1941 USAAF Serial Numbers (41-1 to 41-6721)


Last revised September 24, 2022


41-001			Platt-LePage XR-1
				Model PL-3.  Was first American military helicopter to take off and hover with good control
					Tested at Wright Field throughtout the war.  Last flight Jun 21, 1946.  Given to Smithsonian Institution.
					In storage at NASM Garber facility bldg. 7, Suitland, MD
41-002/003		Boeing XB-29 Superfortress
				MSN 2482, 2481
				002 Named ‘The Flying Guinea Pig’.   First flight Sep 21, 1942.  Flown 30Aug43 from Seattle to Wichita as part 
					of the effort to expand the production and test flight programme. Returned to Seattle by end of 1943.
  					Scrapped May 11, 1948.
				003 first flight Dec 28, 1942.  Crashed into Frye slaughterhouse and meat processing plant
					in Seattle Feb 18, 1943 after inflight fire. Eddie Allen, Bob
					Dansfield, 9 other crew, 22 in building and one city fireman
					were killed.
41-004			Tucker XP-57
				Contract cancelled.  Aircraft never built due to financial probmems at Tucker Aviation.
					Number supposedly reissued to Douglas XB-31 (Model 332), which was also cancelled.  But there is
					no official record of the serial number 41-004 being re-used for the Douglas XB-31, because 
					the USAAF had rejected the XB-31 and XB-30 in favor of the B-29 and B-32 (the desktop model 
					of the Douglas Model 423 bomber design for the B-36 competition bears the fake serial “41-004” 
					on the tail fin and it was common practice for manufacturers to create fake serial numbers 
					on the fins of mockups and desktop models of aircraft designs). 
41-005/037		Cessna AT-8
				MSN 1030/1062
				006 w/o Aug 16, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
				009 w/o Jul 1, 1941 at Barksdale Field, LA
				010 w/o Aug 28, 1942 at Demopolis, AL
				012 w/o Oct 23, 1942 at Starkville, MS
				013 w/o Jan 8, 1942 at Rayville, LA
				014 w/o Apr 10, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				015 w/o Apr 16, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				017 w/o Jul 29, 1941 at Waskom, TX
				018 w/o Nov 30, 1942 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
				019 w/o Jul 29, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				020 w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Vernon, TX
				021 w/o Jul 8, 1941 at Henderson, TX
				025 w/o Mar 31, 1942 at Kaye Field, MS
				029 w/o Nov 18, 1942 at Shaw Field, SC
				Plane marked as 41-030 flying as N30L, but it is actually a UC-78, USAF serial number 42-58281.  I saw this
					plane at Freedom Flight, Aurora, Ill 8-5-95.
				031 w/o Jun 9, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				032 w/o Mar 23, 1942 at Kaye Field, MS
				033 w/o Sep 1, 1941 at Woodlawn, TX
				034 w/o Jun 25, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				036 w/o Mar 19, 1942 at Key Field, MS
				037 w/o Jul 20, 1942 at NAAF Newport, AR
41-038/039		North American XP-51 Mustang
				MSN 73-3101,3107.  Fourth and tenth NA-73 for RAF (AG348, AG354) diverted to USAAF.
				038 (MSN 73-3101) was originally allocated to RAF as AG348 but was not delivered.
					The serial AG348 was reallocated to NA-73 Mustang I MSN 73-3100 which
					was a direct purchase by RAF that did not have USAAF serial.  Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Dec 28, 1941 to Nov 2, 1942.
					Assigned to Wright Field, Ohio.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Jan 11, 1944 to Jul 25, 1945.
					Assigned to Freeman Field, IN.  US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for 
					proposed USAAF aviation museum. Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
					Went to NASM in 1950, first to Park Ridge, IL then to Silver
					Hill, MD.  To EAA Aviation Foundation of Oshkosh, WI in 1975, registered
					as N51NA.
				039 (MSN 73-3107) assigned to Woodrum Field, Roanoke, VA.
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia  Mar 9, 1943 to Jan 15, 1944.
					Surveyed for ALD test Jan 15, 1944.
41-040/139		Fairchild PT-19A-FA
				043 (MSN T41-432) w/o Jun 11, 1941 at Cimmaron Field, OK
				045 (MSN T41-434) w/o Dec 17, 1941 at Cimmaron Field, OK
				050 (MSN T41-439) w/o Jul 29, 1941 at Grider Field, AR
				057 (MSN T41-446) w/o Oct 22, 1941 at Beaton AAAF, TX
				061 (MSN T41-450) w/o Jun 13, 1944 at Kewanee AAAF, MO
				065 (MSN T41-454) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Broken Arrow, OK
				066 (MSN T41-455) w/o Apr 3, 1943 at Tulsa AAAF #7, OK
				070 (MSN T41-459) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Bertrand Field, MO
				071 (MSN T41-460) w/o Aug 19, 1942 at Sikeston, MO
				073 (MSN T41-462) w/o Jul 18, 1941 at Gillett AR
				076 (MSN T41-465) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Hatbox Field, OK
				084 (MSN T41-473) w/o Apr 9, 1944 at Corsicana, TX
				087 (MSN T41-476) w/o Jul 28, 1942 at Corsicana, TX
				088 (MSN T41-477) w/o Jun 30, 1943 at Corsicana, TX
				090 (MSN T41-479) w/o Jan 11, 1943 at Corsicana AAAF 4, TX
				092 (MSN T41-481) w/o Aug 17, 1943 at Satellite Field, TX
				093 (MSN T41-482) w/o Feb 1, 1944 at Corsicana AAAF #2, TX
				097 (MSN T41-486) w/o Apr 27, 1943 at Ft Stockton, TX
				098 (MSN T41-487) w/o May 12, 1941 at Hicks Field, TX
				103 (MSN T41-492) w/o Feb 12, 1942 at Arledge Field, TX
				104 (MSN T41-493) w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
				106 (MSN T41-495) w/o Feb 15, 1944 at Alamagordo AAF, NM
				107 (MSN T41-496) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
				110 (MSN T41-499) w/o Dec 8, 1941 at Muskogee, OK
				113 (MSN T41-502) to Norwegian AF
				123 (MSN T41-512) w/o Jul 30, 1942 at Ironton, MO
				128 (MSN T41-517) w/o Oct 22, 1942 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
				130 (MSN T41-519) w/o Feb 9, 1943 at Kewanee, MO
				133 (MSN T41-522) w/o Jul 6, 1943 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO
				135 (MSN T41-524) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at El Reno, OK
				138 (MSN T41-527) w/o Jul 15, 1943 at Piedmont AAAF, MO 
41-140			Curtiss XP-53
				Cancelled contract
41-141/142		Consolidated XB-32 Dominator
				Consolidated Model 34
				141 First flight 7Sep42 at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA. Force landed after twenty minutes with 
					severe tail flutter at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA 7Sep42. Crashed with a wing flap 
					malfunction on takeoff from Lindbergh Field, California 10May43, killing Consolidated’s senior pilot.
 				142 First flight 2Jul43 at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA. Muroc Field, CA for load testing and evaluation. 
					At the end of testing, the aircraft was dismantled and delivered to the USAAF for storage 
					in San Diego. Reclaimed 21Jan46
41-143/148		Stinson YO-54
				Stinson 105 Voyager
				143 (MSN 7249) Registered as F-BESY. Registered in Saarland as SL-AAN. Registered 20Aug59 as D-EMUB.
				144 (MSN 7250) w/o Dec 11, 1940 at Blakely, GA
41-149/665		North American AT-6A-NA Texan
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				149/173 MSN 77-3958/3982
					149 (MSN 77-3958) Bailed to Virginia Lincoln Corporation Jan43; used for the 
						development of laminated plastic experimental aircraft parts, including a proposed 
						plastic rear fuselage for AT-6C production. 568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational 
						Training Unit, Air Transport Command, Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Mauldin Airport, Brownsville, TX 30Apr44. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						Piper Cub NC35436 at Mauldin Airport, Brownsville, TX 8Aug44. Registered 1946 as NC67215; cancelled. 
					150 (MSN 77-3959) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton 
						Field, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-270 taxying at Stockton Field 
						15Sep41. 35th Flying Training Wing, Minter Field, Shafter, CA; code L-201. 
						351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-15905 taxying at Las Vegas Field 
						15May43. War Assets Administration Dec46. Registered as NC68271. Northrop 
						Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 3Mar48. 
						Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					151 (MSN 77-3960) 374th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. Damaged in a collision with Vultee BT-15 Valiant 
						41-10310 landing at Stockton Field 25Nov42.
					152 (MSN 77-3961) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 326th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 10Jun43. 51st Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged taxying at Las Vegas 
						Field 13Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15906 and crash landed three miles 
						west of Coolidge, AZ 22Feb44. Registered 1946 as NC68290. Northrop Aircraft Inc, 
						Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.3Mar48. Philippine 
						Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					153 (MSN 77-3962) 1941: TOS USAAC. Assigned to 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA.
						81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton 
						Field, CA. Damaged when nosed over landing at Redding Field, CA 10Sep42. 
						Registered 1966 as N94444. Oshkosh 1977 Grand Champion. Registered as a North 
						American-Victoria AT-6A; expired 17Nov09, N94444 cancelled 11Sep13. Registration restored 
						30Jan19; current [Feb20]. 3/12/20: American Heritage Aviation Inc, Peachtree City, GA.
						4/20: Aircraft restored and flown to Peachtree City 
					154 (MSN 77-3963) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton 
						Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Stockton Field 10Mar41. 333rd School Squadron (Navigator 
						School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged taxying at Stockton Field, CA 21Aug41. 
						545th School Squadron (Basic Flying School), Gardner Field, Taft, CA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Gardner Field 7May42. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 12Dec44. Registered 1948 as NC9176H; 
						N9176H; cancelled. 
					155 (MSN 77-3964) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Stockton Field 6Jan41
					156 (MSN 77-3965) 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), 
						Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckley Field 22May44. 
						3705th Base Unit (Technical School), Lowry Field, Denver, CO. Damaged landing at Lowry 
						Field 30Dec44. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54835; N54835. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Cancelled 19Jul49 [Export C of A issued 11Jul49]. Government of Pakistan Jul49. 
						Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					157 (MSN 77-3966) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 10Jan41. 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying 
						School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when nosed over landing at Lemoore Auxiliary Field, 
						Corcoran, CA 1Jul42. Advanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-191 taxying at Sacramento Municipal Airport, CA 3Jan43. 
						335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, CA. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Mather Field 2Mar43. 958th Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Hobbs Field, NM. Destroyed by fire landing at Camp Hood, TX 1Oct43.
					158 (MSN 77-3967) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-489 during take-off from Stockton Field 20Aug41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 21Jan42.
					159 (MSN 77-3968) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Mather Field, CA 13Mar41. Provisional Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Naples Field, FL. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control ten miles north of 
						Naples Field 4Mar44 (2KIS). The pilot and observer were carrying out a simulated strafing 
						mission on troops in a bivouac area north of Naples Field. The aircraft had made two attacks 
						when the pilot then began to buzz the troops at a dangerously low altitude. On the final pass 
						the plane pulled up sharply, stalled at about 300 feet and plunged to the ground nose first 
						killing both occupants. The observer had been the student pilot who crashed into a Boeing 
						B-17 bomber when flying AT-6A, 41-361 on 22Jan44.
					160 (MSN 77-3969) Registered 1946 as NC62703; N62703. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49.
						To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					161 (MSN 77-3970) 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 10Feb42. 568th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 
						41-234 taxying at Las Vegas Field 20Nov42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 21Jan44.
					162 (MSN 77-3971) 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-194 when taxying at Kingman Field 30Jun43. 
						H Squadron, 110th Base Unit (Staging), First Air Force, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY. 
						Damaged landing at Mitchel Field 24Mar45.
					163 (MSN 77-3972) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 12Sep42. 1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Kingman Field 9Jun43. 950th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Yuma Field 29Apr44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged landing at Merced Field 30Dec44.
					164 (MSN 77-3973) 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 2Apr41. 99th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Crash landed after engine failure at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 14May43. Damaged 
						taxying at Austwell CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 4Feb44. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed on fire at Foster Field 15Feb45.
					165 (MSN 77-3974) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.  
						W/o Jan 3, 1941 at Kelly Field, TX, pilot killed.
					166 (MSN 77-3975) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-638 when taxying at Kelly Field 3Sep41. 
						Damaged between Dallas and San Antonio, TX 21Sep41. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with BC-1 38-420 at Kelly Field 16Apr42. 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
						Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 26Sep42. 
					167 (MSN 77-3976) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 31Oct41. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Kelly Field 28Feb42. 390th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 3Oct42. 513th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						Republic P-43 Lancer 41-6679 when taxying at Foster Field 23Nov42. 2138th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig 
						Field 16Jun45. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6D 42-85548 four miles southwest 
						of Selma, AL 25Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC60708; N60708. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY 1950. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central 
						Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
						Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16226. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 3Apr52. F 11 Wing, 
						Nyköping. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 1956. SOC 3May57. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Arrived in Argentina 1957. Naval Aviation Command 
						Argentine Navy / Comando de Aviación Naval (COAN) de la Armada Argentina 11Jun59 as 0446. 
						Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 1-E-222. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code EAN-238. Paraguayan Naval Aviation / Aviación Naval Paraguaya 25Nov69 as 446, 
						later 266. WFU 1979. Exhibited as gate guard at Puerto Sajonia, Asunción. Sold in USA 1989. 
					168 (MSN 77-3977) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16536 four miles south of Moore Field 3Nov42.
					169 (MSN 77-3978) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 29Apr41. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Force landed after engine failure at 
						Kelly Field 24Jun41. 505th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Accident after engine failure taking off from Moore Field 3Apr42.
					170 (MSN 77-3979) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 23Jan42. Squadron C, 
						3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged by structural 
						failure ten miles northwest of Rantoul, IL 1May45. 
					171 (MSN 77-3980) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged landing at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, 
						TX 28Oct43. Squadron C, 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, 
						San Angelo, TX. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Field 6Jan45. Ground looped at Goodfellow 
						Field 30Jan45. Damaged landing at Goodfellow Auxiliary Field #5, Pullium, TX 13Mar45. 
					172 (MSN 77-3981) 61st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Kelly Field 10Mar41. 81st Materiel Squadron, Victoria Field, TX. 
						Damaged fifteen miles west of Victoria 16Oct41. 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, 
						Single Engine), Victoria Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Victoria Field 1Nov41. 
					173 (MSN 77-3982) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 2Sep43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 23Feb44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Craig Field 
						11Dec44. Registered 27Mar47 as NC73544; N73544; cancelled 13Feb51. Charles H. Babb 
						Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central 
						Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska 
						Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16241. F 14 Wing, Halmstad 15Jul52. SOC 12Dec57. 
						A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
				174/323 MSN 77-4133/4282.  The following MSNs are from Hagedorn.  One reference has 174/665 being MSN 77-4133/4624
					174 (MSN 77-4133) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Crashed after fuel exhaustion and the pilot bailed out at Katy, twenty-eight miles west of 
						Houston, TX 11Jun42
					175 (MSN 77-4134)
					176 (MSN 77-4135) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 40-2088 at Kelly Field 17Nov41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 17Jan42. 
					177 (MSN 77-4136) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 21Aug41. 
					178 (MSN 77-4137) 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in a ground collision with BC-1 38-428 at Kelly Field 14Jan41. 63rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 10Oct41. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 18Nov41. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Kelly Field 28Jan42. Damaged landing at Kelly Field, TX 16Mar42. Damaged 
						when nosed over when taxying at Kelly Field 15Apr42. 828th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Eagle Pass Field 13Mar43. Registered 1946 as NC67701; N67701. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-61/93. 
					179 (MSN 77-4138) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Field 22May41. 
					180 (MSN 77-4139) 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot became lost and 
						bailed out two miles northwest of Falfurrias, TX 27Oct42.
					181 (MSN 77-4140) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-454 when taxying at Kelly Field 4Apr41. 63rd Two Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over when 
						taxying at Kelly Field 15Sep42. Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 
						14Oct42. Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 20Jan43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 
						2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in an accident with parked 
						AT-6B 41-17093 and AT-6C 41-32305 at Eagle Pass Field, TX 22Nov43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Laredo Field 28Mar44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged by structural failure at Craig Field 1Mar45. American 
						Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
						26Nov47 as 1491. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
					182 (MSN 77-4141) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), Kaufman 
						County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident ten miles northwest of Terrell, TX 6Aug45. Registered 
						15Apr46 as NC90639. Appeared in the movie “State of the Union” [1948]. Northrop Aircraft Inc, 
						Hawthorne, CA 1948. Registration cancelled 13Feb48 on export to Philippines. Government 
						of the Republic of the Philippines c.3Feb48. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas.
					183 (MSN 77-4142) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Laredo Field, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-476 at El Indio, TX 12Nov43 (2KIS).
					184 (MSN 77-4143) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged taxying at Stockton Field 26Jun41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 
						9Sep41. 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Crashed when the 
						pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-186 ten miles southwest of Stockton Field 20Feb42.
					185 (MSN 77-4144) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Stockton Field 25Feb41. 50th School Squadron (Gunnery School), 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Fatal accident after structural failure in bad weather and crashed 
						three miles northwest of Goodsprings, NV 25Mar42 (1KIS).
					186 (MSN 77-4145) 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-184 ten miles southwest of Stockton Field 
						20Feb42. 364th Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, Santa Rosa Field, CA. Damaged 
						taxying at Santa Rosa Field 7Jun43. Fatal crash after structural failure three miles southeast of 
						Fulton, CA 26Jun43 (2KIS). 
					187 (MSN 77-4146) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Stockton Field 1Apr41. 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
						Stockton Field, CA. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16500 landing at Stockton Field 28Aug42.
					188 (MSN 77-4147) 335th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Mather Field 7Mar43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 19Feb44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 17May44. 3011th Base Unit, 
						Ajo Field, AZ. Crashed landing at Ajo Field 5Mar45 (2KIS).
					189 (MSN 77-4148) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA 18Aug41. 
						377th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Substantially 
						damaged when nosed over landing at Stockton Field 26Feb42. 81st School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Force landed after engine failure six miles 
						southwest of Stockton Field 22Jun42. Squadron C, 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 28Apr45. Registered 1946 as 
						NC57459; N57459. The Babb Co., Inc., Glendale, CA 1946. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
						To Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50. WFU. 
					190 (MSN 77-4149) 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 11Aug42. Damaged when nosed over landing 
						at Stockton Field 7Sep42. 
					191 (MSN 77-4150) dvanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision 
						T-6A 41-157 taxying at Sacramento Municipal Airport, CA 3Jan43. Damaged in collision 
						T-6A 41-15913 taxying at Mather Field 25Jan43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Coolidge, AZ 22Mar44.
					192 (MSN 77-4151) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 20Jun41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton 
						Field 29Dec41. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-313 when taxying at Yucca Field, AZ 25Aug43. 533rd Two Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams Field 18Jan44 and 11Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Field 9Nov44. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Coronado, Red Rock, AZ 18Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC63087; cancelled. 
					193 (MSN 77-4152) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, New Jerusalem, Tracy, CA 7Aug41.
					194 (MSN 77-4153) 1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-162 when taxying at Kingman Field 30Jun43. 
						1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Kingman Field 21Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 14Nov43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Fatal crash when the pilot bailed out after losing control two miles 
						north of Florence prisoner of war camp, AZ 20Jun44 (1KIS).
					195 (MSN 77-4154) 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Personnel injury when taxying at Kingman Field 2Sep43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Williams Field 27Sep44. Registered 1946 as NC63866; cancelled. 
					196 (MSN 77-4155) 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 18Apr42.
					197 (MSN 77-4156) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #4, Modesto, CA 
						19Dec41. Advanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged landing 
						at Victorville Auxiliary Field #1, Hawes, CA 4Jan43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 19Dec43. 535th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Crashed into the ground southeast of Coolidge, AZ 17Apr44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 2Jun44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 17Aug44. 
						1010th Base Unit (Redistribution Station #1), Atlantic City, NJ. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion 56 miles southeast of Pittsburgh Airport, PA 21Sep45.
					198 (MSN 77-4157) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 23Jun41. 363rd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group, 
						Tonopah Field, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tonopah Field 25Apr43. 
						Santa Rosa Field, CA Jun43. Oroville Field, CA Aug43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Oroville Field 31Aug43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 30Aug44. 
						3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing Marana Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Picacho, AZ 25Jun45. Registered 1948 as NC62858; cancelled. 
					199 (MSN 77-4158) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Stockton Field 12Mar41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Stockton Field 6Dec41. Substantially damaged landing at Stockton Field 22Dec41. 
						374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #5, Tracy, CA 8Apr42. Advanced Flying School, 
						Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 7Jan43. 
						67th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Mather Field 22Jun43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Field 12Jan44. Damaged by fire in an accident at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 
						13Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Williams Field 30Jun44.
					200 (MSN 77-4159) 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 28Jul42.
					201 (MSN 77-4160) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision at Mather Field, CA 16Feb41. 537th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Substantially damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-492 while landing at Kingman Field 20May43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 25Apr44. Registered 1946 as NC59611; cancelled. 
					202 (MSN 77-4161) 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged landing in bad weather at Las Vegas Field 13Jul43. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams Field 23Dec43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rittenhouse, AZ 24Jul44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped and nosed over at Marana Auxiliary Field #4, Avra, AZ 15Jan45. 
						3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged taxying at Buckley Field 30Apr45. Damaged landing at Buckley Field 17May45.
					203 (MSN 77-4162) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 4Aug41. Damaged landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, 
						New Jerusalem, Tracy, CA 6Oct41. Damaged when nosed over landing at Stockton Field 23Jan42. 
						375th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Crashed when the 
						pilot bailed out after engine failure at Escalon, CA 15Apr42.
					204 (MSN 77-4163) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Force landed after engine failure ½ mile north of Eglin Gunnery Range #2, FL 29Aug41. 
						380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 6Jan42. Damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Craig Field 25Jun42. 608th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged by a bird strike at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7 11Aug43. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 15Jun45. 554th Base Unit, 4th Ferrying Group, 
						Air Transport Command, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged landing in bad weather 
						at Lawson Field, GA 19Jul45
					205 (MSN 77-4164) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field, AL 1Nov41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 5Jan42, 10Mar42 and 7Aug42. 2133rd 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Berlin, GA 26Mar45. 3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying two miles northwest of Champaign, IL 11May45. 
						Damaged landing at Chanute Field 6Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC62349; cancelled. 
					206 (MSN 77-4165) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 
						12Jan42. Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-302 landing at Craig Field 14Jan42.
					207 (MSN 77-4166) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field, AL 9Jan42 
						and 29Mar42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16631 during take-off at 
						Craig Field 9May42. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Craig 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 9Jul42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed after engine failure at Craig Field 
						19May45. American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian 
						Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1504. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea 
						dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
					208 (MSN 77-4167) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-281 at Columbiana, AL 22Feb41. Damaged landing 
						at Mobile Municipal Airport, AL 10Jun41. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 20Aug41. 
						95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged while parked in a collision 
						by AT-6A 41-530 taxying at Turner Field 2Dec41. Substantially damaged landing at Turner 
						Field 1Jun42. 735th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Jackson Field, MS. 
						Damaged taxying at Jackson Field 7Mar44.
					209 (MSN 77-4168) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 11Jan42. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 6Apr42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 26May42. Substantially damaged 
						landing at Craig Field 24Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 23Jul42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 13May44. Damaged in a bird strike 
						over Craig Field 25May45. Registered 1946 as NC58433; N58433. Spartan Aero Repair, 
						Camden, NJ. Universal Distributors, Dallas, TX. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. Registration cancelled [Export C of A E-20750 issued 12Sep52]. 
						Government of México. Mexican Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Mexicana Sep52 as EAN-815. 
					210 (MSN 77-4169) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Evergreen OLF, AL 25Mar41. 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. 
						Fatal crash after the pilot lost control five miles northeast of Turner Field 17Nov41. 
					211 (MSN 77-4170) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Force
						 landed with fuel exhaustion at Maxwell Field 20Jan41. Fatal crash when the pilot 
						bailed out after engine failure at Bay Minette, AL 4Sep41 (1KIS). 
					212 (MSN 77-4171) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Albany Field, GA 1Nov41. 342nd School 
						Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control 
						into the bay three miles southwest of Tyndall Field 22Sep42 (1KIS)
					213 (MSN 77-4172) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 17Jun41. 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Accident in collision with AT-6A 41-220 landing at Napier Field 17Jan42. 
						349th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-217 taxying at Tyndall Field 2Jun42. 78th Base Headquarters and Air Base 
						Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Moody Field 28Apr43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moody 
						Field 4Jun43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Spence Field 18Mar45. Damaged landing 
						at Spence Field 7Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC75611; N75611; cancelled 28Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 24Aug49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-62/93. 
					214 (MSN 77-4173) Advanced Flying School, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed 
						when the pilot bailed out after fuel exhaustion in bad weather at Constitution, GA 27Jun41
					215 (MSN 77-4174) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Maxwell Field 25Jan41. 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 18Jan42. 915th 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL. 
						Damaged landing at Apalachicola Field 27Jan43. Crashed when the pilot bailed out 
						after a mid-air collision with a towed target four miles west of Apalachicola Gunnery Camp 8Mar43. 
					216 (MSN 77-4175) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 21Dec41. 
						Substantially damaged taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 19May42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 1Jun42. Damaged landing at Craig Field 
						11Jan43. 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying in collision with AT-6B 41-17289 at Craig 
						Field 15Feb43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Mid-air collision landing at Craig Field 22Feb45. Damaged in an accident with parked 
						AT-6A 41-677 when landing at Craig Field 3Apr45. Registered 1946 as NC79491; N79491. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Aug49.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					217 (MSN 77-4176) Air Corps Training Center, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Atlanta Municipal Airport, GA 8Sep41. 350th School Squadron, 
						Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-213 taxying at Tyndall 
						Field 2Jun42. Flexible Gunnery School, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged taxying at 
						Tyndall Field 4Jan43. 350th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Substantially damaged when force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion two miles northeast of West Point, MS 9Mar43. Portuguese Army 
						Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 as 707; reserialled 1951 as 1608. Base Aérea ? 1, 
						Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1608. Modified to T-6G 
						standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal.
						 Registered 17Jan79 as G-BGGR; cancelled on export to West Germany 20Apr79. Registration 
						D-FOBY reserved Apr79; not taken up. Displayed on roof of terminal at Düsseldorf Airport, 
						West Germany. Appeared in the movie “Kleinhoff Hotel” [1977]. Albatros Flugmuseum, 
						Stuttgart Airport, West Germany 1992. Displayed on visitor’s terrace of airport terminal. 
					218 (MSN 77-4177) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped at Maxwell Field 11Feb41. 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16401 one mile south of Midland 
						City, AL 5Feb42. 347th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Substantially 
						damaged when nosed over landing at Tyndall Field 16Jul42. 349th School Squadron, 
						Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-566 five miles 
						south of Tyndall Field 3Aug42. 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible 
						Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 
						41-16515 at Apalachicola Gunnery Camp 6Apr43 (1KIS). When the aircraft collided, the 
						right wing folded over the cockpit and pilot. The gunnery student bailed out and landed in
						water. The pilot was unable to leave the plane before it plunged into shallow water.
					219 (MSN 77-4178) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at 
						Maxwell Field 14Apr41. 559th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Turner Field 23Mar42. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-262 
						landing at Turner Field 6May42. 95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged in 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16695 at Turner Field 21Jul42. Damaged taxying at Turner 
						Field 31Oct42
					220 (MSN 77-4179) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged landing at 
						Dothan Auxiliary Airport, AL 10Oct41. 556th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. 
						Damaged by structural failure at Turner Field 16Dec41. 430th School Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Accident in collision with AT-6A 41-213 landing at Napier Field 17Jan42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 23Jan42. Wrecked when nosed over 
						landing at Napier Field 11Jun42
					221 (MSN 77-4180) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Lumberton, MS 22Apr42. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 42-48811 taxying at Craig 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 14Mar44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Selfield, AL 30Nov44. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 16Jul45. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 23Aug45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC58292; cancelled. 
					222 (MSN 77-4181) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 17Jun41. 95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. 
						Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-323 four miles northwest of 
						Turner Field 20Oct41. 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-280 taxying at Craig Field 30Jan42. 
						349th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in collision with parked 
						Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-22004 when taxying at Tyndall Field 16Jun42. 78th Base Headquarters 
						and Air Base Squadron, Moody Field, Valdosta, GA. Crashed into the ground three miles 
						north of Valdosta 21Jun43. 2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Cochran Field 27Jan45. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 
						41-291 at Craig Field 9May45.
					223 (MSN 77-4182) 95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged landing at 
						Jasper Auxiliary Airport, FL 3Nov41. 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st 
						Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig 
						Field 27Jul43. 736th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Jackson Field, MS. Fatal crash 
						after the pilot lost control at Jackson Field 30Apr44 (2KIS
					224 (MSN 77-4183) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, New Jerusalem, Tracy, CA 25Aug41. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Field 7Nov43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with a towed target in flight over Williams Field local area 13Jul44. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery 
						School), Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 25Apr45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC57458. The Babb Co., Inc., Glendale, CA 1946. Registered as N57458; 
						cancelled. Registered 1981 as N57451 as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; cancelled 12Dec97
					225 (MSN 77-4184) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, New Jerusalem, Tracy, CA 6Oct41.
					226 (MSN 77-4185) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Yuma Field, AZ 12Jul45. 3000th Base Unit (Headquarters, 
						Western Flying Training Command), Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA. Damaged landing at 
						Minter Field, CA 4Oct45.
					227 (MSN 77-4186) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 15Dec41.
					228 (MSN 77-4187) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 30Jun41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stockton Field 25Aug41. Crashed after the pilot lost control seventy miles northeast of 
						Stockton Field 3Dec41. 
					229 (MSN 77-4188) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						landing at Stockton Field 11Apr41. 375th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
						Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 3Mar42. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6D 41-34137 taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 18Jan44. 
						3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged landing at Buckley Field 21May45 and 26Jun45.
					230 (MSN 77-4189) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Stockton Field 13Dec41. 375th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stockton Field 23Sep42. 537th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 10May43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman 
						Field 9Jul43. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Ajo Field 11Jul44. Registered 1946 as NC59367. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
						19Dec48. Registration cancelled 26Jul50. Exported. 
					231 (MSN 77-4190) 333rd School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 5Dec41. 335th School Squadron 
						(Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Mather Field 28Feb43. 318th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX; 
						operated by Aviation Enterprises. Damaged when ground looped landing at Avenger Field 17Jan44. 
					232 (MSN 77-4191) 375th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 40-2117 when taxying at Stockton Field 5Mar42. 
						51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 2Aug43. Squadron B, 3036th Base Unit 
						(Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged taxying at Yuma Auxiliary Field, Datelan, AZ 9Apr45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC79524; cancelled. 
					233 (MSN 77-4192) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA
						Fatal crash Jul 24, 1941 6 mi S OF Corning, CA. One killed.
					234 (MSN 77-4193) 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-161 when taxying at Las Vegas Field 20Nov42. 
						Damaged taxying at Las Vegas Field 5Mar43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, 
						Goodyear, AZ 11Dec43. Registered as NX61269. Modified as a single-seater with an in-line 
						Ranger V-770 engine. Raced by Dori Marland in the Halle Race at Cleveland, OH 1947 as race #49, 
						sponsored by Spencer Chemical Company. Damaged in a forced landing during the race at
						Berea, OH Sep47. Raced by Betty Clark at Cleveland, OH 1948. Registered as N61269, 
						revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 4Feb17. 
					235 (MSN 77-4194) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Mather Field, CA 25Mar41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Stockton Field 30Oct41, 19Dec41 and 3Feb42. 374th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stockton Field 8Feb42. Damaged when nosed over landing at Chico Auxiliary Field, 
						Willows, CA 30Jun42. 374th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stockton Field 13Dec42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #3, Coolidge, AZ 4Dec43. Crash landed after engine failure at Williams Field 4Mar44. 
						3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with
						AT-6A 41-16152 at Marana Field 15May45. 805th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training 
						Station-Troop Carrier), 61st Troop Carrier Wing, George Field, Lawrenceville, IL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at George Field 10Oct45.
					236 (MSN 77-4195) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Substantially damaged and force landed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-395 at 
						Turlock, CA 13Jun41. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Yucca Field, AZ 17Aug43. 3028th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing eight miles south of Wittman, AZ 17Jul45.
					237 (MSN 77-4196) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Stockton Field 7Oct41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Stockton Field 17Jul42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 9Feb44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 17Jul44. Registered 1946 as NC62756. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49. To  Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					238 (MSN 77-4197) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Stockton Field 29Mar41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Mather Field, CA 10Nov41. Registered 1946 as NC64779; N64779. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-31/93. 
					239 (MSN 77-4198) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Williams Field 30Dec43
					240 (MSN 77-4199) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 18Aug42. 376th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Ralph Field, Columbia, Sonora, CA 14Dec42. 538th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Substantially damaged when crash landed at 
						Kingman Field 27May43. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Kingman Field 4Jul44
					241 (MSN 77-4200) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Stockton Field 25Mar41. 377th Two Engine Flying Training
						Squadron, 316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #1, Kingsbury, CA 7Nov42. Flexible 
						Gunnery School, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman 
						Field 26Feb43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Accident taking off after engine failure at Yucca Field, AZ 19Jul43
					242 (MSN 77-4201) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Mather Field, CA 22Mar41. 80th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Chandler 
						Municipal Airport, Fresno, CA 17Jul41. 374th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. Damaged landing at Stockton 
						Field 18Nov42. Registered 1946 as NC57493; N57493. Registered as a 
						North American-Victoria AT-6A; current [Jun20]. 
					243 (MSN 77-4202) 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16750 during take-off from Indian 
						Springs Field, NV 14Jul43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 
						24Jul44. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 13Feb45
					244 (MSN 77-4203) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion at Clanton, AL 13Mar41. 559th School Squadron, Turner Field, 
						Albany, GA. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-278 four miles south of 
						Sumner, GA 29Dec41
					245 (MSN 77-4204) 95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged taxying at Turner 
						Field, GA 29Aug41. 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 14Jan42. Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Harrison, AR 16Jan43. 608th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged while 
						parked in collision by AT-6A 41-17159 taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7 13Sep43. 
						612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Wrecked landing at 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #3 10May44. 
					246 (MSN 77-4205) 95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Wrecked landing at 
						Turner Field 22Dec41.
					247 (MSN 77-4206) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed 
						and destroyed landing at New Orleans Airport, LA 9May41 (1KIS).
					248 (MSN 77-4207)  83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Atlanta Municipal Airport, GA 18Jul41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Maxwell Field 17Aug41. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32373 
						at Craig Field 27May44. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-4054 eight miles 
						south of Linden, AL 12Dec44. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 24Jul45.
					249 (MSN 77-4208) 54th School Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Crashed and destroyed after engine failure taking off from Eglin Auxiliary Field #2 30Apr42
					250 (MSN 77-4209) 558th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Turner Field 12Nov41. 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, 
						Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Field 15Jul42. 54th Single 
						Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2 26May43. 612th Base Unit
						(Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Fatal crash after structural failure 
						at King George County, VA 25Apr44 (2KIS). 
					251 (MSN 77-4210) 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when nosed over landing at Napier Field 10Jun42. 714th School Squadron, 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Fatal crash 
						after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15841 at Buckingham Field 6Apr43 (2KIS).
					252 (MSN 77-4211)
					253 (MSN 77-4212) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Maxwell Field 24Mar41. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Maxwell Field 20Aug41. 429th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Napier Field 25Jan42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Field 24Sep42. 695th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Marianna Field 19Nov42. Registered 1946 as NC49356; N49356. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 13Aug49. Remanufactured as T-6D. 
						Registration cancelled 25Jul50.  To Royal Air Force 1951 as B.F8-144/94. 
					254 (MSN 77-4213) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Maxwell Field 2Sep41. Damaged taxying at Maxwell Field 15Dec41. 
						83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion 
						at Ensley, AL 3Jun42. 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						with mechanical failure taking off from Maxwell Field 22Jun42.
					255 (MSN 77-4214)
					256 (MSN 77-4215) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Turner Field 23Oct41. Force landed after engine failure five miles 
						south of Turner Field 1Aug42. Cleveland Technical Institute, Cleveland, OH; ground 
						instructional airframe as ‘CTI-70’. Tri-State Warbird Collection, Wahpeton, ND 1990; 
						stored dismantled Wahpeton 1990/97. Dennis G. Buehn, Carson City, NV. Registered 
						11Jun07 as N648DB as a North American-Buehn AT-6A with MSN 77-4215DB. 
						Reregistered 2Jun11 as a North American AT-6A with MSN 77-4215; current [Jun20].
						Also listed as to Argentine Navy as 0353 in 1949, wfu in 1967. 
						Also listed as going to Royal Thai AF as F8-144/94  in 1951
					257 (MSN 77-4216) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 18Feb41. 381st School 
						Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially 
						damaged after engine failure taking off from Craig Field 25Aug42. 911th School Squadron,
						 Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 18Oct42. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 28Oct42. 321st Flying Training 
						Detachment, Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX; operated by Terrell Aviation School.
						 Damaged landing at Waxahachie Airport, TX 16Nov43. 
					258 (MSN 77-4217) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 5Aug41. 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. 
						Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-487 and 41-531 ¼ mile south of Turner Field 
						1Oct41 (1KIS). Registered 1948 as NC5993V. Salvadoran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Salvadoreña c.Jun49. 
						Registered 3Oct57 as N5993V to Archie A. Baldocchi, San Salvador. Registration cancelled 8Oct70.
					259 (MSN 77-4218) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Maxwell Field 2Sep41. 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Fatal crash at Verbana, AL 20Jan42.
					260 (MSN 77-4219) 350th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Substantially damaged landing at Lufkin
						Municipal Airport, Lufkin, TX 23Jul43. 441st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						7th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6B 41-17150 landing at Spence Field 1Feb44. 4007th Base Unit, Air Material 
						Command, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brookley Field 24Aug44. 
					261 (MSN 77-4220) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 23Jul41. 556th School Squadron, 
						Turner Field, Albany, GA. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Turner Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Leesburg, GA 23Apr42 (1KIS).
					262 (MSN 77-4221) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Maxwell Field 18Feb41 and 17Apr41. 556th School Squadron, 
						Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Turner Field 11Dec41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Field 25Mar42. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-219 landing at Turner Field 6May42. 1103rd Base Unit (Caribbean Division, 
						Air Transport Command), Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL. Damaged when nosed 
						over in an accident at Morrison Field 29Aug44. Damaged landing at Morrison Field 23Mar46. 
					263 (MSN 77-4222) 349th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Wrecked landing at Chevalier Field, Pensacola, FL 16Jul43. 
					264 (MSN 77-4223) 375th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 5Aug42.
					265 (MSN 77-4224) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Force landed with fuel exhaustion and destroyed at Manteca, CA 17Nov41.
					266 (MSN 77-4225) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Knights Landing, CA 27Mar41. 763rd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 
						8Apr43. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Marana Field 24Oct44. Damaged landing at Marana 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Coronado, Red Rock, AZ 25Jun45. 
					267 (MSN 77-4226) 375th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Accident after engine failure during take-off and nosed over at Stockton Field 8Aug42. 
						51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 20Jul43. 35th Flying Training 
						Wing, Stockton Field, CA. Rigged for use as a ground instructional airframe for cockpit 
						orientation and landing gear retraction training. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 42-86352 at Marana Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Rillito, AZ 30Jan45. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), 
						Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckley Field 12May45.
					268 (MSN 77-4227) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-337 when taxying at Stockton Field, CA 27Sep41. 
						1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground
						looped landing at Kingman Field 13Mar43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-16751 taxying at 
						Yucca Field, AZ 23Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Force landed with fuel exhaustion and destroyed eighteen miles south of 
						Cottonwood, AZ 3Jan44.
					269 (MSN 77-4228) 1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 22Apr43. Headquarters & Headquarters 
						Squadron, 1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged in a bird 
						strike at Kingman Field 12May43. 328th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman 
						Field, AZ. Substantially damaged when crashed after take-off with engine failure southeast 
						of San Bernardino Field, CA 22Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 5Mar44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 42-85804 on the ground at Williams Field 28Nov44. 
						3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged landing at 
						Minter Field 10Apr45. Registered as NC61090; N61090. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, 
						CA 1950.  To Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50. WFU. 
					270 (MSN 77-4229) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-150 taxying at Stockton Field 15Sep41. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 18Nov41. 376th School Squadron (Advanced 
						Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at 
						Stockton Field 11Aug42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 10Apr44. 3010th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Fatal crash 
						into the ground seven miles southeast of Williams Field 23Aug44 (1KIS).
					271 (MSN 77-4230) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 3Sep41. 376th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Stockton Field 9Feb42. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV 11Apr43. 533rd 
						Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 23Jan44. 3010th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an 
						accident at the intersection of NW-SE runways at Williams Field 5Aug44.
					272 (MSN 77-4231) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, New Jerusalem, Tracy, CA 10Jun41.
					273 (MSN 77-4232) 376th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, New Jerusalem, 
						Tracy, CA 8Jun42. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Force landed after engine failure twenty-eight miles SSW of Kingman Field 25Aug43. 
					274 (MSN 77-4233) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 25Mar41. 
						Fatal crash in bad weather five miles west of Warrior, AL 31Jul41 (1KIS). 
					275 (MSN 77-4234) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Maxwell Field 12Oct41. 3502nd Base Unit 
						(Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged in mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16827 one mile northwest of Rantoul, IL 2Aug45. 
					276 (MSN 77-4235)  2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32460 ten miles south of Eufaula, AL 
						9Dec44. Damaged taxying at Scott Field, Belleville, IL 6May45. 
					277 (MSN 77-4236) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 18Feb42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Field 29Apr42. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16324 
						at Napier Field 27May42. Registered as NC64448. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, 
						Denver, CO. Registered 1947 as NX64448. Modified by Vest as a single-seater with 
						side mounted turbocharger. Named ‘Chum Seat Special’. Raced by Betty Clark at 
						Cleveland, OH 1947 as race #54. Cia. Mexicana Aerofoto S. A., México City. 
						Registered 13May48 as XB-XYZ-930. Reregistered c.Aug51 as XB-JOK. 
					278 (MSN 77-4237) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 
						26May41. 559th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-244 four miles south of Sumner, GA 29Dec41. 
					279 (MSN 77-4238) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL.
						 Substantially damaged landing at Birmingham Field, AL 31Jul41. 447th School 
						Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Substantially damaged taxying at 
						Tyndall Field, FL 5Aug42. 380th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Fatal crash into the ground at 
						Range 3a, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 7Feb43.
					280 (MSN 77-4239) 347th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 17Oct41. 
						95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged landing at Turner Field 10Nov41. 
						381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-222 taxying at Craig Field 30Jan42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 9Feb42. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Maxwell 
						Field 11Apr45. St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. Registered 1946 as NC64228; N64228; 
						cancelled 2May51. Government of the Republic of the Philippines. 
						To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					281 (MSN 77-4240) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed 
						and destroyed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-208 at Columbiana, AL 22Feb41. 
					282 (MSN 77-4241) 
					283 (MSN 77-4242) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Maxwell Field 1Jul41. 349th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6A 41-774 taxying at Tyndall 
						Field, FL 4May42. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Crashed after structural failure and the pilot bailed out at Tennille, GA 2Sep44. 
					284 (MSN 77-4243) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Temple CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 16Jul41. 
						498th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Albuquerque Field, NM 1Jul42. Edgar Tobin Aerial Surveys, 
						San Antonio, TX 1946. Registered 1946 as NC62281; cancelled
					285 (MSN 77-4244) 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 19Apr44. 
						Squadron C, 2539th Base Unit (Fighter Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Foster Field 25Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC63946; 
						N63946. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly.
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16265. F 15 Wing, 
						Söderhamn 10Mar53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
						Registered 22Oct58 as SE-CHW to Svensk Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm; used for schooling of 
						SAS telegraphists and mechanics. Cancelled 11Sep61. 
					286 (MSN 77-4245) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Force landed after engine failure one mile south of Brooks Field 19Sep41. 
						436th School Squadron, Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged landing at Lubbock Auxiliary 
						Field #1, West, TX 27Mar42. 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-655 during landing at Kelly Field 
						5Aug42. 72nd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16278 taxying at Ellington Field 24Nov42. 
						65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
						when the landing gear collapsed landing at Brooks Field 28Jul43. Registered 1946 as 
						NC59103; N59103. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Remanufactured to 
						T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-75/93. 
					287 (MSN 77-4246) Registered 1946 as NC59081; cancelled 26Jul50. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1Feb49. 
					288 (MSN 77-4247)
					289 (MSN 77-4248) 347th Observation Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Brooks Field 7Jul41. 347th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Brooks Field 25Aug41. Accident at Brooks Field 17Oct45. 
					290 (MSN 77-4249) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged by mechanical failure landing 
						at Laredo Field 28Aug43
					291 (MSN 77-4250) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged taxying at Brooks Field 27Feb41. 66th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Brooks Field 1Oct42. 1042nd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						67th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 17Jun43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance 
						Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially 
						damaged when force landed after engine failure at Laredo Field 28Sep43.
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Laredo Field, TX. Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field, TX 2Dec43. 2126th Base 
						Unit (Central School for Flexible Gunnery), Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when nosed 
						over at Laredo Field 19Jun44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single 
						Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-222 at Craig Field 9May45.
					292 (MSN 77-4251) 10th Air Base Group, Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Chanute Field 17Oct41. 331st Base Headquarters and 
						Air Base Squadron, Lincoln Field, NB. Substantially damaged after engine failure taking 
						off from Lincoln Field 1Dec43
					293 (MSN 77-4252) 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 16Jan42. Wrecked in a collision 
						with BC-1 37-655 during landing at Kelly Field 27Mar42. 
					294 (MSN 77-4253) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-784 at 
						Laredo Field 19Jul43. Registered 1946 as NC55974; cancelled. 
					295 (MSN 77-4254) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 22Aug41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 
						26Sep41. 479th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16270 at Harlingen Field, TX 18Sep42. Substantially 
						damaged taxying at Harlington Field 27Oct42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged after a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32805 thirty miles southeast of Laredo Field 31Dec42. 
						1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo 
						Field, TX. Damaged landing in bad weather at Laredo Field 27Jul43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC61756; cancelled
					296 (MSN 77-4255) 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 14Jan42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Kelly Field 16Apr42. 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, 
						Houston, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Ellington Field 12Oct42. 
						75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Force landed after engine 
						failure three miles east of Murfreesboro, TN 6Dec42. 74th Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in collision with parked Beech AT-10 
						Wichita 41-27199 when taxying at Ellington Field 15Jun43. 826th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when force landed after engine failure four miles southeast of Eagle Pass 
						Field 2Dec43. 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Eagle Pass Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Auxiliary Field #2, Pinto, TX 18Mar44. 
					297 (MSN 77-4256) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 25Dec41. Damaged 
						landing at Craig Field 28Dec41. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-299 
						at Craig Field 6Jul42. Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged by mechanical failure landing two 
						miles northwest Wymore, NB 3May45.
					298 (MSN 77-4257) 90th School Squadron, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Barksdale Field 25Apr41. 348th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Fatal crash into the ground 43 miles northwest of Bayou La Batre, 
						Mobile, AL 24Oct42 (2KIS).
					299 (MSN 77-4258) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-297 at Craig Field 
						6Jul42. 92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed into the ground and destroyed at Evergreen, AL 5Jul43.
					300 (MSN 77-4259) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 27Nov41. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Field 27Dec41 and 23Jan42. 910th School Squadron, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 19Oct42 and 1Nov42.
						910th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Field 21Nov42. 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Craig Field 29Apr43. 
						90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 30May43. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 27Aug43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 21Nov44 and 19Feb45. 
						3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Frederick Auxiliary Field #3, Grandfield, OK 2Aug45
						Registered 1946 as NC75704. N75704. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY.  
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16287. 
						F 14 Wing, Halmstad 7Sep53. SOC 9Apr55. Equipped for skywriting on behalf of a future 
						West German customer. Registered 26May55 as SE-CAR to Svensk Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm; 
						cancelled 16Apr56. Registered 3Apr56 as D-IBEC. Equipped for skywriting. 
						Reregistered 5Dec57 as D-FBEC. Used as a target simulator for military radar units. 
						Cancelled 17Aug63. Delivered by Luftwaffe Noratlas from Erding, West Germany to Beja AB 22Jun63. 
						To Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 22Jun63 as 1793. Modified for counter 
						insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. Aeródromo Base ? 3, Negage,
						 Angola. Base Aérea ? 4, Henrique de Carvalho, Angola. WFU 1971. Abandoned when Angola 
						became independent and the Portuguese left the country Jan75. Reported in South Africa Mar92. 
					301 (MSN 77-4260) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 5Dec41. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing with mechanical failure at Craig Field 23Jul42. Headquarters & 
						Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Fatal crash into the Alabama River, north of Camden, AL 24Oct43 (1KIS).
					302 (MSN 77-4261) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-206 landing at 
						Craig Field 14Jan42. Substantially damaged by structural failure landing at Craig Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Selfield, AL 7May42. Damaged in a collision by AT-6A 41-411 which ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 23Jun42. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 29Jun42. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-353 and an AT-6B 
						when taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 10Jul42. 312th Fighter Squadron,
						338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Dale Mabry Field, FL 19Oct42, 3May43 and 16Jun43. Perry Field, FL 13Jun43. 
						Damaged landing at Perry Field 14Oct43 and 3Nov43. Wrecked when ground looped 
						landing at Perry Field 22Feb44.
					303 (MSN 77-4262) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 18May42. 
						90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 15Apr43. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6C 41-32390 taxying at Craig Field 9Apr45. 
						Registered 10Aug46 as NC52403; cancelled. (possibly an illegal military export
					304 (MSN 77-4263) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 12Mar41. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Stockton Field 18Nov41. 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton 
						Field, CA. Force landed after engine failure six miles east of Stockton Field 3Feb42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 27Mar42. Registered 1946 as 
						NC63527; N63527. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1951. Remanufactured to 
						T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai Air Force 1951 as B.F8-133/94. 
					305 (MSN 77-4264) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged taxying at Stockton Field 9Apr41. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-374 when taxying at 
						Kingman Field 29Oct43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 31May44.
					306 (MSN 77-4265) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-585 when taxying at Kelly Field 30Jul41. 515th 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-15920 taxying at Foster Field 15Nov42. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 18Jul43. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged by 
						mechanical failure landing at Spence Field 12Jan45. Damaged landing at Spence Field 
						12Jun45. Registered as NC64874; cancelled. 
					307 (MSN 77-4266) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Wagner, TX 
						4Jun42. Damaged landing at Foster Field 23Aug42. Damaged taxying at Yoakum CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, TX 14Sep42. 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Field 22Apr43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 9Jun43. Damaged landing at Foster Field 
						13Jun43 and 19Jun43. 2540th Base Unit, Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX. Damaged 
						in a collision on the ground with AT-6C 42-44361 at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 13Dec44.
					308 (MSN 77-4267) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Field 16Sep42. 48th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when nosed 
						over landing at Foster Field 29Dec42. 97th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 22Mar43.
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 27Apr43. 99th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 8Jun43. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Foster Field 19Aug43. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Foster Field 4Jan44.
					309 (MSN 77-4268) 516th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Victorville 
						Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Victorville Auxiliary #3, Mirage, CA 15Apr42.
					310 (MSN 77-4269) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 19Sep41. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-15998 taxying 
						at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 21Jan44
					311 (MSN 77-4270) 
					312 (MSN 77-4271) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-731 taxying at Laredo Field 
						3Mar44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged 
						taxying at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #4, Troy, AL 11Dec44. Damaged landing at Spence 
						Field 6Apr45 and 19May45. Registered 1946 as NC66423; cancelled.
					313 (MSN 77-4272) 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-192 when taxying at Yucca Field, AZ 25Aug43. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 28Feb44. Registered 1946 
						as NC66149; N66149. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16299.
						 Försökscentralen (Research Centre), Malmslätt, Linköping 20Oct53. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 
						13Sep57. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
					314 (MSN 77-4273) 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed after engine failure at Craig Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Selfield, AL 13Mar43. Damaged in a bird strike east of Craig Field 9Jun43. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16998 seven miles southwest of Craig 
						Field 23Jul43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, 
						Valparaiso, FL 28Sep43.
					315 (MSN 77-4274) 90th School Squadron, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Crashed when 
						the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-318 at Barksdale Field 21Mar41.
					316 (MSN 77-4275) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group,
						 Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 1Dec41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 22May42. Fatal crash after the pilot 
						lost control four miles southwest of Craig Field 9Aug42.
					317 (MSN 77-4276) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 20May41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 18May42. Damaged while parked in 
						an accident with AT-6A 41-467 at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 14Oct42. 381st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-33006 at Craig Field 11Mar43. 
						2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when 
						nosed over taxying at Gunter Auxiliary Field #6, Dannelly, AL 12Jan45
					318 (MSN 77-4277) 90th School Squadron, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Crashed 
						when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-315 at Barksdale Field 21Mar41
					319 (MSN 77-4278) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Gainesville CAA Intermediate Landing Field, 
						AL 22Oct41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 20Mar42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field, AL 12Apr45. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Craig Field 20Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC58421; N58421. 
						Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1952 as Sk 16B, serial 16246. 
						F 21 Wing, Luleå 6Oct52. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
					320 (MSN 77-4279) Base Flight, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Damaged in a collision 
						on the ground during take-off from Little Rock Airport, AR 20Oct41. 72nd Air Base 
						Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus Field, MS. Damaged landing at Lawson Field, 
						Fort Benning, Columbus, GA 2May42. 
					321 (MSN 77-4280) 5th Air Base Squadron, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA. Crashed and 
						destroyed after engine failure taking off from Eglin Field, FL 2Dec41.
					322 (MSN 77-4281) 72nd Air Base Squadron, Southeast Training Center, Columbus Field, MS. 
						Damaged when force landed after fuel exhaustion two miles northwest of Springhill, LA 25Apr42. 
					323 (MSN 77-4282) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Crashed when the 
						pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-222 four miles northwest of Turner Field 
						20Oct41
				324/343 (MSN 77-4293/4312)
					324 (MSN 77-4293) 347th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Force landed with fuel exhaustion twenty miles south of Cotulla, TX 20Sep41. 
						97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6C 41-32312 caused by mechanical failure at Foster 
						Field 12Oct42. Central School for Flexible Gunnery, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Laredo Field 22Jun43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged while parked in an accident by Lockheed AT-18 
						42-55607 caused by mechanical failure when taxying at Laredo Field 10Feb44. American
						Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 
						26Nov47 as 1490. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 
						Forced landing with fuel exhaustion near Carandaí, MG during a navigation exercise 
						flight from Juiz de Fora, MG to Resende, RJ 12Sep49 (1INJ).
					325 (MSN 77-4294) 1041st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot flew into the ground 
						six miles east of Seguin, TX 7Dec42 (2KIS). 697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 20Jun43.
					326 (MSN 77-4295) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 7Apr41. 
						66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at San Marcos CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 
						26Jan42. War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, 
						Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 17Sep46 as PH-UBG. Force landed with fuel 
						starvation in a field at Warga, Friesland, Netherlands 16Oct46. The aircraft stopped in a 
						deep ditch. Registration cancelled 8Nov46. Waiting for repairs, the aircraft was further 
						damaged in a severe storm at Gilze-Rijen 9Apr47. Repairs cancelled when severe corrosion 
						was found and the aircraft was SOC. 
					327 (MSN 77-4296) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 27Nov41. 
						497th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing eight miles south of Lubbock Field 3May42. 
						Registered 17Jan46 as NC49308; N49308; cancelled 24Jul51. 
					328 (MSN 77-4297) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-697 taxying at 
						Foster Field, TX 28Aug42. Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Wagner, TX 29Jan43.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 31Jan43. 46th Basic Flying Training 
						Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when the aircraft 
						struck terrain near Yoakum, TX 5Oct43. 2540th Base Unit, Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX. 
						Damaged landing in bad weather at Matagorda Island Gunnery Range, TX 20Jul45. 
						Government of Israel Supply Mission.  . 
						Preserved at Eretz Israel Museum Complex (Ha’aretz Museum), Yafo, Tel Aviv, Israel. 
					329 (MSN 77-4298) 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
						Field, TX 14Aug42. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 7Sep42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Wagner, TX 29Jan43. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 8Jun43
					330 (MSN 77-4299) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 17Jan42. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-16725 taxying at Brooks Field 17Jun42. Fatal crash after the pilot lost 
						control five miles SSE of Brooks Field 2Feb43 (1KIS). 
					331 (MSN 77-4300) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Force landed when lost at Elgin, TX 25Jan42. 477th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged 
						in collision with AT-6C 42-4243 taxying at Harlingen Field 26Oct43. 2138th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed with 
						mechanical failure at Craig Field 30Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC64452 to the Ohio State 
						Highway Department, Columbus, OH; N64452. James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC. 
						Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 12Mar52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7638. Central Flying 
						School, Langebaanweg AB, Western Cape. WFU 1995. External storage at Langebaanweg AB. 
						Longmont Aviation Company, Longmont, CO 17Sep96. Crated and shipped to Huntington, 
						IN 1996. Registered Dec96 as N7638C. Registered 15Jul99 as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; 
						expired 30Nov17, cancelled 24Apr18. Restored 25Feb19; current [Jul19]. 
					332 (MSN 77-4301) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 4Jan42. Damaged 
						landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 4Feb42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Brooks Field 12Feb42. Damaged in collision with BC-1 37-433 landing at 
						Brooks Field 11Jun42. 1041st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Substantially damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Brooks Field 18Nov42. Fatal crash in bad weather five miles 
						north of Yoakum, TX 28Feb43 (2KIS). 
					333 (MSN 77-4302)347th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped at Brooks Field 28Jul41
					334 (MSN 77-4303) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA.
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 18Jul41 and 22Dec41. 377th School Squadron (Advanced 
						Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when nosed over landing at Stockton Field 
						16Jul42. Registered 1946 as NC67066; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los 
						Angeles, CA c.21Dec48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					335 (MSN 77-4304) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA.
						Damaged landing at Mather Field, CA 20Mar41. 333rd School Squadron (Navigator School), 
						Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-378 taxying at Mather 
						Field 3Oct41. 335th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke 
						Field 22Oct42. Registered 1946 as NC63000; cancelled. 
					336 (MSN 77-4305) 503rd School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, 
						Mission, TX. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-17138 when taxying at Moore 
						Field 13Apr42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Field 14Jul42.
					337 (MSN 77-4306) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-268 taxying at Stockton Field, CA 27Sep41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 10Oct41. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-15932 taxying at Mather Auxiliary Field, Lincoln, CA 21Nov41. 3010th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Field 22Jul44. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 12Sep44.
					338 (MSN 77-4307) 4th Flying Training Detachment, Rankin Field, Tulare, CA; operated 
						by Rankin Aeronautical Academy. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA 2Sep41. 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged landing at Mather Field 15Sep41. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped taking off 
						from Williams Field 25Apr44. Damaged landing one mile west of Sonoyta, Sonora, México 
						1Jan45. Registered 1946 as NC56627. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. Government 
						of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					339 (MSN 77-4308) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Lake Charles Field 22Jun42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 
						41-16164 at Lake Charles Field 24Aug42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lake 
						Charles Auxiliary Field, Gillis, LA 12Sep42. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Lake Charles Field 13Oct42. 55th Base Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, 
						68th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Ellington Field 9Nov43.
					340 (MSN 77-4309)  335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 16Jun42. Damaged in collision 
						landing at Mather Field 28Sep42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 11Feb44. 
						Accident at Williams Field 2Apr44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 24Aug44. Accident Arizona 19Oct44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 14Dec44. 3702nd Base Unit 
						(Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when
						ground looped landing at Buckley Field 11May45.
					341 (MSN 77-4310)50th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 3Nov42. Damaged landing at 
						Indian Springs Field, NV 23Feb43. 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Force landed after engine failure at Indian Springs Field, NV 2Jun43. 
						3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Merced Field 21Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC62743. Northrop Aircraft Inc, 
						Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air 
						Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					342 (MSN 77-4311) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged by fire at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, New Jerusalem, Tracy, CA 30Jun41. 353rd 
						School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Fatal crash into the 
						ground three miles northwest of McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV 19Mar42 (1KIS).
 					343 (MSN 77-4312)50th School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with Martin B-10BM 34-108 twenty miles northwest of 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV 26Jan42. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four 
						Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Field 30Aug44. 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Crashed landing with mechanical failure one mile west of Zuehl, TX 9Feb45. 
						American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea 
						Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1493. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ.
				344/373 (MSN 77-4323/4353)
					344 (MSN 77-4323) 90th School Squadron, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. 
						Fatal crash landing eight miles northwest of Baton Rouge, LA 21Apr41 (2KIS).
					345 (MSN 77-4324) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 28Mar42. 
						Damaged in a collision by AT-6A 41-411 which ground looped landing at Craig Field 
						23Jun42. 349th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with Lockheed 
						RB-34A Ventura 41-38158 at Tyndall Field 1Nov43. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather 
						at Napier Field 4Dec44. Registered as NC70059; cancelled. 
					346 (MSN 77-4325) 90th School Squadron, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. 
						Substantially damaged when force landed after fuel exhaustion in bad weather at 
						Baton Rouge, LA 21Apr41. 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary 
						Field #2, Furniss, AL 31Dec41. 380th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when crashed 
						after engine failure five miles west of Andalusia, AL 19Apr43.
					347 (MSN 77-4326) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 21Jul41. 
						Registered 17Jan46 as NC54853; cancelled 27Dec48. St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					348 (MSN 77-4327) . 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Legion Field, Selma, AL 1Jul41. 
						Registered as NC9874H; N9874H; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los 
						Angeles, CA 3Jan50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					349 (MSN 77-4328) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field,
						Selma, AL. Accident at Craig Field 1Jul41. Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig 
						Field 7Jan42. 3rd Tow Target Squadron, Camp Davis Field, NC. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Camp Davis Field 9Dec43.
					350 (MSN 77-4329) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 11Oct41. 
						380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 26Nov41. Advanced Flying School
						(Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 24Jan43. 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Wrecked when crash landed with 
						fuel exhaustion at Greenville, AL 21Feb43.
					351 (MSN 77-4330) 90th School Squadron, Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Key Field, Meridian, MS 28Apr41. 90th School Squadron, 
						21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Craig Field 11Sep42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 18Oct42.
					352 (MSN 77-4331) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after fuel 
						exhaustion five miles north of Uniontown, AL 29Sep43.
					353 (MSN 77-4332) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 6Oct41. Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Field 8Jan42. Damaged in 
						an accident with AT-6A 41-302 and an AT-6B when taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 10Jul42. 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged landing at Craig Field 27Mar43
					354 (MSN 77-4333) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 8Nov41. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped taking off from Craig Field 8Feb42. Damaged when force landed 
						with fuel exhaustion and nosed over north of Philadelphia, MS 29Aug42. 712th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, 
						Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 19May43
					355 (MSN 77-4334) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Fatal crash on approach to Craig Field 13Jan42 (1KIS). In the evening, 
						the student, a Royal Air Force cadet under training in the USA, was returning to his home 
						base of Craig Field from a night cross-country flight to Birmingham, Alabama, via 
						Montgomery, Alabama. He let down through low hanging overcast while attempting a 
						landing at the airfield but flew into the ground under control three and one-half miles 
						from the airfield. Investigation revealed that the engine was producing power at the time of the crash.
					356 (MSN 77-4335) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-423 taxying at Craig Field 26Dec41. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #4, Molette, AL 19Sep42. Registered 1946 as NC68342; cancelled
					357 (MSN 77-4336) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 19Dec41 and 12Jun42.
					358 (MSN 77-4337) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Columbus, MS 24Jun41. 
						382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 4Feb42. Damaged landing at Craig 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 16Apr42. 718th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Buckingham Field 15Nov42. Force landed after engine failure at Wauchula, FL 13Mar43. 
					359 (MSN 77-4338) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-754 landing at 
						Craig Field 10Nov41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 28Nov41. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #1, Minor Field, Wicksburg, AL 12Jan45. 
						Damaged taxying at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 6Feb45. 
						Squadron A, 421st Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Heavy), Muroc Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Muroc Field 14May45. Registered 1946 as NC62783; cancelled. 
					360 (MSN 77-4339)  2128th Base Unit, Cochran Field, Macon, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Atlanta Field, GA 10Aug44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL 10May45. 
						Damaged landing at Craig Field 6Jun45.
					361 (MSN 77-4340) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 19Dec41. Provisional Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Mid-air collision with 
						Boeing B-17F Fortress 42-31005 in a simulated attack against nine B-17 bombers 
						and crashed into the Gulf of México off Naples at Little Marco Pass, FL 22Jan44. 
						A newly rated pilot stationed at Buckingham Field on the southwest coast of Florida was 
						training to be a fighter pilot. He took off from Naples Field (a sub-base of Buckingham Field) 
						on his third flight of the day. His AT-6 was one of the aircraft scrambled to intercept 
						a simulated attack at 4,000ft against nine B-17s of 715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						also based at Buckingham Field, approaching from the south over the Gulf of México. 
						The flight of AT-6 "fighters" successfully intercepted the B-17s and each made several 
						passes at the B-17s. Following his instructor’s lead the AT-6 student pilot positioned his 
						plane above and behind the seventh bomber to begin his attack out of the sun. The instructor 
						dove on the bomber from astern and broke to the left at about 250 yds. The student closed 
						on the B-17 and failed to break away and his left wing struck the left wing of the bomber. 
						The wing of the T-6 sheared off, throwing the plane into a violent roll. Witnesses saw
						the bomber fall onto its left wing and slowly spiral downward. Ten seconds later at 200 ft 
						above the Gulf, the plane caught fire and exploded. The AT-6 pilot bailed out and was rescued.
						The B-17 crew of ten perished. 
					362 (MSN 77-4341) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Atmore CAA Intermediate Landing F
						ield, AL 21Jan42. 714th School Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham 
						Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-32324 taxying 
						at Buckingham Field 25Sep42. Registered 13Feb46 as NC52296; N52296. American 
						Industrial Sales Corporation, Sebring, FL 8Jul49. Registration cancelled 23Mar53. 
						Probably an illegal military export. 
					363 (MSN 77-4342) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 13Oct41.
					364 (MSN 77-4343) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion two miles north of 
						Craig Field 19Sep41. 915th School Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, 
						Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6C 41-32160 taxying 
						at Apalachicola Field 28Oct42. 344th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th 
						Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Tyndall Field 1Apr43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 
						21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 26Feb44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, 
						Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Craig 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 2Apr45. 3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute 
						Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Chanute Field 5Aug45. 
					365 (MSN 77-4344) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 23May45. Registered 1948 as NC1386M; N1386M; 
						cancelled 27Dec50. Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					366 (MSN 77-4345) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Maxwell Field 12May41. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision 
						T-6A 41-610 twelve miles northeast of Mobile, AL 30Aug41 (1KIS). 
					367 (MSN 77-4346) w/o Dec 1, 1942 at Vicksburg, MS
					368 (MSN 77-4347) 911th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16368 at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL 21Dec42. Substantially damaged landing at Craig Field 19Feb43. 
						92nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed during landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #4, Molette, AL 
						22Jun43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 20Dec44. Squadron C-1, 
						3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged taxying at Lincoln 
						Field 21Nov45. Registered 1946 as NC59077. Government of the Republic of the 
						Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					369 (MSN 77-4348) 446th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Crashed five miles 
						off shore from Tyndall Field 19Sep42.
					370 (MSN 77-4349) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3Oct41. 382nd School Squadron, 
						22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Field 27Dec41. 446th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Accident at Tyndall Field 2Sep42. Squadron B, 2116th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Eglin Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 5Jan45. 
					371 (MSN 77-4350)
					372 (MSN 77-4351) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 3Nov41.
					373 (MSN 77-4352)382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 1Apr42 
				374/393 (MSN 77-4363/4382)
					374 (MSN 77-4363) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Stockton Field 3Jun41. 377th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 2Dec42. 763rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Kingman Field 24Feb43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged taxying at Yucca Field, AZ 30Aug43. Damaged while 
						parked in collision by AT-6A 41-305 taxying at Kingman Field 29Oct43. 533rd Two 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6A 41-15890 landing at Williams Field 10Feb44. 535th Two 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision 
						with AT-6C 42-48945 taxying at Williams Field 20Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC57308. 
						Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. Government of the Republic of the Philippines 
						25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					375 (MSN 77-4364)
					376 (MSN 77-4365) 51st School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Damaged taxying at Las Vegas Municipal Airport 17Oct41. 35th Flying 
						Training Wing, Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Merced 
						Field 13Dec44. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54878 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; 
						cancelled 27Dec48. Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47. 
						To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					377 (MSN 77-4366) 376th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 9Sep42. 1123rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Yucca Field, AZ 2Sep43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rittenhouse, AZ 4Apr44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 17Aug44. 335th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), 
						Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Damaged landing at Dale Mabry Field 24Sep45.
					378 (MSN 77-4367) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Chico Field, CA 7Jul41. 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), 
						Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-335 taxying at Mather 
						Field 3Oct41. Fatal accident taxying on the parking apron at Key Field, Meridian, MS 11Jul42; 
						a ground crew mechanic was struck by the aircraft (1KIS). 716th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Substantially damaged when nosed over taxying at Buckingham Field 10Dec43. 
					379 (MSN 77-4368) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Luke Field, Glendale, AZ 8Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 10Jul44. 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic 
						Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged landing at Buckley Field 17Jul45. 
						Registered 17Jan46 as NC54883 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO; cancelled 7Dec48. 
						Crashed and destroyed 24Aug46. 
						Conflict:
						American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 7Jul47 
						as 1434. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Accident at Campo 
						dos Afonsos 16Sep49. SOC.
					380 (MSN 77-4369) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Stockton Field 14Apr41 and 14Oct41. 377th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Hammer Field, Fresno, CA 9Dec42.
					381 (MSN 77-4370) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 21May41. Damaged when ground looped at Stockton 
						Field 30Jun41, 5Nov41 and 4Dec41. Registered 1946 as NC67443; N67443. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1949. Government of Pakistan c.9Jun49. To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					382 (MSN 77-4371) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Mather Field, CA 2Apr41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stockton Field 19Nov41. 377th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton 
						Field 10Nov42. Flexible Gunnery School, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged at Kingman Field 21May43. 
						1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in a 
						collision by Lockheed AT-18 Hudson 42-55717 landing with mechanical failure at Kingman 
						Field 25Aug43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 20Oct44. Registered 1946
						as NC63082 to Western Air Lines (fleet #28); N63082. Used for carrying mail. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1951. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1951 as B.F8-138/94. 
					383 (MSN 77-4372)81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Damaged 
						in an accident with AT-6A 41-311 and 41-443 landing at Stockton Field 31Jan42. 533rd Two 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 20Nov43. 2542nd Base Unit, Blackland 
						Field, Waco, TX. Damaged taxying at Mines Field, Los Angeles, CA 16Aug45.
					384 (MSN 77-4373)Tuskegee Institute, Moton Field, Tuskegee, AL. 99th Fighter Squadron, 
						Southeast Training Center, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Tuskegee Auxiliary Field #2, Shorter Field, AL 28Jun42. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field 
						5Feb43. 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 19Jul43. Damaged landing in bad weather 
						at Tuskegee Field, AL 10Mar44. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee 
						Field, AL. Damaged in collision on the ground with parked Bell P-39N Airacobra 42-8861 
						at New Orleans NAS, LA 23Mar45. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 20Aug45.  
					385 (MSN 77-4374) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Fatal crash after the pilot, 
						a Royal Air Force cadet, lost control two miles southwest of Tallahassee, FL 7Feb42 (1KIS). 
						He had become lost on a day navigation flight earlier and eventually made it to his original 
						destination of Tallahassee. That evening, the cadet took off with two other AT-6A airplanes 
						piloted by two instructors for a night flight back to his home base at Napier Field. After a short
						time in the air, the cadet dropped out of the formation and turned back toward Tallahassee. 
						The instructor radioed him to turn 180 degrees and they would pick him by turning 360 degrees 
						with their landing lights on. The cadet did not turn back and continued toward Tallahassee.
						When the airplane reached the field at Tallahassee, the control ship radioed the correct course 
						to the cadet and instructed him to return to Dothan. The cadet then attempted the turn back to 
						the course for Dothan at an altitude of 3,000 feet and was seen to enter a tight diving spiral 
						to the ground, the airplane exploding into flames upon impact, killing the student instantly.
						Investigators could not determine the cause of the accident.
					386 (MSN 77-4375) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Maxwell Field 7May41. 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 6Oct41. 
						380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 8Jul42. 92nd 
						Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Selfield, AL 11Jun43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when the pilot bailed out 
						after fuel exhaustion five miles west of Craig Field 3Feb44. Registered 1946 as NC58242. 
						Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled [Export C of A issued 12Aug49]. 
						Government of Pakistan.  To Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					387 (MSN 77-4376)83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Accident at 
						Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 16May41. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 26May41. Accident at 
						Birmingham Field, AL 24May42. 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Selfield, AL 22Sep42. Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 13Jan43. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped at Spence Field 29Mar45.
					388 (MSN 77-4377) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 22Aug41. 382nd School Squadron, 
						22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when
						ground looped landing at Craig Field 19Dec41. 335th Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Mather Field 6Mar43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-16343 taxying at Williams Field 31Dec43. 
						2130th Base Unit, Marianna Field, FL. Damaged after a mid-air collision with AT-6C 
						41-32542 five miles south of Marianna Field 22May44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged landing at Spence Field 19Dec44. Registered 
						9Jul46 as NC55644; N55644; cancelled 3May50. Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, 
						Fort Worth TX 1950. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in 
						T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					389 (MSN 77-4378) 
					390 (MSN 77-4379)92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Crestview CAA Intermediate Landing Field, FL 14Jul41. 
						Damaged landing at Greenville, AL 25Jul41. 3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), 
						Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. Damaged taxying at Chanute Field 28Jul45. 
					391 (MSN 77-4380) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-426 at Maxwell Field 30Apr41. Damaged landing at
						Crestview CAA Intermediate Landing Field, FL 17Jul41. 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 9Oct41. 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 24Mar42. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 30Sep44. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 9Mar45. 
					392 (MSN 77-4381) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after fuel exhaustion eight miles 
						south of Andalusia, AL 21Jan42
					393 (MSN 77-4382) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Maxwell Field 12May41. 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Fatal accident 
						after the pilot lost control and crash landed into the Gulf of México fifteen miles south
						 of Fort Myers Beach, FL 15Mar43 (2KIS
				394/423 (MSN 77-4393/4422)
					394 (MSN 77-4393) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Chandler Municipal Airport, Fresno, CA 7May41. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Field 17Feb44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged landing at 
						Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 14Aug44.
					395 (MSN 77-4394) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-236 at Turlock, CA 13Jun41
					396 (MSN 77-4395) 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las 
						Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 6Sep43. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 12Jun44. 3702nd Base 
						Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged 
						landing at Buckley Field 13Jun45.
					397 (MSN 77-4396) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Mather Field, CA 12Apr41. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Stockton Field 12Jul41. Damaged landing at Stockton Field 22Jul41. 335th 
						School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Mather Field 6Oct41. Substantially damaged when force 
						landed after engine failure ½ mile north of Mather Field 13Oct41. Flexible Gunnery School, 
						Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Kingman Field 1Feb43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman 
						Field 11Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged by structural failure in flight near Williams Field 5Jan44. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Field 13Apr44. Squadron C, 3008th Base Unit (Pilot 
						School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged landing at Minter Auxiliary Field #6, 
						Poso, CA 29Mar45. Registration N96208 assigned 4Oct76 as a North American-Victoria 
						AT-6A; not taken up, cancelled. 
					398 (MSN 77-4397) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Stockton Field 7Oct41. 353rd School Squadron (Gunnery School), 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Tonopah 
						Field, NV 9Mar42. 
					399 (MSN 77-4398) 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged in an accident during maintenance at Las Vegas Field 17Apr43. 3010th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 19Jun44
					400 (MSN 77-4399) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 30Oct41. 377th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. Force landed after engine failure at Stockton 
						Field 27Aug42. 549th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 314th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Roswell Field, NM. Fatal accident in collision with Boeing B-17F Fortress 
						42-30294 while taking off from Roswell Field, NM 20Jul43 (2KIS).
					401 (MSN 77-4400) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Fatal crash at 35 East Road, Placerville, CA 3Dec41 (1KIS). War Assets Administration. 
						Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. 
						Registered 6Sep46 as PH-UBF. Ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 25Jan47 damaging the left 
						wing tip. Damaged when the left wing hit an obstacle at Gilze-Rijen 22Apr47. Ground 
						looped at Gilze-Rijen 28Apr48 damaging the left wing tip and aileron. Damaged in a 
						hard landing at Gilze-Rijen 20Oct48. Cancelled 30Aug60 as sold to Belgium. 
						Scrapped by Osbo International BV at Deurne, Belgium. 
					402 (MSN 77-4401) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped at Williams Field 3Jan44.
					403 (MSN 77-4402) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Fatal crash at Coalinga Municipal Airport, CA 21Apr41 (1KIS).
					404 (MSN 77-4403) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged by structural failure landing at Craig Field 17Nov41. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 
						18Dec41. 306th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Cross City Field, FL. Damaged landing 
						at Cross City Field 19Apr43. 306th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, 
						Tallahassee, FL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Dale Mabry Field 15Jun43.
					405 (MSN 77-4404) Registered 1946 as NC67097. Salvadoran Government Jun49. Prepared for 
						ferry flight at Eagle Field, Dos Palos, CA. Salvadoran Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Salvadoreña Jul49 as 54. 
					406 (MSN 77-4405) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 20May42. 348th School Squadron, 
						Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tyndall Field 3Nov42. 
						348th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Tyndall Field 4Dec42. 
						915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL. 
						Missing in the Gulf of México off Florida 2Mar43 (2MIS
					407 (MSN 77-4406) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 30Oct41. Damaged landing at Craig Field 27Nov41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 25May42. 305th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Cross City 
						Field, FL. Damaged landing at Cross City Field 25Jan43. 306th Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter 
						Group, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moody 
						Field, Valdosta, GA 5Nov43. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #5, Buckeye, AZ 9Jun44.
					408 (MSN 77-4407) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 4Dec41 and 28May42. 
						380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Substantially damaged in an accident taking off from Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 17Oct42
					409 (MSN 77-4408)
					410 (MSN 77-4409) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Fatal crash into the ground one mile north of Craig 14Jan42.
					411 (MSN 77-4410) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-302 and 41-345 when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 23Jun42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Selfield, AL 8Jul42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 29Jul42. Combat Crew 
						Training Station-Fighter, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at 
						Buckingham Field 2Jul43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 5Aug43. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 10Jul44.
					412 (MSN 77-4411) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL; code CR216. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 4Mar42. Substantially 
						Damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion in a cotton field at Lumberton, MS 22Apr42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when 
						nosed over landing at Hartselle Airport, Hartselle, AL 16Oct44.
					413 (MSN 77-4412) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Crash landed after engine failure near Marion Junction, AL 12Aug41. 380th School 
						Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 18Sep42.
					414 (MSN 77-4413) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Selfield, AL 3Sep42. 713th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-431 
						when taxying at Buckingham Field 11Oct42. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, 
						Moultrie, GA. Fatal crash after engine failure during take-off ¾ mile northeast of Spence Field 6Oct44 (1KIS).
					415 (MSN 77-4414) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field, AL 27Jun41. Damaged landing at Craig Field 14Oct41. 
						382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Craig Field 20Apr42. Damaged landing at Craig 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Henderson, AL 8Jul42. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control nine miles 
						southwest of Craig Field 8Aug42 (1KIS).
					416 (MSN 77-4415) 715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Force landed after engine failure five miles 
						southwest of Page Field, Fort Myers, FL 14Nov42. Damaged in collision on the ground at 
						Buckingham Field 24Jan43. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16403 taxying at 
						Buckingham Field 4Mar43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after fuel exhaustion three 
						miles west of Linden, AL 2Jun44.
					417 (MSN 77-4416) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Craig Field 19Dec41. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 1Feb42. Crashed after a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6A 
						41-456 fourteen miles northwest of Craig Field 1Sep42. 
					418 (MSN 77-4417)91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-429 at Maxwell Field 15May41. 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, 
						Montgomery, AL. Accident landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #7, Deatsville, AL 5Nov42 
					419 (MSN 77-4418) 61st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed when the 
						pilot became lost ten miles north of Brewton, AL 3Jan42. 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Crashed after mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16123 and the pilot bailed out at 
						Malvern, AL 23May42
					420 (MSN 77-4419) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 8Nov41 
						and 4Apr42. 380th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after fuel 
						exhaustion three miles southeast of Demopolis, AL 12Nov42.
					421 (MSN 77-4420) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Maxwell Field 6Jun41. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 10Nov41. 
						433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Napier Field 18Jan42. 608th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 1st Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Group, Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL. Fatal crash after flying 
						into the ground at Yellow River Bridge, Milton, FL 21Aug43 (1KIS). 
					422 (MSN 77-4421) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Crashed 
						when the pilot bailed out after fuel exhaustion in bad weather five miles west of Warrior, AL 31Jul41.
					423 (MSN 77-4422) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-356 taxying at Craig Field 26Dec41.
						 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-16059 when taxying at Foster Field 24Jul42. 
						712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Buckingham Field 17Jun43. Damaged taxying at Buckingham Field 14Aug43. 430th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed after engine failure 
						at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 26Feb44. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 14May44.
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision thirty miles northeast of Napier Field 23Jan45. Registered 
						1946 as NC56162; N56162; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
						24Mar49. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
				424/443 (MSN 77-4433/4452)
					424 (MSN 77-4433)
					425 (MSN 77-4434) Advanced Flying School, Turner Field, Albany, GA; code 443. 83rd School 
						Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 4Jun41. 14thBase 
						Headquarters and Air Base Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Fatal crash into the 
						ground ten miles north of Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 17Jun42
					426 (MSN 77-4435) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-391 at Maxwell Field 30Apr41. 612th Base Unit (Fixed 
						Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 28Jun44. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, 
						Valparaiso, FL 13Dec44. Registered 23Aug46 as NC52903; N52903; cancelled 29Dec52. 
					427 (MSN 77-4436) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Auxiliary Field #2, Passmore, Prattville, AL 18Aug41. 350th School 
						Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-16635 
						when taxying at Tyndall Field 13Oct42. 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible 
						Gunnery School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged taxying at Apalachicola Field 27Jan43.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Apalachicola Field 28May43. 2138th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a collision with 
						Curtiss TP-40N Warhawk 43-24392 at Craig Field 20Apr45. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 20May45. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 5Jul45.
					428 (MSN 77-4437) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Turner Field 9Dec41. 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 14Jan42. 446th 
						School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at 
						Tyndall Field 17Jun42. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 4Apr45. Registered 2Jul46 as NC55642; N55642; 
						cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 6Jun50. Probably used in 
						T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					429 (MSN 77-4438)91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-418 at Maxwell Field 15May41. 
					430 (MSN 77-4439) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Force landed after 
						engine failure two miles southwest of Albany 4Sep41. 556th School Squadron, Turner Field, 
						Albany, GA. Crashed and destroyed when ground looped taking off from Turner Field 11Dec41.
					431 (MSN 77-4440) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 8Aug41 and 29Aug41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Maxwell Field 8Oct41. 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 
						25Jul42. 718th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6A 41-414 taxying 
						at Buckingham Field 11Oct42. 712th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Buckingham Field, 
						Fort Myers, FL. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6C 41-32452 when taxying at Buckingham 
						Field 1Oct43. Registered 1946 as NC67018; cancelled. 
					432 (MSN 77-4441) 350th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Substantially damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Marianna Field, FL 1Nov42.
					433 (MSN 77-4442) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Craig Field 19Jan42. 
						90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 
						19Dec42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 8Oct43. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision fifteen miles north of Craig Field 1Jan44. 2138th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at 
						Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 20Jan45. Registered as NC5073N; N5073N; cancelled. 
					434 (MSN 77-4443) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged taxying at Stockton Field 19Dec41. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Stockton Field 31Dec41 and 29Jan42. 376th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
						Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 29Apr42. 
						3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged in an accident with 
						AT-6D 42-86051 taxying at Marana Field, AZ 12Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC63079; cancelled. 
					435 (MSN 77-4444) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 14Nov43. 3018th Base Unit 
						(Gunnery School), Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman 
						Field 14Aug44. Registered 1946 as NC63017. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. 
						Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.29Mar48. To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					436 (MSN 77-4445) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged landing at McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA 12Aug41. 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery 
						School), Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 30Jun44. 
						Fatal accident when crashed taking off from Kingman Field 17Sep44 (1KIS).
					437 (MSN 77-4446)81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Stockton Field 16Jul41. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Williams Field 19Dec43. Damaged in an accident at Williams Field 20Jan44. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Williams Field 3Feb44. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #5, Goodyear, AZ 19Feb44. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 6Mar44.
					438 (MSN 77-4447)3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 16Oct44. 
						3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, Shafter, CA. 556th Base Unit, 
						6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA. Damaged landing 
						two miles north of Jamestown, NY 4Mar45.
					439 (MSN 77-4448) 337th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged landing at Alicia Field, Marysville, CA 4Jan42. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Mather Field 3Jan43. Fatal crash after a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-583 two miles northeast of Mather Field 5Feb43. 3011th 
						Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ajo Gunnery Range #3, AZ 6Jun44.
					440 (MSN 77-4449) 537th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged
						when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 26Apr43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 15Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 18Jul44. 440th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training 
						Station-Fighter), Santa Maria Field, CA. Damaged taxying at Santa Maria Field 1Nov45.
					441 (MSN 77-4450) 669th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 21Mar43. 537th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman 
						Field 26Apr43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 22Jul43.
					442 (MSN 77-4451) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Crashed at Stockton Auxiliary Field #3, New Jerusalem, Tracy, CA 25Oct41
					443 (MSN 77-4452) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Stockton Field 27Jan42. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-311 and 41-383 when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 
						31Jan42. 377th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Substantially damaged when force landed after engine failure 3.5 miles south of 
						Stockton Field 11May42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 4Dec43. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-622 landing at Williams Field 12Feb44. 
						Registered 1946 as NC56975. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. To Government of the 
						Republic of the Philippines c.29Mar48.  To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
				444/473 (MSN 77-4463/4492)
					444 (MSN 77-4463) 377th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Red Bluff Municipal Airport, CA 15Sep42. 
						1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						landing in bad weather at Kingman Field 1Jun43.
					445 (MSN 77-4464) 353rd School Squadron (Gunnery School), McCarran Field, 
						Las Vegas, NV. Fatal accident when the pilot bailed out over the Tonopah Gunnery Range, NV 27May42 (1KIS).
					446 (MSN 77-4465) 338th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 22Aug41. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when nosed over landing at Marana 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 1Dec44. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at 
						Marana Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 27Dec44. Registered 1946 as NC65943. 
						Registered 1948 as NC1209M; N1209M; cancelled 25Oct50
					447 (MSN 77-4466) 377th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 1Mar42, 2Apr42 and 16Oct42. 
						377th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 316th Two Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Stockton Field, CA. Damaged when nosed over landing at Stockton Field 20Nov42.
					448 (MSN 77-4467) to civil registry as NC61029, N61029.  
						remanufactured to T-6D standard.  To Royal Thai AF as F8-142/94 in 1951
					449 (MSN 77-4468) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 20Dec41. 332nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, 304th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped taking off from Luke Field 20Sep43. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 42-43906 landing at Luke Field 22Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC59642; N59642.
						To  Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 291. Grupo de Aviación ? 10, 
						Base Aérea Los Cerrillos, Santiago. Substantially damaged at Chillan, Ñuble by 12Jul50. 
						Missing during a search for T-6 282 [42-86387], which had crashed in a deep canyon 
						near Romadilla, 16Mar54 (1MIS). 
					450 (MSN 77-4469) 80th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Accident taking off from Long Beach Field, CA 3Aug41. 352nd School Squadron 
						(Gunnery School), McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when nosed over taxying 
						at Indian Springs Field, NV 13Mar42. 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 
						16Apr43. 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-16031 when taxying at Indian Springs Field, NV 
						20Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 8Dec43. Damaged when the 
						pilot lost control landing at Williams Field 22Dec43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Williams Field 20Jun44. 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, 
						Madison, WI. Damaged landing at Truax Field 30May45. Registered 1946 as NC64260; N64260. 
						Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA. Sold to US Government. Reconditioned for sale to 
						foreign government.  To Peruvian Air Force / Fuerza Aérea del Perú. 
					451 (MSN 77-4470) Accident at Craig Auxiliary Field #3, Henderson, AL 8Jul42. 
						1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Kingman Field 30Apr43. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object at 
						Navajo, NM 26Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6D 41-34343 taxying at 
						Williams Field 2Feb44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Winslow 
						Airport, AZ 22Apr44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 17Jul44. 3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) 
						Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing Marana Auxiliary Field #1, Picacho, AZ 15Jun45. 
						Registered as NC62827; N62827; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.23Nov48. 
					452 (MSN 77-4471) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged taking off from Mather Field 11Jul41. 333rd School 
						Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Mather Field 18Aug41. Fatal crash after structural 
						failure ten miles northeast of Chico, CA 26Sep41 (1KIS). 
					453 (MSN 77-4472)479th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged while parked in collision
						by AT-6A 41-16177 taxying at Harlingen Field 29Dec42. 477th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged by fire at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 17Jul43. Damaged 
						in a bird strike at Laguna Madre Sub-Base 10Nov43. Damaged taxying at Laguna 
						Madre Sub-Base 5Mar44. Damaged caused by mechanical failure at Harlingen Field 
						gunnery range 13Mar44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 19May45 
						and 19Jul45.
					454 (MSN 77-4473) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 
						23Jan42. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Valparaiso, FL 16Sep42. 
					455 (MSN 77-4474)
					456 (MSN 77-4475) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-417 fourteen miles northwest of Craig Field 1Sep42.
					457 (MSN 77-4476) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 15Jun42. 
						568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, 
						Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged when nosed over taking off from Mauldin Airport, 
						Brownsville, TX 31Jul44
					458 (MSN 77-4477) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 
						9Aug42. 303rd Fighter Squadron, 337th Fighter Group, Sarasota Field, FL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC 30Jan44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out in bad weather ten miles northeast of Hattisburg, MS 28Mar45.
					459 (MSN 77-4478) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Reform, AL 16Sep41. 
						382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Fatal crash into the ground twelve miles northwest of Maxwell Field, AL 9Jul42 (1KIS).
					460 (MSN 77-4479) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Furniss, AL 29Jan42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 8Jul42. 
						Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-461 taxying at Craig Field 14Jul42. 
					461 (MSN 77-4480) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-460 taxying at Craig Field 14Jul42. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Field 10Aug42. Registered as NC90641; NX90641. 
						Modified with cut-down single seat cockpit. Raced in National Air Races at Cleveland, OH 
						1947 as race #44; pilot Grace Harris 47/49. Registered as N90641. United Nations 
						Engineering and Export Corporation, Washington, DC. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 20Jun52].  To Royal Iraqi Air Force c.25Jun52. 
					462 (MSN 77-4481) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Atmore CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 23May41. 
						382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 26Mar42 and 15Jul42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 17Oct43. 2138th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a 
						collision with Curtiss P-40N Warhawk 42-104828 at Craig Field 23Aug45.
					463 (MSN 77-4482) Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Crashed and destroyed in an accident with AT-6C 41-32105 landing at Craig Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Selfield, AL 24Mar43.
					464 (MSN 77-4483) Lincoln Field, NB. Crashed near Colon, NB 19Jun45 (2KIS). The aircraft 
						was seen to have been in a steep dive and momentarily recovered, but then lost control 
						and crashed into Sand Creek. The plane first struck a tree and wreckage was then scattered 
						over a large area. Both pilots were killed instantly. 
					465 (MSN 77-4484) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Field 21May45 and 31May45. Registered 1946 as NC62562; cancelled
					466 (MSN 77-4485) 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Turner Field 16Sep42. 50th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas 
						Field 26Nov42. Registered as NC65797 to Embry-Riddle Aviation Company, Miami, FL. 
						Exposed to salt water from a hurricane in Florida.  Government of Nicaragua Jan47. 
						Delivery delayed by US State Department reluctance to issue an export licence. 
						Registered as AN-ADE for ferry flight to Nicaragua Dec47.  
						To Nicaraguan Air Force / Fuerza Aérea Guardia de Nicaragua c.23Oct47 as 50. 
					467 (MSN 77-4486)559th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Turner Field 28Oct41. 910th School Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in an accident with parked AT-6A 41-317 at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 14Oct42. 
						14th Fighter Squadron, 53rd Fighter Group, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged landing at 
						Buckingham Field 18Jun43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Page Field 26Nov43.
					468 (MSN 77-4487) 558th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged taxying 
						at Turner Field 22Mar42. Substantially damaged landing at Turner Field 11May42. 
						1st Flying Training Detachment, West Coast Air Corps Training Center, Hancock Field, 
						Santa Maria, CA; operated by Allan Hancock College of Aeronautics. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Hancock Field 29Dec42. Headquarters, Air Materiel Command, 
						Rome Field, NY. Crash landed in bad weather at Rome Field 20Feb45. Registered 1946 as 
						NC60997; N60997. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. 
						Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16280. 
						F 11 Wing, Nyköping 12Jun53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. 
					469 (MSN 77-4488) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 14Nov41. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Wrecked in a take-off accident at Brooks Field 3Aug43. 
					470 (MSN 77-4489) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Brooks Field 4Dec41. 
						65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
						when the pilot lost control landing at Brooks Field 25Nov42. 
					471 (MSN 77-4490) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 
						41-472 at Somerset, TX 6Aug41. 
					472 (MSN 77-4491) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field, Yturri, TX 19May41. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-471 at Somerset, TX 6Aug41. Severely 
						damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 9May42. Damaged landing at Brooks Auxiliary 
						Field, Yturri, TX 8Aug42. 
					473 (MSN 77-4492) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Randolph Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Diltz, Floresville, TX 4Mar42. 48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Cliff Maus Municipal Airport, 
						Corpus Christi, TX 12Jul42.
				474/503 (MSN 77-4503/4532)
					474 (MSN 77-4503) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Brooks Field 18Sep42. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged while 
						parked in collision by AT-6A 41-16259 taxying at Spence Field 13Feb45. 2004th Base 
						Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged landing at Scott 
						Field, Belleville, IL 16Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC61481; cancelled. 
					475 (MSN 77-4504) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 8Oct41. 500th School 
						Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged when 
						force landed after engine failure nine miles south of Alice, TX 2Jun42. Flexible Gunnery 
						School, Harlingen Field, TX. Crash landed after engine failure nineteen miles northeast 
						of Harlingen 3Jan43. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 
						25Jun43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 12Nov43. 
						2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged landing at 
						Moore Auxiliary Field #1, Edinburg, TX 14Aug44. Accident six miles southeast of Wills 
						Point, TX 1Sep45.
					476 (MSN 77-4505) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Severely damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 7Nov41. 1023rd Aircraft 
						Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. 
						Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-183 at El Indio, TX 12Nov43 (2KIS). 
						Conflict:
						Portuguese Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 as 705; reserialled 1951 
						as 1606. Base Aérea ? 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 
						1952 as 1606. Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico 
						(OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. Modified for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in 
						Portugal's African colonies. Aeródromo Base ? 3, Negage, Angola. Aeródromo 
						Base ? 4, Henrique de Carvalho, Angola. 
					477 (MSN 77-4506) 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln 
						Field, NB. Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-48800 taxying at Hensley Field, 
						Grand Prairie, Dallas, TX 30Jun45. 335th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), 
						Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Damaged landing at Dale Mabry Field 12Sep45.
					478 (MSN 77-4507) 498th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16529 when taxying at Lubbock 
						Field 29Mar42. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed 
						landing at Brooks Auxiliary Field #3, TX 30Jul43. 3539th Base Unit (Technical School), 
						Langley Field, Hampton, VA. Damaged landing at Langley Field 17Apr45. 
					479 (MSN 77-4508) 612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Damaged when at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 15May44. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL 1Jan45. 
					480 (MSN 77-4509)431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Napier Field 18Feb42. 
					481 (MSN 77-4510) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 30Jun41. 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, 
						Dothan, AL. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-570 landing at Napier Field 28Feb42. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-16133 when taxying at Napier Field 11May42. 
						433rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Wrecked 
						when nosed over landing at Clanton, AL 4Nov42.
					482 (MSN 77-4511) 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Field 15Jan42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 6Aug43. Damaged in mid-air 
						collision with AT-6C 41-32314 eight miles west of Napier Field 23Feb44. 
						2537th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Damaged in an accident 
						with parked AT-6D 44-81626 when taxying at Perrin Field 14May45. Fatal crash one mile 
						WSW of Tom Beam, TX 23Jun45 (2KIS).
					483 (MSN 77-4512) 68th Maintenance Squadron, 62nd Air Base Group (Special), 
						Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Birmingham 
						Field, AL 8Oct41. 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when the pilot lost control landing at Maxwell Field 25Jan42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Maxwell Field 4Apr42. Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 21Apr42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Lovell Field, Chattanooga, TN 5May42. 
						82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Force landed after engine 
						failure and destroyed at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 12Jun42. 
					484 (MSN 77-4513) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged in a 
						bird strike at Turner Field 11Oct41. 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 11Feb42. 
						Wrecked in collision with AT-6A 41-16125 landing at Napier Field 7Jun43. 
					485 (MSN 77-4514) 62nd Air Base Group (Special), Lawson Field, Fort Benning, GA. 
						Fatal crash into the ground at Seale, AL 19Jul41 (2KIS).
					486 (MSN 77-4515)
					487 (MSN 77-4516) 95th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Crashed after 
						a fatal mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-258 and 41-531 ¼ mile south of Turner Field 1Oct41 (1KIS).
					488 (MSN 77-4517) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Crash landed eleven miles west of Montevallo, AL 11Mar44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 28Apr44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. A court-martialed former US Army Air Force 
						officer escaped from the Craig Field, Alabama, guardhouse, stole an AT-6A Texan and flew 
						to Louisiana 11Nov44. He bailed out of the aircraft ten miles east of New Orleans, 
						the unmanned trainer coming down early on 12Nov44 near the former Micheaud airfield, 
						where Higgins Industries had constructed a war plant. The pilot parachuted from the plane at 
						5,000 feet above a swamp and made his way into the city on foot. He had tied pieces of his 
						parachute about his feet and legs and hiked across the Marshlands. He swam several canals
						and spent one night in a lean-to he constructed by a waterway. He had been arrested the previous 
						March for stealing $1,500 and an automobile from a fellow officer at Craig field. He escaped 
						from the guardhouse and was retaken in Santa Monica, California, after a gun battle with police. 
						His court-martial and sentence followed. The officer was captured in New Orleans by FBI agents. 
						The assistant special agent in charge of the New Orleans FBI office announced that the pilot, 
						who was serving a 30-year sentence at the Alabama field for violations of the Articles of War, 
						was taken in custody in the cocktail lounge of a New Orleans hotel. He was dressed in the 
						full uniform of a second lieutenant in the US Air Corps and was accompanied by a New Orleans
						girl whom he had known approximately one year. The agent said the girl was being held for 
						questioning but he declined to identify her; she was about 25 years old. The officer was found 
						guilty of violating eight Articles of War by another court-martial and sent to the Atlanta Penitentiary 
						with a 30-year sentence.
					489 (MSN 77-4518) 81st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton Field, CA. 
						Mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-158 during take-off from Stockton Field 20Aug41. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Stockton Field 5Dec41. 376th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), 
						Stockton Field, CA. Damaged landing at Stockton Field 20Jul42. 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 28Jun43. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams 
						Field 2Feb44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 
						30Mar44. Registered 1946 as NC68919; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA c.1Apr49. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. 
					490 (MSN 77-4519)951st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #4, Wickenburg, AZ 20Dec42. 3010th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 21Jun44. 
					491 (MSN 77-4520) 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 27May43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary 
						Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 17Feb44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 17Jun44. 3508th 
						Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. Damaged when ground looped at Truax Field 6Jun45.
					492 (MSN 77-4521) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged 
						landing at McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA 14Jul41. 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), 
						Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-541 taxying at Sacramento 
						Municipal Airport, CA 28Sep42. 537th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-201 while landing at Kingman Field 20May43. 3011th Base 
						Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Gunnery Range #3, AZ 31May44. Damaged when ground
						looped landing at Ajo Field 17Aug44. 
					493 (MSN 77-4522) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped at Mather Field 1Jul41. 333rd School Squadron 
						(Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Mather Field 18Aug41. 
					494 (MSN 77-4523) 
					495 (MSN 77-4524) built and accepted on 8 May 1941.  61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 29Nov41. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #3, Castroville, TX 20Jan42. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 40-2105 twelve miles southwest of Kelly Field 4Jun42. 313th TC, 
						Orlando AAB, FL. Damaged landing at Orlando AAB 2Jul45. Registered 1946 as NC60864; N60864. 
						Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 27Nov50. Registration cancelled 3Feb71. 
						To Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 20Mar53 as Sk 16B, serial 16269. 
						CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. F 15 Wing, Söderhamn 20Mar53. 
						SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York. Registered 7Oct58 as SE-CHP to Svensk 
						Flygtjänst AB, Stockholm; used for schooling of SAS telegraphists and mechanics. Västerås Air 
						Museum 2014. Registration cancelled 11Nov16 on export to the Netherlands. Registered as 
						Nov16 as PH-TXN; current. Painted as Marine Luchtvaardienst UT-6, serial 313 to commemorate 
						the centenary of Dutch naval aviation. Operated by Wings Over Holland. 
						Conflict:
						Data Plate reported with MSN 77-4524 and identity 41-16443. MSN confirmed by owner and CVV d
						ocumentation as 77-4524. 
					496 (MSN 77-4525) 98th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 
						11Apr43. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Foster Field 8May43. 2539th Base Unit (Fighter 
						Gunnery School), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Fatal crash after engine failure three miles north of 
						Angleton, TX 12May44 (1KIS).
					497 (MSN 77-4526)
					498 (MSN 77-4527) 827th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 57th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6D 42-44710 taxying on the 
						parking ramp at Eagle Pass Field 15Dec43. 99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6C 41-32750 taxying at Foster Field 12Apr44. Registered 28Jan46 as NC55761; 
						cancelled 23Dec48. Crashed near Chattanooga, TN, 24Dec47. 	
					499 (MSN 77-4528) 477th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-16280 when taxying at Harlingen Field 17Oct42. 
						99th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6D 41-34204 during take-off from 
						Foster Field 20Jan44. Registered as NC62280. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. 
						Modified by Vest with a supercharger. Registered as NX62280. Restored to standard T-6 configuration. 
						Registered as N62280. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50. 
					500 (MSN 77-4529)2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged 
						while parked in an accident with AT-6C 42-48891 taxying at Tuskegee Field 10Sep45 
					501 (MSN 77-4530)477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16177 taxying at Harlingen Field 
						Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 1Nov43. 504th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 58th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped during 
						take-off from Moore Field 8Mar44. 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident seventeen miles west of Terrell, TX 13Jul4 
					502 (MSN 77-4531)
					503 (MSN 77-4532) War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, 
						Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 6Sep46 as PH-UBI; cancelled 30Aug60 as sold to 
						Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo International BV at Deurne, Belgium. 
				504/543 (MSN 77-4543/4582)
					504 (MSN 77-4543) 6A 41-512 taxying at Brooks Field 22Aug41. 494th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock Advanced Flying School, TX. Damaged 
						in collision with an object ten miles south of Lubbock AFS 1Apr42. 98th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged while parked 
						in collision by AT-6C 41-32210 taxying at Foster Field 26Aug42. 98th Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32737 taxying at Foster Field 17Dec42. Damaged 
						landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #2, Wagner, TX 1Feb43. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Foster Field 24Apr43. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control at Foster Field 11May43 (1KIS).
					505 (MSN 77-4544) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX.
						Damaged landing at Fayetteville Airport, TX 18Jul41. Crash landed with fuel exhaustion at 
						Yoakum CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 21Oct41. 494th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16373 when taxying at Lubbock Auxiliary Field #1, Abernathy, TX 2Apr42. 
						Crashed after the pilot lost control and bailed out ten miles south of Amarillo, TX 8May42. 
			        	506 (MSN 77-4545) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
			                San Antonio, TX. Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-507 two miles northeast of 
			                Floresville, TX 14Jul41. Damaged landing at San Marcos CAA Intermediate Landing Field, 
                                TX 2Oct41. Force landed with fuel exhaustion four miles northwest of Pierce, TX 11Jan42.
			                62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged 
                                when nosed over while landing at Kelly Field 18Aug42. 2543rd Base Unit (Instructor School, 
			                Central), Waco Field, TX. Damaged in a collision with AT-6D 44-81055 at Waco Field 7Dec44. 
			                2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX. Damaged when 
                                force landed after fuel exhaustion 4.5 miles northeast of Robert Lee, TX 19Apr45. Portuguese 
                                Army Aviation / Aviação Militar Portuguesa 1947 as 703; reserialled 1951 as 1604. 
                                Base Aérea ? 1, Sintra, Lisbon. Portuguese Air Force / Força Aérea Portuguesa 1952 as 1604. 
                                Modified to T-6G standard by Oficinas Gerais de Material Aeronáutico (OGMA), Alverca, Portugal. 
                                Modified for counter insurgency (COIN) operations in Portugal's African colonies. Aeródromo 
                                Base ? 3, Negage, Angola. Aeródromo Base ? 4, Henrique de Carvalho, Angola. 
					507 (MSN 77-4546) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-506 two miles 
						northeast of Floresville, TX 14Jul41. 
					508 (MSN 77-4547) built and accepted on 12 May 1941.  65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in accident with North American BC-1 38-411 taxying at Brooks 
						Field 31Jul41. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 16Jan42. Damaged landing at 
						Brooks Field, TX 11Apr42. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Brooks 
						Field 2Nov42. Squadron C, 2542nd Base Unit, Blackland Field, Waco, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Blackland Field 2Jul45. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7675. 
						Crashed 25May56 (1KIS). Registered 17Feb03 as ZU-CXX to the South African Air Force; 
						current [Sep17]. SAAF Museum, Swartkop, Pretoria. Airworthy. Took part in South African 
						Presidential Inauguration flypast, Pretoria, 25May2019
					509 (MSN 77-4548) Registered 14Mar47 as NC1359M; N1359M; cancelled 27Dec50. 
						Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					510 (MSN 77-4549) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Kelly Field, TX 23Oct41
					511 (MSN 77-4550)
					512 (MSN 77-4551) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-504 taxying at Brooks Field 22Aug41. 
						477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Harlingen Field 22Nov43. 
						2123rd Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged taxying 
						at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 8May44. 2524th Base Unit, Independence 
						Field, KS. Damaged caused by mechanical failure at Shaw Field, Sumter, SC 7Nov44
					513 (MSN 77-4552) 66th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Austin Municipal Airport, TX 16Jul41. Crash 
						landed with fuel exhaustion eight miles west of Bay City, TX 26Aug41. Substantially 
						damaged when nosed over landing at Brooks Field 9Apr42. Force landed after engine 
						failure four miles southeast of Stables, TX 30Jun42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Brooks Field 26Jul42. 66th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks 
						Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing at Brooks 
						Field 23May43. Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 77th Two Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when the landing gear collapsed landing 
						at Brooks Field 19Aug43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6C 41-32234 
						taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 26Sep43. 2116th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped at Barksdale Field, Shreveport, LA 21Feb45. 422nd Base Unit (Combat Crew 
						Training Station-Heavy), Tonopah Field, NV. Damaged landing at Tonopah Field 23May45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC66702; cancelled. 
					514 (MSN 77-4553) Aero Center, El Centro, CA. Accident landing at Imperial County 
						Airport, CA 6Jan42. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Substantially damaged while parked in collision 
						by AT-6C 41-32400 taxying at Laredo Field 23Sep43. 2529th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Alice Municipal 
						Airport, TX 16Jul44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Moore Auxiliary Field #1, 
						Edinburg, TX 19Dec44 and 15Jan45.
					515 (MSN 77-4554)
					516 (MSN 77-4555) 2131st Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Gunter Field, Montgomery, AL.
						Substantially damaged when force landed with mechanical failure 3.25 miles east of 
						Montgomery, AL 23Dec44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #6, Ozark, AL 12Mar45. 
						Damaged taxying at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 19Mar45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC61054; cancelled
					517 (MSN 77-4556) 477th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Fatal crash into the ground at Scott Field, Belleville, IL 8Nov42 (1KIS).
					518 (MSN 77-4557) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Laredo Field, TX 5May44. 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal Airport, AL 23Jun44. 
					519 (MSN 77-4558) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged taxying at Laredo Field 11Sep43. Force landed after 
						engine failure at Laredo Field 20Sep43. Damaged in collision with parked Beech AT-11
						Kansan 42-37281 when taxying at Laredo Field 10Apr44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16204 
						at Craig Field 16Jan45. Crash landed with mechanical failure eight miles southeast of 
						Selma, AL 23Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC67138; N67138. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central 
						Workshop, Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl 
						Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16304. F 18 Wing, Tullinge, Botkyrka 11Jan54. 
						SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					520 (MSN 77-4559) Headquarters Squadron, West Coast Air Corps Training Center, 
						Orange County Airport, Santa Ana, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Blythe Field, CA 16Jul42. Registered 1946 as NC62776; cancelled. 
					521 (MSN 77-4560)960th Bombardier Training Squadron, Hobbs Field, NM. Damaged 
						taxying at Hobbs Field 30Apr43. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Minter Field, 
						Shafter, CA. Damaged landing at Minter Field 27Mar45. 
					522 (MSN 77-4561) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Mather Field 13Jun41. 335th 
						School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field. Crashed after engine failure 
						when the pilot bailed out fifteen miles south of Mather Field 15Mar42
					523 (MSN 77-4562) 1123rd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman Field 26Apr44.
					524 (MSN 77-4563) 68th Air Base Squadron (Special), Turner Field, Albany, GA. 
						Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Turner Field 22Sep42. Registered 
						1946 as NC60776; cancelled
					525 (MSN 77-4564)
					526 (MSN 77-4565) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Crashed into the ground three miles north of Maxwell Field 18Jul41
					527 (MSN 77-4566) 556th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Accident at 
						Turner Field 28Nov41. Damaged landing at Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL 15Dec41. 
						Registered 1946 as NC65907; N65907. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, 
						Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 
						1953 as Sk 16B, serial 16259. F 3 Wing, Malmslätt, Linköping 3Feb53. Accident 
						landing at Malmslätt 11May56. Centrala Flygmaterialförrådet, Arboga (CFA) (F 3 Jägarvallen) 
						1957. F 13 Wing, Norrköping 2Oct57. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates Ltd, New York
					528 (MSN 77-4567) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Maxwell Field 24Jun41. 387th School Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Valparaiso, FL. Crashed after structural failure two miles north of Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL 4Mar42 (2KIS). 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #8 was named Baldsiefen Field for 2nd Lt. Richard Edward Baldsiefen, 
						a gunnery instructor at Eglin, killed in the crash. 
					529 (MSN 77-4568) 121st Observation Squadron, 65th Observation Group, District of 
						Columbia National Guard, Owens Field, Columbia, SC. Damaged landing at Owens Field 
						21Oct41. Registered 1946 as NC63478. Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA. Government 
						of the Republic of the Philippines 25Feb49. Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					530 (MSN 77-4569) School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged in collision with 
						parked AT-6A 41-208 when taxying at Turner Field 2Dec41. 387th School Squadron, 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #4 13Aug42. 387th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #4, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4 6Mar43. 612th Base 
						Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary 
						Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 11Aug44. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control three miles north of Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #6 5Oct44 (2KIS). 
					531 (MSN 77-4570) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 25Jul41. 95th School 
						Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-258 and 41-487 
						¼ mile south of Turner Field 1Oct41. 433rd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #2, Dothan Municipal 
						Airport, AL 15Jan42. Force landed after engine failure one mile south of Dothan 24Jun42. 
						608th School Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, Valparaiso, FL. Force landed after engine 
						failure at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4 15Oct42. 612th Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin 
						Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged when ground looped taking off from Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Valparaiso, FL 8May44. Registered 1946 as NC66109; N66109. Charles H. Babb Company, 
						New York, NY. Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop,
						Västerås) for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1954 
						as Sk 16B, serial 16312. F 8 Wing, Barkarby, Stockholm 15Mar54. Crashed at Östra Sensjö, Frötuna, 
						Norrtälje 15Jun55. 
					532 (MSN 77-4571) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Maxwell Field 28Jul41. 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged when ground looped landing at Maxwell Field 29Mar42. 
					533 (MSN 77-4572) 608th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #7, 
						Valparaiso, FL. Damaged during maintenance in a collision with AT-6C 42-4115 at Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL 16Apr43. 386th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Field, 
						Valparaiso, FL. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6C 42-44227 when taxying at Eglin 
						Auxiliary Field #5, Valparaiso, FL 19Dec43. Registered 1946 as NC54245; N54245. 
						Registered to Frontier Airlines, Denver-Stapleton, CO 5Mar51. Cancelled 24Jul51
					534 (MSN 77-4573) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-536 five miles southwest of Mather Field 4Jan42. 
						351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Fatal crash when 
						the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16312 thirty miles NNW of Las 
						Vegas Field 31Mar43 (1KIS).
					535 (MSN 77-4574) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 19Sep41. 336th School 
						Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Mather Field 26May42. 374th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Stockton 
						Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Stockton Field 13Jul42.
					536 (MSN 77-4575) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-534 five miles southwest of Mather Field 4Jan42. 
						1122nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Kingman Field 2Jun43. Crashed and destroyed after engine failure five miles 
						southwest of Kingman Field 10Jun43
					537 (MSN 77-4576) Squadron K, 3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), 
						Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged landing at Buckley Field 30Jun45. Registered 21Jan46 as 
						NC54690; N54690. Trade-Ayer Inc, Linden, NJ 21Nov51. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ 6Dec51. 
						Cancelled 25Jun52 [Export C of A issued 18Jun52]. Government of Israel Supply Mission Jun52. 
						Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 1154; code 54. Derelict at Hatzerim AB, Beer Sheva by 1990. 
					538 (MSN 77-4577) 569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Substantially damaged landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 23Aug43. 533rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-15834
						and 41-16033 when ground looped landing at Williams Field 30Nov43. 534th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Crash landed at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rittenhouse, AZ 26Mar44. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-614 twenty miles 
						northeast of Gila Bend, AZ 4Oct44. 3508th Base Unit (Technical School), Truax Field, Madison, WI. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6C 42-44141 at Truax Field 17May45
					539 (MSN 77-4578) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-15994 taxying at Mather Field 16Nov41. Struck trees 
						while maneuvering at low altitude and crashed into Lake Tahoe, NV 3Feb42 (2KIS); it was more 
						than fifty miles away from its authorized training area.
					540 (MSN 77-4579) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 28Aug41. 1123rd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Kingman Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kingman 
						Field 20Jul43. Registered as N94506 as a North American-Victoria AT-6A with MSN 41-540; 
						sale reported 14Jan77, cancelled 14Feb13. 
						Conflict:
						Registration N94506 also quoted as MSN 77-4619 (41-570) and MSN 77-4739 (41-660). 
					541 (MSN 77-4580) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Ventura County Airport, Oxnard, CA 9Aug42. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-492 taxying at Sacramento Municipal Airport, CA 28Sep42. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Cal-Aero Field, Ontario, CA 5Oct42
					542 (MSN 77-4581)330th Fighter Squadron, 329th Fighter Group, Lindbergh Field, San Diego, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Lindbergh Field 22Sep43. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized,
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Rittenhouse, AZ 26May44. 
					543 (MSN 77-4582) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped with mechanical failure at Mather Field 8Jul41. 334th School 
						Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged taxying at McClellan Field, 
						Sacramento, CA 22Jul41. 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-623 landing at Mather Field 18Jun42. 569th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged taxying at Indian Springs Field, NV 19Oct43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC61032; N61032. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50
				544/583 (MSN 77-4593/4632)
					544 (MSN 77-4593)
					545 (MSN 77-4594)
					546 (MSN 77-4595) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Field 24Nov41. Damaged by a bird strike fourteen miles northwest of 
						Kelly Field 25Jul42. 65th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision by Curtiss O-52 Owl 40-2745 which ground looped taking off from Brooks 
						Field 5Aug43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 42-85051 taxying at Craig Field 22Feb45. Damaged landing at 
						Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 2Aug45. Registered as NC69922; N69922. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. 
					547 (MSN 77-4596)
					548 (MSN 77-4597) 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Force
						 landed after engine failure at Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, TX 30Jun41. 
					549 (MSN 77-4598)
					550 (MSN 77-4599)
					551 (MSN 77-4600) 480th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Harlingen Field 5Nov42. 480th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with an object at Harlingen Field 21Mar43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Harlingen Field 10Jun43. Damaged landing at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre 
						Sub-Base, TX 7Sep43. Crash landed and destroyed after engine failure two miles southeast 
						of Laguna Madre Sub-Base 29Oct43.
					552 (MSN 77-4601) Registered as NC2802D; N2802D. Ground looped when gear collapsed 
						landing at Brown Field, San Diego, CA 1Nov75. Reregistered Mar77 as N39RH. Rebuilt 
						by Dennis Buehn/ Warbirds West at Compton, CA c1978 as a Super Texan with three-bladed 
						propeller, clipped wings and high performance engine. Damaged in accident, Canada Sep80. 
						Reregistered Aug81 as N78RN as a North American-Victoria AT-6A. Registered to Texas 
						Aviation Hall of Fame / Lone Star Flight Museum, Houston TX, later Galveston TX 27Apr88 to Feb08; 
						current [Jul19]. 
					553 (MSN 77-4602) 
					554 (MSN 77-4603) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Luke Field 1Aug41. Substantially damaged landing at Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing 
						Field, AZ 5Nov41. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 26Jun42. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #4, Molette, AL 23Apr45.
					555 (MSN 77-4604) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 28Aug41. Force landed after engine failure three 
						miles south of Luke Field 19Sep41. 543rd School Squadron, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Field 18Dec41. 3011th Base Unit, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in a collision 
						with parked AT-6C 41-32834 when taxying on the parking ramp at Ajo Field 5Sep44.
					556 (MSN 77-4605) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 18Nov41. Substantially damaged during take-off 
						in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15910 and 41-16047 at Luke Field 2Jun42. 
					557 (MSN 77-4606) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged taxying 
						at Thunderbird Airport #1, Glendale, AZ 12Sep41
					558 (MSN 77-4607) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in 
						accident with AT-6A 41-574 taxying at Luke Field 21Aug41. 543rd School Squadron, 
						Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field, Glendale, AZ 21Nov41. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Williams Field 2May44. Registered as N96465. Registered 1976 
						as N48BC as a North American-Collins AT-6A. Race #48 ‘Bumpin Dunkin’. Registration current [Jul19]. 
					559 (MSN 77-4608) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 1May42. 343rd Fighter Squadron, 55th Fighter Group, 
						McChord Field, Tacoma, WA. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at 
						McChord Field 19Jul43. 443rd Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), 
						Ontario Field, CA. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Ontario Field 1Apr44. 
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 1Oct44. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marana 
						Auxiliary Field #3, Coronado, Red Rock, AZ 7Apr45. Damaged landing at Marana Field 
						24May45. 261st Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), Abilene Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped at Abilene Field 20Aug45. Registered 1946 as NC66890; N66890. 
						Registered as a North American-Victoria AT-6A. Registered to North American Aviation,
						 Los Angeles, CA 10Sep52; cancelled 23May55. 
					560 (MSN 77-4609)330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged by 
						mechanical failure landing at Luke Field 14Jul42. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Luke Field 14Oct42. 
					561 (MSN 77-4610) 543rd School Squadron, Ajo Field, AZ. Damaged in an accident 
						with AT-6A 41-16029 taxying at Luke Field 12Dec41. Accident at Ajo Field 15Dec41. 
						946th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 20Nov42.
					562 (MSN 77-4611) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, AZ 18Jun41. Damaged landing 
						at Ajo Field, AZ 16Mar42. 945th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						while parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-634 taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 22Sep42. 
						3024th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged while parked in a
						collision by AT-6D 42-84775 at Marana Field 19Apr45
					563 (MSN 77-4612) 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Field 20Nov43. Crashed when the pilot 
						bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-652 five miles south of Picacho Reservoir, AZ 1May44
					564 (MSN 77-4613) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Maxwell Field 9Jun41. 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 23Jan42. 349th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. 
						Damaged in collision with Lockheed L-12A Electra Junior 42-1305 taxying at Tyndall Field 
						23Sep43. Registered 1946 as NC61793; N61793. Fokker, Netherlands as X-65. Government 
						of Israel Supply Mission. Israeli Defense Force Air Force as 1108; code 08. Exhibited at 
						Tel Nof AB, Beit Elazari, 1987. Israeli Defense Force Air Force Museum, Hatzerim AB, 
						Beer Sheva 1989. Exhibited as gate guard at Nevatim AB, Beer Sheva 2011
					565 (MSN 77-4614) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped at Maxwell Field 2Jul41. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at McRae 
						CAA Intermediate Landing Field, GA 26Jul41. 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16717 taxying at Craig Field 12Jun42. Registered 15Jan46 as NC52798; N52798. 
						Registered to Frederick B. Ayer/ Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 13Oct49. Registration cancelled 23Jan60. 
					566 (MSN 77-4615) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 17Aug41. Substantially damaged in a fatal crash landing at 
						Gainesville CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 10Dec41. 349th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-218 five miles south of Tyndall Field 3Aug42. 
						697th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Marianna Field, FL. Damaged in collision with a towed target at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 8Mar44.
						 Registered 1946 as NC56671; N56671. South African Air Force 1952 as 7672. Crashed 26Oct57
					567 (MSN 77-4616) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Fatal crash 
						into the ground seven miles north of Evergreen, AL 15Jul41 (1KIS).
					568 (MSN 77-4617) Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged landing at Tyndall Field 19Nov42. 2133rd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 1Mar45. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6C 42-44200 and AT-6D 42-84331 when taxying at 
						Spence Field 7Mar45. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #1, Berlin, GA 5Apr45.
					569 (MSN 77-4618) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Tucson Airport, AZ 28May41. 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Force landed after engine failure three miles west of Eglin Field Range #3, Valparaiso, FL 
						17Oct42. 568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, 
						Brownsville Field, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Mauldin Airport, 
						Brownsville, TX 21Jun44. Registered 1946 as NC59568. Government of the Republic of the 
 						Philippines 25Feb49.  To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					570 (MSN 77-4619) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 16Jun41. 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-481 landing at Napier Field 28Feb42. 2004th Base 
						Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6A 41-17003 at Lincoln Field 30Apr45
					571 (MSN 77-4620)430th School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged landing 
						at Napier Field 19Jan42. 915th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Flexible Gunnery 
						School, Apalachicola Field, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Marianna 
						Field 13Feb43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 5Jun45. Damaged in a bird strike four miles 
						southeast of Selma 5Jul45. Damaged landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #5, Autaugaville, AL 20Jul45  
					572 (MSN 77-4621)  
					573 (MSN 77-4622) Accident at Mather Field, Sacramento, CA 13Aug41. 94th School Squadron, 
						Turner Field, Albany, GA. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Turner
						Field 29Sep41. 54th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Valparaiso, FL. Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 3Mar43. 612th 
						Base Unit (Fixed Gunnery School), Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged by mechanical 
						failure landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 9Aug44. 336th Base Unit (Combat Crew 
						Training Station-Fighter), Sarasota Field, FL. Damaged landing at Dale Mabry Field, 
						Tallahassee, FL 26Aug45. Squadron A, 335th Base Unit (Combat Crew Training Station-Fighter), 
						Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL. Damaged when ground looped at Selman Field, 
						Monroe, LA 1Nov45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54893; cancelled 7Feb51. St. Louis Flying 
						Service, St. Louis, MO. Government of the Republic of the Philippines Nov47. 
						To Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas
					574 (MSN 77-4623) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged in accident with AT-6A 41-558 taxying at Luke Field 21Aug41
					575 (MSN 77-4624) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged landing at Mather Field 31Jul41. 335th School Squadron 
						(Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Mather Field 26May42. 
					576 (MSN 77-4625) 1119th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Substantially damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Yuma Field 6Feb43. 337th Fighter Squadron, 329th Fighter Group, 
						Glendale Field, CA. Damaged in a collision with parked Lockheed P-38H Lightning 
						42-66759 while landing at Glendale Field 26Dec43. 3024th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic) Marana Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Marana Auxiliary Field #4, Avra, AZ 6Mar45
					577 (MSN 77-4626) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 13Aug41. 
						544th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged while parked in an accident 
						by Curtiss P-40 Warhawk 40-319 taxying at Luke Field 11Sep42. 430th Fighter Squadron, 
						474th Fighter Group, Oxnard Flight Strip, CA. Damaged when ground looped caused by 
						mechanical failure at Oxnard Flight Strip 4Jan44. 435th Fighter Squadron, 479th Fighter 
						Group, Oxnard Flight Strip, CA. Damaged taxying at Oxnard Flight Strip 23Feb44.
					578 (MSN 77-4627) 3018th Base Unit (Gunnery School), Kingman Field, AZ. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Kingman Field 4Jan45. Damaged landing 
						twenty-one miles NNE of Kingman, AZ 30Mar45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC49312; N49312. 
						Registered to City of Portland, Portland, OR 2Mar50. Cancelled 11Mar52 [Export C of A 
						issued 5Mar52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						South African Air Force 1952 as 7644. Central Flying School, Dunnottar, Nigel. Dived 
						from high altitude and struck the ground during a night navigation sortie and crashed at 
						Trichardt, near Bethal 26Mar57 (2KIS). 
					579 (MSN 77-4628) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 6Aug41.
					580 (MSN 77-4629) 334th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Mather Field 14Jul41. 336th School 
						Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16074 taxying at Mather Field 24Feb42. 551st School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal 
						Airport, NM 6Aug42. Advanced Flying Training School, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged 
						landing at Luke Field 14Jan43. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-16828 landing at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ 16Feb45. 
						Registered 17Jan46 as NC49310; cancelled 21Oct47. Crashed 31Oct46; wreckage found 12Oct47. 
					581 (MSN 77-4630)336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Mather Field 9Sep41. 715th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Crash landed during 
						landing at Buckingham Field 31Mar43  
					582 (MSN 77-4631) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when nosed 
						over landing at Ajo Field, AZ 4Mar42. 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 4May42. Registered 1946 as NC61402. 
						Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. Cancelled. 
					583 (MSN 77-4632) Advanced Flying School, Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Fatal crash 
						after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-439 two miles northeast of Mather Field 5Feb43. 
				584/623 (MSN 77-4643/4682)
					584 (MSN 77-4643) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Crashed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-672 2.5 miles east of Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, 
						Duncan Field, TX 16Sep41 (2KIS). 
					585 (MSN 77-4644)62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-306 when taxying at Kelly Field 30Jul41  
					586 (MSN 77-4645) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 24Jan42. 506th School 
						Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 17Jun42. Force landed 
						and destroyed after becoming lost one mile north of Dilley, TX 3Aug42.
					587 (MSN 77-4646) Registered 31Jan46 as NC49316; N49316; cancelled 6Jun49. 
						Government of Pakistan Aug49. Royal Pakistan Air Force. 
					588 (MSN 77-4647) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged while parked in collision by AT-6 40-2085 taxying at Kelly Field 9Jun41. 
						62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Crash landed 
						after engine failure ½ mile northeast of Castroville, TX 10Sep41. 63rd Two Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Kelly Field 3Nov41. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged while parked in an accident by AT-6B 41-17267 taxying at Ajo 
						Auxiliary Field #1, AZ 11May45
					589 (MSN 77-4648) Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. ? 3 British Flying Training School, 
						Miami Municipal Airport, OK; operated by Spartan School of Aeronautics. Crashed after 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-701 and the pilot bailed out three miles northwest of 
						Mineral, KS 18Oct41
					590 (MSN 77-4649) 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 20Jan42
					591 (MSN 77-4650) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Field 4Dec41. Aerial Gunnery School, Harlingen Field, TX [Oct42]; 
						code 102. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Substantially damaged by a bird strike at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre 
						Sub-Base, TX 20Jul43
					592 (MSN 77-4651) Aerial Gunnery School, Harlingen Field, TX [Oct42]; code 101. 
						477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Harlingen Field 6Feb44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 29Feb44. 
						2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged when ground looped 
						at Shaw Field 3Nov44. Registered 1946 as NC62413; N62413; cancelled. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					593 (MSN 77-4652) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Kelly Field 1Jul41
					594 (MSN 77-4653) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
						at Luke Field 10Oct41. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-16089 at Williams Auxiliary Field #1, Gilbert, AZ 23Feb44.
						3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Williams Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 18Jul44. 
						3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged landing at Buckley Field 21Jun45. Registered 1946 as NC62301; cancelled
					595 (MSN 77-4654) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						landing at Luke Field 25Apr42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, 
						Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-15947 landing at Williams Field 5Dec43.
					596 (MSN 77-4655) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an 
						accident with AT-6A 41-15887 taxying at Luke* Field 18Dec41
					597 (MSN 77-4656) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 30Jan42. Fatal crash into the ground in bad weather twelve miles 
						northeast of Hachita, NM 9Feb42 (1KIS)
					598 (MSN 77-4657) 55th Fighter Squadron, 20th Fighter Group, March Field, Riverside, CA. 
						Damaged taxying at March Field 26Apr43. 337th Fighter Squadron, 329th Fighter Group, 
						Glendale Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Glendale Field 26Jun43. 
						499th Base HQ and Air Base Squadron (San Bernardino Air Service Command) San 
						Bernardino Field, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at San Bernardino Field 6Dec43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at San Bernardino Field 9Mar44.
					599 (MSN 77-4658)946th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged landing at Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 14Dec42  
					600 (MSN 77-4659) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion 3.5 miles southwest of Luke Field 16Dec41. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 
						41-15926 landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #2, Beardsley, AZ 23Apr42. 949th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke Auxiliary Field #3, 
						Fighter, AZ 15Nov42. 330th Fighter Squadron, 329th Fighter Group, Lindbergh Field, 
						San Diego, CA. Fatal crash three miles south of Delmar, CA 5May43 (2KIS)
					601 (MSN 77-4660) 331st School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash into the 
						ground 1/4 mile southwest of Luke Field 21Aug41 (1KIS).
					602 (MSN 77-4661) 
					603 (MSN 77-4662) 332nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 6Aug41. Registered 1946 as NC64449; cancelled. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 22Sep48. Exported to a foreign government
					604 (MSN 77-4663) 431st School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 8May42. 431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Crashed after the pilot lost control near Maxwell Field, 
						Montgomery, AL 16Dec42 (1KIS
					605 (MSN 77-4664) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						landing at Maxwell Field 27Jun41
					606 (MSN 77-4665) 382nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged in a collision at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 2Mar44. 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged in a mid-air collision at Spence Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Tifton, GA 25Nov44. Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #4, Tifton, GA 26Jan45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC5929V; N5929V; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1946
					607 (MSN 77-4666)558th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged after engine 
						failure taking off from Alma CAA Intermediate Landing Field, GA 15Dec41. 715th Flexible 
						Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, 
						Fort Myers, FL. Damaged landing at Buckingham Field 29Oct42. 659th School Squadron, 
						West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Stewart Auxiliary Field #3, New Hackensack, NY 22Apr44. 2002nd Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Stewart Field 4Jul44. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Randolph 
						Auxiliary Field #6, Zuehl, TX 22Aug45    
					608 (MSN 77-4667) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 2Dec41. 432nd School Squadron, 
						Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Napier Field 17Feb42. 
						17th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Marianna Field, FL. Fatal crash into the ground 
						at Marianna Field 10Jan43 (2KIS). 
					609 (MSN 77-4668) 94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 19Nov41.
					610 (MSN 77-4669) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Substantially 
						damaged landing at Maxwell Field 11Jul41. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a 
						fatal mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-366 twelve miles northeast of Mobile, AL 30Aug41
					611 (MSN 77-4670)68th Air Base Squadron (Special), Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing with mechanical failure at Turner Auxiliary Field #6, North 
						Smithville, GA 6Apr43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Turner Field 23Apr43. 
						2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Damaged while parked 
						in a collision by AT-6D 41-34131 at Spence Field 20Dec44 
					612 (MSN 77-4671)94th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged landing at 
						Weedon Field, Eufaula, AL 17Sep41. Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Field 1Feb43. 54th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #2 20Feb43  
					613 (MSN 77-4672) 
					614 (MSN 77-4673) 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Marysville Field, CA 6Jul42. 3010th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, 
						Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing in bad weather at Williams 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Rittenhouse, AZ 13Jun44. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-538 twenty miles northeast of Gila Bend, AZ 4Oct44.
					615 (MSN 77-4674) to civil registry in 1946 as NC57479, N57479.  To Mexican AF Oct 28, 1952 as EAN-820
					616 (MSN 77-4675) 337th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when taxying in collision by AT-6A 41-16088 which was landing at Mather Field 5Jan42. 
						Flexible Gunnery School, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Substantially damaged taxying at 
						Las Vegas Field 21Jan43. North American Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D 
						standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación Naval 1949 as 0353. Escuadrilla 
						Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 3, Base Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; 
						code 3-A-24. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Propósitos Generales de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 1; 
						code 1-G-29. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code EAN-239. SOC 1967. 
					617 (MSN 77-4676) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Victoria 
						Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Victoria Field 28Oct41. 337th School 
						Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Fatal crash into the ground 
						twenty miles south of Merced, CA 6Feb42 (1KIS). 
					618 (MSN 77-4677) 337th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-15828 at Mather Field 15Sep41. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Mather Field 10Oct41. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. 
						Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine Navy / Armada de la República Argentina Jan47 as 0194. 
						Renamed as Comando de la Aviación Naval 2Nov47. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, 
						Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-206.Escuadrilla Aeronaval de 
						Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 2, Base Aeronaval Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; 
						code 2-A-2 [1949]. SOC 1960..
					619 (MSN 77-4678) 337th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Mather Field 8Nov41. 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), 
						Mather Field. Wrecked landing at Mather Field 4Jun42. 
					620 (MSN 77-4679) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged by fire in an accident at Sacramento Municipal Airport 13Aug42. Squadron C, 
						3702nd Base Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. 
						Damaged landing at Buckley Field 30May45. Registered 1946 as NC64768; N64768; cancelled. 
						Cobell Industries, Inc., Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					621 (MSN 77-4680)  544th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 10Dec42. 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Merced Field 24Nov44. 
					622 (MSN 77-4681) 50th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged taxying at Indian Springs Field, NV 23Feb43. 51st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron,
						McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field 9Jul43. 
						Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-16092 when taxying at Indian Springs Field 29Jul43. 
						569th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16090 twelve miles north of Indian Springs, NV 15Oct43. 
						533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						in a collision with AT-6A 41-443 landing at Williams Field 12Feb44
					623 (MSN 77-4682) 338th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged taxying at Mather Field 21Dec41. 336th School Squadron (Navigator School), 
						Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-543 landing at Mather Field 
						18Jun42. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Williams Field 17Feb44. 535th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-15891 taxying at Williams Field 
						29Apr44. 37th Flying Training Wing, Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Yuma Field 12Apr45. 
						Registered as NC59643; N59643; cancelled 26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 
						15Mar49. Exported to a foreign government
				624/653 (MSN 77-4693/4722)
					624 (MSN 77-4693) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at  Craig Field 4Jun45. Registered as NC55812; N55812. 
						Registered to Frederick B. Ayer/ Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 2Nov50. Registration cancelled 23Jan60
					625 (MSN 77-4694) 335th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Mather Field 5Aug41
					626 (MSN 77-4695)338th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged landing at Alicia Field, Marysville, CA 23Dec41. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training 
						Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Yuma Field, AZ 31Mar44  
					627 (MSN 77-4696) 556th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Damaged landing 
						at Turner Field 28Nov41. 338th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, 
						Sacramento, CA. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-15900 taxying at Mather Field 20Dec41. 
						669th Bombardier Training Squadron, Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged landing at Gila 
						Bend Auxiliary Field #3, AZ 24Nov42
					628 (MSN 77-4697) 
					629 (MSN 77-4698) built and accepted on 24 June 1941.  14th Flying Training Detachment (Primary), War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA. 
						Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with Vultee BT-15 Valiant 41-10193 during 
						take-off from War Eagle Field 23Nov42. Registered 1946 as NC61344. Vest Aircraft and 
						Finance Company, Denver, CO. Registered as N61344. Sold to US Air Force. Aircraft Sales 
						Ltd, Los Angeles, CA. James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC 9Jan51. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 30Apr52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured 
						to T-6D standard. South African Air Force 1952 as 7661. Mid-air collision 28Jul54 with 
						Harvard 7712. Transferred to the Harvard Club of South Africa; registered as a cultural 
						treasure with the National Heritage Council. Registered 15Dec95 as ZU-AOY; current [Aug17]. 
						Restoration; completion scheduled for late 2020
					630 (MSN 77-4699) Registered 1947 as NC49359; N49359; cancelled [Export C of A issued 
						31Mar52]. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						South African Air Force 1952 as 7653. Registered 13Feb98 as N7653A as a 
						North American-Victoria AT-6A, current [Jun20]
					631 (MSN 77-4700) 339th School Squadron (Navigator School), Mather Field, Sacramento, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Mather Field 10Oct41. 381st Single Engine Flying 
						Training Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Craig Field 25Nov42. 92nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Auxiliary Field #1, Valparaiso, FL 13May43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #3, Valparaiso, FL 28Aug43. 
						Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field, AL 23Sep43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 22Oct43. 
						Fatal crash into the ground fifteen miles south of Craig Field 11Mar44 (1KIS). 
					632 (MSN 77-4701)American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio 
						Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian 
						Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 2May47 as 1408. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea 
						dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Núcleo do Parque de Material Aeronáutico do Lagoa Santa, MG. SOC 12Jul61.
					633 (MSN 77-4702) 
					634 (MSN 77-4703) 945th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in an accident 
						with parked AT-6A 41-562 when taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 22Sep42. Squadron C, 3702nd Base 
						Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged when 
						ground looped at Buckley Field 18Jun45 and 19Jun45. Registered as 18Jan46 NC54785; N54785; 
						cancelled 25Jul50. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 5May49. Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Feb50 as 296. Grupo de 
						Aviación ? 10, Base Aérea Los Cerrillos, Santiago. Accident 24Sep59..
					635 (MSN 77-4704) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						when force landed after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-653 seven miles southwest 
						of Luke Field 25Aug41. Damaged landing at Luke Field 19Nov41. 3028th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Ajo Field, AZ 27Jan45.
					636 (MSN 77-4705) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, AZ 17Nov41. Crashed after the pilot lost 
						control at Salome CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 23Jul42
					637 (MSN 77-4706) 3026th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Merced Field, Atwater, CA. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Merced Auxiliary Field #2, Ballico, Turlock, CA 5Oct44. 
						Registered as NC69109; N69109. Spartan Aero Repair, Camden, NJ. Registration cancelled 
						[Export C of A issued 3Apr52]. Government of Israel Supply Mission 3Apr52. Israeli Defense 
						Force Air Force.
					638 (MSN 77-4707)345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Luke Field 23Dec41. 944th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 330th Single Engine 
						Gunnery Training Group, Ajo Field, AZ. Crash landed during landing at Ajo Field 18Aug43. 
						207th Base Unit, Bergstrom Field, Austin, TX. Damaged landing at Bergstrom Field 13Oct45.  
					639 (MSN 77-4708) 351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las
						Vegas, NV. Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 10Nov43. Registered 
						1946 as NC74649. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 27Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
						Corporation [TEMCO]. Registration cancelled 28Jul50. Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-27/91
					640 (MSN 77-4709) 
					641 (MSN 77-4710) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Luke Field 16Sep41 and 23Oct41. School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal 
						Airport, NM 24Jun42. 950th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 307th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Yuma Field, AZ. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-16291 fifteen miles northwest of Yuma Field 29Mar43. North American Aviation, 
						Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la Aviación 
						Naval 1949 as 0345. Escuadrilla Aeronaval de Ataque de la Escuadra Aeronaval ? 3, Base 
						Aeronaval Punta Indio, Verónica; code 3-A-17. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval 
						Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-224. 
					642 (MSN 77-4711)346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Mid-air collision 
						with an object between Ajo Field and Luke Field 27Mar42. 552nd School Squadron, Roswell 
						Field, NM. Damaged when ground looped landing at Roswell Field 30Aug42. 3702nd Base 
						Unit (Technical School & Basic Training Center), Buckley Field, Denver, CO. Damaged taxying 
						at Buckley Field 26Apr45 and 28Apr45  
					643 (MSN 77-4712) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Ajo Auxiliary Field, AZ 6Mar42. 946th Single Engine Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Gila Bend Auxiliary Field 1Feb44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), 
						Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air collision with a towed target over Ajo Field, AZ 
						17Jan45. Registered 1946 as NC57398; N57398. Exported to undisclosed country c1949. 
					644 (MSN 77-4713)346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at Luke 
						Field 8Sep41. 552nd School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Roswell Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 20Aug42. 755th Basic 
						Flying Training Squadron, Marana Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Marana Field 13Nov43  
					645 (MSN 77-4714) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 31Jul41. Damaged landing at Luke Field 7Aug41. 
						Registered 4Mar46 as NC54888; N54888. Registered to Anthony Stinis, Jamaica, NY [Stinis Air 
						Service/ Skytypers Inc. ] 13Sep48. Frederick B. Ayer/ Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 1948. TJ Murrell, 
						New York, NY 20Nov48. Seized by US Customs for attempted illegal export Jan49. Registration 
						cancelled 29Dec49
					646 (MSN 77-4715345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-15995 during take-off at Luke Field 14Nov41. 51st Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. Damaged landing at Las Vegas Field 1Mar43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Indian Springs Field, NV 20May43. 3036th Base 
						Unit (Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Yuma 
						Field, AZ 9Jun44 and 6Sep44) 
					647 (MSN 77-4716) 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Damaged while parked in a collision by AT-6B 41-17257 and Curtiss P-40N 
						Warhawks 43-24488 and 44-7687 being flown by Chinese pilots at Ajo Field, AZ 28Jun45
					648 (MSN 77-4717) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing 
						at Luke Field 10Oct41
					649 (MSN 77-4718) 345th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged landing at 
						Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AZ 20Dec41. Damaged in a mid-air collision 
						with AT-6A 41-15834 at Luke Auxiliary Field #6, Perryville, Goodyear, AZ 17Jan42
					650 (MSN 77-4719)346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when nosed 
						over after a forced landing with engine failure at Tonopah CAA Intermediate Landing 
						Field, AZ 20Mar42. 352nd Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, McCarran Field, Las Vegas, NV. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Las Vegas Field 2Jul43. 3029th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Gila Bend Auxiliary Field, AZ. Damaged landing at Gila Bend 
						Auxiliary Field 4Jun44. 3028th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Luke Field, 
						Glendale, AZ. Crash landed after engine failure nine miles southwest of Gila Bend, AZ 8Nov44     
					651 (MSN 77-4720) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Luke Field 10Sep41. Substantially damaged in an accident with AT-6A 41-652 
						taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 15Dec41. Base Headquarters Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Roswell 
						Field, NM. Crashed taking off from Cuauhtémoc, Sonora, México 12Aug42
					652 (MSN 77-4721) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						in an accident with AT-6A 41-651 taxying at Ajo Field, AZ 15Dec41. 548th School Squadron, 
						Roswell Field, NM. Force landed after engine failure seven miles east of Roswell Field 28Jul42. 
						542nd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Luke Field 27May43. 533rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Williams 
						Field, Mesa, AZ. Crashed when the pilot bailed out after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-563 
						five miles south of Picacho Reservoir, AZ 1May44
					653 (MSN 77-4722) 346th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged in a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-635 seven miles southwest of Luke Field 25Aug41. 332nd School 
						Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Damaged when ground looped landing at Luke Field 18Dec41. 
						551st School Squadron, Roswell Field, NM. Damaged when ground looped landing at Roswell 
						Auxiliary Field #9, Roswell Municipal Airport, NM 30Jun42. 3008th Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Minter Field, Shafter, CA. Damaged when ground looped at Minter Field 23Jan45. 
						Registered 1946 as NC68733. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
						Corporation [TEMCO]. Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-14/91
				654/665 (MSN 77-4733/4744)
					654 (MSN 77-4733) 330th School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Fatal crash into the 
						ground in bad weather 7.2 miles east of Hermanas, NM 9Feb42 (1KIS.  
					655 (MSN 77-4734) 542nd School Squadron, Luke Field, Glendale, AZ. Substantially damaged 
						when nosed over after a forced landing with engine failure at Paulden, AZ 31Jul42. 369th Fighter 
						Squadron, 359th Fighter Group, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY. Fatal crash after a
						mid-air collision with Republic P-47D Thunderbolt 42-8462 three miles east of Republic Field 4Jun43 (1KIS).
					656 (MSN 77-4735) 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. 
						Damaged in a collision with parked AT-6B 41-17287 at Sheppard Field 7Aug45. North American 
						Aviation, Downey, CA May48. Modified to T-6D standard. Argentine Navy / Comando de la 
						Aviación Naval 1950 as 0357. Escuadrilla de Entrenamiento Avanzado, Base Aeronaval Comandante 
						Espora, Bahía Blanca; code 1-E-220, later as 1-E-229. Escuela de Aviación Naval, Base Aeronaval 
						Comandante Espora, Bahía Blanca; code EAN-229.
					657 (MSN 77-4736) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 12Nov41. 448th School Squadron, 
						Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged five miles off Panama City Beach 4Jun42. 2142nd Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Damaged when ground looped at Shaw Field 
						8Nov44. Registered 12Feb46 as NC51498; N51498; cancelled 25Jul50. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 23Feb50
					658 (MSN 77-4737) 381st School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field,
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Birmingham Field, AL 31Jul42. 911th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed after engine failure one mile 
						north of Jackson, AL 6Nov42. 441st Fighter Squadron, 338th Fighter Group, Dale Mabry Field, 
						Tallahassee, FL. Fatal crash into Gulf of México twenty-five miles southeast of Dale Mabry Field 18May43 (2KIS).
					659 (MSN 77-4738) 382nd School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Crashed and destroyed taking off from Craig Field 27Dec41 (2KIS).
					660 (MSN 77-4739) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when force landed after becoming lost at Lumberton, MS 22Apr42.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 2Aug42
					661 (MSN 77-4740)  90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 
						11May43. Substantially damaged landing at Atmore CAA Intermediate Landing Field, AL 19May43. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 21Jun43. 
						Registered 1946 as NC65009. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 28Dec48. Exported
					662 (MSN 77-4741) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 23Sep41. 382nd School Squadron, 
						22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field, 19Dec41. Damaged landing at Craig Field 20Mar42. Crashed when the 
						pilot bailed out after engine failure and fire three miles southwest of Beatrice, AL 26Jun42
					663 (MSN 77-4742) 
					664 (MSN 77-4743) noted in 1974 in a barn somewhere in Arizona	
					665 (MSN 77-4744) Registered 1946 as NC59118; N59118; cancelled 26Jul50. North American 
						Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 13Oct48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering and Manufacturing 
						Corporation [TEMCO]. Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-16/91	
41-666/785		North American AT-6A-NT Texan
				The following MSNs are from Hagedorn.  Another reference has MSNs being 78-4625/4744.  
					Andrade lists 776/785 as being MSN 78-6072/6081.
				Most of the data is from publications written by Peter C Smith, 
					Dan Hagedorn and Benno Goethals
				666/735 (MSN 78-5932/6001)
					666 (MSN 78-5932) Wright Field, Dayton, OH Apr41. Accident at Wright Field 1Mar44. 
						568th Base Unit, 4th Fighter Operational Training Unit, Air Transport Command, 
						Brownsville Field, TX. Substantially damaged landing at Mauldin Airport, Brownsville, TX 
						11Jul44. Damaged when ground looped landing at Mauldin Airport 21Jul44.
					667 (MSN 78-5933) 61st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 10May41 
					668 (MSN 78-5934) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Registered 19Jan46 as NC55035; N55035. Accident 22Apr49. Vest Aircraft and Finance 
						Company, Denver, CO. Registration cancelled 6Nov51
					669 (MSN 78-5935) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 65th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Brooks Field 23Dec42. Crashed after the pilot lost control and bailed out 
						eight miles southeast of Brooks Field 17Mar43
					670 (MSN 78-5936) 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with parked BC-1 38-385 when taxying at Kelly Field 10Jun41. 
						64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash when 
						the aircraft flew into the ground twelve miles north of Kelly Field 22Oct41 (1KIS)
					671 (MSN 78-5937) 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field 19Jul43.
					672 (MSN 78-5938) 61st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 14Aug41. Crashed after 
						a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-584 and the pilots bailed out 2.5 miles east of Kelly 
						Auxiliary Field #2, Duncan Field, TX 16Sep41. 
					673 (MSN 78-5939)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.  
					674 (MSN 78-5940) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Crashed and destroyed taking off from Kelly Field 27May41 (1KIS). 
					675 (MSN 78-5941)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Squadron C, 
						2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Force landed after engine failure at Randolph Field 13Feb45. Damaged landing at Randolph Field 22May45  
					676 (MSN 78-5942)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX  
					677 (MSN 78-5943) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 2138th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 1Dec44. Damaged when parked in an accident by AT-6A 41-216 landing 
						at Craig Field 3Apr45. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. Wrecked taking 
						off from Lincoln Field 10Jul45.; repaired (?); wfu; to Peru AF as 390 in Jul 1946
					678 (MSN 78-5944) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					679 (MSN 78-5945) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						62nd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged 
						taxying at Kelly Field 7Aug41. Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 28Aug41
					680 (MSN 78-5946) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 
					681 (MSN 78-5947) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Accident taking off from Kelly Field 27May41. American Republics Project to Brazilian 
						Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D 
						standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 8Aug47 as 1451. Escola de Aeronáutica, 
						Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ. 2º Esquadrões de Reconhecimento e Ataque, 
						Base Aérea de São Paulo, Guarulhos, SP. SOC 21Sep72.
					682 (MSN 78-5948) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Registered 2Jul46 
						as NC90642 to Northrop Aircraft Inc, Hawthorne, CA; cancelled 17Nov47 on export to the 
						Philippines. Government of the Republic of the Philippines c.30Nov47. 
						Philippine Air Force / Hukbóng Himpapawid ng Pilipinas. 
					683 (MSN 78-5949) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Kelly Auxiliary Field #5, Brooks Field, TX 4Sep41. 503rd School Squadron 
						(Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), Moore Field, Mission, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Moore Field 22Sep42. 503rd Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						58th Single Engine Flying Training Group, Moore Field, Mission, TX. Force landed and 
						destroyed after engine failure four miles northwest of Chelsea, OK 14Nov42.
					684 (MSN 78-5950) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6 40-2114 during landing at Kelly Field 26Mar42. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Kelly Field 19Aug42
					685 (MSN 78-5951) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
					686 (MSN 78-5952) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 3010th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Williams Field, Mesa, AZ. Damaged 
						taxying at Williams Auxiliary Field #4, Casa Grande, AZ 31May44. 3027th Base Unit 
						(Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Pecos Field, TX. Fatal after take-off 5.5 miles 
						southeast of Pecos Auxiliary Field, TX 6Mar45 (1KIS).
					687 (MSN 78-5953) 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Severely damaged landing at Kelly Field 7Jun41. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged in a collision with 
						AT-6C 41-32995 taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 27Jan44. American 
						Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 19Aug47 
						as 1452. Base Aérea de Canoas, Porto Alegre, RS. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6D 1324 
						(42-86419) at Viamão, Porto Alegre, RS 3Sep47. Crashed at Pirajuí, SP 12Jun49 (1INJ) 
					688 (MSN 78-5954) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.  Accident at Phoenix, AZ 26Oct43.
					689 (MSN 78-5955)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. War Assets 
						Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, 
						Netherlands. Registered 16Aug46 as PH-UBN. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Soesterberg, Netherlands 18Sep46. Damaged when ground looped landing at Gilze-Rijen, 
						Netherlands 4Dec46. Ground looped landing at Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands 12May47 
						damaging the left wing. Ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 28Apr48 damaging a wing tip. 
						Ground looped landing at Gilze-Rijen, Netherlands 20Jul48 damaging the left wing 
						and aileron. Damaged when the aircraft nosed over taxying at Eelde 22Oct59. 
						Close to the end of the RLS-Harvard era, the aircraft was not repaired. Cancelled 30Aug60 
						as sold to Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo International BV at Deurne, Belgium
					690 (MSN 78-5956) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 902nd 
						Base Unit, Proving Ground Command, Orlando AAB, FL. Damaged in a collision with 
						parked AT-6F 44-81676 at Orlando Field, FL 27Jun45.
					691 (MSN 78-5957) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Registered 1946 as NC61336; cancelled. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, 
						CA 26Nov48. Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs. Exported
					692 (MSN 78-5958)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX  
					693 (MSN 78-5959)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX
					694 (MSN 78-5960) 64th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Damaged landing at Temple CAA Intermediate Landing 
						Field, TX 22Jul41. 506th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Substantially damaged in an accident at Moore Field 7Oct42. 
						Registered as NC58730; cancelled
					695 (MSN 78-5961) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over while landing at Kelly Field 16May42. 
						Registered 19Feb48 as NC1388M; N1388M; cancelled 8Feb50. Cobell Industries, Inc., 
						Meacham Field, Fort Worth TX 1950. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Jun50. 
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					696 (MSN 78-5962)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX  
					697 (MSN 78-5963) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 97th School 
						Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged when nosed over landing at Foster Field 30Jul42. Substantially damaged 
						taxying at Austwell CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 18Aug42. Damaged in collision 
						with parked AT-6A 41-328 when taxying at Foster Field, TX 28Aug42. 97th Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Foster Field, 
						Victoria, TX. Damaged landing at Foster Auxiliary Field #1, TX 29Dec42. 99th Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 63rd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Crash landed after engine failure seven miles north of Foster 
						Field 23May43. Damaged in collision with AT-6D 42-44706 taxying at Foster Field 13Apr44
					698 (MSN 78-5964) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. 62nd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 
						16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 21Jul41. Crash landed after mechanical failure 
						at Kelly Field 8Oct41. 504th School Squadron (Pilot School, Advanced Single Engine), 
						Moore Field, Mission, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air collision with AT-6B 41-17133 eight 
						miles southeast of Moore Field 23Apr42 (1KIS).
					699 (MSN 78-5965) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Kelly Field 3Jun41. Registered 1946 as NC61403; 
						cancelled. Vest Aircraft and Finance Company, Denver, CO. 
					700 (MSN 78-5966) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX
					701 (MSN 78-5967)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Lend-Lease to Royal 
						Air Force. ? 3 British Flying Training School, Miami Municipal Airport, OK; operated by 
						Spartan School of Aeronautics. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-589 three 
						miles northwest of Mineral, KS 18Oct41.  
					702 (MSN 78-5968) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged in a ground collision with BC-1 38-423 at Kelly Field 9Jul41  
					703 (MSN 78-5969)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. American 
						Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força Aérea 
						Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1500. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Esquadrilha da Fumaça (Smoke Squadron), Base Aérea dos Afonsos, 
						Rio de Janeiro, RJ  
					704 (MSN 78-5970) 64th Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged by a bird strike at Kelly Field 30Sep41. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 
						93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Fatal crash after a mid-air 
						collision with AT-6A 41-16104 at Harlingen Field, TX 13May43 (1KIS). 
					705 (MSN 78-5971) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX.
					706 (MSN 78-5972) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Kelly Field 7Jun41. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. Crashed after a mid-air collision ten miles 
						southwest of Boerne, TX 11Aug41
					707 (MSN 78-5973) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX
					708 (MSN 78-5974) 62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Eagle Pass Field, TX 20Aug41. 97th School Squadron (Advanced 
						Flying School, Single Engine), Victoria Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
						Victoria Field 4Dec41. Foster Field, Victoria, TX 15Jan42. Damaged taxying at Austwell CAA 
						Intermediate Landing Field, TX 2Feb42. 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, 
						Houston, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-721 taxying at Galveston Municipal 
						Airport, TX 30Dec42. 90th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Craig Auxiliary Field #2, Furniss, AL 10Jul43. 55th Base Headquarters and Air
						Base Squadron, 68th Two Engine Flying Training Group, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. 
						Crash landed with mechanical failure at Ellington Field 13Sep43. 477th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged taxying at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 4Mar44 and 16Apr44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Molette, AL 17Jul44. 3541st Base Unit (Technical School), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Fatal crash four miles northwest of Lincoln 11Nov45
					709 (MSN 78-5975) 61st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Temple CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 21Aug41. 
						Registered 1946 as NC59084; cancelled
					710 (MSN 78-5976) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 2116th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged in mid-air collision with AT-6C 41-32432 five miles southwest of Dothan 
						23Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC63051; N63051; cancelled [Export C of A issued 29Feb52]. 
						The Babb Co., Inc., Glendale, CA 1952. Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; 
						remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African Air Force c.19Mar52 as 7640. 
						Registered 28May97 as VH-LNT; current [Apr18]. 
					711 (MSN 78-5977)62nd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. 62nd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 
						16Jun41. Damaged landing at Kelly Auxiliary Field #3, Castroville, TX 2Sep41 
					712 (MSN 78-5978)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 482nd School 
						Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lake Charles 
						Field 11Mar42. Damaged when nosed over landing at Lake Charles Field 11Apr42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Lake Charles Field 25May42. Damaged landing 
						at Lake Charles Field 25Jun42
					713 (MSN 78-5979) 63rd School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Kelly Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. 63rd Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16Jun41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Kelly Field 22Aug41
					714 (MSN 78-5980) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 51st Basic 
						Flying Training Group, Independence Field, KS. Damaged landing at Independence 
						Field 22Feb44. Registered 1946 as NC62895; N62895. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. 
						To Royal Egyptian Air Force 23Oct50. WFU
					715 (MSN 78-5981)Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 
					716 (MSN 78-5982) Advanced Flying School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX
					717 (MSN 78-5983)75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Victoria Field, TX. 
						Damaged in collision with Vultee BT-13A Valiant 41-11408 taxying at Victoria Field 
						2Jan42. 480th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Harlingen Field 24Oct42. 2516th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic), Eagle Pass Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Pass Field 8Jun44. 
					718 (MSN 78-5984) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						48th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Fatal accident when crashed after engine failure taking off from Foster Field 24Mar42 (1KIS).
					719 (MSN 78-5985) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						72nd School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged while parked in collision 
						by AT-6A 41-15881 taxying at Ellington Field 17Oct41. 482nd School Squadron, Lake 
						Charles Field, LA. Damaged when the pilot lost control landing at Lake Charles Field 29Apr42. 
						Registered 1946 as NC67739; cancelled
					720 (MSN 78-5986) 97th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Victoria Field, TX. Damaged by mechanical failure landing at Victoria Field 24Nov41. 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX 15Jan42. 513th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Substantially damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16341 taxying 
						at Foster Field 30May42. 75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						when nosed over taxying at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 3Oct42. Force landed after
						engine failure in water, west tip of Galveston Island, TX 13Oct42
					721 (MSN 78-5987) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-708 taxying at Galveston Municipal Airport, TX 30Dec42
					722 (MSN 78-5988) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Victoria Field, TX. 
						Damaged by a bird strike at Austwell CAA Intermediate Landing Field, TX 19Dec41. 
						478th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Harlingen Field, TX. Crash landed after engine failure at Harlingen Air Gunnery 
						School ground range 17Feb43. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Harlingen 
						Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre 
						Sub-Base, TX 27Jul43
					723 (MSN 78-5989)75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Victoria Field, TX. 
						Damaged landing at Victoria Airport, TX 2Dec41. 570th School Squadron, West Point 
						Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. Damaged landing at Stewart Field 22May43. 
						659th School Squadron, West Point Military Academy, Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY. 
						Damaged landing at Stewart Field 19Oct43. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Stewart Field 30Nov43. Damaged landing at Stewart Auxiliary Field #2, Wallkill, NY 
						24Feb44. 2002nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic-Advanced), Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY.
						Damaged landing at Stewart Field 17May44. Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Specialized, Very Heavy), Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over 
						landing at Randolph Field 13Feb45. Damaged when nosed over landing Randolph 
						Auxiliary Field #8, Davenport, TX 27Apr45 
					724 (MSN 78-5990)75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						73rd School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Ellington Field 28Oct41. 501st School Squadron (Advanced 
						Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock Advanced Flying School, TX. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Lubbock AFS 28Mar42    
					725 (MSN 78-5991) 479th School Squadron (Gunnery School), Harlingen Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Harlingen Field 20Oct42. 1023rd Aircraft 
						Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo Field 20Sep43. Damaged while
						parked in an accident by Lockheed AT-18 42-55607 caused by mechanical failure 
						when taxying at Laredo Field 10Feb44. Fatal crash twenty miles southwest of Trout Lake, 
						Northwest Territories, Canada 5Nov44
					726 (MSN 78-5992) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						515th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-16263 near Foster Field, TX 6Sep42. 
						1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo 
						Field, TX. Crash landed and destroyed after engine failure fifteen miles north of Laredo 29Mar44.
					727 (MSN 78-5993) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Foster Field, Victoria, TX. 
						Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out in bad weather four miles 
						southwest of Yoakum, TX 16Jun42
					728 (MSN 78-5994) 481st School Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX 10Oct42. 481st Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, Lake Charles Field, LA. Damaged landing at Lake 
						Charles Auxiliary Field, Gillis, LA 19Nov42. 75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington 
						Field, Houston, TX. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Ellington 
						Auxiliary Field #1, Red Bluff, TX 7Feb43. Registered as NC59133; N59133; cancelled 
						26Jul50. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 13Mar50
					729 (MSN 78-5995) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						75th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in collision with AT-6A 
						41-778 taxying at Ellington Field 23Dec41.
					730 (MSN 78-5996) 75th Flying Training Wing, Eastern Flying Training Command. 
						75th Flying Training Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Ellington Field 29Dec42
					731 (MSN 78-5997) 76th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Ellington Field 20Dec41. 75th Flying Training Wing, 
						Ellington Field, Houston, TX [Oct42]; code 114. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 
						2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged while parked in 
						collision by AT-6A 41-15851 taxying at Laredo Field 30Jun43. Damaged in collision 
						with AT-6A 41-312 taxying at Laredo Field 3Mar44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Wrecked when ground looped 
						landing at Napier Field 14Jun44.
					732 (MSN 78-5998) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 11Oct41. 
						609th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL. 
						Damaged taxying at Eglin Field 2Jan43. Crashed twenty-three miles west of Eglin Field 22Apr43
					733 (MSN 78-5999) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Force landed with fuel exhaustion at Reform, AL 16Sep41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 12Oct41. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 1Dec41. Substantially damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Craig Field 17Jun42. 21st Single Engine Flying Training 
						Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Eglin Field, Valpariso, FL 7Apr44. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 22Aug44. Damaged landing 
						at Craig Field 27Jan45
					734 (MSN 78-6000) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 24Dec41. 
						717th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, 
						Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Punta 
						Gorda Field, FL 14Oct43
					735 (MSN 78-6001) Flexible Gunnery Training School, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Substantially damaged in a collision with AT-6C 41-32286 taxying at Buckingham 
						Field 27Jul43. 452nd Ferrying Squadron. Fatal crash into the ground two miles 
						southeast of Brookhaven, TX 22Oct43 (1KIS)
				736/755 (MSN 78-6012/6031)
					736 (MSN 78-6012)90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Legion Field, Selma, AL 26Jul41 
					737 (MSN 78-6013) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Field, Selma, AL. Damaged landing at Craig Field 3Sep41 and 23Oct41. Registered 
						17Jan46 as NC54836 to St. Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. Sam Goldman/ Chesapeake 
						Airways Corp, Salisbury, MD 1949. Frederick B. Ayer/ Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ 30Apr49. 
						Registered 17Nov50 as N54836 to Trade-Ayer Co, Linden, NJ. Registration cancelled 24Jul51. 
						Exported. 
					738 (MSN 78-6014) 
					739 (MSN 78-6015) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 7Jul42. 
						14th Fighter Squadron, 53rd Fighter Group, Venice Field, FL. Damaged when parked 
						in a collision during maintenance by Bell P-39D Airacobra 41-28371 at Venice Field 2Sep43.
					740 (MSN 78-6016) 
					741 (MSN 78-6017)
					742 (MSN 78-6018) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident fourteen miles southwest of Terrell 9Jul45 
					743 (MSN 78-6019)2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), Kaufman 
						County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident at Terrell 28Aug45  
					744 (MSN 78-6020 
					745 (MSN 78-6021) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL.  Fatal crashafter midair collision with AT-6A 
						41-750 at Gunter Auxiliary Field #5, Taylor, AL Feb 5, 1942.
					746 (MSN 78-6022)American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air 
						Materiel Area, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air 
						Force / Força Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1498. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea 
						dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ  
					747 (MSN 78-6023) 2564th Base Unit (Contract Flying School, Primary-Advanced), 
						Kaufman County Airport, Terrell, TX. Accident one mile northwest of Terrell 1Aug45.
					748 (MSN 78-6024) 
					749 (MSN 78-6025) 
					750 (MSN 78-6026) 380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged after a mid-air collision with AT-6A 41-745 
						and nosed over landing at Gunter Auxiliary Field #5, Taylor, AL 5Feb42. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Craig Field 28Jul42 and 3Aug42. 717th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Buckingham Field 7Dec42. Substantially damaged 
						when crash landed during landing at Buckingham Field 2Jul43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 
						41-32317 at Craig Field 7Jul44. 3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. 
						Crash landed after engine failure three miles northwest of Rantoul, IL 12May45. 3505th Base 
						Unit (Technical School), Scott Field, Belleville, IL. Damaged landing in bad weather at Howell 
						Airport, Crestwood, IL 22Sep45.
					751 (MSN 78-6027) Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when force landed after 
						engine failure and fire five miles southwest of Pleasant Hill, AL 6Apr43
					752 (MSN 78-6028) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Field, Selma, AL. Damaged taxying at Craig Field 20Oct41. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at Craig Field 28Dec41. 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), 
						Lincoln Field, NB. Damaged when nosed over taxying at Lincoln Field 16May45
					753 (MSN 78-6029) Accident at Eglin, Valparaiso, FL 12Oct41. Flexible Gunnery School, 
						2117th Base Unit, Buckingham Field, FL; code FM 203. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, 
						Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when force landed after engine failure 
						eight miles northeast of Tuskegee, AL 4May45. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 
						4Jun45. 3706th Base Unit (Basic Training Center), Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Lowry Field, CO 2Aug45
					754 (MSN 78-6030) 90th School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged in a collision with AT-6A 41-359 landing at Craig Field 10Nov41. 
						911th School Squadron, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing 
						at Craig Field 15Oct42. Advanced Flying School (Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 23Jan43. 92nd Single 
						Engine Flying Training Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 8Jun43. 
						Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 12Jun43. Damaged 
						when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 20Jul43. 2138th Base 
						Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground 
						looped landing at Craig Field 23Feb45. Registered 1946 as NC64450. Vest Aircraft and 
						Finance Company, Denver, CO. N64450; cancelled 8Aug50. North American Aviation, 
						Los Angeles, CA 31Jul49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-63/93. 
					755 (MSN 78-6031) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
						Craig Field, Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Atmore CAA Intermediate 
						Landing Field, AL 5Dec41. After take-off and during the initial climb out, the Royal Air Force 
						cadet struck trees and crashed two miles southeast of Craig Field 20Jan42 (1KIS)
				756/775 (MSN 78-6042/6061)
					756 (MSN 78-6042) 92nd School Squadron, 21st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						While flying at low altitude  to allow the passenger to take photos, the pilot flew into the ground at Rehoboth, AL 
						3Feb42 (2KIS – Royal Air Force cadets
					757 (MSN 78-6043) 347th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 18Sep41. 65th School Squadron 
						(Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Brooks Field, TX 
						13Dec41. 441st School Squadron, Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. Force landed after engine
						failure two miles northwest of Spence Field 14Sep42. 712th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Accident after taking off seven miles east of Newport, TN 25Sep43. 716th Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Squadron, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Force landed after engine failure 
						ten miles west of Buckingham Field 7Dec43
					758 (MSN 78-6044)War Assets Administration. Rijksluchvaartdienst / Government 
						Flying School, Gilze-Rijen Air Base, Netherlands. Registered 17Sep46 as PH-UBL. 
						Accident at Eelde, Netherlands 29Oct46 during formation flying training when the 
						propeller of AT-6A PH-UBH [41-16776] damaged the rudder of this aircraft while 
						approaching to land. Ground looped landing with a strong crosswind at Gilze-Rijen 
						25Mar47 and damaged the left wing tip. Ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 21Apr47 
						damaging the right wing tip and aileron. Ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 31Jul47 damaging 
						the left wing tip and aileron. Ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 2Oct47 damaging the 
						right wing tip, aileron and landing gear. Ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 7Nov47 
						damaging the right wing and landing gear as well as the wing center section. 
						Damaged in a hard landing and ground looped at Gilze-Rijen 24Sep48. Damaged 
						when hit a pole taxying at Gilze-Rijen 20Oct48. Accident on approach to land at 
						Gilze-Rijen 25Nov48 when the engine lost power and the pilot lowered the landing 
						gear too late, causing the right landing gear to collapse and damaging the right wing. 
						Accident 31Aug49 landing at Gilze-Rijen when the student pilot released the tail wheel 
						lock when the speed was too high and the aircraft ground looped, damaging the 
						left wing and landing gear. Accident at Eindhoven 26Jun51 when the aircraft 
						struck a ground starter and fire extinguisher, damaging the propeller.
						 Cancelled 30Aug60 as sold to Belgium. Scrapped by Osbo International BV at Deurne, Belgium   
					759 (MSN 78-6045) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Damaged when nosed over landing at Brooks Field 27Feb42. Registered 1946 
						as NC62131; N62131; cancelled. Aircraft Sales Ltd, Los Angeles, CA 1950. Exported Jan51
					760 (MSN 78-6046) 2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Alma CAA Intermediate Landing Field, GA 5Nov44
					761 (MSN 78-6047) 1041st Two Engine Flying Training Squadron, 67th Two Engine Flying 
						Training Group, Brooks Field, San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash in bad weather twenty miles
						northwest of Cuero, TX 28Feb43 (2KIS)
					762 (MSN 78-6048) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when force landed with fuel exhaustion and nosed 
						over one mile north of Plantersville, AL 3Oct44
					763 (MSN 78-6049) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, 
						San Antonio, TX. Fatal crash after the pilot lost control thirteen miles south of Seguin, TX 2May42 (1KIS). 
					764 (MSN 78-6050) Lend-Lease to Royal Air Force. ? 6 British Flying Training School, Ponca City 
						Municipal Airport, OK; operated by Darr School of Aeronautics. Damaged when ground looped 
						landing at La Junta Field, CO 24Apr43. Registered 1946 as NC62557; cancelled. North 
						American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 2Nov48. Remanufactured as T-6D. Texas Engineering 
						and Manufacturing Corporation [TEMCO]. Royal Thai Air Force 1949 as B.F8-25/91
					765 (MSN 78-6051) 65th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School), Brooks Field, San 
						Antonio, TX. Force landed after engine failure at Welsh, LA 2Sep41. Wrecked in an accident 
						landing at Brooks Field 2Nov42
					766 (MSN 78-6052) 2518th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Two Engine), Enid Field, OK.
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Enid Auxiliary Field, Perry, OK 25Sep44. 
						Damaged by mechanical failure taxying at Enid Field 17Apr45. Damaged landing at 
						Enid Field 28May45. Registered 1946 as NC79475; cancelled. Vest Aircraft and Finance 
						Company, Denver, CO. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 23Feb49.
						Probably used in T-6D or T-6G rebuild programs
					767 (MSN 78-6053) 432nd School Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when 
						ground looped landing at Napier Field 21Feb42. 716th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. 
						Damaged when nosed over taxying at Buckingham Field 17Dec42 
					768 (MSN 78-6054) 890th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Tuskegee Field, AL. 
						Accident landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 23Mar43. Mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-48889 
						at Tuskegee 25Aug43. Damaged landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 2Nov43. Damaged in a 
						forced landing after engine failure twenty miles north of Tallassee, AL 28Jan44. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Tuskegee Field, AL 25Mar44. Damaged landing 
						at Tuskegee Auxiliary Field #2, Shorter Field, AL 10Apr44. 2143rd Base Unit (Pilot School, \
						Basic-Advanced), Tuskegee Field, AL. Damaged when ground looped at Tuskegee Field, AL 2Jan45
					769 (MSN 78-6055) 558th School Squadron, Turner Field, Albany, GA. Severely damaged 
						when force landed after engine failure at Cochran Field, Macon, GA 26Dec41. 
						Damaged in collision with BC-1A 39-833 landing at Turner Field 14May42. 2537th 
						Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Perrin Field, Sherman, TX. Force landed after engine 
						failure two miles north of Wateree, SC 14Nov44. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), 
						Shaw Field, Sumter, SC. Force landed after engine failure six miles west of Sherman, TX 24Mar45
					770 (MSN 78-6056) 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #6, Valparaiso, FL 
						2Sep44. Registered 1946 as NC66152; N66152. Charles H. Babb Company, New York, NY. 
						Exported to Sweden c.13Dec50. Royal Swedish Air Board. CVV (Central Workshop, Västerås) 
						for inspection and assembly. Royal Swedish Air Force / Kungl Svenska Flygvapnet 1953 
						as Sk 16B, serial 16281. F 11 Wing, Nyköping 12Jun53. SOC 12Dec57. A E Ulmann & Associates 
						Ltd, New York
					771 (MSN 78-6057)2133rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Spence Field, Moultrie, GA. 
						Damaged landing at Spence Auxiliary Field #3, Moultrie Municipal Airport, GA 21Apr45. 
						American Republics Project to Brazilian Government. San Antonio Air Materiel Area, 
						Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. Modified to AT-6D standard. Brazilian Air Force / Força 
						Aérea Brasileira 17Dec47 as 1495. Escola de Aeronáutica, Base Aérea dos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, RJ  
					772 (MSN 78-6058) 83rd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in 
						accident with AT-6A 41-15836 taxying at Maxwell Field 17Nov41. Damaged landing 
						at Maxwell Field 26Nov41. Force landed with fuel exhaustion and crashed when the 
						pilot lost control at Shubuta, MS 23Apr42
					773 (MSN 78-6059)431st Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Damaged taking off from Eglin Auxiliary Field #2, Valparaiso, FL 30May44  
					774 (MSN 78-6060) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Force 
						landed after becoming lost at Gilbertown, AL 31Jan42. 348th School Squadron, Tyndall 
						Field, Panama City, FL. Damaged in collision with parked AT-6A 41-283 when taxying 
						at Tyndall Field, FL 4May42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Tyndall Field 
						22May42. 349th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, 37th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Group, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. Crash landed with mechanical failure at Tyndall 
						Field 26Sep43. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, 
						Selma, AL. Substantially damaged when ground looped landing at Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, 
						Valparaiso, FL 26Jun44. 2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier 
						Field, Dothan, AL. Damaged when ground looped landing one mile southeast of Valparaiso, FL 
						8Nov44. 2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6B 41-17291 on the ground at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3May45
					775 (MSN 78-6061) 91st School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged in a 
						mid-air collision with BC-1A 40-738 at Maxwell Field 7Oct41. Force landed with fuel 
						exhaustion at Newcastle, AL 19Mar42. 447th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. 
						Damaged landing at Tyndall Field 14Jul42. 69th Air Base Squadron, Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL. 
						Crashed after fuel exhaustion when the pilot bailed out at Mendenhall, MS 23Nov42
				776/785 (MSN 78-6072/6081
					776 (MSN 78-6072) 82nd School Squadron, Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged 
						taxying at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 28Sep41. 448th School Squadron, Tyndall Field, 
						Panama City, FL. Damaged in an accident at Tyndall Field 2Sep42. 431st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Squadron, Napier Field, Dothan, AL. Force landed after engine failure 
						at Eglin Field Range #3, Valparaiso, FL 1May44
					777 (MSN 78-6073) 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 2nd Flexible Gunnery 
						Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Laredo
						 Field 17Aug43 and 3Feb44. Damaged taxying at Laredo Field 27Apr44. Squadron C, 
						2116th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Napier Field, Dothan, AL. 
						Accident landing at Napier Field 8Aug44. Damaged landing at Napier Field 26Jan45. 
						Damaged landing at Napier Auxiliary Field #3, Benoit Field, Headland, AL 16Mar45. 
						Squadron C, 2004th Base Unit (Combat Crew Processing Center), Lincoln Field, NB. 
						Damaged landing at Lincoln Field 12May45. Registered 17Jan46 as NC54856 to St. 
						Louis Flying Service, St. Louis, MO. Registered as N54856; cancelled 26Jul50. 
						North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 15Aug49. Remanufactured to T-6D standard. 
						To Royal Thai Air Force 1950 as B.F8-64/93. 
					778 (MSN 78-6074) 73rd School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged in 
						collision with AT-6A 41-729 taxying at Ellington Field 23Dec41. 484th School Squadron, 
						Lake Charles Field, LA. Substantially damaged when nosed over landing at Matagorda 
						Island Gunnery Range, TX 17May42. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 
						2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged while parked in
						collision by AT-6A 41-16731 taxying during maintenance at Laredo Field 15Jun43. 
						2138th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged in a mid-air collision with AT-6C 42-48828 fifteen miles south of Selma 8Mar45
					779 (MSN 78-6075) Squadron C, 2532nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Very Heavy), 
						Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged in mid-air collision one mile north of Oakland, TX 
						12Apr45. Crash landed with mechanical failure four miles south of St. Hedwig, TX 25May45
					780 (MSN 78-6076) 501st School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock 
						Field, TX. Damaged landing at Lubbock Auxiliary Field #3, North, TX 28Jun42. 
						380th School Squadron, 22nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Auxiliary Field #1, Selfield, AL 18Sep42. 
						Damaged when ground looped landing at Craig Field 10Dec42. 21st Single Engine 
						Flying Training Group, Craig Field, Selma, AL. Substantially damaged landing at Craig 
						Field 24Jan44. Squadron C, 3502nd Base Unit (Technical School), Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL. 
						Damaged landing at Chanute Field 23May45. 3505th Base Unit (Technical School), Scott Field,
						Belleville, IL. Damaged when ground looped at Scott Field 18Jul45
					781 (MSN 78-6077) 499th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), Lubbock 
						Field, TX. Substantially damaged landing ten miles northeast of Kermit, TX 1Apr42. 
						Flexible Gunnery Training School, Buckingham Field, Fort Myers, FL. Force landed and 
						destroyed after engine failure at Buckingham Field 5Jan43
					782 (MSN 78-6078) 500th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Two Engine), 
						Lubbock Field, TX. Damaged when force landed after engine failure fifteen miles
						 northwest of Lubbock Field 5May42. 
					783 (MSN 78-6079) 98th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), 
						Foster Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground looped landing at Foster Field 21Jan42. 
						Damaged in collision with AT-6A 41-16057 taxying at Foster Field 10Sep42. 46th Basic 
						Flying Training Squadron, Randolph Field, San Antonio, TX. Damaged landing at Alamo Field, 
						San Antonio Municipal Airport, TX 10May43. Damaged landing at Randolph Auxiliary 
						Field #7, Seguin, TX 7Jul43. Force landed in bad weather at Selman Field, Monroe, LA 1Sep43. 
						61st Single Engine Flying Training Group, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Damaged when ground 
						looped eight miles northeast of Aloe Auxiliary Field #10, Fannin, TX 13Feb45. Squadron C-2, 
						2538th Base Unit (Pilot School, Advanced, Single Engine), Aloe Field, Victoria, TX. Crash 
						landed after engine failure ten miles west of Victoria 1Jun45. Registered as NC62533; N62533; 
						cancelled [Export C of A issued 16Jan53]. James S. Spivey Inc, Washington, DC 1952.
						Volitan Aircraft Services, Palmdale, CA; remanufactured to T-6D standard. South African 
						Air Force 1953 as 7687. Mid-air collision with SNJ-4 7670 [BuAer 26469] whilst in a 
						line astern formation over the sea near Cape Town and crashed into Table Bay 16Jun56. SOC; 
						sold for scrap 17Sep57. Registration N88893 assigned as a North American-Victoria AT-6A; 
						not taken up, cancelled 28Mar11
					784 (MSN 78-6080) 69th School Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, TX. Damaged when 
						nosed over landing at Ellington Field 16Mar42. 1023rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 
						2nd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Laredo Field, TX. Damaged in a mid-air collision with 
						AT-6A 41-294 at Laredo Field 19Jul43. 2142nd Base Unit (Pilot School, Basic), Shaw Field, 
						Sumter, SC. Damaged when ground looped at Shaw Field 9Nov44. Registered 1946 as 
						NC63829; NX63829. Raced in National Air Races at Cleveland, OH 1947 as race #96; pilot
						Jean Doherty. North American Aviation, Los Angeles, CA 1949. 
						To Chile Air Force / Fuerza Aérea de Chile Dec49 as 279. Damaged on delivery flight when 
						force landed with engine failure sixty miles north of Tapachula, México 14Dec49. Although 
						not substantially damaged, the remote area would have made recovery of the aircraft difficult 
						so it was abandoned.
					785 (MSN 78-6081) 99th School Squadron (Advanced Flying School, Single Engine), Victoria 
						Field, TX. Damaged landing at Victoria Field 22Dec41. 477th Flexible Gunnery Training 
						Squadron, 93rd Flexible Gunnery Training Group, Harlingen Field, TX. Damaged landing 
						at Harlingen Field Laguna Madre Sub-Base, TX 3Sep43. 
41-786			Northrop XP-56 Black Bullet
				Model N2B.  First flown in Sep 30, 1943.  W/o Oct 8, 1943 at Muroc Field, CA during high-speed ground run.
41-787/861		Stearman PT-13B-BW
				Model A75.  MSN 75-847/75-921
				787 registered as N55396
				789 registered as N9255Y
				790 (MSN 75-850) w/o Jun 13, 1944 at Dos Palos, CA
				791 (MSN 75-851) w/o Jul 27, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				792 (MSN 75-852) 13th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
					West Coast Training Center, Eagle Field, Dos Palos, CA; operated by Coast Aviation 
					Corporation. Damaged when ground looped landing at Eagle Auxiliary Field #9, Canal, CA 
					6Mar44. 3039th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Eagle Field, Dos Palos, CA; 
					operated by Coast Aviation Corporation. Damaged landing at Eagle Auxiliary Field #9, 
					Canal, CA 5Jun44. 2148th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Carlstrom Field, 
					Arcadia, FL; operated by Embry-Riddle Academy. Damaged landing at Carlstrom Auxiliary 
					Field, Parker, FL 12Apr45. Registered as N51965. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
					New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 238. Sale reported 21Nov07, cancelled 29Apr13
				793 (MSN 75-853) w/o Feb 90, 1943 at Puente AAAF, CA.  Modified to PT-13C for night and instrument flying
				799 (MSN 75-859) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				800 (MSN 75-860) w/o Feb 28, 1942 at Oxnard Airport, CA
				802 (MSN 75-862) 7th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast
					Training Center, Ventura County Field, Oxnard, CA; operated by Mira Loma Flight Academy. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Ventura County Airport 26Dec42. Registered as N56561; 
					cancelled 8Mar89. Registered 11May90 as SE-BOF. Transwede Flygklubb, Stockholm. 
					Later to West Air Sweden AB, Karlstad. Registration cancelled 26Aug03 on sale to Spain.
				806 (MSN 75-866) Accepted by USAAC 10Mar41. 1st Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
					West Coast Training Center, Hancock Field, Santa Maria, CA 13Mar41; operated by the Hancock College 
					of Aeronautics. Air Corps Training Detachment, West Coast Training Center, Ventura County Field, 
					Oxnard, CA 16Mar41; operated by Mira Loma Flight Academy. Substantially damaged taxying at Oxnard 
					Flight Strip, CA 5Jan42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Ventura County Auxiliary Field, Oxnard #1, 
					Oxnard, CA 12May42. The student and instructor were carrying out a spinning exercise. The instructor 
					kept the student doing spins to the right; every time the plane rolled into the spin, exhaust fumes were being 
					inhaled by the student. The combination of fumes and spinning caused the student to become airsick and he 
					was instructed to return to the airfield. In no condition to conduct a landing, the student lost control, the airplane
					bounced and ground looped before cart-wheeling. 1st Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), 
					West Coast Training Center, Hancock Field, Santa Maria, CA Jul42; operated by the Hancock College of Aeronautics. 
					3045th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Cal-Aero Field, Chino, Ontario, CA 12Jul44; operated by Cal-Aero 
					Academy. 3041st Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Ryan Field, Hemet, CA Nov44; operated by Ryan School 
					of Aeronautics. 2533rd Base Unit (Pilot School, Primary-Basic), Goodfellow Field, San Angelo, TX Dec44. 
					No.5 British Flying Training School, 2155th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary-Advanced), Riddle Field, 
					Clewiston, FL Jan45; operated by Riddle-McKay Aero College. 2162nd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), 
					Hawthorne Field, Orangeburg, SC Mar45; operated by Hawthorne School of Aeronautics. Damaged landing at 
					Hawthorne Auxiliary Field #2, Hagood, SC 15Jun45. 2152nd Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), 
					Palmer Field, Bennettsville, SC Aug45; operated by Georgia Air Service, Inc. Registered as NC55721. Converted with 
					agricultural spraying equipment. Derelict in Oklahoma. Restored as a standard Stearman 1980s. The book 
					‘Flying Through Time’ by Jim Doyle recounts the flight he made in 2000 revisiting the military bases that this 
					Stearman served at in the 1940s. Reregistered 16Apr13 as N41806; current [Dec20]. 
				807 (MSN 75-867) w/o May 18, 1943 at Waller Franklin Field, CA
				809 (MSN 75-869) w/o Nov 20, 1942 at Burns Field, OR
				810 registered as N58390
				811 (MSN 75-871) 1st Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, 
					Hancock Field, Santa Maria, CA; operated by the Hancock College of Aeronautics. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Hancock Field, CA 11Dec42. Crashed into the ground 3.5 miles east of 
					Hancock Field 7May43. Damaged when ground looped landing at Hancock Auxiliary Field, Souza, CA 8Oct43. 
					2148th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, FL; operated by Embry-Riddle 
					Academy. Accident landing at Carlstrom Field 23May45. Registered as N58387; cancelled 29Nov17 on export 
					to United Kingdom. Noted on rebuild at Turweston, Northamptonshire 2020. Registered 4Jun20 as G-CKSU; 
					current [Jul21]. Resident at Enstone, Oxfordshire, England [Jul21].  Registration G-CKSU cancelled on 
					November 1,2021 and on November 8, 2021 registered as   N16PE with Aircraft Partner Holdings Incorporated trustee, 
					Berlin, Germany.
				812 (MSN 75-872) w/o Mar 13, 1943 at Hancock Field, CA
				813 (MSN 75-873) registered as N56099
				814 (MSN 75-874) to N55439, then N8043E, then N55439.  In South Africa as ZS-OVZ
				815 (MSN 75-875) w/o Sep 8, 1941 at Carlstrom Field, FL
				818 registered as N56137
				819 registered as N52770
				820 registered as N56214
				822 (MSN 75-882) w/o Feb 16, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				823 registered as N60320
				824 registered as N58386
				826 (MSN 75-886) w/o Jun 28, 1944 at Eagle Field, CA
				828 (MSN 75-888) registered as N56226
				831 (MSN 75-891) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at 9 mi SE of Oxnard, CA
				834 (MSN 75-894) Air Corps Training Detachment, Ryan Field, Hemet, CA; operated by 
					the Ryan School of Aeronautics. Damaged when ground looped at Ryan Field 410523. 
					2nd Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, 
					Cal-Aero Field, Chino, Ontario, CA; operated by Cal-Aero Academy. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Cal-Aero Auxiliary Field, Fuller, CA 2Nov43. Registered as N60601. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New 
					Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 420. Substantially damaged calibrating spray equipment 
					for aerial application when the pilot misjudged speed and distance landing, failed to 
					initiate a go-around and struck a ditch on the Grose agricultural airstrip near Somerville, TN 
					9Aug76. Registration expired, cancelled 30Jun17
				835 (MSN 75-895) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Ontario, CA; repaired (?); w/o Sep 22, 1943 at Mira Loma AAAF, CA
				837 (MSN 75-897) 1941: TOS USAAC.   6/20/41: TOS USAAF. 
					By 9/42: 2nd Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment, Ontario Flight School (PBCPS), Ontario, CA.
					9/20/42: Damaged in landing accident at Cal-Aero Field, 5 mile south of Ontario, CA.
					By 3/44: 13th Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment, Dos Palos, CA.
					Mar 7, 1944: Damaged in landing accident 7 miles west of Dos Palos.
					By 1964: Registered N60657 (current 2022)
				838 registered as N321G
				839 (MSN 75-899) to civil registry as N86600, then XB-GAJ, then
					N86600 again.  Crashed near Alexander Field, Wisconsin Rapids, WI 
					Aug 28, 2004.  One passenger killed.  Aircraft was sold and shipped to 
					Germany and has been extensively restored.  Noted airworthy at Aachen, Germany in US Navy color scheme Aug 2010.
					Based at airfield at Aachen-Merzbruck in Germany, still in USN colors.
				842 (MSN 75-902) w/o Feb 23, 1945 at San Angelo AAF, TX
				844 (MSN 75-904) w/o Dec 1, 1943 at Chino, CA
				845 (MSN 75-905) to surplus Aug 21, 1945.  To civil registry as NC56059.  Worked
					as crop duster until 2003.  Dusting equipment being removed and a front
					cockpit is being installed.
				847 (MSN 75-907) 2nd Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, 
					Cal-Aero Field, Chino, Ontario, CA; operated by Cal-Aero Academy. Damaged in a mid-air 
					collision at Cal-Aero Field 23Dec43. 2148th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), 
					Carlstrom Field, Arcadia, FL; operated by Embry-Riddle Academy. Damaged by mechanical failure 
					taxying at Carlstrom Auxiliary Field #4, Dorr, FL 30Apr45. Registered as N60666. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., 
					Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
					New Brunswick 1954; sprayer code 56. Registratrion revoked 14Jan77, cancelled 16Jul1
				848 1941: TOS USAAC.   6/20/41: TOS USAAF.  By 1943: 2nd Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment, Ontario Flight School (PBCPS), Ontario, CA.
					Jan 4, 1943: Damaged in mid-air collision at Ontario.  Oct 5, 1943: Damaged in unspecified training accident.
					By 5/59: Registered N8219E.  11/16/99 Registered N13244.
				849 (MSN 75-909) Registered as N58067. Simsbury Flying Services, Simsbury, CT. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957-58; 
					sprayer code 95. Registration cancelled 1Nov88. Registered 21Dec88 as VH-HYU; current [Dec20
				850 (MSN 75-910) w/o Feb 17, 1943 at Oxnard AAAF #2, CA
				851 (MSN 75-911) w/o Aug 17, 1943 at Saugus, CA
				852 (MSN 75-912) 7th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast 
					Training Center, Ventura County Field, Oxnard, CA; operated by Mira Loma Flight 
					Academy. Damaged when nosed over landing at Oxnard Flight Strip, CA 20Nov42. 
					Registered as N56471. West Side Crop Dusters Inc., Five Points, CA. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; 
					sprayer code 14. Registration cancelled 26Apr67 on export to Canada. Registered as CF-UWM. 
					General Airspray Ltd., St Thomas, Ontario. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray 
					program 1967; sprayer code 14. Hicks & Lawrence Ltd., Ostrander, Ontario. Operated for 
					Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1968; sprayer code 75. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application when the airplane ground looped during landing and nosed 
					over on the Port Alliance Lake gravel airstrip, Ontario 11Aug73. Reregistered 25Oct84 
					as C-FUWM. Sold 13Dec90. Returned to standard configuration. Registration current [Dec20].
				853 (MSN 75-913) converted to PT-13C for night and instrument flying. W/o Feb 28, 1943 at Ontario, CA
				854 (MSN 75-914) 2nd Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast 
					Training Center, Cal-Aero Field, Chino, Ontario, CA; operated by Cal-Aero Academy. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Cal-Aero Field 15May43. Registered as N56416. 
					Farm-Air Company, West Sacramento, CA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited s
					pruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 111. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application fertilizing grain fields when the engine failed caused by fuel exhaustion 
					landing at the end of a swathe run and struck an earth bank during the forced landing near 
					Montpellier, CA 22Nov67. Substantially damaged during aerial application fertilizing pasture 
					when the engine lost power caused by failure of no.2 cylinder en route to a swathe run and 
					force landed in a vineyard near Hickman, CA 15Nov73. The airplane ground looped and nosed 
					over during landing at Auburn Municipal Airport, Auburn, California 11Jul04. The airplane 
					sustained substantial damage. It had departed from Lincoln Regional Airport/Karl Harder Field, 
					Lincoln, California for the local area practice flight. The PUI had recently purchased the airplane; 
					the CFI was present for insurance requirements and was also providing instruction. They departed
					from Lincoln airport after completing one traffic pattern to a successful full stop landing. 
					They proceeded to Auburn and setup for a landing. The approach and initial touchdown were 
					unremarkable. During the roll out, the PUI reduced the power and the airplane began to veer 
					to the left. The PUI overcorrected and the airplane turned to the right. The left wing contacted the 
					ground and the airplane came to rest inverted. The PUI felt that the CFI was on the controls 
					during the landing; however, when he overcorrected he felt that he overpowered the CFI on the 
					controls. Both upper wings, the left lower wing, and the rudder sustained structural damage. 
					Registration current [Dec20]
				855 (MSN 75-915) w/o Oct 20, 1942 at Ontario, CA
41-862/1086		Stearman PT-17-BW
				Model A75N1.  MSN 75-622/75-846
				863 registered as N16CC
				864 (MSN 75-624)  Lend-Lease to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945.
				865 registered as N65159
				867 registered as N20661
				868 (MSN 75-628) w/o Aug 19, 1943 at Canton, MS
				869 (MSN 75-629) at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
				870 (MSN 75-630) to USAAC Nov 4, 1940.  Registered as N27933.  Undergoing restoration
					It flies for the DFW Wing of the CAF and will be restored to its configuration when 
					flying with the WASPs from 1943 to 1944.
				873 registered as N5600
				874 (MSN 75-634) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Canton, MS
				875 (MSN 75-635) was registered N56920.  Crashed with 2 fatalities Jul 24. 2001.  Registration cancelled May 11, 2004.
				876 (MSN 75-636) w/o Aug 2, 1943 at Augustine Field, MS
				877 registered as N64952
				882 (MSN 75-642) w/o May 19, 1942 at Darr Aero Tech, GA
				884 (MSN 75-644) w/o Feb 27, 1943 at Haley AAAF, GA
				885 registered as N62772
				887 registered as ZK-RRR
				891 (MSN 75-651) w/o Jan 9, 1942 at Haldeman-Elder AAAF, FL
				893 (MSN 75-653) Air Corps Training Detachment, Albany Field, GA; operated by Darr Aero Tech, Inc. 
					Damaged landing at Albany Field 13Jan41. Damaged landing at Albany Auxiliary Field #1, 
					Haley, GA 4May43. Registered as N52014. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited 			
					spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1966; sprayer code 90. Substantially 
					damaged during aerial application spraying corn when the airplane struck a hole in the 
					runway then collided with an automobile taking off on a prepared landing area near 
					Converse, IN 13Jul77. Registration current [Dec20
				895 registered as N49724
				896 (MSN 75-656) w/o Mar 9, 1943 at New Albany Airport, GA
				898 registered as N56457
				899 (MSN 75-659) w/o Oct 29, 1941 at Winter Haven AAAF, FL
				900 (MSN 75-660) w/o Jan 22, 1942 at Lakeland, FL
				901 registered as N67090	
				902 (MSN 75-662) w/o Feb 26, 1942 at Lakeland, FL
				903 (MSN 75-663) w/o Apr 14, 1943 at Lakeland, FL
				904 (MSN 75-664) to civil registry as N64712
				905 (MSN 75-665) w/o Jan 3, 1944 at Lakeland, FL
				906 (MSN 75-666) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Lakeland, FL
				907 (MSN 75-667) w/o Apr 1, 1941 at Winter Haven, FL
				908 (MSN 75-668) w/o Jun 1, 1944 at Parker Lake, FL
				910 (MSN 75-670) w/o Dec 14, 1943 at Lakeland, FL
				911 (MSN 75-671) Became N52042, then N59GA, then VH-JBC; registered 
					Mar 14, 2003 to Panama Jack's Vintage Aircraft Co of Jandarkot, Western Australia as VH-PJS.
				912 (MSN 75-672) registered as N56893
				914 (MSN 75-674) to private market Feb 15, 1946.  To civil registry as 
					N63463, changed to N147KY in 1956.
				917 (MSN 75-677) Ca. 1/41: TOS USAAC.
					6/20/41: TOS USAAF.
					By 8/41: Stationed Tulare, CA.
					8/1/41: Landing accident at Tulare, CA.
					By 12/41: 4th Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment, (PCPS), Rankin Field, CA.
					12/29/41: Landing accident at Rankin Field, CA.
					By 2/44: 17th Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment (PCPS), Twentynine Palms, CA.
					2/17/44: Landing accident at Condor Auxiliary Field #3, CA.
					By 4/44: 11th Army Air Forces Flying Training Detachment, Ryan Field, Tucson, AZ.
					4/19/44: Landing accident Aux Field #5, 1 Mi SW Ryan Field, Tucson, AZ.
					Unknown date: Registered XB-BON.
					11/4/97: Registered N9686F. (Current)
					4/18/03: Michael Wendt, Columbus, NE.
					1/9/20: John J. Rettick, Bloomington, IL (later Hernando, MS).
				918 (MSN 75-678) became N53411.  To user in Australia Sep 27, 2006 as VH-EYV
				919 (MSN 75-679) w/o Jan 28, 1943 at Tulare, CA
				923 (MSN 75-683) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as 05 Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945.
				925 (MSN 75-685) w/o Aug 29, 1944 at Douglas, GA
				926 (MSN 75-686) w/o Jun 16, 1944 at Stackhouse AAAF, Ga
				927 (MSN 75-687) to N67238 but cancelled May 31, 2018.  To G-CVKXY with Thomas William Gilbert, Enstone, Oxfordshire
					on Jul 16, 2018
				929 (MSN 75-689) registered as N56022
				930 (MSN 75-690) w/o Jun 2, 1941 at Phoenix, AZ
				936 (MSN 75-696) got lost during training flight near Society
					Hill, SC Nov 29, 1942.  Pilot bailed out.
				937 (MSN 75-697) w/o Jul 3, 1941 at Camden, SC
				939 (MSN 75-699) w/o Sep 17, 1941 at Camden, SC
				941 (MSN 75-701) w/o Jun 10, 1943 at Camden, SC
				947 (MSN 75-707) w/o Sep 20, 1943 at Carlstrom Field, FL
				948 (MSN 75-708) w/o Jul 25, 1941 at Albany, GA
				950 registered as N55097
				952 (MSN 75-712) w/o Dec 19, 1942 at Darr Aero Tech, GA
				953 (MSN 75-713) w/o Oct 30, 1941 at Albany Field, GA
				954 registered as N98WM
				955 (MSN 75-715) w/o Jul 25, 1941 at Albany, GA
				957 (MSN 75-717) to civil regiatry as N74189.
				960 (MSN 75-720) w/o Jan 30, 1943 at Orangeburg, SC
				961 (MSN 75-721) wfu, to N56786
				963 (MSN 75-723) w/o May 18, 1943 at Tuscaloosa, AL
				964 (MSN 75-724) w/o Dec 8, 1943 at Avon Park, FL
				965 (MSN 75-725) 51st Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Southeast 
					Training Center, Hargrove Van de Graaff Field, Tuscaloosa, AL; operated by the Alabama 
					Institute of Aeronautics. Damaged when ground looped landing at Hargrove Van de Graaff 
					Field 4Nov43. Damaged in a mid-air collision with an object at Hargrove Van de Graaff 
					Field 10Dec43. Registered as N56940. Hammer Crop Dusters Inc., Sacramento, CA. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1955; 
					sprayer code 59. Substantially damaged during calibration for aerial application when the engine 
					failed, the airplane stalled into trees attempting to return to the airstrip at Nictau, NB 2Jun55. 
					The nose of the Stearman pitched straight down and the aircraft hit the ground in a vertical attitude 
					and hard enough that the engine cylinders became completely buried. Rebuilt and airworthy by 1971. 
					Operated as one of the Flying Circus Air Show performers based at Flying Circus Aerodrome [3VA3], 
					Warrenton, VA. Substantially damaged in a mid-air collision while performing aerobatics at Flying Circus 
					Aerodrome 2Oct77. The airplane was joining the flight as slot aircraft for a diamond formation 
					into a modified fleur-de-lis and under-ran the lead aircraft, Fairchild M-62A, N51874. Crashed and 
					destroyed while performing aerobatics at Flying Circus Aerodrome 9Jul89. The accident occurred 
					as the pilot was performing a low altitude (about 30 feet above ground level) slow roll around a point. 
					While in an inverted position, the engine missed and momentarily lost power. The pilot did not 
					maintain sufficient altitude as he was rolling out of the maneuver. The right wing struck the ground 
					and the aircraft cart-wheeled. The only discrepancy found with the engine was the presence of water 
					in the carburettor fuel bowl. The aircraft was not equipped with an inverted flight fuel system/carburettor. 
					Registration cancelled 16Jul90
				968 (MSN 75-728) registered as N61432
				969 (MSN 75-729) Ca.1/41: TOS USAAC.  6/20/41: TOS USAAF.
					By 8/41: 51st AAF Flying Training Detachment, Tuscaloosa AAF (PCPS), AL.
					Aug 8, 1941: Damaged due to midair collision with birds.   9/15/41: Damaged in landing accident at Tuscaloosa.
					9/18/42: Damaged in forced landing due to engine failure.
					By 2/44: 69th AAF Flying Training Detachment, Fletcher Field (PCPS), MS.  Feb 4, 1944: Damaged in landing accident with ground loop at Clarksdale, MS.
					By 1/64 Registered N58219 (current 2/22)
				970 registered as N1174W
				971 (MSN 75-731) on civil regiatry as N53153.  Current 2017.
				974 (MSN 75-734) w/o Jun 5, 1941 at Tuscaloosa, AL
				976 (MSN 75-736) w/o Nov 25, 1941 at Camden, SC
				977 (MSN 75-737) w/o Mar 4, 1943 at Camden, SC
				979 registered as N52649
				982 (MSN 75-742) w/o Mar 4, 1943 at Camden, SC
				983 (MSN 75-743) w/o Jan 19, 1942 6 mi E of Camden, SC
				986 (MSN 75-746) w/o Jun 2, 1941 at Camden, SC
				987 (MSN 75-747) w/o Jul 19, 1943 at Camden, SC
				988 registered ss N41BY
				991 (MSN 75-751) w/o May 12, 1943 at Riddle Field, FL
				992 registered as N58410
				996 (MSN 75-756) registered as N71327
				1000 (MSN 75-760) w/o Aug 15, 1941 at Auxiliary Field, GA
				1002 registered as N58212
				1003 (MSN 75-763) flying in Hawaii as N55324
				1005 registered as N48880
				1007 registered as N52560
				1009 (MSN 75-769) w/o Dec 20, 1943 at Americus, GA
				1011 (MSN 75-771) w/o Aug 21, 1941 at Americus, GA
				1013 (MSN 75-773) 17th Flying Training Detachment, Twenty-Nine Palms Field, AZ;
					operated by Twenty-Nine Palms Air Academy. Damaged when ground looped landing 
					at Twenty-Nine Palms Auxiliary Field #3, CA 12May43. 12th Flying Training Detachment, 
					Thunderbird Field #1, Phoenix, AZ; operated by Southwest Airways. Substantially damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Thunderbird Auxiliary Field #2, Paradise Valley, AZ 23Aug43. 
					Damaged when ground looped taxying at Thunderbird Field #2, AZ 23Nov43. Registered as N53414. 
					Substantially damaged at Phillips Farm Airport, Walnut Ridge, AR 6Jul68. The engine failed 
					during the initial climb caused by water in the fuel. The airplane struck a rice field levee during 
					the forced landing. Damaged in collision with Stearman N2S-5 N9486H [BuAer 43140] taxying 
					at Flying Circus Airport, Bealeton, VA 14Aug71. Registration current [Aug20}
				1021 (MSN 75-781) On Mar 5, 1942, while assigned to ACTD at Tulare, CA had an accident, ground loop on landing. 
					Repaired, next Jul 02, 1943 while assigned to 17 AAFFTD at 29 Palms, CA again had a ground loop on landing at 
					Condor Field. Once again May 18, 1942 with ACTD at Tulare, CA after being repaired it had a third ground loop 
					while landing at the Aux Field, 9 mi NE, AFTD, Tulare, CA.
				1022 (MSN 75-782) W/o Aug 26, 1943 at Wickenburg, AZ; repaied (?); wfu; to NC63111  
				1023 (MSN 75-783) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ
				1028 (MSN 75-788) registered as N57120
				1029 (MSN 75-789) 4th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training 
					Center, Rankin Field, Tulare, CA; operated by Rankin Aeronautical Academy. Damaged when 
					ground looped landing at Rankin Auxiliary Field #A-3, Strathmore, CA 14Jul43. 3050th Base Unit 
					(Contract Pilot School, Primary), Rankin Field, Tulare, CA; operated by Rankin Aeronautical Academy. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Rankin Auxiliary Field #A-3, Strathmore, CA 24Jul44. 
					Registered as N58065. Modified 1950 as Super Stearman IB75A. Medford Air Services, Medford, OR. 
					Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953; 
					sprayer code 100. Simsbury Flying Services, Simsbury, CT. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm 
					spray program 1955; sprayer code 102. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957-58, 
					1966­; sprayer code 96. Reregistered as N450LR. Substantially damaged during aerial application 
					defoliating rice when the pilot took avoiding action during takeoff to avoid a truck driven onto 
					the runway from the adjacent highway at the Tower agricultural airstrip near Winnie, TX 25May73. 
					Substantially damaged during aerial application when the engine lost power caused by failure of 
					three blower bearings climbing at the end of a swathe run near Picher, OK 16Jun82. During the 
					forced landing on a wet pasture, the pilot was unable to stop, the airplane struck a low fence, 
					catching the landing gear and nosed over. Crashed and substantially damaged during takeoff at 
					Neosho Memorial Airport (EOS), Neosho, MO, 9Jul88. Witnesses observed a map blow out of the 
					aircraft just after liftoff. The pilot saw something go past and turned to see what it was.
					 He inadvertently pushed the stick forward and hit the runway nose-first. The pilot was unconscious 
					until the aircraft again lifted off, 136 feet down the runway, and stalled approximately 75 feet agl. 
					Reregistered 4Oct00 as N450SW. Reregistered 15Mar10 as N450JW. Used for wing-walking displays.
					 The airplane impacted terrain at the Dayton International Airport (KDAY), Dayton, Ohio 22Jun13. 
					The pilot, Charlie Schwenker, and wing-walker Jane Wicker received fatal injuries; the airplane was 
					destroyed in a post-impact fire. The airplane was operated by Jane Wicker Airshows as an air show 
					performance. The flight was performing for the 2013 Vectren Dayton Air Show, which was located at 
					KDAY. Evidence showed the airplane completed a left ‘tear drop’ style turn as the wing walker 
					positioned herself on the lower left wing. The airplane then rolled left to fly inverted. While flying 
					from the southwest to the northeast in front of the spectators, the airplanes nose pitched slightly 
					above the horizon. The airplane then abruptly rolled to the right and impacted terrain in a left wing 
					low attitude. A post impact fire ensued and consumed a majority of the right wing and forward 
					portion of the fuselage. Registration current [Dec20].  
				1024 (MSN 75-784) became N59455.  Sold to owner in Austria Feb 2008
				1026 registered as N48561
				1028 registered as N57120
				1029 registered as N450SW
				1034 registered as N53142
				1035 (MSN 75-795) w/o Feb 9, 1942 at Tulare, CA
				1036 (MSN 75-796) noted as N49379 at March Field Air Museum Jan 2002.
				1037 (MSN 75-797) w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Thunderbird Airport, AZ
				1039 (MSN 75-799) 6th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast 
					Training Center, Thunderbird Field #1, Glendale, AZ; operated by Southwest Airways. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Thunderbird Field #1 17Jul42. 16th Army Air 
					Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast Training Center, Echeverria Field, 
					Wickenburg, AZ; operated by Claiborne Flight Academy. Damaged when ground looped 
					landing at Echeverria Auxiliary Field, Aguila, AZ 24Oct43. 3049th Base Unit (Contract Pilot 
					School, Primary), Ryan Field, Tucson, AZ; operated by Ryan School of Aeronautics. Damaged 
					when ground looped landing at Ryan Auxiliary Field #A-4, Tucson, AZ 3May44. 
					Registered as N53040. Farmers’ Crop Dusters, Bakersfield, CA. Sub-contracted to Marsh 
					Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce 
					budworm spray program New Brunswick 1957; sprayer code 316. Substantially damaged 
					during aerial application when the engine failed and nosed over during the forced landing 
					on rough ground four miles northeast of Nepisiguit Lakes, New Brunswick 1Jul57. 
					Registration current [Nov20].
				1040 registered as N49259
				1041 (MSN 75-801) w/o Jun 3, 1943 at Thunderbird Airport, AZ
				1044 (MSN 75-804) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Congress Junction, AZ
				1047 registered as N57271
				1048 registered as N49926
				1049 (MSN 75-809) w/o Jun 3, 1941 at Camden, SC
				1050 (MSN 75-810) w/o Mar 21, 1942 at Camden, SC
				1053 registered as N1029P
				1054 (MSN 75-814) to N60185, modified with 450 hp engine, engine cowl, and headrest.  Flies in civil colors.
				1059 (MSN 75-819) registered as N9998
				1061 (MSN 75-821) crashed on takeoff from Rankin Field, CA Jul 7, 1942
				1063 (MSN 75-823) 4th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), West Coast 
					Training Center, Rankin Field, Tulare, CA; operated by Rankin Aeronautical Academy. 
					Damaged when ground looped landing at Rankin Auxiliary Field #A-3, Strathmore, CA 
					12Nov42. Damaged when ground looped landing at Rankin Field 16Aug43. Registered as NC57047. 
					Rawdon canopy installed; removed on conversion for spraying by 1953. Central Aircraft Inc., 
					Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program 
					New Brunswick 1953; sprayer code 52. Registration cancelled 7Apr94 on export to Sweden
				1064 registered as N2978T
				1065 registered as N63804
				1066 (MSN 75-826) w/o May 18, 1942 at Echeverria Field, AZ
				1068 (MSN 75-828) 9th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Gulf Coast 
					Training Center, Gibbs Field, Fort Stockton, TX; operated by Pacific Air Schools, Ltd. Damaged
					landing at Gibbs Field 29Jan43. 3049th Base Unit (Contract Pilot School, Primary), Ryan Field, 
					Tucson, AZ; operated by Ryan School of Aeronautics. Damaged when ground looped landing at 
					Ryan Field 6Jul44. Registered as N56805. Marsh Aviation Company, Mesa, AZ. Operated for 
					Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray program New Brunswick 1953-56; 
					sprayer code 89. Operated for Canadian spruce budworm spray program 1957-58; sprayer 
					code 204. Registered 28Jul88 to Hans O. Lauridsen, Litchfield Park, AZ. 
					Planned to be displayed in a proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum at Glendale Airport, AZ. 
					Noted dismantled in restored condition at Deer Park, WA Jan13. Registration expired, cancelled 20Sep13
				1069 (MSN 75-829) Air Corps Training Detachment, Rankin Field, Tulare, CA; operated by 
					Rankin Aeronautical Academy. Damaged taxying at Rankin Field 3Mar42. 9th Army Air Force 
					Flying Training Detachment (Primary), Gulf Coast Training Center, Gibbs Field, Fort Stockton, TX; 
					operated by Pacific Air Schools, Ltd. Substantially damaged in a collision with Stearman PT-17 
					41-1017 landing at Gibbs Field 22Dec42. 16th Army Air Force Flying Training Detachment 
					(Primary), West Coast Training Center, Echeverria Field, Wickenburg, AZ; operated by 
					Claiborne Flight Academy. Damaged when ground looped landing at Echeverria Field 9Oct43. 
					Damaged landing at Echeverria Auxiliary Field, Aguila, AZ 24Oct43. Damaged when nosed 
					over landing at Echeverria Field 5Nov43. Registered as N49292. Central Aircraft Inc., 
					Yakima, WA. Operated for Canadian Forest Protection Limited spruce budworm spray 
					program New Brunswick 1952-53; sprayer code 17. Blue Mountain Air Service, La Grande, OR. 
					Operated for USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region spruce budworm spray 
					program Fox Valley, Oregon 1953; sprayer code 19. Crashed and destroyed Oregon 1953. 
					Registered as N9652N. Reregistered 15Apr05 as N107PR. Registration current [Dec20].
				1070 (MSN 75-830) w/o Oct 9, 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ
				1073 (MSN 75-833) w/o Mar 7, 1944 at Glendale, AZ
				1074 (MSN 75-834) w/o Mar 25, 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ
				1076 (MSN 75-836) w/o Aug 13, 1942 at Thunderbird Field, AZ. Must have been repaired, since was registered 
					as N59334, now registered as F-AZUD
				1084 registered as N8921A
41-1087/1142		Consolidated B-24D-CO Liberator
				MSN 27/82
				1087 to RAF as LV337 Mar 1942.  Sold as G-AHDY Jul 31, 1947.  Broken up at Prestwick Oct 1950.
				1088 (30th BG, 21st BS) shot down by AAA over Kiska, Aleutians
					Jun 11, 1942.  condemned Jun 25, 1942
				1089 to reclamation at Reading AAF, PA Oct 2, 1945.
				1090 (21st BS, attached to 28th Composite group, 11th AF, based at Fort Glenn Army Airfield, 
					Umank Island in The Aleutian Islands, Alaska)
					Crashed Jun 12, 1942 From Unknown Cause in The Pacific Ocean While on a Mission on 
					Japanese Shipping in Kiska Harbor. Fate of Crew Unknown. Aircraft condemned Jun 25, 1942.
				1091 salvaged Jun 10, 1945
				1092 (30th BG, 21st BS) skidded on slick runway on landing at
					Adak, Aleutians Sep 30, 1942.  Converted and used as
					control tower at Adak airfield.  w/o Jun 8, 1943. 
				1093 to RAF as LV344 Mar 1942.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				1094 scrapped at Hill AAF, UT Sep 6, 1945.
				1095 to reclamation at Tyndall AAF, FL Apr 9, 1946
				1096 to RAF as LV339 Mar 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				1097 to RAF as LV341 Mar 1942.  Ditched off Ireland Aug 13, 1942 after engine failure.
				1098 (TB-24D) scrapped at Albqueueque, NM May 21, 1945.
				1099 (TB-24D) to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 3, 1945.
				1100 (TB-24D) crashed due to engine failure near Ludlow, CA Dec 28, 1943.  4 killed.
				1101 to RFC at Ontario, CA  May 28, 1945.
				1102 to RFC at Bush Field, GA May 30, 1945.
				1103 force landed and burned near Ellington AAF May 3, 1943.
				1104 (28th Composite Group, 404th BS, 11th AF, "Iggy") crashed Nov 18, 1943 80 mi NE of
					Adak, AK in Aleutian Islands. MACR 3352.  All 11 crew killed.
				1105 w/o Aug 13, 1942
				1106 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 2, 1945.
				1107 to RAF as LV336 May 1942.  Damaged at Boscombe Down, UK Apr 16, 1942 after dummy
					bomb broke free on landing.  SOC Nov 12, 1942.
				1108 to RAF as LV346 May 1942.  Ditched on approach to Thorney Island, UK Jan 12, 1943 after
					power loss.
				1109 to RAF as FK215 May 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 5256M Jun 1945.
				1110 to RAF as FK216 May 1942.  Crashed on takeoff at Dorval, Canada Apr 28, 1942 on
					delivery flight.
				1111 to RAF as LV343 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				1112 to RAF as FK218 May 1942.  Damaged beyond repair at Ringway, UK Mar 7, 1943 when
					overshot runway during landing.
				1113 (1013 PPT, 96 PTTG) involved in midair collision with B-24E 43-0903 5 mi NE of Fort Worth, Texas Sep 3, 1943. 
					Surveyed at Fort Worth AAF, TX Sep 18, 1943
				1114 to RAF as LV342 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Jun 2, 1947
				1115 to RAF as FK217 May 1942.  Swung on takeoff at Boscombe Down, UK Sep 15, 1942 and
					struck hangar.
				1116 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 2, 1945.
				1117 (66th BS, 44th BG, 3rd AF) crashed on takeoff 1 1/2 mi S of Barksdale AAF, LA May 18, 1942 while
					going on antisubmarine patrol over Gulf of Mexico.  Crew of 9 killed.
				1118 surveyed at Ft Worth AAF, Tx.
				1119 to RAF May 1942 but crashed at sea en route to UK, no RAF serial allocated.
				1120 to RAF as FK224 May 1942.  Overshot landing at Cluntoe Jul 5, 1944 and ran into ditch.
				1121 to RAF as FK219 May 1942.  SOC Jul 6, 1945.
				1122 to RAF as LV340 Apr 1942.  Flew into mountain during bad weather, County 
					Antrim, Northern Ireland Aug 21, 1942.
				1123 to RFC at Altus, OK Aug 22, 1945
				1124 to RAF as LV345 Apr 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4816M Mar 1944.
				1125 to RFC at Altus, OK Jul 30, 1945
				1126 to RAF as FK220 May 1942.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				1127 to RAF as LV338 May 1942.  Relegated to instructional airframe 4817M Jun 14, 1944.
				1128 allocated to RAF, but crashed enroute to modification center.  No RAF
					serial allocated.  To CL-26 at Herbert-Smart Airport, Macon, GA Mar 28, 1942
				1129 to RAF as FK221 May 1942.  Damaged beyond repair at Prestwick, Scotland
					Mar 25, 1945 when landed with undercarriage jammed partly down.
				1130 to RFC at Stillwater, OK Aug 13, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				1131 wrecked in landing accident at Ft Myers AAF, FL Jul 4, 1942 and DBR
				1132 wrecked at Smyrna AAF, TN in takeoff accident Mar 17, 1943 and DBR
				1133 crashed on Trail Peak, Cimmaron NM, site of Philmont Scout 
					Ranch May 22, 1942.
				1134 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Nov 13, 1945
				1135 to reclamation at Hill Field, UT Nov 13, 1945
				1136 (TB-24D) to RFC at Albuquerque NM Jul 2, 1945
				1137 wrecked at Wendover AAF, UT Sep 18, 1942
				1138   March 27, 1943 576th Bombardment Squadron 392nd Bombardment Group 2nd Air Force Alamogordo 
					Army Airfield New Mexico.  Transfered to Davis-Monthan Army Airfield Arizona. 
					To reclamation at Spokane, WA Sep 6, 1945 and scrapped.
				1139 force-landed at Gaarnett, KS Dec 12, 1942.  Condemned Jan 12, 1943
				1140 to CL-26 at 4134th Base Depot, Spokane, WA Apr 28, 1944
				1141 wrecked May 23, 1942 in landing accident at Ft Myer, repaired.
					Wrecked May 27, 1942 when overshot landing at Ft Myer, FL, repaired.
					(TB-24D) to DPC at Bush Field, Agusta, GA Jul 18, 1945
				1142 (TB-24D) to reclamation at Homestead AAF, FL Feb 9, 1945
41-1143/1204		Beech AT-7
				1143 (MSN 435) (3504 AAFBU) damaged in landing accident at Lake Charles AAF, LA
					May 23, 1945
				1144 (MSN 436) US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for 
					proposed USAAF aviation museum. Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
					To civil registry as N6414C in 1956.
				1147 (MSN 439) w/o May 16, 1941 at Carbon Hill, OH
				1148 (MSN 440) w/o Nov 14, 1943 at San Marcos, TX
				1150 (MSN 442) (2517 AAFBU) crashed on takeoff at Ellngton Field, TX
					Jun 4, 1945.  Transferred to US Navy as SNB-2 BuNo 67170
				1151 (MSN 443) w/o Dec 26, 1942 at Selman Field, LA
				1153 (MSN 445) to civil registry as N6780C
				1154 (MSN 446) w/o Sep 29, 1942 at Atlanta Airport, GA
				1155 (MSN 447) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10814 in 1954.
				1156 (MSN 448) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11506
				1157 (MSN 449) (2584 AFRTC) force landed in bad weather at Memphis MAP, TN Jan 13, 1950.
				1159 (MSN 451) W/o 20 Aug 1943 at Vicksburg, MS; repaired; wfu.  To civil registry as N75528, N11V, N7989A
				1160 (MSN 452) to US Navy as SNB-2 67101.
				1161 (MSN 453) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1162 (MSN 454) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11615 in 1952.
				1163 (MSN 455) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1164 (MSN 456) to US Navy Feb 7, 1946 as SNB-2 67305.
				1165 (MSN 457) W/o 24 Dec 1942 at Bowman Field, KY; repaired; redes as T-7 on 11 Jun 1948;
					remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11616 in 1952.
				1166 (MSN 458) to RFC at Smyrna, TN Nov 30, 1945.  To civil registry as NC63848, F-OGAV
				1167 (MSN 459) W/o 4 Feb 1943 at Marshall, TX; repaired; redes as T-7 on 11 Jun 1948.
					remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10632 in 1953
				1168 (MSN 460) (2236 AFRTC) ground looped on landing at Bowling Green Apt, KY Sep 5, 1950.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as C-45H 52-10806 in 1954.
				1169 (MSN 461) to reclamation at Chanute Field, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1170 (MSN 462) w/o May 25, 1943 at Fontana, CA.  Surveyed at Mather AAF, CA Aug 16, 1943
				1171 (MSN 463) to US Navy as SNB-2 67110 Jan 8, 1948
				1172 (MSN 464) W/o 4 Jun 1942 at Kelly Field, TX; repaired; redes as T-7A on 11 Jun 1948.
					remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11469 in 1952.
				1173 (MSN 465) to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 10, 1946.  To N540, N75287
				1174 (MSN 466) surveyed at Santa Rosa AAF, CA Dec 20, 1944
				1175 (MSN 467) to RFC at Selman Field, LA May 6, 1945.  To civil registry as NC57776.
					Noted autumn 2003 in Selfridge Military Air Museum, MI painted as SNB-5 BuNo 51108
				1176 (MSN 468) wrecked at Ellington Field, TX Jan 10, 1942
				1177 (MSN 469) W/o 18  Dec 1941 at Ellington Field, TX; repaired; redes as T-7 n 11 Jun 1948.
					Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10816 in 1954.
				1178 (MSN 470) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11617 in 1952.
				1179 (MSN 471) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1180 (MSN 472) wrecked Nov 1941 at McClellan Field, CA and to Class 26 instructional airframe.
					To RFC at Augustine Field, MS Mar 10, 1945
				1181 (MSN 473) to civil registry as N6418C in 1956.  Stripped hulk stored in salvage yard, Owasso, Oklahoma in 2000
				1182 (MSN 474) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1183 (MSN 475) surveyed at San Marcos Feb 7, 1944
				1184 (MSN 476) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1186 (MSN 478) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11618 in 1952.
				1187 (MSN 479) to reclamation at Chanute, IL Aug 31, 1949
				1188 (MSN 480) delivered Jun 21, 1941.  To RFC at North Grafton, MA Aug 9, 1945.
					To Chas H. Babb Co of New York 1946 as NC51830.  To OO-APO Mar 11, 1948, cancelled Sep 8, 1951.
					To N94535, N713A, N9323H
				1189 (c/m 481) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11619 in 1952.
				1190 (MSN 482) surveyed at San Marcos AAF, TX Dec 21, 1943
				1191 (MSN 483) to reclamation at Wichita, KS Feb 25, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11448 in 1952.
				1192 (MSN 484) (4141 AAFBU) damaged in taxiing accident at Morris Field, NC
					Sep 2, 1946.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11620 in 1952.
				1193 (2132 AAFBU) force landed 4.5 mi S of Streator, IL Apr 26, 1945.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11842
					in 1953.
				1194 to US Navy as SNB-2 67171 Jan 9, 1946
				1195 (MSN 487) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11622 in 1952.
				1196 (2596 AFRTC) damaged in landing accident at Hensley Field, TX
					Nov 16, 1950
				1197 to US Navy as SNB-2 67172 Jan 9, 1946
				1198 wrecked at Vaughn, NM Oct 28, 1942 and DBR
				1199 (MSN 491) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10619 in 1953
				1200 to reclamation at McClellan AFB, CA Feb 7, 1948
				1201 (MSN 493) to RFC at Augusta, ME Jul 9, 1946.  Sold Sep 18, 1946
					as NC9537H.  To PP-APB.  Sold to owner in Brazil as PT-AQP Jul 6, 1954.
					Reregistered PP-APB around 1958 and again (by Jan 1968)
					PT-BBJ.  W/o at Santo Antonio, Brazil May 29, 1969.
				1203 (MSN 495) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11623 in 1952.
				1204 (MSN 496) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11840 in 1953.
41-1205/1209		Beechcraft AT-7-BH
				1205 (MSN 497) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10633
				1206 (MSN 498) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11624 in 1952.
				1207 (MSN 499, 3806 AMS/3801 AMG) damaged in landing accident at Maxwell AFB, AL May 28, 1951.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as C-45H 52-10615 in 1953.
				1208 (MSN 500) to civil registry as N8071H
				1209 (MSN 501) to civil registry as N6416C.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51--11652 in 1952.
41-1210			Vultee XP-54 Swoose Goose
				Model 84.  Ordered Jan 8, 1941
				1210 to CL-26 at San Bernardino AAF, CA Feb 7, 1944.
				The second XP-54 had the number 41-1211 painted on its tail in error.  It was
					actually 42-108994.
41-1211/1710		Vultee BT-13A Valiant
				Model 74
				200 of these became SNV-1
				1214 lost control 5 mi N of Elmo, TX Sep 17, 1942 and pilot bailed out.
				1215 struck beacon 6 mi NW of Walley Springs, TX Oct 10, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1216 w/o Jan 29, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1217 w/o May 20, 1943 at Garden City AAAF #3, KS
				1220 crashed 6 mi NW of Valley Springs, TX Oct 10, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Repaired.  w/o Feb 23, 1943 at Florence, SC
				1221 crashed 4 mi E of Steadman, SC Jun 30, 1941.  2 killed
				1224 diverted to China Dec 9, 1945
				1226 w/o Dec 5, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
				1228 crashed and burned at Cochran Field, Oct 31, 1942
				1229 w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Harris Field, GA
				1230 w/o Oct 29, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1236 w/o Feb 28, 1942 at Brady, TX
				1238 w/o Jul 15, 1941 at Curtis Field, TX
				1242 wrecked 5 mi W of Moffett Field, CA Jan 3, 1942.
				1244 to US Navy 
				1245 landed in river bed and burned near Ft. Sumner, NBM Jan 7, 1943
				1246 to US Navy
				1247 to US Navy
				1248 to US Navy
				1249 spun in while landing near Lemoore AAF, CA Mar 4, 1942
				1251 (MSN 74-1359) to CAA as NC273
				1252 (MSN 74-1360) w/o Nov 10, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1254 (MSN 74-1362) w/o Feb 26, 1943 at Mun Apt, Garden City, KS
				1256 (MSN 74-1364) W/o 21 Jul 1942 at Oates AAAF, TX; repaired (?); w/o 9 Jun 1944 at Gates AAAF, TX 
				1257 (MSN 74-1365) w/o Dec 11, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1259 (MSN 74-1367) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Lane AAAF, TX
				1261 to US Navy
				1262 to US Navy
				1264/1269 to US Navy
				1271 (MSN 74-1379) w/o Mar 2, 1944 at Eastman, GA
				1274 (MSN 74-1382) w/o Apr 16, 1944 at Bush Field, GA when ground-looped on takeoff.  Sole pilot uninjured.	
				1275 crashed 5 mi W of Cochran Field Jul 15, 1941.  Pilot killed
				1276 (MSN 74-1384) w/o Mar 3, 19044 at Tribbett, MS
				1277 (MSN 74-1385) w/o Feb 25, 1944 at Greenwood, MS
				1278 in midair near Cochran Field, GA Mar 28, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1279 (MSN 74-1387) w/o May 16, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1283 (MSN 74-1391) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Oates AAAF, TX
				1285 (MSN 74-1393) w/o Jun 3,1943 at Lane AAAF, TX
				1286 (MSN 74-1394) w/o May 29, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1291 (MSN 74-1399) w/o Jul 26, 1943 at Marana, AZ
				1298 (MSN 74-1406) w/o Jan 26, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1300 crashed after spin 3 mi SW of Shafter, CA Oct 16, 1941.  2 killed
				1302 (MSN 74-1410) w/o Apr 6, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1305 (MSN 74-1413) w/o Oct 20, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1306 (MSN 74-1414) Modified to appear as Japanese Aichi D3A2 Val for 1970 movie "Tora, Tora, Tora". 
					To N54865 Apr 12, 1972, cancelled Jun 10, 1975.   Currently at March Field Museum, CA.
				1308 diverted to China Aug 1, 1945
				1310 w/o Jul 1, 1944 at Cochran Field, Macon, GA
				1311 (MSN 74-1421) stationed at Minter Field (Lerdo) 18 Oct 1943,  To civil registry as N67868
				1314 w/o. Feb 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1317 w/o Feb 16, 1943 at Gardner Field, CA
				1324 w/o Feb 10, 1944 at Davenport Field, TX
				1326 w/o Aug 8, 1942 at Ft McKavett, TX
				1336 w/o Jul 16, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
				1337 w/o Apr 7, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1338 w/o Dec 27, 1943 at Minter Field, CA
				1340 w/o Jan 15, 1942at ACBFS, Bakersfield, CA
				1341 w/o Jul 7, 1942 at Harris Field, Fort Valley, GA
				1342 w/o Feb 5, 1o42at Anderson, SC
				1343 w/o Aug 30 1943 4 mi NE of Harris Field
				1345 crashed at Cochran Field, GA Mar 30, 1942
				1349 w/o Dec 24, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1351 w/o Mar 23, 1943 at Clifton, TN
				1354 w/o Dec 17, 1943 at Delaplaine, AR
				1356 w/o Oct 20, 1943 at Bainbridge AAF, GA
				1361 in midair near Gardner Field, CA Feb 2, 1942
				1362 crashed at Realto Aug Field, CA Nov 16, 1942.
				1363 w/o Dec 28, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1365 dove in near Rosedale Highway CA Apr 23, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1366 in midair near Shafter, CA Jun 18, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				1371 w/o Sep 26, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1373 stalled on takeoff at Cochran Field Feb 26, 1942
				1376 w/o Nov 12, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1377 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1378 w/o May 2, 1944 at Byron AAAF, GA
				1383 crashed in takeoff accident at Salome CAA Airfield, AL Dec 22, 1943
				1386 w/o Jul 5, 1943 at Pecos, TX
				1387 hit high tension wires 11 mi W of Wasco, CA Jul 24, 1941.  2 killed.
				1394 w/o Nov 14, 1941 at Goodfellow, TX
				1395 crashed in mountaines near Marana, AZ Jul 4, 1943.
				1396 w/o Aug 4, 1942 at Westbrook, TX
				1404 w/o Sep 29, 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ
				1407 w/o Sep 20, 1941 at Reno, NV
				1409 w/o Jan 19, 1943 at Shafter, CA
				1411 w/o Oct 18, 1943 at Shafter, CA
				1412 w/o Apr 11, 1942 at Tarversville, GA
				1413 w/o May 18, 1944 at Newport, AR
				1414 (MSN 74-1524) w/o Apr 21, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA, repaired.  Converted as Japanese Val
					replica.  To March Field. 
				1415 (MSN 74-1525) w/o May 12, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1416 (MSN 74-1526) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Bush Field, GA
				1417 (MSN 74-1527) wrecked at Anderson, SC Nov 18, 1941.
				1418 (MSN 74-1528) crashed at Cochran Field, GA Dec 26, 1941
				1420 (MSN 74-1530) w/o Jun 13, 1943 at Cochran Field, GA
				1421 (MSN 74-1531) w/o Feb 31, 1942 at CAA Int Field, Jasper, FL
				1422 (MSN 74-1532) w/o May 26, 1942 at Cochran field, GA
				1423 (MSN 74-1533) salvaged Jun 23, 1945
				1424 (MSN 74-1534) w/o May 7, 1943 at Warner Robins AAF, GA
				1425 (MSN 74-1535) force landed at Cochran Field Dec 15, 1942.
				1426 (MSN 74-1536) w/o Oct 5, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1428 (MSN 74-1538) w/o Jan 17, 1942 at Camp Stewart, GA
				1429 (MSN 74-1539) spun in at Cochran Field, GA Jan 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.  
				1430 (MSN 74-1540) w/o Sep 9, 1943 at Valley, GA
				1431 (MSN 74-1541) w/o Nov 29, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
				1432 (MSN 74-1542) w/o Jun 18, 1942 at Shafter, CA
				1434 (MSN 74-1544) w/o Aug 18, 1944 at Independence, CA
				1435 (MSN 74-1545) spun and crashed Aug 8, 1941 7 mi N of Lost Hills, CA
				1453 (MSN 74-1563) w/o Sep 5, 1941 at Bakersfield, TX
				1454 (MSN 74-1564) w/o Nov 23, 1943 at Wingate, TX
				1456 (MSN 74-1566) w/o Aug 16, 1943 at Robbins AAAF, TX
				1461 (MSN 74-1571) w/o Feb 3, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1462 (MSN 74-1572) crashed on takeoff from Cochran Field, GA Feb 22, 1943.  Pilot killed
				1464 (MSN 74-1574) w/o Jan 13, 1943 at Yawn Field, GA
				1465 (MSN 74-1575) w/o Nov 24, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1467 (MSN 74-1577) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Gruger AAAF, MS
				1468 (MSN 74-1578) w/o Nov 3, 1943 at Yawn AAAF, GA
				1470 (MSN 74-1580) w/o Jan 6, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1474 (MSN 74-1584) w/o Jan 10, 1944 at Bush Field, GA
				1475 (MSN 74-1585) w/o May 17, 1942 at Cochran Field, GA
				1479 (MSN 74-1589) spun in while landing at Gardner Field, CA Feb 11, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1480 (MSN 74-1590) w/o Oct 27, 1942 at Deadman Lake, CA
				1481 (MSN 74-1591) in takeoff accident 8 mi SE of Gardner Field, CA Mar 2, 1943
				1482 (MSN 74-1592) w/o May 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1486 (MSN 74-1596) hit top of mountain near Gardner Field, CA Sep 1, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1488 (MSN 74-1598) rudder failed and crashed Gardner Field, CA Sep 10, 1942
				1503 (MSN 74-1613) w/o May 11, 1944 at Semi-Tropic AAAF, CA
				1505 (MSN 74-1615) crashed S of Cummings Mt. CA Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1507 (MSN 74-1617) w/o Mar 18, 1942 at Rosemond, CA
				1508 (MSN 74-1618) crashed NE of Quail Lake, CA Mar 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1510 (MSN 74-1620) w/o Mar 18, 1942 at Oak Creek, 8 mi SW of Tehachapi, CA
				1512 (MSN 74-1622) w/o Nov 16, 19042 at Marana BFS, AZ
				1515 (MSN 74-1625) crashed 35 mi E of Porterville, CA Mar 26, 1942
				1516 (MSN 74-1626) w/o Feb 12, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1519 (MSN 74-1629) crashed 3.5 mi SE of Goodfellow Field, TX Mar 26,1942
				1521 (MSN 74-1631) w/o Apr 15, 1944 at Perrin Field, TX
				1524 (MSN 74-1634) w/o May 30, 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS
				1525 (MSN 74-1635) crashed 3 mi SW of Soughmaged, TX Mar 21, 1943.  Pilot killed
				1526 (MSN 74-1636) w/o Jan 1, 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1527 (MSN 74-1637) w/o Jun 8, 1944 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1533 (MSN 74-1643) w/o Nov 6, 1943 at Cruger AAAF, MS
				1534 (MSN 74-1644) w/o Dec 30, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
				1535 (MSN 74-1645) w/o Dec 14, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA
				1536 (MSN 74-1646) w/o Jun 29, 1943 at Bush Field, GA
				1538 (MSN 74-1648) w/o May 11, 1943 at Harris AAAF, GA
				1540 (MSN 74-1650) w/o Jul 17, 1942 at Harris Field, GA
				1541 (MSN 74-1651) spun in at Ft Valley, GA Jun 3, 1942.  Pilot killed
				1542 (MSN 74-1652) w/o Jan 26, 1942 at Cochrqn Field, GA
				1543 (MSN 74-1653) w/o Jul 4, 1943 at Reynold, GA
				1544 (MSN 74-1654) w/o May 15, 1944 at Harris AAAF, GA
				1552 (MSN 74-1662) w/o Jun 19, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1554 (MSN 74-1664) w/o Mar 28, 1943 at Mojave AB, CA
				1557 (MSN 74-1667) w/o Jul 17, 1942 at Hollyuwood-by-the-Sea, CA
				1559 (MSN 74-1669) w/o Jul 13, 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ
				1561 (MSN 74-1671) w/o May 17, 1945 at Palo Pinto, TX
				1565 (MSN 74-1675) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX
				1570 (MSN 74-1680) w/o Mar 19, 1943 at Honey Grove, TX
				1571 (MSN 74-1681) w/o Dec 11, 1941 at Bakersfield, CA
				1575 (MSN 74-1685) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Semi Tropic AAAF, CA
				1578 (MSN 74-1688) w/o Feb 12, 1942 at Minter Field, CA
				1580	(MSN 74-1690) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				1581 (MSN 74-1691) became N68144 and is stored at Hoogeveen in The Netherlands, waiting for restoration
				1583 (MSN 74-1693) to CAA as NC267
				1586 (MSN 74-1696) in midair 30 mi W of Winslow, AZ Mar 28,1943.  2 killed
				1589 (MSN 74-1699) w/o Jun 18, 1944 at Ashland, KY
				1592 (MSN 74-1702) w/o May 30, 1943 at Oakland, CA
				1596 (MSN 74-1706) w/o May 14, 1943 at Pecos AAF, TX
				1598 (MSN 74-1708) w/o Jan 20, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1599 (MSN 74-1709) w/o. Mar 20, 1942 at Gardner Field, CA
				1601 (MSN 74-1711) wrecked in landing accident Gardner Field, CA Oct 28, 1942
				1602 (MSN 74-1712) in midair 30 mi W of Winslow, AZ Mar 28, 1943.  1 killed
				1603 (MSN 74-1713) w/o Jan 28, 1944 at Gardner Field, GA
				1604 (MSN 74-1714) 2/o Jan 8, 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1606 (MSN 74-1716) w/o Jun 10, 1944 at Gardner Field, Taft, CA
				1608 (MSN 74-1718) w/o Jun 10, 1944 at Gardner Field, Taft, CA
				1610 (MSN 74-1720) in landing accident at Gardner Field, CA Jan 23,1943.  2 killed
				1621 (MSN 74-1731) w/o Apr 9, 1944 at Cruger AAAF, MS
				1623 (MSN 74-1733) w/o Aug 14, 1944 at Perry, GA
				1626 (MSN 74-1736) w/o Jec 24, 1944 at Morris Field, NC
				1627 (MSN 74-1737) 440th School Squadron, 9th Basic Flying Training Group, Cochran Field, 
					Macon, GA. Substantially damaged in a fatal accident taking off at Harris Auxiliary Field, 
					Fort Valley, GA 2Jun42. On a routine training flight with an aviation cadet student and an instructor 
					pilot, both of the Royal Air Force, the pilot brought the aircraft in for a landing. 
					After landing to the south, about 222 yards from the airfield’s southern boundary, 
					the pilot attempted to take off again. As he did so the engine momentarily lost power and he 
					landed again, braking hard. The engine then picked up and the plane left the ground about 
					four feet from the boundary fence. The plane failed to clear a four-foot fence post and the 
					wheels struck and overturned a Chevrolet two-door sedan which was parked, without lights, 
					in the center of a public dirt road, directly in the path of the plane. In the sedan were three 
					adults and two children. The children were not injured but one adult was killed and a second
					 died several days later; the third adult suffered concussion.  Repaired (?); w/o 26 Apr 1943 at Lee Pope, GA 
				1630 (MSN 74-1740) w/o Jan 30, 1942 at Brunswick, GA
				1632 (MSN 74-1742) w/o Jan 2, 1942 at Gunter Field, AL
				1635 (MSN 74-1745) w/o Jun 17, 1943 at Shaw Field, SC
				1639 (MSN 74-1749) w/o Jan 24, 1944 at Shaw Field, SC
				1640 (MSN 74-1750) w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Shaw Field, SC
				1641 (MSN 74-1751) w/o Oct 6, 1942 at Macon, GA
				1642 (MSN 74-1752) w/o Aug 24, 1943 at Unadilla, GA
				1645 (MSN 74-1755) w/o Nov 8, 1943 at Cocharan Field, GA
				1648 (MSN 74-1758) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Harris field, GA
				1650 (MSN 74-1760) w/o Oct 6, 1941 at Cochran Field, GA
				1652 (MSN 74-1762) crashed in low-altitude spin 8 mi S of Gunter Field, GA Jan 2, 1942.  2 killed
				1653 (MSN 74-1763) wrecked at Miami, OK Nov 13, 1941
				1661 (MSN 74-1771) wrecked at Bakersfield, CA Dec 19, 1941
				1665 (MSN 74-1775) w/o May 8, 1944 at Picacho AAAF, AZ
				1668	(MSN 74-1778) Lend-Lease to Mexico
				1669 (MSN 74-1779) w/o Sep 15, 1943 at Minter Field, CA
				1675 (MSN 74-1785) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Newport, AR
				1676 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, but this is not the sctual serial number.  This is supposedly
					BuNo 03022, which was previously 41-10886.
				1681 (MSN 74-1791) w/o May 31, 1943 at Toyah AAAF, TX
				1686 (MSn 74-1796) crashed 1/2 mi NE of Lasanimas Aux Field, CO Apr 7, 1941.  Pilot killed
				1688 (MSN 74-1798) w/o Feb 19, 1944 at Marana AAF, Marana, AZ
				1692 (MSN 74-1802) w/o Sep 17, 1943 at East Auxiliary Field, KS
				1696 (MSN 74-1806) in midair collision with 41-1671 Chanute, KA Aug 31, 1942.  2 killed in each plane.
				1699 (MSN 74-1809) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Strother AAF, KS
				1700 (MSN 74-1810) w/o Jun 23, 1944 at Moore AAAF, Curtis Field, Brady, TX
				1702 (MSN 74-1812) w/o May 17, 1943 at Gardner Field, CA
				1708 (MSN 74-1818) crashed during aerobatics 12 mi NE of Gardner Field, CA May 5, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				1710 (MSN 74-1820) to CAA as NC268
41-1711/1860		Beechcraft AT-10-BH
				MSN 522/671
				1712 (MSN 523) w/o Aug 17, 1944 at Shelby, NC
				1719 (MSN 530) w/o Sep 26, 1944 at Blackland AAF, Waco, TX
				1721 (MSN 532) w/o Jun 22, 1943 at Adel, GA
				1722 (MSN 533) w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Huntsville, TX
				1723 (MSN 534) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1724 (MSN 535) w/o Jun 5, 1943 at Cibolo, TX
				1725 (MSN 536) w/o Aug 3, 1943 at Cochise AAAF, AZ
				1726 (MSN 537) w/o May 6, 1944 at Ellington Field, TX
				1730 (MSN 541) w/o Jul 8, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				1734 (MSN 545) w/o May 15, 1944 at North Vernon, IN
				1735 (MSN 546) w/o Jun 11, 1943 at Blackland AAF, TX
				1736 (MSN 547) w/o Jul 1, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1737 (MSN 548) w/o Oct 5, 1944 at Blackland AAF, TX
				1739 (MSN 550) w/o Jun 15, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
				1740 (MSN 551) w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Rittenhouse AAAF, AZ
				1742 (MSN 553) w/o Jul 31, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1743 (MSN 554) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Leagu Davis AAAF, TX
				1744 (MSN 555) w/o May 22, 1943 at George Field, IL
				1748 (MSN 559) w/o May 19, 1943 at Mt Enterprise, TX
				1749 (MSN 560) w/o Sep 10, 1943 at Navasota Intermediate Airport, TX
				1751 (MSN 562) w/o Mar 16, 1944 at Moody Field, GA
				1753 (MSN 564) w/o Apr 30, 1944 at Madisonville, TX
				1754 (MSN 565) w/o Jul 21, 1942 at Chandler Field, AZ
				1756 (MSN 567) w/o Jul 18, 1942 at Magna, AZ
				1757 (MSN 568) w/o Oct 26, 1942 at Moody Field, GA
				1763 (MSN 574) w/o Jun 1, 1943 at League Davis AAAF, TX
				1764 (MSN 575) w/o Apr 24, 1943 at La Junta, CO
				1765 (MSN 576) w/o Oct 7, 1943 at Maxwell Field, AL
				1766 (MSN 577) w/o Apr 7, 19044 at Moody Field, GA
				1773 (MSN 584) w/o Apr 10, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
				1776 (MSN 587) w/o Feb 24, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1781 (MSN 592) w/o Aug 17, 1944 at Camp Wallace, TX
				1782 (MSN 593) w/o Oct 15, 1943 at Salem, AR
				1786 (MSN 597) w/o May 8, 1943 at Ellington Field, TX
				1787 (MSN 598) w/o Oct 26, 1943 at Columbus AAF, MS
				1788 (MSN 599) w/o Jun 25, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
				1790 (MSN 601) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Thompson, TX
				1791 (MSN 602) w/o Jul 14, 1942 at Roswell Muni Airport, NM
				1792 (MSN 603) w/o Apr 19, 1943 at South Preston Field, TX
				1793 (MSN 604) w/o May 6, 1943 at Moody Field, GA
				1795 (MSN 606) w/o Dec 3, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				1797 (MSN 608) w/o Jul 16, 1942 at Roswell AFS, NM
				1799 (MSN 610) w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Thompson, TX
				1803 (MSN 614) w/o Oct 29, 1942 at New River AAAF, GA
				1804 (MSN 615) w/o Aug 6, 1943 at Scott Field, IL
				1805 (MSN 616) w/o Jun 7, 1944 at Shaw Field, Sumter, SC
				1807 (MSN 618) w/o Oct 12, 19o43 at Valdosta Mun Arpt
				1808 (MSN 619) surveyed Feb 14, 1944
				1809 (MSN 620) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Nov 18, 1944
				1810 (MSN 621) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Feb 3, 1945
				1811 (MSN 622) to RFC at Cuero, TX Ap 11, 1945
				1812 (MSN 623) to RFC at Cuero, TX Mar 22, 1945
				1813 (MSN 624) to RFC to Couro, TX Feb 27, 1945
				1814 (MSN 625) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field Nov 8, 1944
				1815 (MSN 626) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
				1816 (MSN 627) to RFC at Cuero, TX Nov 6, 1944
				1817 (MSN 628) to RFC at Woodward Field, OK Oct 4, 1945
				1818 (MSN 629) wrecked in takeoff accident at George Field, IL Sep 24, 1943
				1819 (MSN 630) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 4, 1945.
				1820 (MSN 631) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 21, 1944
				1821 (MSN 632) w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Yoakum, TX.  Condemned Sep 19, 1942
				1822 (MSN 633) w/o Jul 8, 1944 at Grammer AAAF, IN.  to CL-26
				1823 (MSN 634) w/o Apr 21, 1944 at George Field, IL.  to CL-26
				1824 (MSN 635) to RFC at West Helena, AK Nov 7, 1944
				1825 (MSN 636) to RFC at Woodward Field Nov 18, 1944
				1826 (MSN 637) to RFC at Bruce Field, Apr 16, 1945
				1827 (MSN 638) to RFC at McKellar Field, TN Nov 7, 1944
				1828 (MSN 639) wrecked at Biggs Field Mar 28, 1943
				1829 (MSN 640) w/o Aug 11, 1942 at Roswell, NM.  Condemned Aug 31, 1942
				1830 (MSN 641) to RFC at Vernon, TX Jan 12, 1945
				1831 (MSN 642) to RFC at Vernon, TX Jan 8, 1945
				1832 (MSN 643) wrecked 3 mi N of Lake Park, GA Dec 29, 1942
				1833 (MSN 644) w/o Sep 8, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX, Repaired.  Wrecked at Moody Field Dec 28, 1942
				1834 (MSN 645) w/o Mar 7 1944 at George Field, IL.  Surveyed Mar 8, 1944
				1835 (MSN 646) to RFC at Ballinger, TX May 15, 1945
				1836 (MSN 647) to RFC at Cuero, TX Feb 27, 1945
				1837 (MSN 648) w/o Apr 30, 1943, condemned Apr 31, 1943
				1838 (MSN 649) w/o Jun 1, 1944 at Alma, GA, surveyed Jul 11, 1944
				1839 (MSN 650) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 16, 1945
				1840 (MSN 651) w/o Nov 20, 1943 at Salineville, OH, surveyed Nov 28, 1943
				1841 (MSN 652) to DPC at Bush Field Oct 20, 1944
				1842 (MSN 653) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX May 14, 1945
				1843 (MSN 654) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
				1844 (MSN 655) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 24, 1944
				1845 (MSN 656) to RFC at Thompson-Robbins Field, AK Nov 7, 1944
				1846 (MSN 657) to RFC at Bruce Field, TX Apr 17, 1945
				1847 (MSN 658) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field, AK Nov 8, 1944
				1848 (MSN 659) to RFC at McKellar, TN Nov 7, 1944
				1849 (MSN 660) to RFC at Vernon, TX Dec 20, 1944
				1850 (MSN 661) to RFC at Valdosta, GA Jan 21, 1944
				1851 (MSN 662) w/o Jul 24, 1943 at Alvin, TX, surveyed Aug 13, 1943
				1852 (MSN 663) to RFC at Cuero, TX Apr 12, 1945
				1853 (MSN 664) to RFC at Cuero, TX Feb 27, 1945
				1854 (MSN 665) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
				1855 (MSN 666) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Jan 30, 1945
				1856 (MSN 667) to RFC at Thompson-Robins Field, AK Oct 12, 1944
				1857 (MSN 668) to DPC at Tmbry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
				1858 (MSN 669) to RFC at Augustine Field Nov 11, 1944
				1859 (MSN 670) to DPC at Embry-Riddle, TN Nov 29, 1944
				1860 (MSN 671) to RFC at Harvey Parkes APT, MO Jan 13, 1945.
41-1861/1880		Beech C-45A
				MSN 502/521
				1861 exchanged for C-45F 44-47660.  To Chicago Municipal CAA Jun 12, 1946
				1862 (MSN 503) to RFC at Augusta Jun 6, 1946.  To civil registry as NC1064.
				1863 nosed over at Decatur, IL Jun 19, 1943.  To CL-26
				1864 (MSN 505) to storage at Davis-Monthan Jun 14, 1946.  To civil registry as N5702N
				1865 to reclamation in Panama, CZ Jun 9, 1949
				1866 (MSN 507) to RFC at Augusta May 15, 1946.  To CAA as NC7 in 1946
				1867 (MSN 508) to RFC at Mitchel Field Mar 26, 1947
				1868 (MSN 509) redesignated as UC-45A in Jan 1943.  Condemned overseas Aug 20,1943
				1869 (MSN 510) scavenged for parts Aug 23, 1944
				1870 (MSN 511) to reclamation at Waco AAF, TX Mqy 22, 1942
				1871 (MSN 512) to reclamation at Olmstead Field, PA Aut 5, 1944
				1872 (MSN 513) w/o Jan 7, 1942 at Bolling Field, DC, condemned Feb 17, 1942
				1873 (MSN 514) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  W/o Jun 30, 1943 at Saxe, VA, condemned Jul 10, 1943
				1874 (MSN 515) to RFC at McClellan Feb 28, 1946.  To civil registry as NC66705, N66705, PI-C400, RP-C400
				1875 (MSN 516) salvaged May 18, 1946
				1876 (MSN 517) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  Diverted to Swedish AF as 912 Jun 20, 1947, later 45001.
				1877 (MSN 518) redesignated as UC-45A Jan 1943.  W/o Oct 6, 1943 at Buenos Aires, Argentina, salvaged Feb 5, 1945
				1878 (MSN 519) to RFC at Andrews Field, MD Feb 4, 1946.  To civil registry as NC59698, N59698
				1879 (MSN 520) w/o Jan 29, 1942 at San Bernardino, CA, to CL-26 Mar 18, 1942
				1880 (MSN 521) to RFC at Augusta Mar 18, 1946.  to NC55, N55
41-1881/1980		Ryan PT-21-RY
				MSN 1002/1059, 1061/1076, 1155/1180.  Many conversions to PT-22.
				1881 (MSN 1002) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Sep 20, 1944.  To N56003
				1882 (MSN 1003) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Oct 3, 1944
				1883 (MSN 1004) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 21, 1944
				1884 (MSN 1005) wrecked at Tucson, AZ Sep 5, 1943
				1885 (MSN 1006) wrecked at Tucson, AZ Mar 24, 1943
				1886 (MSN 1007) to RFC at CAA-Clairborne Flight Academy Sep 20, 1944.  To N28832.
				1887 (MSN 1008) w/o Aug 17, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Nov 6, 1943
				1888 (MSN 1009) w/o Feb 1, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Feb 2, 1944
				1889 (MSN 1010) w/o Jul 22, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Oct 18, 1943
				1890 (MSN 1011) to RFC at Augustine Field Dec 12, 1944.  To N46739
				1891 (MSN 1012) to RFC at Wickenburg Oct 5, 1944.  Civilianized as N53496
				1892 (MSN 1013) W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ; repaired (?), to RFC at Wickenburgh Sep 20, 1945
				1893 (MSN 1014) to RFC at Wickenburg Sep 22, 1944.  To N49223
				1894 (MSN 1015) w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Nov 6, 1942
				1895 (MSN 1016) to RFC at Augustine Field Oct 14, 1944
				1896 (MSN 1017) wrecked 12 mi N of San Diego, CA Jun 14, 1942
				1897 (MSN 1018) to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				1898 (MSN 1019) to RFC at Cimaroon, OK Sep 14, 1944
				1899 (MSN 1020) to RFC at Lambert Field, MO Aug 30, 1945
				1900 (MSN 1021) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 30, 1944.  Civilianized as N48760
				1901 (MSN 1022) surveyed Nov 5, 1943
				1902 (MSN 1023) 5/21/41: Factory roll-out.  6/30/41: TOS USAAF.  1943: Converted to a PT-22.
					To RFC at Cimaroon, OK Sep 14, 1944.  9/22/49: Registere N50869.
					Oct 5, 2001 to current (4/2022): Registered N9753N.
					Jan 8, 2008: American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX..
				1903 (MSN 1024) crashed 6 mi W of Ryan Field, AZ Dec 22, 1943.  To CL-26 Sep 14, 1942 ??
				1904 (MSN 1025) lost control and pilot bailed out Feb 22, 1942, Kearney Mesa, AZ.
				1905 (MSN 1026) w/o Nov 13, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Jan 11, 1944
				1906 (MSN 1027) surveyed Jan 7, 1944.
				1907 (MSN 1028) in midair fire 3 MI SW of Ryan Field, AZ Jun 4, 1942, pilot bailed out.  W/o Aug 18, 1943
				1908 (MSN 1029) to DPC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				1909 (MSN 1030) w/o Sep 15, 1942 at Ryan Field, AZ, to CL-26 Aug 25, 1942(?)
				1910 (MSN 1031) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 5, 1944.  To N46604, N300RP
				1911 (MSN 1032) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Apr 17, 1945.  To N60488
				1912 (MSN 1033) w/o May 13, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Nov 5, 1943
				1913 (MSN 1034) w/o Mar 25, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed Mar 28, 1944
				1914 (MSN 1035) to RFC at Augustie Field, MS Oct 14, 1944
				1915 (MSN 1036) to RFC at Augustine Field, MS Oct 14 1944
				1916 (MSN 1037) to RFC at McClellan Aug 26, 1944
				1917 (MSN 1038) w/o Mar 7, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ, surveyed at Davis-Monthan Mar 8, 1944
				1918 (MSN 1039) to RFC at Wickenburg, AZ Sep 28, 1944.  To NC48552, then N48552.  
					Still flying in Australia as VH-RPT.
				1919 (MSN 1040) w/o May 5, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ 
				1920 (MSN 1041) w/o Nov 23, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1921 (MSN 1042) to N50870
				1922 (MSN 1043) to N52456
				1926 (MSN 1047) w/o Dec 28, 1943 at Canal AAAF, CA
				1929 (MSN 1050) w/o Sep 8, 1943 at Dos Palos, CA
				1930 (MSN 1051) to N49685
				1931 (MSN 1052) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1932 (MSN 1053) W/o 10 Oct 1942 at Ajo, AZ; repaired (?); wfu;to N53998, current 2011
				1933 (MSN 1054) to N53434
				1934 (MSN 1055) to N54343, N1022, N2022
				1935 (MSN 1056) w/o Oct 5, 1943 at Hemet, CA
				1936 (MSN 1057) to N48778
				1937 (MSN 1058) to N48778
				1938 (MSN 1059) to N46230
				1940 (MSN 1062) to N48104, later N1616
				1941 (MSN 1063) to N57030
				1942 (MSN 1064) w/o 8 Jan 1943 at Mather Field, CA; repaired (?); wfu, to N56792
				1943 (MSN 1065) Wfu; to N46596; wfu 21 Jun 1976
				1944 (MSN 1066) to N56596
				1945 (MSN 1067) to N58076
				1946 (MSN 1068) to N48777
				1949 (MSN 1071) to N56793
				1950 (MSN 1072) to N48458
				1951 (MSN 1073) w/o Oct 24, 1943 at Dos Palos, CA
				1952 (MSN 1074) to N46234
				1953 (MSN 1075) w/o Nov 22, 1943 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1957 (MSN 1157) to N47840
				1958 (MSN 1158) w/o Jul 9, 1943 at 9E AAAF, TX
				1959 (MSN 1159) w/o Feb 14, 1944 at King City, CA
				1960 (MSN 1160) to N48015
				1961 (MSN 1161) Wfu, to N48236
				1962 (MSN 1162) to N53999
				1963 (MSN 1163) w/o Aug 26, 1941 at Gibbs Field, CA
				1964 (MSN 1164) to N53018. crashed Feb 23, 2020 in a field at les Charots, near Beaulieu, Puy-de-Dôme -   
					France under unknown reasons/circumstances.  Both occupants died.
				1967 (MSN 1167) modified to PT-22A standards.  To N56792.  To 
					UK civil registry as G-AGYY.  Still flying in the Netherlands,
					but still as G-AGYY.
				1970 (MSN 1170) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Blythe, CA
				1972 (MSN 1172) w/o Jun 24, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
				1973 (MSN 1173) w/o Feb 7, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
				1974 (MSN 1174) w/o Aug 26, 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA
				1975 (MSN 1175) to N46804
				1976 (MSN 1176) w/o Mar 31, 1944 at Ryan Field, AZ
				1977 (MSN 1177) crashed 5 mi W of Ryan Field, AZ Dec 22, 1943.
				1978 (MSN 1178) to N2860D
				1980 (MSN 1180) to N48747
41-1981/1982		Cancelled contract for Martin XA-23
41-1983/2097		Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5201/5315.  Model 222-62-09
				1983 surveyed Jul 1, 1944
				1984 (MSN 222-5202) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Crashed and burned at end of runway at Paine Field, WA Nov 14, 1942
				1985 (MSN 222-5203) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Condemned May 30, 1944
				1986 (MSN 222-5204) retained by Lockheed and used as a test aircraft with raised and
					lengthened tailbooms in plan to mount Lightnings on floats for
					Pacific operations.  Also fitted with an engineer/observer seat.  Surveyed Aug 19, 1943
				1987 to reclamation at Chicago, IL Nov 28, 1944
				1988 (MSN 222-5206) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 1, 1944 at Attu, AK, condemned Jul 1, 1944
				1989 (343rd FG) lost Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 3007
				1990 wrecked 1 mi N of Miles Field, CA Apr 5, 1942
				1991 to reclamation at Luke Field, AZ Mar 22, 1945
				1992 (MSN 222-5210) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked at Paine Field, WA Aug 1, 1942
				1993 wrecked near Zeto Point, AK Mar 20, 1943. Pilot killed
				1994 wrecked E of Paine Field, WA Feb 17, 1942
				1995 (MSN 222-5213) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  (55th FG, 38th FS) hit snow bank while landing at 
					Pendleton AB, OR Jan 30, 1943, repaired.  W/o Nov 15, 1943 at Oxnard, CA
				1996 pilot bailed out 12 mi SW of Muroc AB, CA Jun 15, 1943
				1997 crashed into ocean off Venice CA May 16, 1942
				1998 (MSN 222-5216) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1945at Shemaya, AK, salvaged May 29, 1945
				1999 crashed at Mitchel Field, NY May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2000 to RFC at Smyrna, TN May 29, 1945
				2001 wrecked at Muroc AAB, CA Dec 6, 1942
				2002 (MSN 222-5220) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 6, 1942 at Muroc AB, CA.  Repaired (?).  
					Wrecked in crash landing May 30, 1943
				2003 (MSN 222-5221) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Crashed on Muroc range May 6, 1943.  Pilot killed.  W/o May 30, 1943 at Amchitka, AK
				2004 (MSN 222-5222) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked in landing accident Longview, AK Dec 25, 1942.  w/o May 8, 
					1942 at Muroc, CA
				2005 (MSN 222-5223) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  w/o Dec 25, 1942 at Longview, AK
				2006 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942 condemned Jul 30, 1942  
				2007 (MSN 222-5225) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o at March Field, CA Feb 16, 943
				2008 condemned Mar 16, 1943
				2009 to CL-26 at San Bernardino Jul 16, 1943.  Donated to Santa Barbara
					Junior College Sep 1945
				2010 (MSN 222-5228) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  w/o Dec 16, 1943 in Alaska.  Condemned Dec 24, 1943
				2011 crashed after low-altitude spin May 7, 1942 at Hamilton Field
				2012 (MSN 222-5230) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 13, 1944 at Santa Rosa, CA
				2013 (MSN 222-5231) crashed in San Francisco Bay May 27, 1942
				2014 condemned Nov 30, 1943
				2015 condemned Jan 18,1943
				2016 surveyed Jul 20, 1944
				2017 condemned Dec 20, 1942
				2018 (MSN 222-5236) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 24, 1943 at Amchitka, AK, condemned May 31,1943
				2019 salvaged Sep 9, 1945
				2020 (MSN 222-5238) w/o Mar 11, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26
				2021 wrecked off Mills Field in San Francisco Bay Sep 21, 1942
				2022 condemned Sep 23, 1942
				2023 wrecked off Pt. Reyes, CA Apr 26, 1942.  Pilot MIA.
				2024 (MSN 222-5242) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 5, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2025 (MSN 222-5243) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/op Jul 26, 1943 at Amchitka, AK, condemned Sep 9, 1943
				2026 condemned Dec 26, 1942
				2027 condemned Oct 28, 1942
				2028 condemned Dec 30, 1942
				2029 pilot bailed out and crashed into Puget Sound, WA Nov 17, 1942
				2030 (MSN 222-5248) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1943 at Paine Field, WA, surveyed May 11, 1943
				2031 (MSN 222-5249) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 26, 1942 at Longview, AK, condemned Oct 28, 1942
				2032 surveyed Jan 14, 1943
				2033 condemned Dec 3, 1943
				2034 (MSN 222-5252) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 2, 1943 in Salton Sea, CA, surveyed May 5, 1943
				2035 crashed off Piane Field, WA Feb 26, 1942 during landing approach
				2036 crashed McChord Field, WA May 30, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2037 force landed after engine fire Jul 18, 1943, Muroc AAB, CA
				2038 (MSN 222-5256) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 4, 1943 at Glendale AAF, CA, surveyed Oct 7, 1943
				2039 crashed 10 mi N of Tacoma, WA Jun 7, 1942. Pilot killed
				2040 to reclamation at Buckley Field Jul 3, 1946
				2041 wrecked at Lakewood, WA Mar 3, 1942
				2042 crashed 2.5 mi SE of Mines Field Aug 19, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2043 surveyed at Olympia, WA Jan 29, 1943
				2044 (54th FG) wrecked at Fort Glen, AK Jul 22, 1942
				2045 wrecked at Mines Field, CA May 27, 1942.  To CL-26
				2046 condemned Jan 12, 1943
				2047 wrecked at Muroc AB Dec 14, 1942.
				2048 retained by contractor as NX91300 for experiments. Modified with lengthened pilot
					gondola section and all controls moved 3 feet forward into new cockpit
					section, original cockpit becoming an observer's position. To RFC Mar 19, 1946.
					Later used as test aircraft for XF-90 program.  Crashed on akeoff from Phoenix,
					Arizona Oct 24, 1962
				2049 (MSN 222-5267) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  Wrecked in landing accident Mar 12, 1943 at Attu, AK
				2050 condemned Dec 31, 1943
				2052 crashed on Maynard Peak, WA May 12, 1943.  Pilot never found
				2053 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
				2054 to reclamation at Luke Field Mar 30, 1946
				2055 (MSN 222-5273) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 3, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2057 ditched off North Island May 3,1942.  To CL-26
				2058 crashed 1 mi N of Olympia Airport, WA Mar 3, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2059 creashed E of Redwood City, CA Mar 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2060 (MSN 222-5278) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942 condemned Apr 2, 1943
				2061 crashed at Muroc AB Feb 13, 1943.  Pilot killed
				2062 (329th FG, 331st FS) wrecked at Muroc AB Jan 10, 1943
				2063 wrecked at Portland AB, OR Apr 27, 1943
				2064 (MSN 222-5282) w/o Jul 20, 1942 at Olympia, WA, condemned Nov 17, 1942
				2065 (MSN 222-5283) wrecked at March Field Apr 21, 1942. w/o Jun 11, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA.  To CL-26
				2066 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
				2067 condemned Dec 26, 1942
				2068 surveyed Dec 23, 1942
				2069 salvaged May 12, 1942
				2070 J(83rd FS, 78th FG) crashed near Shellville, CA, 15 mi N of Hamilton Field, CA 
					Sep 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Wreck to CL-26 Apr 8, 1943.  
				2071 (MSN 222-5289) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Oct 29, 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA, surveyed Nov 15, 1943
				2072 to CL-26 Oct 6, 1944
				2073 to RP-38E, to 372nd FS, 360th FG at Santa Maria AAF, Santa Maria, CA damaged
					Mar 5, 1944 when collided with a tow target at Santa Maria.
				2074 (MSN 222-5292) w/o Oct 12, 1942 at Elmendorf Field, AK, condemned Oct 12, 1942
				2075 to reclamation Aug 14, 1945
				2076 crashed near Watershed Park, WA Apr 4, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2077 crashed into motor pool at Camp Granite, CA Aug 14, 1943.  Pilot killed
				2078 overshot landing and crashed McChord, WA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2079 (MSN 222-5297) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 12, 1944 at Alexai, AK, condemned Oct 24, 1944
				2080 (MSN 222-5298) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 22, 1943 at Longview, AK
				2082 crashed at Port Angeles, WA Dec 16, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2083 (MSN 222-5301) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jan 8, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed Jan 12, 1944
				2084 to RFC at San Bernardino Mar 17, 1945
				2085 (MSN 222-5303) W/O aPR 3, 1942 at Olympia Airport, WA, to CL-26 Apr 22, 1942
				2086 crashed at Olympia, WA Jun 13, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2087 surveyed Sep 2, 1944
				2088 in accident at Ellington Field, Texas Sep 20, 1943.  
				2089 salvaged May 29, 1945
				2090 crashed in fog at Paine Field, WA Apr 2, 1942
				2091 (MSN 222-5309) w/o Jun 27, 1943 at Fort Glen, AK, condemned Jun 27, 1942
				2092 (MSN 222-5310) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 29, 1944 in Alaska, condemned Dec 29, 1944
				2093 (MSN 222-5311) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 15, 1944 at Santa Cruz Island, CA
				2094 (55th FG, 338th FS) crashed on takeoff from Port Angeles, WA Jan 14, 1943
				2095 to reclamation at Lemoore AAF, CA Apr 1, 1946
				2096 condemned Jun 15, 1942
				2097 (MSN 222-53150 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 21, 1943 at Salinas AAB, CA, surveyed Dec 22, 1943
41-2098/2099		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5316/5317.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
				2098 (8th PRS) crashed in NE New Guinea Sep 14, 1942. Pilot KIA.
					Condemned Oct 31, 1944.  SOC Jan 9, 1945
				2099 salvaged Feb 12, 1942.  SOC Jan 17, 1946
41-2100/2120		Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5318/5338.  Model 222-62-09
				2100 (MSN 222-5318) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 25, 1943 at Lake Elsinore, CA, surveyed May 2, 1943
				2101 condemned Apr 14, 1943
				2102 (MSN 222-5320) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 30, 1943 at Blythe, CA
				2103 to reclamation Feb 27, 1946
				2104 to reclamation at Burbank, CA Feb 31, 1946
				2105 (MSN 222-5323) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 9, 1943 at King City AAB, CA, surveyed Nov 11, 1943
				2107 (MSN 222-5325) w/o Oct 21, 1942 at San Mateo, CA
				2108 (329th FG, 337th FS) crashed on takeoff at Muroc AAB, CA Jan 9, 1943.
				2109 (MSN 222-5327) w/o Jul 12, 1942 at McChord Field, WA
				2110 (MSN 222-5328) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Banning, CA
				2111 (MSN 222-5329) w/o Ap 21, 1943 in Long Island Sound, CT
				2112 (MSN 222-5330) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 3, 1944 at Massacre Bay, AK
				2113 (MSN 222-5331) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/p Mar 27, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2114 (MSN 222-5332) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Feb 14, 1943 at Muroc, CA
				2117 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 4th AF) in forced landing at La Cienga Sonora, Mexico Aug 1, 1942.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				2118 (MSN 222-5336) w/o Sep 24, 1942 at San Francisco Airport, CA
				2119 (329th FG, 332nd FS) crashed at Muroc AAB, CA Jan 21, 1943
41-2121/2156		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5339/5374.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO.
				2121 to French.  SOC Dec 5, 1946
				2122 to RAAF as A55-3 8/1943.  Damaged Dec 10, 1943 in belly landing at Batchelor, N.T. and
					heavily damaged.  Apparently aircraft caught fire and burnt out following its crash.
					Acquired by Darwin Aviation Museum, Batchelor, N.T..
				2123 (8th PRS, "Fainting Flozzie II") crashed near 12 Mile Drome,
					New Guinea Nov 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2124 MIA Aug 25, 1942
				2125 (8th PRS) crashed at Misiama Island Jul 27, 1942.
					Pilot killed.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2126 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2127 condemned Nov 1943
				2128 wrecked in landing accident at Lowry Field Apr 4, 1942
				2129 (MSN 222-5347) (9th PRS, 3rd PRG) lost Jul 17, 1943, Burma.  MACR 203
				2130 (8th PRS, "Malaria Mabel") condemned in Australia May 9, 1944
				2131 crashed east of Brinkley, AR Mar 24, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2132 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2133 (MSN 222-5351) w/o Mar 3, 1944 at Shawnee, OK
				2134 (3rd PRG) lost Jan 8, 1943.  MACR 14573
				2135 salvaged Oct 23, 1942
				2136 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2137 (6th PRG, 8th PRS, "Hellapoppin Hepcat") MIA Jun 26, 1943 on mission to Rabaul, New
					Britain.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 16410
				2138 (MSN 222-5356) w/o Aug 4, 1943 at Ondal, India, condemned Aug 6, 1942
				2139 (8th PRS, "Pouting Peggy") salvaged Sep 26, 1944
				2140 MIA Mar 16, 1943
				2141 condemned Dec 6, 1942
				2142 condemned Jun 2, 1944
				2143 condemned Jul 2, 1944
				2144 condemned Feb 8, 1944
				2145 MIA Sep 29, 1944
				2146 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2147 condemned Jun 30, 1943
				2148 salvaged May 23, 1945
				2149 wrecked in Wagonmound, NM Jul 6, 1942.
				2150 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2151 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2152 wrecked near Peterson Field, CO Mar 21, 1943.  Crashed near Ellicott,
					CO and was assigned to 10th PRS. Port engine caught fire.  Pilot parachuted safely from the
					burning plane.
				2153 wrecked at Spokane, WA Apr 22, 1942.
				2154 surveyed Jan 5, 1945
				2155 (MSN 222-5373) w/o Ju 23, 1943 at Woodruff, UT, condemned Jul 30, 1942
				2156 loaned to RAAF (*Leaping Lizzie*) from 8/1943 until end of 1943.  Did not get RAAF serial number.
					Condemned Apr 26, 1944.
41-2157			Lockheed F-5A-2-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5375.  SModel 222-62-16.  Unarmed photo-reconnaissance aircraft.  Was originally a P-38E 
					redesignated F-5A-2 Jun 27, 1942.  Surveyed Jan 8, 1944. 
41-2158/2171		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5376/5389.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
				2158 to RAAF as A55-1 in 8/1943. Starboard undercarriage collapsed 
					on landing at Coumalie Creek, NT Sep 2, 1944.  Caught fire and burned out after
					crash.  Converted to components.
				2159 to RAAF as A55-2 11/142.  Crashed 2mi W of Livingstone, N.T. Nov 20, 1942. Pilot killed.
				2160 salvaged Jul 9, 1945
				2161 crashed Turkahead Mtn, CO May 17, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2162 (MSN 222-5380) w/o Jan 16, 1944 at Geary, OK
				2163 (MSN 222-5381) w/o Jan 12, 1943 in Agartala area, India.
				2164 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 15, 1945
				2165 salvaged Feb 20, 1943
				2166 wrecked at Salina, KS Nov 11, 1942
				2167 condemned Jan 21, 1944
				2168 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 5, 1943
				2169 lost Jan 18, 1945. MACR 12410
				2170 to reclamation at Hill Field Mar 20, 1946
				2171 wrecked at Pinon, CO Oct 20, 1942
41-2172			Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5390. Model 222-62-09 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 15, 1943 at March Field, CA, surveyed May 18, 1943
41-2173/2218		Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5391/5436
				2173 condemned Jun 30, 1943
				2174 diverted to France Mar 9, 1943
				2175 condemned Mar 31, 1943
				2176 condemned Apr 6, 1943
				2177 lost May 21, 1943.  MACR 12279.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2178 (MSN 222-5396) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jun 15, 1943 at Kweilin AB, China, condemned Jun 15, 1943
				2179 redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 18, 1943 at Cimmaron Field, OK, to CL-26 at Will Rogers Field Nov 19, 1943
				2180 salvaged Jul 5, 1943
				2181 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 3, 1943
				2182 (MSN 222-5400) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 16, 1943 at Peterson AAF, CO
				2183 force landed and wrecked Colorado Springs Jan 7, 1943
				2184 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2185 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Aug 3, 1945
				2186 surveyed Sep 7, 1944
				2187 condemned Nov 12, 1944
				2188 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jul 15, 1945
				2189 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 13, 1942
				2190 salvaged Jul 3,1944
				2191 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Dec 16, 1942
				2192 wrecked at St Matthews, KY Mar 3, 1942
				2193 (MSN 222-5411) W/o May 3, 1943 at Shoemaker, NMsurveyed May 3, 1943
				2194 (MSN 222-5412) w/o Jan 5, 1944 at Cox Field, TX, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs Jan 6, 1944
				2195 wrecked in emergency landing at Colorado Springs, CO Nov 21, 1942.
				2196 (MSN 222-5414) w/o Aug 14, 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO, to CL-26 at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 28, 1942
				2197 lost to AAA Jul 8, 1944
				2198 dove in at Colorado Springs, CO Aug 8, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2199 to reclamation at Will Rogers Field Jun 7, 1946
				2200 (MSN 222-5418) w/o May May 23, 1943 at Peterson AFB, CO.
				2201 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Sep 8, 1942
				2202 crashed on takeoff at Colorado Springs, CO Aug 8, 1942.  Pilot
					Lt. Edward J. Peterson survived crash but later died of
					injuries.  Peterson AFB in Colorado Springs is named in
					his honor.
				2203 surveyed Jun 21, 1948
				2204 (9th PRS) crashed near Chittagong, India Dec 2, 1943.
					Pilot killed.  Salvaged Dec 4, 1943
				2205 salvaged Mar 16, 1945.
				2206 salvaged Apr 26, 1945
				2207 wrecked at Colorado Springs, CO Nov 1, 1942
				2208 (MSN 222-5426) wrecked Nov 20, 1942 at Castle Rock, CO
				2209 (6th PRG, 8th PRS, "Alice the Goon") lost over Coral Sea
					Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1689.  Pilot KIA.  Salvaged Feb 8,1944
				2210 surveyed Jun 21, 1948
				2211 (MSN 222-5429) w/o Mar 22, 1943 at Hugo, CO
				2212 crashed at Colorado Springs, CO Mar 6, 1944.  Pilot killed
				2213 surveyed Jan 28, 1944
				2214 salvaged Oct 10, 1946
				2215 wrecked in emergency landing at Colorado Springs, Co Feb 5, 1943
				2216 salvaged Jan 17, 1943
				2217 salvaged in Australia Sep 26, 1944
				2218 condemned Jul 8, 1944
41-2219			Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5347.  Model 222-62-09
				2219 w/o Jul 10, 1942 at Cold Bay, AK, condemned Dec 11, 1943
41-2220			Lockheed F-4-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5438.  Originally ordered as P-38E, but completed as F-4-1-LO
				Loaned to RAAF 8/1943 until end of 1943.  Did not acquire RAAF serial number. Condemned
					Apr 26, 1944 and SOC Apr 9, 1946
41-2221/2292		Lockheed P-38E Lightning
				MSN 222-5439/5510.  Model 222-62-09
				2221 salvaged Oct 17, 1945
				2222 condemned Dec 31, 1943
				2223 to reclamation at Burbank Feb 1946
				2224 wrecked on Muroc bombing range May 2,1942
				2225 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 27, 1945
				2226 (OMSn 222-5444) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Apr 1, 1943 at Muretta, CA, condemned at March Field, CA Apr 3, 1943
				2227 condemned Jul 29, 1944
				2228 to reclamation in Spokane, WA Mar 27, 1945
				2229 condemned May 13, 1943
				2230 (MSN 222-5448) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Feb 3, 1943 at Muroc, CA, condemned Feb 20, 1943
				2231 surveyed May 5, 1944
				2232 (MSN 222-5450) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 24, 1944 at Alexai Point, AK, condemned May 30, 1944
				2233 wrecked at Olympia, WA Nov 10, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2234 pilot bailed out Dec 2, 1943, Olympia, WA Dec 2, 1943
				2235 (MSN 222-5453) w/o Jun 20, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26 Aug 28, 1942
				2236 (MSN 222-5454) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 3, 1944 at Massacre Bay, AK, condemned Dec 3, 1944
				2237 to CL-26 at Albuquerque, NM Oct 6, 1944
				2238 to reclamation Mar 31, 1946
				2239 salvaged Oct 10, 1945
				2240 (MSN 222-5458) w/o Sep 10, 1942 at Olympia Airport, WA, dropped from records Nov 28, 1942
				2241 to RFC at Santa Rosa, Ca Aug 1, 1945
				2242 (MSN 222-5460) w/o Oct 7, 1942 at Puget Sound, WA, condemned Aug 22, 1942
				2243 salvaged Oct 10, 1945
				2244 (MSN 222-5462) w/o Aug 21, 1943 at Puget Sound, WA, condemned Aug 22, 1942
				2245 (MSN 222-5463) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jul 8, 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA, surveyed Feb 24, 1945
				2246 to reclamation Mar 20, 146
				2247 hit truck on runway at Elmendorf AAF, AK Jun 3, 1942
				2248 crashed into Puget Sound Apr 4, 1942
				2249 condemned Oct 15, 1943
				2250 to RFC at Ontario, CA Apr 27, 1945
				2251 crashed after takeoff at Muroc AB Apr 13, 1943
				2252 condemned May 31,1943
				2253 crashed and burned at Olympia, WA Apr 31, 1942.
				2254 (MSN 222-5472) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Nov 11, 1942 at Corona, CA, condemned Nov 16, 1942
				2255 crashed and burned at Paine Field, WA Aug 23, 1943
				2256 (55th FG, 37th FS) wrecked at McChord Field, WA Jan 15, 1943.  To CL-26
				2257 force landed on mud flat off Paine Field, WA May 2, 1943.  To CL-26
				2258 (MSN 222-5476) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Dec 5, 1942 at Longview, AK.
				2259 (MSN 222-5477) w/o May 24, 1942 at Tubbs Island, CA, to CL-26
				2260 missing after flight from Portland AB, OR Mar 25, 1943
				2261 (MSN 222-5479) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 15, 1944 at Santa Cruz Island, CA.
				2262 (MSN 222-5480) W/o Jun 30, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA, to CL-26 Sep 7, 1942
				2263 condemned Jan 12, 1943
				2264 crashed 1 mi N of Hamilton Field, CA May 15, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2265 (MSN 222-5843) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o May 27, 1945 at Adak, AK, salvaged Jun 10, 1945
				2266 (55th FG, 37th FS) damaged in landing accident at Burns MAP, OR Jan 2, 1943.  To CL-26 
				2267 crashed at Pendelton AB, OR Feb 6, 1943.  Pilot killed
				2268 to reclamation at Albuquerque Jan 1, 1945
				2269 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 7, 1945. 
				2270 to CL-26 at Portland AB, OR Oct 9,1944
				2271 (MSM 222-5489) w/o Jun 15, 1942 at Puget Sound, WA, to CL-26 at McChord Aug 6, 1942
				2272 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Nov 16, 1942
				2273 condemned Dec 31, 1943
				2274 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA May 11, 1942
				2275 (MSN 222-5493) w/o Apr 1, 194 at Muroc, CA, to CL-26 at Curtiss-Wright Tech Institute, CA Jun 29, 1942
				2276 lost Nov 28, 1942 on flight from Alaska to Everett's Paine Field in WA.
					Pilot probably killed. Plane was condemned Dec 3, 1943, reported as 
					scrapped Dec 31, 1943.  The wreck was discovered in 1998 located
					on Mount Baker, WA in the North Cascades.
				2277 to RFC at Ontario, CA Oct 31, 1945
				2278 (MSN 222-5496) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942. w/o Mar 9, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Mar 14, 1943
				2279 (MSN 222-5497) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Mar 9, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at San Bernardino, CA Mar 14, 1943
				2280 (MSN 222-5498) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Sep 23, 1943 at Muroc, CA.
				2281 wrecked near Tumwater, WA Dec 6, 1942
				2282 (MSN 222-5500) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942.  W/o Jun 10, 1944 at Santa Rosa, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa, CA Jun 11, 1944
				2283 (MSN 222-5501) w/o Jul 9, 1942 at Paine Field, WA, condemned Jul 10, 1942
				2284 surveyed at New Orleans Sep 20, 1945
				2285 (MSN 222-5503) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA, to CL-26 Jun 25, 1942
				2286 (MSN 222-5504) redesignated RP-38E Oct 22, 1942. W/o Mar 5, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed at Salania SSB May 13, 1944
				2287 wrecked at Burns, OR Dec 3, 1942
				2288 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 7, 1945
				2289 wrecked at Atka Island, AK Nov 30, 1942
				2290 crashed near Black Boint, CA May 28, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2291 wrecked at Paine Field, WA Oct 5, 1942.
				2292 (MSN 222-5510) w/o Jun 8, 1942 at San Diego, CA
41-2293/2321		Lockheed P-38F Lightning
				MSN 222-5511/5539.  Model 222-60-09
				2293 wrecked during test flight  near Springfield, OH Apr 16, 1942
				2294 (MSN 222-5512) w/o Nov 167, 1942 at Glendale, CA, condemned Nov 20, 1942
				2295 crashed after flat spin Reno AAB, NV Feb 12, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2296 (MSN 222-5514) w/o Mar 6, 1944 at Goleta NAS, CA, surveyed at Santa Maria AAF, CA Mar 7, 1944
				2297 wrecked at Muroc AB, CA Aug 13, 1943
				2298 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 22, 1945
				2299 surveyed at San Bernardino Aug 24, 1943
				2300 (MSN 222-5518) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Battle Mt. Park, OR, condemned Nov 12, 1942
				2301 to CL-26 at McClellan Field Jun 24, 1943
				2302 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
				2303 crashed at March Field May 27, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2304 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 16, 1945
				2305 (MSN 222-5523) w/o Jul 8, 1944 at Williams, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa AAF, CA Jul 8, 1944
				2306 crashed and burned Olympia, WA Jul 25, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2307 (MSN 222-5525) w/o Aug 20, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA
				2308 (474th FG, 428th FS) crashed into desert 6 mi N of Lancaster, CA
					Nov 30, 1943 during high speed dive.  Pilot killed, plane surveyed Dec 1, 1943
				2309 in midair collision with P-40E near Olympia, WA Dec 2, 1942.  1 killed.
				2310 wrecked at McChord AAF, WA Sep 16, 1942
				2311 surveyed at San Bernardino Aug 6, 1942
				2312 wrecked at Olympia, WA Aug 22, 1942
				2313 (MSN 222-5531) wrecked in runway collision at North Island May 15, 1942, repaired.  W/o Aug 30, 1942 at
					Coronado Island, CA
				2314 wrecked at Mitchel Field, NY May 2, 1942.  To CL-26
				2315 (MSN 222-5533) wrecked Sep 18, 1942 in San Francisco Bay, CA and surveyed Jan 20, 1943
				2316 (MSN 222-5534) w/o Jul 11, 1944 at Orcutt, CA, surveyed Jul 12, 1942
				2317 crashed and burned at Black Point N of Hamilton Field Jun 4, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2318 condemned Jul 28, 1943
				2319 (MSN 222-5537) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Lake Elsinore, CA, surveyed at March Field Feb 27, 1943
				2320 (MSN 222-5538) w/o Aug 6y, 1944 at Cotati, CA, surveyed at Santa Rosa Aug 7, 1944
41-2322			Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5540.  Model 222-60-15
				2322 condemned Dec 1, 1944 and SOC Dec 10, 1944
41-2323/2358		Lockheed P-38F-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5541/5576.  Model 222-60-09
				2323 hit tow target and crashed during air-to-air gunnery SW of Benjamin
					Lake, OR Oct 23, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				2324 hit tow target and crashed during air-to-air gunnery near NAAS Camp
					Kearney Apr 18, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				2325 (MSN 222-5543) w/o Sep14, 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA, surveyed Sep 23, 1944
				2326 (MSN 222-5544) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Mattle Mt. Park, OR, condemned Nov 12, 1942
				2327 (MSN 222-5545) w/o Mar 22, 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA, surveyed Apr 16, 1944
				2328 taxiied into another aircraft and burned May 16, 1942.
				2329 (MSN 222-5547) w/o Aug 9, 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA.
				2330 (MSN 222-5548 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Betteravia, CA, surveyed Oct 23, 1943
				2331 (MSN 222-5549) w/o Dec 31, 1943 at Chular, CA, to CL-26 at Salanis AB, CA Jan 1, 1944
				2332 (MSN 222-5550) w/o Apr 13, 1943 at Muroc, CA, condemned Sep 17, 1943
				2333 in midair collision 1/4 mi NE of NAAS Camp Kearney, CA Apr 18, 1942.  Pilot killed
				2334 (MSN 222-5552) w/o Nov 13, 1943 at Salinas AAB, CA, surveyed Dec 17, 1943
				2335 to CL-26 Jul 27, 1942
				2336 collided with 41-2072 over Dawson Canyon, CA Feb 14, 1943.
					Pilot bailed out successfully, 2072 landed safely.
				2337 crashed at Mills Field Sep 10, 1942
				2338 (MSn 222-5556) w/o Nov 29, 1943 at Van Nuys AAF, CA, surveyed Nov 30, 1943
				2339 (MSN 222-5557) w/o Aug 4, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA
				2340 condemned Dec 22, 1942
				2341 in taxi accident Sep 5, 1942, Mills Field.  To CL-26
				2342 (MSN 222-5560) w/o Aug 11, 1943 at Muroc, CA.
				2343 in crash landing Long Beach, CA Feb 25, 1945
				2344 to CL-26 Sep 10, 1942
				2345 (MSN 222-5563) wrecked at San Bernardino Jan 1, 1943, w/o Feb 4, 1943 at San Diego, CA
				2346 crashed in Pacific off North Island, CA Sep 13, 1942
				2347 in wheels-up landing Sep 20, 1943, MCClellan AAF
				2348 surveyed at San Bernardino AB May 10, 1943
				2349 engine caught fire 7 mi N of Mojave, CA Mar 5, 1943, pilot baled out
				2350 engine caught fire and crashed 1 mi W of Muroc AB, CA Aug 14, 1943
				2351 surveyed Aug 6, 1943
				2352 (MSN 222-5570) w/o Feb 13, 1944 at Oceano, CA.
				2353 crashed during single-engine lading at Metro Airport, Van Nuys, CA Nov 30, 1942
				2354 (MSN 222-5572) w/o Apr 1, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed Apr 7, 1943
				2355 (MSN 222-5573) w/o Jun 16, 1942 at Glendale, CA.
				2356 to RFC at Ontario, CA May 23, 1945
				2357 (MSN 222-5575) w/o Aug 21, 1942 at North Island NAS, CA, surveyed Oct 8, 1942
				2358 (MSN 222-5576) w/o Aug 25, 1943 at Muroc, CA, surveyed at Muroc AB Aug 27, 12943
41-2359/2361		Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5577/5579.  Model 222-60-15
				2359 condemned Dec 3, 1942
				2360 condemned Jul 9, 1944
				2361 condemned Sep 1, 1942
41-2362/2381		Lockheed F-4A-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5580/5599
				2362 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943
				2363 diverted to French ADO.  Photographed Apr 27, 1947 at Rocheford (Mechanics School base of
					Armée de l'Air. Was not the plane lost with novelist Antoine de St. Exupery (this was 42-68223)
				2364 salvaged Dec 9, 1945
				2365 diverted to French ADO Mar 9, 1943
				2366 condemned May 10, 1944
				2367 salvaged Feb 10, 1943
				2368 force landed due to engine fire Mar 14, 1942 near Parker, CO and damaged
					beyond repair
				2369 condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2370 wrecked at Sub Depot Colorado Springs, CO Nov 11, 1942
				2371 (3rd PRG) crashed in Africa Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1148
				2372 condemned Jul 2, 1944
				2373 condemned Jul 18,1944
				2374 salvaged Jan 31, 1943
				2375 crashed and burned Feb 24, 1942 Karvel, CO
				2376 to reclamation at Lowry Field Feb 13, 1946
				2377 wrecked Sep 7, 1942 near Bellfontaine, OH due to weather.  To CL-26
				2378 salvaged Dec 15, 1942
				2379 to reclamation at Colorado Springs, CO May 12, 1945
				2380 condemned Jul 8, 1944
				2381 surveyed Jul 27, 1942
41-2382/2386		Lockheed P-38F Lightning
				MSN 222-5600/5604.  Model 222-60-09
				2382 (MSM 222-5600) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Amberley, Australia.  Condemned after accident Nov 9, 1942
				2383 (MSN 222-5601) w/o Mar 30, 1944 at Santa Maria, CA, surveyed Mar 21, 1944
				2384 (MSN 222-5602) w/o Nov 18, 1942 at El Cajon, Ca, surveyed Nov 24, 1942
				2385 crashed into ocean off San Clemente Island, CA May 27, 1942.
				2386 crashed and exploded Muroc AB, CA Feb 23, 1942
41-2387			Lockheed P-38F-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-5605. Model 222-60-15
				MIA Dec 11, 1942
41-2388/2392		Lockheed P-38F Lightning
				MSN 222-5606/5610.  Model 222-60-09
				2388 to CL-26 with Kirtland Tech School Jan 31, 1946
				2389 wrecked at Oakland, CA Jul 7, 1942
				2390 wrecked Burbank, CA Apr 27, 1942
				2391 wrecked at Tubbs Island, CA May 22, 1942 after right engine failed
				2392 to reclamation at Ontario, CA Mar 17, 1945
41-2393/2669		Boeing B-17E Fortress
				MSN 2204/2480.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne (FORTLOG) and Stewart Lanham
					Production changes: Sperry remote turret. On airplanes 41-2393/41-2504 inclusive, provision 
					made for interchangeability with the spherical turret.
				2393 (MSN 2204) ) First flight Boeing Field, Seattle, WA 5Sep41. Wright Field, Dayton, OH. 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 10Oct41. 96th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Langley Field, 
					Hampton, VA 28Dec41. NAS Argentia, Newfoundland 8Jan42
					Wrecked at Newfoundland APT Jan 9, 1942 in collision with snowbank.  Salvaged
				2394 (MSN 2205) Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 2Dec41. March Field, Riverside, CA 18Dec41. 
					Sixth Air Force, Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 4Mar42. 322nd Bomb Squadron, 
					91st Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 25May42. Departed MacDill Field to 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 22Jun42. Walla Walla Field, WA 26Jun42. Pendleton Field, OR 3Aug42. 
					Hill Field, Ogden, UT 2Sep42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 9Oct42. Midwest Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 6Feb43. 
					87th School Squadron, Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 6Jul43. Damaged landing in a collision with 
					B-17E 41-9046 at Hendricks Field 7Jul43.  To RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.  Scrapped.  Hangar Queen
				2395 (MSN 2206) Materiel Command, Flying Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH 20Oct41.
					condemned Jan 19, 1942 and used as static test aircraft and then surveyed Oct 12, 1942
				2396 (MSN 2207) (Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 1Dec41. 7th Air Force, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. 
					Accident when ground looped taking off from Hickam Field 4Apr42. 72nd Bomb Squadron, 
					5th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 18Sep42. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, 
					New Hebrides. Flown to Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 3Oct42. 
					Took off from Henderson Field armed with twenty 100 pound bombs on a mission against a 
					Japanese airfield at Buka, Bougainville, New Guinea 5Oct42. Inbound to the target, the formation 
					encountered a fierce electrical storm and could not find the target. The pilot of this plane turned 
					to an alternative target at Rekata Bay, Solomon Islands. He dropped down to 2,000 feet after 
					releasing the bombs and let his gunners strafe the area. The Japanese gunners returned fire 
					and shot out the No.1 engine. The plane returned safely to Henderson Field. The aircraft 
					took off from Henderson Field on a flight bound for Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides for repairs 7Jan43. 
					During the flight the aircraft was flying near San Cristobal, Solomon Islands when No.2 engine 
					failed and the propeller feathered. Then No.1 engine began to lose oil and shortly after No.3 began 
					to misfire. Returning to Guadalcanal, the pilot was unable to maintain altitude. When the No.1 engine 
					lost all oil, the propeller could not be feathered.  
					Ditched off San Cristobal due to engine failure Jan 7, 1943.  Condemned Jul 15, 1944
				2397 (MSM 2208) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 2Dec41. Seventh Air Force, Hawaii 1Jun42. 
					431st Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 25Oct42, 26th Bomb Squadron, 
					11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. Condemned 31Oct44. JOE BTFSPLK. Named for a Li’l Abner character
				2398 (MSN 2209) Materiel Command, Flying Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH 13Oct41.
					Cold Weather Testing Detachment, Ladd Field, Fairbanks, AK. 36th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, 
					Elmendorf Field, Anchorage, AK 1Mar42. Kodiak, AK 21Mar42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 21Apr42. Air Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 17Jul43. 
					2114th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. 
					Accident with B-17F 42-5161 taxying at Lockbourne AAB 29Jun44.  To RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945
				2399 (MSN 2210) Materiel Command, Flying Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Bailed to 
					Boeing, Seattle, WA for acceptance performance tests Nov41. Boeing Flight Test Laboratory, 
					Muroc Field, CA 1941-1943. Used for the testing of high altitude flight to and above 35,000ft by 
					Boeing in collaboration with the Aero Medical Laboratory at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. 
					Also at Osceola, WI and Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI. .  To RFC at Stillwater Sep 19, 1945. 
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.  NEMESIS OF AEROEMBOLISM
				2400 (MSN 2211) delivered to Douglas as model for production aircraft.  
					SOC Sep 30, 1944. To reclamation at Burbank, CA Mar 20, 1946
				2401 (MSN 2212) Aircraft had been divereted to Lockheed-Vega
					as a pattern for Lockheed-Vega built B-17E.  
					Converted to XB-38-VE with Allison V-1710 liquid-cooled engines.  
					first flight May 19, 1943.
					Wrecked Jun 16, 1943 near Tipton, CA after engine fire.  The pilots
					bailed out after pointing the aircraft to an uninhabited area.
					The pilot was killed when his parachute did not deploy, and
					the other crewmember was seriously injured when his parachute
					did not deploy properly.
				2402 (MSN 2213) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 20Nov41. 50th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH.
					Ditched during search and attack mission 40 mi S of Kauai Island, Hawaii Dec 27, 1941.  1 crew killled.
				2403 (MSN 2214) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 8Nov41. Ferried on the South Pacific 
					route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. 42nd Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 20Oct42. 
					26th Bomb Squadron. Thirteenth Air Force.  Ditched off Guadalcanal Jan 26, 1943, crew picked up by PBY 5 days later.  
					One of the passengers was the Thirteenth Air Force Commander, Brigadier General Nathan F. Twining.
					Plane officially condemned Jul 15, 1944
				2404 (MSN 2215) delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 24, 1944.  Assigned to 431st BS, 11th BG Mar 4, 1942.  Named "The Spider". 
					Ditched in Pacific Ocean Sep 12, 1942.  2 crew died of exposure, survivors rescued 7 days later.  
					Officially condemned Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 16547.  
				2405 (MSN 2216) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 24Nov41. March Field, Riverside, CA 18Dec41. 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA 11Jan42. Bolling Field, Washington, DC 29Nov42. Langley Field, 
					Hampton, VA 10Dec42. Middletown Air Depot, Middletown Field, PA 22Feb43. Langley Field, 
					Hampton, VA 6Mar43. Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY 8Jun43. MCAS Cherry Point, 
					Havelock, NC 5Jul43. Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY 11Jul43.  To RFC at Kingman Oct 9, 1945.
					 War Assets Administration. Sold to Wunderlich Contracting Company, Jefferson City, MO Jul46; scrapped.
				2406 (MSN 2217) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 26Nov41. 22nd Bomb Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group, Fort Douglas, Salt Lake City, UT Dec41. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, 
					Honolulu, TH 18Dec41. Departed Hickam Field 6Jan42 as the first of three aircraft on the inaugural 
					flight of a new trans-Pacific war-time ferry route for the Army Air Forces. From Honolulu and Palmyra 
					Atoll Northern Line Islands, the route took it via Christmas Island, Line Islands; Canton Island, 
					Phoenix Islands to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji; Plaines des Gaiacs airfield, Nouméa, New Caledonia; 
					RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD and Darwin, NT, Australia to Singosari airfield on the north coast of Java, 
					Netherlands East Indies, arriving Java 14Jan42. 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Singosari 
					airfield, Malang, Java. The bomber was one of eight on a mission to bomb a Japanese invasion force 
					making a landing at Balikpapan, Borneo 25Jan42. A large force of enemy fighters intercepted the bombers, 
					most of which suffered battle damage, and experienced bad weather that consumed more fuel than anticipated. 
					With fuel exhaustion, the pilot returned towards home base and made it as far as Madura Island, northeast 
					of Soerabaja, Java but was forced to crash land on a tidal mud flat near Bangkalan, Madura. The crew burned 
					their plane to prevent it from capture by the Japanese and was rescued. Officially condemned Oct 31, 1944
				2407 (MSN 2218) Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Boeing Flight Test Laboratory, Muroc Field, CA 1941-1943. 
					Used for the testing of high altitude flight to and above 35,000ft by Boeing in collaboration with the 
					Aero Medical Laboratory at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. Used for the high altitude flight test of flyers' personal equipment. 
					Test flight for the prototype of pressure breathing oxygen mask reached 42,900 feet on 1Nov42. Used for Randy Lovelace's 
					static line parachute drop from 40,200 feet during June 1943, which nearly killed him when his parachute popped 
					open and 33 G's of deceleration knocked him unconscious and dislodged the gloves from one hand resulting in frostbite. 
					A research team composed of men from Wright Field Aero Medical Laboratory, the Mayo Aero Medical Unit, and 
					University of Minnesota used the aircraft April 1944 to measure the parachute opening shock at 7,000ft up through 40,000ft. 
					They used 145lbs and 200lbs hard rubber dummies and a 145 lbs St. Bernard dog named "Major" that they
					purchased for $3 from the Dayton, OH dog pound. US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, 
					Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum. Reconstruction Finance Corporation. 
					Storage at Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 1Aug46. NEMESIS OF AEROEMBOLISM 
				2408 (MSN 2219) ) Accepted by USAAF at Boeing Field, Seattle, WA 29Oct41. 38th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation for overseas duty. The aircraft was part 
					of an unarmed flight that departed Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA bound for Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 6Dec41. 
					Was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941
					After three aborted landing attempts the pilot was forced to land after fuel exhaustion. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					Southern Bomb Group. Assigned to Naval Task Force 11 (TF-11), 9Feb42. Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 to Nadi, 
					Viti Levu, Fiji 14Feb42. Departed 18Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD, Australia 19Feb42. The aircraft took off from Garbutt Field on a mission against Rabaul,
					New Britain 23Feb42. Afterwards, landed at Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby with a left engine 
					fire damaged, the other disabled by battle damage and ran out of fuel taxying on the runway. 1
					4th Reconnaissance Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 14Mar42.
					Was one of the four planes used to evacuate General MacArthur from Philippines Mar 25, 1942.  
					40th Reconnaissance Squadron 21Apr42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 16May42. 4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD; overhauled and modified. 
					21st Troop Carrier Squadron, 374th Troop Carrier Group Sep42. 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Mareeba, QLD 28Nov42. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. Took off from 7 Mile 
					Drome as one of four B-17s on a night mission to Japanese airfield at Lakunai near Rabaul, New Britain 9Jun43. 
					Early the following morning the bomber reached the target area and saw search lights on the ground and anti-aircraft fire. 
					It was spotted by a Japanese Navy J1N1 Irving night fighter piloted by W/O Satoru Ono and shadowed for twenty 
					minutes then maneuvered into position for an attack from below and behind. As the bomber was on the bomb run 
					and released twenty 100 pound bombs, the night fighter opened fire and scored hits on the fuselage and right wing 
					then made a second firing pass. The second pass hit the No.3 engine disabling the supercharger and sheared off 
					nine inches of one of the propeller blades. One crew member sustained minor wounds from Plexiglas fragments. 
					Damaged, the B-17 went into a dive but was able to land safely at Dobodura airfield, New Guinea. 65th Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea Jul43. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group. {final combat mission Oct43}. 4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD Nov43. Converted as an 
					armed transport to drop supplies to forward Allied patrols in enemy territory. 46th Troop Carrier Squadron [97], 
					317th Troop Carrier Group, 54th Troop Carrier Wing, Fifth Air Force, Wards airfield (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea Nov43. Nadzab airfield, New Guinea 18Apr44. WFU and returned Australia Jul44. 4th Air Depot, 
					RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD. Salvaged in Brisbane, Australia 14Oct44.
				2409 (MSN 2220) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 12Jan41. 431st Bomb Squadron, 
					11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 30Jan42. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, 
					took off from Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel tank as one of ten B-17s on a flight to 
					Midway airfield, Eastern Island, Midway Atoll 31May42. Departed Midway airfield armed with 
					bombs and a bomb bay fuel tank on a patrol mission to bomb the Japanese fleet 4Jun42. 
					The formation of fifteen bombers divided into five elements of three bombers. Flying westward 
					towards a group of transports, the formation was instructed by radio to change course to attack 
					the carrier force spotted by a PBY Catalina roughly 145 miles northwest of Midway Atoll.
					Encountering thick clouds between 1,000 feet and 18,000 feet, the formation climbed to 18,000 feet 
					above the weather. Arriving over the area where the carriers were spotted, the B-17s circled for nearly 
					forty minutes before the carriers were spotted as the elements attacked individually. During the bombing 
					run, this element experienced intense anti-aircraft fire. A fragment exploded the co-pilot's cockpit window. 
					Returning to Midway, it was intercepted by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters but landed safely at 
					Midway airfield. Returned to Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 10Jun42. Operated from Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides flying missions over the Solomon Islands and Guadalcanal Aug42. 
					Battle damaged during a routine search mission over the Solomon Islands 25Oct42 (1KIA). 
					The crew spotted a portion of the Japanese task force northeast of Sewart Island (Sikaiana) and 
					shadowed the force radioing their position. Intercepted by six Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters, 
					the pilot tried to evade them by flying in and out of clouds. Gunfire from one Zero hit the nose killing the 
					bombardier who was on his first mission; he was firing the nose gun at the same Zero and claimed to 
					cause it to explode at the same instant that he was fatally hit. Crashed while landing at Henderson
					 Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 25Nov42. SOC 20Sep43. OLD MAID.
				2410 (MSN 2221) delivered Salt Lake Strategic Air Depot Jan 12, 1941; assigned to March Dec 28, 1941; 
					transferred to Langley Jan 11, 1942; transferred 
					to Jacksonville, FL May 9, 1942; transferred to Presque Is Mar 29, 1943; transferred to Occident May 11, 1943; 
					transferred to Mitchell Jun-43; transferred to Smoky Hill Jun 3, 1944; transferred to San Bernadino Dec 13, 1945; 
					reclaimed as scrap Apr 30, 1946.
				2411 (MSN 2222) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 10Oct41. Sixth Air Force 20Dec41.
					 Panama Canal Zone 25Dec41. Flown to Guatemala City, Guatemala 15Apr42. 6th Bomb Group. Flown to 
					Sacramento Air Depot 22Apr42; returned to Guatemala 30Jun42. Flown again to Sacramento Air 
					Depot 22Jul42; returned to Guatemala 18Aug42. Flown to Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 20Nov42; 
					returned to Guatemala 5Dec42. Took off from Guatemala City, Guatemala before dawn and crashed 
					on takeoff 21Jan43. The entire crew was unhurt in the crash. Salvaged. OLD MISS II.
				2412 (MSN 2223) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 10Nov41. Sixth Air Force 25Dec41. 
					San Antonio Air Depot, TX 21Mar42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 4Oct42. Returned to US. 
					4136th Base Unit (Oklahoma City Air Technical Service Command), Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 
					3Aug44 to RFC at Arledge Field, Stamford TX Nov 13, 1944.
				2413 (MSN 2224) delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 38th RS, 19th BG.  Plane was one of the planes that arrived over 
					Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.  42nd Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, 
					Honolulu, TH 30Dec42. Took off from Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands on 
					a mission to a Japanese airfield at Kahili, Buin, southern Bougainville 13Apr43. Returning, this 
					B-17 ditched off Santa Isabel, Solomon Islands. The crew was rescued by a US Navy PBY Catalina. SOC 11Jun44. LUCKY 13.
				2414 (MSN 2225) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 9Nov41.  
					Destroyed on ground by fire at Salt Lake City Field Nov 12, 1941
				2415 (MSN 2226) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 28Nov41. Ferried on the South Pacific route 
					to Hickam Field, Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. 
					31st Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 10Nov42. Took off from Bomber 1 airfield 
					(Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides armed with twenty 100 pound fragmentation bombs as 
					one of six B-17s on a bombing mission against a Japanese airfield at Munda, New Georgia 16Dec42 
					Arriving over the target the formation was spotted by Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters but they did not engage. 
					After the bomb run, the B-17s were intercepted by twelve A6M Zeros. The pilot jettisoned the bombs and 
					bomb bay fuel tank and dropped out of formation. Believed to have been damaged by anti-aircraft fire 
					and crashed into the Pacific Ocean. 9 MIA.  War Bond aircraft. CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO. 
					Purchased by donations from citizens of San Francisco, CA.  Also listed as shot down during Battle of Midway Jun 5, 1942.
				2416 (MSN 22270 delivered Salt Lake Strategic Air Depot Nov 28, 1941.  
					Assigned to 88th RS, 7th BG, then 19th BG, 40th RS.  Was one of the planes that 
					arrived over Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941. slightly damaged by Japanese strafing and landed at Kuhuku golf course.
					Transferred to 88th RS, 19th BG, then to 7th BG.   Damaged at Townsville,
					Australia Feb 22, 1942 when collided with 41-2434.  *San Antonio Rose * staged through Batchelor Field to 
					Del Monte Philippines on bombing sortie against Japanese landings at Legaspi Mar 1942. Eventualy used 
					as hangar queen in Australia.  WFU at Brisbane Jan 31, 1944.  SAN ANTONIO ROSE – artwork of a Mexican girl
					2417 (MSN 2228) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT. Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan 
						Field, CA 19Nov41. 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Douglas, Salt Lake City, UT Dec41. 
						Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation for overseas duty. This aircraft took off from 
						Hamilton Field on a ferry flight bound for Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 12Dec41 but aborted 
						for unknown reasons and returned to Hamilton Field. One of six B-17Es from the 7th Bomb 
						Group which took off from Hamilton Field on a ferry flight to Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 18Dec41.
						Departed Hickam Field 6Jan42 as the first of three aircraft on the inaugural flight of a new 
						trans-Pacific war-time ferry route for the Army Air Forces. From Honolulu and Palmyra Atoll 
						Northern Line Islands, the route took it via Christmas Island, Line Islands; Canton Island, 
						Phoenix Islands to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji; Plaines des Gaiacs airfield, Nouméa, New Caledonia; 
						RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia. The aircraft took off from Batchelor Field, near Darwin, NT 
						leading a formation of Curtiss P-40 Warhawks to Java, Netherlands East Indies in the face of a 
						typhoon 19Feb42. Bad weather forced the P-40s to abort the flight but the B-17 proceeded alone. 
						With bad weather over Java, the pilot headed for Denpasar airfield on Bali, unaware it has just been 
						captured by the Japanese. Finding the runway covered with barricades, he lowered the landing gear 
						and flew over at 500 feet for identification and indicate his desire to land. The aircraft was hit by 
						machine gun fire in the fuselage and wounded the tail gunner in the foot. Under attack, the pilot 
						immediately raised the landing gear and applied full power, climbing away to safety. Realising that 
						the gunner was in a bad way, the pilot hedge hopped under the clouds through the misty hills and 
						mountains and successfully landed at Soerabaja, east Java. While taxying, all four engines quit as the 
						bomber had run out of fuel. With the fall of Bali to the Japanese, this was the last B-17 to successfully 
						reach Java. 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Singosari airfield, Malang, Java. Battle damaged 
						on a mission to a Japanese invasion force landing about 100 miles west of Soerabaja, Java 1Mar42. 
						The plane carried out three runs over the invasion force while being shot at by anti-aircraft fire. 
						Returning to land at Madioen, East Java, the pilot discovered that the tail wheel had been disabled 
						but landed without incident. When the Dutch started to destroy the airfield, the crew rigged a wooden 
						tail skid braced with cable. Evacuated from Java and flown to Darwin, NT, Australia 2Mar42. 
						After landing, the tail skid was found to be in good order and the plane took off for another safe landing 
						at Melbourne, NSW. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Sydney, NSW, Australia 28Mar42. 
						Charleville, QLD 15Jun42.. Force landed on Cape York, Queensland, Australia roughly fifteen miles
						northeast of the Mitchell River Mission 5Jul42. It crash landed on Umbaladey Station near Shelfo. 
						The B-17 was repaired and all excess weight including gun turrets were removed and it took off from 
						an improvised cleared runway Sep42. {final combat mission 11Jul43}. Assigned to 5th Bomber Command Jul43. 
						During 1944, this B-17 served as a transport aircraft in bare metal finish and the top turret and lower 
						turret removed. Used as a personal transport by US Army General Clements McMullen, Fifth Air Force 
						Service Command who nicknamed the bomber "Nancy" after his wife. Salvaged Manila, Philippines 9Jun46. 
						MONKEY BIZZ-NESS in red with white outline with the nose art of a monkey holding a bottle in one hand 
						and an ax in the other hand and a bomb between the legs. Painted by Sgt Ernie Vandal. NANCY. Named after the wife of General Clements McMullen painted in cursive
				2418 (MSN 2229) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 26Nov41. 25th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group, 
					25Dec41. Panama Canal Zone 1Jun42. Puerto Rico 11Jul42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 10Aug42. 
					Returned to US. Brownsville Field, TX 3Oct42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 8Jan43. Albrook Field, 
					Panama City, Panama Canal Zone 14Jan43. Mid-air collision at Guayaquil, Ecuador 17May43. SOC 26Jun46
					Also listed as being destroyed on ground at Bandoeng, Java Feb 20, 1942. 
				2419 (MSN 2230) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 20Nov41. 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, 
					Fort Douglas, Salt Lake City, UT Dec41. Ferried to Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 18Dec41. Departed Hickam Field 6Jan42 
					as the first of three aircraft on the inaugural flight of a new trans-Pacific war-time ferry route for the 
					Army Air Forces. From Honolulu and Palmyra Atoll Northern Line Islands, the route took it via Christmas Island, 
					Line Islands; Canton Island, Phoenix Islands to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji; Plaines des Gaiacs airfield, 
					Nouméa, New Caledonia; RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD and Darwin, NT, Australia to Singosari airfield 
					on the north coast of Java, Netherlands East Indies, arriving Java 14Jan42. 22nd Bomb Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group, Singosari airfield, Malang, Java. Crashed when skidded on wet grass and overshot 
					on landing at Palembang, Sumatra 22Jan42. Salvaged for usable parts then abandoned with the 
					engines, tail and left wing removed. The remains were captured by the Japanese Army 
					when they occupied Sumatra.  Officially w/o Jan 9, 1945.
				2420 (MSN 2231) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 17Nov41. Sacramento Strategic Air 
					Depot 20Nov41. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. 42nd Bomb Squadron, 
					11th Bomb Group, 15Dec41. Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 22Jul42. It was one of four B-17s that 
					took off from Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands on a mission against 
					Japanese shipping off Shortland Island and Tonolei Harbor 24Sep42. Over the target area, 
					approximately twenty Japanese Zeros made determined attacks against the formation from the 
					front and both beams. Despite the attacks, this B-17 dropped its bombs on a cargo vessel, 
					which they claimed "took on a decided list" indicating it might have been hit. Damaged this a
					ircraft was last seen descending, smoking with fighters pursuing it. Flying at sea level, it managed 
					to reach the north coast of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands and ditched into Domo Cove occupied by Japanese forces.  
					Crew executed by Japanese.  MACR 15098.
					The 61st US Navy Seabees located the B-17 29Jan44. Two days later, divers explored the wreckage 
					and found no indication of a fire aboard, but noted bullet holes in the fuselage, and discovered four 
					parachutes inside. The tail gunner's section was badly burnt. An explosion rear of the wings 
					had broken the fuselage. The right wing was broken off at the body with only a small fragment intact. 
					The engines were intact but between No.1 and No.2 engines on the left wing was a large hole. 
					Two engines had been feathered. The rear fuselage and tail were salvaged by US Navy Seabees 
					and dragged ashore 31Jan44. The wreckage of this B-17 rests in about 60 feet of water on a sandy 
					bottom off Domo Cove (Ndomo). All the engines are intact on the plane, the nose compartment is 
					collapsed but the cockpit is still in good condition with the pilot's seat and top turret intact. 
					Other wreckage is scattered in the vicinity. The ball turret rests in the sand behind the fuselage. BESSIE THE JAP BASHER
				2421 (MSN 2232) Accepted by USAAF 17Nov41. Salt Lake City AAB, UT Strategic Air Depot 26Nov41. 
					14th Reconnaissance Squadron, Southern Bomb Group. Assigned to Naval Task Force 11 (TF-11), 9Feb42. 
					Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 14Feb42. Departed 18Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, 
					New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 19Feb42. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group 14Mar42. 40th Reconnaissance Squadron 21Apr42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 16May42. Damaged during a combat mission from 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea to Lae and Salamaua, New Guinea 9Jun42. 
					The top turret malfunctioned, rotating out of control, firing caused damage to the tail and shot the rudder in two. 
					The pilot jettisoned the bombs and returned to Port Moresby. Departed from Coen airfield, Cape York 
					Peninsula, QLD on a flight bound for Horn Island airfield, QLD 16Jul42. Aboard were five US Army 
					passengers from the 104th Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Automatic Weapons) Battalion plus a salvage crew 
					and replacement parts including landing gear, propeller blades, brake assembly and tools to repair 
					B-17E 41-2633 that was damaged 4Jul42. While attempting to land in windy conditions near dark, pilot 
					was lining up to land on the wrong side of a flare path. Realizing the error, the pilot attempted a go-around 
					at low level. A wing tip dug into the ground and the B-17 cart wheeled into the nearby scrub killing everyone 
					aboard on impact (19KIS). Salvaged 31Oct44. Until at least 1980, remains of this B-17 were extant on 
					Horn Island (Ngurapai) including an undercarriage leg
				2422 (MSN 2233) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 24Nov41. 3rd Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb
					Group, 27Feb42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 15May42. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX 25Jul42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 19Aug42. Howard Field, Panama Canal 
					Zone, Jan43. Crash landed David Field, Panama Canal Zone 14Jul43 (4KIA:8RTD). Salvaged 5Aug43
				2423 (MSN 2234) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 28Nov41. March Field, Riverside, CA 18Dec41. 
					7th Bomb Group. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					for preparation for overseas duty 25Dec41. Crashed on landing at MacDill Field 5Jan42. With 
					structural failure, some of the crew bailed out near Clewiston, FL. After touchdown, the aircraft 
					veered off the runway and came to rest on fire. No casualtie.  Salvaged.
				2424 (MSN 2235) delivered Salt Lake SAD Dec 1, 1941, transferred to 6AF in Panama Dec 27, 1941; transferred to Guatamala 
					Sep 10 to Apr 15, 1942; RETUS to Tinker Jun 15, 1942; transferred to RFC (sold for scrap) at Altus, OK Aug 20, 1945.
				2425 (MSN 2236) delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 26, 1941; transferred to 5AF, Panama Dec 30, 1941; transferred to Guatamala 
					Apr 15, 1942; transferred to Panama Nov 23, 1942; RETUS Tinker Jul 22, 1944; . 4136th Base Unit (Oklahoma 
					City Air Technical Service Command), Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 22Jul44.  .Transferred to RFC 
					at Kirtland, Albuquerque, NM Aug 2, 1945. . War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2426 (MSN 2237) (11th BG, 431st BS) MIA on recon flight over Northern Solomon Islands Aug 7, 1942.  
					Also listed as to Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 16Nov41. Ferried on the 
					South Pacific route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 431st Bomb Squadron, 
					11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. Thirteenth Air Force. Fifth Air Force Aug43. 
					Returned to US 12Feb44. 2137th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL.  to Reconstruction Finance Corporation. SOC 31Dec45..
				2427 (MSN 2238) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 25Nov41. 9th Bomb Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / 
					India route, arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java on 28Jan42. Destroyed when strafed 
					and set on fire by Japanese fighters while parked at Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 3Feb42. 
					Loaded with 4,800lbs of demolition bombs, the bomber exploded. Salvaged. SOC 31Oct44..
				2428 (MSN 2239) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 26Nov41. Ferried on the South 
					Pacific route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 98th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb 
					Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, took off from 
					Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel tank as one of ten B-17s on a flight to Midway airfield, 
					Eastern Island, Midway Atoll 31May42. Departed Midway airfield armed with bombs and a bomb 
					bay fuel tank on a patrol mission to bomb the Japanese fleet 4Jun42. The formation of fifteen bombers 
					divided into five elements of three bombers. Flying westward towards a group of transports, 
					the formation was instructed by radio to change course to attack the carrier force spotted by a 
					PBY Catalina roughly 145 miles northwest of Midway Atoll. Encountering thick clouds between 
					1,000 feet and 18,000 feet, the formation climbed to 18,000 feet above the weather. Arriving 
					over the area where the carriers were spotted, the B-17s circled for nearly forty minutes
					before the carriers were spotted as the elements attacked individually. During the bombing run, 
					this element experienced intense anti-aircraft fire. Returning to Midway, it was intercepted by 
					Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters but landed safely at Midway airfield. Returned to Hickam 
					Field, Honolulu, TH 10Jun42. Operated from Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, 
					New Hebrides flying missions over the Solomon Islands and Guadalcanal Aug42. 42nd Bomb 
					Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 26Oct42. The aircraft took off from 
					Palikulo Field on a mission over the northern Solomon Islands 28Dec42. Believe to have crashed 
					in the sea off Choiseul Island, Solomon Islands (9MIA). “OLE” “SH’ASTA”..  
				2429 (MSM 2240) Accepted by USAAF 29Nov41. Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 30Nov41.
					88th Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation
					for overseas duty. The aircraft was part of an unarmed flight that departed Hamilton Field, 
					San Rafael, CA bound for Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 6Dec41.   
					Arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941. Departed Hickam Field 
					10Feb42 via Christmas Island and Canton Island 11Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 12Feb42. 
					Departed 17Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Archerfield, Brisbane, 
					QLD, Australia 18Feb42 as a weather diversion. To RAAF Amberley, Ipswich, QLD 19Feb42, 
					arriving RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 20Feb42. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					Bomb Group 14Mar42  
					Was one of the four planes used to evacuate MacArthur's staff from Del Monte, Philippines Mar 25, 1942
					Shot down Rabaul, New Britain Aug 7, 1942.  MACR 16020.  Capt Harl Pease, Jr received Medal of Honor for action.
					Portsmouth Air Force Base, a Strategic Air Command base in Newington, NH, was re-dedicated 
					as Pease Air Force Base in Captain Harl Pease Junior's honor 7Sep57
				2430 (MSN 2241) delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG, 88th RS.   Was one of six planes that flew 
					into Pearl Harbor Dec 7, 1941.
					Transferred to 40th GBS, 19th BG, then 65th BS, 43rd BG.   Ferried to Australia and nicknamed "Naughty But Nice".  
					Shot down  by J1N1-S Jun 25, 1943 to the north of Wusing village in the Baining Mountains, 
					southeast of Rabaul, New Britain with 65th BS, 43rd BG
					while on night mission to Rabaul.  MACR 14590.  One crew POW, rest KIA.  
					The crewmember who was POW survived the war.  The wreck was discovered in 1982.
				2431 (MSN 2242) delivered to Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941; transferred to Wheeler-Hickam Nov 19, 1942; transferred to 5BG Feb 1943; 
					RETUS Jan 11, 1944, crews complained that it was a gas hog; transferred to Scott Jan 17, 1945; transferred 
					to Chanute Jan 21, 1945; transferred to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, 
					Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped
				2432 (MSN 2243) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 30Nov41. 88th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group, Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation for overseas duty.  Was one of the planes that 
					arrived over Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.
					Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 via Palmyra Atoll and Canton Island 11Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 14Feb42. 
					Departed 17Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Archerfield, Brisbane, QLD, Australia 
					18Feb42 as a weather diversion. To RAAF Amberley, Ipswich, QLD 19Feb42, arriving RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD, Australia 20Feb42. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 14Mar42. 
					40th Reconnaissance Squadron 21Apr42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD 16May42. 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Mareeba, QLD. Modified to mount 
					twin 0.50 caliber machine guns from the tail of another B-17 in the nose for added forward firepower. 
					Remote turret removed and replaced by twin 0.50 caliber machine guns on a flexible mount in the 
					fuselage opening. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group. {final combat mission Oct43}. 4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD Nov43. 
					Converted as an armed transport to drop supplies to forward Allied patrols in enemy territory. 
					69th Troop Carrier Squadron [372], 433rd Troop Carrier Group, 54th Troop Carrier Wing, Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea. It was one of eight B-17 armed transports that took off from Finschafen airfield to make 
					supply runs dropping weapons, ammunition, barbed wire and blood plasma to the US Army 1st Calvary 
					Division that had landed on Los Negros Island, Admiralty Islands, and strafed enemy positions in the 
					area 1-2Mar44. Nadzab airfield, New Guinea. WFU and returned Australia 16May44. 4th Air Depot, 
					RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD May44. SOC Brisbane 12Jan45. THE LAST STRAW.
				2433 (MSN 2244) delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1941.  Assigned to 7th BG, 88th RS.  Was one of the planes that arrived over 
					Pearl Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.   Departed on a reconnaissance mission to support USS 
					Enterprise (CV-6) to protect a convoy reinforcing Samoa 16Jan42. The plane developed problems with the 
					no.3 engine grounding it at Fiji until the end of the month, and parts were removed to repair other 
					bombers. Finally, repaired and returned to Hickam Field arriving 21Mar42. Substantially damaged 
					after the pilot landed short tearing off the tail section at Bellows Field, Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH 30Apr42. 
					435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 16May42. 26th Bomb Squadron, 
					11th Bomb Group, Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides. Equipped with SCR-521 ASV 
					search radar with a Yagi antenna under each wing. Took off from Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides on an anti-submarine patrol mission over the Solomon Sea 23Oct42. Also aboard 
					was war correspondent Ira Wolfert. During the flight, the bomber encountered a Kawanishi H6K4 Mavis
					observer Shimoyamada and engaged in an air-to-air combat with the enemy flying boat. After a battle that
					lasted forty-four minutes, the navigator and bombardier were wounded. The Mavis was shot down and 
					crashed into the sea. Battle damaged on a mission against Japanese warships in Iron Bottom Sound, north 
					of Lunga Point, Solomon Islands 25Oct42. Struck by a 5" shell that passed through an elevator without 
					exploding. The plane landed safely and the next day, flown to Efaté, New Hebrides, for repairs including a 
					new horizontal stabilizer and elevator. Returned to Espiritu Santo 27Oct42. The aircraft took off from 
					Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands on a morning solo search mission south of 
					Guadalcanal 21Nov42. The aircraft encountered a 'twin tailed Four Engine Japanese flying boat’ and 
					became involved in a prolonged air battle with a Kawanishi H5K2 Mavis. The B-17's gunners fired 450 
					rounds of ammunition during six firing passes, and suffered damage to the No.2 engine and required the
					bomber to make a forced landing at Henderson Field. Damaged, the flying boat survived the encounter, 
					landing at Shortland Seaplane Base, Solomon Islands. Loaned to 31st Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group 10Dec42. 
					Battle damaged on a photo reconnaissance mission over Kahili airfield on southern Bougainville (1KIA). 
					Over the target, the co-pilot was hit in the eye and killed instantly. 31st Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, 
					Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands Dec42. Thirteenth Air Force. 23rd Bomb Squadron, 
					5th Bomb Group, Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 15Jun43. Transferred out 
					end of Aug43. Likely assigned to a Service Squadron in the South Pacific. Returned to US 1Sep44. 2137th Base 
					Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL. Flexible Gunnery School, Yuma 
					Field, AZ 31Oct44. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and 
					disposal 25Jun45. War Assets Administration.Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped. 
					Named MISS FIT. Named for all the problems it experienced.
				2434 (MSN 2245) delivered Salt Lake SAD Nov 30, 1944.  Assigned to 7th BG, 88th RS.   Was one of the planes that arrived over Pearl 
					Harbor on Dec 7, 1941.  Was able to land at Hickam Field.  
					Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 via Palmyra Atoll and Canton Island 11Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 12Feb42. 
					Departed 17Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Archerfield, Brisbane, QLD, Australia 
					18Feb42 as a weather diversion. To RAAF Amberley, Ipswich, QLD 19Feb42, arriving RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD, Australia 20Feb42. The bomber was damaged in a collision with B-17E 41-2416 at 
					Townsville, Australia 22Feb42. The left wing tip was swung into an engine on #416; it was replaced 
					using the wing tip from #416. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 14Mar42. 4
					0th Reconnaissance Squadron 21Apr42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD 16May42. Battle damaged on a bombing mission 2Jun42. During the mission gunners 
					claimed two Japanese Zero fighters south of Lae, New Guinea, and the bomber was hit by bullets but 
					nobody aboard was injured. Returning to a Japanese air raid, the bomber was unable to land at Horn Island 
					airfield and instead landed at Coen airfield, Cape Your Peninsula, QLD. During the landing, the tail wheel 
					assembly was damaged. A replacement tail wheel assembly was flown in and it took two days to clear 
					a runway before the pilot flew it back to Garbutt Field at Townsville. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. 
					While on test flight for a new flare-dropping mechanism, the device malfunctioned, the flare exploded 
					inside the aircraft which crashed into the sea about one mile off Yorkey Knob, near Cairns, 
					QLD, Australia 16Aug42 (6MIA:5KIA). SOC 31Oct44.
				2435 (MSN 2246) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 30Nov41. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA 
					for preparation for overseas duty. 7th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. 
					14th Reconnaissance Squadron, Southern Bomb Group. Assigned to Naval Task Force 11 (TF-11), 9Feb42. 
					Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 14Feb42. Departed 18Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, 
					New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 19Feb42. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron,
					19th Bomb Group 14Mar42. The bomber made a forced landing adjacent to RAAF Sandgate, Brighton, QLD, 
					landing on reclaimed land to the north between the air base and the start of the Hornibrook Highway 18Apr42. 
					40th Reconnaissance Squadron 21Apr42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD 16May42. Took off from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby as part of a flight of 
					B-17s searching for a Japanese convoy near Buna, New Guinea 2Aug42. On this mission, the B-17 was 
					assigned to the 30th Bomb Squadron, but flown by air crew from the 28th Bomb Squadron. The aircraft 
					was intercepted by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters and shot down. It crashed into the Solomon Sea 
					off Cape Ward Hunt on the other side of Mitre Rock, roughly two to three miles out to sea. At least five of the
					 crew managed to bail out (8MIA:1 survived)
				2436 (MSN 2247) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for 
					preparation for overseas duty 25Dec41. 32nd Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the 
					South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Accident taxying at RAF Habbaniya, Iraq 14Jan42. 7th Bomb Group, 
					Java 29Feb42. Returned to US. Bolling Field, Washington, DC 16Aug42. Langley Field, Hampton, VA 9Jul44. 
					Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI 6Jul45.  To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for 
					storage and disposal 24Sep45. 
				2437 (MSN 2248) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 2Dec41. Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA. 
					Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation for overseas duty. 98th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, 
					Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. Ferried across the Pacific arriving Australia 22Apr42. Ferried back to Hawaii 
					May42. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, took off from Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel 
					tank as one of ten B-17s on a flight to Midway airfield, Eastern Island, Midway Atoll 31May42.
					Afterwards returned to Hickam Field. Ferried across the Pacific arriving Australia Jun42. 28th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group. Ditched 17Feb43; crew rescued. SOC 15Jun44. This plane was filmed by John Ford 
					in his documentary of the Battle Of Midway and can be seen in several sequences
				2438 (MSN 2249) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 2Dec41. 22nd Reconnaissance Squadron [12], 
					7th Bomb Group. 40th Reconnaissance Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 26Dec41. 
					14th Reconnaissance Squadron, Southern Bomb Group. Assigned to Naval Task Force 11 (TF-11), 9Feb42. 
					Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 14Feb42. Departed 18Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, 
					New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 19Feb42. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group 14Mar42. 40th Reconnaissance Squadron 21Apr42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 16May42. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. 
					Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, 
					Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. 
					Appeared in the movie “Bombardier” [1943]. Air Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 16Dec43. 
					Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force as Fortress Mark III, serial 9206. Arrived at Rockcliffe, ONT 19Dec43. 
					168th Heavy Transport Squadron [code QB], Rockcliffe, ONT Dec43. Used for VIP and mail flights to Europe 
					and North Africa. SOC 7Jun46. Sold to Argentina as LV-RTO. Arrived Morón, Argentina 12Apr48. Converted 
					for cargo use. Grounded by legal disputes at Morón 1949-1964. Scrapped at Morón, Argentina 1964..
				2439 (MSN 2250) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 2Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the 
					Far East Air Force in Java] 22Feb42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. 
					19th Bomb Group. Returned to US. Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 16Nov42. Pilot School (Specialized, 
					Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 4Jan43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 25Jun45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed 
					Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.  Also listed as crashlanding New Britain Aug 7, 1942 MACR 16020.
				2440 (MSN 2251) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 21Jan41. 40th Reconnaissance Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 26Dec41. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, Southern Bomb Group. 
					Assigned to Naval Task Force 11 (TF-11) 9Feb42. Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, 
					Fiji 14Feb42. Departed 18Feb42 to Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD, Australia 19Feb42. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 14Mar42. 
					40th Reconnaissance Squadron 21Apr42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, 
					Townsville, QLD 16May42. Battle damaged on a bombing mission against Salamaua, New Guinea 3Jul42 (2WIA). 
					Over the target during a twenty minute air battle intercepted by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters. 
					The Bendix turret and waist gunners were wounded. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.
					Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, 
					Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. 
					Retained by Seventh Air Force at Hawaii. Overhauled and installed with twin 0.50 caliber guns 
					in the nose. 394th Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH 14Nov42. 
					Departed to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42, arriving Nadi 19Nov42. Damaged while parked at Nadi 25Nov42. 
					Three Douglas SBD Dauntlesses from Scouting Squadron 6 were lined up wing tip to wing tip and began
					to take off. The midde plane was slightly ahead and kicked up a cloud of dust that blinded the two 
					wingmen, each of which crashed into one of three B-17s parked beside the airstrip at Nadi. 
					The first SBD crashed into the right landing gear, causing the B-17 to fall on the right wing, 
					bending it up and damaging No.3 and No.4 propellers. The crew patched the plane and flew 
					it to the 13th Air Depot at Tontouta airfield, Nouméa, New Caledonia. Repaired and returned 
					to service. Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 28Jun43. Bomber 1 
					airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 14Jul43. Returned to US. Lambert Field, 
					St Louis, MO 7Mar44. Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL 1Feb45. Reclaimed 15Jul46. CALAMITY JANE - 
					artwork of a nude brunette woman with her hands behind her head and a flower in her hair. 
					When being prepared to be ferried back to the United States,  the woman's nipples were painted 
					out and a white shirt with short sleeves was painted over her chest to cover the original nude 
					nose art. After the accident at Fiji 25Nov42, the plane was referred to as a ‘Calamity Jane’ and the name stuck  
				2441 (MSN 2252)  Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 3Dec41. Sixth Air Force Howard Field, 
					Panama Canal Zone 27Dec41. Guatemala City, Guatemala 6Mar42. Crashed at sea 7Jan43
				2442 (MSN 2253) Strategic Air Depot, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 3Dec41. 7th Bomb Group, Java. 
					42nd Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. Damaged while parked
					by Curtiss P-40 Warhawk 41-5471 in a takeoff accident Kulaloa Field, O’ahu, TH 1Jul42. 
					Thirteenth Air Force. The aircraft took off from Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, 
					Solomon Islands on a mission to bomb Japanese shipping in the Shortland Island area, 
					Solomon Islands 1Feb43 (9MIA). After bombing Japanese ships and claiming hits on their target, 
					the formation turned toward Choiseul Bay, and was intercepted by a force of Japanese 
					Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters. This B-17 was shot down by Zero fighters over Bougainville 
					and believed to have crashed into the Shortland Harbor area. YOKOHAMA EXPRESS.  MACR 16269.  9 KIA.
				2443 (MSN 2254) delivered to McCord Dec 4, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI Dec 15, 1941.  Crashed into cliffs of
					Mount Keahiakahoe near the Nu'uanu Pali in Hawaii while returning from antisubmarine patrol Apr 5, 1942.  
					All 11 on board killed.
				2444 (MSN 2255) delivered to McCord Dec 4, 1941; transferred to 11BG 42BS at Hickam Field, HI Oct 18, 1942; 
					RETUS Oct 17, 1943.  Oklahoma City Air Technical Service Command), Tinker Field,
					Oklahoma City, OK. When the bomber was inspected it was declared ‘unfit to fly’ and grounded. 
					Class 26. Technical Training Command, Amarillo Field, TX. Partially disassembled, used as an 
					instructional airframe and for spare parts. SOC 8Oct44.
				2445 (MSN 2256) ) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 3Dec41. Painted in the three-color 
					camouflage scheme at the Hawaiian Air Depot (HAD) with dark green, olive drab and tan upper 
					surfaces with gray lower surfaces. 42nd Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, 
					Honolulu, TH 22Jul42. Ferried from Wheeler Field across the South Pacific to Plaine De Gaiacs, 
					New Caledonia. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 18Oct42. 
					Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. Accident on the ground at Henderson 
					Field 9Dec42. The pilot was parking it in the revetment and knocked off the tail turret, damaging 
					the bomber. Placed in the scrap yard on Guadalcanal and stripped for parts, including both 
					wings, the gun turrets and windows. SOC 15Jun44.  Named SO SOLLY PLEES.
				2446 (MSN 2257) ) Accepted by USAAF 6Dec41. 22nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Douglas, 
					Salt Lake City, UT. Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 8Dec41. Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 17Dec41. 
					14th Reconnaissance Squadron, Southern Bomb Group. Assigned to Naval Task Force 11 (TF-11), 
					9Feb42. Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 14Feb42. Departed 18Feb42 to 
					Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 19Feb42. 
					{first combat mission 23Feb42}. Battle damage on a mission to bomb shipping at Rabual, New Britain 23Feb42. 
					Over the target, the bomber had to make a second pass, caused by a problem with its bomb bay, but 
					finally dropped onto a freighter of 10,000 tons. Reportedly, on the second bomb run, an anti-aircraft 
					shell passed through the right wing without exploding, creating a visible hole. Off the target, the 
					bomber was intercepted by fighters over Rabaul. The plane was hit by the attacker's 7.7mm and 
					20mm fire. To escape, it flew at higher throttle settings and maneuvered to escape the fighters. 
					The left life raft popped out of its compartment and wrapped around the left tail plane. After the battle, 
					unable to fly over the Stanley Mountains, the aircraft flew as far as the north coast of New Guinea, 
					before running short on fuel. The pilot force landed in a kunai field with the wheels up. He thought 
					it was dry ground, but actually it was Agaiambo Swamp, New Guinea.  Abandoned in Papua New Guinea 
					when crash-landed Feb 23, 1942 in swamp while
					returning from a raid on Rabaul.  Crew walked away from the crash site
					and were eventually returned to Port Moresby and were returned to
					combat. Plane remained half-submerged in a swamp.  David Tallichet, the 
					founder of MARC, has reportedly secured permission to recover this plane.  He was
					denied permission by the PNG government to exercise salvage rights and sold the
					salvage rights to Alfred Hagen.  Hagen and Robert Geinert in 2006 had wings and engines
					removed and airlifted the fuselage to Lae, PNG.  Aircraft was impounded by the PNG
					government and sat on the wharf at Lae.  Suddenly, the B-17 was moved from Bismarck Shippin
					to the Lae dock and loaded aboard three 40' flat rack containers and loaded aboard the ship Tasman Pathfinder 
					and departed on January 27, 2010. Shipped via Auckland, New Zealand then on another ship bound for the 
					United States. Around May 2010, the containers arrived at the Port of Long Beach, California. On June 11, 2010 
					an unveiling ceremony was held at the Reef Restaurant at Long Beach, displaying the fuselage of the B-17.
					Afterwards, the B-17 went into storage at Chino Airport. On December 8, 2010, the fuselage went on display 
					outdoors ringed by a fence at Planes of Fame Museum at Chino Airport. During this period, the rear fuselage, 
					tail and wings were stored outdoors at Aerotrader also located at Chino Airport. During January 2013, 
					the fuselage was removed from public display and moved to Aerotrader, where the bomber was readied
					for shipment to Hawaii, bound for the Pacific Aviation Museum (Ford Island Museum). 
					Since 2013, B-17E 41-2446 has been displayed at the Pacific Aviation Museum.
				2447 (MSN 2258) ) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 8Dec41. 40th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, Southern Bomb Group. Assigned to Naval Task 
					Force 11 (TF-11), 9Feb42. Departed Hickam Field 10Feb42 to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 14Feb42; Plaine De Gaiacs, 
					New Caledonia, arriving RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 19Feb42. 14th Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group 14Mar42. Departed from RAAF Garbutt on a flight to Batchelor Field, near Darwin, NT, 
					Australia 16Mar42. Tasked as one of four B-17s to stage for a mission to evacuate General Douglas MacArthur 
					from Del Monte airfield on Mindanao, Philippines. The B-17's left RAAF Garbutt, Townsville for Batchelor 
					Field, near Darwin, NT 16Mar42. They were loaded full of sulphur drugs, quinine and cigarettes for the military 
					forces in the Philippines. After refuelling the plane took off from Batchelor Field and flew northward to 
					Del Monte airfield. After midnight 18Mar42, this bomber was the first of the two bombers to land and 
					was immediately refueled and embarked passengers. Boarding this bomber was General Douglas MacArthur, 
					his wife, son and nurse plus a few senior staff officers. Starting the engines to take off, the No.1 engine failed 
					to start, two crew members hand cranked the engine and on the second try it started. The five hour flight 
					took them over the captured enemy islands of the Celebes, Timor, and the northern part of New Guinea. 
					When the plane reached Darwin, the airfield was under attack by the Japanese, so diverted to Batchelor Field. 
					Departed from Batchelor Field 11Apr42 with General Ralph Royce aboard as one of three B-17s 
					with ten B-25C Mitchell bombers on the Royce Special Mission on a flight 1,500 miles northward arriving 
					in the afternoon at Del Monte airfield on Mindanao in the Philippines. During the flight, one engine was 
					inoperative. The next morning, the plane did not participate due to the inoperative engine. Destroyed 
					on ground by Japanese bombing on Del Monte Field 13Apr42. The B-17 was parked in the open and 
					spotted by a Mitsubishi F1M2 Pete reconnaissance floatplane. The bomber was hit by a 60kg bomb 
					and destroyed on the ground. Salvaged. SOC 31Oct44.  Named SAN ANTONIO ROSE II.  
				2448 (MSN 2259) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 8Dec41. Sixth Air Force 27Dec41. 
					74th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group, Guatemala City, Guatemala 12Apr42. Damaged taxying 
					at Guatemala City, Guatemala 27Nov42. Returned to US. 4136th Base Unit (Oklahoma City Air 
					Technical Service Command), Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 8Jul44. SOC 9Feb45.
				2449 (MSN 2260)) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 17Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the 
					Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 7Jan42. 9th Bomb 
					Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route departing 19Jan42, 
					arriving in Djokjakarta via Bandoeng, Java 9Feb42. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Java. 
					19th Bomb Group, Singosari airfield, Malang, Java. Destroyed on ground at Broome airfield, WA 3Mar42. 
					Nine Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters and a single Mitsubishi C5M2 command reconnaissance 
					and navigational aircraft of the 3rd K?k?tai arrived over Broome after leaving their base at Koepang 
					in Timor. The B-17 had just arrived from Java, Netherlands East Indies (NEI) carrying refugees 
					who were still aboard when it was destroyed in strafing by the Mitsubishi A6M Zeros. Salvaged. SOC 30Oct44
				2450 (MSN 2261) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 17Nov41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the 
					Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 5Jan42. 
					Sixth Air Force. 3rd Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group, Panama Canal Zone 4Mar42. Guatemala City, 
					Guatemala 15Apr42. Albrook Field, Panama City, Panama Canal Zone. 1Nov42. Takeoff accident 
					at Talara, Peru 27May43. Crash landed Guatemala City, Guatemala 1Aug43. MERCURY
				2451 (MSN 2262) 7th Bomb Group, Panama Canal Zone 17Dec41. On a re-supply mission to Far East 
					Air Force, crash landed south of Rio Hato, Panama Canal Zone 1Jun42,. Guatemala City, 
					Guatemala 7Jul42. Returned to US. 4136th Base Unit (Oklahoma City Air Technical Service 
					Command), Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 8Jul44. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 24Aug45. Named AZTEC'S CURSE. 
					Center fuselage and wing sections reportedly used in 1969 in rebuild of B-17 44-83814 at Grass Valley, CA.
				2452 (MSN 2263) Bakersfield Field, CA 30Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. Ferried overseas via the South
					Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving in Djokjakarta via Bandoeng, Java 11Feb42. 
					9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Java 11Feb42. Evacuated from Java and flown 
					to Darwin, NT, Australia Mar42. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Flown from 
					Horn Island airfield, QLD to Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby in preparation 
					for bombing missions 6Aug42. Failed to return from a mission against the Japanese 
					airfield at Lakunai near Rabaul, New Britain 9Aug42 (10RTD). Over the target the bomber 
					was intercepted by 15-20 A6M3 Zero fighters from the 2nd K?k?tai. The serious damage 
					done to this plane over Lakunai made it impossible for it to keep up with the rest of the 
					formation. The crew had difficulty locating Port Moresby caused by a radio compass failure. 
					Lost for 3.5 hours, with fuel exhaustion, the bomber made a force landing on a coral reef at 
					Malapla Island off the China Strait and the southern tip of the mainland of New Guinea. 
					The crew was rescued by an Australian PT boat.
				2453 (MSN 2264) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 25Dec41. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, 
					Malang, Java 31Jan42. Battle damaged after takeoff for a mission to Balikpapan, Borneo 5Feb42. 
					The bomber was attacked about forty miles east of Soerabaja, Java, by a flight of eight 
					Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of the 2nd Chutai. The mission was aborted, returning safely to 
					Malang. Evacuated from Java and flown to Darwin, NT, Australia Mar42. 30th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Australia 2Mar42. Departed from RAAF Garbutt on a flight to Batchelor Field, 
					near Darwin, NT, Australia Mar42. Departed from Batchelor Field for a mission to evacuate 
					General Douglas MacArthur from Del Monte airfield on Mindanao, Philippines 12Mar42. 
					During the flight, the hydraulic system failed disabling the superchargers and brakes and was 
					forced to fly at low altitude and landed after dark. Without brakes, the bomber ground looped. 
					Learning that General MacArthur had not yet arrived, the pilot expressed to Major General William F. Sharp 
					his fear about leaving his bomber parked at the airfield and requested he be allowed to evacuate 
					personnel. Reportedly, Major General William F. Sharp felt the pilot was too young to fly the 
					General and his bomber was too war weary so agreed for him to leave immediately. After unloading 
					ammunition and guns, the plane departed with sixteen Air Corps passengers and returned to 
					Darwin, and ground looped again without brakes. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. 
					Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and 
					Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and 
					Christmas Island. Returned to US. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA 19Nov42. Pocatello Field, ID 28Nov42. 
					Midwest Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 12Dec42. 26th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Pyote Field, TX 19Jan43. Damaged by mechanical failure taxying on the north ramp at Pyote 
					Field 19Feb43. 1173rd Pilot Transition Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. 
					Mid-air collision with B-17E 41-9111 at Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 9Sep43. Damaged 
					landing at Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 26Nov43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 9Oct45.
				2454 (MSN 2265) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 25Dec41. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, 
					Malang, Java 19Jan42. Battle damaged on a mission against Balikpapan, Borneo 29Jan42. 
					For an unknown reason, the lead bomber didn’t drop on the target and circled back for 
					another bomb run. Returning, the formation was attacked by Japanese fighters. After completing 
					another bomb run over ships off Balikpapan, the formation turned back to base but enemy 
					fighters persisted in attacks. Destroyed at Broome airfield, WA 3Mar42. Nine Japanese 
					Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters and a single Mitsubishi C5M2 command reconnaissance 
					and navigational aircraft of the 3rd K?k?tai arrived over Broome after leaving their base 
					at Koepang in Timor. The B-17 had just arrived from Java, Netherlands East Indies (NEI) 
					carrying refugees who were still aboard when it was destroyed in strafing by the Mitsubishi A6M Zeros. 
					Eighty-eight people were killed in the raid on the town of Broome, including women and children, 
					and probably as many again wounded. Salvaged.  Named CRAPS FOR THE JAPS.
				2455 (MSN 2266) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					for preparation for overseas duty 25Dec41. 32nd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Ferried 
					overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 26Jan42. 
					Battle damaged on a mission against Balikpapan, Borneo 29Jan42. For an unknown reason, the lead 
					bomber didn’t drop on the target and circled back for another bomb run. Returning, the formation 
					was attacked by Japanese fighters. After completing another bomb run over ships off Balikpapan, the 
					formation turned back to base but enemy fighters persisted in attacks. The aircraft departed 
					Singosari airfield, Malang, Java to bomb a Japanese occupied airport at Kendari on the island of 
					Celebes 8Feb42. While en route the formation was attacked by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero 
					fighters of the Tainan K?k?tai over the Java Sea. The aircraft was struck by incendiary bullets, 
					starting a fire in the bomb bay fuel tank which the bombardier managed to jettison along with 
					the bomb load. On return, force landed at Djokjakarta, Java. Strafed on ground by Zero fighters of 
					Tainan K?k?tai and destroyed by fire at Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 20Feb42. Salvaged. 
					Abandoned at Singosari airfield when American personnel withdrew. Captured by the Japanese..
				2456 (MSN 2267) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 17Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East 
					Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. 7th Bomb Group. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, 
					Java 19Jan42. The aircraft departed Singosari airfield to bomb a Japanese occupied airport at 
					Kendari on the island of Celebes 8Feb42 (8MIA:1KIA). While en route the formation was attacked 
					by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of the Tainan K?k?tai over the Java Sea. The aircraft 
					was struck by incendiary bullets killing the two pilots. The bomb bay fuel tank caught fire as the plane 
					slowly dropped out of formation. Several crew bailed out before the plane crashed at sea near 
					Soerabaja, Java MACR 16154.
				2457 (MSN 2268) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 17Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce
					the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Unable to continue to Java after 
					the fall to the Japanese of Palembang, Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group, Karachi, India. Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to Middle East 
					Jun42. United States Army, Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional Bomb Group, 
					AF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 513th Bomb Squadron, 
					1st Provisional Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, 
					Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair Facility (Project 19), Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 
					301st Bomb Group, Biskra, Algeria Jan43. Returned to US. 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis 
					Municipal Airport, TN 2Aug44. Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 5Nov44. Reclaimed 31Oct45. 
					Named PER DIEM. Named for the pilot’s wife [Perdita.
				2458 (MSN 2269) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 17Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce 
					the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. 
					30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India 
					route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 30Jan42  (43rd BG, 65th BS, *Yankee Diddler*) 
							damaged by air action and crashlanded Pasiran, Java Feb 8, 1942.  .
							Evacuated from Java and flown to Darwin, NT, Australia Mar42. 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
							Williamstown, Melbourne, VIC 23Jun42. Torrens Creek, QLD 15Aug42. Iron Range, Lockhart, QLD 13Oct42. 
							Mareeba, QLD 7Nov42. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. 
							8th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, Port Moresby, New Guinea. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
							Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. {final combat mission Oct43}. 4th Air Depot, 
							RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD Nov43. Converted as an armed transport to drop supplies to forward 
							Allied patrols in enemy territory. 39th Troop Carrier Squadron [25], 317th Troop Carrier Group, 
							54th Troop Carrier Wing, Dobodura, New Guinea 27Nov43. Ground looped at Finschhafen,
							New Guinea 29Jan44. It was one of eight B-17 armed transports that took off from Finschafen 
							airfield to make supply runs dropping weapons, ammunition, barbed wire and blood plasma 
							to the US Army 1st Calvary Division that had landed on Los Negros Island, Admiralty Islands, 
							and strafed enemy positions in the area 1-2Mar44. WFU and returned Australia Jul44. 
							4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD. SOC at Brisbane 27Jan45. 
							Named YANKEE DIDDL’ER - WOULDN’T IT ROOT YA – artwork of a blonde female nude reclining with 
							her hands behind her head wearing red high heel shoes. The nose art was modified with white frilly 
							panties added to the female figure. Reportedly, the panties were added by September 13, 1943 when 
							First Lady Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt landed at Archerfield airfield near Brisbane. Apparently, this B-17 
							was parked nearby and there were worries the risqué nose art might offend her sensibilities.
				2459 (MSN 2270) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 17Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce 
					the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. Ferried 
					overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, noted 
					at Shallufa, Egypt on delivery Dec41. Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 14Jan42. The bomber took off 
					from Singosari airfield to stage through Kendari (K-2) advanced airfield at Sulawesi 16Jan42. 
					Along with B-17E 41-2461, the plane took off early the following morning on a mission against Japanese 
					shipping off Menado. Over the target, the pair were forced to make a second bomb run due to hung 
					up bombs. During the bomb run, anti-aircraft fire hit one engine on this bomber, disabling it. 
					After bombing, the pair claimed one transport capsized and another damaged. Next, the pair were 
					intercepted by fourteen Zeros and attacked for roughly forty minutes. During the air combat, this B-17 
					was hit by more gunfire and a second engine was knocked out. Aboard, gunners claimed two Zeros 
					shot down before entering clouds and managed to landed safely at Kendari II airfield. 
					While parked at Kendari II airfield, over the next two days, Zeros attempted to strafe the B-17 
					while repairs were being made. With one engine out of commission and other battle damage, 
					the pilot attempted a three-engine takeoff later that day but was thwarted by a wet field and c
					ould not gain sufficient airspeed. Three unsuccessful attempts were made to take off. With Japanese 
					troops nearby, the plane was stripped of usable parts and the crew burned the bomber to destroy it. 
					They were rescued by a crew in a Consolidated LB-30 Liberator, AL609, the following day.
				2460 (MSN 2271) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					for preparation for overseas duty 25Dec41. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India 
					route. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 15Jan42. Battle 
					damaged on a mission to bomb a Japanese shipping convoy off Balikpapan on southeast Borneo 25Jan42. 
					After bombing the Japanese landing force, the formation was intercepted by Japanese fighters. 
					During the interception, this B-17 was attacked from the rear and hit by machine gun bullets 
					and cannon shells in the tail section before the tail gunner claimed the attacker as shot down. 
					Although none of the crew were wounded, the battery was shot out, trim tabs control cables 
					were severed and cockpit instruments failed. Also, the wings and fuselage were holed and the 
					damaged bomber lost altitude and force landed at the Dutch airfield located at Banjarmasin, 
					Oelin, on southeast Borneo. With the help of Dutch personnel, emergency repairs were made. 
					Took off despite the damage and carefully flown to Singosari airfield, Malang on Java 26Jan42.
					Flown to Bandoeng for repair. Afterwards, additional repairs might have been attempted but the 
					bomber was written off or not flyable for combat missions. In March 1942 as the Allied situation 
					in Java deteriorated, T/Sgt Harry Hayes decided to repair this bomber at Bandoeng West airfield,
					Andir, rebuilding two engines and making other repairs. Once completed, he convinced two pilots, 
					an American and Dutch officer, to fly the repaired bomber to Australia despite the fact neither 
					had flown a B-17 before and the pair agreed. Took off during the night of 4Mar42 from Bandoeng 
					West airfield on a final evacuation flight with eighteen passengers aboard bound for Australia,
				 	the last B-17 to evacuate Java. During the three hour flight, only three engines were operative but 
					managed to land safely at Port Hedland in Western Australia. Accident returning from a mission to 
					Buna Mission, New Guinea 27Jul42. The pilot landed too fast, ground looped and slammed into 
					B-17E 41-2640 waiting to depart at Horn Island, QLD 27Jul42. The crash pushed its left wing back, 
					breaking the front spar outboard of the number one engine. There were only minor injuries to the 
					crew. Emergency repairs were made allowing the bomber to be flown back to Mareeba airfield, QLD. 
					A Cletrack tug was used to pull the wing back into line, then the spar was spliced with a large piece of 
					wood. The leading edge was rebuilt with wood formers and wire stringers. Mattress covers were 
					used for covering the wing and for patches on the damaged nose. Then two pilots from Headquarters 
					Squadron of the 19th Bomb Group flew it back to Mareeba but  the plane was later salvaged..  
				2461 (MSN 2272) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					for preparation for overseas duty 25Dec41. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India 
					route. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Noted at Shallufa, Egypt on delivery Dec41. Singosari airfield, 
					Malang, Java 14Jan42. The bomber took off from Singosari airfield to stage through Kendari (K-2) 
					advanced airfield at Sulawesi 16Jan42. Along with B-17E 41-2459, the plane took off early the 
					following morning on a mission against Japanese shipping off Menado. Over the target, the pair 
					were forced to make a second bomb run due to hung up bombs. After bombing, the pair claimed 
					one transport capsized and another damaged. Next, the pair were intercepted by fourteen 
					Japanese A6M Zero fighters of the 3rd K?k?tai and attacked for roughly forty minutes during which 
					the tail gunner was wounded by an explosive bullet. The bomber entered clouds to escape and managed to land
					safely at Kendari airfield 17Jan42 (1WIA). While being refueled and the wounded crew members evacuated, 
					five Zeros arrived and strafed. During the attack, this B-17 hurriedly took off across the grass field on a 
					flight back to Singosari airfield on Java. Cannon shells from the Zeros riddled the plane, damaging 
					half the instruments and removed over half of the windshield in front of the pilot. The plane continued 
					to fly and the pilot was able to escape into a nearby thunderstorm and returned safely to Singosari. 
					Djokjakarta, Java 23Jan42. The bomber took off on a mission over Balikpapan, Borneo 31Jan42. 
					Over the target, it was shot up by four Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters wounding two of the crew, 
					one fatally. When the Allies left Java, this B-17 was flown to Batchelor Field, near Darwin, NT, Australia. 
					19th Bomb Squadron, 30th Bomb Group, Garbutt airfield, Townsville, QLD. Continued flying combat 
					till the middle of 1942. Ultimate fate unknown.  Named EL TORO..
				2462 (MSN 2273) Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 22Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java].
					 MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India 
					route arriving in Djokjakarta via Bandoeng, Java on 11Feb42. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Java 11Feb42. 
					19th Bomb Group, Australia. Strafed at Port Moresby 25Dec42.   Repaired.  Named "Billy" when used as a hack for 
					LT. GEN  Krueger of 6th Army. Substantially damaged taxying New Guinea 3Jun43 WO Jun 3, 1945.  
					2462 (*Tojo's Jinx*) scrapped in New Guinea in 1945.
				2463 (msn 2274) Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 28Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Pacific route. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 
					13Feb42. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, took off from Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel tank 
					as one of ten B-17s on a flight to Midway airfield, Eastern Island, Midway Atoll 31May42. 431st Bomb Squadron, 1
					1th Bomb Group, 20Oct42. Overhauled and installed with twin 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. 394th Bomb Squadron, 
					5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH. Departed to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42. 
					Departed to Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands via Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides 3Jan43. 
					Modified with three 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 19Jan43. Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), 
					Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 28Jun43. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 14Jul43. 
					The aircraft attempted to takeoff for a routine sea search mission from Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, 
					Solomon Islands 2Aug43 (2KIA). The pilot couldn't achieve takeoff air speed thus aborted the takeoff and ran 
					off the end of the runway into coconut palm tree stumps. It wiped out the undercarriage and nose and the 
					bomber was destroyed by fire. The bombardier and navigator were killed in the crash. 
					[Pilot was Second Lieutenant Eugene Wesley Roddenberry, the future creator of ‘Star Trek’]. 
					Condemned 13Aug43.  Named YANKEE DOODLE   
				2464 (MSN 2275) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 22Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried 
					overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 21Jan42. 
					Battle damaged on a mission over Balikpapan, Borneo 3Feb42 (1KIA). A force of Japanese Zero fighters 
					intercepted and attacked the bomber after leaving Balikpapan. A gunner had oxygen trouble and passed 
					out and died of anoxia. The bomber was unable to descend to a lower altitude without leaving the 
					protection of the formation. Another crew member who went to his aid also passed out. Evacuated from 
					Java and flown to Darwin, NT, Australia Mar42. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group Mar42. 
					93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Flown to Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea 6Aug42 for fuel on a shuttle mission to Rabaul, New Britain. Battle damaged during the 
					mission against a Japanese airfield at Vunakanau near Rabaul 7Aug42. Twenty miles short of the target, 
					the plane was attacked by a flight of enemy fighters. Bullets tore into the No.3 engine which was already 
					running rough then a cannon shell destroyed the oxygen system. 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Iron Range, Lockhart, QLD 4Nov42. Mareeba, QLD 8Nov42. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea 20Jan43. 46th Service Group 27Jun43. Regained by Group 3Jul43. 65th Bomb Squadron 22Jul43. 
					Damaged during take off when a pilot accidentally retracted the landing gear instead of the flaps 
					prematurely and damaged the fuselage and engines at Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby 
					3Aug43. 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 6th Photographic Reconnaissance Group. 
					5th Air Service Command. The aircraft took off from Nadzab airfield No.1 on a flight bound for Mokmer 
					Drome on Biak with a stopover planned at Tadji airfield 8Jul44. After takeoff, the B-17 was never 
					seen again and was presumed to have been lost before reaching Tadji airfield. The entire crew was listed
					as missing in action (19MIA - mostly members of 5th Air Service Command HQ and a few from 
					58th Air Service Group HQ). No trace ever found. QUEENIE. Named after a 64BS pilot’s wife. Painted by Lucky Stevens.
					MACR 6580.   Report that it returned to USA after 11th BG 
					use in 1943 and was scrapped in 1946 seems to be in error.
				2465 (MSN 2276) ) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					for preparation for overseas duty 30Dec41. Crash landed twenty miles northwest of Coalinga 
					Municipal Airport, CA 23Mar42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. 
					Unable to continue to Java after the fall to the Japanese of Palembang, Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, 
					India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Karachi, India. Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. 
					Ferried India to Middle East Jul42. United States Army, Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 
					1st Provisional Bomb Group, RAF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 
					513th Bomb Squadron, 1st Provisional Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. 
					RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair Facility (Project 19), 
					Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, Biskra, Algeria Jan43. SOC 30Jun43.  Named GEECHEE.
				2466 (MSN 2277) Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 25Dec41. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. 
					Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation 
					for overseas duty. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India 
					route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 21Jan42. Djokjakarta, Java 23Jan42. Strafed by Japanese 
					fighters while parked at Bandoeng, Java 19Feb42. Salvaged. Destroyed by US forces when Java was evacuated.
				2467 (MSN 2278) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 22Dec41. Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 27Dec42			
					 Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for
					 preparation for overseas duty 28Jan42. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. 
					Seventh Air Force. 23rd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 16Feb42. 
					Thirteenth Air Force. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides. Departed from 
					Espiritu Santo on a ferry flight back to the United States 21Oct43. Oklahoma City Air Technical 
					Service Command), Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK. When the bomber was inspected it was 
					declared ‘unfit to fly’ and grounded. Class 26. Technical Training Command, Amarillo Field, TX. 
					Partially disassembled, used as an instructional airframe and for spare parts. SOC 4Dec43.
					Named  SAN ANTONIO ROSE – artwork of a female wearing a top hat and underwea
				2468 (MSN 2279) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 20Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce
					 the Far East Air Force in Java]. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via 
					the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 18Jan42. 
					The bomber was one of eight on a mission to bomb a Japanese invasion force making a landing 
					at Balikpapan, Borneo 25Jan42. A large force of enemy fighters intercepted the bombers, 
					most of which suffered battle damage, and experienced bad weather that consumed more fuel 
					than anticipated. This bomber returned towards home base and made it as far as Madura Island, 
					northeast of Soerabaja, Java but with fuel exhaustion was forced to crash land on a tidal mud flat 
					fifteen miles northeast of Bangkalan, Madura, Java. The crew burned their plane to prevent it 
					from capture by the Japanese and the crew was rescued. SOC 3Aug43. 
					May have been captured by Japanese forces and stripped for parts.
				2469 (MSN 2280) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 23Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East 
					Air Force in Java]. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the 
					South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 21Jan42. T
					he bomber was one of eight on a mission to bomb a Japanese invasion force making a landing 
					at Balikpapan, Borneo 25Jan42. A large force of enemy fighters intercepted the bombers, most of 
					which suffered battle damage, and experienced bad weather that consumed more fuel than anticipated. 
					This bomber returned towards home base and made it as far as Madura Island, northeast of Soerabaja,
					Java but with fuel exhaustion was forced to land on a beach near Arosbaja, Madura, East Java. 
					Sent additional fuel from Java and help from Dutch engineers, with a makeshift runway, after repairs 
					the bomber was flown out back to Singosari airfield, Malang, Java three days later. Battle damaged 
					on a mission over Balikpapan, Borneo 3Feb42. The aircraft was struck in the left outboard engine 
					and set on fire by Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of Tainan K?k?tai. Unable to extinguish the fire, 
					five airmen bailed out, the other three landed with the plane when it crash landed on a beach on 
					Arends Island, Netherlands East Indies. All crew members survived and were rescued by a US Navy PBY Catalina. Salvaged
				2470 (MSN 2281) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for
					preparation for overseas duty 7Jan42. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via 
					the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java on 30Jan42., 
					Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 30Jan42. Damaged when strafed and set on fire by Japanese 
					fighters while parked at Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 3Feb42. The fire was extinguished 
					but less than 24 hours later, it suddenly burst into flames again and burned out. Salvaged.
				2471 (MSN 2282) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 20Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East 
					Air Force in Java]. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 19Jan42. The aircraft 
					departed Singosari airfield, Malang, Java to bomb a Japanese occupied airport at Kendari on the 
					island of Celebes 8Feb42. While en route the formation was attacked by Japanese Mitsubishi 
					A6M Zero fighters of the Tainan K?k?tai over the Java Sea. The aircraft was struck by incendiary 
					bullets. When the pilot tried to jettison the bomb bay fuel tank it was found that the release 
					mechanism had been damaged by a bullet. As the crew attempted to manually drop the tank 
					there was an explosion and the smell of gasoline. A bullet had struck the compressed oxygen 
					tank and a fuel feed line. The exploding oxygen tank blew a hugle hole in the rear bulkhead of 
					the flight deck and forced open a bomb bay door. When the plane reached the safety of cloud 
					cover, the tank and bomb load were jettisoned. This aircraft had two engines damaged and 
					returned to force land at Djokjakarta airfield on Java. Disabled on the ground when Japanese 
					Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of the Tainan K?k?tai strafed the airfield at Djokjakarta 8Feb42. 
					When the allies evacuated from Java, the aircraft was deliberately set on fire and destroyed on 
					the ground, leaving the nose compartment and two engines removed at Djokjakarta 1Mar42. 
					The B-17 was captured when the Japanese occupied Djokjakarta 8Mar42. Japanese technical 
					personnel from Giken (Army Aviation Technical Research Institute) arrived and using parts from 
					other abandoned aircraft, the bomber was repaired to flying condition and test flown at Bandoeng 
					airfield (Bandung), Java. Flown to Tachikawa airfield, Tokyo, Japan. Repainted with the Japanese 
					Hinomaru (rising sun) markings and a white fuselage stripe, and displayed as a war prize. 
					IJAAF Koku Gijutsu Kenkyujo [Air Technical Research Laboratory], Tachikawa, Tokyo for Army flight 
					experiments and testing.
				2472 (MSN 2283) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 24Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East 
					Air Force in Java]. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route. Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 15Jan42. The bomber was one of 
					eight on a mission to bomb a Japanese invasion force making a landing at Balikpapan, Borneo 25Jan42. A
					large force of enemy fighters intercepted the bombers, most of which suffered battle damage, 
					and experienced bad weather that consumed more fuel than anticipated. This bomber returned 
					towards home base and made it as far as Soerabaja, Java. Battle damaged on a mission over 
					Balikpapan, Borneo 3Feb42. A force of Japanese Zero fighters intercepted and attacked the bomber 
					after leaving Balikpapan wounding two airmen. Accident during a mission to bomb enemy shipping 
					near Makassar, Borneo 9Feb42 (1KIA). The navigator passed out when his oxygen system failed and 
					died of anoxia. Damaged when B-17E 41-2497 collided with it after landing at Singosari airfield 17Feb42. 
					Evacuated from Java and flew the first planeload of airmen to Broome, WA, Australia 23Feb42. 
					28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia. 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Mareeba, QLD Nov42. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. 
					63rd Bomb Squadron, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Sep43. 
					This B-17 flew combat missions from 22Jan42 until 5Oct43. Accident 31Aug44. Scrapped at 
					Brisbane, Australia Oct44. Named OLE MISS II / STINGAREE II. Named after the Hollywood movie 
					Stingaree (1934). GUINEA PIG
				2473 (MSN 2284) delivered to McChord Dec 24, 1941; assigned to Project X Dec 25, 1941; transferred to Langley Feb 9, 1942; 
					transferred to Palm Beach Mar 11, 1942; transferred to Langley May 13, 1942; transferred to Olmstead 
					Feb 1, 1943; transferred to Occident Apr 29, 1943; RETUS Mitchell Jun 8, 1943; transferred to Great 
					Bend Jul 16, 1944; transferred to Chanute Dec 4, 1946; reclaimed for scrap Aug 20, 1946.
				2474 (MSN 2285) delivered McChord Dec 23, 1941.  To 7th BG, Hawaii Feb 29, 1942; Magpie Jun 12, 1942, transferred
					Glen Jun 21, 1942 Oham 15th AF Jul 8, 1944.  damaged in landing accident at Bari-Palese, Italy Jan 7, 1944.
					W/o Nov 12, 1944.  Also listed as arrived at MacDill from Bakersfield on December 27, 1941 
					as being designated for Project X and flown out to the Far East, leaving MacDill on January 1, 1942. 
					How it did not make it all the way to the Far East since it cracked up on landing at Freetown 
					ca. January 7, 1942.
				2475 (MSN 2286) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 27Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce 
					the Far East Air Force in Java]. Langley Field, Hampton, VA 4Jan42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 7Jan42 for 
					preparation for overseas duty. Crashed after engine failure during takeoff from MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 20Apr42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Forced landing 
					in a jungle clearing in Venezuela. Unable to continue to Java after the fall to the Japanese of 
					Palembang, Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, 
					Karachi, India. Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to Middle East Jul42. 
					United States Army, Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional Bomb Group, 
					RAF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 513th Bomb Squadron, 
					1st Provisional Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. RAF Abu Sueir, 
					Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair Facility (Project 19), Gura, 
					Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, Biskra, Algeria Jan43. Ain M'lila, Constantine, Algeria 17Jan43. 
					Saint-Donat, Constantine, Algeria 6Mar43. Returned to US. Salvaged 7Aug43.  Named JUNGLE JIM..
				2476 (MSN 2287) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 24Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East 
					Air Force in Java]. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 26Jan42. Djokjakarta, 
					Java 27Jan42. {first combat mission 29Jan42}. The aircraft took off from Singosari airfield, 
					Malang, Java on a mission against Balikpapan, Borneo on 29Jan42. Returning, the 
					formation was attacked by Japanese fighters and the plane was hit in the tail. It began 
					losing altitude and speed and was protected by the other bombers. After completing 
					another bomb run over ships off Balikpapan, the formation turned back to base but enemy 
					fighters persisted in attacks. Losing speed, the aircraft fell behind and looked for a 
					place to crash land. Descending to roughly 4,000ft, suddenly the plane dived down, 
					the elevators were torn off and the B-17 crashed nose first into Makassar Strait off 
					south-eastern Borneo (9MIA.
				2477 (MSN 2288) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 29Dec41. Langley Field, 
					Hampton, VA 3Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 7th Bomb Group. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Unable to continue to Java after 
					the fall to the Japanese of Palembang, Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group, Karachi, India. Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to Middle 
					East Jul42. United States Army, Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional Bomb 
					Group, RAF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 513th 
					Bomb Squadron, 1st Provisional Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. 
					RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair Facility (Project 19), 
					Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, Biskra, Algeria Jan43. Ain M'lila, Constantine, 
					Algeria 17Jan43. Saint-Donat, Constantine, Algeria 6Mar43. Returned to US. 2135th Base 
					Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL 12Nov43. Designated RB-17Q. 
					4115th Base Unit (Spokane Air Technical Service Command), Pendleton Field, OR 6Oct44. 
					Rome Air Depot, NY 12Dec44. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR f
					or storage and disposal 8Jan46. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment 
					Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.
				2478 (MSN 2289) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 26Dec41. Langley Field, Hampton, VA. 
					Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation 
					for overseas duty. Headquarters Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java on 28Jan42. Strafed on 
					ground by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of Tainan K?k?tai and destroyed by fire at 
					Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 20Feb42. Salvaged. Abandoned at Singosari airfield when 
					American personnel withdrew 27Feb42. Captured by the Japanese.  
					Also reported as having crashed somewhere in Africa while on supply mission to FEAF
				2479 (MSN 2290) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 27Nov41. Langley Field, 
					Hampton, VA 7Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 16Jan42 for preparation for overseas duty. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa route. Ditched on ferry flight with fuel exhaustion in Atlantic Ocean between 
					Nata, Brasil and West Africa 7Feb42. The crew spent several days in life rafts before rescue; 
					they ferried another B-17 over the same route late March 1942. SOC 20Feb42.
				2480 (MSN 2291)  Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 26Dec41. Portland AAB, OR 29Dec41. 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA 3Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 6Jan42. 19th Bomb Group 11Jan42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Destroyed on ground at Bandoeng, 
					Java 20Feb42. SOC 1May42
				2481 (MSN 2292) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 26Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce 
					the Far East Air Force in Java]. Langley Field, Hampton, VA. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation 
					for overseas duty. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route departed MacDill Field 11Jan42. 
					Piarco, Trinidad 11Jan42. Arrived Bandoeng, Java 13Feb42. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Djokjakarta, Java 14Feb42. Evacuated from Java and flown to Darwin, NT, Australia Mar42. 
					63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Mareeba, QLD Nov42. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), 
					Port Moresby, New Guinea 23Jan43. Accident during takeoff from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), 
					Port Moresby 27Aug43. Armed with two 1,000lb bombs and three 500lb bombs, a tire blew out at 95mph, 
					the plane ground looped and badly damaged. The crew was uninjured in the crash. Afterwards, stripped 
					for salvageable parts by the 481st Service Squadron. SOC 30Oct43. Named TOPPER, later referred to as OLD TOPPER.
				2482 (MSN 2293) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 28Dec41. Langley Field, Hampton, VA. 
					Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java] 13Jan42. Ferrying Command. Ferried 
					overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Crashed on take-off from 
					Parnamirim Field, Natal, Brasil 7Feb42 (9KIS). The plane was fully loaded with gasoline and was totally destroyed..
				2483 (MSN 2294) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 28Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the 
					Far East Air Force in Java]. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java on 31Jan42. Battle damaged 
					after takeoff for a mission to Balikpapan, Borneo 5Feb42. The bomber was attacked about forty miles 
					east of Soerabaja, Java, by a flight of eight Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of the 2nd Chutai. The plane 
					aborted the mission with failure of the top turret and the oxygen system was ruptured, returning 
					safely to Malang. The aircraft departed Singosari airfield, Java to bomb a Japanese occupied airport 
					at Kendari on the island of Celebes 8Feb42. While en route the formation was attacked by
					Japanese A6M Zero fighters of the Tainan K?k?tai over the Java Sea. The aircraft had its tail 
					section so badly damaged that it went out of control, falling from 17,000ft to 7,000ft before the 
					pilot was able to bring it under control. Unfortunately, by that point three crewmen had bailed out,
					believing the plane was not recoverable. Their bodies were never found. The damaged aircraft 
					returned to force land at Djokjakarta by the pilot without a co-pilot, navigator or maps and in 
					adverse weather conditions, landing safely with a wounded crewman on board (3MIA:1WIA:5RTD). 
					Damaged on the ground at Djokjakarta airfield on Java when Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters
					of the Tainan K?k?tai strafed the airfield 8Feb42. When the allies evacuated from Java, the aircraft 
					was deliberately set on fire and destroyed on the ground at Madioen, East Java 1Mar42. Named MORMON METEOR
				2484 (MSN 2295) Accepted by USAAF 30Dec41. Langley Field, Hampton, VA 31Dec41. 
					Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation 
					for overseas duty. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route departing 19Jan42, arriving in Djokjakarta via Bandoeng, Java 9Feb42. 
					9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Java 9Feb42. Crash landed Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 19Feb42. 
					Strafed on ground by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of Tainan K?k?tai and destroyed by fire 
					at Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 20Feb42. Salvaged. Abandoned at Singosari airfield when American 
					personnel withdrew. Captured by the Japanese
				2485 (MSN 2296) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 31Dec41. Langley Field, Hampton, VA 3Jan42. 
					Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation 
					for overseas duty 6Jan42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Returned to US. 
					Air Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 5Jun43. Des Moines Municipal Airport, IA 22Jul43. 
					3rd Ferry Group, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Accident landing Rosecrans Field, St. Joseph, MO 30Aug43. 
					Designated RB-17E. 553rd Base Unit, 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI. Damaged in 
					collision with parked Curtiss C-46A Commando 41-12375 at Stout Field, Indianapolis, IN 2Nov44. 
					Reclaimed 29Jun45..
				2486 (MSN 2297) Langley Field, Hampton, VA 31Dec41. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East 
					Air Force in Java]. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving in 
					Djokjakarta via Bandoeng, Java 7Feb42. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group 7Feb42. Evacuated
					from Java and flown to Darwin, NT, Australia Apr42. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group,
					RAAF Pearce, Australia 1Mar42. Used in McArthur's first rescue attempt-aborted 12Mar42. 
					9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group. Daly Waters, Australia May42. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group. Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, 
					New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via 
					Samoa and Christmas Island. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA 19Nov42. Pocatello Field, ID 28Nov42. 
					Pyote Field, TX 30Jan43. La Junta Field, CO 1Aug43. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 7Aug43. Mid-air collision with B-17F 42-5079, one mile east of 
					Lockbourne 19Dec44. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 4Oct45. 
					Named LADY LOU
				2487 (MSN 2298) Langley Field, Hampton, VA 30Dec41. Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX 19Jan42.
					 Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation 
					for overseas duty 27Jan42. Ferried overseas via the South Pacific route. 42nd Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group,
					Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 21Feb42. 72nd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group. One of at least 
					three SOPAC B-17Es modified as transports 1943 when the 5th Bomb Group transitioned to B-24 Liberators. SOC 11Jun44
				2488 (MSN 2299) McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 30Dec41. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, 
					Java 6Feb42. Departed Singosari airfield, Malang, Java to bomb a Japanese occupied airport at 
					Kendari on the island of Celebes 8Feb42. While en route the formation was attacked by Japanese 
					A6M Zero fighters of the Tainan K?k?tai over the Java Sea. This aircraft was badly damaged, 
					force landing at Madioen, East Java (1KIA). Strafed on ground by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero 
					fighters of Tainan K?k?tai and destroyed by fire at Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 20Feb42. 
					Salvaged. Abandoned at Singosari airfield when American personnel withdrew. Captured by the Japanese..
				2489 (MSN 2300) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					for preparation for overseas duty 4Jan42. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas 
					via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving in Djokjakarta via Bandoeng, Java 7Feb42. 
					9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group 7Feb42. Damaged during a mission against Japanese 
					warships at Palembang, Sumatra 16Feb42. Two transport ships and two barges loaded with 
					Japanese troops were crossing the Banjoeasin River. Attacking a transport ship on a bomb run at 1,000ft,
					the bomb explosions were so powerful that they lifted the bomber, tearing the fabric on ailerons and 
					elevators and the lower fuselage was damaged by bomb fragments. After strafing the ships the 
					plane was forced by bad weather to land at Batavia, Java. Fifth Air Force. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Longreach airfield, QLD, Australia. Departed from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), 
					Port Moresby, New Guinea on an afternoon mission to Simpson harbour, Rabaul, New Britain 26May42. 
					After dropping bombs on the harbour, the pilot dropped down to let thegunners strafe a military camp 
					on the edge of town. Turning back towards Port Moresby, the gunners strafed parked airplanes 
					on the Japanese airfields at Lakunai and Gasmata. Using excessive fuel, the pilot faced a problem 
					when Jackson Field was hidden by fog. Turning towards Horn Island, QLD and fighting astrong 
					headwind, the pilot shut down two engines to conserve fuel. This caused the bomber to steadily lose 
					height. Land was spotted with just fifteen minutes of fuel remaining. The pilot suggested that the 
					crew bail out but they elected to stay. Finding a flat piece of land, the pilot force landed safely. 
					When the sun came up the following morning, the crew found that they had landed in a field pockmarked 
					with waist-deep melon holes. The plane had force landed on the northern tip of York peninsula, QLD. 
					A rescue team arrived late on 31May42. After filling in the melon holes, stripping the plane of excess 
					weight and clearing the ground, the plane was safely flown out to Coen airfield, Cape York 
					Peninsula, QLD. {final combat mission 26May42}. Mareeba airfield, QLD, Australia 23Jul4.  2Took part in all Pacific
					battles except Midway, claimed 26 enemy aircraft.  . Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42.
					 Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42
					 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA. Participated in a War 
					Bonds tour in the United States Nov42. Geiger Field, Spokane, WA. Damaged in collision with parked 
					Lockheed B-34 Lexington AJ217 in a taxy accident by ground crew at Geiger Field 25Mar43. 
					Headquarters Squadron, Second Air Force, Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, CO. Accident 
					taxying at Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA 12Oct43; collided with parked Lockheed AT-18 42-55671 
					and Lockheed B-34 AJ366. 499th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill, KS. Fatal personnel accident caused 
					by mechanical failure five miles north of Junction City, KS 10May44. Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, CO 
					8Jun44. Smoky Hill Field, Salina, KS 12Jul44. San Bernardino Field, CA 31Dec45. Reclaimed for spares 15Jul46. 
					Named SUSIQUE / SUZY-Q
				2490 (MSN 2301) ) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 10Jan42. 52nd Bomb Squadron, 
					29th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL. .  Crashed in field north of Pendleton Field, Oregon Jan 17, 1942.
					8 killed.
				2491 (MSN 2302)  Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 18Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the 
					Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 23Jan42. 
					9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group 19Feb42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India 
					route. Unable to continue to Java after the fall to the Japanese of Palembang, Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, 
					India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Karachi, India. Accident returning with fuel exhaustion 
					from a mission to Rangoon, Burma 3Apr42. The bomber was successfully crash landed on a beach at 
					Bhatiapara, east of Calcutta. After minor repairs, the bomber was flown off the beach back to base. 
					Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to Middle East Jul42. United States Army, 
					Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional Bomb Group, RAF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber
					Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 513th Bomb Squadron, 1st Provisional Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, 
					Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair 
					Facility (Project 19), Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, Biskra, Algeria Jan43. Ain M'lila, 
					Constantine, Algeria 17Jan43. Saint-Donat, Constantine, Algeria 6Mar43. Middle East 11Jul43. 
					Central Africa Jun44. Returned to US. Boeing 17Jun44. Redesignated RB-17E. SOC 30Nov45.
				2492 (MSN 2303) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field,
				 	Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 4Jan42. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, 
					Java 5Feb42. Departed Singosari airfield, Malang, Java to bomb a Japanese occupied airport at 
					Kendari on the island of Celebes 8Feb42. While en route the formation was attacked by Japanese 
					A6M Zero fighters of the Tainan K?k?tai over the Java Sea. The aircraft was struck by incendiary
				 	bullets, the bomb bay fuel tank caught fire, exploded and crashed at sea near Malang, Java 8Feb42 (9MIA)
				2493 (MSN 2304) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 18Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce 
					the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. 7th Bomb Group. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route, arriving Bandoeng, Java on 19Feb42. 
					7th Bomb Group, Java 19Feb42. Strafed by Japanese fighters while parked at Bandoeng, Java 19Feb42. 
					Salvaged. Destroyed by US forces when Java was evacuated. {nil missions
				2494 (MSN 2305) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					for preparation for overseas duty 3Jan42. 32nd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas 
					via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving Singosari airfield, Malang, Java 7Feb42. 
					On landing, the pilot overshot the runway and the plane was destroyed at Singosari airfield. 
					{nil missions}  .Salvaged.
				2495 (MSN 2306) Portland AAB, OR 14Jan42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 22Jan42. 15th Ferrying Group, 
					Caribbean Wing, Air Transport Command, Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 26Apr42. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 13May42. Crash landed 
					with mechanical failure at Hendricks Field 16Aug43. SOC 5Jul44
				2496 (MSN 2307) Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 15Jan42. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 1Mar42. 
					St. Paul Field, Minneapolis, MN 14Mar42. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 10Jun42. Patterson Field, 
					Dayton, OH 17Jun42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 15May43. 2511th Base Unit (Instrument School, 
					Instrument Pilot), Bryan Field, TX 5Dec43.  To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge 
					Field, AR for storage and disposal 5Oct45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway 
					Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.
				2497 (MSN 2308) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 26Jan42. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route, arriving in Java 17Feb42. On arrival. overshot on landing 
					in the rain and darkness and collided with B-17E 41-2472 at Singosari airfield, Malang, Java. 
					Headquarters, 7th Bomb Group, Java 17Feb42. 30th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group. 
					46th Troop Carrier Squadron, 317th Troop Carrier Group. Departed from Jackson Field 
					(7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea transporting American and Australian troops 
					to Australia for furlough 24Mar44   During the final approach to land at Horn Island airfield
					, the nose began to rise unexpectedly and caused a stall and a quarter turn flat spin 
					from 250ft before crashing into about 4ft of water in a mangrove swamp near the edge 
					of Horn Island. (2KIA:14WIA:1RTD). Salvaged. Named TOJO'S NIGHTMARE. Remains of this
					 bomber are extant in the mangroves on the island
				2498 (MSN 2309) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 3Jan42. 14th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving in Java 9Feb42. 
					14th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Java 9Feb42. 7th Bomb Group. Strafed on ground by 
					Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters of Tainan K?k?tai and destroyed by fire at Singosari 
					airfield, Malang, Java 20Feb42. Salvaged. Abandoned at Singosari airfield when American 
					personnel withdrew 27Feb42. Captured by the Japanese
				2499 (MSN 2310) Delivered Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 10Jan42. Portland AAB, OR 
					14Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. Ferried Portland AAB, OR 
					via March Field, Riverside, CA; Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX to MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for 
					preparation for overseas duty. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. 
					Departed MacDill Field 1Feb42 to Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Waller Field, 
					Trinidad: Val de Cães Field, Belém, Brasil; Parnamirim Field, Natal, Brasil; Hastings Field, 
					Freetown, Liberia; Takoradi, Gold Coast; Accra, Gold Coast; Kano, Nigeria; RAF Wadi Seidna, 
					Khartoum, Sudan; RAF Khormaksar, Aden; Karachi, India; Colombo, Ceylon; Bangalore, India 
					to Asansol, Bengal, India. Unable to continue to Java after the fall to the Japanese of Palembang, 
					Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, India. Asansol, India 20May42. 9th Bomb Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group, Karachi, India. Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to 
					Middle East Jul42. United States Army, Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional 
					Bomb Group, RAF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 
					513th Bomb Squadron, 1st Provisional Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. 
					RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair Facility (Project 19), 
					Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, Biskra, Algeria Jan43. Ain M'lila, Constantine, 
					Algeria 17Jan43. Saint-Donat, Constantine, Algeria 6Mar43. Returned to US. Ferried Port Lyautey, 
					French Morocco to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24May43. Ferried Prestwick, Scotland to 
					Meeks Field, Keflavik, Iceland 25May43. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine) [63], 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 14Jun43. 4121st Base Unit (San Antonio Air Technical Service
					Command), Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 23Sep44. 3018th Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School),
					Kingman Field, AZ 18Oct44. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, 
					NM for storage and disposal 25Jun45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel 
					Corporation Jul46; scrapped.  Named JUNGLE JIM..
				2500 (MSN 2311) Langley Field, Hampton, VA 5Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air 
					Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. 7th Bomb Group. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route, arriving Bandoeng, Java on 19Feb42. 
					The plane was arriving from India and headed for Bandoeng when it was attacked by Japanese 
					fighters which had just strafed the airfield at Bandoeng. Badly damaged, the pilot safely landed 
					at Bandoeng, Java 19Feb42. 7th Bomb Group, Java 20Feb42. Salvaged. Destroyed by US forces 
					when Java was evacuated.
				2501 (MSN 2312) ) Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 18Jan42. Ferry Project X 
					[to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for 
					overseas duty 25Jan42. 7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route. At the end of the flight, while overflying Java, the aircraft 
					was attacked by enemy fire on 20Feb42 (4RTD). The pilot reduced his altitude and attempted 
					a forced landing in a paddy. The aircraft was damaged beyond repair
				2502 (MSN 2313) Portland AAB, OR 14Jan42. 7th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL. 
					Badly damaged while taxying 10Feb42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks 
					Field, Sebring, FL 6Sep42. Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 25Mar43. Pilot 
					School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 2Apr43. 3036th Base 
					Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), Yuma Field, AZ 13Nov43.  To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 26May45. War Assets Administration. 
					Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2503 (MSN 2314) Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty for preparation for overseas duty 25Jan42. 
					7th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route, arriving 
					Bandoeng, Java on 19Feb42. 7th Bomb Group, Java 19Feb42. Strafed by Japanese fighters 
					while parked at Bandoeng, Java 19Feb42. Salvaged. Destroyed by US forces when Java was 
					evacuated. {nil missions}.
				2504 (MSN 2315) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 6Feb42. 15th Ferrying Group, Caribbean Wing, Air 
					Transport Command, Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 20Feb42. 25th Bomb Squadron, 
					6th Bomb Group, Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone 4Apr42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 15Apr42. 
					Modified with a large antenna in the nose compartment and star with bar markings and spotted 
					camouflage. Returned to US. Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY 11Nov43. Materiel 
					Command Wright Field, Dayton, OH. 4136th Base Unit (Oklahoma City Air Technical Service 
					Command), Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 2Jan45. To reclamation Feb 9, 1945.
				Production changes: Sperry ball turret
				2505 (MSN 2316) First E-model with Sperry ball turret.  
					Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 12Jan42. Portland AAB, OR 14Jan42. Sacramento Air 
					Depot, McClellan Field, CA 20Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 22Jan42. Ferried overseas via 
					the South Atlantic / Africa / India route arriving in Djokjakarta via Bandoeng, Java on 10Feb42. 
					9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Java 10Feb42. Evacuated from Java and flown to Darwin, 
					NT, Australia Mar42. The aircraft took off from Cloncurry airfield and landed at RAAF Garbutt 
					near Townsville, QLD 24Apr42 for the crew to be briefed on their mission and bombs loaded. 
					Departed Townsville then landed at Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby in the early 
					evening to avoid Japanese air raids. Took off from Jackson Field on a mission against Rabaul, 
					New Britain 25Apr42. The B-17 was heard circling Port Moresby before heading away. It failed 
					to return from the mission and the crew was listed as missing in action [8MIA]. The aircraft had 
					crashed at 9,000ft into the southeastern upper slopes of Mount Obree, New Guinea, killing the 
					entire crew on impact. {29 missions}. While the searching for a Douglas C-47, this B-17 was seen 
					from air, but identity of wreckage was not determined. The aircraft was described as complete 
					from the trailing edge of the wing to the tail. The wreck was again spotted from the air during a 
					search for a missing Piaggio P.166 Mar61. A team from U.S. Army CILHI flew by helicopter and 
					trekked to the crash site 5Jul86. The team began clearing the site and mapping the locations of the 
					various parts of the aircraft. Three days were spent in searching the area, during which the 
					remains of several airmen were located. A second team from U.S. Army CILHI flew to the crash site 19Jun87. 
					They performed a recovery of the remains and located the rest of the crew when the cockpit section was 
					found in the bed of a small stream.  MACR 15500.  
				2506 (MSN 2317) Portland AAB, OR 14Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty 25Jan42. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route. Unable to continue to Java after the fall to the Japanese of Palembang, 
					Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Karachi, India. Dum-Dum, 
					Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to Middle East Jul42. United States Army, Middle East Air 
					Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional Bomb Group, RAF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber Command, 
					USAMEAF 12Oct42. 513th Bomb Squadron, 1st Provisional Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, Ninth 
					Air Force 1Nov42. RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair 
					Facility (Project 19), Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, Biskra, Algeria Jan43. Ain M'lila, 
					Constantine, Algeria 17Jan43. Saint-Donat, Constantine, Algeria 6Mar43..
				2507 (MSN 2318) Accepted by USAAF 14Jan42. Ferry Project X [to reinforce the Far East Air Force in Java]. 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL for preparation for overseas duty. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route. The plane was arriving from India and headed for Bandoeng when 
					it was attacked by Japanese fighters which had just strafed the airfield at Bandoeng. 
					Damaged, the pilot safely landed at Bandoeng, Java 19Feb42. With the fall of Sumatra to 
					the Japanese, this was the last B-17 to successfully reach the Southwest Pacific via the 
					South Atlantic / Africa / India route. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Java 20Feb42. 
					Evacuated from Java and flown to Australia 1Mar42. Ferried from Essendon airfield, Melbourne, VIC, 
					to Daly Waters, NT, then to Batchelor Field, near Darwin, NT. Departed to Del Monte, Mindanao, 
					Philippines on first McArthur rescue attempt 12Mar42. A mistake in transferring fuel caused gasoline 
					to overflow the bomb bay tank. To conserve fuel, engine power was reduced and the aircraft flew 
					at a lower altitude. Approaching Mindanao on a dark night, as the pilot started to descend for 
					an approach to the airfield, the aircraft hit the water [with the altimeter reading 1,200ft], bounced 
					into the air and then slammed back down nose first about one mile offshore at Iligan Bay, 
					Mindanao 12Mar42 (2MIA:2POW:5RTD). Two gunners in the rear were killed; the survivors reached 
					the safety of shore about four hours later.
				2508 (MSN 2319) ) Albany, NY 24Jan42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 30Jan42. 90th Material Squadron, 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 3Feb42. Accident landing at 
					Maxwell Field, Montomery, AL 13Mar42. Designated RB-17E. 450th School Squadron, Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 13May42. Damaged in ground collision with B-17E 41-9079 taxying at Hendricks Field 11Jul43. SOC 5Oct44
				2509 (MSN 2320) Albany, NY 22Jan42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 30Jan42. 452th School Squadron, 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 3Feb42. Landing accident at Hendricks Field 16May42. Reconstruction 
					Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 15Jun45. 
					War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2510 (MSN 2321) Albany, NY 22Jan42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 30Jan42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 5Feb42. 450th School Squadron, Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 4Mar42. Damaged landing with mechanical failure at Middletown Field,
					Middletown, PA 18Apr42.  
				2511 (MSN 2322) Albany, NY 22Jan42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 23Jan42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 13Feb42. 450th School Squadron, Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL. Accident landing with mechanical failure at Hendricks Field 3Apr42. SOC 3May44
				2512 (MSN 2323) delivered Cheyenne Jan 27, 1942.  To RCAF at Dorval, Montreal Mar 13, 1942.  To Great Britain for defense
					aid.  Force landed Hendricks Field, Sebring Apr 15, 1943.
				2513 (MSN 2324) United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 27Jan42. 
					Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK184 at Dorval, Montreal 19Mar42. 
					No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried Dorval, Montreal to RCAF Gander, Newfoundland 
					to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 31Mar-1Apr42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington,
					Lancashire 1Apr42. No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 1Jul42. Aircraft Repair 
					Department, Burtonwood Repair Depot 12Jul42. No.206 Squadron [VX-K], RAF Benbecula, 
					Outer Hebrides, Scotland 14Aug42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 10Sep43, for repair 
					on site. No.206 Squadron, Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 29Mar44. Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland 7Apr44, repaired in works. Awaiting collection 13Jan45. No.51 Maintenance 
					Unit, RAF Lichfield, Staffordshire 5Feb45. No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, 
					Hampshire 27Mar45. No.251 Squadron [AD-A], Reykjavik, Iceland 11Mar45. Damaged [category B] 5Jun45. 
					Reclassified category E (write off) 26Jul45. SOC.
				2514 (MSN 2325) ) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 23Jan42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 15Feb42. Transferred to 
					Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK185 at Dorval, Montreal 24Mar42. 
					No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland 
					to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 23/24Apr42. Aeroplane and Armament Experimental 
					Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, Wiltshire 7Jun42. No.220 Squadron [NR-E], 
					RAF Nutts Corner, Belfast, Northern Ireland 10Jul42. RAF Ballykelly, Northern Ireland 14Jul42.
					RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland. RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 23Mar43. 
					RAF Ballykelly, Northern Ireland. Base Air Assembly Depot, Filton, Bristol 26Mar43. 
					Marshalls of Cambridge 31Mar43, for repair on site. No.220 Squadron, RAF Benbecula, 
					Outer Hebrides, Scotland 6Apr43. Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), 
					Boscombe Down, Wiltshire 28Jan44. Bristol Aeroplane Company, Filton, Bristol. Fitted 
					with experimental Bristol Type B.16 Mk.I Nose Turret which housed a 40mm Vickers Type S gun 
					for use against U-boats of the Kriegsmarine. Flown to Llandwrog, NW Wales 26Jun44 where a 
					beached and derelict coaster was used as a target for air firing trials. Converted back to original 
					configuration. No.51 Maintenance Unit, RAF Lichfield, Staffordshire 19Aug44. No.3502 Servicing 
					Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 2Dec44. No.251 Squadron, Reykjavik, 
					Iceland 11Mar45. Damaged (category B), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 30May45. SOC 10Jul45
				2515 (MSN 2326) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 23Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 2Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI 5Apr42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK186 at Dorval, 
					Montreal 8Apr42. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried RCAF Goose Bay, 
					Labrador to Reykjavik, Iceland 9Apr42. Ferried to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 25Jun42. Scottish 
					Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland Jun42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire Jun42. 
					No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 1Jul42. No.220 Squadron [NR-S], RAF Ballykelly, 
					Northern Ireland 23Jul42. RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 23Mar43. No.218 Maintenance 
					Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 23Jun43. No.206 Squadron [X], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, 
					Scotland 12Aug43. No.220 Squadron, Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 19Mar44. Scottish 
					Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 15Aug44, repair at depot. Reclassified category E (write off) 29May45. SOC 13Jun45
				2516 (MSN 2327) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 20Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 2Mar42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, 
					serial FK187 at Dorval, Montreal 24Mar42. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried 
					RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 6Apr42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, 
					Warrington, Lancashire 10Apr42. Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), 
					Boscombe Down for B-17 type trials 24Apr42. Damaged when the tail wheel collapsed 1Aug42, 
					classified category AC. Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), 
					Boscombe Down 10Oct42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 11Nov43, repair at depot. No.218 
					Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 7Jun44. RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 2Sep44. No.3502 
					Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 27Nov44. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, 
					Scotland 20Feb45, repair at depot. Reclassified category E (write off) 12Jun45. SOC 4Jul45.
				2517 (MSN 2328) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 23Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 15Feb42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress 
					Mark IIA, serial FK188 at Dorval, Montreal 19Mar42. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. 
					Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 6Apr42. Burtonwood Repair 
					Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 9Apr42. Aircraft Repair Department, Burtonwood Repair Depot 25Apr42. 
					Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 26Apr42. DPCA, Burtonwood Repair Depot 9Jul42. 
					No.29 Maintenance Unit, RAF High Ercall, Shropshire 30Sep42. No.59 Squadron, RAF Thorney 
					Island, Hampshire 15Dec42. Badly damaged at RAF Thorney Island 30Dec42 when Handley Page 
					Hampden AE370 ground looped while taxying and collided with the B-17 (category AC). 
					Marshalls of Cambridge 8Jan43, for repair on site. No.59 Squadron, RAF Thorney Island, 
					Hampshire 29May43. No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 12Jul43. 
					No.220 Squadron [L], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 20Aug43. No.3502 Servicing 
					Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hants. No.220 Squadron [2-Z], Lajes Field, Terceira Island, 
					Azores 10Feb44. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 13Jun44, for repair on site. No.220 
					Squadron, RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire. Combat accident 27Jul44; for repair on site at 
					RAF Thornaby. No.220 Squadron [2-W], Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 15Sep44. 
					Ferried Lajes to RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire 6Nov44. No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), 
					RAF Gosport, Hampshire 18Dec44. No.519 Squadron, RAF Wick, Scotland 20Feb45. 
					No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 23Feb45. Landed after engine 
					failure 18Apr45, not repaired. Reclassified as category E (write off) 10Sep45. SOC 10Sep45.
				2518 (MSN 2329) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 23Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 15Feb42. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 24Mar42. 
					Used for ASV radar trials. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI 10Oct42. Transferred 
					to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK189 at Dorval, Montreal 18Oct42. 
					No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland 
					to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 4Nov42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 
					11Dec42. No.59 Squadron [S], RAF Thorney Island, Hampshire 11Jan43. No.29 Maintenance 
					Unit, RAF High Ercall, Shropshire 21Apr43. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 
					15May43. No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 14Jul43. No.220 Squadron [X], 
					RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 26Aug43. No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), 
					RAF Gosport, Hants. No.220 Squadron [2-X], Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 5Mar44. 
					Damaged when an engine caught fire on takeoff from Lajes 26Jul44. Reclassified category E.1 
					(write off) 15Aug44. SOC.
				2519 (MSN 2330) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 25Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 10Feb42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI 31Mar42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK190 at 
					Dorval, Montreal 1Apr42. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried RCAF Gander, 
					Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 15/16Apr42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland. 
					Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 22Apr42. Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE), 
					Farnborough, Hampshire 3May42. Long Range Air to Surface Vessel (LRASV) radar trials, 
					fitted with ‘stickleback’ aerials and all-white finish. No.220 Squadron, RAF Nutts Corner, 
					Belfast, Northern Ireland 10Jul42. RAF Ballykelly, Northern Ireland 9Sep42. Burtonwood Repair 
					Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 24Sep42. No.29 Maintenance Unit, RAF High Ercall, Shropshire 14Oct42. 
					No.206 Squadron [J], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 18Mar43. Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland 7Aug43. Damaged, category B, for repair at depot 19Aug43. Awaiting 
					collection 19Aug43. No.3502 Servicing Unit, RAF Thorney Island, Hampshire. No.206 Squadron [1-J], 
					Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 8Nov43. No.220 Squadron, Lajes Field, Terceira Island, 
					Azores 27Apr44. RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 8Jun44. Damaged 15Dec44. Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland 8Jan45, for repair at depot. Reclassified category E (write off) 5Feb45. 
					SOC 13Jun45. Airframe allotted to SCC 4Jul45
				2520 (MSN 2331) gden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 20Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 9Apr42. Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5May42. Assigned to Royal Air Force 
					but retained by USAAF. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation for overseas duty 27May42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 23rd Bomb Squadron, 
					5th Bomb Group, Hawaii 28May42. Hawaiian Air Depot, Luke Field, Ford Island. Installed with an 
					additional 0.50 caliber gun mounted on a ring sight which could be fired from the upper hatch of 
					the radio compartment. Ferried from Wheeler Field across the South Pacific to Efate Island, 
					New Hebrides Jul42. Accident taking off early morning from Efate Island for a mission to 
					Guadalcanal and Tulagi, Solomon Islands 2Aug42. As the plane began to take off the right 
					wing struck an unseen tree and turned the plane into parked B-17E 41-9155. All four propellers 
					tore into the nose of the parked bomber. Thirteenth Air Force. Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, 
					Solomon Islands. Took off from Henderson Field on a mission to a Japanese airfield at Kahili, 
					Buin, southern Bougainville 28Jan43. On return that night, the plane was badly damaged when 
					it was taxied into a jeep, ripping the skin on the tail and tearing off the rear gunner’s door. 
					Took off from Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands on an early morning 
					mission to a Japanese airfield at Kahili, Buin, southern Bougainville 27Jul43 (2WIA). Theplane had 
					just finished the bomb run when it was targeted by searchlights. Attacked and damaged by Japanese 
					night fighter but returned safely to base. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group. Returned to US. 2Sep44.
					Reclaimed 14Aug45. Named JAP HAPPY after the Japanese attack 26Jul43
				2521 (MSN 2332) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 25Jan42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 18Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 12Apr42. Lowry Field, 
					Denver, CO 8May42. Assigned to Royal Air Force but retained by USAAF. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA
					for preparation for overseas duty 29May42. 31st Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, 
					Honolulu, TH. 72nd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hawaii 30May42. Took off from Bomber 1 
					airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides on a mission against a Japanese airfield 
					at Munda, New Georgia 16Dec42. After bombing the target, the formation was intercepted by twelve
					Japanese Zero fighterss. A Zero made a head on attack against this B-17, damaging the No.1 engine, 
					causing it to overspeed and the No.2 engine was hit in the oil tanks. Neither propeller could be 
					feathered. During another attack, the ball turret was hit in three places and the nose was hit. 
					A terrible vibration began in the bomber and the pilot prepared the crew to bail out, but the B-17 
					stabilised. The damaged B-17 descended. When it began to lose control again, the B-17 was 
					successfully ditched into the sea about thirty miles from Minga Point and remained afloat for 
					one minute fifteen seconds. The entire crew survived the landing with only minor injuries, 
					deployed their life rafts and paddled to the nearest island. Later, a US Navy PBY Catalina
					landed to rescue the crew.  Named  G.I. ANGEL.
				2522 (MSN 2333) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 25Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 21Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI 11Apr42. 
					Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK191 at Dorval, Montreal 20Apr42. 
					No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried to RCAF Gander, Newfoundland and Prestwick, 
					Scotland 25-28Apr42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 30Apr42. Royal Aircraft 
					Establishment (RAE), Farnborough, Hampshire 30Apr42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 6May42. 
					DPCA, Burtonwood Repair Depot 9Jul42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 12Jul42. 
					No.206 Squadron [VX-N], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 4Aug42. No.43 Group Deposit 
					Account, RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire. Damaged landing at RAF Aldergrove 28Dec42 when landed 
					long on a runway being extended which was slippery with mud, ran off into banks of rubble 
					causing the left landing gear to collapse (category AC). No.206 Squadron [N], RAF Benbecula, 
					Outer Hebrides, Scotland 18Mar43. No.29 Maintenance Unit, RAF High Ercall, Shropshire 29Apr43. 
					No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 23Jun43. Flying accident category AC 14Jul43. 
					No.220 Squadron [P], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 9Aug43. Flying accident category 
					B 5Sep43. Marshalls of Cambridge, for repair on site 10Sep43. Reclassified category AC 15Sep43. 
					No.220 Squadron [2-P], Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 9Oct43. Damaged, for repair on site 
					11Jun44. RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 17Jun44. No.220 Squadron [2-P], Lajes Field, Terceira Island, 
					Azores. RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 11Jul44. No.220 Squadron [2-P], Lajes Field, Terceira Island, 
					Azores 31Jul44. Sunk submarine U-871 northwest of the Azores 26Sep44. No.3502 Servicing 
					Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hants. Overshot runway landing at RAF Gosport, Hants, 28Dec44, 
					category B. Reclassified category AC 5Jan45. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 12Feb45, for repair 
					at depot. Reclassified category E (write off). SOC 8Mar45.
				2523 (MSN 2334) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 30Jan42. Assigned to Royal Air Force but 
					retained by USAAF. 72nd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hawaii. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, 
					took off from Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel tank as one of ten B-17s on a flight to 
					Midway airfield, Eastern Island, Midway Atoll 31May42. Departed Midway airfield armed with bombs 
					and a bomb bay fuel tank on a patrol mission to bomb the Japanese fleet 4Jun42. The formation of 
					fifteen bombers divided into five elements of three bombers. Flying westward, the formation faced 
					clouds before spotting the Japanese fleet and circled looking for the aircraft carriers. This element 
					spotted four aircraft carriers and attacked the largest carrier Akagi. During the bomb run, this B-17 
					was  hit by anti-aircraft fire in the No.1 engine, electrical wiring in the bomb bay and the ball turret 
					was damaged. During the attack, the bombardier released only four bombs and went around again to 
					make another run. Returning, the bomber was flying at 25,000ft when intercepted by Japanese Mitsubishi 
					A6M Zero fighters. The bomber landed safely at Midway airfield. 98th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, 
					Hawaii. Hawaiian Air Depot, Luke Field, Ford Island. Installed with an additional 0.50 caliber gun 
					mounted on a ring sight which could be fired from the upper hatch of the radio compartment. Ferried 
					from Wheeler Field across the South Pacific to Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia Jul42. Koumac, 
					New Caledonia Jul42. It was one of four B-17s that took off from Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, 
					Solomon Islands on a mission against Japanese shipping off Shortland Island and Tonolei Harbor 24Sep42.
					Over the target area, approximately twenty Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2-N Rufe seaplanes made 
					determined attacks against the formation from the front and both beams. Damaged, the plane 
					returned safely to Henderson Field. Despite the attacks, this B-17 dropped its bombs on a cargo vessel, 
					which they claimed "took on a decided list" indicating it might have been hit. Thirteenth Air Force. 
					72nd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group 1943. Departed from Henderson Field on a night bombing 
					mission to a Japanese airfield at Kahili, Buin, southern Bougainville, New Guinea 20Mar43. 
					The formation was a mix of B-17s and B-24s flying in three plane elements on a diversionary 
					strike while U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps aircraft laid mines offshore, the first mine-laying 
					operations by aircraft in the South Pacific. Over the target, the bombers were to remain over 
					Kahili airfield for nine minutes to distract anti-aircraft fire and searchlights. This bomber was 
					hit by anti-aircraft fire that caused an overspeeding engine. Flying back to base, the plane
					 could not maintain altitude and was forced to ditch off the Russell Islands near Guadalcanal. 
					The crew survived the ditching unhurt. The next day, they were rescued and returned to duty. 
					Named GOONIE - artwork of a white albatross bird in flight; above the nickname was a shamrock.
				2524 (MSM 2335) ) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 20Jan42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 15Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 12Apr42. Lowry Field, 
					Denver, CO Feb5. Assigned to Royal Air Force but retained by USAAF. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA 
					for preparation for overseas duty 23May42. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hawaii 23May42. 
					Hawaiian Air Depot, Luke Field, Ford Island. Installed with an additional 0.50 caliber gun 
					mounted on a ring sight which could be fired from the upper hatch of the radio compartment. 
					Ferried from Wheeler Field across the South Pacific to Efate Island, New Hebrides Jul42. Battle 
					damaged on a mission to Guadalcanal and Tulagi, Solomon Islands 2Aug42. On the return to 
					Efate Island, the plane was attacked by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters causing serious 
					damage to No.4 engine. Took off from Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 
					on a mission against shipping at Tonolei Harbor off southern Bougainville 18Nov42. Over the target, 
					the Bombardier of the lead plane was unable to release the bombs so the formation started to 
					circle around for another bomb run. Appearing to head for home, the P-38 Lightning escort fighters 
					departed to chase some Japanese fighters. On the second bomb run, anti-aircraft fire was heavy 
					and nearly accurate. Just as the bomber was to drop its bombs, it was intercepted by Japanese fighters. 
					Twice the B-17 was attacked by fighters making head-on firing passes, concentrating on the 
					bomber's nose. The enemy fighters continued their attacks as the bomber headed home. 
					A main wing spar had been badly damaged. B-17F 41-24531 had been badly damaged during 
					the attacks and was escorted by this B-17 away from the target. It was losing altitude but able to 
					fly on only two engines. Having escape the Japanese fighters by flying into cloud, coming out the 
					other side found the bombers at just 500 feet above the sea and the pilot of #531 had little 
					choice but to ditch in the sea. The plane was ditched off Baga Island (Mbava), Solomon Islands 
					near Vella Lavella and the crew successfully deployed their life rafts. The pilot in #524 circled 
					the crew until they reached a beach and then dropped supplies before returning to Henderson 
					Field to report their location. Thirteenth Air Force. Returned to US. Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 8Dec43. 2137th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 28Aug44. Reconstruction Finance Corporation 22May45.
				2525 (MSN 2336) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 25Jan42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 15Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 11Apr42. Lowry Field, 
					Denver, CO 5May42. Assigned to Royal Air Force but retained by USAAF. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA f
					or preparation for overseas duty 27May42. Ferried overseas via the South Pacific route. 
					98th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hawaii. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, took off 
					from Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel tank as one of six B-17s on a flight to Midway airfield, 
					Eastern Island, Midway Atoll 4Jun42. 31st Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), 
					Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. Took off from Carney Field on an early morning bombing mission 
					to a Japanese airfield at Kahili, Buin, southern Bougainville, New Guinea 10Jun43 ). 
					Over the target at dusk, this bomber was last contacted by radio; the pilot reported a faulty 
					Artificial Horizon and wanted to abort. He was instructed to continue using the needle, ball 
					and airspeed but stated that he was not good at it. When it failed to return it was officially 
					listed as missing in action (MIA). (9 crew MIA This bomber was believed to have been lost in the 
					vicinity of the target area. MADAME X.  MACR 799
				2526 (MSN 2337) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 25Jan42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 15Feb42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 30Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI 17Apr42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK193 at Dorval, 
					Montreal 22Apr42. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland 
					to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 10May42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland. Burtonwood 
					Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 11May42. No.20 Maintenance Unit, RAF Berrow, 
					Worcestershire 17Jun42 for storage. No.220 Squadron [NR-H], RAF Nutts Corner, Belfast, 
					Northern Ireland 10Jul42. RAF Ballykelly, Northern Ireland 16Jul42. RAF Benbecula, 
					Outer Hebrides, Scotland 6Apr43. No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 6Jun43.
					No.220 Squadron, RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 23Jul43. No.3502 Servicing 
					Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hants. No.220 Squadron, Lajes Field, Terceira Island, 
					Azores 8Nov43. No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 18Dec44. 
					Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 24Feb45. Classified category E (write off) 29May45. SOC 12Jun45. 
				2527 (MSN 2338) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 25Jan42. Portland AAB, OR 27Jan42. Hill Field, 
					Ogden, UT 17Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 10Apr42. 
					Lowry Field, Denver, CO 6May42. Assigned to Royal Air Force but retained by USAAF. Hamilton Field, 
					San Rafael, CA for preparation for overseas duty. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 431st Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hawaii 21May42. 26th Bomb Squadron, 
					11th Bomb Group. Hawaiian Air Depot, Luke Field, Ford Island. Installed with an additional 0.50 caliber gun 
					mounted on a ring sight which could be fired from the upper hatch of the radio compartment. 
					Ferried from Wheeler Field across the South Pacific to Efate Island, New Hebrides Jul42. Accident 
					departing from Efate Island for a mission to Guadalcanal and Tulagi, Solomon Islands 2Aug42. 
					As the plane prepared to take off, a wing tip struck the wing tip of B-17E 41-9145, aborting the mission. 
					Battle damaged on a mission to find a Japanese task force heading for Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 24Aug42. 
					The bomber was damaged by anti-aircraft fire from the ships and attacks by enemy fighters. Returning to 
					Espiritu Santo, the island was engulfed in a torrential downpour and diverted to Efate Island where it was 
					found that the plane required patching of numerous holes. Lost at night on its return from a mission north 
					from the New Hebrides, Solomon Islands area in search of Japanese ships 14Sep42 (9MIA). During the 
					low-level attack on the ships, the plane flew through intense anti-aircraft fire which disabled No.4 engine 
					and caused the plane to lag behind. Reaching bad weather, it was not able to find the radio beam on its return, 
					and was forced to land in the sea, sinking thereafter. No remains of crew or the wreckage were ever found
				2528 (MSN 2339) Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 25Jan42. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 15Feb42. Tallahassee, FL 13Mar42. 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 18Mar42. ASTB, Wright Field, Dayton, OH. Accident landing at Saginaw airport, MI 28Apr42. 
					Patterson Field, Dayton, OH, 29Jul42. Alamogordo Field, NM 21Aug42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 7Sep42. 
					Alamogordo Field, NM 2Oct42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 10Nov42. 909th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, 
					Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. Damaged by landing gear drag link failure landing at Lockbourne AAB 19Mar43. 
					Damaged landing with mechanical failure at Lockbourne AAB 22Aug43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 6Sep45.
				2529 (MSN 2340) Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 25Jan42. Lowry Field, Denver, CO 27Feb42. San Antonio Air Depot, 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 16May42. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group. Ferried overseas via the 
					South Pacific route. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 13Feb42. 31st Bomb Squadron, 
					5th Bomb Group. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, took off from Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel 
					tank as one of six B-17s on a flight to Midway airfield, Eastern Island, Midway Atoll 4Jun42. Took off from Midway 
					airfield on Eastern Island as one of five B-17s on a mission to the northeast to locate Japanese aircraft carriers 
					retreating after the Battle of Midway 5Jun42 (1MIA:8RTD). The weather was cloudy to the north with heavy overcast 
					at 12,000ft and the bombers were unable to find the carriers. That evening the bombers located a heavy cruiser 
					roughly 425 miles off Midway and made a bombing run from 11,000ft. The cruiser maneuvered violently and 
					responded with with anti-aircraft fire. Returning from the mission near midnight the crew received conflicting 
					directions from the radar station then radioed that the fuel was exhausted. The plane ditched into the sea 
					west of Midway Atoll. It struck the water hard, shattering the Plexiglas nose, tearing loose several bulkheads. 
					The fuselage buckled at the waist gunner’s position and quickly sank. The radio operator was killed in the crash 
					but the survivors were rescuded by a US Navy PBY the following day.
				2530 (MSN 2341) United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 27Jan42. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 15May42. 449th School Squadron, 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 3Apr43. Crash landed caused by undercarriage failure at Hendricks Field 30Jul43.
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 24Jun45. 
					War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2531 (MSN 2342) Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 29Jan42. Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 29Mar42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 14May42. Wendover Field, UT 27May42. 
					449th School Squadron, Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL. Accident landing with mechanical failure at 
					Hendricks Field 19Nov43. Designated RB-17E. Crashed taking off at Hendricks Auxiliary Field, 
					Immokalee, FL 23May44. Salvaged. BUZZ KING.
				2532 (MSN 2343) Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 8Mar42. Air Depot, Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 11Feb43. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 25Feb43. Designated RB-17E. 
					Damaged while parked by TB-17G 42-97809 taxying at Hendricks Field 3Feb45. Reconstruction Finance 
					Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR for storage and disposal 9Oct45. War Assets Administration.
					Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.
				2533 (MSN 2344) ) Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 27Jan42. Missing on a sortie from Hendricks Field 
					over the Gulf of Mexico 15Apr42 [6MIS]. SOC 21Apr42.
				2534 (MSN 2345) Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 27Jan42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 20May42. Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 29Nov42. 87th School Squadron, 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL. Damaged landing at Hendricks Field 10Apr43. Damaged by a mechanic 
					in an accident at Hendricks Field 7Jul43. Salvaged 5Feb44
				2535 (MSN 2346) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 23Jan42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 31Jan42. 
					Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route. Unable to continue to Java after the 
					fall to the Japanese of Palembang, Sumatra Feb42. Tenth Air Force, India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 
					7th Bomb Group, Karachi, India. Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to Middle East Jul42. 
					United States Army, Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional Bomb Group, RAF Lydda, 
					Palestine 20Jul42. IX Bomber Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 513th Bomb Squadron, 1st Provisional
					Bomb Group. 376th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. 
					Overhauled at Gura Aircraft Repair Facility (Project 19), Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, 
					Biskra, Algeria Jan43. Ain M'lila, Constantine, Algeria 17Jan43. Saint-Donat, Constantine, Algeria 6Mar43. 
					Returned to US. Ferried Port Lyautey, French Morocco to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 24May43. 
					New Castle AAB, Wilmington, DE 29May43. SOC 5Jun44
				2536 (MSN 2347) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 29Jan42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia Mar42. Fifth Air Force. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group,
					Australia Mar42. Flown to Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 6Aug42 for fuel 
					shuttle mission to Rabaul, New Britain. Battle damaged during the mission against a Japanese airfield 
					at Vunakanau near Rabaul 7Aug42 (2KIA). Twenty miles short of the target, the plane was attacked by a \
					flight of enemy fighters. After the target, the enemy fighters renewed their attacks, killing one gunner, 
					mortally wounding another and destroying the oxygen system. Ferried Mareeba airfield, QLD, to Charleville 
					airfield, QLD for repair. 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Mareeba, QLD Nov42. 
					Failed to return from a Japanese shipping raid off Lae, New Guinea 22Nov42 [10MIA]. The aircraft was 
					one of six B-17s that took off from Torrens Creek airfield, QLD, on a mission against a convoy of four 
					Japanese destroyers reported off the southern coast of New Britain. Four of the B-17s failed to locate the 
					convoy. The other two B-17s, this and one other located the ships in the afternoon roughly sixty-eight 
					miles southwest of Arawe, New Britain, and made an unsuccessful attack. During the second attack, 
					on the Hiyodori and Otori which were transporting food to Lae, the plane was struck by anti-aircraft 
					fire in the radio compartment setting it on fire. Six parachutes were seen to open before the bomber 
					impacted the sea. The ship they were attacking was last seen turning towards the airmen in the water 
					and the Hiyodori rescued at least one of the crew members but there were no reports of any of the crew
					 being captured or reported as Prisoners Of War (POW). 
				2537 (MSN 2348) delivered to Wright Field Jan 29, 1942; transferred to Midland Jan 5, 1943; transferred to Wright Jan 21, 1943; 
					transferred to Biggs Mar 10, 1943; transferred to Oklahoma City Apr 23, 1943; transferred to Wright 
					Apr 29, 1943. Reclaimed for scrap Mar 20, 1946.
				2538 (MSN 2349) Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 29Jan42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 7Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 1May42. Salt Lake City AAB, UT 
					1Jun42. Wendover Field, UT 10Jun42. 368th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT Jul42. 
					306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 12Aug42. 
					4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 6Sep42. Pyote Field, TX 14Jan43. Barksdale Field, 
					Bossier City, LA 27Feb43. 909th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. 
					Damaged landing at Lockbourne AAB 19Aug43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM for stor.
				2539 (MSN 2350) Wright Field, Dayton, OH 26Jan42. Muroc Field, CA 12Jul42. Wright Field, 
					Dayton, OH 17Jul42. Bolling Field, Washington, DC 10Dec42. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 26Mar43. 
					Damaged when parked by Consolidated B-24D Liberator 42-40092 taxying at Wright Field 31Mar43. 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 24Apr43. Participated in mid-air refueling tests. Air Service Command, 
					Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 13May43. Designated RB-17E. 2140th Base Unit (Pilot School, 
					Specialized, Four Engine), Smyrna Field, TN. Damaged while parked by taxying Consolidated B-24
					Liberator 42-7407 at Smyrna 22Jun45. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, 
					AR for storage and disposal 15Nov45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway 
					Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrappe.
				2540 (MSN 2351) Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 29Jan42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 7Feb42. 
					97th Bomb Group, Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. Dow Field, Bangor, ME 26Jun42. Westover Field, 
					Chicopee Falls, MA 28Jun42. Long Beach Field, CA 15Jul42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 26Aug42. 
					Tarrant Field, Fort Worth, TX 1Oct42. 7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT. Caught fire 
					and crash landed near Love Field, Dallas, TX 29Apr43. The crew was performing a demonstration 
					flight during a War Bond tour (although the aircraft was not a combat veteran) in the vicinity of 
					Clearview airfield, TX. In flight, the pilot encountered an engine fire and made a forced landing. 
					On touchdown in a pasture, the aircraft skidded for several yards before coming to rest. While all 
					twenty-two occupants were uninjured, the aircraft was damaged beyond repair. Salvaged. SOC 8May43.
				2541 (MSN 2352) Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 29Jan42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 7Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 14May42. Westover Field, 
					Chicopee Falls, MA 23May42. 368th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT. 
					Accident landing Wendover Field 9Jun42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, 
					MA 11Aug42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 29Aug42. 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group, 
					Alamogordo Field, NM 2Oct42. Landing accident caused by mechanical failure, ground looped 
					and burned at Alamogordo Field 6Oct42
				2542 (MSN 2353) Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 29Jan42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 10Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 4May42. 
					Wendover Field, UT 10Jun42. 367th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT Jul42. 
					306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. Alamogordo Field, NM 16Sep42. 
					McChord Field, Tacoma, WA 20Nov42. Midwest Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 2Dec42. Hill Field, 
					Ogden, UT 3Jan43. Napier Field, Dothan, AL 3Mar43. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 13Mar43. Written off 5Jul44.
				2543 (MSN 2354) Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 4Feb42. Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 12Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 9May42. 
					Wendover Field, UT 12May42. Ephrata AAB, WA 4Jun42. 367th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, 
					Wendover Field, UT 22Jun42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. 
					Gowen Field, Boise, ID 20Aug42. Topeka Field, KS 28Oct42. Sioux Falls Field, SD 21Nov42. 
					411th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID [Dec42]. Smyrna Field, TN 28Feb43. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. Crashed and destroyed by 
					fire at Baer Field, Fort Wayne, IN 8Apr43 (3KIS). SOC 18Nov43. SNOOZY
				2544 (MSN 2355) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 13Feb42. Sixth Air Force 2Mar42. 74th Bomb Squadron, 
					40th Bomb Group, Guatemala City, Guatemala 15Apr42. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX 3Jul42. Damaged landing at Guatemala City, Guatemala 28Oct42. San Antonio 
					Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 8Nov42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 1Dec43. 3rd Bomb Squadron, 
					6th Bomb Group, David Field, Panama Canal Zone. Damaged taxying Panama 6Mar44. Returned to US. 
					4136th Base Unit (Oklahoma City Air Technical Service Command), Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 8Jul44. 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR for storage and disposal 14Sep45. 
					War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.
				2545 (MSN 2356) Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 4Feb42. Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 12Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 12Apr42. 367th Bomb Squadron, 
					306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT 8May42. Damaged in collision with parked B-17E 41-9178 taxying at 
					Wendover Field 31Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. Hill Field, 
					Ogden, UT Aug42. Pocatello Field, ID 6Nov42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 20Dec42. Pilot School (Specialized, 
					Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 21Feb43. Damaged in collision with a truck when the brakes 
					failed at MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 17Sep43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR 
					for storage and disposal 12Dec45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, 
					Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.
				2546 (MSN 2357) Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 4Feb42. Las Vegas Field, NV 6Feb42. MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 15Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 21May42. 
					4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 11Jun42. Walla Walla Field, WA 19Jul42. 
					Topeka Field, KS 30Aug42. 339th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group, Albuquerque AAB, NM 16Oct42. 
					Lowry Field, Denver, CO 19Oct42. Topeka Field, KS 2Nov42. Crashed after fuel exhaustion twenty miles 
					north of Randolph, UT 29Nov42; crew bailed out safely.
				2547 (MSN 2358) ) 303rd Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. 34th Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan 
					Field, Tucson, AZ 14May42. Rapid City Field, SD 5Dec42. 317th Bomb Squadron, 88th Bomb Group, 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 14Jan43. Damaged landing at Walla Walla Field 27Jan43. 1174th Pilot 
					Transition Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 9Apr43. Mid-air collision with 
					B-17F 42-30988 at Lockbourne 4Nov43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 14Jul45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed 
					Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped. PER DIEM.
				2548 (MSN 2359) Accepted by USAAF 5Feb42. 359th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Group, 
					Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 17Feb42. 34th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, 
					Boise, ID 14May42. Salt Lake City AAB, UT 24Jun42. Salvaged 2Sep42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 
					30Oct42. Pueblo AAB, CO 28Jan43. Reclaimed 19Oct45
				2549 (MSN 2360) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 4Feb42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 15Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 5Apr42. 
					Wendover Field, UT 9Jun42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 10Jul42. 423rd Bomb Squadron, 
					306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, 
					Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. Alamogordo Field, NM 20Aug42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 5Nov42. 
					Designated RB-17E. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 3Apr43. 
					Forced landing caused by structural and engine failure at Hendricks Field 25Aug44. SOC 1Sep44..
				2550 (MSN 2361) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 4Feb42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 25Feb42. 
					427th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Group, Alamogordo Field, NM 19Jun42. Accident taxying 
					at Alamogordo Field 25Jul42. Rosecrans Field, Saint Joseph, MO 21Dec42. 20th Ferrying Group, 
					Houlton Field, ME 1May43. Accident landing at Nashville Municipal Airport, TN 8May43. Station 3, 
					North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME 1Jul43. Air Transport 
					Command, Lunken Field, Cincinnati, OH. Flown to Hook Field Municipal Airport, Middletown, OH 
					10Aug43. The Aeronca Aircraft Corporation and its employees were scheduled to receive the 
					coveted Army-Navy ‘E’ Award, presented for excellence in the production of war equipment. 
					The Award was presented to the company by high-ranking USAAF and US Navy officials and the B-17 
					was flown in for the ceremony by WASP pilot Nancy Love as part of her training schedule 
					to qualify as a pilot on the bomber. The largest plane to fly into the airfield, it was chosen 
					because Aeronca built elevators for Boeing to fit to the B-17. Flushing, MI 20Dec43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA for storage and disposal 6Jun45.
				2551 (MSN 2362) ) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 4Feb42. 358th Bomb Squadron, 
					303rd Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 20Feb42. Damaged in collision with B-17E 41-2563 
					taxying at Gowen Field 23Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal 
					Airport, WY 19May42. 358th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Group, Alamogordo Field, NM 19Jun42.
					 Crashed with mechanical failure during takeoff from Alamogordo Field, NM 17Jul42. SOC 21Jul42..
				2552 (MSN 2363) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 4Feb42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 18Feb42. 
					6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal 
					Airport, WY 3May42. 32nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Group, Alamogordo Field, NM 18Jun42. 
					Accident landing at Bowman Field, Louisville, KY 20Jun42. 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, 
					Gowen Field, Boise, ID 25Jun42. Damaged by structural failure landing at Gowen Field 6Dec42. 
					908th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 22Mar43. Accident landing 
					with mechanical failure at Lockbourne AAB 14Oct43. 908th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, 
					Lockbourne AAB. Substantially damaged when force landed with mechanical failure at Lockbourne AAB 1
					2Jan44.  To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 20Aug4.
				2553 (MSN 2364) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 30Mar42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 6May42. 
					Alamogordo Field, NM 18Jun42. Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 2Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, 
					Wendover Field, UT 21Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 12Sep42. Hillsborough, 
					Tampa, FL 23Jun43. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 4Jul43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal
					28Jun45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2554 (MSM 2365) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. Salt Lake City AAB, UT 27Mar42. 
					Wendover Field, UT 8Apr42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal 
					Airport, WY 14May42. Wendover Field, UT 28May42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 28Jul42. 
					369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 19Aug42. 411th Bomb 
					Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 14Sep42. 450th Specialized Pilot Training 
					Squadron, Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 1Aug43. Crashed after engine failure thirty-five miles 
					southeast of Sebring, FL 9Aug43. SOC 11Jul44
				2555 (MSN 2366) 1st Reconnaissance Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. 
					Accident landing at Pendleton Field 9Apr42. 7th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan 
					Field, Tucson, AZ 23May42. Accident taking off from Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 30May42. 
					Crashed on takeoff 20Aug42. Salvaged
				2556 (MSN 2367) 18th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. Damaged 
					when nosed over taxying at Pendleton Field 24Apr42. 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group, 
					Alamogordo Field, NM 3Aug42. Crashed on takeoff from Alamogordo Field, NM 10Aug42. Salvaged
				2557 (MSN 2368) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 30Apr42. 
					Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 26May42. Ephrata AAB, WA 4Jun42. Muroc Field, CA 5Jul42.
					Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 1Sep42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 8Oct42. Pueblo AAB, CO 11Jan43. 
					907th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. Damaged while 
					taxying in collision with B-17E 41-9142 at Lockbourne AAB 22Sep43. To Reconstruction Finance 
					Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 14Sep45.
				2558 (MSN 2369 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 14May42. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 15Jun42. 
					Blythe Field, CA 2Jul42. Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 1Sep42. Topeka Field, KS 28Sep42. Midwest 
					Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 27Nov42. 1173rd Pilot Transition Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, 
					Columbus, OH 30Mar43. Crash landed with mechanical failure and destroyed at Lockbourne AAB 22Jun43
				2559 (MSN 2370) 4th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. Crashed after 
					a radio range navigation error in the Blue Mountains, twenty miles south of Pendleton, OR 15Mar42 (7KIS). 
					The plane crashed into the Blue Mountain range at full speed, caroming from the peak to another 
					more than a mile away; wreckage was strewn over a small valley.
				2560 (MSN 2371) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 
					9Feb42. Salt Lake City AAB, UT 23Jun42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 13Sep42. Pilot School (Specialized, 
					Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 1May43. Damaged while parked by B-17F 42-29575 
					taxying at Lockbourne AAB 18Sep43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for 
					storage and disposal 4Sep45.
				2561 (MSN 2372) 18th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 5Feb42. 
					Crashed during a routine night training flight three miles south of Gowen Field, Boise, ID 16Mar42 
					(3KIS:2INJ). The bomber had signaled with its lights and was circling to land. Coming in on 
					the wrong runway, the pilot was radioed to make another attempt and apparently did not 
					see the wooded hills on which the plane crashed. The left engines and wing were burned 
					and the fuselage broken apart.
				2562 (MSN 2373) ) 7th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 6Feb42; 
					crashed 15 miles NW of Pendelton field Mar 26, 1942. Salvaged.
				2563 (MSN 2374) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 6Feb42. 358th Bomb Squadron, 
					303rd Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 19Feb42. Damaged while parked in collision by 
					B-17E 41-2551 taxying at Gowen Field 23Feb42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 3Sep42. Gowen Field, 
					Boise, ID 16Oct42. Midwest Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 5Dec42. Wendover Field, UT 5Jan43. 
					912th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 8Apr43. Substantially 
					damaged when crash landed after engine failure at Lockbourne AAB 10Mar44. Salvaged 11Mar44
				2564 (MSN 2375) 7th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 6Feb42. 
					Accident landing with mechanical failure and ground looped at Pendleton Field 3Mar42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 2May42. Wendover Field, UT 18Jun42. 
					305th Bomb Group, Muroc Field, CA 5Jul42. Walla Walla Field, WA 6Sep42. Rapid City Field, SD 1Oct42. 
					Topeka Field, KS 18Nov42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 15May43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 8Aug45. 
					War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped..
				2565 (MSN 2376) 18th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 6Feb42. Substantially 
					damaged when ground looped landing at Pendleton Field 25Feb42. Crashed into terrain and exploded 
					rwo miles north of Meacham, twenty-four miles southeast of Pendleton, OR 3May42 (7KIS:2INJ). The plane 
					was circling for a forced landing when it struck in the heavily wooded Blue Mountains and flashed 
					into flame. A Technical Sergeant, thrown from the plane by the impact, struggled three miles through 
					the woods despite serious injuries to notify officials of the crash.
				2566 (MSN 2377) 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 6Feb42. Crashed 
					after a mid-air collision with Curtiss P-40E Warhawk 41-24933 six miles west of Orlando AAB, FL 29Apr42 (6KIS).
				2567 (MSN 2378) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 6Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 9Apr42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 12May42.
					Ephrata AAB, WA 4Jun42. Muroc Field, CA 5Jul42. 1st Operational Training Unit, Air Transport 
					Command, Rosecrans Field, St. Joseph, MO 9Aug42. Middletown Air Depot, Middletown Field, 
					Middletown, PA 8Sep42. Accident landing with mechanical failure at Rosecrans Field, St. Joseph, MO 1Oct42.
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT 17Aug43. Designated RB-17E.
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK for storage and disposal 25Aug45. 
					War Assets Corporation. Sold to Paul Mantz 19Feb46; scrapped.
				2568 (MSN 2379)  Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 9Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 23May42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 21Jun42. McChord Field, 
					Tacoma, WA 20Jul42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 12Aug42. Midwest Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 5Dec42. 
					Pyote Field, TX 11Jan43. Air Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 31Jan43. 
					1174th Pilot Transition Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 30Mar43. 
					Accident landing with mechanical failure at Lockbourne AAB 18Sep43. Designated RB-17E. 
					912th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. Accident landing 
					with mechanical failure at Lockbourne AAB 11Apr44. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 14Jul45. War Assets Administration. 
					Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped..
				2569 (MSN 2380) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 6Feb42. 15th Ferrying Group, Caribbean Wing, 
					Air Transport Command, Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 22Feb42. 395th Bomb Squadron, 
					40th Bomb Group Rio Hato Field, Panama Canal Zone 27Mar42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 2Apr42. 
					San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 13Jun42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 24Jun42. 
					San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 2Nov42. Guatemala City, Guatemala 1Dec42. 
					Rio Hato Field, Panama Canal Zone 19Mar43. Landing accident at Rio Hato Field 10Apr43. SOC 2Oct43
				2570 (MSN 2381) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 11Feb42. 97th Bomb Group, Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 29Apr42. Sarasota Field, FL 23Jun42. Dow Field, Bangor, ME 29Jun42. 
					Wendover Field, UT 14Jul42. 423rd Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT Jul42. 
					306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 28Dec42. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 9Aug45. War Assets Administration. 
					Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2571 (MSN 2382) Accepted by USAAF 10Feb42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 10Feb42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 13May42. 91st Bomb Group, MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 25May42. Sarasota Field, FL 20Jun42. Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 28Jun42. 
					369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT 14Jul42. Damaged in collision 
					with B-17E 41-9188 taxying at Wendover Field, UT 23Jul42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 4Aug42. 
					Rapid City Field, SD 17Oct42. Pocatello Field, ID 6Nov42. Midwest Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 6Dec42. 
					Gowen Field, Boise, ID 7Feb43. 912th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, 
					Columbus, OH 31Mar43. Substantially damaged in an accident on the ground at Lockbourne AAB 18Sep43. 
					Designated RB-17E. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 31Mar43. 
					2114th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. 
					Crashed on fire at Amanda, OH 20May44 (3KIS). Salvaged 21May44..
				2572 (MSN 2383) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 17Feb42. Sarasota Field, FL 25Jun42. Westover Field, 
					Chicopee Falls, MA 28Jun42. 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT 19Jul42. 
					306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 24Sep42. Bolling Field, Washington, DC 12Jan43. 87th School Squadron, 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL. Damaged landing at Hendricks Field 28Apr43. Designated RB-17E. 
					87th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, 27th Specialized Pilot Training Group, Chanute Field, 
					Rantoul, IL. Crashed into terrain at Chanute Field, IL 23Mar44. Reclaimed 29Jan46
 				2573 (MSN 2384) Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 7Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 1May42. School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL 22Jun42. 
					Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 28Jun42. 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, 
					Wendover Field, UT Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 24Aug42. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR 
					for storage and disposal 17Jan46. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment 
					Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped
				2574 (MSM 2385) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 20Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 10May42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 26Jul42. Wendover Field, UT 6Aug42. 
					Gowen Field, Boise, ID 30Dec42. Modified for training, designated TB-17E. Pilot School (Specialized, 
					Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 25Mar43. Mid-air collision with TB-17F 42-31004 
					seven miles northwest of Arcadia, FL 21Jun45. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge 
					Field, AR for storage and disposal 19Dec45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway
					Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.
				2575 (MSN 2386) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 14Feb42. 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL. Crashed after engine failure taking off from MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 
					20Apr42. Salvaged.
				2576 (MSN 2387) Accepted by USAAF 9Feb42. Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 9Feb42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 21May42. 
					323rd Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 20Jun42. Departed MacDill 
					Field to Walla Walla Field, WA 25Jun42. Walla Walla Field, WA 29Jun42. Accident landing 
					with mechanical failure at Walla Walla Field, WA 12Aug42. Rapid City Field, SD 1Oct42.
					Pocatello Field, ID 6Nov42. Topeka Field, KS 12Dec42. Wendover Field, UT 6Jan43. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 30Mar43. 
					Designated RB-17E. 2114th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, 
					Columbus, OH. Accident landing at Lockbourne AAB 28Jun44.  To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 18Aug45
				2577 (MSN 2388) Accepted by USAAF 8Feb42. Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 9Feb42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 10May42. 322nd Bomb Squadron, 
					91st Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 25May42. Departed MacDill Field to Walla Walla Field, WA 22Jun42. 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 29Jun42. Pendleton Field, OR 11Aug42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 26Oct42. 
					Topeka Field, KS 1Dec42. 384th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT 2Jan43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 9Oct45
				2578 (MSN 2389) Accepted by USAAF 18Feb42. 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 18Feb42. 
					340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, May42. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 14May42.
					Air Service Command, Fairfield Air Depot, Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 26May42. Dow Field, Bangor, ME 31May42. 
					TDY Fourth Air Force 2Jun42. Ferried Dow Field to Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 2Jun42: Scott Field, 
					Belleville, IL 4Jun42; Albuquerque AAB, NM 5Jun42; Hammer Field, Fresno, CA 6Jun42. Returned to Dow Field
					via Scott Field, Belleville, IL 11Jun42, arriving Dow Field 15Jun42. Operation Bolero [tactical call sign F7XF]. 
					North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. Ferried to RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador. 
					Ferried Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 8Jul42. 
					340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Polebrook (Station 110), Northamptonshire Jul42.
				 	Flown as lead aircraft on first Eighth Air Force European combat mission. which was  to the Sotteville railway 
					marshalling yards at Rouen, France 17Aug42. The pilot was Captain Paul Tibbetts [who later gained fame
					as the pilot of Enola Gay which dropped the atomic bomb at Hiroshima, Japan 6Aug45]; the co-pilot was
					the 97th Bomb Group Commander, Colonel Frank A. Armstrong. 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, 
					Bovingdon (Station 112), Hertfordshire. Base Air Depot No.1, Burtonwood (Station 590), Lancashire. 
					457th Bomb Group [Z], Glatton (Station 130), Huntingdonshire 3Mar44. 11th Combat Crew 
					Replacement Unit, 1st Combat Crew Replacement Group, Bovingdon (Station 112), Hertfordshire.
					Became hack for Colonel Wilson, 77th Fighter Squadron [LC-Z], 20th Fighter Group, Kingscliffe (Station 367), 
					Northamptonshire 3Aug44. Salvaged at 1st Strategic Air Depot, Troston (Station 595), Suffolk 6Aug45. 
					Named BUTCHER SHOP / BIG TIN BIRD.
				2579 (MSN 2390) Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 8Feb42. 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 2Mar42. Accident landing at Drew Field, Tampa, FL 17Mar42. Gowen Field, 
					Boise, ID 18Aug42. March Field, Riverside, CA 15Nov42. Air Service Command, Tinker Field, 
					Oklahoma City, OK 4Feb43. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 24Feb43. Pilot School (Specialized, 
					Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 9Oct45.
				2580 (MSN 2391) 97th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 14Feb42. Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. 
					Dow Field, Bangor, ME 26Jun42. Muroc Field, CA 11Aug42. Walla Walla Field, WA 5Sep42. 
					96th Bomb Group, Pocatello Field, ID 6Nov42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 15Feb43. Force landed 
					after engine failure at Corrinne, UT 17Mar43. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 20Mar43. 907th Specialized 
					Pilot Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 23Jun43. Designated RB-17E. 
					Accident landing at Lockbourne AAB 30Mar44. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 9Oct45.
				2581 (MSN 2392) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 18Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 13May42. 360th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Group, 
					Biggs Field, El Paso, TX. Accident caused by mechanical failure taking off from Biggs Field 29Aug42. 
					Alamogordo Field, NM. 1173rd Pilot Transition Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 29Jun43. 
					Damaged landing with mechanical failure at Lockbourne AAB 1Aug43. 908th Specialized Pilot Training 
					Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. Accident caused by mechanical failure taking off from 
					Lockbourne AAB 8Oct43. Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force as Fortress Mark IIIA, serial 9207. 
					Arrived at Rockcliffe, ONT 1Feb44. 168th Heavy Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, ONT 2Feb44. 
					Used for VIP and mail flights to Europe and North Africa. Crashed at Prestwick, Scotland 2Apr44. 
					The aircraft was taking off from Prestwick bound for Canada. Witnesses saw the Fortress 
					lift off and then climb out with increasing steepness until it stalled and, still under full power, 
					spin out of control and crash into the ground. The aircraft was completely destroyed by the 
					impact and ensuing fire and the five Canadians on board were killed instantly
				2582 (MSN 2393) 7th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR 18Feb42. Damaged 
					landing at Walla Walla Field, WA, OR 19Feb42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 12May42. 
					Ephrata AAB, WA 4Jun42. Alamogordo Field, NM 16Aug42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 13Nov42. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 3Apr43. Flexible Gunnery 
					School, Yuma Field, AZ 18Oct43. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 25Jun45. War Assets Administration. 
					Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2583 (MSN 2394) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 17Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 8May42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 21Jun42. Hill Field, Ogden, UT 17Jul42. 
					Gowen Field, Boise, ID 17Feb43. 1173rd Pilot Transition Training Squadron (Four Engine), 
					Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 1Apr43. Substantially damaged when crash landed with 
					mechanical failure at Lockbourne AAB 12Jun43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 14Sep45.
				2584 (MSN 2395) Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 20Feb42. 21st Reconnaissance Squadron, 
					29th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 13Mar42. Collision with B-17s 41-9025 and 41-9030 
					landing at MacDill Field 27Mar42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal 
					Airport, WY 21May42. 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 27Jun42. 
					Accident landing at Gowen Field 30Jul42. Crashed after the pilot lost control landing and 
					collided with parked B-17E 41-2601 at Gowen Field 21Sep42 (6KIS).
				2585 (MSN 2396) Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 21Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 16May42. 411th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, 
					Gowen Field, Boise, ID 21Jun42. Accident landing at Gowen Field 23Oct42. Midwest Air Depot, 
					Oklahoma City, OK 5Dec42. Pueblo AAB, CO 5Jan43. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 11Mar43.To  Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK 
					for storage and disposal 6Sep45.
				2586 (MSN 2397) Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 22Feb42. 97th Bomb Group, Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. 
					United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 18May42. Walla Walla Field, WA 17Aug42. 
					96th Bomb Group, Pocatello Field, ID 4Nov42. 36th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Elmendorf Field, 
					Anchorage, AK. Mid-air collision with B-17E 41-9094 and crashed into a mountain in the Aleutians 21Jan43 (15KIA)
				2587 (MSN 2398) ) Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 22Feb42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 1Mar42. 
					97th Bomb Group, Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. 322nd Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 18Apr42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal 
					Airport, WY 21May42. Accident landing at Orlando AAB, FL 11Jun42. 322nd Bomb Squadron, 
					91st Bomb Group, Walla Walla Field, WA 7Aug42. Damaged by fire at Pendleton Field, OR 17Aug42. 
					Rapid City Field, SD 1Oct42. 96th Bomb Group, Pocatello Field, ID 4Nov42. Specialized Pilot 
					Training Squadron, Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 24Mar43. Crashed attempting to land in thick 
					fog into a swamp close to the runway at Hendricks Field 27Dec43 (6KIS). SOC 29Dec43
				2588 (MSN 2399) Accepted by USAAF 28Feb42. 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 28Feb42. Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 14May42. 
					air Service Command, Fairfield Air Depot, Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 26May42. Dow Field, Bangor, ME 31May42. 
					TDY Fourth Air Force 2Jun42. Ferried Dow Field- Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 2Jun42: Scott Field, 
					Belleville, IL 4Jun42; Albuquerque AAB, NM 5Jun42; Hammer Field, Fresno, CA 6Jun42. Returned to Dow Field 
					via Scott Field, Belleville, IL 11Jun42, arriving Dow Field 15Jun42. Operation Bolero [tactical call sign F7XB]. 
					North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME 21Jun42. The plane was dispatched 
					to accompany four Lockheed P-38 Lightnings from Houlton Field, ME to Presque Isle Field, ME en route 
					to England 28Jun42. The bomber ground looped when the brakes failed caused by mechanical failure 
					on landing at Presque Isle, dropping into a ditch and severely damaging the fuselage. Salvaged; 
					parts used on 41-9022. Salvaged 31Mar43..
				2589 (MSN 2400) Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 21Feb42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 5Mar42. 
					411th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 21Jun42. Flexible Gunnery School, 
					Yuma Field, AZ 18Oct42. Damaged during takeoff at Gowen Field 20Nov42. The plane was scheduled 
					for a night instrument takeoff check flight for a student pilot. The student placed the hood and 
					started the takeoff roll on instruments. At the point of rotation it was realised that the elevators 
					had not been unlocked. The pilot stood on the brakes, opened up an outboard engine and ground 
					looped to a stop, blowing the tires and burning out the brakes. 449th School Squadron, Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 31Mar43. 449th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron. Designated RB-17E. Crash landed at 
					Hendricks Field 5Feb44. To  Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM
					for storage and disposal 10Jun45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped
				2590 (MSN 2401) Accepted by USAAF 26Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne 
					Municipal Airport, WY 14May42. 91st Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 20Jun42. Accident 
					landing at Port Columbus, OH 20Jun42. Departed MacDill Field to Walla Walla Field, WA 25Jun42. 
					The landing gear would not retract after departure and was flown to Walla Walla Field with the 
					landing gear extended, taking several days and waiting for the right weather conditions to cross the 
					Divide out of Cheyenne, WY. Walla Walla Field, WA Jun42. Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 3Aug42. Modified 
					for use in trials of the Aeronca XM-108 ‘Grapefruit’ GB-1 Glide Bomb carried under each wing. 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH 25Sep42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, 
					Columbus, OH 22Apr43. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR for storage 
					and disposal 18Oct45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, 
					Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.
				2591 (MSN 2402) 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 12May42. 
					358th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Group, Alamogordo Field, NM 19Jun42. Damaged when ground 
					looped landing at Alamogordo Field 29Jun42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 7Nov42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 9Jan43. 
					1173rd Pilot Transition Training Squadron, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 24Feb43. Ground accident 
					at Lockbourne AAB 13Jul43. Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, 44th Pilot Transition Training 
					Group, Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH. Crashed after engine failure and fire at Atlanta Field, GA 9Aug43.
					To  Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 9Oct45.
				2592 (MSN 2403) Accepted by USAAF Feb42. 34th Bomb Group, Pendleton Field, OR. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 6May42. Alamogordo Field, NM 19Jun42. 
					91st Bomb Group 20Jun42. Walla Walla Field, WA 26Jun42. Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 18Aug42. 
					30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Pyote Field, TX 11Jan43. Destroyed by fire at Pyote Field 22Feb43.
				2593 (MSN 2404) Accepted by USAAF 24Feb42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 24Feb42. 91st Bomb Group, 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 20Jun42. Departed MacDill Field to Walla Walla Field, WA 25Jun42. 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 26Jun42. Middletown Air Depot, Middletown Field, Middletown, PA 18Jun42. 
					Converted by Boeing to a V.I.P. transport designated XC-108. With the exception of the nose and tail
					turrets, all armament was removed, as was all armor. Fitted with a B-17F Plexiglas nose with a 
					single 0.50 caliber machine gun with a chrome barrel. Also fitted with a navigator's astrodome. 
					The interior of the plane was made into a flying office with extra windows, cooking facilities, 
					and living space. To facilitate entry and exit, a drop-down door with steps was installed in the 
					rear fuselage. Ferried overseas via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. Used as personal aircraft for General McArthur Nov43. Departed Manila 4Aug45 
					with passenger General R. K. Sutherland, Chief of Staff, South West Pacific Area. on a flight 
					across the Pacific returning to the US. Wright Field, Dayton OH for major repairs Aug45. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR for storage and disposal 30Oct45. 
					War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped. 
					Named BATAAN - artwork of the outline of Luzon in the Philippines atop a blue background.
				2594 (MSN 2405) Accepted by USAAF 24Feb42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 24Feb42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 23May42. 91st Bomb Group, 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 20Jun42. Pocatello Field, ID 6Nov42. 19th Bomb Group, Pyote Field, TX 11Jan43. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 25Feb43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR for storage and disposal 23Aug45. 
					War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped
				2595 (MSN 2406) Accepted by USAAF 14Feb42. 97th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 28Feb42. 
					Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. MacDill Field, Tampa, FL May42. 91st Bomb Group, MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 20Jun42. Departed MacDill Field to Walla Walla Field, WA 25Jun42. Walla Walla Field, WA Jun42. 
					Hill Field, Ogden, UT 7Jul42. Walla Walla Field, WA Sep42. 383rd Bomb Group, Ainsworth Field, NB 19Mar43. 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH Mar43; used as a transport. Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 17Aug43. 
					Modified by Fairchild Air Service Command, Patterson Field, Dayton, OH to XC-108A experimental 
					cargo aircraft completed in Mar44. Modifications centered on making the Fortress into a 
					standard transport capable of carrying troops, large cargo, or injured personnel. 
					Armor and armament was stripped; the interior arrangement was reworked, with the radio 
					operator and navigator repositioned into the cockpit behind the pilots where the top turret 
					had once been. The nose compartment was rebuilt to provide for cargo, litter, or troop transport, 
					access being gained by either the crawl-way under the cockpit or a solid, hinged nose piece 
					that replaced the Plexiglas assembly of the standard B-17E. The bomb bay doors were sealed 
					and the bulkhead between the bomb bay and radio compartment was opened out. The bulkhead 
					between the radio compartment and the waist area was removed. Provisions for litters, cargo, 
					or troop-transport were installed in the former bomb bay and the rear fuselage. A large, upward-
					hinging cargo door was installed at the left waist position. This took 19,000 man hours. 
					4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN Mar44. Departed late Mar44 on ferry flight to 
					India via South Atlantic route; Miami, FL; Puerto Rico. The No.3 engine caught fire over the 
					British Guiana jungle, the fire extinguisher was not successful (the cause was an electrical fault) 
					but the pilot nursed the plane into Belém. Val de Cães Field, Belém, Brasil; Wideawake Field, 
					Ascension Island; Accra, Gold Coast to India. Air Transport Command, Chabua, India. Used for 
					flying ammunition over the Hump, returning with injured troops. Returned to US via North Atlantic 
					route Oct44. 1379th Base Unit (North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command), Dow Field, Bangor, ME 
					18Oct44. RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador; used for daily flights to Greenland. 147th Base Unit, 
					Continental Air Force, Dow Field, Bangor, ME 14Dec45. Last operational flight Dec45. 
					Salvaged at Dow Field. Sold as scrap c.Dec45. Acquired by local vehicle scrap dealer, cut in sections, 
					stored on local farm at La Grange, ME, 1945-1985. To Mike Kellner 1985 at Galt, IL 1985/92 then 
					to a farm at Marengo, IL for restoration to bomber configuration. Named DESERT RAT.
					The name "Desert Rat" was found during paint stripping and will be used for the restored aircraft.
				2596 (MSN 2407) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 24Feb42. 97th Bomb Group, Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. 
					Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 28Jun42. 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, 
					Wendover Field, UT 20Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 11Aug42. 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 20Aug42. 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, 
					Boise, ID. Accident taxying at Gowen Field 24Nov42. 452nd School Squadron, Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 19Feb43. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM 
					for storage and disposal 26May45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel 
					Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
				2597 (MSN 2408) Accepted by USAAF 26Feb42. 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL. Missing with crew May 6, 1942, believed to have crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.
				2598 (MSN 2409) Accepted by USAAF Feb42. Barksdale Field, Bossier City, LA 24Feb42. 
					97th Bomb Group, Sarasota Field, FL 29Mar42. 324th Bomb Squadron, 91st Bomb Group, MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 20Jun42. Departed MacDill Field to Walla Walla Field, WA 25Jun42. 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 28Jun42. Crashed and burned on Pikes Peak, seven miles southeast
					of Walla Walla Field, WA 15Jul42 (5KIS). The crew departed Walla Walla Field for a night sortie 
					to include beam navigation and night landings. Later, the bomber was observed flying low 
					heading south past Walla Walla and then turn east near the Oregon border. It struck the top 
					of several pine trees in the Blue Mountains close to Pikes Peak Road. It crossed a gully, struck
					two large trees, crossed over a ridge and into a larger gulley, stopping in a stream at the bottom
				2599 (MSN 2410) Accepted by USAAF Feb42. Lowry Field, Denver, CO 26Feb42. Hamilton Field,
					San Rafael, CA for preparation for overseas duty Jun42. Ferried overseas via the South Pacific 
					route departing Hamilton Field 6Jun42, arriving Australia 27Jun42. 28th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Australia. 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Mareeba, QLD Nov42. 
					Took off from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby armed with four 1,000lbs demolition 
					bombs on a mission to bomb shore installations at Simpson Harbor near Rabaul, New Britain 16Jan43. 
					While taxying to the runway, a red alert was sounded on the ground and the engines cut, 
					delaying takeoff until early evening. In flight, the fuse for the instrument panel kept tripping, 
					requiring the navigator and radio operator to perform their duties using flashlights. 
					Inbound to the target, the weather was bad but not rough. Arriving over the target just before 
					midnight, the bombers dropped their bombs individually. The plane made a good bomb run 
					but experienced anti-aircraft and machine gun fire which holed the tail section. No.3 engine 
					had been hit and began running rough, another engine was damaged as well as the wings. 
					Returning to base, the weather became worse and the pilot attempted to fly above and around 
					a storm. The plane ran low on fuel over the north coast of New Guinea, the crew believing 
					that they were near Milne Bay. All machine guns and ammunition were jettisoned to lighten 
					the bomber. The pilot elected to ditch along the coast and circled a calm area while the 
					crew took crash positions in the radio compartment. A final SOS message was transmitted 
					before the B-17 ditched close to shore to the north of Buna in shallow water with a sandy bottom, 
					roughly two hundred miles north of Milne Bay 17Jan43 (9RTD). Immediately the bomber began
					to fill with water. None of the crew was hurt, the life rafts were successfully deployed and
					used to reach the shore. Condemned 18Jan43. Was a War Bond aircraft; funded by residents of 
					Portland AAB, Oregon. Named TUGBOAT ANNIE. Named after the film Tugboat Annie (1933) that was based on the life of Thea Foss of Tacoma, Washington
				2600	(MSN 2411)  Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 3Mar42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 14May42. Ephrata AAB, WA 4Jun42. 366th Bomb Squadron, 
					305th Bomb Group, Muroc Field, CA 5Jul42. Forced landing caused by engine failure at 
					Muroc Field, CA 20Aug42. Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 31Jan43. Pilot School (Specialized, 
					Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 15May43. SOC 5Jul45. Named ESMERELDA
				2601 (MSN 2412) 4th Bomb Squadron, 34th Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 24Feb42. 
					15th Ferrying Group, Caribbean Wing, Air Transport Command, Morrison Field, West Palm 
					Beach, FL 29Apr42. Ferried overseas via the South Atlantic / Africa / India route, arrived Karachi, 
					India 7May42. 1st Provisional Bomb Group, RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt. Returned to US. 
					52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 22Sep42. Damaged while parked 
					in collision by B-17E 41-2584 which crashed landing at Gowen Field 21Sep42. 2135th Base Unit, 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 23Mar43. Forced landing caused by engine failure at Hendricks Field 11Nov44.
				 	SOC 21Nov44
				2602 (MSN 2413) Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 25Feb42. 15th Ferrying Group, Caribbean Wing, 		
					Air Transport Command, Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL 17Apr42. Ferried overseas via the South 
					Atlantic / Africa / India route. Tenth Air Force, India. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Karachi, 
					India. Dum-Dum, Calcutta, India 30May42. Ferried India to Middle East Jul42. United States Army, 
					Middle East Air Forces (USAMEAF). 1st Provisional Bomb Group, RAF Lydda, Palestine 20Jul42. 
					IX Bomber Command, USAMEAF 12Oct42. 513th Bomb Squadron, 1st Provisional Bomb Group. 
					376th Bomb Group, Ninth Air Force 1Nov42. RAF Abu Sueir, Ismailia, Egypt 8Nov42. Overhauled 
					at Gura Aircraft Repair Facility (Project 19), Gura, Eritrea Dec42. 301st Bomb Group, Biskra, 
					Algeria Jan43. Ain M'lila, Constantine, Algeria 17Jan43. Saint-Donat, Constantine, Algeria 6Mar43. 
					Returned to US. 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN 10Apr44. Caribbean Wing, 
					Air Transport Command, Morrison Field (Station 11), West Palm Beach, FL 8Jul44. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Bush Field, Augusta, GA for storage and disposal 2Jun45.
				2603 (MSN 2414) Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 26Feb42. 353rd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb 
					Group, Geiger Field, Spokane, WA. Accident landing at Geiger Field 25Mar42. Muroc Field, CA 5Jul42. 
					Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL 18Aug42. 411th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 25Jun42. 
					Geiger Field, Spokane, WA 2Sep42. 411th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Gowen Field, Boise, ID 1Dec42. 
					Mid-air collision with B-17E 41-9181 over Gowen Field, Boise, ID 15Jan43. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 21Apr43. Modified for training, designated TB-17E. Force landed after 
					engine failure at Lockbourne AAB 23Jan45. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for 
					storage and disposal 9Oct45
				2604 (MSN 2415) Davis-Monthan Field, Tucson, AZ 1Mar42. 364th Bomb Squadron, 305th Bomb 
					Group, Salt Lake City AAB, UT 19Apr42. Damaged taxying at Salt Lake City AAB 9May42. 369th Bomb 
					Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT 18Jun42. Crashed in the desert ten miles 
					south-southeast of Wendover Field 7Jul42 (all 7 onboard killed)
				2605 (MSN 2416) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 28Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 21May42. Weide Field, Edgewood Arsenal, MD 18Oct42. 
					Wendover Field, UT 1Feb43. 451st Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Hendricks Field, 
					Sebring, FL 31Mar43. Accident on the ground at Hendricks Field 27Sep43. SOC 5Jul44
				2606 (MSN 2417) MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 27Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 25May42. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, 
					Columbus, OH. Damaged when ground looped landing at Lockbourne AAB 30Apr43 
				2607 (MSN 2418)MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 26Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 1May42. Sarasota Field, FL 23Jun42. 367th Bomb Squadron, 
					306th Bomb Group, Wendover Field, UT 15Jul42. 306th Bomb Group, Westover Field, Chicopee 
					Falls, MA 11Aug42. SOC 26Mar43
				2608 (MSN 2419) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 22Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 25Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI 14Apr42. Delivered to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark II, serial FK195 at Dorval, 
					Montreal 20Apr42. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal. Ferried RCAF Gander, 
					Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 28Apr42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 30Apr42. 
					Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 30Apr42. No.48 Maintenance Unit, 
					RAF Hawarden, Flintshire, Wales 4Jun42. Aeroplane and Armament Experimental
					Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, Wiltshire 6Jun42, assignment cancelled. Royal Aircraft 
					Establishment (RAE), Farnborough, Hampshire 10Jun42. No.206 Squadron [VX-L], RAF Benbecula, 
					Outer Hebrides, Scotland 19Aug42. Marshalls of Cambridge 1Dec42, for repair on site. 
					No.206 Squadron [L], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 22Jan43. Damaged submarine U-614 
					in the Atlantic west of Scotland affected diving capability, forcing the boat to return to St.Nazaire 9Feb43. 
					Sunk submarine U-469 in the North Atlantic south of Iceland 25Mar43. Submarine U-169 was sunk 
					in the North Atlantic between Iceland and the Outer Hebrides 27Mar43. No.29 Maintenance Unit, 
					RAF High Ercall, Shropshire 30Apr43. No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 18May43. 
					No.206 Squadron [L], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 25Jul43. Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland 9Sep43, for repair at depot. Damaged while parked by B-17G 42-31238 
					which ground looped at Prestwick, Scotland 12Nov43. Reclassified category E (write off) 27Apr44. SOC.
				2609 (MSN 2420) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 8May42. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA for preparation 
					for overseas duty 28May42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then 
					across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 19th Bomb Group, Australia 13Jul42. 63rd Bomb 
					Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. 
					65th Bomb Squadron, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. Took off 
					from Jackson Field on an early mission to Simpson Harbor, Rabaul, New Britain 16Feb43. 
					Cruising around looking for a hole in the undercast, suddenly a hole opened up right above 
					the target. The plane was caught by searchlights and experienced intense anti-aircraft fire. 
					After dropping bombs on the harbour, numerous shells and shrapnel struck the bomber. 
					A shell hit the left wing, went through the fuel tank and out the other side without exploding. 
					Another shell hit the right wing and exploded damaging the aileron and control cables. 
					Unable to take evasive action, the plane had to fly straight ahead until out of the range of searchlights. 
					With care, the pilot was able to return home through bad weather to land safely at Port Moresby. 
					Severely battle damaged during the Battle of the Bismarck Sea on a mission against a Japanese 
					convoy of transports and destroyers bound for Lae 3Mar43. Over the target this aircraft was 
					attacked by Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters which were also flying through heavy 
					anti-aircraft fire. The bomb sight, hydraulic and oxygen systems were all disabled during the fighter attacks. 
					Fabric had been torn off the tail and bullet holes riddled the rudder, wings and fuselage. Three airmen 
					had been wounded, the ball turret ws inoperative and the top turret jammed when the guns overheated. 
					The pilot dropped down to 4,000 feet and made a bomb run on a Japanese destroyer. Returning to Port 
					Moresby, the engines were not producing full power and fuel was leaking. Without brakes and landing 
					fast with elevator control, the pilot managed to land safely. Trying to stop the bomber, the pilot 
					ground looped the plane and ran off the runway into some mud to stop. Severely battle damaged 
					on a reconnaissance mission to Bismarck Archipelago, New Guinea 17May43 (3WIA). The pilot 
					dropped three bombs on the runway of the Japanese airfield at Gasmata, New Guinea. Unfortunately 
					a fourth bomb hung-up and before it could be released, no.4 engine was struck by anti-aircraft fire 
					and hit the plane on the nose, setting the bomber on fire. Another anti-aircraft shell tore a large hole 
					in the right wing. Then another shell wounded the pilot and setting fire to the bomb bay fuel tank. 
					Fortunately crew members managed to jettison the fuel tank and remaining bomb. The fire in the nose 
					was extinguished as the pilot headed home but then was attacked by enemy fighters. The bomber 
					was strafed, further wounding the pilot but he was able to negotiate the Owen Stanley mountains 
					and arrived at Port Moresby. Landing, the left main wheel tire was deflated and the wing dragged 
					along the ground, helping to stop the plane. 13th Air Depot Group, Tontouta, New Caledonia. 
					Salvaged and repaired. Returned to US. Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA 22Jul44. Air Service Command, 
					Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 14Sep44. Reclaimed 9Feb45. Named LOOSE GOOSE..
					2610 (MSN 2421) Assigned to Royal Air Force, serial KH998. Retained by USAAF. Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, 
						Ogden, UT 22Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 27Mar42. 
						23rd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hawaii 22May42. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group. 
					Hawaiian Air Depot, Luke Field, Ford Island. Installed with an additional 0.50 caliber gun mounted 
					on a ring sight which could be fired from the  upper hatch of the radio compartment. Ferried from 
					Wheeler Field across the South Pacific to Efate Island, New Hebrides Jul42. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Aug42. Battle damaged on a mission to find a Japanese task force 
					heading for Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 24Aug42 (5KIA). The bomber was damaged by anti
					-aircraft fire from the ships and attacks by enemy fighters. Returning to Espiritu Santo, the island 
					was engulfed in a torrential downpour. The No.4 engine failed as the plane approached to land, 
					went into a steep bank and crashed into a small hill on the edge of the airfield. SOC 15Jun44..
				2611 (MSN 2422) Assigned to Royal Air Force, serial KH999. Retained by USAAF. Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, \
					Ogden, UT 22Feb42. Lowry Field, Denver, CO 4May42. 26th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group,
					Hawaii, TH. Installed with an additional 0.50 caliber gun mounted on a ring sight which could 
					be fired from the upper hatch of the radio compartment. Ferried from Wheeler Field across the 
					South Pacific to Efate Island, New Hebrides Jul42. Took off from Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides and landed at Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon 
					Islands to refuel then took off again on a bombing mission against Tonolei Harbor, southeast 
					Bougainville 29Sep42. Over the target was thick fog, the formation dove down to make their 
					bombing run and were attacked by fifteen Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters. The formation 
					was unable to locate the target due to bad weather and instead patrolled the western coast of 			
					Bougainville before spotting a Japanese cruiser which the formation bombed from 5,500ft. During 
					the bomb run, the bomb release mechanism failed and made a second bomb run, facing heavy 
					anti-aircraft fire. The bomber had sustained damage from the attack by enemy fighters and 
					anti-aircraft fire. Took off from Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands armed 
					with two 1,000 pound bombs on a bombing mission against a Japanese airfield at Buka, Bougainville, 
					New Guinea 13Oct42. The weather was poor with a storm as the plane started the bomb run. 
					Over the target, the crew observed fighters taking off and soon afterwards began attacks. Two 
					bombers made a run on a secondary target at Erventa Harbor (Buin Harbor) on southern Bougainville. 
					They were targeted by the Japanese fighters. Over Erventa Harbor (Buin Harbor), the crew spotted 
					thirty-four ships and attempted a bomb run from 11,000ft in the face of anti-aircraft fire and 
					claimed hits on a cruiser and transport while being attacked by ten Zero fighters. The B-17 sustained 
					some damage and returned to Henderson Field to find it under attack by a Japanese air raid. 
					It had to circle as the attackers were intercepted and damage to the runway was repaired. 
					After landing safely, the bomber was dispersed when a second air raid commenced but not 
					damaged. 31st Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, 
					Solomon Islands. 23rd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 15Jun43. 13th Air Depot Group, Tontouta, New Caledonia Oct43. 
					Returned to US. 2135th Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL 17Jan44. 
					Kingman, AZ 20Nov44. 	To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM 
					for storage and disposal 16Jun45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped
				2612 (MSN 2423) Assigned to Royal Air Force. Retained by USAAF. Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, 
					Ogden, UT 22Feb42. Lowry Field, Denver, CO 4May42. 72nd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, 
					Hawaii 26May42. Written off 15Jun44..
				2613 (MSN 2424) Assigned to Royal Air Force. Retained by USAAF. Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, 
					Ogden, UT 22Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 29May42. 
					72nd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hawaii 3Jun42. Missing in action, ditched off Santa Isabel, 
					Solomon Islands 13Apr43. The crew reached shore and were rescued by a US Navy PBY later that day. 
					SOC 31Oct44. Named LUCKY 13.
				2614 (MSN 2425) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 22Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 28Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI 27May42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK199. No.45 Group, 
					Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal 19Jun42. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, 
					Scotland 25Jun42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 25Jun42. Burtonwood Repair Depot. No.1445 
					(Ferry Training) Flight, RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire 6Jul42. No.220 Squadron [NR-R], RAF Nutts Corner, 
					Belfast, Northern Ireland 10Jul42. RAF Ballykelly, Northern Ireland 23Jul42. RAF Aldergrove, Northern 
					Ireland Feb43. RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 23Mar43. No.1 (Coastal) Operational Training 
					Unit, RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 31Aug43. No.1674 Heavy Conversion Unit, RAF Longtown, 
					Cumberland 26Oct43. No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 9Jan44. No.206 Squadron, 
					Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 9Mar44. No.247 Group Detachment, RAF Bircham Newton, Norfolk 31Mar44
					for storage. RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 13Apr44 for overhaul. Scottish Aviation 13Jun44, for 
					repair on site. RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 13Jul44. No.220 Squadron Lajes Field, Terceira Island, 
					Azores 22Aug44. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 25Nov44, for repair at depot. 
					Reclassified category E (write off) 1Jun45. SOC 14Jun45..
				2615 (MSN 2426) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 22Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 26Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI 11Apr42. 
					Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK192. No.45 Group, Dorval, Montreal 14Apr42. 
					Used for training and transportation by Ferry Command. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, 
					Scotland 15/16May43. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 16May43. No.12 Maintenance Unit, RAF Kirkbride, 
					Cumberland 20May43. Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment (A&AEE), Boscombe Down, 
					Wiltshire 11Jun43. High Altitude Flight, Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE), Farnborough, Hampshire 
					11Jun43. Used for meteorological research, reached 35,000ft on 22Dec43. Flown to Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland 7Sep44 for modification. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 20Sep44. Awaiting 
					collection 17Feb45. No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 2Mar45. Damaged 
					category B 15Mar45. No.51 Maintenance Unit, RAF Lichfield, Staffordshire 24May45. No.34 Maintenance 
					Unit, RAF Montford Bridge, Salop 10Sep45. SOC 18Sep45.
				2616 (MSN 2427) Assigned to Royal Air Force. Retained by USAAF. Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 22Feb42. 
					98th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hawaii 24May42. 7th Bomb Group. Painted overall blue at the Hawaiian 
					Air Depot as a test for over water patrols. Hawaiian Air Depot, Luke Field, Ford Island. Installed with an 
					additional 0.50 caliber gun mounted on a ring sight which could be fired from the upper hatch of the radio 
					compartment. Ferried from Wheeler Field across the South Pacific to Plaine De Gaiacs, New Caledonia Jul42. 
					Koumac, New Caledonia Jul42. It was one of four B-17s that took off from Henderson Field (Cactus), 
					Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands on a mission against Japanese shipping off Shortland Island and Tonolei 
					Harbor 24Sep42. Over the target area, approximately twenty Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2-N Rufe seaplanes 
					made determined attacks against the formation from the front and both beams. Damaged, the plane 
					returned safely to Henderson Field. Took off from Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, 
					New Hebrides and landed at Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands to refuel then 
					took off again on a bombing mission against Tonolei Harbor, southeast Bougainville 29Sep42
					Over the target was thick fog, the formation dove down to make their bombing run and were 
					attacked by fifteen Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters. The formation was unable to locate the target 
					due to bad weather and instead patrolled the western coast of Bougainville before spotting a Japanese 
					cruiser which the formation bombed from 5,500ft. During the bomb run, the bomb release mechanism 
					failed and made a second bomb run. Facing heavy anti-aircraft fire, the bomber sustained a direct hit 
					starting a fire back of the radio compartment, went into a spin and exploded, tearing off the wings
					 before crashing into the sea at Empress Augusta Bay, western coast of Bougainville. 9 crew MIA.  Named BLUE GOOSE
				2617 (MSN 2428) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 
					30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Mareeba airfield, QLD, Australia. Flown to Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), 
					Port Moresby, New Guinea 6Aug42 for fuel on a shuttle mission to Rabaul, New Britain. Crashed on takeoff 
					from Port Moresby, New Guinea 7Aug42 (9RTD). A runaway supercharger caused the bomber to lurch forward 
					during the take off run, veer off the runway and crashed into a rock pile. The bombs were ripped 
					out of their shackles but did not explode. Salvaged. SOC 31Oct44..
				2618 (MSN 2429) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 22Feb42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 30Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI 21May42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK201. No.45 Group, 
					Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal 25Jun42. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, 
					Scotland 4Jul42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 9Jul42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, 
					Lancashire 4Aug42. No.6 Maintenance Unit, RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire 15Aug42 for storage 
					pending re-issue to Coastal Command. No.220 Squadron [NR-T], RAF Ballykelly, Northern Ireland 23Sep42. 
					RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland Feb43. RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 23Mar43. 
					No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 2Aug43. No.51 Maintenance Unit, RAF Lichfield, 
					Staffordshire 26Sep43. No.1674 Heavy Conversion Unit, RAF Longtown, Cumberland 25Dec43. 
					RAF Aldergrove, Belfast, Northern Ireland 21Jan44. Flying accident 5/6Apr45. No.226 Maintenance Unit, 
					repaired on site. No.1674 Heavy Conversion Unit, RAF Aldergrove, Belfast, Northern Ireland 28May45. 
					Left undercarriage collapsed while taxying at Aldergrove 22Jun45. Classified category E (write off). SOC 4Sep45..
				2619 (MSN 2430) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 3Mar42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 29Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI 10Jun42. 
					Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK200. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, 
					Dorval, Montreal 15Jun42. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 21Jun42. 
					Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 25Jun42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 
					24Jun42. Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE), Farnborough, Hampshire 3Jul42, allotment cancelled. 
					No.220 Squadron [NR-B], RAF Nutts Corner, Belfast, Northern Ireland 11Jul42. RAF Ballykelly, 
					Northern Ireland 11Jul42. RAF Aldergrove, Northern Ireland. RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, 
					Scotland 23Mar43. No.12 Maintenance Unit, RAF Kirkbride, Cumberland 25Apr43. Burtonwood 
					Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 10Jun43. No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, 
					Wiltshire 28Jul43. No.220 Squadron, RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 30Aug43. Lajes Field, 
					Terceira Island, Azores Oct43. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland Nov44 for repair at depot. 
					No.220 Squadron, Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores. Damaged category E (write off) 6Apr45. SOC 25Apr45..
				2620 (MSN 2431) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 7Mar42. United Air Lines, Modification Center #10, 
					Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 29Mar42. Wright Field, Dayton, OH 28Apr42. Assigned to 26th Bomb 
					Squadron, 11th Bomb Group. Collision with truck at Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY 29May42. 
					3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, Detroit, MI 4Jul42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, 
					FK194. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal 8Jul42. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland 
					to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 20Jul42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 26Jul42. 
					No.206 Squadron [VX-M], RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 4Aug42. No.218 Maintenance Unit, 
					RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 2Jul43. No.220 Squadron, RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 6Aug43. 
					Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 9Sep43, for repair at depot. Awaiting collection 21Oct44. 
					No.51 Maintenance Unit, RAF Lichfield, Staffordshire 14Dec44. No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), 
					RAF Gosport, Hampshire 14Apr45. No.251 Squadron, Reykjavik, Iceland 30May45. Repair & Salvage Unit 
					45. RAF Gosport, Hampshire 28Jul45. SOC 28Jul45
				2621 (MSN 2432) owry Field, Denver, CO 14Mar42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 1Apr42. Ferried on the South 
					Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 
					93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Mareeba airfield, QLD, Australia 8Jul42. 
					Took off from Mareeba airfield on a mission against a Japanese convoy off Milne Bay 
					26Aug42  The aircraft dropped its bombs on a cruiser and a transport with 
					no apparent results, the bombs impacting within 40' to 200' of their targets. 
					Over the target, the aircraft was hit five times by anti-aircraft fire in the wings 
					and fuselage, disabling the hydraulic system, puncturing a tire, damaged two 
					engines and the flaps and wounding a gunner. Returning from the mission, the 
					aircraft was difficult to handle and circled Mareeba airfield before landing. 
					Unable to apply the brakes or flaps, one of the wheels broke off causing the bomber 
					to spin to the right into a ground loop and impacted a tree. Although smoking, 
					the plane did not catch fire but was heavily damaged and written off. 1 WIA.   
					SOC 31Oct44. Named THE DAYLIGHT LIMITED.
				2622 (MSN 2433) Municipal Airport, WY 26Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus 
					Field, Detroit, MI 16May42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK198. 
					No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal 18Oct42. Departed Dorval 24Oct42 to Gander. 
					Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 29Oct42. Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 13Nov42. 
					No.59 Squadron [M], RAF Thorney Island, Hampshire 9Jan43. Detached to RAF Chivenor, 
					Devon 23Jan43. Flown for experimental periscope bombing at RAF Calshot, Hampshire 
					2Apr43. No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 8Apr43. No.206 Squadron [M], 
					RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, Scotland 15Aug43. Flying accident classified category 
					AC 1Oct43. Marshalls of Cambridge 5Oct43, for repair on site. No.206 Squadron, 
					Lajes Field, Terceira Island, Azores 24Dec43. No.220 Squadron, Lajes Field, Terceira Island, 
					Azores 19Mar44. Damaged by B-17G HB786 [42-102437] while parked. Classified 	
					category E (write off) 19Apr44. SOC..
				2623 (MSN 2434)Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 1Mar42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 25Mar42. 3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, 
					Detroit, MI 17Apr42. Transferred to Royal Air Force as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK196.
					No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal 24Apr42. Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland 
					to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 10May42. Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland. Burtonwood 
					Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 12May42. No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, 
					Cumberland 3Jun42 for storage. No.220 Squadron, RAF Nutts Corner, Belfast, Northern 
					Ireland 10Jul42. RAF Ballykelly, Northern Ireland 13Jul42. RAF Benbecula, Outer Hebrides, 
					Scotland 23Mar43. No.1 (Coastal) Operational Training Unit, RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 
					30Aug43. No.1674 Heavy Conversion Unit, RAF Longtown, Cumberland 26Oct43. 
					No.218 Maintenance Unit, RAF Colerne, Wiltshire 22Mar44. RAF Thornaby, North Yorkshire 7May44. 
					Damaged, for repair on site 30Jul44. No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, 
					Hampshire 4Dec44. No.519 Squadron, RAF Wick, Scotland 6Jan45. 
					No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 23Mar45. No.251 Squadron, 
					Reykjavik, Iceland 1Apr45. Repair & Salvage Unit 28Jul45. SOC 21Jun47
				2624 (MSN 2435) ) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 1Mar42. United Air Lines, 
					Modification Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 27Mar42. Lowry Field, 
					Denver, CO 13May42. Assigned to Royal Air Force. Ferrying Command, Northwest Sector,
					 Boeing Field, Seattle, WA.   Crashed 10 miles north of Wendover Field, UT May 15, 1942 because pilot lost control in a 
					snowstorm, the crew all baled out and were found, but pilot was never found.
				2625 (MSN 2436) Ogden Air Depot, Hill Field, Ogden, UT 1Mar42. United Air Lines, Modification 
					Center #10, Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY 28Mar42. Transferred to Royal Air Force 
					as Fortress Mark IIA, serial FK197. No.45 Group, Ferry Command, Dorval, Montreal 8May42. 
					Ferried RCAF Gander, Newfoundland to RAF Prestwick, Ayr, Scotland 20May42. Scottish 
					Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 21May42. Burtonwood Repair Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 
					26May42. No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 3Jun42. Burtonwood Repair 
					Depot, Warrington, Lancashire 17Jun42 for trial installation of special wireless. Scottish 
					Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 2Jul42 for trial installation of special wireless. Used for 
					LRASV trials No.3502 Servicing Unit (Gosport Pool), RAF Gosport, Hampshire 12Mar45. 
					No.251 Squadron [AD-E], Reykjavik, Iceland 3May45. Repair & Salvage Unit 30Jul45. SOC 21Jun47
				2626 (MSN 2437) Accepted by USAAF 1Mar42. 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, 
					MacDill Field, Tampa, FL 1Mar42. Sarosota Field, FL 29Mar42. San Antonio Air Depot, 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 14May42. Air Service Command, Fairfield Air Depot, Patterson Field, 
					Dayton, OH 26May42. Dow Field, Bangor, ME 31May42. TDY Fourth Air Force 2Jun42. 
					Ferried Dow Field- Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 2Jun42: Scott Field, Belleville, IL 4Jun42; 
					Albuquerque AAB, NM 5Jun42; Hammer Field, Fresno, CA 6Jun42. Returned to Dow Field via 
					Scott Field, Belleville, IL 11Jun42, arriving Dow Field 15Jun42. Operation Bolero
					[tactical call sign F7XE]. North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME.
					Ferried to RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador. Ferried Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Scotland 25Jul42. 
					340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Polebrook (Station 110), Northamptonshire Jul42. 
					407th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Bovingdon (Station 112), Hertfordshire Aug42. 
					Sustained battle damage on a mission to the Compagnie de Fives steel works at Lille, 
					France 9Oct42 (10RTD). On return, crash landed at RAF Gatwick, West Sussex, England
				2627 (MSN 2438) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 3Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via 
					Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group. 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group. 8th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron,
					6th Photographic Reconnaissance Group. Used for long range photographic missions; also used 
					as the squadron transport aircraft for supplies and personnel. Crashed departing from Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea 26Dec43 on a mission to observe the amphibious landing activities at Cape Gloucester 
					on West New Britain (2KIA:2DOI:12INJ). Aboard were two cameramen from the 5th Combat Camera 
					Unit, also, four correspondents from the Brisbane Telegraph, the Australian Broadcasting 
					Commission, the Australian manager of United Press and the London Times. The aircraft took 
					off from Schwimmer (14 Mile Drome), Port Moresby in a zero ceiling with a thick ground fog. 
					Shortly after takeoff, the aircraft crashed off the north-western end of the runway near the 
					Laloki River and destroyed. Salvaged Oct44. Mamed R.F.D. TOJO – artwork of a stork carrying a 
					bomb (instead of a baby). While in service with the 8th PRS, the left side of the nose was painted 
					with artwork of a billiards 8 ball. In the squadron, the plane was known as "8 Ball" or "The Eight-Ball" 
					but no nickname was painted on the nose. "Eight Ballers" was the nickname of the 8th PRS
				2628 (MSN 2439) Accepted by USAAF 1Mar42. 42nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 1Mar42. Damaged in collision with parked B-17E 41-9111 while taxying at MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 19Apr42. 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Sarosota Field, FL Apr42. San Antonio 
					Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 14May42. Air Service Command, Fairfield Air Depot, 
					Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 26May42. Dow Field, Bangor, ME 31May42. TDY Fourth Air Force 2Jun42. 
					Ferried Dow Field- Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 2Jun42: Scott Field, Belleville, IL 4Jun42; 
					Albuquerque AAB, NM 5Jun42; Hammer Field, Fresno, CA 6Jun42. Returned to Dow Field via Scott Field, 
					Belleville, IL 11Jun42, arriving Dow Field 15Jun42. Operation Bolero [tactical call sign 1CAK]. 
					North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle Field, ME. Ferried to RCAF Goose Bay, 
					Labrador. Ferried Patterson Field, Reykjavik, Iceland to Scotland 25Jul42. 341st Bomb Squadron,
					97th Bomb Group, Polebrook (Station 110), Northamptonshire Jul42. 92nd Bomb Group, 
					Bovingdon (Station 112), Hertfordshire Aug42. 11th Combat Crew Replacement Unit, 1st Combat 
					Crew Replacement Group, Bovingdon (Station 112), Hertfordshire Jan43. 305th Bomb Group, 
					Chelveston (Station 105), Northamptonshire. Used as tow target tug and liaison. Returned to US. 4
					104th Base Unit (Rome Air Technical Service Command), Rome Field, NY 25Aug44. Reclaimed 14Aug45
				2629 (MSN 2440) Accepted by USAAF 7Mar42. 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, MacDill Field, 
					Tampa, FL 7Mar42. Sarosota Field, FL 29Mar42. San Antonio Air Depot, Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 14May42. 
					Air Service Command, Fairfield Air Depot, Patterson Field, Dayton, OH 26May42. Dow Field, Bangor, ME 31May42. 
					TDY Fourth Air Force 2Jun42. Ferried Dow Field- Westover Field, Chicopee Falls, MA 2Jun42: 
					Scott Field, Belleville, IL 4Jun42; Albuquerque AAB, NM 5Jun42; Hammer Field, Fresno, CA 6Jun42. 
					Returned to Dow Field via Scott Field, Belleville, IL 11Jun42, arriving Dow Field 15Jun42. 
					Operation Bolero [tactical call sign F7XO]. North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, 
					Presque Isle Field, ME. Ferried to RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador. Ferried Patterson Field, Reykjavik, 
					Iceland to Prestwick (Station 500), Scotland 26Jul42. 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, 
					Polebrook (Station 110), Northamptonshire Jul42. 305th Bomb Group, Grafton Underwood (Station 106), 
					Northamptonshire 5Nov42. Chelveston (Station 105), Northamptonshire 11Dec42. 326th Bomb 
					Squadron [JW*M], 92nd Bomb Group, Podington (Station 109), Bedfordshire 1943. 
					Declared ‘war weary’. HQ Squadron [M], 100th Bomb Group, Thorpe Abbotts (Station 139), Norfolk 1943. 
					Used as station hack and for target towing. Damaged while parked at Thorpe Abbotts 24Apr45. 
					Preparing to depart for a cross country sortie, B-17G 42-3472, which was parked on the same 
					hardstand, struck the nose of this aircraft with its left wing tip. Returned to US. 121st Base 
					Unit (Redeployment Processing), Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT 5Jul45. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 6Aug45. R
					Named AMBLIN' RECKUM
				2630 (MSN 2441) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan Field, CA 11Apr42.
					Ferried to Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 16Apr42. Seventh Air Force, Hawaii 16Apr42. Ferried across 
					the Pacific arriving Australia 22Apr42. 19th Bomb Group, Fifth Air Force, Australia. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 	
					19th Bomb Group. Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, 
					New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa 
					and Christmas Island. Overhauled and installed with twin 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. 
					394th Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH. Departed to 
					Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42. Departed to Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon 
					Islands via Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides 3Jan43. Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 19Jan43. Bomber 2
					airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 28Jun43. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 14Jul43. Returned to US.  
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 10Sep45. 
					Named OKLAHOMA SOONER.
				2631 (MSN 2442) ) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via 
					Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 19th Bomb Group, 
					Australia 16Apr42. The aircraft crashed when the controls locked up unexpectedly during
					takeoff at Charters Towers airfield, QLD, Australia 7May42; none of the crew were hurt in the crash. 
					Salvaged.
				2632 (MSN 2443) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 7Apr42. Ferried on 
					the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Australia Aug42. Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried 
					Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed 
					Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. Overhauled and installed with 
					twin 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. 394th Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, 
					Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH Nov42. Departed to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42. Departed to 
					Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands via Espiritu Santo in the New 
					Hebrides 3Jan43. Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 19Jan43. Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, 
					Solomon Islands 28Jun43. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 14Jul43.
					Returned to US. Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 21Dec43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM for storage and 
					disposal 9Aug45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped.
					Named CROCK O’CRAP - artwork of a black crock below the name.
				2633 (MSN 2444) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 3Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via 
					Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Longreach airfield, QLD, Australia 22Apr42. Accident returning from a mission to 
					Lae, New Guinea 4Jul42. On landing at Horn Island airfield, struck fuel drums used as lights at the 
					edge of the runway, damaging the left landing gear and causing it to collapse. It jammed up into 
					the No.2 engine nacelle and deflated the tire. Ferried to and repaired by 4th Air Depot Group, 
					RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD. The plane flew General Douglas MacArthur to 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby for his first visit to New Guinea 2Oct42. 
					Assigned as the personal transport for US Army Air Force General George C. Kenney, commander 
					of the Fifth Air Force. During 1942-1945 used as General Kenney's personal transport and 
					flown between Australia, New Guinea and the Philippines. While Kenney was in the United 
					States during Feb-Mar43, the flight crew saw a photo of another general's aircraft in natural 
					aluminum finish in a magazine and thought it looked good. Since Kenney was away, and the 
					crew was not involved in much flying they stripped off the paint to a natural aluminum finish. 
					The aircraft was damaged in a thunderstorm in the Philippines Apr45. Ground crews thought 
					its wing spars may have been damaged. SOC Brisbane, Australia 3May45. Salvaged. Named SALLY.
				2634 (MSN 2445) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 3Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 18May42. SCR-521 ASV search radar installed with a Yagi antenna 
					in the nose to detect enemy ships at night. 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Jackson Field 
					(7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. Took off from Jackson Field on a mission against a 
					Japanese construction camp on the Kofebi River south of Bogadjim at the southern end of the 
					Bogadjim-Ramu Road, New Guinea 3Aug43 (10MIA). After bombing the target the bomber was 
					intercepted by Nakajima Ki-43 Oscars of the 24th Sentai. The Oscars diving at the B-17 making 
					simultaneous high frontal attacks. The third Oscar attacked from 3 o'clock position hitting the bomber. 
					The aircraft went into a 45 degree dive with inboard engines smoking and hit the sea in a glide, 
					breaking up on impact, but did not explode or burn. The crash site was estimated as 100 yards 
					offshore from the mouth of Mindjim River near Bogadjim on the north coast of New Guinea. 
					No trace of the crew was seen by the three other B-17s that observed the crash. SOC 5Aug43. 
					Named TEX / RED MOOSE EXPRESS - artwork depicting a red moose head and bombs falling in a 
					dark blue circle. A homage to the time the squadron was stationed in Bangor, Maine and unofficially 
					dubbed the "Moose Squadron".
				2635 (MSN 2446) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 3Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. Departed from Hickam Field with an extra bomb bay fuel tank to 
					Midway airfield on Eastern Island to search for Japanese Naval forces and participated in the 
					Battle of Midway then returned to Hickam Field May42. Ferried across the Pacific via Fiji then 
					onward to Australia arriving 21Jun42. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia, 
					Wagga Wagga, NSW 28May42. Garbutt Field, Townsville, QLD Jun42. The bomber took off 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby armed with two 1,000 pound bombs on a night 
					on to bomb Japanese shipping in Tonolei Harbor, southeast Bougainville 1Nov42 (8MIA). 
					Inbound to the target, it experienced bad weather. It failed to return and the crew was declared 
					missing in action. A hunter located the crash site roughly eight hours walk from Nigila and Gopai, 
					inland from Alotau at Milne Bay, New Guinea 24Feb99. Later, he reported the site to a Red Cross 
					worker and took them to the site. The aircraft had impacted the northern side of a ridge line 
					in the vicinity of Milne Bay. Probably the pilot was attempting to descend below bad weather 
					but was unable to see the ridge at night. During the impact, the fire from the fuel tanks destroyed
					most of the fuselage. The bombs did not explode.
				2636 (MSN 2447) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii, TH. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Hickam Field. Ferried across the Pacific 
					to Australia arriving 14Apr42. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 14Apr42. 
					The aircraft took off from Cloncurry airfield, QLD and staged via Horn Island airfield, QLD for a 
					mission against Lae, New Guinea. When the plane took off early morning 14Jul42, it was raining 
					with a high wind blowing across the island. The pilot attempted to lift the B-17 over the mangroves 
					at the end of the airfield but it dropped suddenly into the ocean approximately 300 to 400 metres
				 	offshore Horn Island (2KIA). It ended up on a coral outcrop after ripping off its right wing creating a 
					large hole in the fuselage. The wreckage of this B-17 remains near the shore of Horn Island. One 
					engine with the propeller intact is visible above the water at low tide, with the propeller blade 
					visible at high tide. At low tide, more wreckage is visible
				2637 (MSN 2448) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 3Mar42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 4Apr42. Ferried 
					on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 18Apr42. Twin 0.50 caliber machine 
					guns were added to the nose for increased firepower. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea Jun43. {final combat mission Oct43}. 
					Returned to US 6Nov43. 2135th Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), Tyndall Field, 
					Panama City, FL Nov43. Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, Albuquerque, NM 
					for storage and disposal 25Jun45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Compressed Steel 
					Corporation Jul46; scrapped. Named READY BETTY - GONE FOREVER. On the right side of the nose,
					nicknamed "Gone Forever" with the nose art of a reclining nude woman. Later, "Ready Betty" 
					was added below the artwork. On the left side of the nose was another seated nude figure.
				2638 (MSN 2449) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 9Mar42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 1Apr42. Ferried on 
					the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia arriving 30Apr42. 
					28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 23Apr42. 65th Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group, Mareeba, QLD. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. 
					63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group. {final combat mission Oct43}. Returned to US Nov43. 
					Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX 24Nov43. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR 
					for storage and disposal 1Feb46. War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment 
					Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped.   Named CHICO [on the left side of the nose] / I’M WILLING [on 
					the right side of the nose]. Artwork of a nude woman reclining
				2639 (MSN 2450) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 4Apr42. Ferried on the 
					South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 
					435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 27May42. Took off 
					from Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides with two US Marine 
					Corps (USMC) officers aboard on a reconnaissance flight over Tulagi and Guadalcanal, 
					Solomon Islands 17Jul42. The Marine observers were looking for the best locations for the 
					upcoming amphibious assault on both locations. Over the target, the aircraft was attacked by 
					two Japanese Mitsubishi A6M2-N Rufe seaplanes. 403rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Milne Bay, New Guinea Nov42. Took off from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby on a 
					mission against the Japanese airfield at Lakunai near Rabaul, New Britain 5Jan43. Over the target, 
					it was damaged and, returning from the mission, force landed at Pongani airfield, New Guinea. 
					Destroyed after landing at Turnbull airfield (No.3 Strip) near Milne Bay, New Guinea 17Jan43.
					It was caught on the ground during a Japanese air raid by Mitsubishi G4M1 Betty bombers 
					escorted by Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters. After being hit, the aircraft burst into flames and
					was destroyed. Salvaged 21Jan43.
				2640 (MSN 2451) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam 
					Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, 
					Philippines. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Mareeba airfield, QLD, Australia 22Apr42. 
					Damaged at Horn Island airfield, QLD, preparing for a mission to Lae, New Guinea 27Jul42. 
					Returning from a mission, the pilot of B-17E 41-2460 landed too fast, ground looped and 
					slammed into #640 waiting to depart and sheering the nose off. Salvaged. Named TOJO'S PHYSIC..
				2641 (MSN 2452) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 19th Bomb Group, Australia 
					14Apr42. {first combat mission 20Apr42}. Flown to Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby 24Apr42. 
					Destroyed preparing to depart on a mission to Rabaul, New Britain 25Apr42. Before dawn this was 
					the first of four B-17s which started its engines and commenced taxying out from its revetment 
					onto the runway, with the other three following. The aircraft had not traveled very far when it lurched 
					into a hastily filled bomb crater which rain the previous evening had turned into a quagmire. 
					The aircraft sank to its axle, and was unable to participate in the day's mission. The crew of #641 
					was feverishly trying to extricate their aircraft from the mud, as they knew that if they were unable 
					to free it and depart either on the mission, or back to Australia, the aircraft was in danger of being 
					destroyed by the Japanese as soon as daylight arrived. Just after dawn, with the bomber still stuck, 
					fifteen Mitsubishi A6M Zero fighters from the Tainan K?k?tai arrived over Port Moresby and four 
					descended on Jackson Field, quickly setting a Martin B-26 Marauder on fire and seriously damaging
					another Marauder. #641 appeared to have survived the attack until ten minutes later, the aircraft suddenly 
					burst into flames and was destroyed. {1 mission}. Afterwards, the tail section and left and right wings 
					survived and were moved to a salvage area where they were stripped for usable parts including the rudder. S
					OC 1Aug42
				2642 (MSN 2453) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 2Mar42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 1Apr42. Ferried on the South 
					Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 93rd Bomb 
					Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 22Apr42. Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. 
					Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. 
					Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. Overhauled and installed 
					with twin 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. 394th Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, 
					Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH Nov42. Departed to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42. Departed to Henderson 
					Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands via Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides 3Jan43. Nadi, 
					Viti Levu, Fiji 19Jan43. Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 28Jun43. 
					Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 14Jul43. Returned to US. 
					4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN. Damaged while parked by B-29 42-6243 
					at Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK 9Mar44. 2100th Base Unit (HQ, Eastern Flying Training Command), 				
					Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL 10Jun44. Bolling Field, Washington, DC 16Jun44. 2137th Base
				 	Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 5Jul44. 2100th Base Unit 
					(HQ, Eastern Flying Training Command), Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL. Damaged while parked 
					in a collision by Consolidated B-24H Liberator 42-95495 taxying at Maxwell Field 23Sep45. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR for storage and disposal 13Oct45. 
					War Assets Administration. Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped. 
					Named POISON IVEY. Named after the pilot.
				2643 (MSN 2454) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 2Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Australia 26May42. 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Fenton, Hayes Creek, NT. Took off from 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby for a mission against Japanese airfield at Lakunai near 
					Rabaul, New Britain 9Aug42 (9MIA). Because of engine trouble the plane lagged behind the formation 
					during the last few minutes before reaching the target. Over Rabaul, the formation was intercepted 
					by a flight of Mitsubishi A6M3 Zero fighters from the 2nd K?k?tai. Leaving the target area, the 
					bomber was lagging behind the others and not supported by their mutual fire power. It was targeted 
					by the Zeros and last observed losing altitude while fighting off repeated enemy attacks. Crashed 
					at Rondahls Plantation near Kabanga Bay, Mokurapua, New Britain
				2644 (MSN 2455) ) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 7Mar42. Gowen Field, Boise, ID 6Apr42. Ferried on the South 
					Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 30th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Australia 22Apr42. 28th Bomb Squadron. Damaged Rabual, New Britain 7Aug42. {16 missions}.
					93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia 
					to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii 
					via Samoa and Christmas Island. Overhauled and installed with twin 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. 
					394th Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH Nov42. Departed 
					to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42. Departed to Henderson Field (Cactus), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 
					via Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides 3Jan43. Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 19Jan43. Bomber 2 
					airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 28Jun43. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 14Jul43. 13th Air Depot Group, Tontouta, New Caledonia. Used as a 
					personal transport by 13th Air Depot commander General George McCoy. Condemned in Hawaii 1945. 
					Probably salvaged on New Caledonia.  Named LOS LOBOS – artwork of a snarling wolf’s head / ROAD HOME / ROVER BOY.
					Second Lieutenant Eugene Wesley Roddenberry, the future creator of ‘Star Trek’, flew most of his eighty-nine 
					missions as a co-pilot in this airplane.
				2645 (MSN 2456) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 2Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Australia 20May42. 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Mareeba, QLD 10Nov42. Damaged on a 
					mission from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea to locate two Japanese 
					destroyers reported near the Trobriand Islands, New Guinea 11Sep42. During a bomb run on the 
					destroyer Yayoi, a shard of shrapnel sliced through the co-pilots window and out the pilot’s window. 
					At 1.400 feet above the destroyer, the plane’s gunners were strafing the ship as the plane’s 500lb bombs 
					were unleashed. Bullets from the ball turret gunner accidently exploded the last bomb to leave the plane. 
					It exploded a few hundred feet below the plane, knocking it upwards about 500 feet and shrapnel 
					peppering the fuselage. Failed to return from a reconnaissance mission from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), 
					Port Moresby, New Guinea to shadow and attack a Japanese convoy of four destroyers including Isonami 
					in the Solomon Sea off Buna and Gasmata, New Guinea 1Dec42 (9MIA). During the day, Mitsubishi 
					A6M Zero fighters from the 252 K?k?tai and 582 K?k?tai were flying patrols over the convoy and 
					several reported engagements with B-17s during the day. The flight of six A6M Zeros from the 
					582 K?k?tai claimed to have hit the engine of one attacking bomber, possibly this B-17. Extensive 
					searches failed to locate the aircraft or its crew. SOC 6Dec42. Named MISS CARRIAGE.
				2646 (MSN 2457) delivered to Lowry Field, Denver, CO Mar 2, 1942; transferred to Strategic Arms Depot,
					McClellan Field, CA Mar 25, 1942;  W/O Apr 4, 1942.
				2647 (MSN 2458) Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH 1Jun42. Newark Field, NJ 15Apr43. 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH 22Apr43. Phillips Field, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 22Apr46.
				2648 (MSN 2459) ) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 4Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam 
					Field, Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 394th Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, 
					Honolulu, TH 23May42. In anticipation of the Battle of Midway, took off from Hickam Field 
					with an extra bomb bay fuel tank as one of ten B-17s on a flight to Midway airfield, Eastern Island, 
					Midway Atoll 31May42. Afterwards returned to Hickam Field. Fifth Air Force. 19th Bomb Group, 
					Australia. Equipped with SCR-521 ASV search radar; later removed. 64th Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. 403rd Bomb Squadron. 
					Took off from Jackson Field on a flight to Dobodura to stage for a night mission 29Jun43. 
					After midnight it took off from Dobodura on a mission against a Japanese airfield at Vunakanau 
					near Rabaul, New Britain. Flying at 18,000ft, the formation descended to a lower altitude for the 
					bomb run. Over the target, the 403rd Bomb Squadron formation was targeted by anti-aircraft fire
					and this plane sustained damage to the No.3 engine and left wing but returned safely. 481st Service 
					Squadron for repairs. 65th Bomb Squadron Jul43. WFU Sep43. {94 missions}. Returned to US Oct43. 
					2135th Base Unit (Flexible Gunnery School), Tyndall Field, Panama City, FL.  To Reconstruction Finance 
					Corporation, Walnut Ridge Field, AR for storage and disposal 8Nov45. War Assets Administration. 
					Sold to Texas Railway Equipment Company, Houston, TX Sep46; scrapped. Named STUD DUCK / FAT CAT / LIL’ BUSTER UPPER
				2649 (MSN 2460) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 4Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via 
					Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia arriving May42. 28th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, Fifth Air Force, Australia 13Apr42. Mareeba, Queensland. Jackson 
					Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. 13th Air Depot Group, Tontouta, 
					New Caledonia. Returned to US via Hickam Field, Hawaii. Air Depot, Brookley Field, 
					Mobile, AL 17May44. Midwest Air Depot, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; used as a transport. 
					Fifteenth Air Force, Italy 20Jan45. Returned to US. Air Transport Command. Landing accident at 
					RCAF Goose Bay, Labrador 23Aug45. Salvaged. Named MY OKLAHOMA GAL..
				2650 (MSN 2641) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia 
					arriving May42. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 
					5May42. Mareeba airfield, QLD, Australia. Failed to return from a shuttle mission from Mareeba 
					via Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome) at Port Moresby, New Guinea to bomb Rabaul, New Britain 
					17Sep42 (1MIA:8RTD). This mission was a repeat of a failed mission the previous day. The plane 
					departed Jackson Field late at night on 17Sep42. The pilot encountered cloudy weather which 
					eventually forced him to jettison his bomb load and turned back for Port Moresby. By this time 
					Port Moresby was also covered in cloud and the navigator set a course for Horn Island airfield, QLD. 
					The crew became lost and eventually the plane started to run out of fuel. The plane ended up way 
					off course about 125 miles southsouthwest of Horn Island and the pilot ordered his crew to bail 
					out. The navigator was the first to bail out, the rest of the crew regrouped on the ground and 
					eventually met up with some local aboriginals who arranged for them to be transported by boat 
					to Weipa on the western side of Cape York. RAAF Catalina serial A24-2 carried out a search for 
					the missing Fortress 19-20Sep42. A crew member spotted the first parachute on the beach, then 
					a subsequent trail of parachutes on the ground were spotted heading inland. The Catalina finally 
					spotted a black streak in the ground where the B-17 had crashed south of the Coen River 
					(actually the Pennefather River) on the Gulf of Carpentaria. The Catalina landed and picked up 
					four survivors. Another four crew members of the downed Flying Fortress had wandered into the bush. 
					The Catalina flew the first four survivors back to Cairns. The next day they flew to Weipa Mission to 
					check if the other four might have arrived at the Mission. As the other missing crew had not been seen, 
					nine aboriginal trackers were taken by the Catalina to the crash site. The missing four were spotted 
					on a mud flat, and the Catalina landed to collect them. By the time they had recovered the survivors, 
					the tide had gone out leaving the Catalina high and dry. Once the tide came back in they took off for 
					Cairns with the final four survivors. A search party for the missing crew member was organised by 
					Police of the Mapoon Aboriginal Mission. This Mission was located about thirteen miles southeast 
					of the wreckage of the B-17. They searched for him for two weeks out to a radius of fifty miles from the 
					crash site. The navigator is still the only US servicemen missing in action on Australian soil. 
					The crash site is about 10km south of the Pennefather River. The bomber had caught fire when it hit
					the ground and caused a bush fire. He indicated that the aircraft had broken up into many pieces.
				2651 (MSN 2462) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. 10th Ferrying Squadron, Ferrying Command, 
					Bolling Field, Washington, DC. Substantially damaged during takeoff from Lowry Field 22Mar42. 
					Gowen Field, Boise, ID 13Sep42. Biggs Field, El Paso, TX 3Nov42. Wendover Field, UT 9Dec42. 
					450th Specialized Pilot Training Squadron, Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 28May43. Damaged in 
					collision with B-17F 42-30936 while taxying at Hendricks Field 1Nov43. SOC 5Jul44.
				2652 (MSN 2463) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. 40th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Australia 13Apr42. Ferried to Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH 16Apr42. Ferried across the Pacific 
					arriving Australia 22Apr42. During the Battle of the Coral Sea the bomber took off on a mission 
					against Japanese warships 7May42. Returning alone in the afternoon, a B-17 was tracked 
					by a US radar station manned by the 565th Signal Battalion at Paluma coming from the sea, 
					crossing the coast roughly thirty miles north and was presumed to be this bomber. Lost in the 
					growing darkness and low on fuel, the crew bailed out. The bomber flew another forty miles
					 before crashing 1½ miles north east of Clarke River near Ewan (west of Palumba) roughly 55km 
					southwest of Mount Fox in northern Queensland. The crew landed unhurt and were rescued. 
					Cockpit was burnt out, two outer engines were 100 yards away from the wreckage. The rear door 
					of the plane was open and the airmen's kit, tins of bully-beef etc, were stacked outside. 
					One parachute was found nearby unopened and one opened. Sometime in the middle of 1944, 
					a salvage team visited the crash site and recovered the engines but abandoned the other wreckage. 
					One wing was described as intact as was part of the fuselage. SOC 31Oct44. Reportedly, wreckage 
					from this B-17 remained until at least the 1960s.
				2653 (MSN 2464) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 19th Bomb Group. 64th Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group, Iron Range, Lockhart, QLD Oct42. Transported US Army General MacArthur 
					from Australia to Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome) at Port Moresby, New Guinea 6Nov42. 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. Accident taking off from 
					Jackson Field, Port Moresby 1Jun43. The aircraft took off from Jackson Field at Port Moresby 
					armed with 1,000lb bombs on a mission against Cape Gloucester airfield 2Sep43.
					Over the target, three Kawasaki Ki-45 Nick twin engine fighters from the 13th Sentai on a
					 ferry flight from Rabaul, New Britain to Boram airfield spotted the B-17 formation and attacked 
					near Mount Talawe, New Britain. The lead Ki-45, piloted by WO Mitsugi Hyakutomi, attacked this 
					bomber with cannon fire causing it to dive out of formation emitting black smoke. There were no 
					witnesses to the crash. Some of the other crew members in the formation believed the B-17 crashed 
					into the sea while others thought it crashed at the base of a 7,000 feet mountain. When this bomber 
					failed to return, the entire crew of 10 was officially listed as missing in action. 
					Named CRAPS FOR THE JAPS - artwork of a pair of dice
				2654 (MSN 2465) delivered to Lowry field, Denver, CO Mar 5, 1942, Crashed at Hamilton Field, san Rafael, CA
					Mar 24, 1942. Salvaged. Was shown in a TV documentary on Midway
				2655 (MSN 2466) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, 
					Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 
					Australia 14Apr42. The aircraft took off from Cloncurry airfield, QLD, 13Jul42 and staged via 
					Horn Island airfield, QLD for a mission against Lae, New Guinea. When the plane took off early morning, 
					it was still dark and raining with a high wind blowing across the island. The aircraft crashed
					into the mud flats near the shore 14Jul42 (3KIA:6RTD). The navigator, bombardier and a gunner were 
					killed in the crash. Two airmen escaped through a hole in the fuselage and were rescued by an Australian 
					crash boat about an hour later. Wreckage of this bomber still remain on the shore with only its 
					propeller blades above water at high tide. At low tide, the rest of the wreck is visible
				2656 (MSN 2467) Accepted by USAAF 3Mar42. Paid for by citizens of Seattle and the Pacific 
					Northwest during a War Bond campaign sponsored by the Seattle Post-Intelligence newspaper 
					to raise $280,535 to pay for a single B-17 Flying Fortress bomber. Delivered to the US Army 
					on behalf of Major General Frederick L. Martin in a ceremony attended by Seattle Mayor 
					Earl Millikin, Boeing Aircraft Company President P. G. Johnson, Mrs Edward C. Teats 
					and others at a ceremony at Boeing Field, Seattle, WA 5Mar42. General Martin had been 
					in charge of the Hawaiian Air Force at the time of the Japanese attack and now was the 
					Commander of the Second Air Force. Mrs. Teats' husband was a pilot with the 19th Bomb 
					Group. Ferried to Lowry Field, Denver, CO 7Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route 
					via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 64th Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group, Charleville, QLD 2Aug42. Daly Waters, NT 4Aug42. Fenton, Hayes Creek, NT 5Aug42. 
					435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 6Aug42. Equipped with 
					SCR-521 ASV search radar. The plane was repositioned from Townsville to Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), 
					Port Moresby, New Guinea 8Aug42. {first combat mission 9Aug42}. The aircraft took off from 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea on a lone reconnaissance mission bound 
					for Gasmata, Rabaul, New Britain and Kavieng 14Aug42 [10MIA]. After takeoff, nothing was ever
					heard from the aircraft and it was presumed lost near Gasmata. It was claimed by Japanese A6M3 
					Zero fighters from the Tainan K?k?tai. That morning, nine Zeros took off from Lae airfield on a 
					flight bound for Buna to escort a convoy. According to Japanese records, the Zeros intercepted a 
					single B-17 over the Solomon Sea south of New Britain. The bomber's defensive fire severely damaged 
					one Zero. The three Zeros of the 1st Shotai claimed the B-17 as shot down. This B-17 is believed to 
					have crashed into the open sea and the wreckage is unlikely to be found. {3 missions}.  Was War Bond aircraft. 
					Named CITY OF SEATTLE, WA / CHIEF SEATTLE FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST..
				2657 (MSN 2468) Lowry Field, Denver, CO 5Mar42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via 
					Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 435th Bomb Squadron,
					19th Bomb Group, Australia 7Apr42. 30th Bomb Squadron. 43rd Bomb Group. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. {final combat mission Oct43}.
					4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD Nov43. Converted as an armed transport to drop 
					supplies to forward Allied patrols in enemy territory. 56th Troop Carrier Squadron [143], 
					375th Troop Carrier Group, 54th Troop Carrier Wing, Port Moresby, New Guinea Nov43. 
					It was one of eight B-17 armed transports that took off from Finschafen airfield to make supply 
					runs dropping weapons, ammunition, barbed wire and blood plasma to the US Army 1st Calvary 
					Division that had landed on Los Negros Island, Admiralty Islands, and strafed enemy positions 
					in the area 1-2Mar44. Nadzab airfield, New Guinea 22Apr44. Mokmer airfield, Biak, Netherlands 
					East Indies 27Sep44. McGuire Field, San Jose, Mindoro, Philippines 18Feb45. WFU Mar45. S
					alvaged at Manila, Philippines 21Jun45. Named OLD FAITHFUL.
				2658 (MSN 2469) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 9May42. 435th Bomb Squadron, 
					19th Bomb Group, RAAF Cloncurry, QLD 14May42. Fitted with Automatic Flight Control Equipment (AFCE) 
					and test flown at Plaines des Gaiacs, New Caledonia 12Jun42. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. 
					Returned to US, departing Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, 
					Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. 
					Overhauled and installed with twin 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. 394th Bomb Squadron, 
					5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH. Departed to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42, 
					arriving 19Nov42. Damaged while parked at Nadi 25Nov42. Three Douglas SBD Dauntlesses from 
					Scouting Squadron 6 were lined up wing tip to wing tip and began to take off. The midde plane was 
					slightly ahead and kicked up a cloud of dust that blinded the two wingmen, each of which crashed 
					into one of three B-17s parked beside the airstrip at Nadi. The second SBD tore the right wing tip 
					off and crashed into the bomber’s fuselage. Salvaged, parts used to repair B-17E 41-2440
				2659 (MSN 2470) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 22May42. Jackson 
					Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 13Jul42. The aircraft took off on a night bombing 
					mission against a Japanese airfield at Vunakanau near Rabaul, New Britain 15/16Sep42. 
					Bombing at low altitude, the anti-aircraft fire was accurate and disabled two engines. 
					The crew experienced bad weather throughout the mission, at times affecting the navigation 
					and radio equipment; the radio operator was not able to contact base for a homing signal. 
					The fuel supply was getting very low and the pilot had the engines leaned way down to use 
					as little fuel as possible. In the early morning light the plane was force landed on a beach 
					at Hula, Hood Point, southeast of Port Moresby. It skimmed along and then settled into the 
					sand as the speed reduced. It gave a little lurch to the left then stopped. An Australian officer 
					arrived in a liaison plane bringing with him Time-Life photographer George Strock. Strock 
					photographed the bomber and the crew interacting with locals; his report was published 
					in LIFE Magazine January 4, 1943 issue. The next day a boat arrived with drums of fuel and 
					forty-five tons of Marston Mat / Pierced Steel Planking to assemble on the beach and create 
					a firm runway surface. Local natives helped the crew to lay it out on the beach over the next 
					sixteen days. With a curved beach, some of the runway was laid in the water. Finally it was 
					ready to use and the plane prepared for flight. With just the pilot and co-pilot, the plane 
					rolled along the beach, the left wing tip touched the water, a propeller throwing up a spray 
					of water, but it took off successfully and flown back to Port Moresby. The rest of the crew was 
					transported by boat back to Port Moresby. WFU at Mareeba airfield, QLD, Australia. The aircraft 
					was scrapped by the 2nd Australian Corps Special Salvage Unit at Mareeba 27Jul43. SOC 31Oct44. 
					Named TOJO’S JINX / FRANK BUCK. Named for a radio series in the 1930s "Frank Buck Bring em Back Alive"..
				2660 (MSN 2471) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Salt Lake City AAB, UT 13May42. Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then 
					across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 
					26May42. 4th Air Depot at RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD. Assigned to Brigadier General Victor E. Bertrandia, 
					Commanding General of the Far East Air Service Command. Salvaged 22Apr45. Named MUFFINS. 
					Named by personnel of the Air Depot.
				2661 (MSN 2472) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42.
					Ferried on the South Pacific route to Hickam Field, Hawaii. Seventh Air Force. 31st Bomb Squadron, 
					5th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Hawaii 15May42. Substantially damaged on return from a mission 
					to Midway island when crash landed out of fuel in a pineapple field on Lanai Island, TH 5Jun42 (10RTD).
					Repaired and returned to Hickam Field. 42nd Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Hickam Field, Honolulu, TH. 
					Thirteenth Air Force. 431st Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides. SOC 31Oct44. Named SNAFU.
				2662 (MSN 2473) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Charleville, QLD 21May42. Mareeba airfield, QLD. 
					64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Mareeba, QLD Nov42. Damaged during a mission to Rabual, 
					New Britain 15Nov42. On return force landed at Batumata Point, between Milne Bay and Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. The aircraft took off from 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby on a combat mission 31May43 (5WIA). It was intercepted by 
					Japanese fighters and five of the crew sustained minor wounds. Damaged, the bomber force landed at 
					Dobodura airfield, New Guinea. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome),
					Port Moresby, New Guinea. {final combat mission Oct43}. 4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD Nov43. 
					Converted as an armed transport to drop supplies to forward Allied patrols in enemy territory. 55th Troop 
					Carrier Squadron [119], 375th Troop Carrier Group, 54th Troop Carrier Wing, Dobodura, New Guinea Nov43. 
					It was one of eight B-17 armed transports that took off from Finschafen airfield to make supply runs 
					dropping weapons, ammunition, barbed wire and blood plasma to the US Army 1st Calvary Division that had 
					landed on Los Negros Island, Admiralty Islands, and strafed enemy positions in the area 1-2Mar44. Damaged 
					in an accident taxying Jul44. WFU and returned Australia Jul44. 4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD. 
					Returned to US. To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Cal-Aero Field, Ontario, CA for storage and 
					disposal 4Jun45. War Assets Administration. Sold to Sharp & Fellows Contracting Company Jul46; scrapped. 
					Named SPAWN OF HELL - artwork of a baby on the left side of the nose.
				2663 (MSN 2474) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 
					5May42. 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group. The aircraft was one of seven B-17s that took off 
					on a low level mission to attack a Japanese airfield at Buna, New Guinea 12Sep42 (5MIA:4RTD). 
					After dropping its bombs over the target area, the bomber suffered a direct hit on the nose from anti-aircraft fire, 
					setting a fuel tank on fire. The bomb bay and radio room burst into flames, three crew were seen to bail 
					out within five miles from the airfield. The airplane, still under control, descended parallel to the coast a
					nd crashed into the sea, fifty yards offshore, ten to twenty miles south of the Buna area. It sank quickly. 
					The tail section separated from the airplane. One minute after the ditching, a large explosion occurred, 
					sending a water spout 100' to 200' into the air. SOC 31Oct44..
				2664 (MSN 2475) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 9Mar42. Ferried 
					on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 
					30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 6May42. 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. Crashed on takeoff and exploded at 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea 14Jun43 (8KIA:2RTD). The plane took off 
					during the predawn hours for a routine reconnaissance mission. Shortly after take off, it crashed 
					roughly 1,000 yards beyond the end of the runway, impacted into a hill causing fuel to catch fire 
					and bombs aboard to explode. Eight of the crew were killed in the crash instantly. The cause of the 
					crash was never determined. Salvaged. Named THE JERSEY SKEETER - artwork of a Japanese solider 
					being bitten on the rear by a large mosquito
				2665 (MSN 2476) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 14May42. 93rd Bomb Squadron. 
					435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD. 65th Bomb Squadron, 
					43rd Bomb Group, Iron Range, Lockhart, QLD 26Oct42. Mareeba, QLD 7Nov42. Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), 
					Port Moresby, New Guinea 20Jan43. 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group. {final combat mission Oct43}. 
					4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD Nov43. Converted as an armed transport to drop supplies 
					to forward Allied patrols in enemy territory. 40th Troop Carrier Squadron [41], 317th Troop Carrier Group, 
					54th Troop Carrier Wing, Port Moresby, New Guinea. WFU and returned Australia Jul44. 
					4th Air Depot, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD. 6th Search and Rescue Squadron, Clark Field,
					Luzon, Philippines. Named SALISBURY'S SILLY SAPS. Name after the pilot. Painted in three lines
					with a large "S" shared by all three words. LULU / PRETTY BABY. 
				2666 (MSN 2477) ) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 9Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 5May42. 
					The aircraft took off from Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea on a mission 
					against Lae, New Guinea 4Nov42. About thirty miles from the target at 15,000ft, one of the life 
					rafts accidentally deployed, ripping off the radio aerial and wrapping around the port elevator. 
					The bomber descended to 9,300' and the gunner fired his machine gun at the raft to deflate it, 
					but it remained wrapped around the elevator. The crew attempted to continue the mission but the 
					life raft tore away part of the elevator. They aborted the mission and returned safely to 
					Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome) with the raft still attached to the damaged elevator. 
					65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Jackson Field (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea 20Jan43. Field modified with an additional six 0.50 caliber machine guns 
					added for defensive firepower Jun43. Took off from Jackson Field on a solo mission to photograph 
					Japanese installations on Buka, Bougainville, New Guinea 16Jun43 (1KIA:6WIA:3RTD). 
					After that, the crew was to map the western coast of Bougainville as far south as Empress 
					Augusta Bay in preparation for the Allied landings scheduled for 1Nov43. 
					Over Buka Island, the crew observed approximately eighteen enemy fighters taking off from 
					Buka airfield below. As the B-17 began its photographic run over Bougainville, it was attacked 
					head on by Zero fighters. The head-on attack knocked out the oxygen and hydraulic systems 
					starting a fire and disabling all flight instruments. During this initial attack, the navigator 
					was injured and the bombardier mortally wounded when a 20mm cannon round exploded in the nose. 
					Although wounded, the bombardier continued to fire the nose machine gun and claimed 
					two enemy fighters, until he died at his battle station. The pilot, with a broken leg and multiple 
					deep lacerations, put the bomber into an almost vertical dive from 25,000ft to about 10,000ft. 
					He could judge his altitude only by the increase in engine manifold pressure. As he leveled off, 
					a large force of enemy fighters resumed the attack from all quarters, staying with the B-17 for
					forty-five minutes until they ran low on fuel. During the running battle, in which the pilot saved 
					the B-17 by taking violent evasive action, the crew claimed two fighters shot down and probably 
					downed another two. The crew decided it could not make it over the Owen Stanley Mountains 
					back to Port Moresby, so landed at Dobodura airfield, New Guinea. The co-pilot used his feet 
					on the rudder pedals while the pilot used his good hand on the control column to land before 
					either lapsed into unconsciousness again. The airfield windsock was broken and pointing in 
					the wrong direction causing the pilot to land downwind and used up all the runway. With no 
					brakes or flaps, the bomber ground looped to a stop with one dead and six wounded aboard.
					On the ground, a total of 187 bullet holes from 7.7mm machine gun bullets and five cannon shells 
					from 20mm shell hits were noted on the bomber. Only the co-pilot and two gunners were unhurt.
					Ultimately the pilot and bombardier both received the Medal of Honor. It was only the third 
					time two members of the same crew had received the Medal of Honor for the same mission. 
					The rest of the crew on that mission received the Distinguished Service Cross, just one step 
					removed from the Medal of Honor. That has never happened before or since, and it makes the 
					mission over Bougainville the most highly decorated mission, not just of World War II, but of 
					any American war. When added to the multiple decorations they’d previously earned individually, 
					it also made the Eager Beavers the most highly decorated air crew in American history. After repair 
					the aircraft was transferred to 8th Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, 6th Photo Reconnaissance Group, 
					Schwimmer (14 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea. Returned to US Feb44. 4134th Base 
					Unit (Spokane Air Technical Service Command), Spokane Field, WA 22Mar44. 423rd Base Unit, 
					Walla Walla Field, WA 4Jul44. 2137th Base Unit (Pilot School, Specialized, Four Engine), 
					Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 29Jul44.  To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Oxnard Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM for storage and disposal 9Aug45. War Assets Administration. Sold to 
					Compressed Steel Corporation Jul46; scrapped. Named OLD 666 / LUCY. Named in honor of Lucile
					Christmas, the daughter of Major General John K. Christmas, whom the pilot dated stateside.
				2667 (MSN 2478) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 7Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. Fifth Air Force. 
					435th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, RAAF Garbutt, Townsville, QLD 6May42. Fifth Air Force 22May42. 
					The plane had arrived in New Zealand from New Caledonia Jun42 with two passengers; an officer of the 
					US Navy and a liaison officer from the Free French Navy. It was thought that the main purpose of the visit 
					was to make final plans for the imminent arrival of the American forces to New Zealand, which 
					was to be used as a springboard for the war in the Pacific and also for rest and relaxation from 
					the war zone for those serving. However it was not known why the B-17 was carrying a full bomb load. \
					It took off early in the morning from Whenuapsi airfield, Auckland, NZ on a flight bound for RAAF Laverton, 
					Melbourne, VIC, Australia 9Jun42. Moments after becoming airborne the bomber crashed on farmland
					 not far from the airfield, narrowly missing the home of a local farmer but severely damaging the building 
					and injuring the farmer. It burst into flames and two of the four 500lbs bombs exploded on impact, killing the 
					entire crew and two passengers and created a large crater (11KIS). SOC 31Oct44. Named TEXAS TORNADO.
					There is a memorial plaque at the base. 
				2668 (MSN 2479) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 9Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 5May42. Returned to US, departing 
					Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji arriving 25Oct42. 
					Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. Overhauled and installed with 
					twin 0.50 caliber guns in the nose. 394th Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Group, Bellows Field, 
					Waim?nalo, O’ahu, TH. Departed to Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 15Nov42. Departed to Henderson Field (Cactus), 
					Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands via Espiritu Santo in the New Hebrides 3Jan43. Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 19Jan43. 
					Bomber 2 airfield (Carney Field), Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 28Jun43. Bomber 1 airfield (Palikulo Field), 
					Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides 14Jul43 Returned to US. 3137th Base Unit, Hendricks Field, Sebring, FL 21Oct43. 
					Written off 13Jul44. Reclaimed 20Mar46. Named CHOSEF - a painting of the boxing kangaroo from the 
					Snuffy Smith comic strip on the nose.
				2669 (MSN 2480) Northwest Airlines, Modification Center #12, Holman Field, St. Paul, MN 11Mar42. 
					Ferried on the South Pacific route via Hickam Field, Hawaii then across the Pacific to Australia. 
					Fifth Air Force. 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Australia 4May42. Returned to US, departing 
					Mareeba 23Oct42. Ferried Australia to Nouméa, New Caledonia and Nadi, Viti Levu, Fiji 
					arriving 25Oct42. Departed Fiji 1Nov42 to Hawaii via Samoa and Christmas Island. 
					Pocatello Field, ID 28Nov42. Midwest Air Depot, Oklahoma City, OK 12Dec42. Pyote Field, TX 19Jan43. 
					Pilot School (Specialized, Four Engine), Lockbourne AAB, Columbus, OH 26Feb43. 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Altus Field, OK for storage and disposal 9Oct45.
41-2670			Lockheed XP-58 Chain Lightning
				Model 20-86. MSN 1526.  First flight Jun 6, 1944.  Delivered to Wright Field Oct 22, 1944.  Transformed into ground
					instruction aircraft.  To Technical Data Laboratory, Wright Field, Dayton OH Oct 22, 1944. 
					US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana Jul45. 
					Transferred to GIA.  Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum.
41-2671/3669		Douglas A-20B-DL Havoc
				MSN 5001/5999
				2671 (MSN 5001) w/o Jan 15, 1943 at Fort Myers, FL
				2672 (MSN 5002) w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Eglin Field, FL
				2674 (MSN 5004) w/o Feb 5, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2675 (MSN 5005) w/o Sep 4, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2676/2710 (MSN 5006/5040) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2682 (MSN 5012) Lend-lease to USSR as 12682
					2706 (MSN 5036) did not go to USSR, w/o Dec 10, 1943 at Deversoir
					2707 (MSN 5037) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 31, 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
				2711 (MSN 504) w/o Niov 23, 1943 at Kano Airport, Nigeria.
				2712/2770 (MSN 5042/5100) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2719 (MSN 5049) Lend-Lease to USSR as 12719. Chief Administration of Hydrometeorological 
						Service (GUGMS). Registered as CCCP-M279. Operated by Kuibyshevski OAO. 
						DBR on a test flight after maintenance from Smyshlyayevka, Kuibyshev 1Apr47.
					2732 (MSN 5062) did not go to USSR, w/o Nov 21, 1942 at Atkinson Field, British Guiana
				2771/2778 to US Navy as BD-2 BuNo 7035/7042
				2779/2800 (MSN 5109/5130) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2780 (MSN 5110) did not go to USSR, w/o May 22, 1943 at Atlanta AAB, GA
					2794 (MSN 5124) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 3, 1943 at Agarau, Brazil
					2797 (MSN 5127)  Lend-Lease to USSR as 12797. Armament removed, converted for 
						photographic surveys. Chief Administration of Geodesy Surveying and Cartography (GUGK). 
						Registered as CCCP-F299. Operated by Novosibirski AFO Novosibirskogo AGP at Severny, 
						Novosibirsk by 1947/50. 'GUGK Aerosyomka' titles on the nose. No longer on charge by 1951
				2802/2858 (MSN 5132/5188) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2834 (MSN 5164) Lend-Lease to USSR as 12834. Equipped with UTK-1 dorsal gun turret
					2854  (MSN 5184) Lend-Lease to USSR as 12854. Code white 29. Equipped with
						 UTK-1 dorsal gun turret. Tested at NII VVS (Scientific Research Institute of the Soviet Air Force).
				2860/2894 (MSN 5190/5224) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2895 (MSN 5225) w/o Jul 13, 1943 at Rosecrans Field, MO
				2896/2926 (MSN 5226/5256) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2910 (MSN 5240) did not go to USSR, w/o Jun 13, 1943 at Long Beach AAF, CA
				2928/2942 (MSN 5258/5272) Lend-Lease to USSR
					2931 (MSN 5261) did not go to USSR, w/o in Caribbean Sea off Acklins Island Feb 22, 1943.
					2937 shot down by Haupt. Helmut Lipfert Jan 8, 1945 near Stuhlweissenburg.  4 killed.
				2943 (MSN 5273) w/o Nov 7, 1943 at Wadi Seidna, Sudan/Egypt
				2944/2946 (MSN 5274/5276) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2948/2951 (MSN 5278/5281) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2952 (MSN 5282) w/o Dec 17, 1943 at Columbia, SC
				2953 (MSN 5283) w/o Jun 8, 1943 at Kelly Field, TX
				2954/2960 (MSN 5284/5290) Lend-Lease to USSR
				2961 (MSN 5291) w/o Jun 22, 1942 at Greensboro High Point Apt, NC
				2962 (MSN 5292) w/o Apr 13, 1944 at Florence AAF, SC
				2963 (MSN 5293) w/o May 31, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2964 (MSN 5294) w/o May 4, 1944 at Dugway Proving Ground, UT
				2967 (MSN 5297) w/o Jan 17, 1944 at Laurel AAF, MS
				2969 (MSN 5299) w/o Jul 4, 1943 at Lake Charles AAF, LA
				2970 (MSN 5300) w/o Dec 30, 1943 at Montbrook AAF, FL
				2971 (MSN 5301) w/o Nov 28, 1942 at Woodville, MS
				2972 (MSN 5302) w/o Sep 6, 1942 at Hattiesburg, MS
				2973 (MSN 5303) w/o May 31, 1943 at Starke, FL
				2975 (MSN 5305) w/o Dec 2, 1942 at Robins Field, GA
				2976 (MSN 5306) w/o Sep 13, 1943 at Harding Field, LA
				2977 (MSN 5307) w/o Aug 29, 1942 at Morris Field, NC
				2980 (MSN 5310) w/o Sep 26, 1942 at Burlington, NC
				2981 (MSN 5311) w/o Oct 26, 19042 at Myrtle Beach, SC
				2982 (MSN 5312) w/o Sep 5, 1942 at New Augusta, MS
				2983 (MSN 5313) w/o Apr 9, 1943 at Northern Field, TN
				2985 (MSN 5315) w/o Feb 3, 1944 at Apex, NC
				2986 (MSN 5316) w/o Dec 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
				2989 (MSN 5319) w/o w/o Jan 24, 1943 at Brookley Field, AL
				2991 (MSN 5321) w/o Feb 1, 1945 at Augusta, GA
				2992 (MSN 5322) w/o Oct 10, 1943 at Fenton, LA
				2994 (MSN 5324) w/o Nov 6, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
				2997 (MSN 5327) w/o Apr 25, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				2999 (47th BG) crashed at Hooton Park, England Nov 16, 1942
				3004 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Dec 2, 1942 NATKITC?  MACR 1188
					At one time it was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
					at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
				3011 at one time was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
					at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
				3013 (MSN 5343) w/o Apr 25, 1943 in Greenland
				3015 (MSN 5345) Lend Lease to USSR
				3017/3030 (MSN 5347/5360) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3021 (MSN 5351) did not go to USSR, w/o Aug 10, 1942 at Abilene, TX
				3032/3040 (MSN 5362)
				3041 at one time was used by the Royal Aircraft Establishment
					at Farnborough for wireless transmitter tests.
				3042/3059 (MSN 5372/5389) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3048 (MSN 5378) did not go to USSR, w/o Oct 7, 1943 at Linton, TN
				3060 (MSN 5390) w/o Aug 30, 1942 at Shelby, MT 
				3061/3125 (MSN 5391/5455) Lend-Lease to USSR 
				3131 (MSN 5461) w/o Jun 2, 1944 at Telergma, Algeria
				3132 (379th BG) lost Apr 23, 1944, Atlantic
				3140 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Feb 22, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14558
				3141 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Feb 22, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14559
				3153 (47th BG/12th AF) MIA Jan 4, 1943 TUNISIA.  MACR 14567
				3160 (MSN 5490) w/o May 2, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3161 (MSN 5491) w/o Mar 20, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3166 (47th BG) lost Jul 27, 1944.  MACR 7463
				3167 (47th BG) overshot landing and crashed at Horham, England
					Oct 22, 1942.
				3176 (47th BG) lost Mar 15, 1944.  MACR 3470
				3185/3237 (MSN 5515/5567) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3242 (MSN 5572) w/o Sep 7, 1944 at La Jasse, France
				3246 (MSN 5576) w/o Aug 15, 1944 at Poretta, Corsica, France
				3247 (MSN 5577) w/o Apr 20, 1944 at Capodichino, Italy
				3250 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA in Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943.  1 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 103B. 
				3252 (47th BG, 85th BS) shot down by Oblt. Heinz-Edgar Barres in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/1. 1 mi NE of 
					Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943. 3 KIA.  MACR 52. 
				3253 (??/12AF) MIA 4/17/45 Mediterranean.  MACR 13809
				3256 (MSN 5586) w/o Jan 3, 1943 at Duncan Field, TX
				3260 (MSN 5590) w/o Mayu 13, 1943 at Atar, Mauretania
				3261 (MSN 5591) w/o Dec 4, 1942 at Harding Field, LA
				3267 (47th BG) lost Jan 29, 1945.  MACR 11825
				3274/3313 (MSN 5604/5643) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3295 (6th Ferrying Group) crashed 10 mi from Palm Springs, CA Oct 8, 1942.
						Pilot was Capt Don E. Brown, son of comedian Joe E. Brown.
				3315/3325 (MSN 5645/5655) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3327/3330 (MSN 5657/5660) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3333 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA 3 mi NW of Carpinone, Italy Nov 1, 1943.  MACR 1122.
					2 KIA, 1 returned.
				3343 (MSN 5673) w/o Mar 13, 1944 at Benevento, Italy
				3348 (47th BG, 86th BS) shot down by a Bf-109G-6 5 km E of Atina, Italy Jan 16, 1944. 2 POW, 1 returned.  MACR 1798
				3349 (MSN 5679) w/o Apr 29, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3350 (47th BG) lost Dec 15, 1943.  MACR 1526
				3358 (MSN 5688) w/o Jun 8, 1943 at Harding Field, LA
				3361 (MSN 5691) lost on Jan 20, 1943 during ferry flight from British Guiana to Brazil
				3362 (MSN 5692) w/o Man 8, 1943 at Harding Field, LA 
				3364 (47th BG) lost Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2816
				3365 (MSN 5695) w/o May 20, 1945 at Bar-Le-Duc, France
				3366 (47th BG, 85th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near
					Vallerotonda, Italy Dec 17, 1943.  MACR 1595.  1 KIA 2 POW
				3370 (67th RG, 135rd LS) bellylanded at Keevil, UK Jul 29, 1943.
				3371 (MSN 5701) w/o Oct 13, 1944 at Warton, UK
				3372 (MSN 5702) w/o Feb 18, 1944 at Wethersfield, UK
				3374 (47th BG) lost Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 8257
				3380 (MSN 5710) w/o Oct 16, 1944 at Southend, UK
				3385 (27th ATG) destroyed by fire on the ground at Warton, UK Jun 20, 1943.
				3386 (53rd BG) lost Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10711
				3387 (MSN 5717) w/o Sep 10, 1943 at Hitcham, UK
				3389 (MSN 5719) w/o Aug 20, 1943 at Dinder, UK
				3390 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by AAA at Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 6, 1943.  4 KIA.  MACR 75.  
				3391 (MSN 5721) w/o Oct 21, 1943 at Woodward, OK
				3392 (MSN 5722) w/o Dec 10, 1942 at Wicihta, KS
				3396 (MSN 5726) w/o Feb 23, 1943 at Key Field, MS
				3398 (MSN 5728) w/o Feb 9 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
				3400 (MSN 5730) w/o May 15, 1943 at Keevil, UK
				3404 (47th BG) lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3645
				3407 (MSN 5737) w/o Jul 1, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK
				3409 (47th BG, 84th BS) shot down by AAA NW of Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 3, 1943.  2 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 54.
				3410 (MSN 5740) w/o Aug 13, 1944 at Bari, Italy 
				3412 (MSN 5742) w/o Jul 7, 1943 at Eglin AAAF #2, FL
				3413 (47th BG) lost Feb 22, 1945 at Grosetto, Italy.  MACR 12568
				3419 (47th BG) lost Mar 2, 1944.  MACR 2828
				3421 (MSN 5751) w/o Aug 1, 1944 at Borgo, Corsica
				3422 (MSN 5752) w/o Feb 18, 1943 at Redoto, Brazil
				3423 crashed on landing at Enid AAF, OK Jan 22, 1943.  Crew of 3 survived.
				3425 (47th BG, 97th BS) shot down by Fw. Helmut Kühl in Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/9. 20 km SW of Sciacca, 
					Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943. 3 KIA. MACR 103A. 
				3426 in training accident Memphis TN Mar 12, 1943.  Three bailed out ok.
				3429 destroyed by fire on ground at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 16, 1943.
				3431 (MSN 5761) w/op Jan 9, 945 at Grosseto, Italy
				3434 (MSN 5764) w/o Mar 18, 1943 at Atar, Mauretania
				3440 (MSN 5770) w/o Feb 19, 1944 at Florence AAF, SC
				3446 (MSN 5776) w/o Sep 28, 1943 at Aine Berard, Morocco
				3447 (47th BG) lost Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3683
				3449 (47th BG, 86th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near Belpasso, Sicily, Italy Aug 6, 1943.  MACR 705
				3451 force landed in desert 3/10/1944 SE of Atar, Maurieania
					3/10/1944.  Broke in half.  Crew rescued after seven days by caravan.
				3452 wrecked during taxying at Selfridge Field, MI Feb 24, 1943
				3453 (MSN 5783) w/o Feb 15, 1944 at Barksdale Field, LA
				3455 (MSN 5785) w/o Mar 14, 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				3464 wrecked in taxiing accident at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 8, 1943
				3466 (MSN 5796) w/o May 19, 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off Haiti
				3467 (MSN 5797) w/o Feb 8, 1944 at Kouba, Algeria
				3468 (47th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944.  MACR 8091
				3469 crashed at Foch Field, Tunisia Aug 8, 1943.
				3471 (MSN 5801) w/o Jan 10, 1945 at Grosseto, Italy
				3472 (MSN 5802) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3474/3477 (MSN 5804/5807) Lend Lease to USSR
				3479 (MSN 5809) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3480 (MSN 5810) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3481 (MSN 5811) w/o Jul 24, 1943 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				3484 (MSN 5814) Lend-Lease to USSR.  Shot down by Gefr. Heinrich Heuser in Fw 190A of JG 26/2 and crashlanded near Smolensk,
					Russia Jun 1, 1943.
				3485/3488 (MSN 5815/5818) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3487 (MSN 5817) did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 7, 1943 at Wideawake, Ascencion Island
				3489 (47th BG) lost Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6458
				3490 (MSN 5820) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3494/3550 (MSN 5824/5880) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3549 (MSN 5879) did not go to USSR, w/o Apr 6, 1943 in Florida
				3551 (MSN 5881) w/o Jan 2, 1943 at Columbus, OH
				3552 (MSN 5882) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3553 (MSN 5883) w/o Jan 20, 1943 at Homestead AAB, FL
				3554/3620 (MSN 5884/5950) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3565 with 321 Bomber Aviation Division 242 Bomber Aviation Regiment May 1, 1945 to May 15, 1945
					3583 did not go to USSR, w/o Mar 7, 1943 at Lydda, Palestine
					3618 with 321 Bomber Aviation Division 13 Guard Bomber Regiment May 1, 1945 to May 15, 1945
				3621 (MSN 5951) crashed in California grepe vine field Feb 25, 1943.
				3622/3630 (MSN 5952/5960) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3632/3638 (MSN 5962/5968) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3639 (MSN 5969) w/o Jul 23, 1943 at Hill Field, UT
				3640/3645 (MSN 5970/5975) Lend-Lease to USSR
				3646 (MSN 5976) crashed at Granite Falls, MT Apr 1, 1943
				3647/3654 (MSN 5977/5984) Lend-Lease to USSR
					3654 stabilizer fell appart and crashed 6km NW of Kalachinskaya, Russia Apr 25, 1943.  3 killed.
				3655 (MSN 5985) w/o Aug 26, 1943 at Lowry Field, CO
				3660 (MSN 5990) w/o Apr , 1943 at Grand Cess, Liberia
				3667 (MSN 5997) w/o Jun 2, 1943 t Marbethel Bank, British West Indies
				3669 (MSN 5999) w/o Mar 18, 1943 at Russellville, KY
41-3670/5158		Douglas O-53
				Heavy observation version of A-20B.  Contract cancelled.
41-5159/5183		Curtiss C-46A-CU Commando
				MSN 26361/26385
				5159 (MSN 26361)
				5161 (MSN 26363) damaged Jan 11, 1943 in landing at Reno AAF, Nevada 
				5163 (MSN 26365) burned at New Castle AAF, Delaware Dec 14, 1943.
				5166 (MSN 26368) damaged Aug 6, 1942 in landing at Buffalo Airport, New York
				5167 (MSN 26369/CU9) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored
					at Bush Field, CA.  Bought by California Atlandic in 1949
					and registered N1290M.  Bought by Lloyd Aereo, Boliviano
					Feb 11, 1950 and registered as CB-51.  W/o when crashed at
					Cochabamba, Bolivia Apr 24, 1950.
				5168 (MSN 26370, 78th TCS, 22nd TCG) crashed in Indochina Jul 2, 1943 due to engine failure.  MACR 317
				5169 (MSN 26371) w/o? Jan 23, 1944 Buffalo Airport, NV
				5170 (MSN 26372) crashed near Love Loc, NV Oct 2, 1943
				5171 (MSN 26373, 29th TCG, 99th TpS) lost near Mytina, Burma Nov 7, 1943.  5 POW, one died in prison
					in 1945.  MACR 1234.  Plane was condemned Dec 9, 1943
				5172 (MSN 26374) missing in China Oct 29, 1943.  Also reported as Nov 1, 1943
				5173 (MSN 26375) q/o in landing accident at Sookerating, India Nov 28, 1943.
				5174 (MSN 26376) condemned for salvage Apr 7, 1944
				5175 (MSN 26377) w/o Oct 29, 1943
				5176 (MSN 26378) crashed on takeoff at Buffalo, NY Feb 24, 1943
				5177 (MSN 26379) w/o Sep 11, 1943 at Montebello, CA
				5178 (MSN 26380/CU20) to RFC Jun 5, 1945. Damaged? at Long Beach AAF, CA  on 21 Feb 1946 
					WFU and stored at Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.  Registered as N74698 in 1948.
					WFU and stored in 1948.  Sold to Ecuador in Aug 1948
				5179 (MSN 26381/CU-21) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored at
					Bush Field, GA Nov 1945.
				5180 (MSN 26382/CU22) crashed for unknown reasons into sea 160 km
					N of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic May 7, 1943 near
					Great Iguana Island.
				5181 (MSN 26383/CU23) leased to Northwest Airlines 9/16/43  Returned to
					USAAF Dec 4, 1943.  WFU and stored in 1945.  Some sources have
					this plane as crashing into the sea 160 km N of Santo 
					Domingo May 7, 1943, but this was probably 41-5180.
				5182 (MSN 26384/CU24) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored at
					Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.
				5183 (MSN 26385) w/o Oct 4, 1943 at McClellan Field, CA while being operated by Northwest Airlines.
41-5184/5204		Curtiss C-46A-1-CU Commando
				MSN 26386/26406
				5184 (MSN 26386) w/o Sep 8, 1944 CBI theatre, condemned Sep 11, 1944. 
				5189 (MSN 26391) w/o in landing accident at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Feb 15, 1943.
				5190 (MSN 26392) crashed in bad weather into west peak of Mt. San Antonio in San Gabriel Mountains Oct 5, 1945.  
					Crew of 3 killed.
				5195 (MSN 26397) w/o? 27 Jan 1944 Narsarssuak AB, Greenland
				5197 (MSN 26399) damaged Jun 11, 1945 in landing at Miama AAF, Florida
				5198 (MSN 26400) w/o? 7 Oct 1943  Borinquen Fd, PR
				5200 (MSN 26402) damaged May 12, 1943 in landing at Edmonton, Canada
				5201 (MSN 26403/CU43) to RFC Mar 26, 1946,.  To Aerovias Contreras
					"Ensenada" as XA-GOT.  DBR when crashed into a hill east of
					San Diego, CA Aug 18, 1953.  2 crew killed.  Remains of aircraft
					went to Allied Aircraft Company
				5204 (MSN 26406, 6th TCS, 1st TCG) w/o Aug 7, 1943 Chirdwin Valley, India.  MACR 316.  Condemned Aug 14, 1943.
41-5205/5304		Curtiss P-40B
				MSN 15973/16072.  Model H81-B
				5206/5209 with 44th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5210 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5211/5215 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
					5213 w/o Apr 24, 1942 at Kahuku Field, Hawaii
					5214 w/o Apr 21, 1941 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
				5216 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5217 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5218 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5219/5225 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5226 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5227 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5228 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5229 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5230 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Nov 12, 1942 at Leleiwi Point, Hawaii
				5231 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Jun 22, 1942 at Kahuku Field, Hawaii
				5232 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5233 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5234 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Sep 28, 1943 at Bellows Field, Hawaii
				5235 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5236 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5237 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5239 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5240 (MSN 16008) w/o Nov 3, 1941 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
				5241 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/O sEP 4, 1942 AT Kaena Point, Hawaii
				5242 with 73rd PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5243 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5244 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5245 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5246 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5247 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5248 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5249 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5250 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Oct 25, 1942 at Hilo Airoprt, Hawaii
				5251 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5252 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5254 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5255 with 46th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5256 did not recover from spin 5 miles offshore from Halemina, Oahu, HI 9/18/41.
				5257 with 78th PS, 18th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5262 in mid-air near Minal neqr Pampaganga, PI, 10/13/41
				5258/5282 delivered to 4th Composite Group, Philippines May 17, 1941.
					5261 (MSN 16029) w/o Jul 8, 1942 at Manilla Bay, Philippines
					5268 in accident at Clark Field, PI Jul 19, 1941
					5269 (MSN 16037) w/o Oct 31, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
					5276 in midair collision with P-26 33-111 Jul 30, 1941, Clark Field, PI.
					5278 (MSN 16046) w/o Aug 24, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
					5280 (MSN 16048) w/o Aug 27, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
					5282 in ground loop accident Oct 14, 1941, Philippines
				5284/5285 delivered to 4th Composite Group, Philippines May 17, 1941.
					5284 in accident in Philippines Oct 14, 1941.
					5285 taxied into the rear of 41-5271 Jul 29, 1941 at Clark Field, Philippines
				5286 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5287 Aircraft history card indicates that the plane went to the
					Philippines in 1941
				5288 Aircraft history card indicates that the plane went to the
					Philippines in 1941
				5289 Aircraft history card indicates that the plane went to the
					Philippines in 1941
				5290 Aircraft history card indicates that the plane went to the
					Philippines in 1941
				5291 with 6th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
				5293 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Feb 12, 1942 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii
				5294 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.  W/o Oct 10, 1942 at Waialee, Hawaii
				5295 crashed on takeoff from Wheeler Field Aug 26, 1941 due to engine failure.  Was in commission Dec 7, 1941
				5296 flew into sea off Oahu, Hawaii Nov 22, 1941.  Pilot killed
				5297 (MSN 16065) w/o May 29, 1942 at France Field, Panama Canal Zone
				5298 with 47th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field Dec 7, 1941.
				5299 taxied into 41-5291 while attempting takeoff Dec 7, 1941.
				5300 destroyed in depot shops 12/7/41
				5301 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
				5303 with 46th PS, 15th PG was at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941
				5304 with 19th PS, 18th PG at Wheeler Field on Dec 7, 1941.
41-5305/5744		Curtiss P-40E
				MSN 16297/16736 (not sure these are right)
				5306 damaged on landing Apr 1942 NSW.  May have gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
				5307 to USSR
				5308 to RAAF as A29-?
				5310 to RAAF as A29-4.  Returned to USAAF.  SOC at Tuskegee Apr 1, 1945.
				5311 to USSR
				5312 to RAAF as A29-154.  SOC Aug 1949
				5313 (17th PS/7th PS) wrecked Nov 2, 1942 when landed in water at Bootless Inlet
				5315 to USSR
				5316 to RAAF as A29-157 Sept 1942.  W/o in landing accident at Mildura,
					Vic Apr 1944.
				5317 to RAAF as A29-?
				5318 to RAAF as A29-?
				5319 to USSR
				5320 with 49th PG, 9th PS.
				5321 used by 7th PS, 49th PG in early 1942.
				5322 to RAAF as A29-5
				5323 to USSR
				5324 (MSN 16316) to RAAF as A29-2.  W/o Mar 7, 1942 at Kyogle, Australia
				5327 to USSR   
				5328 left 7th PS/40th PG Feb 26, 1942.  To Australia Feb 26, 1942.  Damaged at Bankstown Mar 26, 1942
				5329 ground-looped while landing at Bankstown, NSW Feb 27, 1942.  May have
					gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
				5330 wrecked in takeoff accident at Strauss Strip, NT Jul 12, 1942.
				5331 to USSR
				5336 to RAAF as A29-28 Mar 1942.  Disposed of Sep 1947.  Fuselage recovered from farm in Mildura.
					Fuselage on display at Warbirds Air Museum, Mildura, Victoria, Austrial 1968-1985.  Acquired by
					Jack  McDonald of Essendon, Victoria in 1988 for restoration to airworthy condition.  
					Restored to airworth 1987-1998 using rear fuselage of A29-1210 and cowlings
					and parts from A29-87.  To RAAF Museum, RAAF Point Victoria 1998-2002.
				5340 Lend-Lease to USSR.
				5341/5343 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5344 to RAAF as A29-2 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Kyogle, NSW Mar 1942
				5346 (CW-366) to RAAF A29-68 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Weir Apr 1942
				5347 (MSN 16339) w/o Oct 9, 1942 at Grenier Field, NH, to CL-26 Oct 16, 1942
				5349 (CW-369) crashed Canberra Feb 1942.
				5354 crashed Apr 27, 1944 near Auburn, AL when failed 
					to recover from power dive.  Tuskegee airman
					Francis Peoples killed.
				5363 to RAAF as A29-7 Mar 1942.  Shot down Apr 17, 1942 near Bululo River.  Pilot killed.
				5365 shot down Feb 19, 1942, Darwin.
				5366 (CW-386, MSN 16358) to RAAF.  Crashed at Mount Black 25 km from
					Townsville Apr 24, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				5369 crashed and burned, Feb 19, 1942.
				5385 (49th PG, 7th PS) crashed Feb 1942.
				5386 to RAAF as A29-64 Mar 1942.  Crashed with 77 Sqdn RAAF on takeoff on unauthorized
					flight at Geraldton, WA May 15, 1942.  Pilot severely burned, aircraft W/O.
					May be confusion with 41-5366.  Listed as Lend-Lease to USSR
				5388 crashlanded Feb 1942.
				5389 crashlanded Feb 1942.
				5392 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5394 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5395 (MSN 16387) to RAAF as A29-26 Mar 1942.  Collided in midair with A29-86 3 mi SW of Bangstown, 
					Australia Dec 24, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				5397/5407 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5408 crashed into sea off Mokala Is. Oahu Feb 27, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				5409 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5412 (MSN 16404) w/o May 2, 1943 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
				5414 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5415 (MSN 16047) to RAAF Mar 1942.  Collided with A29-886 at 
					Bankstown, NSW Dec 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.  
				5419 to USSR Jan 1942
				5420 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5427 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5425 to USSR Jan 1942
				5433 (MSN 16425) w/o Aug 11, 1942 at Bellows Field, Hawaii
				5436 (7th PS, 49th PG) landed wheels-up in Victoria Feb 8, 1942.  Repaired as damage was minimal.
				5449 (CW-469, MSN 16441) crashed 4 mi from Daly Waters, NT. Australia Jun 13, 1942.
				5455 forced landing Mar 28, 1942.  May have gone to RAAF as A29-1 to 25.
				5456 lost Darwin Feb 19, 1942 in crashlanding.
				5463 to RAAF as A29-31 Mar 1942.  W/o from storage Sep 1947
				5464 (MSN 16456) w/o Sep 9, 1942 at Barbers Point, Hawaii
				5466 (MSN 16458) w/o Oct 3, 1943 at Rodgers, Hawaii
				5474 (MSN 16466) w/o Mar 5, 1942 at Kaneohe, Hawaii
				5476 (20th PS (prov)) crashed and damaged Feb 3, 1942, Amberley, QLD.
				5478 wrecked at Wheeler Field Jan 27, 1942 when hit bump and struck another aircraft.
				5483 (MSN 16475) w/o Apr 21, 1942 at Haleiwa, Hawaii
				5492 wrecked at Wheeler Field, Oahu due to engine failure on takeoff Feb 2, 1942.
				5493 surveyed May 6, 1944
				5494 to RAAF as A29-32 Mar 1942.  Shot down and crashed into swamp near Port Moresby,
					New Guinea Apr 6, 1942.  Pilot OK.  Recovered and repaired.
					Crashlanded after engine failure at Longford, Victoria Aug 1944.   W/o Sep 2, 1944 at 
					Letts Beach, Australia.  To instructional airframe Mar 1945.
					Converted to components Nov 1945.
				5495 wrecked at Bellows Field when hit steamroller Mar 19, 1942.
				5500 (MSN 16492) w/o Jan 20, 1943 at Haleiwa, Hawaii, repaired.  W/o Oct 3, 1943 at Rodgers AAF, Hawaii
				5503 to RAAF as A29-163 Sep 1942.  Collided with A29-160 (41-24823) 4/1943, Onsloe, WA.
				5505 (MSN 16497) w/o Mar 30, 1942 at Wheeler Field, Hawaii, condemned Apr 15, 1942
				5507 (MSN 16499) to RAAF as A29-72 Mar 1942
				5508 to RAAF as A29-81 Mar 1942.  Crashed Goodenough Island 8/1942.
				5509 collided with P-40E 41-35943 Manton Dam Jul 10, 1942.
				5511 (49th PG, 8th PS) wfs Sep 18, 1943 at Jackson Field, New Guinea
				5512 (CW-532, MSN 16504) to Netherlands East Indies Feb 1942.  
				5513 to RAAF as A29-?
				5515 (49th PG, 9th PS) w/o Jul 15, 1944, Australia 
				5518 to RAAF as A29-33 Mar 18, 1942.  SOC Sep 23, 1947.
				5520 to RAAF as A29-34 Mar 1942.  Crashed with 76 Sqdn near Karrawinna
					North 11/1944.  W/o Nov 8, 1944 at Mildura, Australia
				5521 (MSN 16513) w/o Apr 20, 1944 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
				5522 to RAAF as A29-46 Mar 1942.  W/o Apr 4, 1942, Cessnock NSW.
				5523 to RAAF as A29-35 Mar 1942.  Collided with A29-89 at Mildura, Australia 12/1943, w/o Dec 6, 1943
				5525 to RAAF as A29-36 Mar 1942.  Shot down near Fall River 8/11/1942.
				5526 (4th Air Depot Group) crashed into mountain near Aberfeldy, Victoria, Australia Mar 10, 1942.
				5527 to RAAF as A29-47 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/28/1942.
					Pilot KIA.
				5528 (MSN 16520) to RAAF as A29-77 Apr 1942.  Forced landing near Sideia Island 4/1943 
					and written off Apr 14, 1943.
				5530 (MSN 16522) to RAAF as A29-37 Mar 1942.  Hit tree near Weir strip, Australia 5/26/1942.
				5531 (MSN 16523) w/o Aug 21, 1944 at Foster Field, TX
				5532 to RAAF as A29-38 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Lae, New Guinea
					3/27/1942.  Pilot KIA.
				5533 to RAAF as A29-39 Mar 1942.  W/o 11/1946.
				5534 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Mar 13, 1942 to Jul 20, 1942.
				5535 to RAAF as A29-48 Mar 1942.  Lost to enemy action near Turnbull Strip
					5/2/1942.
				5536 to RAAF as A29-40 Mar 1942.  Crashed on ferry flight 5/1943.
				5537 w/o in USA Apr 1, 1942 at Portland Field
				5538 to RAAF as A29-41 Mar 1942.  Crashed 12/1943, Mildura, VIC.
				5542 (CW-562, MSN 16534)
				5543 (CW-563, MSN 16535) 
				5544 (MSN 16536) crashed in USA at Suffolk, VA Jan 2, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				5545 (CW-565, MSN 16537, 49th FG) condemned in PNG after crash landing in PNG Nov 26, 1942.
				5546 to RAAF as A29-42 Mar 1942.  Crashed south of Brisbane 4/30/1942.
				5547 (MSN 16539) w/o at Luke Field Aug 6, 1942.
				5549 (MSN 16541) to RAAF as A29-43 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/24/1942.
					Pilot KIA.  Has been recovered and is under long term restoration
					in Australia.  Registration LN-WNC reserved Sep 2, 2008.
				5550 to RAAF as A29-69 Mar 1942.  Crashed 4/27/1942 near Cooktown QLD.
					Also have it w/o 5/5/1942 after undercarriage collapse.
					Also have it lost to enemy action Port Moresby May 1942.
				5551 (CW-571, MSN 16543, 49th PG) crashed Feb 27, 1942 when left landing gear failed.  Relocated to Geelong and
					repaired.  Shot down by Australian AAA Apr 4, 1942 over Darwin, NT.  Pilot bailed out.
				5552 (CW-572, MSN 16544) 
				5553 (49th PG, 7th PS) w/o after landing at Batchelor, NT Jun 2, 1942
				5554 (CW-574, MSN 16546) to RAAF as A29-?
				5555 (CW-575, MSN 16547) to RAAF as A29-75 Mar 1942.  w/o 12/1947.
				5556 (CW-576, MSN 16548) to Netherlands Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5557 (CW-577, MSN 16549, 49th PG, 7th PS) w/o Jun 10, 1942 at Brock's Creek when pilot blacked out and
					dove into ground.
				5558 (CW-578, 51st FG, 23rd FS) lost Apr 28, 1943 near Takung Valley, Burma Apr 28, 1943.
				5559 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashed near Eden NSW when pilot got lost in bad weather Mar 28, 1942.
				5560 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashlanded at Bachelor, NT Jun 15, 1942
				5561 (CW-581, MSN 16553) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5562 (CW-582, MSN 16554)
				5563 x/o Oct 11, 1943, Washington State, USA
				5564 to RAAF as A29-78 Apr 1942.  Crashed on takeoff at Milne Bay, New Guinea Aug 16, 1942 and
						converted to components.
				5565 (CW-585, MSN 16557)
				5566 (CW-586, MSN 16558) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942. 
				5567 (MSN 16559) shot down Dec 28, 1942, Aleutians, w/o Jan 21, 1943 at Kuluk Bay, Alaska
				5569 (CW-589, MSN 16561) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5570 (CW-590, 51st FG, 16th FS).   Dove in to ground at Karachi Mar 31, 1942.
				5574 to RAAF as A29-?
				5576 (MSN 16568) w/o Aug 24, 1942 at Strauss Field, Australia
				5579 to RAAF as A29-?
				5580 (49th FG) w/o Dec 20, 1942, Bootless Bay.  Also lsited at W/o Dec 20, 1941 at Lambert Field, MO
				5581 (MSN 16573) w/o in Alaska May 15, 1942.  W/o Sep 10, 1942 at Fort Glenn, AK
				5584 to RAAF as A29-?
				5586 (MSN 16578) crashlanded Feb 13, 1942 (13th PS), repaired, issued to RAAF as A29-27 Mar 1942.
					Finally crashed at Port Moresby Mar 1942.  WFU Jul 30, 1942.
				5587 (CW-607, MSN 16579) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942. 
				5591 (51st FG, 23rd FS) w/o Nov 9, 1942 on deferred landing at Landhi Airfield, India
				5596 to RAAF as A29-?
				5597 to RAAF as A29-44 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Turnball, Milne Bay, Australia 4/1943.
				5598 to RAAF as A29-156 Sep 1942.  Crashed 11/26/1942, Edge Hill, Cairns, QLD.
				5599 to RAAF as A29-70 Mar 1942.  Crashed 6/5/1942 in sea off Townsville QLD.
				5600 to RAAF as A29-45 Mar 1942.  Destroyed Werribee Bombing Range, 11/1947.
				5601 (CW-621, MSN 16593) to Netherlands Indies AF Feb 1942.  Destroyed Mar 8, 1942
				5602 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashed near Eden NSW when pilot got lost in bad weather Mar 28, 1942.
				5604 (CW-624, MSN 16596) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5605 (CW-625, MSN 16597) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.   
				5606 (7th PS, 49th PG) crashed at Laverton, Vic Feb 1942.
				5608 (CW-628, MSN 16600) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5607 (49th PG, 8th PS) crashlanded at Kokoda Strip, PNG Nov 21, 1942, pilot OK
				5610 (7th FS, 49th FG) shot down over Kokoda,PNG Nov 22, 1942
				5612 to RAAF as A29-29 Mar 1942.  Shot down over Port Moresby 4/24/1942.  Pilot OK.
				5614 (49th PG, 9th PS) crashed at Middle Point, NT caused by faulty fuel system
				5619 (49th PG, 8th PS) w/o Nov 26, 1942, PNG.
				5620 (49th PG, 9th PS) wfu Jul 27, 1943 and salvaged
				5621 (49th PG, 8th PS) SUMAC/LEFT 7/8thPS/49thPG #30 on 49th FG Books 26/02/42 
					Project"X" Dec 22, 1941 "X" Feb 26, 1942 ,.... a/c #30 flown by Lt Dale 7thFS/49thFG that 
					caused the T/O collision of #32 (serial unkown) piloted by 2Lt Tyler,with C40#519(serial 
					ukn) on Apr 29, 1942 at Batchelor Field NT Australia, Brig General George and 2Lt 
					Jasper killed ) latter with the 8th FS, had structural failure in engine over 
					Brock's Creek NT Lt Donald Dittler bailed out Jun 11, 1942 
				5622 (49th PG, 7th PS) wfu Jun 17, 1943 and salvaged in PNG.
				5623 (CW-643, MSN 16615) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5625 (CW-645, MSN 16617) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5626 (CW-646, MSN 16618) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5627 (CW-647, MSN 16619) to Netherlands East Indies AF.  Escaped to Australia and to RAAF as A29-72.  
					Landing accident at Milne Bay, Australia Aug 1943.  Condemned Oct 31, 1944.
				5628 (CW-648, MSN 16620) w/o in crash landing with 51st FG, 16th FS May 20, 1942
				5629 (CW-649, MSN 16621) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5630 (CW-650, MSN 16622) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5631 (CW-651, MSN 16623) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5632 (MSN 16624) to RAAF as A29-71 Mar 1942.  Crashed near Seaspray, Victoria, Austalia Jan 16, 1945.  Recovered 1999-2002
				5634 (CW-654) w/o in crash landing with 51st FG, 16th FS at Karachi May 17, 1942.
				5635 (CW-655)
				5636 (CW-656, MSN 16628) w/o in taxiing accident with 51st FG, 16th FS Jun 26, 1942, Karachi, India, w/o Nov 18, 1943
				5637 (CW-657, MSN 16629) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5638 (49th PG, 9th PS) w/o Jun 16, 1942, PNG.
				5639 (CW-659, MSN 16631) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5640 (CW-660, MSN 16632) to Netherlands East Indies AF Feb 1942.  
				5643 to RAAF as A29-31.  W/o from storage Sep 1947.
				5644 (MSN 16636) to RAAF as A29-155 Aug 1942.  Taxied into A29-323 at Mildura, Vic Jun 1945.
				5645 (49th PG, 9th PS) condemned Nov 26, 1942, Port Moresby
				5646 to RAAF as A29-?
				5647 (CW-667, MSN 16639) to RAAF as A29-159 Sep 1942.  WFU Aug 7, 1945.  Destroyed
					at Weribee bombing range Apr 1948
				5648 (49th PG, 9th PS) crash landed Aug 2, 1942 Adelaide River NT, Australia.  Repaired (?) w/o May 6, 1944 at Edingurg, TX
				5651 to RAAF as A29-79 Apr 1942.  Authorized for w/o Aug 1947.
				5652 to RAAF as A29-?
				5653 to RAAF as A29-?
				5656 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
				5657 (51st FG) w/o Aug 7, 1942, CBI
				5658 to AVG Apr 1, 1942.  Salvaged CBI Apr 20, 1943
				5659 (51st FG) w/o Mar 18, 1942 in transit accident.
				5660 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
				5661 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5662 (51st FG) w/o in crashlanding Jul 11, 1942, CBI.
				5665 (51st FG) w/o Dec 24, 1942.
				5666 to AVG Mar 24, 1942
				5667 to AVG Mar 24, 1942
				5668 to AVG May 28, 1942
				5669 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
				5670 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5672 to AVG Ap4 3, 1942
				5675 (MSN 16667) w/o in Alaska Jan 29, 1943
				5676 w/o in Alaska Dec 20, 1942
				5680 (MSN 16672) force landed Karachi, India after engine failure, 10/20/42.  Repaired (?), w/o Mar 9, 1943 at Karachi, India
				5683 (MSN 16675) w/o Jul 17, 1944 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
				5684 in takeoff collision with P-40E 40-611 Apr 24, 1942, Elmendorf AAF, AK.  Both
					planes demolished.
				5685 w/o in Alaska Jul 29, 1942, Cold Bay, Alaska
				5688 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
				5689 to AVG Apr 9, 1942
				5690 (51st FG) w/o Jan 30, 1943 in CBI
				5691 (28th Composite Group) SOC May 11, 1943
				5692 crashed into sea Feb 24, 1942 off Boston, MA.  Pilot killed.
				5693 (MSN 16685) wrecked in landing Jun 17, 1942 Elmendorf, AK.  SOC Dec 5, 1942
				5694 to AVG Mar 25, 1942
				5695 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5696 (MSN 16688) to AVG Mar 3, 1942.  Believed to have been Col Robert Scott's aircraft.  W/o Mar 29, 1943 at Landhi Field, India
				5697 to AVG Apr 1, 1942
				5699 crash landed at Buffalo, NY Jan 13, 1942 and w/o.
				5700 to RAAF as A29-162.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Jul 1947.
				5701 (MSN 16693) w/o Apr 13, 1944 in Alaska
				5703 (51st FG) w/o Nov 25, 1943
				5704 (MSN 16696) w/o Nov 8, 1942 at Wanshepoo, China
				5706 (MSN 16698) w/o Jan 21, 1944 at Landhi Airfield, India
				5708 (MSN 16700) w/o Dec 9, 1943 at Tuskegee AAF, AL
				5709 crashed on landing at Fort Randall, Cold Bay, Alaska Sep 26, 1942 .  Hulk stripped and abandoned on
					airfield dump.  Found buried in Alaska in 1983 and excavated in 1987.  Restored to airworthy 1996-2009.
					Registered as N2416X. Now with Texas Flying Legends Museum.  The P-40E wears the colors of Colonel Robert L. Scott Jr’s 
					aircraft while he commanded the 23rd FG in the China-Burma-India Theatre during WWII.
				5710 to AVG Apr 9, 1942.
				5712 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5713 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5714 (MSN 16706) w/o Aug 25, 1944 in Alaska
				5715 (MSN 16707) w/o Oct 12, 1944 at Alexai, AK
				5716 (MSN 16708) crashed after takeoff from Cold Bay, AK Jul 31, 1942.  SOC Aug 7, 1942
				5717 crashed on takeoff Elmendorf, AK Jun 3, 1942.  Pilot killed.  Condemned Jun 8, 1942.
				5718 to AVG Apr 3, 1942
				5719 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
				5721 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
				5722 (MSN 16714) w/o Sep 16, 1942 at Fort Glenn, AK
				5724 (MSN 16716) w/o Jul 23, 1942 at Ft Randall, AK
				5727 (MSN 16719) w/o Sep 1, 1944 at Casco AB, AK
				5728 to AVG Mar 31, 1942
				5729 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5730 Lend-Lease to USSR
				5731 (CW 751, MSN 16723) to USSR Jan 17, 1942
				5732 (CW 752, MSN 16724) to USSR Jan 17, 1942
				5733 to USSR
				5734 to RAAF as A29-62 Mar 1942.  Crashed due to engine fire during test flight over Batchelor
					Field Oct 12, 1942.  Pilot bailed out
				5735 to RAAF as A29-66 Mar 1942.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Jul 1949.
				5736 to RAAF as A29-56 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Bankstown, NSW Jul 1943., w/o Jul 14, 1943
				5737 to RAAF as A29-50 Mar 1942.  Pilot bailed out Jul 15, 1942 and plane
					crashed near Pearce, WA
				5738 to RAAF as A29-51 Mar 1942.  Force landed at Strauss Field NT due to engine overheating
					Nov 25, 1942.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946, SOC Nov 1948. 
				5739 to RAAF as A29-60 Mar 1942.  Crashed north of Darwin, Australia due to fuel
					exhaustion Sep 7, 1942.  Aircraft only receved a bent prop.  Repaired and flown out.
					Crashed at GolGol Range, Australia Sep 23, 1943
				5740 to RAAF as A29-61 Mar 1942.  Crashed at Dunreath, Australia May 3, 1942
				5741 to RAAF as A29-58 Mar 1942.  W/o Jun 19, 1944 at Mildura, Australia.  Authorized for w/o Dec 1947
				5742 to RAAF as A29-54 Mar 1942.  Sold to Laverton Salvage Co. Feb 1953.
				5743 to RAAF as A29-65 Mar 1942.  Collided in midair with A29-126
					(ex 41-35955) at Wentworth Bombing Range Sep 1944, w/o Sep 8, 1944 at Mildura, Australia.
				5744 to RAAF as A29-55 Mar 1942.  Destroyed at Weribee bombing range Apr 1948.
41-5745/5894		Curtiss AT-9 Jeep
				Model CW-25
				5747 w/o Jul 10, 1942 at Columbus AFS, MS
				5751 w/o Jan 2, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
				5752 w/o Mar 23, 1944 at Blytheville AF, AR
				5754 damaged in landing accident at Turner Field, GA Jan 30, 1943
				5759 w/o Dec 178, 1942 at Hornersville, MO
				5762 w/o Jan 13, 1942 at Leesburg AAAF, GA
				5764 w/op Nov 19, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5765 w/o Sep 16, 1943 at Navasota, TX
				5767  w/op Aug 5, 1942 at Helendale, CA
				5769 w/o Nov 28, 1942 at Lubbock West AAAF, TX
				5770 w/o Feb 2, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5771 w/o Oct 8, 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX
				5775 w/o Aug 3, 1942 at March Field, CA
				5777 w/o Nov 15, 1944 at Carlsbad AAF, NM
				5779 w/op May 9, 1944 at Altus AAF, OK
				5782 w/o Dec 22, 1943 at Altus AAF, OK
				5783 w/o Jan 22, 1944 at Douglas AAAF #1, AZ
				5784 w/o Apr 28, 1943 at Rocky Ford AAAF, CO
				5785 crashed at Oxford, NE Jan 6, 1943
				5786 involved in midair collision with 41-11960 and crashed 10 mi SW of Auxiliary
					Field 2, Douglas AZ Jan 22, 1943.
				5789 w/o Oct 2, 19o42 at Sheridan, TX
				5790 w/o Oct 2, 1943 at Sheridan, TX
				5792 w/o Feb 2, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5793 w/o Aug 19, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5794 w/o Mar 19, 1944 at Olustee AAAF, OK
				5795 w/o Mar 29, 1943 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5796 w/o Aug 24, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5797 w/o Nov 14, 1943 at Whidney Island NAS, WA
				5798 w/o Dec 27, 1943 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5799 w/o Jun 3, 1942 at Mirage Lake, CA
				5803 w/o Feb 19, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5806 w/o Aug 31, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5807 w/o Jan 10, 1942 at Lambert Field, MO
				5808 W/O Jan 17, 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5810 w/o in landing accident at Ellington Field, TX Jan 15, 1943
				5812 w/o Dec 29, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5813 w/o May 5, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5814 w/o Mar 167, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5818 w/o Oct 22, 1942 at Winona, MS
				5819 w/o Sep 11, 1942 at Nashville, GA
				5822 w/o Sep 29, 1942 at Turner Field, GA
				5826 w/o Feb 25, 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				5827 w/o Sep 23, 1944 at Hatbox Field, OK
				5828 w/o Dec 30, 1942 at Lovelady, TX
				5829 w/o Mar 26, 1943 at Freeport, TX
				5830 damaged in takeoff accident at Blackland AFS, TX Jan 12, 1943 and w/o.
				5831 w/o Jul 9, 1943 at Altus, OK
				5834 w/o Apr 17, 1944 at Vernon, TX
				5837 w/o Jul 16, 1943 at Colfred Ground Gunnery Range, AZ
				5839 to RFC Hot Box Field, OK 10/10/44
				5842 w/o Mar 12, 1943 at Glendale, CA
				5843 w/o Mar 17, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5844 w/o Mar 29, 1942 at Jasper, FL
				5845 w/o Dec 21, 1942 at Luxora, AR
				5846 w/o Jan 10, 1944 at Gideon, MO
				5849 w/o Mar 5, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5850 w/o Nov 27, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5853 w/o Jun 30, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5857 w/o Feb 19, 1942 at Mather Field, CA
				5864 w/o Feb 11, 1943 at Benson, AZ
				5865 w/o Sep 25, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5866 w/o Aug 14, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5867 w/o Jun 3, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				5868 w/o Apr 26, 1942 at Rittenhouse AAAF, AZ
				5870 w/o Apr 14, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5871 w/o Jul 9, 1944 at Chloride, AZ
				5872 w/o Apr 3, 1942 at Casa Grande Field, AZ
				5873 w/o Jan 17, 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5875 w/o May 22, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				5878 w/o Nov 11, 1942 at Mirage Lake, CA
				5880 w/o Aug 20, 1942 at Victorville AFS, CA
				5881 w/o Apr 21, 1943 at La Junta, CO
				5883 w/o Apr 29, 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ
				5884 w/o Aug 20, 1942 at Neuralia, CA
				5885 w/o Jun 9, 1942 at Williams Field, AZ
				5889 w/o Mar 3, 1944 at Douglas AAAF #2, AZ
				5890 w/o Jun 6, 1943 at Williams Field, AZ
				5891 w/o May 27, 1943 at Casa Grande, AZ
41-5895/6064		Republic P-47B Thunderbolt
				Republic Aviation Corporation, Farmingdale, Long Island, New York. Model AP-10. Redesignated RP-47B 1943, 
					as ‘restricted’ from combat.
				5895 (MSN 1) First production P-47B, really a specially-built second prototype; Delivered to USAAC 21Dec41; 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH; parts recovered from crash site in New Jersey, stored pending decision on 
					restoration, Bensenville IL.
				5896	(MSN 2) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; Used for an extensive test program by various agencies.
				5897 (MSN 3) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia 
					Mar 18, 1942 to Oct 20, 1942.
				5898	(MSN 4) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; Used for an extensive test program by various agencies. 
				5899	(MSN 5) Delivered to USAAC Mar42; Used for an extensive test program by various agencies. Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crashed 26Mar42 near Salisbury Golf Course, NY. The Republic test pilot 
					was killed when it went out of control in a dive and crashed due to failure of the tail assembly 
					when the tail plane attachment point fractured. The pilot bailed out but was too low for the parachute to open
				5900 (MSN 6) w/o May 1, 1942 at Oak Beach, Long Island, NY caused by engine failure and fire.  Pilot bailed out.
				5901 (MSN 7) “Lucky Seven! Gift of the Republic Aviation Employees”;  assigned to NACA Langley Memorial 
					Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia Jul 13, 1942 to Oct 20, 1943
				5902	(MSN 8) Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Used for acceptance performance 
					tests at Farmingdale Jun42; 56th FG [7], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long 
					Island, NY; 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC
				5903 (MSN 9) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL;
					w/o May 26, 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL
				5904	(MSN 10)	
				5905	(MSN 11) [5], 56th FG, 1st AF; Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH
				5906	(MSN 12) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 21Jul42 landing at Mitchel; Force landed with engine failure 17Aug42 at Huntington Station, NY; 
					340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Ground accident 5Dec42 at Westover.
				5907 (MSN 13) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, NY; Mid air collision 10Jul42 with P-47 							
					41-5934 at East Islip, Long Island, NY; 63rd FS, 56th FG, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Damaged 11Sep42 on take-off at Bridgeport; 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Forced landing with engine failure 25Feb43 at Goshen, MA; Damaged by fire 25Aug43 
					with maintenance crew on the ground at Westover.
				5908 (MSN 14) Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Forced landing 8Jun42 at Eglin; 
					Damaged when nosed over on take-off 10Aug42 at Eglin.
				5909 (MSN 15) 
				5910 (MSN 16) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 12Jun42 at Black Rock Harbor, CT. Accident 12Jun42 at Black Rock Harbor, CT. The pilot
					steered his plane carefully between scores of small boats after his engine quit at 1,500 feet 
					sustained only a slight hand laceration. He was picked up by nearby boats. Salvage operations were 
					started to raise the aircraft June 13, 1942.
				5911 (MSN 17) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 30Jun42 at Lake Zoar, East Hill, CT during practice formation maneuvers when tail came off 
					in a dive; Pilot killed
				5912 (MSN 18) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 20Jun42 at Milford, CT
				5913 (MSN 19) 1st Single Engine Gunnery Training Group, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Accident landing 15Oct43 
					at Eglin; 429th Base Headquarters Squadron, Yale University, New Haven Airport, CT; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Destroyed by fire 10Mar44 on the ground at Columbia Field, SC
				5914 (MSN 20) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident landing 17Jun42 at Bridgeport
				5915 (MSN 21) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident landing 30Jul42 at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 328th FS, 
					352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident landing 8Feb43 at Groton; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson 
					Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident landing 30Oct43 at Seymour
				5916 (MSN 22) Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Damaged on take-off 6Jul42 at Eglin
				5917	(MSN 23)	[P91]; Freeman Field, Seymour, IN; C Squadron [4Z], 2529th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, 
					Moore Field, TX; Damaged 13Nov44 while parked at Moore Field.  US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, 
					Indiana August 9, 1945. Set aside for proposed USAAF aviation museum. Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at Orchard Place Airport, 
					Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
				5918	(MSN 24)	
				5919 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident caused by mechanical failure landing 13Jul42 at Bridgeport; Pilot killed
				5920 (MSN 26) [32], 56th FG, 1st AF; 340th FS, 348th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Force landed 8Jan43 at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; 15th FS [273], 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Fort Myers 
					Field, FL; Forced landing 5Jan44 Green Swamp, 20 miles SW of Wilmington, NC; Randy Ferris, Bensenville IL; 
					recovered in 14 helicopter sling loads 1995, trucked to Bensenville as basis for a restoration project
				5921 (MSN 27) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 16Jul42 landing at Bridgeport; Redesignated RP-47B; 350th FS, 353rd FG, 
					1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; Accident 2Apr43 landing at Connellsville Airport, PA
				5922 	(MSN 28) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 24Jul42 landing at Bridgeport; Accident 28Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5984 landing at 
					Harrisburg Municipal Airport, PA; 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Missing in poor weather 11Feb43 on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton
				5923 MSN 29) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 17Aug42 into Long Island Sound, CT. After taking off the engine detonated and the aircraft 
					was ditched. Pilot was able to wade ashore.
				5924 (MSN 30) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 24Jun42 landing at Bridgeport; 340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 1Dec42 when flew into ground in bad weather at Westhampton, MA; Pilot killed
				5925	(MSN 31) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 3Jul42 when stalled landing at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident 17Jun43 landing at 
					Westover when collided with P-47B 41-6008 
				5926	(MSN 32) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 12Jul42 at Bridgeport; Redesignated RP-47B; 320th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 14Aug43 after engine failure near Ellington, CT; Pilot bailed out
				5927	(MSN 33) 89th FS [131], 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 27Aug42 in collision with P-47B 41-5971 landing at Mitchel; Crashed 26Sep42 
					when force landed with engine failure at Garden City, Long Island, NY
				5928	(MSN 34)	
				5929	(MSN 35) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 24Jun42 after the aircraft caught fire when the turbo-supercharger 
					disintegrated at Huntington, NY; Pilot bailed out
				5930	(MSN 36)	Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Wright Field, 
					Dayton, OH; Forced landing 11Aug42 at Patterson Field, OH; Redesignated RP-47B; 320th FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident 12Jun43 landing at Westover; 
					Crashed 27Aug43 with mechanical failure near North Hatfield, MA; Pilot bailed out
				5931	(MSN 37) [31], 56th FG, 1st AF; Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, 
					Dayton, OH; Used for performance tests Sep42; Redesignated RP-47B; 351st FS, 
					353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 8Apr43 at Millville Field, NJ; 
					269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Accident 15Jun44 landing at Strother.
				5932	(MSN 38) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Crashed 20Aug43 5 miles SW of Crystal River, FL; Pilot killed
				5933	(MSN 39) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; Accident 12Jul42 
					landing at Newark; 351st FS [933], 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 1Apr43 with engine failure taking off at Millville Gunnery Range A
				5934	(MSN 40) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 10Jul42 with P-47 41-5907 at East Islip, Long Island, NY; Pilot killed
				5935	(MSN 41) 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 2Sep42 taxying in 
					collision with P-47B 41-5941 at Bradley; Redesignated RP-47B; Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 15May43 with engine failure 2 miles N of Suffield, CT
				5936	(MSN 42) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 24Sep42 at Bridgeport; 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Crashed 20Mar43 with engine failure after take-off at Groton
				5937	(MSN 43) 89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Forced landing 1Aug42 at Mitchel; Mid air collision 2Oct42 with P-47 41-6054 at Eastport, Long Island, NY;
	 				Pilot bailed out
				5938	(MSN 44) Converted during production as the Republic Model MX-116; Fitted with a laminar-flow wing, 
					completed 25un42; Designated XP-47F; Wright Field, Dayton, OH 17Sep42; NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, Virginia 22Feb43 to 23May43; Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 14Oct43 
					when flew into ground at Bacova, VA; Pilot killed
				5939	(MSN 45) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 22Sep42 with engine failure at Boston, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; 321st FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 30May43 into Long Island Sound, 
					3 miles SE of New Haven, CT; Pilot killed
				5940	(MSN 46) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 11Feb43 
					in bad weather on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton near Cranston, RI; Pilot killed
				5941	(MSN 47) 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 322nd FS, 326th Fighter 
					Group, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Destroyed 2Sep42 in collision with P-47B 41-5935 
					taxying at Bradley
				5942	(MSN 48) Flight Section, Materiel Division, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Used for comparative tests of 
					six four-bladed propellers at Farmingdale, Dec42; Used for comparative tests of a 13 feet propeller 
					and with the standard production propeller at Farmingdale, Jan43; Used as a test bed for a contra-rotating 
					propeller; Nicknamed “Double Twister”. This early application of contra-rotating propellers on a P-47B 
					was accomplished so discreetly that its installation and single test flight was unknown to all but a 
					handful of people at Farmingdale. A simple oversight (not neutralizing fin offset) nearly cost 
					the test pilot his life. Crashed 2Feb44 near Clymer, PA; Pilot bailed out
				5943	(MSN 49) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 11Feb43 
					in bad weather on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton near East Passage, Newport Bay, RI; Pilot killed
				5944	(MSN 50) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 4Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5975 taxying at Bradley; 21st FS, 352nd Fighter 
					Group, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Missing in poor weather 11Feb43 on ferry flight from Providence, RI to Groton
				5945	(MSN 51) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Crashed 24Sep42 3 miles E of Newfoundland, NJ; Pilot killed
				5946	(MSN 52) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 5Sep42 landing at Bradley; Redesignated RP-47B; 495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th  Fighter-Bomber 
					Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; Damaged 7Mar44 while parked in collision 
					by RP-47B 41-6046 at William Northern
				5947	(MSN 53) 340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 26Dec42 landing at Westover; 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Ground accident 30Mar43, destroyed by fire at Groton
				5948	(MSN 54)	
				5949	(MSN 55)	340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged 9Jan43 when ground looped during take-off at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 216th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Accident 31Jul44 taking off at Wendover
				5950	(MSN 56)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Redesignated RP-47B; Damaged 18Oct43 landing at Seymour; Tow Target Squadron,283rd Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; Accident 29Jul44 landing at Woodward Field, OK
				5951	(MSN 57) 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 27Jun43 near Westbrook, CT after aircraft caught fire; Pilot bailed out
				5952	(MSN 58)	3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Damaged 13May43 while parked in collision by P-39N 42-18893 taxying 
					at Lockbourne AAB, OH; 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crash landed 15Jun43 with mechanical failure at Patterson Field, OH
				5953	(MSN 59) Headquarters Squadron, 1st Fighter Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 20Jul42 due mechanical failure at Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 89th Fighter 
					Squadron, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged by fire 21Sep42 at Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged on the ground 20Jun43 in collision with P-47D 42-22358 landing at Westover; Seymour 
					Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 22Nov43 when nosed over taxying at Seymour; 305th Fighter 
					Squadron, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 10Jan44 taking off at Cross City AAB, FL
				5954	(MSN 60) 341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 26Dec42 when nosed over taking off at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Accident 17Jun43 landing at Bradley
				5955	(MSN 61) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Destroyed 24Oct42 when force landed with fuel starvation at Mansfield, CT. The pilot had been 
					buzzing the girl's dormitory of the University of Connecticut at Mansfield. After several passes 
					the pilot forgot to switch fuel tanks and the engine suddenly stopped. Attempting to force land 
					on a small lake, the aircraft overshot and knocked down several small trees. Exiting the aircraft, 
					a tree fell on the pilot, knocking him unconscious but fortunately the aircraft did not catch fire 
					and the pilot recuperated in the University hospital.
				5956	(MSN 62) 34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 7Feb43 due weather landing at New Haven; 321st FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 11Jun43 one miles S of Westover; Pilot killed
				5957	(MSN 63) 1st AF, Boston Commonwealth Airport, MA; Accident 25Apr43 when ground looped with 
					mechanical failure landing at Boston; Redesignated RP-47B; Boston Airport, MA; Accident 29Jun43 
					landing at East Boston
				5958	(MSN 64) 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 8Jul43 with engine failure at Breckwood Park, North Springfield, MA
				5959	(MSN 65) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; Crashed 1Aug42 
					after engine failure and fire at Mitchel, NY; Pilot bailed out
				5960	(MSN 66) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Force landed on fire 14Sep42 at Bridgeport; 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 19Dec42 with engine failure at North Wilbraham, MA; Pilot bailed out
				5961	(MSN 67)	
				5962	(MSN 68) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 19Oct43 landing at Seymour; 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, 
					Winfield, KS; Forced landing 15Jun44 with fuel starvation at Jefferson, OK
				5963	(MSN 69) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 24Jul43 when ground looped landing at Westover
				5964	(MSN 70) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; Accident 4Aug42 
					landing at Newark
				5965	(MSN 71) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 6Aug42 when nosed over landing at Bridgeport; Accident 7Sep42 landing at Bradley Field, CT
				5966	(MSN 72) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 24May43 with engine failure at Feeding Hills, MA; 495th Fighter-Bomber 
					Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; 
					Crash landed 7Mar44 with fuel starvation 3 miles S of William Northern
				5967	(MSN 73)	
				5968	(MSN 74) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Damaged by fire 10Nov42 at Stratford
				5969	(MSN 75) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 14Dec42 with engine failure at Long Island Sound, NY
				5970	(MSN 76) 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 19Jun43 landing at Bradley
				5971	(MSN 77) 63rd FS [77], 56th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 27Aug42 in collision with P-47B 41-5927 landing at Mitchel
				5972	(MSN 78) 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 21Mar43 with engine failure at Ludlow, MA
				5973	(MSN 79) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Destroyed by fire 5Aug42 at Bradley
				5974	(MSN 80) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged on the ground 26Aug43 at Westover; Accident 6Oct43 Haddam, CT
				5975	(MSN 81) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 4Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5944 taxying at Bradley; 21st FS, 
					352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 5Mar43 with engine failure at Groton; 
					Pilot killed; “Miss Mary Jane”
				5976	(MSN 82) 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 2Apr43 when collided with P-47C 41-6087 landing at Groton; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged 17Oct43 taxying at Camp Springs AAB, MD
				5977	(MSN 83) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Force landed 16Feb43 with mechanical failure at Groton
				5978	(MSN 84) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 29Oct42 with engine failure in Smithtown Bay, Long Island Sound, NY
				5979	(MSN 85) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Force landed 29May43 with engine failure at Westover; Accident 9Jun43 in 
					collision with P-47B 41-6006 landing at Westover; Accident 24Oct43 at Westover
				5980	(MSN 86) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Destroyed 23Aug42 when stalled landing at Bradley, CT
				5981	(MSN 87) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 17Dec43, aircraft stalled, spun in one mile N of Lumberton Airport, NC; Pilot bailed out
				5982	(MSN 88) 89th FS [139], 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 10Nov42 after engine failed taking off at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Destroyed 26Feb43 when crash landed near Springfield, MA
				5983	(MSN 89) 202nd Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 495th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crash landed 5Apr44 with engine failure at Galveston; To RFC, Kingman, AZ
				5984	(MSN 90) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 28Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-5922 landing at Harrisburg Municipal Airport, PA; 
					320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 26Feb43 landing at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B
				5985	(MSN 91) 88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 11Aug42 landing at Bridgeport; 216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; 
					Forced landing 27May44 at Wendover
				5986	(MSN 92) 89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 6Sep42 with engine failure and fire at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					268thCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Woodward Field, OK; 
					Crash landed 20Apr44 with engine failure at Dalhart Auxiliary Field #2, TX
				5987	(MSN 93) 90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Newark Field, NJ; 
					Accident 18Aug42 landing at Newark
				5988	(MSN 94) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Force landed 26Aug42 with engine failure at Bradley; 322nd FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Destroyed 19Sep43 when crashed after take-off from Westover
				5989	(MSN 95) Flight Test Squadron, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 7May44 due weather 3 miles NW 
					of Shenandoah, OH; Pilot killed
				5990	(MSN 96) 56th FG [22], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; Accident 17Sep42 when ground looped taking off at Bridgeport
				5991	(MSN 97) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 12Oct42 at Darien, CT; Pilot killed. The aircraft hit propeller wash from another aircraft 
					which turned the aircraft onto its back. Instead of rolling upright, the pilot proceeded to do a half 
					loop but was too low to complete and crashed on a house.
				5992	(MSN 98) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged 14Jun43 in collision with parked P-47D 42-22364 taxying at Westover
				5993	(MSN 99) 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 2Jan43 landing at Windsor Locks
				5994	(MSN 100)	
				5995	(MSN 101) 361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					damaged 26Apr43 in collision with P-47B 41-6057 taxying at Bradley; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 2Jun43 with P-47D 42-22296 at Richmond; Pilot killed
				5996	(MSN 102) 61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Force landed 13Sep42 with engine failure at Bridgeport; Accident 26Sep42 after engine failure 
					during take-off at Bridgeport 
				5997	(MSN 103) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 1Oct43 when stalled and spun at Seymour Johnson, Goldsboro, NC
				5998	(MSN 104) 360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crash landed 14Apr43 engine failure one mile E of Westerly, RI; Pilot killed
				5999	(MSN 105) 56th FG [24], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; Destroyed 25Oct42 in Mid air collision 
					with P-47B 41-6001 at Fire Island, NY; Pilot killed
				6000	(MSN 106) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 19Nov42 in collision with P-47B 41-6007 landing at Westover; 360th FS, 
					356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 4Apr43 in collision taxying at Groton
				6001	(MSN 107) 56th FG [25], 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; Destroyed 25Oct42 in Mid air collision 
					with P-47B 41-5999 at Fire Island, NY; Pilot killed
				6002	(MSN 108) Headquarters Squadron [1], 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, 
					Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 61st FS, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Forced landing 19Oct42 at Bridgeport; Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Mid air collision 14Jan43 with 
					P-47B 41-6005 at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 24Mar43 near Hope Valley, RI; Pilot killed
				6003	(MSN 109) 361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Airport, CT; 
					Crash landed 8Mar43 with fuel starvation at Patterson Field, OH
				6004	(MSN 110) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 10Jan43 when ground looped landing at Westover; Destroyed 18Feb43 on take-off at Westover
				6005	(MSN 111) 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 12Jan43 landing at Westover; 340th FS, Mid air collision 14Jan43 with P-47B 
					41-6002 at Westover
				6006	(MSN 112) 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Forced landing 28Nov42 with engine failure at Ellington; 321st FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 9Jun43 in collision 
					with P-47B 41-5979 landing at Westover; Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Mid air collision 30Oct43 with RP-47B 41-6059 W of Newbern, NC; Pilot killed
				6007	(MSN 113) 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 19Nov42 in collision with P-47B 41-6000 landing at Westover
				6008	(MSN 114)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 10Feb43 taking off at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 17Jun43 in collision with 
					P-47B 41-5925 landing at Westover; Crashed 19Sep43 after take-off at Westover
				6009	(MSN 115)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 9Feb43 taking off at Westover
				6010	(MSN 116)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 11Nov42 landing at Mitchel; 21st FS, 352nd FG, 
					1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident landing 3Feb43 at Groton; Farmingdale Field, NY; 
					Accident 11Mar43 landing at Farmingdale; 594th Bomb Squadron, 396th Bomb Group, 3rd AF, 
					Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Accident 14Mar44 at Dale Mabry, FL
				6011	(MSN 117)	61st FS [26], 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident landing 24Aug42 at Bridgeport; 340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 1Dec42 in bad weather at Cummington, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6012	(MSN 118)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 4Dec42 in collision with Civil Air Patrol Piper Cruiser NC35820 taxying 
					at Mitchel; Redesignated RP-47B; 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Destroyed 24Nov43 when force landed with engine failure 
					4 miles S of Youngsville, NC
				6013	(MSN 119)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Damaged on take-off 30Jan43 at Groton; Accident 31Jan43 landing at Groton; Redesignated RP-47B; 
					320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 6Jul43 with engine failure near North Haven, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6014	(MSN 120)	
				6015	(MSN 121)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Damaged on take-off 8Jan43 at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 9Mar43 near Cheshire, MA; Pilot killed 
				6016	(MSN 122)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Damaged 29Sep43 when ground looped landing at Westover
				6017	(MSN 123)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Accident 27Aug42 landing at Bridgeport
				6018	(MSN 124)	495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern 
					Field, Tullahoma, TN; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 16Mar44 landing at William Northern; Westover Field, 
					Chicopee, MA; Accident 17Jun43 in collision with RP-47B 41-6034 landing at Westover; 
					269thCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; damaged 14Apr44 landing at Galveston
				6019	(MSN 125)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 17Aug43 when stalled and spun landing at Westover; Pilot killed
				6020	(MSN 126)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 9May43 into Atlantic Ocean S of Montauk Harbor, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6021	(MSN 127)	Redesignated RP-47B; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM 10Jul45
				6022	(MSN 128)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 8Jun43 in collision with P-47B 41-6053 landing at Westover; 
					RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA
				6023	(MSN 129)	
				6024	(MSN 130)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 30Nov42 when stalled short of the runway at Barnes Airport, MA; Pilot killed
				6025	(MSN 131)	 
				6026	(MSN 132)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 30Jun43 in collision with P-47D 42-22532 taxying at Evansville; 
					369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 23Sep43 with engine failure at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; 322nd FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 8Dec43 
					with engine failure at Seymour Johnson
				6027	(MSN 133)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 18Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-6028 taxying at Mitchel; 
					216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Damaged 8Jul44 while parked in collision 
					by P-47C 41-6596 at Wendover
				6028	(MSN 134)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 18Oct42 in collision with P-47B 41-6027 taxying at Mitchel; 
					340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Redesignated RP-47B; 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 4Feb43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 
					322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 18Oct43 while parked in collision by RP-47C 41-6076 at Seymour Johnson
				6029	(MSN 135)	
				6030	(MSN 136) 320th FS, 321st FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 10Sep43 due mechanical failure at Manchester, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6031	(MSN 137)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Damaged 9Feb43 when ground looped on take-off at Westover
				6032	(MSN 138)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, 
					New York City, NY; Accident 11Oct42 taking off at La Guardia
				6033	(MSN 139)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Forced landing with fuel starvation 8May43 near Hubbardston, MA
				6034	(MSN 140)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 17Jun43 in collision with RP-47B 41-6018 landing at Westover; 
					Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 17Dec43 with RP-47B 41-6049 at Seymour Johnson
				6035	(MSN 141)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 21Jun43 after mid air collision with P-47B 41-6052 10 miles S of 
					Hartford, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6036	(MSN 142)	
				6037	(MSN 143)	To Força Aérea Brasileira for use as a ground instructional airframe; Flown on 
					delivery to Natal, Brazil arriving 16Oct44; Flown to Campos Afonsos, Rio de Janeiro, arriving 
					14Dec44; Flown to Cumbica Air Base 15Dec44; “Teco Teco”; 1º Grupo Misto de Instrução; 
					Reserialled June 1945 as 4103; Escola Técnica de Aviação, Sao Paulo; Withdrawn from use 1964; SOC 14Sep67
				6038	(MSN 144)	Muroc Field, CA
				6039	(MSN 145)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					destroyed 24Jan43 landing at Groton; Reclaimed at Brookley Field, Mobile, AL 13Mar46
				6040	(MSN 146)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Force landed 24Mar43 Hope Valley, RI; 495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; 
					Damaged by fire 9Mar44 at William Northern
				6041	(MSN 147)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 24Apr43 with engine failure near Marlboro, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6042	(MSN 148)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident landing 9Mar43 at Westover; Defense Plant Corporation, Ponca City Airport, OK 5May45
				6043	(MSN 149)	1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident 6Apr43 landing at Westover; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; 
					Destroyed 1Feb44 when force landed with engine failure 5 miles W of Page
				6044	(MSN 150)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Forced landing 10Sep42 with fuel starvation at Barre, MA; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
				6045	(MSN 151)	1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 14Apr43 at Mitchel
				6046	(MSN 152)	495th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, William Northern Field, Tullahoma, TN; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 7Mar44 in collision with parked RP-47B 41-5946 at William Northern; 
					269th Base Unit, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Crashed 1Jun44 when spun in at Dexter, KS; Pilot killed
				6047	(MSN 153)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Mid air collision 12Oct42 with P-47B 41-6057 at Astoria, Long Island, NY; Pilot killed
				6048	(MSN 154)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 7Nov42 with engine failure at Hinsdale, CT
				6049	(MSN 155)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Forced landed 13Apr43 with engine failure near Norwich State Hospital, CT; 
					321st FS, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 17Dec43 with 
					RP-47B 41-6034 at Seymour Johnson; 305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, 
					Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 5Feb44 when ground looped landing at Dale Mabry; 
					Reclaimed at Pratt Field, KS 2Oct45
				6050	(MSN 156)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Mid air collision 22May43 with P-47 41-6072 near Holyoke, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6051	(MSN 157)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Forced landing 3Jan43 due bad weather near Montpellier, VT; Surveyed at Pocatello Field, ID June 4, 1944
				6052	(MSN 158)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 21Jun43 after mid air collision with P-47B 41-6035 10 miles S of Hartford, CT; Pilot killed
				6053	(MSN 159)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Forced landing 25Sep42 with engine failure at Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 321st FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47B; Accident 8Jun43 
					in collision with P-47B 41-6022 landing at Westover; Reclaimed at Eglin Field, FL October 31, 1945
				6054	(MSN 160)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 2Oct42 with P-47 41-5937 at Eastport, Long Island, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6055	(MSN 161)	
				6056	(MSN 162)	Reclaimed at Majors Field, TX January 28, 1947
				6057	(MSN 163)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Mid air collision 12Oct42 with P-47B 41-6047 at Astoria, Long Island, NY; 361st FS, 
					356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Field, CT; Damaged 12Mar43 in collision with an object 
					at New Haven; Redesignated RP-47B; Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 26Apr43 in collision 
					with P-47B 41-5995 taxying at Bradley; 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Accident 16Jun44 Taxying at Strother
				6058	(MSN 164)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Field, CT; 
					Accident 4Mar43 landing at New Haven; Reclaimed at Lowry Field, Denver, CO November 28, 1945
				6059	(MSN 165)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 12Feb43 landing at Westover; Redesignated RP-47B; Forced landed with fuel starvation 11Apr43 
					near Wilbraham, MA; Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 30Oct43 with RP-47B 41-6006 
					W of Newbern, NC; Pilot bailed out
				6060	(MSN 166)	89th FS [150], 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 15Sep42 when ground looped landing at Mitchel; 2nd EEU, Crashed landed 
					14Jul43 with fuel starvation near McDonald, PA; Reclaimed at East Hartford, CT November 28, 1945
				6061	(MSN 167)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Crashed 30May43 near Mansfield, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6062	(MSN 168)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 27Oct42 when nosed over taxying at Mitchel; Forced landing 4Nov42 with 
					engine failure at Mitchel; 352nd FS [117], 353rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Crash landed 18Feb43 with engine failure at Langley; Crash landed 
					19May43 with mechanical failure at Langley; To RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 9, 1945
				6063	(MSN 169)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Force landed 3Oct42 with engine failure into the River Hudson near the George Washington Bridge, NY; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Mitchel Field October 12, 1943
				6064	(MSN 170)	CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Hill Field, UT March 15, 1944; parts recovered from crash 
					site New Jersey, stored pending decision on restoration, Bensenville IL 
41-6065			Republic XP-47E Thunderbolt
				MSN 171.  Last P-47B converted as XP-47E at factory 1942 to evaluate the R-2800-59 engine, a hinged canopy 
					and pressurized cockpit and, eventually, a new Hamilton Standard propeller. 
41-6066			Republic P-47C-1-RE Thunderbolt
				(MSN 172)	Prototype with fuselage modifications for the P-47C; 312th FS, 338th FG, 
					3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 1Nov42 when nosed over landing at Dale Mabry; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Perry Field, FL; Accident 2Nov43 in collision with P-47G 42-24981 landing at Perry; Surveyed at Wright Field, 
					Dayton, OH April 19, 1945
41-6067/6123		Republic P-47C-RE Thunderbolt
				6067	(MSN 173)	This plane was the subject of an instructional film made by Republic Aviation on how to 
					assemble a new P-47 in field conditions using only basic tooling; 89th FS, 
					80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crashed 5Feb43 near 
					Brookhaven, NY; Pilot bailed out; 
				6068	(MSN 174)	Aircraft Radio Laboratory, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 15Jan44 12 miles SE of 
					Maxwell Field, AL; Pilot killed
				6069	(MSN 175)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 28Dec43 when ground looped landing at Pope Field, NC; 
					Surveyed at Richmond AAB, VA December 31, 1944
				6070	(MSN 176)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Force landed 26Mar43 at Groton; Redesignated RP-47C; 322nd FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 18Oct43 on ground at Seymour Johnson; 
					Reclaimed at Strother Field, Winfield, KS June 7, 1946
				6071	(MSN 177)	
				6072	(MSN 178)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47B; Mid air collision 22May43 with P-47 41-6050 near Holyoke, MA; Pilot killed
				6073	(MSN 179)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Force landing 26Sep42 at Bradley; Damaged 9Oct42 in collision with parked P-47C 41-6081 while taxying 
					at Bradley; RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 12, 1945
				6074	(MSN 180)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 27Jun43 near Stafford Springs, CT; Pilot bailed out.  Aircraft surveyed at Bradley Field Jun 29, 1943
				6075	(MSN 181)	Surveyed at Pocatello Field, ID June 4, 1944
				6076	(MSN 182)	[Code 277], Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident landing 11Jan43 at Westover; 322nd Fighter 
					Squadron, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 18Oct43 
					in collision with parked  RP-47B 41-6028 at Seymour Johnson; 262ndCombat Crew Training Squadron, 
					2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; Mid air collision 20Apr44 with a tow target at Bruning; 
					Reclaimed at Hill Field, UT June 15, 1945
				6077	(MSN 183)	476th FG, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Force landed 7Apr44 with engine failure at Redrock Auxiliary Field, AZ; 82nd FS, 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Surveyed at Westover Field, MA April 22, 1944
				6078	(MSN 184)	Wrecked at Groton Field, CT when overshot landing April 2, 1943; DBR
				6079	(MSN 185)	61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Damaged 30Oct42 in collision with L-3A 42-7810 taxying at Bridgeport; Surveyed at Westover, MA March 28, 1944
				6080	(MSN 186)	348th FG, 1st AF, Providence, RI; Crashed 24Jan43 with engine failure near 
					Branford, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6081	(MSN 187)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 9Oct42 while parked in collision by P-47C 41-6073 taxying at Bradley; 320th FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Mid air collision 12Jun43 with RP-47C 41-6088, the aircraft crashed 2 miles W of Torrington, CT; Pilot bailed out
				6082	(MSN 188)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 6Jan44 landing at Seymour Johnson; Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 29, 1945
				6083	(MSN 189)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 19Oct42 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Accident 19Nov42 landing at Westover; 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 22Mar43 with engine failure near 
					Mount Tom Junction, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6084	(MSN 190)	RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK May 9, 1945
				6085	(MSN 191)	14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 17Feb44 landing at Venice; Surveyed February 18, 1944
				6086	(MSN 192)	61st FS [151], 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, 
					Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, 
					Chicopee, MA; Accident landing 12Jan43 at Westover; Redesignated RP-47C; 321st FS, 
					326th FG, 1st AF; Damaged 10Sep43 in collision with an object 2 miles E of 
					Wareham, MA; 464th FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					“Betty”; Surveyed at Pocatello Field, ID June 4, 1944
				6087	(MSN 193)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 2Apr43 when collided with P-47B 41-5976 landing at Groton; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 
					27Jun43 with engine failure near Hanover, VA; 331st SD, 1st AF, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT; Destroyed when force landed 26Jan44 at Norfolk Field, VA; Surveyed January 29, 1944
				6088	(MSN 194)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Mid air collision 12Jun43 with RP-47C 41-6081, 2 miles W of Torrington, CT; 
					RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 15, 1945
				6089	(MSN 195)	Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 7, 1945
				6090	(MSN 196)	Surveyed at Pocatello, ID June 4, 1944
				6091	(MSN 197)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Crashed 14Jun43 engine failure 3 miles N of Cumberland, LI, NY
				6092	(MSN 198)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 3May43 with engine failure on a beach at East Quogue, Long Island, NY; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Mitchel Field 8May43
				6093	(MSN 199)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, New Haven Field, CT; 
					Crashed 7Apr43 after an inverted spin into Long Island Sound, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6094	(MSN 200) RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 20, 1945
				6095	(MSN 201)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 10Apr43 5 miles W of Easthampton, MA; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6096	(MSN 202)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 9Nov42 when engine failed taking off at Dale Mabry; Condemned at Dale Mabry December 31, 1942
				6097	(MSN 203)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Destroyed when force landed 5Nov42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Dale Mabry
				6098	(MSN 204)	256th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 15Sep44 with engine failure 
					9 miles N of Pocatello; Reclaimed at Pocatello November 8, 1944
				6099	(MSN 205)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 11Jan43 with engine failure 9 miles E of Tallahassee, FL; Surveyed at Hillsborough, FL March 25, 1944
				6100	(MSN 206)	Reclaimed at Peterson Field, CO July 17, 1945
				6101	(MSN 207)	305th FS [N12], 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Accident 10Mar43 landing at Cross City.  
				6102	(MSN 208)	NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Virginia October 7, 1942 to December 1, 1942; 
					441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					damaged 6Oct43 landing at Perry; Surveyed at Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA July 22, 1944
				6103	(MSN 209)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 6Dec42 in collision with P-47C 41-6107 and 41-6110 taxying at Dale Mabry; 265th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 4Sep44 with engine failure 5 miles NE of 
					American Falls, ID; Reclaimed at Pocatello, ID November 8, 1944
				6104	(MSN 210)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 24Mar43 at Cross City; Pilot killed
				6105	(MSN 211)	Surveyed at Dale Mabry Field, FL December 8, 1943
				6106	(MSN 212)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 14Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6119 taxying at Dale Mabry; RFC, 
					Ponca City Airport, OK June 14, 1945
				6107	(MSN 213)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 6Dec42 in collision with P-47C 41-6103 taxying at Dale Mabry; 306th FS, 
					Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 28Sep43 landing at Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Myrtle Beach Field, FL July 14, 1945
				6108	(MSN 214)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross 
					City Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 29Apr43 on take-off and destroyed by fire at Cross City; Pilot killed
				6109	(MSN 215)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed after take-off 31Jan43 one mile NE of Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				6110	(MSN 216)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 6Dec42 in collision with P-47C 41-6103 taxying at Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Dale Mabry February 1, 1943
				6111	(MSN 217)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident landing 31Jan43 at Dale Mabry; Redesignated RP-47C; 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, 
					Baton Rouge, LA; crashed 1Apr44 close to Harding Field; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA January 27, 1945
				6112	(MSN 218)	56th FS, 54th FG, 3rd AF, Bartow Field, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Force landed 15Nov43 with engine failure at Bartow
				6113	(MSN 219)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 22Jun43 with engine failure at 5 miles SW of Dale Mabry; 
					72nd SUI, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 13Nov44 
					taxying at Harding; Reclaimed at Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA June 15, 1945
				6114	(MSN 220)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 31Oct42 landing at Dale Mabry; Damaged 2Jan43 on take-off at Dale Mabry; 216th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Damaged 28Jun44 landing at Wendover; Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 29, 1945
				6115	(MSN 221)	RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK May 23, 1945
				6116	(MSN 222)	304th FS, 337th FG, 3rd AF, Pinellas Field, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 7Jun43 at Pinellas; Crash landed 13Jun43 with engine failure at Pinellas; 
					surveyed June 16,1943
				6117	(MSN 223)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 5Nov42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry; 306th FS, Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Accident 2Jul43 landing at Dale Mabry; Damaged 20Aug43 while parked in collision with AT-6A 41-16847 
					at Dale Mabry; Crashed 16Jan44 at Bainbridge AAB, GA; Pilot bailed out.  To CL-26 at Cross City AB, FL Jan 17, 1944.
				6118	(MSN 224)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 17Dec42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry; Reclaimed at Strother, KS June 7, 1946
				6119	(MSN 225)	4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Damaged 21Dec42 when nosed over taxying at New Castle; 441st FS, 338th FG, 
					3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 14Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6106 
					taxying at Dale Mabry; 305th FS, Crashed 5Jul43 2 miles NW of Dale Mabry; Pilot killed; 
					surveyed July 6, 1943
				6120	(MSN 226)	263rdCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Force landed 23Jan45 at Majors Field, TX; RFC, 
					Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 25, 1945
				6121	(MSN 227)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Damaged 1Jul43 in collision with P-47C 41-6315 taxying at Dale Mabry; 
					499th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Waycross, GA; 
					crashed 19Sep43 after engine failure into a forest during an attempted forced landing 6 miles S of 
					Millwood, GA; Pilot killed
				6122	(MSN 228)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 14Nov42 with structural failure at Silver Lake, FL; Pilot bailed out
				6123	(MSN 229)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 22Nov42 landing at Dale Mabry; Redesignated RP-47C; 263rd Base Unit, 72nd Fighter Wing, 2nd AF, 
					Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Force landed 5May44 with fuel starvation 2 miles SW of Harding
41-6124/6177		Republic P-47C-1-RE Thunderbolt
				6124	(MSN 230)	ASTB, Wright Field, Dayton, OH;  Dove in and crashed 4Dec42 at Patterson Field, OH; Pilot killed
				6125	(MSN 231)	Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 3Jul43 due structural failure near Greenville, OH; 
					Pilot Perry J. Ritchie bailed out, making the longest free-fall parachute jump up to that date. 
					The pilot had been carrying out a series of twenty terminal velocity dives, some from 38,000 ft, 
					to gather technical aeronautical research data on drag, compression and Mach number. On the final dive, 
					excessive heating by the turbo-charger severed a vital control linkage to the tail. 
					At 32,000 ft, with no elevator control, but at the relatively low speed of 250 mph, the pilot 
					forced open the canopy and bailed out. He noticed that the tail of the airplane was on fire; 
					it was found hung up in a tree 3/4 of a mile from the main wreckage.
				6126	(MSN 232)	[26], 56th FG, 1st AF; Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Air Materiel Command, 
					Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Accident 19Dec42 with engine failure taking off at Patterson Field, OH
				6127	(MSN 233)	Proof Department, Tactical Combat Section, Army AFs Proving Ground Command, 
					Eglin Field, FL; Used to determine the relative tactical value of the P-47C-1 type aircraft for 
					Combat service, October 27, 1942 to November 26, 1942; 81st FS [N45], 50th Fighter 
					Group, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; Force landed 27Nov42 at Orlando; 
					445th FS, 50th FG; Forced landing 19Jul43 at Orlando; 29th Headquarters 
					Squadron, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; Damaged by fire 28Mar44 landing at 
					Raleigh Durham Field, NC; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6128	(MSN 234)	Proof Department, Tactical Combat Section, Army AFs Proving Ground Command, 
					Eglin Field, FL; Used to determine the relative tactical value of the P-47C-1 type aircraft 
					for combat service, October 27, 1942 to November 26, 1942; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Forced landing 29Sep44 at Bluethenthal; Reclaimed at Bluethenthal January 8, 1946
				6129	(MSN 235)	Proof Department, Tactical Combat Section, Army AFs Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, FL; 
					Used to determine the relative tactical value of the P-47C-1 type aircraft for combat service, 
					October 27, 1942 to November 26, 1942; 859th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, 
					62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Ground accident 19Jul43 at Matagorda; RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6130	(MSN 236)	National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Assigned October 24, 1942 to August 15, 1944;  RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 26, 1945
				6131	(MSN 237)	Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crashed 27Nov42 at 
					Patterson Field, OH; Pilot killed
				6132	(MSN 238)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 20Dec42 landing at Bradley Field, CT; 368th FS, 
					359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 18May43 landing at Grenier; 
					311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 17Jun43 with fuel starvation at Scituate, RI
				6133	(MSN 239)	RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6134	(MSN 240)	538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Destroyed 2Mar44 landing at Bluethenthal
				6135	(MSN 241)	34th FS [305], 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, 
					Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 487th FS [305]; 448th FS, 83rd FG, 
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Redesignated RP-47C; Damaged 1Feb44 taxying at Dover; 
					125th Base Unit, Accident 14May44 taking off at Dover; Force landed 14Aug44 with fuel starvation 
					in a tomato patch close to Dover; Mid air collision 26Jan45 with a towed target 3 miles E of 
					Bethany Beach, DE; RFC, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN April 17, 1945
				6136	(MSN 242)	61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Force landed 2Nov42 with engine failure at Northford, CT; 376th FS, 361st FG, 
					1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 5Aug43 in collision with P-47D 42-22556 taxying at 
					Millville; Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 26Mar43 due engine failure near Camp Springs AAF, MD; Pilot bailed out
				6137	(MSN 243)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Destroyed 13Jan43 landing at Westover
				6138	(MSN 244)	132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, Long Island, NY; Accident 3Sep44 landing at 
					Suffolk County; Damaged 6Jan45 by bird strike 5 miles SE of Mattituck, NY; RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 6, 1945
				6139	(MSN 245)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 8Jun43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 3Feb44 when ground looped landing at Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 7Apr44 landing at Matagorda Peninsula; 2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, 
					Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; Damaged 12May44 landing at Matagorda; 2539th Base Unit, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, TX; Damaged 1May45 taxying at Palacios Auxiliary 
					Field, TX; RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6140	(MSN 246)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 3Feb43 with P-47C 41-6291 at Millville, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6141	(MSN 247)	61st FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Destroyed 3Nov42 when force landed with engine failure at Long Island Sound, CT
				6142	(MSN 248)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 15Jan43 after pilot lost control at Camp Upton, NY; Pilot killed
				6143	(MSN 249)	486th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 7May43 while parked at Farmingdale; CL-26 ground instructional airframe at 
					Chanute Field June 16, 1943
				6144	(MSN 250)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 26Mar43 landing at Groton; Accident 13Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6172 taking 
					off at Groton; Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crash landed 24May43 with engine failure at 
					Suffield, CT; 535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Crashed 30Mar44 in collision with P-47D 42-8198 landing at Camp Springs; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 24Aug44 landing at Camp Springs
				6145	(MSN 251)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 23Feb43 with engine failure at Groton Field, Groton, CT
				6146	(MSN 252)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Ditched 8Jan43 near Port Jefferson, NY
				6147	(MSN 253)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 7Apr43 landing at Farmingdale; 369th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 9May43 in collision with P-47D 42-8191 
					taking off at Grenier; 311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Crashed 1Sep43 with fuel starvation at Holland, MA; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6148	(MSN 254)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crash landed 7Feb43 with fuel starvation at Farmingdale; CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe February 8, 1943
				6149	(MSN 255)	2143rd Base Unit, Tuskegee Field, AL; Accident 15Jan45 taking off at Peel Field, 
					Eglin Auxiliary Field #4, FL
				6150	(MSN 256)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Damaged 11Jul43 in collision taxying at Hillsgrove Field; 132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 28Jul44 landing at Suffolk County; Reclaimed at Chanute Field, IL June 7, 1946
				6151	(MSN 257)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 22Feb43 
					when hit a truck during take-off at Groton. The aircraft crash landed without one wheel; 
					310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 17Jul43 into the Taunton River, Somerset, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6152	(MSN 258)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 20Dec42 with engine failure and destroyed at New Haven, CT; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe December 28, 1942
				6153	(MSN 259)	340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Force landed 16Dec42 with engine failure and destroyed at East Longmeadow, MA
				6154	(MSN 260)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 4May43 near Ledyard, CT; Pilot killed
				6155	(MSN 261)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Destroyed 4Apr43 landing at Groton.  Repaired (?); to DPC at Bush Field, GA Dec 7, 1945 
				6156	(MSN 262)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 24Oct43 taxying at Groton; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3,1945
				6157	(MSN 263)	395th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Damaged 12Oct43 taking off at Suffolk County; 134th Base Unit, 
					Oscoda Field, MI; Force landed 12Aug44 with engine failure at Oscoda; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					134th Base Unit; Damaged 11Oct44 by structural failure at Oscoda; Reclaimed at Selfridge Field, MI April 21, 1945
				6158	(MSN 264)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; 
					Accident 13May43 landing at Grenier; 311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Mid air collision 18Jul43 with a towed target at Hillsgrove Field; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 12Nov43 landing at Suffolk County; Accident 15Mar44 taxying at Suffolk County; 
					132nd Base Unit; Ditched 22Apr44 after engine failure into Shinnecock Bay, Quogue, Long Island, NY; 
					Reclaimed at Bradley Field, CT October 2, 1945
				6159	(MSN 265)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 26Feb43 with engine failure and destroyed at Mitchel Field, NY
				6160	(MSN 266)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 7Feb43 landing at Mitchel; 368th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6638 
					taxying at Grenier; Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 9Aug43 when overshot 
					landing at Farmingdale; CL-26 ground instructional airframe, August 24, 1943
				6161	(MSN 267)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Force landed 25Jan43 and destroyed by fire near Orlando
				6162	(MSN 268)	335th FS [WD-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Reclaimed at Eglin Field, FL October 31, 1945
				6163	(MSN 269)	359th FS [165], 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 23Apr43 landing at Groton; 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 12Jun43 taxying by ground staff at Richmond; 135th Base Unit, 
					Millville Field, NJ; Accident 26Mar45 landing at Millville; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 15, 1945
				6164	(MSN 270)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 1Mar43 landing at Mitchel Field, NY; Crash landed 10Apr43 near Mitchel. 
					During a mock dogfight, another P-47 collided with this aircraft, chopping off parts of one wing 
					and the fuselage. The pilot crash landed on an athletics field; aircraft surveyed at Groton Field, CT March 2, 1944
				6165	(MSN 271)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 3Apr43 landing at Farmingdale; 368th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Crashed 5May43 after engine failure at Auburn, NH; Pilot bailed out
				6166	(MSN 272)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 29Apr43 after engine failure at Groton; RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 29, 1945
				6167	(MSN 273)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY;
					 Accident 26Dec42 landing at La Guardia; 359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Destroyed 9Apr43 when overshot landing at Groton; CL-26 ground instructional airframe
 					April 12, 1943
				6168	(MSN 274)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 6Apr43 landing at Groton; RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 7, 1945
				6169	(MSN 275)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 21Mar43 landing at Groton; Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 4Jun43 
					landing at Mitchel; 378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT;
					Mid air collision 21Sep43 with a towed target on the Gunnery Range D, Suffolk, Long Island, NY; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 6Nov43 at Mitchel; 538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Redesignated RP-47C; Crash landed 15Feb44 with fuel starvation 
					at Northwest, NC; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Mid air collision 11May44 on the Ground Gunnery Range, Bluethenthal, NC; Force landed 11Jun44 and 
					destroyed 5 miles N of Wrightsville Beach, NC.  Surveyed at Bluethenthal AAF, NC Jun 12, 1944.
				6170	(MSN 276)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Destroyed 22Mar43 landing at Groton; CL-26 ground instructional airframe April 8, 1943
				6171	(MSN 277)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 1st AF, Bridgeport Municipal Airport, CT; 
					Crashed 12Nov42, did not pull out of test dive near Stratford, CT; Pilot killed
				6172	(MSN 278)	90th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Field, New York City, NY; 
					Damaged 14Jan43 when ground looped taking off at La Guardia; 359th FS, 356th FG, 
					1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident 13Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6144 taking off at Groton; 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe April 21, 1943 
				6173	(MSN 279)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 21Jun43 after engine failure taking off at Mitchel; 323rd FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 12Jan44 in bad weather at 
					New Tazewell, TN; Reclaimed at Rome Field, NY July 3, 1946
				6174	(MSN 280)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Mid air collision 12Apr43 with P-47C 41-6634 and crashed offshore into Narragansett Bay, near 
					Apponaug, RI; Pilot killed
				6175	(MSN 281)	397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 10Sep43 after engine failure into Great Neck Bay, City Island, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out; CL-26 ground instructional airframe October 15, 1943
				6176	(MSN 282)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 2Jun43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 123rd Base Unit, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Mid air collision 26Aug44 with P-47D 42-22596, 4 miles N of Seymour Johnson; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945
				6177	(MSN 283)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 9May43 when the engine failed on approach to land and the aircraft spun 
					in at Hempstead, NY; Pilot killed.  Aircraft condemned at Mitchel Field, NY May 13, 1943.
41-6178/6305		Republic P-47C-2-RE Thunderbolt
				6178	(MSN 284)	335th FS [WD-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, 312th Ferrying Squadron, 
					27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Langford Lodge, Station 597, Northern Ireland; 
					Damaged 14May44 on take-off at Langford Lodge; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared War Weary; Crashed 15Sep44 Dovedale road, 
					Stoneygate, Leicester; Pilot and a civilian were killed; Salvaged September 16, 1944
				6179	(MSN 285)	82nd FS [MX-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Accident 29Jul43 landing at Duxford. P-47C 41-6201 had landed but the engine stalled and could not 
					be restarted before turning off the runway. It was abandoned at the far end of the landing runway 
					until staff could be found to remove it. Failing to hear radio warnings from Flying Control, this 
					aircraft landed unaware of the obstruction. Reaching the end of the runway, the pilot had to brake 
					hard causing the aircraft to nose over, damaging the propeller and engine. Crash landed 17Aug43 
					after engine failure at Duxford. The engine did not develop full power but the pilot waited too 
					late to abort takeoff so he lifted off but the aircraft swung and demolished the windsock 
					with a wing tip. Having leveled off, the pilot tried to hold his altitude but the engine was still 
					losing power. The aircraft force landed about one mile SE of the field and struck the ground so 
					hard that the engine and airframe came to rest 40 yards apart. Pilot suffered only minor injuries.
				6180	(MSN 286)	336th FS [VF-U], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Missouri Mauler"; condemned August 10, 1944
				6181	(MSN 287)	335th FS [WD-D], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Stinky"; Crashed 3Apr43 attempting a forced landing at RAF Sawbridgeworth when the aircraft 
					developed engine trouble while on a local flight, the engine cut out completely at 150’ and 
					the aircraft went straight in; Pilot killed; Condemned May 31, 1944
				6182	(MSN 288)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 335th FS [WD-X], 
					4th FG, Debden, Station 356; Condemned September 29, 1945
				6183	(MSN 289)	336th FS [VF-O], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Mike II” / “Red Dog" [nick name of the pilot] - artwork of Walt Disney's 'Pluto' (who was 
					tinged scarlet to match the name) happily urinating on a Nazi flag; Damaged 13Dec43 on take-off 
					at Debden; 23rd Depot Repair Squadron, 2nd Air Depot Group, 9th AF, Kingston Bagpuise, 
					Station 403; Crashed 15Jul44 at Kingston Bagpuise; Pilot killed; Condemned July 15, 1944
				6184	(MSN 290)	336th FS [VF-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Texas" - artwork of a Steer; [VF-F]; "Well? - Old Rocking Chair” / “E.L."; 396th FS, 
					368th FG, 9th AF, Mid air collision 15Dec44 with P-47D 44-20557 near Lens, Belgium; 
					Declared war weary; Modified as a two-seat hack; Condemned July 31, 1946
				6185	(MSN 291)	335th FS [WD-S], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Condemned February 27, 1944
				6186	(MSN 292)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Forced landing 29Jan43 after engine failure near Northampton; DBR
				6187	(MSN 293)	334th FS [QP-L], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Quack" - artwork of a heavily armed duck; [QP-E]; "Uncle Den" - artwork of Dogpatch cartoon; 
					87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Damaged 5Jul44 by mechanical failure on take-off at Warton; Condemned September 29, 1945
				6188	(MSN 294)	Headquarters Squadron, VIII Fighter Command, RAF Bovingdon; Damaged 30Dec42 taxying 
					in collision with a RAF Hurricane landing at RAF Odiham; 82nd FS [MX-U], 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; On 26Nov43 the aircraft was 
					despatched with others from 78th FG to provide escort to bombers attacking at Bremen, Germany. 
					The aircraft was shot down Nov 26, 1943 by OBfw Hans Venderveerd in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/3 and crashed near 
					Dampierre-en-Bray, France. The pilot bailed out over Beauvais, France and managed to evade 
					capture, he returned to England on 3Feb44.  MACR 1441
				6189	(MSN 295)	62nd FS [LM-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Mid air collision 22Aug43 soon after take-off on a training flight with P-47C 41-6224 and 
					crashed into fields near Sotherton Corner, Halesworth; Pilot was too low to bail out and was killed; 
					Condemned August 24, 1943
				6190	(MSN 296)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Damaged 29Jan43 taxying at Debden; 335th FS; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-V], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; 
					Accident 1Sep44 landing at Atcham; Operational Training Replacement Unit, Atcham; 
					Crash landed 16Nov44 with fuel starvation in bad weather at Tracy-le-Mont, France; Condemned November 24, 1944
				6191	(MSN 297)	334th FS [QP-Q], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crash landed 19Jun43 at Debden. Returning from a local flight, the main landing gear was not fully extended. 
					The gear collapsed upon touchdown and the fighter suffered a badly damaged propeller in addition to damage 
					to the landing gear and lower fuselage. 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, 
					Chilbolton, Station 404; Accident 23Mar44 landing at Chilbolton; 397th FS [D3-Z], 
					368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; Accident 20Jul44 landing at Cardonville; 
					Pilot killed; Condemned July 21, 1944
				6192	(MSN 298)	336th FS [VF-D], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Lollapoluza"; 
					condemned February 17, 1945
				6193	(MSN 299)	62nd FS [LM-B], 56th FG, 8th AF;  "Ginger"; Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Accident 23Sep43 due mechanical failure landing at RAF Thorney Island; 2nd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 
					496th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Accident 4Feb44 landing at Goxhill. 
					The pilot was making his first flight on the type. Whilst downwind to land, the undercarriage was 
					lowered and the pilot reduced the throttle. The engine did not appear to respond, so the pilot tried 
					full/half/full throttle, still with no response from the engine, so he elected to crash-land about 
					500 yards north-east of the airfield. The accident was found to have been caused by the pilot 
					not being familiar with the lag in response between throttle movement and engine response on the type. 
					XIX Tactical Air Command, 8th AF, "Miss Patricia B"
				6194	(MSN 300)	336th FS [VF-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Death Takes A Holiday"; Mickey Mouse artwork; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Kingsnorth, Station 418; Damaged by flak and crashed 20Jul44 near Beaubec-la-Rosière, France; Pilot killed
					MACR 10666
				6195	(MSN 301)	334th FS [QP-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Accident 18Sep43 when ground looped at Debden; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 8Jul44 when pilot lost control 8 miles 
					SW of Denbigh Moors, Wales. During formation Immelman manoeuvre, aborted manoeuvre and in recovery aircraft 
					stalled and 'flicked' into a spin and crased close to Aled Isfa reservoir; Pilot bailed out; Salvaged July 9, 1944
				6196	(MSN 302)	334th FS [QP-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [QP-P]; 
					Artwork of kicking Mule; Shot down 4May43 by Obfw Johann Edmann in Fw 109A of JG 26/8  and crashed into 
					Scheldt-estuary off Breskens, Netherlands; Pilot bailed out but at too low an altitude for his chute to 
					deploy and was killed
				6197	(MSN 303)	336th FS [VF-Q], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Trishie II"; 
					condemned January 18, 1946
				6198	(MSN 304)	82nd FS [MX-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Combat damaged 14May43 during an escort mission for B-17 bombers when attacked by Fw 190 fighters 
					near Sint-Niklaas, Belgium; Ditched in North Sea near Anvers, Belgium; Pilot POW; condemned October 31, 1944
				6199	(MSN 305)	63rd FS [UN-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					The pilot was despatched to provide withdrawal support for B-17 formations returning from a mission to 
					Emden, Germany. Shot down 27Sep43 by Oblt Heinz Knoke in Bf 109G-6/R2 of JG 11/5 near Osteel, Germany. 
					Pilot killed; MACR 747 and 666.  The fighter was equipped with the new 108 gallon, paper drop-tank, the first time this 
					drop-tank had been used
				6200	(MSN 306)	334th FS [00], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					336th FS, Crashed 1Feb43 after the aircraft caught fire at Balsham, Cambridgeshire, England; 
					Pilot bailed out but was killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6201	(MSN 307)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, "Pappy"; 84th Fighter 
					Squadron [WZ-O; WZ-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357;  Declared ‘war weary’. 306th Bomb Group, 
					40th Combat Bomb Wing, Eighth Air Force, Thurleigh (Station 111), Bedfordshire Mar45. Condemned September 20, 1945
				6202	(MSN 308)	334th FS [QP-T], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Damaged 25Aug43 by structural failure at Debden; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-E], 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air collision 24Apr44 at Overly Hill, near Atcham; 
					Declared war weary; Damaged 23Jul44 in collision with P-47D 42-74728 taxying at Atcham; 
					Accident 19Oct44 at Atcham; Condemned October 20, 1944
				6203	(MSN 309)	63rd FS [UN-J], 56th FG, 8th AF, "The Flying Ute" / "Windy"; 
					1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 20Jan44 landing at RAF Templeton; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-P then H], 
					495th Fighter Training Group; Mid air collision 26May44 with P-47D 42-8562 near Newport; 
					Mid air collision 8Jul44 with P-47D 42-74720 and crashed near Llangollen, Wales; Condemned July 9, 1944
				6204	(MSN 310)	334th FS [04], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [QP-M]; 
					Artwork of Red Devil; Shot down 15Apr43 by Fw 190A-5 flown by Lt Ernst Heesen of JG 1/5 and crashed 
					into North Sea off Ostend, Belgium; Pilot killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6205	(MSN 311)	357th FS [OS-O], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 
					84th FS [WZ-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Declared war weary; [K then J], 492nd Bomb Group, 8th AF, Harrington, Station 179; "The Jug"; 
					Condemned July 18, 1945
				6206	(MSN 312)	334th FS [06], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					335th FS [WD-H], 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 2Feb44 during local aerobatics training flight 
					one mile E of Condover, Shropshire; Pilot killed
				6207	(MSN 313)	335th FS [WD-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Mark II"; Shot down 7Sep43 by flak while chasing a Fw 190 near Hulst, Belgium while on a mission 
					to escort B-17s attacking Brussels, Belgium; Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6208	(MSN 314)	83rd FS [HL-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Artwork of Bugs Bunny; Shot down 14May43 by Fw 190A-5 near Vlissingen, Netherlands and crashed 
					into North Sea off Knocke, Belgium; Pilot bailed out and became POW; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6209	(MSN 315)	(4th FG, 334th FS, then 56th FG) was 56th FG Col Hub Zemke's personal aircraft. Took part in first combat in 
					ETO for the P-47, dated Mar 10, 1943.  62nd FS [LM-C], 56th FG, 8th AF; Combat damaged 
					30Jul43 by Fw 190A and crashed at Oude-Tonge, Netherlands; Pilot bailed out but was drowned; MACR 218.
					Crash site found April 2007, parts recovered.
				6210	(MSN 316)	83rd FS [HL-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Upstairs Cat"; Shot down 11Apr44 by flak while strafing locomotives near Lingen, Germany, exploded 
					and crashed at Seeste, NW of Osnabrück, Germany; MACR 3751; Pilot killed
				6211	(MSN 317)	61st FS [HV-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Jackie" (L), 
					Artwork - Jack of Hearts (R); Shot down 1Dec43 by Oblt Rudolf Leuschel in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/8 at 
					Bavegem, Belgium; MACR 1432; Pilot POW
				6212	(MSN 318)	334th FS [QP-I], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356. 
					On 2Sep43 the pilot was despatched on a mission to escort B-17 bombers to the airfield at Beauvais. 
					The fighters were ambushed by 22 German Fw 190 fighters and this fighter was shot down near Formerie 
					and crashed at Dancourt, between Dieppe and Amiens, France; Pilot MIA
				6213	(MSN 319)	 Base Air Depot No.2, 8th AF Service Command, Warton, Station 582; Mid air 
					collision 1Feb43 with P-47C 41-6348 near Desford; Pilot killed
				6214	(MSN 320)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 335th FS [WD-F], 
					4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Condemned November 30, 1944
				6215	(MSN 321)	62nd FS [LM-K], 56th FG, 8th AF; Donald Duck artwork; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-R], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Declared war weary; Mid air collision 6Sep44 with P-47D 42-7936 near Atcham; 
					Operational Training Replacement Unit; Force landed 16Nov44 low on fuel in bad weather 
					near L'Aray, France, pilot survived; Aircraft condemned November 22, 1944
				6216	(MSN 322)	63rd FS [UN-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					“Slipstream” - artwork of the Big Bad Wolf in fancy dress; Damaged 27Mar43 in collision with parked 
					RAF Oxford at RAF Shipdham; During a mission 19Aug43 to provide fighter cover for a B-17 formation 
					withdrawing from an attack on the German airfield at Gilze-Rijen, Holland, the fighter sustained 
					an engine failure. The pilot stayed with the aircraft and ditched it in the North Sea off the Dutch 
					coast at Oosterschelde.  MACR 297.  Pilot was rescued by a German patrol boat and held as a POW.
				6217	(MSN 323)	82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Accident 5Mar43 landing at Goxhill. After an aerobatics session, the pilot approached to land 
					but did not use landing flaps and ignored a red light from airfield control. Landing long and fast, 
					the aircraft did not slow down, the right brake failed and the aircraft ran off the runway and 
					nosed over into a ditch. The left wing was buckled, the propeller blades were bent and the engine 
					was shock loaded when it was stopped by the propeller striking the ground. 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-U], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Mid air collision 22Nov43 near Atcham, England; Crash landed 23Jan44 low on fuel in bad weather near Atcham; 
					Accident 26Jun44 landing at Atcham
				6218	(MSN 324)	82nd FS [MX-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Ranny"; 
					Damaged by flak 14May43 and crashed into North Sea; Pilot bailed out but killed;
					Conflict: 
					Crashed 14Jul43 off Newhaven. While escorting bombers which attacked an airfield at Amiens, Second 
					Lieutenant DeGenaro destroyed two Fw 190s and damaged another. During combat Degenaro went to the 
					assistance of a comrade who was being attacked by an enemy airplane, even though he knowingly 
					subjected himself to violent attack. He successfully warded off the threat to his comrade, whose life 
					he probably saved. DeGenaro himself was then immediately set upon by hostile airplanes, and after 
					taking violent evasive action found himself at a low altitude surrounded by a large formation of 
					enemy fighters. In the ensuing battle he succeeded in destroying one fighter but sustained serious 
					damage to the aircraft by Maj. Wilhelm-Ferdinand Galland in FW-190A-6 of JG 26/II. Stab. DeGenaro 
					was severely wounded in both hands, His right knee and both ankles. Because of his injuries, he had 
					to fly his Thunderbolt with his forearms. His instruments were shot out, his right aileron was gone, 
					his right wing was badly shot up, and his tail surfaces were damaged. Although barely able to maneuver 
					the plane, he found the English Channel and headed across, ducking into low clouds to evade three 
					pursuing Fw 190s which followed him almost to the British coast. He had planned on making a crash 
					landing, but after crossing the coast he discovered his safety belt was unfastened (he had unhooked it 
					in combat) and was unable to fasten it again because of his wounds. Realizing that bailing out over land 
					would mean his aircraft would crash into a coastal town, he headed out to sea again, bailing out in 
					view of a fishing boat ['Little Old Lady'] which then rescued him. With great courage Lieutenant 
					DeGenaro risked drowning rather than let his plane crash into a town. Degenaro was awarded the 
					Distinguished Service Cross
				6219	(MSN 325)	82nd FS [24], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; [MX-A]; 
					"Ajax" / "Rocket Jo"; "May Day"; [MX-C]; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-H], 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Crash landed 8Sep44 with 
					structural failure at Atcham
				6220	(MSN 326)	82nd FS [MX-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Damaged 3May43 while taxying in collision with parked P-47C 41-6365 at Duxford. This aircraft 
					was late in joining the flight at the end of the runway. Attempting to take up position as wing man 
					on the leader, this aircraft braked and turned with its left wing going over the top of the other 
					aircraft's right wing and into the propeller. 61st FS [HV-O], 56th FG, 
					8th AF, “Joker"; Salvaged September 8, 1944
				6221	(MSN 327)	61st FS [HV-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Accident 1May43 landing at Horsham St Faith; 83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, 
					Duxford, Station 357; Shot down 1Dec43 by Fw 190A-6 flown by Oblt Rudolf Leuschel of JG 26/8 at 
					Bavegem, Belgium; MACR 1432.  Pilot survived and became POW; Aircraft condemned April 12, 1944
				6222	(MSN 328)	82nd FS [MX-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					“Mud Creeker" [named from the muddy creek at the pilot’s ranch at Ringling, OK]; 
					While escorting bombers attacking Amiens airfield, France 14Jul43, the P-47 was shot at in error 
					by a B-17F gunner. Later shot down by a Fw 190 6 miles N of Amiens, crashed at Bouin-Plumoison, 
					3.5km W of Hesdin, France. MACR 35.  The pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				6223	(MSN 329)	84th FS [WZ-L then F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Isabel"; Crash landed 19Apr43 at Duxford; Crashed 13Mar44 at Podington, Station 109. The aircraft 
					was one of a pair carrying out camera gunnery simulated combat. At the end of the session, both pilots 
					carried out simulated attacks on a passing B-24 Liberator. As this P-47 was making an attack, 
					the pilot of the other P-47 made an attack on this P-47. The pilot pressed the trigger to operate the 
					gun camera but 48 rounds of ammunition were fired at this P-47. The other pilot had closed his 
					aircraft's intercoolers and is believed to have failed to safety the gun switch which is similar. 
					This aircraft pulled into a steep climb, stalled and then dived vertically at high speed, crashing 
					close to the 92nd Bomb Group headquarters at Podington. The pilot was possibly injured or 
					killed by 'friendly fire' and failed to bail out before the aircrat was destroyed on hitting the ground.
				6224	(MSN 330)	335th FS [WD-C], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [WD-X]; 
					62nd FS [LM-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Two Roll Charlie" (L) "Jean of Crescent City" (R); Mid air collision 22Aug43 soon after take-off on 
					a training flight with P-47C 41-6189 and crashed into fields near Sotherton Corner, Halesworth; 
					Pilot was too low to bail out and was killed.
				6225	(MSN 331)	335th FS [WD-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crash landed 28Jun43 at Lee-on-Solent, Hampshire; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-M], 
					6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 25Oct43 landing at Atcham; 
					Accident 29Feb44 landing at Atcham; Accident 6Apr44 landing at Atcham; Crash landed 19Jun44 
					with engine failure at Thresholds Farm, Picklescott, near Church Stretton, Shropshire.
				6226	(MSN 332)	335th FS [WD-I], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Condemned October 31, 1945; To Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England for vibrograph tests
				6227	(MSN 333)	63rd FS [UN-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Crashed 25Apr43 when the pilot lost control in a thunderstorm on Horsehill Tor, Edale near 
					Chapel en le Frith, England; Pilot bailed out. On a routine flight from Norfolk to Liverpool and back, 
					the pilot was on the return leg when he encountered vile weather. He tried turning back, but his 
					P-47C was thrown about and went into a powered spiral dive. The disoriented pilot just managed 
					to bail out, but his parachute caught on the tailplane. Luckily it broke free, though a ripped 
					chute meant a quick and heavy landing for the airman. Condemned October 31, 1944
				6228	(MSN 334)	84th FS [WZ-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Mid air collision 2May43 near Sutton; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-P], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Crash landed 5Sep44 with fuel starvation at Atcham, England; 
					Condemned September 7, 1944
				6229	(MSN 335)	83rd FS [HL-J], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Percy"; 
					Crashed 8Mar44 on return from a combat mission in poor visibility at Watering Farm between Needham Market 
					and Creeting St Mary, Suffolk. Letting down through cloud as a flight, the pilot lost sight of other aircraft 
					and was seen to come out of the cloud base in a vertical dive, crashing between a small stream and a road, 
					exploding and setting fire to a haystack. The pilot was killed. Maitland Road, to the east of Needham Market, 
					is named after Lt. George Maitland of the USAAF who crashed his P-47 here rather than hit the town.
				6230	(MSN 336)	63rd FS [UN-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"Holy Joe"; Crash landed 17May43 near RAF Gransden Lodge; 358th FS [YF-P], 
					355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 377th FS, 
					362nd FG, 9th AF, Lashenden, Station 410; Lost 29Jan44 in combat with JG-26 
					Fw 190s near Limburg, Belgium; MACR 2083.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				6231	(MSN 337)	62nd FS [LM-E], 56th FG, 8th AF; Artwork of Alley Oop; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 25Jun44 when it hit trees at Black Lion Farm, Church Pulverbatch; Pilot killed; Aircraft
					condemned June 26, 1944
				6232	(MSN 338)	61st FS [HV-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Bunkin", Artwork - Superman hitting Hitler; Shot down 3Sep43 by Fw 190A flown by Oblt Waldermar Radener 
					of JG 26/6 at Meaux, France; MACR 472.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				6233	(MSN 339)	335th FS [WD-C then O], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Force landed 2Sep43 with engine failure at Debden; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Mid air collision 23Sep44 
					with P-47D 42-74640 at Green Farm, Tibberton, England; Pilot killed; Condemned September 24, 1944
				6234	(MSN 340)	62nd FS [LM-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Thumbs Up Doc" (L) "Sugar Baby" (R); Damaged 8Sep43 taxying by ground crew at Halesworth; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-A], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 9Jan44 with engine failure during a local training flight, the aircraft broke out of 
					undercast too low and crashed into a plowed field near Wymeswold, Loughborough; Declared war weary; 
					Crashed 23Jul44 in Irish Sea off Nefyn, Wales; Pilot killed; Condemned July 24, 1944
				6235	(MSN 341)	61st FS [HV-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"Half Pint"; Accident 16Apr43 landing at Horsham St Faith; Severely damaged by enemy action June 26, 1943. 
					One of the 56th's worst setbacks occurred when 48 P-47Cs left Horsham St. Faith to provide escort for 
					Eighth AF bombers returning from a mission against Villacoublay airfield, near Paris. 
					As the P-47s approached the rendezvous point near Forges, they were jumped from above and behind by 
					16 Fw 190As of III Gruppe, JG.2. The Americans scattered, and 2nd Lt. Robert S. Johnson, flying at the 
					rear of the 61st Squadron's formation, was hit on the Germans' first pass, a 20mm shell exploding 
					in his cockpit and rupturing his hydraulic system. Burned and blinded by hydraulic fluid, Johnson 
					tried to bail out, but could not open his shattered canopy. As he dove for the Channel, he became 
					one of three victories claimed that day by the Gruppenfuhrer of III/JG.2, Oberst Egon Mayer, who 
					claimed to have come close enough to make out the call letters HV-P of Johnson's plane. As Johnson 
					tried to fly home, he caught the attention of Major Georg-Peter Eder, another Fw-190A pilot who had 
					just recently transferred to II/JG.26. Eder's 20mm cannons were jammed, but he followed Johnson 
					halfway across the Channel, riddling the American's plane with 7.62mm bullets until he finally ran 
					out of ammunition. Eder then brought his Fw-190 alongside the crippled ship, shook his head in 
					disbelief that it was still in the air, then rocked his wings in salute and peeled off for home. 
					Thanks to the P-47's ruggedness--plus sheer luck--the wounded Johnson was able to reach England, 
					landing safely after a ground loop at RAF Manston, Kent. Picked up by a squadron mate - who was 
					flying an unfamiliar British plane that almost crashed along the way - Johnson got back to Horsham 
					just in time to hear Nazi radio propagandist William Joyce, aka Lord Haw Haw, interviewing Eder. 
					The German pilot described the incident in detail - again including reference to Johnson's call 
					letters, HV-P and claimed to have seen his victim hit the water just short of England. 
					Headquarters Squadron, 67th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					Damaged 11Nov43 taxying at King’s Cliffe; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th Air AF, 	
					Brucheville [A-16], France; Crashed 13Aug44 at Carrouges, 21km SW of Argentan, France; MACR 8574.  Pilot killed
				6236	(MSN 342)	83rd FS [HL-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-J], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 12Jun43 landing at Atcham; 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 29Feb44 landing at Atcham; Declared war weary; Destroyed 13Aug44 by fire on the ground at 
					Atcham; Condemned August 14, 1944
				6237	(MSN 343)	61st FS [HV-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"The Idaho Spud"; [HV-N]; Crash landed 19Apr43 at Goxhill; 62nd FS [LM-M]; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-J], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 15Apr44 taking off at Atcham; Force landed 16Jul44 with fuel starvation Baggy Moor, 
					near Bagley. The engine failed due to fuel starvation on a training flight during combat training 
					with a Spitfire.  Pilot OK
				6238	(MSN 344)	334th FS [38], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crash landed 4Mar43 with engine failure at Debden; 336th FS [VF-H], "Peaches"; 
					Shot down 28Jul43 by Hptm Rolf-Günter Hermichen in Fw 190A-5 of JG 36/3, the aircraft crashed 
					into a polder near Gouda; Pilot bailed out and became POW; Wreckage recovered 1989, found at 
					Eendrachtspolder, N of Rotterdam, Netherlands
				6239	(MSN 345)	62nd FS [LM-J], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Kentucky Pud"; 
					Damaged 26Jun43 by a Fw 190A and crashed into North Sea off Yarmouth; Pilot rescued; 
					Plane condemned October 31, 1944
				6240	(MSN 346)	84th FS [WZ-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Hit by flak, sustained propeller failure near Lens, France and crashed at Saint-Léger, SE of Arras, 
					France October 18, 1943; MACR 889.  Pilot bailed out at 4,000ft, evaded capture and escaped to Spain.
				6241	(MSN 347)	83rd FS [HL-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Mid air collision 15Apr43 with P-47C 41-6272 two miles NE of Eaton Socon near Bedford, Bedfordshire. 
					The aircraft were on a simulated combat mission making head on attacks and failed to break away in time. 
					This aircraft lost a wing and went into a power dive. The pilot was killed.
				6242	(MSN 348)	62nd FS [LM-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					"You Know What" / "TISMA" / "Irma", Artwork - cartoon character ‘mooning’; Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Crashed 5Dec43 with propeller failure near St-Sauflieu, France; MACR 1433.  Pilot bailed out at 6,000ft and 
					taken POW; Aircraft condemned December 5, 1943
				6243	(MSN 349)	84th FS [WZ-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					"Pappy" / "Cover Girl"; [WZ-C]; Damaged 17Mar43 when ground looped at Goxhill; Condemned September 21, 1944
				6244	(MSN 350)	336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Accident 22Mar43 when ground looped on take-off at Speke, Liverpool; 53rd FS, 
					36th FG, 9th AF, Athis-de-l'Orne [A-76], France; Crash landed 2Oct44 on a 
					training flight and damaged P-47D 42-27373 at Athis-de-l'Orne; Condemned October 5, 1944
				6245	(MSN 351)	56th FG, 8th AF, 84th FS [WZ-M], 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Accident 21Apr43 landing at Duxford; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-X & A (bar over A)], 495th FG, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 6Nov43 taxying at Warton; Damaged 27Jan44 by mechanical failure at Atcham; 
					513th FS [4P-T], 406th FG, 9th AF, Mourmelon-le-Grand [A-80], France; 
					Declared war weary; Damaged 1Dec44 in accident with P-47D 42-26930 on the ground at Mourmelon-le-Grand; 
					Condemned December 5, 1944
				6246	(MSN 352)	83rd FS [HL-F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Artwork - "Sweet Pea" from Popeye; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-O], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 26Apr44 landing at Atcham; Declared war weary; 
					Crashed 16Sep44 on a training flight into the cliffs of Aran Fawddwy, Snowdonia, Wales; Pilot killed; 
					Condemned as missing September 19, 1944; It was 6 days before the missing plane was found
				6247	(MSN 353)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					RAF No.105 Squadron DH.98 Mosquito FB Mk.IV, serial DZ474 lost control landing at Debden 19Feb43. 
					With no radio and one engine feathered the Mosquito attempted to land. As it was about to touch down, 
					the pilot powered his left engine and swerved off the runway, crashing into the 334th Fighter 
					Squadron's dispersal hut after going through two P-47s. The two Mosquito crew members were OK. 
					The four 500 pound bombs that were aboard were not found until the next day in the totally 
					disintegrated Mosquito. The other P-47 was repairable but 41-6247 went to salvage.
				6248	(MSN 354)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Shot down 30Jul43 by Hptm Siegfried Schnell in Bf 109G-6 of JG 54/III Stab SE of Rotterdam, Netherlands; 
					Pilot KIA
				6249	(MSN 355)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 82nd FS [MX-H], 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; “Vee Gaile", Named for baby daughter [Vivian Gaile]; 
					Inspected by Bob Hope sitting in it and singer Frances Langford on the wing at Duxford 2Jul43; 
					Ditched 10Feb44 in North Sea off Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands after being hit by flak over the 
					Zuider Zee; MACR 2160.  Pilot MIA. The turbocharger had been hit and was smoking, later the 
					propeller stopped and the pilot lowered the wing flaps in preparation for ditching.
				6250	(MSN 356)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Condemned October 31, 1944
				6251	(MSN 357)	61st FS [HV-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Joker"; 
					Horsham St Faith, Station 123; Force landed 8Jun43 with engine failure at Horsham St Faith; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 29Feb44 in accident on the ground at Atcham; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 
					Crashed 15Apr44 after the pilot lost control and bailed out over Arbury Park, near Nuneaton, England; 
					Aircraft condemned April 16, 1944
				6252	(MSN 358)	82nd FS [MX-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Bee Ware"; Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, March 3, 1943 for handling and R/T trials; 
					Returned to USAAF October 13, 1943; 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, 
					Nordholz [R-56], Germany; Crashed 27Jun45 near Oldenswort, Germany; Pilot killed;  Aircraft condemned June 29, 1945
				6253	(MSN 359)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					Crash landed 2Mar43 at RAF King’s Cliffe, Cambridgeshire, England; [LM-P]; "Pokey", artwork of 
					Sadie Hawkins from Dogpatch cartoon / "Lil' Val", Li'l Val artwork - cartoon character "Li'l Injun"; 
					61st FS [HV-P], Condemned May 2, 1944
				6254	(MSN 360)	61st FS [HV-U], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Bashful", artwork of 
					dwarf from Snow White; 312th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, 
					Langford Lodge, Station 597, Northern Ireland; Accident 18May44 landing at Langford Lodge; Salvaged May 26, 1945
				6255	(MSN 361)	82nd FS [MX-Q], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					368th FS [CV-O], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					Base Air Depot No.2, 8th AF Service Command, Warton, Station 582; Damaged 28Aug44 while 
					parked by B-17G being taxied by ground crew at Warton; Salvaged November 1, 1945
				6256	(MSN 362)	[56], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 336th FS [VF-G], 
					Used on first P-47Combat mission in ETO 10Mar43; [VF-I]; "Blue Goofis"; 513th FS, 
					406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Destroyed 10Jul44 taking off at Ashford; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned July 12, 1944
				6257	(MSN 363)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Wittering, England, Station 368; 
					Crash landed 13Feb43 during attempted forced landing at Elms Farm, Wittering; Headquarters Squadron, 
					6th Fighter Wing,  8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 19Apr43 after engine failure 
					2 miles SW of Atcham; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6258	(MSN 364)	334th FS [58], 4th FG, 8th AF, RAF Debden, Station 356; 
					Accident 8Mar43 when undershot landing at Debden; Condemned September 25, 1945
				6259	(MSN 365)	84th FS [WZ-C], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Bad Medicine"; 63rd FS [UN-V then Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Maghaberry, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 239; Declared war weary.  Had been converted to 2 seater and used by HQ 65th FT ad Debden for liason duties
					Crashed at Sudbury near Ashbourne, Staffordshire January 19, 1944. 
					The aircraft was being ferried, along with a second P-47, from Halesworth in southern England to 
					Maghaberry in Northern Ireland for an overhaul. The weather en-route was poor, with 10/10ths 
					cloud down to about 500 feet in places and rain. The two pilots had attempted to remain below 
					the cloud but eventually this pilot decided to climb through the cloud, however he had very 
					little instrument flying experience. It was thought that shortly after climbing into the 
					clouds the pilot lost control of the aircraft which dived out of the weather and into a wooded 
					area where it exploded on impact.
				6260	(MSN 366)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 335th FS, 
					4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6261	(MSN 367)	63rd FS [UN-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 
					"Bat Out Of Hell"; Damaged 21Apr44 when ground looped taxying at Boxted; 552nd Fighter Training 
					Squadron [DQ-R], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 15Jul44 after the pilot bailed out at Saredon Hall Farm; Condemned July 16, 1944
				6262	(MSN 368)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					83rd FS [HL-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Crashed 5Sep43 when the pilot 
					lost control and bailed out near Melbourne; Condemned September 5, 1943
				6263	(MSN 369)	63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Wittering, Cambridgeshire, Station 368; 
					Damaged 9Mar43 by mechanical failure and fire in ground accident at Wittering; Headquarters Squadron, 
					67th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6264	(MSN 370)	56th FG, 8th AF, Condemned October 31, 1944
				6265	(MSN 371)	61st FS [HV-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Francy Ann"; 
					Shot down 30Jul43 by Lt Waldemar Radener in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/6 at Hank, Netherlands; MACR 219.  Pilot KIA
				6266	(MSN 372)	82nd FS [MX-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Buzz"; 
					Condemned June 8, 1944
				6267	(MSN 373)	61st FS [HV-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Combat damaged 11Nov43 when hit by five 20mm cannon shells, damaging the propeller, engine and rear 
					fuselage controls, landing back at base just as the fuel was exhausted; Declared war weary; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-F & W], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Accident 5Sep44 landing at Atcham; Crashed 28Sep44 during formation training flight at 
					Brick Kiln Farm, near Whitchurch, England; Pilot killed; Salvaged September 29, 1944
				6268	(MSN 374)	63rd FS [UN-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, Shot down 8Oct43 over 
					Holland while escorting B-17s attacking at Bremen, Germany. The aircraft crashed into the Ijsselmeer 
					near Amsterdam, Holland.  MACR 939.  Pilot killed.
				6269	(MSN 375)	84th FS [WZ-X & T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 19Oct44 at Atcham; Pilot killed; Condemned October 19, 1944
				6270	(MSN 376)	84th FS [WZ-A & H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Feather Merchant"; Crashed landing on 1Dec43; Condemned November 2, 1944
				6271	(MSN 377)	61st FS [HV-Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Rat Racer", 
					Artwork - cartoon mouse firing revolver / "Happy"; 490th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Eye, Station 134; 
					Declared war weary; Salvaged December 4, 1944
				6272	(MSN 378)	61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					Damaged 26Jan43 when ground looped at King’s Cliffe; 83rd FS, 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Mid air collision 15Apr43 with P-47C 41-6241 two miles E of 
					Eaton Socon near Bedford, Bedfordshire, England. The aircraft were on a simulated combat mission 
					making head on attacks and failed to break away in time. This aircraft lost the tail section, 
					spiralled down and burst into flames on striking the ground. The pilot bailed out with minor injuries.
				6273	(MSN 379) 21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 20Feb43 after propeller failure and the pilot bailed out at Groton
				6274	(MSN 380)	377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 21Jul43 landing at White Plains Airport, NY; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Damaged 16Apr44 by mechanical failure taking off at Norfolk; Reclaimed August 3, 1945
				6275	(MSN 381)	88th FS [G 76], 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 9Jan43 near Ocean Beach, Long Island, NY; 34th FS, 
					352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident 24Feb43 landing at New Haven, CT; 
					112th Base Unit, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Mid air collision 21Dec44 2 miles N of Huntington Beach; 
					Reclaimed at Mitchel Field, NY June 15, 1945
				6276	(MSN 382)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Destroyed 19Feb43 when force landed after engine failure near Wakefield, Rhode Island
				6277	(MSN 383)	323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 16Dec43 taking off at Richmond; 120th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 19Mar45 with 
					mechanical failure at Norfolk; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6278	(MSN 384)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 26Jun43 after engine failure taking off at Mitchel; Condemned at Rome Field, NY November 14, 1943
				6279	(MSN 385)	21st FS [G 92], 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 6Apr43 at Republic Field. After landing as #3, the pilot noticed another P-47 
					behind which had landed too close and too fast. The pilot opened the throttle and turned off the runway. 
					Travelling fast, the pilot applied brakes, nosed over and stopped in a revetment. 
					Crashed 8Apr43 with fuel starvation after the pilot bailed out at Republic Field; To RFC, Bush Field, 
					Augusta, GA May 15, 1945
				6280	(MSN 386)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 4Apr43 with P-47C 41-6294 at Mitchel Field; 311th FS, 
					58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Damaged 21Jul43 in collision with 
					P-47C 41-6559 taxying at Hillsgrove Field; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 133rd Base Unit, 
					Hillsgrove Field, RI; Damaged 16Oct44 when nosed over taxying at Hillsgrove; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA March 12, 1945
				6281	(MSN 387)	63rd FS [UN-B], 56th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; 89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Crashed 9Feb43 on fire 
					near Mitchel Field; Pilot bailed out
				6282	(MSN 388)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 15Dec42 at Mitchel Field when the wheels retracted on an icy runway, 
					the aircraft hit a revetment and was destroyed by fire; Pilot killed
				6283	(MSN 389)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Crash landed 7Apr43 with engine failure at La Guardia; Reclaimed at Waco Field, TX April 9, 1946
				6284	(MSN 390)	Reclaimed at Selfridge Field, MI May 24, 1946
				6285	(MSN 391) Surveyed at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL April 3, 1944
				6286	(MSN 392)	133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI Accident 30Jun44 after engine failure 
					taking off at Hillsgrove; Reclaimed at Rome, NY October 17, 1944
				6287	(MSN 393) 370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 6Aug43 into Long Island Sound, 10 miles S 
					of Bridgeport, CT after the engine caught fire; Pilot bailed out
				6288	(MSN 394) 359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 3Jun43 after engine failure during a test flight 2 miles S of 
					Manhasset, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6289	(MSN 395)	377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 19Aug43 after engine failure into the Connecticut River, 5 miles W of Middletown, CT; Pilot killed
				6290	(MSN 396)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 19Aug43 after explosion and fire near Wareham, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6291	(MSN 397)	88th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 3Feb43 with P-47C 41-6140 at Melville, Long Island, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6292	(MSN 398)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 23Mar43 near Mitchel Field; Pilot killed; Condemned March 25, 1943
				6293	(MSN 399)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; 
					Accident 2May43 taking off at Grenier; 311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 5Jun43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 265th Base Unit, 
					Pocatello Field, ID; Crashed 14Oct44 after the pilot lost control 5 miles N of Pocatello; Pilot killed
				6294	(MSN 400)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 4Apr43 with P-47C 41-6280 at Mitchel Field; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6295	(MSN 401)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 15Jan43 after engine failure 2 miles E of Jones Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6296	(MSN 402)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 6Jan43 with engine failure at Mitchel Field
				6297	(MSN 403)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 9Apr43 landing at Groton; Force landed 16Jun43 on a sand bar in Long Island Sound, CT 
					after engine failure; CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT June 20, 1943
				6298	(MSN 404)	Combat Crew Training Squadron [C13], 133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 15Jan43 after the pilot lost control 2 miles NW of Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				6299	(MSN 405)	265th Base Unit, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 5Sep44 after engine failure 
					5 miles NNW of Pocatello; Surveyed September 5, 1944
				6300	(MSN 406)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Damaged 19Jan44 taxying at Perry; 265th Base Unit, Pocatello Field, ID; Crashed 20May44 at 
					American Falls reservoir, 14 miles W of Pocatello; Surveyed at Dale Mabry Field May 21, 1944
				6301	(MSN 407)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 4May43 after engine failure on takeoff at Cross City; Pilot killed
				6302	(MSN 408)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 1Feb43 10 miles S of Dale Mabry; CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 16, 1943
				6303	(MSN 409)	Surveyed June 9, 1943
				6304	(MSN 410)	57th FS, 54th FG, 3rd AF, Hillsborough Field, FL; 
					Damaged 18Nov43 while parked by P-51A 43-6110 taxying at Hillsborough; To RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK May 23, 1945
				6305	(MSN 411)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Damaged 4Jan43 taxying at Cross City; 489th FS, 59th FG, 
					3rd AF, Thomasville Field, GA; Accident 12Oct43 landing at Thomasville; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 17, 1945
41-6306/6667		Republic P-47C-5-RE Thunderbolt
				6306	(MSN 412)	Ladd Field, Fairbanks, AK; Cold Weather Trials; Damaged 27Mar43 in collision with AT-6 
					40-725 at Ladd; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 17Jan45 landing at Norfolk; 
					120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 17Jan45 in collision with P-47D 42-28721 at 
					Richmond; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 18, 1945
				6307	(MSN 413)	Returned to US June 21, 1944; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 
					16Feb45 mechanical failure at Norfolk; Mid air collision 16Feb45 with TP-26B 42-43382 50 miles NE 
					of Norfolk; Pilot killed
				6308	(MSN 414)	RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 18, 1945
				6309	(MSN 415)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 3Jun43 due mechanical failure 4 miles NE of Cross City; Pilot killed
				6310	(MSN 416)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Redesignated RP-47C; Destroyed 4Mar43 landing at Cross City; Surveyed March 12, 1943
				6311	(MSN 417)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 9Jan43 in collision with P-40K 42-9945 taxying at Dale Mabry; Crashed 15Nov43 after a mid air 
					fire 15miles NW of Dale Mabry; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6312	(MSN 418)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Force landed 30Dec42 with engine failure at Dale Mabry and DBR
				6313	(MSN 419)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 6Aug43 after mid air collision with P-47G 42-24984 20 miles W of Dale Mabry; Pilot bailed out; 
					Aircraft surveyed August 14, 1943
				6314	(MSN 420)	Reclaimed at Abilene Field, TX January 29, 1946
				6315	(MSN 421)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Damaged 1Jul43 in collision with P-47C 41-6121 taxying at Dale Mabry; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					266th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Majors Field, Greenville, TX; Crash landed 24Jan45 mechanical failure 
					at Palacios Field, TX; Reclaimed at Majors Field, TX October 22, 1945
				6316	(MSN 422)	Reclaimed at Hill Field, Ogden, UT June 29, 1945
				6317	(MSN 423)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Force landed 28Apr43 mechanical failure at Cross City; To RFC, Ponca City 
					Airport, OK June 9, 1945
				6318	(MSN 424)	82nd FS [MX-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					In combat with Fw 190's of II./JG 1 the pilot carried out a successful attack which shot down two 
					of the enemy, before himself being attacked by a Fw 190 of III./JG 26 and being shot down. 
					The aircraft crashed near Bois-Grenier, NW of Lille, France June 13, 1943. The pilot was killed.
					Conflict:
					360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 30Jun43 taxying at Groton
				6319	(MSN 425)	61st FS [HV-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Butch"; 
					"P.J. & Hun Hunter"; Mid air collision 5Feb44 with P-47D 42-7943 4 miles E of Halesworth; Pilot killed; 
					Condemned February 5, 1944
				6320	(MSN 426)	63rd FS [UN-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Condemned February 2, 1943
				6321	(MSN 427)	Condemned October 31, 1944
				6322	(MSN 428)	61st FS [HV-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Little Butch"; 
					Shot down by a FW-190A-5 flown by Hptm Wilhem-Ferdinand Galland  of JG 26/2 Stab at Forges-les-Eaux, 
					SE of Neufchâtel-en-Bray, France June 26, 1943; Pilot MIA; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6323	(MSN 429)	84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Crash landed 18Feb43 at Goxhill. The pilot [Royal AF] was on a local transition flight, 
					his first in the P-47. On his first approach to land, the pilot failed to allow sufficient time 
					for the landing gear to lock down so went around for another landing approach. On his second 
					approach, the pilot lowered the landing gear but also lowered the flaps too early, decreasing the 
					hydraulic pressure and preventing the landing gear from reaching the locked down position. 
					The pilot saw the gear warning light too late and landed with the wheels not fully down and locked. 
					On touch down the landing gear collapsed and the aircraft slid along the ground, damaging the propeller 
					and lower fuselage.  486th FS [PZ-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, 
					Station 141; "Sneezy", Artwork - Sneezy from Snow White; Damaged 15Nov43 taxying at Bodney;  
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-F], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Accident 17Oct44 at HMS Godwit, Hinstock Royal Navy airfield; Condemned May 1, 1947
				6324	(MSN 430)	369th FS [IV-X], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					368th FS; 3rd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 496th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					East Wretham, Station 133; Crash landed 30Apr44 engine failure at RAF Wyton; Condemned May 2, 1944
				6325	(MSN 431)	63rd FS [UN-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Lucky Little Devil"; Damaged 14Jul43 taxying at Halesworth; repaired;  368th FS, 365th FG, 
					9th AF.  Aircraft condemned Apr 20, 1945.
				6326	(MSN 432)	63rd FS [UN-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Forced landing at Lyons Farm, 
					Bulcamp, Suffolk February 3, 1944 after running with fuel starvation returning from a mission ; 
					Condemned February 5, 1944
				6327	(MSN 433)	Condemned February 8, 1943
				6328	(MSN 434)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crashed 9Sep43 NW of Paris, France; The fighter developed engine trouble near Paris on a mission 
					to escort bombers to that target. The aircraft was abandoned by the pilot who was captured as a POW; 
					Aircraft captured by Luftwaffe Sep 9, 1943. Also reported as being with 486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF and involved in taxiing 
					accident at RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England Nov 15, 1943, Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
					Aircraft condemned May 1, 1947 
				6329	(MSN 435)	63rd FS [UN-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, Struck off charge 28Jun43 
					due to battle damage; Base Air Depot No.2, 8th AF Service Command, Warton, Station 582; 
					1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 17Sep43 landing at Warton.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				6330	(MSN 436)	62nd FS [LM-Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, "??? ????????", 
					Cyrilic characters (Moy Tavarich -- Russian for 'My Comrade') / 'Wheel Hub' motif on cowling; 
					Personal aircraft of Col Hubert A. "Hub" Zemke, Group Commander of "Zemke's Wolf Pack"; Crashed landing 
					on 24Dec43; 63rd FS [UN-S & U], "Sunshine"; FS [UN-Z], Force landed 
					24Dec43 with fuel starvation at RAF Manston, Kent; 4th Strategic Air Depot, 8th AF, Hitcham, 
					Station 470; Crashed 31May44 engine failure at Hitcham.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				6331	(MSN 437)	83rd FS [HL-L], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Shot down by Fw 109A-6 flown by Maj Egom Mayer of JG 2/Stab between Rennes and Chateubriant and crashed 
					on a farm at La Bainerie, 1.5km NW of Launay-Villiers, 15km E of Vitré, France January 5, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and survived but was declared missing in action.  MACR 1738
				6332	(MSN 438)	83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Mid air 
					collision 1Mar43 with P-47C 41-6370 and crashed at Goxhill. The aircraft was one of a pair 
					practising formation flying. Flying over the airfield prior to landing, a third aircraft, P-47C 41-6370, 
					was in the circuit and given a green light to land. This third aircraft did a climbing turn to position 
					for landing when it flew up and into the wing man of the pair, hitting the aircraft in the left wing. 
					This aircraft entered a spin, crashed and burst into flames on the parade ground 100 feet from the 
					mess hall, killing the pilot.
				6333	(MSN 439)	84th FS [WZ-F & V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Accident at RAF Podington, Bedfordshire, England 13Mar44, repaired; Damaged 6Jun44 during a strafing 
					run on a locomotive pulling fuel tanks when the train exploded and debris hit the fighter, having 
					to be abandoned over the English Channel; Pilot rescued by ASR.
				6334	(MSN 440)	63rd FS [UN-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365. 
					During a test flight for the new 200-gallon fuel ferry tanks, the fighter was involved in a mid air 
					collision with a B-24 one mile NW of Metfield 11Aug43. While flying in close formation, the aircraft 
					was caught in turbulence as it passed under the wing of the B-24, drawing the rear end up into a 
					propeller which sliced off the tail; pilot (Capt Walker Mahurin) bailed out at 1,000ft.  The B-24 landed successfully
				6335	(MSN 441)	83rd FS [HL-B then A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"El Jeepo" (Artwork (R) of "Jeep" cartoon character); Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Bfw Adolf Glunz 
					of JG 26/5 15km NW of Geilenkirchen, Germany and crashed SE of Eindhoven, Netherlands February 22, 1944; 
					MACR 2669.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW
				6336	(MSN 442)	62nd FS [LM-N], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					Damaged 6Apr43 taxying at Horsham St Faith; Headquarters Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 
					9th AF, Middle Wallop, Station 449; Accident 24Jan44 landing at Middle Wallop
				6337	(MSN 443)	61st FS [HV-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Snow White" + artwork of Snow White; Accident 27Sep43 landing at Halesworth; Failed to return 31Dec43 
					from a 'Ramrod' mission to Lorient, France. The fighter pitched up out of formation and ended in a spin, 
					crashing in English Channel 20 miles S of Jersey, Channel Islands; MACR 1861.  Pilot killed [may have 
					had an oxygen system failure]
				6338	(MSN 444)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Crashed 1Apr43 near Lake Griffin, FL; Damaged 26Apr43 taxying at Orlando; 123rd Base Unit, 1st Air 
					Force, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 23Jul44 engine failure 2 miles NE of Seymour Johnson
				6339	(MSN 445)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Crashed 12Mar43 near Orlando; Pilot killed
				6340	(MSN 446)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 29Apr43 landing at Orlando; 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 25Jul44 
					with P-47D 42-8286 2 miles N of Hopewell, VA
				6341	(MSN 447)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 9Mar43 landing at Orlando; 445th FS, Accident 1Sep43 landing at Wings Field, 
					Norristown, PA; "120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 25Nov44 taxying at Richmond, VA; Pilot killed; 
					Conflict:
					82nd FS [MX-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
				6342	(MSN 448)	62nd FS [LM-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; 
					"Saucy Shirley"; Damaged 19Feb43 by bird strike at King’s Cliffe; 82nd FS [MX-W], 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
				6343	(MSN 449)	62nd FS [LM-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"The Sad Sack" (L), "Little Cookie" (R), Artwork of "Sad Sack" cartoon character; Accident 20Oct43 
					landing at Halesworth.
				6344	(MSN 450)	83rd FS [HL-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357;  
					Headquarters Squadron, 9th AF, Strassfeld [Y-59], Germany; Damaged 2Apr45 taxying at Strassfeld
				6345	(MSN 451)	82nd FS [MX-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Miss Tibbie"; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 5May44 2 miles NE of Atcham; Pilot killed; Condemned May 5, 1944
				6346	(MSN 452)	Condemned February 17, 1943
				6347	(MSN 453)	62nd FS [LM-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365;  
					"Li'l Abner" - artwork of Li'l Abner on nose (L) [named for the squadron]; "Torchy" [named for the 
					ground crew]; "Jessie O" [named for the pilot's wife] + four-leaf clover (R); Damaged 13Sep43 
					while parked in collision by P-47D 42-74626 taxying at Halesworth. Combat damaged 26Nov43 when a 
					Bf 110 exploded when shot at and pieces damaged the left wing and a 20 foot length of control cable 
					was wrapped around the rudder and horizontal tail surface. The aircraft was repaired, the control 
					cable being cut up and soldered to British sixpenny coins, cut to make four-leafed clovers, to make 
					bracelets for family souvenirs. Declared war weary; 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Modified as a two-seat hack; 38th FS [CG-4], 55th FG, 
					8th AF, Clobber College' aircraft used for post VE-Day transitional training for possible 
					Far East deployment with the P-47N.  Aircraft condemned Jan 21, 1946.
				6348 (MSN 454)	12th RCD, Ferrying Group, Warton, Station 582; Mid air collision 1Feb43 with P-47C 
					41-6213 near Desford, England; Pilot killed; Aircraft condemned February 1, 1943
				6349	(MSN 455)	Condemned February 17, 1943
				6350	(MSN 456)	61st FS [HV-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Crashed 5Jun43 on a 
					navigation training flight near Horsham St Faith, Norfolk, England; Pilot killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6351	(MSN 457)	84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Accident 13Apr43 landing at Hardwick; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-C], 495th Fighter Training 
					Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Shropshire, England, Station 342; Accident landing 5Jun44 at Atcham; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned September 26, 1945
				6352	(MSN 458)	61st FS [31], 56th FG, 8th AF, [HV-T]; "Doc" + artwork 
					of "Doc" from Snow White; 311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, 
					RAF Maghaberry, Atrim, Northern Ireland, Station 239; Crash landed while on ferry flight 27Jan44 
					at Maghaberry; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6353	(MSN 459)	84th FS [WZ-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357;  
					Crashed 13Jun43 after combat damage by Fw 190 of JG26 near Sint-Jan, Ypres, Belgium; Pilot bailed 
					out and taken POW; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6354	(MSN 460)	336th FS [VF-R], 4th FG, 8th AF, RAF Debden, Essex, Station 356; 
					Artwork - Gremlins on horseback; Damaged 5Jan44 at Debden after its rudder pedals locked on take-off. 
					It collided with another parked P-47, 41-6359, on the dispersal before coming to a stop in the 
					bomb dump behind the 335th FS's dispersal; Pilot survived, aircraft condemned January 31, 1944
				6355	(MSN 461)	Condemned March 17, 1943
				6356	(MSN 462)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Damaged 19May43 taking off from RAF Llanbedr, Wales; Headquarters Squadron, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, 
					Saffron Walden, Station 370; Crashed 7Mar44 after mid air collision with B-24H 42-7582 3 miles W of 
					Shipdham, England; Pilot killed; Aircraft condemned March 8, 1944
				6357	(MSN 463)	84th FS [WZ-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Unmentionable" / "Geronimo"; Crash landed 2Sep43 with fuel starvation near Sutton, England; 
					Repaired and transferred 61st FS [HV-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, 
					Station 365; Crashed 31Dec43 after oxygen system failure in the English Channel near Les Minquiers, 
					S of Jersey, Channel Islands; MACR 1861.  Pilot MIA
				6358	(MSN 464)	334th FS [QP-G], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					“California or Bust” - Artwork incorporated the pilot's home town of San Diego into the design, 
					the lower signpost reads "San Diego via Berlin"; Mid air collision 27Apr43 during a mock dog-fight 
					with P-47C 41-6416, 5 miles North of Castle Camps, Cambs; 510th FS [2Z-O], 
					405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Returning from a bombing mission 
					on Le Mans, France, crash landed due to a technical problem on northwestern side of Jersey, Channel 
					Islands June 23, 1944.  The left wing was damaged and the aircraft was salvaged by the Germans. 
					Pilot was taken POW; put on a train at Rennes July 5, 1944, still on same train when escaped 
					July 22, 1944 and returned to England September 8, 1944.
				6359	(MSN 465)	335th FS [WD-K], 4th FG, 8th AF, RAF Debden, Essex, England, Station 356; 
					Damaged 5Jan44 while parked by P-47C 41-6354 taking off at Debden; Condemned February 2, 1944
				6360	(MSN 466)	335th FS [WD-D], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crashed 3Nov43 during take-off at Halesworth, England; Condemned November 6, 1943
				6361	(MSN 467)	83rd FS [HL-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Hellza Poppin"; Damaged 21Sep43 taxying at RAF Tangmere; Headquarters Squadron [LC-S], 
					67th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, King’s Cliffe, Station 367; Damaged 31Jan44 taxying at King’s Cliffe; 
					513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Münster/Handorf [Y-94], Germany; 
					Damaged 13Apr45 taxying at Villacoublay [A-42], France; Salvaged November 15, 1945
				6362	(MSN 468)	63rd FS [UN-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, "The Michigan Mauler"; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-I & S], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, England,
					Station 342; Damaged 23Jan44 taxying at Atcham; Crash landed 12Jul44 after mid air collision with 
					P-47D 42-7981, 6 miles SW of Atcham; Salvaged July 12, 1944
				6363	(MSN 469)	83rd FS [HL-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-E], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, England
					Station 342; Damaged 31Mar44 taxying at Atcham; Crash landed 17Apr44 at Atcham; Pilot killed. 
					The pilot had been flying on a weather flight with a wing man. When the pair came in to land at 
					Atcham, they both came in too tight off the turn. The pilot still tried to land, side slipped to 
					the ground and crashed. He died of his injuries. The wing man peeled off and went round again.
				6364	(MSN 470)	83rd FS [HL-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Lady Jacquelyn"; Force landed 26Sep43 mechanical failure near Apledram, Chichester; 
					Headquarters Squadron, 1st Combat Crew Replacement Center, 8th AF, Bovingdon, Station 112; 
					Damaged 25Jun44 in collision with P-38J 43-28481 taxying at Bovingdon; Pilot survived, aircraft 
					condemned October 9, 1945
				6365	(MSN 471)	82nd FS [MX-F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Damaged 3May43 while stopped in collision by P-47C 41-6220 taxying at Duxford. This aircraft was 
					stationary at the end of the runway, carrying out power checks before takeoff. The other aircraft 
					braked and turned with its left wing going over the top of this aircraft's right wing and into the 
					propeller. Crashed 27Aug43 at Benningham House, 5 miles SE of Stevenage, Hertfordshire. 
					Taking off in formation, the flight of four aircraft entered cloud. The flight leader failed to 
					monitor his instruments and, towards the top of the clouds, started a skidding turn into his 
					wing man and lost speed. The wing man lost control, spun and entered a dive. The P-47 came out of 
					the cloud at high speed and passed close by a RAF Henley towing a target for the benefit of gunners 
					aboard an accompanying Wellington. Although a bullet hole was found behind the cockpit, it did not 
					contribute to the cause of the accident. The aircraft kept a straight course during the dive, 
					struck the ground, bounced across a road, hit a telegraph pole and a tree when one fuel tank exploded. 
					The other fuel tank exploded when the wreckage entered another field. The engine was found 
					approximately one mile farther on from the point of impact. The pilot was killed; Salvaged; 
					Condemned August 28, 1943.
				6366	(MSN 472)	82nd FS [MX-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Condemned February 17, 1943
				6367	(MSN 473)	63rd FS [UN-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Damaged 31Aug43 when ground looped at RAF Southend; Force landed 20Dec43 near Dunwich; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 25May44 near Treverward Farm, Clun; Pilot killed; Condemned May 26, 1944
				6368	(MSN 474)	originally assigned to the 4FG  335FS 8AF. When the 4FG transition to P-51's the 47's were sent to the
					373FG. This plane was assigned to the 412FS.
					Crashed at Brenzett UK, on 10 June 1944, after suffering battle damage. The aircraft was returning 
					to its Woodbridge Base. The pilot was killed in the crash.		Condemned June 10, 1944
				6369	(MSN 475)	335th FS [WD-Y], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Shot down 24Feb44 by Fw 190A-6 flown by Hptm Wolfgang Neu of JG 26/4 at Simmerath, NE of Monschau, 
					Germany; MACR 2921.  Pilot killed; Condemned February 24, 1944
				6370	(MSN 476)	62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Mid air collision 1Mar43 with 
					P-47C 41-6332 and crashed at Goxhill, England. The aircraft was in the circuit and given a green 
					light to land. The aircraft did a climbing turn to position for landing when it flew up and into 
					the wing man of a pair of aircraft also returning to Goxhill for landing, hitting the wing man i
					n the left wing. When this aircraft lost its right wing and entered a spin, the pilot bailed out.
				6371	(MSN 477)	Condemned October 31, 1944
				6372	(MSN 478)	63rd FS [UN-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Shot down 17Aug43 by Uffz Heinz Papendick in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/9 while providing support for the 
					withdrawal of B-17s that had bombed Schweinfurt, Germany. The aircraft crashed near Wolder, 
					Maastricht, Netherlands; MACR 265.  Pilot KIA
				6373	(MSN 479)	83rd FS [HL-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Artwork - Devil on flying horseshoe; The first aircraft to be credited with a victory by 78th FG, 
					it was inspected by King George VI at Duxford 26May43; Crash landed 24Sep43 at RAF Woolsington, Newcastle; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-B & Y], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, 
					Shropshire, England, Station 342; Accident 1Mar44 landing at Atcham; Declared war weary; 
					Accident 16Sep44 landing at Atcham;  Repaired;  23rd FS [7U-C bar], 36th FG, 
					9th AF, "Candy Gal"; Condemned November 1, 1945
				6374	(MSN 480)	83rd FS [HL-V & U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crashed 4Mar44 with a runaway propeller at Malines, Belgium; MACR 2973 and 4495.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW
				6375	(MSN 481)	63rd FS [UN-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Force landed 2Sep43 near 
					Eastchurch; Condemned April 4, 1944
				6376	(MSN 482)	61st FS [HV-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Crash landed 19Apr43 at Goxhill; Failed to return from an escort mission for bombers whose target 
					was Villacoublay, France. Approaching the rendezvous at Forges-les-Eaux, France the squadron was 
					attacked by Fw 190's from III Gruppe, JG.2. The fighter was shot down and crashed at 
					Landes-Vieilles-et-Neuves, 25km NE of Neufchâtel-en-Bray, France June 26, 1943; Pilot killed.
				6377	(MSN 483)	83rd FS [HL-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					312th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Langford Lodge, Lough Neagh, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 597; Accident 18Jun44 taking off at Langford Lodge while on ferry flight; Condemned November 30, 1945
				6378	(MSN 484)	Condemned February 17, 1943
				6379	(MSN 485)	82nd FS [MX-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					"Queen Mu" [named for pilot’s wife Muriel]; Accident 1Apr43 landing long and nosed over at RAF 
					Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire, England; Condemned March 5, 1944
				6380	(MSN 486)	82nd FS [MX-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					'Ranny; Mark II" [named for pilot’s wife]; 351st FS, 353rd Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Accident 27Jan44 taxying at East Wrentham; 448th Bomb Group, 
					8th AF, Seething, Station 146; Artwork - shark's mouth; Used as a group monitor aircraft
				6381	(MSN 487)	78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 61st FS [HV-X], 
					56th FG, 8th AF, 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-M], 495th Fighter Training 
					Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 15Feb44 in collision with P-47C 41-6585 taxying 
					at Atcham; Crashed 20Jun44 on fire at Lawley Bank, near Lawley, Shropshire. Pilot elected to 
					stay with his aircraft rather than bail out, because had he done so his aircraft would have 
					crashed into a local school killing countless children. Pilot was killed. Condemned June 21, 1944.
				6382	(MSN 488)	83rd FS [HL-C], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Green Hornet"; Shot down 14May43 by Fw 190 near Ath, Belgium. Attempting to evade the enemy pursuer, 
					the aircraft hit a tree and the propeller cut a telephone line. After hitting a second tree, 
					the aircraft pulled up, the pilot bailed out and evaded capture, returning to his unit 21Jun43. 
					Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6383	(MSN 489)	84th FS [WZ-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Lost 20May43 caused by engine failure over North Sea offshore England. The pilot bailed out but was 
					not seen in his dinghy and ASR was not successful in finding him; MIA. Condemned October 31, 1944.
				6384	(MSN 490)	82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crashed 8Mar43 after attempted forced landing with fuel starvation on Cloughton Moor, N Yorkshire. 
					The flight was practicing formation flying but became lost in low cloud. After failure of the radio, 
					with no maps and low on fuel, this aircraft broke away to find somewhere to land. Condemned October 31, 1944.
				6385	(MSN 491)	61st FS [HV-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-M], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 2Jun44 in collision with parked P-47D 42-74659 taxying at Atcham; Crashed 28Jun44 after stalling 
					at Bank Farm, Leighton, Shropshire, England; Pilot bailed out
				6386	(MSN 492)	84th FS [WZ-T], 78th FG, 8th AF,  Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Accident landing 2Mar43 at Goxhill; Duxford, Station 357; "Destiny's Tot"; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-N], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 23Apr44 landing at RAF Shawbury, Shropshire, England; Pilot survived, but aircraft condemned April 23, 1944
				6387	(MSN 493)	62nd FS [LM-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Fats" / "BTFSPLK" (L), 
					"Debt Collector" (R); 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Operational Training Replacement Unit; Accident 16Nov44 landing at Creil [A-81], France; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned November 25, 1944
				6388	(MSN 494)	Condemned January 30, 1943
				6389	(MSN 495)	84th FS [WZ-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Condemned January 30, 1943
				6390	(MSN 496)	Condemned January 30, 1943
				6391	(MSN 497)	82nd FS [MX-P; MX-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Flagari" [named for pilot’s hometown – Flagstaff, AZ]; A Bf 109 shot at the fighter over Borculo, 
					Netherlands causing damage to the turbocharger and right wing, Diving down to evade the enemy, 
					another shot hit the engine. The pilot rolled the aircraft inverted and bailed out at 1,000ft, 
					the aircraft crashing SE of Dunkerque, France July 30, 1943. MACR 135A.  The pilot evaded capture 
					and returned to England October 24, 1943.
				6392	(MSN 498)	334th FS [QP-X], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Artwork - pink elephant shooting bullets from trunk; Damaged 8Jun43 taxying at Debden; 
					Condemned November 10, 1945
				6393	(MSN 499)	84th FS [WZ-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Cambridgeshire, Station 357; 
					"Darkie" / "Axe the Axis"; Damaged 24Oct43 taxying at Duxford; Condemned March 25, 1944
				6394	(MSN 500)	62nd FS [LM-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Lonesome Polecat", 
					Artwork of Lonesome Polecat from Dogpatch; Shot down 29Apr43 over North Sea near Breskens, Netherlands; 
					Pilot POW; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6395	(MSN 501)	63rd FS [UN-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					"Vickie";  Hit by 'friendly fire' by British anti-aircraft after flying low over Dover, crash 
					landed two miles S of Deal, Kent 13Apr43; 84th FS [WZ-I], 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-W], 495th Fighter Training 
					Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 14Jan44 at Atcham; Crashed 4Apr44 near RAF 
					Montford Bridge, Shropshire; Pilot killed; Salvaged April 5, 1944
				6396	(MSN 502)	82nd FS [MX-B; MX-H; MX-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Declared war weary; Damaged 24Sep44 taxying at Atcham; Accident 12Oct44 at Atcham, Station 342; 
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was salvaged November 8, 1945
				6397	(MSN 503)	62nd FS [LM-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St Faith, Station 123; 
					Crash landed 15May43 with engine failure at Hellesdon Golf Course, Hertfordshire, Norfolk; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944
				6398	(MSN 504)	62nd FS [LM-H], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Joan L. Sullivan"; 
					Shot down 17Aug43 by Hptm Wilhelm Lemke in a Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/9 at Vreren, Belgium; MACR 263.  Pilot KIA; 
				6399	(MSN 505)	84th FS [WZ-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crashed 13Apr43 in the English Channel two miles offshore Calais when the pilot failed to control 
					the fuel mixture, blowing a cylinder head; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6400	(MSN 506)	334th FS [QP-O], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Indianapolis", later the word "Indiana" was added under the name; Damaged by Uffz Hans Engelbrecht 
					in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/10, ditched 9Sep43 after engine failure in the English Channel 45 miles south of 
					Beachy Head. With sudden engine vibration, the engine broke off and fell away. The pilot spent 48 hours 
					in his dinghy before being rescued
				6401	(MSN 507)	61st FS [HV-G], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Dream Baby"; Damaged 27Sep43 taxying at Halesworth; Crashed 31Dec43 in bad weather 3 miles N of 
					Henley-on-Thames, England. The flight of four aircraft lost sight of each other at low level when 
					climbing through thick cloud. The pilot lost control and the aircraft entered a spin, too low to 
					recover and bailed out safely. Condemned January 5, 1944
				6402	(MSN 508)	83rd FS [HL-X], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Owley and Tobe"; Destroyed when force landed 1Oct43 with engine failure at Duxford village; 
					On a non-operational flight test of the propeller, engine problems developed and cut out on landing; 
					Condemned October 2, 1943
				6403	(MSN 509)	334th FS [03], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Crashed 3Apr43 and destroyed by fire at Alconbury, Station 102; Pilot bailed out. The pilot, CO 
					of 334th FS, took off for a recognition flight with B-17 crews; at 25,000 ft the supercharger caught fire.
				6404	(MSN 510)	334th FS [04], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					[QP-R]; Accident landing 9Apr43 at Debden; [QP-P]; "Ill Wind?" - artwork of a female holding onto 
					a parasol with the wind blowing her dress; 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, 
					Thruxton, Station 407; Accident 5Mar45 landing at RAF Thruxton, Hampshire, England; Pilot survived,
					aircraft salvaged October 31, 1945
				6405	(MSN 511)	334th FS [QP-S], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					“Old Red Ass”; Shot down 18May43 by Bf 109s and crashed into the North Sea between Knocke and 
					Blankenberge, Belgium; Pilot killed.  Also listed as crashed Apr 27, 1943 after midair collision during mock dogfight. 
					Pilot bailed out but fractured his spine. Aircraft condemned Oct 31, 1944 
				6406	(MSN 512)	334th FS [QP-H], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Mid air collision 21May43 with P-47D 42-7920 near Ghent, Belgium when chasing a Fw 190 aircraft 
					inland after a fighter sweep to the Ghent-Ostend area of Belgium; Pilot killed; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6407	(MSN 513)	334th FS [QP-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Shot down 15Apr43 by Fw 190A-5 flown by Lt Ernst Heesen of JG 1/5 between Blankenberge and Ostend, 
					Belgium and crashed in North Sea; Pilot KIA; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6408	(MSN 514)	Condemned October 31, 1944
				6409	(MSN 515)	84th FS [WZ-W & H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Condemned as missing January 16, 1945
				6410	(MSN 516)	334th FS [QP-Y], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Little Butch" - artwork of girl sitting on rocket; 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 
					8th AF, Warton, Station 582; Force landed 30Mar44 with fuel starvation at Down Ampney; 
					395th FS [A7-P], 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; 
					With 495th FG, 368th FG, 9th AF in accident 31Jul44 landing at Cardonville airfield A-3 Basse Normandie, 
					France; Condemned August 8, 1944
				6411	(MSN 517)	83rd FS [HL-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Muscle Bound", artwork - clenched fist with sun in background; Crashed 22Sep43 with fuel starvation 
					in the English Channel 25 miles E of Manston, Kent; MACR 672.  Pilot bailed out, Air-Sea Rescue (ASR) was unable 
					to find him and he was lost in the sea, drowned.
				6412	(MSN 518)	551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-O], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342;  Accident 4Feb44 landing at RAF Moreton Valence, Gloustershire, England;  Pilot survived,
					aircraft condemned February 6, 1944
				6413	(MSN 519)	334th FS [QP-V], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [QP-W]; 
					[QP-L]; "The Missouri Kid - Sho Me"; Diverted to Royal AF June 13, 1944
				6414	(MSN 520)	334th FS [QP-K], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356;
					"Miss Dallas"; Crashed 15Apr43 after engine failure off English coast; Pilot bailed out and 
					rescued by Air Sea Rescue; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6415	(MSN 521)	84th FS [WZ-V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Wild Hare"; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Operational Training Replacement Unit; Accident 16Nov44 landing at 
					Creil [A-81], Oise, France; Condemned November 25, 1944
				6416	(MSN 522)	334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Mid air collision 27Apr43 during a mock dog-fight with P-47C 41-6358 5 miles North of Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire,
					England; Pilot bailed out but fractured his spine; Aircraft condemned October 31, 1944
				6417	(MSN 523)	RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6418	(MSN 524)	535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Forced landing 23Jan44 at Camp Springs; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Norfolk Field, VA; Damaged 23Jan44 when ground looped taking off at Norfolk and collided with 
					P-47D 42-8228; Surveyed at Andrews Field, MD October 5, 1944
				6419	(MSN 525)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 26Nov43 when ground looped landing at Suffolk County; 
					121st Base Unit, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Forced landing 8Aug44 with engine failure at Bradley; 
					Redesignated TP-47C; Forced landing 17Jan45 at Bradley; RFC, 
					Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6420	(MSN 526)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 11May43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 320th FS, 402nd FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Ditched 29Jan44 due mechanical failure in 
					New Haven Harbor, CT; Surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY January 30, 1944
				6421	(MSN 527)	340th FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 6Apr43 after engine failure into house on take-off from Westover Field, MA; Condemned at 
					Westover April 9, 1943
				6422	(MSN 528)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crash landed 
					23Jun43 with engine failure at Groton; 123rd Air Base Unit, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 17Apr44 with fuel starvation at Turkey, NC; Surveyed at Bradley Field April 22, 1944
				6423	(MSN 529)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crash landed 9Apr43 with engine failure at Navy Auxiliary Field, Norwood, MA; 360th FS, 
					356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Force landed 11Jun43 by after mid air fire at Groton; 
					377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 19Sep43 landing at Suffolk County AAF, NY; To CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Bradley Field September 22, 1943
				6424	(MSN 530)	CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Bradley Field April 9, 1943
				6425	(MSN 531)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 4Aug43 with P-47D 42-8261 3 miles E of  Perryville, RI; Pilot killed
				6426	(MSN 532)	Bedford Field, MA; "Imp"; 328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, 
					Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Exploded 15Apr43 and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean 
					off Long Island near Coast Guard Station 94, NY; Pilot killed;  Aircraft must have been recovered and repaired.
					Combat Crew Training Squadron [C12], 133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Force landed 26Jun44 with mechanical failure at Bradley; Surveyed at Eglin Field, FL April 3, 1945
				6427	(MSN 533)	Surveyed at Eglin Field, FL April 1, 1945
				6428	(MSN 534)	539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 28Mar44 landing due structural failure at Bluethenthal; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe 
					at Bradley Field March 29, 1943
				6429 (MSN 535)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 9May43 when force landed with mechanical failure at Groton; 369th FS, 
					359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 16Jul43 taking off at Suffolk County, NY; 435th Air Base Squadron, 1st AF, 
					Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Ground accident 21Mar44 at Hillsgrove;
				6430	(MSN 536)	396th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 21Oct43 landing at Republic; 134th Base Unit, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Destroyed 9Sep44 when force landed with engine failure 10 miles N of Oscoda; Surveyed September 9, 1944
				6431	(MSN 537)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 6Jul43 landing at Republic Field; Reclaimed at Mitchel Field, NY January 3, 1946
				6432	(MSN 538)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 21Jun43 taxying in collision with parked P-47D 42-8236 at 
					Suffolk County; 232ndCombat Crew Training Squadron, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Destroyed 3Apr44 taking off at Dalhart; Surveyed April 4, 1944
				6433	(MSN 539)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Ditched 21Jun43 after engine failure into Long Island Sound, CT, east of Hatchet Reef; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at Groton Field, CT June 22 ,1943
				6434	(MSN 540)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 13May43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; 132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, 
					Long Island, NY; Ground accident 16Apr44 at Suffolk County; Accident 8Sep44 landing at Suffolk County; 
					Damaged 23Jan45 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 7, 1945
				6435	(MSN 541)	130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 14Jul44 with mechanical failure at 
					NAS Fentress, VA; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6436	(MSN 542)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 29Apr43 landing at Groton; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Norfolk Field, VA; Crashed 5Dec43 after mid air collision with P-47D 42-75474, 6 miles SW of 
					Cape Charles Village, VA; Pilot bailed out; Surveyed at Bradley field, CT December 6, 1944
				6437	(MSN 543)	538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Destroyed 31Mar44 when crash landed with engine failure 15 miles NW of Southport, NC; 
					Surveyed at Grenier AF, NH April 1, 1943
				6438	(MSN 544)	534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 6Apr44 after engine failure at Georgetown, DE; Reclaimed at Bluethenthal, NC July 6, 1945
				6439	(MSN 545)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 10May43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; Surveyed at Eglin, FL March 25, 1945
				6440	(MSN 546)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 16Mar43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; Destroyed 6Jul43 taking off in collision with P-47C 
					41-6442 at Hillsgrove Field; Surveyed at Kelly Field, TX March 9, 1944
				6441	(MSN 547)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Airport, NY; 
					Accident 23Apr43 landing at La Guardia; 474th Headquarters Squadron, Advanced Fighter Pilot 
					Replacement Training Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Destroyed 17Feb44 when force landed 
					with engine failure one mile S of Abilene; Surveyed at Harding Field, LA February 23, 1944
				6442	(MSN 548)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Destroyed 6Jul43 taking off in collision with P-47C 41-6440 at Hillsgrove Field; Pilot killed
				6443	(MSN 549)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, La Guardia Airport, NY; 
					Accident 14Apr43 taking off at La Guardia; 370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, 
					Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 30Jun43 mechanical failure near 
					Andover, NJ; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945
				6444	(MSN 550)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 7Mar43 after mid air collision with P-47C 41-6641 near Andover, MA; Pilot bailed out
				6445	(MSN 551)	133rd Base Unit, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Damaged 1Dec44 taxying at Hillsgrove; 
					Accident 20Jan45 due weather landing at Hillsgrove; Reclaimed at Bradley Field, CT April 4, 1945
				6446	(MSN 552)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Destroyed 19Jun43 landing at Bedford; Condemned June 19, 1943
				6447	(MSN 553)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 2Feb43 landing at Municipal Airport, Baltimore, MD; 491st FS, 
					370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 18Nov43 when nosed over during 
					take-off from Groton; 310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Accident 1Jul43 landing at Hillsgrove Field; Surveyed at Bradley Field, CT November 23, 1943
				6448	(MSN 554)	12th AntiSubmarine Squadron, 25th Antisubmarine Wing, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 13Feb43 due weather landing at Langley; 324th FS, 327th FG, 
					1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 19Jun43 taking off at Richmond; 323rd FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Destroyed 21Dec43 landing at Matagorda Peninsula 
					Field, TX; Reclaimed at Olmsted Field, PA January 4, 1944
				6449	(MSN 555)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 18May43 taking off at Philadelphia; 324th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 17Mar44 with engine failure 13 miles 
					SE of Richmond, VA; 4112th Base Unit, Olmsted Field, Middletown, PA; Force landed 28Jul44 with 
					engine failure at Harrisburg Airport, New Cumberland, PA; Reclaimed at Olmsted October 26, 1944
				6450	(MSN 556)	Reclaimed at Andrews Field, MD May 29, 1945
				6451	(MSN 557)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 23Apr43 with P-47C 41-6461, 10 miles SE of Millville. During a gun camera mock 
					combat mission, the two pilots started their dogfight at 12,000ft with a head on approach. 
					After making four turns, the aircraft collided with 41-6461 being struck beneath and just ahead 
					of the tail section. This aircraft successfully landed back at Millville. 132nd Base Unit, 
					Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 22Aug44 when nosed over 
					taxying at Suffolk County; Damaged 1Dec44 taxying at Suffolk County; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, 
					GA May 6, 1945
				6452	(MSN 558)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Designated RP-47C; Crash landed 5May43 at Millville; Surveyed at Morris AAF, NC May 27, 1943
				6453	(MSN 559)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 30Apr43 in collision with P-47D 42-22265 taxying at Millville; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					Mid air collision 18May43 with RP-47C 41-6648 at Millville; 134th Base Unit, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Crash landed 6Aug44 with engine failure at Wilbur, MI; Surveyed at Oscoda AAF, MI August 9, 1944
				6454	(MSN 560)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Destroyed 13May43 when engine failed taking off at Richmond; To CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Richmond AAB, VA May 26, 1943
				6455	(MSN 561)	120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 29May44 on the ground in collision with 
					P-47D 42-27781 at Richmond; RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945
				6456	(MSN 562)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 25Mar43 taxying at Millville; 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, 
					Camp Springs, MD; Crashed 26Jun43 after engine failure near Carmel, Deerfield, 3 miles NW of 
					Millville; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Fort Dix Field, NJ July 4, 1943
				6457	(MSN 563)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Destroyed 31Jan43 when propeller failed after take-off from Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
				6458	(MSN 564)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 15Apr43 taxying at Millville; 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 2May44 after 
					engine failure on an island in James River, VA; RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 25, 1945
				6459	(MSN 565)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 15Apr43 and destroyed by fire near Shrewsbury, MA; Pilot killed.
				6460	(MSN 566)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 8Mar43 landing at Millville; Surveyed April 10, 1944 at Richmond, VA.
				6461	(MSN 567)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 8Apr43 taxying at Millville; Crashed 23Apr43 after mid air collision with P-47C 41-6451, 
					10 miles SE of Millville. During a gun camera mock combat mission, the two pilots started their 
					dogfight at 12,000ft with a head on approach. After making four turns, the aircraft collided 
					with this aircraft being struck beneath and just ahead of the tail section. The aircraft 
					entered a flat spin and the pilot bailed out the left side, sliding down the wing on the 
					inside of the turn; he was narrowly missed by the tailplane falling to earth. 
					Aircraft surveyed at Fort Dix, NJ August 19, 1943.
				6462	(MSN 568)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 14Jan44 with P-47D 42-22451 at Richmond AAB, VA; 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 7Jul44 engine failure at Gasburg, VA; Surveyed at Richmond, VA February 19, 1945.
				6463	(MSN 569)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 6Jun43 taxying at Millville; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 10Sep44 8 miles E of Spring Mills, VA; Force landed 28Sep44 after engine 
					failure 2 miles E of Glendale, VA; Reclaimed at Richmond, VA June 29, 1945.
				6464	(MSN 570)	Reclaimed at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL October 31, 1945.
				6465	(MSN 571)	120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 23Jul44 landing at Richmond; 
					Crashed 12Aug44 when the pilot lost control at Richmond; Pilot killed.
				6466	(MSN 572)	89th FS, 80th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 8Apr43 involving P-47B 41-5931 at Millville Field, NJ; 323rd Fighter 
					Squadron, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond, VA; Crash landed 1Jul43 after engine 
					failure 23 miles W of Richmond; 537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, 
					Millville Field, NJ; Crashed 8Apr44 after engine failure 5 miles N of Atlantic City, NJ. 
					The pilot attempted to make an emergency landing at NAS Atlantic City. The engine cut out 
					about 5 miles short of the runway and the aircraft crashed into a house in Absecon Highlands, 
					injuring two people in the house. One of the injured described what happened: “Mother and 
					I were in the kitchen and I was just going to the steps to go upstairs when I heard a loud 
					crash and everything started falling on top of me. I was knocked down and dazed. I was trapped 
					in there with my mother lying down next to me. Then the pilot came in; he, with my father 
					and myself, got my mother out.” Repaired.  To RFC, 
					Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 27, 1945.
				6467	(MSN 573)	To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR July 26, 1945.
				6468	(MSN 574)	131st Base Unit, Blackstone Field, VA; Crash landed 12Apr44 after engine failure 
					near Fredericksburg, VA; Surveyed at Camp Springs, MD April 16, 1944.
				6469	(MSN 575)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Force landed 1Feb43 at Langley; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe, Langley Field May 15, 1943.
				6470	(MSN 576)	125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 26Feb45 with engine failure one mile S 
					of Little Creek, DE; Reclaimed at Dover, DE June 29, 1945
				6471	(MSN 577)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 20May43 landing with undercarriage retracted at Richmond; Crash landed 27Feb44 with fuel 
					starvation 7 miles N of St Stephens, VA; To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6472	(MSN 578)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ;
					Accident 17Apr43 landing at Millville; 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, 
					Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Redesignated RP-47C; Mid air collision 2Jun43 with a towed 
					target at the Municipal Airport, Philadelphia; Fort Dix Field, NJ; Accident 23Jun43 landing at 
					Fort Dix Field, NJ; 448th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Damaged 8Feb44 in collision with P-47D 42-74829 taxying at Dover; 134th Base Unit, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Mid air collision 25Aug44 with a towed target on the aerial gunnery range at Oscoda; 
					Reclaimed at Eglin, FL October 31, 1945
				6473	(MSN 579)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 10Mar43 when ground looped landing at Millville; 532nd FS, 83rd FG, 
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Force landed 16Feb44 with mechanical failure at Millville; 
					Mid air collision 21Mar44 with a towed target over Wildwood, NJ; 125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; 
					Mid air collision 11Aug44 with a towed target at Dover; Force landed 21Dec44 after bird strike 
					one mile S of Bower Beach, DE; to RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA June 3, 1945
				6474	(MSN 580)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Crashed 22Jan43 with structural failure near west gate at Langley; Pilot bailed out; 
					139th Base Unit, Shaw Field, SC; Accident 9May45 after engine failure taking off from Shaw, DBR
				6475	(MSN 581)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 19May43 after engine failure one mile N of Richmond; Pilot bailed out; 
					Aircraft surveyed at Richmond, VA May 23, 1943
				6476	(MSN 582)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Damaged 23Jan43 in collision with Culver Cadet NC32470 landing at Langley; The Cadet was 
					destroyed and its pilot killed; 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, 
					Philadelphia AAB, PA; Accident 8Aug43 taking off at Philadelphia; 537th FS, 
					87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 18Jan44 landing at Millville; 
					Reclaimed at Shaw Field, SC July 11, 1945
				6477	(MSN 583)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 24Mar43 landing at Baltimore; Force landed 20Apr43 in bad weather and destroyed 
					by fire at Greensburg Airport, PA; 69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, 
					Bedford Field, MA; Force landed 31Jul43 at Bedford
				6478	(MSN 584)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Damaged 3Apr43 in collision with an object at Baltimore; Surveyed at Baltimore April 30, 1943
				6479	(MSN 585)	Surveyed at Andrews, MD September 19, 1944
				6480	(MSN 586)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 18Mar43 landing at Baltimore; 130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 
					24May44 with mechanical failure near Norfolk; Surveyed at Langley May 25, 1944
				6481	(MSN 587)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crash landed 13May43 with undercarriage retracted after engine failure at Millville; 
					404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 2Oct43 taxying at Camp Springs; 125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; 
					crash landed 23Feb45 engine failure at Dover; To RFC, Bush Field, 
					Augusta, GA June 7, 1945
				6482	(MSN 588)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 1Mar43 into Chesapeake Bay off mouth of Middle River, MD; Pilot killed
				6483	(MSN 589)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 1Jun43 taxying at Richmond; 325th FS, Philadelphia Fighter Wing, 
					1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 24Oct43 landing at Millville; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 2, 1945
				6484	(MSN 590)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Exploded 4May43 and crashed near Pennsville, NJ.  There is an article in a 1997 issue of 'FlyPast' 
					magazine which says this aircraft crashed near Kenton, England Dec 2, 1943, but this article is incorrect. 
					The plane crashing at Kenton was actually 42-7874. 
				6485	(MSN 591)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 17Mar43 taxying at Millville; Redesignated TP-47C; 122nd Base Unit, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 10Jan45 taxying at Camp Springs; 122nd Base Unit, Andrews Field, MD; Accident 6Apr45 
					taxying at Andrews; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6486	(MSN 592)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 9Mar43 landing at Baltimore; 443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 30Oct43 engine failure near Smithfield, VA; Surveyed at Langley November 2, 1943
				6487	(MSN 593)	135th Base Unit, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 22Jun44 taking off at Millville; 
					Surveyed at Millville June 22, 1944
				6488	(MSN 594)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Forced landing 14Mar43 after engine failure 6 miles W of Atlantic City, NJ; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 5, 1945
				6489	(MSN 595)	404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Ground accident 6Dec43 and destroyed by fire at Camp Springs; Surveyed at Colorado Springs December 18, 1943
				6490	(MSN 596)	2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; Accident 3Feb43 when pilot failed 
					to unlock controls prior to take-off at Republic Field, Farmingdale 
				6491	(MSN 597)	350th FS, 363rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crash landed 27Feb43 with undercarriage retracted and with fuel starvation at Milford, DE; 
					365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; Accident 7May43 
					landing at Baltimore; 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 6Nov43 landing in collision with P-47D 42-74879 at Richmond;  To RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6492	(MSN 598)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 10Feb43 landing at Atlantic City Municipal Airport, NJ; 375th FS, 
					361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Crashed 29Jun43 in bad weather 
					5 miles NW of Saluda, VA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Langley July 2, 1943
				6493	(MSN 599)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 10Apr43 landing at Baltimore; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6494	(MSN 600)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Accident 30Jan44 taking off at Seymour Johnson; 123rd Base Unit, Seymour 
					Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 24Jul44 in collision with P-47G 42-25216 taxying at 
					Seymour Johnson; Surveyed at Seymour Johnson, NC July 26, 1944
				6495	(MSN 601)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 26Mar43 taxying at Millville; 324th FS, 327th FG, 
					1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 26Mar43 taking off at Richmond; Combat Crew 
					Training Squadron, 120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 26Sep44 and 
					crashed at Pemberton, VA; Reclaimed at Richmond, VA June 15, 1945
				6496	(MSN 602)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 6Apr43 when the engine caught fire at Germania, near Port Republic NJ; Pilot bailed out
				6497	(MSN 603)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 2Aug43 with mechanical failure at Millville; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ September 30, 1943
				6498	(MSN 604)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 27May43 in collision with P-47D 42-22297 landing at Richmond; 135th Base Unit, 
					Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 23Sep44 with a towed target and crashed 7 miles 
					offshore of Atlantic City aerial gunnery range, NJ; Pilot killed. The pilot was the number 
					three man of a flight of five aircraft on an aerial gunnery mission. On his fifth or sixth 
					pass at the target, his aircraft apparently hit the target cable and began a slow roll to the 
					right. The aircraft continued forward, rolled on its back and started a spiral to the right. 
					The aircraft crashed into the ocean and was never recovered. The aircraft crashed as the result 
					of hitting the ¼ inch cable and not the stabilizing bar. Reclaimed, Millville Field, NJ October 17, 1944. 
				6499	(MSN 605)	532nd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Accident 22Mar44 in collision with P-47D 42-8349 landing at Dover; To RFC, Altus, OK January 3, 1946
				6500	(MSN 606)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 24Mar43 after a mid air collision with P-47C 41-6501 S of Rock Hall, MD; Pilot killed; 
					Aircraft surveyed at Baltimore Municipal Airport April 3, 1943
				6501	(MSN 607)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 24Mar43 after a mid air collision with P-47C 41-6500 S of Rock Hall, MD; Pilot bailed out; 
					Aircraft surveyed at Baltimore Municipal Airport April 3, 1943
				6502	(MSN 608)	Reclaimed at Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL June 7, 1946
				6503	(MSN 609)	120th Base Unit, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 3Aug44 after mid air collision with P-47G 42-25143, 
					7 miles NE of Goochland, VA; Pilot bailed out; Surveyed at Richmond, VA August 8, 1944
				6504	(MSN 610)	Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 3Feb43 landing at Central Airport, CA; Condemned 
					at Richmond, VA February 16, 1943
				6505	(MSN 611)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 22Apr43 in collision with P-47D 42-22286 taxying at Langley; 325th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged by fire 15Jun43 at Richmond; 
					536th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 21Feb44 taxying at Millville; 5thFerrying Group; Love Field, Dallas, TX; 
					Crash landed 21Jun45 with engine failure 8 miles NW of Dallas, TX; Reclaimed at Love Field, TX July 2, 1945
				6506	(MSN 612)	125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Force landed 19Jun44 with engine failure at Dover; 
					S-1 Squadron, Damaged 20Dec44 by ‘friendly fire’ 5 miles E of Dover; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6507	(MSN 613)	533rd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crashed 15Mar44 near Wellville, VA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Colorado Springs March 18, 1944
				6508	(MSN 614)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 27Aug43 landing at Zephyrhills Field, FL; 532nd FS, 83rd FG,
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 8Apr44 with a towed target at Dover; 
					125th Base Unit, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision with a towed target 13May44 at Dover; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 16, 1945
				6509	(MSN 615)	Reclaimed at Love Field, TX July 2, 1945
				6510	(MSN 616)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 11Apr43 landing at Langley; 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, 
					Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Accident 11Aug43 taking off at Richmond AAB, VA; 120th Base Unit, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 17Jul44 mechanical failure at Highland Springs, VA; Surveyed July 20, 1944
				6511	(MSN 617)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 30Mar43 taxying at Philadelphia; 22nd FS, 
					36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; Accident 28Sep43 landing at Alamogordo; 
					496th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, 2nd AF, Hammond Field, LA; 
					Accident 18Jan44 taxying at Hammond; to RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 18, 1945
				6512	(MSN 618)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 7May43 in collision with RP-47C 41-6517 landing at Millville; 324th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 31Mar44 after the pilot lost 
					control near Oilville, VA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ April 1, 1944
				6513	(MSN 619)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 29Apr43 landing at Millville; 532nd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Dover Field, DE; Accident 12Mar44 taxying at Dover; To RFC, Altus, OK January 10, 1946
				6514	(MSN 620)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 23May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6526 landing at Millville; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ June 3, 1943
				6515	(MSN 621)	AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 21May43 at Orlando; 121st Base Unit, 
					Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Ground accident 19Jul44 at Bradley; Redesignated TP-47C; 
					Accident 29Dec44 landing in bad weather at Bradley; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 5, 1945
				6516	(MSN 622)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident taking off at Richmond 7Sep43; Surveyed at Richmond, NJ September 11, 1943
				6517	(MSN 623)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 7May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6512 landing at Millville; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 20, 1945
				6518	(MSN 624)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, 
					PA; Accident 15Apr43 in collision with P-47D 42-22332 taxying at Philadelphia; 
					132nd Base Unit, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 5Jun44 with mechanical failure at Suffolk County; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Suffolk June 6, 1944
				6519	(MSN 625)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Force landed 17Jun43 with engine failure in a field during a training mission near Hammonton, NJ;  Pilot escaped
					with minor injuries but aircraft DBR. 
				6520	(MSN 626)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 25Mar43 landing at Philadelphia; Surveyed at Millville AAF October 26, 1943
				6521	(MSN 627)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 10Apr43 after an in-flight explosion near Municipal Airport, Philadelphia
				6522	(MSN 628)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 7Jun43 taking off at Camp Springs; Surveyed at July 13, 1943
				6523	(MSN 629)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Crashed 27Apr43 when the pilot lost control at Millville AB, NJ.  Pilot killed.
				6524	(MSN 630)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 26May43 after engine failure taking off at Millville Field, NJ; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Force landed 16Dec43 when lost near Catlett, VA; 322nd FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 31Mar44 with P-47D 42-23119, 
					10 miles N of  Williamston, NC; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6525	(MSN 631)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Crashed 24Mar43 with engine failure at Philadelphia, PA; Combat Crew 
					Training Squadron, 122nd Base Unit, Redesignated TP-47C; Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 25Oct44 in 
					collision with AT-7C 43-33629 taxying at Camp Springs; Crash landed 2Mar45 with fuel starvation 
					9 miles SE of Washington, DC; Reclaimed at Andrews Field, DC September 6, 1945
				6526	(MSN 632)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 23May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6514 landing at Millville; 366th FS, 
					358th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 18Jun43 after engine 
					failure 5 miles S of Baltimore Field, MD; Surveyed at Camp Springs AAF, DC June 21, 1943
				6527	(MSN 633)	4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 1Mar43 landing at New Castle; 445th FS, 50th FG, Army Air 
					Forces School of Applied Tactics; Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 19Jul43 taking off at Orlando; 
					Surveyed at Orlando, FL July 20, 1943
				6528	(MSN 634)	351st FS [YJ-W], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Damaged 28Jun43 taxying at Goxhill; Raydon, Station 157; Battle damaged on a mission escorting
					B-17s to Schweinfurt, Germany 14Oct43; 375th FS [E2-I], 361st FG, 
					8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged 9Apr44 when the aircraft hit a tree after 
					diving to shoot at a Fw 190; 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Declared war weary; Damaged 2Apr45 on take-off at Le Culot; 
					Repaired and modified as a two-seat hack; Condemned January 6, 1946
				6529	(MSN 635)	336th FS [VF-M], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Hi! R.P.M." [named in honor of the pilot’s new son, Robert Paul Miller (RPM)]; "Eager Beaver" 
					[named to reflect the pilot's Pacific Northwest heritage] / "Miss Beth" (L), "Violet" (R); 
					506th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; 
					Crashed 13Apr44 after engine failure at Winkton, England; Pilot killed; During an early familiarisation 
					flight with a fully loaded P-47C, the pilot had to carry out an emergency return to the airfield, 
					having notified the field controller that he had a fuel leak and needing to land quickly. 
					The pilots at this time had relatively little experience of a flying the P-47 fully loaded; 
					aircraft at Myrtle Beach had had much of their armor removed and often the guns too. 
					Flying a P-47 with everything hanging, at slow speed and low level was difficult even 
					for a good pilot if they had little experience of the type. Add the pressure of an emergency return, 
					and the need probably to manouver by turning tight towards the airfield to avoid the village of 
					Winkton, and the pilot would have been under enormous pressure. Sadly the aircraft slipped 
					out of its tight turn and crashed into the field across the road from the Lamb Inn, only a few 
					yards from the airfield boundary and a couple of hundred yards from the runway; Condemned April 16, 1944
				6530	(MSN 636)	63rd FS [UN-J], 56th FG, 8th AF, King's Cliffe, Station 367; 
					"Windy"; 2908th Observation Training Squadron [VM-A], 2906th Observation Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 30Sep43 at Atcham; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-A], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Condemned 16Apr46
				6531	(MSN 637)	486th FS [PZ-K], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 
					"The Syracusan"; Headquarters Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 24Apr43 at Atcham; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-C], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 14Apr44 landing at Atcham; Salvaged May 26, 1945
				6532	(MSN 638)	84th FS [WZ-X; WZ-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Cali Kid"; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Declared war weary; Crashed 11Aug44 after abandoned due to explosion at Shelcott Farm, 
					Montford, England; Pilot bailed out; Condemned November 8, 1944
				6533	(MSN 639)	336th FS [VF-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-D], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, England, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 7Jun44 and destroyed by fire near Atcham; Condemned June 8, 1944
				6534	(MSN 640)	63rd FS [UN-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Vickie II"; 
					Shot down by a FW-190A-5 of JG 26/2 Stab at Forges-les-Eaux, SE of Neufchâtel-en-Bray, France June 26, 1943; 
					Pilot KIA; Condemned October 31, 1944
				6535	(MSN 641)	83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crash landed 15May43 after engine failure at Duxford; 82nd FS [MX-K; MX-I], 
					"Little Joe", artwork - two dice showing two 2's (Little Joe); Shot down 1Apr44 by flak near 
					Armentières, France; MACR 3526.  Pilot KIA
				6536	(MSN 642)	336th FS [VF-N], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Sand Man" (L) / "Cisco" (R); Damaged 11Jan44 during take-off at Debden when the right tire 
					blew out, the aircraft veered off the runway and the right landing gear collapsed; Pilot survived,
					aircraft condemned April 18, 1944
				6537	(MSN 643)	63rd FS [UN-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					Artwork - Squadron insignia under windshield; Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down 2Sep43 by Fw 190A-6 
					flown by unknown pilot and unit SW of Ghent, Belgium near Armentierres, France and crashed on fire 
					at Hazebrouck, France; MACR 468.  Pilot bailed out at 22,000ft and taken POW; Condemned September 7, 1943
				6538	(MSN 644)	334th FS [QP-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Wela Kahao!" [Hawaiian for 'strike while the iron is hot']; Crash landed 14Apr43 after engine 
					failure at RAF Langham, Norfolk; 351st FS [YJ-B], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Flak Bait";  552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-Q], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Force landed 1Mar44 with fuel 
					starvation at Aston Farm, near Wellington, Salop; Crashed 14Mar44 on take-off at RAF Wrexham; 
					Accident 9Jun44 in collision after landing with parked P-47D 42-75129 at Atcham; [DQ-K]; 
					Force landed 4Jul44 after engine failure near RAF Wheaton Aston, the pilot attempted an emergency 
					landing at the RAF airfield but undershot the runway and rolled across a meadow killing two cows 
					before ending up in the Shropshire Union Canal; Pilot unhurt, aircraft condemned July 7, 1944 
				6539	(MSN 645)	336th FS [VF-F], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Arizona Pete"; Damaged 28Jun43 in collision with P-47C 41-6573 taxying at Warmwell, Dorset; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Scrapped October 25, 1946
				6540	(MSN 646)	83rd FS [HL-S; HL-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Skonk Hunter"; Crashed 30Dec43 with fuel starvation in the English Channel 15 miles N of Dieppe, France; 
					MACR 1862.  Pilot bailed out and entered his dinghy but was not found by air-sea rescue in poor visibility.
				6541	(MSN 647)	336th FS [VF-A], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, England, Station 356; 
					Force landed 7Jan44 engine failure at Debden; [VF-G]; 
				6542	(MSN 648)	82nd FS [MX-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Iron Ass"; "Peter Rabbit"; Shot down 30Jul43 by Fw 190A and crashed into North Sea; 
					Pilot bailed out and rescued by ASR
				6543	(MSN 649)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 21Jul43 with a towed target on Moriches Gun Range, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out;
				6544	(MSN 650)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crashed 20Jul43 engine failure at Hillsgrove Field; 538th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 18Jan44 with P-47D 42-22377 
					at Navassa, NC; Reclaimed at Bluethenthal, NC July 6, 1945
				6545	(MSN 651)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 4Jun43 with P-47D 42-8462, 3 miles E of Farmingdale; Pilot killed; 
					To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 8, 1945
				6546	(MSN 652)	Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 22Apr43 when failed to pull out of 
					a high speed dive and crashed near Farmingdale, Long Island; Pilot killed
				6547	(MSN 653)	Reclaimed at Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL October 31, 1945
				6548	(MSN 654)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 11Mar43 landing with undercarriage retracted at Farmingdale; 
					497th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 84th Fighter-Bomber Group, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Force landed 4Dec43 engine failure at Harding Field; Surveyed at Westover AAF, MA December 7, 1943
				6549	(MSN 655)	261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Mid air collision 16Aug44 with P-47D 
					42-23259, 2 miles NW of Oplin, TX; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Abilene AF, TX August 18, 1944
				6550	(MSN 656)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Accident 10Jul43 when ground looped landing at Suffolk County Field, NY; 
					Crash landed 16Jul43 after engine failure near Suffolk County Field, NY; 123rd Base Unit, Seymour 
					Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 29Jan45 in collision with P-47D 42-22564 on the 
					ground at Seymour Johnson; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6551	(MSN 657)	Surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY November 18, 1943
				6552	(MSN 658)	310th FS, 58th FG,  Boston Fighter Wing, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Crashed 29May43 when the pilot lost control at Hillsgrove Field; Pilot killed; 
					Surveyed at Westover AAF, MA June 2, 1943
				6553	(MSN 659)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 21Mar43 with P-47C 41-6569 at Mitchel Field; Pilot bailed 
					out but was killed; Surveyed at Bradley Field, CT March 24, 1943
				6554	(MSN 660)	69th FS, 58th FG,  New York Fighter Wing, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 10May43 with engine failure at Bedford; DBR
				6555	(MSN 661)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 30Mar43 at Saybrook, CT; Pilot killed
				6556	(MSN 662)	121st Base Unit, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 23Apr44 by mechanical 
					failure taxying at Bradley; Crashed 4Jul44 at Hotchkiss Grove near Brandford, CT; Pilot killed; 
					Surveyed at Bradley Field, CT July 5, 1944
				6557	(MSN 663)	Reclaimed at Richmond AAB, VA June 29, 1945
				6558	(MSN 664)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed into Long Island Sound off Groton Long Point 19Sep43 after the pilot lost control ; Pilot bailed out
				6559	(MSN 665)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Damaged 21Jul43 in collision with P-47C 41-6280 taxying at Hillsgrove Field; 485th FS, 
					370th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crash landed 17Oct43 
					with engine failure at Westover; 401st FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, 
					Groton Field, CT; Force landed 2Jan44 with engine failure at Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Forced landing 14May44 
					with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal; Surveyed May 15, 1944
				6560	(MSN 666)	130th Base Unit, Norfolk Field, VA; Crash landed 19Mar45 with mechanical failure at Langley, VA.
				6561	(MSN 667)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 18May43 with P-47C 41-6636 at Fort Michie, Great Gull Island, NY; 
					Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6562	(MSN 668)	Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Damaged 28Sep42 landing at Eglin; 340th FS, 
					348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Crashed 4Apr43 when the pilot 
					lost control at New Bedford, MA; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Westover Field, MA April 5, 1943
				6563	(MSN 669)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; 
					Mid air collision 11Jun43 with P-47D 42-8253 over Fire Island gunnery range, MA; To RFC, Ontario, CA June 4, 1945
				6564	(MSN 670)	69th FS [469], 58th FG, 1st AF, "City of Hartford"; 
					Bedford Field, MA; Forced landing 14Jun43 with engine failure at Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 23Dec43 landing at Stewart Field, Newburgh, NY; 437th Air Base Squadron, 1st AF, 
					Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 24Mar44 by structural failure at 
					Suffolk; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 132nd Base Unit, Damaged 13Oct44 by bird strike 
					2 miles SW of Montauk Point, Long Island, NY; Reclaimed at Mitchel Field, NY July 14, 1945
				6565	(MSN 671)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Destroyed by fire 10May43 in  a ground accident at Mitchel Field; 
					Surveyed at Mitchel Field, NY May 16, 1943
				6566	(MSN 672)	34th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Missing 27Apr43 New York State; Pilot MIA
				6567	(MSN 673)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Damaged 27Feb43 taxying at Mitchel Field; 22nd FS, 
					36th FG, 2ndScribner AAB, NB; Accident 5Dec43 landing at Scribner; 
					265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Accident 2May44 when ground looped 
					taking off at Pocatello; Surveyed at Pocatello AAB, ID June 17, 1944
				6568	(MSN 674)	124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Forced landing 
					24Jun44 with engine failure 3 miles E of Bluethenthal; Surveyed June 25, 1944
				6569	(MSN 675)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 21Mar43 with P-47C 41-6553 at Mitchel Field; 
					Pilot bailed out; Condemned at Mitchel Field, NY March 24, 1943
				6570	(MSN 676)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Crashed 12Sep43 with engine failure and fire at Montauk Point, Long Island, NY; Surveyed 
					at Mitchel Field, NY September 30, 1943
				6571	(MSN 677)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Accident 7Jun43 landing at Bedford; Accident 14Jun43 landing at Bedford; 336th Fighter 
					Squadron [VF-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"The Earl" - artwork of a top hat, walking cane and gloves
				6572	(MSN 678)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Accident 29Mar43 landing at Bedford
				6573	(MSN 679)	336th FS [VF-S], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Artwork featuring a cartoon image of a smoking standing penguin wearing a dinner-suit, a flying 
					helmet and a holstered pistol over its left shoulder in front of a blue disc; 
					"B.E.V.O.A.P.A.B.M." ['Bird's Eye View Of A Pig's Arse By Moonlight'] - artwork of a pig entering 
					a hutch; Damaged 28Jun43 in collision with P-47C 41-6539 taxying at RAF Warmwell, Dorset, England, 
					Station 454; Condemned September 20, 1945
				6574	(MSN 680)	83rd FS [HL-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					336th FS [VF-G], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Miss San Carlos"; [VF-J]; Condemned May 13, 1944
				6575	(MSN 681)	336th FS [VF-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"Doreen III" / artwork of a boxing eagle on right cowling; 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Declared war weary; used as a hack; "Old Man"; Condemned September 29, 1945
				6576	(MSN 682)	334th FS [QP-J], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					"The Deacon", artwork - cartoon image of a preacher dressed in black wearing two holstered pistols, 
					with a bible in his left hand and a playing card in his right sleeve, with a halo above his black hat; 
					Crashed into English Channel S of Isle of Wight with engine failure June 15, 1943; Pilot bailed out and rescued; 
					Condemned October 31, 1944
				6577	(MSN 683)	1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 25Aug43 landing at RAF Warton, Lancashire, England; Salvaged May 17, 1945
				6578	(MSN 684)	335th FS [WD-N], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Force landed 7Aug43 after engine failure near Great Chesterford; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-K], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Shropshire, England, Station 342; Accident 
					landing 23Apr44 at Atcham; Declared war weary; Accident 5Sep44 landing at Atcham; Accident 26Sep44 landing at 
					Atcham; Accident 15Oct44 at Atcham; Condemned July 17, 1945
				6579	(MSN 685)	336th FS [VF-L], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Artwork - "Donald Duck" cartoon figure on port side engine cowling; "Spike" on left side below canopy; 
					[VF-H], Crashed 22Sep43 on take-off after engine failure at Debden; DBR
				6580	(MSN 686)	84th FS [WZ-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					361st FS [QI-P], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					Condemned June 26, 1944; Declared war weary; Used as station hack
				6581	(MSN 687)	83rd FS [HL-Q], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Western New Yorker"; Shot up 5Jan44 during combat with Fw 190A-6 fighters of JG 2 and crashed 
					Tinchebray, 12km W of Flers, France; MACR 1740.  Pilot killed
				6582	(MSN 688)	335th FS [WD-A], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; 
					Accident 22May44 landing at High Halden; Condemned October 27, 1945
				6583	(MSN 689)	61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Accident 25Jul43 landing at Halesworth; 351st FS [YJ-K], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Alyce"; The aircraft was despatched with others from 
					the 353rd FG to provide escort to the B-17 formations of 3rd Bomb Division attacking at 
					Gelsenkirchen, Germany; Shot down 5Nov43 with combat damage by Fw 190A of JG 1/I at Volkerak 
					near Willemstad, over the Zuider Zee, Netherlands; Pilot bailed out & taken POW; Wreckage recovered 1973
				6584	(MSN 690)	63rd FS [UN-A], 56th FG, 8th AF; [UN-E], "Holy Joe", 
					artwork - Skull & crossbones flag; Force landed 1Dec43; Condemned December 5, 1943
				6585	(MSN 691)	351st FS [YJ-N], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Metfield, Station 366; Crash landed 7Sep43 near Westleton, Southwold when it ran with fuel 
					starvation returning from a mission escorting B-17s in the attack on the German airfield at 
					Brussels, Belgium; Repaired;  552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-O], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 15Feb44 in collision with P-47C 41-6381 taxying 
					at Atcham; repaired.  Mid air collision 3Apr44 with RAF Miles Master serial DL477 at Eyton-On-Severn near Shrewsbury.
					RAF record card for Master DL477 states aircraft crashed at Syton-on-Severn, England Apr 3, 1944 after colliding with this P-47. 
				6586	(MSN 692)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Crashed 24Jul43 at Wooton, near Goxhill, LIncolnshire; Pilot killed. This aircraft took off as the 
					lead aircraft of a pair for high-altitude formation training work. Having completed the 
					exercises at 29,000 feet, the pilot led his wingman in a steep dive through cloud heading 
					for home. The wingman pulled out of the dive at 18,000 feet as he had a problem with his 
					ears blocking. This aircraft continued its dive and crashed into the ground with no attempt 
					made to pull out of the dive. The accident board concluded that the pilot lost consciousness 
					in the dive and was killed in the crash. Condemned July 24, 1943.
				6587	(MSN 693)	334th FS [QP-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					The aircraft took off from Halesworth as a more forward location and was despatched with other 
					fighters from 4th FG to provide escort to B-17s attacking at Wilhelmshaven. The flight was 
					attacked by German fighters at the Dutch coast; [QP-M], Shot down 3Nov43 by Fhj Fw. Hans Frese 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/4 at Oosterland, W of Den Oever, Netherlands; MACR 1049 and 4139.  Pilot killed
				6588	(MSN 694)	Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, 
					Baton Rouge, LA; Force landed 10Mar44 with engine failure close to Harding Field; 
					Reclaimed at Harding Field , Baton Rouge, LA June 15, 1945
				6589	(MSN 695)	9th Reconnaissance Squadron, 59th Reconnaissance Group, 3rd AF, 
					Thomasville Field, GA; Crashed 3Jun43 after engine failure near Thomasville
				6590	(MSN 696)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 14Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; Crashed 15Apr43 after engine 
					failure into Lake Bradford, Tallahassee, FL; Pilot bailed out
				6591	(MSN 697)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 23Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; 403rd FS, 
					332nd FG, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Force landed 31Jul43 with 
					mechanical failure at Selfridge; To RFC, Ontario, CA March 26, 1945
				6592	(MSN 698)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 8Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 18, 1945
				6593	(MSN 699)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 9Jul43 after engine failure taking off at Dale Mabry; 305th Ferrying Squadron, 
					4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Damaged 29May44 in collision with UC-78 
					42-62461 taxying at Fairfax Field, Kansas City, KS; Reclaimed at Hill Field, UT May 29, 1945
				6594	(MSN 700)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Damaged 14Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8363 taxying at Perry; 499th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Harris Neck Auxiliary Field, Warsaw, GA; 
					Crash landed 20Oct43 with engine failure 2 miles S of Harris Neck Auxiliary Field; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at Perry Field, FL October 27, 1943
				6595	(MSN 701)	12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Forced landing 30Mar43 at Philadelphia Airport, PA; 501st Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Waycross Field, GA; Force landed 21Mar44 with 
					mechanical failure at Waycross; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Wendover Field, MA August 26, 1944
				6596	(MSN 702)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 1Mar43 taxying at Dale Mabry; 499th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 
					85th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Harris Neck Auxiliary Field, Warsaw, GA; 
					Accident 25Oct43 after engine failure taking off at Harris Neck; 216th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Damaged 8Jul44 in collision with parked P-47B 41-6027 
					at Wendover; Reclaimed at Hill, UT May 7, 1945
				6597	(MSN 703)	[M87]; 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Forced landing 27Aug44 
					with engine and mechanical failure at Pocatello; 266th Base Unit, Majors Field, TX; 
					Crashed 26Mar45 when the pilot lost control 10 miles S of Greenville, TX; Pilot bailed out; 
					Surveyed at Majors AAF, TX March 26, 1944
				6598	(MSN 704)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 14Mar43 landing at Dale Mabry; 42nd FS, 
					54th FG, 3rd AF, Hillsborough Auxiliary Field, Tampa, FL; Force landed 
					20Aug43 with mechanical failure at Hillsborough; Surveyed at Hisslboro AAF, FL September 2, 1943
				6599	(MSN 705)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 25Apr43 with fuel starvation 3 miles N of Sumatra, FL; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Goldsboro Field, NC May 12, 1943
				6600	(MSN 706)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 17Jun43 into Gulf of Mexico near Cedar Keys, FL; Surveyed at Tallahassee June 23, 1943
				6601	(MSN 707)	To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR September 28, 1945
				6602	(MSN 708)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 4Apr43 landing at Dale Mabry; 13th FS, 
					53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Accident 11Oct43 landing at Venice; 
					To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6603	(MSN 709)	265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 16Aug44 with engine 
					failure 4 miles NW of American Falls, ID; 13th FS, 53rd FG, 
					3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Force landed 11Oct43 engine failure 15 miles SE of LaBelle, FL; 
					Reclaimed at Pocatello, ID December 16, 1944
				6604	(MSN 710)	265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Crashed 21Sep44 attempting a 
					forced landing 11 miles W of Blackfoot, ID; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Pocatello AAF September 21, 1944
				6605	(MSN 711)	Reclaimed at Hill Field, Ogden, UT May 29, 1945
				6606	(MSN 712)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 22Mar43 taxying at Dale Mabry; Damaged 31Mar43 while parked in 
					collision by P-40K 42-10378 taxying at Dale Mabry; 42nd FS, 54th FG, 
					3rd AF, Hillsborough Auxiliary Field, Tampa, FL; Force landed 22Dec43 engine 
					failure 10 miles W of Zephyrhills, FL; Surveyed at Hillsboro AAF, FL December 24, 1943
				6607	(MSN 713)	859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; Damaged 19Apr44 landing at 
					Matagorda; 2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 17Aug44 when nosed over landing at Matagorda; To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6608	(MSN 714)	123rd Base Unit, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 27Sep44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-8160 taxying at Seymour Johnson; RFC, Kirtland Field, 
					Albuquerque, NM July 3, 1945
				6609	(MSN 715)	Surveyed at Venice Field, FL October 20, 1943
				6610	(MSN 716)	4th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 2Mar43 landing at Baltimore, MD; 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Destroyed by fire 17Aug44 on the ground at Pocatello
				6611	(MSN 717)	441st FS, 338th FG, 1st AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Crashed 17Jun43 2 miles E of Lighthouse Point, FL; Pilot bailed out.  Also listed as being surveyed at
					Tallahassee Jun 11, 1943.
				6612	(MSN 718) to RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 17, 1945
				6613	(MSN 719)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 22Mar43 in collision with P-40K 42-10377 taxying at Dale Mabry; 
					Accident 31May43 landing at Dale Mabry; To RFC, Walnut Ridge Field, AR November 7, 1945
				6614	(MSN 720)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Accident 24Jun43 landing at Dale Mabry; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					266th Base Unit, Majors Field, TX; Accident 16Mar45 when ground looped landing at Majors, TX; 
					Reclaimed at Majors Field, TX June 3, 1946
				6615	(MSN 721)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Damaged 8May43 by an explosion on maintenance at Dale Mabry; 
					306th FS, Destroyed 25Aug43 in collision with P-47D 42-8358 taxying 
					at Dale Mabry; Surveyed at Dale Mabry AF September 6, 1943
				6616	(MSN 722)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, 
					Tallahassee, FL; Crashed 8May43 with fuel starvation 4 miles NE of Monticello, FL; 
				6617	(MSN 723)	13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; 
					Destroyed 22Nov43 when force landed with engine failure on the Venice Bombing Range; 
					Surveyed at Venice AAF, FLDecember 4, 1943
				6618	(MSN 724)	82nd FS [MX-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Hun Ram-Er" / "Mackie" [Mackie named for the pilot’s wife, Maxine]; 44thBomb Group, 8th AF, 
					RAF Shipdham, Norfolk, England, Station 115; Crash landed 7Apr44 at Wendling, Station 118; 14th Combat Bomber Wing, 
					8th AF, Shipdham, Station 115; Damaged 8Sep44 taxying at Shipdham; Declared war weary; 
					Destroyed 25Oct44 landing at Shipdham; Surveyed October 22, 1945
				6619	(MSN 725)	551st Fighter Training Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crash landed 20Oct43 near Baschurch, Shrewsbury; 
				6620	(MSN 726)	61st FS [HV-H], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Powers Girl" [pilot: 
					Joseph L. Powers Jr]; Crash landed 26Jun43 wheels up at RAF Hawkinge with hydraulic failure 
					caused by battle damage by Fw 190 over France; 1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 27Sep43 landing at Warton, Station 582; 552nd 
					Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Exploded and crashed 11Apr44 at Gerwyn Farm, Eynton, England; Pilot killed; Salvaged April 12, 1944
				6621	(MSN 727)	335th FS [WD-R], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Declared war weary; Modified as a two-seat hack; HQ Squadron, 366th FG, 9th AF, 
					Asch [Y-29], Belgium; Accident 13Feb45 with engine failure on take-off at Langford Lodge, 
					Northern Ireland, Station 597; Salvaged April 18, 1945
				6622	(MSN 728)	83rd FS [HL-L], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					63rd FS [UN-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Damaged 16Aug43 at Halesworth when a burst tyre on take-off caused the belly fuel tank to 
					catch fire; Condemned August 22, 1943
				6623	(MSN 729)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6624	(MSN 730)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6625	(MSN 731)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6626	(MSN 732)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6627	(MSN 733)	551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Crashed 7May44 near Broseley, Ironbridge; Pilot killed; Condemned May 7, 1944
				6628	(MSN 734)	83rd FS [HL-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Force landed 30Jul43 with engine failure at RAF West Wickham; Crash landed 10Jan44 at Wattisham, 
					Station 470; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-M], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Accident 21Apr44 landing at Atcham; Accident 21May44 landing at Atcham. 
					On 3Oct44 the pilot was flying in formation with 3 other P-47s from RAF Atcham near Shrewsbury, 
					when he lost control and nose dived into the ground at Thorncliffe near Leek, Staffordshire. 
					The flight was to practice battle formation flying, and in close formation the three pilots 
					copied the leader. However the four Thunderbolts entered dense cloud and upon losing visual 
					contact with the aircraft he was formated on, the pilot appears to have become disoriented 
					in the cloud and lost control, putting the P-47 into a dive from which he could not recover. 
					The pilot tried to bail out, the canopy being found some distance away, but the forces upon him 
					prevented escape, and the Thunderbolt buried itself so deeply into the soft ground that recovery 
					was impossible, and his body remains there today with the wreck of his aircraft. Aircraft 
					condemned November 30, 1944
				6629	(MSN 735)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6630	(MSN 736)	84th FS [WZ-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Spokane Chief" [named after pilot’s Hometown]; 82nd FS [MX-O], Condemned September 20, 1945
				6631	(MSN 737)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6632	(MSN 738)	Condemned March 24, 1943
				6633	(MSN 739)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Damaged 28Nov43 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County; 
					121st Base Unit; Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Force landed 4May44 with engine failure 
					short of the runway at Bradley; Surveyed September 27, 1944
				6634	(MSN 740)	341st FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Mid air collision 12Apr43 with P-47C 41-6174 and crashed offshore into 
					Narragansett Bay, near Apponaug, RI; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6635	(MSN 741)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, 
					Providence, RI; Accident 25Aug43 landing at Suffolk County; 325th FS, 
					327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 30Dec43 taxying at Millville, NJ; 
					537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 6Mar44 with a towed target over Atlantic City Gunnery Range, NJ; Surveyed August 3, 1944
				6636	(MSN 742)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Mid air collision 18May43 with P-47C 41-6561 at Fort Michie, Great Gull Island, NY; Pilot bailed out
				6637	(MSN 743)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 8Jun43 on fire 5 miles S of Bedford; Pilot bailed out
				6638	(MSN 744)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Accident 21Mar43 landing wheels up at Bedford; 368th FS, 359th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6160 
					taxying at Grenier; Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crashed 19Jul43 5 miles 
					NE of Farmingdale; Surveyed July 28, 1943
				6639	(MSN 745)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, 
					Manchester, NH; Crashed 2May43 with mechanical failure 25 miles NE of Grenier; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6640	(MSN 746) to RFC, Altus Field, OK October 9, 1945
				6641	(MSN 747)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Mid air collision 7Mar43 with P-47C 41-6444 near Andover, MA; Redesignated RP-47C; 
					321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 22Mar44 landing at Seymour Johnson; Surveyed May 17, 1944
				6642	(MSN 748)	49th Air Base Squadron, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Damaged 24Feb44 in collision with P-47D 43-25363 taxying at Harding; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 
					263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Mid air collision 16Jul44 
					with P-47D 42-74894 near Gulfport, MS; to RFC, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA January 23, 1945
				6643	(MSN 749)	370th FS [45x], 359th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					"City of Cleveland"; Crashed 14May43 after engine failure near Topsfield, MA; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				6644	(MSN 750)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 31May43 landing at Groton; Surveyed March 31, 1944 at Eglin Field, FL
				6645	(MSN 751)	124th Base Unit, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Force landed 30May44 with 
					engine failure one mile E of Midway, NC; Surveyed at Westover AAF, MA May 31, 1944
				6646	(MSN 752)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; 
					Crashed 1Mar43 into Boston Harbor off NAB Squantum, MA; Pilot killed.  Also listed as wrecked at Bedford AAF, MA
					Mar 5, 1943.
				6647	(MSN 753)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 14Jun43 landing with mechanical failure at Millville; Surveyed at Fort Dix Field, NJ March 7, 1944
				6648	(MSN 754)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Redesignated RP-47C; Mid air collision 18May43 with RP-47C 41-6453 at Millville; 135th Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crash landed 1Jun44 with engine failure 6 miles from Wood County Airport, OH
					Also listed as to CL-26 at Lockbourne AAF, OH Apr 13, 1944.
				6649	(MSN 755)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 1Jul43 landing with mechanical failure at Millville; To RFC, McKellar Field, Jackson, TN September 18, 1945
				6650	(MSN 756)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Destroyed 28Apr43 landing at Baltimore.  Also listed as wrecked at Bolling Field, WA May 3, 1943.
				6651	(MSN 757)	537th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 20Apr44 landing with mechanical fault at Millville; RFC, 
					Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 5, 1945
				6652	(MSN 758)	323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 5Apr43 landing at Richmond; Crashed 7Jun43 with fuel starvation at Richmond; To CL-26 
					ground instructional airframe at Republic Aircraft, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY
				6653	(MSN 759)	358th FS [49], 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia 
					Municipal Airport, PA; "Ruth"; Redesignated RP-47C; Accident 15Apr43 landing wheels up after 
					engine failure 2 miles N of Landisville, NJ; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 122nd Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 29Apr44 at Camp Springs; Crashed 16Sep44 into 
					Chesapeake Bay, E of Bay Ridge, MD; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Peterson Field, CO September 18, 1944
				6654	(MSN 760)	To RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM July 17, 1945
				6655	(MSN 761)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 24Feb44 in collision with parked P-47D 42-8360 taxying at Norfolk, VA; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 2Feb45 with a 
					towed target 45 miles NE of Norfolk, VA; To RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA April 16, 1945
				6656	(MSN 762) to RFC, Kirtland Field, Albuquerque, NM June 20, 1945
				6657	(MSN 763)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Destroyed 6Jun43 with mechanical failure taking off at Millville; Stored at Hill Field, UT June 12, 1946
				6658	(MSN 764)	Reclaimed at Fort Sumner Field, NM March 13, 1946
				6659	(MSN 765)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 13Apr43 landing wheels up at Langley; Millville Field, NJ; Accident 13May43 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Millville; 325th FS, 337th FG, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 26Jun43 taxying at Richmond; Accident 1Jul43 landing with mechanical 
					fault at Richmond; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Dover Field, DE March 2, 1944; Reclaimed April 9, 1946
				6660	(MSN 766)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 17Nov43 with engine failure short of the runway at Millville; Surveyed at Richmond AB, VA
					November 30, 1943
				6661	(MSN 767)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Maintenance accident 12Jun43 with P-47D 42-22263 at Millville; 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Blackstone Field, VA; Force landed 8May44 with engine failure at Blackstone; 
					Surveyed at McClellan AF, CA May 11, 1944
				6662	(MSN 768)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal 
					Airport, PA; Crashed 8Jul43 after engine failure near Oakford, PA; To CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Fort Dix Field, NJ July 10, 1943
				6663	(MSN 769)	22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; 
					Damaged 7Dec43 by bird strike at Scribner; To RFC, Ponca City Airport, OK June 13, 1945
				6664	(MSN 770)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed after engine failure just short of NAAS Woodbine, NJ June 5, 1943. The pilot was 
					trying to make an emergency landing, but couldn’t make the field. He saw a house in his path, 
					turned to the right, tore a wing off on a tree, and stopped in a plowed field. To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at Fort Dix Field, NJ June 9, 1943
				6665	(MSN 771)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47D 42-22279 landing at Langley; 535th FS, 
					87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 24Mar44 after engine failure 
					4 miles E of Shadyside, MD; Pilot bailed out but was killed; Surveyed at Langley Field, VA April 5, 1944
				6666	(MSN 772)	367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 10Mar43 at Richmond; TO CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 27, 1943
				6667	(MSN 773)	to RFC, Bush Field, Augusta, GA May 5, 1945
41-6668/6721		Republic P-43 Lancer
				6668	515th Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; Accident 19Oct42 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Foster Field; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe January 5, 1943
				6669	62nd Air Base Squadron, Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX; Damaged 5Oct42 when nosed over taxying 
					at Sheppard Field; Reclaimed at Buckley Field, Aurora, CO December 5, 1944
				6670	Reclaimed at Gulfport Field, MS March 27, 1945
				6671	6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; Destroyed 15Jun42 when ground 
					looped landing at Hensley Field, Grand Prairie, TX
				6672	107th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Destroyed 
					24Mar42 when ground looped landing at Esler Field
				6673	122nd Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Accident 17Mar42 
					when ground looped taking off at Daniel Field; Reclaimed at Buckley Field, Aurora, CO December 2, 1944
				6674	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Accident 10Sep42 when ground looped with mechanical 
					failure landing at Jacksonville, FL; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Orlando AAB, FL October 1, 1942
				6675	HQ Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 17Jun41 landing at Cherry Fork, OH; To 
					CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Ohio Institute of Aeronautics, Columbus, OH February 26, 1942
				6676	38th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 22Oct41 landing at Portland; 
					77th FS, 20th FG, 3rd AF, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 18Jul42 when ground looped with 
					mechanical failure landing at Spartanburg; 22nd Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 74th Tactical 
					Reconnaissance Group, Camp Campbell, Hopkinsville, KY; Accident 15Dec43 when nosed over landing at 
					Campbell Field; Reclaimed at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX August 22, 1945
				6677	38th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Paine Field, Everett, WA; Destroyed 10Feb42 when stalled 
					force landing at McChord Field, Tacoma, WA; Pilot killed
				6678	54th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Paine Field, Everett, WA; Damaged 20Aug41 while parked 
					in collision by Stearman PT-17 41-8060 taxying at McChord Field, WA; 54th Pursuit Squadron, 
					55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 17Nov41 when ground looped taking off at Portland AAB; 
					Reclaimed October 26, 1944
				6679	Portland AAB, OR, Damaged 20Jun41 when ground looped at Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY; Sub-Depot, 
					Lowry Field, Denver, CO; Accident 15May42 when ground looped landing at Lowry Field; 513th Flexible 
					Gunnery Training Squadron, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; Accident 10Nov42 when ground looped landing 
					at Foster Field; Damaged 23Nov42 in collision with North American AT-6A 41-167 taxying at Foster; 
					Reclaimed at Gulfport Field, MS March 27, 1945
				6680	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Destroyed 19Sep42 after the engine failed taking off 
					and crashed into a swamp at the end of the runway at Drew Field
				6681	54th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Damaged 7Jul41 when ground looped 
					at Portland; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Sheppard Field, TX March 18, 1943
				6682	54th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 26Aug41 landing at Portland; 
					Sub-Depot, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 8May42 when ground looped taking off at Portland AAB; 
					Reclaimed at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX August 22, 1945
				6683	38th Pursuit Squadron, 55th Pursuit Group, Portland AAB, OR, Accident 14Jul41 landing at Portland; 
					Accident 24Jul41 taking off at Portland; CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Kelly Field, 
					San Antonio, TX March 18, 1943
				6684	109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Accident 17Jun42 
					when ground looped landing at Esler Field; Condemned at Esler Field February 10, 1943
				6685	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43D; 5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD; Shipped to 
					Australia 9Jul42, arrived 15Aug42; Used for appraisal of type; Royal Australian AF as 
					serial A56-8; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 10Nov42; No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance 
					Unit, Coomalie Creek, NT, 11Dec42; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 12May43; Stored 25Jun43; 
					Special Duties and Performance Flight, Laverton, VIC, Jul 14, 1943.  Back to  5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD, 
					18Jul43; Salvaged
				6686	55th FS, 20th FG, 3rd AF, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 17Jul42 landing at Morris Field; 
					Surveyed January 1, 1943
				6687	109th Observation Squadron, 67th Observation Group, Esler Field, Alexandria, LA; Accident 1Apr42 
					when ground looped landing at Duncan Field, San Antonio, TX; March Field, Riverside, CA; To CL-26 
					ground instructional airframe July 14, 1942; Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43D; 
					24th Observation Squadron (later renmed 33rd PRS), 76th Observation Group, Vichy Field, MO; 
					Mid air collision 27Mar43 with an object at Vichy Field; Pilot killed
				6688	154th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Daniel Field, Augusta, GA; Crashed 28Apr42 
					after losing control 4 miles NW of Lawson Field, GA; Pilot killed
				6689	48th Pursuit Squadron, 14th Pursuit Group, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA; NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					Accident 1Mar42 when ground looped landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA
				6690	154th Observation Squadron, 68th Observation Group, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 28Aug42 
					when ground looped landing at Morris Field; Reclaimed at McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA March 27, 1945
				6691	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Accident 15Sep42 taking off at Drew Field; Moore Field, Mission, TX; 
					Force landed 21Jan43 with mechanical failure and destroyed at Moore Field
				6692	Accepted by USAAF 23Jul41; 71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Force landed 13Sep41 with fuel exhaustion near Crockett, TX; Modified for photo-reconnaissance 2Jun42, 
					redesignated P-43D; Royal Australian AF as serial A56-1; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 31Aug42; 
					No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 14Sep42; Damaged 25Mar43 in collision with parked 
					Avro Anson AW963; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 30Mar43; Stored 12May43; 5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD; 
					27Aug43; Returned to USA 4Apr44; Desert Center, CA; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Desert Center AAF,
					CA April 13, 1944; 
					Surveyed 5Sep44
				6693	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 10Jan42 when ground looped taking off at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 15, 1942
				6694	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 26Nov41 
					landing with mechanical failure at Spartanburg Municipal Airport, SC; Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Biloxi, MS April 3, 1942
				6695	Modified for photo-reconnaissance, designated P-43D; Desert Center, CA; CL-26 ground instructional 
					airframe at Desert Center AAF, CA April 13, 1944
				6696	48th Pursuit Squadron, 14th Pursuit Group, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA; NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					Destroyed 12Feb42 when nosed over landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; Surveyed August 31, 1942
				6697	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 2Jan42 when ground looped taking off at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe March 15, 1942
				6698	94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 11Aug41 when 
					ground looped landing at Selfridge Field; Sheppard Field, Wichita Falls, TX; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe September 20, 1943
				6699	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 22Oct41 
					landing at Savannah AAB, GA; Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL; Condemned February 23, 1942
				6700	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Crashed 28Dec41 into the Pacific Ocean off NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; Pilot killed
				6701	94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Force landed 16Nov41 
					with fuel exhaustion and destroyed at Conyers, GA; Surveyed April 19, 1942
				6702	48th Pursuit Squadron, 14th Pursuit Group, Hamilton Field, Novato, CA; Force landed 16Mar42 
					after engine failure at Newport Beach, CA; 6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach 
					Field, CA; Accident 27May42 when nosed over landing at Tucson Municipal Airport, AZ; Lincoln Field, NB; 
					To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Lincoln Field, NB August 13, 1942
				6703	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 31Jan42 when ground looped landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					6th Ferrying Group, AF Ferrying Command, Long Beach Field, CA; Accident 27May42 when nosed over 
					landing at Tucson Municipal Airport, AZ; Moore Field, Mission, TX; Damaged 26Jan43 taxying at 
					Moore Field, TX; Lincoln Field, NB; Reclaimed at Lincoln Field September 5, 1944
				6704	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 11Nov41 
					when ground looped landing at Spartanburg, SC; Surveyed April 9, 1942
				6705	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 10Sep41 
					when ground looped landing at Esler Field, LA; Surveyed December 17, 1942
				6706	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Force landed 
					27Oct41 after engine failure 10 miles NW of Savannah AAB, GA; 98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, 
					Tampa, FL; Accident 5Sep42 when ground looped landing at Drew Field; To RFC May 15, 1945
				6707	Accepted by USAAF 12Aug41; 71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount 
					Clemens, MI; Accident 25Sep41 when overshot landing at Lake Charles AAB, LA; Modified 
					for photo-reconnaissance 2Jun42, designated P-43D; Royal Australian AF as serial A56-2; 
					No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 31Aug42; No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit, Hughes, NT, 
					14Sep42; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 30Mar43; Stored 12May43; Special Duties and 
					Performance Flight, Laverton, VIC,  12Feb43; Returned to No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit; 
					No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 29Apr43; Stored 12May43;  Back to 5th AF Sep 2, 1943, Charter Towers, QLD;
				 	Condemned in Australia 4Aug44
				6708	Keesler Field, Biloxi, MS; Reclaimed October 2, 1945
				6709	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 16Dec41 landing with mechanical failure at NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Surveyed October 14, 1942
				6710	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Damaged 7Sep42 taxying at Drew Field; Lincoln Field, NB; 
					Reclaimed at Lincoln Field, NB September 5, 1944
				6711	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; NAS North Island, 
					San Diego, CA; Accident 24Jan42 when ground looped landing at NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; 
					Buckley Field, Aurora, CO; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Buckley Field May 10, 1943
				6712	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 15Oct41 
					landing at Savannah AAB, GA; Chanute Field, Rantoul, IL; To CL-26 ground instructional airframe at Chanute
					Field April 30, 1942
				6713	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Destroyed 17Sep42 in collision with P-43 41-6719 
					landing at Drew Field; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Drew Field January 1, 1943
				6714	CL-26 ground instructional airframe November 14, 1942
				6715	71st Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 11Nov41 
					when ground looped landing at Spartanburg, SC; Condemned February 23, 1942
				6716	Sub-Depot, Morris Field, Charlotte, NC; Accident 9Jul42 taking off at Morris Field
				6717	HQ Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 13Oct41 when 
					ground looped taking off at Savannah AAB, GA; NAS North Island, San Diego, CA; To CL-26 ground 
					instructional airframe at North Island, CA February 23, 1942
				6718	Accepted by USAAF 12Aug41; 1st Pursuit Group, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 22Aug41 
					when ground looped after engine failure taking off at Mitchel Field, NY; Modified for 
					photo-reconnaissance 2May42, redesignated P-43D; 5th AF, Charter Towers, QLD; 
					Shipped to Australia 9Jul42, arrived 15Aug42; Used for appraisal of type; Royal Australian AF 
					as serial A56-7; No.1 Aircraft Depot, Laverton, VIC, 10Nov42; No.1 Photographic Reconnaissance 
					Unit, Coomalie Creek, NT, 11Dec42; Damaged 31Jan43 when a brake jammed landing at Laverton, VIC; 
					Missing 29Apr43 while on a reconnaissance flight to Laverton, VIC from Wagga, NSW. Found 15 years 
					later in June 1958 in thick forest on the side of Gordon Gully near Healesville, North East of Melbourne.
				6719	98th FS, 337th FG, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Destroyed 17Sep42 in collision with P-43 41-6713 
					landing at Drew Field; Pilot killed; Surveyed at Drew Field January 1, 1943
				6720	McClellan Field, Sacramento, CA; Reclaimed January 3, 1946
				6721	507th Single Engine Flying Training Squadron, Moore Field, Mission, TX; Accident 12Nov42 when 
					nosed over landing at Kelsey Bass Field, TX; Air Service Command, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, OK; 
					Accident 24Nov43 when ground looped landing at Tinker Field; Surveyed at Tinker Field December 28, 1943