1930-1937 USAAC Serial Numbers


Last revised November 7, 2013



			- 1930 -

30-1/28			Curtiss A-3B Falcon
				1 converted to O-1E.  To Wright Field as P-595
				2 (90th Attack Sqdn) crashed Strobel, TX May 1933.  Pilot killed
				6 (8th Attack Sqn) ground looped on landing at Brooks Field, TX
					Aug 12, 1930
				7 (41st School Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Eagle Pass Apt,
					TX Dec 18, 1934
				8 (13th Attack Sqn) flew into ground at Palacios, TX Apr 11, 1932.
					Pilot killed.
				10 (1st School Sqn) crashed in vacant lot, Rantoul< IL Jan 4, 1937.
					Both crew killed.
				11 (13th Attack Sqn) ground looped on landing at Fresno, CA
					Apr 25, 1930
				12 (13th Attack Sqn) crashed 10 mi SE of Hallettsville, TX
					Jul 15, 1930.  Pilot bailed out safely.
				13 scrapped Oct 1937, last A-3B in service.
				14 (8th Attack Sqn) flew into high-tension wires 1 mi W of Kirby, TX
					Nov 13, 1932.  Pilot killed.
				16 (8th Attack Sqn) w/o at Needville, TX Jun 19, 1932
				17 (90th Attack Sqn) crashed on takeoff Carmine, TX Dec 5, 1933.
				18 (ACTS) in midair collision with 30-25 at Maxwell field, AL
					Dec 11, 1934.  Pilot (Mexican AF) killed.
				19 (13th Attack Sqn) crashed on takeoff Ft. Crockett, TX Sep 9, 1931.
				21 (60th Sqn) forcelanded 5 mi W of Ft. Crockett TX Apr 4, 1930
				22 (90th Attack Sqn) crashed Ft Crockett, TX Jan 27, 1931
				25 (ACTS) in midair collision with 30-18 at Maxwell Field, AL
					Dec 11, 1934.  Pilot killed.
				26 (8th Attack Sqn) forcelanded after engine fialure Gonzales, TX
					Nov 12, 1932
				28 (8th Attack Sqn) flew into water during Trophy Race, Galveston,
					TX Nov 17, 1930.  Pilot killed.
30-29/87		Boeing P-12B
				c/n 1201/1259
				29 (17th Pursuit Sq) in midair collision with P-12C 31-162 near
					Muttonville MI Dec 2, 1930.  Pilot bailed out.
				33 (77 PS) damaged in takeoff accident at Reno, NV Jun 20, 1931.
				34 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) in midair collision with 30-74 over Clark
					Field, Philippines Jul 7, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				35 (24th Pursuit Sqn) in midair colison with 30-39 over Limon Bay,
					Canal Zone Sep 16, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				37 (24th Pursuit Sqn) crashed 2 mi E of France Field, Canal Zone
					Jan 4, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				38 (Panama Air Depot) wrecked in landing accident at France Field,
					Canal Zone Dec 15, 1934.
				39 (24th Pursuit Sqn) in midair collision with 30-25 over Limon
					Bay, Canal Zone Sep 16 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				40 (24th Pursuit Sqn) forcelanded Mandingo River, Canal Zone
					Jun 22, 1932
				41 (24 PS) damaged in landing accident at Rio Hato, Panama Mar 4, 1931
				42 (24th Pursuit Sqn) crashed after engine failure La Pintada,
					Panama Sep 19, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				44 (74th Pursuit Sqn) w/o in landing at France Field, Canal
					Zone Jan 29, 1935.
				47 (24th Pursuit Sqn) w/o in forced landing at la Playa, Panama
					Dec 13, 1932
				49 (74th Pursuit Sqn) crashed at France Field, Canal Zone
					Oct 9, 1930.  Pilot bailed out.
				50 (29th Pursuit Sqn) forcelanded at Chorrerea, Panama Nov 23, 1933.
				53 (78th Pursuit Sqn) crashed Chorrera, Panama Oct 4, 1933.  Pilot
					bailed out.
				56 (6th Pursuit Sqn) w/o after midair collision with 30-66 over
					Wheeler Field Nov 9, 1934.
				62 (19th Pursuit Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Wheeler Field
					Nov 9, 1934.
				66 (3 PS) damaged in landing accident at Clark Field, Philippines Apr 28, 1931.
				68 (18th Pursuit Sqn) spun-in off Puenta Point, Oahy Aug 18, 1930.
					Pilot killed.
				70 (19 PS) forcelanded at Haleiwa Auxiliary Airfield, HI jan 27, 1931
				71 (19th Pursuit Sqn) crashed off Waikiki Beach, Oahy while
					performing acrobatics over departing Army transport
					Mar 21, 1931.  Pilot killed.
				74 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) in midair collision with 30-34 over Clark
					Field, Philippines Jul 7, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				75 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) crashed 6y mi S of Clark Field after midair
					fire Nov 9, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				81 (ZP-12B, 3 PS) damaged in takeoff accident at Quingua, Philippines Sep 23, 1936
				82 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) ditched in Subic Bay after engine failure
					May 24, 1933.
				85 (3re Pursuit Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Clark Field
					Nov 29, 1932
				86 (3rd Pursuit Sqn) forcelanded 3 mi N of Clark Field after
					engine failure Mar 2, 1936. 
30-88			Fleet XPT-6
				To Wright Field as P567
30-89			Consolidated O-17
				(120th Obv Sqn) wrecked in landing at Lowry Field, CO Jan 15, 1933
30-90/159		Thomas-Morse O-19B
				90 (57th Service Sqn) crashed 2 mi E of Flint, MI May 9, 1934.
					Pilot bailed out.  Listed as O-33B in accident report.
				93 (15th Obv Sqn) spun in on Aerial Gunnery Range, Oscoda, MI
					Aug 3, 1933.  Pilot killed.
				94 crashed into San Francisco Bay Apr 16, 1934 due to engine failure on takeoff.
				95 (15th Obv Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Groseclose, VA
					Dec 26, 1930
				98 (39th School Sqn) crashed Leon Springs Military Reservation, TX Mar 13, 1934.
					Pilot killed.
				101 (4th Coastal Arty) crashed Virginia Key (Miami) Fl
					Feb 2, 1938.  2 crew killed.
				104 recovered from Hawaiian inland waters Aug 8, 1932 by diver and crane.
				105 (16th Obv Sqn) force landed after engine failure Ft. Bragg,
					NC Sep 22, 1931.
				107 (ACTS) flew into ground 3 mi S of Montgomery, AL Jul 29, 1934.
					Pilot killed.
				110 (39 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 19, 1934
				114 crashed on takeoff at Prineville MAP, OR Aug 29, 1935.  Pilot killed.
				116 (ACTS) crashed Prattville, AL, 12 mi N of Maxwell Field Jan 7, 1935.  Pilot killed.
				118  (48th Pursuit Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Burlington
					MAP, IA Jun 15, 1936
				122 (88th Obv Sqn) ditched near Governor's Island in New York Harbor after engine 
					failure May 23, 1931
				123 (41st Obv Sqn) crashed 12 mi Nw of Kelly Field, Tx
					Aug 6, 1936.  Pilot bailed out.
				127 crashed in Cascade Mountains E of Morton, WA NE of Ford Island Oct 19, 1935.
				131 (4th Obv Sqn) force landed in Pearl Harbor after engine
					faiure Aug 5, 1932.  Damaged with 4 OS in landing accident at Kahuku Point
					airstrip, HI Nov 28, 1934.
				137  (4 OS) damaged in forced landing near Kipapa Gulch, Oahu, HI
					Sep 26, 1934. 
				138 (40th Attack Sqn) crashed 7 mi SW of Kelly Field Apr 16, 1935.
					Pilot bailed out.
				139 ground looped at Salt Lake city Apt Apr 15, 1936.
				140 (62nd School Sqn) werecked on takeoff Navasota, TX Apr 9, 1937.
				141 (1st Obv Sqn) forcelanded after engine failure near
					Stockdale, KS Aug 12, 1938
				142 (40th AS) crashed 7 mi N of Orange Grove, TX Apr 23, 1935.
					Pilot killed.
				144 (316th Obv Sqn) groundlooped at Sacramento MAP, CA Sep 16, 1933
				146 damaged in landing accident at Crissy Field, CA Apr 25, 1933
				147 (22nd Obv Sqn) crashed N of Deatsville, AL Oct 3, 1930.
					Crew bailed out.
				148 (31 BS) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Jan 17, 1933
				152 (Rockwell Air Depot) ground looped Rockwell Field, CA
					Jan 22, 1936
				154 (ACTS) suffered engine failure and crashed 9 mi S of Maxwell
					Field Oct 9, 1933.  Pilot bailed out.
				155 (ACTS) damaged in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 5, 1934.
				157 flew into terrain at Altamont Pass, near Livermore, CA
					Aug 21, 1936.  Both crew killed.
30-160			Douglas O-25A
				c/n 667.  Production version of O-25.  To Wright Field as P530, P560.  Wrecked in landing
					accident at March Field Dec 1, 1932.
30-161/163		Douglas O-25B
				c/n 668/670.  Unarmed staff transport with dual controls.
				163 (91st Obv Sqn) ditched in San Francisco Bay after engine
					failure May 26, 1934
30-164/195		Douglas O-25A
				c/n 671/702.  Production version of O-25
				164 (62nd School Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Kelly Field
					Oct 26, 1938
				166 (91st Obv Sqn) wrecked landing in bad weather Big Prairie
					Ranger Station, MT Jul 26, 1930
				167 in midair fire at Bakersfield, CA Apr 5, 1931.  Pilot bailed out.
				169 (16th Obv Sqn) crashed 14 mi SE of Macon, GA Jul 25, 1934.
				170 (91st Obv Sqn) wrecked Mather Field, Ca Mar 23, 1931.
				173 (1st Obv Sqn) w/o Kelly Field Aug 30, 1935
				174 (1055h Obv Sqn/TNNG) wrecked in landing accident Valparaiso
					Gunnery Range, FL Aug 22, 1937.
				175 (ACTS) stalled and spun-in near Imperial, OA Jan 7, 1934.
					Pilot bailed out
				178 (91st Obv Sqn) stalled and crashed during target practice at
					Mather Field, CA Mar 20, 1931.  Pilot killed, observer injured.
				186 crashed 3 mi W of Waterford, PA Dec 29, 1930.  Pilot killed.
				188 (205th Obv Sqn/TNNG) ground looped and wrecked during landing
					at New Orleans, LA Aug 11, 1938.
				189 (62nd School Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Camp Bullis,
					San Antonio, TX Dec 9, 1938
				190 (41st Obv Sqn) wrecked near Brady, TX May 9, 1936
				195 (62nd School Sqn) stalled and spun in 2 mi SW of Hewitt, TX
					Apr 19, 1939.  Pilot bailed out.
30-196/225		Douglas O-32A
				c/n 637/666.  Modified to BT-2A trainers after removal of armament.
				196 (46 Sch Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at McAlester, OK Jun 19, 1935.
				197 (329th Obv Sqn) collided with O-2H 28-164 and wrecked while
					taking off for air show at Salt Lake City, UT Jul 25, 1931.
				199 (46th School Sqn) wrecked Kingville, TX Mar 15, 1933
				201 (91st Obv Sqn) stalled and crashed Benton Apt, Redding, CA
					Nov 23, 1932.
				203 (30th BS) wrecked in takeoff accident at Biggs Field, Fort
					Bliss, TX Jun 30, 1934
				205 (46th School Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Kruger Field,
					TX Jun 13, 1934
				207 (ACTS) wrecked in ground collision with Transcontinental and
					Western Air Northrop Alpha Nc942Y at Richards Field, Kansas
					City, MO Sep 18, 1931
				213 (53rd School Sqn) crashed short of landing strip at Palm
					Springs, CA Oct 14, 1930.  Damaged in landing accident at Troutdale, OR Feb 5, 1935.
				214 (46th School Sqn) crashed 8 mi W of Moore, TX Jan 12, 1936.
					Pilot killed
				216 (54th School Sqn) w/o at Kerrville, TX Jun 24, 1930
				217 (46th School Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident Menard, TX
					Sep 25, 1935.
				222 (46th School Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Matagorda, TX Jun 26, 1935
				223 (94 PS) w/o at Marysville, MI May 20, 1934.
				225 (ACTS) crashed 3 mi E of Chanute Field, IL Feb 6, 1932.
					Pilot killed, passenger injured.
30-226			Atlantic (Fokker) XA-7
30-227			Douglas XO-35
				c/n 913.  Delivered to Wright Field 24Oct31. Damaged at Wright Field 11Jul32, repaired and overhauled
					Surveyed Oct 28, 1938
30-228			Douglas XB-7
				c/n 914.  Originally ordered as an observation aircraft designated XO-36. Completed as light
					bomber and dedesignated XB-7.  Delivered to Wright Field Jul 1932.  Surveyed Apr 1939.
30-229			Douglas XO-31
				c/n 721.  Force landed in bad weather Salisbury, PA Aug 21, 1931.
30-230			Douglas YO-31
				c/n 722
30-231/280		Curtiss A-3B Falcon
				231 (38th Attack Sqn) forcelanded after engine failure near 
					Salem, WV Sep 6, 1931
				233 (ACTS) crashed near Crestview, FL after engine failure
					Mar 29, 1936.  Pilot bailed out.
				235 (41 Sch Sq) crashed at Kelly Field, Texas Jan 10, 1936
				237 (40th Attack Sqn) crashed at Kelly Field, TX after striking
					water tower on takeoff Jan 22, 1936.  Pilot killed.
				242 (19th Pursuit Sqn) w/o at Haleiwa Auxiliary Field, Oahu, HI
					Jun 21, 1932.
				244 (13th Attack Sqn) struck telephone pole and crashed at Port
					O'Connor, TX Aug 19, 1932.  Pilot and passenger injured.
				246 to Wright Field as P-599
				247 (51st Attack Sqn) engine failed and crasied at Kewanee, MS
					May 8, 1936.  Pilot bailed out
				251 (8th Attack Sqn) crashed Ft. Crockett, TX Aug 7, 1933.
				253 (8th Attack Sqn) crashed Galveston, TX Sep 5, 1930
				255 (90th Attack Sqn) spun-in Fort Crockett, TX Oct 2, 1930
				256 (41st School Sqn) crashed S of Mertzon, TX Sep 5, 1934.
					Pilot killed.
				266 (26th Attack Sqn) cradhed Wheeler Field, Oahy Dec 22, 1930.
					Pilot bailed out
				267 (26th Attack Sqn) wrecked in landing accident Bellows Field,
					Oahy Sep 19, 1934
				273 (26th Attack Sqn) crashed Waipahu, Oahu Jan 5, 1931.
					Pilot killed, mechanic injured.
30-281/343		Keystone B-3A
				Ordered as LB-10A, redesignated B-3A.  317/343 completed as B-5A.
				281 comverted to Y1B-4
				283 (28th Bomb Sqn) crashed after engine failure near Clark
					Field, Philippines Sep 7, 1933.
				284 (28th Bomb Sqn) crashed after engine failure S of Buluan,
					Mindanao Jan 3, 1935
				286 (28th Bomb Sqn) force landed after engine failure Maricaben,
					6 mi NNW of Manila Jan 15, 1932.  Plane nosed over in deep
					mud and two crew in front cockpit suffocated.  3 enlisted
					crew survived.
				289 (25th Bomb Sq) ditched in Caribbean 15 mi E of France Field,
					Canal Zone Dec 9, 1935.  3 of 5 crew killed.
				291 (40th School Sqn) forcelanded in bad weather at Randolph
					Field, TX Sep 22, 1932
				293 (20th Bomb Sqn) in ground fire at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC
					Apr 22, 1931.
				298 (25th Bomb Sqn) wrecked in landing accident at Tole, Panama
					Apr 27, 1934
				302 (31st Bomb Sqn)forcelanded 2 mi SE of March Field, CA Feb 17, 1932.
				309 (25th Bomb Sqn) wredcked in landing accident at France Field,
					Canal Zone Aug 24, 1933
				310 (25th Bomb Sqn) damaged Sep 3, 1931 when nosed over in landing at 
					France Field, CZ. 
				313 (28th Bomb Sqn) ditched in Manila Bay after engine failure
					Jul 10, 1933
				315 (28th Bomb Sqn) stalled and spun-in at Nichols Field, 
					Philippines Feb 8, 1934
				316 to ZB-3A.  Wrecked in landing accident at Nielson Field,
					Philippines Sep 5, 1940.
				322 to B-5A.  With 49th Bomb Sqn forcelanded after engine faioure
					Messick, VA Apr 3, 1931
				329 to B-5A.  with 73rd Bomb Sqn crashed 18 mi NE of Boerne, TX
					Dec 12, 1934.  Two crew bailed out, bone one was killed.
				333 to B-5A.  With 20th Bomb Sqn forcelanded in Black River near
					Langley Field, VA Oct 22, 1931.
				335 to B-5A.  With 64th School Sqn wrecked in takeoff accident
					at Kelly Field, TX Sep 4, 1936
				338 to B-5A.  With 72nd Bomb Sqn crashed in ocean 5 mi E of Koku
					Head, Oahu Sep 18, 1932.  1 killed, 1 missing, 2 rescued.
				339 to B-5A.  With 23rd Bomb Sqn crashed and nosed over in night
					landing at Luke Field, Oahu Aug 23, 1935.  1 killed, 3 survived.
				342 to B-5A.  With 72nd Bomb Sqn crashed at sea after engine failure
					50 mi S of Oahu Feb 10, 1932.
				343 to B-5A.  With ACTSD, crashed 3 mi W of Bismark, IL Nov 6, 1934.
30-344/348		Keystone Y1B-4
				Survivors upgraded to B-4A
				344 (40th School Sqn) ground looped on landing at Kelly Field
					Sep 14, 1933
				346 upgraded to B-4A.  With 54th Bomb Sqn wrecked in takeoff accident
					Valaparaiso Bombing Range, FL Jul 25, 1936
				347 upgraded to B-4A.  Wrecked in landing accident at Fort Leavenworth,
					KS Feb 28, 1936
30-349/353		Keystone Y1B-6
				349 to B-6. (49th Bomb Sqn) force landed after engine failure Eustis, VA
					Nov 5, 1934
				350 (20th Bomb Sqn) crashed Gambrille, MD Oct 4, 1933. Both crew killed.
				351 to B-6.  (25th Bomb Sqn) crashed 15 mi Nw of Panonome, Panama May 12,1936.
					All 5 crew bailed out but 2 killed when parachutes did not open.
				352 damaged in landing accident at Maxwell Field, AL Dec 11, 1933
				353 (1st Bomb Sqn) force landed after engine failure Mineola, NY Jan 9, 1936
30-354/356		Keystone LB-14
				Redesignated Y1B-5 before delivery, but it is uncertain if these 
				were ever completed.  In any case, these serials conflict with 
				those of the O-25A seen just below.
30-354/370		Douglas O-25A
				c/n 704/720
				355 (42nd School Sqn) crashed 11 mi NW of San Diego, Tx Nov 8, 1934.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				357 (62nd School Sqn) in midair collisin with 30-365 Houston, TX
					Dec 14, 1936.  Pilot bailed out
				359 (62nd School Sqn) stalled and crashed 2mi N of Camp Stanley,
					TX May 26, 1938.  Both crew killed.
				365 (62nd School Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident at Kelly Field,
					TX Jun 6, 1937.
30-371			Mohawk YPT-7 Pinto 
				Model M1C for evaluation
30-372/381		Fleet YPT-6
				376 crashed after pilot lost control 1 mi N of march Field, CA
					Jun 54, 1`930.  Pilot bailed out safely but mechanic was killed.
30-382/386		Fleet YPT-6A
				c/n 323/327
				0382 (c/n 323) to CAA as NS49, later N13932 postwar
				0384 (c/n 325) to CAA as NS50, later N13927 postwar
				0385 (c/n 326) to CAA as NS51, later noted as NC13933 at March Field Air Museum, CA Jan 2002.
30-387			Curtiss XA-8
				First flown Jun 1931 and scrapped Mar 1937
30-388/395		Fairchild YF-1
				Later redesignated C-8
				391 (91st Obv Sqn) extensively damaged Crissy Field, CA Sep 24, 1934
				394 wrecked in takeoff accident Mitchel Field, NY Jun 29, 1935
30-396			Keystone-Loening XO-37
				Cancelled contract
30-397/406		Sikorsky C-6A
				397 (c/n 414-18?) damaged by excessive porpoising Feb 3, 1931 but repaired.  Scrapped 1933
				398 (c/n 514-1 ?).  Scrapped 1933
				399 (c/n 514-2 ?) with 64th Service Sqn lost wing after strut failed and crashed Jul 25, 1933 
					at Oceanside, CA.  All 7 crew killed.  As a result of this accident, all remaining 
					USAAC C-6s and C-6As were withdrawn from use and scrapped.
				400 (c/n 514-3 ?) scrapped 1933
				401 (c/n 514-5 ?) scrapped 1933
				402 (c/n 514-6 ?) suffered minor accidents Sep 1, 1932 and Jan 10, 1933
					but repaired after each. Scrapped later 1933
				403 (c/n 514-7 ?) scrapped 1933
				404 (c/n 514-8 ?) scrapped 1933
				405 (c/n 514-9 ?) with 75th Service Sqn damaged by wheels-up landing at Wheeler
					Field Jun 30, 1932, may have been scrapped 
					thereafter. If not, would have been scrapped in 1933.
				406 (c/n 514-10 ?) slightly damaged in hard water landing Mar 15, 1932, repaired. Scrapped 1933.
30-407			Douglas O-38A
				c/n 869.  Unarmed staff transport version for National Guard
					Crashed near Eggleston, MN Nov 24, 1934.  Pilot bailed out
30-408/419		Douglas O-38
				c/n 870/881.  O-25 development for National Guard
				408 (109th Obv Sqn) wrecked in takeoff accident Camp Ripley, MN Nov 24, 1934
				409 (109th Obv Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Offutt Field, NE
					Oct 30, 1935.
				413 (116th Obv Sqn) in midair collision with 30-414 Boise, ID Jun 13, 1933.
					Pilot killed.
				414 (116th Obv Sqn) in midair collision with 30-413 Boise, ID Jun 13, 1933.
					Pilot killed.
				416 (41st Div Avn) wrecked when force landed out of fuel Randolph,
					IL Dec 8, 1937.
				417 (116th Obv Sqn) spun in coure d'Alene Lake, ID May 19, 1933
				418 (112th Obv Sqn/OHNG) crashed 1 mi E of Oak Harbor, OH
					Jul 20, 1935.
30-420			Heinkel He 22
				procured in Europe for use by the US military attache in Germany.
30-421			Consolidated NY-2 transferred from US Navy for tests.

				- 1931 -

31-1/146		Douglas BT-2B
				c/n 723/868.  Trainer version of O-38.
			Some aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2BI instrument trainer
			Some BT-2B aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2BR radio controlled target, later designated A-4
			Some BT-2BI aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2BG radio controlled target, later designated A-4 
				1 force landed in bad weater at Oley Township, PA Oct 16, 1932  Modified as A-4 
				2 converted to BT-2BI.  With 56 Svc Sqn crashed 7 mi SED of Remeo, MI Nov 19, 1935
				3 (39 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Biggs Field, TX Oct 20, 1934
				5 (36 PS) crashed on takeoff at Langley Field, VA Sep 7, 1934
				6 (52 Sch Sqn) involved in midair collision and w/o at Buda, TX Apr 30, 1935
				11 converted to BT-2BI.  With 3 OS damaged in landing accident at Biggs Field, TX Nov 26, 1940
				12 converted to BT-2BI.  With 6 ABS, damaged in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA Sep 24, 1936
				13 (52 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 8 mi NW of San Antonio, TX Apr 27, 1933
				17 converted to BT-2BI.  With 2 Staff Sqn, damaged in landing accident at Edgewood Arsenal, MD Dec 22, 1936
				18 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed on takeoff near Seguin, TX May 15, 1935
				19 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 12 mi S of Santa Anna, TX Mar 3, 1933
				21 (A/c Det Ft Leavenworth) force landed into Missouri River at Kansas City, MO Jun 15, 1933.
				22 (27 PS) damaged in landing accident at Jackson, MI Aug 12, 1931
				25 (52 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Randolph Field, TX Dec 2, 1935
				26 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed near Cibolo, TX Oct 29, 1935
				27 damaged in landing accident at Los Angeles MAP Jan 28, 1938
				30 converted to BT-2BI.  With 72 BS, damaged in landing accident at Luke Field, HI May 25, 1937
				33 converted to BT-2BI.  Crashed25 mi W of Wright Field, OH Oct 27, 1936
				34 converted to BT-2BI.  Experimentally fitted with twin Edo floats.   Crashed 3 mi N of Wright Field, OH Mar 15, 1936
				35 w/o at Bolling Field, DC Feb 28, 1934
				36 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				37 (47 Sch Sqn) crashed at Palm Springs Junction, CA Feb 8, 1931
				39 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				40 damaged in takeoff accident at Laketown, UT Nov 14, 1932
				43 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed at Hamilton, TX May 30, 1934
				44 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Zuehl Field, TX Jul 31, 1934
				45 (52 Sch Sqn) forcelanded at Canastota, NY Jun 27, 1935
				46 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing at Austin, TX May 6, 1935.
				47 converted to BT-2BI.  With 39 OS, damaged at Catarina, TX Apr 22, 1936
				49 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				51 crashed in Chicago, IL Apr 30, 1932
				53 (64 Svc Sqn) w/o at March Field, CA Oct 5, 1934
				54 crashed at Thomasboro, IL Apr 10, 1931
				56 modified as A-4 radio-contrlled target.
				58 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.
				60 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				61 forcelanded at Rutland Airport, VT Oct 28, 1932
				67 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 2 1/2 mi S of Brooks Field, TX Jul 16, 1931
				69 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed at Lone Oak, TX Jun 12, 1934
				70 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in takeoff accident at Moutell, TX Sep 10, 1935
				72 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				73 converted to BT-2BI.  With 1 Sch Sqn w/o in landing accident at Chanute Field, IL Ma4 22, 1938
				75 converted to BT-2BI.  With 16 OS, w/o in landing accident at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC Oct 27, 1938
				76 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				78 converted to BT-2BI.  modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  With 58 Svc Sqn damaged in takeoff 
					accident at Maxwell Field, AL Apr 29, 1936
				79 with 45th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				81 converted to BT-2BI.  Crashed 30 mi from Kerrville, TX Oct 22, 1935
				82 converted to BT-2BI.  With 62 Sch Sqn, crashed 3 mi S of Rocksprings, TX Mar 16, 1939
				84 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 3 mi NE of Gruene, TX Apr 30, 1934
				86 converted to ZBT-2B.  W/o in landing accident at Wright Field, OH Dec 8, 1939
				87 (52 Sch Sqn) damaged at Fort Ringgold, TX Aug 31, 1934
				88 (46 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 10 mi W of Junction, TX Sep 30, 1932
				90 converted to BT-2BI.  With 16 OS w/o May 28, 1938
				91 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				93 converted to BT-2BI.  With 39 OS, crashed 3 mi N of Kendalia, TX Jun 17, 1935
				95 converted to BT-2BI.  With 4 ABS, w/o in landing accident at Muroc Lake, CA May 1, 1937
				98 converted to BT-2BI.  Used by Lockheed Aircraft Corp.  Damaged in landing accident at
					Burbank, CA Apr 11, 1940
				99 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				101 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				102 converted to BT-2BI. With 3 Wg/GHQ AF, damaged in takeoff accident at Houston, TX May 3, 1935
				103 (Fairfield Aircraft Depot) w/o in forced landing at Elizabethtown, KY jan 7, 1934
				104 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing at Blanco, TX Jun 12, 1935
				105 (US Military Academy A/c Detachment) ditched in Hudson River near Newburgh, NY Oct 6, 1933.
				106 crashed 7 mi S of High Hill, MO Dec 18, 1933
				107 (52 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Martinez, TX Jan 25, 1935
				108 converted to BT-2BI.  With 70 Svc Sqn, crashed at Oakdale Airport, CA Nov 14, 1935
				109 damaged in landing accident at Martin's Airport, Santa Ana, CA May 29, 1937
				112 with 45th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				113 damaged in takeoff accident at Montgomery Airport, North Smithfield, RI Jun 29, 1934
				114 converted to BT-2BI.  modified as A-4 radio-controlled target.  Damaged in forced landing 
					at Dayton, OH Jul 11, 1938
				115 converted to BT-2BI.  With 20 PG HQ Sqn, crashed at Grayson, LA Feb 18, 1937
				116 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				117 converted to BT-2BI.  With 49 BS, crashed 4 1/2 mi NW of Smithfield, VA Oct 20, 1935
				120 (9 BS) crashed on approach to March Field, CA Aug 7, 1931
				122 converted to BT-2BI.  With 39 OS, damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 17, 1936
				123 (71 Svc Sqn) crashed 8 mi E of Arcadia, MO Oct 18, 1934
				124 (52 Sch Sqn) crashed 4 1/2 mi NW of Beeville, TX Jun 11, 1933
				125 converted to BT-2BI.  With 61 Sch Sqn, wo. in forced landing at Selma, TX Jan 31, 1937
				126 (46 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Catarina, TX Feb 2, 1933
				127 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				129 converted to BT-2BI.  With 29 OS, forcelanded 4 mi W of Potteet, TX Aug 20 1935
				133 (52 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing addident at Mission Airport, TX Nov 18, 1932
				135 modified as A-4 radio-controlled target
				137 (46 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 2 mi E of Odem, Tx Jan 26, 1933
				138 (46 Sch Sqn) crashed 1 mi W of Marion, Tx Mar 21, 1932
				140 converted to BT-2BI.  With 64 Sch Sqn, crashed 17 mi Se of Kelly field, Tx Jan 14, 1939
				143 converted to BT-2BI.  With 1 OS, crashed 4 mi Se of Marshall Field, KS Jan 30, 1939
				146 w/o in forced landing near Eureka, Ut Mar 5, 1934 while on Air Mail flight
31-147/242		Boeing P-12C
				c/n 1262/1344, 1346/1358
				152/154, 156, 157, 159/161, 175, 195, 209/212, 233, 234 converted to P-12D
				147 (34 AS) crashed 4 mi S of March Field, CA May 19, 1936
				149 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 20 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Nov 8, 1938
				152 converted to P-12D.  With 19 BG HQ Sqn forcelanded 7 mi SW of Mina, AZ Sep 26, 1936
				153 converted to P-12D.  With 17 PS, crashed in Detroit, MI Apr 29, 1931
				157 converted to P-12D.  With 61 Sch Sqn w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 31, 1939
				164 (17th PS, Selfridge Field, Michigan) in midair collision with PT-3A 29-115 2 mi W of New Baltimore Dec 17, 1931.
					Both pilots killed.
				165 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 11 mi N of Kelly Field, TX May 18, 1938
				168 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o at Kelly Field, TX Oct 20, 1938
				175 converted to P-12D.  With 9 BG, 99th BS, crashed 5 mi S of Huntington, NY Sep 19, 1939
				176 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 10 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Nov 7, 1938
				178 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 21, 1938
				180 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 20 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Aug 8, 1938
				182 w/o at Langley Field, VA Feb 5, 1931
				186 (96th BS) damaged in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Jan 4, 1940
				187 (91 Sch Sqn) crashlanded at Montgomery, AL Sep 15, 1936
				190 (95 PS) crashed on takeoff at Boonton, NJ Jul 3, 1931
				194 (95 AS) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Mar 30, 1936
				195 converted to P-12D.  With 73 AS, crashed on takeoff at Kingman Airport, AZ May 1, 1936
				197 (20th PG, 27th PS) crashed 4 mi W of Utica, MI Mar 23, 1931.
				198 (A/c Detachment) damaged in landing accident at Sherman Field, Fort Leavenworth, KS Mar 17, 1937
				199 crashed 2 mi NE of Richards Field, MO Mar 2, 1937.
				201 (61 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 1/2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Sep 28, 1937
				202 (27th BS, 20th PG) damaged in landing accident at Fairfield Air Depot, OH May 17, 1931
				203 (17th AG, 73rd AS) w/o at Monterey Park, CA Apr 4, 1936
				204 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TSX Oct 21, 1938
				206 (20th PG, 27th PS) forcelanded 3 mi S of Mount Clemens, MI Apr 28, 1931
				207 (20th PG, 27th PS) forcelanded at Gunnery Camp, Oscoda, MI Jul 14, 1931
				211 converted to P-12D.  With 61 Sch Sqn crashed 3 mi S of Kelly Field, TX Dec 8, 1936
				216 (50 OS) crashed on takeoff at John Rogers Airport, Honolulu, HI Aug 17, 1936
				238 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 20 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Jun 20, 1938
31-243/277		Boeing P-12D
				c/n 1261, 1345, 1359/1391
				243 (61 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 3 mi W of Boeme, TX Nov 15, 1937.
				244 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 15 mi NE of Kelly Field, TX May 21, 1939
				245 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Oklahoma City, OK Dec 16, 1938
				246 (43 PS) forcelanded at Grafton< WV Mar 18, 1936
				247 (16 Sch Sqn) in midair collision with 31-259 and crashed 3 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Feb 11, 1938
				248 (5 BS0 damaged in landing accident at Maxwell Field, AL Aug 2, 1940
				249 (43 PS) forcelanded 6 mi NNW of Kelly Field, TX Jul 21, 1936
				258 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 28, 1938
				259 (61 Sch Sqn) in midair collision with 31-247 and crashed 3 mi SE of Kelly Field, TX Feb 11, 1938
				260 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Dec 3, 1937
				262 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 10 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Sep 27, 1938
				265 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 15 mi NW of Kelly Field, TX Jun 22, 1939
				267 (ZP-12D, 3 PS) damaged in landing accident at Del Carmen, Philippines Jan 13, 1937
				271 (c/n 1383) assigned to 35th Pursuit Squadron at Langley Field, Virginia
				273 converted to XP-12H.
				275 (18 RS) w/o at Jericho, NY Sep 19, 1939
				276 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jan 31, 1937.
31-278/348		Thomas-Morse O-19C
				278 damaged in landing accident near Camp Skeel, MI Oct 1, 1932
				279 to O-19D as a VIP transport.  Crashed at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jan 10, 1936
				280 (44 OS) crashed 4 mi W of Brujas Point, CZ May 11, 1935
				282 (44 OS) w/o in landing accident at France Field, CZ Aug 4, 1934.
				283 (7 OS) forcelanded at Sqn Miguel River, Donoso, Panama Jun 9, 1931
				285 (7 OS) ditched off La Caleta Point, NE of Fort Randolph, CZ Nov 9, 1934.
				286 (24 PS) w/o in landing accident at El Volcan, Panama Jan 11, 1931
				292 (7 OS) crashed near Taboga Island, Panama Jul 3, 1935
				295 (42 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 8 mi W of Kelly Field, TX Aug 25, 1931.
				296 (12 OS) w/o at Bayside Beach Gunnery Camp, TX Sep 14, 1931.
				297 (44 OS) crashed at Gatun Gate near Darien, CZ Mar 5, 1935.
				305 (50 OS) damaged in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Apr 4, 1933
				310 (50 OS) damaged in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Jan 3, 1933
				311 (50 OS) crashed in Waimanalo Bombing Range, HI Jul 1, 1931.
				322 (2 OS) w/o at Nichols Field, Philippines Oct 28, 1932
				323 (2 OS) forcelanded at Bagabag, Philippines Mar 26, 1935
				324 (88 OS) damaged in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Sep 18, 1934
				331 (2 OS) damaged in forced landing at Nichols Field, Philippines May 28, 1931
				337 (15 OS) forcelanded near Powe, MO Dec 3, 1932
				338 (15 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Scott Field, IL Dec 27, 1932
				341 (7 OS) damaged in landing accident at Las Tablas, Panama Jul 11, 1931
				344 (44 OS) damaged in landing accident at Albrook Field, CZ Jun 9, 1932
				346 (7 OS) w/o in forced landing at Las Minas, Panama Aug 24, 1935.
31-349/379		Douglas O-38
				c/n 882/912. For National Guard
31-380			Consolidated Y1C-11 
				Model 17 Fleetster (c/n 3); later converted  to C-11A.
				Used by Assistant Secretary of War at Bolling Field
31-381/400		Fokker Y1C-14
				c/n 1413/1420,1423/1434.  Article in Luchtvaartkennis has the c/ns going from 1801 upwards.
				382 assignet to Hamilton Field Nov 1934 to 1938
				389 converted to Y1C-15, then to C-15A.
				398 ex Fokker F XI NC10775 c/n 1422.  Converted to Y1C-16 then to C-16
31-401/404		Ford C-4A
				c/n 5-AT-91/93,95.  Similar to civil 5-AT-D Tri-Motor
				401 (c/n 5-AT-91) stricken from the records May 26, 1938
				402 (c/n 5-AT-92) stricken from the records Jul 9, 1938
				403 (c/n 5-AT-93) crashed Jun 11, 1934
				404 (c/n 5-AT-95) stricken from the records Jul 3, 1938
31-405			Lockheed Y1C-12
				c/n 158.  Vega Model DL-1 for evaluation.  Scrapped at
					Langley Field 5/16/35.
31-406/407		Douglas O-38
				c/n 947/948.  For National Guard
31-408			Lockheed Y1C-17
				c/n 159.  Vega Model DL-1B Special.  Crashed 3/10/31.
					Salvaged but never repaired, SOC 4/22/31.
31-409/438		Douglas O-38B
				c/n 969/998
				411 (c/n 971) transferred to Bureau of Air Commerce (later CAA) as NC3
				433 (c/n 993) transferred to Bureau of Air Commerce (later CAA) as NC4.  Crashed near Fairbanks, AK.
31-439/458		Douglas BT-2C
			c/n 949/968  Some aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2CI instrument trainer
			Seven aircraft modified as the Douglas BT-2CR drone controller
				439 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.  With 52 School Sqn,
					damaged in landing accident at Zuehl Field, TX Apr 1, 1936.
				440 (46 School Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Cement Plant Emergency Field,
					San Antonio, TX Nov 21, 1934.
				442 (46 School Sqn) forcelanded near Sutherland Springs, TX Dec 17, 1932
				443 (46 School Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Zuehl Field, TX May 24, 1934.
				445 (46 School Sqn) forcelanded at Rockport, TX Oct 14, 1932
				446 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 13 ABS, damaged in
					taxiing accident at Maxwell Field, AL May 28, 1939
				447 (46 School Sqn) forcelanded 15 mi NE of Fowlerton, TX mar 19, 1933
				448 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.  @ith 39 OS, damaged in
					takeoff accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 26, 1935.  
				449 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.  Then converted to BT-2CG.
					crashed 5 mi S of San Antonio Air depot, Duncan Field, TX Nov 8, 1940
				450 (52 School Sqn) w/o in takeoff accident at Rock Springs, TX Nov 17, 1937  
				451 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 46 School Sqn,
					ground looped on takeoff at Matagorda Island, TX Oct 30, 1938 
				452 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 52 School Sqn, 
					w/o near Luling, TX Aug 6, 1936. 
				453 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B..  With 46 School Sqn
					w/o near Randolph Field, TX Feb 7, 1936  
				454 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B..  With 3 Staff Sqn at
					Ft Leavenworth, damaged at Sherman Field, KS Oct 2, 1937   
				455 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B
				456 modified in 1935 to BT-2CI, turning it essentially into a BT-2B.   With 64 School Sqn
					DBR on ground at Kelly Field, TX Apr 10, 1939. 
				458 (52 School Sqn) crashed 4 mi E of Greenwood, SC Nov 26, 1937
31-459/462		Stearman YPT-9
				c/n 6008,6005/6007 respectively
				459 (c/n 6008) converted to YPT-9A and then to YPT-9B
				460 (c/n 6005) delivered Mar 2, 1931.  Converted to YPT-9B
				461 (c/n 6006) converted to YBT-3 and to YPT-9C
				462 (c/n 6007) delivered Mar 2, 1931.  Converted to YBT-5
31-463/468		Fairchild F-1A
				later redesignated C-8A
31-469/471		Consolidated Y1C-22 Fleetster
				471 assigned to 57 SerSq, Selfridge Field, Mt. Clemons, MI. Damaged in a landing accident Sep 11, 1931 Wright 
					Field, Dayton, OH.
31-472/501		Curtiss O-1G Falcon
				482 (5th BS) crashed at Brookline, Pennsylvania Jan 11, 1936
31-502/515		Berliner-Joyce Y1P-16
				later redesignated PB-1
				502 wrecked May 15, 1933 at Franklin, Ohiw when nosed
					over on landing.  Dropped from inventory.
				503 wrecked in forced landing near Pontaic MI Dec 6, 
					1932.
				504 nosed over while taxiing Apr 18, 1933, Selfridge
					Field, MI.
				505 wrecked on landing at Teterboro Airport, NJ.
					Dec 16, 1933.
				506 surveyed Feb 25, 1935
				507 nosed over on landing Apr 26, 1932 at Selfridge
					Field, MI.  Engine change June 1932.  Surveyed
					Nov 22, 1934.
				508 surveyed Feb 4, 1935.
				509 caught fire on ground Feb 12, 1933 Daytona Beach,
					FL..  Surveyed Feb 4, 1935.
				510 nosed over while taxying at Selfridge Field, MI.
					July 8, 1932.  Crashed NE of Farmington, MI
					June 17, 1933.  Pilot killed.
				511 nosed over on landing at Selfridge Field, MI.
					Jun 7, 1932.  Surveyed Feb 25, 1935
				512 nosed over on landing, Camp Big Rapids, MI
					Aug 13, 1933.  Surveyed Sept 26, 1933.
				513 wrecked at Cleveland, OH Mar 7, 1934.  Surveyed
					July 18, 1934
				514 wrecked at Roscommon Airport, Sept 23, 1933.  Made
					hard landing, caught fire and was destroyed.
				515 wrecked at Scott Field, IL Nov 5, 1933.  Surveyed
					Mar 1, 1934.
31-516			Northrop YC-19 Alpha
				Dropped from records on Aug 22, 1939  because or “Wear and Tear” given to National Youth Admin, Algiers Naval 
					Air Station, Algiers, LA
31-517/518		Northrop Y1C-19 Alpha
				517 ropped from records, Sep 1939 shipped to Casey Jones School of Aeronautics, Newark, NJ for use as 
					instructional airframe.
				518 crashed Mar 20, 1933 near Petersburg, VA. Three killed.  Surveyed, May 23, 1933
31-519/522		Verville YPT-10 
				Sportsman biplanes for evaluation
31-523/552		Thomas-Morse O-19E
				527 (120th OS) crashed at Chicago MAP Jan 4, 1936.  2 crew killed
				528 (94 PS) w/o in forced landing at Kingston, Ontario, CA Apr 3, 1935.
				535 (12 OS) crashed near Premont, TX Oct 25, 1935
				537 (12 OS) forcelanded 10 mi W of Kelly Field, TX Apr 1, 1935.
				539 (12 OS) w/o at Big Foot, TX May 5, 1933
				541 (88 OS) forcelanded 5 mi NE of Kewanee, MS Sep 19, 1934
				543 (22 OS) w/o in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Oct 20, 1933
				544 (15 OS) crashed 1 1/2 mi NW of Northampton, IL Oct 12, 1935
				545 (22 OS) w/o at Gatesville, TX Oct 31, 1931.
				546 (22 OS) involved in midair collision and crashed 5 mi N of Boehme, TX
					Jun 20, 1932.
				549 (15 OS) forcelanded 17 mi NW of Houston, MO Nov 27, 1935
				550 (22 OS) w/o at Brooks Field, TX Oct 12, 1932.
31-553/586		Boeing P-12E
				c/n 1460/1486, 1489/1495
				553 redesignated XP-12E for tests.  Later converted to YP-12K.  Later converted
					to XP-12L.  Reverted to YP-12K and then back to P-12E.
				554 damage in landing accident at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL Apr 28, 1940
				555 (6 PS) in midair collision over Fort Shafter, HI Feb 7, 1938
				557 (79 PS) crashed 13 mi NE of Homer, LA Sep 22, 1934	
				559 (c/n 1466) served with 6th PS in Hawaii.  Damgaged in landing accident at Chicago
					Municipal Airport, IL May 11, 1940.  Now on display in WPAFB Museum.
				560 (Bolling Field A/c det) crashed at Hagerstown, MD Feb 20, 1932
				569 (6 PS) damaged in landing accident at Wheeleer Field, HI Feb 25, 1938
				570 crashed on landing in field at Argo, OR Aug 6, 1935.  Pilot OK
				571 crashed at Russell City, Ca Jan 20, 1940
				572 (95 PS) forcelanded 300 yd E of Oceanside Aprport, CXA Nov 4, 1932
				573 (77 PS) crashed 2 mi N of Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1933
				574 (79 PS) w/o at Barksdale Field, LA Jul 13, 1933
				577 (95 AS) crashed 20 mi NW of Fontana, CA Dec 30, 1935
				578 (3 PS) crashed 1/2 mi N of Clark Field, Philipppines Jun 21, 1932
				582 (3 PS) crashed at Magalang, Philippines Jun 21, 1932
				584 (19th PS) w/o at Wheeler Field, HI Apr 12, 1935
				585 w/o in landing accident at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL Jul 1, 1940.
				586 (19 PS) crashed at Wheeler Field, HI Feb 13, 1934.
31-587/592		Fokker YO-27
				Originally ordered as YB-8 (2 aircraft) and Y1B-8 (four aircraft)
				587 surveyed Feb 17, 1936
				588 bellylanded at Brooks Field Dec 13, 1934.  Surveyed Mar 7, 1935
				589 crashed 1 mi SW of Olmsted Field Nov 3, 1933.  Both crew killed. 
				590 damaged while taxying at Barksdale Field Feb 2, 1933 but repaired.
					Surveyed Jan 13, 1937.
				591 Aug 24, 1933 damaged on landing at Brooks Field.  Damaged in ground
					collision with Y1O-35 at Brooks Field Nov 22, 1933.  Belly landed
					at Brooks Field Jun 13, 1934.  Surveyed Sep 1, 1934.
				592 damaged on landing Sep 23, 1933 near Graham Apt, TX when fuel 
					ran out.  Surveyed Feb 28, 1934.
31-593/596		Consolidated YPT-11
				593 converted to PT-11D.  Served briefly as second PT-11C
				594 converted to PT-11D
				595 redesignated BT-6 when fitted with Curtiss Challenger R-600 engine
				596 became PT-11A when fitted with the Curtiss Challenger R-600
					engine and became PT-11C when this was replaced by Lycoming
					YR-680-1. 
31-597			Berliner-Joyce Y1P-16
				later redesignated PB-1
				Caught fire on ground at Wright Field, OH June
					20, 1933.  Repaired, sent to Fairfield
					Air Depot June 22, 1933.  Surveyed Sept 26, 1933.
31-598/603		Fokker Y1O-27
				598 bellylanded at Brooks Field Feb 3, 1935.  Surveyed Jul 18, 1935.
				599 undercarriage jammed while attempting landing at San Diego and
					forced to land in the sea Dec 16, 1932.  Crashed 5 mi W of 
					Danville, LA Sep 3, 1934 due to engine failure.  2 killed,
					2 survived.
				600 damaged on landing May 20, 1934.  Gear collapsed on landing at
					Brooks Field Sep 20, 1934.  Gear collspaed on landing at
					Yuma, AZ May 6, 1935.  Surveyed Feb 25, 1937.
				601 crashlanded at Midland, TX Oct 19, 1933, repaired.  Surveyed Feb 25, 1937.
				602 wrecked on belly landing at Crissy Field, CA Oct 10, 1933.  Surveyed Mar 13, 1934.
				603 crashed at Brookville, IN Jan 11, 1935 due to engine failure.
31-604/607		Douglas YO-31A
				c/n 1069/1072.  Redesignated O-31A upon completion of service trials.
				604	Tested at Wright Field as the XYO-31A, later at NACA, Langley and back to Douglas at Santa Monica
31-608			Douglas YO-31C
				c/n 1073
				Delivered to Air Corps Jul32. Redesignated XYO-31C during service trials.  designation eventually changed to O-31C


				- 1932 - 

32-1/76			Boeing P-12E
				c/n 1496/1533, 1535/1572
				1 (6 PS) w/o in landing accident at Luke Field, HI Mar 25, 1937
				2 damagaged in landing accident at Miller Field, NY Nov 26, 1939
				5 (6 PS) crashed 1/4 mile W of Wheeler Field, HI Nov 11, 1936
				6 (24 PS) crashed near Albrook Field, CZ Mar 14, 1933
				7 (73 PS) crashed at Corona, CA Feb 23, 1932
				8 (29 PS) forcelanded 5 mi SW of ferry landing on National Highway, CZ Jul 15, 1937.
				12 (29 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Rio Hato, Panama Jar 19, 1937
				14 (55 PS) w/o in forced landing at Weddell-Williams Airport, New Orleans, LA Sep 4, 1933
				15 w/o at Llano de Catival, Panama Jul 25, 1934
				17 w/o in landing accident at Long Beach Municipal Airport, CA Feb 10, 1940.  017 restored by Ed 
					Maloney as N3360G in 1979 out of a fuselage found at a technical school.  Now on display in 
					Planes of Fame museum marked as a Navy F4B-3.
				18 crashed 1 mi SW of Roanoke, TX May 12, 1940
				19 (25 BS) crashed on takeoff at David, Panama Feb 2, 1936
				21 (78 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Calobre, Panama Oct 23, 1933
				22 damaged in landing accident at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN Nov 27, 1940
				23 (78 PS) crashed near Albrook Field, CZ Mar 14, 1933
				24 (2 Staff Sqn, Bolling Field) w/o in landing accident at Bolling Field, DC Jul 6, 1940
				26 (2 Staff Sqn, Bolling Field) damaged in landing accident at Glenn Martin Airport, 
					Baltimore, MD Aug 20, 1940
				27 (78 PS) crashed on takeoff at La Venta, Panama Sep 13, 1934
				28 (6th Corps, A/c Det) damaged in landing accident at Chicago Municipal Airport, IL Aug 17, 1940
				33 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration
				34 (79 PS) w/o in takeoff accident at Barksdale Field, LA Oct 16, 1934
				36 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration
				37 (36 PS) crashed at Pope Field, Fort Bragg, NC Mar 7, 1936
				39 (6 PS) ditched off Black Point, Oahu, HI Jul 29, 1936
				40 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration
				41 (91 PS) forcelanded 6 mi N of Royston, GA Jul 28, 1937
				42 converted to P-12J and then to YP-12K.  With 61 Sch Sqn, crashed on approach to
					Roswell Airport, NM Sep 16, 1938
				46 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration
				49 converted to YP-12K, then reverted to P-12E configuration.  With 61 Sch Sqn, crashed 10 mi
					W of Kelly Field, TX Aug 29, 1938
				50 converted to YP-12K.  With 36 PS, w/o in forced landing at Langley Field, VA Jan 29, 1936
				51 (21 AB Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Denver Municipal Airport, CO Oct 17, 1939
				53 (78 PS) crashed near Bajo del Pueblo, Panama Dec 19, 1933
				55 (29 PS) crashed 10 mi E of La Chorrera, Panama May 28, 1934
				58 (78 PS) crashed at Gaillard Cut, CZ Dec 19, 1935
				59 (79 PS) involved in midair collision with 32-70 and crashed into Red River, 4 mi N
					of Shreveport, LA May 15, 1934.
				60 (77 PS) crashed at Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1932
				61 (19 PS) ditched S of Barbers Point, HI Jun 12, 1936
				62 (77 PS) crashed 2 mi N of Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1933
				63 (55 PS) crashed near Grass Valley, CA jun 7, 1932
				64 (55 PS) crashed 3 mi NE of Barksdale Field, LA Jul 21, 1933
				67 w/o in forced landing at Manzanillo Bay, CZ Jun 24, 1935
				68 (77 PS) crashed at Barksdale Field, LA Dec 3, 1932
				70 (79 PS) in midair collision with 32-59 and crashed into Red River, 4 mi N of
					Shreveport, LA May 15, 1934.
				72 (29 PS) w/o in landing accident at Ocu, Panama Nov 20, 1935
				74 damaged in landing accident at McClellan Field, CA Apr 21, 1940
				75 w/o at France Field, CZ Dec 10, 1938
32-77/101		Boeing P-12F
				c/n 1534, 1573/1594, 1676/1677
				77 (73 PS) forcelanded 8 mi N of Ventura, CA Aug 14, 1932
				79 (73 PS) forcelanded 3 mi W of Parris, CA May 26, 1932
				80 crashed at North Kansas City, MO Oct 19, 1940
				81 (29 PS) w/o in landing accident at Las Sabanas Airport, San Jose, Costa Rica Jul 28, 1937
				82 (24 PS) crashed at la Chorrera, Panama Nov 19, 1937
				87 (73 PS) crashed 6 mi S of March Field, CA Jun 8, 1932
				88 (35 PS) forcelanded on beach at Virginia Beach, VA Jun 20, 1935
				91 (79 PS) w/o in landing accident at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 7, 1934
				92 (c/n 1587) damaged in landing accident at Boeing Field, Seattle, WA Sep 1, 1940.
					Now in National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, FL
				93 (79 PS) crashed at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 9, 1934.
				95 (73 PS) crashed 6 mi S of March Field, CA Jul 8, 1932
				98 (73 PS) crashed at Cajon Pass, CA Mar 9, 1933
				100 (36 PS) crashed 3 mi E of Dale, SC Dec 13, 1935
				101 fitted with closed cockpit canopy.
32-102/116		Douglas O-38B
				c/n 1034/1048.  For National Guard
				104 (c/n 1036) assigned to 1010S, MA National Guard,  Boston Airport, East Boston, MA damaged in a forced landing 
					from an engine failure on Apr 9, 1932 at Chelsa Creek, East Boston, MA. On Nov 9, 1932 DBR after a 
					forced landing in the waters of Boston Harbor.
				106 (c/n 1038) assigned to 1010S, MA National Guard, Boston Airport, East Boston, MA damaged in an accident 
					at Boston Airport on Aug 9, 1932. Next assigned to 27Div 1020S at Miller Field, Staten Island, NY damaged 
					on Jan 26, 1936 at Allegheny County Airport, Pittsburgh, PA.
				107 (c/n 1039) assigned to 1070S, Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI. DBR after a fatal mid-air collision 
					with another O-38B on Aug 23, 1931 2 miles south of Wayne County Airport, Michigan.
				109 (c/n 1041) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. On Dec 12, 1935 damaged 
					in a mid-air collision at Sellersbuth, IN.
				110 (c/n 1042) assigned to 1070S, Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI. DBR after a fatal crash into the ground 
					on Feb 26, 1934 8 miles E of Lorein, OH.
				111 (c/n 1043) assigned to 1070S, Wayne County Airport, Detroit, MI. DBR after a fatal crash due to structural 
					failure on Jul 16, 1933 one mile S of airport on Merriman Rd. Detroit, MI.
				112 (c/n 1044) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. On Jan 14, 1935 damaged in 
					a mid-air collision with Douglas O-38B 32-115 6 miles SE of Sky Harbor Apt., Murfreesboro, TN. 
					On Jul 03 1941 now assigned to 2PO at Key Field, Meridian, MS damaged in a mid air collision at 
					Meehan, MS. On Sept. 06 1941 assigned to 113OS fatally crashed after a mid-air collision 8 miles 
					NW Barksdale Field, LA.
				113 (c/n 1045) assigned to 1120S at Cleveland, OH. Damaged as a parked aircraft on Jul 24, 1935 at Camp 
					Perry, OH. On May 19, 1936 now assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN, 
					damaged in a landing accident at Stout Field, IN. On Aug. 12, 1936 damaged in a ground loop whilest 
					landing at Ft Knox, KY.
				114 (c/n 1046) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN, on Sep 9, 1932 DBR after 
					a fatal crash from a stall-spin situation at New Goshen, IN.
				115 (c/n 1047) assigned to 38Div IN National Guard at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN. On Jan 14, 1935 fatally 
					crashed after a mid-air collision with Douglas O-38B 32-112 6 miles SE of Sky Harbor Apt., Murfreesboro, TN.
				116 (c/n 1048) assigned to 1080S 65OG at Lexington City Airport, Columbia, SC, damaged in an accident on 
					Dec 16, 1941 at Lexington County Airport.
32-117/141		Keystone B-4A
				117 (31 BS, 7 BG) damaged in landing accident at March Field, CA Nov 29, 1932
				118 (23rd BS, 19th BG) in midair collision with 32-132 and crashed near Luke Field, HI
					Jan 24, 1936
				119 crashed at D Ranch, TX Feb 21, 1932.
				120 (64 Sch Sqn) w/o in forced landing 2 mi W of Kelly Field, TS Nov 5, 1936.
				121 (31 BS, 7 BG) forcelanded 100 yds offshore at Coronado, CA Sep 12, 1932.
				122 (42 BS, 11 BG) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TSX Aug 23, 1935.
				123 destroyed by fire at Luke Field, HI Jan 8, 1935.
				130 (11 BS, 7 BG) damaged in landing accident at Sandin Hills Airport, San
					Bernardino, CA Aug 23, 1933
				131 (11 BS, 7 BG) w/o in takeoff accident at March Field, CA Sep 18, 1933.
				132 (72 BS, 19 BG) in midair collision with 32-118 and crashed near Luke Field, HI
					Jan 24, 1936.
				134 (64 Sch Sqn) forcelanded 1 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Aug 19, 1938
				136 forcelanded 2 mi NE of Jefferson, PA Apr 8, 1932.
				139 (31 BS, 7 BG) damaged in forced landing at emergency field, Troutsdale, OR
					Aug 1, 1932.
				140 (9 BS, 7 BG) w/o in landing accident at Crissy Field, CA Dec 18, 1933.
32-142/180		Keystone B-6A
				143 (20 BS) w/o at Langley Field, VA Jan 23, 1934
				144 (49 BS) damaged n forced landing at Maxwell Field, AL Nov 29, 1935.
				149 (96 BS) forcelanded 3 mi NE of langley Field, VA Apr 1, 1932
				152 (7 OS) crashed 1 1/2 mi W of Stonewall, GA Feb 12, 1936
				153 (49 BS) forcelanded at Hopewel MAP, VA Apr 19, 1934
				154 w/o in landing accident at Jaque, Panama May 20, 1938
				155 (49 BS) damaged in landing accident at Biggs Field, Fort Bliss, TSX Jun 10, 1933
				158 (96 BS) w/o at Enfield, VA Sep 8, 1935
				159 (59 Svc Sqn) forcelanded at Martins Ferry, OH Jan 23, 1933
				160 (59 Svc Sqn) forcelanded in Chesapeake Bay, 30 mi N of Langley Field, VA Jun 1, 1932.
				161 (20 BS) forcelanded 10 mi NW of Princess Anne, MD Jun 3, 1932.
				162 (91 Sch Sqn) w/o in takeoff accident at Maxwell Field, AL Jun 12, 1937
				168 (20 BS) forcelanded 2 mi E of Jacksonville, FL Jan 6, 1931
				169 (46 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Langley Field, VA Oct 23, 1933
				170 used as target at Barksdale, LA Mar 1938
				171 dropped from records at Langley Field Jun 1938
				172 dropped from records at Barksdale Jan 1939
				173 (20 BS) crashed 7 mi NE of Fredericksburg, PA Apr 5, 1936.  5 killed
				174 (91 Sch Sqn) forcelanded at Andalisia, AL Aug 12, 1938
				175 dropped from records Jun 1937 at Panama Air Depot
				176 to reclamation/scrap at Panama Air Depot Mar 8, 1939
				177 wrecked in takeoff accident at Cleveland Airport Sep 16, 1934.  1 killed
				178 dropped from records at Barksdale Field Jan 1939
				179 wrecked in landing accident at Beaderton, FL Jan 16, 1935.  
				180 wrecked at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Dec 18, 1936.
32-181/210		Douglas O-25C
				c/n 1004/1033.  Production version of XO-25A
				181 to CL-26 at US Army Aviation Schook, Mineola, NY Jan 29, 1940
				182 wrecked in Sequoia National Forest, CA Feb 1, 1932.  Pilot killed
				183 wrecked near Santa Rosa, CA when hit high-tension wires Mar 23, 1933.  Pilot killed
				184 to CL-26 at Ryan School of Aeronautics, San Diego, CA Nov 1, 1939
				185 wrecked in San Francisco Bay, CA Dec 15, 1932 when caught fire.  Pilot bailed out
				186 wrecked at Spartan School, Tulsa, OK Aug 14 1939.
				187 crashed in San Francisco Pay Dec 15, 1932.  Pilot killed
				188 caught fire at Bethany, WV Aug 29, 1934 and plane burned
				189 wrecked when boy attempting to steal 32-193 taxied into this ship
				190 to CL-26 to Case Jones School of Aeronautics, Newark, NJ May 6, 1940
				191 wrecked in landing accident at Hensley, TX Oct 17, 1933
				192 to CL-26 at Curtiss Wright Technical Institute, Glendale, CA Jan 12, 1940
				193 to CL-26 at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Sep 7, 1939
				194 wrecked when hit high tension wires near Burlinggame, CA Dec 16, 1934.  Pilot killed
				195 wrecked when hit bunker while landing for flood relief Jan 27, 1933
				196 crashed into San Francisco Bay, CA Nov 20, 1933.  Pilot killed
				197 crashed into Monterey Bay, CA Apr 23, 1935.  Pilot killed
				198 crashed in fog at Hopewell, NJ. Sep 9, 1933.
				199 wrecked at Chapman, NY Mar 24, 1933.  Pilot killed
				200 wrecked Sep 8, 1933 near Freehold, NJ.  Pilot bailed out
				201 wrecked at Kelly Field, TX due to engine failure Jul 5, 1939
				202 dropped from recores at Kelly Field Nul 1939
				203 droppet from records at Mitchel Field Aug 1934
				204 dropped from records at Mitchel Field Jan 1933
				205 to Case Jones School of Aeronautics, Newark, NJ Nov 4, 1939
				206 wrecked near Tunnel Ranger Station, Owens Valley, CA Jun 17, 1934.
				207 wrecked when ground looped at Kelly Field, TX Oct 18, 1938
				208 wrecked at New Stamford, CT Aug 27, 1933.  Pilot killed
				209 to CL-26 at Civil Mechanics School, Glendale, CA May 13, 1940
				210 to CL-26 at New England Aircraft School, Boston, MA Nov 30, 1939
32-211/220		Curtiss O-39 Falcon
				211 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Jul 1938
				212 dropped from records at Chanute Field Feb 1939
				213 dropped from record at Mitchel Field Nov 1938
				214 wrecked when nosed over on landing at Mitchel Field, NY Feb 6, 1935
				215 wrecked at Platsburg, NY Oct 25, 1935
				216 wrecked at Derhler, OH Feb 23, 1934.  Pilot killed
				217 wrecked at Burton, OH Mar 9, 1934.  Pilot killed
				218 caught fire in air and pilot bailed out near New Brunswick, NJ Apr 27, 1933
				219 wrecked near Fremont, OH Aug 23, 1934, pilot bailed out
				220 dropped from records at Marshall Field, KS Dec 1938.
32-221/230		Berliner-Joyce Y1P-16
				later redesignated PB-1
				221 surveyed Feb 25, 1935
				222 nosed over on landing Selfridge Field Sep 2, 1932
					Wrecked at Elizabethtown, KY Feb 27, 1934.
					Surveyed Jun 5, 1934.
				223 nosed over while landing at Camp Skeel, MI
					Aug 11, 1932.  Surveyed Sep 26, 1932.
				224 nosed over while taxying at Selfridge Field, MI
					July 25, 1932.  Wrecked at Olney, IL May 19, 1934
					while landing at an unauthorized field.
					Surveyed Sept 19, 1934.
				225 wrecked in landing accident at Aurora, IL
					Aug 5, 1933.  Dropped from inventory Feb 
					25, 1935.
				226 donated to Army Aero Museum, Wright Field, OH 
				227 surveyed Sept 13, 1934.
				228 surveyed Jun 8, 1934.
				229 surveyed Mar 26, 1936
				230 surveyed Nov 1, 1934.
32-231			Douglas YO-31B
				c/n 1074.  Unarmed staff transport for Militia Bureau of War Department.  Designation later changed to O-31B.  
					To CL-26 at Rome Air Depot, NY May 12, 1942
32-232			Lockheed Y1C-23
				c/n 165.  Altair Model DL-2A NR8494.  Assigned as
				personal command plane of Assistant Secretary of
				War.  Later redesignated Detroit C-23.  To CL-26 at Chanute Aug 19, 1938.  Grounded
				9/23/38.  Scrapped 6/42.
32-233/278		Curtiss Y1P-22
				All delivered as P-6E.
				233 became XP-6H but later reverted to P-6E.  To CL-26 at Santa Maria School of Flying,
					Santa Maria, CA Jul 2, 1939
				234 to CL-26 at Spartan School of Aeronautics, Tulsa, OK Jul 2, 1939
				235 dropped from records at Maxwell Field 1939
				236 wrecked at Fairhaven, MI Feb 13, 1934.  Pilot bailed out
				237 wrecked in midair with 32-269 at Baroncastle, VA and DBR Dec 12, 1933
				238 wrecked at Leesburg, VA Sep 15, 1934.  Pilot killed.
				239 to CL-26 at Ryan School of Aeronautics San Diego, CA Jul 5 ,1939
				240 missing over Lake Erie Sep 1, 1934.  Pilot was attempting to fly over Lake Erie from Detroit. 
					He left Mt. Clemens for Cleveland on Saturday Sep 1, 1934 en-route for Cleveland races
				241 wrecked in midair with 32-243 near New Haven, MI Jun 2, 1932.  Pilot bailed out.
				242 wrecked Oct 27, 1935 at Langley Field, VA when gear collapsed on landing
				243 wrecked at Middletown Air Depot Jul 13, 1933.  Pilot killed.
				244 dropped from records at Selfridge Field Sep 1932
				245 wrecked at Langley Field, VA Apr 29, 1935
				246 wrecked in takeoff accident at Selfridge Field Jul 28, 1937
				248 to CL-26 at Dallas Aviation School and Aviation College, Dallas, TX Jul 2, 1939
				249 wrecked in midair with 32-253 near Utica, MI.  Pilot bailed out
				250 dropped from records at Langley Field Feb 1936
				251 wrecked at Stratford, CT Nov 9, 1935.  Pilot killed
				252 wrecked when wing failed in flight near Van Dyke, MI aug 2, 1937.  Pilot killed
				253 to CL-26 at Grand Central Flying School, Glendale, CA Jul 5, 1939
				254 became XP-6G and then P-6G before reverting to P-6E.  Dropped from records at Aberdeen
					Proving Grounds in 1939
				255 wrecked 1 mi SW of Selfridge Field, MI Feb 10, 1932.  Pilot bailed out
				256 to CL-26 at US Army Alabama Institute of Aeronautics, Tuscaloose, AL Jul 17, 1939
				257 wrecked at Fairfield, OH May 4, 1932
				258 wrecked at Lansing, MI May 27, 1933.  Pilot bailed out
				259 force landed at New Baltimore, MI Feb 10, 1932 and wrecked.
				260 wrecked in midair with 32-275 near Selfirdge Field, MI Apr 8, 1932.  Pilot bailed out
				261 dropped from records at Tampa Field, FL sep 1939.  Now on display at USAF Museum, 
					Dayton, OH, marked as 32-240 and painted in markings of 71th Pursuit Squadron.
				262 to CL-26 at US Army Lincoln Airplane and Flying School, Lincoln, NB Jul 2, 1939
				263 to US Naval Air Station, Algiers, LA Jun 12, 1939.  
				264 to US Army Chicago School of Aeronautics, Glenview, IL Jul 2, 1939
				265 dropped from records at Maxwell Field Aug 1939
				266 to CL-26 at US Army Parks Air College, East St Louis, IL Jul 2, 1939
				267 dropped from records at Selfridge Field Nov 1932
				268 assigned to 3rd Air Base Group at Langley Field, Virginia.  To CL-26 at Partwick Dam, TN Jul 30, 1939
				269 dropped from records at Langley Field May 1934
				270 wrecked at Ducanville, PA Apr 5, 1934.  Pilot killed
				271 wrecked at Langley Field, VA May 6, 1935.  Pilot killed
				272 to US Naval Station, Algiers, LA May 29, 1939
				273 wrecked at Orceola, WV Dec 22, 1933.  Pilot bailed out
				274 to US Naval Air Station, Algiers, LA Jun 12, 1939
				276 wrecked Dec 2, 1934 in Maryland.  
				277 wrecked near Wetumpha, AL Nov 28, 1938
				278 became XP-23, later converted to YP-23.  Dropped from records Jan 1936
32-279/286		Douglas Y1C-21
				c/n 1075/1082
				Later redesignated C-21 and then OA-3
				279 dropped from records Nov 1938
				280 (18 Wg HQ Sqn) force landed in Kaiwi Channel, HI Apr 9, 1938.  Dropped from records Mar 1940
				281 with US Military Academy A/c Detachment, ditched in Hudson River Nov 23, 1938 near Kingston, NY.  
					To CL-26 Apr 21, 1941
				282 dropped from records May 1939
				283 (74 PS) damaged in landing accident in Panama Bay, Panama Jan 16, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Mar 1937
				284 dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Apr 1936
				285 dropped from records at Philippine Air Depot Jun 1938
				286 (2 OS) w/o in takeoff accident at Legazpi, Philippines Jan 11, 1934.
					Dropped from records at Philadelphia Apr 1935
32-287/290		American Y1C-24
				c/n 6707/6710
				287 to CL-26 at US Army Grand Central Flying School, Glendale, CA Oct 18, 1939
				288 wrecked in Greenville, VA Mar 16, 1937
				289 wrecked at Fort Royal, VA Jan 28, 1937
32-291/295		Douglas Y1O-43
				c/n 1085/1089.  
				Originally ordered as Y1O-31A, redesignated Y10-31C before delivery, but completed as Y1O-43 - Later redesignated O-43.
32-296/300		Cancelled contract
32-301			Boeing YB-9
				c/n 1459.  Used civil registry of NX10633.  Surveyed Dec 26, 1934
32-302			Boeing Y1B-9
				c/n 1458.   Surveyed Sep 26, 1934
32-303/307		Boeing Y1B-9A
				c/n 1671/1675
				303 surveyed Apr 26, 1935
				304 surveyed Apr 26, 1935
				305 (20th BG) damaged beyond repair in force landing near Black River, VA.  
					Aircraft surveyed Mar 26, 1934
				306 surveyed Mar 18, 1935
				307 (49th BG) crashed into James River near Rushmere, VA Jun 24, 1933. 4 crewmembers killed.
32-308/314		Douglas Y1B-7
				c/n 1108/1114.  Later designated B-7.  Initially assigned to 11th and 31st Bombardment Squadrons at March Field, CA
				308 dropped from records Sep 1934
				309 wrecked at Jerome, ID Feb 16, 1934.  1 killed
				310 wrecked near Baldwin Park, CA after fire in air Oct 13, 1933.  1 bailed out
				311 wrecked in landing accident at Sacramento, CA Mar 11, 1934
				312 dropped from records at Barksdale Jan 1939
				313 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Dec 1938
				314 wrecked in landing accident at Elko, NV Apr 6, 1931
32-315/319		Douglas Y1O-35
				c/n 1115/1119
				315 (88th OS) crashed at Bakersfield, California Jan 11, 1936.  Dropped from records at Hamilton Field Feb 1938
				316 dropped from records at Barksdale Field Jan 1939
				317 dropped from records at Brooks Field Oct 1935
				318 dropped from records at Barksdale Field Jan 1939
				319 wrecked in takeoff accident at Griffith Park, Jun 25, 1935 
32-320			Lockheed-Detroit XP-900
				Later redesignated YP-24.  
				Crashed Oct 19, 1931 on test flight out of Wright Field, OH.  
					Pilot parachuted to safety.
32-321/322		Consolidated Y1P-25
				321 crashed Jan 13, 1933, killing pilot Capt Hugh Elmendorf.
				322 completed as Y1A-11 attack aircraft.  Crashed
					Jan 20, 1933, killing pilot 1st Lt. Irvin Woodring.
32-323/324		Detroit (Lockheed) Y1P-24
				Contract cancelled
32-325/342		Douglas O-38B
				c/n 1090/1107.  For National Guard
				325 to CL-26 at Biloxi, MS Jul 16, 1942
				326 dropped from records at CA NG Mar 1940
				327 to CL-26 at California Flyers Institute, Inglewood, CA Jul 18, 1941
				328 dropped from records of CA NG Feb 1938
				329 to CL-26 at Kessler Field Sub Depot, MS May 26, 1942
				330 to CL-26 at California Flyers School of Aviation, Inglewood, CA Dec 1942
				331 creashed at Salinas, CA Aug 9, 1941.
				332 wrecked at Selma, AL Sep 18, 1942.  Burned due to defective wiring
				333 dropped from records with CA NG Sep 1939
				334 to CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Aug 4, 1942
				335 wrecked in hailstorm May 27, 1936, Brookville, PA May 27, 1936
				336 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Jun 8, 1942
				337 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Mar 1940
				338 dropped from records at MN NG Nov 1937
				339 to CL-26 at Army Aviation School Division, Roosevelt Field, Mineola, NY Jan 12, 1940
				340 dropped from records of NJ NG Jan 1934
				341 dropped from records Dec 1939
				342 (119th OS, 44th National Guard Division) crashed and burned near Bernardsville, New Jersey Dec 11, 1932
					after clipping a tree.  Both crew killed.
32-343			Curtiss YO-40 Raven
				Delivered Feb 1932 and crashed May 20, 1932.  Rebuilt as YO-40A.  Declared obsolete and
					redesignated ZYO-40A.  Scrapped Mar 1938 and dropped from records at Wright Field Jul 1938
32-344/348		Curtiss YA-8 Shrike 
				344 held at factory for conversion to YA-10.  Surveyed at Chanute Field 23 February 1939
				All others redesignated A-8.
32-349/356		Curtiss Y1A-8 Shrike
				356 converted to Y1A-8A-->A-8A. Others converted to A-8.
32-357/366		Consolidated Y1PT-12
				They all were reclassified as Y1BT7, later BT-7
				357 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in forced landing 1 mile SE of Randolph Field, TX on Mar 23, 1936
				359 (52nd School Sqn) stalled and crashed 1.5 miles SW of Sheridan, TX on Nov 24, 1935
				363 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in crash on Feb 19, 1936
				364 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in landing accident near Selma, TX on Sep 21, 1935
				365 (52nd School Sqn) crashed near St. Hedwig, TX on Apr 9, 1936
				366 (52nd School Sqn) w/o in mid-air collision near Kruger Field, TX on Jun 4, 1935
32-367/371		Consolidated Y1PT-11B
				371 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH 1940
32-372/392		Consolidated Y1PT-11D
				372 to Akron Municipal Apt Oct 13, 1940
				373 to Navy Oct 13, 19033
				374 to Dallas School of Aeronautics, TX Jan 28, 1941
				375 to CL-26 at Casey Jones Academy of Aeronautics, NY May 12, 1941
				376 to CL-26 at Academy of Aeronautics, Jackson Heights, NY May 12, 1941
				377 dropped from records at Randolph Field Aug 1934
				378 to Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Dept, Washington, DC Sep 13, 1933
				379 to CL-26 at Academy of Aeronautics, Jackson Heights, NY May 12, 1941
				380 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Mar 1940
				381 to Missouri Aviation Institute May 8, 1941
				382 to CL-26 at Lincoln Aeronautical Institute, NB May 8, 1941
				383 scrapped Jan 21, 1946
				384 to CL-26 at New England School of Aeronauticas, MA Jan 28, 1941
				385 to CL-26 at Spartan Aircraft Co, Tulsa, OK May 9, 1941
				386 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot Apr 1940
				387 to Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy Dept, Washington, DC Oct 4, 1933
				388 to CL-26 at Case Jones Academy of Aeronautics, NY May 12, 1941
				389 to CL-26 at Jesse Delgado School of Aeronautics, New Orleans, LA Dec 10, 1940
				390 to CL-26 at Boeing School of Aeronautics, Oakland, CA May 9, 1941
				391 dropped from records at Alabama Institute of Aeronautics, 1941
				392 surveyed at Patterson Field Jul 17, 1941
32-393			Lockheed Y1C-25
				Altair Model 8A c/n 153, NR119W.  
				SOC Jun 1932 after belly landing at Wright Field, OH.  Hulk burned in tests of fire
					extinguishers Sep 27, 1932.
32-394			Douglas O-38B
				c/n 1120.  Ordered by US Army for delivery to US Coast Guard.  Modified and redesignated
					O-38C.   Transferred to Coast Guard as CG 9 in 1931, later V-108
32-395			Consolidated Y1PT-11B
				Model 21-A.  Transferred to US Coast Guard as 10
32-396/397		Douglas Y1C-26
				c/n 1083,1084.  Later redesignated C-26 and then OA-4
				396 to CL-26 at Goldsboro, NC Aug 14, 1942
				397 wrecked in takeoff accident at Orlando AAF, FL Jul 24, 1942
32-398			Fokker C-15A
				c/n 1422.  Commercial F-14 acquired from General Aviation.
				To Curtiss Wright Technical Institute, Glendale, CA Oct 9, 1939
32-399/402		Bellanca Y1C-27
				c/n 705/708.
				401, 402 converted to C-27C
				399 ex NC10797.  Dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1939
				400 ex NC10798.  Dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Dec 1938
				401 converted to C-27C.  Dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1939 
				402 converted to C-27C.  To CL-26 at Army Aviation School, Roosevelt Field, NY Aug 10, 1939
32-403/410		Douglas Y1C-26A
				c/n 1123/1126, 1132/1135.  Later redesignated C-26A and then OA-4A
				403 and 406/408 modernized to OA-4C in 1936.
				403 modernized to OA-4C in 1936.  Wrecked at Milwaukee, WI Nov 27, 1942 
				404 dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1939
				405 dropped from records at Langley Field May 1936
				406 modernized to OA-4C.  To CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Oct 2, 1942
				407 modernized to OA-4C.  To CL-26 at Maxwell Field Feb 21, 1942
				408 modernized to OA-4C.  Dropped from records at Hamilton Field Jan 1937
				409 dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Sep 1934
				410 condemned at Hawaii Air Depot Feb 25, 1942
32-411			Sikorsky Y1C-28
				c/n 919.  Model S.39C amphibian.  Alloocated to West
					Point Academy for liason; became C-28.  DBR in landing accident in Hudson
					River Oct 1934, and dropped from records Feb 1935
32-412			Boeing XP-936 
				c/n 1678.  Model 248.  Designation later changed to XP-26, then to 
				Y1P-26, and finally to P-26.   Damaged at Chanute Field, IL with 1 Sch Sqn Jul 21, 1937.
					Dropped from records at Chanute Field Nov 1937
32-413/414		Boeing P-26
				c/n 1679/1680
				413 removed from inventory Sept 1932 and used for structural tests at Wright Field
				414 crashed at Logan Field, MD Mar 8, 1936.  
32-415/418		Curtiss Y1O-40B Raven
				Ordered as Y1O-40A bud delivered Jun 1933 as Y1O-40B.  All later redesignated O-40B
				415 with 97th OS, crashed one mi E of Alexandersville, OH Nov 2, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Michel Field, NY Feb 1936
				416 wrecked at Floyd Bennett Airport, NY Feb 25, 1935 but repaired.  W/o in takeoff accident
					at Hatbox Field, Muskogee, OK Jun 21, 1935.
				417 dropped from records at Brooks Field in 1937
				418 to Logan, UT for instructional purposes Aug 14, 1939
32-419			Morane-Saulnier MS-234
				c/n 3957.  Procured for US Military Attache in Paris.  W/o in forced landing at Toulon-sur-Arroux,
					France May 1, 1935.   Dropped from records Jul 31, 1935


				- 1933 - 

33-1			Douglas O-38D
				c/n 1121.  Initially ordered as O-38S private venture.  Registered as X12267.  Tested by Material
					Division at Wright Field and acquired by War Department for use by the Militia Bureau.
					To CL-26 at Lincoln Aeronautical Institute, NB Jan 14, 1942
33-2/16		Douglas O-38E
				c/n 1147/1161.  O-38S development for use by National Guard.
				2 to CL-26 at Lawson Field Apr 17, 1942
				3 surveyed at Fairfield Air Depot, HI Jul 14, 1941
				4 in midair with 33-6 and locked wings and wrecked near Neponset, CA Aug 1, 1942
				5 to CL-26 at Boeing School of Aeronautics, Oakland, CA Jul 30, 1942
				6 in midair with 33-4 and locked wings and wrecked near Neponset, CA Aug 1, 1942
				7 surveyed at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jan 24, 1941
				8 surveyed at Duncan Field Apr 30, 1943
				9 crashed 2 mi E of Sherman Field, KS Apr 5, 1942
				10 surveyed at Sherman Field, KS Jul 17, 1942
				11 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, HI 1938
				12 to Haiti Jun 21, 1942 under Lend-Lease.  Condemned Apr 1943.
				13 surveyed at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Jan 15, 1941
				14 to Haiti Jun 21, 1942 under Lend-Lease.  Condemned Apr 1943
				15 to Haiti Jun 21, 1942 under Lend-Lease.  Condemned Apr 1943.
				16 wrecked at Claton, AL Jan 5, 1934
33-17			Douglas YOA-5
				c/n 1174.  Douglas Dolphin initially ordered as YB-11, later redesignated YO-44, but built as YOA-5.
					Delivered to Wright Field Feb 24, 1935.  Assigned to 1st Air Base Squadron, Langley Field, VA
					Oct 1935.  Transfered to Elmendorf Field, Alaska Jun 1941.  Condemned at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Dec 13, 1943
33-18/27		Bellanca C-27A
				c/n 709/718
				Aircraft 33-19 converted to C-27B.  All remaining C-27As later converted to C-27C.
				18 dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, HI May 1939
				19 converted to C-27B.  Damaged in forced landing at Patterson Field, OH Aug 17, 1934.
					Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, HI Oct 1936
				20 to CL-26 at East St Louis Tech School, IL Sep 6, 1939
				21 dropped from records at San Antonio Air Depot Jul 1939
				23 dropped from records at Panama Air Depot, Canal Zone Jan 1940
				24 dropped from records at FairField Air Depot, HI May 1939
				25 damaged in landing accident at Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA May 18, 1934.
					Dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA Feb 1938
				26 crashed at Guys Store, TX Mar 6, 1935.
				27 dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Apr 1935.  Crashed 15 mi NW of San Felix, Panama Aug 3, 1937.
33-28/138		Boeing P-26A
				c/n 1804/1914
				28 in landing accident at March Field, XCA Oct 23, 1934.  
					Dropped from records at Wright Field, OH Apr 1935
				29 (30 PS, 37 PG) w/o at Rio Hato, Panama Feb 10, 1941.
					Dropped from records at Panama Air Depot Jun 1941
				30 (77 PS, 20 PG) crashed 3.5 mi offshore near Galveston, TX Apr 7, 1937.
					Dropped from records at Barksdale Nov 1937
				31 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				32 wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama Jun 27, 1941
				33 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				34 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940. 
				35 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				36 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				37 with 78th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
				38 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				39 with 78th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
				40 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
				41 wrecked at Barksdale Field Jun 27, 1935 in midair.  Pilot bailed out, crashed 5 mi
					E of Taylortown, LA.
				42 w/o at Coushatta, LA Jan 16, 1934.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Aug 1936
				43 (55 PS, 20 PG) damaged in takeoff accident at Burlington Apt, VT Feb 11, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Aug 1936
				44 force landed at La Chorrera, Canal Zone Jun 15, 1940
				45 crashed in Panama Bay, Canal Zone Feb 12, 1941.
				46 (55 PS, 20 PG) force landed 1.5 mi S of Denison, TX Feb 22, 1934.
					Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Aug 1934
				47 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Wrecked at Nichols Field,
					Philippines Jun 3, 1941
				48 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed 8 mi NE of Chanute Field, IL Mar 13, 1938.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Jun 1938
				49 to Guatemala AF May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 47
				50 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				51 (34 PS, 17 PG) w/o at Cortaro, AZ Jan 19, 1935.   Dropped from records at March Field Apr 1935
				52 dropped from records at Wright Field Oct 1934
				53 (34 PS, 17 PG) w/o at Brawley, CA Jul 5, 1934.  Dropped from records at March Field Sep 1934
				54 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				55 (34 AS, 17 AG) w/o in landing accident at Lyndon Apt, Corvallis, OR Apr 3, 1935.
					Dropped from records at March Field Jun 1935
				56 (6 PS) ditched N of Kahuku, Oahu, HI Dec 14, 1938.
				57 wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama Aug 5, 1941
				58 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
				59 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Wrecked Aug 26, 1941 in
					midair with P-26A 33-99.  Pilot bailed out.
				60 (19 PS, 18 PG) landed short of runway at Bellows Field, HI Nov 26, 1940.  Condemned May 13, 1942
				61 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				62 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o after midair collision 
					with 33-131 Philippines May 28, 1941.
				63 (77 PS, 20 PG) w/o at Barksdale Fiel, LA Jul 26, 1935.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Oct 1935
				64 (77 PS, 20 PG) forcelanded 1 mi N of Danis Field, FL Dec 8, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Barksdale Apr 1936
				65 (17 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Marquette County Airport, Marquette, MI Nov 7, 1937.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Feb 1938
				66 wrecked at France Field, Canal Zone Jun 2, 1941 when undershot landing
				67 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				68 with 44th PSD, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
				69 (29 PS/16 PG) ditched in Panama Bay, Panama Feb 13, 1939.
					Dropped from records at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Apr 1939
				70 (77 PS, 20 PG) crashed near Kirby, TX Jul 26, 1936.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Oct 1936
				71 (17 PS, 1 PG) forcelanded near Montpelier, IN May 30, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Jul 1935
				72 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed on takeoff 100 yd S of Selfridge Field, MI
					Nov 25, 1935.  Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Feb 1936
				73 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
				74 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed 1/2 mile SE of Chesterfield, MI Jun 20, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Feb 1936
				75 to Guatemala AF Jul 22, 1943, initially as FAG 48
				76 dropped from records Oct 1935
				77 w/o at Ebony, VA Jan 13, 1935.  Dropped from records at Bolling Field May 1935
				78 crashed 2 mi N of Patterson Field, OH Dec 13, 1940
				79 (53 PS, 32 PG) wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama May 2, 1941
				80 was with 78th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
				81 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Jan 18, 1942
				82 (77 PS, 20 PG) forcelanded at Chapman, AL Jul 5, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Oct 1936
				83 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				84 (73 AS, 18 AG) w/o at Taylor, TX Apr 18, 1935.  Dropped from records at March Field
				85 (19 PS, 18 PG) damaged in landing accident at Bellows Field, HI Aug 29, 1940.  Was with 46th PS, 18th PG
					at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Sep 18, 1942
				86 with 6pth PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemed Dec 28, 1941
				87 (79 PS, 20 PG) crashed 1/2 mi NE of Chapman Field, FL Dec 15, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Apr 1936
				88 was with 17th ABS, 18th ABG was at Wheeler Field On Dec 7, 1941. condemned Feb 26, 1942
				89 was Lt Col Tinker's personal plane from Jan 1935 until he left the 7th BG in Dec 1938.  
					Eventually to Guatemalan AF, initially as FAG 49
				90 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned Feb 1939
				91 (95 AS, 17 G) w/o at Hamilton Field, CA Mar 23, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Barksdale Field Aug 1936
				92 wrecked 200 yds offshore from Jagan, Panama Jun 19, 1941
				93 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Barksdale Field, LA Feb 26, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Jun 1936
				94 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Selfridge Field, MI Jun 25, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Aug 1935
				95 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 2.5 mi NE of Caro, MI Sep 13, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Dec 1935
				96 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940. Wrecked at Bataan, Luzon Apr 19, 1941
				97 (79 PS, 20 PG) crashed 4 mi E of Melrose, TX Mar 20, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Barksdale Field May 1936
				98 wrecked 20 mi E of San Jose, Guatemala Oct 20, 1942.  Pilot killed
				99 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				100 (17 PS, 1 PG) forcelanded 1 mi N of Bruce, WI Mar 23, 1937.  Condemned Nov 18, 1941
				101 (31 PS, 37 PG) crashed 15 mi E of Rio Hato, Panama Aug 10, 1940
				102 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				103 wrecked at Celemela La Guna, Philippines Feb 12, 1941
				104 wrecked at Nichols Field, Philippines Jan 6, 1941.
				105 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				106 (3 PS, 4 Comp G) w/o in takeoff accident at Loakan Field, Baguio,
					Philippines Nov 30, 1938.  Dropped from records at Philippine Air Depot Mar 1939
				107 (34 AS, 17 AG) crashed 2 mi E of Colton, CA Apr 4, 1935.
					Dropped from records at March Field Jul 1935
				108 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				109 condemned in Philippines Jan 18, 1942
				110 crash landed on ice-covered Portage Lake, MI Feb 7, 1935
				111 in midair collision with P-40B 41-5276 Clark Field, Philippines Jul 30, 1941.
				112 (17 PS, 1 PG) w/o near Guelph, Ontario, Canada Jul 11, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field Nov 1935
				113 (27 PS, 1 PG) crashed in Lake St Clair near Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada
					Mar 10, 1935.  Dropped from records at Philippine Air Depot May 1935
				114 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				115 (53 PS, 32 PG) wrecked at Rio Hato, Panama Jun 2, 1941
				116 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				117 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				118 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  Condemned in Philippines Jan 18, 1942
				119 condemned in Canal Zone Sep 2, 1941
				120 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.
				121 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940. 
				122 w/o after accident in Panama, Jun 5, 1942
				123 to Guatemala AF as 0672 May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 43.  Later to N3378G owned by Edward
					Maloney of Corona del Mar, CA.  To Planes of Fame Museum 
					for restoration in 1957.  On display at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA 1997. Reported in 2006
					to be under restoration to flying status.  Restored to flight-worthy condition by Planes of Fame, 
					registered as N3378G, in markings of 95th FS, 17th PG at March Field ca 1983
				124 (94 PS, 1 PG) damaged in landing accident at Offutt Field, NE Jan 9, 1937.
					Dropped from records Jun 1937
				125 condemned Nov 14, 1941
				126 to Guatemala AF May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 45
				127 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Boeing Field, Seattle, WA Jun 22, 1934.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Sep 1938
				128 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 5 mi NE of Mt Clemens, MI Oct 9, 1934.
					Dropped from records at Fairfield Air Depot, OH Feb 1935
				129 (94 PS, 1 PG) crashed near Fraser, MI Dec 13, 1935.
				130 wrecked S of Cuerrier, Panama Jan 2, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				131 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  In midair collision 
					with 33-62 Philippines May 28, 1941
				132 to Guatemala AF May 11, 1943, initially as FAG 46
				133 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Selfridge Field, MI Jun 25, 1935.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Feb 1936
				134 wrecked SW of Madden Lake, Panama Mar 12, 1941
				135 (c/n 1911) to Guatemala AF, initially as FAG 44 May 11, 1943, later FAG 0816.  
					Reported in 1988 at NASM, Washington, DC. Later moved to Garber facility at Silver Hill, MD.  Now at
					Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA.
				136 dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Dec 1934
				137 (30 PS, 37 PG) forcelanded 15 mi W of Chepo River, Canal Zone Jul 31, 1940
				138 to 1st Pursuit Squadron/Group of Philippine AF 1937/1940.  W/o at Batangas, PI Oct 13, 1941.
33-139			Martin XB-10
				c/n 434.  Lost Oct 9, 1933 when pilot parachuted to safety when landing gear
					would not extend during routine flight.  Dropped from records at Langley Field, VA May 1934
33-140/153		Martin YB-10
				c/n 508/521
				140 converted to B-10M.  To CL-26 at March AAF, CA May 1, 1943
				141 to CL-26 at Middletown Air Depot, PA Nov 20, 1942
				142 to CL-26 at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 12, 1942
				143 converted to B-10M.  Surveyed at Sacramento Air Depot, CA Oct 15, 1942
				144 wrecked at Slaughter, NB Jul 18, 1942 
				145 to CL-26 at Westover AAF, MA Dec 30, 1942
				146 dropped from records at Rockwell Field, CA Jul 1935
				147 surveyed at Las Vegas AAB, NV Aug 23, 1943
				148 to CL-26 at Hyannis, MA Dec 7, 1942
				149 to CL-26 at March AAF, CA Dec 30, 1942
				150 wrecked at Pope Field, NC when ground looped during landing.  To CL-26
					at Middletown Air Depot, PA Jul 16, 1942
				151(19th BG, 32nd BS) in takeoff accident at March field, California Jan 11, 1936. 
					Surveyed at March Field Sep 8, 1937
				152 surveyed at March Field Mar 31, 1937
				153 to CL-26 at Gulfport, MS Jun 1, 1943
33-154			Martin YB-10A
				c/n 522
				154 dropped from records at Middletown Air Depot, PA May 1937
33-155/161		Martin YB-12
				c/n 523/529
				155 surveyed Oct 1, 1940
				156 wrecked in wheels-up landing at Barksdale Field, LA Sep 12, 1942.  Also reported as being w/o in 
					landing accident at Biggs Field, TX with 9th BS, 7th BG Jan 23, 1935.  Could have been rebuilt.
				157 (7th BG/HQ Sqn) force landed at Muni Airport, Rhinelander, WI Oct 9, 1937.  Surveyed at Hamilton Field May 3, 1938
				158 converted to B-12M.  88 SS/ACSFS damaed in taxiing accident
					at Barksdale Field, LA Feb 4, 1941.  Surveyed at Barksdale Field Apr 17, 1941
				159 dropped from records at Maxwell Field, AL Apr 1938.
				160 force landed 12 mi E of Tucson, AZ Feb 25, 1938.  To CL-26 at Maxwell Training Center, AL Feb 12, 1942
				161 (9th BS, 7th BG) flrcelanded at Eurteka, CA Mah 21, 1936.  To CL-26 at Maxwell Training Center, AL Feb 12, 1942
33-162			Martin XB-14
				c/n 530
				Surveyed at Wright AAF Jul 19, 1939
33-163/177		Martin B-12A
				c/n 531/545
				163 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS damaged in landing accident
					at Barksdale Field, LA Aug 7, 1941.  To CL-26 at Maxwell 
					Training Center, AL Feb 12, 1942
				164 converted to B-12AM.  To CL-26 at Maxwell Training Center, AL Feb 12, 1942
				165 (31 BS, 7 BS) w/o in crash at Sequoia National Park, CA May 28, 1935.  Surveyed at Hamilton Field, CA Aug 2, 1935
				166 converted to B-12AM.  With 3 BG, HQ Sqn wrecked in forced landing 7 mi SW of Ruston, LA Aug 18, 1940.
				167 (88 RS) damaged in landing accident at Redding Airport, CA Nov 18, 1936.  Surveyed at Barksdale Field Feb 20, 1942
				168 wrecked at Barksdale Field Sep 17, 1940
				169 converted to B-12AM.  To CL-26 May 6, 1943
				170 converted to B-12AM.  Surveyed at Eglin AAF, FL Feb 12, 1942
				171 (11th BS, 7th BG) crashed into Inyo National Forest, CA Oct 3, 1934, 50 mi from Bishop, CA.  3
					killed, one bailed out.  Surveyed at March Field, CA Jan 7, 1935.
					This accident resulted in the grounding of all B-12s.  Fault traced
					to wing and aileron flutter and a backlash developed by the props
					when the engine was shut down.
				172 condemned Jan 27, 1943
				173 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS crashed after takeoff from Barksdale Field, LA Jun 25, 1941
				174 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS wrecked when retracted wheels prior to landing at Barksdale Field, LA Jun 27, 1941
				175 condemned May 25, 1942
				176 converted to B-12AM.  87SS/ACAFS forcelanded at Barksdale Field, LA Apr 15, 1941
				177 surveyed at Barksdale Field Apr 19, 1940
33-178			Curtiss XP-31 Swift
				First flown Jul 1932 and bought by Army Feb 1933.  Retired Jul 1936 to Air Corps mechanics school.
					Surveyed at Edgewood Arsenal Dec 10, 1936
33-179/180		Boeing P-26B
				c/n 1916,1919
				179 crashed at Wright Field, OH Jun 20, 1940.  Dropped from records at Wright Field Sep 1940
				180 was with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Dec 28, 1941
33-181/203		Boeing P-26C
				c/n 1915, 1917/1918, 1920/1939
				186/203 converted to P-26B
				181 (6 PS) crashed 5 mi SE of Wheeler Field, HI Aug 23, 1939.
				182 was with 73rd PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 Aug 24, 1943
				183 with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Surveyed at Wheeler Field May 13, 1942
				184 was with 44th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned May 13, 1942
				185 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in midair collision with 33-195 over Hickam Field, HI Mar 4, 1940.
					Dropped from records Jun 1940
				186 condemned Aug 24, 1942
				187 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in landing accident at Nalai, HI Jul 20, 1939.
					Dropped from records Jan 1940
				188 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o at Hickam Field, HI Jul 11, 1939.  Dropped from records Jan 1940
				189 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 45 mi SW of Kerrville, TX Feb 7, 1938.  Dropped from records Jan 1940
				190 dropped from records Jul 1937
				191 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o at Bellows Field, HI Nov 2, 1938.  Dropped from records Feb 1939
				192 with 44th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Oct 22,1942
				193 (27 PS, 1 PG) crashed near New Baltimore, MI Mar 30, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Jun 1936
				194 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in landing accident at Bellows Field, HI Oct 20, 1938.
					Dropped from records Feb 1936
				195 (6 PS, 18 PG) w/o in midair collision wieth 33-185 over Hickam Field, HI
					Mar 4, 1940.  Dropped from records Jun 1940
				196 (27 PS, 1 PG) w/o at Bendix Airport, South Bend, IN Jul 18, 1937.  To CL-26 Oct 22, 1942
				197 (31 PS, 37 PG) w/o in takeoff accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone 
					Feb 10, 1941.  condemned at Chanute AAF Oct 22, 1942
				198 (1 PG, HQ Sqn) w/o near Laconia, IN Apr 30, 1936.  Dropped from records Jul 1936
				199 (77 PS, 20 PG) w/o in landing accident at Hatbox Field, Muskoggee, OK
					Jul 2, 1938.  Dropped from records at Barksdale Sep 1938
				200 (17 PS, 1 PG) forcelanded at Youngstown-Bernard's Airport, OH Feb 7, 1937.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Apr 1937
				201 (17 PS, 1 PG) crashed 1/8 mi E of Lincoln MAP, NE Jul 7, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Sep 1936
				202 (17 PS, 1 PG) forcelanded at Melford, OH Jun 28, 1936.
					Dropped from records at Selfridge Field, MI Sep 1936
				203 (17 PS, 1 PG) forcelanded 2 mi NE of state prison, Jackson, MI Apr 1, 1936.
					Was with 47th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 Aug 24, 1943
33-204/207		Consolidated P-30 
				Redesignated PB-2 before delivery
				204 surveyed Jan 7, 1939.  To CL-26 at Maxwell AAF Oct 27, 1940
				205 surveyed Nov 29, 1939
				206 nosed over on landing at Sherman
					Field, KS Sept 12, 1936.  Surveyed
					Jun 15, 1937.
				207 crashed Utica, NY after engine
					failure Sept 27, 1934.  Damaged
					beyond repair
33-208/211		Consolidated A-11
				208 surveyed at Chanute Field Mar 1940
				209 to CL-26 at Maxwell Field Mar 28, 1942
				210 nosed over on landing at Tampa, FL
					Aug 8, 1940.  To CL-26 at Maxwell Field Mar 28, 1942
				211 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field Nov 27, 1941.
33-212/257		Curtiss A-12 Shrike
				Originally ordered as A-8B with liquid-cooled engines.  After testing with Y1A-8A, air-cooled engines were
					preferred.  The rear cockpit was moved forward and aircraft were delivered as A-12.
				212 surveyed at Wright Field Oct 8, 1936
				213 dropped from records at Wright Field Oct 1936
				214 lost wing and crashed near Baltimore, MD Oct 12, 1934
				215 to CL-26 at Sheppard AAF Jan 9, 1942
				216 dropped from records Apr 1940
				217 dropped from records May 1942
				218 destroyed in depot shops, Oahu Islans, HI Dec 7, 1941
				219 surveyed at Craig AAF Feb 16, 1942
				220 dropped from records Nov 1939
				221 dropped from records at Barksdale Field, LA Jun 1936
				222 crashed into Red River, LA Nov 10, 1935
				223 to CL-26 instructional airframe at Maxwell 16 March 1942
				224 dropped from records Feb 1940
				225 to CL-26 Apr 5, 1941
				226 to CL-26 at Chanute AAF Jun 9, 1942
				227 to instructional airframe at Chanute Sep 15, 1942
				228 dropped from records Nov 1938
				229 was with 46th PS, 15th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 at Chanute AAF Apr 17, 1942
				230 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS May 5, 1942
				231 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Apr 15, 1942
				232 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Jan 9, 1942
				233 to CL-26 at University of Alabama Aug 2, 1940
				234 dropped from records at Kelly Field, TX Jun 1938
				235 to CL-26 Jan 24, 1940
				236 dropped from records at Barksdale Field Dec 1935
				237 surveyed Edgewood Arsenal Jan 7, 1942
				238 to CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Jan 5, 1942
				239 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Feb 6, 1942
				240 wrecked at Athol, MA 20 January 1934
				241 to CL-26 at Rising Sun School, Philadelphia, PA Dec 23, 1942.  Scrapped Jul 23, 1945
				242 to CL-26 at Keesler AAF, MS Dec 22, 1941
				243 force-landed in swamp Bentonville, MS 28 February 1934; surveyed November 1934
				244 crashed in bad weather at Oakley, UT 16 February 1934.  Two crew (Lt Jean Donant
					Grenier and crewmate White) were killed.  They were flying an advance route to 
					determine time and distance for carrying the mail between Salt Lake City and Cheyenne, WY.
					Grenier Field was named in Lt. Grenier's honor.
				245 wrecked at Kalish Valley, Oahu, HI Jun 17, 1941.  One killed
				246 crashed carrying mail at Clinton, IA 30 March 1934
				247 wrecked at Nesadona, TX May 30, 1938.  One killed
				248 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Dec 22, 1941
				249 wrecked at Kelly Field, TX Sep 24, 1937
				250 flipped over Fort Crockett, TX 5 November 1934; Colonel Horace Hickam killed
				251 dropped from records Jul 1939
				252 to instructional airframe at Maxwell 16 March 1942
				253 to CL-26 at Wheeler AAF, HI May 5, 1942
				254 dropped from records Apr 1940
				255 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS May 5, 1942
				256 was with 17th ABS, 18th ABG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  To CL-26 at Sheppard Field, TX Apr 24, 1942
				257 dropped from records at Patterson Field, OH Dec 1939
33-258/267		Martin B-12A
				c/n 546/555
				258 was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 27, 1943
				259 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS crashlanded at Barksdale
					Field, LA Mar 9, 1941.  Dropped from records at Chanute AAF, IL Jun 1941
				260 converted to B-12AM.  15 PF/HQ Sqn crashlanded at Barksdale
					Field, LA Sep 18, 1941.  To CL-26 at Maxwell AAF, AL Feb 12, 1942
				261 converted to B-12AM.  Crashlanded at Wheeler Field, HI Jul 5, 1941.
					Still being repaired when destroyed in depot shop, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
				262 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS damaged in taxiing accident
					at Barksdale Field, LA Jan 8, 1941.  Wrecked at Eglin AAF, FL Jan 7, 1942
				263 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS wrecked at Barksdale AAF, LA May 15, 1941
				264 converted to B-12AM.  87 SS/ACAFS stalled and crashed 10 mi N of Waskom, TX Sep 23, 1941
				265 converted to B-12AM.  2 SS damaged in taxiing accident at
					Barksdale Field, LA Jun 17, 1941.  Surveyed at Eglin AAF, FL Apr 9, 1942
				266 was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 27, 1943
				267 was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 27, 1943
33-268/290		Douglas O-43A
				c/n 1189/1212
				268 wrecked near Smithville, OK May 19, 1935
				269 to CL-26 at Keesler Field, MS Jun 5, 1942
				270 to CL-26 at Oklahoma AB, OK Mar 25, 1944
				271 surveyed at Scott Field, IL Jan 24, 1941
				272 wrecked 2 mi S of Duncan Field, TX Aug 26, 1941
				273 surveyed at Godman Field, KY Apr 25, 1938
				274 surveyed Aug 11, 1941
				275 to CL-26 at Rome Air Depot, NY Feb 20, 1942
				276 surveyed Mar 31, 1941
				277 surveyed at Brooks Field, TX May 4, 1937.
33-291			Douglas XO-46
				originally ordered under O-43A contract.
33-292/293		Douglas C-29
				c/n 1183/1184
				When used by Treasury Dept, designated FP-2B.
33-294/297		Douglas C-26B
				c/n 1185/1188.  Douglas Dolphin
				Later redesignated OA-4B.  295 brought up to OA-4C standard in 1936.
33-298/319		Douglas O-38S
				c/n 1213/1234.  For use by National Guard.  Reallocated serials 34-1/22
33-320/321		Curtiss YC-30
				c/n 26/27.  T-32 Condor delivered to US Army May 1933.
				320 (c/n 26) wfu Jan 7, 1938, decommissioned Jun 3, 1938
				321 (c/n 27) collided with another aircraft at Maxwell Field Jul 2, 1983
					(or thereabouts).  Surveyed Sep 20, 1938.
33-322/329		Douglas O-38F
				c/n 1175/1182
				33-324 on display at WPAFB museum.

				- 1934 - 

34-1/22			Douglas O-38E
				c/n 1213/1234.  For National Guard.  Initially allocated serials 33-298/319.
				34-1	c/n 1213	Lend-Lease to Haiti. Condemned Apr43.
				34-6	c/n 1218	Lend-Lease to Haiti. Condemned Apr43.
				34-13	c/n 1225	Lend-Lease to Haiti. Condemned Apr43.
34-23			Boeing YP-29
				c/n 1941
34-24			Boeing XP-940
				c/n 1942. Later redesignated YP-29A
34-25			Boeing YP-29B
				c/n 1943
34-26			Fairchild XC-31
				At Wright Field as XC-941
34-27			Northrop YA-13
				c/n 5.  Northrop Gamma 2C.  Registered NX12291.  Delivered to Wright Field for evaluation Jul 18, 1933.  
				Returned to Northrop Feb 1934.  Later modified and redesignated YA-13.  Sold to USAAC Jun 28, 1934.	
				Returned to Northrop Jan 1935 and modified as XA-16 after new vert. stab, engine and 3-blade prop fitted. 
				Given to “mechanics school” at Roosevelt Field, NY. No date given.
34-28/115		Martin B-10B
				c/n 559/646
				30 (c/n 561, B-10M) in accident Aug 19, 1942 at Wilkes-Barre Apt, PA
				34 (c/n 565, B-10M) 24th BS crashed 10 mi S of Lake Salvador, LA Mar 8, 1941 when crew
					bailed out after running out of gas in bad weather
				37 (c/n 568, B-10M) 88 SS/ACAFS w/o Mar 13, 1941 in landing accident at Barksdale
					Field, LA
				38 (c/n 569, RB-10B) 10 ABG/HQ Sqn w/o Sep 11, 1941 after ground loop in landing
					accident at Chanute Field, IL
				39 (c/n 570) in accident at Las Vegas Air Gunnery School, NV
					Dec 12, 1942.
				41 (c/n 572) in accident May 2, 1942 at Losey Field, Puerto Rico
				43 (c/n 574) in accident Jul 13, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				45 crashed in Chowan River, North Carolina Nov 24, 1936
				49 (c/n 580, 4th CG, 28th BS) in accident Sep 8, 1941 after ground
					loop in landing accident at Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija,
					Philippines
				51 (c/n 582, 17TH bs, 4th CG) in accident Aug 26, 1941 after a 
					ground loop on takeoff at Clark Field, Philippines
				52 (c/n 583, B-10M) with 10th OS, Godman AAF, KY damaged in landing
					accident Jan 2, 1942.  Damaged again Feb 15, 1942 in
					accident at Godman AAF, KY.
				54 (c/n 585, RB-10BM) in landing accident Dec 19, 1941 at
					McCarran Field, ACGS Las Vegas, NV
				55 (c/n 586) w/o in accident at Las Vegas AAF, NV May 20, 1942.
				58 (c/n 589, B-10BM) with 8th ABS, 7th ABG w/o in landing
					accident Jun 7, 1941 at Scott Field, IL
				59 (c/n 590, B-10BH) w/o Oct 4, 1942 in accident 2 mi N of Las Vegas, NV
				61 (c/n 592, B-10BH) in accident May 14, 1942 at Elmendorf AAF, AK
				63 (c/n 594, B-10M) 88th SS, ACAFS w/o Apr 4, 1941 in landing
					accident at Barksdale Field, LA
				64 (c/n 595, B-10BH) in accident Oct 6, 1942 at Las Vegas AAF, NV
				66 (c/n 597) 27th MS, 20th ABG at Nichols Field, Philippines in
					accident when ground looped at Baguio Apr 17, 1941
				72 (c/n 603) *Bird O'Prey XIII* ditched on mudflats in San Pablo Bay, CA early 1937.
				73 (c/n 604, B-10BM) in accident May 31, 1942 at Pope AAF, NC.
					W/o in accident Oct 17, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, NC.
				74 (c/n 605) of 28th BS, 4th CG w/o May 23, 1941 in landing accident
					at Rosales, Pangasinan, Philippines.
				75 (c/n 606, B-10BM) of 50th FGTS.  W/o May 17, 1943 when crew
					bailed out due to mechanical malfunction, Las Vegas AAF, 
					NV
				77 (c/n 608, RB-10BM) 74th ABS of Luke Field, AZ.  Q/o Sep 5, 1941
					due to engine failure and forced landing 3.5 mi SW of
					Gila Bend, AZ
				78 (c/n 609, RB-10BM) damaged when ground looped Feb 15, 1941 at
					Kelly Aux. Field, No 2, TX.  W/o Aug 29, 1941 when ground
					looped on takeoff at Luke Field, AZ
				79 (c/n 610) crashed into San Pablo Bay on landing approach to Hamilton Jan 4, 1937.
					Pilot and passenger killed.
				80 (c/n 611, B-10M) in accident Sep 9, 1942 at Las Vegas AAF, NV
				82 (c/n 613, B-10M) of 97th OS in accident when ground looped
					Feb 11, 1941 at Lawson Field, GA
				83 (c/n 614) w/o Mar 1, 1942 in accident at Granier Field, NH
				85 (c/n 616) damaged Jul 7, 1941 when ground looped at Barksdale
					Field, LA.  W/o 88 SS/ACAFS Mar 23, 1942 in accident at Indian Springs
					Range, NV
				86 (c/n 617, B-10BM) of 351st SS.  In accident when it ground
					looped Sep 30, 1941 Las Vegas, NV
				88 (c/n 619, RB-10B) TT Detachment w/o when it had a stall-spin accident
					Oct 14, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines.
				91 (c/n 622, B-10M) of 3rd OS w/o when crashed after stalled and
					spun in at Back River, Langley Field, VA Mar 6, 1941.
				94 (c/n 625, B-10BM) 33rd SS Damaged Jun 4, 1942 when it had a
					mechanica failure landing accident at Chanute Field, IL
				98 (c/n 629, RB-10B) with 79th BS, 45th BG damaged Sep 4, 1941
					in landing ground loop accident at Manchester AAB, NH
				99 (c/n 630, B-10M) with 33rd SS.  W/o Mar 18, 1941 in takeoff
					accident at Lowry Field, CO
				101 (c/n 632) with 88th SS, ACAFS.  W/o Jul 9, 1941 in landing
					accident at Barksdale Field, LA
				103 (c/n 634, RB-10B) assigned to 7th Tow Target Squadron at March
					Field, CA.  W/o Jun 17, 1943 in landing accident at 
					Bicycle Lake, CA
				105 (c/n 636, B-10BM) in accident Jul 15, 1942 at March Field, CA
				108 (c/n 639, B-10BM) in accident Jan 26, 1942 20 mi NW of Las Vegas,
					NV.  W/o Mar 23, 1942 in accident at Indian Springs, NV
				111 (c/n 642, B-10BM) crashed 5 mi N of Fall City, WA Feb 11, 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
				114 (c/n 645, RB-10BM) assigned to 7th Tow Target Squadron at March
					Field, CA damaged Feb 26, 1943 when it had a forced landing at March Field
					due to engine failure.  W/o May 7, 1943 when it had a landing
					accident due to mechanical failure at Bicycle Lake, CAl



				- 1935 - 

35-1/50			Consolidated P-30A 
				Redesignated PB-2A before delivery
				1 (TPB-2A) crashed May 25, 1936 near Bellbrook,
					OH.  Pilot Maj. Hezekiah McClellan killed.
				2 surveyed Sept 8, 1941
				3 surveyed Oct 28, 1940
				4 surveyed Feb 23, 1939
				5 surveyed Sept 1940
				6 wrecked Jul 1, 1939, Maxwell Field
				7 converted to single-seat configuration.
					Wrecked Jun 15, 1940 when flew into turbulent
					weather and entered spin.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				8 crashed Camp Kearney, CA Apr 21, 1936 when went
					into non-recoverable spin. Pilot bailed out
					OK, passenger Lt. Lawrence R. Olmsted killed.
				9 surveyed Oct 1937.
				10 surveyed May 1939
				11 surveyed Sept 1940
				12 wrecked while instrument flying
					Dec 22, 1938.  Pilot killed.
				13 surveyed 1940
				14 wrecked May 19, 1937 due to engine failure.
				15 surveyed Jul 21, 1941
				16 ???
				17 surveyed Oct 8, 1941
				18 surveyed Sept 26, 1940
				19 surveyed Sept 26, 1940
				20 caught fire in midair and crashed near Otsego, MI 
					Aug 18, 1936.  Both crew killed.
				21 caught fire in flight and wrecked Jun 27, 1941.
					Pilot bailed out OK.
				22 surveyed 
				23 wrecked June 8, 1940 due to engine failure.
				24 surveyed
				25 caught fire in flight and destroyed Jun 25, 1937
					near Langley Field
				26 surveyed Jun 2, 1942
				27 surveyed
				28 surveyed 1941
				29 dropped from inventory Aug 17, 1940
				30 surveyed Dec 13, 1941
				31 dropped from inventory Sept 26 1940
				32 surveyed Sept 13, 1941.
				33 surveyed Sept 26, 1941.
				34 surveyed Nov 18, 1941
				35 surveyed Sept 22, 1940
				36 surveyed Sept 22, 1940
				37 (8th PG/33 PS) destroyed at Muroc Lake, CA May 21, 1937
				38 surveyed Sept 22, 1940
				39 wrecked and destroyed at Chesapeake Beach Mar 24, 1939
				40 dropped from inventory Sept 27, 1940
				41 dropped from inventory Sept 27, 1940
				42 surveyed Dec 3, 1941
				43 in wheels-up landing Jun 16, 1940.  Dropped from
					inventory Sept 14, 1940.
				44 surveyed Nov 16, 1941.
				45 wrecked on Sept 3, 1938 and destroyed.
				46 surveyed Oct 23, 1940
				47 dropped from inventory Sept 26, 1940
				48 surveyed Jan 26, 1940
				49 wrecked at Maxwell field Sept 22, 1930.
				50 destroyed at Langley Field Dec 11, 1937.
35-51/160		Northrop A-17
				c/n 44, 75/183
				51 (c/n 44) Northrop Gamma 2F delivered to USAAC for evaluation Oct 6, 1934. Returned to Northrop for modifications.
					Delivered to USAAC as A-17 Jul 27, 1935.  Damaged in forced landing Columbus, OH Nov 2, 1939.
				52 crashed near Wright field May 17, 1936 when entered
					a spin.  Pilot killed.
				53 crashed near Paris, IL May 6, 1937.
				56 SOC after accident Nov 10, 1941.
				59 SOC after accident Nov 11, 1943.
				61 SOC after accident Apr 29, 1941.
				64 SOC after accident Feb 3, 1939.
				65 badly damaged in ground collision with 35-067 at
					Barksdale Field, LA Oct 16, 1936.  SOC Aug 20,
					1941.
				66 damaged in accident Jun 27, 1941.  SOC Jul 24, 1941.
				67 damaged in ground collision with 35-065 Oct 16, 
					1936.  repaired, SOC Feb 14, 1943.
				71 in accident Mar 5, 1940.
				72 in accident Feb 3, 1941.
				73 SOC after accident Dec 21, 1938.
				74 in accident Sept 11, 1936.
				75 crashed in bad weather near March Field, CA
					Sept 11, 1936.  Pilot killed.
				77 in accident Oct 31, 1940
				82 in accident Aug 6, 1940.
				84 in accident May 19, 1942.
				85 in accident Sept 24, 1941.
				86 in accident Jan 26, 1942.  W/o in landing accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jul 31, 1943
				87 in accident Apr 23, 1940.
				89 in accident Oct 17, 1941.
				90 in accident Nov 5, 1941.
				91 damaged on landing at Saugus, CA Aug 3, 1936.
					SOC Apr 1943.
				92 in landing accident at Oceanside, CA Sept 15, 1936.
					Repaired, accident Aug 25, 1943.
				97 crashed in bad weather at Chesha Mountain, AL
					Jan 1, 1937.  Pilot killed
				99 w/o in accident May 4, 1943.
				102 damaged in taxiing accident at Wright Field, OH
					Nov 3, 1942.
				103 in accident Aug 1, 1937.
				105 in accident Oct 11, 1937.
				106 crashed attempting wheels-down landing on beach at
					Coos Bay, OR Mar 9, 1941.  Pilot killed, passenger OK
				107 in accident Oct 22, 1940.
				108 SOC May 13, 1943.
				109 w/o in accident Oct 19, 1940.
				110 in accident Jun 12, 1941.
				111 w/o in accident Jan 15, 1942
				112 w/o in accident Feb 4, 1942.
				116 w/o in accident Jan 16, 1942.
				117 w.o in accident Jun 6, 1940.
				118 SOC Aug 12, 1943
				119 w/o Feb 6, 1938.
				122 loaned to NACA for laminar flow airfoil experiments, returned, SOC Aug 1, 1943.
				125 SOC Sep 23, 1943.
				127 damaged on landing at Athens, GA Mar 26, 1937.
				128 SOC Jun 10, 1942.
				129 SOC Feb 8, 1942.
				130 SOC Feb 2, 1942.
				131 crashed 2 mi W of Boquete, Canal Zone Jul 24, 1942.  SOC Nov 12, 1942.
				132 nosed up while taxiing at Biggs Fld, TX Feb 21,1937.
				133 crashed Jan 15, 1937 at Clyde Ranch, CA.
				135 crashed Mar 27, 1937 on S. slope of Mt. McKinley,
					CA.  Pilot killed.
				136 in accident Jan 2, 1942.
				137 SOC Sept 28, 1940.
				141 SOC Aug 8, 1943.
				142 SOC Aug 14, 1940.
				143 SOC Jan 6,1942
				145 SOC Jul 21, 1942.
				146 SOC Jan 1, 1942.
				147 in forced landing at Corona, CA Nov 12, 1936. 
					Destroyed Dec 13, 1941 near Richmond, IN.
				148 w/o after engine failure Mar 25, 1937 at Messick, VA
				149 w/o after accident Sept 20, 1941.
				151 w/o after accident Mar 10, 1942.
				155 SOC Apr 1, 1942.
				156 crashed Timmosville, SC Jun 26, 1937, killing both
					crew members.
				160 w/o after accident Oct 23, 1940.
35-161/231		Douglas O-46A
				c/n 1423/1493
				179 in USAF Museum, OH
				217 last Douglas observation monoplane in service, donated to a school Jan 1946
35-232/246		Martin B-10B
				c/n 647/661
				232 (c/n 647) (2 OS, 4th CG) in landing accident at Del Monte,
					Mindanao, Philippines Sep 18, 1941
				233 (c/n 648) in accident Jul 11, 1940 in PA
				235 (c/n 650) damaged at Las Vegas Army Gunnery School, Las Vegas AAF, NV
					Nov 18, 1942
				236 (c/n 651) 97 OS w/o after forced landing after engine failure at Palacios, TX
					Jun 23, 1941.
				237 (c/n 652) w/o May 29, 1942 NE of Las Vegas AAF, NV
				238 (c/n 653)TT Detachment crashed in belly landing due to mechanical failure Oct 17, 1941
					at Nichols Field, Philippines
				239 (c/n 654) in accident Sep 4, 1940 in Texas
				240 (c/n 655) damaged Feb 3, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				241 (c/n 656) damaged at Langley Field, VA Mar 25, 1942
				242 (c/n 657) in accident Sep 22, 1936 in New York
				243 (c/n 658) damaged at Yakima, WA Aug 2, 1942
				244 (c/n 659) crashed 11 mi NE of McClellan Field, CA Feb 3, 1942.
				245 (c/n 660) converted to B-10BM.  Damaged at Hunter Field, GA Jul 6, 1942
				246 (c/n 661) converted to B-10BM.  Damaged in landing accident at Mitchell Field, NY May 21, 1941
35-247/276		Seversky BT-8 
				247 (62 Sch Sqn) in midair collision and crashed 10 mi N of San Antonio, TX Nan 25, 1939
				248 (63 Sch Sqn) crashed 3 mi from Houston city center, TX Jun 6, 1940.
				250 (63 ABG) crashed 18 mi N of San Antonio, TX Dec 2, 1940.
				251 (61 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jul 22, 1937
				254 (62 Sch Sqn) in midair collision with 35-261 and crashed 2 mi S of Dilley, TX Aug 15, 1938.
				255 (61 Sch Sqn) crashed 23 mi W of Junction, TX Aug 15, 1937.
				256 (63 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Oct 31, 1939. 
				260 (1 Staff Sqn) damaged in landin gaccident at Bolling Field, DC Jul 21, 1937.
				261 (62 Sch Sqn) in midair collison with 35-254 and crashed 2 mi S of Dilley, TX Aug 15, 1938
				262 (62 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 14, 1938
				264 (62 Sch Sqn) crashed 2 mi W of Camp Bullis, TX Aug 30, 1939.
				269 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o at Navasota, TX Aug 9, 1937.
				270 (62 Sqn Sqn) forcelanded near Dudley, TX Jun 22, 1940.
				271 (62 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Mar 8, 1939.
				272 (62 Sch Sqn) crashed at Mineral Wells, TX Jan 18, 1939.
				274 (60 Sch Sqn) crashed 4 mi E of Mico, TXC Nov 27, 1940.
				276 (52 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Randolph Field, TX Dec 3, 1936.
35-277			Boeing XB-15
				c/n 1964.  Later converted to XC-105.  Dismantled in Canal Zone in late 1945 and dumped.
35-278			Kellett YG-1
				Commercial Model KD-1 ordered by USAAC for tests.
				Often seen (erroneously) in FY 1934 lists.
35-279			Pitcairn XG-2 
				Model PA.33 Autogiro

				- 1936 -

36-1			Douglas XC-32
				c/n 1414.  Military version of DC-2.  Damaged at Bolling Field 4/9/1942.  To CL-26.
					Airframe to National School of Aeronautics, Kansas City, MO
36-2/27			Stearman PT-13
				c/n 750001/750026
				2 to N53226
				3 to N4900V
				4 to N68492
				5 to N2852D
				7 to N57259
				8 to N75007
				10 to N62546
				11 to N62955
				15 to N68378
				18 to N56760
				22 to N62906
				24 to N56628
				25 to N67228
				26 to N56061
				27 to N56579
36-28/69		North American BT-9
				28 c/n NA19-1
				29 c/n NA19-3
				30/36 c/n NA19-5/11
				37/51 c/n NA19-20/34
				52/69 c/n NA19-50/67
				51 Based at Randolph Field, TX damaged in a ground loop landing accident at Randolph 
					Field, San Antonio, TX on Apr 16, 1937 while attached to 52nd SchSq. Damaged 
					again May 12, 1937. While attached to 47th SchSq, damaged in a mid air collision 
					with BT-9C 38-247 3 miles south Harper, TX. W/o Nov 14, 1942 while attached to 
					44th BFTSq when it had a forced landing due to engine failure 9 miles west of Randolph Field, TX
				68 crashed on takeoff at Randolph Field, TX Jan 10, 1943
36-70/87		Douglas C-33
				c/n 1503/1520 (DC-2-145).  Military cargo version of DC-2.
				70 (c/n 1503) delivered May 22, 1936.  Converted to C-38 as aerodynamic prototype for C-39.
					W/o Feb 13, 1943.  To CL-26 at Bush Field, GA Feb 1945
				71 (c/n 1504) delivered Sep 2, 1936.  To 5 Trp Sqdn Sep 17, 1940.  To CL-26 Feb 26, 1942.
					To Chicago Institute of Aeronautics May 19, 1942
				72 (c/n 1505) delivered Sep 12, 1936.  WFU Sep 4, 1942
				73 (c/n 1506) delivered Sep 29, 1936.  WFU Aug 10, 1942
				74 (c/n 1507) delivered Oct 1, 1936.  To 3. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  WFU May 26, 1943
				75 (c/n 1508) delivered Oct 6, 1936.  To 1. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.   WFU Dec 31, 1943
				76 (c/n 1509) delivered Oct 9, 1936.  To 2. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  To DSC for sale to
					TACA as YV-AZI
				77 (c/n 1510) delivered Oct 22, 1936. WFU Dec 13, 1943
				78 (c/n 1511) delivered Oct 23, 1936.  Crashed at Puntaverde, Panama before
					Jan 13, 1941
				79 (c/n 1512) crashed 30 mi W of Des Moines, IA Dec 23, 1941.
				80 (c/n 1513) delivered Nov  5, 1936.  To 3. Tpt Sqdn Jun 1940.  Crashed Hill Field,
					Ogden, UT Apr 27, 1942
				81 (c/n 1514) delivered Nov 12, 1936.  Crashed Clay Springs, AZ May 7, 1937
				82 (c/n 1515) delivered Nov 18, 1936.  Crashed Hill Field, Ogden, UT Mar 16, 1942
				83 (c/n 1516) delivered Nov 30, 1936.  WFU mar 31, 1942
				84 (c/n 1517) delivered Nov 27, 1936.  To 1. TRp Sqdn Jun 1940.  W/o Mar 22, 1942.  To CL-26 at Spokane
					Dec 31, 1943
				85 (c/n 1518) delivered Dec 4, 1936.  Crashed at Hill Field, Ogden, UT May 8, 1943
				86 (c/n 1519) delivered Jan 8, 1937.  To 3. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  To CL-26 Aug 27, 1943.
					To Aero Ind Tech Inst.
				87 (c/n 1520) delivered Jan 6, 1937.  To 6. Trp Sqdn Jun 1940.  WFU Aug 27, 1943
36-88/127		North American BT-9A
				88 c/n 19-4
				89/96 c/n 19-12/19
				97/111 c/n 19-35/49
				112/127 c/n 19-68/83
36-128/144		Douglas O-46A
				c/n 1528/1544
36-145			North American XO-47
				c/n GA15-1
36-146			Curtiss XA-14
				Curtiss Model 76, registered NX15314, c/n 11922, first flown Sep 1935.  Tested at Wright Field and then
					returned to Curtiss.  Delivered to Army Dec 1935 as XA-14.  Scrapped Aug 1938.
36-147/148		Douglas O-46A
			c/n 1558/1559.  For National Guard
36-149/161		Boeing Y1B-17
				c/n 1973/1985
				149 w/o Dec 11, 1942.
				150 w/o Dec 30, 1942.
				151 to 2nd BG, 96th BS Mar 11, 1937.  To 19th BG in 1940.  W/o Jan 15, 1943 after surviving a spin.
				152 to 2nd BG, 20th BS Mar 27, 1937, to 19th BG Oct 1940.  w/o Apr 13, 1943
				153 to 2nd BG May 10, 1937.  w/o Jun 22, 1943.
				154 to 2nd BG, 49th BS May 16, 1937.  w/o Jan 15, 1943.
				155 to 2nd BG Jun 1, 1937.  w/o Jan 29, 1943.
				156 to 2nd BG, 20th BS Jun 17, 1937, to 19th BGH Oct 1940.  w/o Apr 2, 1942.
				157 to 2nd BG Jun 6, 1937, to 19th BG Oct 1940.  Crashed east of San Jacnito, CA Dec 18, 1940 during violent
					thunderstor.  Despite bent wings and losing some rivets, it was basically intact during salvage operation.
				158 to 2nd BG, 49th BS Jun 30, 1937.  To 19th BG Oct 1940.  w/o Dec 18, 1942.
				159 to 2nd BG, 20th BS Sep 14, 1937, to 19th BG Oct 1940.  w/o Jan 15, 1943.
				160 to 2nd BG Jul 28, 1937, to 19th BG Oct 1940.  Crashlandded Oct 8, 1940 but repaired.  w/o Jan 5, 1943.
				161 to 2nd BG 49th BS Aug 8, 1937, to 19th BG Oct 1940.  w/o Dec 18, 1942.
36-162/261		Northrop A-17A
				c/n 189/288
				Following urgent pleas from the French after the German invasion, 93 of these aircraft were released by the US for resale to France. 
				Ferried to Halifax, Nova Scotia using ferry registrations NX-N... for embarkation on the French carrier Béarn.
				However, the carrier had already sailed and the French had signed an armistice.  61 aircraft were shipped to UK, 
				the remainder were assigned to the RCAF.   RAF serials AB541/AB633 were allocated but NTU.   RCAF serials 3490/3521. 
				RAF serials allocated on arrival UK were AS440/AS462, AS958/AS976 and AW420/AW438.   Declared obsolete, most of the 
				UK aircraft were shipped to South Africa, SAAF serials 1221/1251, 1253/1257 and 1263/1269.
				AW421 remained in UK, becoming GIA 2670M.   AS440, AS448/AS451, AS453, AS455, AS459/AS460, AS961/AS962, 
				AS967/AS968, AS971, AS975, AW423 & AW425 were all sunk and lost at sea en-route to South Africa.
				163 w/o in accident Mar 22, 1940.
				164/167 returned to Douglas Jun 21, 1940 for resale to France.
				168 w/o in accident Apr 21, 1938
				169 w/o in accident May 1, 1940
				170,171 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to Fran ce.
				172 w/o in accident Sept 2, 1938
				173 w/o in accident Aug 28, 1940
				174/183 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				184 to NACA for engine cowling experiments in 1939.  Returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France.
				185, 187/189 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France.
				190 w/o in accident Apr 22, 1940
				191 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				192 w/o in accident Oct 30, 1940
				193, 195, 196 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				197 w/o in accident Mar 30, 1938
				198, 199, 201, 202 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				203 w/o in accident Apr 21, 1938
				204 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				205 SOC May 31, 1944
				206 w/o in accident Mar 20, 1941
				207 (c/n 234) on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
				209 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				210 w/o in accident Jan 31, 1938
				211/213 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				214 SOC Aug 1944
				215 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				216 w/o in accident May 18, 1940
				217/221 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				222 SOC Oct 31, 1944
				223/228 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				229 w/o in accident Jan 3, 1940
				230 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				231 SOC Jul 25, 1942
				232,233 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				234 SOC Aug 8, 1944
				235/239 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				240 SOC Sep 25, 1943
				241 w/o in accident Jul 31, 1940.
				242/244 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				245 crashed into administration building of Lick Observatory on
					Mt Hamilton near San Jose, CA May 21, 1939.  Pilot and
					passenger killed.
				246/248 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				250/256 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				257 SOC Aug 15, 1943
				258 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				259 w/o in accident Oct 19, 1938
				260 returned to Douglas Jun 1940 for resale to France
				261 w/o in crash Feb 21, 1941 during night flight near Athens, OH.
36-262/343		Douglas B-18
				c/n 1650/1731
				263 (c/n 1651) to  USAAC 350th BU at Scott Field, Belleville, IL.  W/o in landing 
					accident Jun 9, 1944 at Chicago MAP, IL
				269 (c/n 1657) w/o near Coolidge Field, Antigua Ae 14, 1942
				270 (c/n 1658) (5th BG) destroyed Hickam Field, Dec 7, 1941
				275 (c/n 1663) converted to B-18M.  (23rd TTS) w/o in taxiing accident at Managua-Las Mercedes,
					Nicaragua May 14, 1944
				276 (c/n 1664) w/o in crash Dec 9, 1942 at Boerne, TX.
				277 (c/n 1665) to unknown US civil register, then to XB-NOC
				282 (c/n 1670) with 3rd BS, 6th BG damaged in landing accident at Rio Hato Gunnery Camp, Canal Zone Jan 5, 1941.
				283 (c/n 1671) with 75th BS at Albrook Field, CZ. W/o in fatal
					crash 6 mi NNE of El Valle, Panama Jun 9, 1941.
				286 (c/n 1674) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1945 as GIA at the Aviation Technical School.
				290 (c/n 1678) to RB-18M.  With 89 Svc Squn damaged at Barksdale Field, Louisiana Oct 8, 1941.
				291 (c/n 1679) (59th BS) forcelanded at Hato, Cuarcao, Dutch West
					Indies Feb 19, 1943
				299 (c/n 1687) w/o in crash at Safre, Canal Zone Jan 21, 1942
				300 (c/n 1688) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1942.  Later as FAB 5026.
				301 (c/n 1689) with 16th RS at Boise, ID.  W/o in fatal crash
					Jun 8, 1941, 15 mi E of Lyman, WY
				306 (c/n 1694) (31st ABG) crashed Dec 12, 1941 in Sierra Nevada Mountains, 
					south of Bishop, CA.  All aboard killed.  Aircraft not
					located until Jul 5, 1942. 
				307 (c/n 1695) while assigned to 38H, 6th BH at Albrook Field, CZ
					w/o in forced landing Mar 14, 1941 at Lake Gatum, CZ.
				308 (c/n 1696) w/o in crash at Beane Field, St Lucis, BWI Feb 24, 1942.
				309 (c/n 1697) (59th BS) ditched off British West Indies Feb 23, 1943.
				311 (c/n 1699) with 6th ABS, 5th ABG at Fort Douglass, UT w/o
					when crew bailed out due to bad weather 4 mi W of Park
					City, UT Nov 17, 1941
				317 (c/n 1705) damaged in forced landing at Newark, Ohio Jul 25, 1941
				318 (c/n 1706) assigned as air taxi with solid nose.  Scrapped Oct 1943.
				325 with 17th ABS, 18th ABG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				335 burned in hangar at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941
				338 (19th BG) shot down by fighters off Java Feb 2, 1942. 6 crew KIA.
				343 (19th BG) escaped Philippines to Australia.  Used as hack by 4th Air Depot Gp.
					Also operated as VH-CCB by 21st TCS Feb-Oct 1942.  Scrapped after Oct 1943.
36-344			Cancelled contract
36-345/346		Douglas YC-34
				c/n 1415,1416.  DC-2-173 for USAAC
				Personnel transport version of C-33.  Used by Secretary Of War at Bolling Field until 9/42.
				345 (c/n 1415) delivered Apr 25, 1936.  Damaged at Hendricks, FL Jan 3, 1943.
					To CL-26 Mar 20, 1943
				346 (c/n 1416) delivered Mar 1, 1936.  Damaged at Brookley Dec 29, 1942 and 
					scrapped Jan 4, 1945
36-347/348		Martin B-10B
				Assembled from spare parts and salvage at Middletown Air Depot, PA
					as replacement aircraft
				347 w/o in accident Jul 10, 1942, Indian Springs, NV
				348 W/o in accident Jul 10, 1942, Presque Isle Airport, ME
36-349/350		Northrop A-17AS
				c/n 289,290.  3-seat unarmed staff transport
				349 delivered Jul 17, 1936.  Crashed at Burbank, California Sep 21, 1938, killing General Oscar Westover, 
					Chief of USAAC, and his mechanic S/Sgt Samuel Hymes.
				350 delivered Jul 12, 1936.  Was General Arnold's personal transport.  W/o
					in accident Feb 3, 1940.
36-351			Bell XFM-1 Airacuda
36-352			Kellett YG-1A
				Model KD-1
36-353			Lockheed XC-35
				c/n 3501.  Reported preserved at Udvar-Hazy Center of National Air and Space Museum, Chantilly, Virginia
36-354/429		Seversky P-35
				357 to Class 26 at Chanute Field 1943
				404 on display at USAF Museum, Dayton, OH in markings of 94 
					Pursuit Squadron.
36-430			Seversky XP-41
				last aircraft on P-35 contract, delivered as XP-41.
36-431/446		Douglas B-18
				c/n 1732/1747
				446 (11th BG) crashed due to main bearing failure on port engine at
					Waimanu, Hawaii Feb 25, 1941.  Crew rescued 3 days later.
					Aircraft landed at edge of ravine and has since dropped into it.
					The wreck is still there.

				- 1937 - 

37-1/33			Douglas B-18
				c/n 1748,1749,1864/1894
				3 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
				4 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
				9 crashed on takeoff at Albrook Field, Canal Zone May 11, 1943.
				11 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941 
				12 destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
				16 (19th BG) escaped to Australia, operated as VH-CWB by 21st 
					TCS Jan-Sep 1942
				19 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.
				21 (7th BG) crashed at Uniontown, AL Dec 23, 1939, all on
					board killed.
				22 to N67931
				29 (c/n 1890) converted to B-18B, registered NC52056 in
					1945, later to N52056.  After use by Avery Aviation as
					tanker and then Hawkins and Powers, later put on display 
					at Castle Air Museum, CA
				32 (c/n 1893) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1942, later as FAB 5027.
37-34			Douglas DB-2
			c/n 1950.  Douglas B-18 built as DB-2. Delivered to Wright Field 8Nov37. Modified to B-18 
				standard and delivered to 18thRS, Mitchel Field, NY
37-35/50		Cancelled contract
37-51			Douglas DB-1
			c/n 1353.  Delivered to Wright Field Aug 1935.  Returned to Douglas for modification to B-18 
				production standard. Returned to USAAC 28Feb37.  Displayed at Bolling Field Exhibition 19Jan40
				In Aug 1939 the aircraft was modified to test the feasibility of firing a large cannon from aircraft. A forward-firing 75mm 
				was mounted in a fixed position in the bomb bay and the nose was cut down to accommodate the muzzle for initial tests 
				over Lake Erie and at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Phillips Field, MD. Vibration during firing proved excessive, and the 
				experiments were discontinued. However, data gathered were of value in developing the cannon-firing versions of the 
			North American B-25G/H.
37-52/64		Curtiss Y1A-18 Shrike
				c/n 12187/12199.   Delivered initially to 8th Attack Squadron, 3rd Attack Group.  Redesignated A-18 in
					1940 and operated by 3rd BG.  Last one withdrawn from service in 1943.
				61 (72nd OG, 108th OS) damaged in landing accident at 
					Albrook Field, Canal Zone Feb 22, 1943
37-65/67		Lockheed Y1C-36
				65 (c/n 1071) w/o Feb 1938
				66 (c/n 1073) to NC15556, then supposedly to Brazilian AF as 1796, but not formally handed over.  Sold as PP-VBD, then PP-NBC and
					w/o Jan 13, 1953. Brought to Brazil by Varig and initially operated by that airline. 
				67 (c/n 1074) supposedly to Brazilian AF as 1439, but not formally handed over.  Sold as PP-VAV then PP-NBD 
					and w/o Aug 12, 1951. Brought to Brazil by Varig and initially operated by that airline. 
37-68/70		Curtiss Y1P-36
				c/n 12240/12242.  Redesignated P-36 on completion of service testing.
37-71/114		Stearman PT-13A
				c/n 750027/750070
37-115/231		North American BT-9B
				c/n NA23-85/201
				116 (734 BFTS) damaged in forced landing 20 mi S of Randolph Field, TX Feb 18, 1943
				118 (734 BFTS) crashed 8 mi NW of Randolph Field, TX Feb 20, 1943
				132 damaged in landing accident at Davenport Field, TX Feb 3, 1943
				155 damaged in forced landing near Randolph Field, TX Feb 6, 1943
				159 damaged in forced landing at auxiliary airstrip 18 mi WNW of Kelly Field, TX Jan 14, 1943
				188 damaged in forced landing at auxiliary airstrip 18 mi WNW of Kelly Field, TX Jan 25, 1943.
				204 (734 BFTS) in midair collision and forced at Randolph Field, TX Feb 26, 1943.
37-232/259		Stearman PT-13A
				c/n 750071/750098
37-260/368		North American O-47A
				c/n NA25-203/311
				279 (c/ 25-222) at National Air and Space Museum, Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia
				290 (23rd TTS) damaged in ground accident at Galeta Point,
					Panama Nov 25, 1944.
				305 crashed at Fort Lewis, WA Aug 11, 1942. 2 killed, one injured.
				315 (15th SRG) crashed on takeoff at Isla del Rey, Panama Jan 19, 1945.
37-369			Boeing Y1B-17A
				c/n 1987
				Originally intended as as static test article, but made flyable to test turbosupercharged engines.
				Ultimately redesignated a B-17A
37-370/374		Sikorsky Y1OA-8
				370 (c/n 4332) with 17th ABS, 18th ABG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  Condemned Jan 4, 1943
				371 (c/n 4333) wrecked at Lake Elsinore, CA Apr 15, 1939
				372 (c/n 4334) crashed Chame Bay, Panama Jul 26, 1941.
				373 (c/n 4335) surveyed Jul 27, 1942
				374 (c/n 4336) crashed on takeoff due to mechanical failure at Borinquen
					Field in Puerto Rico Mar 26, 1942.  Surveyed Mar 28, 1941
37-375			Curtiss XP-37
				Curtiss Model 75 prototype, c/n 11923, registered NX17Y.  Modified to Model 75I.  To Army as XP-37,
					first flown Apr 1937 and delivered Jun 1937.  Retired to Army mechanics school Aug 1941.
37-376			Lockheed Y1C-37
				c/n 1104.  Sold in Honduras as XH-TAA
37-377/382		Kellett YG-1B
				Model KD-1
				378 became YG-1C and later became XR-2.  Not flown as XR-2, destroyed in ground testing
				380 became XR-3.  Registered N38380 Aug 26, 1976, cancelled Nov 9, 2012.
				381 (c/n 108) registered N37380 Aug 26, 1976, cancelled Nov 9, 2012.  Currently at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
37-383/415		North American BT-9C
				383 (c/n NA29-385) modified as Y1BT-10, later to BT-10A. .
				384/415 c/n NA29-353/384
37-416/456		North American BC-1
				c/n NA36-420/460
37-457			Lockheed XP-38 Lightning
				c/n 022-2201.  Crashed on approach to Mitchel Field, Long Island, NY Feb 11, 1939
					after cross-country flight from March Field, CA when engines failed to
					respond as pilot Ben Kelsey attempted to apply power short of the airfield.
					Plane came down on Cold Stream Golf Course after clipping trees.  Pilot
					survived without injury but plane was written off from damage after
					sliding through a sand drap.
37-458/634		Douglas B-18A
				c/n 2458/2634
				458 (c/n 2458) became N67946, then TG-CIL-54 Dec 1957.
				463 converted to B-18B.  w/o at Beane Field, St Lucia, British
					West Indies Oct 22, 1942.
				469 (c/n 2469) to N56847, converted to sprayer, by May 1969 stored
					derelict at Tucson, AZ, then put on display at USAFM, Wright Patterson AFB, OH
				472 converted to B-16C.  With 7th ASS, w/o in landing accident
					at Edinburgh, Trinidad, British West Indies Jun 5, 1943.
				474 converted to B-18B.  With 417th BS, crashlanded at 
					Camaguey, Cuba Jun 6, 1943.
				481 crashed near Waller Field, Trinidad, British West
					Indies Jul 13, 1942.
				482 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 12th BS w/o in landing 
					accicent at Dakota Field, Aruba, Dutch West Indies
					Jul 1, 1943
				483 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 35th BS based at
					Paramaribo-Zanderij, Surinam, went missing Dec 14, 1942.
				486 converted to B-18B.  With 35th BS, 25th BG destroyed by
					fire on ground at Paramaribo-Zanderij, Surinam Aug 3, 1943.
				495 converted to B-18B.  With 347th SRG ditched off Roche a Bateau,
					Haiti Mar 31, 1944.
				498 flew into Twin Sisters Peak near Fairfield, CA in fog 
					Oct 24, 1941.  All 5 killed.
				505 (c/n 2505, B-18B) to N67947, XB-JAJ.  Noted Oct 1969
					stored engineless at Ensenada, Baja California.  Acquired
					by Tucson Air Museum Foundation of Tucson, AZ and stored
					at Watsonville, CA.  Registration N18AC apparently reserved
					but NTU.  At Pima county Air Museum by Oct 1973.
					Acquired by USAFM in 1981 and moved to MASDC, then in 1983
					put on display at McChord Air Museum, WA.
				507 converted to B-18B.  W/o at Kokli Reef, British Guiana
					Oct 18, 1942.
				508 converted to B-18C.  With 24th SRG, 33rd SRS, w/o in
					takeoff accident at Waller Field, Trinidad, British
					West Indies Aug 15, 1944.
				512 converted to B-18B.  With 417th BS, w/o at Hato, Curacao,
					Dutch West Indies Nov 24, 1942.
				515 crashed and exploded in bad weather N of Flagstaff, AZ 
					Oct 2, 1941.  All 6 killed.
				518 crashed on summit of Mt Constance in Olympic Mountains 
					of Washington State Sep 10, 1941.  All 6 killed.
				519 converted to B-18C,  With 25th BG, 12th BS lost at sea in
					Caribbean area Jul 25, 1943
				521 (43rd BG, 63rd BS) crashed 10 mi S of Springfield, ME Nov 15, 1941.
					All 4 crew killed.
				522 crashed Apr 29, 1942 near Kodiak, Alaska attempting to clime through the
					mountains while overloaded.  7 killed, one survived.
				523 crashed near Morton,WA Jan 16, 1941.  All 7 onboard killed.
				526 converted to B-18B.  With 17th ASS, ditched off La Habana,
					Cuba Jun 30, 1943.
				530 had MAD tail boom
				534 (c/n 2534) became N1692M, then HK-537
				539 converted to B-18B.  Lost at sea in Caribbean area
					Sep 4, 1942.
				551 converted to B-18B.  With 59th BS, w/o in Caribbean area
					Feb 23, 1943.
				552 (c/n 2552) became N66014 then HK-519.
				554 to N66809
				561 to N66272
				562 lost at sea in Caribbean Jan 29, 1944.
				567 (c/n 2567) to XA-KEX, then XB-POI.  Believed to have had a
					US civil registration before going to Mexico.
				573 converted to B-18B.  Ditched off Aruba Oct 13, 1942.
				574 (c/n 2574) converted to RB-18B.  Registered NC66281, then
					XH-016 Sep 1949.
				575 converted to B-18B.  crashlanded at Vernam Field, Jamaica
					Feb 28, 1944
				578 converted to B-18B.  Crashed near Rio Hato, Canal Zone
					Nov 19, 1942
				580 crashed into Gulf of Paria, Trinidad Jun 9, 1942.  All 
					7 onboard killed.
				585 converted to B-18B.  With 17th ASS, lost at sea in 
					Baribbean area Jul 1, 1943
				594 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 12th BS ditched off
					Hato, Curacao, Dutch West Indies Jul 9, 1943.
				595 converted to B-18B.  With 25th BG, 417th BS forcelanded
					NW of Camaguey, Cuba Mar 14, 1943
				596 (c/n 2596) Lend-Lease to Brazil in 1942 as GIA at the Aviation Technical School.  Later as FAB 5073
				599 converted to B-18C.  With 25th BG, 35th BS, forcelanded
					in Duriname River mouth, Surinam Jul 3, 1943.
				602 converted to B-18B.  W/o in taxiing accident at Edinburgh,
					Trinidad, British West Indies Apr 5, 1943
				619 (1st Recon Squadron, Westover Field, MA) crashed into Mt Watermomee, NH Jan 4, 1942 after
					getting lost while returning from U-Boat patrol over the Atlantic.  2 killed, 5 survived.
				630 MIA 2/16/1944, Alaska.
37-635			Kellett YG-1B
				Model KD-1
37-636/679		North American BC-1
				c/n NA36-461/504
				652 (c/n NA36-477, 73 Ferrying Sqdn, 21 Ferrying Gp, USAAF) crashed Dec 3, 1943, 3 mi. SE of Palm Springs AAF.
					In mid-air collision with Bell P-39Q 42-19531 on approach to Palm Springs. USAAF instructor and Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron pilot killed.
					The pilot of the P-39 died too.
				655 (c/n NA36-480) crashed Feb 18, 1943 after pilot bailed out
					as a result of midair collision with BC-1 38-368 15 mi
					SE of Brooks Field, TX
				658 crashed during attempted emergency landing near Chanute AF, IL Sep 14, 1938.  Pilot killed.