1940 USAAC Serial Numbers


Last revised July 7, 2014



40-001/013		St. Louis YPT-15
				001 surveyed at Wickenburg, AZ Nov 4, 1943
				002 to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Sep 17, 1944
				003 to reclamation at Fort Sumner Feb 27, 1946
				004 condemned Nov 9, 1942
				005 to RFC at Victorville, CA Apr 14, 1945
				006 (c/n 106) to Dept of Interior Apr 14, 1942.  As N67329 at Phoenix, Arizona in 1973
				007 condemned Jan 7, 1942
				008 surveyed at Wickenberg, AZ Sep 8, 1943
				009 surveyed at Wickenberg, AZ Sep 8, 1943
				010 wrecked at Shafter, CA Mar 8, 1941
				011 to CL-26 at 29 Palms, CA Apr 30, 1943
				012 to CL-26 at Ft Sumner May 26, 1943
				013 to CL-26 Jul 10, 1942.
40-014/026		Waco YPT-14
				c/n 5300/5312.
				014 to CAA as NC218 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, N58290 postwar
				015 force landed Jun 27, 1941 Tuskegee APT.
				016 to CAA as NC219 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, N66757 postwar
				017 to CAA as NC220 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941.
				018 to CAA as NC221 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941.
				019 to CAA as NC222 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, N62569 postwar
				020 to CAA as NC223 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, then NC223M
				021 to CAA as NC224 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, then NC224H.
				022 to CAA as NC225 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941.
				023 to CAA as NC226 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, then NC226E. Now
					registered as N226E
				024 to CAA as NC227 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, NR49708 postwar
				025 (c/n 5311) to CAA as NC228 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, NC58767 postwar.  
					A recent article in 'Air-Britain News' gives different information--according to this, the aircraft 
					became NC29102, then N29102, then CF-LEF and as the latter was noted recently in Reynolds Alberta
				026 to CAA as NC229 for use in civilian pilot training in 1941, NC2291 postwar.
					Currently registered as N2291.		
40-027/039		Bell YP-39 Airacobra 
				027 landing gear would not extend near Buffalo, NY, pilot bailed out Oct 18, 1940
				028 to Chanute Field, IL as instructional airframe Jun 9, 1942.
				029 SOC at Selfridge Field, MI Jan 21, 1942.
				030 suffered engine failure near Franklin, TN May 10, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
				031 lost right wing during aerobatics near Dayton, OH Dec 22, 1940.  Pilot killed.
				032 scrapped at Chanute Field, IL Nov 25, 1942.
				033 scrapped at Buckley Field, CO May 7, 1945.
				034 scrapped at Reading, PA 1945
				035 RFC Lincoln, NB Nov 28, 1945
				036 spun in at Bridgeport, CT Mar 26, 1942.  Pilot killed
				037 RFC Lakeland FL Aug 1945.
				038 engine stalled in flight and crashed Norwalk, CT Jan 25, 1942
				039 scrapped at Buckley Field, CO Nov 13, 1945. 
40-040/044		Ryan YPT-16
				c/n 307/311.  Converted to PT-16A, Model STK
				040 to reclamation Sep 14, 1945
				041 to CL-26
				042 in midair collision with PT-13 36-13 Mar 10, 1941
				043 condemned Jul 8, 1942
				044 to CL-26
40-045/054		Ryan PT-16
				c/n 313/321.  Converted to PT-16A, Model STK
				045 surveyed at McClellan Field Apr 1, 1943.  To civil registry as N96547.
				046 scrapped at Chico, CA May 21, 1943
				047 to CL-26
				048 to CL-26. To civil registry as N9655W
				049 missing in USA Nov 30, 1943
				050 missing in USA Nov 30, 1943
				051 surveyed Sep 10, 1940
				052 condemned Jan 31,1943
				053 hit high tension wires Mission Valley, CA.  Date?
				054 to CL-26 at Stockton, CA Dec 28, 1945
40-055/069		Contract cancelled
40-070			Douglas C-41A 
				c/n 2145.  DC-3A-253A VIP transport.  RFC Birmingham, AL Dec 28, 1945.  To N132BP and noted on display in January
					1990 at Chino, California. Current as N341A with Legend Airways of Colorado.
40-071/179		Douglas A-20A Havoc
				071 to CL-26 at Scott Field, IL
				072 in taxi accident at Morris Field, NC Dec 13, 1942
				074 (RA-20A) scrapped Morrison Field, FL Dec 28, 1945. 
				075 (RA-20A) RFC Ontario, CA Dec 5, 1945.
				076 (RA-20A) used as instructional airframe Aberdeen Proving
					Grounds, MD Jun 1942
				077 to RAAF as A28-36 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
				078 (RA-20A) used as instructional airframe, Spokane, WA May 18, 1944.
				079 condemned Oct 31, 1944.
				080 condemned Dec 9, 1942
				081 (RA-20A) DPC Bush Field, GA Feb 9, 1945.
				082 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				083 (RA-20A) crashed near Madera, CA Jul 8, 1942 due to fuel problem.
				084 (RA-20A) SOC March Field, CA Feb 8, 1942.
				085 to RAAF as A28-32 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
				086 (RA-20A) flew into telephone support cable and crashed into cliff,
					 Fritch, TX Apr 19, 1943.  1 killed
				087 (RA-20A) DPC, Bush Field, GA Dec 9, 1945
				088 converted to components Jan 24, 1942, Keesler Field, NY.
				089 (3rd BG, 89th BS) MIA during return from mission against Salamaua Mar 12, 1943.
					Last seen entering a cloud in the Mt. Murray area, Owen Stanley Range, New Guinea.
				090 SOC May 6, 1942
				091 to instructional airframe Apr 20, 1942.
				092 to CL-26
				093 surplused Feb 21, 1945
				094 in accident Jun 18, 1943
				095 condemned Feb 24, 1943
				096 wrecked at Brookley Field Aug 25, 1942 when nosewheel collapsed 
					during landing.  Converted to CL-26
				097 (25 BG/59 BS(M)) wrecked NW of Hato Field, Curacao Nov 27, 1942.
				098 surveyed at Savannah AAB, GA Mar 12, 1942
				099 in midair with 40-102 May 19, 1941 near Galivanta Ferry, SC
				100 to CL-26
				101 lost in combat Nov 22, 1942
				102 in midair with 40-099 May 19, 1941 near Galivanta Ferry, SC
				103 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				104 missing Jan 13, 1942, Panama
				105 lost engine on takeoff and crashed Shreveport MAP, LA Sep 6, 1941.
				106 to RA-20A.  With 23 TTS ditched 2 mi S of Punta Bruja, Panama Aug 22, 1944.  Surplused Sep 12, 1944
				107 crashed near Madera, CA Jul 8, 1942.
				108 wrecked at Grenier Field, NH Jul 25, 1942.
				109 in accident Nov 5, 1941
				110 wrecked at Eugene MAP, OR Dec 19, 1941.
				111 wrecked 11 mi E of La Grange, GA and surveyed Nov 5, 1941.
				112 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				113 (25 BG/59 BS(M)) damaged at Hato Field, Curacao May 22, 1943
				114 surplused Feb 21, 1945
				115 condemned Jul 7, 1941
				116 damaged in landing accident at Albrook Field, CZ Mar 30, 1944.  Surplused Feb 21, 1945
				117 condemned Aug 4, 1941
				118 to RAAF as A28-37 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
				119 wrecked at Lovell, TN Jun 12, 1941
				120 surplused Feb 23, 1945
				121 wrecked at Hunter Field, GA Jul 31, 1942.  To CL-26
				122 wrecked at Will Rogers Field, OK Apr 16, 1943
				123 suffered hydraulic failure Oct 17, 1941, pilot bailed out near Langly Field, VA
				124 wrecked at Putam, AL Jul 28, 1942.
				125 (5th BG (Light)) crashed Apr 23, 1945, 1/2 mile off Papilou Island,
					Hawaii.  No survivors.  Plane condemned May 23, 1942
				126 spun in due to engine failure off Diamond Head, HI Sep 21, 1941.
				127 salvaged Oct 20, 1944
				128 condemned Oct 20, 1942. 
				129 surveyed at Keesler Field, MS.
				130 (RA-20A, 42nd BS, 11th BG) lost Sep 21, 1943 off Kualoa Point, Oahu, Hawaii.  MACR 564
				131 condemned Nov 24, 1942
				132 in accident Jan 11, 1943
				133 condemned Jan 28, 1942
				134 salvaged Sep 20, 1944
				135 condemned Sep 19, 1942.
				136 condemned Dec 26, 1942.
				137 destroyed on ground at Hickham Field, Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
				138 condemned Feb 24, 1942.
				139 to RAAF as A28-38 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.
				140 to RFC at Tinker Field, OK Jul 1, 1945
				141 to RFC at Tinker Field, OK Jul 1, 1945
				142 in landing accident Nov 27, 1942
				143 to RAAF as A28-33 11/43.  Converted to components 5/44
				144 to RAAF as A28-39 11/43.  Converted to
					instructional airframe.  SOC 10/46.
				145 condemned Dec 30, 1942
				146 in accident Aug 4, 1943
				147 wrecked at Lawson Field Mar 4, 1942.  To CL-26.
				148 wrecked at Keesler Field, MS Mar 8, 1943
				149 to CL-26 at Bowman Field Jul 17, 1942.
				150 condemned Nov 23, 1942
				151 destroyed on ground at Hickham Field, Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
				152 surveyed at Kelly Field Jan 16, 1945
				153 surveyed in Panama Dec 1, 1941.
				154 (25 BG/59 BS(M)) wrecked in landing accident at Hato Field, Curacao, Jan 21, 1943.
				155 (3rd BG, 89th BS, 'Abijah Gooch') lost somewhere between Australian and New Guinea Nov 16, 1942.
				156 surveyed Jul 18, 1943
				157 surveyed Oct 27, 1941
				158 condemned May 9, 1942 and surveyed at Duncan Field, TX Apr 7, 1943
				159 lost in combat Aug 23, 1943
				160 to CL-26
				161 surveyed Feb 24, 1942
				162 to RAAF as A28-35 11/43.  Converted to components 3/45.
				163 lost in premature bomb explosion at Lawson Field Jun 8, 1942. 3 killed.
				164 to reclamation Mar 27, 1945
				165 hit by AAA on mission to Port Moresby Nov 1, 1942 and made belly landing at 7-Mile Airfield.
					Parts of this plane were used in conjunction with parts from another wrecked A-20A (39-724) to
					make a new aircraft to ferry liquor and fresh food from Australia.  Caught in bad weather in
					early 1943 and crashlanded on a beach near Cooktown.
				166 (3rd BG, 89th BS, 'Little Hellion') hit by AAA on mission to Port Moresby
					Nov 1, 1942 and made gear and flaps up landing at 7-Mile Airfield.   Parts of this
					plane were used in conjunction with parts from another wrecked A-20A (39-0724) to make
					a new aircraft (Steak and Eggs Special) to ferry liquor and fresh food from
					Australia.  Caught in bad weather in early 1943 and crashlanded on a beach near
					Cooktown.  Not recovered
				167 condemned Oct 31,1944
				168 wrecked at Meridian Aug 22, 1942.
				169 condemned Aug 17, 1943
				170 mission Mar 29, 1943
				171 surveyed Feb 16, 1942.
				172 surveyed Dec 17, 1942.
				173 lost in combat Apr 26, 1943
				174 surveyed Mar 7, 1944
				175 in accident Aug 1, 1943
				176 in accident Mar 8, 1943
				177 to DPC at Bush Field Feb 14, 1945
				178 to CL-26
				179 wrecked at Hunter Field, GA in wheels-up landing in swamp Jun 21, 1942.
40-180/190		Beech C-45
				c/n 364/374
				180 (c/n 364) to DPC at Bush Field Aug 2, 1945.  TO CAA as NC73
				181 (c/n 365) to commercial carrier Aug 21, 1944.  To C-155 with Transportes Aereos Centro-Americanos of
					Colombia as C-155,  To N2484, PP-XFC, PP-EBP
				182 (c/n 366) to Britain Jun 12, 1945 with no known serial number.  Remained in USA
				183 (c/n 367) condemned Mar 31, 1944
				184 (c/n 368) to DPC at Douglas, GA May 6, 1945.  To civil registry as NC54278
				185 (c/n 369) to reclamation at Grave Point Nov 28,1944.  To civil registry as C.18S NC54278,
					later N54278
				186 (c/n 370) to Ecuador Military Mission.  Off inventory Jan 1, 1945.
				187 (c/n 371) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 23,1945
				188 (c/n 372) to CAA in Washington, DC Feb 11, 1946 as NC204.  Later refurbished by Beech and delivered
					to US Navy as SNB-5 BuNo 140991 (c/n N1143).
				189 (c/n 373) in midair collision Jan 9, 1942 near Brighton, OH.  1 killed.
				190 (c/n 374) to RFC at Camden, NJ Nov 30, 1945.  To NC201 Nov 12, 1946.
40-191			Stearman XA-21
				c/n 100000.  To CL-26 at Wright Field Apr 14, 1942.
40-192/291		Stinson O-49 Vigilant
				Model 74.  Later redesignated L-1A.
				192 condemned Apr 30, 1944
				193 condemned Aug 18, 1944
				194 savaged after accident Apr 30, 1946
				195 crashed Sept 19, 1941, Many, LA.  Pilot killed
				196 to CL-26 Feb 27, 1942.
				197 condemned May 30, 1942
				198 to CL-26 at Chanute Field Aug 12, 1943
				199 salvaged for spar parts Feb 14, 1946
				200 condemned Jun 21, 1944
				201 surveyed at Ft Benning, GA Feb 6, 1942.
				202 surveyed May 15, 1942.
				203 to CL-26 at Lockbourne Aug 26, 1942
				204 hit truck while landing in fog Jan 13, 1943 at Bates Field, AL.
				205 to CL-26
				206 salvaged Mar 6, 1945
				207 to AGF as L-1B Sep 25, 1945
				208 salvaged Jan 23, 1945
				209 off inventory Dec 31, 1944
				210 sold Mar 27, 1945
				211 surplused Feb 8, 1945
				212 to Parks Air Bollege, St Louis IL Apr 18, 1942
				213 hit trees in takeoff accident Chame Chorrea, Panama Feb 17, 1942.
				214 condemned Jan 31, 1946
				215 SOC Apr 30, 1947
				216 condemned Jun 11, 1945
				217 condemned Aug 10, 1942
				218 destroyed in Depot Shops Dec 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor
				219 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  Believe assigned to 2nd OS in Philippines
				220 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  Believe assigned to 2nd OS in Philippines
				221 wrecked at Camp Stewart, GA when gear collapsed during landing Nov 11, 1942.
				228 to VT-CHY
				232 surveyed for wear and tear Jul 27, 1942
				233 salvaged Oct 6, 1947
				234 salvaged Jan 16, 1945
				235 surveyed at Maxwell Field Apr 24, 1942
				236 surveyed at Maxwell Field Jun 3, 1942
				237 condemned Feb 1, 1945.
				238 wrecked near Blackland AF School, TX Oct 5, 1942.
				239 condemned Apr 30, 1944.  In midair with P-40 39-263 Sep 22, 1941, 
					crashed into Tubbs Island N of Hamilto, pilot killed.
				240 condemned Dec 10, 1943
				241 condemned Apr 30, 1944
				242 condemned Apr 28, 1942
				243 condemned in Canal Zone Jun 19, 1948
				244 salvaged Jun 7, 1945
				245 surveyed May 14, 1942
				246 salvaged May 18, 1946
				247 condemned Dec 31, 1944
				248 to CL-26 Mar 4, 1942
				249 salvaged Apr 30, 1944
				250 surveyed for wear and tear Jul 27, 1942
				251 condemned Mar 4, 1942
				252 wrecked in crash landing Jan 20, 1942 at Anthony, NM and w/o.
				253 surveyed at Biggs Field
				254 surveyed May 1, 1942
				255 scrapped at Patterson Feb 2, 1945
				256 to CL-26 at Chanute Field Feb 27, 1942
				257 condemned Dec 31, 1944
				258 condemned May 19, 1944
				259 to CL-26
				260 wrecked Nov 20, 1942.
				261 to CL-26 at Scott Field Jun 24, 1942
				262 to RAF as Vigilant I HL430.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
				263 to RAF as Vigilant I HL431.  SOC Apr 15, 1946
				264 to RAF as Vigilant I HL429.  SOC May 15, 1947
				265 to RAF as Vigilant I HL432.  Sold Jun 24, 1946
				266 wrecked Jan  16, 1942.
				267 to CL-26 at Oklahoma Aid Depot Feb 25, 1943
				268 condemned Dec 31, 1944
				269 sold as surplus Nov 8, 1946
				270 to CL-26 at Mines Field, CA Mar 16, 1942
				271 condemned Dec 31, 1944
				272 wrecked 2 mi NW of King City, CA Nov 12, 1941.
				273 condemned Oct 7, 1944
				274 surplused Apr 17, 1944
				275 surplused Oct 3, 1944
				276 to CL-26 at Westover May 19, 1942.  Surveyed Feb 3, 1943
				277 condemned at Ft Devin Dec 31,1 941 and sent to Rising Sun School, PA as CL-26
				278 force-landed after fire in air Apr 28, 1942.
				279 condemned Apr 30, 1944
				280 sold to government of India Apr 10, 1946.  To VT-CHX
				281 surplused Nov 12, 1944.
				282 to CL-26 at Westover Jun 23, 1942
				283 condemned in Alaska Jun 20, 1944
				284 condemned Jan 11, 1943
				285 condemned May 31, 1945
				286 condemned Dec 31, 1944
				287 condemned in Alaska Feb 9, 1944
				288 donated to Santa Barbara Junior College Sep 1945
				289 condemned Jun 19, 1942
				290 surveyed Apr 9, 1942.
				291 to RFC at Ponca City, OK Jan 11, 1943.
40-292/357		Curtiss P-40
				c/n 13167/13232.  All redesignated RP-40 (restricted from duty as fighters Oct 22, 1942.
				292 rebuilt as P-40G but reclassified as P-40 Apr 23, 1942.  To CL-26 at Craig Field Jun 2, 1943
				293 surveyed Apr 4, 1942.
				294 wrecked in runway collision at Coalinga, CA Mar 25, 1941
					and w/o
				295 crashed near Hamilton Field, CA Mar 4, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Also listed
					as crashing into San Pablo Bay Jul 3, 1941, pilot killed.
				296 condemned Feb 6, 1942
				297 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941. To USSR
				298 w/o in collision with Navy SBD-1 7/26/42 near Midway Island.
				299 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 8, 1941.  Reported as wrecked Sep 22, 1941.  To CL-26 Aug 8, 1942.
				300 converted to P-40G.  Wrecked Aug 24, 1943.  Surveyed at Foster Field Sep 8, 1943
				301 rebuilt as P-40G Sep 1, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				302 to CL-26 at Wright Field Aug 21, 1944
				303 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				304 in midair collision 5 mi W of Harding Field, LA Apr 22, 1942.
					Pilot bailed out.
				305 to CL-26
				306 crashed near Brandon MS Feb 18, 1942, pilot killed
				307 wrecked at Harding Field, LA Apr 13, 1942.  To CL-26
				308 wrecked 28 mi W of Harding Field, LA May 14, 1942.
				309 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 7, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				310 crashed near Coalinga CA Mar 26, 1941.
				311 crashed off Pt. Stewart, CA May 30, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				312 crashed Jun 17, 1941 near Santa Rosa, CA afer midair fire.
					Pilot bailed out.
				313 to CL-26 at Buckley Field Nov 2, 1942.
				314 force landed March Field, CA Jan 14, 1941 and w/o.
				315 rebuilt as P-40G.  Ran off end of runway while landing at Sacramento 
					Muni, May 7, 1941.  Pilot OK.  To CL-26  Oct 9, 1941.  
				316 to reclamation at Deming, NM Dec 12, 1944
				317 to CL-26 at Tyndall Field Mar 17, 1944.
				318 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				320 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941. To USSR
				321 to CL-26 at Craig Field Jun 20, 1943
				322 dove into water off Myrtle Beach, SC Mar 1, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				323 converted to P-40G.  To ground instructional airframe Jul 18, 1942
				324 crashed 10 mi W of Tuskegee Apr 24, 1942. Pilot bailed out.
				324 engine failed Apr 24, 1942 near Tuskegee, AL.  Pilot bailed out.
				325 surveyed Sep 26, 1941
				326 converted to P-40A recon aircraft.   To CL-26 Oct 13, 1942.
				327 to CL-26 Mar 31, 1944.
				328 wrecked in force landing at Luke Field, AZ Jul 10, 1942 and w/o.
				329 spun in at Camp Skeal, MI Jun 19, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				330 to CL-26 at Luke Field Sep 12, 1942
				331 rebuilt as P-40G. Wrecked in MI Jan 23, 1942.  To CL-26.
				332 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 10, 1941.  To Curtiss for Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				333 rebuilt as P-40G.  Force landed Utica, MI Nov 5, 1941 and w/o.
				334 surveyed Nov 13, 1943
				335 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 30, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				336 rebuilt as P-40G Aug 1, 1941.  Converted to P-40 Sep 1, 1941.
					To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.  To USSR
				337 rebuilt as P-40G Sep 1, 1941.  To CL-26 at Craig Field Jun 20, 1943.
				338 rebuilt as P-40G 42-14261 Aug 10, 1941.  To Defense Aid Oct 31, 1941.
				339 to CL-26 at Lincoln Aug 31, 1943
				340 condemned May 19, 1942
				341 crashed into ocean off Mitchel Field, NY Dec 6, 1941.
					Pilot killed.
				342 surveyed Sep 26, 1941
				343 crashed after midair fire Newhaven, MI, Apr 16, 1941.
					Pilot bailed out.
				344 surveyed Sep 26, 1941
				345 surveyed at Tyndall Field, FL Mar 23, 1944
				346 surveyed Sep 26, 1941
				347 to CL-26 at Chanute Field
				348 converted to P-40G.  To CL-26 Jun 22, 1942 and to New England Aircraft School, Boston, MA.
				349 crashed after midair fire Aug 31, 1942, Luke Field, AZ.
					Pilot bailed out.
				350 crashed after midair fire Sept 15, 1942, Luke Field, AZ.
					Pilot bailed out.
				351 to CL-26 at Patterson
				352 to reclamation at Hondo, TX Nov 12, 1945
				353 to CL-26 at Chanute May 6, 1942
				354 crashed 4 mi E of Osborn, OH Oct 22, 1940.  To CL-26 at March Field
				355 to DPC at Bush Field Jan 18, 1945
				356 crashed 15 mi NE of Kalkaska, MI May 15, 1941.
				357 crashlanded 7 mi E of Xenia, OH Oct 17, 1940.  Surveyed at Craig Field Jun 5, 1943
40-358			Curtiss P-40E
				c/n 13233. Model H87-B2.  Wrecked Jan 4, 1942 at Sand Point, ID.  
40-359/381		Curtiss P-40D
				c/n 13234/13256.  Model H87-A2
				359 to reclamation at Patterson Field Dec 5, 1944
				360 modified as XP-40F (Model H87-B3) with Merlin 28 engine.  To CL-26 at Lincoln Sep 16, 1942.
				361 condemned Dec 31, 1943
				362 crashed at Tuskegee Sep 13, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				363 to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
				364 surveyed at McClellan Field Mar 28, 1944
				365 lost in accident Sep 21, 1943
				366 surveyed in USA Feb 28, 1944
				367 surveyed in USA Mar 28, 1944
				368 redesignated P-40E Nov 24, 1941.  Later redesignated RP-40D.
				369 surveyed in USA May 1, 1944
				370 condemned Jan 4, 1943
				371 surveyed in USA Apr 20, 1944
				372 surveyed in USA May 6, 1944
				373 to CL-26 at Chanute Sep 7, 1942.
				374 to reclamation at Chanute Feb 13, 1942
				375 hit truck while landing Oct 13, 1941, Hamilton Field.  To CL-26
				376 to DPC at Bush Field May 14, 1945
				377 condemned in Hawaii May 28, 1943.
				378 surveyed May 28, 1944
				379 condemned Oct 4, 1943
				380 condemned Oct 4, 1943.
				381 condemned Dec 1, 1943
40-382/681		Curtiss P-40E
				c/n 13257/13356.  Model H87-B2
				382 (c/n 13257) wrecked in taxi collision France Field, Panama May 29, 1942,
					pilot killed.
				383 (c/n 13258) to CL-26 Jun 24, 1942.
				384 (c/n 13259) condemned at Ladd Field, AK.
				385 (c/n 13260) surveyed at Foster Field, TX.
				386 (c/n 13261) condemned Nov 26, 1942
				387 (c/n 13262) spun in near Richmond, Ca Jan 20, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				388 (c/n 13263) surveyed in USA Apr 14, 1944
				389 (c/n 13264) salvaged Apr 5, 1945
				390 (c/n 13265) ditched off Boston, MA Jun 22, 1942.  Converted to CL-26
					configuration (ground conversion).
				391 (c/n 13266) to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
				392 (c/n 13267) crashed Bradley Field, CT May 25, 1942.
				393 (c/n 13268) crashed in bad weather Nov 20, 1941, Shopton, NC
				394 (c/n 13269) surveyed in USA Apr 1, 1944
				395 (c/n 13270) to reclamation Oct 2, 1945.
				396 (c/n 13271) ground looped on takeoff at Bradley Field, CT May 24, 1942 and
					w/o
				397 (c/n 13272) crashed near Wilmington, NC Oct 23, 1941. Pilot bailed out.
				398 (c/n 13273) condemned Oct 16, 1943
				399 (c/n 13274) surveyed at Tuskegee Nov 19, 1942.
				400 (c/n 13275) condemned Jan 24, 1944
				401 (c/n 13276) crashed and burned after takeoff Jun 3, 1942, Fort Randal, AK.
					Registration N95665 reserved Feb 13, 2008, taken up Apr 25, 2008
				402 (c/n 13277) salvaged May 15, 1945
				403 (c/n 13278) to CL-26
				404 (c/n 13279) crashed at Craig Field, AL Dec 4, 1942 and w/o.
				405 (c/n 13280) force-landed Dayton MAP, OH Oct 9, 1943.
				406 (c/n 13281) to RFC at McKellar Field, Tn Feb 21, 1945.
				407 (c/n 13282) hit fence at edge of field Rentschler Field, CT Jun 17, 1942.
				408 (c/n 13283) (47th BS/18th PG) crashed at sea off Haleim, Oahu, HI Jan 22, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				409 (c/n 13284) condemned Jul 29, 1943
				410 (c/n 13285) crashed 20 mi SE of Luke Field, AZ Jul 2, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				411 (c/n 13286) ditched in San Pablo Bay, Ca Dec 29, 1941.
				412 (c/n 13287) nosed over at Williamtown, NSW Feb 3, 1942 and extensively damaged.
				413 (c/n 13288) wrecked in takeoff accident at Bradley Field, CT Apr 4, 1942
					Also reported as being wrecked and burned at Luke Field after takeoff Aug 6, 1943.
				414 condemned Apr 21, 1944
				415 surveyed Sep 1, 1942.
				416 surveyed Feb 28, 1942
				417 to CL-26 Aug 18, 1942
				418 to CL-26 in USA Mar 26, 1944
				419 condemned Feb 8, 1943
				420 to reclamation Jan 29, 1946
				421 condemned Feb 7, 1943
				422 to CL-26 Aug 5, 1942
				423 to CL-26 at Hillsgrove, RI Sep 2, 1942
				424 to CL-26 at Tuskegee, AL Sep 3, 1943
				425 wrecked in landing accident at Luke Field, AZ, Aug 6, 1943.
				426 wrecked at Tuskegee Nov 14, 1942
				427 surveyed at Goldsboro Jan 1, 1943
				428 crashed near Boston, MA Sept 23, 1942.
				429 hit high tension wire after takeoff and crashed at Esler 
					Field, AL Sept 9, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				430 spun in at Tuskegee, Alabama Sep 12, 1942, pilot killed.
				431 wrecked in landing accident at Portland AAB, OR Feb 2, 1942.
				432 surveyed Nov 7, 1943
				433 to CL-26 Oct 8, 1942
				434 to reclamation at Miami May 22, 1945
				435 surveyed at Luke Field Mar 21, 1944
				436 condemned Mar 1, 1942
				437 to reclamation at Kirtland Jun 16, 1945.
				438 surveyed at Tuskegee Sep 24, 1943
				439 condemned Jan 1, 1944
				440 crashed near NAS Quonset Point, RI Jun 18, 1942 after exploding in midair in a dive.
				441 condemned Apr 2, 1942
				442 surveyed in USA Apr 9, 1942
				443 condemned Oct 25, 1943
				444 spun in at Oakland, Ca Dec 30, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				445 condemned Oct 16, 1943
				446 to RPC at Bush Field Jan 18, 1945
				447 crashed into San Pablo Bay, CA Jan 18, 1942.
				448 ditched in Panama Canal Channel Apr 16, 1942.
				449 surveyed at Indianapolis Oct 29, 1943
				450 condemned Jan 4, 1943
				451 condemned Jun 16, 1942
				452 to RFC at Bush Field Mar 17, 1945
				453 wrecked in wheels-up forced landeing Oct 20, 1941 near Newbern, NC
				454 w/o after accident 3 mi W of Luke Field, AZ Aug 19, 1943.
				455 to CL-26
				456 wrecked at Hamilton AAF when ran off runway and burned Jan 6, 1942
				457 condemned Oct 20, 1942
				458 condemned Aug 30, 1943.
				459 surveyed at Patterson Apr 14, 1944.
				460 wrecked after midair collision near Hamilton Field, CA Feb 9, 1942.
				461 surveyed Apr 14, 1944.
				462/483, 488/491, 496 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
					463 (17th PS, 24th PG) forced landing Oct 23, 1941 on Highway 3 near
					Calumpit, Luzon, Philippines after engine failure, then ground-looped
					to avoid oncoming bus.  Pilot OK
				484 wrecked N of Brandon, MS Feb 18, 1942.
				485 to CL-26 Apr 3, 1942
				486 surveyed at Birmingham Jun 13, 1944
				487 surveyed at Moore Field, TX Jun 17, 1944
				488/491 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
				492 surveyed at Selfridge Field Jun 26, 1942
				493 condemned Dec 1, 1942
				494 condemned Apr 22, 1943
				495 Condemned Dec 22, 1942
				496 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
				497 crashed at Tromble Field, CT after low-altitude stall May 1, 
					1942.  Pilot killed.
				498 w/o after midair collision near Hillsgrove, RI Oct 30, 1942.
				499 to CL-26 at Dallas, TX Sep 12, 1942.
				503/509 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
					506 force landed Calumpiti, Belana, Philippines Oct 23, 1941 and
						written off.
				511 spun in and crashed into Alvarado Park near Richmond, CA Jan 22, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				514/517 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
				521 crashed near Bedford, Mass Aug 27, 1942 due to engine failure.
					Pilot bailed out.
				522/524, 529/531 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
				534 crashed into ocean off Puerto Rico Dec 13, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
				536/538 delivered to Philippines Sept 29,1941 to 24th PG.
				539 crashed at Commandwealth Apt, Boston, Mass Jun 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
				540 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed near Aguadulce, Panama Feb 28, 1944.
				541 to Brazilian AF.  (1o Esquadrao de Caca) ground looped and
					damaged at La Joya, Panama Jun 8, 1944.
				543/545 delivered to Philippines Sept 29, 1941 to 24th PG.
				547 used by 30th FS in Panama.  Ground looped and w/o Dec 1, 1944.
				548 crashed at sea in Cruz Bay, Puerto Rico Mar 6, 1942.
				550 condemned Apr 28, 1943
				551 (32nd FG, 53rd FS) ditched off San Cristobal Island, Canal
					Zone Nov 2,1942.  Condemned in Panama Nov 4, 1942.
				552 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed near Aguadulce, Panama Mar 15, 1944.
					Surplused May 15, 1944
				553 in midair with P-40E 40-604 Jun 17, 1942 near France Field, Canal Zone
				554 used by 30th FS in Panama.  W/o in takeoff accident
					Dec 21, 1944.  Condemned Jan 29, 1945
				555 w/o in landing accident Sep 20, 1944.  Surplused Oct 2, 1944
				556 (37th FG, 30th FS) w/o in forced landing off Porto Bello,
					Panama Apr 6, 1943.  Condemned Apr 6, 1943
				557 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed near Divisa, Panama Sep 9, 1944.
					Surplused Sep 9, 1944.
				558 (37th FG, 30th FS) wrecked in landing accident Jun 7, 1943, Monagrillo, Panama
				559 wrecked S of Aruceib, Puerto Rico Mar 9, 1943.
				560 operated by Brazilian AF personnel in Panama, but not formally handed over.  (1o Esquadrao de Caca) ground looped and
					damaged at La Joya, Panama May 25, 1944
				561 surplused Mar 16, 1945
				562 surplused Mar 16,1945
				563 off inventory Apr 1, 1944
				564 surplused Mar 16, 1945
				565 crash-landed in crosswind Oct 4, 1941, Losey Field, Puerto Rico.
					To CL-26 at Biloxi, MS Mar 20, 1942.
				566 surplused Mar 16, 1945
				567 (36th FG, 32nd FS) wrecked in cartwheeled landing Apr 29, 1943, Losey Field, Puero Rico
				568 (37th FG, 30th FS) in landing accident at La Joya, Panama Sep 29, 1944.
					Surplused Oct 18, 1944
				569 condemned Sep 12, 1943
				570 operated by Brazilian AF in Panama but not formally handed over.  (1o Esquadrao de Caca) force landed in
					Panama Jun 3, 1944.  surplused Apr 1, 1945
				571 wrecked Dec 12, 1942 Puerto Rico in collision with P-40C 41-13514.
				572 (37th FG, 30th FS) force-landed in Panama Sep 30, 1944.
					Surplused Oct 10, 1944
				573 hit house during landing approach Oct 8, 1941, Nicaragua
				574 (37th FG) crashed at Albrook Field, Canal Zone Jun 11, 1942.  Pilot killed
				575 (37th FG, 30th FS) stalled after takeoff and crashed near
					Punta Chame, Panama Nov 1, 1943.  Surplused Nov 24, 1943.
				576 wrecked Nov 13, 1941 at Albrook Field, Canal Zone
				577 crashed into house after midair at Balboa, Canal Zone Apr 28, 1943.
				578 condemned Apr 24, 1942.
				579 (37th FG, 30th FS) crashed in mountains in bad weather N of La Hoya, Canal Zone Apr 7, 1943.
				580 wrecked Feb 6, 1943 near Coke, VA in midair.  Pilot bailed out
				581 (37th FG, 30th FS) in midair collision and crashed Mar 6, 1943 near La Joya in Canal Zone
				582 converted to 2-seater (P-40ES).  To DPC at Bush Field Mar 31, 1945
				583 to CL-26 at Tuskegee Sep 2, 1943
				584 wrecked Aug 15, 1943, Fort Richardson, AK
				585 wrecked in wheels-up landing May 27, 1942, Elmendorf AAF
				586 condemned Dec 11, 1943
				587 salvaged May 15, 1945
				589 salvaged Oct 3, 1945
				590 wrecked in midair fire Dec 26, 1942, Longview, AK
				591 salvaged May 15, 1945
				592 salvaged May 15, 1945
				593 crashed near Elmendorf Field, Alaska Feb 5, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				594 in takeoff accident Apr 19, 1942, Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Pilot killed.
				595 condemned Apr 10, 1943
				596 condemned Nov *, 1943
				597 salvaged Oct 3, 1945
				598 condemned Jul 3, 1942.
				599 off inventory Oct 31, 1944.
				600 condemned by Nov 26, 1942
				601 condemned Jun 25, 1942
				602 engine caught fire and pilot bailed out Elmendorf, AK Mar 17, 1942.
				603 wrecked in taxi accident at Eglin AAF, FL Mar 21, 1942.
				604 wrecked in midair collision with 40-553 Jun 17, 1942 off France Field, Canal Zone
				605 engine failed and ditched 2 mi E of Pensacola Beach, FL Feb 2, 1942.
				606 wrecked at Blythe AAB, CA Oct 22, 1942 when landing gear collapsed.  To Tuskegee
					as CL-26.  Surveyed Sep 19, 1945.
				607 (c/n 13482) condemned Oct 31, 1944.  I have a note that this plane went to the Netherland
					East Indies AF
				608 to CL-26 Jun 8, 1942
				609 salvaged May 15, 1945
				610 salvaged Oct 3, 1945
				611 in takeoff collision with P-40E 41-5684 Apr 24, 1942 at Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Both
					planes demolished.
				612 condemned May 5, 1943
				613 to USSR Aug 1944
				614 hit tree on takeoff and crashed into Bay of Panama off Albrook Field Aug 16, 1942.
				615/626, 634, 635, 638, 639, 642, 643, 646, 647, 654, 655, 659, 660 
					delivered to Philippines Nov 25,1941 to 21st PS.
				627 surveyed at Luke AAF, AZ May 14, 1944
				628 crashed into plowed field near Newark, CA Jan 2, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				629 wrecked in landing accident at Quonset Point, RI Apr 16, 1942.  To CL-26.
				630 off inventory Jan 7, 1944
				631 declared surplus Mar 16, 1945.
				632 (37th FG, 30th FS) spun in near gunnery range Apr 7, 1943.
				633 surveyed at St Petersburg, FL Jul 26, 1944
				636 to USSR
				637 wrecked 15mi NE of Chame, Panama May 5, 1942.
				640 crashed in mountains in bad weather near La Joya, Canal Zone Apr 7, 1943.
				641 to USSR
				644 to USSR
				645 to USSR 
				648 (c/n 13523) with 30th FS, crashed in Canal Zone Jul 4, 1943.
				649 to USSR
				650 condemned in Philippines Jan 18, 1942
				651 condemed Jan 18, 1942
				652 to USSR
				653 to USSR
				656 and 657 to USSR
				658 condemned Jan 18, 1942
				660 and 661 to USSR.
				662 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  
				663 condemned Jan 18, 1942.  Repaired and taken on service by RAAF as A29-76.
					Shot down over Port Moresby, NB Apr 24, 1942.
				664 and 665 to USSR
				666 condemned Jan 18, 1942
				667 lost in action over Java early 1942.
				668 and 669 to USSR
				670 (17th PS) lost in action over Java Jan 18, 1942
				671 (17th PS) list in action over Java Jan 18, 1942
				672 and 673 to USSR
				674 and 675 condemned Aug 31, 1943.  I have them as being lost in action over Java early 1942.
				676 to USSR
				677 condemned Jan 18, 1944. 
				678 lost in action over Java Jan 18, 1942
				679 (17th PS) lost in action over Java Jan 31, 1942
				680 to USSR
				681 named "Dollye".  Wrecked Jun 13, 1942 in landing accident at 11 Mile Strip, 
					Darwin, NT, Australia Oct 31, 1944.
40-682/695		Beech F-2
				c/n 340/353
				682 delivered Dec 1, 1939.  Wo/o at Itaparica, Brazil Dec 15, 1942.
				683 (c/n 341) to RFC at Bush Field Jul 18, 1945.  To Pan American Airways as NC86566 in 1946.  To AN-ACH, N64630
				684 condemned Sep 3, 1942.
				685 to CL-26 Aug 27, 1942 at Felts Field, Spokane, WA.
				686 surveyed Sep 29, 1942
				687 (c/n 345) to DPC at Bush Field Jun 23, 1945.  To NC86549 with Pan American Airways, to XH-SAB
				688 wrecked Dec 7, 1943 at Richmond, VA
				689 converted to ZRC-45.  Scrapped Jun 6, 1949 at Kelly Field, TX.
				690 wrecked at Sioux City Jul 7, 1943 in crash landing
				691 Surveyed at Gowen Field, ID Oct 5, 1942
				692 (c/n 350) to DPC at Bush Field Jun 12, 1945.  To Civil Aeronautics Administration as NC261
				693 to DPC at Bush Field Jun 19, 1945
				694 (c/n 352) to RFC at Searcy Field Aug 13, 1945.  To CAA as NC321.  Remanufactured by Beech as SNB-5 c/n N1143, and
					to US Navy as BuNo 140992
				695 (c/n 353) surveyed at MacDill AB Feb 26, 1944.  To CAA as NC6, later N418, N6, N60D
40-696/702		Consolidated YB-24 Liberator
				All but 40-702 were delivered to Britain as LB-30A, and serialed AM258/AM263. 
					696 (c/n 167) to RAF as AM258.  May have been shot down by Spitfire Feb 15, 1942 (see AM918).
						Also reported as going to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jun 25, 1945
					697 (c/n 168) to RAF as AM259, arriving in UK Mar 14, 1941.  Was first Liberator to land in UK and
						first four-engined land plane to make a transatlantic crossing.  To G-AGCD with BOAC Apr 19, 1941.  
						Returned to RAF Jul 6, 1944, formally cancelled as returned to RAF Jan 1, 1946.  SOC
						at Dorval Nov 7, 1945.  There is a report of a midair collision with USSR DB-7 Jan 5, 1943.
					698 (c/n 169) to RAF as AM260. Crashed and burned on takeoff from Heathfield Airfield, Ayr, Scotland 
						after veering off runway and striking a small building and then an
						embankment Aug 14, 1941.  22 onboard killed.
					699 (c/n 170) to RAF as AM261.  Crashed into mountain range near Arran, Scotland in rain, overcast, and
						low visibility due to navigation error Aug 14, 1941.  22 killed.
					700 (c/n 171) to RAF as AM262.  To BOAC as G-AGHG.  SOC for spares May 30, 1946
					701 (c/n 172) to RAF as AM263 in accident in Gibraltar Jul 22, 1942.  Later operated by BOAC as G-AGDS.
				Six B-24Ds took the place of the 'borrowed' YB-24s and were delivered as B-24Ds.  They were
					assigned the same serials 40-696/701.  Their dispositions were as follows:
					696 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
					697 wrecked May 22, 1942 in takeoff accident May 2, 1942, Ft. Myers, FL
					698 salvaged Nov 27, 1944.  Was attached to HALPRO for a while.
					699 wrecked in crash landing at Idaho Falls, ID Jun 10, 1943
					700 to RFC at Ontario Jun 1, 1945
					701 condemned at Wright Field in 1942
				702 (c/n 173) surveyed at MacDill Field, FL Mar 28, 1944.  The Y designation was later dropped, and
					the plane became B-24.
40-703/705		Ryan YO-51 Dragonfly
40-706			Martin XA-22
				Displayed at 1939 Worlds Fair.  Condemned Jul 6, 1942.
40-707/716		North American BC-1A
				c/n NA55-1607/1616
				716 crashed Paso Robles, CA Oct 19, 1941
40-717/725		North American AT-6 Texan
				C/n 55-1631/1639.  Formerly designated BC-1A
40-726/739		North American BC-1A
40-740			Cancelled contract
40-741/743		Bellanca YO-50
40-744/761		Lockheed P-38 Lightning
				c/n 222-2215/2232
				744 modified at Wright Field for aeromedical experiments with asymmetric
					positioning of cockpit in port boom.  Scrapped at Bush Field, GA May 7, 1945
				745 to CL-26 at San Bernardino, CA Apr 27, 1943
				746 to CL-26 at Muroc AAB, CA Jul 27, 1943
				747 crashed at Muroc AAB Jul 24, 1942.  To CL-26 at Curtiss-Wright Tech Institute, Glendale,
					CA Mar 24, 1943.
				748 crashed into bay 500 yds offshore of Hamilton Field, CA May 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
				749 to CL-26 at March Field, CA Jun 15, 1943
				750 condemned at McChord AAF, WA Feb 13, 1943
				751 to CL-26 at Bolling Field, DC Sep 21, 1943
				752 to CL-26 at Santa Maria, CA Apr 30, 1943
				753 scrapped at North Island, CA Feb 4, 1945
				754 crashed on takeoff at Patterson Field, Oh Aug 19, 1941.  Pilot killed
				755 crashed on takeoff at North Island, CA Mar 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
				756 scrapped at Patterson AAF, OH Jun 29, 1945
				757 scrapped at San Bernardino, CA Nov 28, 1945
				758 surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Aug 1, 1943
				759 scrapped at March Field, CA Jul 3, 1946
				760 crashed near Onalaska, WA Nov 24, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				761 to CL-26 at Spokane, WA Mar 7, 1943
40-762			Lockheed XP-38A Lightning
				c/n 222-2233.  Scrapped at Bush Field Mar 28, 1945.
40-763/773		Lockheed P-38 Lightning
				c/n 222-2234/2244
				763 condemned Mar 19, 1942
				764 wing ruptured in flight Apr 4, 1943 and landed OK.  To CL-26 Apr 23, 1943
				765 scrapped at San Bernardino, CA May 22, 1945
				766 crashed during emergency landing attempt at Beaufort, SC Oct 16, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				767 in midair near Natchitoche, LA Sep 19, 1941.  Pilot killed
				768 to CL-26 at Lockheed Sep 5, 1942
				769 scrapped at Hill Field, UT Jul 23, 1945
				770 in midair off San Diego, CA Dec 21, 1941.  Pilot killed.
				771 to CL-26 at March Field Sep 6, 1943
				772 scrapped at March Field Feb 2, 1945
				773 DBR 15 mi E of Muroc AAB Feb 11, 1942
40-774/809		Lockheed P-38D Lightning
				c/n 222-2245/2280
				783 crashed and burned at Mills Field, CA Jun 15, 1942.  Pilot killed, plus crew chief on the ground
40-810/1109		Vultee BT-13 Valiant
				Model 54.  C/n 54A-201/500
				917 (c/n 54A-308) to civil registry as N63163.  Converted to Val replica for filming of
					'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  Has become F-AZOL.
				972 (3024 BU) crashed 11 mi SE of Marana AB, Arizona Oct 3, 1944.  Forced landing after engine failure on a
					test flight.  WASP pilot survived the crash, but died at base hospital.
				977 (c/n 54A-368) noted Sep 2005 in derelict condition at China Aviation Museum, Datashang, PRC.
				1050 (c/n 54A-441) to CAA as NC323 
				1066 crashed at Gunther Field, AL Sep 29, 1941. 
40-1110/1360		North American BT-14
				c/n NA58-1655/1905.
				1110 wrecked near Wright Field Sep 7, 1942
				1114 forcelanded 2 1/2 mi S of Wayside, KS Jun 1, 1943
				1155 forcelanded 6 mi E of Fredonia, KS Jun 10, 1943
				1172 crashed 6 mi W of Independence AAF, KS Feb 22, 1943
				1196 crashed 7 mi SW of Cross City, FL May 29, 1943
				1203 crashed 15 mi NW of Tampa, FL May 12, 1943
				1211 missing enroute to Trumbull Bield, CT Mar 31, 1943.
				1214 crashed 2 mi S of Fuques Ranch, CA Dec 10, 1942
				1222 w/o at Sequin, TX Nov 1, 1942
				1236 crashed at Independence AAF, KS May 5, 1943
				1249 crashed 7 mi NE of Elk city, KS Jun 17, 1943
				1276 crashed 12 mi NE of Boeme, TX Feb 2, 1943.
				1284 w/o in landing accident at Krueger Field, TX Jan 7, 1943
				1289 crashed Jun 7, 1942 near Lovington, NM
				1297 w/o in landing accident at Independence AAF, KS Jul 7, 1943
				1335 crashed 1 mi W of Rockport, TX Jan 12, 1943
				1345 w/o at Krueger Field, TX Nov 25, 1943
				1347 crashed 1 1/2 mi N of Dewville, TX Jan 10, 1943
40-1361/1561		Martin B-26 Marauder
				1361 in belly landing at Patterson Field Aug 8, 1941
				1362 (22nd BG, "Betsy") belly landed in a cornfield near Wright Patterson Field,
					OH Aug 8, 1941 after losing an engine.
				1363 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) landing accident at Martin company field, Maryland Mar 20, 1941.  Made wheels up landing 
					at Jackson Field, New Guinea Jun 9, 1942.  Repaired and flown to RAAF Air Depot and to Essendon, Melbourne where it was
					used for administrative flights.
				1364 (22nd BG) nosewheel failure Apr 3, 1941.  Repaired
				1365 (22nd BG) nosewheel failure at Chanute Mar 18, 1941
				1367 crashed Jul 4, 1943 on training mission near Poteet, TX
				1368 (22nd BG) crashed on takeoff at Dobodura, New Guinea Sep 8, 1943.
				1370 (28th CG, 73rd BS) in landing accident in bad weather at King Salmon, Alaska Aug 16, 1942.   Crew killed.
				1371 (22nd BG)
				1372 (22nd BG) nose wheel failure at Langley Field, VA Apr 3, 1941.  Rebuilt and
					passed on to 73rd o4 77th BS.
				1375 (22nd BG) nosewheel failure during landing at Martin factory field Jun 11, 1941.  Nosewheel failure at Langley 
					Field, Virginia Jul 11, 1941.  In accident at Berlin, Marylnd Jun 15, 1942  
				1377 (22nd BG)
				1378 (38th BG, 71st BS) in landing accident at Patterson Field, Ohio Jun 16, 1942.
				1380 (22nd BG) modified as XB-26D.  Bad landing at Longley Field, Virginia Apr 16, 1941. 
				1381 (28th CG, 73rd BS) in landing accident  at Naknek, Alaska Aug 16, 1942.
				1382 (22nd BG)
				1384 (22nd BG)
				1387 (73rd BS) shot down by destroyer off Kiska Oct 16, 1942
				1388 (22nd BG, "Pistol Packing Mamma") scrapped at Brisbane after 82 missions Jan 1944.
				1389 (22nd BG) crashed on landing at Archerfield, Brisbane, Australia Mar 25, 1942.
				1390 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) crashed on takeoff at Reid River, Australia May 15, 1942.  8 killed
				1391 (22nd BG, 408th BS) participated in Battle of Midway.  Landed partial gear up at Midway Island Jun 4, 1942
					and w/o.
				1392 (22nd BG) wheels retracted too soon after takeoff Sep 26, 1942, Port Moresby and w/o.
				1393 (22nd BG, 18th RS) in forced landing at Muroc AB, California when ran out of fueld Dec 12, 1941.
				1394 (22nd BG, 19th BS) destroyed on ground during enemy air attack on Port Moresby, AU Apr 24, 1942.
				1395 (22nd BG, 18 RS) overshot at Wright Patterson Field Aug 20, 1941 due to wet grass,
					broke nose wheel assembly following aborted takeoff.
				1396 (22nd BG) wrecked on takeoff at Savannah, GA Nov 7, 1941 due to engine failure.
				1397 (22nd BG) retained at Hickam Field, Hawaii and crashed on takeoff Oct 1, 1942.
				1398 (22nd BG) crashed on test flight at Hickam Field Apr 1, 1942.
				1399 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) in accident at Langley Field, Virginia Oct 30, 1941. Damaged on ground at Port Moresby 
					by bombs and strafing.  Salvaged.
				1400 (22nd BG, 408th BS) shot down by fighters Apr 18, 1942 in attack on Rabaul.  4 KIA, 3 POW.
					5 KIA, 2 POW also quoted.
				1401 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crash landed at Williamstown NSW Apr 11, 1942.
				1402 (22nd BG, 408th BS) lost May 10, 1942 in attack on enemy shipping near Deboyne Islands.  7 MIA.
				1403 (22nd BG) ran off taxi strip into ditch at Iron Range, Australia Sep 30, 1942.
				1404 (22nd BG) made belly landing at Turnbull Strip after being damaged by AAA while attacking a
					convoy near Finchhafen, New Guinea Jan 6, 1943.
				1405 (22nd BG,408th BS, "Goosie") landed with nosewheel up May 20, 1942 at Garbutt Field, Australia 
				1406 (22nd BG, "Reluctant") ditched near Dobodura during training flight Sep 12, 1943.  3 drowned.
				1407 (22nd BG, 19th BS, "Our Gal") scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944.
				1408 (38th BG, 73rd BS) MIA Cold Bay May 6, 1942
				1409 washed out due to short field, Sydney, Australia Mar 31, 1942.
				1410 (22nd BG, 18th RS) lost tail section at Wright Patterson Field Nov 17, 1941 and crashed 10 mi NW of Springfield, Ohio.
					All aboard killed
				1411 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944.
				1414 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) crashed and burned after runaway prop during takeoff at Langley Field Sep 25, 1941.
				1415 (22nd BG, "Georgia Peach", later "Simba") scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944.
				1416 (22nd BG, 18th RS) got lost and landed on golf course at London, Kentucky Sep 9, 1941.  Disposition unknown.
				1417 (22nd BG) crashed due to to fuel exhaustion en route to Port Moresby Apr 8, 1942.  Crew survived.
				1418 (22nd BG, 408th BS) belly-landed in jungle near Tufi after being hit by AAA during attack in Rabaul Apr 11, 1942.
					Crew survived and made their way back to base, taking 47 days.
				1419 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed landed at sea near Palm Island en route from Port Moresby to Garbutt Field, 
					Australia Apr 21, 1942.  7 killed, one survived.
				1420 (22nd BG, "Murder Inc") crashelanded, nosewheel failure Feb 10, 1943
				1421 (22nd BG, 408th BS) ditched at sea after hit by AAA over Lae, New Guinea Jan 7, 1943.  4 killed, 3 survived.
				1422 (22nd BG) crash-landed at Kukumbuta, New Guinea due to AAA damage Jan 3, 1943.  
				1423 (NACA) in landing accident at Langley Field, Virginia Dec 7, 1941.
				1424 (22nd BG, 408th BS) shot down by flak and fighters in Battle of Midway Jun 4, 1942.
				1425 (22nd BG) in landing accident at Akron Airpor, Ohio Oct 1, 1941
				1426 (22nd BG, 19th BS) damaged during attack on Rabaul May 2, 1942 and forced down in Trobriand Islands
					between Rabaul and New Guinea.  Plane flipped over on its back.  2 of the crew
					killed, other 5 survived and were rescued.  Reported recovered
					from Trobriand Island ca 1974.
				1427 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944.
				1428 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944
				1429 (22nd BG, 19th BS) destroyed on ground during enemy air attack at Port Moresby Apr 24, 1942.
				1430 (22nd BG) scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944
				1431 (22nd BG) ditched after takeoff at Hickam Field, Hawaii Mar 29, 1942.
				1432 (22nd BG) scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944
				1433 (22nd BG) crashed at Iron Range, Australia when tire blew on landing Sep 13, 1942.  1 killed.
				1436 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944
				1437 (22nd BG) w/o due to damage on ground at Port Moresby Aug 17, 1942.
				1438 (22nd BG) disappeared in storm between Canton and Fiji enroute to Australia Mar 25, 1942.  7 missing.
				1439 (22nd BG, 2nd BS, "Avenger") belly landed at Muroc, CA Dec 19, 1941.
				1440 (ACPG DET) in landing accident at Eglin Field, Florida Apr 2, 1942
				1441 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) destroyed on ground by enemy action at Port Moresby Apr 24, 1942.
				1442 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed at sea in Trobriand Islands after being hit by AAA 
					Apr 6, 1942.  1 killed, rest rescued.
				1443 (22nd BG, HQ Sq) crashed on takeoff at Biggs Field, TX Dec 9, 1941.
				1444 (22nd BG) crash landed after being hit by AAA over Salamaua PNG Jul 23, 1943.  1 killed.
				1445 (42nd BG, 77th BS) in forced landing at Walla Walla Airport, Washington Dec 31, 1941.  Ran out of fuel.
					In landing accident with (28th CG, 77th BS0 at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Jun 19, 1942.
				1446 (22nd BG, "Miss Mercury") force landed at Fall River, Milne Bay, PNG after engine fire 
					Dec 19, 1942 and damaged beyond repair.
				1447 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) blew tire on landing at Reid River, Australia Apr 22, 1942 and scavenged for parts.
				1448 (38th BG, 69th BS) in landing accident at Patterson Field, Ohio May 21, 1942
				1451 recovered from Smith River, BC Nov 9, 1971 and to Military
					Aircraft Restoration Group, Chino, CA.  Reported 1972 in
					open storage at Chino.
				1454 (28 CG, 77 BS) in taxiing accident at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Apr 15, 1942.
				1459 crash-landed in British Columbia Jan 16, 1942.  Recovered from
					Smith River, BC Nov 9, 1971 and to Military Aircraft Restoration
					Group, Chino, CA.  Re-registered as N4299K
				   	and under restoration at MAPS Air Museum, Akron, Ohio.
				1462 (22nd BG) broke nose strut while landing at Albuquerque, NM Dec 31, 1941.  In landing accident with ARFC 2 Ftr G 
					5 mi SE of Offutt Field, Nebraska Jul 20, 1942.
				1463 (28 CG, 73rd BS) in landing accident at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Apr 26, 1942.
				1464 crash-landed in British Colombia Jan 16, 1942.  Acquired by David Tallichet for
				  restoration.  Owned by Kermit Weeks as N4297J.  Now in Kermit Weeks' Fantasy of Flight
				  Museum at Polk City, FL.
				1466 crashed at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Jul 29, 1942
				1467 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) shot down by fighters off Lae, New Guine May 28, 1942.  7 killed.
				1468 (22nd BG, 408th BS, "Sad Sack") crashed after midair collision with Zero July 4, 1942 in 
					attack on Lae, New Guinea.  Crew all killed.
				1469 (22nd BG, 2 BS) crashed in storm over Pacific near Palmyra Island enroute to Australia Apr 1, 1942.  4 killed,
					2 survived and were rescued.
				1472 (38th BG, 69th BS) crashed Dec 21, 1941 at Jackson, MS shortly
					after takeoff from Jackson Air Base.  All aboard killed.
				1473 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) crashed on takeoff at Garbutt Field, Australia Apr 21, 1942.  8 killed.
				1474 (22nd BG, 408th BS) ditched May 25, 1942 on attack on Montague Harbor, New Britain.  2 killed, 2 taken POW, 3 rescued.
				1475 (22nd BG, 33rd BS) crashed into mountain Dec 31, 1942 Cajon Pass, CA.  9 killed.
				1476 (22nd BG, "Flying Parson") nosewheel collapsed during ground warmup May 15, 1943.
				1477 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) crashed May 12, 1943 due to muddy strip at Antil Plains, Australia
				1478 (73rd BS) shot down over Gertrude Cove, Kiska Oct 15, 1942
				1480 (22nd BG) crashed near Woodstock, QLD Mar 9, 1943 due to fuel exhaustion.  1 killed.
				1481 (22nd BG, "Dumbo") crashed on takeoff at Reid River, Australia Dec 23, 1942.  Crew OK
				1486 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed on landing after receiving combat damage on raid on Rabaul May 14, 1942.
				1488 (22nd BG) scrapped in Brisbane Jan 1944
				1489 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) buckled fuselage in hard landing at Antil Plans, QLD May 15, 1942.
				1490 (22nd BG) missing in storm near Palmyra Island enroute to Australia Apr 1, 1942.  7 MIA
				1491 (22nd BG) scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944
				1492 (22nd BG, 2nd BS) shot up by fighters during attack on convoy off Buna, New Guinea Aug 13, 1942 and 
					crashlanded in shallow water off Cape Nelson, Porlock Harbor.  1 killed.
				1493 (22nd BG) crashed due to fuel exhaustion at Loloki, PNG Nov 2, 1942.
				1494 (22nd BG, HW Sq) crashed at Muroc Dry Lake, CA Dec 18, 1941 due to icing.  All killed.
				1495 (22nd BG) crashed on takeoff Jan 10, 1943, Port Moresby, PNG.  7 killed, 8 survived
				1496 (22nd BG) crashed near Wu Wu due to fuel exhaustion Jan 10, 1943.  Crew OK
				1497 (22nd BG, 408th BS, "Tailspin Tommy") damaged on ground at Port Moresby by bombs and
					strafing Jul 3, 1942.
				1498 (22nd BG, 19th BS) lost May 9, 1942 near Torlesse Island during attack on Japanese shipping
				1499 (22nd BG, "Walbash Cannonball") scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944   
				1501 crash-landed in British Columbia Jan 16, 1942.  Now under restoration at Empire State
				  	Aerosciences Museum as N4299S.  In 2012 was at Military Aircraft Restoration Corporation, Anaheim, California.
				1503 (22nd BG) wrecked when tire blew on landing at Laliki, PNG Nov 2 ,1942
				1504 (938th BG, HQ Sq) in taxiing accident at Jackson AAB, Mississippi Dec 16, 1941.
				1507 (22nd BG, 19th BS) crashed at Nowra, NSW Jun 1, 1942.
				1508 (22nd BG, "The Virginian") shot down by fighters 30 mi off Salamaua Jun 9, 1942.  8 killed
				1509 (22nd BG, "Ole' Tomato")
				1510 (22nd BG, 408th BS) damaged beyond repair during enemy air raid Port Moresby Jun 9, 1942.
				1515 (22nd BG, "Donald Duck") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944.
				1516 (22nd BG, "Calamity Jane/ "El Valiente"/"Margie") scrapped at Brisbane Jan 1944.
				1517 (22nd BG, "Wabash Cannonball II") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944
				1518 (22nd BG, 408th BS, "Cossack") landed with nosewheel up at Jackson Field, Port Moresby,
					New Guinea
				1521 (22nd BG, 19th BS) ran out of fuel after missing Port Moresby, PNG Aug 7, 1942
				1522 (22nd BG) blew up and burned while being serviced at Garbutt, QLD Jun 4, 1943
				1526 (38th BG, 70th BS) in taxiing accident at Jackson AAB, Mississippi Dec 23, 1941.
				1529 (22nd BG, 408th BS) MIA over Kokoda mountains, New Guinea Dec 17, 1942
				1532 (22nd BG, "Sourpuss") Scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944.  Flew with
					tail of 40-1403.
				1533 (22nd BG) engine cut on landing at Cairns, Queensland and ship went off
					runway into trees and swamp Jul 5, 1943.  Salvaged.
				1534 (22nd BG, 408th BS) crashed during attack by 3 Zeros while landing at Port Moresby
					after strike on Vunakanau Airdrome, Rabaul May 13, 1942.  Tailgunner KIA,
					3 crewmembers injured, rest uninjured.
				1536 (22nd BG, "Boomerang") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944.
				1538 (38th BG, 15th BS) in takeoff crash at Patterson Field, Ohio Jun 4, 1942
				1545 (38th BG, 70th BS) in landing accident at Patterson Field, Ohio May 11, 1942
				1547 (22nd BG, "Blondie's Dream/"Hoosier Miss"/"Red Raider") scrapped at Brisbane,
					Australia Jan 1944.
				1549 (22nd BG, "Kansas Comet II") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944
				1552 (22nd BG, "Rose of San Antone") scrapped at Brisbane, Australia Jan 1944
				1555 (28th CG, 77th BS) in landing accident at Elmendorf Field, Alaska Aug 27, 1942.
				1559 in ground collision Laughlin Field, Del Rio, TX Mar 10, 1943.  2 killed.
40-1562/1741		Stearman PT-13B
				c/n 75-119/75-298
				1571 (c/n 75-128) 
				1583 (c/n 75-140) based at Santiago-Vitacura, Chile as CC-KWZ
				1609 to civil registry as N57444.  On display at Pearson Air Museum,
					WA in US Navy colors.
				1620 converted to PT-13C for night and instrument flying.  
				1633 (c/n 75-190) became NC55389, then N55389, then OO-AME.
					Registered Nov 28, 2006 to By Plane Sarl of Andernos-les-Bains
					as F-HAME.
				1673 (c/n 75-230) on civil registry as N55099.  Displayed at Austrian Aviation Museum at Schwechat Jun 2009.
				1736 (c/n 75-293) became N56397
				1737 (c/n 75-294) became N56402, registration cancelled Aug 4, 1987
					as destroyed. Reregistered N4988G.   Remains must have gone to Sweden, where it has
					been rebuilt and registered SE-BOZ.  Registered VH-JVP Jul 4, 2007.  SE-BOE
					is also registered as c/n 75-294.
40-1742/1891		Stearman PT-17
				c/n 75-299/75-448
				1766 (c/n quoted as 75-273, on Luxemburg registry as 75-323) flying as N8162G.  
					Registration cancelled in Apr 2002 on sale to Luxembourg, where it is 
					now registered as LX-LWK.  There is some opinion that
					this aircraft and PT-13B 40-1677 may have swapped identities, 
					hence the c/n contradiction.
				1783 (c/n 75-340) to N61559.  Restored, active.
				1784 (c/n 75-341) became N58712, then AN-BLL, then N58712 again, then F-AZIP.
				1797 (c/n 75-354) to N69296, airworthy in Germany in USAAC colors
				1809 (c/n 75-366) to RFC, assigned N4610V.  Flew as a duster until 1971.  Still airworthy in 2011
				1818 (c/n 75-375) became N49747.  Sold to owner in Canada Nov 2006.
				1827 (c/n 75-384) restored in Army colors and active as N725FR.
				1840 (c/n 75-397) became N4007B.  Registered Sep 17, 2004 as C-FCDH
				1879 (52 AAFFTD) crashed 5 mi S of Albany, GA Jul 2, 1942
				1885 (c/n 75-442) became N55581, then G-BPTB Mar 22, 1989.  Later
					became OO-JEH.  Sold to owner in France Jul 2006, registered Oct 26, 2006
					as F-AZSN
40-1892/2041		Stearman PT-18
				c/n 75-449/75-598
				1906,1909, and 1934 converted to PT-18A for night and instrument flying.
				1932 to civil registry as N59378
				1974 (c/n 75-531) restored in USAAF colors, active as N49295
				2032 (c/n 75-589) became N61304, then N65D, then G-BPEX Oct 24, 1988, then F-AZGM August 1989.
40-2042/2079		Boeing B-17C Fortress
				c/n 2043/2080
				2042 bailed to Boeing for 2 years before returning to USAAF.  crashed NW of New Albany, Oregon Jan 25, 1943.
					w/o Jan 29, 1943.
				2043 to RAF as Fortress I AN518.  Listed as MIA Bygland, Norway Sep 8, 1941.  Also listed as having been 
					returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942, apparently with serial number 40-2066.  Seen taking off in film 
					"Flying Fortress" which was made after 90 Sqn was taken off ops.
				2044 to RAF as AN519.  MIA Oslo Dec 12, 1943.  SOC Dec 12, 1943.
				2045 (30th BS, 19th BG) shot down by Japanese fighters Dec 10, 1941
					Luzon, Philippines.  First USAAF B-17 lost in actual combat.  Capt Colin P. Kelly killed.
				2046 to Wright field Nov 1940.  To Eglin Air Proving Ground
					May 1942 for testing 2 20-mm cannon in nose.  To RFC at Altus Oct 4, 1945.
				2047 crashed Nov 2, 1941 Georgetown, CA while being ferried from Salt Lake City to McClellan Field near 
					Sacramento, CA.  Of the 9 crew, 8 survived.  Pilot was killed. Wreck still there.
				2048 (19th BG) strafed on ground at Clark Field, Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged
				2049 (38th RS, 11th BG) damaged by Japanese fighters during approach to Bellows Field, Pearl Harbor
					Dec 7, 1941.  Not repaired, and used as spares source.
				2050 (11th BS, 7th BG) overshot landing at McClellan Field Jun 11, 1941.  Salvaged May 6, 1942.
				2051 to RAF as AN520.  SOC Aug 14, 1944, handed over Portland, Oregon
				2052 to RAF as AN521.  With 220 Squadron, abandoned after engine fire near Shallufa Jan 10, 1942.
				2053 to RAF as AN522.  Broke up in midair when flew into heavy cloud near Catterick Bridge, UK Jun 22, 1941.
				2054 (38 RS, 11 BG) was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  Crashed 130 mi off
					Oahu, Hawaii Jun 15, 1942.  MACR 16123.  7 survived, two killed.
				2055 to RAF as AN523.  Damaged by enemy aircraft over Brest, France Aug 16, 1941.
					w/o after crash landing at Roborough, UK.  Freeman has 2055 being AN537.  There is controversy about the
					B-17C identities delivered to RAF.
				2056 to RAF as AN524.  Crashed Aug 21, 1941, and relegated to instructional airfram 3355M Sept 1942.
				2057 to RAF as AN525.  With 90 Squadron, shot down by Bf 109s near Kristiansand, Norway Sep 8, 1941 while on
					mission to bomb the ship Admiral Scheer in Oslo Harbor.
				2058 (7th BG, 9th BS) groundlooped and destroyed by fire at Langley Field, VA Feb 4, 1941.
				2059 w/o Aug 4, 1943.
				2060 to RAF as AN526.  Was code WP-G.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4449M Oct 1942.
				2061 to RAF as AN527.  SOC Sep 15, 1943, w/o Sep 1, 1944.
				2062 (93rd BS, 19th BG) shot down by Japanese fighters 10 mi S of Malang, Java Feb 3, 1942.  7 KIA
				2063 (38th RS, 11th BG) w/o Langley Field May 29, 1943 while on training mission out of Sebring, FL.  It was one of the planes that arrived
					over Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
				2064 to RAF as AN528.  Caught fire on ground at Polebrook, UK Jul 3, 1941.  Salvaged Jul 7, 1941.
				2065 to RAF as AN529.  W/o after forced landing near Fort Maddalena, Libya Nov 8, 1941.
				2066 to RAF as AN530.  Was code WP-F.  Saw action and survived.  SOC Sep 11, 1943.    
					Freeman says that it was AN532 and was returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942 and subsequently burnt out.
				2067 (19th BG) destroyed on ground by strafing at Clark Field, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
				2068 to RAF as AN531.  SOC Jan 17. 1945.  Longest serving B-17 in RAF.
				2069 to RAF as AN532.  Returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942, apparently with serial
					40-2079 (Freeman says it was AN524, returned to USAAF Dec 1, 1942 and
					crashed at Hendricks Jan 3, 1943 and scrapped)
				2070 destroyed on ground by Japanese attack on Hickam Field, Oahu, HI Dec 7, 1941.
				2071 to RAF as AN533.  Shot down by Bf 109s over Norway Sep 6, 1941.
				2072 (19th BG) heavily damaged on Davao mission Dec 25, 1941 and converted into transport.  With 46th 
					Troop Carrier Squadron, 317th Transport Group, crashed Bakers Creek, Queensland, Australia, 
					June 14, 1943 while ferrying troops to New Guinea.  Six crew and 34 GIs killed.  One survived.
				2073 to RAF as AN534.  Broke up in midair due to extreme turbulence over Wilbarston, UK Jul 18, 1941 and crashed.
				2074 (38 RS, 19BG0 was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.  Hit by
					Japanese gunfire while attempting to land at Wheeler Field, setting its
					magnesium flare box on fire.  Fuselage buckled on landing, splitting the
					plane in two.  A flight surgeon on board was killed by strafing fire as he
					tried to scramble away from the burning plane.  The plane was not repaired.
				2075 to RAF as AN535.  With 90 Squadron, damaged by Bf 109s over Norway Sep 8, 1941 and written off in
					crash landing at Kinloss, Scotland.
				2076 to RAF as AN536.  With 206 Squadron, broke up in midair over Shepreth, UK, Jan 9, 1942.
				2077 (c/n 2078) upgraded to B-17D standard Jan 1941.  Strafed on ground by Japanese fighters at
					Hickam Field Dec 7, 1941.  Salvaged Dec 8, 1941.
				2078 crashed Duncan Ford, Texas Oct 11, 1941. Salvaged.
				2079 to RAF as AN537.  Was code WP-L and later code NR-L as seen in a photo over convoy with
					220  Sqn, Coastal Command.  SOC Sep 1, 1944, Freeman says it was 
					AN518 and Returned to USAAF Sept 26, 1943.  W/o Sept 1, 1944.
40-2080/2164		North American AT-6 Texan
				C/n 59-1906/1990
				2082 (c/n 59-1908) with 61 Sch Sqn, crashed 12 mi W of Poteet, TX Nov 11, 1940.
				2083 (c/n 59-1909) with 555BU crashed Nov 26, 1944 2.5 mi SW of New Carlisle, Ohio.  Engine failed on
					night crosscountry flight.  WASP pilot killed.
				2086 (c/n 59-1912) to N59366 then YV-C-DAB
				2091 (c/n 59-1917) with 63rd Sch Sqn crashed 1/2 mi N of Kelly Field, TX Nov 29, 1940.
				2095 (c/n 59-1921) with 63rd Sch Sqn crashed 12 mi SW of Yoakum, TX Aug 6, 1940.
				2097 (c/n 59-1923) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 18th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
				2099 (c/n 59-1925) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 18th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
				2100 (c/n 59-1926) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
				2101 (c/n 59-1927) was at Wheeler Field with HQ, 15th PG on Dec 7, 1941.
				2112 (c/n 59-1938) to civil registry as NC90632, then N90632, currently N6665Y.
				2119 (c/n 59-1945) on civil regisry as N56737.
				2122 to civil registry as NC63625, then N63625.  To USMC Museum, Quantico, VA in 1986.
					Loaned to Minneapolis ANGB, displayed as BC-1 798
				2124 (64 Sch Sqn) damaged in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Jun 7, 1940.
				2128 (61 Sch Sqn) w/o in landing accident at Kelly Field, TX Sep 27, 1940.
				2131 (63rd Sch Sqn) crashed 4 mi N of Nell, TX May 16, 1940.
				2132 (10 ABS) crashed 1 mi W of Campbellsburg, KY Dec 6, 1940
				2133 (c/n 59-1959) attached to 32PS/36PS at Losey Field, PR on Jan 20, 1942 was damaged 
					when upon landing at Arecibo Field, PR when it ground looped and struck a parked P-39D 
					aircraft (41-6870). On Mar 12, 1942 damaged in a landing accident when it nosed up at 
					Losey Field. On Sep 21, 1942 damaged in a ground loop landing accident at Vega Baja, PR. 
					On Jul 15, 1943 while now attached to 30FS/37FG  damaged in a landing accident at Albrook 
					Field in the Canal Zone. On Nov 01, 1943 w/o in a landing accident at Chame #1 Field, Panama.
				2134 (c/n 59-1960) operated by Brazilian AF in Panama but not formally handed over.  With 1o Esquadrao de Caca, damaged in landing accident at La Joya,
					Panama Jun 12, 1944.
				2140 (c/n 59-1966) with 63 Sch Sqn, crashed on takeoff at Kelly Field, TX Oct 4, 1940.
				2141 (c/n 59-1967) crashlanded in 1942 near Bluie West One airbase in southern
					Greenland.  Wreck lay there until 2000 when was recovered
					for rebuild.
				2146 (c/n 59-1972) became NC56666; to Saudi AF Sep 10, 1952
				2147 (c/n 59-1973) crashed into Mt Lowe, CA Jun 23, 1941.  Pilot and
					passenger killed.
				2150 (c/n 59-1976) became NC2596; to Saudi AF Aug 6, 1952
				2157 (2 Staff Sqn) damaged in takeoff accident at Madison, MN Dec 8, 1940.
				2161 (c/n 59-1987)
40-2165/2188		North American B-25 Mitchell
				c/n 62-2834/62-2857
				2165 later modified as company transport.  w/o 1/8/45
				2168 (c/n 62-2837) modified as General Arnold's personal
					transport. later operated by Hughes as N75831.  Sold to
					owner in Mexico in 1962, when it became XB-GOG.  Returned
					to USA in 1969.
					Still airworthy as N2825B by AMPHA as 'Miss Hap'.  Located at American Airpower
					Museum, Long Island, NY.
				2180 assigned to 17th BG, 34th BS.  Either damaged or destroyed in
					accident Mar 31, 1943. 
40-2189/2228		North American B-25A Mitchell
				c/n 62A-2858/62A-2897
				2193 crashed in West Greenwich, RI Apr 3, 1942, killing all 5 onboard.
				2199 crashed Jan 1, 1942 shortly after takeoff into sand pit
					at New Hyde Park, NY.  No survivors.
40-2229/2348		North American B-25B Mitchell
				c/n 62B-2898/62B-3017
				2231 crashed into Lake Apopka, FL Jan 18, 1942.  4 crew killed.
				2236 (c/n 62B-2905) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2227 (c/n 62B-2906) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2242 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 8th aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet.  Mixed crew from 37th BS, 89th Recon Squadron.  Bombed Tokyo, landed 40 mi
					N of Vladivostok Apr 18, 1942.  Crew interned for 13 months, aicraft kept
					by USSR, scrapped in 1950s. 
				2243 destroyed before delivery so it was deleted from the order.
				2245 to Brazil
				2247 (17th BG, 37th BS, "The Avenger") was Doolittle raider.  Was 13th aircraft launched
					from USS Hornet, bombed Yokosuka Naval Yard, ran out of fuel, crew
					bailed out near Poyang Lake North of Nanchang, China Apr 18, 1942
				2249 (17th BG, 89th RS, 432nd BS, "Hari Carrier") was Doolittle raider, mixed 34th BS
					crew.  Was 11th aircraft launched from USS Hornet, bombed Yokohama,
					ran out of fuel, crew bailed out 40 mi NE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942
				2250 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 10th aircraft
					launched from USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed
					out 30 mi N of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
				2255 to Brazil
				2256 (c/n 62B-2925) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2257 (c/n 62B-2926) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2260 (c/n 62B-2929) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2261 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Ruptured Duck") was Doolittle raider.  Was 7th aircraft
					launched from USS Hornet, bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel and ditched on
					coast near Shangchow Apr 18, 1942.
				2263 to Brazil
				2267 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS) "TNT") was Doolittle raider.  Was 15th aircraft launched
					from USS Hornet, bombed Kobe, ran out of fuel, ditched on coast near 
					Shangchow Apr 18 1942
				2268 (17th BG, 34th BS, "The Bat out of Hell") was Doolittle raider.  Was 16th aircraft launced
					from USS Hornet.  Bombed Nagoya, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out S. of Ningpo
					Apr 18, 1942.  All crew taken POW.  Two executed by firing squad Oct 15, 1942.
				2270 (17th BG, 95th BS, "Whiskey Pete") was Doolittle raider.  Was 3rd aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out SE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
					One crewman killed landing in parachute Apr 18, 1942
				2276 (472nd BS, 334th BG) pulled up hard out of dive and wing snapped off Nov 29, 1942.  4 killed.
				2278 (17th BG, 37th BS, "Fickle Finger Of Fate") was Doolittle raider.  Was 12th aircraft launched from 
					USS Hornet.  Bombed Yokohama, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out
					40 mi NE of Chuchow Apr 18, 1942.
				2282 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 4th aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet.  Target was Tokyo, attacked by 4 fighters, gun turret inoperative,
					salvoed bombs, ran out of fuel, crew bailed SE of Shangjao Apr 18, 1942.
				2283 (17th BG, 95th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 5th aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out SE of Chuchow
					Apr 18, 1942.
				2288 to RAF as FK164.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2289 to RAF as FK167.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2291 was damaged Mar 23, 1942 at Eglin AAF on takeoff during training for Doolittle Raid and
					did not make the mission.
				2292 (17th BG, 37th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 2nd aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, bellylanded in rice paddy
					near Ningpo Apr 18, 1942
				2297 (17th BG, 89th RS (432nd BS)) was Doolittle raider.  Was 14th aircraft
					launched from USS Hornet.  Bombed Nagoya, ran out of fuel, crew bailed
					out SE of Shangjao Apr 18, 1942
				2298 (47th BG, 95th BS, "Green Hornet") was Doolittle raider.  Was 6th aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel and ditched in Poyang Lake
					near Nanchang Apr 18, 1942.  2 crewmen drowned, other three taken POW.
					1 executed by firing squad Oct 15, 1942.  Another one died in prison
					Dec 1, 1943.
				2303 (17th BG, 34th BS, "Whirling Dervish") was Doolittle raider.  Was 9th aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew bailed out 80 mi S of
					Nanchang Apr 18, 1942.
				2306 to Brazil
				2309 to Brazil
				2310 to Brazil
				2313 to RAF as FK163.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2314 to RAF as FK170.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2315 to RAF as FK169.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2316 to Brazil
				2317 to RAF as FK173.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2319 to RAF as FK171.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2320 to RAF as FK175.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2322 to RAF as FK172.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2323 to RAF as FK174.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2326 to RAF as FK181.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2327 to RAF as FK180.  Damaged beyond repair Oct 15, 1943
				2328 to RAF as FK166.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2330 to RAF as FK178.  Crashed Jan 12, 1943 prior to delivery to RAF.
				2331 to RAF as FK176.  Crashed on night training flight Delaport, Bahamas Feb 26, 1943
				2332 to RAF as FK179.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2336 to RAF as FK177.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2338 to RAF as FK168.  Retained in Canada
				2339 to RAF as FK165.  SOC May 29, 1943
				2340 to RAF as FK162.  SOC May 31, 1943
				2341 to RAF as FK161.  SOC May 12, 1943
				2343 to RAF as FK182.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2344 (17th BG, 34th BS) was Doolittle raider.  Was 1st aircraft launched from
					USS Hornet, flown by Lt Col James H. Doolittle.  Bombed Tokyo, ran out of fuel, crew
					bailed out 70 mi N of Chuchow.
				2345 to RAF as FK183.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				2347 (c/n 62B-3016) fuselage recovered by Ed Maloney ca 1966 from
					Hollywood studio.  Reported 1989 in storage at Aero Trader, Chino, CA.
40-2349/2368		Consolidated B-24A-CO Liberator
				C/n 1/20.  Diverted to RAF as AM910/AM929.  Prior to their construction, this serial batch was allocated to
				B-24As.  When it was decided to substitute 20 B-24As for 20 LB-30s on the British contract, the planes were given
				British serial numbers and the AAF serials were reallocated to B-24Ds.
					2349 to RAF as AM910.  Used to test AXV radar and 20-mm cannon
						pack.  Crashed on landing at Nutts Corner Apr 13, 1942.
						Nose section lay in Lincolnshire wood until the late 1960s.
					2350 to RAF as AM911.  Engine caught fire on takeoff, undercarriage collapsed
						at Gibraltar May 23, 1943 and DBR
					2351 to RAF as AM912.  Nosewheel collapsed on landing at Boscombe Down May 16, 1941.
						Not repaired and SOC Dec 11, 1941
					2352 to RAF as AM913.  Engine caught fire and fell off, crashed on approach
						at Talbenny Jan 29, 1943
					2353 to RAF as AM914.  NFT Apr 16, 1945.  To transport.  SOC in 
						Canada in 1946
					2354 to RAF as AM915.  Flew into Achinoan Hill in cloud on arrival from
						Canada near Campbeltown, Argyll Sep 1, 1941
					2355 to RAF as AM916.   Sold Aug 19, 1946.  Salvaged Baledo Bridge, 1952
					2356 to RAF as AM917.  Sunk U-338 off Iceland Sep 20, 1943
						with 120 Sqdn.  SOC Mar 12, 1947
					2357 to RAF as AM918.  Later to G-AGDR with BOAC.  Shot down in error over English Channel
						near Plymouth, England Feb 15, 1942.  All 9 aboard killed.  Some databases have G-AGDR being
						AM219 instead, but this appears to be in error.
					2358 to RAF as AM919.  Sank U-258 Apr 20, 1943, sank U-304
						Apr 28, 1943.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Reykjavik Jun 18, 1943.
						Salvaged for spares
					2359 to RAF as AM920. Sank U-254 Dec 8, 1942.  To BOAC as
						G-AHYB Feb 10, 1946.  To Vietnam as F-VNNP Emperor Bao Dai
					2360 to RAF as AM921.  Engine caught fire in air and fell out on landing at Reykjavik
						Jan 9, 1943 and DBR
					2361 to RAF as AM922.  NFT Sep 7, 1944
					2362 to RAF as AM923.  NFT Dec 1944
					2363 to RAF as AM924.  MIA on patrol NW of Hebrides May 28, 1942
					2364 to RAF as AM925.  Crashed on takeoff at Nutts Corner Feb 18, 1942 and DBF
					2365 to RAF as AM926.  Flew into hill in cloud on ferry flight, Dyce-Nutts
						Corner, Ochil Hills near Alva, Clackmannan Dec 10, 1941
					2366 to RAF as AM927. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.  
						To Continental Can Co as N1503, to XC-CAY of
						PEMEX in Mexico until 1959.  Became N12905 "Diamond Lil"
						with Confederate Air Force, later N24927 with Commemorative
						Air Force.  Has been updated to a true B-24 and repainted.
						Now flies as "Ol 927'.
					2367 to RAF as AM928.  Undershot landing and hit sand dunes, Stornoway May 27, 1942
					 	and DBR.  Salvaged for spares
					2368 to RAF as AM929.  Sank U-597 Oct 12, 1942.  Damaged U-89
						Nov 5, 1942.  Sank U-132 Nov 5, 1942.  Sank U-194 
						June Jun 24, 1942.  Sank U-61 Oct 15, 1943.
						Sank U-540 with BZ712 Oct 17, 1943.  Sank
						U-274 Oct 23, 1943.  Engine caught fire and crashed 
						on approach to Dorval and crashed, Simone, Quebec Apr 9, 1945.
				Aircraft of the same serial numbers were eventually delivered to USAAF as B-24D (c/n 7/26) 
					2349 
					2350 to RAF as FK214.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
					2353 (cn 19/CO 11) Delivered to USAAF, assigned to 18BS 34BG at Geiger Field, Spokane, WA. Ground 
						looped on take off, DBR at Geiger Field on Aug 12, 1942.
					2355 (28th BG) interned in USSR Sep 11, 1943.  MACR 12420
					2356 (c/n 22/CO 14) Delivered to USAAF, assigned to 469BS, 333BG at Topeka AAB, KS. 
						Crashed 3mi N of Admire, KS Jan 20, 1943 when the crew bailed out due to a fire onboard.
					2361 (93rd BG, 329th BS) wrecked while taxying at Barksdale AAF, Louisiana Apr 24, 1942
					2365 (404th BS) undershot landing Glen AF, AK.  No injuries.
					2367 force-landed Bechevin Bay, Atka, AK Dec 9, 1942.  During the crash, the rear fuselage broke off
						behind the wings.  Crew survived with only minor injuries, rescued the next day.  Remains in situ
						on Atka Island.  In 1984, assigned N58426 with American Veterans Memorial Museum, CO, but not recovered.
					2368 (61st BS, 39th BG) in ground collision at Davis Monthan Field, AZ Mar 11, 1943.  8 killed.
40-2369/2377		Consolidated B-24A Liberator
				C/n 1/9.  Redesignated RB-24A
				2369 to Consairway.  Salvaged at Kingman, AZ.   Nose section exists
					with Robert Kropp collection, Mesa, AZ.
				2370 shot down by Zero on takeoff during Japanese attack on Broome, Australia Mar 3, 1942
					and crashed into sea about 7 miles off Cable Beach.
					Plane was carrying 33 wounded from Java, 19 of which were killed
					in the crash.  Another source shows this plane as being 40-2374.
				2371 destroyed on the ground at Hickam Field, HI Dec 7, 1941.  First US aircraft to be
					destroyed in WW 2.  This was one of the two planes that had been earmarked
					for a secret flight over Japanese bases on Jaluit and Truk in the South
					Pacific.
				2372 to Consairway.  Burned at Amberley Jul 20, 1943.
				2373 was one of two aircraft used to transport the Harriman Mission
					to Moscow Sep 1941 via the UK.  Destroyed on ground at Broome,
					Australia during Japanese raid Mar 3, 1942.
				2374 (7th BG, 11th BS) destroyed by strafing after Java evacuation Mar 3, 1942.
				2375 to Consairway.  Salvaged at Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 1945.
				2376 was turned over to ATC in 1941, "months before Pearl Harbor", then flew the North Atlantic routes, the Caribbean, North Africa, the 
					Mid East and CBI. Her final missions were in the Southwest Pacific, flying evacuation from the Philippines and the Dutch East Indies.
					The plane was variously known as "Old '76" (presumably early in her career, for the number), "Red Cap" or "Gravy Train" (for carrying 
					a number of VIPs at various times), or "Old Bag of Bolts."  Ditched in lagoon of Ju Island in East Indies after running
					out of fuel attempting to return to Darwin May 5, 1942. 
40-2378/2386		Consolidated B-24C Liberator
				C/n 1/9.  Originally ordered as B-24A.  Redesignated RB-24C
				2382 (98th BG, 344th BS) crashed on landing due to mechanical failure at Barksdale Field, Louisiana Mar 13, 1942.
				2384 was test aircraft at Wright Field/Eglin Field
				2385 was test aircraft at Wright Field.  Crashed at Ft. DIX, NJ at
					unknown date.
				2386 was test aircraft at Wright Field.
40-2387/2416		Ryan PT-20
				c/n 323/338, 340/351.
				2389 (c/n 325) to civil registry as N9651N
				2393 (c/n 329) to civil registry as N9652N
				Many conversions to PT-20A.  Two converted to PT-20B and then reconverted to PT-20A.
40-2417			Cancelled contract
40-2418/2687		Fairchild PT-19
				2475 crashed Apr 17, 1944 6 mi E of Meridian, MS
				2509 (c/n T40-208) at Royal Norwegian AF Museum, Gardermoen.
				2517 (c/n T40-216) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				2526 (c/n T40-225) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				2538 (c/n T40-237).  To civilian market as N58100.  Rebuilt in UK
						and allocated G-BTNY Jun 5, 191 and exported to USA May 10, 1995.  Current as N33870.
				2552 (c/n T40-251) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				2569 (c/n T40-268) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				2573 (c/n T40-272) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				2594 (c/n T40-308).  Now displayed as N119EC in Mid-Atlantic Air Museum, Reading, PA
				2644 (c/n T40-343) Lend-Lease to Mexico
40-2688/2890		Curtiss O-52 Owl
				Model 85.  c/n 14221/14423
				2688 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Nov 28, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff.
					In landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Jun 1, 1942.
				2690 wrecked at North Platt, NB when blew tire on takeoff Jul 14, 1941
				2691 wrecked in belly landing at Patterson Field Jul 25, 1941.  Wrecked at Eglin Field
					when landing gear collapsed Aug 13, 1941
				2696 (c/n 14229) to Brazil for GIA use in mechanics school
				2698 wrecked at Losey Field, PI when wheels Locked in landing Aug 7, 1941.
				2699 dove into sea off Punta Vacia Sep 5, 1941.  Pilot killed
				2703 wrecked in taxiing accident at Bolling Field Apr 2, 1942
				2705 wrecked at Ft Devens, MA
				2707 wrecked at Wheeler-Savk Field, NY Mar 8, 1942.
				2708 wrecked at Ft Devens May 1, 1942.  Wrecked Aug 28, 1942 Philadelphia, PA
				2709 wrecked at State APT, Hillsgrove, Rhode Island Feb 21, 1942.  To N50160.
				2710 wrecked at Wheeler-Sack Field , NY.
				2711 wrecked in forced landing at Knollwood, NC Nov 19, 1941
				2712 wrecked in forced landing at North Campbellton, TX Mar 15, 1942.  Taxiied into by 40-2848
					at Brooks Field, TX May 4, 1942.  To N95459.
				2713 wrecked at Ft Devens APT May 4, 1942.
				2714 wrecked at State Airport, Hisslgrove Dec 21, 1941
				2716 wrecked in takeoff accident at Langley Field, VA Apr 15, 1942
				2720 wrecked in landing accident at Langley Field, VA Jan 10,1942
				2721 wrecked at Wheeler-Sack Field, NY Mar 31, 1942.
				2730 wrecked at Nichols Field Nov 23, 1942 when landing gear collapsed.
				2737 wrecked at Langley Field, VA Feb 24, 1942 when ground-looped during landing
				2738 wrecked S of Pocomoke City, MD when ran out of fuel Feb 17, 1942.
				2739 wrecked at Newark APT Feb 27, 1942.
				2740 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Mar 24, 1943 when fuel pump failed.  Pilot bailed out.
				2742 destroyed by fire Feb 26, 1942 at Fort Dix, NJ.
				2743 to N64583
				2744 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Jun 24, 1942 due to engine failure
					wrecked Nov 1, 1942 due to forced landing
				2745 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX when ground looped on takeoff Mar 14, 1942.
				2746 (c/n 14279) wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Apr 2, 1942.  Noted derelict at
					Chino. Noted dismantled on trailer at Chino Feb 2004, allegedly to
					be moved to Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.  In 2008 was at Pima
					and was mostly restored.  In 2013 was on display at Pima Air And Space Museum.
				2750 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX in landing accident Mar 2, 1942
				2751 wrecked in landing accident at Yturr Field Mar 4, 1942
				2752 wrecked at Esler Field Dec , 1941
				2755 wrecked Dec 1941.  Pilot killed
				2757 wrecked in forced landing South Wrightboro, TX Apr 30, 1942
				2758 wrecked in night landing May 2, 1942, Lacompte, LA
				2759 crashed Sep 2, 1943 NE of Hyder, AZ while flying along railroad tracks and hit semaphore.  2 killed.
				2762 wecked in forced landing at Leesville, LA Nov 6, 1942
				2763 (c/n 14296) noted Jul 2005 at USAF Museum, OH painted as 11907
				2764 condemned Jan 3,1942
				2765 wrecked at Brooksfield, TX Dec 5, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff
				2766 wrecked at Brooks Field Nov 19, 1941 in landing accident
				2767 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Dec 27, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff
					also wrecked when fell into Buchannon Lake, Jan 25, 1942
				2768 wrecked at Yturri Field when failed to lower landing gear Jul 19, 1942.  To N50323.
				2769 (c/n 14302) wrecked at Brooks Field, TX when ground looped during taxiing Jan 10, 1942.  Still flying
					as N61241.  In 2009 was on display at Yanks Air Museum, CA.
				2771 condemned Dec 30, 1941
				2772 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Apr 9, 1942 when ground-looped on takeoff
					Wrecked May 8, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX when ground looped on takeoff.
				2773 wrecked at Brooks Field Nov 19, 1941 in landing accident
				2774 wrecked in forced landing at El Campo, TX Jun 15, 19042
				2775 surveyed Jul 25, 1942
				2778 wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Dec 16, 1941.
				2779 wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX  Mar 30, 1942
				2780 wrecked in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Apr 22, 1942
					Wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX May 25, 1942
				2781 wrecked when ground looped at Brooks Field, TX Dec 19, 1941.
				2782 wrecked when ground looped at takeoff  Dec 9, 1941
				2783 wrecked at Brooks Field Dec 26, 1941 when ground-looped on takeoff.
					In landing accident Jan 22, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
					In ground loope accident at Brooks Field, TX Mayu 22,1942
					Wrecked Jun 2, 1942 at Brooks Field in ground loop
				2785 wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Mar 6, 1942.
				2786 wrecked in takeoff accident at Brooks Field, TX Jan 23, 1942
				2787 wrecked in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Nov 28, 1941.  To N50063.
				2790 to Class 26
				2791 to N50079
				2792 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Dec 18, 1941 in forced landing
				2793 (c/n 14296) at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH
				2794 wrecked when ground-looped on takeoff at Brooks Field, TX Dec 27, 1941
				2798 surveyed Sep 1, 1942
				2799 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX when ground-looped on landing Jul 7, 1942
				2800 wrecked in ground-loop accident at Brooks Field, TX Dec 4, 1941
				2802 Lend-Lease to USSR
				2803 wrecked in ground loop accident at Brooks Field, TX Oct 17, 1941.
				2804 (c/n 14337) wrecked in emergency forced landing Mar 20, 1942 4 mi N of Cross, TX.
					To N50143.  With Walter Soplata collection, registration not current.
				2806 wrecked at Brooks Field, TX Feb 3, 1942
				2808/2836 Lend-Lease to USSR
				2837 condemned May 4, 1942
				2838 nosed over on takeoff at Brooks Field, TX Jan 23, 1942.
					Crashed into pole, then burned, Oct 276, 1942 at Brooks Field, TX
				2839 nosed up on landing at Otis Field, MA Feb 13, 1942.  Ground looped on takeoff May 30, 1942,
					Ft Devins, MA.
				2840 crashed Pine Camp, NY May 31, 1942.  2 crew killed.
				2842 wrecked at Hyannis APT, MA Feb 20 1942.  w/o at Bithlo, FLA Mar 3, 1942.
				2845 in forced landing Jan 28, 1942 S of Brooks Field, TX
				2846 in landing accident at Brooks Field, TX Feb 27, 1942.
				2848 taxiied into 40-2712 at Brooks Field May 4, 1942.
				2850 wrecked at Fort Knox, KY when stalled on circling Jan 3,1942
				2851 wrecked Jan 3, 1942 at Fort Knox, KY.  Pilot killed.
				2853 damaged at Savannah Army Air Base, GA Feb 21, 1942 when ground
					looped on landing.  Wrecked at Desert Center, CA when ground-looped while taxiing May 1, 1943.
				2855 wrecked at Miami MAP in landing accident Feb 3, 1942
					wrecked in landing accident at Biggs Field, TX Mar 16, 1943
				2856 wrecked due to engine failure Jan 21, 1942
				2857 wrecked at Lawson Field, GA when tire blew on landing Feb 3, 1942
				2858 wrecked Dec 21, 1941 at Wheeler-Sack Field, New York when landing gear collapsed on landing
					Wrecked Sep 11, 1942 during forced landing at College Park, Maryland
				2860 nosed over on landing at Wheeler Sack Field, NY Feb 26, 1942
				2862 condemned Jan 1, 1942
				2866 wrecked at Salinas Army Air Base, CA Feb 11, 1942.
				2869 crew bailed out Jan 2, 1942
				2871 engine failed, emergency landing Jan 17, 1942.
				2875 in takeoff accident Apr 22, 1942, Ellington Field, TX
				2877 in landing accident at Esler Field, H. C.
				2878 crashed and burned Aug 8, 1942, Camp Davis, NC.  Pilot killed.
				2879 wrecked at Langley Field, VA Dec 29, 1941
				2885 wrecked at Hyannis APT, MA Mar 13, 1942
40-2891/2970		Republic P-43A Lancer
				2895, 2897, 2898, 2899, 2911, 2912, 2915, 2919, 2933,
					2940, 2949, 2950, 2951, 2954 converted to P-43B
					reconnaissance version.
				2894 and 2897 converted to P-43C recon version.
				2891 crashed at Wright Field, OH Nov 6, 1943
40-2971/2990		Bell P-39C-BE Airacobra
				2981, 2983 and 2984 to RAF as Airacobra I DS173/DS175
					DS173 no record of fate
					DS174 SOC Oct 28, 1942
					DS175 SOC Jan 7, 1944
40-2991/3050		Bell P-39D-BE Airacobra
				Originally ordered as P-39C
				3017 to RAAF as A53-8.  W/o in accident Mar 30, 1943, converted to components 
					and returned to USAAF
				3025 modified to P-39D-3 reconnaissance configuration.
				3035 to RAAF as A53-9.  Returned to USAAF in 1943.
40-3051			Republic XP-47 Thunderbolt
				Order converted to XP-47B.  Crashed into Long Island Sound Aug 8, 1942, pilot bailed out successfully.  The
				crash was kept secret as the aircraft was new design.
40-3052			Republic XP-47A Thunderbolt
				Order cancelled.
40-3053			Curtiss XP-46
				Model 86.  First flight Feb 15, 1941.
40-3054			Curtiss XP-46A
				Model 86.  Ordered as XP-46 but to save time was delivered without armament or radio as XP-46A
40-3055			Lockheed XP-49
40-3056			North American XB-28 
				c/n 63-2233
40-3057			Grumman XP-50 Skyrocket
				Model G-45. C/n 643.  Crashed into Long Island Sound during test flight May 14, 1941.  Pilot bailed out.
40-3058			North American XB-28A
				C/n 67-3417.  Crashed into Pacific Ocean off California Aug 4, 1943 after
					the crew bailed out.
40-3059/3100		Boeing B-17D Fortress
				c/n 2087/2128
				3059 (19th BG) destroyed on ground at Clark Field, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged
				3060 (11th BG) destroyed on ground by Japanese attack at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec, 7, 1941.
				3061 (11th BG, 21st BS) destroyed at Malang, Java Feb 28, 1942.  Repaired by Japanese and flown to
					Japan for evaluation.
				3062 (19th BG) destroyed by strafing at Pasiran, Java Feb 22, 1942
				3063 (19th BG) collided with P-40 at Clark Field, Philippines Dec 10, 1941.  Salvaged
				3064 (19th BG) crashed overshooting strip at Malang, Java Jan 17, 1942.  Crew survived.
				3065 (953 TFTS) damaged when bellied in 9 mi NE of Lebanon, Idaho Mar 26, 1943.  Transferred to
					93rd Advanced training Group Apr 4, 1943.  To RFC May 11, 1945.
				3066 (19th BG) strafed at Pasirian, Java Feb 22, 1942
				3067 crashed on takeoff from Batchelor Field, N. T. Australia Jan 28, 1942.
				3068 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
				3069 (19th BG) strafed on ground at Clark Field, Philppines Feb 22, 1942.  Parts used by Japanese for a
					B-17D reconstruction.
				3070 (19th BG) strafed at Pasirian, Java Feb 22, 1942, salvaged
				3071 (5th BG) destroyed at Hickam Field, Dec 7, 1941
				3072 (19th BG) strafed at Pasirian, Java Feb 22, 1942, salvaged
				3073 (c/n 2101) assigned to 19th BG at Del Monte Field, Philippines.  
					Attacked by enemy fighters and force landed in center of rice
					paddy on Masbate Island Dec 14, 1941.  Later destroyed by Japanese strafing.
				3074 (19th BG) strafed and burned at Singoaasri, Java Feb 3, 1942.
				3075 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
				3076 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.
				3077 (11th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
				3078 (19th BG) strafed and burned on ground at Singoaasri, Java Feb 3, 1942
				3079 (19th BG) crashlanded and wrecked Daly Waters Northern Territory, Australia
					Mar 14, 1942.  One crew member killed.
				3080 (5th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
				3081 (11th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.
				3082 (5th BG) in taxi accident at Lockbourn Mar 3, 1943.  To New Haven Jul 15, 1943.  W/o Jul 19, 1943.
				3083 (11th BG) destroyed on ground at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941
				3084 (11th BG) w/o Oct 16, 1943. 
				3085 (5th BG) w/o Jul 21, 1943 with 23rd BS, 5th BG.
				3086 (19th BG) ditched off Zamboanga Dec 10, 1941.
				3087 (19th BG) damaged in ground accident at Del Monte Dec 12, 1941, salvaged.
				3088 (19th BG) strafed on ground at Clark AB Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged
				3089 (394th BS, 5th BG) lost Oct 2, 1942 due to mechanical trouble on routine flight of Bellows Field.  
					All 9 crew killed.  MACR 802 and 900.  This plane is often listed as the plane lost at sea 
					(431th BS, 11th BG) Oct 21, 1942, central Pacific, with the World War 
					1 ace Edward V. Rickenbacker being aboard.  Rickenbacker and crew were rescued by Navy planes 24 days later.  
					MACR 16348 was written after the war and does not list the serial number of the plane or give the date of loss.
				3090 (c/n 2118) damaged at Hickam Field, Hawaii Dec 7, 1941.   w/o in accident Sep 11, 1942 at Kualon Field, HI
				3091 (19th BG) damaged in Philippines Dec 10, 1941.  Flown to Australia but considered
					uneconomical to repair and converted to components.  The tail was used on *The Swooze*
				3092 (5th BG) crashed Newark, New Jersey Jul 15, 1943.  Salvaged.  Ended up as trainer at Yale University 1944-45
				3093 (19th BG) strafed at Del Monte Dec 19, 1941.  Salvaged
				3094 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941, salvaged.
				3095 (11th BG, 61st BS) wrecked at Clark Field Dec 8, 1941 and restored to flyable status by Japanese.
				3096 (19th BG) suffered battle damage in mission to Legaspi Dec 14, 1941 and crashlanded Cagayan, Mindanao
					and almost burned out.
				3097 (19th BG, *Swoose*) only known US military aircraft to have flown a combat mission
					on the first day of US entry into WW II and to remain in continuous military
					flying service throughout the conflict.  Original user was 19th BG.  After bombing raids against the 
					Japanese in Java, 40-3097 survived the Philippines campaign to be used as the personal VIP transport of the 
					Panama Canal Department/Caribbean Defense Command Flight Section CO and was flown all over Latin America.
					It then became a ground training air frame for New Haven cadets.  Throughout the war, it was continually
					rebuilt with wreckage of other B-17s and kept on flying in SW Pacific.  Later assigned
					as personal transport of Gen George Brett.  At end of war, consigned to Kingman, AZ for
					scrapping, but was saved by Frank Kurtz, its wartime pilot, who arranged for the
					city of Los Angeles to accept it as a war memorial.  On April 6, 1946, Kurtz flew the 
					airplane to Mines Field, the Los Angeles municipal airport. Among his passengers were 
					the mayor of Los Angeles and Mrs. Kurtz. Following acceptance ceremonies, airport 
					personnel stored the B-17 inside a hangar.  Plan for war memorial fell through and
					Frank Kurtz arranged for the National Air Museum to acquire the aircraft.  Kurtz
					flew the plane in May 1948 to the old C-54 assembly plant at Park Ridge, IL for storage.  
					In June 1950 the USAF claimed the Park Ridge facility for military use, and the Smithsonian
					officials abandoned the hangar.  On Jan 18, 1952, an Air Force crew flew the plane to
					Pyote, TX for storage.  Flown to Andrews AFB, MD Dec 3, 1953 and stored outdoors there
					for six years.  In April 1961, the plane was trucked to the Paul Garber Preservation,
					Restoration, and Storage Facility at Silver Hill, MD.  Is to be restored and put on display
					at Smithsonian museum at Dulles Airport, Washington.  Fuselage moved by truck to
					USAF Museum Jul 11, 2008 for restoration.  Wings will follow later.
				3098 (19th BG) in ground accident at Del Monte Dec 12, 1941, salvaged.
				3099 (19th BG) strafed at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 8, 1941.  Salvaged.
				3100 (19th BG) in ground accident at Clark AB, Philippines Dec 9, 1941.  Salvaged.
40-3101/3142		Stinson L-1 Vigilant
				3102 became N63230.  In 1973 was part of the Tallmantz collection at Orange County Airport, California.
					Reported in 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiani, FL.  May 2006 reported to be under restoration
					at Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL.
				3108 crashed into Grays Harbor, WA near Koon Island on routine anti-submarine patrol mission.
				3110 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK929.  Originally allocated FR403	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert Air Force Communications Flight
				3122 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK928.  Originally allocated FR402	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert Air Force Communications Flight
				3126 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK927.  Originally allocated FR401	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert Air Force Communications Flight
				3128 Lend-Lease to RAF as HK930.  Originally allocated FR404	Delivered to Middle East for use by the Desert Air Force Communications Flight
				3141 in l987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
40-3143/3162		Douglas A-20A Havoc
				3143 crashed into Puget Sound S of Ketron Island, WA May 8, 1942.  All 3 crew killed.
			 	3159 to RAAF as A28-40 11/43.  W/o at Townsville, Queensland, Australia Dec 30, 1942.  Converted to components 04/45.
				3160 to RAAF as A28-34 11/43.  Converted to components 04/45.