US Navy and US Marine Corps BuNos

Third Series (80259 to 90019)


Last revised August 16, 2014


80259/80260		Grumman F7F-1 Tigercat
80261			Grumman XF7F-2 Tigercat
				Model G-51.  F7F-1 modified to take a radar operator.
80262/80293		Grumman F7F-1 Tigercat
				Model G-51.  Some were painted with F7F-1N designations.  These were fitted with radar and could be used
					as night fighters
				80289 and 80293 loaned to Fleet Air Arm as TT346 and TT349 for evaluation of twin-engined aircraft
					with tricycle undercarriage for carrier use.  Arrived in England Dec 7, 1944 aboard HMS Reaper.  
					TT346 to Naval Air Fighting Development Unit, Wittering Feb 9, 1945 to Apr 1945.  To A&AEE Boscombe
						Down.  Returned to USN Aug 1945.
					TT349 to A&AEE Boscombe Down Dec 21, 1944.  To RAE Farnborough Apr 1, 1946.  To Renfrew Apr 4, 1946
						Rreturned to USN Dec 1946.
				80291 usef for carrier qualification trials abord USS Shangri-La Nov 15, 1944
80294/80358		Grumman F7F-2N Tigercat
				Model G-51.  
				80305 by 1993 was registered NC800RW
				80330 to NATC Patuxent River, Maryland in 1947 for radio control test program
				80352 modified to F7F-2D
80359/80548		Grumman F7F-3 Tigercat
				Batch produced in 3 versions:  F7F-3 single seat fighter, F7F-3N night fighter, F7F-3P reconnaissance fighter
				80373 (C/n C.115) became N7654C.  Now at National Museum of 
					Naval Aviation, Pensacola,FL.
				80374 became N7629C.  Acquired by USMC in 1981 for display at
					Quantico, VA but sold 1982 to private owner.  Reported 
					Nov 2007 that restoration to flying condition is almost
					complete.
				80375 (c/n C.117) reported 1976 with USMC Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA.
					Reported Oct 1987 derelict in storage area of Pima County
					Air Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Registration N379AK reserved Apr 29, 2009
				80382 (c/n C.124) passed to USMC Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA.
					Reported 1975 to be in poor condition and trucked to
					USNAM, NAS Pensacola, FL.  Reported 1988 at Yankee Air
					Force Museum, Willow Run, MI.  Later at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA.
				80390 (c/n C.132) became N6129C, registration N700FM reserved but
					NTU.  Became N700F.  Noted Mar 1980 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum marked as
					NX700F.  Identified as F7F-3P.  Put up for sale in 2008
				80397 (c/n C.139) became N6177C.  Crashed at Ukiah, CA Aug 31, 1974.
				80400 (c/n C.142) became N7619C
				80404 (c/n C.146) became N7626C. Reported in 1986 to be at Weeks Air Museum,
					Tamiani, FL
				80410 (c/n C.152) became N7627C.  Wreck reported in 1972 stored at
					Santa Rosa, CA, Reported 1988 stored dismantled at Borrego
					Springs, CA and later that year at Weeks Air Museum,
					Tamiana, FL.  Later at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  
					When seen there Mar 11, 2004, carried civil registration N7627C
				80411 modified by Bell Aircraft in 1946 as radio controlled drone. 
				80412 (c/n C.154) became N7628C.  Crashed on landing at Ukiah, CA
					July 1966.  Wreck reported 1972 stored at Santa Rosa, CA.
					Reported 1988 stored dismantled at Borrego Springs, CA, and
					later that year at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiani, FL.
					Later with Planes of Fame East, Minnesota as NX207F
				80415 (VMF-513) shot down near Cheryeng, N Korea May 16, 1952.  2 crew MIA.
				80425 (c/n C.167) to civil registry as N7235C.  Reported 1982 with Military
					Aircraft Restoration Group, Chino, CA.  Now with Fighter Collection at Duxford, UK
					as G-RUMT. Registered N909TC Jul 10, 2007
				80431 (HSQ, MAW-1 crashed during single engine landing Feb 20, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				80434 (VMF-513) MIA Mar 2, 1951.  2 crew MIA.
				80444 (MAG-12, VMF-513) MIA Oct 12, 1951.  One pilot POW, other MIA.
				80457 (MAG-33) crashed Jul 15, 1952.  2 crew MIA
				80466 (VMF-542) shot won by AAA near Seoul Sep 24, 1950.  2 crew KIA.
				80483 (c/n C.225) accepted by Navy Jul 24, 1945 and assigned to NAS San Diego.  Became N6178C, used for
					fire fighting.  Delivered to Duxford, England Nov 13, 1988.  Acquired in 2003 by Historic Flight 
					Foundation, Mukilteo, Washington
				80494 (c/n C.236) became N6179C.  Crashed at Rohnerville, CA
					Sep 26, 1974.
				80503 (c/n C.245) noted Oct 1973 unconverted and dismantled in hut
					at Sequoia, CA.  Registered 1988 to Lone Star Flight
					Museum of Houston, TX as N800RW.  Rebuilt by Durrell
					Skurich of Ft. Collins, CO.  Registration N805MB reserved Apr 2, 2003.  Registration N805MB 
					taken up Jun 25, 2003.  Bought and restored and displayed by Lone
					Star Flight Museum, Galveston, TX during the 1990.s  Bought in
					2003 and is now flown as a raceplane at Reno, NV.
				80509 (VMF-513) caught fire, crew bailed out Oct 21, 1951.  One crew member rescued, other MIA.
				80513 (VMF-513) caught fire Oct 4, 1951.  One crewman survived, one killed.
				80514 (VMF-513) crashed Oct 30, 1951.  2 crew MIA
				80525 (c/n C.261) became N7238C.  Crashed at Rohnerville, CA
					Oct 21, 1974
				80529 (VMF-513) crashed near K-8 Dec 9, 1951.  2 crew killed.
				80532 (c/n C.268) became N7195C
				80536 (c/n C.272) became N7625C
				80546 (VMF-513) crashed near K-8 due to mechanical failure Dec 6, 1952.  2 crew killed
				80548 converted to XF7F-4N, fitted with AN/APS-19 radar, completed Jun 1945.
80549/80608		Grumman F7F-3N Tigercat
				Model G-51
				80551 (VMF-513) crashed Nov 30, 1951.  2 crew killed
				80555 (VMF-513) hit by AAA Apr 2, 1951, emergency landing at K-13.
				80556 (VMF-513) collided with cable Jun 22, 1951, emergency landing at K-14.
					Lost Oct 18, 1951.  Two crew MIA.
				80565 (AES-12) lost engine on landing at MCAS Quantico, VA Oct 19, 1953, stalled, ditched.  Pilot OK
				80570 (VMF-542) hit by AAA and ditched near Seoul Sep 25, 1950.  Pilot OK
				80575 (VMF-513) MIA in Wonsan area Jul 28, 1951.  Two crew MIA
				80587 (VMF-513) crashed on takeoff from K-8 Apr 22, 1952.  Crew bailed out, one rescued 1 KIA.
				80588 (VMF-513) MIA near Wonsan Jun 28, 1951.  2 crew MIA
				80592 (VMF-513) crashed near Naeju, N. Korea Jun 15, 1952.  2 crew MIA
				80595 (VMF-513) hit by AAA and ditched offshore of Pohang Jul 23, 1951.  1 rescued, one killed.
				80600 (VMF-513) MIA near Sinmak Jun 12, 1952.  2 crew MIA.
				80602 (VMF-513) caught fire and crew bailed out Jul 10, 1952.  One rescued, one MIA.
				80603 (VMF-513) hit by AAA and crashlanded at K-8 Jul 10, 1952.  Pilot OK
				80608 (VMF-513) crashed due to fuel exhaustion Sep 21, 1952.  1 crew rescued, one KIA.
80609/80620		Grumman F7F-4N Tigercat
				Model G-51.  Modified as a result of earlier carrier qualification trials.
80621/80758		Grumman F7F Tigercat
				Contract cancelled
80621/80622		Douglas JD-1 Invader  
				Ex RAF A-26Cs (43/22749/KL690, 43-22482/KL691) transferred to Navy in 1947.
				Serials reassigned from cancelled F7F batch.
				Survivors redesignated UB-26J in 1962.
80759/80763		Vought XF4U-4 Corsair 
				80759 on display at New England Air Museum
80764/82177		Vought F4U-4 Corsair
				80764/81758, 81779/81828 had round windscreen, 81759/81778, 81829/82177 had flat windscreen.
				80770 (VF-64, USS Boxer) hit by ground fire and crashlanded Oct 16, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				80798 (VF-884, USS Kearsarge) shot down by MiG off coast near Wonsan Harbor Oct 4, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				80807 (VF-63, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Hungnam Bay Apr 22, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				80822 (VF-152, USS Princeton) hit by AAA and ditched Jul 1, 1953.  Pilot injured
				80824 (VF-884, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA Jun 20, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				80829 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) ditched at sea due to engine failure Oct 31, 1951.
				80834 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) hit by AAA and pilot bailed out Dec 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				80835 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) hit by AAA and ditched near Cho-do Nov 24, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				80842 (VMA-323) crashed at Itami AFB, Honshu, Japan Apr 23, 1953.
					Pilot killed.
				80869 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko) in emergency landing on Paengynong-do after being hit by AAA Mar 29, 1952.
				80877 (VF-114, USS Philippine Sea) ditched Jul 5, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				80883 (VF-63, USS Boxer) hit by rocket blast, ditched in Inchon Harbor Jul 16, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				80885 (VF-64, USS Boxer) ditched in Wonsan harbor afer engine failure Jun 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				80894 ditched off Atlantic City, NJ Jul 6, 1950.
				80897 spun in on landing at NAS Corry Field, Pensacola, FL Jul 18, 1950.
				80910 (VF-193, USS Princeton) crashed into water after bad takeoff Sep 17, 1952.  Pilot MIA.
				80947 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) crashed into water after bad catapult shot Jun 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				80966 (VF-884, USS Kearsarge) ditched after engine failure Dec 27, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				80976 (VF-24, USS Valley Forge) in catapult launch accident Feb 7, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				80977 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) crashed due to engine failure in Sea of Japan Sep 4, 1951.  Pilot injured.
				80989 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA Jun 9, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				81002 (VF-74, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AAA Jun 25, 1952.  Rescued by helicopter, but helicopter
					was shot down.
				81008 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko) in bad takeoff Jul 24, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
				81027 VMF-323, USS Sicily) in bad carrier landing Aug 28, 1951.  Pilot OK.
				81030 (VF-64, USS Philippine Sea) lost May 19, 1951.  Pilot OK.  Same plae listed as being in midair
					collision with another F4U-4 May 29, 1951.
				81037 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) hit by AAA and ditched May 29, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81057 (VF-871, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA, pilot bailed out Jun 20, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81078 (VF-23, USS Boxer) crashed into sea on takeoff Sep 17, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				81079 (VF-64, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA Jun 17, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				81101 (VF-192, USS Princenton) ditched in Wonsan Bay May 2, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81129 (VF-63, USS Boxer) struck barrier and went overboard during landing Sep 19, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				81140 crashed NE of Chula Vista near Sunnyside, CA.  Need date.
				81146 (VF-63, USS Philippine Sea) crashed into mountain near Hwachan Reservoir Apr 24, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				81150 (VMF-323) lost in bombing attack on railway Oct 4, 1951.  Pilot POW.
				81152 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) crashed on takeoff Jun 2, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				81156 (VMF-312) ran out of fuel on CAP Sw of Chuchon Oct 2, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				81164 (c/n 7889) on civil registry as N5014, mainly for spare parts source.
					Registration N5014 taken up Feb 1, 2006 (has only been reserved since Apr 3, 1987) 
				81176 (VMA-312, USS Sicily) hit by AAA and ditched Sep 7, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81186 (VF-24, USS Valley Forge) MIA after strafing run near Kojo Mar 19, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
				81202 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) shot down by AAA, pilot bailed out but KIA.
				81203 (VF-64, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor May 22, 1952.  Pilot OK
				81234 (VMF-312) crashed on takeoff from K-6 Jul 15, 1952.  Pilot killed.
				81243 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barriers on landing May 9, 1952.
				81276 (VF-24, USS Boxer) shot down by AA near Uijongbu Sep 29, 1950.  Pilot KIA
				81277 (VF-884, USS Kearsarge) crashed after strafing run in water near Songjin Sep 30, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				81285 (VMF-312) crashed on approach Jan 26, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				81289 (VF-791, USS Boxer) ditched after takeoff Sep 18, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81299 (VF-63, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA Jun 23, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81301 (MAMS-12) crashed on takeoff near Paengyong-do Oct 28, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				81331 (VF-152, USS Princeton) crashed on takeoff Jul 19, 1953.  Pilot rescued.
				81350 (VF-14, USS Boxer) damaged in hard landing Sep 15, 1950.  
				81376 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) crashed on takeoff May 29, 1952.  Pilot MIA
				81383 (VF-63, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched off shore Jun 18, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81390 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA Mar 11, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				81415 (c/n 8140) to US civil registry as N5219V.  Now on display at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
					In 1990 was at Korean War Museum, Seoul.
				81419 (VF-791, USS Boxer) ditched after bad takeoff Apr 17, 1951.  Pilot OK
				81420 (VF-192, USS Princeton) ditched due to engine failure Jun 18, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				81430 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) ditche at sea after being hit by AAA Oct 31, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81434 (VMF-323, USS Sicily) shot down near Sangyong Jul 3, 1951.  Pilot bailed out, rescued.
				81456 (VMF-312) crashed on takeoff at K-1 Feb 26, 1951.  Pilot killed.
				81465 (VMF-311) ran out of fuel crashed 7 mi W of Itami AB Dec 7, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				81469 (VMF-884, USS Boxer) hit by AAA, disappeared in fog bank Apr 7, 1951.  Pilot MIA
				81491 (VF-713, USS Antietam) shot down by AAA Dec 18, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81502 (VMA-312) hit by AAA and ditched 15 mi S of Cho-do May 3, 1953.  Pilot rescued
				81539 (VF-791, USS Boxer) ditched after catapult launch malfunction Jul 7, 1951.  Pilot rescued
				81558 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) hit by AAA, wheels-up landing on beach Aug 2, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81574 (VF-871, USS Essex) hit by AAA, emergency landing at K-50 Oct 5, 1952.
				81576 (VF-713, USS Antietam) hit by AAA, ditched in Wonsan Haror Oct 25, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81581 (VF-192, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA near Changhung-ni Mar 10, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
				81591 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AA W of Wonsan Oct 3, 1951.  Pilot bailed out and rescued.
				81601 (VF-884, USS Boxer) hit power lines and crashed NW Hamhung Apr 18, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				81606 (V-172) ground-looped on landing at NAS Mayport, FL Jan 24, 1950
				81631 (VF-713, USS Antietam) shot down by AA over Wonsan Harbor.  Pilot KIA
				81648 (VF-41) crashed into water off USS Midway Jan 29, 1952.  Pilot presumed dead.
				81652 (VF-94, USS Philippine Sea) shot down by AAA near Tanchon.  Pilot KIA
				81653 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Jun 13, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81672 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Jun 13, 1952, pilot bailed out and rescued
				81689 (VF-172) damaged in landing accident at Kirtland AFB, NM Sep 3, 1950.
				81695 (VF-193, USS Princeton) in emergency landing near Yo-do Jul 31, 1952.  Aircraft destoyed, pilot OK.
				81698 (c/n 8423) to US civil registry as N3763A.  Now at War Eagles Air Museum as N53JB
				81706 (VMA-312, USS Bairoko) shot down by AAA Mar 5, 1952. Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				81709 (VF-871, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA May 18, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				81717 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) crashed into ridgeline Feb 3, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				81725 (VA-64, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Hungnam Harbor May 23, 1952.  Pilot OK.
				81736 (VMF-323) shot down by AAA Oct 10, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				81747 (VF-821, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA near Sinp'yong.  Pilot MIA
				81764 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Feb 3, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81779 (VMF-312) crashed and burned in Kilchu area near Chosin Reservoir N of Hamhung Nov 11, 1950.
				81780 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) hit by AAA and ditched at mouth of Yesong River Oct 10, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81784 (VF-114, USS Philippine Sea) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Mar 21, 1952. Pilot rescued.
				81788 (VF-884, USS Boxer) shot down by AAA May 24, 1951.  Pilot bailed out but KIA
				81789 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) crashed on strafing run Dec 6, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				81792 ditched off USS Franklin D. Roosevelt 26 April 1946
				81796 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barriers and flipped over May 9, 1952.  Pilot injured.
				81815 (VF-94, USS Philippine Sea) went over the side of carrier during launch Jul 23, 1953.  Pilot rescued
				81831 (VF-874, USS Oriskany) hit by AAA and ditched near Hungnam Dec 6, 1952.  Pilot rescued
				81834 (VF-152, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Jul 26, 1953.  Pilot KIA.
				81835 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) shot down by small arms fire Jul 4, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				81842 (VF-64, USS Philippine Sea) collided with another F4U-4, crashed near Ch-ang-ni May 29, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				81857 (c/n 8582) on civil registry as N5081.  Reported Feb 2009 under restoration
					with R. Odegaard in USA
				81860 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Jul 15, 1952.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				81865 (Mamron-33) in emergency landing at K-3 Apr 1, 1952.  Pilot injured.
				81877 (VF-821, USS Princeton) crashed into water Jul 30, 1951.  
				81879 (VMF-212) shot down by AAA Aug 12, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81881 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAA Aug 3, 1952.  Pilot KIA
				81885 (VMF-212) lost Apr 16, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				81886 (VF-884, USS Boxer) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Oct 3, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
					also listed with VMA-312 and crashlanded and went overboard May 1, 1952.
				81888 (VF-713, USS Antietam) engine fialed and ditched SE of Wonsan Harbor Feb 4, 1952.  Pilot rescued.
				81893 (VMA-312, USS Badoeng Strait) crashed into water after aborted catapult launch Dec 11, 1952. Pilot rescued.
				81911 (VF-152, USS Princeton) downed May 6, 1953.  Pilot MIA.
				81924 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AAA Sep 4, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				81928 (VF-193, USS Princeton) crashed during airstrike Dec 24, 1950.  Pilot MIA.
				81932 (VMA-312) hit by AAA and dove in near Haeju, Korea May 2, 1953.
				81935 (VF-33, USS Leyte) stalled on takeoff Oct 14, 1950.
				81942 (VF-192, USS Princeton) hit by AAA and ditched Apr 21, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				81946 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) shot down by AAA E of Yonghung Dec 22, 1951.  Pilot KIA
				81947 (VMF-212, USS Badoeng Strait) shot down by AAA over Taedong Inlet Dec 18, 1951.  Pilot bailed out
					and was rescued.
				81958 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) hit by AAA and ditched Oct 15, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81962 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) shot down by AAA SW of Hungnam Jul 11, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				81981 (VF-192, USS Princeton) whot down by AAA Oct 7, 1952.  Pilot KIA.
				81988 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) wing fell off in bombing attack Aug 11, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
				81991 (VF-152) ditched in Wonsan Harbor, Korea May 6, 1953.
				82000 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barrier on landing May 2, 1952.
				82017 (VMF-311) in landing collision at Itami AB, Japan Dec 7, 1950.  Pilot OK.
				82018 (VMF-323) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out and MIA Oct 7, 1951.
				82021 (1st MAW) in midair collision between Okinawa and Itami AB Sep 24, 1950.  Pilot killed.
				82025 (VF-94, USS Philippine Sea) ditched on takeoff Jul 17, 1953.  Pilot rescued.	
				82032 (VMF-323, USS Sicily) shot down by small arms fire near Sohae-ri, Korea Jul 24, 1951.
					Pilot KIA
				82038 (VF-653, USS Valley Forge) ditched near carrier due to fire in cockpit Feb 2, 1952.  
					Pilot rescued.
				82050 (VF-32) made wheels-up landing behind enemy lines near Koto-Ri to rescue Ensign Brown Dec 4, 1950.
					Pilot Thomas Hudner was rescued by helicopter and was awarded Medal of Honor.	
				82054 (VMF-312) crashed due to fuel exhaustion will looking for downed F-51 pilot near
					Chongju Oct 2, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				82056 (HQS-33/VMAW-1) forcelanded at Hameji airstrip, Japan, Nov 4, 1950
				82060 (VMF-312, USS Bataan, shot down by AAA NW of Pyongtaek, Korea Feb 6, 1951.  Pilot KIA.	
				82061 (VF-193, USS Princeton) shot down by AAAA at Yonpo Airfield, 3 mi S of Koto-ri 
					Dec 15, 1950. Pilot KIA.
				82069 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA 10 mi N of Sariwon, Korea Apr 4, 1951.  Pilot bailed
					out.  Pilot rescued by helicopter but died on way to hospital.
				82074 (VF-871, USS Princeton) crashed 10 mi NE of Kumhwa, Korea while on close air 
					support mission Jul 18, 1951.  Pilot MIA.
				82076 (VF-874, USS Bon Homme Richard) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Sep 24, 1951.
					Pilot rescued.
				82080 (VMA-312, USS Bataan) crashed into barriers on landing and heavily damaged May 2, 1952.
					Pilot OK.
				82088 (VF-783, USS Bon Homme Richard) hit by AAA NW of Hamhung and crashlanded on sandbar
					in Song Chon River Sep 27, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				82112 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA and pilot bailed out off Wongjong-do, Korea
					Apr 2, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				82120 (FASRON-7) damaged in landing accident at Kisarazu AB, 
					Japan Oct 3, 1950.
				82128 (VMF-312) in takeoff accident from Wonsan Airfield Nov 16, 1950.  Pilot injured.
				82131 (VF-193, USS Princeton) crashed on bombing run NW of Inchon Feb 10, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				82135 (VMF-312) hit by AAA while flying CAP for downed F-51 piolt near Uijongbu, Korea
					Oct 2, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				82152 (VF-884, USS Boxer) ditched 22 mi E of Wonsan after losing power Jul 11, 1951.
					Pilot rescued.
				82154 (VF-63, USS Boxer) crashed into sea during landing Sep 26, 1950.  Pilot rescued.
				82163 (VF-113, USS Philippine Sea) hit by AAA and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Jun 1, 1952.
					Pilot rescued.
				82165 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) shot down by AAA E of Anak, Korea May 28, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				82174 (VMF-312, USS Bataan) pilot bailed out due to mechanical failure 5 mi N of
					Hosa-Dong Apr 20, 1951.  Pilot rescued.
				82176 (VMF-212, USS Rendova) ditched after bad takeoff Sep 30, 1951.  Sank immediately, pilot lost.
82178/82189		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				82179 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa May 16, 1945.  Pilot survived.
82190/82259		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
82260/82289		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				82263 (VMF-441) in midair collision with 82561 off Okinawa.  Pilot killed. 
				82273 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Aug 9, 1945.  Pilot rescued.
				82277 (VMF-441) crashed off Okinawa Jul 11,1945.  Pilot rescued.
				82280 (VMF-221) landed on carrier Enterprise May 11, 1945 due to
					damage to Bunker Hill.  Pushed overboard because of a crowded deck.
82290/82369		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				82290 (VBF-85) lost Jun 10, 1945, Leyte Gulf
				82298 (VBF-85) lost Jun 2, 1945, Kyushu
				82368 (VMF-214) shot down Mar 18, 1945.  Pilot became POW.
82370/82394		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				82371 (VF-85) lost Jun 2, 1945, Kyushu, cross referenced to be in VBF-85 as F4U-1D
				82382 (VF-85) lost May 10, 1945, Iwo Jima
82395/82434		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				82396 (VMF-441) crashed at Chimu Field, Okinawa Jul 13, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				82403 (VMF-214) lost in fire aboard CV-13 Mar 19, 1945
				82420 (VMF-214) lost in fire aboard CV-13 Mar 19, 1945
82435/82459		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				82436 (VF-85) lost Jun 12, 1945, Leyte Gulf
				82440 (VF-85) lost Jun 4, 1945, Kyushu
				82451 (VF-85) lost Jun 8, 1945, Kyushu
				82455 (VF-85) lost Feb 22, 1945.
82460/82539		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				82476 listed as F4U-1C lost May 4, 1945.
				82482 (VBF-85) lost Jun 10, 1945, Leyte Gulf
				82507 (VBF-85) lost Jul 31, 1945, Kure
82540/82582		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				82543 (VF-85) lost Jul 15, 1945, Hokkaido
				82547 (VF-85) lost Jun 2,1 945, Kyushu
				82548 (VF-85) lost May 11, 1945, Iwo Jima
				82541 (VF-85) lost Apr 4, 1945, Le Shima
				82542 (VF-85) lost May 4, 1945, LE Shima
				82547 (VF-85) lost Jun 2, 1945, Kyushu
				82551 (VF-85) lost Feb 22, 1945.
				82561 (VMF-441) in midair collision with 28862 off Okinawa.  Pilot killed
				82575 (VMF-441) crashed at Yontan Airfield May 10, 1945.  Pilot survived. 
82583/82632		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				82626 (VBF-85) lost Jul 2,1 945, Hokkaido
82633/82639		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				82633 (VF-85) lost Jul14, 1945, Hokkaido
				82636 (VF-85) lost Jun 3, 1945, Kyushu
82640/82739		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				82646 (VMF-214) lost in fire aboard CV-13 Mar 19, 1945
				82683 (VMF-214) lost in fire aboard CV-13 Mar 19, 1945
				82705 (VMF-214) lost in fire aboard CV-13 Mar 19, 1945
82740/82761		Vought F4U-1C Corsair
				82744 (VF-850 lost Jul 15, 1945, Kure
				82746 (VF-85) lost May 4, 1945, Le Shima
				82751 (VF-85) lost Jun 2,1 945, Kyushu
				82753 (VF-85) lost Jun 3, 1945, Kyushu, cross referenced as being in VBF-85 and F4U-1D
				82759 (VF-85) lost May 30, 1945, Okinawa, cross referenced as being in VBF-85 and F4U-1D
82762/82854		Vought F4U-1D Corsair
				82853/82854 cancelled
				82811 in 1990 substantial parts were reported in storage by War Memorial
					Museum, VA
				82819 crashed at sea Jun 6, 1945.
				82824 (VBF-85) shot down by Japanese AAA May 5, 1945, Le Shima,  Pilot ditched the aircraft, was able to get out and 
					was recovered.
				82842 in collision with crashing 57855 May 23, 1945.
				82845 (VBF-85) lost Jul 15, 1945, Hokkaido
				82850 with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
82853/82854		Grumman XJR2F-1 Pelican
				Model G-64 Albatross prototypes, c/n 01/02.  Serials reassigned from cancelled F4U-1D batch
82855/82857		General Motors XF2M-1 
				Order cancelled before any could be built.
82855/82857		Boeing PB-1G Fortress
				ex-USAAF Lockheed-Vega B-17G-110-VEs
				44-85837, 44-85834, and 44-85838 used
				by Coast Guard as PB-1G.  BuNos reassigned from
				cancelled XF2M-1 order.
				82856 transferred by barge back to Navy in 1948
				and used for spare parts for PB-1 fleet.
82858/83127		Curtiss SB2C-4 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84F
				82861 VB-153 12.05.45 De,Georgetown NAAS.  FCLP; Stalled
					on landing
				82865 VB-18   04.02.46 Ri,Quonset Pt.NAS   Overshot landing
				82871 VB-81   10/5/1945 Ri,Westerly   Sqd return from
					wash,DC;fuel,forced-landed;5mi.W,Westerly
				82895 VMSB-932, 9th.MAW MAG-34  12/17/1945 Nc,Oak Grove MCAAS. Eng failed landing,force-landed
				82907 VB-15   10/10.1945 Hornet 21-28-00N 156-00-00W take-off,ditched
				82913 VF(N),OTU#1   03.04.46 Fl,Vero Bch NAS   stalled on wave-off landing
				82933 CASU-5   11.01.46 Shangri-La CV-38   CQL; Ditched landing
				82939 CASU-5 1/17/1946 Shangri-La CV-38   Barrier
				82946 VB-5   01.12.45 Wa, Pasco NAS. Stalled landing at Brown Fld
				82950 VJ-2 8/31/1945 Mn,Shelton NAAS   stalled landing
				82955 VS-69 6/10/1945 Hi,Oahu anti-sub patrol; stalled landing, NAS Barbers Pt.
				82961 VB-1   6/29/1945 Sp,CV   Overside landing; gunner was killed
				82964 VB-87   06/06/1945 Ticonderoga.  Rolled off deck
				82966 VB-97 Crashed 5 mi NE of Waterford, PA Sep 10, 1945 on cross country Harrisburg,Pa to Grosse Ile 
					NAS,Mi;  2 killed.
				83000 VB-15 10/11/1945 Hornet CV-12   Simulated attack on cv; hard landing
				83003 VSB,OTU#1  Ens.Richard G.L.Prather 3/22/1946 NAS Jacksonville. Flew into ground during glide
 					bomb run & exploded; 183mi.33mi.NAS; 2/killed
				83004 Ferry 3/28/1946 Ca, El Centro NAAS   take-off,force-landed
				83023 IAETU-LANT   06.08.45 Ri,Quonset Pt.NAS   crashed on takeoff 30yds off shore
				83024 VB-11   07.08.45 Tankanis Bay CVE-89   Eng failed on take-off,ditched
				83048 VB-150   23.05.45 Nc,Edenton NAS   stalled landing
				83050 XVJ-25 6/24/1945 Va,Franklin NAAS
					Sta; NAS Brunswick,Me; stalled on take-off at 500'
				83050 VMSB-931 9th.MAW  6/27/1945 Nc, Oak Grove Fld landing acc at nite
				83056 VB-75   3/1/19.46F.D.R. CVB-42 19-57-00N 074-20-00W Flew into water on take-off
				83064 VJ-5   06/8/1945 Nj, Cape May NAS   stalled on take-off.
				83074 VF(N),OTU#1   04/3/1946 Fl, Vero Bch NAS   Spun-in 
					during force-landing;4mi.NW,Ft.Pierce
				83080 ASDEV-LANT  Ens.Kenneth W.Barnes 12/13/1945 
					Ri, Charlestown NAAF   spin due to tight turn at 
					1400';339deg.8mi.NAAF;2/killed
				83121 VMF(N)531 MAG-53 T/Sgt.Robert H.Brink,Jr. 
					12/12/1945 Tx,Chico   Familiarization 
					flt;2600';2mi.Se,Chico;2/killed
				83127 converted to XSB2C-5  
83128/83751		Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84G
				83135 to NACA 147 at NACA Ames, Moffett Field, California.
				83137 Test   11/1/1945 Md, Pax Riv NAS   Hit trees landing
				83143 VB-86  Lt(jg).Robert Johnson 7/3/1945 Hi, 
					0-50-00N 160-02-00W Mid-air during dive bomb run 
					on towed spar;2/killed
				83152 VB-3   7/22/1945 Va,Norfolk   Fentress Fld;FCLp; Stalled during landing
				83154 VB-86   8/9/1945 Sp, 38-00-00N 144-30-00E spun-in on take-off
				83156 CASU-12   7/31/1945 Sp,Guam   Orote Fld;Force-landed on ground,burned
				83163 CASU-6 1/7/1946 Ca, Cotati NAAS   take-off,force-landed
				83166 VB-100   1/14/1946 Hi,Oahu   FCLP,NAS Barbers Pt; stalled on wave-off
				83173 VB-13   8/13/1945 Saratoga CV-3 overside landing 
					at sea
				83179 VB-18  Ens.Gaby James 5/24/1945 Ca, San 
					Diego 14,000'dive.no pull-out;10mi.SW,NAAS Ream 
					Fld; 2/killed
				83186 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83190 VB-89   7/17/1945 Sp,   ECP;non-combat-mission;unk
				83204 VB-8  Ens.Barry Strong,Jr. 7/18/1945 Hi,Oahu
					simulated attack on USS Pennsylvania BB-38;
					15T.,26mi.Kakapuu Pt;2/missing
				83206 to Thailand in 1951 as J3-1/94.  SOC Apr 1955
				83208 VB-89 5/30/1945 Atl, Acticta 15-50-00N 075-25-00W 
					take-off ditched
				83209 VB-89 8/27/1945 Antietam CV-38 18-58-00N 143-47-
					30E ferry stalled landing
				83211 VB-89 6/8/1945 Atl, 23-19-00N 111-51-00W
					Mid-air; 1/killed
				83224 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83225 CASU-54 (VB-17)  Ens.Robert R.Kinsey 1/30/1946
					8000'spin; 1/killed
				83226 VB-10   11.09.45 Intrepid   unk cause
				83237 VB-86  Lt(jg).Frank J.Shirley 7/14/1945  19-17-00S
					178-13-00W Eng failed on take-off,rolled off 
					deck;2/killed
				83241 VB-19 10/13/1945 Hornet CV-12   taxied off deck
				83250 VB-86  Ens.W.C.Spaur 6/27/1945 Hi, 20-56-00N 157-
					04-00W structural failure during dive bomb 
					run;2/killed
				83258 VB-100 8/23/1945 Matanikau CVE-101   hard landing
				83260 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83264 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83271 VMSB-343  1st.Lt.William Noser 12/8/1945 China, 
					Laichou Tsingtaao to Teinstain;Flew into Ta-Te mtn 
					at 12,000; Since accident occured in communist 
					held territory, no investigation party has been 
					to scene; 2/killed
				83284 VB-2 9/4/1945 Shangri-La CV-38   Wave-off 
					landing,spun-in.
				83289 VMSB-343   03.05.46 China, Tsingtao   Tsingtao
					harbor; ditched,230deg.7mi. NAB Tsingtao
				83296 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83299 to Thailand in 1951 as J3-2/94.  SOC Apr 1955
				83311 VB-2  9/4/1945 Attu CVE-102 take-off, ditched
				83313 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83315 VB-93  Lt(jg).Edward E.Alein 12/2/1945 Boxer CV-21
					Flew into cloud-vertigo-crashed & sank;2/killed
				83318 VB-14 8/9/1945 Hi, SW of Hawaii; bomb run-ditched
				83321 VB-19 10/12/1945 Hornet CV-12   NCQL; barrier.  
					To Greece in 1949.  In Tatoi-Dekelia Museum.  Reported 1967 displayed
					at Polemico Moussio, Athens.
				83327 VMSB-343  S/Sgt.Stacey J.Hammell 12/8/1945 China, 
					Laichou Tsingtao to Teinstain; Flew into ta-Te mtn 
					at 12,000; 1/killed
				83328 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira).  Also have this one as going to Thailand
					in 1951 as J3-3/94 and SOC Apr 1955
				83329 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83330 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83331 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83339 VB-2 10/2/1945 Shangri-La   Stalled on take-off
				83340 VMSB-343  2nd.Lt.Kenneth V.Leeper 12/8/1945 
					China, Laichou Tsingtao to Tienstain;flew into Ta-
					Te mtn at 12,000;2/killed
				83343 CASU-6  Ens.J.R.McAlmer Ca,   High speed stall at
					3000',sank;140T.,10mi.NAS Alameda; 1/missing
				83350 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83353 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83355 VB-19 8/29/1945 Corregidor CVE-58   CQL; barrier
				83360 VB-8 9/21/1945 Sp,Saipan   USNAB Kajhan 
					Pt; Undershot landing
				83363 CASU-7 11/30/1945 Wa,Seattle NAS   Ditched 
					1/4mi.shore of runway,in Lk.Wash; recovered
				83364 VMSB-343  2nd.Lt.Herbet R.Krurger 12/8/1945 China. 
					Laichou Tsingtao to teinstain; Flew into Ta-te mtn 
					at 12,000;2/killed
				83370 to Greek AF
				83380 VB-86 7/3/1945 Hi, 20-50-00N 160-02-00W mid-air 
					during dive bomb run on towed spar; pilot 
					bailed;1/bailed/killed
				83393 Test  Lt(jg).Mark R.Gilbert 7/24/1945 Va, Dahlgren 
					USNPG take-off, stalled during force-landing; 
					1 killed.  Wreck recovered in 1993 and used as spare parts
					source by NASM.  Traded to private owner in 1994 and in early
					2004 offered for sale with many spare as restoration project.
				83399 VB-10 8/6/1945 Sp,   Mech failure
				83400 VB-10 9/27/1945 Intrepid   Unk cause
				83410 (c/n 366) to Royal Thai AF as J3-4/94.  At RTAF Museum, Don Maung.
				83426 VB-10 8/4/1945 cv   Empire;non-combat-mission; 
					mech failure
				83431 VB-100 1/23/1946 Saidor CVE-117   Hi,CQL; barrier
				83442 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83451 VB-100  Ens.J.F.Balien 9/21/1945 Hi,Oahu   Stalled 
					during dive bomb pull-out & crashed at Keana 
					Pt;2/killed
				83453 VB-10 8/6/1945 Sp,   WCP;combat mission; mech 
					failure
				83458 VB-86 7/23/1945 Sp,CV 31-43-00N 135-04-00W stalled 
					on take-off
				83465 VMSB-244 8/30/1945 Sp,Cotobato   mech failure
				83468 VMSB-343  2nt.Lt.Robert E.Blount 12/8/1945 China, 
					Laichou Tsingtao to Tienstain;Flew into Ta-te mtn 
					at 12,000';2/killed
				83474 VMSB-244   9/10/1945 Sp,   Pilot error
				83479 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL. Reported stored
					by NASM, scheduled to be first aircraft to be restored in Mary Baker-Engen
					restoration hanger at Udvar-Hazy Center.
				83480 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83486  MAG-32 2nd.Lt.Earl Parkin 9/17/1945 Sp,Los Negros 
					Isl   Flt Malabang,PI; to Laoag Pt;Flew into mtn 
					on instruments in bad weather,9000';found on Los 
					Negros Isl;2/killed
				83486 VMSB-244 9/17/1945 Sp,   crashed bad weather
				83491 VB-150 6/24/1945 Lake Champlain CQL; Stalled on 
					take-off
				83494 VB-150 ferry 6/12/1945 Va,Franklin NAAS
					take-off,force-landed;3mi.N,NAAS
				83499 VB-3 Ens.Caldwell J.Martin 8/11/1945 Va, Oceana 
					NAAS   Mast head bombing,structural failure, 
					crashed into ground; 160deg.30mi.NAAS;2/killed
				83500 VB-3 11/2/1945 Va, Chesapeake Bay; dive bomb run 
					on towed target,fuel,ditched nr DD-537;7mi.NW,Cape 
					Charles City
				83506 VB-100 Ens.Eldon L.Willard 7/24/1945 Lake 
					Champlain 19-24-30N 075-01-30W Stalled during 
					join-up zt 1100',crashed into water;2/killed
				83520 VB-100 1/23/1946 Saidor CVE-117   CQL;Barrier
				83521 VB-153 2/25/1946 Va,Oceana   FCLP;Fentress 
					Fld; spun-in landing
				83539 VRF-3 ferry 7/13/1945 Ca,San Pedro Alameda-to-
					Terminal isl;'Ditched within outer breakwater
				83543 VMSB-343  2nd.Lt.LeRoy K.Sheldon 12/8/1945 China, 
					Laichou Tsingtao to Tienstain;Flew into Ta-Te mtn 
					at 12,000;2/killed
				83589 reported 1962 at Trade School, MT, then ferried to The Air
					Museum, Ontario, CA.  To Confederate Air Force as N92879 in 1970.
					Crashed at Harlingen, TX ca Aug 1985 and subsequently rebuilt by Ezell
					Aviation at Breckenridge, TX.
				83598 VB-7 Lt.(jg).John S.Long 2/26/1945 Hancock CV-19  
					 Spun-in on take-off;2/ok
				83625 VB-20  Ens.Coy A.Stephenson 4/22/1946 Ri, 
					Charlestown NAAS flew into water landing at 
					nite;2/killed
				83654 VB-4  Ens.Thomas D.Murphy 9/13/1945 Ma, Mansford
					Wingover & progressive stall, crashed in 
					thicket 3 mi west of Mansford; 1/killed
				83656 VB-3 5/10/1946 Va,Winchester   stalled on take-off
				83669 VB-3 5/8/1946 Va, Norfolk Mongram NAAS; FCLP; take-off, 
					force-landed
				83670 VB-4 1/25/1946 Va,Chincoteague NAAS FCLP; hard landing
				83690 VB-4 2/28/1946  Tarawa CV-40 19-32-00N 076-13-00W 
					Dive bomb practice; Take-off crashed
				83692 VB-7 2/5/1945 Ca, San Diego   Ditched 2 mi. west of Ream 
					Fld
				83696 VB-5 3/14/1946 Va, Oceana NAS in runway collision with
					SB2C-5 88565
				83702 VB-74 3/28/1946 Ri,Charlestown NAAS FCLP: Ground-
					looped on landing
				83711 to Thailand as J3-5/94.  SOC Jul 1954
				83712 VB-98 4/8/1946 Ca,Los Alamitos.  Wheels-up
					landing 1/2mi.E,of fld
				83719 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83721 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83723 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83724 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				83750 20/17/1946 Bennington CV-20 Pearl Harbor;Crane 
					dropped acft from 20', while off loading
83752/83991		Culver TD2C-1
83992			Lockheed-Vega XPB-1 Fortress
				Ex USAAF B-17G-95-VE 44-85571 obtained
				by Navy for test work.  Redesignated XPB-1W.
83993/83998		Boeing PB-1W Fortress
				B-17Gs obtained from USAAF in 1947 and used for spare 
					parts for PB-1s
					83993 was ex USAAF 44-83751
					83994 was ex USAAF 44-83810
					83995 was ex USAAF 44-83845
					83996 was ex USAAF 44-85731
					83997 was ex USAAF 44-85748
					83998 was ex USAAF 44-85762
83999			Boeing B-17G Fortress
				B-17G 44-85747 loaned to Navy for engine testbed work
84000			Lockheed-Vega PB-1G Fortress
				Acquired by the USCG directly from the USAAF on 5-19-47 and it used a variation of the AAF serial, 44-85832, 
				as its own, 85832. It was used as a spare parts source.  Returned to USAF in 1948.
				Acquired by Navy in 7/48 and reserialed 84000.  Used only as 
				spare parts source.
84001/84027		Boeing PB-1W Fortress
				Serials reserved for Ex-USAAF B-17s but apparently never allocated.
84028/84029		Boeing P2B-1S Superfortress
				B-29 from USAAF.  Were formerly 45-21789 and 45-21787
				84029 was carrier for D-558-II.  To Litchfield Park, AZ for storage Aug 5, 1959.
84030/84031		Boeing P2B-2S Superfortress
				B-29 from USAAF.
				were formerly 45-21791 and 44-87766
84032			Beech JRB-3 Expeditor
				C-45B transferred from USAF.

84055/84056		Grumman XTSF-1/XTB2F-1
				Contract cancelled
84057/84064		Lockheed PV-2D Harpoon
				c/n 15-1601/1608
				84057 (c/n 15-1601) to Italian AF as MM80072
				84058 (c/n 15-1602) to Portugal as 4604.  In accident at Beira, Mozambique Aug 22, 1964.
				84059 (c/n 15-1603) to civil registry as N7427C, later N230Z.  Crashed near Addison, TX
					Apr 28, 1975
				84060 (c/n 15-1604) to Trade Ayer Inc 1957 as N6656D; to Master Equipment 
					Corpn October 1962 as N86493. To Confederate AF 1/10/85 and in 1997 
					under restoration to flying condition by CAF Wisconsin Wing at Belton, WI.
					Sold by Commemorative AF to Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison,
					TX where restoration will continue
				84061 (c/n 15-1605) to civil registry as N7250C.  Crashed into clear Lake, Californis during low pass at airshow Sep 29, 1990. 
					Cancelled May 8, 2013.  Last reported dismantled at Ocotillo Wells, California
				84062 (c/n 15-1606) to civil registry as N6657D
				84064 (c/n 15-1608) to civil registry as N7415C
84065/84589		Lockheed PV-2D Harpoon 
				c/n 15-1609/2133
				Contract cancelled
84590/84789		Martin PBM-5 Mariner
				84606 (VP-MS-2) JATO bottle exploded on takeoff Tsingtao Seadrome, Chia Jan 10, 1948 and
					aircraft destroyed by fire.
				84612 (VP-46) engine caught fire during takeoff from Iwakuni, Japan Oct 6, 1951.
				84617 (VH-1) collided with Grumman J2F on takeff from Chimu Wan, Okinawa Sep 12, 1945 and crashed.  12 killed.
				84618 (VP-205) damaged landing at sea off Bermuda Dec 9, 1946 to rescue a sick passenger on the Canadian Cruiser. Hull breached and plane sank
				84622 (VP-46) in hard landing in Iwakuni Bay, Japan Apr 25, 1951.  Crash landed due
					to high winds at Iwakuni Nov 25, 1951.  4 killed, 5 injured, 5 uninjured.
				84630 assigned to FASRON 795 at NOB Bermuda May 26, 1952
				84660 assigned to VP-661, coded EH-9.  Damaged when trying to dock at NOB Bermuda Oct 3. 1951. 
					Dispatched to NAS Jacksonville for repair but SOC Nov 1951
				84662 (VP-46) cartwheeled on landing in Amami, Amami Islands, Japan Jan 11, 1951.  7 killed
				84663 (VP-892) in engine failure and cartwheeled on forced landing in Iwakuni Bay, Japan Apr 22, 1951.
				84665 inflight fire and crashed near NAS Coco Solo, Panama Jul 8, 1949.  May have been 84655, anyone know for sure?
				84666 transferred to US Coast Guard as 666
				84682 (VP-47) spun in on takeoss Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong Dec 31, 1951.
				84691 (VP-40) hit moutain in Japan in bad weather Jun 15, 1951.
				84704 (ATU-10) lost at sea off Galveston, TX Feb 10, 1950.  9 crew missing.
				84719 to Uruguayan Navy as A-180
				84720	Transferred to US Coast Guard. Assigned to USCG Detachment at NOB Bermuda.
				84728	Transferred to US Coast Guard. Assigned to USCG Detachment at NOB Bermuda.
				84732	Transferred to US Coast Guard. Assigned to USCG Detachment at NOB Bermuda.
				84733	Transferred to US Coast Guard. Assigned to USCG Detachment at NOB Bermuda.
				84734 (VP-26) crashed into ridge on Mindoro Island, Philippines Jul 28, 1946 due to bad weather.  11 killed.
				84738 (PBM-5G) crashed on takeoff in heavy seas in Formosa Strait Jan 18, 1953 having
					just rescued survivors of P2V that had been shot down by Chinese Communist
					forces.  4 Navy and 5 Coast Guard personnel killed.
				84740 (PBM-5G) stalled on takeoff and crashed into Juan de Fuca Straits, Port Angeles, WA
					May 27, 1952.  4 crew killed.
				84760 (VP-48) ditched in China Sea due to engine fire Jul 30, 1953.  10 killed, 5 rescued by USCG PBM
				84769 (VP-46) lost on China Sea patrol Nov 5, 1950.
				84770 (VP-46) wing hit water after takeoff Aug 31, 1949, NAS San Diego, CA.
				84772 (ATU-1) hit trees on GCA approach at NAS Jacksonville, FL Feb 10, 1948.
				84774 (VP-892) crashed into Luzon Mariveles Mtns, Philippines while returning to base on
					one engine in bad weather Aug 7, 1952.
				84787 (VP-47) crashed into sea off east coast of Korea Dec 26, 1952.  10 killed,
					4 rescued.
84790/84818		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
				Model G-38.  c/n B-85/B-113
				84791 (c/n B-86) to civil registry as N4763C, N985R
				84792 (c/n B-87) to US Coast Guard as 84792.
				84793 (c/n B-88) to N79914 with Antilles Air Boats Inc, St Croix US Virgin Islands.  Wfu at St Croix-Hamilton 
					Airport, derelict by 1985.  Damaged by hurricane, abandoned as a wreck.  With Klaus D. Martin/ European Coastal Airways, 
					Munich, Germany  1999/2012.  Crated to Landsberied, Germany  in 1999, open storage Landsberied dism. 2002/2012.
				84795 (c/n B-90) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 394, delivered Nov 3, 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1952
				84797 (c/n B-92) MAP to JMSDF (Japanese Navy) as 9011
				84798 (c/n B-93) to N4774C.  Crashed during water landing, Lynn Channel, Alaska Aug 20, 1958
				84799 (c/n B-94) to French Aeronavale as 799
				84800 (c/n B-95) assigned to FASRON 795 at NAS Bermuda Apr 25, 1952.  Transferred to FASRON 111 Mar 25, 1953.
					Transferred away Aug 17, 1953. 
				84802 (c/n B-97) to civil registry as N3903B, N741.  Crashed Apr 9, 2001 when hit a truck during landing
					at Dutch Harbor, Alaska
				84803 (c/n B-98) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 395 delivered Dec 5, 1944.  SOC Sep 25, 1947.  To CF-GEC, C-FGEC.
					Crashed Aug 14, 1978 at Powell River, British Columbia
				84804 (c/n B-99) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 396, delivered Dec 16, 1944.  SOC Jan 13, 1946, 
				84805 (c/n B-100) converted to JRF-6X Mar 27, 1953, redesignated to JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.  WFU Sep 11, 1956.
					To civil registry ferry number of N9543C, then as N88U Dec 3, 1956, became N600ZE Aug 2, 1980.  Current 2014  
				84806 (c/n B-101) to civil registry as M72900. CF-VFU, C-FVFU.  Cancelled Jul 8, 2005 on export to Croatia 
				84807 (c/n B-102) accepted November 29, 1944, converted to JRF-6X Feb 11, 1953, redsignated JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.
					WFU Feb 3, 1956.  Upon withdrawal stored at Phoenix, Arizona. 
					Demilitarized and redesignated G-21A, transferred to US Fish & Wildlife Service in 1956, 
					registered N789 in 1956, operated in Alaska.  October 24, 1996 sold to Alaska Aviation Heritage 
					Museum (since renamed Alaska Aviation Museum), Anchorage, Alaska, preserved in flying condition.
				84809 (c/n B-104) converted to JRF-6X Feb 9, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.  WFU Sep 11, 1956.
					To N1621A Nov 21, 1956.  To N19DF Jul 27, 1971.  To ZK-DFC Oct 6, 1972. To N3116T Sep 13, 1991.
					Damaged Jun 22, 1970 when hit submerged object and sank at False Park, Alaska.  W/o Dec 15, 1991 at
					Caicos Island
				84810 (c/n B-105) converted to JRF-6X Feb 14, 1953, redesignated JRF-6 Oct 19, 1953.  W/o May 14, 1954 at
					Annapolis, VA
				84812 (c/n B-107) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 397, delivered Jan 20, 1945.  SOC Jan 8, 1948,
					then to civil registry as CF-IOL, C-FIOL
				84815 (c/n B-110) to N103, registered to CAA
				84816 (c/n B-111) to civil registry as N7777V, CF-UDD, OB-AEX-702, OVB-702, CF-VIA, N7777V.  Crashed into
					sea near St Thomas, Virgin Islands Sep 2, 1978
				84817 (c/n B-112) to civil registry as N2845D.  Crashed Feb 20, 1982 and sank at Yakataga Cape, Alaska
84819/85093		North American SNJ-5 Texan
				Ex-USAAAF AT-6Ds transferred to US Navy
				84819/84832 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84709/84722
					84825 (c/n 88-16496) to Spanish AF as C.6-163.  Sold Apr 1962, became
						N29944.  Later VH-XAN
					84832 w/o as C-GKGE when flew into rising terrain near Oroville, WA
						June 16, 2004.  One fatal.
				84833/84852 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84783/84802
					84837 crashed Jun 4, 1953.
					84851 (ex 42-84801) on civil registry as N11SH
				84853/84892 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84883/84922
					84865 (ex 42-84895, c/n 88-16676) to JMSDF as 6186.  To civil registry as N89014.
						Converted as Kate replica.
					84868 (c/n 88-16679) was N988E, reregistered N715AW Oct 17, 2008
					84875 (ex 42-84905, c/n 88-16686) to civil registry as N3725G.  Converted
						to Kate replica for filming of 'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.
						Sold to Confederate Air Force.
				84893/94932 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-84973/85012
					84893 (c/n 88-16754) to Spanish AF as C.6-122.  Noted preserved at Matacan
						Mar 2004.
					84895 (c/n 88-16756) to Mexican AF as EAN-718.  To N7055C, still active.
					84917 (c/n 88-16778) now on civilian registry as N6804C.
					84923 (c/n 88-16784) to Spanish AF as C.6-164.  Sold May 1983, became N3931R
					84925 (c/n 88-16786) to civil registry as N3151G, then N91047.  Crashed at Fairview, Oklahoma
						Nov 11, 1984, pilot killed.
					84927 (VR-31) ground looped  on landing at Barksdale AFB,
						LA Aug 8, 1950.
				84933/84952 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85073/85092
					84936 (c/n 88-16857) to Spanish AF as C.6-139.  Sold May 1982, became
						N29912, later N67RB, then N64KB, then N64KP.
					84946 (c/n 88-16867) to N1048C.  To 6Y-JCR.  There is a possibility that this is 84933.
					84947 (c/n 88-16868) registered May 3, 2007 as N2544V.
				84953/84992 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85183/85222
					84962 noted May 1984 at USMC Air-Ground Museum, Quantico, VA.
					84991 (c/n 88-17002) to Spanish AF as C.6-123.  Sold May 1982, became N29940
				84993/85032 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85293/85332
					84998 (c/n 88-17079) registered N998NA Mar 6, 2009.  N545VE
						current since Sep 8, 2006 which may be same aircraft.
					85010 (c/n 88-17091) to Spanish AF as C.6-131.  W/o Oct 14, 1980
					85022 (c/n 88-17103) seen at Alliance Airshow in 2010.
					85023 (c/n 88-17104) to Spanish aF as C.6-172.  W/o Sep 30, 1974
				85033/85052 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85413/85432
					85039 in 1987 was in use at Honolulu Community College/University 
						of Hawaii at Honolulu IAP as engineering teaching aid
				85053/85092 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85493/85532
					85053 ex USAAF 42-85493 (c/n 88-17274) to civil registry as N777WS.
						Registration N566TX reserved Jul 18, 2008, taken up
						Aug 20, 2008.
					85077 ex USAAF 42-85517 (c/n 88-17298) rebuilt in 1949 as T-6G
						49-2977 (c/n 168-81).
					85086 (c/n 88-17307, Ex 42-85526) to civil registry as N12377.  
					85087 to N25SS
				85093 ex-USAAF AT-6D 42-85613	
85094/85095		Waco XLR2W-1 
85096/85135		Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				C-45s transferred to Navy from the USAAF.
				85096 ex USAAF 44-47390.
				85097/85099 ex USAAF 44-47419/47421
					85099 (c/n 7826) ex USAAF UC-45F 44-47421.  To French Navy as 99.  To N61905 in West Germany in 1973.
				85100/85101 ex USAAF 44-47423/47424
				85102/85103 ex USAAF 44-47438/47439
				85104/85106 ex USAAF 44-47441/47443
					85104 (c/n 7849) to French Navy as 85104 in 1944.  On display at Collection de la Base Aeronavale Lorient-Lann
						Bihoue AB since 1989.
				85107 (c/n 7888) ex USAAF 44-47480
				85108 (c/n 7890) ex USAAF 44-47482
				85109/85111 ex USAAF 44-47484/47486
					85111 (c/n 7894) to JMSDF as 6417
				85112 ex USAAF 44-47498
				85113/85115 ex USAAF 44-47500/47502
					85113 c/n 7908
					85114 c/n 7909
					85115 c/n 7910
				85116 (c/n 7912) ex USAAF 44-47504.  To JMSDF as 6417.  Reserialled 3MSS-23.  Preserved at
					Shimofusa Naval Air Base Collection, Japan.
				85117/85119 ex USAAF 44-47532/47534
					c/n 7940/7942
				85120/85121 ex USAAF 44-47536/47537
					c/n 7944/7945.
				85122/85124 ex USAAF 44-47552/47554
					c/n 7960/7962
				85125/85126 ex USAAF 44-47556/47557
					85125 (c/n 7964) to JMSDF as 6434.  Reserialled 3MSS-24.  Noted in base museum, Kanoya AB in 1999.
					85126 (c/n 7965)
				85127 (c/n 7986) ex USAAF 44-47578.  To JMSDF as 6433  
				85128/85130 ex USAAF 44-47580/47582
					c/n 7988/7990
				85131 ex USAAF 44-47584
					c/n 7992
				85132 ex USAAF 44-47598
					c/n 8006
				85133/85135 ex USAAF 44-47600/47602
					c/n 8008/8010
85136/85160		Martin PBM-5 Mariner
				Initially ordered as PBM-5E but delivered as PBM-5
				85145 (VRF-1) crashed after takeoff from Corpus Christi NAS, Texas on ferry flight to Seattle, Washington
					Sep 30, 1946.  5 killed.
				85148 (VP-46) in hard landing in Manila Bay, Philippines Jun 14, 1951. May have been
					VP-731
				85151 (VP-50) lost near Cheju Island, South Korea enroute from Iwakuni, Japan to Yellow Sea Nov 10, 1953.
					No survivors.
				85157 (VP-49) assigned to NOB Bermuda.  Ditched Jun 25, 1952 at NAS Argentia, Newfoundland after flight
					from Bermuda.
85161/85162		Martin XBTM-1
85163/85164		Lockheed XR6O-1 Constitution
				85163 (c/n 089-1001) retired Dec 31, 1952.  Registered N7672C May 1958.  Scrapped at
					McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV in 1969
				85164 (c/n 089-1002) retired Dec 31, 1952.  Registered N7673C May 1958.  DBR by fire
					at Opa Locka, FL Jul 14, 1963.  Scrapped in 1978. 
85165/85264		Piper LBP-1 
				85165/85167 delivered as XLBP-1, remainder cancelled.  
85265/85289		Taylorcraft LBT-1
				85265 delivered as XLBT-1, remainder cancelled.
85290/85292		Pratt-Read XLBE-1 
85293/85389		Pratt-Read LBE-1
				cancelled contract
85390 			Piasecki XHRP-1 
				cancelled contract
85391/85458 		Beech GB-2 
				cancelled contract
85459/86296		General Motors TBM-3E Avenger
				Built under license by Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				85459/86292 c/n 2278/3111.  86293/86296 cancelled 
				85460 (c/n 2279) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 20460, code 346.  To US civil
					registry as N7032C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPS.
					This registration cancelled Nov 22, 2004, N145WB reserved
					Dec 15, 2004, taken up Jan 18, 2005.
				85475 (c/n 2294) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 85475, code 375.  Damaged on HMCS
					Magnificent Aug 9, 1956 and later w/o.
				85490 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-107.  WFU in 1959
				85499 to US civil registry as N9597C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEM.  W/o at Chipman 5/28/1979.
				85506 (c/n 2325) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 85506, code 385.  On US civil registry as N6582D.  Being restored
					to flying condition at Herzelia, near Tel Aviv, Israel.  Had been operated as a crop duster
					by Marom Aviation in Israel.  Registration N6582D cancelled Aug 19, 2004
					as sale reported 1977.
				85515 (C/n 2334) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-552
				85516 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as XB318.  Force landed on mud flats off Lymington, UK
					Dec 5, 1953 following engine failure. Both crew rescued and aircraft
					subsequently SOC Dec 19, 1953.  Airframe was recovered and
					displayed as a "ditched aircraft" at RNAS Lee's AirDay Jun 12, 1954.
					Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				85529 to Netherlands Navy as 1-16 then 026.  WFU in 1960.
				85530 (VS-ATU#400) ditched off runway at NAAS Waldron
					Field 1/7/1954 with French Navy crew
				85536 (c/n 2355) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 85536, code 333.  Reduced to spares Aug 1956
				85549 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB445 5/4/1953, then to Dutch Navy 3/17/1958 as 22-25, then 
					reserialed as 067, and then to Brazilian Navy 7/25/1960 as N-503.
				85560 to N6830C
				85574 (c/n 2393) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 85574.  Reduced to spared Jan 1956.
				85587 (c/n 2406) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 85587, code 352.  Fire in air over
					Shearwater Dec 14, 1954 and crashed in water.  Pilot OK
				85594 became N1366N.  Crashed at Porterville, CA Aug 18, 1973.
				85597 (c/n 2416) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 85597, code 381.  To Conair Ltd as CF-IMK.  From Conair to Forest 
					Protection Ltd. Sold 1994 to Vintage Wings of Seattle, WA and
					registered N704QZ.  Being rebuilt in 2007 by Florida Wing
					of Commemorative Air Force
				85613 (c/n 2432) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as instructional aircraft.  RCN erial was 85613
				85614 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB304 Mar 18, 1953.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				85621 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB315.  Crashed into sea off the Lizard, Cornwall, UK
					Mar 31, 1955.  Pilot survived, 2 other crew killed.
				85623 to Netherlands navy as 1-29 then 037.  Converted to target tug.  WFU in 1960
				85628 to Royal Navy May 19, 1953 as XB390, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. SOC 3/5/1954.
				85632 to civil registry as N7002C then C-GOBJ with Norfolk and
					Hicks & Lawrence.  Now warbird N81865 with Fargo Air
					Museum, ND
				85636 to N6823C.  Cancelled Jan 15, 1969
				85640 became N1368N
				85646 to Netherlands Navy as 1-31 then 039.  Converted to target tug.  WFU in 1960
				85647 lost Dec 21, 1951.  Pilot KIA.
				85650 (c/n 2469, TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-102, then 045.  After Dutch Navy service,
					went to Nederlands Luchtvaart Museum, Den Haag 1970 and to Strathalian collection, Auchterarder, 
					Scotland May 1976.  Registered as G-BTBM Dec 23, 1977. Later became N61BD.  N452HA assigned Dec 19, 2008
					with c/n 85650 but NTU.  N85650 registered Dec 19, 2008 with c/n 85650. 
				85652 (c/n 2471) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 85652, code 382.  SOC Jun 11, 1957 and
					became CF-KYA
				85662 (C/n 2381) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-502
				85665 (c/n 2484) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 85665, code 322.  To Forest Protection, Ltd as CF-IMV.  
					W/o at Blissville Jun 9, 1977.
				85682 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as XB316.  Crashed on Sleive Croob near Donnemara,
					Northern Ireland Dec 11, 1953.  3 killed.
				85683 on display as 2347 with JMSDF at Shimofusa Air Station in 1973
				85685 (c/n 2504) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 85685, code 348.  Burned to train
					crash crewi in 1957.
				85686 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB370, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. To French Navy 3/19/1958; SOC 4/13/1966.
				85688 (c/n 2507) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 85688, code 357.  Flying in formation
					Apr 9, 1953 hit ground and burned out near Aylesford Lake in Nova Scotia.  4 crew OK.
				85695 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.4 XB356, shipped from USA 3/18/1953. To French Navy 7/18/1957.
				85711 (c/n 2530) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 85711, code 329.  Fatal midair
					collision with Avenger 86168 Apr 17, 1952 curing night
					exercises with cruiser HMCS Quebec.  7 killed.
				85715 to N1319C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEF.  
					Sold 1994 to Vintage Wings of Seattle, WA, which was a
					dealer for the sale.  Now a warbird N65VC
				85716 (c/n 2535) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 85716, code 356.
				85717 reported early 1970s on display at NAS Memphis.
				85733 to N6824C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEK.  W/o at Chatham 8/16/1998.
				85748 (C/n 2567) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-555
				85751 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-103.  W/o Oct 28, 1955
				85779 (c/n 2598) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 85779.  Reduced to spares in 1956
				85787 to N7000C
				85794 (c/n 2613) to civil registry as NL7001C.  Planned to be displayed in a
					proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum at Glendale Apt, AZ
				85823 (c/n 2642) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 85823, code 340. Ditched 75 mi S of
					Yarmouth, Nova Scotia May 6, 1954.  4 killed.
				85828 to US Navy Mar 17, 1945.  Served with VMTP-234, VMTB-622, VMTB-623.
					To NAS Litchfield Park for storage Sep 27, 1954.  Back to NAS
					Barbers Point May 31, 1956.  Currently being transferred from Fargo
					Aviation Museum to Barbers Point Naval Air Museum, Hawaii
					Nov 14, 2006.
				85829 (c/n 2648) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 85829, code 369.  To civil registry as N6584D, then CF-XON. 
					 W/o at Junhiper 5/21/1974.
				85833 9c/n 2652) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 85833, code 364.  To civil registry as
					CF-IMO.  Crashed at Boston Brook, New Brunswick Jul 6, 1970.
				85836 to N7014C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEP.  Crashed in New Brunswick 
					forest Jun 10, 1984.  Plane hit a tree while spraying pesticides.
				85841 (C/n 2660) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-504
				85844 became N106Z, then N3356G.  Crashed Jul 28, 1970.
				85852 to Netherlands Navy as 1-12.  W/o Aug 29, 1959.
				85854 to US civil registry as N7015C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GLEQ.  W/o at Dunphy 6/23/1977,
					pilot killed.
				85861 (c/n 2680) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 85861, code 330.  Ditched Aug 6, 1953 in 
					Bedford Basin, which is part of Halifax Harbour, Nova 
					Scotia.  Pilot OK.  Plane was hauled out of the water Jun 
					1972 and cleaned up.  Put on display 1975 at the main 
					entrance of the Shearwater Aviation Museum at Dartmouth, 
					Nova Scotia.  It is now (2007) inside and is being restored
				85862 became N7016C
				85867 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB403, shipped from USA 9/29/1953. Sold for scrap 2/27/1961.
				85869 to storage at Litchfield Park, AZ Aug 1955.  Used in USA as water bomber as N9927Z.
					Now on French civil registry as F-AZJA since Sep 1989 
				85870 (c/n 2689) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 85870, code 372.  To Canadian civil
					registry as CF-IMJ with Skyways.  Crashed New Brunswick in
					1969.  Warbirds Worldwide says CF-IMJ was WFU Apr 1959.
				85880 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-104 then 046.  WFU in 1960
				85882 to civil registry as N9584Z
				85883 became N6825C.  Crashed at Columbia, CA Sep 4, 1971.
				85886 flying with POB Inc as N9586Z.  Now at American Airpower Museum, Long Island, NY
				85890 registered to Georgia Forestry Commission as N1952M in 1963,
					used by them until 1972.  Restored at MCAS Cherry Point
					between Jul 1974 and 1976 then delivered by helicopter to
					USMC Museum at MCAS Quantico, VA.  Noted Nov 10, 2006 at 
					National Museum of the United States Marine Corps, Quantico, VA 
				85899 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB381, shipped from USA 9/2/1953. To Netherlands Navy 1/8/1958 as 22-21, 
					later reserialled 066; SOC 2/8/1961.
				85903 by 1993 was registered N28SF.
				85913 (c/n 2732) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 85913, code 363.  Crashed and burned 
					at Kenora, Ontario Oct 4, 1953.  Crew killed.
				85916 (c/n 2735) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 85916, code 367.
				85928 (c/n 2747) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 85928, code 338.  To civil registry as CF-IMW.  
					W/o at Chipman 6/10/1975.
				85930 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy 5/4/1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB447, then to Dutch Navy 3/17/1958 as 22-26 and then
					reserialed as 068.  To Brazilian Navy 7/25/1960.
				85932 to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB319.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957.
				85938 (c/n 2757) to civil registry as N7226C
				85943 (c/n 2762) to Royal Canadian Navy Aug 1952 as 85943.  Reduced to spares Jan 1956
				85950 (c/n 2769) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 85950, code 345
				85957 (c/n 2776) was N9547Z, registration cancelled by FAA May 2006 as "for static display".  Was in 
					Midway restoration hangar as NAS North Island, CA.  Put in place aboard Midway Nov 20, 2006, 
					now on display in the hangar deck.  N9547Z restored to register Feb 22, 2008
				85958 (C/n 2777) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-557
				85960 (c/n 2779) to Royal Canadian Navy Sep 1950 as 85960, code 358.  Fatal crash on
					takeoff from Shearwater Jan 26, 1954.
				85974 to Royal Navy as Avenger ECM.6 XB375, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. Sold for scrap 9/4/1959
				85978 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as VL999.  No record of fate.  
				85983 (c/n 2802) to Royal Canadian Navy as 85983, code 374.  To US civil registry as N4039A, then to 
					Canadian civil registry as CF-BEG with Miramichi and the Hicks & Lawrence.  Now warbird N28SF.  
				85989 to Netherlands Navy as 1-24 then 032.  Converted to target tug.  W/o Jan 28, 1960
				85995 (c/n 2814) as 2344 with JMSDF at Kure Air Station in 1973.
				85996 (c/n 2815) converted to TBM-3R.  Assigned to VR-31, NAS Norfolk,
					VA.   Damaged Apr 7, 1950 while parked at Biggs AFB.  To Uruguayan Navy as A-501
				86001 (c/n 2820) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 86001, code 371.  Ditched in Lake
					Erie Jan 23, 1957.
				86002 (C/n 2821) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-507
				86008 (c/n 2827) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 86008, code 331.  Ditched at
					Chebucto head in outer Halifax harbor Jun 13, 1952.  Crew killed.
				86020 (c/n 2839) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86020, code 327.  To US civil registry
					as N7157C.  To Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPL.
				86026 became N9428Z
				86028 (c/n 2847) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 86028, code 325.
				86030 to Netherlands Navy as 1-5 then 021.  WFU in 1960
				86038 (c/n 2857) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86038, code 359.
				86039 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Nacy as 16-105.  WFU in 1959
				86049 (C/n 2868) bought by Uruguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Uruguaya as A-551
				86064 to US civil registry as N7161C, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPO.  W/o at Sevogle 5/22/1983.
				86065 (c/n 2884) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86065, code 370.
				86090 to N9434Z, then to Forest Protection, Ltd as C-GFPP.  W/o at Charlo 7/17/1977.
				86091 to US civil registry as N9307A, then to civil registry as CF-AYL.  W/o at Junipter 6/17/1973.
				86098 (c/n 2917) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 86098, code 366.  To civil registry as CF-IMX.  
					W/o at Sevogle 6/7/1974.
				86108 (c/n 2927) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1952 as 86108, code 382.
				86118 to N9860C.  Crashed near Ramona, CA Sep 4, 1970.
				86123 (c/n 2942) converted to TBM-3R, to civil registry as N6831C.  Reported 1986
					at Ada Aircraft Museum, Frederick, OK. Now on display at Mid America Air Museum, Liberal, KS.  Registration
					canceled on display.  Report that 86123 is at USS Hornet is erroneous.
				86125 (c/n 2944) to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB404, shipped from USA 9/29/1953, to French Navy 3/19/1958,
					SOC 4/13/1966. 
				86138 (c/n 2957) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86138, code 334.  Lost at sea Mar 4, 1953. 
				86151 (c/n 2970) to NAOTS RD&D Chincoteague, Virginia Apr 17, 1945.  To NOTS RD&DE Inyokern Feb 20, 1950.
					To O&R BuAer M&S San Diego Jun 8, 1951.
				86154 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB448, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. To French Navy Feb 28, 1958; 
					SOC 4/13/1966.
				86156 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB449, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. To Netherlands Navy 1/8/1958 as 22-22; 
					SOC 12/16/1959.
				86158 (c/n 2777) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1950 as 86158.  Ditched at sea with 826 Sqdn after engine failure near
					HMCS Magnificent off Bermuda Feb 28, 1951.
				86168 (c/n 2987) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86168, code 321.  In midair collision
					with 85711 Apr 17, 1952 curing night exercises with cruiser 
					HMCS Quebec.  7 killed.
				86169 (c/n 2988) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86169, code 351.
				86170 ditched off NAF Chincoteague, VA Jan 18, 1950.
				86174 (TBM-3E2) to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB331, then to Dutch AF Feb 19, 1958 as 21-34 and then to
					Dutch Navy as 075.  To Brazilian Navy Jul 25, 1960.
				86175 (c/n 5979) to Royal Canadian Navy May 1952 as 86175, coce 421, later code 386.
					To Canadian civil registry as CF-JJB, then to US civil registry as N68684.  
					Crashed Oct 16, 1967 at Agrinion.
				86177 reconditioned and transferred to Royal Navy Jul 31, 1945 as
					VL998.  No record of fate.  
				86180 (c/n 2999) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86180, code 324.  To Conair, Ltd as 
					CF-MUD.  Reportedly ditched in Lake Nigault, Quebec Jun 11, 1971 after power loss while
					spraying.  Must have been recovered and repaired since it is
					now a museum aircraft at former US naval air station, Wildwood, NJ.
				86182 (c/n 3001) to Royal Canadian Navy Jun 1952 as 86182, code 389.  Ditched Sep 26, 1956.  
				86185 (c/n 3004) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1952 as 86185.
				86188 (TBM-3W2) to Netherland Navy as 16-111 then 051.  WFU in 1960
				86195 became N7229C.  Crashed at Lake Piru, CA Aug 30, 1971
				86205 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy May 4, 1953 as Avenger AS.4 XB332.  To French Navy Jul 18, 1957
				86224 became N6826C, then CF-AGN, then C-FAGN.
				86228 (TBM-3E) to Royal Navy Mar 18, 1953 as Avenger AS.5 XB305.  Engine failed during dummy
					deck landing practice at RNAS Ford May 23, 1955, force-landed
					in field, crossed highway, and was arrested by hedge.
					SOC Jun 6, 1955
				86229 (TBM-3W2) to Netherlands Navy as 16-108 then 048. WFU in 1960
				86233 (c/n 3052) to Royal Canadian Navy Jul 1950 as 86233, code 302.
				86235 to Royal Navy as Avenger AS.5 XB372, shipped from USA 5/4/1953. To Netherlands Navy 3/6/1958 as 21-39; 
					SOC 1/3/1959.
				86244 to Conair, Ltd as C-FAGN.  W/o at Charlo 7/4/1983 while 
					owned by Forest Protection, Ltd.
				86270 transferred to Royal Navy at Norfolk, VA, perhaps as ground
					instructional airframe.
				86280 to civil registry as N7219C.  Now N86280 with Cavanaugh
					Flight Museum, Addison Apt, near Dallas, TX.
				86281 (c/n 3100) to Royal Canadian Navy Oct 1950 as 86281, code 335.  Modified as Avenger AS.Mk.3M
86293			Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				UC-45F transferred from USAF.  Serial reassigned from cancelled TBM-3 batch
86294			Beech JRB-3 Expeditor
				C-45B 43-35601 transferred from USAF.  Serial reassigned from cancelled TBM-3 batch
86295/86296		Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				C-45F 44-87137 and 43-35867 transferred from USAF. 
				Serials reassigned from cancelled TBM-3 batch
86297/87719		General Motors FM-2 Wildcat
				Built under license by the Eastern Aircraft Division of General Motors Corporation
				86564 (c/n 5618) to civil registry as N4629V.  Reported Jun 1983 with
					Yankee Air Corps, Chino, CA.  Noted at Yanks Air Museum, Chino,
					CA Nov 2002
				86572 (c/n 5626) on civil registry as N35MK, then N35M, then 
					N86572, on display Warhawk Air Museum, Nampa, ID
				86581 (c/n 5635) to civil registry as N86581.  Later at Kalamazoo 
					Aviation History Museum.  Had civil registration of NL1PP
				86584 on display at Yanks Air Museum, CA.
				86680 (c/n 5734) to civil registry as NC55558, then N55558, then
					N777A, then YV-T-OTO, then YV-T-HTJ, then N11FE
				86690 (c/n 5744) became N20HA.  Reported 1977 at Lenhardt Airpark,
					Hubbard, OR, then 1979 at USNAM, NAS Pensacola, FL
				86711 (c/n 5765) to civil registry as N4845V.  Now with Fighter Collection at
					Duxford, UK as G-RUMW (GRUMman Wildcat) painted in Royal Navy colors but with no serial number.
				86741 on civil registry as N222FM, and in 2008 was on display at
					Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk, FL.
				86746 on civil registry as N6290C.  Reported Feb 2007 to be airworthy with 
					Fresco Air Museum
				86747 (c/n 5805) became N66843. Reported 1988 at National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				87650 (c/n 5808) became N12371.  To UK as G-WCMI Sep 27, 2013
				86754 on civil registry as N85918
				87773 (c/n 5831) became N1352N
				86774 (c/n 5832) became N7835C.  Reported Nov 1986 at Planes of 
					Fame Museum, Chino, CA.  Now registered as N774FM Dec17, 2008
				86777 registered to Howard Pardue of Texas as NL5HP.  Reported
					slightly damaged Apr 9, 2008 at Breckenridge, TX by tornado.
				86819 (c/n 5877) to Butler Aviation as sprayer ca 1952.
					Crashed while spraying ca 1955.  Had various owners during
					rebuilt, eventually registere Aug 1983 to Yankee Air Corps
					of Chino, CA as N5833.  First flight after rebuild Apr 24, 1987.
					Reported 1988 with Yesterday's Air Force, Chino, CA
				86956 (c/n 6014) became N18PK.  Reported 1989 at Weeks Air Museum,
					Tamiani, FL.
				86974/87719 cancelled
87720/87751		Grumman JRF-5 Goose
				Model G-38.  c/n B-114/B-145
				87720 (c/n B-114) converted to JRF-6X Feb 11, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.  WFU Sep 11, 1956.
					To civil registry Apr 1962 as N2021A for Western Alaska Airlines, merged to Kodiak Western, then to Hal Dierich.
					Crashed Jul 21, 1984 at Narrow Strait, Ouzinkie, Alaska, 4 killed.
				87721 (c/n B-115) to civil registry as N641 for Pen Air of 
					Anchorage, AK
				87722 (c/n B-116) to US Navy Feb 1945.
				87723 (c/n B-117) to US Navy Feb 1945.  Converted to JRF-6X Jan 5, 1953.  Redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.
					WFU Sep 11, 1956.  To civil registry as N325 Nov 1956, then N525 Jan 31, 1957.  N525 cancelled Jun 30, 1978 
					on export to Canada, then C-GYVG Mar 11, 1977 for Weldwood Lumber Co in 1980. To Pacific North American 
					Development and Financial Corp Feb 15, 2000.  Current 2014
				87724 (c/n B-118) to US Navy Feb 1945
				87725 (c/n B-119) to US Navy Feb 1945.  To US Coast Guard as 7725.  
				87726 (c/n B-120) to US Navy Mar 1945.  To USAAF Mar 1945 to 1947 as 45-49088.  To civil registry as 
					NC3096, N3096, then CF-IWW, C-FIWW, then N4575C for Aero Float G21A Inc,
					Wilmington, DE
				87727 (c/n B-121) to US Navy Mar 1945
				87728 (c/n B-122) to US Navy Mar 1945.  To civil registry as N781
					with Alaksa State Fish and Game, then N781S, then
					N7811 for Pen Air, Anchorage, AK
				87729 (c/n B-123) to US Navy Apr 1945.  To civil registry as N640 for
					Bureau of Land Management (Alaska) 1964-65.  Converted
					to G-21C Turbo Goose c/n 1201 by McKinnon in 2001.  Owner advised FAA May 2001 that 
					c/n B-123 was disassembled and scrapped: requested transfer of N640 to a new aircraft built from spare parts, 
					identified as “McKinnon G-21G serial number 1201”.
				87730 (c/n B-124) to US Navy Apr 1945.  To civil registry as N6086V
				87731 (c/n B-125) to US Navy Apr 1945.  To JMSDF aw 9013.  To civil registry as N60AL,
					to N70AL, converted to G-21G Turbo Goose with McKinnon Mod 1226 for
					Killa Katchka Inc
				87732 (c/n B-126) to US Navy May 1945. Converted to JRF-6X Feb 17, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Jun 30, 1953.
					WFU Aug 22, 1956.   To civil registry as N87U Dec 3, 1956 for Kodiak Airways, AK 1964-1985, 
					then Kodiak Western Alaska, Kodiak, AK.  Named "The Blue Goose".  Hit a  reef in Karluk Lagoon Mar 26, 1980.  
					Rebuilt.  To Cinema Air Blue Goose Enterprises, Las Vegas, NV June 8, 1993.
					Featured in movie "Forever Young" (1988) wih Mel Gibson.  Current 2014.
				87733 (c/n B-127) to US Navy May 1945.  To US Coast Guard 1945-1953.
					To civil registry as N325 for Avalon Air Transport, Long
					Beach, CA 1953-1959, to Catalina Channel Airlines, Long
					Beach, CA 1959-1966.  Fatal crash near Catalina Island
					Sep 29, 1968.
				87734 (c/n B-128) to US Navy May 1945.  To civil registry as CF-HBC,
					then N89U, then N88007 for Apr Pacific (Air Pac), tnen N6DF
				87735 (c/n B-129) to civil registry in 1951 as NC101 with Civil
					Aeronautics Administration, then NC121, then N121, then N5096K, then
					CF-INF for Trans Provincial Airlines, then Pacific Coastal
					Airlines. To N21A May 22, 1998 for Tuthill Corp, Burr Ridge,
					IL, then to Wave Runner Aviation LLC.  Substantially damaged
					Jan 29, 2008 near Marathon, FL in water loop landing
				87736 (c/n B-130) to civil registry as N644, N644R, primary aircraft for
					National Park Service 1945-, to National Park Service Museum
					at Floyd Bennett Field, NY
				87737 (c/n B-131) to US Navy Jun 1945.  To civil registry as N641,
					then N4772C for Antilles Airboats.  Damaged Oct 13, 1973
					when it hit a marker buoy on takeoff.  W/o Feb 21, 1976
					when crashed at St Croix, Virgin Islands.  N4772C cancelled Jan 14, 1977
				87738 (c/n B-132) to US Navy Jun 1945
				87739 (c/n B-133) to US Navy Jun 1945.  In 1951 to civil registry
					for CAA as NC102, then to NC122, N122
				87740 (c/n B-134) to US Navy Jul 1945.  Sep 1945 to Flugfelag Airlines
					(Icelandic Airways), Iceland as TF-ISR.  Crashed in
					Nordfjordur, Iceland Mar 20, 1947.  There was a second Flugfelag
					Airlnes TF-ISR which was BuNo 37809.
				87741 (c/n B-135) to US Navy Jul 1945.  MAP to French Aeronavale as 741
				87742 (c/n B-136) to US Navy Jul 1945.  MAP to French Aeronavale as 742
				87743 (c/n B-137) to US Navy Jul 1945.  To US Bureau of Land
					Management as N642, McKinnon Turbo conversion G-21C no.
					1204 for MA Inc, Oshkosh, WI
				87744 (c/n B-138) to US Navy Jul 1945. To French Aeronavale as 744.  To US Fish and Wildlife
					Service as N779, N16484.  To N501M. Converted to McKinnon G-21C Turbo Goose
					1203 Feb-Mar 1969.  Featured extended nose for 9-11
					people, PT-6A-20 Engines with G-21E fittings.  To Canada as CF-BCI, later C-FBCI
					for BC Dept of Highways, to Air West Pattison Industries.  In
					1984 engines were replace with PT-6A-28s to make it a Turbo Goose
					G-21G. To Crown Forest Products 1985.  To Pen Air,
					Anchorage, AK as N660PA.  Crashed in sea and sank near Unalaska, Alaska Aug 11, 1996,
					2 killed.
				87745 (c/n B-139) to US Navy Aug 1945.  To JRF-6X Jul 28, 1952, redesignated as JRF-6 May 28, 1953.
					WFU NOv 23, 1956.   To civil registry as 
					N93E Jan 25, 1957, CF-WCP Jun 22, 1964, N22932 Feb 6, 1973 for Catalina Airlines 1973-79,
					to C-FWCP Mar 14, 1973, To N22932 Jul 25, 1978 for Pen Air (Peninsula Airways), Anchorage
					AK 1986-present (2008).  Current 2014.
				87746 (c/n B-140) to US Navy Aug 1945.  To civil registry as C-151,
					C-1530, C-1530E, HK-1530E, N1530H.  Crashed Jan 10, 1970 when landing and struck
					a boat.  Repaired and then N329 for Richard Probert.  
					Aero Technologies Inc, Long Beach, CA 1994-2008.  In 2014 was owned by Charles Nichols 
					and was on display at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California.
				87747 (c/n B-141) to US Navy Aug 1945. To NC41996; N2005; N2003. Antilles Air Boats Inc, St Croix US
					Virgin Islands. Wfu 1979 St Croix-Hamilton Airport, derelict by 1985. Damaged by hurricane, abandoned as
					 a wreck.  Klaus D. Martin/ European Coastal Airways, Munich, Germany  1999/2012.   Crated to Landsberied, 
					Germany 1999, open storage Landsberied dismembered 2002/2012.
				87748 (c/n B-142) to US Navy Aug 1945.  To civil registry as N704, N7041, CF-VAK,
					to North Coast Aero/Port Townsend, WA as N9074N
				87749 (c/n B-143) to US Navy Aug 1945. 
				87750 (c/n B-144) to US Navy Aug 1945.  Converted to JRF-6X Feb 14, 1953, redesignated as JRF-6 Aug 11, 1953.
					WFU Apr 2, 1956.   To civil registry with US Fish and Wildlife Service as N720.  Crashed Aug 25, 1958
					at Brooks Range, AK, 3 killed.  Wreckage located Aug 26, 1979
				87751 (c/n B-145) to US Navy Aug 1945.  To civil registry as N643, N643H, 
					CF-UMG (Pacific Western Ailines 1966-67, Trans Provincial
					Airlines 1968-1980, Air BC 1981-1983, Jim Pattison Group
					1983-88, Trans Provincial Airlines1989.  Hallmark Leasing
					Corp as C-FUMG, Waglisia Air.  Crashed into lake after 
					takeoff at Prince Rupert, British Columbia Dec 4, 1993.  WFU in 1995.
87752/87762		Grumman JRF-5 Goose 
				Model G-38.  C/n B-146/B-156.  Contract cancelled 
87752			Beech JRB-3 Expeditor
				C-45F transferred from USAF.  Serial reassigned from cancelled JRF-5 batch
87753			Beech JRB-4 Expeditor
				UC-45F transferred from USAF.  Serial reassigned from cancelled JRF-5 batch
87754/87759 		Douglas R5D-3 
				C-54s transferred from USAAF.  Serials reassigned from cancelled JRF-5 batch
				87754 (c/n 22153/DC605) ex USAAF 43-17203.  Converted to C-54Q.  WFU and stored 1975
				87755 (VR-4) ditched due to fuel exhaustion caused by faulty navigation near Midway Island 9/10/1950 enroute
					from Haneda, Japan to Barbers Point, HI and crew
					rescued by Navy ship.  Plane sank by gunfire.
				87756 (c/n 10599/DC330) ex USAAF 42-72494.  WFU and stored 1974
				87757 (c/n 10602/DC333) ex USAAF 42-72497.  WFU and stored 197u5
				87758 (c/n 10790/DC521) ex USAAF 42-72685. Converted to RC-54V.  Transferred to US Marine Corps.
					Converted to C-54Q.  WFU and stored MASDC May 1970.  To civil registry as N62441 Dec 27, 1974.
					To Frigorific Reyes Jan 24, 1975 as CP-1207.  WFU and stored at La Paz, Bolivia.  Bought by
					Servicio Aero Santiago Jun 1994.  Still stored La Paz, Bolivia.
				87759 (c/n 10802/DC533) ex USAAF 42-72697.  Converted to C-54Q 1962.  WFU and stored 1975.
87763/87787 		Taylorcraft LNT-1 
				TG-6s transferred from US Army
87788/88453		Goodyear FG-1D Corsair
				87794 crashed at sea Jul 15, 1945.
				87801 (VBF-85) lost Jul 15, 1945, Hokkaido
				87845 (VBF-85) lost Jun 12, 1945, Leyte Gulf
				87853 owned by Malcolm Miller of Carpinteria, CA registered
					as N9152Z.
				87873 (c/n 2687) to New Zealand as NZ5603.
				87879 (c/n 2693) to New Zealand as NZ5623.
				87884 ditched enrote to USS Shangri-La Jul 30, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				87913 shot down Jun 8, 1945.
				87949/87998 to Royal Navy as KD868/KD917
				88005 (c/n 2819) to New Zealand as NZ5643.
				88026 with Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH.
				88031 (c/n 2845) to New Zealand as NZ5628.
				88032 (c/n 2846) to New Zealand as NZ5644.
				88036 (c/n 2850) to New Zealand as NZ5621.
				88047 (c/n 2861) to New Zealand as NZ5627.
				88065 (c/n 2879) to New Zealand as NZ5630.
				88084 (c/n 2898) to New Zealand as NZ5605.
				88086 in 1990 was reported stored at Weeks Air Museum, Miami FL
					as N63382
				88090 (c/n 2904) to New Zealand as NZ5612.  In 1990 was reported stored at
					Museum of Transport and Technology, Auckland, NZ.
				88100 (c/n 2914) to New Zealand as NZ5626.
				88104 (c/n 2918) to New Zealand as NZ5611.
				88134/88158 to Royal Navy as KD918/KD942
				88179 (c/n 2993) to New Zealand as NZ5608.
				88184 (c/n 2998) to New Zealand as NZ5604.
				88197 (c/n 3011) to New Zealand as NZ5619.
				88200 (c/n 3014) to New Zealand as NZ5624.
				88204 (c/n 3018) to New Zealand as NZ5625.
				88205 (c/n 3019) to New Zealand as NZ5618.
				88208 (c/n 3022) to New Zealand as NZ5610.
				88209 (c/n 3023) to New Zealand as NZ5613.
				88213 (c/n 3027) to New Zealand as NZ5609.
				88215 (c/n 3029) to New Zealand as NZ5615.
				88223 (c/n 3037) to New Zealand as NZ5642.
				88226 (c/n 3040) to New Zealand as NZ5637.
				88228 (c/n 3042) to New Zealand as NZ5622.
				88233 (c/n 3047) to New Zealand as NZ5616.
				88234 (c/n 3048) to New Zealand as NZ5641.
				88236 (c/n 3050) to New Zealand as NZ5607.
				88237 (c/n 3051) to New Zealand as NZ5645.
				88246 (c/n 3060) to New Zealand as NZ5617.
				88248 (c/n 3062) to New Zealand as NZ5640.
				88255 (c/n 3069) to New Zealand as NZ5614.
				88256 engine fire out of NAS Grosse Isle, MI Jul 1, 1950,
					pilot bailed out OK.
				88261 (c/n 3075) to New Zealand as NZ5620.
				88269/88293 to Royal Navy as KD943/KD967
				88297 (c/n 3111) to civil registry as N9154Z, then N8297.  Now with Fighter Collection
					at Duxford, UK as G-FGID, painted in Royal Navy colors with fake serial KD345.
				88303 with Flying Heritage, INC of Seatle, WA, registered as N700G.
				88310 (c/n 3124) to New Zealand as NZ5632.
				88311 (c/n 3125) to New Zealand as NZ5635.
				88313 (c/n 3127) to New Zealand as NZ5633.
				88328 (c/n 3142) to New Zealand as NZ5629.
				88330 (c/n 3144) to New Zealand as NZ5631.
				88334 (c/n 3148) to New Zealand as NZ5639.
				88335 (c/n 3149) to New Zealand as NZ5634.
				88345 (c/n 3159) to New Zealand as NZ5636.
				88356 (c/n 3170) to New Zealand as NZ5638.
				88368 in 1990 was on display at Patriot's Point, SC
				88382 in mid-air collision Jul 29, 1950.  Ditched in Lake Washington.  Pilot OK.
					Recovered Jun 14, 1984 and restored.  This plane in now on display at the Boeing Museum of Flight at 
					Seattle, WA.
				88391 (c/n 3205) to New Zealand as NZ5648.  Made airworthy as NX55JP.  Now with Old Flying
					Machine Company at Duxford, UK as G-BXUL painted in US Navy colors with false BuNo 92844.
					Registered Feb 23, 2006 to Air Tight Trust of Ardmore, New Zealand as ZK-COR
				88404/88428 to Royal Navy as KD968/KD992
				88439 in 1990 was airworthy with Warbirds of Great Britain, Biggin Hill,
					England as N5JP
				88440 (VF-85) tail broke off during landing on USS Shangri La Jul 21, 1945.
				88442 (c/n 3256) to New Zealand as NZ5650.
88454/88458		Goodyear F2G-1 Corsair
				88454 (c/n 6163) SOC May 31, 1948.  BuNo 88454 was stored in a container.  It was found by
					Capt. Walt Ohlrich during the 1960's.  Obtained by W. Ohlrich in 1973 and when the Navy found 
					out that Walt was going to race it, they took it back.  The Navy gave it to 
					the Marines for their museum.  Doug Champlin traded a Douglas Dauntless dive 
					bomber for the F2G.  Registered as N4324.  When Doug Champlin moved his museum from Oklahoma to 
					Arizona, none other than Ron Puckett flew the aircraft to its' Arizona 
					location, Puckett the one time owner of racer #18, ex BuNo 14694. Since 1978, 
					BuNo 88454 has resided at the Champlin Fighter Museum in Mesa, Arizona and 
					now will be moved to Seattle.  Purchased by Museum of Flight in 2001 and stored at Boeing
					Field.  Moved to the museum Nov 15, 2003
				88455 (c/n 6164) tested at Goodyear from 8/45 to 5/46. Stricken from 
					Navy records Aug 31, 1946. Scrapped
				88456, (c/n 6165) tested at Port Columbus, Ohio and NAS Patuxent from 
					9/45 to 3/46. Stricken from Navy records May 31, 1947. Scrapped
				88457 (c/n 6166) Believed to have crashed near NAS Patuxent River in 1945. 
					Repaired, but later stricken from Navy records Apr 30, 1947. 
					Sold to owner Cook Cleland in 1947, registered as NZ5588N and listed as
					Thompston Trophy racer number 84 and flown by pilot Tony Janazzo in the 1947 
					Thompson Trophy Race.  The aircraft crashed on the seventh lap of the race, 
					killing the pilot. (9/47) Registration Number and C/N would later be used on 
					F2G-1 Race #57 (BuNo 88458).
				88458 (c/n 6167) tested at Port Columbus, Ohio and NAS Patuxent from 10/45 to 7/46. 
					Stricken from Navy records 1/48.  The aircraft was purchased by Cook Cleland, 
					registered as N5588N, Thompson Trophy race number 57, supposedly for spare 
					parts.  Registration number of BuNo 88457, N5588N along with its C/N 6166 
					was utilized.   The aircraft was flown by pilot Ben McKillen Jr. in the 
					1949 Tinnerman and Thompson Trophy Races.  After Air Racing, the aircraft 
					went through a series of owners; John Trainor of New Hampshire, Harry Doan 
					of Florida, Don Knapp of Florida, the Lone Star Museum of Texas and a 
					private collector in Kansas.  In 1996, it was acquired by Robert Odegaard of 
					Kindred, ND. who restored it to be the only currently flying F2G Corsair.
					Seen on display 2008 at Fargo Air Museum, Fargo,ND.  Reported Feb 2009
					airworthy but sold to R. Platte, Chandler, AZ
88459/88871		Goodyear F2G-2 Corsair
				88469/88871 were cancelled
				88459 (c/n 6168): Tested at Goodyear and NAS Patuxent from 10/45 to 
					6/46. Checkerboard cowl.  Ended up as ground target
				88460 (c/n 6169): Tested at NAS Norfolk and scrapped. Stricken from 
					Navy records May 31, 1948
				88461 (c/n 6170): Aircraft saw service with the fleet, NAS 
					North Island, San Diego from 4/46 to 1/47. Stricken from Navy records 5/47 
					and scrapped.
				88462 (c/n 6171): Aircraft saw service with the fleet at North 
					Island San Diego. Stricken from Navy records 5/47 and scrapped
				88463 (c/n 6172): N5577N Race #74: Used for training at 
					NAS Jacksonville, Fla.  Stricken from Navy records Feb 28, 1947. Pilot Cook 
					Cleland purchased the aircraft and flew it first place in the 1947 Thompson 
					Trophy Race. It was also flown in the 1948 and 1949 Nat. Air Races by pilot 
					Dick Becker, but failed to finish.  The aircraft was purchased by Walter 
					Soplata of Newbury, Ohio in 1953.  In 1997, the Western Reserve Historical 
					Society of Cleveland, Ohio purchased the aircraft.  The 
					Historical Society had Robert Odegaard of Kindred, North Dakota restore 
					the aircraft.  Reported May 2008 sold by Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum to
					individual in Coshocton, OH and under restoration to flying condition.  
					Reported Feb 2009 under restoration with R. Odegaard (previous owner of 88458)
					in USA.  Given civil registration of N5577N.  Crashed and burned Sep 7, 2012 Valley City,
					North Dakota, pilot killed.
				88466 bounced on landing and broke in half NAS Alameda 6 February 1949
88872/89071		North American PBJ-1H Mitchell
				Navy equivalent of B-25H.  Were USAAF 43-4530,4638,4654,4661,4703,4704,
					4711/4883,4705,5028/5047, 43-4705, 43-5028/5047
				88873 wheels-up landing 7/17/1945, MCAF Newpork, Arkansas
				88882 (VMB-621) crashed into Pamlico Sound, NC during
					bombing practice 10/10/1944.  6 killed.
				88886 (BMB-621) ran out of fuel near Jacksonville, NC
					and crew bailed out 10/17/1944.  4 killed, 1 injured.
				89050 crashed into Badin Lake, North Carolina Jun 8, 1944.  Two crew killed.  The crew was ferrying the plane from Ohio
					to Cherry Point, NC but made an unauthorized detour over the pilot's family home in Palmerville as a romantic
					gesture to his bride of 7 months.
89072/89081		Douglas JD-1 Invader
89082/89096		Lockheed P2V-1 Neptune
				c/n 26-1003/1017
				89082 set worlds distance record. Took off from Perth, Australia Sep 29, 1946 and landed in Columbus, Ohio
					Oct 1, 1946. It flew with a crew of four U.S. Navy officers and a young kangaroo, covering 18,089.3 kilometers (11,235.6 miles) in 
					55 hours 18 minutes.  Named ‘The Turtle’ although often referred to as ‘Truculent Turtle’ but this name is not found in any
					 photo evidence.  Now owned by National Air and Space Museum and is on loan to the 
					National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL.
				89086	converted to XP2V-2
				89093 w/o 5/27/49 at NAAS Waldron Field after hard landing.
89097/89119		Douglas TB2D-1 Skypirate 
				contract cancelled
89120/90019		Curtiss SB2C-5 Helldiver
				Curtiss Model 84G.  89466/90019 cancelled
				89132 VB-80  Ens.R.B.Phillips 2/20/19462 Hi, Maui NFCLP; 
					Fuel 2/bailed over water; Pilot swam ashore 12hrs 
					later; gunner missing
				89134 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89137 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89163 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89174 VB-93 12/5/1945 Boxer CV-21   Stalled landing
				89188 VT-74 4/2/1946 Salerno Bay CVE-110   swerved off 
					deck landing & hit catwalk
				89193 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89206 VB-153 4/17/1946 Tarawa CV-40   barrier
				89209 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89219 VB-153 10/16/1945 Fl, fuel,ditched at sea; 6mi.E, 
					Wright Memorial bridge
				89224 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89227 VB-3 5/2/1946 Va,Norfolk   Mongrahm NAAS; 
					FCLP; stalled landing
				89231 (VB-82) crashed in Atlantic Oct 31, 1946 
					due to bad CAT shot aboard USS Randolph.
					Both crew rescued.
				89237 to Greece in 1949.
				89250 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89255 To French Navy.  Reported 1965 on display at Lann-Bihone, France.
				89267 (VB-74) 5/13/1946 Midway CVB-41 16-25-30N 072-30-
					30W take-off, crashed
				89281 VRF-1 8/30/1945 Pa,Willow Grove NAS
					take-off,force-landed
				89283 VB-7A  Ens.William A.Conrady,Jr. 3/2/1946 Midway 
					CVB-41 38-58-30N 067-33-00W Spun-in landing;2/ok
				89288 VB-74 3/5/1946 Midway CVB-41 43-30-30N 048-24-00W
					Take-off,ditched
				89293 VT-74   22.04.46 Midway CVB-41 36-53-00N 074-32-
					00W eng failure,ditched
				89295 VB-74   04.03.46 Midway CVB-41 41-41-30N 053-54-
					00W Ditched landing.
				89301 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89304 VT-74  Ens.Clinton C.Thorton 3/8/1946 
					Ri,Charlestown NAAS barrel roll at 4000'; 
					3mi.N,NAAS;1/killed
				89320 CASU-21 4/14/1946 Va, Norfolk NAS fuel, force-landed
				89350 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89359 VB-75 4/25/1946 F.D.R. CVB-42 26-26-00N 066-55-00W
					Overside landing
				89381 to Greece in 1949
				89386 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89390 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89396 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89398 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89401 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89404 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89429 to Greece in 1949
				89442 to Greece in 1949.
				89453 to Greece in 1949 (336 Mira)
				89458 to Thailand in 1951 as J3-6/94.  SOC Apr 1955.
89466/89492		Beech JRB-5
				Serials reassigned from cancelled SB2C-5 batch.
				89467 remanufactured as SNB-5 c1954.  To Argentine Navy as 0546.  Noted Santa Cruz-Piedrabuena NAS, Argentina
					as gate guard in 1985.
				89468 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 with new c/n of N-1135 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962.   
					To N4606.  Noted as N4606 at Planes of Fame Jan 13, 2002.
				89469 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-3, as SNB-5 c 1954.  To N91245.  
				89470 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90249.
				89473 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC ApR 26, 1966.
					to Orange Coast Community College District, Costa Mesa, CA as N97475 
					May 1969.  Registration cancelled Jan 1988.  Fuselage marked N974?? noted
					at Aviation Warehouse, El Mirage,CA Feb 16, 2005 may be this aircraft.
				89475 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N31814.
				89477 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated TC-45J in 1962. Transferred to US Army as
					89477.  To MASDC in 1971.  To civil registry as N65189
				89479 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N4513P.
				89481 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To N5606
				89482 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  To N90233.
				89484 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1970 as IC232.
					Noted at MASDC Sep 1974.  To civil registry as N40093.    Noted at Bonanzaville Eagles Aircraft Field,
					Hector Field ANGB, Fargo, ND since 1993.
				89488 remanufactured by Beech as JRB-4, as SNB-5 c1954.  To N2213S.
				89491 remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c1954.  REdesignated UC-45J i 1962.  To N9733.
89493			Beech JRB-1
				Serial reassigned from cancelled SB2C-5 batch.  Remanufactured as JRB-2, as SNB-5 c1954.
					Redesignated UC-45J in 1962.  Transferred to US Army as 89493.  To MASDC in 1972.  To N2AP.  Still
					flying as N2AP.
89494			Beech JRB-5
				USAAF C-45F acquired by Navy as JRB-4 then modified to SNB-5 standards by Beech with new c/n N-1131.  
				Serial reassigned from cancelled SB2C-5 batch.  Later acquired by Army as C-45J 89494 in 1967.  To civil
				registry as N6322.