1908-1921 USASC-USAAS Serial Numbers


Last revised July 5, 2014



1			Wright Model A
				Formally accepted Aug 2, 1909.  By early 1911 was in poor condition, having been wrecked
				and rebuilt several times.  Retired May 4, 1911.  Now in Smithsonian Institution,
				Washington, DC.   Was not the same plane that crashed Sept 17, 1908, Ft. Myer, VA, killing Lt. Thomas
				B. Selfridge.  
2			Curtiss Model D
				Crashed at Ft Sam Houston, TX May 10, 1911.  Pilot George Kelly killed when he
				banked the plane to avoid an infantry encampment.  The aviation camp
				was renamed Camp Kelly in his honor.  Plane was rebuilt, finally grounded in
				Feb 1914, refurbished and put on display in Smithsonian NASM in
				Washington..
3/4			Wright Model B
				3 damaged beyond repair after engine failure Aug 28, 1913, Philippines.  Pilot OK
				4 crashed at College Park, MD Sep 28, 1912.  2 crew killed.
5			Burgess Model F
				c/n 25.  Wright Model B type, a twin pusher biplane built under license by 
				Burgess Company and Curtis.  Delivered to College Park, MD on October 10, 1911; moved 
				to Augusta, GA Winter 1911-1912; to College Park, MD Spring 1912; Texas City, TX early 
				1913; San Diego, CA Early Summer 1913. Taken out of service, with all of the Army 
				pusher type biplanes on Feb 24, 1914.
6			Curtiss Model E
7			Wright Model C
8			Curtiss Model E
9			Burgess H
				C/n H-34.  Burgess-Wright Model H.   Wright Model H type, built under license 
				by Burgess Company and Curtis.  Ordered Feb 10, 1912.    Delivered Jul 27, 1912. This 
				first military tractor was accepted at and flown from Marblehead by Lt. Hap Arnold, 
				it landed at Plymouth MA for repairs, next day on a water takeoff the aircraft stalled 
				at low altitude and was severely damaged.  The aircraft was repaired locally and 
				subsequently shipped to the Army Field at College Park, MD.  Taken out of service, with 
				all of the Army pusher type biplanes on Feb. 24, 1914.
10/14			Wright Model C
				10 wing collapsed and crashed into San Diego Bay Feb 9, 1914.  Pilot killed
				11 crashed in Texas City Jul 8, 1913.  Pilot killed.
				12 stalled and crashed in Manila Bay Nov 14, 1913.  Pilot Loren Call killed
				Another Wright C crashed on takeoff off Manila Sep 12, 1913
15			Curtiss Model F
				Crashed into San Diego Bay Apr 8, 1913.  One killed, one survived.  
				Quoted as a Model E with a composite hull.
16			Wright Model C
17			Burgess Model I
				C/n I-35.  Burgess Company and Curtis Model I Scout.  Ordered Jun 19, 1912, delivered 
				Jan 20, 1913.  Army flight instruction at Palm Beach, FL, then shipped to Manila, Philippine 
				Islands for scouting duty based at Corregidor. Served with the U.S. Army Coast Artillery units 
				based in and around Manila Bay. Equipped for two way radio communications, the 
				first such operational deployment in the U.S. Army.   Aborted takeoff and wrecked 
				off Corregidor Jan 12, 1915.  Pilot OK.
18			Burgess Model J
				c/n J-36.  Burgess Company and Curtis Model J Scout. Wright Model C type.  Ordered 1912. 
				Delivered Jan 1913.  On March 5, 1913 the Model J Scout #18 was assigned to Company A, First 
				Aero Squadron (the first air combat unit in the U.S. Army) at Texas City, TX. The Model J was 
				assigned to Lt. Moss L. Love who had learned to fly in the Philippines. Lt. Love and the Model J were 
				transferred to the Signal Corps Aviation School at North Island in San Diego, CA on June 6, 1913. 
				On September 4, 1913 Love was the tenth Army officer to lose his life in an aeroplane accident 
				when flying the Model J (Wright C Type) #18 attempting to qualify for his Military 
				Aviator Rating. He climbed to 2,000 feet and was descending in slow glide downward in a wide 
				turning pattern when at 300 feet he put on power but apparently stalled and dove straight into 
				the ground. This sequence of events was a Wright C characteristic that the 
				Army argued was a fault of the plane; with the Wright Company, who had the most to 
				lose, arguing it was the inadequate aviator training procedures. This and previous similar 
				accidents lead to the elimination of all Wright and Curtiss type pusher aircraft in the U.S. Army. 
				Love Field in Dallas, TX, a World War I airfield, and now a municipal airport was named for 
				Lt. Moss L. Love, U.S.A.
19/20			Wright D
				Decommissioned 2/24/1914
21/22			Curtiss Model G.
				Quoted as being S.C.21/S.C.22 with Signal Corps
				S.C.21 delivered Jun 12, 1914.  Operated in Hawaii and sold mid 1914.
				S.C.22 delivered Ded 1, 1913, condemned Oct 1914.
23			Curtiss Model E
24/28			Burgess Model H
				Burgess-Wright Model H. Wright Model H type, built under license by Burgess Company and Curtis.
				Ordered 10Feb12
 				S.C. 24	C/n H-40
 				S.C. 25	C/n H-41
 				S.C. 26	C/n H-42.  decommissioned 8/25/1915
 				S.C. 27	C/n H-43
 				S.C. 28	C/n H-44
29/30			Curtiss Model J
				29 had equal span wings, 30 had long span
				upper wings, ailerons on upper wings only.
				30 was prototype for JN-1
31/33			Martin T
				Martin Company Model T. Two-seat training biplane
34			Curtiss Model F
35			Curtiss Model N
36			Burgess-Dunne Tailless
				Burgess-Dunne Model BD-3, built under licence by Burgess Company
				Ordered Mar 1913. Delivered Dec 30, 1914 to San Diego, CA. In the spring 
				of 1915 the floats were removed and wheels installed then 
				assigned to U.S. Army Coast Artillery for fire control support.  
				Dropped from inventory Oct 18, 1916.
37/38			Martin TT
				Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
39			Wright Model F
40			Burgess tractor trainer
				Burgess Company Army Tractor Trainer. Tractor biplane designed by Grover Loening and Lt. 
				DeWitt Milling of the Army Aviation School at San Diego, CA built by Burgess Company to 
				U.S. Army design specifications.   Ordered  9an 9, 1915. Delivered March 3, 1915.
				Shipped to the Army Aviation School at San Diego it was accepted on March 31, 1915. 
				Its flight testing determined that it had ample power, the climb rate and range were good, 
				and it was stable directionally. The Curtiss Model S engine however was troublesome and the 
				aircraft tests had identified a number of negative characteristics: poor lateral control, 
				the rudder was too sensitive, and it was tail heavy with power on and nosed into a dive 
				with power off. The trainer was ultimately condemned and sold on September 18, 1916.
41/48			Curtiss JN-2
				41/44, 48 later fitted with JN-3 wings.
				41 wrecked in night landing Pearson, NM Mar 19, 1916.  Salvaged for parts
				42 dismantled and condemned in Mexico Apr 15, 1916.  Lower wings to 45.
				43 force landed west of Chihuahua, Mexico after engine failure Apr 19, 1916.  
					Burned to prevent capture.
				44 damaged on landing at San Geronimo, Mexico Apr 16 1916 and condemned
				45 condemned at Columbus, NM spring 1916
49			Curtiss Model F
50/51			Martin TT
				Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
52/53			Curtiss JN-3
				Similar to JN-2 but with extended upper wings.
				52 damaged in force landing near Ojito, Mexico Apr 14, 1916 and abandoned.
				53 condemned at Columbus, NM Spring 1916.
54/55			Martin TT
				Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
56/59			Martin S
				Martin Company Model S.  The Model S was 23-year-old Donald Douglas's first and 
				only design for the Martin company, and it set three world altitude records and 
				a flight duration record that stood for three years.  Assigned to the first U.S. aviation 
				unit based overseas, the 1st Company, 2nd Aero Squadron at Fort Mills, Corregidor, 
				in March and April 1916, where they used a radio transmitter with a range of 29 miles 
				to adjust battery fire for the Coast Artillery.
				56 destroyed 6/26/1916.
60/63			Curtiss N-8
				Based on JN-3 and fitted with OX-2 engine.
64/67			Sturdevant Model S-2
				Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-2 advanced tractor trainer landplanes.  Order cancelled
64/75			Curtiss R-2
76/81			Curtiss JN-4
82/84			Sloan/Standard H-2
85/93			Sloan/Standard H-3
94/95			Martin S
				The Model S was 23-year-old Donald Douglas's first and only design for the Martin 
				company, and it set three world altitude records and a flight duration record that 
				stood for three years.  Assigned to the first U.S. aviation unit based overseas, 
				the 1st Company, 2nd Aero Squadron at Fort Mills, Corregidor, in March and April 
				1916, where they used a radio transmitter with a range of 29 miles to adjust battery 
				fire for the Coast Artillery.
96/101			Martin TT
				Martin Company Model TT. Two-seat training biplane
102/107			Curtiss Twin JN
108/109			Wright/Martin Model R
110/111			Sturtevant Model S
				Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-2 advanced tractor trainer landplanes
				S.C. 110	Ordered Jul16. First flight 18Sep16. 
				These two aircraft were sent in 1916 to the Signal Corps Aviation School in San 
				Diego, CA. They were transferred in early 1917 to the 1st Aero Squadron at Columbus, 
				NM to reinforce the observation and reconnaissance capabilities 
				of the U.S. Armyís campaign in Mexico.  The cross border incursion was in 
				reaction to the March 9, 1916 attack by the troops of Mexican revolutionary Francisco 
				(Pancho) Villa on the then defense-less border town of Columbus where 
				9 American civilians and 8 U.S. soldiers were killed.  The pacification campaign 
				in Northern Mexico continued through the spring of 1917 right up to the United 
				Statesí entry into WW1.
112/113			LWF Model V
114/115			Thomas D-5
116/117			Pigeon Fraser Scout
				116 delivered to Langley Field Sep 1917.  To McCook Field for testing.
					Flown until the structure gave away.
				117 delivered to Langley Field Nov 1917.  To McCook Field for testing.
					Crashed soon after taking off on its first flight, killing the pilot.
				Third prototype cancelled before completion, but was built and
					put in storage.  Discovered in 1961 and restored and put on
					display at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, NY.
118/119			Christofferson
				Contract cancelled
120/125			Curtiss JN-4
126/129			Sturtevant S-4
				Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-4 tractor landplanes.  Ordered Jan 1917
130/135			Curtiss JN-4
136			Burgess Dunne H
				Burgess-Dunne Model BD-10, built under licence by Burgess Company
				Special BD Model planned to be used for remote controlled torpedo experiments 
				developed by John Hays Hammond of Gloucester.  Ordered September 27, 1916.  
				Order cancelled on June 18, 1917.  The mission was eventually accomplished 
				by the assignment of an Army Curtiss R-4
137/140			Standard H-3
141/176			Curtiss JN-4B
177/192			Curtiss R-4
193/210			Standard S1/J1
211/228			Sturtevant S-4
				Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model S-4 tractor landplanes.  Ordered Jan 1917.
				214 and 215 delivered, 216/228 cancelled.
229/264			Curtiss JN-4B
265/270			Aeromarine M-1
271/276			Burgess BP
				Burgess Company Model BP Trainer.  Ordered 1Nov 1916. First flight Feb 1917. 
				Delivered May 1917 to Oct 1917 to Mineola, NY.   These aircraft did not pass Army 
				acceptance testing and were used as static aircraft for Army mechanics and aviator ground 
				schools. Problems stated were stiff controls and poor visibility for the instructor 
				and student aviator. It was also reported that the Commanding Officer at Mineola didnít 
				think the Model BP was sturdy enough to be stress tested in the air. Interesting considering 
				the companyís reputation for strongly built and rugged construction and the fact there was no 
				known accident caused by a Burgessís aircraft structural failure.
277/280			Sturtevant B
				Sturtevant Aeroplane Company Model B-2 sesquiplane tractor.  All but 277 cancelled.
				Flight testing by Tex Millman at Squantum on March 20, 1917 resulted in a crash due 
				to flight instability and loss of rudder control at an altitude of 100 feet. The aircraft was 
				destroyed although it was recognized by the Army observers that the steel frame construction 
				of the aircraft saved the pilotís life. Tex Millman escaped with minor injuries. 
				The order for three additional pursuit aircraft was cancelled.
281/316			Curtiss R-4
317			NY/NG Sloane
318/319			Curtiss JN-4
320/321			Heinrich Training
322/325			Curtiss S-3
326/329			Thomas Pursuit
330/331			Martin TT
				Martin Model TT.  Two-seat training biplane.
332/363			Burgess TH
				Burgess Company Model Twin Hydro.   Ordered Dec 4, 1916
				332 first flight Aug 1, 1917. Delivered Aug 1917. 
				First twin hydro was accepted by the U.S. Army in August and as a result of a an ongoing 
				review of the Army aviation the coastal defense mission had changed resulting in the 
				cancellation of the 31 remaining twin hydros. The single aircraft that was completed 
				was transferred to the U.S. Navy at the submarine base at New London, CT where it was 
				used for anti-submarine warfare tests.  
				333/363 were cancelled.
364/395			Standard TH-D
				All but 364 cancelled.
396/411			Curtiss H-14
				Cancelled and transferred to Navy as HS-1
412/427			Aeromarine TH
				Contract cancelled.  There is a reference to 408/427 being allocated to
					Curtiss JN-4
428			Curtiss Twin JN
429/432			Gallaudet D-2
				There is a reference to 429/442 being Curtiss N-9.  Need more info.
433/446			Curtiss N-9
				Based on JN-4B and fitted with OXX engine, single float, and wing extensions similar to N-8
				441/446 cancelled.  There is a reference to 443/446 being allocated to 
					Curtiss JN-4.
447/467			LWF Model V
				Aerofiles has this sequence starting with 446, but this conflicts with Curtiss N-9
468			Curtiss JN-4
469			Curtiss R-4
470			Curtiss Twin JN
				Cancelled contract
471/472			Curtiss JN-4C
473			Curtiss L-1
474			Curtiss X-1
475			Curtiss L-2
476/491			Thomas TH
				Cancelled contract	
492/503			Curtiss S-6
				493/503 cancelled
504			Curtiss R-3
505/521			Curtiss R-6
				509/521 cancelled, diverted to US Navy
522/533			Wright-Martin R
534/535			Verville Pusher
536/537			Boeing EA
				c/n 4, 5
538			J.V. Martin Cruising Tractor
539/540			Victor (Heinrich) Advanced Trainer
541/556			Curtiss JN-4A
				Four aircraft in this batch built as JN-4B.
557/1056		Curtiss JN-4D
				Contract cancelled.
557/1056		Standard J-1
				556/956 cancelled.   There is a reference to 682/699 being allocated to 
					Curtiss JN-4.   Bowers and Aerofiles have 705 being an LWF Type V
1057/1656		Curtiss JN-4A
				1200/1212 to JN-4C. 
				1283/1300 to JN-4D.  
				1301/1309 to JN-4C.  
				1072 to civil registry as NC2310
				1078 to civil registry as NC2088
				1107 to civil registry as NC659
				1115 to civil registry as NC4972
				1121 to civil registry as NC4569
				1133 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 2, 1918
				1134 to civil registry as NC4153
				1134 to civil registry as NC4153
				1147 to civil registry as NC4151
				1151 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 7, 1918
				1152 to civil registry as NC5054
				1161 to civil registry as NC3883
				1174 to civil registry as NC4134
				1245 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jul 25, 1918
				1262 to McCook Field as P5.  To AMTS at St Paul, MN May 17, 1918
				1282 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 16, 1918
				1294 crashed near West Point, MS Aug 28, 1918
				1302 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1613 and crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 10, 1918
				1305 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Mar 6, 1918
				1312 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Mar 28, 1918
				1315 crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 22, 1918
				1320 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1329 and crashed 7 mi from Mineola, NY May 8, 1918.
				1327 to JN-4D.  Crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 17, 1918
				1329 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1320 and crashed 7 mi from Mineola, NY May 8, 1918
				1393 to JN-4D.  Crashed 3 mi E of gunnery range, Ellington Field, TX Jun 11, 1918
				1405 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 24, 1918
				1436 crashed 1 mi SW of Von Ormy, TX Aug 6, 1918
				1456 crashed at Love Field, TX Jan 5, 1918
				1491 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 29, 1918
				1494 crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 27, 1918
				1500 w/o in landing accident at Wilbur Wright Field, OH May 1, 1918
				1508 crashed 3 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Sep 12, 1918
				1512 crashed near Kelly Field, TX May 11, 1918
				1517 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Feb 27, 1918
				1526 crashed near Ellington Field, TX Apr 4, 1918
				1527 to McCook Field as P19.
				1530 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1594 and crashed near Ellington Field, TX Apr 1, 1918
				1555 to McCook Field as P3.  Salvaged at Wright, sold to Johnson
				1556 crashed in Waco, TX Jan 18, 1918
				1557 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Mar 8, 1918
				1558 crashed at Beeville, TX Aug 11, 1918
				1594 to JN-4D.  In Midair collision with 1530 and crashed near Ellington Field, TX Apr 1, 1918
				1595 crashed at Park Field, Millington, TN Jun 20, 1918
				1609 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 26, 1918
				1613 to JN-4D.  In midair collision with 1302 and crashed near Kelly Field, TX Apr 10, 1918
				1617 w/o in takeoff accident at Kelly Field, TX Jan 8, 1918
				1621 to McCook Field as P2 May 1918
				1651 crashed at Kelly Field, TX Apr 9, 1918
				1652 w/o in forced landing near Kelly Field, TX Jul 2, 1918
				1655 crashed near Kelly Field, TX Jan 25, 1918
1657/2156		Curtiss JN-4D
				Licence built by Dayton-Wright.  All cancelled
1668			Avro 504K
				Ex RAF D9038 used by AEF as trainer in France
1657/2056		Standard J-1
				2305/2403 were SJ-1.  Conflict here, perhaps were reassigned from cancelled JN-4D batch.
				1690 (150th Aero Squadron) collided with 1697 and crashed 6 mi from Rich Field, TX May 25, 1918
				1697 (150th Aero Squadron) collided with 1690 and crashed 6 mi from Rich Field, TX May 25, 1918
				1766 crashed on takeoff from Eberts Field, AR Jun 10, 1918.
				1918 w/o at March Field, CA Aug 2, 1918.
2157/2192		Curtiss R-4
				2158/2192 cancelled
2193/2264		Curtiss R-6
				contract cancelled.
2265/2266		Curtiss JN-4
2267			LWF F-7
2268/2304		LWF Model V 
2305/2354		Cancelled contract
2355/2404		Standard SJ-1
				2325 to NC1205
				2337 to NC599K
				2383 to NC3117
2405/2454		Curtiss JN-4D
				License built by Fowler
				2421 (c/n 553) in Museum of Science and Industry.  Not sure if it is genuine.
				2426 to civil registry as NC3811
				2443 to civil registry as NC183
2455/2504		Thomas Morse S-4
				Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to 2455/2508, 2519/2524 as being 
					allocated to Curtiss JN-4D.
2505			LWF F
2506			LWF G
				To McCook Field as P8, condemned and burned Apr 5, 1918
2507/2524		LWF V
				Aerofiles and Bowers have these as being 2509/2518
2525/3924		Curtiss JN-4D
				2528 to civil registry as NC4069
				2535 to civil registry as NC2631
				2625 to civil registry as NC5968
				2678 to civil registry as NC2773
				2722 to civil registry as NC6909
				2727 to civil registry as NC1128
				2784 to civil registry as NC1884
				2795 crashed Apr 9 1919 at Langley Field, Virginia
				2805 at USAF Museum, WPAFB.
				2808 to civil registry as NC778
				2881 to civil registry as NC5929
				2883 to civil registry as NC1583
				2942 to civil registry as NC5753
				2955 to civil registry as NC5269
				2957 to civil registry as NC4801
				2962 to civil registry as NC2474
				2975 (c/n 450) on display at Virginia Aviation Museum on loan from owner.
				2994 to civil registry as NC6901
				3029 to civil registry as NC1833
				3030 to civil registry as NC5190
				3034 to civil registry as NC5114
				3044 to civil registry as NC1350
				3046 to civil registry as NC308
				3061 to civil registry as NC4061
				3123 to civil registry as NC1215
				3137 to civil registry as NC3078
				3149 to civil registry as NC154
				3161 to civil registry as NC189
				3213 to civil registry as NC1715
				3227 to civil registry as NC4292
				3233 to civil registry as NC560M
				3240 to civil registry as NC2560
				3246 to civil registry as NC3354
				3259 to civil registry as NC5775
				3281 to civil registry as NC1082
				3291 to civil registry as NC1235
				3334 to civil registry as NC1371
				3410 to civil registry as NC4295
				3413 to civil registry as NC1217
				3414 to civil registry as NC778
				3428 to civil registry as NC3589
				3443 to civil registry as NC5362
				3457 to civil registry as NC845
				3525 to civil registry as NC3662
				3526 to civil registry as NC153
				3531 to civil registry as NC2893
				3539 to civil registry as NC957
				3545 to CF-AFW
				3562 to civil registry as NC1960
				3563 to civil registry as NC3271
				3586 to civil registry as NC1818
				3588 to civil registry as NC3719
				3600 to civil registry as NC2817
				3603 to civil registry as NC4627
				3608 to civil registry as NC4617
				3610 to civil registry as NC3896
				3622 to civil registry as NC1195
				3627 to civil registry as NC3426
				3629 to civil registry as NC2520
				3634 to civil registry as NC2741
				3637 to civil registry as NC5014
				3640 to civil registry as NC3325
				3662 to civil registry as NC1979
				3676 to civil registry as NC6905
				3678 to civil registry as NC2726
				3681 to civil registry as NC5826
				3706 to civil registry as NC2755
				3712 to civil registry as NC2939
				3725 to civil registry as NC4757
				3728 to civil registry as NC6512
				3730 to civil registry as NC3972
				3742 to civil registry as NC248K
				3775 to civil registry as NC4211
				3801 to civil registry as NC3591
				3809 to civil registry as NC4199
				3811 to civil registry as NC488E
				3816 to civil registry as NC5928
				3817 to civil registry as NC2588
				3839 to civil registry as NC126
				3853 to civil registry as NC5921
				3887 to civil registry as NC142E
				3898 to civil registry as NC1834
				3919 to civil registry as NC3918
3925			Curtiss JN-4A
3926/3975		Thomas Morse S-4
				Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to these numbers being applied
					to Curtiss JN-4D.
				3973 imported into Canada Jun 23, 1998 and registered as C-GDCX
3976/4075		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by Liberty Iron Works
				3956 to civil registry as NC323
				3990 to civil registry as NC2424
				4002 to civil registry as NC1501
				4048 to civil registry as NC1639
				4049 to civil registry as NC3630
				4067 to civil registry as NC6875
				4072 to civil registry as NC3769
				4074 to civil registry as NC2969
4076/4275		Curtiss JN-4D
				Licence built by Liberty Iron Works.  All cancelled.
4276/4375		Thomas-Morse S-4B
				4328 at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, New York State
				4330 to civil registry as NC1425
				4334 to civil registry as NC115
				4355 to McCook Field as P26
4376/4975			Standard SJ-1
				4376/4475 cancelled.
				4476 to NC2362
				4495 to NC1226
				4532 to NC5053
				4554 to NC4048
				4579 to NC3304
				4627 to NC1094
				4717 to NC5663
				4748 to NC5337
				4751 to NC839
				4763 to NC2665
				4768 to NC1106
				4822 to NC1157
				4840 to NC1340
				4878 to NC939
				4886 to NC554K
				4887 to N-CACH, then G-CACH
				4932 to NC2521
				4944 to NC3280
4976/5375		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by Springfield
				4983 on display at Udvar-Hazy Center of National Air And Space Museum.
				4994 to civil registry as NC298
				4996 to civil registry as NC3548
				4997 to civil registry as NC854
				5000 to civil registry as NC1195
				5001 to civil registry as NC1870
				5002 to civil registry as NC4800.  Acquired by the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of
					Utah for Hill Aerospace Museum from the estate of Jim Nisen.  He had bought the
					remains of the Jenny in 1958 and spent years restoring it to airworthiness.
					Made its first post-restoration flight in April 1976.  Made its public debut in
					May 1976 at Watsonville Antique Fly-In in California.  Made occassional 
					appearance around Northern California, the last being at Porterville in non-flying
					condition in August 1996.
				5010 to civil registry as NC2785
				5019 to civil registry as NC2004
				5020 to civil registry as NC338
				5059 to civil registry as NC2209
				5060 to civil registry as NC3035
				5063 to civil registry as NC159
				5090 to civil registry as NC6840
				5100 to civil registry as NC739
				5109 to civil registry as NC1098
				5111 to civil registry as NC241
				5112 to civil registry as NC4491
				5122 to civil registry as NC2151
				5126 to civil registry as NC135
				5135 to civil registry as NC1700
				5146 to civil registry as NC330
				5149 to civil registry as NC2992
				5170 to civil registry as NC2000
				5191 to civil registry as NC5653
				5192 to civil registry as NC5145
				5196 to civil registry as NC3240 
				5212 to civil registry as NC2628
				5213 to civil registry as NC182
				5217 to civil registry as NC324
				5219 to civil registry as NC6604
				5220 to civil registry as NC1744
				5222 to civil registry as NC4372
				5227 to civil registry as NC5097
				5273 to civil registry as NC5096
				5300 to civil registry as NC507
				5309 to civil registry as NC2500
				5313 to civil registry as NC603
				5324 to civil registry as NC2892
				5335 to civil registry as NC6902
				5340 to civil registry as NC301
				5352 to civil registry as NC1837
				5355 to civil registry as NC328
				5356 to civil registry as NC1041
				5360 to civil registry as NC2404
				5365 to civil registry as NC4059
				5366 to civil registry as NC1190
				5372 to civil registry as NC2818
5376/8375		SPAD 13
				Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to numbers 5376/9293 being allocated
					to Curtiss JN-4D.
					8450 to civil registry as NC5019
					8473 to civil registry as NC2373
					8565 to civil registry as NC1481
				I have a reference to 7795 being a Fokker D.VII (ex-German D7795/18) which collided with a
					NBS-1 69491 (not sure of this number) over Langley Field, VA Dec 6 1922.  6 killed. 
8376/8875		Caproni CA-4
				contract cancelled
8876/9275		Standard SJ-1
				contract cancelled.  Believe that some were built, however
				9111 to NC701
				9241 to NC3460
9276/11275		de Havilland DH-9
				contract cancelled.
11276/12775		Martinsyde F-3
				contract cancelled.
12776/12875		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by USAC
12876			Curtiss JN-4D
				Shipped to McCook Field May 1918 as P4
12877/12894		LWF Model V-1 
				Aerofiles has these as being 12883/12895, Bowers as 12883/12894.
12895			LWF Model V-2
12896/19896		Cancelled contracts
19897/19902		Vought VE-7
				19897 to McCook Field as P23
				19898 to McCook Field as P22.
				19899 to McCook Field as P58
				19900 to McCook Field as P39
				19901 to McCook Field as P46
				19902 to McCook Field as P73
19903/22402		Cancelled contracts
				21959 (c/n A15101) was reported in 1988 as a DH-4 in NASM, Washington, DC
22403/22803		Standard J-1
				22455 to G-CACA
				22461 to NC191
				22507 crashed at Taylor Field, AL May 31, 1918
				22509 (16th OS) crashed between O'Fallon and Lebanon, Illinois Dec 8, 1923.
				22557 to NC1204
				22559 to NC3733
				22610 to NC1155
				22641 to NC1433
				22677 to NC4095
				22684 to NC2190
				22692 at National Museum of USAF.
				22693 rebuilt by Curtiss with JN-4B type nose and OX-5 engine
				22712 to NC125
				22734 to NC1941
				22763 to NC4369
				22773 to NC3311
				22791 to NC4823

22864/22884		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				22856 to McCook Field as P125.  Crashed at Atlantic City, NJ Jul 19, 1920
				22864 converted to DH-4M-2S
				22884 converted to XCO-7 static test airframe.

22886/23109		Boeing DH-4M-1
				22909 to McCook Field as P160
				23000 converted to DH-4M-1T.
				23075 to McCook Field as P109
				23109 converted to XCO-7A.   To McCook Field as P332

23130 		DH-4
			crashed Nov 9 1918 Langley Field, Virginia

23163/23330		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				23163 Atlantic XCO-8.  At McCook Field as P369.
				23196, 23201 converted to DH-4M-2K

23340			Boeing DH-4M-1

23369			DH-4
				To McCook Field as P126

23381/23410		Atlantic DH-4M-2

23406			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
				converted to DH-4M-2T
				(conflict here)

23420			DH-4
				To McCook Field as P334.  Surveyed Sep 19, 1924
				
23423			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Dayton-Wright/Fisher.
				converted to DH-4M-2T

23425/23427		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
				23425, 23427 converted to DH-4M-2T

23432			DH-4
				To McCook Field as P76
				
23447			Boeing DH-4M-1

23458			DH-4B
			crashed on takeoff at Knoxville, Tennessee Dec 11, 1929.

23459/23463		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by ?
				23460, 23463 converted to DH-4BP-1

23467/23471		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by ?
				23467 converted to DH-4BP-1
23472/23514		Curtiss JN-4D
				23473/23480, 23485, 23486, 23488/23490, 23493, 23494
					converted to JNSI
				23492 converted to JN-4H.  Later became JNS

23515/23524		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by ?

23532/23551		Curtiss JN-4D
				23532/23537, 23539/23551 converted to JNSI
23552			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by ?

23570			Boeing DH-4M-1

23574			Boeing DH-4M-1

23578/23579		Boeing DH-4M-1

23609/23629		Atlantic DH-4M-2
		
23660/23674		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Gallaudet

23683			Atlantic DH-4M-2

23685/23688		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				23685, 23688 converted to DH-4M-2T

23699			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Cox-Klemm

23702			Atlantic DH-4M-2
				converted to DH-4M-2T
23703			DH-4M-2T

23707			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by ?
23708			DH-4M-2T
23709/23715		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Cox-Klemm
23716/23725		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				23716, 23717, 23722, 23723, 23725 converted to DH-4M-2T
23726			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Thomas-Morse and Witteman

23730			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Thomas-Morse and Witteman

23732			Atlantic DH-4M-2
				converted to DH-4M-2T

23738			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Thomas-Morse and Witteman

23740/23743		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				converted to DH-4M-2T
23744			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Thomas-Morse and Witteman

23751/23757		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				23751, 23757 converted to DH-4M-2T
23758			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Thomas-Morse and Witteman

23766/23774		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				23766, 23744converted to DH-4M-2T

23894 				Boeing DH-4M1
				To McCook Field as P390
				
23942/23947		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				23947 w/o in landing accident at Fort Creek, NE May 31, 1924.

23961 		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				crashed 3 mi SW of Eglin, Oklahoma Mar 5, 1920.

24056/24170		Curtiss JN-4D
				24152/24161, 24164/24166,24170 converted to JN-4H
				24155 converted to JN-4H and then to JNS
				24157 became JNH
				24103, 24105, 24134, 24135, 24140/24143, 24148,
					24163 converted to JNSI
				24111 to McCook Field as P336
				24135 to McCook Field as P122
24171/24304		Boeing DH-4M-1
				(conflict here)
				24180, 24185, 24304 converted to DH-4M-1T.
24247/24253		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Dayton-Wright/Fisher.
				24247, 24250,24253 to DH-4B-4
				24224 used by US Postal Department for mail services
				24227 used by US Postal Department for mail services
				24239 used by US Postal Department for mail services.
				24247 to McCook Field as P359

24301				Boeing DH-4M-1
				To McCook Field as P371

24318/24330		Boeing DH-4M-1
				24318 converted to DH-4M-1T

24427			DH-4B
			crashed at Kelly Field, Texans May 29, 1924.

24437			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Dayton-Wright/Fisher

24451/24454		Boeing XCO-7B
				DH-4 version

25107			DH-4B-4

25131			DH-4BM-1

25445			DH-4BM

25447			DH-4H

25804			Standard JR-1
25805/25806		Thomas-Morse MB-2
25807/25808		Orenco D
25809/29058		Cancelled contracts
29059/33058		de Havilland DH-9
				contract cancelled

29105/29124		Curtiss JN-4D
29125			Boeing DH-4M-1

29129			Atlantic DH-4M-2
29133			Boeing DH-4M-1
29134/29135		Atlantic DH-4M-2
29136			Boeing DH-4M-1

29138			Boeing DH-4M-1
29139/29153		Atlantic DH-4M-2
			29150 force landed 70 mi N of Pope Field, North Carolina Ap4 9, 1920.
29154			Boeing DH-4M-1

29160/30058		cancelled contracts for DH-4

29183			Boeing DH-4M-1
29184/29210		Curtiss JN-4D

30059/33058		DH-4s by various manufacturers
				30060	DH-4M-2P
				30063/30099	DH-4M-2T
				30066	DH-4M-2P.  With 43 Sch Sqn wo/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Feb 7, 1930
				30099 DH-4M-2 with 46 Sch Sqn crashed 2 1/2 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Nov 5, 1929.
				30130 to McCook Field as P78.
				30131	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashlanded 3 mi N of Barstow, CA Oct 7, 1929
				30135	Boeing DH-4M-1
				30210 Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 46 Sch Sqn, damaged in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 28, 1928
				30248	Boeing DH-4M-1
				30251	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  With 46 Sch Sqn, crashed at Brooks Field, TX Dec 5, 1928
				30280	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				30284 (18 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Wainamalo Gunnery Range, HI Oct 1, 1930
				30355/30360	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					30355 converted to DH-4M-2K.  With 42 Sch Sqn, crashed 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Apr 7, 1931
				30422	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 1 1/2 mi E of March Field, CA Dec 20, 1028
				30433	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involved in midair collision over Cajon Pass, CA Feb 21, 1929
				30443	Boeing DH-4M-1
				30446	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Forcelanded 1/2 mi W of Louise, TX Mar 3, 1928
				30452	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					converted to DH-4M-2K
				30456	Boeing DH-4M-1
				30459/30479	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				30459 converted to DH-4M-2K
				30469 DH-4M-2 with 68 Svc Sqn w/o in landing accident at Bayside, TX Sep 9, 1930
				30479 to McCook Field as P433
				30517	Boeing DH-4M-1
				30520	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 46 Sch Sqn crashed near Elmendorf, TX Apr 4, 1929
				30590 to McCook Field as P92
				30607	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					converted to DH-4M-2P
				30632 to McCook Field as P102
				30640	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					converted to DH-4M-2K.  Crashed offshore of Langley Field, VA Aug 28, 1928
				30708	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T. W/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 11, 1926
				30723 to McCook Field as P82
				30727 to McCook Field as P91
				30731/30917	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					30731, 30752, 30805, 30812, 30813, 30880, 30892, 30917 converted to DH-4M-2P
					30731 converted to DH-4M-2P.  Damaged in takeoff accident at Marshall, OK Apr 16, 1926
					30752 converted to DH-4M-2P.  Crashed at Benavides, TX Mar 9, 1929
					30753 w/o in forced landing at Cold Stream Golf Club, Hempstead, NY Jun 22, 1926
					30800 (68 Svc Sqn) forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Ringgold Airport, TX Aug 19, 1931
					30805 converted to DH-4M-2P. to McCook Field as P425.  W/o in forced landing at Gulf, TX Oct 5, 1929
					30807 crashed 2 mi SW of Somerset, TX Jul 25, 1930
					30817 (47 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Feb 19, 1930
					30846 to McCook Field as P105
					30855 to McCook Field as P93
					30859 crashed 2 mi SW of Chanute Field, IL Dec 22, 1926.
					30875 ditched offshort of CGAS Island Beach, NJ Mar 5, 1927
					30880 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 70 Svc Sqn w/o in forced landing at Eagle Rock, CA Apr 23, 1929
					30894 to McCook Field as P81
					30913 to McCook Field as P94. w/o at Mitchell Field, NY Aug 11, 1920
				30954	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				30980	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31082	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in landing accident at Gonzales, TX Jun 8, 1926
				31084/31167	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					31084, 31095, 31159, 31167 converted to DH-4M-2P
					31108 to McCook Field as P56.  Wrecked Detroit, MI Apr 24, 1920
					31164 w/o at Scarborought, ME Jul 19, 1928
				31184	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31200	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31202	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in forced landing at Oceanside, CA Oct 20, 1928
				31205	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o 4 mi SE of March Field, California Nov 7, 1929
				31214	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31216	Boeing DH-4M-1.   Converted to XCO-7B.  To McCook Field as P368
				31219 w/o just out of Scott Field, IL Nov 28, 1926
				31220	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31231	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  Converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 91 OS, crashed into San Francisco Bay, CA
					Mar 26, 1928
				31242	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 1 1/2 mi SE of Camp Stanley Airdrome, TX Feb 16, 1927
				31246	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				31258 crashed 6 mi W of Gettysburg, PA Dec 1, 1925.
				31260	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31262	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31265	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31271	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed on takeoff at Santa Barbara Airport, CA Jun 22, 1929
				31274	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 80 Svc Sqn, crashed into San Francisco Bay, CA Jun 14, 1931
				31287	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Forcelanded 4 mi W of Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1928
				31298	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 41 Sch Sqn w/o in forced landing at Halsted, TX Aug 22, 1925
				31301	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 4 OS w/o in forced landing at Wainamalo, HI Nov 19, 1928.
				31306/31307	Boeing DH-4M-1
					31306 converted to DH-4M-1T
					31307 crashed 4 mi SE of March Field, CA Nov 7, 1929
				31318	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31329 crashlanded 3 mi NE of Palestine, TX Jun 24, 1927
				31345	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 72 BS, w/o in landing accident at Kahuku Point, HI Sep 2, 1926
				31366	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  With 5 OS, forcelanded on beach 5 mi E of High Hill, Long Island, NY Nov 17, 1927.
				31368	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in forced landing at Waimanalo Gunner Range, HI Mar 14, 1929
				31377	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					converted to DH-4M-2P
				31382	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31386	Boeing DH-4M-1.  To McCook Field as P393
				31391	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31412	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31425	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 1 mi E of Mitchell Lake, TX May 1, 1929
				31450	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31483	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 23 BS w/o in forced landing between Wahiawa and Haleiwa, HI Aug 20, 1930
				31497/31498	Boeing DH-4M-1
					31497 w/o in landing accident at Yturri Field, TX Jan 14, 1928
					31498 crashed 10 mi SE of March Field, CA Aug 13, 1928
				31556	Atlantic DH-4M-2 converted to DH-4M-2A
				31561	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31568	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31575	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  WSith TN NG, crashed at Langley Field, VA Jun 25, 1927.
				31624/31690	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					31624, 31627, 31638, 31639 converted to DH-4M-2P
					31629, 31656, 31666 converted to DH-4M-2A
					31624 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 64 Sch Sqn, crashed 2 mi NW of Cementville, TX Aug 7, 1929
					31632 (42 Sch Sqn) w/o at Crystal City, TX Apr 1, 1929
					31638 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 7 OS, crashed at Fort Randolph, CZ Jun 7, 1930
					31639 converted to DH-4M-2P.  With 117 OS, damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Apr 12, 1929.  
					31656 forcelanded 5 1/2 mi SW of Odessa, MO Sep 22, 1926
					31666 converted to DH-4M-2K.  Damaged at Abgbeville, AL Apr 30, 1929
					31690 damaged in forced landing at Marbury, AL Nov 13, 1925.
				31715	Boeing DH-4M-1
				31756/31807	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					31756 crashed at Nixon, TX Mar 6, 1926
					31792 ditched into Mississippi River, 3 mi N of Jefferson Barracks, MO Jan 7, 1926
					31803 (42 Sch Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Camp Stanley, TX Aug 23, 1928
					31807 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 5 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Apr 16, 1930
				31820	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				31827	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  Crashed 5 mi S of Brooks Field, TX May 7, 1930
				31829	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				31835	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 47 Sch Sqn damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Feb 19, 1930
				31839 to McCook Field as P428
				31844	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				31850	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				31856	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  W/o in takeoff accident at Edsons, AL Feb 14, 1927
				31858	Atlantic DH-4M-2.  To McCook Field as P426.  With 68 Svc Sqn, crashed 15 mi S of Aguilares, 
					TX Dec 2, 1928
				31871/31886	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					31871 to McCook Field as P427
					31886 (43 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at El Dorado, AR Jul 7, 1927
				31912 forcelanded 2 mi E of Grandville, MD Sep 18, 1926
				31919	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  W/o in forced landing at Torbert, TX Jul 23, 1927
				31929/31936	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					31929 converted to DH-4M-2A
					31935 crashed on takeoff at Ashburn Field, Chicago, IL Apr 28, 1927
					31936 (52 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing at Tulia, TX Dec 27 1930
				31940/31949	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				31955	Atlantic DH-4M-2
					converted to DH-4M-2P.  To McCook Field as P436.  With 90 AS, crashed at Galveston Country
					Club golf Course, TX shortly after takeoff Feb 18, 1929.
				31956	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				31958	Atlantic DH-4M-2
				32033 to McCook Field as P31
				32071 to McCook Field as P21.  Wrecked at Erie, PA Jan 20, 1919
				32087	Boeing DH-4M-1	
				32093	Boeing DH-4M-1	
				32104	Boeing DH-4M-1. With 13 HQ Sqn, damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Jun 7, 1928
				32172	Boeing DH-4M-1. With 23rd BS, ditched at Pearl Harbor, HI Dec 24, 1929
				32188	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed at Douglas, AZ May 30, 1928
				32205	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32247	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Damaged in forced landing at Kahuka Ranch, Hawaii Jan 5, 1929
				32319	Boeing DH-4M-1.  To McCook Field as P363.  W/o Nov 12, 1926, at unknown location.
				32321 to McCook Field as P35.  Salvaged Oct 21, 1920
				32341 to McCook Field as P34.  Salvaged Apr 1, 1921
				32344 to McCook Field as P15, P49.  Surveyed Apr 25, 1919
				32377	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed 2 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Dec 12, 1925
				32404 (9 Aero Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Venice, CA Mar 5, 1920
				32461	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  Damaged in taxiing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jan 24, 1928
				32466 (9 Aero Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Calexico, CA Feb 27, 1920
				32476	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  To McCook Field as P392
				32481 involved in midair collision with P-1F 28-47 and crash landed at March Field, CA Dec 3, 1929 and w/o
				32512	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed on takeoff at March Field, CA Jul 19, 1929
				32530	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Force landed 1 mi NW of Marble Falls, TX Aug 18, 1925
				32538	Boeing DH-4M-1	
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  With 13 HQ Sqn damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Jun 7, 1928
				32562 forcelanded at Bolling Field, DC Apr 22, 1920
				32578	Boeing DH-4M-1	
				32703	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				32733/32734	Boeing DH-4M-1
					32733 converted to DH-4M-1T
				32739	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involved in midair collision and crashe at Wahiawa, HI Sep 2, 1927
				32752	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32772	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32807	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32814/32815	Boeing DH-4M-1
					32814 forcelanded 1 mi W of Niles, OH Jun 12, 1927.
					32815 converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed on takeoff at Hensley Field, TX Jun 21, 1930.
				32833	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32835 damaged in landing accident at Camp Stanley, TX Feb 9, 1927
				32847	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 6 PS/18 PG, crashed on takeoff at Wheeler Field, Hawaii Jeb 1, 1929.
				32855	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32856 crashed on takeoff at Luke Field, Hawaii Jul 9, 1929
				32857	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 47 Sch Sqn, w/o in forced landing 2 mi N of El Cajon, CA Feb 6, 1930.
				32862	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				32879	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T.  Crashed 2 1/2 mi W of Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1928
				32888	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32890	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32894	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32901	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				32903	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				32920	Boeing DH-4M-1.  With 16th Sch Sqn damaged in taxiing accident at Kelly Field, TX Feb 18, 1926
				32932	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involved in midair collision and crashed 25 mi N of Victorville, CA Feb 21, 1929
				32951	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32956/32957	Boeing DH-4M-1
					32957 crashed at Oceanside, CA Jun 18, 1928
				32975	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Involived in midair collision and crashed 8 m W of San Antonio, TX Jan 7, 1927
				32984	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashelanded at Waimanalo Gunnery Range, HI May 2, 1927
				32994	Boeing DH-4M-1
				32996	Boeing DH-4M-1.  W/o in forced landing at Bennett's Creek, VA Oct 28, 1925
				32998	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 15 mi E of March Field, CA Aug 24, 1928
				33006	Boeing DH-4M-1
					converted to DH-4M-1T
				33027	Boeing DH-4M-1.  Crashed 2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Nov 15, 1926
				33049	Boeing DH-4M-1
33059/33458		Standard SJ-1
				contract cancelled
33459/33461		Loening Steel Fighter
				contract cancelled
33462/33761		Breese Penguin
33762			Curtiss JNS
				Started life as JN-4D before conversion to JNS
33763/33768		Orenco B/C
				33763 to McCook Field as P48.  Surveyed May 16, 1924
				33765 to McCook Field as P41
33769/33774		Standard E-1
				33771/33774 cancelled.
33775/34224		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by St. Louis
				33779 to civil registry as NC4236
				33788 to civil registry as NC1966
				33793 to civil registry as NC3564
				33847 to civil registry as NC2980
				33855 to civil registry as NC2562
				33932 to civil registry as NC322
				33935 to civil registry as NC1975
				33967 to civil registry as NC352
				33970 to civil registry as NC1028
				33972 to civil registry as NC1153
				33986 to civil registry as NC1500
				34004 to civil registry as NC1942
				34018 to civil registry as NC2089
				34044 to civil registry as NC2926
				34047 to civil registry as NC3645
				34048 to civil registry as NC985
				34050 to civil registry as NC724
				34091 believed to be at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
				34094 to civil registry as NC2086
				34096 to civil registry as NC895
				34117 to civil registry as NC4159
				34133 to civil registry as NC2147
				34135 reconstructed from 75 percent real Jenny parts, registred as N6898C and is at the Military Aviation
					Museum, Pungo, Virginia
				34147 to civil registry as NC3551
				34151 to civil registry as NC2225
				34153 to civil registry as NC374
				34154 to civil registry as NC1518
				34157 to civil registry as NC1642
				34180 to civil registry as NC5377
				34189 to civil registry as NC5051
				34191 to civil registry as NC302
				34198 to civil registry as NC1364
				34206 to civil registry as NC5251 and later NC190
34225/34229		Standard JR-1
34230			Breese Penguin
34231			Martin TT
34232/34631		Bristol Fighter (USAO-1)
				34258/34631 cancelled
34632/34635		Curtiss Liberty Battler
				34633/34635 cancelled.
34636/36231		Bristol Fighter (USAO-1)
				contract cancelled.
36232/37231		de Havilland DH-9
				contract cancelled
36232/37231		de Havilland DH-4
				contract cancelled.  Not sure if these were DH-9s as well.
37232/37931		Curtiss JN-4H
				Some conversions to JN-6H, perhaps built originally as JN-6H.  I have a 
					reference which has this batch as being cancelled.  
				37395 to McCook Field as P6, wrecked May 9, 1921 and salvaged
37932			Curtiss R-4
37933/38332		Curtiss JN-4HT
				Was a Re-engined Jn-4D dual control
				37936 to McCook Field as P029.  Wrecked Apr 6, 1922
				37944 converted to JN-4HM
				38011 to McCook Field as P7.  Crashed at McCook, OH Jan 22, 1919, surveyed
				38063 rebuilt as JNSI
				38065 converted to JN-6H.  Crashed in San Antonio, TX Feb 29, 1924
				38073 converted to JN-6H
				38074 converted to JN-6H.  Crashed 6 mi SE of Carlstrom Field, FL Dec 28, 1921
				38075/38079 converted to JN-6H from JN-4H
				38083 converted to JN-6H.  Force landed 2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Feb 19, 1924
				38089 rebuilt as JNSI
				38090 crashed Nov 14, 1918 at Langley Field, Virginia
				38094 crashed Oct 14, 1918 at Langley Field, Virginia
				38096 to McCook Field as P199
				38105 converted to JN-6H.  Crashed at Ellington Field, TX Dec 9, 1925
				38111/38417 converted to JNH from JN-4H
				38124 originally built as JN-5H 41358, but inadvertently delivered with JN-4H serial 38124.  Later converted
					back to JN-4H and subsequently to McCook as P24
				38214 crashed Jun 18, 1925 at Phoebus, VA
				38262 to JN-4HM
				38274 to JN-4HM
				38725 to JN-4HM
				38276 to JN-4HM
				38278 to JN-4HM
38333/38432		Curtiss JN-4HG
38433/38532		Curtiss JN-4HB
				38526 to civil registry as NC336
38533/38632		Curtiss JN-4CAN
38633/39032		Thomas Morse S-4C
				38635 to civil registry as NC3363
				38669 to civil registry as NC5659
				38687 to civil registry as NC4103
				38802 to civil registry as NC4925
				38882 to civil registry as NC3932
				38898 to civil registry as NX502.  To Skeeter Carlson, Spokane, Washington State.  Semi-airworthy as N3307T
				38899 to civil registry as NC3991
				38910 to civil registry as NC1358
				38923 at Pioneer Flight Museum, Kingsbury, TX
				38928 to civil registry as NC2843
				38932 to civil registry as NC3512
				38944 (c/n 160) noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH.
				38983/39032 cancelled
39033/39042		Curtiss R-9
				From US Navy.  The following aircraft were transferred from US Navy: A883/A887, A901/A905
39043/39054		Empire Art Exp Steel
				contract cancelled.
39055/39061		Martin GMB
				39056 to McCook Field as P88.  Retrofitted to accommodate a dozen passengers.
				39057 to McCook Field as P72
				39059 to McCook Field as P104.  Third engine added in nose position.
				39060 w/o in forced landing at Bayshore, MD Aug 5, 1921
39062/39361		Curtiss JN-4CAN
				Serials 39062 to about 39125 were not used. The first 45 aircraft used serials 39962/40006; the next 19 
					aircraft used random serials up to about 40069; the balance of the order used serials from about 39126.
				39158 quoted as N111, c/n 444.  On display at Canadian Aviation and Space Museum, Rockcliffe, Ottawa as RFC C227
				39159 to civil registry as NC3434
				39231 to civil registry as NC699W
				39301 to civil registry as NC1701
				38314 converted to ambulance version, operating from Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas.
				39349 to McCook Field as P57
39362/39367		Curtiss R-4L
39368/39867		de Havilland DH-9
				cancelled contract
38368/39867		de Havilland DH-4
				39508/39867 cancelled. Not sure if these are the same as DH-9
39868/39917		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by US Aircraft Corporation
				39890 to civil registry as NC1669
				39896 to civil registry as NC4492
				39899 to civil registry as NC963
				39900 to civil registry as NC2252
				39902 to civil registry as NC4436
				39904 to civil registry as NC92
39882			Thomas Morse S-4C (conflict here)
39918/39953		LWF Model V
				Aerofiles and Bowers have these as being 39920/39950 
39954/39959		Curtiss R-4L
				39954 to McCook Field as P15.  To Langley, VA May 15, 1918
				39957 to McCook Field as P20
				39958 to McCook Field as P27
39960/39961		Metal Steel Plane
				contract cancelled
39962/40006		Crutiss JN-4CAN
				39989 to civil registry as NC2556
40007			Victor Advanced Trainer
40008/40009		Heinrich Advanced Trainer
40010/40011		Heinrich Pursuit
40012/40017		Curtiss R-4L
				contract cancelled
40012/40014		Packard-LePere LUSAO-11
				40012 to McCook Field as P65.  Surveyed Mar 1920
				40013 to McCook Field as P53
				40014 cancelled.  Serials reassigned from cancelled R-4L batch
40015/40017		Packard-LePere LUSAC-11
				serial reassigned from cancelled R-4L batch
40018/40019		Packard-LePere LUSAC-31
				contract cancelled
40020/40021		Packard-LePere LUSAGH-11
				40021 to McCook Field as P89
40022			Packard-LePere LUSAGH-21
40023/40025		Packard-LePere LUSAC-25
40026/40033		Engineering Division USD-9
				40026 had McCook Field Project number P36
				40027/40033 cancelled.
40034/40037		Lanzius L-11
				40035/40037 cancelled
40038/40040		Loening Liberty
				40039,40040 cancelled
40041			JV Martin biplane
40042/40044		Engineering Division USD-9
				Built at McCook Field, with Project Numbers P40, P45, and P64 respectively.
				40043 (P45) w/o in forced landing 2 mi E of Rochester, Ohio Dec 30, 1920.
40045			Engineering Division USAC-1
				To McCook Field as P28
40046/40049		Engineering Division USB-1
				contract cancelled
40050/40053		Engineering Division USB-2
				contract cancelled
40054/40056		Berckman B-2
				contract cancelled
40054			Curtiss 18-T
				serial reassigned from cancelled B-2 batch
				
40057			Metal SX-6
40058			Curtiss 18-B Hornet
				To McCook Field as P86
40059			Curtiss 18-T
40060/40068		Engineering Division USD-9
				40060, 40061, 40062, 40067, 40068 had McCook Field Project
					Numbers P43, P47, P50, P51, P71, and P74
					respectively.
				40062 shipped overseas 1/4/1919
				40063 shipped overseas 11/7/1918.
				40064/40066 cancelled.
40064			Curtiss 18-B
				serial reassigned from cancelled USD-9 batch
40065			Curtiss 18-T-1
				serial reassigned from cancelled USD-9 batch
40066/40068		Engineering Division USD-9A
				serial 40066 reassigned from cancelled USD-9 batch
40069/40071		Standard/Caproni CA-5
				40070 to McCook Field as P62
				40071 to McCook Field as P84.  Accident Jun 28, 1921 Langley Field, VA
40072/40079		Vought VE-7
				40074/40079 cancelled
				40072 to McCook Field as P98.  W/o in forced landing at Dayton, OH May 4, 1931
				40073 to McCook Field as P113
40080/40085		Engineering Division-Pomilio FVL-8
				40081 to McCook Field as P69
40086/40091		Engineering Division-Pomilio BVL-12
				40087 to McCook Field as P68
40092/40095		Thomas Morse MB-3
				40093 was P66 at McCook Field
				40094 was P124 at McCook Field
				40095 was P121 at McCook Field
40096/40098		Engineering Division USB-1
				contract cancelled
40099/40102		Vought VE-8
				40100/40102 cancelled.
40103/40106		Victor D-8
				contract cancelled.
40107/40110		Orenco Model D
				40108 to McCook Field as P121.  
				40110 to McCook Field as P120.  Surveyed Mar 25, 1921
40111/40114		Berckman B-3
				contract cancelled.
40115/40117		Packard-LePere LUSAC-11
				40115 to McCook Field as P70.  Was used by 94th PS when w/o in forced landing 4 mi W of St. Clair, Minnesota
					Jun 18, 1924.
40118/40119		Dayton-Wright USD-9A
			40118 had McCook Field Project Number P80.  Fitted in 1921 with 
				pressure cabin, believed to be the worlds first aircraft to 
				fly as such.
			40119 had McCook Field Project number P60.  Crashed at Toledo Jul 3, 1919.

40121/40124		Loening M-8
			40123/40124 cancelled.
			40121 to McCook Field as P59
40125			Engineering Division USXB-1A
				40125 McCook Field project number P90
40126/40127		Engineering Division VCP-1
				40126 to McCook Field as P97
				40127 never flown
40128			de Havilland DH-4
				40128 to McCook Field as P85.  Wrecked Jan 19, 1923

41008/41207		Curtiss JN-4D
				Licence built by Wright-Martin.  Contract cancelled.
41208/41357		Standard J-1
				41236 to NC823H
				41273 to NC5776
				41324 to G-CASS
41358			Curtiss JN-4H
				Converted to JN-5H but retained serial.  To McCook Field as P24.  Wrecked at 
					Mt Shelby, OH Aug 18, 1920
41359/41408		Thomas-Morse S-4C
41409			Caproni CA-5
				contract cancelled
41410			Standard SJ-1
41411/41735		Curtiss JN-4HG
				41597/41619 converted to JNH.
				41500 converted to JN-6H.  Damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Dec 27, 1923
				41553 converted to JNSI, to JN-6H.  Crashed 2 mi SSE of Brooks Field, TX Aug 21, 1925
				41451 to civil registry as NC3683
				41462 to civil registry as NC264
				41465 to civil registry as NC3484
				41495 to civil registry as NC3737
				41618 to Wright Field as P209
				41648 to civil registry as NC217
				41656 crashed 5 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jan 20, 1924
				41668 to civil registry as NC3768
				41717 (MD NG) crashed at Logan Field, Dundalk Junction, MD Jun 25, 1921
41736/41985		Curtiss JN-6HO
				41736/41885 delivered as JN-6HB (single control bomber trainer).  41740, 41825/41883 rebuilt as JNS.
					41770 w/o at Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY Aug 20, 1920
					41795 to McCook Field as P103.  Surveyed May 2, 1923
					41859 to civil registry as NC3576
					41883 crashed at Kelly Field, TX Jul 2, 1926 (destroyed as JN-6HB)
					41884 built as JN-6HO.  Converted to JNSI
					41885 built as JN-6HP. Converted to JNSI
				41886/41985 delivered as JN-6HO (single control observation trainer
					41890/41984,41906 converted to JNH.
					41886/41888, 41895, 41925 converted to JNSI
					41894 to civil registry as NC1839
					41912 forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Perris, CA Apr 23, 1920
					41924 ditched in San Francisco, CA Jun 7, 1925
					41925 crashed 10 mi fro Brooks Field, TX Dec 7, 1923
					41947 crashed Oct 1, 1918 at Pimlico Field, Maryland.  Pilot badly injured.
41986/42110		Curtiss JN-6HP
				42004 crashed near San Antonio, TX Feb 14, 1923
				42054 crashed 3 mi from Brooks Field, TX Nov 7, 1923
				42060 w/o at Aviation Repair Depot, Montgomery, AL Jul 23, 1920
				42094 crashed 1 1/2 mi N of Travis Field, TX Jul 31, 1924
42111/42116		Standard JR-1B 
42117/42118		Caproni CA-5
				Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to these numbers being assigned
					to Curtiss JN-4H.
42119			Standard/Caproni CA-5
				to McCook Field as P96
42120/42121		Caproni CA-5
				Contract cancelled.  I have a reference to these numbers being assigned
					to Curtiss JN-4H.
42122/42123		Curtiss JN-4HT
42124/42125		Curtiss JN-4HG
42126/42127		Dayton-Wright DH-4P1
42128/42152		Packard LePere LUSAC-11
				42129 to McCook Field as P44
				42133 at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH
				42138 to McCook Field as P54.  Wrecked Oct 23, 192?
				42149 transferred to US Navy as A6977.
42153/43152		Caproni CA-5
				contract cancelled
43153/44152		Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A
				British built airframes sent to Curtiss for assembly.
				43154/44152 cancelled.  There is a reference to 43771 being allocated 
					to a Curtiss JN-4D.  Also, 44118 given as JN-6H of 94 PS crashed
					on takeoff at Sagina, MI Sep 9, 1922
44153/44242		Curtiss JN-6HG-2
				44201,44240 converted to JNSI
				45164/45197 to Navy as A4187/4217
				44192 to civil registry as NC4726
				44219 to McCook Field as P63.  Wrecked May 15, 1919
				44223 to civil registry as NC4652
44243/44246		Curtiss JN-6HB
				44246 to McCook Field as P186.  Salvaged
44247/44256		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by Sturtevant. Some references list these as being cancelled, other
					references list them as having been built.
44257/44531		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by Springfield.  44443/44541 cancelled.  185 are quoted as being delivered (44257/44442)
				44264 to NC1274
				44266 to NC2478
				44267 to NC2388
				44289 to NC4547
				44305 to NC2188
				44311 to NC1436
				44326 to NC1042
				44329 to NC1044
				44338 to NC2559
				44340 to NC4082
				44348 to NC1043
				44350 to NC1883
				44364 to NC2889
				44387 to NC5094
				44388 to NC3590
				44395 to NC265
				44407 to NC2416
				44410 to NC4018
				44411 to NC1040
				44416 to NC954
				44424 to NC1372
44532/44541		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by Engel.  Contract cancelled
44542/44574		Standard E-1
				44556 to McCook Field as P55.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
44575/44577		Standard M-Defense
44578/44727		Thomas-Morse S-4C
				44613 to civil registry as NC4482
				44664 to civil registry as NX320
				44671 to civil registry as NX379
				44675/44727 cancelled
44728/45287		Curtiss JN-6HG-1
				44732, 44735, 44777, 44803, 44821, 44881, 44882, 44890, 44953, 45042/45069, 45091/45134,
					45214, 45235, 45252  converted to JNSI
				45021, 45081/45087 converted to JNH
				44774, 44839, 44859, 44924, 44929, 44945, 45009, 45077, 54234 
					converted to JN-4H.
				34 delivered to US Navy.
				44730 crashed at Santa Cruz, CA Sep 6, 1924.
				44733 forcelanded 1/2 mi N of railroad tunnel, San Francisco, CA May 5, 1925
				44750 crashed 400 yd E of Clover Field, CA Sep 26, 1923
				44758 forcelanded 200 yd N of Brooks Field, TX Pct 25, 1923.
				44762 (65 Svc Sqn) ditched at Kalaeloa Pond, Honolulu, HI Feb 20, 1925
				44768 w/o at Farley Field, Kokomo, IN Mar 25, 1923
				44784 crashed on takeoff at Wheeler Field, HI Mar 27, 1925
				44788 crashed 4 mi W of Brooks Field, TX Aug 7, 1925
				44789 crashed at Dorr Field, Arcadia, FL May 11, 1920
				44791 forcelanded at Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1925
				44796 seen wrecked at Carlstrom AAF, FL Dec 28, 1921.  2nd Lt Samuel Davis killed.
					Davis-Monthan AFB is named in part for him.
				44806 crashed 2 1/2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Feb 10, 1925.
				44807 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 21, 1924.
				44812 forcelanded 2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Nov 13, 1923
				44819 crashed 2 mi E of March Field, CA Dec 8, 1920
				44843 w/o at Brooks Field, TX Mar 8, 1923
				44844 crashed near Carlstrom Field, FL Jan 6, 1921
				44846 crashed at Carlstrom Field, FL Jun 10, 1921
				44851 crashed 4 mi E of Brooks Field, TX May 20, 1924
				44869 crashed at Woodward Field, Salt Lake City, UT Mar 1, 1923
				44872 w/o at San Jose, CA Aug 19, 1923
				44874 to civil registry as NC2683
				44880 crashed at Stinson Field, TX Oct 24, 1923
				44882 converted to JNSI.  W/o in landing accident at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, SI Jul 14, 1927.
				44883 damaged in landing accident at Van Nuys, CA Jun 25, 1925
				44884 (4 OS) forcelanded at Kualoa Point, HI Jul 27, 1923
				44887 (316 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Del Monte, CA Jul 12, 1924
				44913 to McCook Field as P116
				44925 (135 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Linden, AL Nov 30, 1922
				44936 to McCook Field as P117
				44941 to McCook Field as P112
				44944 to McCook Field as P114
				44946 crashed offshore near Langley Field, VA Aug 24, 1924
				44954 to McCook Field as P115.  Salvaged
				44957 crashed on takeoff at March Field, CA Mar 5, 1920
				44963 forcelanded 1 1/2 mi W of Langley Field, VA Apr 8, 1925
				44967 and 44968 to US Navy as A5470 and A5471.
				44978 (316 OS) forcelanded near Richmond airdrome, CA Jun 28, 1925
				44987 crashe at Ytumi Field, TX Feb 2, 1926
				44993 crashed 400 yd from Clover Field, CA Dec 16, 1923
				44995 crashed at Maxwell Field, AL Jun 24, 1925.
				45010 to McCook Field as P111
				45037 (147th AS/1st PG) crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Oct 12, 1920
				45056 converted to JNSI.  Crashed at Camp Know, NY Mar 7, 1921
				45067 converted to JNSI.  With 4 OS, w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Feb 14, 1922
				45080 ditched off Luke Field, HI Oct 30, 1922
				45087 converted to JNH.  W/o at Fort Tilden, NY Jun 24, 1925
				45095 converted to JNSI.  Crashed near Middletown, PA Aug 1, 1920
				45097 converted to JNSI.  Forcelanded at Denton, MSD Jun 12, 1920
				45099 converted to JNSI.  Crashed 3 1/2 mi S of Brooks Field, TX May 19, 1923
				45127 to civil registry as NC6787
				45133 converted to JNSI.  Forcelanded on Langley Field Road, VA Aug 14, 1924
				45140 damaged in takeoff accident at Gilroy, CA Sep 16, 1923
				45199 crashed at Montgomery, AL Mar 1, 1921
				45215 crashed at Fort Bliss, TX Jul 12, 1924
				45217 forcelanded 3 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Jan 15, 1925
				45222 w/o in landing accident at San Francisco Bay, CA Aug 19, 1923
				45232 crashed at Carlstrom Field, FL May 19, 1922
				45252 converted to JNSI.  W/o in landing accident at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS Jul 16, 1927.
				45254 to civil registry as NC2867
				45256 to civil registry as NC2694
				45268 to civil registry as NC3290
				45272 crashed near March Field, CA Feb 2, 1921
				45285 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Mar 2, 1923.

47290/47339		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by USAC.  Contract cancelled.
47340/47414		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by Howell and Lesser. All 75 were delivered.  A further 100 ordered were cancelled. 
				47343 to civil registry as NC3677
				47347 to civil registry as NC732K
				47356 to civil registry as NC2582
				47360 to civil registry as NC2623
				47369 to civil registry as NC2633
				47376 to civil registry as NC4371
				47377 to civil registry as NC2360
				47379 to civil registry as NC2613
				47383 to civil registry as NC6878
				47384 to civil registry as NC5160
				47391 to civil registry as NC2666
				47408 to civil registry as NC863
47415/47514		Curtiss JN-4D
				Built by Liberty Iron Works.
				47434 to civil registry as NC5599
				47436 to civil registry as NC3292
				47454 to civil registry as NC2222
				47461 to civil registry as NC1977
				47497 to civil registry as NC2518
				47502 to civil registry as NC6899
				47508 to civil registry as NC1714
				47511 to civil registry as NC1593
47515			Standard E-1
47516/47815		Curtiss JN-4D-2
				Built under license at Springfield.  Contract cancelled.
47816			Curtiss JN-4D-2
				to McCook Field as P100.  Surveyed May 16, 1924
47817/48215		Curtiss JN-4D-2
				Contract cancelled
48216/49116		Cancelled contracts
49117/49122		Curtiss JN-6HO
				49119 w/o at Arcadia, FL May 18, 1922
49123/49544		Standard E-1
49128			Standard M-Defense
				Reported in USAF Museum, Ohio.  Conflict here with Standard E1
				
49156/49544		Standard M-Defense
				49213/49544 cancelled.  Conflict here with Standard E-1
49545/62444		Cancelled contracts
62445/62944		Standard/Handley Page O/400
				62452/62944 cancelled.
				62446 may have been wrecked in freak gale at Hazlehurst Field
					Jul 28, 1919.  
				62447 wrecked when lost power and forcelanded in mudflats
					on Elizabith Rivr Mar 10, 1919
				62448 used for experiments in 1921 with experimental 2000-lb armor-piercing
					bombs.  Also used to drop an experimental 4000-lb bomb at Aberdeen
					Proving Grounds, MD.  Lost power on takeoff and crashed
					Jun 5, 1923.
				62450 may have been wrecked in freak gale at Hazlehurst Field
					Jul 28, 1919.
				62451 wrecked Jul 4, 1919.  Also listed as in accident May 21, 1921 Morgantown, MD
62945/62948		DH-4M-2S
				62945 to McCook Field as P77, P435
				62946 to McCook Field as P79.  Wrecked Jul 4, 1920
				62947 to McCook Field as P107.  Wrecked Jun 25, 1920
				62948 to McCook Field as P123.  In accident at Keyser, WV Oct 3, 1921
62948/62951		Martin GMB
				62948 conflict here.  Forcelanded at Omaha, NE Mar 15, 1920.
				62949	modified to Martin GMT.  To McCook Field as P87
				62950	modified to Martin GMP.  To McCook Field as P106
				62951	modified to	Martin GMC with 37-mm cannon in nose.  To McCook Field as P110.  W/o in 
					force landing on Miller Street and Heigeman Avenue in Brooklyn, NY Mar 4, 1923.
62952/62959		Avro 504K
62960/63265		de Havilland DH-4
				62969 Atlantic DH-4M-2
					converted to DH-4M-2T  62969 Dec 20, 1921 Accident Kelly Field, TX 
				62973 stalled on approach and w/o at Kelly Field, Texas Jun 8, 1920
				62980 w/o in forced landing 1 mi from Fort Sheridan, Ilinois May 10, 1921
				62988 based at Kelly Field, Texas, crashlanded 200 yd N of Kelly Field, Texas Aug 20, 1923.
				62989 (11th Aero Squadron) w/o in takeoff accident at Kelly Field, texas Dec 20, 1921.
				62990 w/o Apr 22, 1922 in forced landing accident Lufkin, Texas 
				62995/63000 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
				63005/63053 Atlantic DH-4M-2
					63005, 63053 converted to DH-4M-2T
					63016 May 26, 1922 Accident Fort Collins, CO 
					63039 Jul 29, 1921 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
					63049 Jul 4, 1921 Accident Corning, CA (May be 63409)
					63058 Mar 8, 1922 Accident Waller, TX  
				63068/63209 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
					63080 to DH-4B-1
					63082 Aug 11, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
					63123 w/o in forced landing at Mather Field, CA May 21, 1920
					63129 Aug 10, 1921 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
					63131 Jul 29, 1921 Accident Buckroe Beach 
					63146 Jun 17, 1921 accident Sandy Point, VA
					63168 Jul 18, 1922 Accident Roseburg, OR 
					63169 (9th Aero Squadron) damaged in landing accident at Red Bluff, California Jun 9, 1920.
					63173 (9th Aero Squadron) w/o in takeoff accident at Knos_Mundorff Field, Fresno, California Jun 12, 1920
					63181 had McCook Field Project Number P190.  Used as testbed for
						turbo-supercharged Liberty engine.
				63220/63065 Atlantic DH-4M-2
					63220 converted to DH-4M-2T
					63229 Mar 15, 1922 Accident Vista, TX 
					63240 Jun 23, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
					63249 Dec 21, 1921 Accident Stockdale, TX 
					63279 Aug 31, 1921 Accident Moundsville, WV P135 
63266			Vought VE-8
				McCook Field Project Number P134
63267/63271		Cancelled contracts
63272			Engineering Division GAX
				McCook Field Project Number P129
63273/63274		Orenco IL-1
				63273 had McCook Field Project Number P147
				63274 had McCook Field Project Number P168.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
63275			Atlantic DH-4M-2
63276/63277		Curtiss PN-1
				Curtiss build of an Engineering Division design.
				63276 had McCook Field project number P198 on tail.  Never flew.
				63277 cancelled
63278 			de Havilland DH-4Amb
				63278 had McCook Field Project Number P130
63279/63280		de Havilland DH-4C
				63279 had McCook Field Project Number P135.  Crashed Aug 31, 1921
				63280 had McCook Field Project Number P136.  Surveyed Jan 5, 1925
63281/63330		Curtiss Orenco D
				63281 had McCook Field Project Number P163.   In accident at McCook Field, OH Sep 28, 1921
				63282 had McCook Field Project Number P161.  Surveyed May 3, 1922
				63327 had McCook Field Project Number P202
				63328 had McCook Field Project Number P206
				63329 had McCook Field Project Number P207
63331/63365		Thomas-Morse MB-3A
				63332 had McCook Field Project Number P164
				63336 had McCook Field Project Number P197.  Salvaged Aug 17, 1923
				63337 had McCook Field Project Number P208.  Surveyed Dec 12, 1921.  After McCook service, crashed on takeoff
					at Langley Field, VA Apr 14, 1925.
				63338 had McCook Field Project Number P201.  Surveyed May 16, 1924
				63346 crashed 7 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Jul 16, 1924
				63349 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX May 13, 1922
				63353 crashed 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Nov 4, 1924
				63354 crashlanded at Kelly Field, TX Jun 23, 1925
				63355 w/o in landing accident at Fort Leavenworth, KS Sep 25, 1925.
				63357 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX May 13, 1922.
63366/63995		Atlantic DH-4M-2
				63366 Feb 14, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill. 
				63376 Jan 17, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill (1st): May 4, 1922 Accident Chicasha, OK (2nd)
				63383 Nov 28, 1921 Accident Fort Worth, TX  
				63385 May 22, 1922 Accident Monohans, TX
				63387 Dec 13, 1921 Accident Fort Clark, TX 
				63390 May 24, 1922 Accident Denver, Colorado 
				63395 May 8, 1922 Accident Dallas, TX     
				63398/63475 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Boeing
					63403 May 22, 1922 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
					63413 had McCook Field Project Number P131.  Surveyed in 1922
					63415 Jul 14, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
					63416 Jul 27, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
					63417 Feb 4, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
					63458 Nov 17, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
				63461/63507 Boeing DH-4M-1
					63501 (9th Aero Squadron) crashed 3/4 mi W of Landing Field, Alturas, California Jul 10, 1920
					63506 Sep 16, 1921 Accident Luke Field, NY 
				63525 Jul 13, 1921 Accident unknown crashsite
				63529 Jul 12, 1921 Accident off Oahu, HI  
				63541 had McCook Field Project Number P140
				63545 Atlantic DH-4M-2 converted to DH-4M-2P
				63565 Aug 1, 1921 Accident Fort Sill, OK 
				63567 Sep 22, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill
				63570 May 1, 1922 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
				63582 Aug 10, 1921 Accident Post Field Collision
				63594 Aug 1, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill
				63596 Aug 1, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill  
				63600 had McCook Field Project Number P137
				63601 May 7, 1922 Accident Cement, OK 
				63603 Oct 22, 1921 Accident Duncan, OK 
				63613 Dec 2, 1921 Accident Beeville, TX Collision
				63616 Oct 28, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill  
				63627 Nov 16, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
				63630 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic  Had
					McCook Field Project Number P139 when modified for high-
					altitude operations, fitted with lengthened undercarriage, geared
					and supercharged Liberty engine driving large-diameter 4-bladed prop.
				63639/63672 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Boeing
					63651 Apr 27, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
					63653 Jul 21, 1921 Accident Monden, VA 
					63656 Jun 24, 1912 accident Virginia Beach, VA
					63657 May 4, 1922 Accident Pearl Harbor, HI
					63659 May 18, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
					63666 Aug 15, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA  
					63669 converted to DH-4M-2T
					63670 crashed Jan 20, 1921 at Macon, GA
					63672 Sep 30, 1921 Accident Altura, CA 
				63676 Jun 7, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
				63680 Atlantic DH-4M-2
					converted to DH-4M-2P
				63690 Jul 11, 1921 Accident New Point Comfort, VA 
				63696 Boeing DH-4M-1
				63698 had McCook Field Project Number P218.  Salvaged Oct 16, 1922
				63719 had McCook Field Project Number P158
				63737 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic.  Had McCook
					Field Project Number of P188 when used as testbed for
					Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar I engine.  Surveyed Aug 18, 1926
				63747 had McCook Field Project Number P157
				63761/63823 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Boeing
					63791 Jul 9, 1921 accident Medford Field, OR (1st); Dec 13, 1921 accident Placerville, CA (2nd)
					63801 Feb 8/1922 accident Criss Field   
				63827 DH-4B-1
				63832 Feb 10, 1922 Accident Medicine Park, OK 
				63860 Aug 20, 1921 Accident Detroit River 
				63868 Jul 23, 1921 accident Munden, VA
				63887 Jun 13, 1912 accident Oceanview, VA
				63891 Jul 25, 1921 Accident Poquosen, VA 
				63896 had McCook Field Project Number P194. Salvaged Dec Dec 7, 1922
				63897 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic.
					converted to DH-4BW.  Had McCook Field Project Number P133.  Fitted
					with Wright H engine.
				63910 Aug 29, 1921 Accident York River, VA 
				63915 Aug 31, 1921 Accident Langley Field, VA 
				63916 Jun 17, 1921 accident Virginia Beach, VA
				63936 DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Aeromarine Atlantic
				63983 Jun 13, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
				63987 Aug 18, 1921 Accident Richmond, VA 
				
64007/64009		de Havilland DH-4B
				64007 had McCook Field Project Number P175.  Jun 10, 1922 accident unknown crashsite. 
				64008 had McCook Field Project Number P174.  Surveyed Oct 22, 1924
				64009 had McCook Field Project Number P173
64012			LWF H
64013/64118		de Havilland DH-4B
64115			Dayton-Wright XB-1A (conflict here)
				64115 had McCook Field Project Number P171.  Surveyed Jun 30, 1921
64119			AMC Multiplane

64121/64123		Junkers Larsen JL-6
				64122 had McCook Field Project Number P145.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
64124/64138		Thomas Morse MB-3	
				64125 crashed at Stinson Field, TX Oct 27, 1924
				64127 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Aug 28, 1925.
				64135 w/o in landing accident at Duncan Field, TX Jan 25, 1926	
64139/64141		Loening PW-2
				64140 had McCook Field Project Number P183.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
				64141 had McCook Field Project Number P221
64142/64144		Orenco PW-3
				64144 had McCook Field Project Number P229.  Accident at McCook Field, OH Feb 14, 1922.
					Surveyed Oct 24, 1926
64145/64154		Engineering Division/Boeing GA-1
				c/n 200/209
				64146 had McCook Field Project Number P187.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
64155/64194		Dayton-Wright USXB-1A
				64158 McCook Field P179.  Wrecked Jun 23, 1922
				64160 McCook Field P181
				64161 McCook Field P182
				64177 McCook Field P205
64195/64214		Martin MB-2
				64195 had McCook Field Project Number P162
				64196 had McCook Field Project Number P227
				64201 had McCook Field Project Number P222
				64202 forcelanded near Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Jun 13, 1925.
				64205 (2nd BG, 20th BS) crashed into river in high winds after takeoff from
					McCook Field Apr 21, 1923.  All 5 crew killed.
				64207 Jul 13, 1921 accident Langley Field, VA
				64212 crashed in Nicholas County, WV Sep 3, 1921.
64215/64216		Engineering Division/Witteman Lewis XNBL-1
				64215 had McCook Field Project Number P303.  Designed by Walter H. Barling.  Largest aircraft of its day.  Had 3 wings, and
					was powered by six Liberrty 12-A engines of 420 hp each. Max speed 96 mph at sea level, cruising speed 61 mph.
					Service ceiling 7725 feet, 170 miles range with full bomb load.  Crew of 6.  Armed with seven 0.30-in machine 
					guns and could carry up to 5000 pounds of bombs.
					First flight Aug 22, 1923, dismantled in 1925 and parts stored in warehouse at Fairfield Depot.
					Parts ordered burned by Maj. Henry H. Arnold.  USAF Museum has two wheels of the landing gear.
				64216 cancelled.
64217/64219		Huff Daland TA-2
				Trainer based on HD-4 Bridget sports biplane.
				64217 used for static texts
				64218 had McCook Field Project Number P166.  surveyed Oct 20, 1926  Also had 
					project number P238
				64219 had McCook Field Project Number P142.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
64220/64222		Elias TA-1
				64221 had McCook Field Project Number P178.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926
				64222 had McCook Field Project Number P185.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
64223/64227		Sperry M.1
				64224 had McCook Field Project Number P152.  Surveyed Oct 20, 1926
				64225 in accident at McCook Field Jul 14, 1922
				64226 had McCook Field Project Number P339
				64227 rebuilt as 22-6
64228/64230		Standard MAT
				Three E-1s converted to radio-controlled aerial torpedoes
64231/64232		Fokker V.40
				64231 had McCook Field Project Number P231.  Crashed at Dayton, OH Mar 13, 192?, pilot
					killed.
				64232 had McCook Field Project Number P232.  Surveyed Jun 12, 1923
64233/64234		Fokker T-2
				64233 had McCook Field Project Number P253.  Surveyed Feb 26, 1924.
					Now in NASM, Washington, DC
				64234 had McCook Field Project Number P243.  Converted to A-2 ambulance aircraft.
					Surveyed Feb 21, 1924
64235/64237		Boeing GA-2
				64235 (c/n 410) had McCook Field Project Number P248.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1924
				64236 (c/n 411) had McCook Field Project Number P310.
				64237 cancelled
64238/64239		Gallaudet DB-1
				64238 DB-1A.  This plane never actually flew.
				64239 completed as DB-1B.  Had McCook Field Project Number P304.  Surveyed Dec 7, 1926

64242/64244		Curtiss Eagle
				64243 equipped as an ambulance
64245/64247		Aeromarine PG-1
				64245 had McCook Field Project Number P240
64248/64249		Loening PA-1
				64248 had McCook Field Project Number P244
				64249 cancelled
				
64256 			DH-4B 
				Sep 2, 1922 Accident Langley Field, VA 
				
64279			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Dayton-Wright/Fisher

64281			DH-4B
				64281 had McCook Field Project Number P261.  Surveyed Jan 2, 1923
				
64300			Dayton-Wright USXB-1A
				64300 had McCook Field Project Number P180.  surveyed Sep 17, 1923
64301/64302		Morane Saulnier
				64301 had McCook Field Project Number P170
				64302 had McCook Field Project Number P196
64303			Fokker D-VII

64306			Thomas Morse MB-4
				64306 had McCook Field Project Number P172

64308			Martin MB-1

64310/64311		Vought VE-9
				64310 had McCook Field Project Number P203.  Surveyed Apr 22, 1924
				64311 had McCook Field Project Number P204
64312/64314		Vought VE-7
				built by Springfield
				64313 had McCook Field Project Number P217.  Surveyed Mar 16, 1927
				64314 had McCook Field Project Number P214.
64315/64316		Vought VE-9
				64315 had McCook Field Project Number P215
				64316 had McCook Field Project Number P216
64317/64318		Engineering Division TW-1
				64317 had McCook Field Project Number P200.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1926

64321			Engineering Division CO-1
				At McCook Field as P234.  Surveyed Jan 11, 1926

64343			Fokker D-VII

64345/64346		Fokker D-VII
				64345 had McCook Field Project Number P165.  Surveyed Mar 18, 1927
				64346 had McCook Field Project Number P195.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
64347			Siemens-Schukert D-III
64348			RAE SE-5A
				64348 had McCook Field Project Number P177
64349/64351		Engineering Division VCP-2/PW-1
				64349 had McCook Field Project Number P176
				64350 had McCook Field Project Number P189.  surveyed Oct 20, 1926

64353/64356		de Havilland DH-4B
				64354 had McCook Field Project Number P252
				64356 had McCook Field Project Number P226.  Featured revised cockpit position
					and outsize wheels

64373/64374		Thomas Morse MB-4
64375/64384		Thomas Morse MB-5
64385/64387		Gallaudet PW-4
				64386,64387 cancelled
64388/64389		Loening PW-2B
				64388 had McCook Field Project Number P233.  Surveyed Oct 20, 1922
				64389 had McCook Field Project Number P236.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
64390/64392		Dayton-Wright TA-3
				Side-by-side two-seat biplane, developed from commercial Chummy.
				64390 had McCook Field Project Number P230
				64391 had McCook Field Project Number P239
				64392 had McCook Field Project Number P262

64464			DH-4A converted to DH-4B by Dayton-Wright/Fisher

64496/64559		DH-4A converted to DH-4B by LWF
				64536 Feb 20, 1922 accident Langley Field, VA 
				64544 Jul 8, 1921 Accident unknown crashsite 
				64547 w/o in forced landing at Stamford, Connecticut Nov 23, 1923

64562			DH-4M-2S

64587			DH-4B-1
			Had McCook Field Project Number P277 when used as testbed for 
				Curtiss D-12 engine.

64593			XDH-4L
				64593 had McCook Field Project Number P193.  A large container
					was built into the rear fuselage.  Fitted with 185-gallon main
					fuel tank faired into rear cockpit for long-range racing.
64607			DH-4B
				w/o in forced landing 2 mi W of Hilo, Hawaii Feb 21, 1924

64611			DH-4M-2S

64627			DH-4M-2S

64632 			DH-4B 
				3/13/1922 Accident Langley Field, VA 
				
65348 			DH-4B 
				Sep 2, 1922 Accident Veazie, ME 

65584			Huff Daland TA-6

68002/68003		DH-4B
				68002 w/o in forced landing at Prince Frederick, MD May 14, 1921
				68003 in accident Feb 21, 1921 Langley Field, VA

68015			DH-4B
				22 OS; forcelanded 3 mi W of Jackson, MS apr 24, 1923

68024			DH-4B
				w/o in landing accident at Enid, OK Nov 13, 1920

68025/68074		de Havilland DH-4B
				68036 w/o in landing accident at Carlstrom Field, FL Jan 22, 1922.
				68042 crashed on takeoff at Roberts Field, Birminghan, AL Nov 20, 1923
				68052 w/o in landing accident at Fort Benning, GA May 17, 1923
				68057 Feb 14, 1922 Accident Calstrom Field, FL 

68112/68116		DH-4B
				68112 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX Jul 29, 1925
				68113 crashed 2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Jun 5, 1924
				68114 w/o at Leon, OK Apr 12, 1924
				68116 w/o at Denton, TX Dec 28, 1920

68134 		DH-4B
				Apr 30, 1922 Accident Sweeney, TX 
				
68140/68220		DH-4A converted DH-4B by Boeing
				68148 Oct 27, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
				68150 w/o at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Dec 4, 1920
				68154 damaged in landing accident at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Nov 22, 1920
				68160 Dec 2, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
				68161 Aug 7, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 
				68166 w/o in forced landing at Gracemont, OK May 21, 1922
				68171 Dec 22, 1921 Accident Kelly Field, TX 
				68176 w/o in takeoff accident at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Jan 18, 1921.
				68178 crashed 2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Sep 2, 1924
				68180 w/o in landing accident May 26, 1922 Colorado Springs, CO 
				68188 converted to D.H.4Amb-2
				68194 crashed on takeoff at Clark Field, Philippines Jul 15, 1925
				68203 forcelanded 4 mi E of Fort Sill, OK Apr 18, 1923
				68204 Dec 11, 1921 w/o in landing accident Post Field, Ft. Sill, OK
				68209 had McCook Field Project Number P211.  Surveyed Jan 2, 1923
				68214 had McCook Field Project Number P220
				68219 converted to DH.4BP-1

68226			DH-4B
				damaged in landing accident at Philips Field, Aberdeen, MD Sep 14, 1924.

68233			DH-4BP-1

68236 				DH-4B 
				Dec 11, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill
				 
68237/68436		Thomas-Morse MB-3A
				c/n 210/409
				68237 had McCook Field Project Number P259.  Accident at Camp Lewis, WA Jun 7, 1922.
					Salvaged May 19, 1924
				68238 had McCook Field Project Number P260.  Surveyed Jun 16, 1923
				68238 had McCook Field Project Number P147.  Surveyed Jun 16, 1923
				68281 had McCook Field Project Number P353.  Surveyed Dec 19, 1924
68437/68471		Martin NBS-1
				Built by LWF to a design owned by the Army
				68437 (25 BS) crashed on takeoff at Manzanillo Bay, CZ Feb 20, 1924.
				68442 (23 BS) forcelanded at Pearl Harbor, HI Apr 14, 1925.
				68445 (23 BS) w/o in landing accident at Kahului, HI Jan 31, 1925.
				68447 forcelanded nar Moundsville, WV Nov 20, 1924
				68448 (23 BS) crashed on takeoff at Luke Field, HI Mar 27, 1924.
				68454 (23 BS) ditched off Ford Island, HI Mar 11, 1927
				68455 (23 BS) force landed SE of Luke Field, HI Jun 23, 1927.
				68447 forcelanded near Moundsville, WV Nov 20, 1924.
				68448 (23 BS) crashed on takeoff at Luke Field, HI Mar 27, 1924
				68454 (23 BS) ditched off Ford Island, HI Mar 11, 1927
				68455 (23 BS) forcelanded SE of Luke Field, HI Jun 23, 1927.
				68459 crashed at France Field, CZ Feb 8, 1926
				68461 (23 BS) ditched in Waimea Bay, HI Nov 23, 1925
				68464 (25 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Albrook Field, CZ Feb 19, 1929
				68466 (25 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at San Jose, Costa Rica Jan 4, 1925.
68472/68477		Sperry M.1
				68473 had McCook Field Project Number P249
				68475 had McCook Field Project Number P223.  Surveyed Oct 18, 1922
				68476 had McCook Field Project Number P224
				68477 had McCook Field Project Number P225
68478/68527		Martin NBS-1
				Built by Curtiss to a design owned by the Army
				68482 had McCook Field Project Number P254
				68491 rammed by Fokker D.VII A.S. 7795 (ex German FF7795/18) over Langley
					Field, VA Dec 6, 1922.  All 5 on bomber killed, plus the D.VII pilot.
				68496 crashed on takeoff at Langley Field, VA Sep 26, 1925
				68497 w/o in landing accident at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Sep 25, 1929
				68499 (49 BS) forcelanded at Staten Island, NY Nov 3, 1923.
				68501 forcelanded 5 mi W of Zanesville, OH
				68502 crashed 7 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Dec 19, 1925.
				68505 crashed 8 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Apr 4, 1928
				68508 had McCook Field Project Number P293
				68509 w/o in takeoff accident at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD May 2, 1924
				68516 forcelanded 6 mi NE of Bonner Springs, KS Aug 7, 1925.
				68517 (96 BS) forcelanded E of Langley Field, VA Jan 26, 1925
				68519 had McCook Field Project Number P316.  Forcelanded Grand View beach,
					VA Nov 13, 1925.
				68520 w/o at Langley Field, VA Oct 5, 1925
				68523 had McCook Field Project Number P399
				68524 crashed at Cape May, NJ Oct 19, 1925
				68525 crashed at Augusta, GA May 29, 1927
				68526 had McCook Field Project Number P322
				68527 w/o in landing accident at USN Yard, Philadelphia, PA Nov 17, 1925.
68528/68533		Sperry M.1
				68533 had McCook Field Project Number P306
68534/68536		Dayton Wright XPS-1
				68535 had McCook Field Project Number P308
				68536 had McCook Field Project Number P311
68537/68539		Thomas-Morse MB-6
				68537 in accident at McCook Field, OH Oct 25, 1921
				68539 had McCook Field Project Number P370
68540/68542		Cox-Klemm TW-2
				68541 had McCook Field Project Number P264
				68542 had McCook Field Project Number P286.  Salvaged Jun 13, 1923
68543			Fokker D-VII
				68543 had McCook Field Project Number P228

68545			RAE SE-5A
				68545 had McCook Field Project Number P235
68546			Dornier D-1
				68546 had McCook Field Project Number P241
68547/68556		Fokker PW-5
				68548 to civil registry as NC4896
				68554 had McCook Field Project Number P266
68557			Fokker XCO-4
				68557 had McCook Field Project Number P250
68558			Avro 504K
68559/68560		Loening R-4
				68559 had McCook Field Project Number P267
68561/68562		Thomas Morse R-5
				68562 had McCook Field Project Number P268.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925
68563/68564		Curtiss R-6
				Built for 1992 Pulitzer Trophy race, part of the Army's 9-aircraft order for racers.
				68563 had McCook Field Project Number P279.  Came in second in 1922 Pulitzer Trophy Race.  Flown in 1923 and 1924
					Pulitzer races. Came in 5th in 1924 race.  tested to destruction in 1925, surveyed Apr 6, 1925
				68564 had McCook Field Project Number P278.  Won 1922 Pulitzer Trophy Race.  Later raised the world's
					speed record a couple of times.  Flown in 1923 and 1924
					Pulitzer races.  Shed its wings in the 1924 raceSurveyed Nov 10, 1924
68565/68566		Fokker CO-4
				68565 was prototype for AO-1.  Had McCook Field Project Number P284
				68566 had McCook Field Project Number P285, later P365
68567/68568		Elias XNBS-3
				68567 had McCook Field Project Number P335
				68568 cancelled
68569/68570		LWF XNBS-2
68571/68572		Curtiss NBS-4
				68571 had McCook Field Project Number P352
				68572 had McCook Field Project Number P434
68573/68574		Gallaudet XNBS-5
				contract cancelled
68575			Fokker PW-6
				68575 had McCook Field Project Number P246.  surveyed Jan 14, 1926
68576			Fokker TW-4
				68576 had McCook Field Project Number P245.  Salvaged Nov 5, 1923
68577			Engineering Division CO-2
				68577 had McCook Field Project Number P255.  Surveyed Aug 22, 1922
68578/68579		Engineering Division XCO-5
				68578 at McCook Field as P263
68580/68582		Fokker PW-7
				68580 had McCook Field Project Number P326. Was used by 94h PS when it was w/o in landing accident
					2 mi N of Mt Clemens, Minnesota Jun 30, 1924.   Surveyed Oct 22, 1924
				68581 had McCook Field Project Number P327.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925
				68582 had McCook Field Project Number P378
68583			Dayton-Wright TA-5
				68583 had McCook Field Project Number P283.  Surveyed Jan 20, 1927
68584			Huff Daland TA-6
				68584 had McCook Field Project Number P280

68586			Thomas Morse MB-3A
				68586 had McCook Field Project Number P274
68587/68589		Engineering Division CO-1
				68587 had McCook Field Project Number P281.  Surveyed Mar 7, 1926
68590/68592		XDH-4M-1
				c/n 516/518
				68592 had McCook Field Project Number P337

68639/68936 	DH-4B 
				68639 forcelanded at Oceanside, CA Apr 26, 1923
				68641 (91 OS) forcelande at beach near Newport Beach, CA Jun 17, 1925
				68643 (91 OS) damaged in landing accident at Air Mail Field, Reno, NV Jun 5, 1924
				68647 w/o in landing accident Aug 17, 1922 at Blairsden, CA 
				68648 (91 OS) w/o in landing accident at Eugene, OR Sep 15, 1922
				68653 w/o at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Jun 28, 1922
				68655 w/o in landing accident at Crissy Field, CA Nov 15, 1923
				68656	converted to DH-4B-1.  With 22nd OS, damaged in landing accident at Pope Field, NC Apr 16, 1926
				68661 forcelanded at Jourdanton, TX Jan 5, 1923
				68663 (91 OS) forcelanded 20 mi S of Roseburg, OR Mar 19, 1924
				68669 (91 OS) forcelanded 20 mi SE of Eureka Aug 4, 1922.  It was based at Chrissy Field, CA
				68673 (91 OS) forcelanded on beach near Carpinteria, CA Oct 26, 1922
				68676 forcelanded near Kelly Field, TX Aug 19, 1924
				68677 destroyed by fire Mar 19, 1923
				68678 forcelanded at Augusta, GA Jun 11, 1922.
				68936 damaged in landing accident at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Dec 11, 1921.
				
				68853 Dec 14, 1921 Accident Post Field, Ft. Sill 

The following list is of experimental aircraft acquired in the range 94014/94112:

94014			Albatros D-III
94015			Albatros D-V
94016			Sopwith 7F1 Snipe
				94016 had McCook Field Project Number P149.  surveyed Jan 14, 1926.  to civil
					registry as NC6636

94020			Albatros D-V

94022/94023		Avro 504K
				94022 was ex-RAF C4312 and had McCook Field Project Number P118.  Wrecked Aug 11, 1920
				94023 had McCook Field Project Number P141.  Surveyed Oct 25, 1920

94025			Bristol Scout

94029			Curtiss R-4
94030			de Havilland DH-9A
94031			DFW C-V

94033			Fokker D-VI
94034			Fokker D-VII
				94034 had McCook Field Project Number P290.  Surveyed Oct 27, 1923		

94039/94040		Fokker D-VII
				94039 had McCook Field Project Number P138.  Surveyed Sep 25, 1922
				94040 had McCook Field Project Number P127
				
94042			Halberstadt C-V

94057			Roland D-Vb

94061			Roland D-V
94062			Avro 504J
				Used at McCook Field with Project Number P142.
94063/94064		Roland D-V
				94063 had McCook Field Project Number P132.  Burned on ground Sep 8, 1920.
94063			Sopwith Camel
				94063 had McCook Field Project Number P99.  Conflict here
				

94072			Sopwith T.F.2 Salamander
				Former RAF T.F.2 F6533.  McCook Field project number P75.
					Withdrawn fron use after 10/1926.

94074			Spad 13
				to McCook Field as P12.  
			
94077 			Wright Martin V
				to McCook Field as P14.  Stored Apr 30, 1921
94078			RAE SE-5A
				94078 had McCook Field Project Number P52.  Wrecked Aug 12, 1920
				
94094			RAE SE-5A
				94094 had McCook Field Project Number P146
				
94097			Breguet 14B2
				To McCook Field P148
94098			Nieuport 27
				To McCook Field P153
94099 			Spad 7C1
				To McCook Field P156
94100			Nieuport 28
				To McCook Field P155  Surveyed Jan 14, 1924
94101			Spad 13
				To McCook Field P154.  Surveyed Jan 14, 1924
94102			Fokker D-VII
				To McCook Field P144.  Surveyed Sep 2, 1922
94103			Fokker D-VII
94104			Fokker D-VII
				To McCook Field P143 and P291

94106			Sopwith Dragon
				former RAF Dragon J3628.  McCook Field project number P149.
					Withdrawn from use after 1/1926. 
94107/94108		Dayton-Wright XB-1A
				McCook Field P150 and P151

94110			Salmson
				McCook Field P159
94111			British Aerial Transport (B.A.T) FK-23
				C/n 21.  Former RAF serial F1660.  Designed by Frits Koolhoven.  McCook Field P167
94112			Fokker D-VIII
				McCook Field P169