1922-1929 USAAS-USAAC Serial Numbers


Last revised September 22, 2014


			- 1922 -

22-1/5			Engineering Division/Sperry Messenger M-1
				22-1 had McCook Field Project Number P373.  Surveyed Dec 7, 1926
22-6 			Engineering Division/Sperry Messenger M-1
				rebuild of 64227

22-201/225		Aeromarine NBS-1
				Martin NBS-1 built by Aeromarine to a design owned by the Army
				201 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX May 24, 1926
				202 w/o in landing accident at Hatbox Field, Muskogee, OK May 31, 1923
				206 (40 SCh Sqn) crashed 2 1/2 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Mar 18, 1925.
				213 (28 BS) dktched off Caballo Island, Corregidor, Philippines Aug 23, 1925.
				214 (28 BS) crashed on takeoff at Camp Nichols, Philippines Jul 13, 1925
				216 (28 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Camp Nichols, Philippines Jun 3, 1927
				220 crashed 4 mi S of Duncan Field, TX Jan 18, 1927
				222 forcelanded 3 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Aug 21, 1928
				223 (28 BS) forcelanded 1 1/2 mi SE of Calumpit, Philippines Aug 23, 1928
				225 forcelanded S of Chanute Field, IL Nov 25, 1924.
22-226 			Dayton-Wright TW-3

22-235			S.E-5E

22-238			DH-4B
				91 OS; w/o in landing accident at Varney's Field, San Mateo, California Feb 28, 1923

22-243			DH-4B
				Crashed at Baguio, Philippines shortly after takeoff from Clark Field May 23, 1923
22-244/245		Loening PW-2A
				245 ditched off Port Richmond, California May 24, 1923
22-246/251		Loening PW-2A 
				contract cancelled. 
				246 listed as going to McCook Field as P294 and surveyed Nov 24, 1923.
				247 had McCook Field Project Number P272.  Surveyed Feb 12, 1925

22-256			DH-4B 
				w/o at Richards Field, Kansas City, Missouri Jan 10, 1924.
22-257			Atlantic DH-4M-2T

22-266/275		Consolidated TA-3
				266 had McCook Field Project Number P276.  surveyed Mar 18, 1927
22-276/325		Eberhart S.E.5E
				rebuilt S.E.5As.
				282 w/o in forced landing 10 mi S of Kelly Field, Texas Jun 26, 1923.
				287 stalled and crashed at Kelly Field, TX Nov 19, 1923
				296 rebuilt from S.E.5A B4863.  To civil registry as NC4488.  Used in the film
					*Hell's Angels*.  Became G.BLXT Oct 2, 1985.  Registration
					cancelled Sep 28, 1989.  Reported 2005 to be at US Army
					Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL painted as 18-0012, but also
					reported 2005 to be at USAF Museum painted as 22-325.
				300 collided with 22-310 and crashed 10 mi N of Kelly Field, TX May 9, 1925
				305 crashed on takeoff at langley Field, VA Jan 26, 1925
				306 w/o in forced landing 3 mi SE of Upper Marlboro, MD Ap3 30, 1927.
				308 w/o in forced landing at Fort Eustis, VA Mar 31, 1927
				310 collided with 22-300 and crashed 10 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Mar 9, 1925.  Pilot was Charles A. Lindbergh
				315 to McCook Field as P320.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH
					Jan 28, 1926.  ST 21294.
				316 to McCook Field as P321.  Surveyed Jul 8, 1926.
				320 collided with another aircraft ofn takeoff at Langley Field, VA May 7, 1925.
				321 (58 Svc Sqn) force landed in swamp 5 mi S of Langley Field, VA Aug 5, 1927.
				325 in USAF Museum, Ohio, painted as 22-335. 
22-326/328		Verville-Sperry R-3
				326 had McCook Field Project Number P269. Surveyed Feb 19, 1924
				328 had McCook Field Project Number P362
22-329/348		Engineering Division/Sperry Messenger M-1A
22-349/350		Sperry Messenger Aerial Torpedo MAT
22-353		DH-4B-1-S. 
			Conversion DH-4B and used for coast to coast record flight by Lt Doolittle Sep 4, 1922 and by Lt. Crocker
				in nonstop border-to-border flight May 26, 1923
22-356/359		Atlantic DH-4M-2T
				358 crashed 10 mi N of Kelly Field, Texas Jun 13, 1924.
22-360/370		Sperry M-1A
			Not sure these serials are correct.  
			364 was a DH-4B which was involved in a midair collision with DH-4B s/n 68113 and crashed 2 mi N of Kelly
				Field, Texas Jun 5, 1924.
			368 was a DH-4B which looped on landing and w/o at Fort Bliss, Texas Nov 26, 1923.

22-375		Vought VE-9
				Stalled and crashed at Bolling Field, DC Aug 29, 1924.

22-377		Vought VE-9
				w/o in forced landing 2 mi S of Seaford, Virginia Oct 4, 1924.

22-379/400		Vought VE-9
				Peter Bowers originally had these as being 23-379/400.
				384 (11th Sch Grp) w/o in collision when parked at Kelly Field, Texas Aug 10, 1925.
				385 (11th Sch Srp) w/o in takeoff accident near Waco, Texas May 9, 1924.
				388 (11th Sch Grp) w/o in takeoff accident at Muskogee, Oklahoma Sep 19, 1924.
				393 (11th Sch Grp) w/o in forced landing 10 mi S of Wichita, Kansas Oct 14, 1924.
				399 had McCook Field Project Number P330
				400 had McCook Field Project Number P331
22-401/402		Dayton-Wright TW-3
				401 had McCook Field Project Number P273
				402 (11th School Group) crashed on takeoff about 1/2 mile SE of Brooks Field, Texas Sep 20, 1923

22-504		DH-4B 
				w/o in take-off accident at Camp Nichols, Rizal, Philippines on  Aug 22, 1923 
22-505		DH-4B
				w/o in forced landing near Wilamette River, Eugene, OR on Feb 8, 1923
22-509		DH-4B
				16 OS; w/o in forced landing near Lebanon, IL on Dec 8, 1923
22-510		DH-4B
				15 OS; w/o in forced landing near Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL on May 11, 1924
22-511 		DH-4 
				to McCook Field as P251, not Standard J-1 22511.  Salvaged Jul 14, 1923
22-513		DH-4B
				overshot runway and w/o at Boston Airport, MA on Oct 10, 1925

22-517 		DH-4B to McCook Field as P-247 ??, not Standard J-1 22517

22-521		DH-4B
			Fairfield AID; w/o in forced landing 6 miles W of Dayton, OH on Mar 21, 1924

22-524		DH-4B
				w/o in landing accident at Balboa Field, Canal Zone on 20FEB23

22-529/571		Curtiss JN-4H
				Rebuilt by Army post-war from earlier aircraft and given new serials
				530, 540, 548 converted to JNH
				529, 543 converted to JNSI
				562 crashed at Chanute Field, IL Jun 20, 1923
				569 forcelanded at Nahant Bay, 1/2 mi E ol Lynn Beach, MA Oct 20, 1925
22-572/599		Curtiss JNSE
				Rebuilt after war and re-serialed.  These may actually be DH-4Bs that were rebuilt
				22-578		321 OS; w/o at Pearson Field, Vancouver Barracks, WA on 12JUN26
				22-580		w/o in forced landing at Colonial Beach, VA on 20AUG23
				22-584		w/o in landing accident at Phillips Field, Aberdeen, MD on 15FEB26
				22-585		Fairfield AID; w/o in forced landing at Jacktown, PA on 14MAY25
				22-589		crashed after take-off , 3 miles NW of Taal Barrio, Philippines on 04MAR25
				22-590		w/o in forced landing at Ursina Junction, PA on 11JAN29
				22-596		crashed on take-off at Uniontown, PA on 04APR25

22-693		DH-4B
				w/o in landing accident at Chanute Field, Illinois Jun 1924

22-1000/1049		Boeing DH-4B
				c/n 412-461
				1003 forcelanded near San Fernando, Philippines Sep 22, 1925.
				1005 (66 Svc Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Camp Nichols, Philippines
					Jun 15, 1927.
				1019 forcelanded in rice paddy near Camp Nichols, Philippines May 10, 1927
				1021 ditched in bay S of NAS Cavite, Philippines Dec 15, 1925
				1024 crashed on takeoff at Camp Nichols, Philippines Apr 19, 1924
				1030 crashed 5 mi S of Porac, Philippines May 18, 1926
				1032 w/o in landing accident at Barber's Point Field, HI Apr 27, 1925.
				1045 (4 OS) w/o in midair collision with 22-1049 and crashed at 
					Waipahu, HI Jul 23, 1945.
				1049 (4 OS) w/o in midair collision with 22-1045 and crashed at Waiele Gulch,
					HI Jul 23, 1945
22-1050/1052		Unknown allocation
				1050 (7 OS) damaged in landing accident at France FIELD, CZ Dec 20, 1925.
				1051 (63 SVC Sqn) involved in midair collision and w/o at France Field, CZ
					Oct 6, 1924.
22-1053/1058		Fisher DH-4B

22-1060/1099		Witteman DH-4B
				1069 (7 OS) w/o at ASan Jose, Costa Rica May 13, 1925.
				1080 (28 BS) w/o in landing accident at Camp Nichols, Philippines May 31, 1926
				1085 (63 SVC Sqn) force landed at Punta del Pilon, Panama Mar 10, 1926.
				1086 (2 OS) force landed at Pasay, Philippines Mar 12, 1926.
				1088 w/o in takeoff accident at Boquete, Panama Feb 12, 1925.
				1093 w/o in takeoff accident at Penonome, Panama Dec 23, 1924.
				1095 forcelanded 4 mi N of Fort Randolph, CZ Sep 10, 1925.
				1097 force-landed 15 mi NW of Punta Chame, Panama May 29, 1924
				1098 forcelanded near Aparri, Philippines May 8, 1926
				1099 forcelanded at Fort Davis, CZ Aug 12, 1926
22-1100/1149		Aeromarine DH-4B
				1120, 1126, 1139, 1142 converted to DH-4M-2T
				1104 (11 BS) damaged in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Jul 4, 1924.
				1107 to McCook Field as P-298.  Forcelanded 1 mi E of Blanchester, OH
					Sep 13, 1925.  Surveyed Nov 21, 1925.
				1110 forcelanded short of runway at McCook Field, OH May 2, 1925.
				1113 forcelanded 2 mi from Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Feb 19, 1925.
				1115 crashlanded at Sakonnet Point, Little Compton, RI Jun 13, 1924.
				1117 to McCook Field as P-297.  Surveyed Jan 30, 1925.
				1118 to McCook Field as P-307.  Surveyed Dec 7, 1926
				1121 to McCook Field as P-300.  Surveyed Feb 2, 1927.
				1122 to McCook Field as P-301.  W/o in landing accident at Monmouth, IL Apr 
					29, 1925.  Surveyed Jul 24, 1923
				1123 to McCook Field as P-299.  Surveyed Mar 8, 1927.
				1124 to McCook Field as P-296.  w/o in landing addident at
					McCook Field, OH Jul 11, 1925.  Surveyed Aug 6, 1925.
				1125 to McCook Field as P-302.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH
					Jan 27, 1927.  ST 28020
				1128 to McCook Field as P-292.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH
					Jan 27, 1927.  ST 28020.  
				1131 (88 OS) w/o at Chanute Field, IL Aug 12, 1924.
				1134 forcelanded 5 mi N of Ellington Field, TX Jul 24, 1925
				1138 w/o in landing accident at Corpus Christi, TX Sep 4, 1925.
				1142 (DH-4M-2T) w/o in landing accident at Matagorda, TX Jan 17, 1931.
				1145 forcelanded at Wheatfield, IN Jul 8, 1925
				1146 crashed in Rappahannock River off Tolls Point, VA Mar 10, 1925.
				1148 crashed 2 mi SE of Frostburg, MD Oct 16, 1925.
				1149 w/o in landing accident at Grisard Field, OH Aug 11, 1924.
22-1150/1199		Thomas-Morse DH-4B
				1150 forcelanded at Pleasant Hill, IL Feb 22, 1925
				1152 w/o at Langlin Field, WV Apr 23, 1924
				1154 to Mexican AF Jan 1924 as FAM-1
				1159 (22 AS) w/o in takeoff accident at Newelton, LA May 26, 1925.
				1162 forcelanded in bombing range N of Langley Field, VA Oct 20, 1924.
				1164 w/o in landing accident at South Field, Lincoln, NE May 27, 1924.
				1169 forcelanded 8 mi SE of Kokomo, IN Jun 1, 1925
				1170 converted as smokescreen layer.
				1172 w/o in landing accident at Irvington, VA Sep 7, 1925.
				1177 (94 PS) w/o in landing accident at Selfridge Field, MI May 11,1925
				1179 damaged in landing accident at Phillips Field, Aberdeen, MD Mar 14, 1925.
				1182 w/o in landing accident at Bristol, VA Aug 23, 1924
				1183 forcelanded 2 mi N of St Clairsville, OH Oct 28, 1925
				1185 w/o at Richmond, MI Feb 21, 1925.
				1186 forcelanded in Delaware River at Bristol, PA Jun 13, 1925.
				1187 to Mexican AF Jan 1924 as FAM-2.  Must have been returned, since reported
					w/o in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Apr 23, 1924.
				1189 w/o in landing accident at Pope Field, NC Ma4 25, 1925.
				1194 forcelanded at Newport, MD Mar 15, 1925.
				1196 (5 OS) forcelanded at Lore City, OH Dec 12, 1925.

				- 1923 -

23-1/8			Loening S-1 - Air Yacht Seaplane
					There is a photo of an Engineering Division GL-2 glider with the serial number A.S. 23-2 painted on it.  13 GL-2
					gliders were procured, but they were used as towed targets rather than manned gliders.  Were the serials
					A.S. 23-1 to 23-13 originally assigned to the GL-2s then the first 8 reassigned to the Loenings?
					In 1922-23 there was a separate FY sequence for gliders, hence the duplication.
				23-1 w/o in landing accident near Bondoc Point, Philippines Dec 31, 1923.

23-109			XCO-7A

23-379/400		Peter Bowers originally had these being allocated to Vought VE-9, but these are actually 22-379/400

23-405			DH-4B
				Stalled and crashed at Kelly Field, Texas Apr 17, 1924.
23-406			Atlantic DH-4B

23-411			DH-4B
				crashed on takeoff at Seagoville, Texas Dec 22, 1923

23-423			Fisher DH-4B

23-425/427		Atlantic DH-4B

23-435			DH-4B
				(12th OS) w/o in akeoff accident at Denver, Colorado Jun 16, 1924.
23-444			DH-4B
				involved in midair collision and crashed at Kelly Field, Texas Nov 18, 1923

23-463			DH-4BP-1
				Forcelanded 1 mi W of Schoen Field, IN May 22, 1924.

23-473/480		Curtiss JNS-1 
				Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt with Wright-Hispano I engine and reserialed  

23-485/486		Curtiss JNS-1
				Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt and reserialed

23-488/490		Curtiss JNS-1
				Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt and reserialed

23-492 			Curtiss JN-4H
				Rebuilt by the Army post-war from earlier aircraft and given new serial.
23-493/494		Curtiss JNS-1
				Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt and reserialed

23-503			DH-4B
				(94th PS) ditched of Turtle Island lighthouse, Maumee Bay, MI Mar 14, 1924
23-516			DH-4B
				Force landed 1 mi NW of Paxton, Illinos Mar 28, 1924
23-527			DH-4B
				Force landed 10 mi E of Ponca City, Oklanoma Dec 8, 1923
23-532/551		Curtiss JNS-1
				Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt and reserialed
				538 to Wright Field as P-314.  Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot OH
					Jan 20, 1926.  ST 21246
23-552/553		Unknown allocation
				552 listed as DH-4B to Wright Field as P-315 and shipped to Fairfield Air
					Intermediate Depot OH Dec 3, 1923.  ST 21246.
				553 listed as DH-4B-P1 to Wright Field as P-312 and surveyed Feb 8, 1926
23-554/555		Curtiss JN-6H
23-556/557		Curtiss JN-4H
				Rebuilt by Army post-war from eariler aircraft and given new serials.

23-605/650		Curtiss JN-4H 
				605/625 rebuilt again by Army as JNS-1 and given new serials
				631/636 rebuilt again by Army as JNS-1 and given new serials.
				605, 627, 649 rebuilt from earlier model.
				606, 615, 638, 650, rebuilt as JNH.
				607/614, 616/624, 626,628/630, 633,635,637,639/648 built as JN-6HG rebuilt 
					after war.
				625,631,632,634,637 rebuilt after war as JNSE
				602 crashed near Travis Auxiliary Airfield, TX Jan 9, 1924
				605 damaged in takeoff accident at Yturri Field, TX May 2, 1924
				611 w/o at Stinson Field, TX Feb 28, 1923
				617 crashed 8 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Nov 6, 1923
				619 crashed at Smithville, TX Apr 6, 1928
				621 (22 OS) damaged in takeoff accident at Fayetteville, TN Jun 2, 1926\
				622 w/o in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Apr 28, 1923
				623 forcelanded at Post Field, Fort Sill, OK Oct 4, 1924
				626 crashed at Maxwell Field, AL Jun 16, 1925
				629 crashed on takeoff at Brooks Field, TXC Jan 10, 1924
				630 w/o at Brooks Field, TX Nov 12, 1924
				635 crashed 1/2 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jan 9, 1926
				637 forcelanded at Brooks Field, TX Apr 16, 1923
				646 crashed on approach to Brooks Field, TX Jan 16, 1928

23-660/674		Gallaudet DH-4B
				669 had McCook Field Project Number P329 when fitted with complete wing
					cellule from Loening COA-1.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925
				672 to McCook Field as P429

23-680			DH-4B
				Crashlanded at Oscoda, MI May 23, 1924
23-682			DH-4B
				Forcelanded near Chicotah, Oklanyom Mar 28, 1924

23-685/688		Atlantic DH-4M

23-699			Cox-Klemm DH-4B

23-702			Atlantic DH-4M

23-707			DH-4 that became NC97M with US Postal Department

23-709/715		Cox-Klemm DH-4B
23-716/725		Atlantic DH-4M
23-726			Witteman DH-4B

23-730			Witteman DH-4B

23-732			Atlantic DH-4M

23-738			Witteman DH-4B

23-740/743		Atlantic DH-4M
23-744			Witteman DH-4B

23-751/757		Atlantic DH-4M
				752 to McCook Field as P391
23-758			Witteman DH-4B

23-766/774		Atlantic DH-4M
	
23-937			Curtiss JN-4H
				Rebuilt from earlier model.
23-938/948		Eberhart SPAD 13E 
				Rebuilt SPAD XIII.

23-1200			Dayton-Wright DH-4B-5
				Had McCook Field Project Number P288.  Surveyed Feb 11, 1925
23-1201/1203		Curtiss XPW-8 Hawk
				Initially procured as PW-8 until redesignated Mar 1924
				1201 to McCook Field as P-295. Unofficially converted to CO-X with second cockpit.  Surveyed Feb 21, 1925.
				1202 had McCook Field Project Number P333.  W/o Jun 30, 1923, Selfridge Field.  Also listed as force landed
					1/4 mi W oF Selfridge Field, MI Jan 8, 1924
				1203 modified as XPW-8A with single-bay wings.  Had McCook Field Project Number P364.
					Later modified with tapered wings as XPW-8B
			          	and became prototype for P-1 Hawk.  Came in 3rd in 1924 Pulitzer Trophy Race.
					Crashed 1 mi NNE of McCook Field, OH Mar 20, 1925.  Surveyed May 5, 1925.
					Dean and Hagedorn have it crashing Jun 1, 1925 while
					engaged in mock combat at McCook Field
23-1204			Engineering Division XCO-5 
				To McCook Field as P305
23-1205/1209		Fokker CO-4A
				1206 damaged in takeoff accident at Quantico, VA May 28, 1928
				1209 at McCook Field as P325
23-1210			Douglas World Cruiser DWC
				c/n 144.  To McCook Field as P318.  Named ‘Boston II’ and joined the round the world flight in Nova Scotia as a 
					replacement for 23-1231.   Shipped to Fairfield Air Intermediate Depot, OH Jan 28, 1926.  ST 21294.
23-1211/1215		Huff-Daland TW-5
				1211 to McCook Field as P324.  Shipped to Chanute Il Sep 3, 1925.
23-1216/1218		Boeing XPW-9 
				c/n 512/514
				1216 to McCook Field as P309.  Surveyed Nov 8, 1923.
				1217 to McCook Field as P355.  
				1218 to McCook Field as P356

23-1220			LWF XT-3

23-1229/1232		Douglas World Cruiser DWC
				c/n 145/148
				These aircraft were ordered and built to be the first formation of single-engined aircraft to fly around the world. 
					Started from Santa Monica, CA, 17Mar24 and flown to Seattle for the official start where the aircraft were 
					named and fitted with floats. Departed Sand Point, Lake Washington, WA, 4Apr24.
				1229 was "Seattle" - flew into water at Chignik, Alaska Apr 30, 1924 and was w/o.  Front section 
					noted during 1994 at Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK.  Parts still there in summer 2005.
				1230 was "Chicago" - Now in NASM
				1231 was "Boston" - lost near Faroe Islands.
				1232 was "New Orleans" - now in WPAFB museum.  Noted in Museum of
					Flying, Santa Monica, CA Jan 2002.  Reported in fall of 2003 to be destined
					for Western Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA

23-1234			Loening XCOA-1
23-1235			Curtiss R-8 
				R2C-1 A6691 of US Navy sold to USAAC after 1923 Pulitzer Trophy Race.  To McCook Field as P354.  Crashed
					Sep 2, 1924 on test flight before 1924 race.
23-1236			Engineering Division XCO-6
				At McCook Field as P360.
				Redesignated XCO-6B in 1924 then XCO-6C in 1926.

23-1247/1248		Cox-Klemm XA-1
				1247 to McCook Field as P383
				1248 to McCook Field as P421.  With 68 Svc Squn crashed on takeoff at Ammans Crossing, TX Nov 18, 1929

23-1250			Huff-Daland XLB-1
				1250 to McCook Field as P395
23-1251			Douglas XO-2
				c/n 157.  Fitted with a Liberty V-1650-1 engine.  1251 to McCook Field as P374, later P519
23-1252  		Curtiss XO-1
				1252 to McCook Field as P375. Surveyed Apr 23, 1925
23-1253			Possibly the Consolidated TW-8, a modified TW-3 which
				acted as prototype for PT-1.
23-1254			Douglas XO-2
				c/n 167 Fitted with a Packard 1A-1500 engine.  (one reference has this being the Dayton-Wright XO-3 Mohawk)
23-1255			Martin XO-4 
				cancelled contract

23-1300/1319		Consolidated TW-3
				The TW-3 was designed by Dayton-Wright, but Consolidated was formed in spring 1923, and bought the Dayton-Wright 
					trainer designs and was issued the production contract for 20 examples on Jun 14, 1923..
				One TW-3 transferred to US Navy as Bu. no. A-6730
				1309 to McCook Field as P338.  Surveyed Nov 10, 1924

23-1329		DH-4B
				Crashed a Kelly Field, Texas Dec 14, 1923

				- 1924 -
 
24-1			Loening S-1
				Air Yacht Seaplane.  With 59th Svc Sqn, crashed due to weather conditins at Hampton Roads, VA Jul 20, 1924.      
24-2/7			Douglas DOS 
				c/n 151/156.  Redesignated O-5 in 1924.  Assigned to the 2nd Observation Squadron, Kindley Field, Corregidor, on behalf of the 
					Philippines Aviation Department
24-6/7			Loening XCOA-1 (conflict here)
24-8			Loening COA-1
				8 to McCook Field as P384, designated XCOA-1.  Crashed on takeoff at Bowman Field, KY Apr 9, 1927.

24-30				DH-4B
				47 Sch Sqn, crashed NE of Pendleton, Texas Dec 28, 1923

24-34/37		Atlantic DH-4BM-2T

24-38				DH-4B
				W/o in landing accident at Hondo, Texas Jun 17, 1924

24-41/48		Curtiss JN-6H
				built as JN-6HG rebuilt after war
				42 crashed 3 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jan 26, 1924.
				43 collided with 24-193 on takeoff from Ytarri Auxiliary Field near San Antonio, TX May 1, 1925.
				44 destroyed by fire at Brooks Field, TX Feb 11, 1925

24-49				DH-4B
				W/o in landing accident at Fort Bliss, Texas Jun 24, 1924.

24-51/54		Dayton-Wright DH-4BP-1

24-57/59		Curtiss JNS-I
				Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt and reserialed

24-64/85		Dayton-Wright DH-4B

24-92/93		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft
				93 to McCook Field as P372

24-95			Dayton-Wright DH-4B

24-100/108		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft

24-112		DH-4B
				crashlanded 1 mi N of Alaminos, Pampanga, Philippines Feb 3, 1924.

24-115/131		Gallaudet DH-4B

24-134/135		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt by Army from earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft and reserialed.

24-140/150		Curtiss JN-6H
24-151			Unknown allocation, but may have been JN-6H.  Crashlanded on streets of San Antonio, TX Nov 30, 1923.
24-152/161		Curtiss JN-4H
				Rebuilt by the Army post-war from eariler aircraft and given new serials.
				160 crashed 5 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jan 22, 1924
24-162			Unknown allocation, but may have been JN-6H.  W/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Oct 20, 1924
24-163			Curtiss JNS
24-164/170		Curtiss JN-6H
				Rebuilt by Army post-war from earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft and given new serials.
24-171/180		Curtiss JN-4H
				Earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft rebuilt and reserialed
				converted to JNS.  171, 175 converted to JNSI
				172 forcelanded 500 yd W of Brooks Field, TX Dec 14, 1923
				177 crashed on takeoff near Brooks Field, TX May 6, 1924
				178 forcelanded 1 1/2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Jan 14, 1925
24-181/184		Unknown allocation, but may have been JN-6H
				184 w/o at Brooks Field, TX Nov 12, 1924
24-185			Curtiss JNH
				Crashed 4 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jun 6, 1924
24-186/195		Curtiss JN-6H
				Rebuilt by Army post-war from earlier JN-4H and JN-6H aircraft and given new serials
				189 crashed near Stinson Field, TX Jul 20, 1924
				191 later converted to JN-4H
				193 collided with 24-43 on takeoff from Ytarr Auxiliary Airfield near San Antonio, TX May 1, 1925.

24-201/225		Curtiss PW-8 Hawk
				201 to McCook Field as P357.  W/o in landing accident at Fort Wayne, IN Jun 25, 1925.  Surveyed Aug 7, 1925
   				202 to McCook Field as P358.  Fitted with turbo supercharger for tests.
				203 w/o in forced landing at Lake St Clair, MI Jul 22, 1925.
				204 to McCook Field as P361.  Completed dawn-to-dusk crossing of USA 6/23/24 flown by 
					Russell Maughan.
				206 w/o in forced landing near Hicksville, NY Oct 7, 1925
				207 w/o in landing accident at Camp Skell, Oscoda, MI Jun 11, 1925
				208 w/o in forced landing at Attica, OH Mar 10, 1925
				209 forcelanded 10 mi S of Leesburg, VA Nov 20, 1925.
				211 w/o in forced landing at DuBois, PA Mar 6, 1927
				212 ditched in Des Moines River, 1 mi S of Runnells, IA Jul 31, 1925
				213 (1st PG, 27th PS) w/o in landing accident at Lake St Clair, 1/2 mi NNE of Selfridge Field, MI Jan 19, 1925
				218 (1st PG, 17th PS) w/o in forced landing at Crab Neck, VA Oct 16, 1925
				219 crashed 1 mi E of Eagles Mere, PA Apr 10, 1925
				221 crashed on takeoff at Pitcairn Field, Philadelphia, PA Jul 20, 1925.
				222 w/o in forced landing at Bolling Field, DC Oct 13, 1925.
				224 w/o in landing accident at Selfridge Field, MI Feb 22, 1926
24-226/227		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft

24-231/245		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft
				238 w/o in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Jun 19, 1924

24-247/253		Fisher DH-4B

24-255/274		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft

24-437			Fisher DH-4B

24-451/454		Boeing DH-4M-1

				- 1925 - 

25-1/44			Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft

25-46			DH-4B-1
25-47			Dayton-Wright DH-4B
25-48			DH-4BK

25-51			Curtiss JN-6H
				Built as JN-6HG rebuilt after war
25-52			Dayton-Wright DH-4BM
25-53			Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft
25-54			Dayton-Wright DH-4BP-1

25-56/77		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft
25-78			Gallaudet DH-4BK
25-79/82		Gallaudet DH-4B
25-83			Gallaudet DH-4BM
25-84			Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft.  Forcelanded at Ovington Field, Santa Barbara, CA May 1, 1927.
25-85/89		Witteman DH-4B
25-90			Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft

25-127/129		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft

25-131			DH-4B

25-134/160		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft
25-161/163		Fisher DH-4BK
25-164			Unknown allocation
25-165/200		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft

25-226/234		Loening COA-1
			228 (91 OS) ditched in San Francisco Bay May 1, 1928
			229 to US Navy in 1925
			230 (72 BS) w/o at Hilo Harbor, HI Jul 5, 1926
			231 w/o in landing accident at Laguna de Bay, Philippines Aug 16, 1926
			232 to US Navy in 1925
			233 w/o in landing accident at Gatun Lake, CZ Jun 29, 1926
			234 (7 OS) crashed on takeoff at Puerto Perme, Panama Apr 4, 1928.
			A third example was transferred to US Navy in 1925, but I don't know the serial.
25-235/244		Huff-Daland AT-1	
				235 to McCook Field as P381
25-245/294		Consolidated PT-1
				245 to McCook Field as P386
				246 to McCook Field as P387, then to 59 Svc Sqn.  Crashed 1 mi NW of Center Cross, VA Jun 1, 1929.
				247 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 1 mi W of Lady of the Lake College, San Antonio, TX Jan 31, 1927.
				248 (16 OS) crashed at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS Jan 29, 1929
				249  forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX May 7, 1925
				250 (5 OS) damaged in takeoff accident at Mitchel Field, NY Dec 9, 1928
				252 (112 OS) damaged in landing accident at Cleveland Airport, OH Mar 3, 1929
				256 crashlanded 4 mi SW of Brooks Field, TX Jan 15, 1926
				258 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Dec 2, 1925
				259 forcelanded 8 mi S of Fairfield Air Depot, OH Jun 27, 1928
				261 crashed 1 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Jul 8, 1925
				264 to McCook Field as P396.  Crashed on takeoff 500 yds E of McCook Field, OH Jul 8, 1926
				266 w/o in forced landing at Santa Rosa, CA May 19, 1929
				267 crashed 2 mi NW of Brooks Field, TX Dec 8, 1925
				270 w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 10, 1925
				272 crashed at Pearson Field, WA Apr 4, 1929
				275 forcelanded 2 mi S of Duncan Field, TX Aug 19, 1927
				276 damaged in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Oct 29, 1925
				278 damaged in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Feb 8, 1927
				284 crashed 2 1/2 mi SE of Long Beach MAP, CA Sep 17, 1929
				286 damaged in forced landing at Gren Harbor, MA Jul 5, 1929
				287 w/o in landing accident at Yturri Field, TX Jun 18, 1926
				288 w/o at Brooks Field, TX Oct 29, 1925
				289 (94 PS) damaged on ground at Selfridge Field, MI Aug 28, 1929
				290 w/o in forced landing near National City, CA Nov 6, 1928
				291 damaged in forced landing at Atascosa, TX Aug 6, 1926
				292 to McCook Field as P570
				293 crashed 1 mi E o Kelly Field, TX Jun 21, 1926
25-295/324		Boeing PW-9
				c/n 659/670 and 720/737
				295 to McCook Field as P430
				297 (19 PS) w/o at Luke Field, HI Dec 7, 1926
				299 (19 PS) w/o in midair collisin with PW-9A 26-368 over Waipahu, HI Sep 17, 1926
				301 (19 PS) w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI May 11, 1926.  The pilot was Claire L. Chennault.
				303 (6 PS) w/o in forced landing at Kaneohe, HI Apr 14, 1927
				305 (19 PS) w/o in forced landing at Hanalei, HI Aug 10, 1929
				308 w/o in landing accident at Bolling Field, DC Mar 21, 1926
				309 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 12, 1926
				313 w/o in landing accident at Clark Field, Philipines Aug 2, 1927
				314 crashed 2 mi N of Clark Field, Philippines Nov 21, 1927
				317 crashed 2 mi N of Clark Field, Philippines Apr 26, 1928
				318 crashed 200 yd from France Field, CZ Aug 9, 1927.
				321 w/o in forced landing at France Field, CZ Jun 28, 1927
				322 crashed in Gatun Lake, 1 1/2 mi from South Lock, CZ Aug 9, 1927
				324 converted to XP-4.  To McCook Field as P446.  Surveyed Mar 2, 1928.
25-325/334		Curtiss O-1 Falcon
				325 to McCook Field as P437.  Converted to O-1 Special, a VIP transport.
				328 to McCook Field as P476.  Crashed 9 mi S of Columbus, OH Sep 4, 1929
				331 to McCook Field as P495.  Converted to XO-13A racer.  Entered in 1927 National Air Races,
					win the Liberty Engine Builters Trophy.  Crash landed at Philips Field,
					Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD Oct 21, 1929
				332 to McCook Field as P489.  Converted to XO-13 racer.  Entered in 1927 Natinal Air Races.
				333 completed as O-1A.  To McCook Field as P449
				334 to McCook Field as P440
				328 became XO-11
25-335/379		Douglas O-2
				c/n 170/214
				350 to McCook Field as P441.  Surveyed Sep 16, 1926
				353 to McCook Field as P465
25-380			Douglas XA-2
				C/n 215.  Attack version of O-2.  To McCook Field as P472
25-381/386		Douglas O-2B
				C/n 216/221.  Douglas O-2 with dual controls and armament removed.
25-387/404		Douglas O-2A
				c/n 168, 222/238.  Douglas O-2 with night flying equipment.
25-405/407		Douglas O-7
			c/n 239/241.  Douglas O-2 with Packard 1A-1500 engine.
				405 converted to O-2C configuration.  To McCook Field as P432
				406 converted back to O-2 configuration.
				407 converted back to O-2 configuration.  To McCook Field as P459  
25-408			Douglas O-8
  				C/n 242. Experimental version of O-2 with Curtiss R-1454 radial.
				Later modified to O-2A standard
25-409			Douglas O-9
				C/n 243.  Experimental version of O-2 with geared Packard
				1A-1500 driving a 4-bladed prop.  Later modified to O-2A standard.
				To McCook Field as P448
25-410/424		Curtiss P-1
				410 used as testbed for Wright V-1470 under
					designation XP-17.  To McCook Field as P400
				421, 422, and 424 converted to P-1A.
				420/424 redesignated P-2 when fitted with Curtiss V-1400 engine, but 421,422, and 423
			        	were later converted back to P-1A configuration.
				420 delivered as P-2.  420 later fitted with
					experimental turbosupercharger as XP-2.  To McCook Field as P431  
				421 delivered as P-2
				423 delivered as P-2.  Became XP-6 and was fitted with 600 hp
					Curtiss V-1570-1 engine and used for racing.
					Finished 2nd in 1927 National Air Races at 189 mph.
					To McCook Field as P494.  Crashed Feb 25, 1929.
25-425/433		Douglas C-1
				c/n 158/166.
				425 first flight May 2, 1925.  To McCook Field as P394
				426 to C-1A.  To McCook Field as P424.  Experimentally fitted with a Liberty V-1650-5 and designated 
					C-1A. Also trialled with skis. Reverted to C-1
				432 used as a tanker aircraft 1929 during trials in flight refuelling experiments with the Fokker C-2 and 
					Boeing Hornet Shuttle
25-434			Unknown allocation
25-435/436		Thomas-Morse XO-6
				All-metal version of Douglas O-2.
				435 to McCook Field as P439
				436 to McCook Field as P456
25-437/439		Thomas-Morse O-6
25-440			Thomas-Morse XO-6B
				440 to McCook Field as P503
25-441/447		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft.

				- 1926 - 

26-1/14			Douglas O-2C
				c/n 343/356  (conflict here)
26-1			Curtiss JNA
26-2			Curtiss JNS
26-3			Douglas DH-4B
26-4/14			Curtiss JNS
26-15			Unknown allocation
26-16/17			Curtiss JNS
26-18			Curtiss JN-6H
				Built as JN-6HG rebuilt after war.  Converted to JNS
26-19			Curtiss JNS
26-20			Curtiss JN-6H
				Built as JN-6HG rebuilt after war.  Converted to JNS
26-21			Unknown allocation
26-22			Curtiss JN-4H
				Rebuilt from earlier model.  Converted to JNS, then to JNSI
26-23/25			Curtiss JNS
26-26			Curtiss JN-4D
26-27/28		Curtiss JN-6H
				Built as JN-6HG rebuilt after war.  026/028 converted to JNS
26-29/30		Dayton-Wright DH-4BK
				29 to McCook Field as P423
				30 to McCook Field as P398
26-31/35		Curtiss JNS
				Rebuilt aircraft
26-36/200		Unknown allocation
26-201			Huff-Daland XHB-1 Cyclops
				201 to McCook Field as P452
26-202/204		Fokker-Atlantic C-2
				202 and 203 at McCook as P463, P464
				202 made first trans-Pacific flight from Oakland, CA
					to Honolulu, HI
				203 converted to XC-2.  
26-205			Driggs-Johnson DJ-1 Bumblebee
				205 to McCook Field as P443
26-206			Waco 9
				No designation assigned, had McCook project number designation XP-447
26-207			Unknown allocation
26-208			Huff-Daland XLB-5
				208 to McCook Field as P453, P509
26-209			Unknown allocation
26-210			Atlantic(Fokker) XLB-2
26-211			Curtiss XB-2
				211 to McCook Field as P477
26-212			Loening XO-10
				Original designation was XOA-1.
				212 to McCook Field as P566
26-213/225		Unknown allocation
26-226/275		Consolidated PT-1
				226 w/o in takeoff accident at Corpus Christi, TX Apr 20, 1926
				227 crashed at Schoen Field, Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN Dec 23, 1928
				228 damaged in landing accident at Wellsville, UT Sep 2, 1929
				229 damaged in takeoff accident at Palm Springs, CA Jul 24, 1928
				231 crashed at Duncan Field, TX May 31, 1927
				233 is in USAF Museum
				234 (95 PS) crashed in ocean 3 mi S of Imperial Beach, CA Mar 6, 1929
				237 forcelanded 1/4 mi S of Culver City, CA May 12, 1929
				238 w/o in takeoff accident at Langley Field, VA Oct 22, 1928
				240 damaged in takeoff accident at Richards Field, Kansas City, MO Jan 18, 1928
				246 w/o at Boston Airport, MA Sep 27, 1929
				247 crashed 2 mi SW of Lebanon, IL Oct 18, 1929
				255 forcelanded 2 1/2 mi N of Rochester, MI Aug 16, 1928
				256 forcelanded 1 mi S of Brooks Field, TX May 23, 1927
				259 damaged in landing accident at Schoen Field, Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN Aug 20, 1928
				260 damaged in landing accident at Crissy Field, TX Nov 20, 1928
				262 forcelanded 2 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Dec 13, 1926
				264 damaged in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Oct 15, 1929
				268 damaged in landing accident at Schoen Field, Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN Jan 15, 1928
				269 w/o in forced landing at Columbus, OH Jun 17, 1925
				272 crashed 2 1/2 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Apr 27, 1927
				274 w/o in forced landing at Fort Leavenworth, KS Apr 22, 1929
26-276/300		Curtiss P-1A
				280 converted to test work as XP-1A.  To McCook Field as P508
				288 to Wright Field as P574
				295 converted to XP-6A - won National Air Races in 1927.  To McCook Field as P488.  Crashed during 
					preparation for 1928 races.  Surveyed Jun 8, 1928.
				296 converted to XAT-4 advanced trainer with
				  	Wright Hispano E.  To McCook Field as P444, P526
				300 ws to have been XP-3 with Curtiss R-1454 engine but installation cancelled and designation not
					used.  Delivered Oct 1927 as first XP-3A before becoming
					 XP-21 and XP-21A.  To McCook Field as P451
26-301/350		Consolidated PT-1
				302 crashed at Langley Field, VA Jun 29, 1928
				305 crashed 1 1/2 mi N of Brooks Field, TX Feb 5, 1927
				306 crashed at Brooks Field, TX Feb 27, 1928
				313 crashed at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Feb 15, 1928
				316 forcelanded 4 mi SW of Brooks Field, TX Jun 28, 1927
				319 damaged in forced landing at North Smithfield, RI Dec 3, 1928
				325 crashed at Blue Hills Reservation near Milton, MA Aug 16, 1929
				327 to McCook Field as P454
				330 forcelanded 1/2 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Sep 27, 1927
				336 crashed at McGregor Golf Course, Dayton, OH Jun 5, 1928
				341 (91 OS) forcelanded 1 1/2 mi short of Santa Maria Airport, CA May 11, 1929
				342 (430 PS) in midair collision with O-2H 29-159 and crashed 4 1/2 mi SW of Kansas City, MO Feb 1, 1931.
				343 crashed 2 mi W of Chanute Field, IL Dec 27, 1926
				345 damaged in landing accident at Boston Airport, MA Nov 16, 1929
				350 crashed 10 mi NE of Lunken MAP, Cincinnati, OH Oct 19, 1929
26-351/375		Boeing PW-9A
				c/n 776/800
				351 (19 PS) w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Dec 13, 1926
				353 (19 PS) ditched at sea 1 mi off Fort DeReusey, HI Jul 5, 1927
				360 (24 PS) w/o in forced landing near Mount Hope, CZ Dec 10, 1929
				364 (3 PS) ditched in Manila Bay off Pasay, Philippines Jan 26, 1929
				368 (19 PS) w/o in midair collision woth PW-9 25-299 over Waipahu, HI Sep 17, 1926
				369 (6 PS) crashed at Honolulu-John Rodgers, HI Nov 2, 1929
				372 w/o in takeoff accident at Chanute Field, IL Jul 7, 1928
				373 crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Jun 1, 1927
				374 converted to AT-3.  To McCook Field as P445
				375 completed as PW-9B.  43 Sch Sqn w/o i landing accident at Kelly Field, TX
					Apr 8, 1931.
26-376			Not allocated
26-377/385		Huff-Daland LB-1
				376 to McCook Field as P438.  Surveyed Aug 7, 1926
				379 to McCook Field as P450
26-386/417		Douglas O-2C
				c/n 266/277, 301/302, 280/297, 
				Some delivered to the Air Corps, others to the Militia Bureau for use by the National Guard
				387 modified as XO-2C for testing of experimental wireless equipment installed in a
					ventral pannier.  To McCook Field as P458
				408 to McCook Field as P455
26-418			Douglas O-2E
				c/n 300. O-2C with modified controls.  To McCook Field as P466
26-419/420		Douglas O-2D
				c/n 298,299.  Unarmed staff transport.
26-421/427		Douglas C-1C
				c/n 366/372.
				423 to McCook Field as P464
26-428/442		Loening OA-1A
				428 (7 OS) ditched in Manzanilla Bay, near France Field, CZ Jan 28, 1929
				431 noted Jul 2005 in USAF Museum, OH, on loan from NASM.  Reported
					summer 2008 at NASM, Udvar-Hazy center, Chantilly, VA
				435 damaged in landing accident at France Field, CZ Oct 23, 1927
				437 (7 OS) crashed in ocean 3 1/2 mi E of Colon, Panama Apr 3, 1928
				438 (2 OS) damaged in landing accident at Findley Field, Corregidor, Philippines Mar 27, 1929
				439 (2 OS) damaged in forced landing at Capa Calavite, Philippines Jul 19, 1928
26-443/457		Boeing PW-9C
				c/n 837/851
				443 w/o in landing accident at Anton, Panama Nov 22, 1927
				444 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at El Paso MAP, TX Feb 10, 1931.
				445 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o at San Angelo, TX Jan 7, 1931.
				452 (18 PS) collided with 27-183 and crashed 2 mi W of Wheeler Field, HI
					Jul 1, 1929
				453 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 12, 1929
				455 (6 PS) w/o at Wheeler Field, HI Dec 4, 1928
				457 (24 PS) w/o in landing accident at France Field, CZ Aug 5, 1929.
26-458			No record
				- 1927 - 

27-1/35			Curtiss O-11 Falcon
				For Air National Guard
				1 converted to O-11A
				2 (106 OS) w/o in forced landing at Birmingham, AL Sep 22, 1929
				11 w/o in forced landing at Camp Grant, Rockford, IL Aug 7, 1928
				17 (105 OS) w/o in forced landing at Wright Field, OH May 17, 1931
				35 converted to XO-12. Scrapped Apr 1933
27-36/62		Unknown allocation
27-63/87		Curtiss P-1B Hawk
				68 to Wright Field as P457
				71 and 73 diverted to test work as XP-1B.  071 to Wright Field as P523,
					073 to Wright Field as P572
				80 to Wright Field as P462
				82 to Wright Field as P460, P573
				87 to Wright Field as P461
27-88/97		Curtiss AT-4 Hawk
				Trainer version of P-1 Hawk pursuit. 
				All eventually converted to P-1D
				89 involved in midair collision with 27-216 Jun 13, 1929 and crashed
					at Fort Crockett, TX
				92 in midaircollision with P-1B 27-82 over Kelly Field Nov 3, 1931.
				95 (43 Sch Sqn) crashed 3 mi NE of Castroville, TX Sep 14, 1928.
27-98/107		Curtiss O-11 Falcon
				for Air National Guard
				099 w/o in landing acciden at Rich Field, TX May 24, 1928
				098 converted to XO-11
				101 forced landed 15 mi N of Fredericksburg, TX Aug 13, 1928
				102 crashed on takeoff at Mitchell Field, NY Apr 24, 1929
				103 (12 OS) damaged in landing accident at Yturri Field, TX Mar 9, 1929.  Was obviously repaired, because
					it crashed shortly after takeoff 14 mi SW of Crowell, TX Feb 2, 1931, by which time it was being
					used by 42 Sch Sqn
				104 damaged in landing accident at Mitchell Field, NY Aug 17, 1929
				106 (5 OS) crashed on takeoff at Mitchell Field, NY Mar 28, 1929
				107 (9 OS) crashed at Meadow Brook Country Club, Long Island, NY Jun 8, 1928
27-108/177		Consolidated PT-1
				108 (16 OS) crashed 1/4 mi E of Junction City, KS Oct 1, 1929
				109 crashed at Pittsburgh Airport, PA Jun 29, 1929
				111 crashed 4 mi E of Comfort, TX Sep 30, 1927
				115 forcelanded 4 mi NE of Brooks Field, TX Sep 13, 1928
				116 (91 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Crissy Field, CA Jun 25, 1929
				119 (107 OS) damaged in landing accident at Lapeer, MI May 24, 1929
				121 forcelanded 3 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Jun 21, 1927
				122 forcelanded 1/2 mi E of Brooks Field, TX Nov 4, 1927
				125 (107 OS/MI NG) w/o at Rouge Field, Detroit, MI Oct 20, 1928
				126 damaged at Long Beach MAP, CA May 13, 1929
				135 forcelanded near Palm Springs, CA Sep 18, 1928
				136 (116 OS) forcelanded 1 1/2 mi WS of Newman Lake, WA Nov 23, 1928
				137 damaged in forced landing near Culver City, CA May 12, 1929
				139 damaged in emergency landing at Tulare, CA Sep 16, 1928
				143 damaged in forced landing at Chanute Field, IL Oct 3, 1928
				144 (16 OS) damaged in forced landing at Camp Grant, IL Aug 7, 1928
				149 completed as XPT-2.  To Wright Field as P469
				150 (1 PG HQ Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Romeo, MI Apr 1, 1928
				151 (108 OS) w/o in forced landing at Camp Grant, IL Aug 7, 1928
				153 w/o in forced landing at Amesbury Airport, MA Oct 5, 1928
				155 damaged in forced landing at Thompson Island, Boston Harbor, MA Oct 27, 1929
				156 forcelanded 3 mi W of Anglum, MO Feb 29, 1928
				157 crashed at Montpelier, VT Nov 14, 1927.  Herbert Hoover's assistant, Reuben 
					Sleight, was killed.
				158 (49 PS) crashed on takeoff S of Langley Field, VA Jul 18, 1929
				160 w/o in landing accident at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS May 31, 1931
				162 (102 OS) w/o at Pine Camp, Great Bend, NY Jul 24, 1928
				170 (103 OS) w/o at Jarretsville, MD Mar 16, 1929
				171 (101 OS) crashed on takeoff at Acushnet, MA Jun 9, 1929
				174 damaged in taxiing accident at Chanute Field, IL Apr 22, 1929
				176 to Wright Field as P471.  176 diverted to US Navy
				177 completed as XPT-3 and then to XPT-5, but
				   was eventually converted to PT-3 standard.  To Wright Field as P470, P501, P530
				150 is at San Diego
27-178/202	        Boeing PW-9C
				c/n 852/876
				178 w/o in forced landing at Cocle, Panama May 3, 1928
				179 (43 Sch Sqn) crashed 20 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Aug 8, 1931.
				181 (26 AS) w/o at Haleiwa Field, HI Aug 10, 1931
				182 (19 PS) ditched 500 yd NE of Ford Island, HI Dec 8, 1927.
				183 (18 PS) collided with 26-452 and crashed 2 mi W of Wheeler Field, HI
					Jul 1, 1929.
				186 w/o in takeoff accident at Boston, MA May 28, 1928
				187 w/o at Hondo Field, TX Jul 15, 1929
				188 w/o in takeoff accident at Cheyenne, WY Jun 9, 1928
				190 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX May 18, 1931
				192 w/o in landing accident at March Field, CA Jan 30, 1928
				193 (43 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 9 mi SE of San Antonio, TX Oct 30, 1931
				195 (43 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 1/2 mi W of Wetmore, TX Mar 23, 1931.
				196 (3 PS) crashed on takeoff at Clark Field, Philippines Sep 26, 1928.
				200 (6 PS) crashlanded at Waimanalo, HI Oct 2, 1929
				202 delivered as PW-9D.  with 43 Sch Sqn w/o at Kelly Field, TX
					Apr 6, 1931.  Surveyed Jun 4, 1931.
27-203/212		Douglas C-1C
				c/n 373/382
				210 w/o in takeoff accident at Duncan Field, TX Feb 10, 1931
27-213/237		Curtiss AT-4
				Trainer version of P-1 Hawk pursuit. 
				All eventually converted to P-1D.
				213 involved in midair collision with 27-235 and crashed 5 mi SE of
					Kelly Field, TX Apr 3, 1928
				215 crashed 8 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Oct 29, 1927
				216 in midair collision with 27-89 and crashed at Fort Crockett, TX
					Jun 13, 1929.
				218 forcelanded 13 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Oct 29, 1927
				219 crashed 8 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Oct 27, 1927
				220 crashed 3 mi NW of Gorman, TXFeb 17, 1928
				221 crashed at Kelly Field, TX Aug 20, 1927
				222 w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 24, 1928
				225 w/o in forced landing at New Braunfels, TX Feb 2, 1928
				229 w/o in midair collision with 27-218 over Duncan Field TX Jul 11, 1927
				230 damaged in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Feb 10, 1928
				233 forcelanded at Pine Tree Island Beach, VA Jan 17, 1928
				234 crashed 2 mi E of Mitchell Lake, TX Sep 3, 1927
				235 in midair collision with 27-213 and crashed 5 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX
					Apr 23, 1928.
27-238/242		Curtiss AT-5
				Trainer version of P-1 Hawk pursuit. 
				All eventually converted to P-1E
				239 to Wright Field as P473
27-243/287		Curtiss O-1B Falcon
				Not clear if manufactured as A-3 or subsequently modified.
				243 converted to A-3 and back to O-1B.  To Wright Field as P493
				244 converted to XA-4.  To Wright Field as P500.  Scrapped Mar 1932
				245 converted to A-3.  With 20th BS, 2nd BG, forcelanded at Hardyville, VA Feb 15, 1929.
				246 was XA-3.  to Wright Field as P511.  W/o in landing accident at Port Columbus Airport, OH
					Nov 2, 1929.
				247 converted to A-3.  Withh 90th AS, 3rd BG, w/o in landing accident at Fort Crockett, TX
					Jul 3, 1929
				248 converted to A-3.  Crashed 1 1/2 miles W of Fresno, TX Se 17, 1928
				249 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn forcelanded 2 mi E of Mitchell Lake, TS Jul 19, 1932.
				250 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn crashed 8 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Sep 15, 1932.
				251 converted to A-3.  Ditched in Mississippi River near Baton Rouge, LA Apr 11, 1928
				252 converted to A-3.  W/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 14, 1928
				253 converted to A-3.  With 51 Sch Sqn crashed 2 1/2 mi NNE of Scott Field, IL Dec 7, 1932
				254 converted to A-3.  W8th AS, 3rd BG w/o in takeoff accident at Duncan, OK Dec 2, 1926.
				256 converted to A-3A.  With 41 Sch Sqn damaged in landing accident at Fort Crockett, TX
					May 16, 1933
				257 converted to ZA-3.  Forcelanded 3 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Oct 31, 1933.
				258 converted to A-3.  Crashed 700 yards short of boundary at Maxwell Field, AL Oct 5, 1931.
				259 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn, damaged in taxiing acident at Kelly Field, TX
					Mar 9, 1931.
				260 converted to A-3.  With 41 Sch Sqn, damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX
					Apr 4, 1932.
				261 converted to A-3.  With 90th AS, 3rd BG damaged in takeoff accident at Fort Huachuca, AZ
					Apr 10, 1929
				262 converted to A-3.  With 90th AS, 3rd BG damaged in takeoff accident at Ringgold, TX
					Dec 2, 1928.
				263 converted to XO-18 and back to O-1B. To Wright Field as P515
				264 converted to O-1C,
				266 converted to O-1C, reconverted to O-1B
				267 converted to O-1C.  To Wright Field as P558
				268 converted to O-1C.  To Wright Field as P497
				274 (5 OS) w/o in landing accident at Mitchell Field, NY Nov 12, 1929.
				276 converted to O-1B Special.  To Wright Field as P532
				277 to Wright Field as P-596.
				279 crashed May 1, 1928 at Whitney Point, NY. Pilot LT Bushrod Hoppin uninjured. Passenger 
					Congressman Thaddeus Campbell Sweet was killed. Sweet was the first sitting member of the U.S. 
					Congress to die in a plane crash.
27-288/297		Douglas O-2H
				c/n 386/395
27-298/317		Curtiss A-3 Falcon
				306,310,315 converted to A-3A
27-318/326		Loening OA-1B
				321 (4 OS) crashed 3 mi S of Pearl Harbor, HI Mar 4, 1931
				323 (2 OS) damaged at Nichols Field, Philippines Jul 4, 1929
27-327/331		Curtiss P-5 Hawk
				327 converted to XP-5.  To Wright Field as P502.  Destroyed by
					fire Jan 26, 1929.
				329 w/o at Mitchell Field, NY May 25, 1928
				330 to Wright Field as P542
27-332			Martin XLB-4
				Contract cancelled
27-333			Huff-Daland/Keystone XLB-3
				333 to Wright Field as P498
27-334			Keystone XB-1
				334 to Wright Field as P480
27-335/344		Huff-Daland/Keystone LB-5
				338 (40 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 30, 1929
				344 conveted to XLB-6.  to Wright Field as P499.  Crashed at Wright Field, OH Oct 7, 1929

				- 1928 - 

28-1/25			Keystone LB-5A
				16 (28 BS) crashed at Nichols Field, Philippins Sep 24, 1929
28-26/41		Boeing PW-9D
				c/n 1011/1026
				27 (43 Sch Sqn) damaged in forced landing 1 mi N of Kenedy, TX Dec 11, 1929.
				28 (43 Sch Sqn) damaged in forced landing 15 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX
					Mar 25, 1931
				29 (95 PS) crashed at Mines Field, Los Angeles, CA Sep 10, 1928
				31 (95 PS) collided with 28-36 and w/o at Rockwell Field, CA Sep 25, 1928.
				32 (43 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 14 mi NE of Kelly Field, TX Jul 27, 1931
				35 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Cibolo, TX Jul 24, 1931
				36 (95 PS) collided with 28-31and w/o at Rockwell Field, CA Sep 25, 1928.
				37 in midair collision with Maddux A/L Ford 5-AT-B NC9636, San Diego, CA Apr 21, 1929.
				39 (43 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Aug 20, 1929
				40 crashed 3 1/2 mi SE of Grantsville, MD Oct 25, 1929.
				41 converted to XP-7.  To Wright Field as P520.  Converted back to PW-9D.
					With 43 Sch Sqn crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Sep 4, 1931.
28-42/72		Curtiss AT-5A 
				All eventually converted to P-1F.
				42 to Wright Field as P517
				51 converted to P-1F.  With 43 Sch Sqn w/o in forced landing at Austin, TX May 9, 1931.
28-73/82		Loening OA-1C
				75 (2 OS) damaged in landing accident at Manila Bay, Philippines Oct 3, 1928
				79 (4 OS) wrecked in surf at Waimanalo, HI in Hawaiian waters Sep 25, 1931.
				81 (95 PS) damaged in landing accident at Rockwell Field, CA Feb 11, 1931
28-83/118		Curtiss A-3 Falcon
				116/118 converted to A-3A
28-119/126		Fokker C-2A
				119, 120, 123, 125 converted to C-7A
				120 was named "Question Mark" which set air-refueling endurance record of 150 hours in 1929.
				122 (70 Svc Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Clover Field, Santa Monica, CA Oct 23, 1929
				125 converted to C-7A.  W/o in landing accident at Billings, MT Jul 8, 1931
				126 converted to XC-7.
28-127			Douglas O-2J
				c/n 405.  Unarmed staff transport 
28-128/187		Douglas O-2H
				c/n 406/465
				143 crashed 9 mi SE of Big Springs, TX Feb 3, 1931
				145 (40 Sch Sqn) crashed 14 mi NE of Encinal, Tx Jan 8, 1931.
				164 (329 OS) w/o at Salt Lake City MAP, UT Jul 25, 1931
				168 (42 Sch Sqn) crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Jun 26, 1931
				177 (40 Sch Sqn) crashed 5 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX May 17, 1932
				182 (42 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Fort Crockett, TX Jan 26, 1932
				187 (42 Sch Sqn) crashed 4 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Sep 9, 1931.
28-188			Douglas O-2J
				C/n 466.  Unarmed staff transport 
28-189/193		Curtiss P-3A
				189 used for tests with NACA cowling as XP-3A.  To Wright Field as P524, P541.
					P541 later converted to XP-21.  Eventually became a P-1F when reengined
					with V-1150-3 inline engine.  Dean and Hagedorn have it being
					flown in 1929 Thompson Trophy Races, Cleveland, OH.  Came in second in 1929 National
					Air Race free-for-all at 186 mph.  Dropped from inventory as ZP-1E Jul 1936
				190 (57 Svc Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Selfridge Field, Michigan Jun 3, 1931.
28-194			Douglas XO-14
				C/n 477.  Scaled down version of O-2H.  To Wright Field as P539.  Sold to private owner Jun 1933.
28-195			Keystone XO-15
				195 to Wright Field as P531
28-196/217		Curtiss O-11 Falcon
				196 completed as XO-16
				198 (59 Svc Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Marr Field, Chattanooga, TN Aug 2, 1929
				199 (49 BS) crashed 4 mi W of Frostburg, MD Jun 8, 1929
				200 to Wright Field as P585
				203 damaged in forced landing Nov 13, 1928.
				207 converted to YO-13D and then to O-1B
				208 forcelanded near Silver City, NV Oct 21, 1929
				209 (59 Svc Sqn) forcelanded near junction of Conecuh and Sepulga Rivers, AL Mar 19, 1929
				210 (ACTS) crashed on takeoff at Big Bethel, VA Sep 19, 1929
				216 to Wright Field as P583.
				217 (99 OS) ditched off Islip, Long Island, NY Oct 12, 1929
28-218/228		Consolidated PT-3
28-229			Consolidated XO-17 Courier 
				Converted from PT-3.  229 to Wright Field as P510
28-230/316		Consolidated PT-3
				293 converted to XPT-4.  To Wright Field as P528
				311 destroyed in fire at San Diego Museum
					in 1978.
28-317			Consolidated XO-17A 
				Converted from PT-3 - Later converted to XPT-8.  To Wright Field as P513.
					 To civil registry as NX1558
28-318/347		Consolidated PT-3
28-348			Ford C-3 
				Commercial 4-AT-13 trimotor (NC3444) acquired by USAAC
28-349/358		Douglas O-2H
				C/n 467/476.  For National Guard
28-359			Boeing XP-8
28-360/385		Consolidated O-17 Courier
28-386			Boeing XP-9
				c/n 1045
28-387			Curtiss XP-10
				Scrapped Aug 1931
28-388/395		Keystone LB-7
				388 delivered 2/9/29, to Wright Field as P540. CONVERTED TO LB-12 6/27/29, WRECKED 8/30/29.
				389 delivered 1/31/29, WRECKED 2/6/29.
				390 delivered 2/20/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/15/31, 
					forcelanded 1 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Dec 28, 1931. 
				391 delivered 3/4/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 5/26/31, forcelanded
					5 mi W of Kelly Field, TX Jan 27, 1933.  SURVEYED 8/7/34.
				392 delivered 3/12/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/14/31, SURVEYED 6/28/34.
				393 delivered 3/18/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/26/31, SURVEYED 5/23/34.
				394 delivered 3/16/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/25/31, SURVEYED 5/23/34.
				395 delivered 4/15/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 4/28/31, SURVEYED 8/20/34.
28-396/397		Consolidated O-17 Courier
28-398/399		Curtiss B-2 Condor
				398 delivered 6/10/29, SURVEYED 10/3/34,  MARCH FIELD
  				399 delivered 8/10/29, SURVEYED 8/15/34,  MARCH FIELD
28-400			Thomas-Morse XO-19
28-401			Thomas-Morse O-19
				401 to Wright Field as P543
28-402			Thomas-Morse YO-20 
				402 to Wright Field as P561
28-403			Thomas-Morse XO-21
				To Wright Field as P575

				- 1929 - 

29-1/10			Keystone LB-7
				1 delivered 3/28/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 4/28/31, SURVEYED MAY 33.
				2 delivered 4/17/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 3/10/31, SURVEYED 6/28/34.
				3 delivered 4/11/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 3/29/31, w/o in taxiing accident due to
					mechanical failure at Kelly Field, Texas Feb 6, 1934.  SURVEYED 4/9/34.
				4 delivered 4/27/29, BURNED 3/1/30.
				5 delivered 4/26/29, REDESIG. ZLB-7 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/25/31, SURVEYED 8/20/34.
				6 delivered 4/30/29, BURNED 9/17/29.
				7 delivered 5/1/29, WRECKED 11/22/29.
				8 delivered 5/10/29.  Used to test new NACA cowlings.  BURNED 1/15/30.
				9 delivered 11/6/29, CONVERTED TO XLB-8 12/11/29, W/o in forced landing at Wright Field Mar 18, 1931.
				10 delivered 12/27/29, CONVERTED TO XLB-9 3/2/31, CONVERTED TO LB-6 12/4/31, 
					REDESIG. ZLB-6 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 3/16/32, SURVEYED 9/26/33.
29-11/26		Keystone LB-6
				11 DELIVERED 5/1/29, REDESIG. ZLB-6 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 3/7/31, SURVEYED 2/6/35.
				12 DELIVERED 7/16/29, REDESIG. ZLB-6 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 4/15/31, WRECKED 8/19/31.
				13 DELIVERED 7/21/29, CONVERTED TO LB-7 5/14/30, w/o with 25 BS in forced landing due
					to lack of fuel 45 mi From Bluefields, Nicaragua Jun 19, 1931.
				14 DELIVERED 7/26/29, CONVERTED TO LB-7 5/14/30, SURVEYED 11/2/33.
				15 DELIVERED 7/26/29, WRECKED AND SURVEYED ON 10/12/29.
				16 DELIVERED 7/21/29, CONVERTED TO LB-7 5/14/30, with 25th BS, w/o in forced landing
					due to lack of fuel 45 mi from Bluefields, Nicaragua Jun 19, 1931.
				17 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 7/11/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 2/25/35.
				18 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 7/22/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 2/25/35.
				19 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 7/26/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 4/8/35.
				20 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 8/1/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 2/25/35.
				21 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 8/7/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 5/16/35.
				22 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 8/15/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 5/18/33.
				23 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 8/20/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 2/25/35.
				24 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 8/26/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 5/10/34.
				25 DELIVERED TO HAWAII 9/4/29, SURVEYED IN HAWAII 9/26/33.
				26 DELIVERED 10/29/29, CONVERTED TO LB-11 3/3/31, CONVERTED TO LB-11A 4/1/31, 
					CONVERTED TO LB-6 5/31/32, REDESIG. ZLB-6 WITH 40TH SCHOOL SQ. ON 6/2/33, 
					SURVEYED 9/29/34.
29-27			Keystone LB-10
				27 DELIVERED 7/16/29, to Wright Field as P563. Was in 96 BS service when ditched off Pan
					American Field, Miami FL and w/o Nov 12, 1929
29-28/37		Curtiss B-2 Condor
				28 DELIVERED 10/10/29, Crashed near Goodwater, AL Dec 4, 1929 1 killed,
					3 bailed out.
				29 DELIVERED 11/2/29, To Wright Field as P-582, SURVEYED 10/3/34, MARCH FIELD
				30 DELIVERED 10/17/29, converted to B-2A with dual controls 10/6/31.
					SURVEYED 12/22/33, MARCH FIELD.
 				31 DELIVERED  11/28/29, SURVEYED 8/6/34, MARCH FIELD
  				32 DELIVERED 12/9/29, SURVEYED 8/6/34, MARCH FIELD
  				33 DELIVERED 12/14/29, SURVEYED 8/6/34, MARCH FIELD
  				34 DELIVERED 12/22/29, SURVEYED 6/17/35, MARCH FIELD
  				35 DELIVERED 12/26/29, SURVEYED 5/23/33, MARCH FIELD
  				36 DELIVERED 1/4/30, SURVEYED 7/22/36, ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
  				37 DELIVERED 1/16/30, SURVEYED 9/29/34, ABERDEEN PROVING GROUNDS
29-38/157		Consolidated PT-3A
				38 to Wright Field as P527
				115 to Wright Field as P564 XPT-8A.  With 17th PS Selfridge, Mt Clemons, Michigan in midair collision 
					2 mi W of New Baltimore Dec 17, 1931 with P-12C 31-164.  Both pilots killed.
29-158/163		Douglas O-2H
				c/n 544/549
				159 (430 PS) in midair collision with PT-1 26-342 and crashed 4 1/2 mi SW of Kansas City, MO Feb 1, 1931.
				163 (c/n 549, 42 Sch Sqn) flew into hill on night training exercise Mar 16, 1933, burned out. 8 mi. S. of Boerne TX. 
					Aviation Cadet pilot killed.
29-164			Douglas O-25
				c/n 550.  O-2H with 600 hp Curtiss Conqueror V-1570-5 engine.  To Wright Field as P-538.  Later designated
					as XO-25A with Curtiss Conqueror V-1570-27 engine with Prestone cooling system.
29-165/178		Douglas O-2H
				c/n 551/564
				169 (42 Sch Sqn) crashlanded 12 mi SW of Kelly Field, TX Mar 13 1931
29-179/183		Douglas O-2K
				c/n 504/508.  Some modified as basic trainers and redesignated BT-1
29-184			Douglas O-29
				c/n 509.  O-2K with Wright R-1750 radial.  Later 
				re-engined with Wright R-1820 radial and first
				redesignated Y1O-29A and finally O-29A.  To Wright Field as P-576
29-185/208		Douglas O-2K
				c/n 510/533.  Some modified as basic trainers and redesignated BT-1
				203 accepted by USAAC Apr 29, 1929, converted to BT-1 trainer Aug 1930, San Antonio, TX.   To 312th
					52nd School Squadron, Brooks Field, TX.  Crashed Jun 2, 1931 2 mi W of Ft. Crockett, Galveston, TX solo
					cross country.  Pilot killed.
29-209			Douglas O-2J
				c/n 534.  Unarmed staff transport
29-210/217		Douglas O-2K
				c/n 535/542.  Some modified as basic trainers and redesignated BT-1
				211 w/o in forced landing 7 mi SE of Brooks Field, TX Jan 13, 1931
29-218			Douglas O-32
				C/n 543.  Dual control trainer - Designation changed to BT-2.
					218 to Wright Field as P568
29-219			Ford C-4 
				Commercial 5-AT-38 trimotor acquired by USAAC
29-220/226		Ford C-3A 
				Commercial 4-AT-80/86 trimotors acquired by USAAC.  Later converted to C-9 configuration.
				220 (c/n 80) delivered May 29, 1929 as C-3A, later converted to C-9
				221 (c/n 81) delivered Jun 3, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to A/C Det at Bolling
					Field, Washington, DC.  On Mar 3, 1930 damaged in taxi accident at Mitchell Field, New York
				222 (c/n 82) delivered Jun 7, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to 94 PS at Selfridge
					Field, Michiga,.  Damaged Feb 13, 1930 after forced landing 7 mi SE of Alba, MI due to engine failure.
					Again on Mar 23, 1933 attached to 57 SerSQ at Selfridg Field damaged in taxi accident at Chanute Field,
					Illinois
				223 (c/n 83) delivered Jun 13, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to 61 Ser Sq at Mitchell
					Field, New York.  Damaged Jan 23, 1930 in forced landing due to fuel starvation at Dayton, Ohio.
					Damaged Oct 5, 1930 in another forced landing.
				224 (c/n 84)delivered Jun 14, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to A/C Det at Bolling Field,
					Washington, DC.  Nov 9, 1929 damaged in forced landing.  On Dec 2, 1931, attached to 60 Ser Sq at
					Fort Crockett, Galveston< Texas, damaged in taxi accident at Scott Field, Illinois
				225 (c/n 85) delivered Jun 20, 1929 as C-3A, converted to C-9.  Attached to 62nd SQ at Brooks Field, San
					Antonio, Texas.  Damaged Jul 16, 1929 in landing accident at Brooks Field.
				226 (c/n 86) delivered Jun 21, 1929 to USAAC as C-3A, converted to C-9.
29-227/259		Curtiss P-1C Hawk
				227 to Wright Field as P537.  Dean and Hagedorn have it being
					crashed by Jimmy Doolittle at Cleveland, OH Sep 1, 1929.
				238 to Wright Field as P579
				238 diverted to test work as XP-1C.  To Wright Field as P-579.
				259 completed as XP-6B.  Modified for long-distance flight from New York to Nome,
					Alaska.  Damaged in forced landing on return trip.
					Converted back to standard P-1C configuration.  To Wright Field as P-590.
					Surveyed Aug 12, 1931.
29-260/273		Curtiss YP-6 Hawk
				Ordered as YP-6 to test the V-1570 engine.  The engines were not yet ready, 269/273 were delivered with water cooled
					engines as P-6, with others being completed later as P-6A
				260 converted to XP-6D and then to P-6A. To Wright Field as P-580.
				262 converted to P-6A, then to XP-22, and then
					back to P-6A.
				263 converted to XP-6A, then back to P-6A. To Wright Field as P-586.
				264/268 converted to P-6A.
				266 and 269/273 converted to P-6D in 1932.
29-274/281		Loening OA-2
				279 (91 OS) w/o in landing accident at Crissy Field, CA May 21, 1932
29-282/322		Curtiss O-1E Falcon
				282 to Wright Field as P-587
				288 converted to O-1F
				295 converted to XBT-4-->XO-1G-->Y1O-1G.  Destroyed in crash Jun 6, 1932.
				296 fitted with cockpit enclosure	
				319/321 converted to YO-13C and O-13C
					319 (1 OS) crashed at Port Washington, Long Island, NY Jun 27, 1932
				322 converted to XO-26-->Y1O-26.  Later to O-26 and surveyed Aug 1934.
29-323			Vought XO-28
				USN O2U-3 taken on charge by USAAF for evaluation.  To Wright Field as P547.
				Destroyed in a hangar fire at Wright Field Mar 18, 1930.  The USAAC
				record card does not mention any former Navy identity.
29-324			Moraine BI-2				
29-325			Fairchild XC-8 
				c/n 604.  Later redesignated XF-1.  To Wright Field as P548
29-326			Berliner-Joyce XP-16
				Surveyed May 24, 1932.
29-327			Fokker XO-27
				converted to XO-27A.  Surveyed Feb 29, 1932.
29-328			Fokker XB-8
				surveyed Sep 19, 1932
29-329/341		Boeing P-12B
				c/n 1170/1182.
				329 converted to XP-12G - later reverted to B configuration.
				333 (43 PS) crashed 3 1/2 mi SE of Hondo, TX May 11, 1936
29-342/351		Douglas O-2H
				C/n 565/574.  For National Guard   
				346 (3 Div/MO NG) damaged in landing accident at Marshall Field, Fort Riley, KS Jul 28, 1931          
29-352			Thomas-Morse YO-23
				To Wright Field as P562
29-353/361		Boeing P-12
				c/n 1100/1108
				355 (77 PS) damaged in landing accident at Burbank, CA Feb 23, 1931
				357 (80 Svc Sqn) crashed 2 mi E of Mather Field, CA Jun 9, 1931
				358 (95th PS) crashed at Rockwell Field, CA Oct 24, 1929
				359 (95th PS) w/o in forced landing at Reno, NV Oct 22, 1929
				361 may be the plane which was lost in midair collision over Linden, OH May 18, 1929 during war games.  Pilot killed.
29-362			Boeing XP-12A
				c/n 1109
29-363/366		Curtiss YP-6 Hawk
				Ordered as YP-6 to test the V-1570 engine.  The engines were not yet ready, and all were delivered with water
					cooled engines as P-6.  
				All converted to P-6D in 1932.
29-367/368		Curtiss P-11 Hawk 
				All delivered as P-6.  Later converted to P-6D
29-369			Thomas-Morse O-19
29-370			Thomas-Morse O-19A
				To Wright Field as P569.  Damaged in takeoff accident at Pope Field, NC
					Aug 13, 1931.
29-371/372		Douglas O-22
				c/n 605/606.  O-2 experimental version with various control and cowling changes.
29-373			Douglas YO-34
				c/n 607
29-374			Curtiss P-11 Hawk 
				Delivered as YP-20 before becoming XP-6E
				and XP-6F.
29-375/404		Douglas O-2H
  				c/n 575/604.  For National Guard
				383 (35 Div/MO NG) crashed 4 mi E of Fulton, MO Sep 21, 1931.
29-405			Fokker C-5
				c/n 1023
29-406			Sikorsky XC-6
				S-38A amphibian c/n 214-11 ordered by USAAC for tests. Redesignated C-6. To Wright Field as P-588.
					Damaged in Long Island Sound Jun 4, 1930, repaired at Middlestown Air Depot. 
					Presumably scrapped 1933 
29-407/412		Fokker C-7A
				407 (c/n 1501) to Wright Field Mar 24, 1930 as P597.  Redesignated XC-7A Apr 1930.
					Reverted to C-7A designation Mar 1931. Surveyed Nov 1, 1934 San Antonio Air Depot, TX.
				408 (c/n 1502 ?) surveyed Oct 22, 1934, Middletown Air Depot, PA.
				409 (c/n 1503 ?) surveyed Aug 20, 1934, San Antonio Air Depot, TX.
				410 (c/n 1504 ?) surveyed Aug 20, 1934, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX.
				411 (c/n 1505 ?) wrecked Jan 1936, surveyed Apr 22, 1936.
				412 (c/n 1506 ?) fate unknown.  Last heard of at Scott Field, Belleville, IL Apr 18, 1933.
29-413/432		Douglas O-2K
				C/n 617/636.  For National Guard.  Some modified as basic trainers and redesignated BT-1
29-433/450		Boeing P-12B
				c/n 1183/1200
				434 (55 PS) crashed at Gunnery Range, Honey Lake, CA Jul 14, 1931
				443 (43 PS) crashed 22 mi NE of Kelly Field, TX Aug 25, 1936
29-451			Curtiss XO-30 
				Cancelled contract
29-452			Curtiss XC-10 
				Robin-W for evaluation in radio control of unpiloted aircraft.  To Wright Field as P-578.  Scrapped Mar 1936
29-453			Thomas-Morse XP-13 Viper
				 later XP-13A. To Wright Field as P559.  Crashed