1942 USAAF Serial Numbers (42-001 to 42-30031)


Last revised October 24, 2017


42-1			Sikorsky OA-11
				MSN 4314.  Civilian S-43 purchased by USAAF Sep 14, 1941.  Was originally NC16925.
				W/o after crash landing in Cocorite Bay, Trinidad Nov 5, 1941.  All 5 aboard killed.
42-2/451		Cessna AT-17
				Following restrictions on the gross weight, the aircraft were redesignated AT-17E
				Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				4 w/o 13 Aug 1943 at Maggie, NC 
				8  w/o 30 Jul 1942 at Houston, TX
				9  w/o 8 May 1942 at Yoakum, TX 
				12  w/o 1 May 1942 at Fresno, TX 
				14 w/o 29 Mar 1943 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				15 w/o 20 Feb 1942 at Woodville, TX 
				16 w/o 15 Jul 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				19  w/o 22 May 1944 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				20 w/o 24 Dec 1942 at San Diego, CA 
				21 w/o 28 May 1942 at Livingston, TX 
				23 w/o 6 Mar 1942 at Ellington Field, TX 
				25 w/o 18 Apr 1942 at Agate, CO 
				29 w/o 30 Jan 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				30 w/o 27 Feb 1943 at La Junta  AAF, CO 
				31 w/o 24 Jan 1944 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				36 w/o 21 Dec 1942 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				37 w/o 27 Jun 1942 at Victorville AAF, CA
				38 w/o 19 Mar 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO
				40 w/o 14 Feb 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				41 w/o 14 Feb 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				50 w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Needles Airport, CA 
				51  w/o 3 Mar 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				52 w/o 14 Jan 1943 at Perry, FL 
				53 w/o 2 Dec 1943 at Temple, TX 
				56 w/o 23 Apr 1942 at Crawford, MS 
				62 w/o 23 Mar 1942 at Stockton Field, CA 
				64 w/o 9 Jun 1944 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				65 w/o 17 Sep 1942 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				66 w/o 1 Mar 1942 at Stockton Field, CA 
				73 w/o 7 Jun 1943 at Yturri Field, TX 
				76 w/o 19 Aug 1943 at Altus, OK
				81 w/o 28 Feb 1944 at Temple AAF, TX 
				82 w/o 8 Aug 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				83 w/o 30 Dec 1942 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				85 w/o 16 Oct 1942 at Ribbenhouse AAAF, AZ 
				98 w/o 1 Jun 1943 at Pampa AAF, TX 
				102 w/o 28 May 1942 at Ellington Field, TX
				103 w/o 21 Oct 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				105 w/o 31 Mar 1942 at Ellington Field,TX 
				106 w/o 28 Mar 1943 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				108 w/o 9 May 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				109 w/o 22 Oct 1942 at Williams Field, AZ 
				113 w/o 26 Dec 1942 at Cliff, NM 
				114 w/o 4 Apr 1944 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				115 w/o 7 Jul 1943 at North AAAF, TX
				117 w/o 27 Jan 1943 at Laketon AAAF, TX 
				119 w/o 29 Apr 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				120 w/o 7 Jan 1943 at Turner Field, Albany, GA 
				125 w/o 10 May 1943 at Lockney, TX 
				129 w/o 12 Dec 1942 at Pylant Field, AZ 
				131 w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Cherry Lake, FL 
				133 w/o 7 Feb 1943 at Apache Junction, AZ 
				134 w/o 28 May 1942 at Ellington Field, TX 
				138 w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Lamont, FL 
				140 w/o 17 Apr 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				144 w/o 14 Jun 1943 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				146 w/o 8 Feb 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				147 w/o 6 Jun 1942 at Ray City, GA 
				150 w/o 10 Mar 1943 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				153 w/o 7 Mar 1943 at Williams Field, AZ 
				155 w/o 16 Jul 1942 at Ellington Field, TX 
				156 w/o 28 Feb 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM
				159 w/o 17 Apr 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				161 w/o 26 Jan 1943 at Pampa AAF, TX 
				166 w/o 12 Sep 1942 at Williams Field, AZ 
				167  w/o 18 Jul 1942 at Turner Field, GA 
				168 w/o 19 Nov 1943 at Parker AAAF, TX 
				172 w/o 21 Apr 1942 at Raymondville, TX 
				173 w/o 14 Jun 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				179 w/o 1 May 1942 at Tupelo, MS 
				180 w/o 15 Jun 1942 at Turner Field, GA 
				187 w/o 29 Jul 1942 at Maxwell Field, AL 
				189 w/o 3 Jun 1943 at Green Field, RI 
				190 w/o 6 Apr 1942 at Columbus AAF, MS 
				192 w/o 4 Sep 1942 at Ellington Field, TX 
				193 w/o 30 Oct 1942 at Seabrook, TX 
				196 w/o 17 May 1943 at Clarendon, TX 
				198 w/o 9 Jul 1942 at Russelville, AL 
				199 w/o 24 Jun 1942 at Cochran Field, GA 
				200 w/o 30 May 1942 at Greenville, AL 
				202 w/o 30 Nov 1942 at Williams Field, AZ 
				203  w/o 21 May 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				207 w/o 18 Nov 1942 at Williams Field, AZ 
				209 w/o 27 Jun 1942 at Ellington Field, TX 
				211 w/o 30 Oct 1942 at Seabrook, TX 
				213 w/o 26 Jun 1942 at Columbus AAF, MS 
				214 w/o 3 May 1942 at Aberdeen, MS 
				219 w/o 27 Oct 1942 at Garner Field, TX 
				223 w/o 9 May 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				225 w/o 6 Nov 1942 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				227 w/o 4 Feb 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX
				234 w/o 11 Sep 1942 at Arabela, NM 
				235 w/o 21 Nov 1942 at Turner Field, GA 
				238 w/o 14 Oct 1943 at Ralls, TX 
				240 w/o 9 Sep 1942 at West AAAF, TX 
				245 w/o 12 May 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				247 w/o 17 Dec 1943 at Wolforth, TX 
				249 w/o 26 Mar 1943 at West AAAF, TX 
				252 w/o 20 Sep 1942 at Craig Field, AL 
				253 w/o 16 Oct 1943 at Alamo Downs AAAF, TX 
				256 w/o 10 Jul 1942 at Columbus AAF, MS 
				259 w/o 9 Jun 1943 at North AAAF, Lubbock, TX 
				260 w/o 7 Nov 1942 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				263 w/o 2 May 1942 at Wichita, KS 
				266 w/o 14 Aug 1942 at Eufaula, AL 
				267 w/o 19 May 1944 at Altus AAF, OK 
				272 w/o 6 Jul 1943 at Hoover AAAF, TX
				273 w/o 3 Jun 1942 at Jackson, MS 
				274 w/o 2 Dec 1943 at Ft Sumner AAF, NM 
				281 w/o 23 Dec 1942 at Dalhart AAF, TX 
				282 w/o 21 Jan 1943 at Graham, TX 
				287 w/o 28 Oct 1942 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				290 w/o 6 Aug 1943 at West AAAF, TX 
				294 w/o 5 Sep 1942 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				295 w/o 9 Sep 1942 at Columbus AAF, MS 
				298 w/o 3 Nov 1942 at Symer, TX 
				302 w/o 31 Jul 1943 at Midland, TX 
				306 w/o 16 Jun 1942 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				315 w/o 15 Jul 1944 at Tucumcari AAAF, NM
				319 w/o 21 Jan 1944 at Abilene, TX 
				322 w/o 9 Apr 1945 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				323  w/o 8 Jun 1944 at Pampa AAF, TX 
				325 w/o 23 Jun 1942 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				328 w/o 15 Jan 1943 at Whiteface, TX 
				329 w/o 18 Oct 1944 at Granite, OK 
				330 w/o 2 Jan 1943 at Lubbock, TX 
				331 w/o 15 Feb 1944 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				335 w/o 29 May 1942 at Roswell, NM 
				347 w/o 8 Mar 1944 at Lubbock AAF, TX
				352 w/o 9 Mar 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				353 w/o 2 Jul 1942 at Helendale, CA 
				359 w/o 26 Jul 1942 at Roswell, NM 
				361 In 1997 was stored at Minter Field Air Museum, CA.
				363 w/o 8 Apr 1944 at West AAAF, TX 
				364 w/o 17 Nov 1942 at Lubbock AAF, TX
				365 w/o 25 Jan 1944 at Frederick AAF, OK 
				366 w/o 11 Aug 1942 at North AAAF, TX 
				367 w/o 24 Nov 1943 at Lubbock AAF, TX 
				370 w/o 24 Jan 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				371 w/o 23 Apr 1944 at Ft Sumner AAF, NM 
				376 w/o 16 Jul 1943 at Hoover AAAF, TX
				383 w/o 13 Jan 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				386 w/o 4 Aug 1942 at Cochran AAAF, GA 
				388 w/o 22 Feb 1943 at Pampa AAF, TX 
				389 w/o 20 Dec 1943 at Abilene, TX 
				390 w/o 23 Nov 1942 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				392 w/o 20 Jun 1943 at Pampa AAF, TX
				396 w/o 31 Mar 1943 at Altus AAF, OK 
				398 w/o 30 Sep 1942 at Columbus AAF, MS 
				400 w/o 6 Oct 1942 at Columbus AAF, MS 
				401  w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Altus AAF 
				407 w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Salem, FL 
				409 w/o 21 Jul 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				411 w/o 6 May 1944 at Tucumcari AAAF, NM 
				412 w/o 10 Jan 1943 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				414 w/o 27 Jul 1942 at Moody Field, GA 
				415 w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Madison, FL 
				416 w/o 15 Apr 1943 at Hoover AAAF, TX 
				419 w/o 9 Nov 1943 at Cartwright AAAF, TX 
				420 w/o 31 Dec 1943 at Reeves AAAF, TX 
				421 w/o 19 Aug 1942 at West Point, MS 
				424 w/o 5 Nov 1943 at Blackland AAAF #2, TX 
				425 w/o 28 Sep 1942 at Columbus AAAF #2, MS 
				430 w/o 26 Aug 1942 at Columbus AAF, MS 
				432 w/o 13 Oct 1943 at Diltz Field, TX 
				435 w/o 4 May 1944 at Twitty AAAF, TX 
				441 w/o 20 May 1943 at Pampa AAF, TX 
				442  w/o 26 Jul 1943 at Hoover AAAF, TX
				443 w/o 16 Aug 1943 at Pampa AAF, TX 
				446 w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Woodward, OK  
42-452/455		Taylorcraft YO-57 Grasshopper
				MSN 4008/4011.  Designation later changed to L-2 .
42-456/459		Aeronca YO-58 Grasshopper
				Designation changed to L-3 Apr 1942.
				458 w/o 15 Nov 1943 at Lexington, KY
42-460/463		Piper YO-59 Grasshopper
				Model J3C-65.  Designation later changed to L-4.
				460 (MSN 7513)
				461 (MSN 7528) to Brazil in 1944.  Eventually serialled FAB-3057, later (ca 1957)
					to L4-3057
				462 (MSN 7529)
				463 (MSN 7530)
42-464/963		Noorduyn AT-16-ND
			MSN 14-1/500.  North American AT-16 manufactured by Noorduyn Aviation.  To RAF as Harvard IIB FE267/FE766.
			Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				469 (MSN 14-006) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE272.  To Swedish AF as 16140 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft 
					Supply of Dallas.
				473 (MSN 14-010) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE276.  To Swedish AF as 16137 1947-1970.  Scrapped.
				493 (MSN 14-030) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE296.  Later to Norwegian AF as M-BD.
					To Turkish AF as 7364 Oct 6, 1955
				504 (MSN 14-041) To RAF as FE307; to Canadian AF as FE307; to Netherlands AF as B-195 in Nov 1949; wfu Aug 1959
				509 (MSN 14-046) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE312.  To Swedish AF as 16087 1947-1955.  Scrapped after crash.
				524 (MSN 14-061) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE327.  To Swedish AF as 16095 1947-1970.  Scrapped
				525 (MSN 14-062) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE328.  To Swedish AF as 16142 1947-1967.  Scrapped
				529 (MSN 14-066) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE332. to Canadian AF as FE332; to Netherlands AF as B-53 in Feb 1947; 
					wfu Aug 1952
				532 (MSN 14-069) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FE335.  To Swedish AF as 16115 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped
				541 (MSN 14-078) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FE344.  To Swedish AF as 16094 1947-1972.  
					Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas, TX.  Scrapped
				582 (MSN 14-119) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE385.  To Swedish AF as 16102 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft 
					Supply, Dallas, TX.  Scrapped.
				597 (MSN 14-134) to RAF as FE400.  To Swedish AF as 16118 1947-1960.  Scrapped after crash.
				604 (MSN 14-141) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE407.  To RCAF as FE407 and then to Swedish AF as SK16A 16009 from 1947 to 1972
					Fuselage seen at Ska/Edeby, Sweden in 2002.
				606 (MSN 14-143) to Dutch Government Flight Training School as PH-UEK,
					then Oct 26, 1960 to COGEA as OO-GDD.  Registration cancelled
					Oct 29, 1962 when aircraft believed to have gone to Congo
				607 (MSN 14-144) To RAF as FE410; to Neth East Indies AF as B-421; to Indonesian AF as B-421 on 10 Jun 1950
				609 (MSN 14-146) To RAF as FE412; to Neth East Indies AF as B-422; to Indonesian AF as B-422 on 10 Jun 1950
				634 (MSN 14-171) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE437. To Royal Swedish AF as 16130 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				637 (MSN 14-174) To RAF as FE440; to Portuguese AF
				649 (MSN 14-186) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE452.  To Israel as 4X-ARA
				650 (MSN 14-187) To RAF as FE453; to Neth East Indies AF as B-423; to Indonesian AF as B-423 on 10 Jun 1950
				653 (MSN 14-190) To RAF as FE456; wfu; to PH-UEI; to OO-JBW
				661 (MSN 14-198) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE464.  To Royal Swedish AF as Sk 16A 16131 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				664 (MSN 14-201) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE467.  To Swiss AF as U-323.  Current as HB-RDN
				692 to RAF as Harvard IIB FE495.  To USAAF and with 80th FG, 89th FS
					w/o in takeoff accident at Myitkyina Burma Oct 26, 1944
				697 (MSN 14-234) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE500.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16119 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
				699 (MSN 14-236) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE502.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16101 1948-1965.  Scrapped after crash.
				700 (MSN 14-237) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FE503.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16114 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft 
					Supply, Dallas, TX.  Scrapped.
				702 (MSN 14-239) To RAF as FE505; to Canadian AF as FE505; to Netherlands AF as B-152 in Feb 1949; w/o 30 Jan 1961
				706 (MSN 14-243) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE509.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16121 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped.
				707 (MSN 14-244) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE510.  With Royal Canadian AF Association -- 416 Wing.
				708 (MSN 14-245) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE511.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16128 1947-1969.  Registered SE-BII.
					Still active and took up residence from Sweden at Old Marden, Bedfordshire, UK Oct 29, 2015.
				710 (MSN 14-247) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE513.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16127 1947-1966.  Scrapped after crash
				714 (MSN 14-251) To RAF as FE517; to Canadian AF as FE517; to Netherlands AF as B-156 in Apr 1949; wfu Sep 1964
				715 (MSN 14-252) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE518.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16120 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				716 (MSN 14-253) To RAF as FE519; to Canadian AF as FE519; to Netherlands AF as B-154 in Mar 1949; 
					w/o 15 Sep 1954 at Empel, The Netherlands
				717 (MSN 14-254) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE520.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16139 1947-1968.  Scrapped.
				718 (MSN 14-255) To RAF as FE521; to Canadian AF as FE521; to Netherlands AF as B-151 in Feb 1949; wfu Sep 1960; 
					to PH-NIA; w/o 29 Sep 1960
				721 (MSN 14-258) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FE524.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16042 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				722 (MSN 14-259) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE525.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16064 1947-1971.  Scrapped.
				751 (MSN 14-288) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE554.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16103 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				752 (MSN 14-289) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE555.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16107 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
				759 (MSN 14-296) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE562.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16138 1947-1951.  Scrapped after crash.
				760 (MSN 14-297) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE563.  To Royal Swedish AF but due to damaged wings the aircraft
					did not get a serial number but was scrapped and used for spare parts.
				761 (MSN 14-298) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE564.  To Royal Swedish Af as 16132 1947-1962.  Probably scrapped.
				762 (MSN 14-299) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE565.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16030 1947-1972.  In private hands.  Destroyed in 
					fire at High Chapparal, Hillrstorp, Sweden Jan 14, 1991.
				765 (MSN 14-302) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE568.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16069 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				774 (MSN 14-311) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE577.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16043 1947-1962.  Scrapped after crash.
				777 (MSN 14-314) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE580.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16096 1947-1957.  Scrapped after crash.
				782 (MSN 14-319) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE585.  To USAAF with 33rd FG, 59th FS w/o
					in landing accident at Nagaghuli, India Dec 18, 1944.  Reported to have gone to Swedish AF AS 16125 1947-1969.
					Probably scrapped.
				786 (MSN 14-323) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE589. To Royal Swedish AF as 16133 1947-1961.  Scrapped after crash
				787 to RAF as Harvard IIB FE590. To Swiss AF as U-322. To G-AXCR 1969, to D-FHGK later same year
				805 was at Octave Chanute Air Museum, Rantoul, IL.  This museum is now closed, plane moved to National
					Museum of USAF.
				816 (MSN 14-353) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE619.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16021 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped
				818 (MSN 14-355) to RAF as FE621.  Later to Norwegian AF as M-BE.  Crashed near Vestlundet Jan 23, 1954.
				822 (MSN 14-359) to RAF as FE625.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16117 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
				825 (MSN 14-362) to RAF as FE628.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16129 1947-1959.  Registered SE-CHK. Scrapped 1967.
				827 (MSN 14-364) to RAF as FE630.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16075 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
				829 (MSN 14-366) to RAF as FE632.  SOC Dec 11, 1946.  To Charles Babb Co, Montreal, Canada ca 1946, no civil
					registratin.  To Swedish AF as Fv16109 Dec 1946. To Flygvapenmuseum, Malmslatt AB, Sweden 1975.
				830 (MSN 14-367) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE633.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16035 1947-1948.  Scrapped after crash. 
				834 (MSN 14-371) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE637.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16060 1947-1971.  Scrapped
				835 (MSN 14-372) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE638.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16074 1947-1956.  To private user.
				843 (MSN 14-380) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE646.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16110 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped
				845 (MSN 14-382) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE648.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16026 1947-1960.  Scrapped after crash.
				848 (MSN 14-385) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE651.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16044 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped
				850 (MSN 14-387) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FE653.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16034 1947-1970.  Scrapped after crash.
				851 (MSN 14-388) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE654.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16053 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				854 (MSN 14-391) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE657.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16004 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped
				855 (MSN 14-392) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE658.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16051 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped
				857 (MSN 14-394) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE660.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16124 1947-1969.  Scrapped
				858 (MSN 14-395) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE661.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16093 1947-1971.  To private user.
				885 (MSN 14-422) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE688.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16122 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				886 (MSN 14-423) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE689.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16098 1947-1970.  To private user
				888 (MSN 14-425) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE691.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16013 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				889 (MSN 14-426) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE692.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16126 1947-1967.  Registere OY-IIB.  Deregistered after crash.
					In Danmarks Flyhmuseum, Stauning, Denmark
				890 (MSN 14-427) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE693.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16135 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				891 (MSN 14-428) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE694.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16036 1947-1970.  Scrapped.
				892 (MSN 14-429) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE695.  To RCAF.  To Swedish AF as Fv.16105 1948-1971.  
					Now with Duxford Fighter Collection registered as G-BTXI since 1991
				896 to RAF as Harvard IIB as FE699.  to USAAF with HQ 3rd Air Division, and ground looped
					and reportedly w/o Dec 22, 1944
				913 to RAF as Harvard IIB FE716.  Crashlanded and w/o at Chota Malir,
					India Nov 26, 1944.
				919 (MSN 14-456) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FE722.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16056 1947-1948.  Scrapped after crash.
				920 (MSN 14-457) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE723.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16089 1947-1968.  Scrapped
				921 (MSN 14-458) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE724.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16123 1947-1963.  Scrapped after crash.
				923 (MSN 14-460) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE726.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16092 1947-1972.  Registered SE-FUY.  Scrapped in 
					1976 after crash.
				931 (MSN 14-468) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE734.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16100 1947-1954.  Scrapped after crash
				932 (MSN 14-469) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE735.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16008 1947-1970.  Scrapped after crash.
				938 (MSN 14-475) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE741.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16136 1947-1969.  Scrapped after crash.
				939 (MSN 14-476) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE742.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16022 1947-1957.  Scrapped.
				940 (MSN 14-477) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE743.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16002 1947-1964.  Scrapped after crash
				942 (MSN 14-479) To RAF as FE745; to Canadian AF as FE745; to Netherlands AF as B-153 in Mar 1959; wfu Dec 1962
				947 (MSN 14-484) To RAF as FE750; to Canadian AF as FE750; to Netherlands AF as FE750 in Jan 1947; reserialled as 
					B-42 in Feb 1947; wfu Aug 1952
				949 (MSN 14-486) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE752.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16068 1947-1972.  Registration
					SE-FUD reserved Apr 2005.
				955 (MSN 14-492) To RAF as FE758; to Canadian AF as FE758; to Netherlands AF as FE758 in Jan 1947; reserialled as 
					B-31 in Feb 1947; wfu Oct 1950
42-964/1163		de Havilland Canada PT-24-DH Tiger Moth
				Built by de Havilland Canada [sic] as the DH.82C Tiger Moth.  
				Lend-Lease to UK for use by the RCAF, none used by the USAAF.  Also allocated RAF serials.
				Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				964/1131 (MSN DHC-1303/1470) to RAF as FE100/FE267 also RCAF serials 1100/1267. 
					964 (MSN DHC-1303) To RAF as FE100; to Canadian AF as 1100 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 20 Aug 1943
					965 (MSN DHC-1304) To RAF as FE101; to Canadian AF as 1101 on 24 Dec 1941; w/o 23 Jan 1945 at Regina, Canada
					966 (MSN DHC-1305) To RAF as FE102; to Canadian AF as 1102 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 14 Aug 1943
					967 (MSN DHC-1306) To RAF as FE103; to Canadian AF as 1103 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 23 Jan 1945
					968 (MSN DHC-1307) To RAF as FE104; to Canadian AF as 1104 on 24 Dec 1941; w/o 10 Feb 1945 at Caron, Canada
					969 (MSN DHC-1308) To RAF as FE105; to Canadian AF as 1105 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 10 Feb 1945
					970 (MSN DHC-1309) to RAF as FE106, to Canadian AF as 1106,  to civil registry as CF-BQU.  RFU Oct 24, 1947.
					971 (MSN DHC-1310) To RAF as FE107; to Canadian AF as 1107 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 8 Feb 1945 
					972 (MSN DHC-1311) To RAF as FE108; to Canadian AF as 1108 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 23 Jan 1945
					973 (MSN DHC-1312) To RAF as FE109; to Canadian AF as 1109 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 9 Aug 1944
					974 (MSN DHC-1313) To RAF as FE110; to Canadian AF as 1110 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu 20 Oct 1962
					975 (MSN DHC-1314) to RAF as FE111; to Canadian AF as 1111 on 24 Dec 1941; w/o 18 Jun 1943
					976 (MSN DHC-1315) To RAF as FE112; to Canadian AF as 1112 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu; to CF-COJ on 28 Jul 1945; wfu 1982
					977 (MSN DHC-1316) To RAF as FE113; to Canadian AF as 1113 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu; to CF-CSW on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					978 (MSN DHC-1317) to RAF as FE114, to RCAF as 1114 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu; to CF-CSX on 28 Jul 1945; to N18840; 
						current 2011 
					979 (MSN DHC-1318) To RAF as FE115; to Canadian AF as 1115 on 24 Dec 1941; wfu; to CF-DAH on 9 Nov 1945; wfu by 1982
					980 (MSN DHC-1319) To RAF as FE116; to Canadian AF as 1116 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CTS on 20 Aug 1945
					981 (MSN DHC-1320) To RAF as FE117; to Canadian AF as 1117 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 11 Feb 1944
					982 (MSN DHC-1321) To RAF as FE118; to Canadian AF as 1118 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-IFB on 18 Oct 1943; wfu by 1982
					983 (MSN DHC-1322) To RAF as FE119; to Canadian AF as 1119 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-COK on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					984 (MSN DHC-1323) To RAF as FE120; to Canadian AF as 1120; wfu 16 Feb 1945
					985 (MSN DHC-1324) To RAF as FE121; to Canadian AF as 1121 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					986 (MSN DHC-1325) to RAF as FE122, to RCAF as 1122 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-COU on 28 Jul 1945; current 2011
					987 (MSN DHC-1326) To RAF as FE123; to Canadian AF as 1123 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-SAF on 5 Apr 1945; wfu 1976
					988 (MSN DHC-1327) To RAF as FE124; to Canadian AF as 1124 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 3 Mar 1943
					989 (MSN DHC-1328) To RAF as FE125; to Canadian AF as 1125 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 11 Mar 1944
					990 (MSN DHC-1329) To RAF as FE126; to Canadian AF as 1126  on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 24 Feb 1944
					991 (MSN DHC-1330) To RAF as FE127; to Canadian AF as 1127 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 16 Sep 1943
					992 (MSN DHC-1331) To RAF as FE128; to Canadian AF as 1128 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945
					993 (MSN DHC-1332) To RAF as FE129; to Canadian AF as 1129 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu 30 Dec 1943
					994 (MSN DHC-1333) To RAF as FE130; to Canadian AF as 1130 on 1 Jan 1942; w/o 11 Aug 1942
					995 (MSN DHC-1334) To RAF as FE131; to Canadian AF as 1131 on 1 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CSL on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					996 (MSN DHC-1335) To RAF as FE132; to Canadian AF as 1132 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-COO on 13 Mar 1945; wfu by 1982
					997 (MSN DHC-1336) To RAF as FE133; to Canadian AF as 1133 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 26 Apr 1944
					998 (MSN DHC-1337) To RAF as FE134; to Canadian AF as 1134 on 8 Jan 1942.  wfu; to CF-BKZ on 12 Jun 1945;Undercarriage
						collapsed on takeoff Snow Lake, Man. Apr 15, 1980.  wfu by 1982
					999 (MSN DHC-1338) To RAF as FE135; to Canadian AF as 1135 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945
					1000 (MSN DHC-1339) To RAF as FE136; to Canadian AF as 1136 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu; to N82CS on 23 Jan 1945; current 2011
					1001 (MSN DHC-1340) To RAF as FE137; to Canadian AF as 1137 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945
					1002 (MSN DHC-1341) To RAF as FE138; to Canadian AF as 1138 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 22 Mar 1944
					1003 (MSN DHC-1342) To RAF as FE139; to Canadian AF as 1139 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 26 Apr 1944
					1004 (MSN DHC-1343) To RAF as FE140; to Canadian AF as 1140 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1005 (MSN DHC-1344) To RAF as FE141; to Canadian AF as 1141 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1006 (MSN DHC-1345) To RAF as FE142; to Canadian AF as 1142 on 8 Jan 1942; w/o 28 Nov 1943
					1007 (MSN DHC-1346) To RAF as FE143; to Canadian AF as 1143 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-COE on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1008 (MSN DHC-1347) To RAF as FE144; to Canadian AF as 1144 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 8 Feb 1945
					1009 (MSN DHC-1348) To RAF as FE145; to Canadian AF as 1145 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-DHS on 27 Jul 1945; current 2011
					1010 (MSN DHC-1349) To RAF as FE146; to Canadian AF as 1146 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945
					1011 (MSN DHC-1350) To RAF as FE147; to Canadian AF as 1147 on 8 Jan 1942; wfu 11 Feb 1943
					1012 (MSN DHC-1351) To RAF as FE148; to Canadian AF as 1148 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-SAG on 17 May 1945; wfu by 1982
					1013 (MSN DHC-1352) To RAF as FE149; to Canadian AF as 1149 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-BLR on 12 Jun 1945; 
						w/o 5 Jun 1949 at Humboldt, Saskachewan, Canada
					1014 (MSN DHC-1353) To RAF as FE150; to Canadian AF as 1150 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu; to TF-KBE on 25 May 1945
					1015 (MSN DHC-1354) To RAF as FE151; to Canadian AF as 1151 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1016 (MSN DHC-1355) to RAF as FE152; to Canadian AF as 1152 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CKM on 29 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1017 (MSN DHC-1356) to RAF as FE153; to Canadian AF as 1153 on 16 Jan 1942; w/o 8 Aug 1944
					1018 (MSN DHC-1357) To RAF as FE154; to Canadian AF as 1154 on 16 Jan 1942; w/o 30 Oct 1942 at High River, Canada
					1019 (MSN DHC-1358) To RAF as FE155; to Canadian AF as 1155 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1020 (MSN DHC-1359) To RAF as FE156; to Canadian AF as 1156 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu 23 Jun 1944
					1021 (MSN DHC-1360) To RAF as FE157; to Canadian AF as 1157 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CLV on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1022 (MSN DHC-1361) To RAF as FE158; to Canadian AF as 1158 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-COG on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1023 (MSN DHC-1362) To RAF as FE159; to Canadian AF as 1159 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu 12 Feb 1944
					1024 (MSN DHC-1363) To RAF as FE160; to Canadian AF as 1160 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu 14 Aug 1943
					1025 (MSN DHC-1364) To RAF as FE161; to Canadian AF as 1161 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu 19 May 1944
					1026 (MSN DHC-1365) To RAF as FE162; to Canadian AF as 1162 on 16 Jan 1942; w/o 18 Jun 1942 at Assiniboia, Canada
					1027 (MSN DHC-1366) To RAF as FE163; to Canadian AF as 1163 on 16 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-COL on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1028 (MSN DHC-1367) To RAF as FE164; to Canadian AF as 1164 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1029 (MSN DHC-1368) To RAF as FE165; to Canadian AF as 1165 on 21 Jan 1942; w/o 7 Sep 1943
					1030 (MSN DHC-1369) To RAF as FE166; to Canadian AF as 1166 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF- ? on 27 Jul 1945
					1031 (MSN DHC-1370) To RAF as FE167; to Canadian AF as 1167 on 21 Jan 1942; w/o 6 Nov 1942
					1032 (MSN DHC-1371) To RAF as FE168; to Canadian AF as 1168 on 21 Jan 1942; w/o 31 Aug 1942
					1033 (MSN DHC-1372) To RAF as FE169; to Canadian AF as 1169 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1034 (MSN DHC-1373) To RAF as FE170; to Canadian AF as 1170 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CLW on 28 Jul 1945; current 2011
					1035 (MSN DHC-1374) To RAF as FE171; to Canadian AF as 1171 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu 10 Feb 1945
					1036 (MSN DHC-1375) To RAF as FE172; to Canadian AF as 1172 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CLJ on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1037 (MSN DHC-1376) To RAF as FE173; to Canadian AF as 1173 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu 10 Feb 1945
					1038 (MSN DHC-1377) to RAF as FE174; to Canadian AF as 1174 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu 10 Feb 1945
					1039 (MSN DHC-1378) To RAF as FE175; to Canadian AF as 1175 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu 20 Jun 1944
					1040 (MSN DHC-1379) To RAF as FE176; to Canadian AF as 1176 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CLM on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1041 (MSN DHC-1380) To RAF as FE177; to Canadian AF as 1177 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu 10 Feb 1945
					1042 (MSN DHC-1381) To RAF as FE178; to Canadian AF as 1178 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CJU on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1043 (MSN DHC-1382) To RAF as FE179; to Canadian AF as 1179 on 21 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-DFH on 13 Mar 1945; wfu by 1982
					1044 (MSN DHC-1383) To RAF as FE180; to Canadian AF as 1180 on 22 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CSM on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1045 (MSN DHC-1384) To RAF as FE181; to Canadian AF as 1181 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1046 (MSN DHC-1385) To RAF as FE182; to Canadian AF as 1182 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 8 Feb 1945
					1047 (MSN DHC-1386) To RAF as FE183; to Canadian AF as 1183 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945
					1048 (MSN DHC-1387) To RAF as FE184; to Canadian AF as 1184 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945
					1049 (MSN DHC-1388) To RAF as FE185; to Canadian AF as 1185 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945
					1050 (MSN DHC-1389) To RAF as FE186; to Canadian AF as 1186 on 29 Jan 1942; w/o 17 Feb 1943 at Regina, Canada
					1051 (MSN DHC-1390) To RAF as FE187; to Canadian AF as 1187 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF- ? on 28 Jul 1945
					1052 (MSN DHC-1391) To RAF as FE188; to Canadian AF as 1188 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945 
					1053 (MSN DHC-1392) To RAF as FE189; to Canadian AF as 1189 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-SAZ on 22 Nov 1945; current 2011
					1054 (MSN DHC-1393) To RAF as FE190; to Canadian AF as 1190 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 14 Aug 1943
					1055 (MSN DHC-1394) To RAF as FE191; to Canadian AF as 1191 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CKK on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1056 (MSN DHC-1395) To RAF as FE192; to Canadian AF as 1192 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-COH on 13 Mar 1945; wfu 1970
					1057 (MSN DHC-1396) To RAF as FE193; to Canadian AF as 1193 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945
					1058 (MSN DHC-1397) To RAF as FE194; to Canadian AF as 1194 on 29 Jan 1942; w/o 26 Dec 1942 at Assiniboia, Canada
					1059 (MSN DHC-1398) To RAF as FE195; to Canadian AF as 1195 on 29 Jan 1942; wfu; to CF-CJP on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1060 (MSN DHC-1399) To RAF as FE196; to Canadian AF as 1196 on 29 Jan 1942; w/o 9 Aug 1944
					1061 (MSN DHC-1400) To RAF as FE197; to Canadian AF as 1197 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 21 Sep 1943
					1062 (MSN DHC-1401) To RAF as FE198; to Canadian AF as 1198 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1943
					1063 (MSN DHC-1402) To RAF as FE199; to Canadian AF as 1199 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-COT on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982
					1064 (MSN DHC-1403) To RAF as FE200; to Canadian AF as 1200 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945 
					1065 (MSN DHC-1404) To RAF as FE201; to Canadian AF as 1201 on 2 Feb 1942; w/o 17 Apr 1942 at De Winton, Canada
					1066 (MSN DHC-1405) To RAF as FE202; to Canadian AF as 1202 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CLK on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1067 (MSN DHC-1406) To RAF as FE203; to Canadian AF as 1203 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 11 Feb 1944 
					1068 (MSN DHC-1407) To RAF as FE204; to Canadian AF as 1204 on 2 Feb 1942; Became TF-KBD Jul 26, 1945, which last 
						flew 1955 and wfu 23 Jul 1955.  In 1987 was stored dismantled somewhere in Iceland
					1069 (MSN DHC-1408) To RAF as FE205; to Canadian AF as 1205 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 15 Oct 1943 
					1070 (MSN DHC-1409) To RAF as FE206; to Canadian AF as 1206 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945
					1071 (MSN DHC-1410) To RAF as FE207; to Canadian AF as 1207 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945 
					1072 (MSN DHC-1411) To RAF as FE208; to Canadian AF as 1208 on 2 Feb 1942; w/o 14 Aug 1942 
					1073 (MSN DHC-1412) To RAF as FE209; to Canadian AF as 1209 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945 
					1074 (MSN DHC-1413) To RAF as FE210; to Canadian AF as 1210 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CSY on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1075 (MSN DHC-1414) To RAF as FE211; to Canadian AF as 1211 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CTL or CF-CTO on 27 Jul 1945; 
						to C-GDWI; current 2011
					1076 (MSN DHC-1415) To RAF as FE212; to Canadian AF as 1212 on 2 Feb 1942; wfu 26 Apr 1944
					1077 (MSN DHC-1416) To RAF as FE213; to Canadian AF as 1213 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CVI on 13 Mar 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1078 (MSN DHC-1417) To RAF as FE214; to Canadian AF as 1214 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CIX on 28 Jul 1945; 
						later C-FCIX, current 2011.
					1079 (MSN DHC-1418) To RAF as FE215; to Canadian AF as 1215 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945 
					1080 (MSN DHC-1419) To RAF as FE216; to Canadian AF as 1216 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CSO on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1081 (MSN DHC-1420) To RAF as FE217; to Canadian AF as 1217 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu 24 Apr 1945 
					1082 (MSN DHC-1421) To RAF as FE218; to Canadian AF as 1218 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945 
					1083 (MSN DHC-1422) To RAF as FE219; to Canadian AF as 1219 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CKD on 25 Sep 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1084 (MSN DHC-1423) To RAF as FE220; to Canadian AF as 1220 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu 2 Feb 1943 
					1085 (MSN DHC-1424) To RAF as FE221; to Canadian AF as 1221 on 12 Feb 1942; w/o 26 Apr 1942 
					1086 (MSN DHC-1425) To RAF as FE222; to Canadian AF as 1222 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu 8 Feb 1945 
					1087 (MSN DHC-1426) To RAF as FE223; to Canadian AF as 1223 on 12 Feb 1942; w/o 15 Jun 1942
					1088 (MSN DHC-1427) To RAF as FE224; to Canadian AF as 1224 on 12 Feb 1942; w/o 22 Jun 1944
					1089 (MSN DHC-1428) To RAF as FE225; to Canadian AF as 1225 on 12 Feb 1942; w/o 20 Jun 1944 
					1090 (MSN DHC-1429) To RAF as FE226; to Canadian AF as 1226 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-ESR on 29 Aug 1944; wfu by 1982  
					1091 (MSN DHC-1430) To RAF as FE227; to Canadian AF as 1227 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CSZ on 13 Mar 1945; wfu 1968 
					1092 (MSN DHC-1431) To RAF as FE228; to Canadian AF as 1228 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945
					1093 (MSN DHC-1432) To RAF as FE229; to Canadian AF as 1229 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-BFV on 13 Jun 1945; 
						w/o 13 May 1950 at Big River, Saskachewan, Canada. Reduced to spares
					1094 (MSN DHC-1433) To RAF as FE230; to Canadian AF as 1230 on 12 Feb 1942; wfu 16 Sep 1943
					1095 (MSN DHC-1434) To RAF as FE231; to Canadian AF as 1231 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-DAI on 9 Nov 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1096 (MSN DHC-1435) To RAF as FE232; to Canadian AF as 1232 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 16 Dec 1943 
					1097 (MSN DHC-1436) To RAF as FE233; to Canadian AF as 1233 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 6 May 1942 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1098 (MSN DHC-1437) To RAF as FE234; to Canadian AF as 1234 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 5 Aug 1948 
					1099 (MSN DHC-1438) o RAF as FE235; to Canadian AF as 1235 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CII on 13 Mar 1945; .  
						Sank through ice while taxiing on Azure Lake, BC Jan 2, 1947.
					1100 (MSN DHC-1439) To RAF as FE236; to Canadian AF as 1236 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 22 Feb 1944 
					1101 (MSN DHC-1440) To RAF as FE237; to Canadian AF as 1237 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-COW on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1102 (MSN DHC-1441) To RAF as FE238; to Canadian AF as 1238 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945 
					1103 (MSN DHC-1442) To RAF as FE239; to Canadian AF as 1239 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 16 Sep 1943
					1104 (MSN DHC-1443) To RAF as FE240; to Canadian AF as 1240 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 7 May 1942 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1105 (MSN DHC-1444) To RAF as FE241; to Canadian AF as 1241 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 2 Sep 1942 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1106 (MSN DHC-1445) To RAF as FE242; to Canadian AF as 1242 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 15 Jul 1942 at Neepawa, Canada
					1107 (MSN DHC-1446) To RAF as FE243; to Canadian AF as 1243 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CHV on 13 March 1945; 
						wfu 17 Aug 1947
					1108 (MSN DHC-1447) To RAF as FE244; to Canadian AF as 1244 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 25 Aug 1943 
					1109 (MSN DHC-1448) To RAF as FE245; to Canadian AF as 1245 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CHU on 13 Mar 1945; 
						w/o 17 Aug 1948 as Vancouver, Canada 
					1110 (MSN DHC-1449) To RAF as FE246; to Canadian AF as 1246 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 18 Nov 1942 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1111 (MSN DHC-1450) To RAF as FE247; to Canadian AF as 1247 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-DXL on 21 Mar 1946; wfu by 1982 
					1112 (MSN DHC-1451) To RAF as FE248; to Canadian AF as 1248 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CTP on 13 Mar 1945; wfu by 1982
					1113 (MSN DHC-1452) To RAF as FE249; to Canadian AF as 1249 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 16 Feb 1945 
					1114 (MSN DHC-1453) To RAF as FE250; to Canadian AF as 1250 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 9 Aug 1944 
					1115 (MSN DHC-1454) To RAF as FE251; to Canadian AF as 1251 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 21 Oct 1942 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1116 (MSN DHC-1455) To RAF as FE252; to Canadian AF as 1252 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF- ? on 27 Jul 1945 
					1117 (MSN DHC-1456) To RAF as FE253; to Canadian AF as 1253 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 8 Dec 1943 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1118 (MSN DHC-1457) To RAF as FE254; to Canadian AF as 1254 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-DKZ on 3 Feb 1946; wfu by 1982 
					1119 (MSN DHC-1458) To RAF as FE255; to Canadian AF as 1255 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CHQ on 28 Jul 1945; wfu 16 Nov 1951 
					1120 (MSN DHC-1459) To RAF as FE256; to Canadian AF as 1256 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 18 May 1942 at High River, Canada 
					1121 (MSN DHC-1460) To RAF as FE257; to Canadian AF as 1257 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 4 Jun 1942 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1122 (MSN DHC-1461) To RAF as FE258; to Canadian AF as 1258 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-COM on 28 Jul 1945; wfu by 1982 
					1123 (MSN DHC-1462) To RAF as FE259; to Canadian AF as 1259 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CSJ on 13 Mar 1945; current 2011
					1124 (MSN DHC-1463) To RAF as FE260; to Canadian AF as 1260 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945 
					1125 (MSN DHC-1464) To RAF as FE261; to Canadian AF as 1261 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 10 Aug 1943 
					1126 (MSN DHC-1465) To RAF as FE262; to Canadian AF as 1262 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o before 27 Apr 1944 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1127 (MSN DHC-1466) To RAF as FE263; to Canadian AF as 1263 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu 13 Mar 1945; to CF-AAP (ntu); to C-FTMH on 6 Jun 2007 
					1128 (MSN DHC-1467) To RAF as FE264; to Canadian AF as 1264 on 18 Feb 1942; wfu; to CF-CIA on 13 Mar 1945; wfu 21 May 1949 
						Reduced to spares May 21, 1949
					1129 (MSN DHC-1468) To RAF as FE265; to Canadian AF as 1265 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 12 Apr 1942 at Neepawa, Canada 
					1130 (MSN DHC-1469) To RAF as FE266; to Canadian AF as 1266 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 4 Jun 1942 at Neepawa, Canada
					1131 (MSN DHC-1470) To RAF as FE267; to Canadian AF as 1267 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 7 May 1944  
				1132/1163 (MSN DHC-1471/1502) to RAF as FH619/FH650, also RCAF serials 1268/1299.  Delivered to USAAF.
					1132 (MSN DHC-1471) To RAF as FH619; to Canadian AF as 1268 on 18 Feb 1942; w/o 4 Jan 1944 
					1133 (MSN DHC-1472) To RAF as FH620; to Canadian AF as 1269 on 28 Mar 1942; wfu; to CF-BZD on 28 Jun 1945 
						Crashed on ice during approach Wabanosh Lake, Ont May 3, 1947
					1134 (MSN DHC-1473) To RAF as FH621; to Canadian AF as 1270 on 28 Mar 1942; wfu; to CF-BQY on 25 Sep 1945; 
						Wfu by 1982 
					1135 (MSN DHC-1474) To RAF as FH622; to Canadian AF as 1271 on 28 Mar 1942; wfu; to CF-CKX on 27 Jul 1945; 
						 Ground looped during landing Ancienne Lorette Airport Aug 1, 1951. 
					1136 (MSN DHC-1475) To RAF as FH623; to Canadian AF as 1272 on 28 Mar 1942; w/o 12 Feb 1943
					1137 (MSN DHC-1476) To RAF as FH624; to Canadian AF as 1273 on 28 Mar 1942; wfu 30 Jul 1944 
					1138 (MSN DHC-1477) To RAF as FH625; to Canadian AF as 1274 on 28 Mar 1942; w/o 26 May 1944 
					1139 (MSN DHC-1478) To RAF as FH626; to Canadian AF as 1275 on 28 Mar 1942; w/o 30 Jun 1944
					1140 (MSN DHC-1479) To RAF as FH627; to Canadian AF as 1276 on 28 Mar 1942; w/o 30 Jun 1944 
					1141 (MSN DHC-1480) To RAF as FH628; to Canadian AF as 1277 on 28 Mar 1942; w/o 30 Jun 1944 
					1142 (MSN DHC-1481) To RAF as FH629; to Canadian AF as 1278 on 28 Mar 1942; wfu; to CF-CVZ on 14 Nov 1944; wfu after 1976 
					1143 (MSN DHC-1482) To RAF as FH630; to Canadian AF as 1279 on 28 Mar 1942; w/o 25 Jun 1942 at Goderich, Canada 
					1144 (MSN DHC-1483) To RAF as FH631; to Canadian AF as 1280 on 28 Mar 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945 
					1145 (MSN DHC-1484) To RAF as FH632; to Canadian AF as 1281 on 28 Mar 1942; w/o 30 Jun 1944 
					1146 (MSN DHC-1485) To RAF as FH633; to Canadian AF as 1282 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 26 Aug 1943
					1147 (MSN DHC-1486) To RAF as FH634; to Canadian AF as 1283 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 30 Jun 1944 
					1148 (MSN DHC-1487) To RAF as FH635; to Canadian AF as 1284 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu; to CF-BSX on 25 Sep 1945; wfu Dec 1948 
						Derelict at TeRebonne Dec 9, 1948
					1149 (MSN DHC-1488) To RAF as FH636; to Canadian AF as 1285 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu 26 May 1944 
					1150 (MSN DHC-1489) To RAF as FH637; to Canadian AF as 1286 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 30 Jun 1944 
					1151 (MSN DHC-1490) To RAF as FH638; to Canadian AF as 1287 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu; to CF-CTE on 25 Sep 1945; wfu by 1976 
					1152 (MSN DHC-1491) To RAF as FH639; to Canadian AF as 1288 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 26 May 1944 
					1153 (MSN DHC-1492) To RAF as FH640; to Canadian AF as 1289 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 26 May 1944 
					1154 (MSN DHC-1493) To RAF as FH641; to Canadian AF as 1290 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu 10 Feb 1945 
					1155 (MSN DHC-1494) To RAF as FH642; to Canadian AF as 1291 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 30 Jun 1944 
					1156 (MSN DHC-1495) To RAF as FH643; to Canadian AF as 1292 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 29 Nov 1943 at Goderich, Canada
					1157 (MSN DHC-1496) To RAF as FH644; to Canadian AF as 1293 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 26 May 1944 
					1158 (MSN DHC-1497) To RAF as FH645; to Canadian AF as 1294 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 20 Oct 1942 at Goderich, Canada 
					1159 (MSN DHC-1498) To RAF as FH646; to Canadian AF as 1295 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu; to CF-BEK on 1 Jun 1945; to N882EK; wfu
					1160 (MSN DHC-1499) To RAF as FH647; to Canadian AF as 1296 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu 8 Feb 1945 
					1161 (MSN DHC-1500) To RAF as FH648; to Canadian AF as 1297 on 8 Apr 1942; w/o 8 Jul 1944 at Goderich, Canada 
					1162 (MSN DHC-1501) To RAF as FH649; to Canadian AF as 1298 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu 9 Sep 1943 
					1163 (MSN DHC-1502) To RAF as FH650; to Canadian AF as 1299 on 8 Apr 1942; wfu 23 Jan 1945 
42-1164/1743		Vultee BT-13A
				Model 54.  Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				1167 W/o 9 Jul 1943 at Coffeyville AAF, KS
				1169 W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Goodland, KS 
				1172 W/o 31 May 1943 at Coffeyville AAF, KS
				1175 W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Curtis Field, TX
				1183 W/o 7 Apr 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
				1185 W/o 2 Jul 1944 at Hayden, AZ 
				1189 W/o 21 Sep 1943 at Shorter Field, AL 
				1191 W/o 29 Nov 1943 at Crosville, TN 
				1205 W/o 20 Mar 1943 at Arkansas City, KS 
				1213 W/o 24 May 1944 at Highland AAAF, CA 
				1214 W/o 15 Feb 1943 at Toyah AAAF, TX 
				1218 W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Vaiden, MS 
				1227 W/o 15 Feb 1944 at Strother AAAF, KS 
				1230 W/o 6 Apr 1944 at Winfield, KS
				1231 W/o 14 Apr 1942 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
				1238 W/o 13 May 1944 at Newport AAF, AR
				1239 W/o 21 Jan 1943 at Newport, AR 
				1240 W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Newport AAF, AR 
				1245 W/o 27 Apr 1943 at Prairie Du Rocher, IL 
				1252 W/o 31 Dec 1943 at Strother AAF, KS 
				1255 W/o 28 Feb 1943 at Strother AAF, KS 
				1256 W/o 16 Jul 1944 at Kerrville, TX 
				1257 W/o 14 Jan 1943 at Lancaster, CA 
				1262 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1263 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1264 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1265 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1266 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1267 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1268 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1269 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1270 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1271 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1272 W/o 19 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1273 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at Weiner, AR 
				1276 W/o 16 Nov 1943 at Newport AAF, AR 
				1284 W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
				1287 W/o 8 Jul 1943 at Friant Dam, CA 
				1290 (MSN 8042) to civil registry as N67496 feb 6, 1954.  In 1972 noted at Sweet's Flying service, Visalia,
					California as a roadside beer advertisement.  Currently airworthy.
				1295 W/o 28 Mar 1943 at Merced, CA 
				1297 W/o 30 Nov 1944 at Andalusia, AL 
				1299 W/o 2 Oct 1944 at Bainbridge AAF, GA 
				1305 W/o 15 Apr 1943 at Newport AAF, AR 
				1307 W/o 28 Sep 1943 at Robins AAAF, TX 
				1312 W/o 26 Jun 1944 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
				1313 W/o 23 Apr 1943 at Waco AAF, TX 
				1320 W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
				1324 W/o 17 Nov 1943 at Malden AAF, MO; repaired (?); w/o 30 Aug 1944 at Gardner Field, CA 
				1327 (MSN 8091) to CAA as NC274
				1338 W/o 4 Mar 1943 at Strother AAAF #3, KS 
				1341 W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1352 (MSN 9102) registered as N93, current
				1357 (MSN 74-5196) To Bolivian AF as 105 in Feb 1943
				1358 (MSN 74-5197) To Bolivian AF as 106 in Feb 1943
				1359 (MSN 74-5198) To Bolivian AF as 107 in Feb 1943
				1360 (MSN 74-5199) To Bolivian AF as 108 in Feb 1943
				1361 (MSN 74-5200) To Bolivian AF as 109 in Feb 1943
				1362 (MSN 74-5201) To Bolivian AF as 110 in Feb 1943
				1363 (MSN 74-5202) To Bolivian AF as 111 in Feb 1943
				1364 Lend-Lease to Paraguay as 0061
				1365 Lend-Lease to Paraguay as 0063
				1366 Lend-Lease to Paraguay as 0065
				1367 Lend-Lease to Paraguay as 0067
				1369 Lend-Lease to Paraguay as 0069.  W/o 4 Jul 1943 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1370 W/o 22 Jan 1944 at Vaiden, MS 
				1371 W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1373 W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1375 W/o 14 Apr 1943 at McLemore AAAF, AL 
				1387 W/o 10 Jul 1943 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1388 W/o 7 Apr 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1391 W/o 14 May 1943 at Cottage Grove, OR 
				1395 crashed Jul 9, 1943 in Santa Catalina Mountains 20 mi N of Tucson, AZ.  Both crew onboard killed.
				1407 W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Tchuka AAAF, MS 
				1409 W/o 10 May 1943 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1411 W/o 12 Jan 1943 at Winfield, KS 
				1418 W/o 11 May 1943 at Stout Field, IN 
				1420 W/o 16 May 1944 at Lancaster, CA 
				1423 W/o 3 Feb 1943 at Helendale, CA 
				1425 (MSN 8189) to FAA as NC316
				1426 W/o 28 May 1943 at War Eagle Field, CA 
				1429 W/o at Andalusia, AL
				1430 W/o 6 Jun 1944 at Black Hawk, MS 
				1434 W/o 29 Oct 1943 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1435 (MSN 5274) to civil registry as N11FW.  Underwent restoration in 1988 by Southern Minnesota Wing of
					Confederate AF.
				1439 W/o 15 Feb 1944 at Strother Field, KS 
				1443 W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Strother Field, KS 
				1450 W/o 1 Feb 1943 at Lancaster, CA 
				1457 W/o 10 Mar 1944 at Semi Tropic Aux, CA 
				1459 W/o 24 Jun 1943 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1469 W/o 11 Jun 1944 at Cherokee, AL 
				1470 W/o 27 Oct 1943 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1472 W/o 4 Mar 1943 at Garden City, KS 
				1477 W/o 19 Nov 1943 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1499 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1500 W/o 23 May 1943 at Strother AAF, KS 
				1511 W/o 6 Feb 1944 at Gardner Field, CA
				1512 W/o 7 Jan 1945 at Taft, CA 
				1520 W/o 13 Feb 1945 at Frankfort, IN 
				1521 W/o 24 Jun 1943 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1527 W/o 16 Jan 1944 at Oakland, MS 
				1531 W/o 10 Feb 1943 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1535 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Deatsville AAAF, AL 
				1536 W/o 9 Jan 1945 at Greenville AAB, MS 
				1544 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Tallulah, LA 
				1545 W/o 20 Mar 1943 at Greenwood AAF, MS 
				1553 W/o 7 Jun 1943 at Courtalnd AAF, AL 
				1554 W/o 7 Jun 1943 at Courtland AAF, AL
				1561 W/o 19 Jun 1943 at Mount Calm, TX 
				1572 (MSN 8386) W/o 26 Feb 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ; repaired (?); wfu; to CAA as NC329 in 1946
				1573 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Sahuaro AAAF, AZ 
				1574 stored as wreck at Falcon Field, AZ
				1575 W/o 18 Sep 1943 at Picacho AAAF, AZ 
				1585 W/o 30 Jul 1943 at Courtland AAF, AL 
				1590 W/o 10 Jan 1944 at Ark City, KS
				1591 W/o 26 Feb 1944 at Welch, OK 
				1593 W/o 22 May 1943 at Coffeyville, KS 
				1594 W/o 7 Jun 1943 at Garden City, KS 
				1598 (MSN 5111) to Peruvian AF Feb 1943 as 28-3-13
				1599 (MSN 5112) to Peruvian AF Feb 1943 as 28-3-14
				1600 (MSN 5113) to Peruvian AF Feb 1943 as 28-3-15
				1601 (MSN 5114) to Peruvian AF Feb 1943 as 28-3-16
				1602 (MSN 5115) to Peruvian AF Feb 1943 as 28-3-17
				1603 (MSN 5116) to Peruvian AF Feb 1943 as 28-3-18
				1608 W/o 9 Oct 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
				1609 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Marana AAF, AZ 
				1613 W/o 7 May 1943 at Sahuaro Field, AZ 
				1618 W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Courtland AAF, AL 
				1624 W/o 10 Mar 1943 at Trinity, AL 
				1627 W/o 14 Apr 1944 at Oregon, IL 
				1630 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Strother AAF, KS 
				1636 (MSM 8557) registered as N56985, current 2017
				1639 Delivered to USAF Jan 13, 1943.  To 3026th AAF Base Unit, Merced AAF, CA Jan 13, 1943
					Jan 1945 to 3021st AAF Base Unit (ATC), Las Vegas AAF, NV.  On Apr 7, 1945 to Reconstruction 
					Finance Corp. facility, Phoenix, AZ and dropped from USAF inventory as surplus
					On display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.
				1660 W/o 13 Apr 1943 at Garden City AAAF #1, KS 
				1663 W/o 18 May 1943 at Rexford, KS 
				1677 W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
				1680 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Kansas City, MO 
				1681 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Love Field, TX 
				1683 W/o 9 Jul 1943 at Newport AAF, AR 
				1684 (MSN 8718) to CAA as NC276 in 1946
				1688 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Strother AAF, KS 
				1690 W/o 4 Mar 1943 at Guymon, OK 
				1697 W/o 3 Apr 1943 at Rosamond Dry Lake, CA 
				1704 W/o 20 Nov 1943 at War Eagle Field, CA 
				1705 W/o 18 Sep 1943 at Tuckerman, AR 
				1708 W/o 21 Sep 1944 at Gunter Field, AL
				1711 W/o 30 Jun 1943 at Amagon AAAF, AR 
				1720 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Garden City, KS 
				1722 W/o 20 May 1943 at Ralston, OK 
				1723 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				1726 W/o 14 Aug 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
				1731 W/o 8 Jun 1944 at Garden City AAAF #3, KS 
				1732 W/o 26 Jul 1944 at Gardner Field, CA 
				1737 W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Fisher, AR 
42-1744/2063		Vultee BT-15
				Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				1746 crashed Aug 14, 1943 8 mi S of Gardner Field, CA
				1756 W/o 5 Nov 1942 at Pearson, TX 
				1758 crashed and burned 1 mi N of Breckenridge AAF E of Enid, OK Dec 16, 1943.
				1760 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
				1763 W/o 1 Jul 1943 at Randolph Field, TX
				1778 W/o 8 May 1943 at Bainbridge, GA 
				1782 W/o 1 Aug 1943 at Bainbridge AAF, GA 
				1795 W/o 5 Feb 1944 at Blythe AAF, CA 
				1798 destroyed in training crash at Paradise Valle, Arizona Mar 27, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				1810 W/o 2 Sep 1943 at Bainbridge AAF, GA 
				1814 W/o 20 Oct 1942 at Thomaston, GA 
				1820 W/o 25 Jul 1943 at Zuehl Field, TX 
				1821 W/o 2 Aug 1944 at Seguin, TX 
				1827 Lend-Lease to Colombia as FAC 27
				1828 Lend-Lease to Colombia as FAC 28
				1829 W/o 11 Dec 1942 at Mirage Lake, CA 
				1832 W/o 28 Feb 1943 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				1833 W/o 10 Nov 1942 at Harpers Lake, CA 
				1835 W/o 12 May 1943 at Roswell AAF, NM 
				1841 W/o 14 Feb 1943 at Fowlstown, GA 
				1843 W/o 2 Apr 1943 at Madison, GA 
				1846 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
				1847 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				1856 W/o 24 Jun 1943 at Hobbs, NM 
				1857 W/o 31 Jan 1944 at Phoenix, AZ 
				1861 W/o 25 Jan 1943 at 60 miles from Roswell, NM 
				1863 W/o 24 Jan 1943 at Roswell, NM 
				1866 W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Enid, OK 
				1868 Lend-Lease to Colombia as FAC 68
				1869 Lend-Lease to Colombia as FAC 69
				1879 W/o 23 Mar 1944 at Enid AAF, OK 
				1880 struck poser lines and crased near the Arkansas River in Saltfork,
					Oklahoma while flying from Enid AAF to Winfield,
					Kansas Dec 22, 1942.  Pilot was killed.
				1885 W/o 30 Nov 1942 at Anthony, KS 
				1886 W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Enid, OK 
				1889 W/o 27 Feb 1944 at Helm AAAF, CA 
				1890 W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Hardwick, CA 
				1891 W/o 22 Apr 1943 at Garden City, KS 
				1894 W/o 26 Nov 1943 at Helm AAAF, CA 
				1896 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Santa Maria AAB, CA 
				1903 W/o 25 Oct 1942 at New Orleans AAB, LA 
				1906 W/o 25 Nov 1942 at Grand Ridge, FL 
				1909 W/o 3 Jul 1943 at Waynoka, OK 
				1910 W/o 21 Dec 1943 at Anthony, KS 
				1915 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
				1916 W/o 28 Jan 1944 at Enid AAF, OK 
				1921 W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Indian AAAF, CA 
				1936 W/o 25 Aug 1943 at Bainbridge AAAF, GA 
				1941 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
				1943 W/o 14 Jan 1943 at Carrier AAAF, OK 
				1945 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Woodring AAAF, OK 
				1946 crashed 5 mi N of Curtis Field, Brady, TX Apr 29, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				1947 W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
				1948 W/o 11 Jan 1943 at Coalinga, CA 
				1964 W/o 14 Dec 1942 at Bainbridge AAF, GA 
				1980 W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Lemoore, CA 
				1993 W/o 4 Jun 1943 at Bainbridge AAF, GA 
				2002 W/o 27 Apr 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
				2003 W/o 23 Mar 1944 at Enid AAF, OK 
				2027 Lend-Lease to Colombia as FAC 027
				2028 Lend-Lease to Colombia as FAC 028
				2036 W/o 13 Jul 1943 at Bison, OK 
				2042 W/o 8 Dec 1942 at Lemoore AAF, CA 
				2052 W/o 9 Mar 1944 at Carrollton, MS 
				2056 W/o 1 Sep 1943 at Enid AAF, OK 
				2057 Lend-Lease to Brazil.  W/o 26 Feb 1943 at Guthrie, OK 
42-2064/2413		Beechcraft AT-10-BH
				MSN 2607/2956.  Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				2064 (MSN 2607) W/o 23 Mar 1944 at Vernon, IN 
				2066 (MSN 2609) W/o 16 Jun 1944 at Blytheville AAF, AR 
				2067 (MSN 2610) W/o 16 Oct 1943 at Blackland AAAF #3, TX 
				2074 (MSN 2617) W/o 2 Dec 1943 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2079 (MSN 2622) W/o 9 Sep 1943 at George Field, IL 
				2080 (MSN 2623) W/o 21 Apr 1944 at Emison AAAF #1, IN 
				2090 (MSN 2633) W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Temple, TX 
				2091 (MSN 2634) W/o 8 Apr 1944 at Columbus AAAF #3, MS 
				2097 (MSN 2640) W/o 10 Jan 1945 at South City, IN 
				2099 (MSN 2642) W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Carthage, IN 
				2103 (MSN 2646) W/o 25 Feb 1944 at Raywood, TX 
				2111 (MSN 2654) W/o 10 Jul 1944 at Cooter AAAF, MO 
				2116 (MSN 2659) W/o 27 Dec 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
				2123 (MSN 2666) W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Walesboro AAAF, IN 
				2126 (MSN 2669) W/o 18 Sep 1943 at Freeman AAF, IN 
				2137 (MSN 2680) W/o 22 Mar 1945 at Osceola, AR 
				2141 (MSN 2684) W/o 14 Dec 1943 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2145 (MSN 2688) W/o 24 May 1944 at Sturrgard AAF, AR 
				2154 (MSN 2697) W/o 24 Oct 1943 at Blackland AAF, TX; repaired (?); w/o 30 Jul 1944 at Wabbaseks, AR 
				2156 (MSN 2699) W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Arkadelphia, AR 
				2158 (MSN 2701) W/o 27 Apr 1944 at Carlisle AAAF, AR 
				2161 (MSN 2704) W/o 4 Aug 1944 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2166 (MSN 2709) W/o 2 Jun 1944 at Blytheville AAF, AR 
				2174 (MSN 2717) W/o 6 Jan 1944 at Blackland AAF, TX 
				2181 (MSN 2724) W/o 25 Jul 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
				2182 (MSN 2725) W/o 23 Jun 1944 at Jonesville, IN 
				2183 (MSN 2726) W/o 12 Jul 1944 at Hazen AAAF, AR 
				2194 (MSN 2737) W/o 17 Oct 1943 at Manila AAAF, AR 
				2201 (MSN 2744) W/o 1 Dec 1944 at Moro, AR 
				2205 (MSN 2748) W/o 10 Jul 1944 at Hazen AAAF, AR 
				2215 (MSN 2758) W/o 1 Mar 1944 at Hazen AAAF 
				2221 (MSN 2764) W/o 13 Jan 1944 at Stuttgart, AR 
				2223 (MSN 2766) W/o 19 May 1944 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2230 (MSN 2773) W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Bridgeport, IL 
				2240 (MSN 2783) W/o 6 Mar 1944 at Chesterfield, IL 
				2242 (MSN 2785) W/o 29 Dec 1943 at George Field, IL 
				2244 (MSN 2787) W/o 14 Jan 1945 at Drummons, TN 
				2260 (MSN 2803) W/o 13 Nov 1943 at St Ann AAAF, IN 
				2266 (MSN 2809) W/o 3 Aug 1943 at Matagorda Island, TX
				2272 (MSN 2815) experimentally fitted with V-tail in 1945 and redesignated XAT-10A.
				2277 (MSN 2820) W/o 11 May 1944 at Stuttgart AAF, AR
				2281 (MSN 2824) W/o 23 Jan 1944 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2285 (MSN 2828) W/o 7 May 1944 at Foster AAF, TX 
				2287 (MSN 2830) W/o 21 Sep 1944 at Kelly Field, TX 
				2290 (MSN 2833) W/o 18 Sep 1943 at Camden, AR 
				2304 (MSN 2847) W/o 29 Nov 1943 at Stuttgart, AR 
				2305 (MSN 2848) W/o 14 Dec 1943 at Stewart Field, NY 
				2315 (MSN 2858) W/o 31 Jan 1944 at Stewart Field, NY 
				2320 (MSN 2863) W/o 12 Nov 1943 at Stewart Field, NY 
				2337 (MSN 2880) W/o 5 Nov 1943 at George Field, IL 
				2344 (MSN 2887) W/o 6 Dec 1943 at George Field, IL 
				2355 (MSN 2898) W/o 30 Oct 1944 at Valdosta, GA 
				2359 (MSN 2902) W/o 8 Feb 1944 at Freeman Field, IN 
				2361 (MSN 2904) W/o 2 May 1944 at Freeman Field, IN 
				2365 (MSN 2908) W/o 21 Nov 1943 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2370 (MSN 2913) W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Hazen AAAF, AR
				2371 (MSN 2914) W/o 6 Apr 1944 at Shaw Field, SC 
				2374 (MSN 2917) W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2377 (MSN 2920) W/o 24 Jan 1944 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2382 (MSN 2925) W/o 25 Jan 1944 at George Field, IL 
				2385 (MSN 2928) W/o 12 Aug 1944 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2392 (MSN 2935) W/o 30 Sep 1943 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				2396 (MSN 2939) W/o 17 Oct 1943 at Temple, TX 
				2398 (MSN 2941) W/o 6 Sep 1943 at Brooks AAAF #4, TX; repaired (?); w/o 19 Jul 1944 at Freeman Field, IN 
				2405 (MSN 2948) W/o 3 Jun 1944 at Turner AAAF #3, GA 
				2413 (MSN 2956) W/o 15 Jun 1944 at Hornersville, AR 
42-2414			Beech AT-7B
				MSN 4790.  To CC-CLN, LV-ZIS
42-2415/2513		Beech AT-7
				Redesignated T-7 in 1948.  Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				2415 (MSN 4095) to Chinese AF
				2416 (MSN 4096) to Chinese AF
				2417 (MSN 4097) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11646 in 1952.
				2419 (MSN 4244) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11479 in 1952.
				2420 (MSN 4245) transferred to US Navy as SNB-2 BuNo 12366.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11647 in 1952.
				2421 (MSN 4246) W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Whartom, TX 
				2422 (MSN 4247) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11648 in 1952.
				2423 (MSN 4103) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11508 in 1952.
				2424 (MSN 4104) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11843 in 1953.
				2425 (MSN 4105) W/o 5 Feb 1943 at Clinton, IL 
				2426 (MSN 4258) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10925 in 1954.
				2427 (MSN 4107) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11649 in 1952.
				2428 (HQ 8th AF) DBR at Hethel, England May 24, 1945
				2429 used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight and w/o in landing accident at Horsham St. Faith in England Oct 21, 1944
				2430 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2431 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2433 (MSN 4113, 2346 AFRTC) damaged in takeoff accident at Hamilton AFB, CA Oct 1, 1950.  Remanufactured by 
					Beech as C-45G 51-11889 in 1953
				2434 (MSN 4114) W/o 15 Jul 1944 at Spearfish, SD; repaired (?); wfu; to ZP-CBF
				2435 to Mexican AF Aug 1942 as FAM-1
				2436 to Mexican AF Aug 1942 as FAM-2
				2437 (MSN 4259) To US Navy as SNB-2 67174; conv to SNB-5
				2438 MSN 4260. (3380 AMS/3380 AMG) forcelanded 25 mi E of Lafayette, LA May 20, 1951.  To civil registry as
					N8073H.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
				2439 (MSN 4261, 2589 AFRTC) damaged in landing accident at Dobbins AFB, GA May 20, 1951.  Remanufactured by
					Beech as C-45H 52-10922 in 1954 
				2440 (MSN 4262) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11650 in 1952.
				2441 (MSN 4263) Lend Lease to Brazil
				2442 (MSN 4264) to Colombian AF
				2443 (MSN 4265) to Chilean AF
				2445 (MSN 4125) W/o 24 Dec 1942 at Eagle Pass, TX 
				2446 (MSN 4126) W/o 27 May 1943 at Bryan, TX 
				2447 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2448 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2449 (MSN 4129) 
				2450 (MSN 4130) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10839
				2453 (MSN 4133) damaged in takeoff accident at Ontario Airport, CA Jan 25, 1950.  Remanufactured by Beech as
					51-11505 in 1952.
				2455 (MSN 4135) damaged in landing accident at Memphis MAP, TN Jan 7, 1950.  To N6781C.  Remanufactured
					by Beech as TC-45G 51-11504 in 1952.
				2456 (MSN 4136) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11652 in 1952.
				2457 (MSN 4137) to civil registry as N31 in 1946, to N52 in 1951, to N312 in 1951.  Preserved at Forney
					Transportation Museum, Denver, Colorado
				2458 (MSN 4138) To US Navy as SNB-2 67292; conv to SNB-5
				2459 (MSN 4139) to Brazil
				2460 (MSN 4140) To US Navy as SNB-2 67157
				2461 (MSN 4141) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11653 in 1952
				2462 (MSN 4142) W/o 7 Jul 1944 at Cliff, TX 
				2463 (NSN 4143) W/o 30 Mar 1943 at Mountain Home, TX 
				2464 (MSN 4272) to Chinese AF
				2465 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2466 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2467 (MSN 4275) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11654 in 1972.
				2468 (MSN 4144) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11470 in 1952.
				2469 (MSN 4145) W/o 14 Jun 1943 at Hammond, LA 
				2470 (MSN 4146) remanufactured by Beech to C-45H 52-10571
				2472 (MSN 4148) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11696 in 1952.
				2473 (MSN 4149) to Argentine AF
				2474 (MSN 4150) modified and redesignated UC-45D.  To N1065
				2475 (MSN 4151) W/o 24 Aug 1943 at Moody Field, GA 
				2476 (MSN 4152) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11697 in 1952.
				2477 (MSN 4153) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11698 in 1952.
				2478 (2536 BU) crashed 5 mi NW of South Bend, IN May 12, 1945
				2479 (MSN 4155, 2472 AFRTC) damaged in landing accident at NAS Olathe, KS Dec 16, 1950.  Remanufactured by Beech 
					as C-45H 52-10841 in 1954.
				2480 (MSN 4156) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11699 in 1952.
				2481 (MSN 4157) (44 AAFBU) damaged in landing accident at Craig Field, AL Dec 23, 1946.  To N6280C
				2482 (MSN 4158) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11700 in 1952
				2483 (MSN 4159) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10838 in 1954.
				2484 (MSN 4160) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10622 in 1953
				2486 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2487 Lend-Lease to Brazil
				2488 (MSN 4164) to N58911, N451HC, N58911
				2489 (MSN 4165) (2471 AFRTC) forcelanded at Chicago O'Hare Airport, IL Jul 6, 1950.  Remanufactured by
					Beech as C-45H 52-10817 in 1954.
				2490 (MSN 4166)  rebuilt Apr 1952 as C-45G 51-11701 with MSN AF-258.
				2491 (MSN 4167) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11702 in 1952.
				2493 (MSN 4169) (303 AAFBU) crashed 4 mi NE of Gallatin, TN Jan 28, 1946.
				2494 (MSN 4170) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11481 in 1952.
				2495 (MSN 4171) to N8023H
				2496 (MSN 4172) damaged in taxi accident with 433 CTG HQ Sq at Biggs Field, TX Nov 16, 1943.
				 	Converted from AT-7 in 1951.  Damaged at Donaldson AFB, SC Jul 7, 1951 in ground
					accident.
				2497 (MSN 4173) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11703 in 1952
				2499 (MSN 4175) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11704 in 1952.
				2500 (MSN 4176) to NC53203, N1181
				2501 (MSN 4177) to US Navy as SNB-2 67290.
				2502 (MSN 4178) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11474.
				2503 (MSN 4179) to Chinese AF
				2504 (MSN 4180) to Chinese AF
				2505 (MSN 4181) (1 ATG) missing in CBI Theatre May 16, 1944
				2506 (MSN 4182) to Chinese AF
				2507 (MSN 4183) to Chinese Nationalist AF as AT-110, to B-203 with Far Eastern Air Transport, Taipei 
				2509 (MSN 4185) to Royal Navy as FR880, based at NAS Anacostia, NAS Patuxent River.  Returned to
					USAAF in 1946.  To NC20, N20, N20D, N79MB.  Current in 2011
				2510 (MSN 4186) remanufactured by Beecn as C-45G 51-11705
				2511 (MSN 4187) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10828 in 1954.
				2512 (MSN 4188) to PI-C397.  Ditched off Siquedor Island, Negros, Phillippines Jul 14, 1964.
				2513 (MSN 4189) to NX51800, N51800.  Seen derelict in Goldman aircraft parts storage yard, Salisbury, MD in 2002.
42-2514/2961		Fairchild PT-19A-FA
				Dispositions from Jos Heyman
				2514 W/o 14 May 1942 at Francena AAAF #2, T
				2516 W/o 15 Jun 1944 at Francena, TX 
				2517 W/o 30 Dec 1942 at Eureka, TX 
				2518 ground-looped on takeoff 3/11/1943 Marianna, FL
				2520 W/o 13 Jul 1942 at Cimarron Field, OK 
				2523 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at Mustang Field, OK 
				2524 W/o 13 Jul 1942 at Cimarron Field, OK 
				2525 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Grider Field, AR 
				2539 W/o 30 Jun 1943 at Bertrand Field, MO 
				2540 W/o 25 Aug 1943 at La Forge, MO 
				2560 W/o 26 May 1942 at Moscow, AR 
				2562 W/o 29 Jun 1942 at Long AAAF, AR 
				2566 W/o 13 May 1943 at Hot Springs, AR 
				2570 W/o 31 Jul 1942 at Grider Field, AR 
				2574 W/o 30 Jul 1942 at Moscow, AR 
				2576 W/o 13 Apr 1943 at Matthews Field, MO
				2579 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 41, later 0191.
				2580 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 42, later 0192.
				2581 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 43, later 0193.
				2582 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 44, later 0194.
				2583 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 60, later 0195.
				2584 W/o 7 Jan 1943 at Kelly Field, TX 
				2591 W/o 3 Mar 1943 at Kelly Field, TX 
				2593 W/o 12 Oct 1942 at Kelly AAAF #5, TX 
				2597 W/o 1 Jan 1943 at Kelly Field, TX 
				2600 W/o 10 Apr 1943 at Wetmore, TX 
				2601 W/o 4 Jun 1942 at Brooks Field, TX 
				2604 W/o 10 Sep 1942 at Ballinger, TX 
				2613 W/o 11 Mar 1943 at Coleman, TX 
				2616 W/o 10 Jun 1943 at Coleman AAAF #2, TX 
				2618 W/o 22 Mar 1943 at Coleman AAAF 2, TX 
				2620 W/o 28 Nov 1942 at Francena AAF #2, TX 
				2623 W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Bruce Field, TX 
				2626 W/o 3 Oct 1942 at Verden, OK 
				2628 W/o 25 Apr 1942 at Chickasha Field, OK 
				2631 W/o 9 Feb 1943 at Chickasha AAAF #3, OK 
				2633 W/o 5 Jan 1943 at Garner Field, TX 
				2637 W/o 2 Nov 1942 at Victory Field, TX 
				2646 W/o 23 Jun 1943 at Melvin, TX 
				2647 W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Herring Field, TX 
				2658 W/o 18 Nov 1942 at Hrdlicka AAAF,TX 
				2663 W/o 22 Apr 1942 at Palmetto, GA 
				2671 W/o 21 Apr 1943 at Coleman, TX 
				2673 W/o 13 Apr 1943 at Satellite Field, TX 
				2674 W/o 23 Jun 1942 at Francena AAAF #2, TX 
				2675 W/o 9 Mar 1943 at Francena AAAF #1, TX 
				2676 W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Fort Stockton, TX 
				2679 W/o 21 Jun 1942 at Francena, TX 
				2681 W/o 12 Apr 1943 at Francena Field, TX
				2684 W/o 28 May 1943 at Chickasha, OK 
				2693 W/o 27 Apr 1942 at Camp Crowder, MO 
				2695 W/o 5 Aug 1942 at Cimarron Field, OK 
				2712 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Stamford-Arledge Field, TX 
				2728 W/o 21 Mar 1945 at Shingbwiyang, Burma 
				2731 W/o 14 Jul 1944 at Alamo Field, TX 
				2736 W/o 20 Jul 1942 at Matthews Field, MO 
				2739 W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Curtiss Steinberg Field, IL 
				2746 W/o 27 Mar 1943 at Marianna, AR 
				2752 W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Angus, TX 
				2758 W/o 23 Jun 1944 at Bruce Field, TX 
				2759 W/o 24 Jun 1942 at Sherman Field, KS 
				2772 W/o 29 Jun 1942 at Sherman Field, KS 
				2773 W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Muskogee AAAF #1, OK 
				2774 W/o 12 Jun 1942 at Sherman Field, KS 
				2780 W/o 25 Aug 1943 at Ft Stockton, TX 
				2796 W/o 8 Oct 1942 at Bastrop, LA 
				2802 on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, GA in 2009
				2803 W/o 28 Mar 1943 at Bruce Field, TX 
				2807 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Bruce Field, TX 
				2810 W/o 10 Dec 1942 at Jones Field, TX 
				2824 W/o 9 Nov 1943 at Francena, TX 
				2829 W/o 8 May 1944 at Spur, TX 
				2844 W/o 17 May 1943 at Francena AAAF #2, TX 
				2845 W/o 14 May 1943 at Francena AAAF #2, TX 
				2847 W/o 13 Nov 1942 at Francena Field, TX 
				2848 W/o 13 Nov 1942 at Francena AAAF #2, TX 
				2849 W/o 13 Nov 1942 at Francena Field, TX 
				2853 hard landing Corsicana Field, TX 3/11/1943.  W/o 11 Mar 1943 at Francena Field, TX
				2854 W/o 14 Mar 1943 at Satellite Field, TX 
				2856 W/o 12 Sep 1942 at Francena, TX 
				2861 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Francena AAAF #3, TX 
				2873 W/o 28 Aug 1942 at Muskogee, OK 
				2883 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Cimmarron Field, OK 
				2887 W/o 27 Jun 1942 at Grider Field, AR 
				2895 to civil registry as N57771.
				2897 W/o 27 May 1943 at Grider Field, AR 
				2901 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Mathews Field, AR 
				2911 W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Hudson AAAF, TX 
				2915 W/o 25 Apr 1944 at Avoca, TX 
				2921 W/o 13 May 1943 at Uvalde AAAF #3, TX 
				2922 W/o 8 Jan 1943 at Garner Field, TX 
				2923 (MSN T42-3011) assigned to US Embassy, London, UK.  Crashed Jun 29 1946 at Exeter, Devon, UK
				2926 W/o 28 Dec 1943 at Garner Field, TX 
				2927 W/o 21 Apr 1944 at Victory Field, TX 
				2929 W/o 3 May 1943 at Victory Field, TX 
				2934 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 45, later 0196.
				2935 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 46, later 0197.
				2936 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 47, later 0198.
				2937 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 48, later 0199.
				2938 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 49, later 0200.
				2939 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 50, later 0201.
				2940 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 51, later 0202
				2941 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 52, later 0203
				2942 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 53, later 0204
				2943 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 54, later 0205.
				2944 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 55, later 0206.
				2945 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 56, later 0207.
				2946 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 57, later 0208.
				2947 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 58, later 0209
				2948 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 59, later 0210.
				2954 W/o 20 May 1943 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO 
				2955 W/o 18 Sep 1942 at Harvey Parks Airport, MO 
				2959 W/o 3 Sep 1942 at North AAAF, MO 
42-2962/2963		Fairchild PT-23-FA
				2962 (MSN T42-6001) to civil registry as N62476.  Still active
					in 2008.
42-2964/2966		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-1-DL Fortress
				MSN 7900/7902. Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				2964 delivered to Wright Field for test purposes Jan 7, 1942, crashed at Frostburg, Maryland Nov 21, 1943, crew baled out OK. 
					Caused by poor weather and a shortage of gas.
				2965 delivered to Wright Field Jul 20, 1942, sustained a landing accident at Walla Walla Aug 5, 1942, repaired. WO Sep 9, 1944.
				2966 assigned to the 303rd BG, 360th BS at Bangor Sep 18, 1942, transferred to Molesworth Oct 28, 1942, transferred to 
					Combat Crew Replacement Center at Bovingdon as a trainer on Jul 4, 1943. Salvaged in the UK after the war, 
					date not in record..
42-2967/2978		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-5-DL Fortress
				MSN 7903/7914.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				2967 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Shak Hak") lost Feb 16, 1943.  MACR 15116
				2968 delivered to West Pakm Beach Dec 1, 1942; assigned to 12th AF, 97th BG, 342nd BS at Tafaraoui on Feb 17, 1943, 
					transferred to Biskra Dec 25, 1942; transferred to Chateau-du-Rhumel on Feb 8 1943; MIA on mission to 
					Trapani Apr 13, 1943.
				2969 (97th BG, 341st BS) lost Nov 17, 1942.  MACR 15097.
				2970 (91st BG, 324th BS, "Connecticut Yankee") crashed on return at Winchelsea, UK Sep 6, 1943.  Crew OK
				2971 delivered to MAD Aug 20, 1942; transferred to New Castle Oct 10, 1942; assigned to the 8th AF at 
					Wildflower Oct 30, 1942. Never sent to the UK.  To RFC at Arledge 1945.
				2972 delivered to Tulsa Aug 23, 1942; transferred to Amarillo and wirtten off on Dec 17, 1944
				2973 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Iza Vailable") scrapped Aug 2, 1945
				2974 delivered to Geiger Sep 2, 1942; transferred to Ephrata Jan 31, 1943; transferred to Great Falls, Feb 22, 1943; 
					transferred to Dalhart Aug 7, 1943, assigned to 4100 BU at Patterson Aug 21, 1943; assigned to 330 BU at 
					Dyresburg Mar 1, 1944; assigned to 327 BU at Drew May 14, 1944. To RFC at Albuquerque, September 5, 1945.
				2975 (306th BG, 423rd BS) lost Dec 30, 1942.  MACR ???
				2976 delivered to Tulsa Aug 1942; transferred to Lockbourn Oct 18, 1942; transferred to Felts Field Oct 29, 1942; 
					transferred to Salina Dec 16, 1942; transferred to Gowen Mar 21, 1943; transferred to Sioux City Jun 11, 1943; 
					transferred to Geiger Jul 13, 1943; assigned to the 327 BU at Drew Apr 20, 1944. To RFC at Altus Aug 1, 1945.
				2977 delivered to Tulsa Sep 11, 1942; transferred to 351 SD at Pyote Oct 10, 1942; transferred to Grand Island Aug 21, 1942, 
					transferred to Wayne Nov 5, 1942; transferred to Patterson Nov 20, 1942; transferred to Wayne Dec 16, 1942; 
					assigned to 233 BU at Davis Monthan Feb 1, 1943; transferred to Romulus Mar 1, 1943; transferred to New Castle 
					May 5, 1943; transferred to Smyrna Jun 5, 1943; transferred to Roswell Jun 11, 1943; assigned to 327 BU at Drew
					Jun 21, 1943; transferred to Hobbs Jul 7, 1943. To RFC at Kingman, January 13, 1945.
				2978 assigned to 303BG, 369th BS at Wayne Nov 2, 1942; transferred to Mol;esworth Feb 7, 1943; re-assigned to 381st 
					BG, 534th BS at Ridgewell Nov 19, 1943, named ("Sis"). RETUS May 1, 1944. Reclaimed for scrap Sep 3, 1946.
42-2979/3003		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-10-DL Fortress
				MSN 7915/7939.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				2979 (483rd BG, 815th BS) lost Apr 16, 1944.  MACR 3908
				2980 damaged in ground fire at Foggia, Italy Jun 23, 1944
				2981 ('Snoozin' Suzan) delivered to West Palm Beach Jan 7, 1943, assigned to 97th BG, 414th BS at Chateau-du-Rummel Jan 30, 1943, 
					transferred to Pont-du-Fahs Aug 1, 1943, transferred to Depienne Aug 15, 1943, assigned to 99th BG, 348th BS 
					at Oudna Nov 14, 1943, transferred to Tortorella Dec 11, 1943, logged 15 missions. WO Apr 1, 1944, repaired 
					Sep 30, 1944.  Reclaimed for scrap Apr 8, 1945.
				2982 (97th BG, 342nd BS) lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 3684
				2983 delivered to Tulsa Jan 8, 1943, transferred to Pyote Jan 10, 1943, transferred to Pueblo Apr 9, 1943, 
					transferred to Geiger May 8, 1943, transferred to Moses Lake Jul 17, 1943, transferred to Williams Mar 29, 1944, 
					transferred to Albuquerque Aug 10, 1944.  To RFC at Kingman Jul 1945.
				2984 converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft with cameras added and all bombing equipment removed.
					Converted to TB-17F.  Damaged at Clovis AAF, NM Aug 28, 1945.
				2985 (97th BG, 414th BS) shot down by AAA at Naples, Italy Aug 1, 1943.  MACR 355.  5 KIA, 5 POW.
				2986 delivered to Tulsa Oct 21, 1942, transferred to Sioux City Nov 24, 1942, transferred to Gowen Apr 4, 1943, 
					transferred to Wendover May 5, 1943, transferred to Casper Jun 9, 1943, transferred to Smokey Hill Jun 14, 1943, 
					transferred to Sioux City Jul 15, 1943, transferred to Tinker Aug 5, 1943, transferred to Patterson 
					Jan 30, 1944, transferred to Lockburn Sep 28, 1943.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 15, 1945.
				2987 delivered to Tulsa Oct 21, 1942, transferred to Boise Nov 29, 1942. WO Apr 14, 1943
				2988 delivered to Tulsa Oct 29, 1942, transferred to Boise Nov 17, 1942, transferred to Salina Jan 3, 1943, 
					transferred to Walla Walla Mar 21, 1943, transferred to Madras, Oregon Jun 18, 1943, transferred to 
					Ephrata Aug 9, 1943, transferred to Great Bend Aug 26, 1943, transferred to Tinker Jan 6, 1944, transferred 
					to Patterson Feb 14, 1944.  To RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945.
				2989 delivered to Geiger Nov 4, 1942, transferred to Rapid City Dec 30 1942; transferred to Gore Field Mar 5, 1942, 
					transferred to Sioux Falls May 9, 1943, transferred to Moses Lake Jun 6, 1943, transferred to San Marco 
					May 14, 1944, reclaimed for scrap Feb 13, 1946.
				2990 (91st BG, 322nd BS, "Dame Satan") shot down by Oblt von Arnim of 123/5(F) at
					Montroeul-au-Bois, Belgium Aug 17, 1943.  MACR 277.  2 KIA, 4 POW, 4 evaded
				2991 assigned to 95th BG at Geiger Dec 1, 1942, transferred to Rapid City Dec 17, 1942, crashlanded at Pierre 
					Dec 24, 1942, repaired.  WO August 26, 1943.
				2992 delivered to Long Beach Nov 10, 1942, transferred to Tulsa Dec 20, 1942, transferred to Smyrna Jan 23, 1943, 
					transferred to Hobbs Feb 3, 1943, transferred to Pueblo Apr 6, 1943, transferred to Hobbs Apr 24, 1943, 
					transferred to Las Vegas Jun 12, 1943, transferred to Roswell Sep 29, 1943, transferred to Williams 
					Dec 9, 1943, transferred to La Junta Apr 1, 1944.  To RFC at Searcy Field Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets
					Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.
				2993 crashed 30 mi SW of Moses Lake, WA Jun 21, 1943.  All 8 crew killed.
				2994 assigned to 19th BG, 30th BS at Pyote Jun 1, 1943, transferred to Syracuse Apr 9, 1944. To RFC at Altus Jan 7, 1946
				2995 delivered to Gowen Mar 12, 1943, transferred to Pyote Jul 27, 1943, transferred to Walker Jun 11, 1943, 
					transferred to Dalhart Sep 19, 1944. WO Oct 17, 1944, reclaimed for scrap on Jun 7, 1946.
				3000 Del Long Beach 16/11/42; Tulsa 9/1/43; Pueblo 9/4/43; Geiger 25/5/43; Gt Falls 7/6/43; Gore
					1/7/43; Rapid City 26/7/43; force landed Ardmore 24/2/44; Fairport 29/6/44; Selfridge 26/8/44; Biggs
					1/11/44; Jackson 24/2/45; Sioux City 29/8/45; RFC Altus 17/9/45.W/o 24 Feb 1944 at Ardmore AAF, OK 
				3002 303rd BG, 359th BS, "The Old Squaw", then to 427th BS ran out
					of fuel and ditched in English Channel 6 mi SW of Beachy
					Head, UK Sep 6, 1943.  Crew rescued.
42-3004/3038		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-15-DL Fortress
				MSN 7940/7974.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3004 Del Tulsa 3/12/42; Ainsworth 21/1/43; Pierre 9/2/43; Rapid City 28/4/43; Pendleton 8/7/43; crashed two
					miles west of  Pendelton Field, OR Jul 15, 1943; WO 16/7/43.
				3005 Del Tulsa Dec 8, 1942; assigned 508BS/351BG Biggs Jan 19, 1943; damaged in landing Jan 22, 1943,
					at Oscura Tx, bomb range; repaired and detailed Pueblo Mar 27, 1943; Blythe 13/4/43; McClellan 16/5/43;
					Ephrata 19/6/43; Force landed base  Aug 17, 1943;  Force landed Admore, OK Nov 16, 1943; 
					Force landed Tinker Mar 1, 1944; Sioux City Jun 24, 1944; W/o Aug 19, 1944; Reclamation complete Jan 3, 1946.
				3007 ("Delta Rebel No. 2") with 91st BG used by Capt. Clark Gable for several
					combat missions he flew while creating propaganda films.  Del Long Beach Nov 25, 1942; Tulsa Dec 3, 1942; 
					Ainsworth, NB. Jan 20, 1943; Rapid City Apr 10, 1943; Geiger Jun 22, 1943; Harvard Sep 16, 1944; 
					Davis-Monthan Oct 21, 1944; Peterson Dec 7, 1944; Lincoln Jan 23, 1945; To RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				3008 Del Tulsa Dec 3, 1942; Pocatello Dec 31, 1942; Tinker Feb 4, 1943; Pyote Feb 10, 1943; Tinker Aug 5, 1943; Dalhart
					Oct 7, 1943; Dyersburg Oct 14, 1943; force landed Port Columbus Apt Jun 28, 1944; W/o Jul 15, 19/44.
				3010 Del Pyote 30/12/42; Biggs 9/2/43; Dalhart 18/3/43; Tinker 27/3/43; Dalhart 20/4/43; Tinker 7/8/43;
					Dalhart 19/9/44; Eglin 3/3/45; Pueblo 26/4/45; damaged while parked at Kirtland, NM Jun 3, 1945; 
					Damaged while parked in ground collision at Kirtland, NM Jun 3, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				3013 Del Tulsa 7/12/42; Del Monte 31/1/43; Sioux City 6/4/43; Gowen 19/4/43; Rapid City crash landed four miles 
					south east of Sioux City Jul 27, 1943; W/O Aug 5, 1943.
				3014 Del Cheyenne 8/12/42; Pyote 7/1/43; crash landed two miles north west of base Apr 19, 1943 due to loss of 
					power. W/o Apr 27, 19/43.
				3016 Delivered Pocatello 24/12/42; Pyote 22/1/43; f/l base w/Allan Neel 12/4/43; Pratt 14/6/43; Dalhart
					9/7/44; Memphis 2/12/44; Lincoln 6/1/45; 30BS/19BG Pyote 18/3/45; Mines 24/5/45; To RFC Kingman
					Oct 31, 1945.
				3017 Del Blythe 26/1/43; Gulfport 16/3/43; McClellan 16/5/43; Ephrata 12/6/43; Force landed at base 
					Aug 24, 1943; Biggs 29/7/44; W/o at Tatum, NM Dec 5, 1944.
				3019 Del Pyote 26/1/43; Pueblo 10/4/43; Geiger 11/5/43; Ephrata 1/7/43; Force landed Spokane
					Oct 15, 1943; Alexandria 17/1/44; to RFC Altus Sep 19, 1944.
				3022 Del Pyote 26/1/43; Pueblo 6/4/43; Alamogordo 26/4/43; Pyote 15/5/43; crashed 10 miles north east
					base Jul 17, 1943.
				3023 (379th BG, 525th BS, "Boozeness") shot down by Hptm Wilhelm Gath in Fw 190A-5 of JG 267/2
					at Brahe, Germany Jun 25, 1943.  5 KIA, 5 POW.  MACR 1365.
				3024 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Royal Flush*) shot down by Obfw Ulrich in Fw 190A of EprKdo 25 
					1 km SW of Neritz, SH, Germany Jul 25, 1943 on mission to Hamburg, Germany.  7 KIA, 3 POW
				3025 Del Denver 15/1/43; Blythe 19/5/43; Gulfport, La. 8/8/43; Dalhart 17/9/43; W/o Nov 26, 1944 at 
					Georgiana, OH ; Reclamation complete Dec 16, 1944.
				3028  Del Tulsa 11/1/43; Smyrna 1/2/43; Lincoln 21/4/43; Hobbs 7/5/43; Dow 30/5/43; Hobbs 11/6/43;
					Force landed at base 26/6/43; Kelly Jan 2, 1944.  Force landed Hobbs Aux Fd Jan 19, 44; Stinson 21/3/44; 
					Reclamation completed Jan 3, 1946.
				3029 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Wallaroo") lost Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1965
				3030 (FR) lost Apr 4, 1943, South Pacific.  MACR 5662.
				3031 (91st BG, 324th BS, "Nitemare") shot down by Oblt Martin Drewes in Bf 110G-4 of 
					NJF 1/11 between Rotenburg and Visselhovede, Germany Jul 26, 1943.  MACR 201
				3034 (306th BG, 368th BS) lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 15518.
				3035 Del Cheyenne 23/1/43; Gowen 13/2/43; Wendover 14/4/43; Rapid City 2/6/43; Ephrata
					31/7/43; from Smoky Hill 27/1/45 to Texas; Reclamation complete Feb 9, 1945.
				3036 Del Cheyenne 234/1/43; Gowen 13/2/43; Tinker 5/6/43; Dyersburg 17/7/43; W/o Mar 6, 1944 at Princeton, KY .
				3037 (384th BG, 544th BS, "Windy City Avenger") abandoned and
					 crashed at Wakerley, UK while returning from Schweinfurt mission
					Oct 14, 1943.  Crew OK
42-3039/3073		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-20-DL Fortress
				MSN 7975/8009.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3040 (91st BG, 323rd BS, *Miss Ouachita*) shot down Feb 21/22, 1944 by
					German fighter ace Major Heniz Baer, Germany.  MACR 2457.
				3041 (384th BG, 544th BS) ran out of fuel and crashed at Compeigne,
					France Sep 6, 1943 on mission to Stuttgart, Germany.  MACR 773.
					9 POW, 1 evaded.
				3042 (96th BG, 337th BS) lost May 29, 1943 near Clayes, France on mission
					to Rennes.  MACR 3984.  7 KIA 3 POW.
				3043 (91st BG, 401st BS, "Hitler's Gremlin) ran out of fuel and ditched in English
					channel off Uk Aug 17, 1943 on return from Schweinfurt.
					Crew rescued
				3046 (95th BG, 335th BS "That Frisco Kid" later renamed "Old Jackson" then to 351st BG 510th 
					BS "Old Jackson").  Ran out of fuel and crashlanded at Woodbridge, UK Jul 30, 1943.  Crew OK
				3048 (381st BG, 533rd BS) to RFD at Altus, OK Sep 4, 1945
				3049 (305th BG, 422nd BS, "Windy City Challanger") shot down by Oblt. Ivo von Lübich-Edler Milowa in 
					FW-190A of JG 105/2. and exploded at Lieusaint, France Jul 14, 1943. 7 KIA, 4 thrown clear and POW. 
					MACR 64. 
				3051 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Hell's Angels*) returned to USA May 8, 1944.
				3053 (91st BG, 324th BS, "Desperate Journey") shot down by fighters near Wittmund,
					Germany May 21, 1943.  MACR 4438 and 4633.  8 KIA, 2 POW
				3055 delivered Jan 19, 1943, Homestead Jun 19, 1943, assigned 97th BG Cerignola Dec 20, 1943, Amendola
					Jan 16, 1944, transferred to 483rd BG Sterparone Jul 1945.  Salvaged Nov 20, 1945.
				3056 (379th BG, 527th BS, then to 524th BS) shot down by Fw Mader
					in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 76/2 with a rocket at Singhofen, Germany
					Oct 14, 1943.  MACR 955
				3057 (91st BG, 322nd BS) lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1918
				3060 (385th BG, 548th BS "Hell's Belle", then to 91st BG, 401st BS
					"Hell Belle") shot down by Lt Karl-Heinz Kempf in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 26/II and crashlanded at Boich, Gerrmany Dec 1, 1943.  
					MACR 1319.  10 POW.
				3061 to RFC at Altus, OK Oct 4, 1945
				3062 w/o in forced landing on Hayle beach, England Apr 5, 1943
				3063 (94th BG, 410st BS) shot down in attack on Kiel Jun 13, 1943.  1 crew POW, rest KIA.  MACR 6142.
				3065 (2nd BG, 429th BS) damaged by AAA and shot down by BF 109G-6 1
					mi SE of Valle Aurina, Italy Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1529.  5 KIA, 5 POW.
				3067 Del Cheyenne Jan 30, 1943; Walla Walla Mar 5, 1943; Force landed Pendleton, OR Jun 2, 1943; 
					Force landed  Madras, OR Jun 27, 1943.  
				3069 Del Cheyenne Jan 30, 1943; Assigned to 332BS/94BG [XM-A] Bangor Apr 14, 1943; Rougham Jun 1943; transferred to
					544BS/384BG [SU-F] Grafton Underwood Jul 12, 1943, named *Passes Cancelled*. Shot down and 
					crashed in Denmark Jul 25, 1943 on mission to Hamburg, Germany.  10 POW.  No MACR
				3071 (94th BG, 331st BS) shot down by Fw. Wilhelm Flegel von Farnholz of JG 2/6. and Oblt. Georg-Peter 
					Eder of JG 2/12. in Bf 109G-6's at Le Bourget, Paris, France Jul 14, 1943. 3 KIA, 2 POW, 5
					evaded.  MACR 113  
				3072 returned to USA Jun 5, 1944
				3073 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Feb 21, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2463
42-3074/3148		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-25-DL Fortress
				MSN 8010/8084.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3075 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Longhorn*) shot down by AAA and crashed at Wesel, LS. Germany Jul 25, 1943 
					on mission to Hamburg, Germany.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				3076 crashlanded at Hawkinge, UK Jul 28, 1943
				3077 (487th BG) crashed near Ruvo, Italy Nov 28, 1944
				3078 (*Winsome Winn*, 381st BG, 534th BS) shot down by flak and fighters
					and crashed in Schiffweiler, Saarland, Germany Jan 7, 1944.
					2 KIA, 8 POW.  MACR 1873.
				3079 (95th BG, 335th BS, then to 91st BG, 323rd BS) shot down by Uffz Rudolf Wirtgen in Fw 190A of JG 2/1
					at Saint-Hilaire-de-Riez, France Sep 16, 1943.  MACR 550.
					1 KIA, 8 POW, 1 evaded.
				3080 scrapped at Kingman, AZ Oct 20, 1945
				3081 scrapped at Stillwater, OK Jun 25, 1945
				3082 delivered Cheyenne Mar 3, 1943, to Presque Isle Apr 8, 1943.  Assigned to 94th B G, 333rd BS at Rougham
					Jun 120, 1943, named "Double Trouble".   Damaged by fighter over St Dizier and
					crashlanded at Margate, Kent, UK Oct 4, 1943.  Salvaged.
				3083 (2nd BG, 429th BS, "Miss Carriage") shot down by a Bf 109G-6 and crashed into sea 47 km S of Porto 
					Empedocle, Sicily, Italy Jul 8, 1943 on mission to Gerbini, Italy.  Crew baled out, but 9 KIA, 
					1 rescued.  MACR 204 
				3084 (306th BG, 368th BS) shot down by Hptm Erwin Clausen in Fw 190A-6 of JG 11/1 Stab over
					Kiel Bay 20 km E of Kappeln, Germany Jul 29, 1943.  MACR 121.  9 KIA 1 POW.
				3085 (94th BG, 331st BS, "Helno Gal") badly damaged by flak at Emden, Germany and crashed near
					North Weald, UK May 21, 1943.  Salvaged
				3087 (384th BG, 547th BG, *Clean Cut*) MIA 2/22/1944 on mission to Aschersleben, Germany.
					MACR 2466.
				3088 (384th BG, 544th BG, *Sugar Puss*) shot down by Oblt Franz Nels in Bf 109G-6 of JG 26/III Stab
					near Harsefel, 15 km S of Stade, Germany Jul 25, 1943 on mission to Hamburg, Germany.  5 KIA, 5 POW  
				3090 delivered Cheyenne Feb 6, 1943.  Force landed due to fuel exhaustion in Whites Marsh, Clonakilty, 
					Ireland Apr 7, 1943.  They had taken off that morning from Marrakesh en route to join the 8th Air 
					Force at a base in England. A storm and a misleading radio report threw them off-course.  Flown out a 
					month later.  Assigned to 334th BS, 95th BG at Alconbury May 2, 1943. Transferred to 359th BS, 351st BG 
					at Polebrook Jun 17, 1943, named "T'aint a Bird".  Damaged in battle Nov 10, 1943.  Sent to 2 BAD CCRD 
					on return.   Salvaged Jun 18, 1945
				3091 (305th BG, 422th BS) participated in night RAF raid on Frankfurt and shot
					down by Maj Wilhelm Herget in Bf 110G-4 of NJG 4/1 Stab and crashed
					at Gross Karben, Germany Oct 4, 1943.  MACR 785.  5 KIA, 5 POW.
				3092 (381st BG, 533rd BS, "Strato Sam") shot down by Hptm
					Herman Staiger in BF 109G-6 of JG-26 near Pesch, Germany Aug 17, 1943 
					during Schweinfurt raid.  MACR 399.  1 KIA, 9 POW
				3093 (351st BG, 510th BS, "Nobody's Darlin") crash-landed battle
					damaged on coast of Burnham-on-Sea Dec 31, 1943.  Salvaged
					Jan 3, 1944.
				3094 scrapped at Kingman, AZ Jan 14,1945
				3095 (95th BG, 412th BS, "Peggy Ann") scrapped at Bush Field, GA
					May 23, 1945
				3096 (301st BG, 352nd BS) scrapped at Bush Field, GA May 9, 1945.
				3097 (385th BG, 549th BS, 'Ground Hog') damaged by AAA and shot down
					by Fw Wilhelm Mayer in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/7 at 
					Fresnicourt-le-Dolmen, France Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1898.
					2 KIA, 6 POW, 2 evaded.
				3098 (301st BG, 353rd BS) lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1832.
				3099 (379th BG, 527th BS) lost Jun 11, 1943.  MACR 1368.
				3100 Del Denver Feb 11, 1943; Presque Is Apr 27, 1943; Assigned 334BS/95BG Alconbury May 1, 1943; transferred to 532BS/381BG
					[VE-A1] Ridgewell Jul 20, 1943. Damaged by AA then shot down by Uffz Dernst Florian in Fw 190A of JG 1/1
					Stab and crashlanded into Zutphenseweg street between De Kar es Aspppen, Holland Jul 30, 1943.  MACR 129.
					1 KIA, 9 POW
				3101 (381st BG, 533rd BS, MS-T *Man 'O War*) shot down Aug 19, 1943 near Old-Rozenburg, Netherlands by
					flak and fighters during raid on Gilze Rijen.  MACR 662.
				3103 Delivered Cheyenne Feb 16, 1943; Assigned to 334BS/95BG Memphis; Crash landed Kansas City Apt.
					Apr 7, 1943; repaired, but stayed USA. Recl Comp Jul 17, 1945.
				3104 (94th BG, 333rd BS, "Raider").  384 BG site shows this as assigned to its 547 Sq and MIA Aug 12, 1943, mission to 
					Gelsenkirchen, Germany
				3105 damaged in landing accident at Llanbedr, Wales Sep 3, 1944
				3106 (351st BG, 508th BS) crashlanded on takeoff at Polebrook 
					Aug 13, 1943. Salvaged
				3107 (96th BG, 337th BS) lost Jun 13, 1943.  MACR 3687 and 2458
				3108 delivered Denver Feb 13, 1943; Assigned 335BS/95BG Kearney Mar 12, 1943; electric fire caused ship to 
					crash land at Bogalusa, LA. Mar 23, 1943. W/O Mar 25, 1943..
				3109 (94th BG, 332nd BS, "Stud Duck") scrapped Jun 22, 1945
				3110 (95th BG, 335th BS) shot down by Lt Horst Grimm in Bf 109G-4 of JG 27/2
					at Drieborg, Netherlands May 21, 1943.  MACR 4907.  4 KIA, 9 POW
				3111 (95th BG, 335th BS, "The Brass Rail") then to 91st BG, 324th
					BS "Local Girl").  Shot down by Hptm Paul-August Stolte in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG3/6 near Weiwerd, Netherlands Sep 27, 1943.  MACR 667
					4 KIA, 6 POW.
				3112 (301st BG, 352nd BS) scrapped Dec 7, 1945
				3113 (379th BG, 525th BS) lost May 29, 1943.  MACR 1292
				3114 (379th BG, 525th BS) lost Jun 11, 1943.  MACR 1295
				3115 (95th BG, 335th BS) shot down by Obfw Otto Bach in Fw 190A-4 of JG 1/5
					and crashed on Beveland Island near Kats, Netherlands May 14, 1943.  
					MACR 4908.  10 KIA.
				3116 (92nd BG, 407th BS) shot down by Fw Peter Ahrens in Fw 190A-5 of JG 26/3 at Schelluinen,
					Netherlands Jul 28, 1943.  MACR 373.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				3117 delivered Long Beach Feb 19, 1943; La Guardia May 4, 1943; Scott Fd Aug 17, 1943;  Force landed Walker, Ks
					Jan 8, 1944.  When parked hit by 42-5083 Walker Apr 21, 1944; Assigned 95BG (not to GB); W/O Aug 15, 1944; Reclamation complete
					Jan 3, 1946.
				3118 (381st BG, 534th BS, "The Green Hornet") crashed out of control Goslar, Germany Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1875
				3119 (91st BG, 322nd BS, "Desteny's Tot") badly damaged by fighters and ditched in North Sea off
					Norfolk coast, UK Jul 26, 1943.  10 rescued.
				3120 (351st BG) returned to USA Jun 18, 1944
				3121 crashed due to engine failure 30 mi off Bathurst, England
					Apr 5, 1943.
				3122 (384th BG, 545th BS, *April's Fool*) shot down by AAA at Glashutte, Hamburg, Germany 
					Jul 25, 1943 on mission to Hamburg, Germany. 10 POW.  A photo of the crashed plane showed up on EBay
				3123 (381st BG, 535th BS, "Worry Wart/Ron Chee") shot down by Oblt
					Friedrich Freyschmidt in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 26/8 and crashed 
					Fladderlohhausen, 10 mile SE of Quakenbruck 
					near Bremen, Germany Oct 8, 1943.  Ten crew KIA.  MACR 1396
				3124 (303rd BG, 427th BS) ashed into summit of  
					Arenig Fawr Mountain, Snowdonia, Wales, UK while on night
					cross-country training flight Aug 4, 1943.  8 killed.
				3125 (381st BG) shot down by fighters near Madeburg 3/6/1944.
				3126 delivered Cheyenne Feb 20, 1943; Blythe Mar 5, 1943; crashed 20 miles SE of base Apr 26, 1943; W/O Apr 27, 1943.
				3127 (306th BG, 367th BS) damaged and crashed in UK May 21, 1943.
				3128 crashed at Grindavik, Iceland Apr 17, 1943
				3130 (94th BG, 331st BS) shot down by Obfw Helmut Ruffler in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/4 at Leunen, Netherlands Oct 20, 1943.  
					8 KIA, 2 POW.  MACR 902
				3131 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Flak Wolf" aka "Winnie the Pooh") lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1966
				3132 (379th BG) lost between Gander and UK Apr 23, 1943.  MACR 3726
				3136 Del Cheyenne 26/2/43; Presque Is 8/4/43; Assigned to 511BS/351BG [DS-P] Polebrook 5/6/43
					EIGHT BALL.   Crashlanded in eastern Holland after being hit by AAA Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2772
				3137 (301st BG, 353rd BS) shot down by AAA at Eleusina, Athens, Greece Dec 8, 1943.  
					MACR 1481.  3 KIA, 6 POW.
				3138 (379th BG, 527th BS) lost Jun 11, 1943.  MACR 1357
				3139 delivered Long Beach Feb 22, 1943; Spokane Aug 15, 1943; Crash landed Fairfax Field, KS May 28, 1944; W/O May 30, 1944
				3140 (351st BG, 509th BS, "Patty Ann II") ditched in English 
					Channel due to mechanical failure Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1550.
					7 killed, 3 rescued.
				3141 (351st BG) declared war weary, returned to USA Mar 31, 1944
				3142 (306th BG, 368th BS, "Buttercup") crashed due to bad weather at 
					Great Halsey, England Nov 13, 1943.  10 killed.
				3143 (379th BG, 524th BS) forcelanded due to fuel starvation
					near Bundoran, Ireland May 10, 1943.
				3144 (301st BG) shot down over Austria Apr 2, 1944.  MACR 4197.
				3145 delivered Cheyenne Feb 24, 1943, to Dow Field Apr 20,1943.  Assigned to 379th BG, 527th BS at Kimbolton, named
					"The Gremlin".  Ran out ofuel and ditched in English Channel Sep 6, 1943.  Crew rescued.
				3147 (97th BG, 341st BS, "Homesick Angel") shot down by AAA over 
					Istres, France Nov 16, 1943.  MACR 1195.  9 KIA, 1 POW.
				3148 (379th BG, 526th BS) lost Jun 11, 1943.  MACR 1369
42-3149/3188		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-30-DL Fortress
				MSN 8085/8124.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3150 (351st BG, 511th BS, "Foul Ball") ran out of fuel and ditched 
					in English Channel off Beachy Head, UK Sep 6, 1943.  Crew swam ashore.
				3152 (351st BG, 508th BS, "Sleepy Lagon") shot down by Lt Ernst Weiss in Bf 110G-4 of NJG 3/6 6km
					W of Kappeln, Germany on raid to Anklam Oct 9, 1943.  MACR 876.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				3153 ("The Devil's Daughter")
				3155 delivered Denver Mar 2, 1943; Assigned 333BS/94BG May 1943; Tinker Jun 2, 1943; Galveston Aug 4, 1943;  Crashed 10
					miles W Palmer Lake, Co Feb 26, 1944; W/O Feb 28, 1944.
				3156 delivered Cheyenne Mar 3, 1943; Assigned to 407BS/92BG [PY-Y]; transferred to Morrison May 2, 1943; Assigned to 49BS/2BG
					Chateau-du-Rhumel Jun 2, 1943; Ain M'Lila  Jun 17, 1943; Massicault Jul 31, 1943;  Crashed on takeoff at Massicault, 
					Tunesia Nov 9, 1943, no injuries.  Salvaged
				3157 (301st BG) lost Jul 26, 1944, Austria.  MACR 7138
				3158 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Max") lost Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4471
				3159 delivered Denver Mar 3, 1943; Assigned to 94BG 27/5/43; Morrison Jul 2, 1943; Assigned to 96BS/2BG Massicault Aug 25, 1943; 
					transferred to 32BS/301BG Oudna Nov 14, 1943; Cerignola Dec 7, 1943; W/o 7 Jan 1944 at Cerignola, Italy, to Lucera 
					Feb 1, 1944; to depot Jun 4, 1944; Sal Sep 6, 1944.
				3160 to RCAF as Fortress II 9202, delivered Dec 6, 1943.  Purchased for use by No. 168 Heavy 
					Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, for mail flights to Europe and North Africa. Flew first mission on Dec 22, 1943.
 					Crashed near Muenster, Germany, en route to Poland with medical supplies Nov 4, 1945
				3162 delivered Cheyenne Mar 5, 1943; Dow Fd Apr 9, 1943; Assigned to 332BS/94BG [XM-C] BLACK JACK Bassingbourn
					Apr 18, 1943; then BLOOPY BLOOMERS; transferred to 401BS/91BG [LL-A] Bassingbourn Jul 15, 1943 "Buccaneer") hit in midair by the crashing
					B-17F 42-29587 and ditched into North Sea 30 mi W of Hague, Netherlands
					Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 259.  Crew picked up by a German boat, 10 POW.
				3163 delivered Denver Apr 4, 1943; Dalhart Jun 6, 1943;  Crash landed at Dalhart AAB, TX  Jun 29, 1943 . Salvaged
				3165 (92nd BG, 407th BS) shot down by Obfw. Anton-Rudolf Piffer in
					Fw 190A of JG 1/2 at Upsusen, SE of Bremen, Germany 
					Nov 26, 1943.  MACR 1385.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				3166 (301st BG, 32nd BS) lost Jan 27, 1944.  MACR 2058
				3167 (379th BG, 527th BS, *Ye Olde Pub*) badly damaged by AAA and
					fighters on raid on Bremen Dec 20, 1943.  Crew turned for
					home when discovered by Lt Franz Stigler of JG 27/6.  He did
					not shoot and instead escorted the plane to the North Sea, then
					saluted and flew away. The plane landed safely in UK, but too 
					badly damaged to fly again.  1 KIA, 4 injured.
				3168 delivered Cheyenne Mar 8, 1943; Morrison Apr 29, 1943; Assigned 97BG Chateau-du-Rhumel May 24, 1943; transferred to
					348BS/99BG Tortorella May 3, 1944; to depot May 9, 1944; RetUS Rome Aug 17, 1944; W/o 7 Nov 1944 at Troupsburg, NY.  Salvaged Nov 23, 1944.
				3169 delivered Cheyenne Mar 8, 1943; Memphis Apr 8, 1943; Assigned 385BG Gt Ashfield Apr 13, 1943; transferred to
					369BS/306BG [WW-S] Thurleigh 18/6/43;  to RAF Feb 3, 1944 as Fortress II SR379 for use by 214 Sqn.   wfu 11 Mar 1947
				3170 (301st BG, 353rd BS) crashed into sea due to mechanical failure 8 km NW of Vententone
					Island, Italy Jul 27, 1943.  MACR 339.  All bailed out but 9 KIA, 1 POW.
				3171 (92nd BG, "The Blivit") crashed at Shiplake, UK Oct 14, 1943.
				3173 (351st BG, 511th BS, *Spare Ball*) brought down over Holland by bomb dropped from
					Bf 109G on mission to Wilhelmshaven May 15, 1943, Germany.
				3174 (99th BG, 416th BS) lost May 25, 1943.  MACR 16451
				3175 (379th BG, 524th BS, "The Ha") shot down during attack on Hamburg, Germany Jul 25, 1943.  MACR 1766.  10 POW.
				3176 (379th BG, 527th BS, "Lady Astrid") shot down by Obfw Grunert in Bf 110G-2
					of ZG 76/4 at Dornheim, Bavaria, Germany Oct 14, 1943.  
					6 KIA, 4 POW.   MACR 954
				3177 delivered Cheyenne Mar 11, 1943; Dow Fd Apr 15, 1943; Assigned 351BG Polebrook Apr 26, 1943; transferred to
					337BS/96BG [AW-K] HELLER'S ANGEL Andrews Field, then THE HELLION /43; 535BS/381BG [MS-O]
					Ridgewell Jul 15, 1943; to RAF  on 3 Feb 1944 as Fortress II SR376 for use by 214 Sqn.  wfu 11 Mar 1947
				3178 delivered Cheyenne Mar 11, 1943; Smoky Hill Mar 24, 1943; Assigned to 348BS/99BG Navarin May 20, 1943; Oudna
					Aug 4, 1943; Tortorella Dec 11, 1943; transferred 483BG Tortorella Mar 31, 1944; 414BS/97BG Amendola May 6, 1944; crash landed Corsica
					May 30, 1944. Salvaged
				3179 (99th BG, 347th BS, "California Comet") crashed Ragusa, Sicily Nov 18, 1943   
				3180 (381st BG, 533rd BS, *Forget Me Not II*) damaged by fighter
					and crashed into North Sea off Germany Oct 9, 1943.  MACR 888.
					10 KIA.
				3182 to Kingman AAF for storage, sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
				3183 (92nd BG, 327th BS) crashed due to onboard fire near
					Crowland, England Sep 23, 1943. 3 killed, 7 bailed out.
				3184 delivered Cheyenne Mar 12, 1943; Memphis 4/9/43; Ass 407BS/92BG [PY-C/Q] Alconbury 24/4/43;
					slight mid-air collision w/42-29853 Jul 21, 1943.  shot down by enemy aircraft Dec 22, 1943 bellied in safely at De
					Haar Farm, near Bornerbroek, Holland..  MACR 1711
				3185 delivered Cheyenne Mar 13, 1943, to Bangor May 21, 1943.  Assigned to 407th BS, 92nd BG at Alconbury in 1943.
					Transferred to Warton Aug 2,1943.  Transferred to 94th BG, 333rd BS at Rougham, named "Queen Bee".  
					Shot down by Oblt Gerd Schaedle in Bf 109G-6 of JG 2/5 2 km N
					of Langlet, France Nov 26, 1943.  MACR 1125.  2 KIA, 7 POW, 1 evaded.
				3186 (92nd BG, 407th BS) damaged by fighters and crashlanded 30-50 km N of Bordeaux, France Dec 31, 1943 after no. 4
					engine ran away and feathering mechanism failed to work.  MACR 1671 and 1959.
					4 POW, 6 evaded.
				3187 (94th BG, 410th BS) crashed in Baltic Sea S of Langeland,
					Denmark Jun 13, 1943.  1 POW, 6 MIA, 3 KIA.
				3188 (384th BG, 544th BS, *Miss Carriage*) shot down on mission to Villacoublay, France by Fw. Martin Brendel 
					in FW-190A-4 of JG 2/1. at La Chapelle-Hareng, France Jun 26, 1943.  5 KIA, 4 POW, 1 evaded.  MACR 15568.  
42-3189/3228		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-35-DL Fortress
				MSN 8125/8164.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3190 (94th BG, 331st BS, "Nip 'n Tuck") shot down by Lt. Horst Zettel in FW-190A of JG 2/I. Stab and crashlanded at
					Berengeville-la-Campagne, France Jul 14, 1943. 4 POW, 6 evaded.  MACR 114.
				3192 (303rd BG, 358th BS) lost Aug 19, 1943, Zuider Zee, Holland.  MACR 284.
					Wreckage located 1983;Raamsdonkveer
				3193 delivered Cheyenne Mar 19, 1943, Hobbs Apr 21, 1943; Sioux City Mayu 8, 1943; Force landed Carlsbad a/f NM, Jul 9, 1943; 
					WO Jul 11. 1943  at Carlsbad AAF, NM .
				3194 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Little Hell") damaged by flak Aug 17, 1943 while 
					returning from mission to Regensburg and crashed at Santa 
					Margherita, Italy.  MACR 400.  4 KIA, 6 POW
				3195 (305th BG, 366th BS) shot down by Obfw Heckmann in Fw 190A
					of JG 1/1 at Waldenrath, Germany Oct 14, 1943.  4 KIA, 
					6 POW.  MACR 916
				3197 delivered Cheyenne Mar 17, 1943; Ft Sumner Apr 21, 1943; Roswell May 28, 1943; Force landed Hobbs, NM Jun 7, 1943; RFC Altus ? .
				3198 (92nd BG, 407th BS) ran out of fuel and crashlanded at Penhurst,
					UK Sep 6, 1943.  3 injured.
				3199 (379th BG, 524th BS, "Calamity Jane") shot down by Hptm
					Walter Hoeckner in Fw 190A-6 of JG 1/II Stab near 
					Lindlar, Germany Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 905.  5 KIA, 5 POW
				3201 delivered Cheyenne Mar 13, 1943; 3017 BU Hobbs Apr 2, 1943;  Force landed base Jun 2, 1943; 
					Force landed four miles NE Brown Fd, TX 
					Jan 24, 1944; RFC Altus 20/2/45.
				3202 Del Cheyenne Mar 19, 1943; Memphis Apr 7, 1943; Assigned to 92BG Alconbury Apr 24, 1943; transferred to
					334BS/95BG [BG-A] Horham May 15, 1943;  Named "Blondie".   Battle damage over Kiel Jun 13, 1943 , (10RTD); 
					two engines out,  Crash landed at Rackheath A/fd, Suffolk..
 				3204 delivered Cheyenne Mar 20, 1943; to 3017 BU Hobbs Apr 2, 1943; Roswell Mah 23, 1943; Lowry Jun 20, 1943;  
					crashed a mile N of Hobbs, NM Dec 19, 1943; W/O Dec/ 20, 1943.
				3206 (95th BG, 338th BS) downed Jun 13, 1943 on mission to Kiel
					Harbor.  MACR 15199.
				3207 delivered Cheyenne Mar 22, 1943; Dow Fd Apr 15, 1943; Assigned to 94BG Bassingbourn Apr 25, 1943; transferred tp
					422BS/305BG [JJ-Q/G] Chelveston Jul 14, 1943; W/o 27 Dec 1943 at Chelveston, UK.  To 486BG Sudbury Jul 16 1944.  
					Salvaged Jun 26, 1945. MONKEY'S UNCLE.
				3209 (306th BG, 367th BS, "Janell") shot down by fighter and
					crashed near Ghent, Belgium Jun 22, 1943. 1 KIA, 9 POW.
				3210 delivered Cheyenne Mar 25, 1943; Dow Fd Apr 13, 1943; Assigned to  323BS/91BG Bassingbourn May 18, 1943; A flare
					caught fire in nose at Bassingbourn while taxying for a practice mission Jun 2, 1943.  Salvaged Jul 6, 1943.
				3211 (381st BG, 535th BS, "T.S.") damaged in midair collision and crashlanded at RAF Manston Jul 14, 1943. 
					Crew OK.  Broken up for salvage parts.
				3212 (379th BG, 527th BS) crashed on return to Framilington, UK Jul 30, 1943.  MACR 1364.  10 killed.
				3213 delivered Cheyenne Mar 25, 1943; La Guardia Apr 10, 1943; Assigned 92BG Alconbury Aor 24, 1943; transferred to
					335BS/95BG [OE-W] Framlingham May 19, 1943; trannsferred to  323BS/91BG [OR-M] Bassingbourn Jun 16, 1943; 
					MIA Le Bourget Aug 16, 1943.  Internal explosion severing #1 & #2 control cables, so turned back but 
					ditched Channel 4 mi off UK coast.  Crew rescued by ASR taken to Newhaven, Sussex. No MACR.
				3214 (306th BG, 423rd BS) shot down by fighters May 21, 1943.  MACR 16173.  3 KIA, 7 POW
				3215 (381st BG, 533rd BS, *Linda Mary*) crashed Mar 6, 1944, Magdeburg, Germany.  MACR 3000
				3216 (384th BG, 545th BS, *The Joker*) shot down by Uffz Hans Ahrend
					in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/3 at Rambluzin-et-Benoite-Vaux, France
					Oct 14, 1943 on mission to Schweinfurt, Germany.  7 KIA, 3
					evaded.  MACR 841
				3217 (MSN 8153, 381th BG, 535rd BS, *Georgia Rebel*) damaged by flak over Norway and
					crashlanded at Vannacka, Sweden Jul 24, 1943.  MACR 132.  1 killed, 9 interned, later returned.
				3218 (384th BG, 545th BS, "Doris Mae")
				3219 (94th BG, 333rd BS, "Dear Mom") shot down by a fighter over North Sea near Helgoland, Germany Jul 17, 1943. 
					10 KIA.  MACR 93 
				3220 (381st BG, 535 BS, *Damfino*) shot down by Uffz Aulenbacher
					in Bf 109G-5 of JG 50/2 Aug 17, 1943 and crashed Marksteinach, Germany.  
					MACR 384.  10 POW
				3221 (381st BG, 534th BS, "Whaletail") 3 engines went out and 
					bellylanded 3 mi from Thetford, UK Jul 29, 1943.  No injuries.
					Salvaged.
				3222 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Deuces Wild*) shot down by enemy fighter
	 				Aug 17, 1943 on mission to Schweinfurt, Germany and crashed
					at Sickerhausen.  MACR 292.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				3223 (381st BG, 533rd BS, "Red Hot Riding Hood") exploded midair and crashed at Rattlesden Airfield, UK 
					during aircraft assembly after takeoff Jul 14, 1943.  6 killed, 3 injured, 1 OK.
				3225 (381st BG, *Chug Alug LuLu*) shot down by Hptm Kurt
					Buhlingen in Bf 109G-6 of JG 2/II Stab at Tongeren, Belgium
					Aug 17, 1943.  MACR 378.  6 POW, 4 evaded.
				3226 (381st BG, 533rd BS, "Linda Mary") damaged by Fw 190A of JG 26/II and crash-landed at North Foreland, 
					UK Jun 22, 1943.  Salvaged Jul 1, 1943.
				3227 (534th BS, 381st BG) damaged by fighter Aug 17, 1943 on Regensburg raid and
					crashed near Ulestraten, Netherlands.  MACR 661.  10 POW.
42-3229/3283		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-40-DL Fortress
				MSN 8165/8219.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3229 (100th BG, *Pasadena Nina*) shot down by Obfw Adolf Glunz in Fw 190A-6 of
					JG 26/5 at Kootwijkerbroek, Netherlands om mission to Munseter 
					Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 1021.  2 KIA, 7 POW, 1 evaded.
				3230 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Yankee Powerhouse II*) shot down by
					enemy fighter at Weiler, Near Bingen, Germany Aug 17, 1943 
					on mission to Schweinfurt, Germany.  MACR 293.  10 POW
				3231 (384th BG, 545th BS, *The Inferno*) shot down by Obfw Detlef
					Luth in Fw 190A of JG 1/4 near Liblar, Germany Aug 12, 1943 
					on mission to Gelsenkirchen, Germany.  MACR 287.  4 KIA, 6 POW
				3232 (100th BG, 350th BS, *Flak Happy*) damaged on mission to Regensburg Aug 17, 1943 and crashed
					at Ghedi, Italy.  MACR 676.  2 KIA, 7 POW, 1 evaded
				3233 (100th BG, 350th BS, *Our Baby*) shot down by flak and fighters
					near Essen, NW of Quackenbruck, Germany on mission to Bremen 
					Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 950.  11 POW.
				3234 (100th BG, 351st BS, *Little Mike*) Damaged during mission to Munster Oct 10, 1943.
					Salvaged Oct 13, 1943
				3235 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Lakanuki*) shot down by Uffz Wolfgang Ortlepp in Fw 190A-5 of JG 2/Stab Jul 4, 1943 
					on mission to Le Mans (Sarthe), France.  MACR 4495.
					Plane fell in the village of Poille dur Vegre (Sarthe).  9 KIA,
					One evaded with French Resistance.
				3237 delivered Cheyenne Apr 5,1 943, to Dow Field May 30,1943.  Assigned to 418th BS/100th BG at
					Podington May 31, 1943, to Thorpe Abbots Jun 9, 1943.  (100th BG, 418th BS, "Stymie") one engine failed 
					and turned back then hit by rocket fired from a fighter and crashlanded at Aalten, Netherlands
					on mission to Munster Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 1030.  10 POW.
				3239 delivered Cheyenne Apr 16, 1943; Lockbourn Apr 18, 1943;   Force landed base Dec 11, 1943;  Crash landed 
					Lockbourn, OH Apr 22, 1944; WO Apr 28, 1944.
				3242 delivered Cheyenne Apr 6, 1943; to Lockbourn.  Crash landed base Aug 31, 1943; to  2114 BU
					Lockbourn Oct 14, 1943;   W/o May 11, 1945 at Winchester, OH Reclamation Completed Jun 1, 1945.
				3244 (97th BG) lost Apr 2, 1944.  MACR 3639
				3246 delivered Cheyenne Apr 7, 1943; Bolling May 2, 1943; Spokane May 3, 1943; Gt Falls Jun 6, 1943; 225 BU Rapid
					City Apr 29, 1944;W/o 28 Jul 1944 at Rapid City AAB, SD  to RFC Ontario Aug 27 1945
				3247 delivered Cheyenne Apr 8, 1943; Moses Lake Jun 4, 1943; Crashed Drew Fd Apr 4, 1944; WO Apr 6, 1944
				3248 delivered Cheyenne Apr 7, 1943; Hobbs Jun 8, 1943; W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Hobbs AAF, NM .
				3249 delivered Denver Apr 12, 1943; Presque Is May 25, 1943; Assigned to 413BS/96BG Andrews Fd May 31, 1943;  
					Shot down by enemy aircraft during raid on Bremen Dec 16, 1943 and crashed into Zuider Zee, Holland  
					MACR 1569.  10 KIA.
				3250 delivered Denver Apr 8, 1943; Lockbourn Apr 18, 1943; 2137 BU Hendricks Jul 16, 1943.  Converted to TB-17F.  
					Damaged in takeoff accident at Hendricks Field, FL Mar 7, 1945
					W/o 7 Mar 1945.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 24, 1945.
				3251 (97th BG) lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 2028
				3256 delivered Cheyenne Apr 13, 1943; Dyersburg Apr 17, 1943; W/o 17 May 1943 at Dyersburg AAB, TN .
				3257  delivered Cheyenne Apr 13, 1943; Tinker Nov 5, 1943; W/o 22 Jan 1944 at Alexandria, LA 
				3258 (379th BG, 527th BS) shot down by AA at Bremen, Germany Oct 8, 1943.  
					MACR 959. 10 POW.
				3259 (384BG) named "Snafu" when assigned to 546 Sq; named "Alabama Whirlwind" after transfer to 545 Sq 
					Mar 1, 1944.
				3260 (100th BG, 349th BS, *Angel's Tit*) shot down by Fw Edgar Dorre in Bf 109G-4/R6 of JG 26/9 over
					North Sea 30 km N of Langeoog, Germany on mission to Bremen Jun 25, 1943.  9 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 271
				3261 (96th BG, 413th BS, "Short Strike IV") shot down by AAA near
					Hamburg, German Dec 13, 1943.  MACR 1655.  3 KIA, 7 POW.
				3263 ("Slightly Dangerous"
				3264 (95th BG, 335th BS) shot down by AAA over Germany Jul 26, 1943.  MACR 193.  10 KIA
				3265 (96th BG, 337th BS, "Holy Mackerel") shot down by AAA and
					crashed at Kimswerd, Netherlands Dec 16, 1943, Germany  MACR 1568.
					8 KIA, 2 POW.
				3266 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Sittin' Bull") crashed into English
					Channel 20 mi S of UK Sep 15, 1943.  MACR 616.  10 killed.
				3267 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Harley Charley") ran out of fuel and ditched into Channel off Lizard, UK Jun 28, 1943. 
					Crew rescued.  
				3268 (96th BG, 413th BS, 'Carol Jane') crashed on takeoff at 
					Larling, Norfolk Jan 5, 1944.  All crew killed.
				3269 (379th BG, 527th BS, "Picadilly Willy") shot down by fighter 3 mi S of Schweinfurt,
					Germany Oct 14, 1943.  2 KIA, 8 POW. MACR 958
				3271 delivered Denver Apr 7, 1943, to Presque Isle May 27, 1943.  Assigned to 101st BS, 91st BG at Bassingbourn
					Jun 7m, 1943.  Transferred to 351st BS, 100th BG at Thorpe Abbotts Jul 5, 1943, named *Nine Little Yanks and 
					A Jerk*.  In landing accident Mar 6, 1944, salvaged Mar 7, 1944.
				3272 (351st BG, 510st BS) shot down by Lt Erich Hondt in Bf 109T of Hasta Helgoland at Schmalfeld,
					Germany Jul 25, 1943 on raid on Hamburg, Germany.  MACR 92.  5 KIA, 5 POW.
				3273 (95th BG, "Impatient Virgin") damaged by enemy fire during
					mission to Munster Dec 23, 1943.  Returned to England but
					while attempting to land at Ludham, sudden loss of power
					necessitating forced landing in field.  W/o.
				3274 (91st BG, 323rd BS) shot down Oct 4, 1943 by Hptm Granz Evers in
					Bf 110F-4 of NJG 101/11 3 km E of Hillscheid, Germany.  Last seen 
					after bombing in the vicinity of Limburg/Lahn, Germiny.  
					Apparently had engine trouble from the start and had been
					dragging behind all the way.  MACR 881.  9 POW, 1 KIA.
				3277 (95th BG, 336th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Gaarden, Kiel, Germany Jul 25, 1943.  MACR 194.
					9 KIA, 1 POW.
				3279 (352nd BS, 25th BG) ditched off Ballydavid, Ireland May 29, 1944
				3280 delivered Denver Apr 22, 1943, to Presque Isle May 27, 1943. Assigned to 94th BG, 333rd BS, at Earls Colne
					May 12, 1943, to Rougham Jun 13, 1943.  Named "Cherokee Maid".   Shot down by Oblt Ludwig Grosser in 
					Fw 190A-6 of JG 11/2 over North Sea 50 km W of of Sylt, Germany Jul 26, 1943.  MACR 84.  9 KIA, 1 POW.  
					MACR 84 refers incorrectly to 42-30450
				3281 (96th BG, 337th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near Hodenhagen, Germany Jul 26, 1943.  MACR 96.  10 POW.
				3282 (95th BG, 334th BS) shot down by Oblt Harry Koch in Fw 190A-6 of JG 1/6 at Hohenhausen,
					Germany Jul 28, 1943.  MACR 118.  10 POW.
				3283 ("Yankee Queen")
42-3284/3338		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-45-DL Fortress
				MSN 8220/8274.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3284 (96th BG, 413th BS, "Guess Who") shot down by fighter 15 mi of
					Wesel, NRW, Germany Jun 22, 1943. 10 POW.
				3285 (388 BG, 562 BS) lost Jan 29, 1944, Cambrai, France.  MACR 2349
				3286 (95th BG, 336th BS) crashed in Kiel Bay, Denmark Jun 13, 1943.  
					MACR 2453.  9 MIA, 1 KIA.
				3287 (94th BG, 410th BS) crashlanded at Troston, England  
					Aug 5, 1943
				3288 (96th BG, 338th BS, "Green Fury II") shot down by Uffz Hubert Swoboda in Bf 109G-5 of JG 1/11 at Nordeney,
					Germany Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1704.  6 KIA, 4 POW
				3289 (388th BG, 562nd BS, "Wolf Pack") shot down by fighter Sep 6, 1943 near Dettingen an der Erms, Germany.
					MACR 3066. 3 KIA, 7 POW.
				3290 (385th BG, 551st BS, "Raunchy Wolf") crashed after midair collision 
					with B-17F 42-30264 at West-Horndon, UK Sep 26, 1943 over Exeter, England.
					10 killed  
				3292 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "City of Albuquerque")
				3293 (388th BG, 560th BS, "Slightly Dangerous") shot dowm by fighter at Champigny, Yonne, France
					Sep 6, 1943.  MACR 3113.  5 KIA, 3 POW, 2 evaded
				3294 (385th BG, 550th BS, 'Suzanne') ditched off Lisbon, Porgugal Dec 5, 1943.  MACR 1338.  10 interned,
					returned 1 week later to UK.
				3297 (390th BG, 571st BS, "The Bad Penny") ran out of fuel and ditched
					 off Abbotsbur, UK Dec 5, 1943.  Crew rescued.
				3298 (95th BG, 412nd BS) shot down b y AAA and crashed at Lauenstein, Germany Jul 26, 1943.  MACR 195.
					1 KIA, 1 shot while trying to escape, 8 POW.
				3300 (379th BG, 526th BS) flown by 524th BS crew shot down by AAA and crashed at Epinay, France
					Sep 3, 1943.  3 KIA, 7 POW.  MACR 1349.
				3301 (367th BS, 306th BG) crashlanded at Little Staughton,
					England Nov 15, 1943
				3302 (390th BG, 571st BS, "Rick-O-Shay") shot down by fighter at Suttrup, 3 km SW of Freren, 
					Germany Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 866.  11 POW.
				3305 (390th BG, 568th BS, "Fertile Myrtle") damaged Aug 17, 1943 on mission
					to Regensburg, crashed at Hyeres, France. 9 POW, 1 evaded.  MACR 392
				3306 (390th BG, 569th BS, "Phoenix") collided in midair with B-17F 42-30320
					and crashed near Sainte-Marie-Kerque, France Aug 15, 1943.  MACR 258.  5 KIA,
					1 POW, 4 evaded.
				3307 (100th BG, 351st BS, *Skipper*) crashed on takeoff 
					Jan 24, 1944 Shelfanger, Norfolk, England.
				3308 (385th BG, 548th BS) lost Apr 10, 1943.  MACR 1462
				3309 collided with 42-30239 near Harvard AAF, Nebraska. Both planes crashed with no survivors.  42-30774 flew into 
					wreckage caused by midair collision and crashlanded in field near Harvard, Nebraska.  
				3310 (390th BG, 568th BS, "Blood Guts and Rust") damaged by enemy
					fighter, ran out of fuel and ditched in Mediterranean Aug 17, 1943 on
					mission to Regensburg.  MACR 396.  Crew rescued
				3311 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.
				3314 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				3316 (385th BG,550th BS, 'Big Stinky/Betty Boom') collided with the crashing 42-30257 and crashed into
					North Sea NW of Hornum, Germany Jul 28, 1943.  MACR 189B.  10 KIA
				3317 (95th BG, 412th BS, "The Spirit of '76") downed Nov 30, 1943 on mission to Solingen
					close to Haelen, near Roermond, Netherlands
				3318 (96th BG, 413rd BS, "Shack Rabbit II") shot down by Oblt
					Herbert Huppertz in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/8 over Bay of Biscay
					47 km W of Ile de Groix, France Sep 23, 1943.  MACR 670.  10 KIA
				3320 crashed into side of Buckhorn Canyon, Colorado May 13, 1943 
					during ferry flight from Denver to Great Falls, MT.  Two crew killed.
				3321 ("Kathy Jane II")
				3324 converted to F-9 photo-recon aircraft with cameras added and bombing equipment deleted.
				3325 (379th BG, 524th BS, "Paddy Gremlin") struck by bomb dropped from higher aircraft
					during mission Jan 30, 1944 and crashlanded near Belian border.  Crew unhurt
					until strafted on ground by German fighter, presumably to stop them from
					setting fire to aircraft, wounding two seriously and six slightly.
				3326 (96th BG, 413th BS, "Moore-Fidite II") shot down by fighter over North Sea off German 
					Coast Jul 28, 1943.  All 10 crew KIA.  MACR 137
				3328 (390th BG, 568th BS, "Miss Furtune") hit by a rocket fired by Obfw Hans Raab
					in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 1/2, then collided with 42-3415 and both crashed at
					Burgsteinfurt, Germany Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 861.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				3329 assigned to 390th BG, 570th BS at Framlingham, named "Skippy".  Crashed during group assembly due to engine failure near
					Hounsel Wood, Salehurst, Hurst Green, Sussex, England Feb 5, 1944
				3330 (384th BG, 544th BS) shot down by Maj. Egon Mayer in FW-190A-6 of JG 2/Stab at Les Essarts-le-Roi, France 
					Jul 14, 1943 on mission to Villacoublay, France. 2 POW, 6 evaded, 2 ?. 
				3331 (94th BG, 331st BS, "Naturals/7-11") shot down by Maj. Egon Mayer in FW-190A-6 of JG 2/Stab at 
					Saint-Germain-des-Angles, France Jul 14, 1943. 8 KIA, 2 evaded. MACR 116.
				3332 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				3333 (390th BG, 569th BS, "Purgatory Pete") damaged by enemy fighters, arn out of fuel, and 
					ditched in Mediterranean 50 mi N of Bone, Tunisia
					Aug 17, 1943 on mission to Regensburg.  MACR 389. 3 KIA, 7 rescued.
				3337 (385th BG, 548th BS, 'Thoroughbred') lost Apr 10, 1944.  MACR 4266
				3338 (94th BG, 331st BS) shot down by Oblt Georg Schroder in Bf 109G-6
					of JG 2/4 at Essey-et-Maizerais, France Oct 14, 1943.
					5 KIA, 1 POW, 4 evaded.  MACR 791.
42-3339/3393		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-50-DL Fortress
				MSN 8275/8329.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3340 delivered Denver May 15, 1943, to Presque Isle Jun 27, 1943.  Assigned to 96th BG, 338th BS, transfrred
					to 2nd BG, 20th BS.  (2nd BG, 20th BS, then to 97th BG, 340th BS).  Converted to weather ship
					Jul 15, 1943, crashed May 14, 1945, salvaged.
				3341 delivered Denver May 15, 1943, to Presque Isle Jun 27, 1943.  Assigned to 2nd BG, 492nd BS
					(2nd BG, 429th BS, "Lady Be Good") shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 51/II 
					over Austria Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1142.  6 KIA, 4 POW
				3342 delivered Denver May 15, 1943, to Morrison Jun 10, 1943.  Assigned 2nd BG, 492nd BS 
					(2nd BG, 429th BS, "Tuff Tit") crashed on takeoff at Ain M'lila, Algeria Jul 6, 1943.  10 killed.
				3343 delivered Denver May 15,1 943, to Presque Isle Jun 13, 1943.  Assigned to 301th BG, 32nd BS ("Slick Chick")
					Became weather ship in 1944.  Salvaged Jul 11, 1945.
				3344 delivered Denver May 16, 1943, to Presque Isle Jun 11, 1943.  Assigned to 99th BG, 346th BS.  Transferred
					to 97th BG Nov 14, 1943, to 301th BG, 353rd BS Apr 2, 1944.
					(301st BG) lost on mission to Budapest Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6173.  4 KIA, 5 POW.
				3345 delivered Denver Mqy 20, 1943, to Dow Field Jun 26, 1943.  Assigned 96th BG, 338th BS.
					(96th BG, 338th BS, "Paper Doll") shot down by Oblt Rudolf Patzak in Bf 109G-6 of JG 54/8 and
					ditched in North Sea 40 km W of Ijmudien, Netherlands Jul 28, 1943.  MACR 138.  10 POW
				3346 delivered Denver May 17, 1943, to Dow Field May 22, 1943.  Assigned to 94th BG, 333rd BS Rougham Jun 25, 1943.
					named "Tuff Titty".  Returned to USA Mar 2,1 943.  To RFC Cincinnati Jul 30, 1945.
				3347 delivered Denver May 14, 1943, to Dow Field May 22, 1943.  Assigned to 385th BG, 550th BS Greater Ashfield
					Jun 1943 named "Charlene".  Battle damage Schweinfurt Oct 14, 1943 with 96th BG crew.  Crashlanded at Bovingdon on
					return.  Salvaged Oct 14, 1943. 
				3348 delivered Denver May 24, 1943, to Dow Field Jun 26, 1943.  Assigned 96th BG, 337th BS Snetterton
					Jul 12, 1943.  (96th BG, 337th BS, "Dottie J III") shot down on mission to Schweinfurt by Lt. Eberhard Schade 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/5 at Thiaucourt-Regnieville, France Oct 14, 1943.  6 POW, 4 evaded.  MACR 833
				3349 (94th BG, 331st BS, "El Lobo" then to 332nd BS "el Mangau") 
					shot down by Uffz Otto Schmidt in Fw 190A of JGr West/3 and
					crashed into Bay of Biscay NW of Carcans, France Dec 5, 1943.  
					MACR 1175.  10 KIA.
				3350 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				3351 (92nd BG) crashlanded at Winkfield, UK Oct 14, 1943.
				3352 (94th BG, 410th BS, "Virgin's Delight") shot down by fighter
					and crashed into North Sea off Germany Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1186.
					9 KIA, 1 POW.
				3353 (96th BG, 337th BS, *Tar Fly*) shot down over Paris Sep 9, 1943.  Aircraft first
					struck by flak, dropped out of formation, set upon by Fw 190s, shot down by
					Oblt Georg Schroder in Bf 109G-6 of JG2/11 then
					bellied in on an open field 10 km S of Beaumont-le-Roger,
					France. 2 KIA, 8 POW.
				3354 (2nd BG, "Big Stoop", then to 301st BG, 353rd BS, "Big Stoop")
					returned to USA.  Salvaged Nov 20,1945
				3357 (482nd BG, 813rd BS) lost Feb 8, 1944.  MACR 2781
				3359 crash landed at Bobingdon, England Dec 22, 1944
				3360 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946 for use in movie making 
					as N67974.  Sold to California Atlantic Airways May 8, 1950.  Sold to Bolivia
					as CB-70 then CP-570.  Crashed at La Paz/El Alto,Bolivia
					Sept 21, 1955.
				3362 (97th BG) lost Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 2032
				3363 (306th BG, 367th BS, "Punchy") shot down at Vorwalde, Germany Dec 22, 1943.  
					MACR 1716.  7 KIA, 3 POW
				3369 to RCAF as 9204, delivered Dec 9, 1943.  Delivered to RCAF 9Dec43. Purchased for use by No. 168 
					Heavy Transport Squadron, Rockcliffe, for mail flights to Europe and North Africa.  Flew first mission on 15 December 1943.
					Damaged beyond repair at Rockcliffe, Ontario Sep 17, 1944
				3371 crashlanded at Adams Field, AR Sep 12, 1945.
				3374 first assigned to 373rd Sub Depot at Dyersburg, TN.  Placed in class 26 Sep 8, 1944 for non-flying roles.  Transferred to MGM
					Studios after the war for making of movie *Footprints in the Sky*, which
					was never made.  Sat in storage at MGM until 1960s, when transferred to Ed
					Maloney's Planes of Fame Air Museum at Chino, CA, where the fuselage
					was displayed on its belly.  Traded to Beale AFB museum in 1981.  
					Transferred to Offutt AFB, Nebraska in 1989, where it was restored and painted
					as 42-30230 *Homesick Angel* and put on display as gate guard at the SAC entrance.  Still there
					in 2013.
				3375 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				3378 (388th BG, 563rd BS, "Silver Dollar") shot down by fighter
					Sep 6, 1943, Germany.  MACR 3114.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				3380 (301st BG, 32nd BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 51/II near
					Wiener Neustadt, Austria Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1095. 3 KIA, 6 POW
				3382 (306th BG, 369th BS) crash landed at Thurleigh, England May 9, 1944
				3383 (97th BG) lost Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 6425
				3384 (2nd BG, 20th BS, then to 301st BG, 353rd BS) returned to USA.
					Salvaged Sep 14, 1944
				3386 (100th BG, 351st BS, *Marie Helena*) in midair collision with
					Lt Erich Hondt's Fw 190A-5/U12 of JG 11/2 and crashed at
					Bellingwolde, Netherlands on mission to Bremen Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 949
					10 KIA.  Lt Hondt was thrown clear and survived.
				3387 (305th BG, 364th BS) shot down by Oblt Hugo Frey in Bf 109G
					of JG 11/7 near Hude, E of Oldenburg, Germany Nov 26, 1943.  
					MACR 1573.  10 POW.
				3388 (385th BG, 550th BS, 'Sleepytime Gal') lost Apr 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4452
				3390 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				3391 (301st BG, 32nd BS, "Georgie Peach") shot down by Bf 109G-6
					of JG 51/II near Aspang, Austria Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1092.  3 KIA, 6 POW
				3392 (2nd BG, 96th BS, then to 301st BG, 353rd BS, then to 97th BG
					as weather aircraft) returned to USA at Busch Field May 10, 1945.
				3393 delivered Denver Jun 1, 1943, to Dow Field Jul 1, 1943,  Assigned to 418th BS, 100th BG at Thorpe Abbots
					Jul 5, 1943, named "Just-A-Snappin", then to 418th BS, named "Did You Say Ten Cents?".  Damaged by German 
					fighters on mission to Bremen Oct 8, 1943 and crashlanded at Ludham, UK.  1 crew KIA.  Aircraft
					salvaged Oct 15, 1943.
42-3394/3422		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-55-DL Fortress
				MSN 8330/8358.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3397 (385th BG, 551st BS, 'Fighting Cock') shot down by Fw. Josef
					Lohr in Fw 190A of JGr West/3 and crashed into Bay of Biscay
					6km NW of Lacanau-Ocean, France Dec 5, 1943.  MACR 1337 and 2164.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				3398 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Mrs. Satan--the Queen of Hell") to
					482nd BG in 1944.
				3399 (Plummer Provisional Gp, 318 Bomb. Sqdn) crashed Jun 28/29, 1943 on ridge near Cloud Peak, Big Horn Mts, 
					WY during positioning flight from Pendleton AAB to Grand Isle AAF.  All 10 onboard killed. Wreck not 
					found until August 1945.
				3400 (95th BG, 334th BS, "The Gremlin's Sweetheart") forcelanded in UK Sep 6, 1943 on return fro Stuttgart.
				3404 crashlanded 1/4 mi N of Hendricks AAB, FL.  All survived, but plane destroyed by fire.  Date?
				3405 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				3406 (306th BG, 367th BS, "Big Operator") shot down by Lt Raimund Koch in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/8 at Hemmerich,
					S of Cologne, Germany Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 255.  8 KIA, 2 POW
				3412 (305th BG, 365th BS) shot down by fighter NE of Bremen, Germany Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1709.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				3413 delivered Dallas Jun 10, 1943, to Dow Field Aug 18, 1943.  Assined to 350th BS, 100th BG at Thorpe
					Abbots Aug 20,1943.  (100th BG, *Hard Luck*) lost on mission to Ludwigshafen Aug 14, 1944.  MACR 7899.
					9 crew POW.
				3414 (388th BG, 561st BS, "Paddlefoot") damaged and ditched into 
					Mediterranean Aug 17, 1943 during mission to Regensburg.
					Crew rescued.
				3415 (390th BG, 571st BS, "Mis Behavin") hit by the crashing 42-3328 and both
					crashed at Burgsteinfurt, Germany Oct 10, 1943. MACR 859. 9 KIA, 1 POW.
				3422 (385th BG, 551st BS, 'Winnie the Pooh') lost Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2775
42-3423/3448		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-60-DL Fortress
				MSN 8359/8384.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3425 (388th BG, 563rd BS, "In God We Trust") shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 2 at Sainte-Maure,
					France Sep 6, 1943.  MACR 3115.  8 POW, 2 evaded.
				3426 (390th BG, 571st BS, "Kemy II") shot down by Uffz Walter Ruttau in Fw 190A of JG 1/4 and crashed at Isendorf, 
					Germany, 3 km N of Emsdetten Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 864.  3 KIA, 7 POW.
				3428 (92nd BG, 407th BS) ran out of fuel and ditched in English Channel
					49 km S of Eastbourne, UK Sep 6, 1943.  Crew rescued.
				3430 (96th BG, 338th BS, "Carolina Boomerang") shot down by Lt
					Ulf Montanus in Bf 109G-6 of JG 2/8 at Samsoussy, France 
					Oct 14, 1943.  8 POW, 2 evaded.  MACR 835
				3433 (100th BG, 350th BS, *Lena*) shot down by fighter at Lembeck, 
					Germany on mission to Munster Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 1024. 3 KIA, 7 POW.
				3434 (305th BG, 364th BS, *So What?* interned in Switzerland Sept 6, 1943.  MACR 1342
					Returned Sep 22, 1945.
				3435 (92nd BG, 327th BS) shot down Aug 17, 1943 by Lt. Werner Beckers
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 2/4 while returning from Schweinfurt
					mission and crashed in Sint-Suibrechts-Hern, Belgium.  7 POW
					3 evaded.  MACR 654
				3436 (305th BG, 364th BS) shot down by Obfw. Anton-Rudolf Piffer in
					Fw 190A of JG 1/2 at Eijgelshoven, Netherland Oct 14, 1943.  
					5 KIA, 5 POW.  MACR 1034
				3437 (96th BG, 339th BS) shot down by Oblt Ferbert Huppertz in
					Fw 190A-6 of JG2/8 between Le Pecq and Le Mesnil-le-Roi,
					France Sep 15, 1943.  MACR 726.  9 KIA, 1 evaded.
				3438 to 803rd BS at Oulton early 1944 as radio countermeasures aircraft.
					After service with 96th BG, converted to Aphrodite flying bomb
					and launched against U-boat pens on Heligoland Oct 30, 1944.
				3439 (96th BG, 413th BS) shot down by Bf 109G flown by Oblt Erich Burkert Oct 20, 1943 De Bilt,
					Holland during raid on Duren. 5 KIA, 4POW, 1 evaded.  MACR 1018
				3440 converted in 1944 for use in Aphrodite project as flying bomb.  Not
					expended, WFU Aug 1944
				3441 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Patches II*) used as assembly ship.  Flew 61 combat missions as ‘Patches II’ 
					before being retired. Became lead assembly ship of 384th Bombardment Group, flying with the 547th Bombardment 
					Squadron, based at RAF Grafton Underwood. Nick-named ‘Spotted Cow’.
				3442 (96th BG, 338th BS  *HELL'S CHARIOT*/*WACKY WOODY*) salvaged as a result of battle damage May 20, 1944
				3443 delivered Denver Jun 23, 1943; force landed Scott Fd  Aug 11, 1943; Ass ?; W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Scott Field, IL 
					Also listed as MIA 22/10/43;
				3448 (303rd BG, 359th BS) lost Jan 1, 1944.  MACR 1924
42-3449/3482		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-65-DL Fortress
				MSN 8385/8418.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3449 (306th BG) hit by flak during bomb run over Nantes Sep 23, 1943,
					causing bomb doors to jam open and one fuel tank to leak.
					Returned to UK but crashed into woods while attempting to
					land.  All crew survived but with injuries.
				3450 delivered Cheyenne Jun 13, 1943; Roswell Jul 19, 1943; crashed three miles from Hobbs Aux Fd, NM, Apr 23, 1944; 
					W/O Apr 26, 1944.
				3452 (100th BG, 350th BS) hit by AAA and crashed near Lagny, France 
					on mission to Paris Sep 15, 1943.  MACR 645.  1 KIA, 2 POW, 7 evaded.
				3453 (94th BG, 333rd BS, flown by 96th BG crew) shot down by AAA near Schweinfurt,
					Germany Oct 14, 1943.  MACR 831.  10 POW.  The MACR wrongly identifies
					this plane as 42-30453, which was also lost.
				3454 delivered Cheyenne Jun 26, 1943; 435BS/19BG Pyote Jul 19, 1943; Assigned 333BS/94BG stayed US Jun 25, 1943;
					crashed Springfield, KS Dec 5, 1943; WO Dec 10, 19/43.
				3455 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Lucky Thirteen*) shot down by Uffz
					Kahlhammer in Fw 190A-5/UA of SKG 10/3 at Clermont, France 
					Sep 6, 1943 on mission to Stuttgart, Germany.  MACR 775.  8 POW,
					2 evaded.
				3456 delivered Cheyenne Jun 21, 1943; 19BG Pyote Jul 20, 1943; Galena Dec 5, 1943; W/o 22 Mar 1944 at Halls, TN 
				3458 delivered Cheyenne Jun 26, 1943; Dalhart Jul 15, 1943; crashed 12 miles south of 
					Halhart, TX base Jul 27, 1943.  W/o Jul 28, 1943
				3459 (384th BG, 546th BS) shot down by Oblt Herbert Huppertz in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/8 at Plemet,
					France Sep 23, 1943 on mission to Nantes, France.  MACR 748.
					7 POW, 3 evaded.
				3461 after service with 92nd BG, converted to Aphrodite flying bomb
					and launched against V-sites at Wizernes Aug 4, 1944.  Lost from
					view in low cloud on approach and impacted beyond target.
				3462 (95th BG, 336th BS, "San Antonio Rose") lost Feb 21, 1944, Zegveld, Netherlands.  MACR 2424.  RAF
					record card for Oxford BG605 states aircraft crashed near Cambridge,
					England Aug 4, 1943 after colliding with this B-17.  There is also MACR 856 which refers
					to this aircraft with 336th BS, 95th BG dated Oct 14, 1943, Germany
				3463 delivered Denver Jun 25, 1943; to Ephrata.  Force landed Moses Lake, WA Aug 3, 1943; 497BG Pratt Aug 11, 1943;
					force landed Harvard Fd, NE Oct 11, 1943; 225 ASC Rapid City Apr 29, 1944; to RFC Ontario Jun 19, 1945.
				3464 crashed Jul 20, 1944 south of Brooksville AAF base.  Deadstick with one killed
					after midair collision with B-17F 42-29458.  
				3465 ("Wee Bonnie II")
				3466 crashed on landing approach 2 mi N of Ardmore AAF, OK Nov 4, 1943.  4 killed, pilot died 2 weeks later.
				3468 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				3470 converted to TB-17F and later displayed as memorial at Montana State
					College, Bozeman, MT.  To California Atlantic Airways Dec 1953 as 
					N66574, then to Peru as OB-RAH-346, back to US as N9915F, then to
					Nicaragua as AN-AMI, to Bolivia as CP-633 in 1957, and finally to 
					Colombian government as C-580 (NTU) then as HK-580X, then as HK-580.  
					Crashed in 1962 at airport of Puerto Asis 
				3471 delivered Denver Jul 3, 1943; 327 BU Drew Sep 15, 1943; 4124 BU Altus Jul 2, 1944.  To RFC Altus Aug 1, 1945.
				3474 (100th BG, 351st BS, *King Bee*) during taxiing collided with B-17F
					42-6094 and B-17G 42-37772 at Thorpe Abbots, UK Dec 27, 1943.  
					Salvaged after taxi accident
				3478 delivered Denver Jul 2, 1943; Moses Lake Jul 19, 1943; 327 BU Drew May 4, 1944; 4124 BU Altus Jul 2, 1944; 
					TO RFC Altus Aug 1, 1945
42-3483/3503		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-70-DL Fortress
				MSN 8419/8439.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3483 (384th BG, then to 401st BG)   Returned to USA Jul 11, 1945 and
					ended up at RFC at Kingman, AZ where it was scrapped.
				3485 (447th BG 711th BS) Assigned for APHRODITE conversion, salvaged - non-battle damage in May 1945
				3486 (482nd BG, 812th BS, "Invictus") shot down into Zuider Zee near IJsselmeer, Netherlands by enemy
					fighers Jan 11, 1944 during missin to Oschersleben.  MACR 2522.  8 KIA, 3 POW.
					Wreckage recovered 1968;Oost-Flevoland
				3487 delivered Denver Jul 10, 1943; Grenier Aug 18, 1943; Ass 812BS/482BG Alconbury Aug 28, 1943; transferred to
					349BS/100BG Thorpe Abbotts 1943; hit when parked by 43-37539;  447th BG 709th BS) declared salvage Jun 24, 1944
					W/o 23 Jun 1944 at Rattlesden, UK
				3488 (385th BG, 548th BS, 'Weidner's Wildcat') shot down by Lt.
					Heinrich Steis in Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/4 at Offingawier,
					Netherlands Dec 11, 1943.  MACR 1665.  2 KIA, 8 POW
				3489 delivered Denver Jul 11, 1943; Grenier, NH Aug 18, 1943; Force landed base Aug 21, 1943; Assigned 482BG; transferred 1 EEL
					Bedford (TB-17-G) Jul 20, 1944; 4148 BU Bedford Dec 4, 1944; 4100 Patterson Mar 8, 1945; 
					RFC Walnut Ridge Jul 12, 1945.  
				3490 (MSN 8426, 385th BG, 549th BS) force landed at Bulltofta, Sweden and interned by Sweden Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5919.  
					Converted to airliner configuration and registered Sep 10 1945 as SE-BAN "Ted" and owned
					by Swedish crown and operated by SILA.  Scrapped Oct 1948.
				3491 delivered Denver Jul 11, 1943.  To Grenier Aug 18, 1943.  Assigned to 812nd BS, 482nd BG at Alconbury.
					(482nd BG, 812th BS) pathfinder aircraft with H2X "Mickey" unit shot down by flak over Berlin Mar 6, 1944.  
					6 killed, 4 POW.  MACR 3362
				3493 converted in 1944 for use in Aphrodite project as flying bomb. Not
					expended, WFU Aug 1944.
				3494 (92nd BG) lost Jan 4, 1944.  MACR 1961 and 1753
				3495 (351st BG, 510th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Hourtin,
					France on raid on Cognac, France Dec 31, 1943.  MACR 1981.
					3 POW, 7 evaded.
				3496 delivered Denver Dec 13, 1943; Presque Is Aug 16, 1943; Assigned to 327BS/92BG Alconbury Sep 4, 1943; on practice
					mission crash landed base after stall by pilot under instruction, left tyre blew then u/c collapsed May 15, 1944, .
				3497 (95th BG, 355th BS) shot down by Obfw Kark-Emil Demuth in Fw 190A of JG 1/2
					Oct 10, 1943 and crashed near Haaksbergen, Holland during mission to 
					Munster.  MACR 943.  One crew KIA, 9 bailed out and became POW.
				3498 (390th BG, 571st BS) lost May 8, 1944.  MACR 4582
				3500 (482nd BG, 812th BS) made forced landing in field Feb 4, 1944 between Zwolle and Meddo in the Netherlands, just south of
					the German border.  MACR 3159.  Most of the crew bailed out, and 11 became POW.  The pilot who made the forced
					landing evaded capture with the help of the Dutch underground.
				3501 crashed after engine failure on return from abort Feb 5, 1944.  Crashed near Dymchurch, Kent.
				3502 delivered Denver Mul 15, 1943, to Rapid City Aug 10, 1943.  Assigned to 331 BS/94th BG at Rougham Jul 7, 1943.
					Transferred to 550th BS, 385th BG at Greater Ashfield Sep 1943.  Named "Swinging Door".  Crash landing 
					Feb 2, 1944 at Lofts Farm, Great Totham, Essex, England. Salvaged
				3503 Delivered Denver Mar 14, 1943; Walla Walla Jul 28, 1943; crashed 17 miles east of Arlington, OR. Aug 10, 1943; WO Aug 14, 1943
42-3504/3562		Douglas-Long Beach B-17F-75-DL Fortress
				MSN 8440/8498.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				3504 delivered Denver Jul 16, 1943; Scott Aug 11, 1943; Assigned 339BS/96BG Snetterton Sep 3, 1943.  Lost on mission to Kiel Jan 11, 1944, 
					and ditched IJsselmeer, Netherlands.  All lost.  MACR 2376.  Was first a/c with Bendix chin turret.
				3505 (388th BG, 562nd BS) engines failed and ditched into
					North Sea Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 3153.  7 drowned, 3 rescued.
				3506 (91st BG, 324th BS) lost Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3473
				3507 (401st BG, 613th BS, "Duffy's Tavern") declared war weary and
					transferred to 487th BG, 838th BS.
				3508 (100th BG, 418th BS, *Bastard's Bunglow II* lost on mission to Munich Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3232
				3509 (351 BG, 511 BS) shot down by flak and fighters Jan 30, 1944, Hengelo, Holland.  MACR 2262
				3510 delivered Long Beach Jul 15, 1943, to Hill Aug 20, 1943.  Assigned to 337th BS, 96th BG at Snetterton
					Sep 9, 1943.  While on training flight tail contacted with 43-37684, broke into two, and crashed Farthingstone,
					Northamptonshire, England Oct 11, 1944.   
				3511 fitted with chin turret and radome.  (381st BG, 535th BS) lost Apr 25, 1944, France.  MACR 4286 
				3512 delivered Long Beach Aug 4, 1943; Tulsa Aug 7, 1943; crashed on takeoff at Tulsa, OK Aug 28, 1943 , 3 killed.  
					Aircraft W/O Oct 8, 1943 
				3513 delivered Denver Jul 19, 1943; Presque Is Aug 17, 1943; Assisgned 326BS/92BG Podington Sep 2, 1943;  Hit by flak Apr 29, 1944 
					on mission to Berlin.  Flak caused engine failure, cr Nieuw-Millingen, seven miles W of Apeldoorn, Holland. 
					MACR 4260. MACR 4260.  10 POW.
				3514 (381 BG, 533 BS 'Dinah Mite II/Doll Baby') crashed Minden
					after catching fire afer fighter attack Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1878
				3516 (96th BG, 338th BS) shot down over Germany Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 893
				3517 (351st BG, 508th BG) shot down by AAA Feb 24, 1944, Schweinfurt.  MACR 2773
				3518 to 803rd BS(P) at Oulton early 1944, fitted with ELINT equipment.
				3520 delivered Denver Jul 20, 1943; Geiger Aug 3, 1943; Assigned 368BS/306BG Thurleigh Sep 16, 1943; After t/o for
					Bremen undercarrige would not retract correctly, nor lower, so a wheels up landing was made at Little Staughton Nov 29, 1943
					10 crew uninjured.  Aircraft salvaged.
				3521 modified as B-17G and accepted 7/28/1943. 
					To US Navy as B-17G 3/45 #34106.  PB-1 designation
					assigned to all Navy B-17s in 7/45.  Used to drop F8F model.
				3522 delivered Hill Sep 21, 1943; Ephrata Aug 4, 1943; Assigned 482BG Alconbury Sep 7, 1943; transferred to 337BS/96BG  Sep 7, 1943;
					To 533BS/381BG  Ridgewell Sep 27, 1943.  Named "Gremlin's Delite".  w/o 23 Dec 1943 at Little Staughton, UK
					Returned to USA Okmulgee Jul 9, 1944; To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 8, 1945.
				3523 (351st BG, 510th BS) shot down by AAA Jan 11, 1944 Oschersleben, Germany.  MACR 1940
				3524 (527th BS, 379th BG, 'Vonnie Gal') hit by AAA Jul 20, 1944, made
					emergency landing at Payerne, Switzerland and interned.  MACR 7838.  Returned
					to UK at end of war and scrapped Sept 25, 1945.
				3525 with 482nd BG received prototype installation of Oboe II/Albumleaf
					radar, flew first experimental sortie night Nov 11/12, 1943.
					(381st BG, 534th BS) crashed Frettenrode Apr 19, 1944.  MACR 4050.
				3526 (390th BG, 568th BS) crashed due to engine failure near
					Hastings, England Oct 18, 1943
				3528 (96th BG, 339th BS) shot down by Lt Schreiber of ZG 101/2
					at Barmsee, Germany Oct 14, 1943.  1 KIA, 9 POW.  MACR 834
				3529 (95th BG, 336th BS) damaged by flak and finished off by fighter
					attack north of Madeburg Mar 6, 1944.  One killed,
					9 bailed out and taken prisoner.  MACR 2979.
				3530 (94th BG) lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1885
				3531 (305th BG, 365th BS) shot down by Ogfr Wilhelm Krauter
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/7 at Zuidbroek, Groeingen, Netherlands 
					Nov 26, 1943.  MACR 1572.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				3532 (351st BG) crashlanded with flak damage near Ipswich Nov 5, 1943.
					Crew OK.  Salvaged Nov 11, 1943.
				3533 (306th BG, 368th BS) collided with 42-30776 over North Sea 
					Nov 3, 1943.  MACR 1159.  10 KIA
				3534 delivered Denver Jul 24, 1943, to Dyersburg Aug 31, 1943.  Assigned to 349th BS, 100th BG at Thorpe
					Abbots Sep 9, 1943.  (100th BG, 349th BS, *Ol'Dad*) lost Apr 27, 1944 on mission to Le Culot, 
					France.  MACR 4268.   9 crew POW, 1 evaded.
				3535 delivered Denver Mul 24, 1943, to Dyersburg Aug 7, 1943.  Assigned to 385th BG at Great Ashfield
					Sep 9, 1943.  Transferred to 337th BS, 96th BG then to 339th BS, 96th BG at Snetterton Sep 9, 1943.
					(96th BG, 339th BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  Damaged by flak and fighters on mission to Poznan.  Belly landed in 
					Denmark. Crew evaded and were transported to Sweden, and were eventually returned to England.  MACR 4266
				3536 delivered Denver Jul 24, 1943; Dyersburg Aug 15, 1943; Assigned 813BS/482BG Alconbury with Oboe Mk I
					radar Sep 19, 1943; transferred to 325BS/92BG Podington Feb 20, 1944;  Crashed  Glebe Farm, Farndish, Bedforshire
					on takeoff  for Alconbury Mar 9, 1944.  Salvaged.
				3538 (94th BG, 333rd BS, "Ten Knights In A Bar Room") shot down by Lt Jacob Schaus in Bf 110 of NJG 4/4 1/5 Km S of 
					Chenay, France Oct 4, 1943 on Emden raid.  MACR 771.  3 POW, 7 evaded.
				3539 delivered Denver Jul 26, 1943, to Dyersburg Aug 9, 1943.  Assigned to 549th BS, 385th BG at
					Greater Ashfield.  Shot down by Uffz Hans Oeckel in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG26/12 near Holten, Netherlands Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 826.  3 KIA, 4 POW, 3 crew evaded,
				3540 (381st BG, 535th BS, 'Bacta-th'Sac') hit by AAA and crashed Huy, Belgium 
					Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1660  1 KIA, 7 Pow, 2 evaded.
				3541 (96th BG, 339th BS, 'Little Girls') damaged by fighters during raid on
					Bordeaux, France and ditched in Bay of Biscay Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 2011. 5 crew KIA,
					5 POW. MACR 2011
				3542 salvaged May 21, 1945
				3543 (MSN 8479, 96th BG, 338th BS, "Sack Time Susy") force landed Oct 9, 1943 at Bulltofta, Sweden and interned by Sweden.  
					MACR 946.  Converted to airliner configuration and registered Jan 24, 1944 as SE-BAH "Sam" and 
					owned by Swedish crown but operated by ABA. Scrapped Sept 1946 and used for firefighting practice.
				3544 (385th BG) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 4477
				3545 (95th BG, 334th BS) lost Jan 29, 1944.  MACR 2257
				3546 (96th BG, 339th BS, "Wildfire") damaged by AAA and then shot down 
					by Oblt Lard in Me 410A of ZG 26/4 near Eystrup, Germany
					Nov 29, 1943 on mission to Bremen and crashed near
					Verden.  All crew bailed out and became POW.  MACR 1393
				3548 (388th BG, 563rd BS) shot down by AAA over Ruhr Valley on mission to Brunswick
					Mar 23, 1944.   MACR 3593
				3549 (305th BG, 366th BS) shot down by Flg. Gunther Ewald in
					Bf 109G-6 of Jg 1/9 at Horn, Netherlands Oct 14, 1943.  
					4 KIA, 6 POW.  MACR 918
				3550 (305th BG, 365th BS) shot down by Fw 190A 10 km from Schweinfurt, Germany Oct 14, 1943. 
					3 KIA, 7 POW.  MACR 921
				3551 (385 BG, 551st BS, 'Shack Bunny') shot down by Fw Hans Meissner in Ju 88C-6 of
					NJC 3/2 at Nottfeld, Germany Dec 13, 1943.  MACR 1667.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				3552 (96 BG, 339 BS) lost Gudesweiler Jan 29, 1944.  MACR 2379
				3553 (96th BG, 339th BS) crashed on takeoff at Snetterton
					Heath, England Nov 8, 1943
				3554 (92nd BG, 326th BS) shot down by Uffz Heinz Neuendorf
					in Fw 190A-4 of JG 11/2 and exploded 16 km SW of Blavandshuk,
					Denmark Oct 9, 1943.  MACR 746.  5 KIA, 5 POW.
				3555 (388th BG, 560th BS, "Tiger Girl") hit by two incendaries
					dropped from a B-17 above and crashed near Bremen,
					Germany Nov 26, 1943.  MACR 3116.  8 KIA, 2 POW.
				3557 (390th BG, 570th BS, "Esquire") shot down by Oblt Herbert
					Schrammin Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/5 and crashed at Golzheim,
					Germany Nov 30, 1943.  MACR 1401. 2 KIA, 8 POW.
				3559 (379th BG, 526th BS, "Stardust") shot down by AAA at
					Rotterdam, Netherlands Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1333.  6 POW, 4
					evaded.
				3560 (351st BG, 510th BS, then to 508th BS, "Salty Dog") ditched 
					in North Sea Nov 26, 1943 while returning from Bremen.  10 rescued
				3561 delivered Tulsa Aug 3, 1943; Pendleton Nov 1, 1943; ; w/o 4 Jan 1944 at Pyote, TX
				3562 (381st BG, 532rd BS) shot down by AAA Feb 20, 1944, 
					Leipzig, Germany.  MACR 2929.
42-3563			Douglas-Long Beach B-17G-5-DL Fortress
				MSN 8499.  Lost with 381 BG, 532 BS Dec 20, 1943 when shot down by four Bf 109Gs at Stapeler Moor,
					Germany.  MACR 1721.  5 KIA, 5 POW.
42-3564/3577		Curtiss C-46A-30-CU Commando
				3564 (MSN 26697/CU337) lost Feb 12, 1945, India.  MACR 12036
				3565 (MSN 26698/CU338) to Indian government Apr 11, 1946.  To Rutas Aereas
					Nacionales SA (RANSA) Sep 1955 as YV-C-ARX.  WFU and stored 1966.
				3566 (MSN 26999/CU339) DBR Aug 25, 1944, Chengkung, China
				3567 (MSN 26700/CU340) WFU and stored Feb 1946
				3568 (MSN 26701/CU341) lost Feb 26, 1944.  MACR 2608.  Condemned Feb 28, 1944.
					Also listed as being in crash landing at Ledo (India) Jul 2, 1944,
					but this is probably incorrect.
				3569 (MSN 26702/CU342) WFU and stored Buffalo, NY Oct 1945.  To RFC
					Feb 26, 1946, WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas Feb 1946
				3570 (MSN 26703/CU343) WFU and stored Jan 1946.  Condemned for salvage
					Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation Commission.
				3571 (MSN 26704/CU344) DBR Jul 31, 1944
				3572 (MSN 26705/CU345) crashed Mar 11, 1945.  W/o 13 May 1945 in China/Burma/India
				3573 (MSN 26706/CU346) WFU and stored India Jan 1946
				3574 (MSN 26707/CU347) lost Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6119
				3575 (MSN 26708/CU348) missing in CBI theatre Aug 25, 1944, China.  MACR 7856
				3576 (MSN 26709/CU349) to US Navy as BuNo 39520.
				3577 (MSN 26710/CU350) to US Navy as BuNo 39523
42-3578/3683		Curtiss C-46A-35-CU Commando
				10 aircraft from this batch were converted to C-46A-36-CU
				3578 (MSN 26711/CU351) to US Navy as BuNo 39524
				3579 (MSN 26712/CU352) to US Navy as BuNo 39512.  Also reported as being
					condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation
					Commission.
				3580 (MSN 26713/CU353) to US Navy as BuNo 39526
				3581 (MSN 26714/CU354) to US Navy as BuNo 39527
				3582 (MSN 26715/CU355) to US Navy Jan 17, 1944 as R5C-1 BuNo 39528
				3583 (MSN 26716/CU356) to US Navy Jan 17, 1944 as R5C-1 BuNo 39529
				3584 (MSN 26717/CU357) to US Navy Jan 17, 1944 as R5C-1 BuNo 39530
				3585 (MSN 26718/CU358) to US Navy Jan 1944 as R5C-1 BuNo 39531
				3586 (MSN 26719/CU359) to US Navy Jan 17, 1944 as R5C-1 BuNo 39532
				3587 (MSN 26720/CU360) to US Navy Jan 11, 1944 as R5C-1 BuNo 39533
				3588 (MSN 26721/CU361) DBR Mar 2, 1944 after forced landing due to engine failure
					at Kunming Station #13, China.  Condemned Mar 4, 1944.
				3589 (MSN 26722) condemned
				3590 (MSN 26723) to US Navy as BuNo 39536
				3591 (MSN 26724) W/o 3 May 1944 at Mohanbari, India.  Condemned May 20, 1944  
				3592 (MSN 26725) to US Navy as BuNo 39538
				3593 (MSN 26726) W/o 25 Oct 1944 at Paoshan, India.  Condemned for salvage Oct 31, 1944.
				3594 (MSN 26727) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.  To N10435; N10200; YV-C-TAN 28Sep64; N11640 19Feb70, canx 29Jan73; CP-1009
				3595 (MSN 26728) "Latrine Weasel" belly landed due to engine failure at Kunming, China Oct 9, 1944, condemned Oct 10, 1944.
				3596 (MSN 26729) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.  To N10436; PP-AKG
				3597 (MSN 26730) to US Navy as BuNo 39543.  Also reported as having been
					condemned May 8, 1944
				3598 (MSN 26731/CU371) delivered to USAAF Jan 4, 1944. Attached to 1333AAFBU at Chabua . Jul 2, 1945, damaged in a ground 
					accident with two other C-46 aircraft (43-47349, 42-107342) at Chabua, AF, India.  WFU & stored Jan 1946. Condemned 
					for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army.
				3599 (MSN 26732/CU372) WFU and stored Jun 1945.  Condemned for salvage
					Jun 23, 1945.
				3600 (MSN 26733/CU373) W/o 25 May 1944 in China/Burma/India.  DBR Jun 26, 1944
				3601 (MSN 26734/CU374) DBR Jul 14, 1944 when crashed at Kunming, China.
				3602 (MSN 26735/CU375) W/o 10 Jun 1945 at Pao Shan, China
				3603 (MSN 26736/CU376) WFU and stored Feb 1946.  Condemned for salvage
					Feb 6, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation Commission.
				3604 (MSN 26737/CU377) crashed Dec 8, 1944 near Mohanbari, India 
				3605 (MSN 26738/CU378) MIA in CBI theatre May 2, 1944.  MACR 4653
				3606 (MSN 26739/CU379) DBR Jun 26, 1944
				3607 (MSN 26740/CU380) MIA May 13, 1944 in CBI theatre.  Condemned Jun 2, 1944.
				3608 (MSN 26741/CU381) DBR Sep 14, 1945
				3609 (MSN 26742/CU382) DBR Aug 25, 1944 when crashlanded 11 km ENE of
					Kunming, China
				3610 (MSN 26743/CU383) DBR Feb 5, 1944 S of Ledo, India
				3611 (MSN 26744/CU384) DBR after crashed on takeoff Apr 28, 1944 at Sookerating, India
				3612 (MSN 26745/CU385) DBR Sep 29, 1944
				3613 (MSN 26746/CU386) W/o 27 Jul 1944 at Sookerating, India
				3614 (MSN 26747/CU387) W/o 14 Jul 1945 at Chengkung, China. Condemned Jul 16, 1945.
				3615 (132nd TCS) lost Jun 28, 1945 at Chengkung, China.  MACR 14692  Reported junked Jul 31, 1945.
				3616 (328th TCS) W/o 19 Aug 1944 at Assam Valley, India.  MACR 7595
				3617 (MSN 26750/CU390) to Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU and stored
					Apr 1946.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Export Nov 30, 1956 and
					registered as PP-LEF.  Boutht by Loide Aereo Nacional Nov 30, 1956.
					Bought by Aeronorte Oct 24, 1957 and reregistered as PP-NBN.  Real SA
					bought it Jun 11, 1959.  VARIG managed it Aug 1961.  WFU and stored
					at Sao Paulo, Brazil Nov 1966.  Broken up in 1970. 
				3619 (MSN 26752/CU392) to US Navy as 39538.
				3620 (MSN 26753/CU393) to US Navy as 39535.
				3621 (MSN 26754/CU394) transferred to US Navy Feb 7, 1944, but no record of BuNo
					assigned, but possibly 39536.  Capitol Airways in 1956, named "Tennessee" registred as N9513C.
					Converted to CW-20T.  Bought by Transcontinetal SA Feb 1959, registered LV-PMB,
					reregistered Mar 19, 1959 as LV-FTY.  Leased to Austral Dec 22, 1961, 
					returned Feb 13, 1962.  WFU and stored Feb 1962.
				3622 (MSN 26755/CU395) transferred to US Navy Jan 21, 1944 but no record of BuNo
					assigned, but possibly 39537.  Bought by Dominican Republic AF in 1960, registered as FAF 3104.  Bought
					by Bellomy-Lawson Aviation, Inc May 1970, registered as N9070.  Bought by Lanica
					in 1974, registered as AN-BGU.  DBR Puerto Cabezos, Nicaragua Mar 17, 1976
				3623 (MSN 26756/CU396) to US Navy as 39534.
				3624 (MSN 26757/CU397) to US Navy as 39539.
				3625 (MSN 26758/CU398) to US Navy as 39540
				3626 (MSN 26759/CU399) to US Navy as 39541
				3627 (MSN 26760) W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Sookersting, India.  Condemned Mar 26, 1944
				3628 (MSN 26761) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation
					Commission.
				3629 lost 24 Mar 1945 at Pangseng Pass, Burma.  MACR 13373
				3630 lost Apr 24, 1944, India.  MACR 4737
				3631 (MSN 26764) W/o 14 Jul 1944 at Chanyi, China.  condemned for salvage Sep 6, 1944
				3632 (MSN 26765) W/o 24 Aug 1944 at Yupanga, Burma.  condemned Aug 24, 1944
				3633 (MSN 26766) W/o 10 Jun 1944 at Sookerating, India.  
				3634 (MSN 26767) condemned Mar 18, 1944
				3635 (MSN 26768) condemned Oct 17, 1944
				3637 (MSN 26770) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				3638 (MSN 26771) to N91364, canx 11Dec69; TAM-61 [Bolivian AF]; CP-1080. WFU LA Paz
				3639 (MSN 26772) condemned for salvage Sep 2, 1944
				3640 (MSN 27773/CU413) to RFC Jan 15, 1946.  WFU and stored Ontario,
					CA Jan 1946.  Bought by Transocean Air Lines in 1947 and
					registered N4680V.  DBR in 1951.
				3641 (MSN 27664/CU414) w/o Jan 9, 1944 when DR after crew bailed
					out due to mechanical failure when an engine tore loose
					near Clarence Center, NY.  Broken up Rome, NY
				3642 (MSN 26775/CU415) crashed following explosion and structural
					failure in Africa Dec 29, 1944.
				3643 (MSN 26776/CU416) DBR in takeoff accident Mangshih, China
					Mar 15, 1945.  Condemned Mar 15, 1945.
				3644 (MSN 26777/CU417) to RFFc Oct 16, 1945.  WFU and stored 
					Ontario, CA Oct 1945.  Returned to USAF May 21, 1945, WFU
					and stored Feb 1949.
				3645 (MSN 26778/CU418) to RFC Mar 16, 1946.  WFU and stored
					Ontario, CA Mar 1946.  Bought by Charles C. Finn
					in 1947 as N111H, set up as ground classroom.  Bought by Texaco Colombia Mar 31, 1959
					as HK-489. Crashed Calderon, Colombia Apr 8, 1961.
				3646 (MSN 26779/CU419) to RFC Oct 23, 1945.  WFU and stored Ontarion,
					CA Oct 1945.  Returned to USAF May 21, 1948.  WFU and stored Feb 1949.
				3647 (MSN 26780/CU420) Assigned to Misaman, India Station 11.  Damaged
					Jan 4, 1944 22 mi West of Chabua, India due to mechanical
					failure.  Damaged in landing accident Jul 8, 1944 at Misaman,
					Station 11, India.  WFU and stored Feb 1946.  Condemned for salvage 
					Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation Commission.
				3648 (MSN 26781/CU421) damaged Nov 2, 1944 in taxi accident Wadi
					Seidna, Allied-Egyption States or Sudan.  Damaged in takeoff
					accident Wadi Seidna.  WFU and stored May 1945.
				3649 (MSN 26782/CU422) to RFC Mar 26, 1946.  WFU and stored Ontario,
					CA Mar 1946.  Returned to USAF May 21, 1948.  WFU and stored Feb 1949.
				3650 (MSN 26783/CU423) WFU and stored.  Bought by C-46 Parts Inc
					Mar 2, 1965 as N91371.  Bought by Servicios Aereos Virgen de
					Copacabana (SAVCO) Mar 6, 1974 as CP-1063.  WFU and stored
					Mar 1974.  Bought by G. T. Baker Aviation school and 
					subsequently broken up.
				3651 (MSN 26784/CU424) to N79094 10Mar48; XA-HAE; XB-LAQ; N79094;  to civil registry as HK-512 with 
					Aerocarga Colombia.    To Sociedat Aeronautica Medellin as HK-512.  To Taxi Aereo Opita/Aerolineas Tao
					Jul 22, 1974.  To Aerocarga Feb 4, 1966. W/o at Funza, Colombia Nov 4, 1966)
				3654 (MSN 26787) W/o 2 Oct 1944 at Maiduguri, Nigeria 
				3655 (MSN 26788) with 1202nd AAFBU crashed Oct 9, 1944 near Accra, Gold Coast, British West Africa.
				3657 (MSN 26790) 
				3658 (MSN 26791) W/o 2 Jul 1944 at Ledo, India, condemned Jul 6, 1944
				3659 (MSN 26792) to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 5, 1946.  In 1948 to NC67925. 
					To LAPSA (Lineas Aereas de Panama S. A.) as RX-127.  LAPSA was a 
					"paper" Panamanian company that served as a clandestine
					conduit of aircraft to Israel.  To Israel Defense Force.  Back to US
					civil registry as N9852F Jan 7, 1957.  Sold to Boreas Corporation Mar
					28, 1957.  Acquired by Reeve Aleutian Airways Jul 3, 1958 and flown
					by them for over 20 years.  Registered to Foss Air Alaska Feb 21, 1980.  
					Damaged twice in 1982 in landing mishaps.  Sold to Warren C. Woods
					Sep 3, 1983.  Registration cancelled Aug 23, 1993 as "destroyed" 
				3661 W/o 11 Sep 1944 at Chabua, India
				3663 (MSN 26796/CU436) to RFC Nov 25, 1945.  Bought by Neil F. Lawrence
					in 1948 as N79979.  Leased by Aerovias Contreras "Manuel" as
					XA-JEB in 1948.  Returned to Neil Lawrence in 1949 and
					reregisterdd as N79979.  Bought by Allied Aircraft Mar 1951.  Bought
					by Aerovias Brasil Jun 28, 1951 as PP-AXU.  Bought by Pearl
					Island Corp Jan 13, 1954.  Bought by San Venezolanos Mar 1954
					as YV-C-NAF.  Seized by Brazilian authorities Jul 10, 1954.
					Sold Oct 1954 to Lidca Colombia as HK-388.  Bought by
					Aeroespesca Colombia Jun 23, 1965.  DBR Oct 21, 1981 when after
					being hijacked by 2 men and 2 women while on flight from Medellin
					to Barranquilla.  They demanded that the crew land at the
					Guajira Peninsula, and 5 tons of weapons were loaded aboard
					the plane and it departed again.  Made a forced landing in the Rio Orteguaza
					river to unload weapons.  Aircraft was abandonded by the hijackers, crew was
					held hostage until Nov 10, 1981.
				3664 (MSN 26797) to LAPSA (Lineas Aeras de Panama S. A.) as RX-133.
					LAPSA was a "paper" Panamanian company that served as a clandestine
					conduit of aircraft to Israel.  To Israel Defense Force.
					Ultimate fate uncertain.
				3665 (MSN 26798) to XB-JUP 1949; YV-C-LBD; N3920C; PP-YQD; N3966C; PP-LDU 2Sep54; PP-LEP 8Aug58
				3666 (MSN 26799) W/o 25 Sep 1944 at Iahqal, India; condemned Sep 26, 1944
				3667 (MSN 26800/CU440) to US Navy as 39542
				3668 W/o 17 Sep 1944 at Shingbwiyang, Burma
				3669 W/o 26 Jan 1945 at Bell Center, OH 
				3671 W/o 12 Mar 1945 at Shinbwiyang, Burma 
				3672 (MSN 26805/15360) To LAPSA (Lineas Aereas de Panama S. A.  as
					RX-131.  LAPSA was a "paper' Panamanian company that acted as
					a clandestine conduit of aircraft to Israel.  To Israel Defense
					Force as #17-02.  To El Al Israel Air Lines as 4X-AEF.  To
					Lance Air Transport as N2714A.  To Zantop Air Transport, later
					Universal Airlines, stil as N2714A.  To APASA (Aerovias
					Panama Airways Sur Americanas) as HP-228.  To COPA (Compania
					Panamena de Aviacion) still as HP-228.  To Taxander as HK-791.
					To Aeropesca Colombia still as HK-791 (HK-796 requested but
					NTU) To Aeronorte (Aerivias del Norte) Colomibia still as HK-791.
					Last to Lineas Aereas Suramericanas Colombia still as HK-791.  
					w/o during landing at Leticia, Colombia Apr 30, 1973.
				3673 (MSN 26806) W/o 24 May 1944 at Misamari, India; condemned Jun 26, 1944
				3675 (MSN 26808) W/o 31 Oct 1944 at Kunming, China; crashed, condemned Nov 1, 1944
				3676 (MSN 26809/CU449) purchased Dec 1947 by LAPSA (Lineas Aereas
					de Panama Sur Americans) as RX-132.  LAPSA was a "paper"
					Panamanian company that acted as a clandestine conduit of aircraft
					to Israel. To Israel Defence Force as 17-05. Withdrawn from
					service shortly after end of War of Independence and handed over
					to El Al Israel Air Lines as 4X-ALA.  In 1956 to Alaska Airlines
					as N5140B.  In 1957 to AAXICO (American Air Export and Import Company
					of Miami, FL, still as N5140B.  Crashed during emergency 
					approach and landing to Abilene-Dyess AFB, TX after losing
					elevator control, 2 killed.
				3677 (MSN 26810/CU450) to USAAF Jan 30, 1944.  To RFC Oct 5, 1945.  WFU ans stored at Bush Field, Georgia.
					To US civil registry as N95463 in 1952.  Bought by Air Maroc Apr 27, 1954 and registered as F-OAFI.
					Transferred to Aigle Azur Maroc in 1956.  To Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient, Societe Compagnie Aier Cameroun
					Used as freighter, crashed on takeoff at Garoua, Cameroun Feb 3, 1965.  All 4 onboard killed.
				3678 (MSN 26811) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				3679 to N67924; Israeli AF; N9841F 17May59; TI-1053C; N9841F.  To Colombian civil registry as HK-3150 in 1984
				3680 (MSN 26813) transferred to Chinese AF.
				3681 (MSN 26814) to N65879; HK-164; N75338
				3682 (MSN 26815) W/o 26 Jun 1944 at Sookerating, India.  MACR 6120
				3683 lost Jan 7, 1945, Lang Tai, China.  MACR 11100
42-3684/3707		Fleetwings BT-12-FL
				3687 W/o 8 Jul 1943 at Bethesda, MD 
				3689 W/o 1 Oct 1943 at Avondale, GA 
42-3708/3883		Fleetwings BT-12-FL
				Cancelled contract
42-3884/4243		North American AT-6C-NT Texan
				3884/4043 were AT-6C-5-NT, 4044/4243 were AT-6C-10-NT
				3884/3983 MSN 88-11588/11687	(100)
					3884 (MSN 88-11588) engine failed 18 mi N of Childress AAF.  WASP pilot bailed out but fell with her chute unopened and
						was killed.
					3885 (MSN 88-11589) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14428
					3886 (MSN 88-11590) W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Aloe AAF, TX 
					3889 (MSN 88-11593) W/o 20 Mar 1944 at Aloe AAF, Victoria, TX 
					3890 at Planes of Fame East, Minnesota
					3893 (MSN 88-11597) to Turkish AF as 7251 Aug 2, 1948.
					3894 (MSN 88-11598) to Turkish AF as 7252 Aug 2, 1948
					3896 (MSN 88-11600) Wfu; to NC52896; to AN-ADC; to Nicaraguan AF as 44 in Dec 1947
					3897 (MSN 88-11601) W/o 18 Jul 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
					3898 (MSN 88-11602)
					3899 (MSN 88-11603) W/o 24 Nov 1944 at Carterville, GA 
					3900 (MSN 88-11604) W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Malvern, AL 
					3901 (MSN 88-11605) W/o 10 Jul 1943 at Dothan, AL 
					3902 (MSN 88-11606) W/o 26 Feb 1944 at Dothan, AL 
					3903 (MSN 88-11607) To Uruguayan AF as 346 in 1947; w/o 23 Sep 1958
					3904 (MSN 88-11608) to Turkish AF as 7253 Aug 2, 1948
					3907 (MSN 88-11611) to Turkish AF as 7254 Aug 2, 1948
					3908 (MSN 88-11612) W/o 26 Apr 1944 at Buckeye AAAF, AZ 
					3909 (MSN 88-11613) W/o 28 Sep 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
					3910 (MSN 88-11614) W/o 5 May 1943 at Salome, AZ 
					3912 used to rebuild T-6G
					3913 (MSN 88-11617) W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Marana AAF, AZ 
					3914 (MSN 88-11618) W/o 9 Feb 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
					3916 (MSN 88-11620) W/o 8 Apr 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
					3922 (MSN 88-11626) W/o 24 Nov 1943 at San Carlos, Mexico
					3925 (MSN 88-11629) W/o 10 Dec 1943 at Thomasville, GA 
					3929 (MSN 88-11633) to Turkish AF as 7255 Aug 2, 1948
					3930 (MSN 88-11634) W/o 14 Apr 1943 at Marianna, FL 
					3931 (MSN 88-11635) in ground collision Mar 10, 1943 Marianna AAF, FL Mar 10, 1943.  One killed.
						W/o 10 Mar 1943 at Bascom, FL
					3933 (MSN 88-11637) on civil registry as N7693Z.
					3935 used to rebuild T-6G 
					3936 used to rebuild T-6G 
					3937 (MSN 88-11641) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14316
					3940 (MSN 88-11644) W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
					3942 (MSN 88-11646) W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ
					3943 (MSN 88-11647) W/o 9 Mar 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
					3944 used to rebuild T-6G 
					3946 (MSN 88-11650) to Turkish AF as 7256 Aug 2, 1948
					3950 (MSN 88-11654) To Brazilian AF
					3951 (MSN 88-11655) W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
					3954 used to rebuild T-6G 
					3955 (MSN 88-11659) W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Choctawatchee Bay, FL 
					3956 (MSN 88-11660) W/o 18 Oct 1943 at Craig Field, Selma, AL 
					3957 (MSN 88-11661) W/o 16 Feb 1943 at Craig Field, AL 
					3958 (MSN 88-11662)
					3959 crashed Oct 14, 1945 3 mi NW of Havana, AR while stationed at Craig Field, AL
					3962 (MSN 88-11666) W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Craig Field, AL 
					3965 used to rebuild T-6G 
					3967 used to rebuild T-6G 
					3968/3972 (MSN 88-11672/11676) Lend-Lease to Brazil
					3973/3978  (MSN 88-11677/11682) Lend-Lease to Mexico
					3979/3983  (MSN 88-11683/11687) Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				3984/4023 MSN 88-11758/11797	(40)
					3984 (MSN 88-11758) W/o 6 Jul 1944 at Williams Field, AZ.  On display at Luke AFB, Arizona
					3986 (MSN 88-11760) W/o 28 Feb 1944 at Luke AAAF #6, AZ 
					3987 (MSN 88-11761) W/o 19 May 1945 at Litchfield Park, AZ 
					3991 (MSN 88-11765) W/o 7 May 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
					3992 (MSN 88-11766) W/o 10 Feb 1943 at Foster AAF, TX 
					3993 (MSN 88-11767) W/o 21 Jul 1945 at Big Springs, TX 
					3997 used to rebuild T-6G
					3998 (MSN 88-11772) to Turkish AF as 7257 Aug 2, 1948
					4000 (MSN 88-11774)
					4001 (MSN 88-11775) W/o 16 Feb 1943 at Leesburg AAF #1, GA 
					4002 (MSN 88-11776)
					4003 (MSN 88-11777) crashed at Gore Field, Montana Jan 16, 1944.  W/o 22 Sep 1944 at Choteau MT
					4006 (MSN 88-11780) W/o 6 Nov 1944 at Berlin AAAF, GA 
					4007 (MSN 88-11781) W/o 12 Jul 1943 at Eglin Field, FL 
					4008 (MSN 88-11782)
					4009 (MSN 88-11783) to Turkish AF as 7258 Aug 2, 1948
					4011 (MSN 88-11785) to Turkish AF as 7259 Aug 2, 1948
					4012 (MSN 88-11786) W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
					4013 (MSN 88-11787) to Turkish AF as 7260 Aug 2, 1948
					4017 (MSN 88-11791) W/o 20 Mar 1943 at Palm Springs AAB, CA 
					4019 (MSN 88-11793) W/o 11 Apr 1943 at Foster AAF, TX 
					4020 (MSN 88-11794) W/o 8 Apr 1943 at Yoakum, TX 
				4024/4063 MSN 88-11868/11907	(40)
					4024 (MSN 88-11868) W/o 9 Aug 1943 at Troy, AL 
					4025 (MSN 88-11869) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14324
					4027 (MSN 88-11871) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14511
					4028 (MSN 88-11872) W/o 11 Mar 1943 at Napier Field, AL 
					4029 (MSN 88-11873) W/o 25 Mar 1944 at Luverne, AL 
					4030 (MSN 88-11874) W/o 7 Jun 1943 at Napier Field, AL 
					4031 (MSN 88-11875) W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Napier Field, AL 
					4033 (MSN 88-11877) Wfu; to NC52785; to Honduras AF as 204C on 27 Nov 1947
					4037 (MSN 88-11881) W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
					4039 (MSN 88-11883) used to rebuild T-6G 
					4041 (MSN 88-11885) redesignated at T-6C on Jun 11, 1948, used to rebuild T-6G 49-3153
					4043 (MSN 88-11887) W/o 6 Jun 1945 at Juneau, WI 
					4046 (MSN 88-11890) W/o 6 Apr 1943 at Randado, TX 
					4047 (MSN 88-11891) used to rebuild T-6G 
					4048 (MSN 88-11892) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 49-3100
					4049 (MSN 88-11893) W/o 16 Feb 1943 at Norias, TX 
					4053 (MSN 88-11897) W/o 24 Feb 1944 at Moore Field, TX 
					4055 (MSN 88-11899) W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Monette, AR 
					4056 (MSN 88-11900) W/o 19 May 1943 at Henderson Field, HI 
					4061 (MSN 88-11905) to Turkish AF as 7263 Aug 2, 1948
					4062 (MSN 88-11906) W/o 25 Dec 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
				4064/4095 MSN 88-12143/12174	(32)
					4064 (MSN 88-12143) Lend-Lease to Brazil
					4065 (MSN 88-12144) Lend-Lease to Brazil
					4066 (MSN 88-12145) Lend-Lease to Brazil
					4067 (MSN 88-12146) Lend-Lease to Brazil
					4068 (MSN 88-12147) Lend-Lease to Brazilian AF as 1262.  At Museu Aeroespacial, Rio
						de Janeiro, Brazil.
					4069 (MSN 88-12148) Lend-Lease to Mexico
					4070 (MSN 88-12149) Lend-Lease to Mexico
					4071 (MSN 88-12150) Lend-Lease to Mexico
					4072 (MSN 88-12151) Lend-Lease to Mexican AF 2/o Escuadron Aereo 2/o Air
						Regiment 1943 as P-75.  Mar 1943 reregistered as EAN-709.
						To N7054X, still active.
					4073 (MSN 88-12152) Lend-Lease to Mexico
					4074 (MSN 88-12153) Lend-Lease to Mexico
					4075 (MSN 88-12154) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 251
					4076 (MSN 88-12155) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 252
					4077 (MSN 88-12156) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 253
					4078 (MSN 88-12157) left wing failed in flight, Moultrie, GA Mar 11, 1943. 2 killed.
					4079 (MSN 88-12158) to Turkish AF as 7264 Aug 2, 1948
					4080 (MSN 88-12159) W/o 10 Apr 1943 at Eglin AAAF #7, FL
					4081 (MSN 88-12160) to Turkish AF as 7265 Aug 2, 1948
					4083 (MSN 88-12162) W/o 8 Nov 1943 at Napier Field, AL 
					4086 (MSN 88-12165) W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Jackson AAB, MS 
					4088 (MSN 88-12167) to Turkish AF as 7266 Aug 2, 1948
					4089 (MSN 88-12168) W/o 7 May 1943 at Moore Field, TX 
					4090 (MSN 88-12169) W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Bryan, TX 
					4093 (MSN 88-12172) W/o 7 Apr 1943 at Raymondville, TX 
					4094 (MSN 88-12173) W/o 19 Jun 1944 at Pyote AAF, TX 
					4095 (MSN 88-12174) to Turkish AF as 7267 Aug 2, 1948
				4096/4136 MSN 88-12225/12265	(41)
					4097 (MSN 88-12226) W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Ajo AAF, AZ
					4100 (MSN 88-12229) to Turkish AF as 7261 Aug 2, 1948
					4101 (MSN 88-12230) W/o 26 Apr 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
					4103 (MSN 88-12232) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14395
					4107 (MSN 88-12236) W/o 30 May 1943 at 8 Mi NE Craig Field, AL 
					4110 (MSN 88-12239) to Turkish AF as 7262 Aug 2, 1948
					4111 (MSN 88-12240) W/o 8 Oct 1946 at Kane, PA
					4114 (MSN 88-12243) W/o 13 Jul 1943 at Spence AAF, GA 
					4116 (MSN 88-12245) W/o 28 Mar 1943 at Headland, AL 
					4118 (MSN 88-12247) W/o 24 Apr 1945 at Gaskin AAAF, TX
					4119 (MSN 88-12248) W/o 30 Mar 1943 at Malvern, AL 
					4121 (MSN 88-12250) W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Seguin, TX 
					4123 (MSN 88-12252) W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Seguin, TX 
					4124 (MSN 88-12253) W/o 26 Apr 1944 at Bryan, TX 
					4125 (MSN 88-12254) remanufactured at T-6G 49-2943.
					4128 (MSN 88-12257) w/o 30 Apr 1942 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX; repaired (?);  to Turkish AF as 7268 Aug 2, 1948
					4129 (MSN 88-12258) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14452
					4130 (MSN 88-12259) W/o 14 Jun 1943 at Boerne, TX 
					4132 (MSN 88-12261) remanfufactured as 49-3160
					4134 (MSN 88-12263) W/o 14 Jun 1943 at Las Vegas AAF, NV 
					4135 (MSN 88-12264) W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Ajo AAF, AZ 
					4136 (MSN 88-12265) W/o 24 Apr 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				4137/4180 MSN 88-12357/12400	(44)
					4143 (MSN 88-12363) W/o 2 Apr 1943 at Randolph Field, TX 
					4144 (MSN 88-12364) W/o 21 Jul 1943 at Seguin Field, TX 
					4145 (MSN 88-12365) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14520
					4146 (MSN 88-12366) in midair collision with AT-6D 41-34667 near Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX
						Apr 16, 1944.  WASP trainee pilot killed.
					4147 (MSN 88-12367) W/o 10 Mar 1943 at Seguin Field, TX 
					4150 (MSN 88-12370) W/o 14 Oct 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
					4152 (MSN 88-12372) to Turkish AF as 7269 Aug 2, 1948
					4153 (MSN 88-12373) to Turkish AF as 7270 Aug 2, 1948
					4155 (MSN 88-12375) Redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; remanuf as T-6G 51-14370
					4156 used to rebuild T-6G 
					4157 (MSN 88-12377) W/o 3 May 1944 at Spence Field, GA; repaired (?); redes as T-6C on 11 Jun 1948; 
						used to rebuild T-6G 
					4160 (MSN 88-12380) W/o 12 Sep 1943 at Ajo, AZ 
					4161 (MSN 88-12381) W/o 18 Jan 1944 at Ajo AAF, AZ 
					4162 (MSN 88-12382) W/o 15 Aug 1944 at Santan Peak, AZ 
					4163 (MSN 88-12383) W/o 16 Mar 1943 at Bay City, TX 
					4165 (MSN 88-12385) to Turkish AF as 7271 Aug 2, 1948
					4167 (MSN 88-12387) W/o 8 Dec 1946 at Schertz, TX
					4168 (MSN 88-12388) W/o 5 May 1944 at Foster AAF, TX 
					4169 (MSN 88-12389) to Turkish AF as 7272 Aug 2, 1948
					4172 (MSN 88-12392) W/o 4 May 1945 at Caldwell, TX 
					4174 used to rebuild T-6G 
					4175 (MSN 88-12395) W/o 22 Mar 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
					4176 (MSN 88-12396) W/o 17 Jul 1943 at Boulder Dam, NV 
					4180 (MSN 88-12400) To Venezuelan AF on 28 Aug 1947
				4181/4236 MSN 88-12429/12484	(56)
					4181 (MSN 88-12429) To Mexican AF; wfu; on civil registry as N7054R
					4183 (MSN 88-12431) W/o 15 Oct 1947 at Marshall, TX
					4186 (MSN 88-12434) W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Marion, TX 
					4187 (MSN 88-12435) W/o 9 Jan 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
					4189 (MSN 88-12437) to Turkish AF as 7273 Aug 2, 1948
					4190 (MSN 88-12438) to Turkish AF as 7274 Aug 2, 1948
					4194 (MSN 88-12442) to Turkish AF as 7275 Aug 2, 1948
					4198 (MSN 88-12446) to Turkish AF as 7276 Aug 2, 1948
					4199 (MSN 88-12447) W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Bryan, TX 
					4202 (MSN 88-12450) W/o 31 Mar 1943 at Seguin Field, TX 
					4203 (MSN 88-12451) W/o 1 Oct 1943 at Cleburne, TX 
					4204 (MSN 88-12452) W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Marion, TX
					4205 (MSN 88-12453) W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Seguin, TX 
					4207 (MSN 88-12455) W/o 15 Aug 1943 at Clark Field, AR 
					4209 (MSN 88-12457) W/o 1 Jul 1943 at Randolph Field, TX 
					4210 (MSN 88-12458) W/o 20 Feb 1945 at Meridian, MS 
					4211 (MSN 88-12459) W/o 24 Jun 1943 at Seguin, TX 
					4215 (MSN 88-12463) to Turkish AF as 7277 Aug 2, 1948
					4216 (MSN 88-12464) W/o 15 May 1944 at Seguin AAAF, TX 
					4217 (MSN 88-12465) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 254
					4218 (MSN 88-12466) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 255
					4219 (MSN 88-12467) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 256
					4220 (MSN 88-12468) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 257
					4221 (MSN 88-12469) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 258
					4222 (MSN 88-12470) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB 259
					4223/4227 (MSN 88-12471/12475) Lend-Lease to Brazil
					4228/4233 (MSN 12476/12481) Lend-Lease to Mexico
					4234 (MSN 88-12482) to Cuba Jun 1943 as FAEC 108
					4235 (MSN 88-12483) to Cuba Jun 1943 as FAEC 109
					4236 (MSN 88-12484) to Cuba Jun 1943 as FAEC 110.
				4237/4243 MSN 88-12555/12561	(7)
					4239 (MSN 88-12557) W/o 27 Jun 1944 at Accra, Gold Coast
					4243 (MSN 88-12561) to Turkish AF as 7278 Aug 2, 1948		
42-4244/4453		Bell P-39K-1-BE Airacobra
				4244,4273,4352,4387,4433,4437 to P-39K-2-BE
				4245 W/o 18 May 1943 at Kelly Field, TX 
				4247 W/o 2 Jul 1943 at Madden Field, Panama
				4250 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone
				4251 (29th FS, 16th FG) lost Jul 3, 1943, at Chepo River, Panama.  MACR 11
				4252 W/o 30 May 1943 at Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone 
				4255 Conv to TP-39K; w/o 28 Nov 1944 at Bruni, TX 
				4256 W/o 25 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				4258 W/o 1 Jul 1943 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone 
				4259 W/o 28 Sep 1942 at La Joya, Panama 
				4262 W/o 4 May 1943 at ChepilloIs, Panama
				4266 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at La Joya, Panama 
				4274 (70th FS, 18th FG) lost Jul 4, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 603
				4279 (347th FG, 70th FS) lost in flight accident Mar 20, 1942, Nandi Bay, Fiji.
				4280 W/o 11 Jan 1943 at Narewa Field, Fiji
				4287 (67th FS, 347th FG) lost Oct 5, 1942, Solomons.  MACR 602
				4288 W/o 1 Aug 1944 at Ephrate AAB, WA 
				4290 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost Jan 15, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 604
				4291 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea 
				4292 W/o 13 Jun 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea
				4293 W/o 12 Nov 1942 at Nandi Airdrome, Fiji
				4295 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Abau Island, Guadalcanal 
				4299 W/o 27 Feb 1943 at Narawa Field, Fiji
				4303 W/o 15 Oct 1943 at Viti Levu, Fiji
				4304 W/o 10 Jun 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea
				4305 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Abau Island, Guadalcanal 
				4310 W/o 8 Dec 1942 at Narewa Field, Fiji 
				4311 W/o 27 Feb 1943 at Narawa Field. Fiji 
				4312 W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Woodlark Island, Guadalcanal;abandoned on Woodlark Island 1943.  Recovered in 1982
					by Bob Jarrett for eventual restoration.  By 1991 had been
					restored and was on display at South Australian Aviation
					Museum, Port Adelaide.  Reported to incorporate parts from
					42-4368.  Went to Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, Florida 1991-2002.  Damaged by 
					Hurricane Andrew Aug 24, 1992.  Stored dismantled 1997.  Reportedly sent to
					Australia for restoration 2004 (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				4315 W/o 4 May 1943 at Madden Field, Panama 
				4316 W/o 8 Nov 1943 at Narewa Field, Fiji
				4318 W/o 17 Apr 1944 at Naples AAF, FL 
				4319 W/o 4 Sep 1942 at Pacora, Panama 
				4320 W/o 2 Apr 1943 at Madden Field, Panama
				4321 W/o 3 Mar 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				4322 W/o 26 Mar 1943 at La Joya, Panama 
				4324 W/o 18 Nov 1942 at Albrook Field, CZ 
				4325 W/o 8 Apr 1943 at Chepillo Island, Panama 
				4326 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				4327 W/o 22 Aug 1942 at Romulus AAB, MI 
				4328 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				4329 W/o 5 Nov 1943 at Chepillo Island, Panama
				4331 W/o 7 Sep 1942 at Apaneea, El Salvador 
				4332 W/o 7 May 1944 at Esprito Santos Bay, TX 
				4334 to French AF
				4336 W/o 3 Oct 1942 at Chame, Panama 
				4337 W/o 19 Apr 1943 at Madden Field, Panama 
				4338 W/o 30 Aug 1942 at Lewisburg, OH 
				4339 W/o 19 Oct 1942 at Patterson Field, OH 
				4340 W/o 3 Sep 1942 at Patterson Field, OH 
				4341 Conv to TP-39K; w/o 16 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				4348 W/o 15 May 1943 at Berry Field, New Guinea
				4351 W/o 2 Aug 1943 at Tsili Tsili, New Guinea 
				4353 W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Moran, Guadalupe 
				4355 W/o 2 Jul 1943 at Berry Field, New Guinea
				4361 W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Wau, New Guinea
				4364 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost Jan 15, 1943, New Georgia.  MACR 608
				4366 W/o 30 May 1943 at Milne Bay, New Guinea 
				4368 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea; parts reported used in rebuild of 42-4312.
				4371 crashed Nov 28, 1942 on reef of Tetembria, near Nontouta in French
					New Caledonia.  Pilot killed.
				4373 W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Woodlark Island, Guadaloupe
				4376 W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Bonita Springs, FL 
				4378 W/o 8 Sep 1943 at La Joya, Panama 
				4379 (16th FG, 24th FS) damaged Nov 5, 1942 at New France Field, Canal Zone in taxi accident.
					Damaged in landing accident Mar 12, 1943 at La Joya Field, Canal Zone.  Crashed on takeoff
					at Howard Field, Canal Zone Jul 28, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				4382 W/o 2 Jun 1943 at Ward's, Guadaloupe
				4384 W/o 17 Dec 1942 at Malolo Island, Fiji 
				4385 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 29 Dec 1942 at Narewa Field, Fiji
				4387 W/o 14 Jun 1943 at Ward's Drome, Guadaloupe 
				4390 (18th BG) lost 1/15/1943, New Georgia
				4394 W/o 27 May 1944 at Ephrata AAF, WA 
				4395 W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Sulphur Grove, OH 
				4396 to USSR
				4397 to USSR
				4398 W/o 19 May 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				4399 to USSR
				4401/4429 to USSR
				4434 W/o 27 May 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				4435 W/o 25 Feb 1944 at Redding AAF, CA 
				4436 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				4438 W/o 14 Sep 1942 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				4439 W/o 5 Nov 1942 at Gatun Lake, Panama Canal Zone
				4440 W/o 5 Aug 1944 at Peach, WA 
				4441 W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Everglades City, FL 
				4443 W/o 16 Aug 1944 at Yuma AAF, AZ 
				4445/4452 to USSR
				4453 W/o 30 Apr 1943 at Aguadulce, Panama 
42-4454/4703		Bell P-39L-1-BE Airacobra
				4457,4461,4462,4465,4466,4470,4471,4476,4489,4553,4630 to P-39L-2-BE
				4454 W/o 6 Feb 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				4455 W/o 30 Dec 1942 in San Francisco Bay, CA 
				4456 W/o 6 Oct 1942 at Granger, WY 
				4459 W/o 24 Nov 1942 at Paine Field, WA 
				4463 W/o 9 Oct 1942 at Alameda Island, CA 
				4466 Conv to P-39L-2-BE; w/o 21 Mar 1944 at Luke Field, AZ
				4467 W/o 25 Dec 1942 at Paine Field, WA 
				4468 W/o 6 Feb 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				4470 Conv to P-39L-2-BE; w/o 12 Jun 1943 at Godman Field, KY
				4471 W/o 8 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake, WA 
				4473 W/o 11 Nov 1942 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				4474 W/o 23 Oct 1942 at Pontiac, MI; repaired (?); w/o 11 Nov 1942 at Paine Field, WA 
				4476 Conv to P-39L-2-BE; w/o 7 Mar 1943 at Godman Field, KY
				4478 (332nd FG) lost Feb 23, 1944 in Italy.  MACR 4475 and 2700
				4480 (350th FG, 346th FS) w/o in midair collision near Oujda,
					Frency Morocco Feb 5, 1943.
				4481 (350th FG, 346th FS) crashlanded 19 mi SE of Bouira, Algeria Feb 22, 1943.
				4485 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Gaudo, Italy 
				4488 to USSR  (ntu?); w/o 29 Jan 1943 at Malad, ID
				4491 W/o 31 May 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				4494 (350th FG, 346th FS) crashlanded 1/2 mi S of Ain al Arba, Algeria Mar 22, 1943
				4495 (350th FG) landed due engine trouble at Portela, Portugal Jan 15, 1943. Pilot interned and returned. Sold to Portugal AF.
				4497 to USSR  (ntu?); w/o 2 Mar 1943 at Ladd Field, AK
				4498 W/o 24 Apr 1944 at Kelly Field, TX 
				4504 to USSR
				4507 to USSR
				4508 (350th FG, 346th FS) damaged in landing accident at Oreeansville
					(now Ech'Cheliff), Algeria Apr 21, 1943.
				4511 to USSR
				4516 (350th FG, 345th FS) crashed 7 mi S of Ain Temouchent, Algeria Apr 5, 1943.
				4517 (81st FG) ran out of fuel and landed at Portela, Portugal Jan 15, 1943. Pilot interned and returned. Sold to Portugal AF.
				4518 (350th FG, 346th FS) got lost in bad weather over the Bay of Biscay, turned back and landed at Campile, Ireland Feb 5, 1943. Pilot OK.
				4520 (81st FG, 91st FS) crashed on takeff and wrecked while hit
					P-39M 42-4886 at Monte Corvino, Italy Dec 8, 1943.  Pilot survived.
				4525 to USSR
				4526 to USSR
				4527 (350th FG) ran out of fuel and landed at Portela, Portugal Feb 8, 1943. Pilot interned and returned. Sold to Portugal AF.
				4528 (81st FG, 91st FS) engine failed and crashed into Bay of Gabes 15 mi SE of Kerkenna Island, Tunisia 
					Jul 6, 1943.  Pilot killed.  MACR 206. 
				4529 to USSR
				4531 to USSR
				4534 W/o 28 Sep 1943 at Aine Berard, Morocco
				4537 (94th FG, 332nd FS) lost May 25, 1944.  MACR 5344
				4541 W/o 27 Feb 1944 at Montecorvino, Italy 
				4543 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Petaluma, CA 
				4544 (68th OG) flew into ground 3 mi S of Much Wenlock, England
					Dec 28, 1942.
				4551 (68 OG, 111 OS) crashed 4 mi SW of Oujda, French Morocco
					Feb 9, 1943.
				4552 to USSR
				4555 W/o 23 Feb 1944 at Naples, Italy
				4556 W/o 25 Mar 1943 at Orleansville Field, Morocco 
				4559 (350th FG, 346th FS) crashed at Oran-La Senia, Algeria Apr 3, 1943.
				4564/4613 to USSR
				4614 W/o 18 Oct 1944 at Mat Pen Field, TX 
				4624 (7th FRG, 25th FRS) forcelanded at Fort Nelson, British
					Columbia, Canada Mar 6, 1943.
				4631/4644 to USSR
					4633 To USSR (ntu); w/o 25 Jan 1943 at Gore Field, MT
					4634 (7 FRG, 7 FRS) damaged in takeoff accident at Edmonton,
						Alberta, Canada Feb 1, 1943.
				4645 W/o 18 Oct 1942 at Niagara Falls, NY.  Reclamation completed Niagra Falls, NY Jun 29, 1945
				4646/4671 to USSR
				4672 wrecked Feb 2, 1943 at Hill Field UT when gear retracted during landing,
					drop tank split open and burned Feb 2, 1943
				4673 to USSR
				4674 condemned Portland AAB Jan 15, 1943
				4675/4677 to USSR
				4678 surveyed Nov 29, 1943 Hamilton AAF
				4679 to USSR
				4680 reclamation completed Merced Sub Depot, CA Jan 3, 1946
				4681 to USSR
				4682 wrecked at Hill AAF, UT Jan 15, 1943 in landing accident
				4683/4686 to USSR
				4687 to CL-26 at Hamilton AF Se 10, 1943
				4688/4692 to USSR
				4693 surveyed Spokane Air Service Command Jun 9, 1944
				4694 wrecked Jan 28, 1943 at Tonopah Bomb and Gunnery Range, NV due to
					engine failure.  To CL-26 Feb 4,19043
				4695 to RFC Ontario, CA Aug 9, 1945
				4696/4700 to USSR
				4701 W/o 6 Nov 1943 at Concord, CA; condemned at Tonopah Sub Depot Nov 8, 1943
				4702/4703 to USSR
42-4704/4943		Bell P-39M-1-BE Airacobra
				4704/4706,4710,4712,4751,4795,4824 to P-39M-2-BE
				4704 reclamatin completed Spokane AF May 29, 1945
				4705 Conv to P-39M-2-BE; w/o 22 Feb 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY; to RFC Ontario AF, CA Mar 2, 1945
				4706 condemned Bell Mod Center, Niagra Falls, NY Feb 23, 1943
				4707 to USSR
				4708 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY Oct 2, 1945
				4709 to USSR Jan 2,1943.  Reclamation completed Dec 5, 1944
				4710 crashed 2 mi SW of Keystone Army Air Field Jun 11, 1943.  Pilot killed
				4711 to USSR
				4712 reclamation completed Spokane AMC May 7, 1945
				4713 to USSR
				4714 condemned salvage Jun 10, 1944
				4715/4717 to USSR
				4718 crashed and burned May 3, 1943 Pocatello AAB, ID
				4719 to USSR
				4720 wrecked Mar 2, 1943 Gore AAF, Great Falls, MT, while being delivered to USSR
				4721/4722 to USSR
				4723 condemned salvage May 13, 1944
				4724 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				4725 wrecked at Wetaskiwin, Canada Dec 30, 1942 along Alaskan delivery route to USSR
				4726/4728 to USSR
				4729 condemned overseas Aug 27, 1944
				4731 to USSR
				4734 W/o 18 Feb 1943 at Burtonwood, UK
				4735/4736 to USSR
				4738 to USSR
				4744 to USSR
				4747 to USSR
				4750 to USSR
				4751 Conv to P-39M-2-BE; w/o 29 May 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY
				4752 W/o 7 Mar 1944 at Montecorvino, Italy 
				4753/4755 to USSR
				4756 To Italian AF
				4757/4763 to USSR
					4762 To USSR (ntu); w/o 15 Nov 1942 at Bellefontaine, OH 
				4765/4769 to USSR
				4771/4792 to USSR
					4775 To USSR (ntu); w/o 27 Jan 1943 at Gunn, Canada
					4784 To USSR (ntu); w/o 27 Jan 1943 at Gladstone, ND 
				4794 to USSR 
				4795 Conv to P-39M-2-BE; w/o 11 Aug 1943 at Campbell AAF, KY; to CL-26 Campbell AAF Aug 12, 1943
				4796/4801 to USSR
					4797 To USSR (ntu); w/o 15 Nov 1942 at Patterson Field, OH 
				4802 lost Watson Lake, Canada during ferry flight to USSR over Alaskan route Feb 21, 1943
				4803/4806 to USSR
				4807 condemned Mar 24, 1943
				4808 W/o 14 Jan 1943 at Lacombe, Canada; condemned Feb 8, 1943
				4809/4810 to USSR
				4811 condemned salvage Oct 24, 1943
				4812 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				4813 W/o 21 Dec 1943 at Ain M'Lila, Algeria.  
				4814 condemned salvage Aug 10, 1943
				4815 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY May 8, 1945
				4816 to RFC Hobbs AAF, Juskogee, OK May 26, 1945
				4817 condemned crash May 1, 1944
				4818/4819 condemned overseas Jan 18, 1946
				4820 to RFC Ontario AAAF, CA Mar 19, 1945
				4821 (81st FG, 93rd FS) crashed on takeoff due to engine failure at Kairouan, Tunsia Jun 25, 1943.
					Condemned overseas Jan 18, 1946
				4822 (81st FG, 91st FS) stalled on landing and wrecked at Monte 
					Corvino, Italy Dec 2, 1943.  Pilot OK.
				4823 condemned salvage Jul 31, 1943
				4824 reclamation completed Oct 2, 1945
				4825 (81st FG, 91st FS) engine failed and ditched 5 mi NE of 
					Bizerte, Tunisia Aug 6, 1943.  MACR 491.  Pilot KIA
				4826 condemned overseas Aug 27, 1944
				4827 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 5, 1946
				4829 W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Constantine, Algeria; condemned Feb 8, 1943
				4830 condemned salavage Jan 26, 1944
				4831 condemned salvage Jan 24, 1946
				4832 condemned salvage Aug 22, 1943
				4833 crashed at Warton, England Feb 3, 1943.  Condemned Mar 13, 1943
				4834 wrecked when pilot bailed out after entering end over end spin over
					Shawbury, Shropshire, UK Feb 21, 1943.
				4835 condemned salvage Jan 24, 1946
				4836 surveyed in USA Aug 31, 1944
				4837 condemned salvage Jan 24, 1946
				4838 condemned Feb 8, 1943
				4839 condemned crashed Jun 17, 1944
				4840 condemned Feb 8, 1943
				4841 reclamation completed Foster Field May 29, 1945
				4842 condemned Aug 22, 1943
				4843 condemned overseas Aug 27, 1944
				4844 (81st FG, 92nd FS) crashed due engine failure 10 mi off Tafaroui, Algeria Jun 28, 1943.  Pilot baled out.
					Condemned overseas Aug 27, 1944
				4845 condemned overseas Aug 27, 1944
				4846 condemned Feb 8, 1943
				4847 (81st FG, 93rd FS) crashed into Mediterreanean Sea 6 mi E of Diezira, Tunisia Jul 4, 1943. Pilot killed.
				4848 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				4849/4854 condemned overseas Aug 27, 1944
				4855 condemned Aug 19, 1943
				4856 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY Oct 2, 1945
				4857 W/o 6 Feb 1944 at Montecorvino, Italy; condemned Aug 27, 1944.
				4858 condemned salvage Apr 16, 1943
				4859 to USSR via Britain
				4860/4863 to USSR
				4864/4865 to USSR via Britain
				4866 condemned Mar 18, 1943
				4867/4871 to USSR
				4872/4874 to USSR via Britain
				4875/4876 to USSR
				4877 to USSR via Britain
				4878 to USSR
				4879 to USSR via Britain
				4880 to USSR
				4881/4885 to USSR via Britain
				4886 wrecked by crashing P039L 42-4520 at
					Monte Corvino, Italy Dec 8, 1943.
				4887/4891 to USSR via Britain
				4892 to USSR
				4893/4897 to USSR via Britain
				4898 wrecked Jan 14, 1943 along USSR delivery route in Alaska
				4899/4901 to USSR via Britain
				4902 to USSR
				4903 to USSR via Britain
				4904 to USSR
				4905/4909 to USSR via Britain
				4910 to RFC Ontario, CA as TP-39M Apr 18, 1945
				4911 to USSR via Britain
				4912 reclamation completed Ladd AAF, AK Sep 1, 1945
				4913/4943 to USSR via Britain
42-4944/5043		Bell P-39N Airacobra
				4944 collided in midair with a Fleet Aircraft Ltd PT-26
					Cornell (#10524) Dec 7, 1942 Ft. Erie, Ontario, Canada.  Both
					pilots killed.
				4945/4948 to USSR
				4949 W/o 5 May 1944 at Alaska Highway 141 miles, AK; condemned May 6, 1944 Elmendorf AAB, AK.  
					Recovered from Fort Nelson, BC, Canada
					Nov 1971 and reported 1979 at Yesterday's AF, Chino, CA
				4950 to USSR
				4951 surveyed Mills AAF, AF Dec 11, 1943
				4952 to USSR
				4953 W/o 9 May 1943 at Clear Lake, CA; reclamation completed Buckley Field Jan 29, 1946
				4954/4957 to USSR
				4958 W/o 26 May 1943 at Gorgona Beach, Panama; condemned Panama Air Depot Jul 21, 1943
				4959/4963 to USSR
				4964 W/o 15 May 1944 at Brownsville, TX; to CL-26 in USA May 17, 1944
				4965/4969 to USSR
				4970 wrecked Mar 31, 1943 along Alaskan route to USSR
				4971/4988 to USSR
				4989 condemned in Canal Zone Jan 8, 1945
				4990 to USSR
				4991 W/o 27 Nov 1943 at Chame, Panama; condemned Panama Air Depot Nov 27, 1943
				4992/4996 to USSR
				4997 W/o 6 Mar 1943 at New Norway, Canada; to Britain Mar 8, 1943, condemned Mar 18, 1943
				4998/5008 to USSR
				5009 reclamation completed Robins AAF Jul 6, 1945
				5010 to USSR
				5011 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Chame Field, Panama; condemned Panama Air Depot Oct 23, 1943
				5012/5021 to USSR
				5022 reclamation completed as TP-39N Spokane AAF May 21, 1945
				5023/5043 to USSR
					5032 To USSR (ntu); w/o 16 Apr 1943 at Ladd Field, AK 
42-5044/5049		Noorduyn YC-64 Norseman
				MSN 76/81.  Six aircraft, (MSN 76/81) were transferred from the RCAF to the USAAF for service trials to prove 
					the suitability of the Norseman for USAAF service.  The type was accepted on September 21, 1942 
					and the seven aircraft remained in USAAF service. The six aircraft were 
					replaced in RCAF service from future USAAF production runs.
				5044 (MSN 76) Was RCAF 3532; to USAAF November 3, 1941; Bolling, DC October 2, 1941; shipped by sea to Bluie West 8, 
					Søndre Strømfjord, Greenland November 7, 1941; assembled by Bernt Balchen, pioneer polar aviator, navigator, aircraft mechanical 
					engineer and military leader; test flown by Balchen who later flew it frequently to oversee the establishment of the USAAF polar 
					airfields in Greenland.   Destroyed by fire in the winter of 1942-43, it had been parked near a fully fuelled C-87 and fuel truck, 
					the C-87 was set on fire by an overheated heater in a hangar; to excess inventory list Narsarssuak, Greenland Dec 1, 1945
				5045 (MSN 77) Was RCAF 3533; to USAAF November 21, 1941; 71st Air Base Squadron, Gander, Newfoundland November 26, 1941; 
					used to provide a postal service between Newfoundland and New York City; involved in an accident at St John’s, 
					Newfoundland Dec 9, 1942 when it coasted into a drainage ditch; ground looped during takeoff at St John’s, 
					June 9, 1943; condemned Newfoundland Jun 9, 1943
				5046 (MSN 78) Was RCAF 3534; to USAAF November 21, 1941; 29th Ferrying Squadron, Goose Bay, Labrador; 71st Air Base Squadron, 
					Gander, Newfoundland November 26, 1941; forced landing near Stephenville Crossing, Newfoundland January 13, 1942;
				 	to Noorduyn for repair; Headquarters, North Atlantic Wing, Presque Isle, Maine October 4, 1942; Grenier Field, 
					New Hampshire October 1944; Syracuse, New York December 1944; Freeman Field, Indiana August 1945; selected by 
					General Henry H. “Hap”  Arnold for the National Air Museum; Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 22, 1946; 
					accepted by the Smithsonian Institution in 1960; preserved and on display at the National Air & Space Museum, 
					Udvar-Hazy Center, Dulles International Airport, Washington, DC; currently stored at the
				 	NASM Paul Garber Facility in Suitland, Maryland.
				5047 (MSN 79) Was RCAF 3535; to USAAF November 21, 1941; 71st Air Base Squadron, Gander, Newfoundland November 26, 1941; 
					landing accident Hudson Bay Post, Ungava Bay, Labrador; North Atlantic Wing, Air Transport Command, Presque Isle, 
					Maine May 1, 1943; Condemned North Atlantic Wing Nov 2, 1943
				5048 (MSN 80) Was RCAF 3536; to USAAF December 12, 1941; Air Transport Command; 439th Air Base Squadron, Ladd, Fairbanks, 
					Alaska December 17, 1941; accident landing at Gulkana, Alaska December 1, 1942;  diverted War Assets Administration Nov 2, 1943.
					damaged in a landing accident at Nome AAB, Alaska April 27, 1944; Dillingham Air Service, Alaska November 4, 1944; 
					registered N17661, cancelled .  
				5049 (MSN 81) Was RCAF 3537; ; to USAAF December 12, 1941; 439th Air Base Squadron, Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska December 17, 1941; 
					Forced landing at Sheenjek River, Alaska January 17, 1942; forced landing due engine failure at Ladd, Alaska November 25, 1942
42-5050/5078		Boeing B-17F-30-BO Fortress
				MSN 3589/3617.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				5050 (301st BG, 32nd Bs, then to 2nd BG 96th BS) shot down by AAA
					and crashed 20 km E of Athens, Greece Dec 14, 1943.  MACR 1482.
					1 KIA, 6 POW, 3 evaded.
				5051 (305th BG, 366th BS, then to 384th BG, 544th BS, *Barrel House Bessie*) 
					ditched in North Sea Nov 26, 1943.  MACR 1579.  3 drowned,
					7 rescued.
				5052 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Mizpah") lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2646.
				5053  (305th BG, 366th BS, "Bloody Tangier Show") hit by AAA and shot down by Fw. Helmut Schrön in 
					FW-190A-5 of JG 2/7. at Saint-Colombin, France Jul 4, 1943. 2 KIA, 6 POW, 2 evaded. MACR 14439.  
				5054 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Bell of San Joaquin") to RFC Kingman Nov 2, 1945
				5055 (306th BG, 367th BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Wilhelmshaven May 15, 1943.
				5056 (305th BG, 364th BS) lost Feb 26, 1943.  MACR 15120.
				5057 delivered Cheyenne Sep 9, 1942; Presque Is Oct 19, 1942; Assigned to 422BS/305BG at Chelveston
					Oct 30, 1942, then 364BS.   ( 305th BG, 422nd BS) damaged and abandoned betwee Le Havre and Dieppe, France
					Sep 6, 1943.  MACR 1343.  1 KIA, 6 POW, 3 evaded.
				5058 (305th BG, 364th BS) lost Feb 16, 1943.  MACR 15947.
				5059 delivered Cheyenne Sep 6, 1942; Assigned to 366BS/305BG Presque Is Oct 10, 1942; Rome Field Nov 3, 1942; detailed
					Gander, NFD to Prestwick, UK, but #3 engine proved a problem, but poor weather prevented return to
					Gander and forced to ditch off Baldy Pt, Nova Scotia Oct 23, 1943 (10RTD). HELL'S ANGELS.  Condemned Rome Air Depot, NY Nov 23, 1942
				5060 delivered Cheyenne Sep 13, 1942; Houlton Oct 22, 1942; Assigned to 422BS/305BG Chelveston Nov 12, 1942; (305th BG, 422nd BS) 
					lost on mission to Emden Feb 4, 1943.  In mid air collision w/FW 190, ditched Waddenzee, off Den Helder, Holland. (WHAT’S COOKIN’ DOC?)
					10 KIA.
				5061 (99th BG, 346th BS) shot down by Uffz Friedrich Scheer  Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/8 5 km SE of Pavia, Italy 
					Nov 10, 1943.  MACR 1129.  3 KIA, 7 POW.
				5062 reclamation completed San Angelo AAF, TX Dec 17, 1945
				5063 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost May 17, 1943.  MACR 15238.
				5064 surveyed Ephrata AAB May 20, 1944
				5065 to RAF as Fortress II FA701.  SOC Mar 11, 1947.  Also listed as going to
					RFC at Altus Jul 30, 1945
				5066 to RAF as Fortress II FA702.  Scrapped Mar 11, 1947.
				5067 to RAF as Fortress II FA703 crashed Jan 8, 1946.
				5069 (91st BG, 324th BS, "Our Gang") shot down by Fw. Heinz
					Stover in Fw 190A-4 of JG 11/3 at Sankt Goar, Germany Aug 17, 1943
					during Schweinfurt raid.  MACR 281.  10 POW.
				5070 (91st BG, 401st BS, "Invasion II") lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 15519.
				5071 (396th BG, 367th BS) lost near Romilly sur Seinne, France Dec 20, 1942.
					8 KIA, 1 POW, 1 evaded. 
				5072 delivered Tulsa Sep 17, 1942; to New Castle Oct 7, 1942; Assigned to 367BS/306BG at Chelveston Nov 19, 1942;(306th BG, 367th BS) 
					crashed Apr 5, 1943 between Halsteren & Dinteloord, N of Antwerp, Holland near target (Erla Works, Antwerp, Belgium).  
					MACR 15533.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				5073 to RAF as Fortress II FA704.  Ditched in North Atlantic Jun 11, 1943 after being hit by fire from
					U-417.  Crew picked up by British Catalina the same day.  U-417 was also lost by depth charges dropped by FA704.  
				5074 to RAF as Fortress II FA705.  With 206 Sqdn RAF Coastal Command shot down by
					U-270 Jan 6, 1944.  9 KIA
				5075 to RAF as Fortress II FA706.  Damaged beyond repair in taxiing 
					accident at Lagens, Azores Aug 2, 1944.
				5076 (301st BG, 32nd BS) lost Feb 4, 1943.  MACR 15358.
				5077 (323rd BS, 91st BG, "Delta Rebel No 2") damaged by Hptm Naumann
					of JG 26/6, then shot down by Obfw Adolf Glunz in Fw 190A-5
					of JG 26/4 at Brunninghausen, Germany on raid to Gelsenkirchen, Germany 
					Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 261.  4 KIA, 6 POW.
				5078 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost Dec 30, 1942.
42-5079/5149		Boeing B-17F-35-BO Fortress
				MSN 3618/3688.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				5079 reclamation completed Lockbourne AAF Jan 6, 1945
				5080 delivered Geiger Sep 26, 1942; Rapid City 3/11/42; force landed f/l base .  Assigned 335BS/95BG, crashed
					Huron, SD, Feb 18, 1943 (9KIS).  Condemned Rapid City AAF Feb 18, 1943
				5081 delivered Tulsa Sep 17, 1942; West Palm Beach Jan 17, 1943; Assigned to 427BS/303BG  Molesworth Feb 15, 1943;
					Took off from RAF Colerne, NI on training mission and involved in landing accident at RAF Filton, Oct 17, 1943
					 transferred 1 BAD Burtonwood Apr 5, 1944; to 419BS/301BG Lucera Jul 7, 1944; Returned to US 4136 BU Tinker
					Apr 27, 1944; . ("Luscious Lady") reclamation completed Eglin Proving Grounds, FL Jan 3, 1946
				5082 delivered Tulsa Sep 17, 1942; New Castle Oct 18, 1942; Assigned to 419BS/301BG Tafaraoui Nov 7, 1942
					Maison Blanche Dec 5, 1942; Biskra Dec 16, 1942; Ain M'Lila Jan 17, 1943; St Donat Mar 6, 1943; Oudna Aug 6, 1943; Cerignola
					Dec 7, 1943; Lucera Feb 1, 1944; condemned salvage May 31, 1944 due to takeoff accident May 31, 1944
				5083 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5084 (91st BG, 323rd BS) lost Jan 3, 1943, France.  MACR 15464
				5085 to excess inventory Dec 31, 1945
				5086 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Wahoo II*) damaged during mission to Munster and
					crashed at Eye, England Oct 10, 1943.  Crew bailed out.
				5087 to excess inventory list Mar 2, 1945.
				5088 delivered Denver Sep 23, 1942; New Castle Oct 3, 1942; Assigned 2FGp from BWI ferry trip to UK,  crashed Kjoge Bay, Narsarssuak, Greenland, ice
					cap and broke in half (9RTD); W/O Dec 23, 1942. Condemned inventory Oct 31, 1944
				5089 delivered Denver Sep 23, 1942; New Castle Jan 31, 1943; Salina Mar 5, 1943; 247 BU Smoky Hill Jun 4, 1943.  Force landed Smoky Hill Fd Jul 5, 1944;
					surveyed Smoky Hill AAF (499th BG) Jul 13, 1944
				5090 (97th BG, 414th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 at Sicily, Italy Jul 8, 1943. 10 KIA. MACR 69. 
				5091 delivered Geiger Sep 21, 1942; Assigned to 526BS/379BG Sioux City Nov 21, 1942; severely damaged in taxi
					accident Feb 26, 1943; .surveyed Apr 3, 1943 Sioux City AAF 
				5092 to RFC Ontario, CA Jun 14, 1945
				5093 reclamation completed Amarillo AAF Jun 7, 1946
				5094 surveyed Spokane AAF Jun 4, 1944
				5095 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5096 departed US Oct 10, 1945 (last entry in database).
				5097 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5098 to RFC Altus Aug 28, 1945
				5099 reclamation completed Amarillo Aug 20, 1946
				5100 reclamation completed Burbank Jan 21, 1946
				5101 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945
				5102 delivered Geiger Sep 25, 1942; assigned to 461BS/331BG Casper Oct 23, 1942; crashed 25 miles north Glenrock, WY
					due to poor weather (crew KIS) Feb 25, 19043; W/O Mar 16, 1943. to CL-26 Blythe AAB, CA Mar 24, 1943
				5103 wrecked 3 mi E of Medio, NM when exploded in midair Jan 13, 1943
				5104 to RFC Albuquerque May 27, 1945
				5105 delivered Geiger Sep 28, 1942; assigned to 461BS/331BG Casper Oct 29, 1942; crashed nine miles north Bogue, KA
					(KIS) Feb 2, 1943; WO 2/2/43.  W/o 2 Feb 1943 at Bogue, KS 
				5106 to RFC Albuquerque May 24, 1945
				5107 wrecked Oct 18, 1942 when fire broke out in #1 engine, crew bailed out,
					pilot unable to control aircraft. 2nd LT Dennis J. Walker killed
				5108 reclamation completed Lowry AAF Jan 2, 1945
				5109 to RFC Kingman Jan 23, 1946
				5110 delivered Geiger Sep 28, 1942; Blythe Dec 12, 1942; Hobbs Mar 12, 1943; 
					W/o 20 Nov 1943 at Detroit City Airport, MI .to CL-26 Hoobs AAF, NM Nov 24, 1943
				5111 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5112 delivered Geiger Sep 28, 1942; Ainsworth Dec 15, 1942; Tinker Feb 17, 1943; Rapid City Apr 14, 1943; 
					W/o 22 May 1943 at North Bombing Range, SD.  To CL-26 Rapid City AAF May 28, 1943
				5113 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2,1946
				5114 delivered Geiger Sep 28, 1942; Biggs Jan 3, 1943; Pyote Apr 28, 1943; Tinker Jul 30, 1943; 
					W/o 8 Mar 1944 at Harding Field, LA,  WO Mar 10, 1944.  To CL-26 Alexandria AAF Mar 10, 1944
				5115 to RFC Ontario Jun 6, 1945
				5116 to RFC Searcy Field Aug 4, 1945
				5117 to RFC Altus Sep 6, 1945
				5118 to RFC Altus Aug 27, 1945
				5119 to RFC Albuquerque May 22, 1945
				5120 to CL-26 Blythe AAB Mar 5, 1943
				5121 reclamation completed Drew Field Jan 21, 1946
				5122 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5123 delivered Geiger Sep 28, 1942; Great Falls Dec 1, 1942; when on training mission c/l Musselshell, Mt
					Dec 30, 1942 aircraft caught fire over Melstone, MT, crashed Bull Mountains, south of Mussellshell, MT;  
					W/o Jan 1, 1943.  Condemned Great Falls AAF Jan 1, 1943
				5124 to RFC Altus Oct 4, 1945
				5125 condemned MIA Jun 14, 1943
				5126 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5127 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5128 delivered Geiger Sep 28, 1942; Cutbank Dec 7, 1942; Gt Falls Feb 3, 1943; Orlando Apr 28, 1943; Gt Falls 
					Jul 7, 1943; crashed six miles east of Benton, MT Sep 1, 1943; W/O Sep 9, 1943.  to CL-26 Great Falls AAF 
					Sep 3, 1943
				5129 delivered Denver Sep 29, 1942; New Castle Oct 16, 1942; Ass 368BS/306BG Thurleigh Jan 1, 1943;(306th BG, 
					368th BS) shot down by Uffz Flecks & Meissner (6/JG1), crashed in North Sea off Hoek van Holland, 
					Netherlands Mar 4, 1943.  MACR 2749
				5130 (306th BG, 367th BS) lost Mar 6, 1943.  MACR 15568
				5131 to RFC Kingman Dec 28, 1945
				5132 (91st BG, 401st BS, "Royal Flush!") damaged by AAA and later
					abandoned near Bruges, Belgium Jun 22, 1943.  10 POW.  
				5133 (97th BG, 342nd BS) lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 16527
				5134 to excess inventory list Feb 26, 1944
				5135 to RFC Altus Oct 4,1945
				5136 crashed Dec 15, 1943 at Ardmore AAF, OK.  Aircraft suffered engine problem on takeoof,
					on return to base hit trees 1/2 mi S of base.  12 killed.
				5137 (301st BG) lost Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1060
				5138 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 11, 1945
				5139 (91st BG, 322nd BS, "Chief Sly II") shot down by Uffz Martin Saller in
					Bf 109G-5 of JG 50/2 Aug 17, 1943 and crashed at Kembach,
					Germany.  MACR 276.  6 KIA, 4 POW
				5140 to RFC Arledge AAF Nov 22, 1944
				5141 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 19, 1945
				5142 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				5143 condemned salvage Nov 2, 1944
				5144 delivered Cheyenne Oct 4, 1942; to 30BS/19BG Pyote Apr 6, 43; Tinker Aug 13, 1943; to452BG Pendleton
					Nov 1, 1943; W/o 16 Jan 1944 at Dalhart AAF, TX , W/O Jan 17, 1944.  To CL-26 Tinker AAF Jan 17, 1944
				5145 (2nd BG, 96th BS) lost Mar 11,1944.  MACR 2836
				5146 (305th BG, 422nd BS) lost Apr 8, 1943. MACR 15543
				5147 (97th BG, 414th BS) shot down by AAA at Frescati, Italy Sep 8, 1943.  MACR 720.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				5148 to RFC Kingman Oct 31, 1945
				5149 to US Navy as RB-17F Mar 9, 1947
42-5150/5249		Boeing B-17F-40-BO Fortress
				MSN 3689/3788.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				5150 surveyed Kearney AAF Feb 20, 1945
				5151 reclamation completed Burbank Apr 9, 1946
				5152 (379th BG, 526th BS) crashed into a mountain near Elko, NV
					Jan 2, 1943.  All onboard killed.  Surveyed Wendover AAF 
					Jan 12, 1943.  Wreckage found Jun 24, 1943
				5153 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				5154 to RFC Searcy Field Aug 11, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5155 (305th BG, 365th BS) lost May 19, 1943.  MACR 15488
				5156 delivered Tulsa Oct 4, 1942; Salina Jan 19, 1943; Assigned to 364BS/305BG Chelveston Feb 1, 1943; transferred to AFSC
					5/4-May 9, 1943 and 29/7 Oc 12, 1943; 2 BAD Lt Staughton Mar 20, 1944; RetUS May 8, 1944;  to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				5157 to RFC Ontario May 22, 1945
				5158 reclamation completed at Boca Raton AAF Jan 29, 1946
				5159 delivered Tulsa Oct 4, 1942; Salina Nov 10, 1942; 3701 BU Amarillo Aug 13, 1943;;crashlanded 19 mi from 
					Amarillo, TX due to bird strike Feb 25, 1945.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				5160 delivered Tulsa Oct 4, 1942; Smyrna Nov 18, 1942; Fairfield Mar 19, 1943; force landed Lockbourn Jul 1, 1943,
					repaired; Patterson Jul 14 1943; .to CL-26 Patterson AAF Nov 27, 1943
				5161 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5162 delivered Tulsa Oct 4, 1942; Smyrna Nov 13, 1942; Lockbourn Apr 28, 1943;wrecked 35 mi NW of Karnak, TX May 19, 1943
				5163 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5164 wrecked in landing accident Lockbourne AAB, OH Oct 23, 1944
				5165 delivered Tulsa Oct 5, 1942; Lockbourn Apr 28, 1943; La Junta Jun 26, 1943;  crash landed Lockbourn
					Dec 26, 1943; to CL-26 La Junta AAF Jan 1, 1944
				5166 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 25, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5167 to RFC Altus Aug 30, 1945
				5168 to CL-26 Lockbourne AB Aug 6, 1943
				5169 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5170 (99th BG, 347th BS) lost Jan 10, 1944.  MACR 1819
				5171 (306th BG, 368th BS) lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 15524
				5172 (91st BG, 401th BS) lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 15521
				5173 surveyed Ephrata AAF Apr 22, 1944
				5174 (340th BS "Thunderbird") returned to USA Jul 18, 1944 as
					war weary.  To DPC Bush Field Jul 4, 1945 and scrapped
				5175 (306th BG, 367th BS) lost Feb 16, 1943.  MACR 15471
				5176 condemned collision Dec 27, 1943
				5177 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Fast Worker II" aka "Fast Woman")
					condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 13, 1943
				5178 (91st BG, 322nd BS, "The Old Stand By") shot down by Uffz. Karl Fey
					in Bf 110G-20 of ZG 1/1 W of Flensburg, Germany Oct 9, 1943.  MACR 898.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				5179 condemned enemy operations Jun 25, 1943
				5180 (306th BG, 423rd BS, "DFC") shot down by Uffz. Hans-Georg Guthenke in Fw 190A-4 of JG 11/3 at
					Bourtange, Netherlands Jun 25, 1943.  1 KIA, 9 POW
				5181 reclamation completed Gulfport AAF Aug 30, 1944
				5182 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5183 delivered Cheyenne Oct 7, 1942; Gowen Apr 8, 1943; Pocatello May 10, 1943;  Force landed at Peterson
					Fd, CO Dec 3, 1943;  W/o 26 May 1944 at Preston, KS; surveyed Pocatello AAF May 27, 1944
				5184 reclamation completed Fairmont AAF Jan 3, 1946
				5185 to RFC Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				5186 reclamation completed Robins AAF May 30, 1946
				5187 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				5188 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5189 to RFC Kingman Oct 29, 1945
				5190 wrecked in taxi accident at Biggs AAF, TX Dec 10, 1942
				5191 condemned MIA Jan 29, 1943, but seen in a photo taken Mar 1943 as "Peggy D"
				5192 delivered Cheyenne Oct 8, 1942; Biggs Jan 3, 1943; Pueblo Mar 31, 1943; Rapid City May 16, 1943; Gt Falls
					Jul 29, 1943;  W/o 25 Oct 1943 at Pendleton AAF, OR; surveyed Great Falls AAB Oct 26, 1943
				5193 Del Cheyenne 8/10/43; Pueblo 13/1/43; Gowen 9/5/43; Pocatello 13/7/43; 
					Force landed Pierre Apt, SD Oct 3, 1943; 246 BU Pratt 4/6/44; W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Pratt AAF, KS; repaired (?). 
					To 4136 BU Tinker 6/7/44; 4100 BU Patterson 15/2/45; 2114 BU Lockbourn 24/4/45; 377 BU Grenier 5/7/45; 2114 BU Lockbourn 28/9/45;  .
					to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5194 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5195 delivered Cheyenne 8/10/42; Tucson 15/1/43; Pyote 10/3/43; Tinker 9/8/43; crashed 30 miles NNE Sioux City Fd, Iowa Mar 4, 1944;
					surveyed Tinker AAB Mar 12, 1944
				5196 to RFC Ontario AAF Jun 14, 1945
				5197 Delivered Cheyenne 8/10/42; Pocatello 14/11/42; cr 10 miles S of Soda Springs, near Grace, ID Mar 2, 1942
				5198 to RFC Altus Aug 22, 1945
				5199 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 28, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5200 reclamation completed Burbank AAF, CA Mar 20, 1946
				5201 to RFC Kingman Oct 31, 1945
				5202 Delivered Cheyenne 8/10/42; ass 333BS/94BG and involved in landing accident at
					Biggs 31/1/43; Pueblo 1/4/43 Dalhart 3/4/43; Amarillo 30/6/43; force landed three miles north west Ore City, TX,
					Jul 10, 1943; Barksdale Jul 13, 1943; surveyed Barksdale AAF Jul 22, 1943
				5203 delivered Cheyenne Oct 8, 1942; Salina Feb 9, 1943; assigened MTO 12AF departed Atkinson, British Guiana on
					ferry trip to Belem, Brazil, disappeared with no trace Mar 13, 1943; (10KIS);  condemned Mar 30, 1943
				5204 to RFC Albuquerque May 23, 1945
				5205 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945
				5206 condemned MIA Dec 3, 1943
				5207 delivered Cheyenne Oct 8, 1942; Salt Lake City Nov 3, 1942; assigned to 540BS/383BG Rapid City Dec 5, 1942; force landed
					Chamberlain Fd, Minneapolis Jan 7, 1943 superchargers ran away;  to CL-26 Wold Chamberlin AAF Jan 30, 1943
				5208 to RFC Altus Oct 29, 1945
				5209 surveyed Hobbs AAF Aug 18, 1944.
				5210 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945
				5211 delivered Cheyenne 9/10/42; Smyrna 19/11/42; Ft Sumner 29/4/43; Hobbs 6/5/43; force landed base
					16/10/43; 3021 BU Las Vegas 18/6/44; 3030 BU Roswell 24/9/44; 3010 BU Williams
					26/11/44; 3020 La Junta 23/4/45; to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5212 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5213 surveyed Truax AAF May 31, 1945
				5214 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5215 delivered Cheyenne Oct 9, 1942; Geiger Dec 4, 1942; Gowen Mar 10, 1943. Wrecked at Gowen AAF, Idaho May 3, 1943.  
					8 killed.  W/o May 5, 1943
				5216 to RFC Albuquerque Aug 2, 1945
				5217 (301st BG, 352nd BS) lost May 10, 1943.  MACR 15304
				5218 (306BG 423BS "Sky Wolf") shot down by AA fire, crashed near Keil, Germany 13-Jun-43. 2KIA 7POW.
				5219 (305th BG, 364th BS) lost May 17, 1943, L'Orient, France.  MACR 15569
				5220 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost Apr 16, 1943.
				5221 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Shades of Stricnine", later "Son") damaged
					by Lt Heinrich Rudolph in Fw 190A-6 of JG 11/1 and crashed
					into Baltic Sea S of Lolland Island, Denmark Oct 9, 1943.  MACR 874.
					10 KIA.
				5222 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5223 (97th BG then to 99th BG, 346th BS) damaged and ditched in Adriatic Sea
					75 km SE of Venice, Italy Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1528.  1 drowned,
					2 POW, 7 rescued 6 days later.
				5224 delivered Tulsa Oct 14, 1942; Gt Falls, MT, Force landed Hill Fd, Ogden Oct 17, 1942;  crashed Hill
					Fd, UT Nov 13, 1942; W/O Nov 19, 1942.  Surveyed Hill AAF, UT May 10, 1943
				5225 (91st BG, 323rd BS) shot down Aug 17, 1943 by Lt Artur Beese
					in Fw 190A of JG 26/1 at Balen, Belgium.  MACR 280.
					8 KIA, 1 POW, 1 evaded.
				5226 deliveredl Tulsa Oct 14, 1942; Wendover Feb 27, 1943; Casper Apr 9, 1943; Tinker Jun 13, 1943; 
					Rapid City Jul 14, 1943; crashed a mile north of AF Mine School Sep 6, 1943;  Surveyed Rapid City AAF Sep 8, 1943
				5227 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				5228 (454th BG) lost Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 6971
					Also listed as reclamation completed Tinker AAF Feb 13, 1946
				5229 delivered Denver Oct 15, 1942; Brooksville Dec 13, 1942; Eglin Feb 3, 1943; Leesburg Jun 22, 1943; to Brooksville, TX
					Surveyed Leesburg AAF Jun 22, 1943.  Have a report that this
					plane stalled and crashed on approach to runway Oct 3, 1943 and
					11 were killed.
				5230 reclamation completed Patterson AAF Nov 27, 1945
				5231 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 26, 1945
				5232 (305th BG, 364th BS) lost Apr 4, 1943.  MACR 15592.
				5233 to RFC Arledge AAF, Tulsa, OK Nov 23, 1944
				5234 Delivered Cheyenne Oct 23, 1942, to Wayne Co Dec 2, 1942, Dorval Dec 11, 1o942,
					Gander0OPrestwick Jan 7, 1943.  To RAF as Fortress II FA707.  To 206 Sq Benbecula, Scotland,
					To 220 Sq Lagens, Azores.  Ditched off San Muguel, Azores Jul 26, 1944.  All crew rescuded
					by Portuguese vessel Lourenco Marques.
				5235 to RAF as Fortress II FA708.  Crashed Azores Nov 7, 1944.
				5236 to RAF as Fortress II FA709.  SOC Sep 15, 1947.
				5237 to RAF as Fortress II FA710.  SOC Nov 26, 1946.
				5238 to RAF as Fortress II FA711.  Exact fate uncertain.  Listes as being SOC
					Aug 14, 1944 but W/o Aug 14, 1948.
				5239 to RAF as Fortress II FA712.  SOC Mar 11, 1947.
				5240 to RAF as Fortress II FA713.  SOC Jun 12, 1945.
				5241 to RFC Ontario AAF, CA Jun 14, 1945
				5242 (97th BG, 342nd BS) crashed on takeoff
					at Chateaudun-du-Rhumel, Algeria Mar 23, 1943.
				5243 delivered Tulsa Oct 23, 1942; Wendover Dec 5, 1942; Assigned 359BS/303BG  Molesworth Jan 29, 1943; 
					(303rd BG, 359th BS, "FDR's Potato Peeler Kids" aka
					"Idaho Potato Peeler Kids") shot down on mission to Kiel by fighters ditched nr Heligoland Is, Germany
					over sea May 14, 1943.  MACR 15593.  10 KIA
				5244 condemned Dec 7, 1943
				5245 (97th BG, 414th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 in Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 482.  9 POW, 1 ?
				5246 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945.
				5247 to RFC Altus Jul 28, 1945
				5248 (97th BG, 342nd BS) lost Apr 13, 1943.  MACR 16526.
				5249 delivered Denver Oct 23, 1942; Orlando Jan 31, 1943; Eglin Mar 5, 1943; Brooksville Jun 25, 1943; 2114 BU Lockbourn
					Sep 2, 1943; 3017 BU Hobbs Jan 24, 1944; 4124 BU Altus Jul 11, 1944;  Damaged in ground accident at Hobbs AAF, NM Feb 28, 1945.
					To RFC Altus Aug 27, 1945
42-5250/5349		Boeing B-17F-45-BO Fortress
				MSN 3789/3888.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				5250 crashed 1 1/2 mi NE of Brixham, England during attempted
					forced landing Jan 12, 1943 while on ferry flight.
					Presumably repaired, to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				5251 in midair collision with B-17F 41-24476 over UK Mar 1, 1943.
				5252 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5253 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost Apr 4, 1943.  MACR 15564
				5254 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK  Aug 13, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5255 reclamation completed Syracuse AAF Jan 3, 1946
				5256 reclamation completed Amarillo AAF Apr 9, 1946
				5257 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Miss Bea Haven") reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 9, 1945
				5258 crashed during attempted forced landing at cardinham, England
					during ferry flight Feb 10, 1943.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Feb 11, 1943
				5259 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5260 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Yardbird II") shot down by Hptm
					Paul-August Stolte in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/6 and exploded over
					North Sea 6km NW of Langeoog, Germany Oct 2, 1943.  MACR 738.
					11 KIA
				5261 to RFC Albuquerque Aug 9, 1945
				5262 (303rd BG, 360th BS) lost Mar 6, 1943.  MACR 15536
				5263 to RFC Altus Oct 29, 1945
				5264 delivered Denver Nov 2, 1942; Saline Dec 15, 1942; Assigned to 358BS/303BG Molesworth Feb 1, 1943; landing
					accident May 31, 1943; battle damage over Oschersleben Jan 11, 1944, on return
					aircraft force landed at 2AD Watton, Norfolk   (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Yankee Doodle Dandy") returned to USA Apr 3, 1944.  
					Converted to TB-17F.  To RFC at Searcy Field, 
					Stillwater, OK Sep 24, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5265 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5266 delivered Geiger Nov 1, 1942; Lewiston Dec 2, 1942; Gt Falls Feb 4, 1943; assigned to 548BS/385BG Geiger,
					involved in ground loop on base w/crew chief Mar 11, 1943; to Gore Apr 12, 1943; Ephrata Jun 2, 1943; 4136
					BU Tinker Jun 19, 1944; 505BG Harvard Jun 22, 1943; 244 BU Harvard Aug 18, 1944; 3003 BU Luke 2/9/44; 244 BU
					Harvard Oct 12, 1944; 203 BU Jackson Jan 21, 1945;   damaged in takeoff accident at Jacson AAB, MS Jan 25, 1945
					To 232 BU Dalhart Sep 20, 1945; 					To RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5267 delivered Geiger Nov 1, 1942; Glasgow Dec 7, 1942; Gt Falls Feb 4, 1943; Tinker Jul 12, 1943; Dalhart Aug 18, 1943;
					2024 BU Walker Apr 10, 1944; 4100 BU Patterson Jun 8, 1944; 248 BU Walker Oct 24, 1944;  crashed Russell, KS Oct 24, 1944
					Surveyed Walker AAF Oct 25, 1944
				5268 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5269 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5270 reclamation completed Syracuse AAF Jan 3, 1946
				5271 reclamation completed Albuquerque AAF Mar 13, 1946
				5272 reclamation completed Albuquqrque AAF Mar 13, 1946
				5273 to RFC Albuquerque AAF Jun 25, 1946
				5274 to RFC Ontario AAF Jun 29, 1945
				5275 to RFC Ontario AAF Jun 14, 1945
				5276 reclamation completed Truax AAF Jun 6, 1946
				5277 to DPC Bush FIeld Jun 15, 1945
				5278 reclamation completed Kearney AAF Oct 22, 1945
				5279 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5280 reclamation completed Syracuse AAF Jan 3, 1946
				5281 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5282 wrecked on takeoff Jan 22, 1943 at Redmond, OR when lost engine on takeoff.
				5283 wrecked Nov 3, 1942 at Sioux City AAB, Iowa when crashed and burned
					during blind landing in snowstorm.
				5284 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD May 31, 1946
				5285 to RFC Searcy AAF, Stillwater, OK Aug 24, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5286 to RFC Ontario, CA Aug 27, 1945
				5287 (466th BG) lost over Zuider Zee Mar 23, 1944.  Parts and eight 500lb bombs 
					recovered 1982;Boschwijde.  Also listed as surveyed Gowen AAF Apr 29, 1943 after
					crashing on training flight with 29th BG, 52nd BS Apr 25, 1943 7 mi S of Gowen Field,
					ID, 4 of 9 aboard survived.
				5288 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945
				5289 delivered Geiger Nov 5, 1942; Blythe Dec 9, 1942; Tucson Mar 3, 1943; Walla Walla May 23, 1943; wrecked when crashed
					two miles west of Patterson, WA Aug 10, 1943; surveyed Walla Walla AAF Aug 13, 1943
				5290 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5291 to RFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				5292 delivered Geiger Nov 6, 1942; Sioux City Jan 3, 1943; force landed base Feb 26, 1943; Kearney Aug 3, 19\43;
					2511 BU Bryan Nov 2, 1944; 4124 BU Altus Oct 18, 1945; to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				5293 to RFC Altus Sep 6, 1945
				5294 surveyed Rapid City AAB May 26, 1943
				5295 wrecked Rapid City AAB in crash landing Apr 23, 1943
				5296 reclamation completed AmarilloAAF Jun 7, 1946
				5297 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				5298 to RFC Kingman Oct 28, 1945
				5299 surveyed Wendover AAF Jun 25, 1943
				5300 reclamation completed at Drew AAF Apr 4, 1945
				5301 to RFC Altus Aug 11, 1945
				5302 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5303 reclamation completed Liberal AAF Feb 2, 1945
				5304 delivered Tulsa Nov 16, 1942; Sioux City Dec 4, 1942; Rapid City Feb 5, 1943; Ephrata Mar 1, 1943; Spokane Apr 28, 1943;
					Ephrata 14/5/43; 236 BU Pyote 10/9/44; 555 BU Love Fd 8/11/44; 236 BU Pyote 24/1/45; 224 BU Sioux
					City Mar 6, 1945; .damaged in ground collision at Sioux City AAF, IA
					Apr 10, 1945.  Converted to TB-17F.  To RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5305 delivered Denver Nov 11, 1942; Pyote Jan 8, 1943; Pueblo Mar 20, 1943; Gt Falls Apr 21, 1943; Moses Lake May 20, 1943; Tinker
					Jun 7, 1943; Ephrata Jul 29, 1943; to Pendleton.  Crashed  between Salmon and Leadore, ID 24 Oct 1943 
.					Ephrata AAF surveyed Oct 25, 1943
				5306 (303rd BG, 359th BS) lost Feb 28, 1944.  MACR 2863
				5307 reclamation completed Syracues AAF Jan 3, 1946
				5308 to RFC Altus Aug 30, 1945
				5309 reclamation completed SouthCity AAF May 22, 1945
				5310 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5311 to RFC Kingman Oct 28, 1945
				5312 to RFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				5313 crashed 5 mi NE of Ephrata, WA Mar 29, 1943.  11 crew killed.
				5314 to RFC Walnut Ridte Oct 9, 1945
				5315 to RFC Kingman Jan 8, 1946
				5316 Delivered Tulsa Nov 12, 1942; Geiger Dec 1, 1942; Pueblo Jan 22, 1943; Ainsworth Feb 26, 1943; Cutbank Apr 14, 1943; Gore
					May 27, 1943; Ephrata, WA Jun 5, 1943; crash landed base Jun 15, 1943; WO 16/6/43.   Surveyed Ephrata AAF WA Jun 16, 1943
				5317 Dellivered Tulsa Nov 12, 1942;Boise Dec 2, 1942';Tinker Mar 29, 1943; Walla Walla Apr 12, 1943; force landed base 
					Apr21, 1943.  Surveyed Walla Walla AAF Apr 25, 143
				5318 (331st BG, 464th BS) crashed into side of mountain 10 mi NE of Covelo, CA May 30, 1943.
					All 6 crew killed.
				5319 to RFC Walnut Ridte Sep 26, 1945
				5320 wrecked May 4, 1943 Casper AAF, WY.  Crashed and burned after takeoff
				5321 to RFC Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				5322 to RFC Ontario AAF Jun 19, 1945
				5323 reclamation completed Olmstead AAF Feb 9, 1945
				5324 to RFC Albuquerque May 26, 1945
				5325 Delivered Cheyenne Nov 8, 1942; Wendover Dec 29, 1942; Sioux City Apr 6, 1943; Tinker Jun 13, 1943; Scotts
					Bluff Aug 11, 1943; 238 BU Dyersburg Jan 25, 1944;  Reclamation completed Dyersburg AAF, TN Feb 9, 1945
				5326 crashed outside of Pueblo, CO Feb 18, 1943.  5 killed.  Condemned Biggs AAF Feb 23, 1943
				5327 to RFC Altus Jul 28, 1945
				5328 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5329 to RFC Kingman Oct 28, 1945
				5330 reclamation completed Sedalia AAF, MO Mar 10, 1945
				5331 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5332 to RFC Ontario, CA Jun 14, 1945
				5333 reclamation completed Dyersburg AAF, TN Feb 24, 1945
				5334 wrecked Ordway, CO Jan 24, 1943.  Crew killed.
				5335 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5336 to RFC Kingman Nov 2, 1945
				5337 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Apr 17,1943.  MACR 16090
				5338 to RFC Ontario, CA Jun 27, 1945
				5339 Delivered Denver Nov 16, 1942; Sioux City Dec 4, 1942; assigned to 461BS/331BG Casper Jan 4, 1943;  Had
					landing accident due to bad weather on Jan 15, 1943;   Condemned Casper AAF, WY Feb 16, 1943
				5340 (99th BG, 347th BS) lost Jan 24, 1944.  MACR 1991
				5341 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Vicious Virgin" aka "Scarlet Harlot") to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5342 wrecked May 7, 1943 4 mi W of Dalhart, TX.  9 killed
				5343 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5344 to RFC Arledge AAF Nov 22, 1944
				5345 surveyed Ephrata AAF Nov 10, 1943
				5346 to RFC Altus Sep 11, 1945
				5347 Delivered Cheyenne Nov 16, 1942; Pueblo Feb 9, 1943; Dalhart Mar 18, 1943; Gowen Apr 19, 1943; Tinker Jun 9, 1943;
					Dyersburg Jul 16, 1943; crashed base Aug 24, 1943; Surveyed Dyersburg AAF Sep 1, 1943
				5348 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5349 surveyed Gulfport AAF Jan 18, 1945
42-5350/5484		Boeing B-17F-50-BO Fortress
				MSN 3889/4023.  Dispositions from B-17 Fortress Master Log, Dave Osborne
				5350 to RFC Albuquerque Aug 3, 1945
				5351 to CL-26 Lowy AAF Jan 3,1 945
				5352 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5353 Delivered Cheyenne Nov 17, 1942; Colorado Springs Jan 5, 1943; Lowry Apr 6, 1943; Hill May 16, 1943; Peterson
					Jun 1, 1943; Ass Mapping Group Bradley SEP 1, 1943; to F-9, To 91PS/1PG Buckley Jul 5, 1944; 3705 BU Lowry May14, 1945;
					Redesignated as FB-17F in 1945.  To US Navy Jul 7, 1946
				5354 delivered Cheyenne No 18,1942, to 11th AF at Ladd Field Jan 15, 1943.  Returned to USA
					Gore Field Jun 6, 1943.  To Hendricks Sep 18, 1943.  Damaged in ground collision at Hendricks Field, FL
					Jun 26, 1945.  Reclamation completed Hendricks AAF Jan 3, 1946
				5355 delivered Denver Nov 20, 1942, to Casper Jan 1, 1943, to Pyote Apr 24, 1943. Forced landing at Clovis,
					New Mexico Jun 11, 1944. To 4200 BU at Chicago MAP Jun 13, 1944, to 234 BU at Clovis Jun 14, 1944,
					to 4100 BU Patterson Jun 16, 1944, to 2218 BU Alexandria Sep 6, 1944.  Collided with 42-31948 May 7, 1945
					on 54-ship practice flight NE of Lousiana Rapids. 9 killed  Surveyed Alexandria AAF Jun 7, 1945
				5356 delivered Denver Nov 20, 1942, to Walla Walla Mar 1, 1943, to Madras Jun 19, 1943, to Rapid City
					Jul 29, 1943, to Walla Walla Aug 15, 1943.  Force landing McDill Mar 29, 1944.  To 331 BU at Barksdale
					Nov 9, 1944.  To RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5357 delivered Denver Nov 20, 1942, to West Palm Beach Dec 11, 1942.  Assigned to 303rd BG Molesworth
					Nov 1, 1943.  Transferred to AFSC Mar 19, 1943.  W/o Aug 27, 1944.  There is a photo of this plane wredked
					in the North African desert of Tunisia dated 1943.
				5358 Delivered Denver Nov 20, 1942; Walla Walla Jan 31, 1943; Seattle Mar 5, 1943; Hill May 28, 1943; Rapid City Jun 2, 1943;
					Walla Walla Jul 10, 1943; 357 BU Kellogg Sep 18, 1944; 326 BU McDill Sep 24, 1944;
					Crashlanded near Allentown, PA Jul 5, 1945. 4112 BU Olmstead 17/7/45 To RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5359 crashed northwest Iowa Dec 15, 1942 while in training with 99th BG, 348th BS.  Repaired
					and flown out.  Recolamation completed Admore AAF Jan 3, 1946
				5360 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "War Bride" aka "Old Faithful") lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1926
				5361 Delivered Tulsa Nov 24, 1942; Glasgow Dec 18, 1942; Walla Walla Feb 4, 1943; Redmond Jun 18, 1943; Spokane Jul 31, 1943;
					29BG Pratt Jun 1, 1944; 460 BU Hamilton Jun 5, 1944; 29BG Dalhart Sep 2, 1944; 246 BU Pratt Sep 18, 1944; 232 BU Dalhart
					Oct 26, 1944; 273 BU Lincoln Nov 21, 1944;  Force landed en route to 248 BU Walker Feb 19, 1945; 
					Reclamation completed Walker AAF Mar 16, 1945
				5362 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Feb 26, 1943.  MACR 15712
				5363 to RFC Kingman AAF Nov 14, 1945
				5364 reclamation completed Gulfport AAF Mar 13, 1946
				5365 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Sep 24, 1945. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5366 Delivered Tulsa Nov 21, 1942; Wendover Dec 14, 1942; Scotts Bluff Mar 23, 1943; Casper Apr 30, 1943; Tinker Jun 28, 1943;
					Dalhart Jun 25, 1943; W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Dalhart AAB, TX; repaired; To RFC Kingman, AZ Oct 27, 1945
				5367 crashed Feb 11, 1943 in mountains SE of Walla Walla, WA.
				5368 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5369 Delivered Tulsa Nov 24, 1942; Biggs Jan 3, 1943; Dalhart Mar 13, 1943; Luke May 16, 1943; Dyersburg Jun 24, 1943; Galveston
					Jul 24, 1943; W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Gates, TN .  surveyed Galveston AAF Jan 21, 1944
				5370 (91st BG, 324th BS) lost Waddenzee, Netherlands Mar 4, 1943. 
					MACR 16102.  Shot down and crashed at sea after bombing
					Hamm marshaling yards.  1 POW, 3 MIA, 6 KIA
				5371 to rFC Kingman Nov 14, 1945
				5372 Delivered Tulsa Nov 26, 1942; Blythe Dec 28, 1942; Moses Lake May 2, 1943; Geiger Aug 2, 1943; 593BS/396BG Moses
					Lake Aug 23, 1943; crash landed Avon Park Apr 30, 1944; WO May 1, 1944.to CL-26 Geiger AAF May 11, 1944
				5373 to RFC Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				5374 Delivered Tulsa Nov 26, 1942; Blythe May 1, 1943; Ephrata May 24, 1943; 222 BU Ardmore Jan 22, 1944; 3017 BU Hobbs May 4, 1944;
					 222 BU Ardmore May 17, 1944; crashlanded in bad weather near Hobbs AAF, NM May 2, 1945.
					To RFC Ontario Jun 14, 1945
				5375 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 12, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5376 collided in midair with RAF Beaufighter V8715 Aug 31, 1943
					near Norwich.  Beaufighter crashed at Foulsham, England.  
					B-17 condemned Sep 1, 1943.  
				5377 condemned MIA Apr 26, 1943
				5378 (306th BG, 367th BS, "Skylark") downed over St. Lorient, France Mar 6, 1943. 
				5379 to CL-26 Wright AAF Nov 30, 1946
				5380 to RFC Altus Aug 28, 1945
				5381 to CL-26b Amarillo AAF Aug 7, 1943
				5382 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "The Witch's Tit") shot down by AAA at Oldenburg, Germany Jun 25, 1943. 1 KIA, 9 POW.
					No MACR
				5383 delivered Denver Nov 28, 1943, to Pocatello Dec 20, 1942, to Walla Walla Feb 22, 1943.  Forced landing
					at Redmond, Oregon Jun 10, 1943.  Forced landing Pyote base Jul 26, 1943.  To Walla Walla Aug 15, 1943.
					To CL-26 Apr 4, 1944
				5384 Delivered Denver Nov 28, 1943; Pocatello Dec 20, 1942; Pyote Jan 8, 1943; Tinker Feb 14 ,1943; 30BS/19BG Pyote Aug 2, 1943;
					Crashed seven east of base Aug 7, 1943; To CL-26 Pyote AAF, TX Aug 8, 1943
				5385 to RFC Altus Aug 20, 1945
				5386 Deiveredl Cheyenne Nov 26, 1942; Redmond Dec 23, 1942; Sioux City Jan 31, 1943; Gowen Mar 10, 1943; Tinker
					May 22, 1943; Dyersburg Jun 12, 1943; In mid-air collision w/42-5465 and crashed Sligo, MT Sep 4, 1943; 
					To CL-26 Dyersburg AAF Sep 5, 1943
				5387 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				5388 (99th BG, 348th BS, "Never Satisfied") to excessive inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				5389 (379th BG, 527th BS) crashed on takeoff at Sioux City AAF, IA
					Feb 8, 1943.  8 killed, 2 survived.  Condemned Sioux City AAF 
					Feb 9, 1943
				5390 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "The Avenger") shot down by Uffz Hans_georg Huthenke in Fw 190A-4 of JG 11/3 at
					Bourtange, Netherlands Jun 25, 1943.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				5391 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 15222
				5392 Delivered Tulsa Nov 29, 1942; Salina Jan 25, 1943; Assigned to 427BS/303BG Molesworth Mar 26, 1943, 
					(303rd BG, 427th BS, "Stric Nine/Old Sad Sack") shot down Aug 19, 1943, Belgium and ditched
					in North Sea off Hoek van Holland.  MACR 285.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				5393 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Thumper Again" aka "Little Woman" &
					"Just For Laffs") to RFC Altus Oct 4, 1945
				5394 (306th BG, 367th BS) lost Apr 17, 1943.  MACR 15516
				5395 condemned flak Jul 16, 1943
				5396 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				5397 (2nd BG) lost Nov 18, 1943.  MACR 1200.
				5398 Delivered Tulsa Dec 4, 1943; Boise Jan 15, 1943; Wendover Feb 27, 1943; Gowen Apr 19, 1943; Tinker Jun 9, 1943; 
					Dalhart Jul 9, 1943;  Force landed base Jul 27, 1943. To CL-16 Dalhart AAF, TX Oct 13, 1943
				5399 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5400 to RFC Kingman Oct 28, 1945
				5401 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 2, 1942; Pyote Jan 19, 1943; 93BS/19BG Pyote Aug 21, 1943; 28BS/19BG Pyote
					Nov 9, 1943; W/o 26 Mar 1944 at Dewitt, AR.  WO 27/3/44.  To CL-26 Pyote AAF Mar 27, 1944
				5402 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 2, 1942; Homestead Dec 27, 1942; Ass 340BS/97BG Biskra Jan 15, 1943; Chateaudu-
					Rhumel Feb 8, 1943; Pont-du-Fahs Aug 1, 1943; Depienne Aug 15, 1943;  condemned crash landing with 
					340th BG at El Aouina beach, Tunisia Oct 4, 1943. Crew safe, but aircraft was salvaged.
				5403 condemned salvage not combat related Mar 30, 1945
				5404 (384th BG, 545th BS, *The Geezil*) MIA Jan 30, 1944 on mission to Brunswick, Germany.  
					MACR 2264
				5405 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				5406 (91st BG, 323rd BS) lost May 13, 1943.
				5407 (396th BG, then to 91st BG, then to 379th BG, 526th BS, "Fighting Pappy") damaged
					by Hptm Erich Woitke in Fw 190A-6 of JG 11/2 and crashlanded
					at Schonberger Strand, Germany Oct 9, 1943.  MACR 1354.
					1 KIA, 9 POW.
				5408 to RFC Kingman Oct 31, 1945
				5409 (301st BG, 419th BS, "Lydia Pinkham", to 2nd BG, 429th BS) shot down
					by Uffz Hans Langer in Bf 109G-6 of JG 51/4 15 km SW of
					Udine, Italy Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1519.  All 10 crew bailed, but
					tail gunner was shot by a German soldier and died, rest POW.
				5410 to RFC Altus Sep 6, 1945
				5411 (2nd BG) lost Jan 24, 1944.  MACR 1988
				5412 reclamation completed Lowry AAF Apr 30, 1946
				5413 (99th BG, 416th MS, "Ramblin' Raider") lost Aug 25, 1943, Italy.  MACR 478
				5414 to RFC Ontario, CA Jun 11, 1945
				5415 to RFC Altus Nov 15, 1945
				5416 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945
				5417 to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 29, 1945
				5418 (483rd BG) lost Apr 30, 1944.  MACR 4612.
				5419 condemned crash landing Mar 5, 1943
				5420 to RFC Searcy Field Jul 28, 1945
				5421 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				5422 (306th BG, 423rd BS) lost May 1, 1943.  MACR 15619
				5423 Delivered Tulsa Dec 5, 1942; assigned 333BS/94BG Pueblo Dec 29, 1942;  in landing accident Feb 12, 1943 
					at Pueblo AAB, CO, rolled into ravine. Two killed, 6 injured.  Aircraft w/o
				5424 reclamation completed Amarillo AAF Apr 9, 1946
				5425 to RFC Kingman Jan 18, 1946
				5426 (369th BS, 306th BG, 'Fightin-Bitin') shot down by Lt Heinrich Rudolph in Fw 190A of
					JG 11/I Stab at Schuby, 6 km W of Schleswig, Germany Jul 29, 1943.  MACR 123.  6 KIA, 4 POW
				5427 (2 BG, 20th BS) shot down by rocket fired by Bf 100G-2 of ZG 76/2
					S of Insbruck, Austria Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1530.  3 KIA, 7 POW
				5428 to DPC Bush Field Jul 2, 1945
				5429 condemned MIA Jan 18, 1943
				5430 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Good Enuf") crashed after colliding with
					Fw 190 during mission to Wilhelmshaven Jun 11, 1943.  MACR 15228
				5431 (306th BG, 367th BS) lost Apr 5, 1943.
				5432 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "The Hunting Club" aka "Just For Laughs") 
					lost Jun 22, 1943.  MACR 3077.  Hit by AAA and was last seen
					after it had passed over the target area.  Crashed at Berg Bossendorf,
					Germany.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				5433 to RFC Kingman Jan 15, 1946
				5434 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Lady Luck" aka "Bob's Boudoir & Shad Rack")
					wrecked Sep 26, 1943 near Winchester, UK due to engine failure and
					structural failure, crew bailed out
				5435 (306th BG, 366th BS) lost May 1, 1943.  MACR 15721
				5436 surveyed Dyersburg AF Jun 27, 1943
				5437 (91st BG, 401st BS, "Frank's Nightmare") shot down by Hptm
					Erwin Klausen in Fw 190A-6 of JF 11/1 Stab at Mayhen,
					Germany Aug 17, 1943 during Schweinfurt raid.  MACR 282.
					9 KIA, 1 POW
				5438 to RFC Albuquerque May 25, 1945
				5439 (99th BG, 437th BS) lost Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3355.
					Crashed near Udine. 1 KIA, 9 bailed out.
				5440 condemned inventory Oct 31, 1945
				5441 reclamation completed Amarillo AAF Jun 27, 1946
				5442 Delivered Tulsa Oct 8, 1942; Casper Jan 17, 1943; Salina Feb 3, 1943; W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Pueblo AAB, CO; 
					to Dyersburg Apr 14, 1943; Pyote Apr 24, 1943; 28BS/19BG Pyote Oct 28, 1943; 273 BU Lincoln Sep 4, 1944; 
					504BG Fairmont Sep 7, 1944; 241 BU Fairmont Sep 23, 1944; 249 BU Alliance Oct 14, 1944; from Fairmont, NE 
					to 902 BU Orlando Mar 13, 1945; to RFC Altus Oct 4, 1945.
				5444 (384th BG, 545th BS, *We Dood It*) MIA 1/30/1944 on mission to Brunswick, Germany.  MACR 2263
				5445 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 10, 1942; Sioux City Jan 8, 1943; Rapid City Feb 2, 1943; Minneapolis Mar 19, 1943;
					Ephrata Apr 12, 1943; Spokane May 3, 1943; 390BG crash landed Moses Lake AAF, WA Jul 26, 1943 ; WO Aug 20, 1943.
				5447 Delivered Cheyenne 10/12/42; Sioux City 10/1/43; Wendover 31/1/43; Casper 5/5/43; McClellan
					3/6/43; Sioux City 3/7/43; Kearney 3/8/43; Tinker 23/11/43; W/o 12 Dec 1943 at Lowry Field, CO; 
					232 BU Dalhart 9/6/44; 2AF HQ Peterson 20/6/44; 271 BU Kearney 11/9/44; 4136 BU Tinker 10/1/45; 
					271 BU Kearney 14/1/45; 485 BU Kearney 29/7/45; to RFC Kingman, AZ 12/11/45.
				5450 (34th BG, 7th BS) crashed 5 mi S of Blythe, CA Mar 17, 1943.  7 killed.
				5451 crashed near Kearney AAF, Nebraska Aug 31, 1943. All 8 onboard
					killed.
				5455 Del Cheyenne Dec 10, 1942; Pocatello Dec 28, 1942; Pyote AAB, TX Feb 16, 1943; crashed five miles 
					south of base Jun 6, 1943, 8 killed, one survivor.  W/O Jun 7, 1943
				5458 Delivered Denver Dec 11, 1942; Pocatello Dec 31, 1942; Pyote Jan 11, 1943; Force landed two miles north of
					Pecos, TX Jun 22, 1943; WO Jun 24, 1943.
				5459 Delivered Denver Dec 11, 1942; assigned to 330BS/96BG at Pocatello Dec 10, 1942; Pyote Jan 13, 1943; 
					Pocatello Jan 13, 1943; crashed seven miles NW Pyote base, TX Feb 2, 1943; WO Feb 3, 1943.
				5460 Delivered Denver Dec 11, 1942; Wendover Dec 30, 1942; Sioux City Apr 6, 1943; Dyersburg Apr 13, 1943; Tinker Nov 4, 1943;
					Smoky Hill Nov 12, 1943; 235 BU Biggs Jul 27, 1944; WO Aug 18, 1944; Recl Comp Aug 3, 1946.
				5465 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 10, 1942; Wendover Dec 27, 1942; Casper Mar 24, 1943; Tinker Jun 4, 1943; Dyersburg
					Jul 1, 1943; mid-air collision w/42-5386, crashed Sligo, MT Sep 4, 1943; WO Sep 26, 1943.
				5467 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 10, 1942; Casper Jan 13, 1943; Scotts Bluff Feb 15, 1943; Casper Apr 16, 1943; Sioux City
					Jun 28, 1943; Dyersburg Aug 4, 1943; 232 BU Dalhart Jun 15, 1944; 201 BU Peterson Jun 22, 1944; 233 BU Davis Monthan
					Aug 23, 1944; 273 BU Lincoln Oct 11, 1944; 200 BU Peterson Apr 29, 1945; to RFC Kingman, AZ Oct 27, 1945
				5468 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Qui-9 The Bitter Dose" aka "The Nasty Nine") hit by fighters, crew bailed out over UK
					and crashed into sea off UK Jun 25, 1943.  1 KIA, 9 OK.
				5470 (99th BG, 346th BS) lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1820
				5472 Delivered Denver Dec 16, 1942; ass 18BS/34BG Blythe Dec 15, 1942; bellied in at Blythe AAF, CA Feb 13, 1943, repaired.;
					Dalhart May 22, 1943; Tinker Jun 13, 1943; Dalhart Jul 2, 1943; WO Aug 18, 1943; Tinker Nov 27, 1943; 248 BU Walker Jun 16, 1944;
					221 BU Alexandra Aug 18, 1944; Recl Comp Mar 13, 1946.
				5474 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Aug 28, 1942 to Nov 19, 1943
					and used for icing research.  Tests carried out during winter of 1943 at AAF Icing Research Base
					in Minneapolis.  Crashed Drew Field, FL Mar 17, 1944.
				5478 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 15, 1942; Salina Jan 1, 1943; De Ridder Jan 31, 1943; Dyersburg Apr 29, 1943; Alexandria
					Jul 7, 1943; Galveston Aug 13, 1943; to Dyersburg crash landed Dyersburg AAB Aug 23, 1943; 234 BU Clovis 
					Jun 24, 1944; to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14 1945.
				5482 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Cat O'9 Tails") suffered AAA damage over Germany Oct 14, 1943.  Crew flew aircraft back
					to English coast and then bailed out.  Plane finally crashed at Riseley, England.
				5483 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Red Ass" aka "The Devil Himself") 
					damaged by Me 410A, then shot down by Uffz Arnulf 
					Gottschall in Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/5 near Menslage, Germany 
					Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1656.  4 KIA, 6 POW
42-5485/5529		Northrop P-61A-1-NO Black Widow
				MSN 717/761 
				5485 reclamation completed Tinker AFB Nov 10, 1948
				5486 reclamation completed Tinker AFB Nov 18, 1948
				5487 reclamation completed South Bend AAF Sep 26, 1946
				5488 reclamation completed Chanute AAF May 13, 1947
				5489 reclamation completed Tinker AFB Nov 10, 1948
				5490 to storage Hill AAF Jan 28, 1947
				5491 reclamation completed McClellan AAF Jan 28, 1947
				5492 surveyed Hammer AAF Sep 6, 1945
				5493 condemned salvage Jul 28, 1944
				5494 condemned salvage Jul 28, 1944
				5495 condemned missing Jul 10, 1945
			5496 Delivered to USAAF 1Jan44; Sacramento, CA 31Jan44 enroute Oakland for intended delivery to PTO; 
				diverted to Newark, NJ for Europe; departed US 20Feb44; shipped to Speke, Liverpool, England; 
				8th AF 6Mar44; delivered Royal AF 21Mar44;, no RAF serial number known.
				to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough Mar 23, 1944 for spoiler control handling trials; 
				to A&AEE, Boscombe Down by May 6, 1944 for handling assessments; 
				diverted RAF 22Feb45; Central Fighter Establishment, Tangmere for radar experiments;  Tested against Mosquito,
				but RAF decided to stayh with Mosquito.
				Fairey Aviation, Heston 23May45; was to be used by Fairey to evaluate the remotely controlled gun 'barbette' turret. 
				A similar installation was planned for the Fairey Spearfish but with the widespread cancellation of orders in 1945 
				the plan was abandoned. Returned to US; National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA); 
				USAAF forced gain from NACA 7Apr48; Air Materiel Command [Warner Robins] 27Jun48; designated ZF-61A; 
				reclamation completed Langley AFB,VA Jul 27, 1948

				5497 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 27, 1945
				5498 condemned accident Luzon, PI Jul 2, 1945
				5499 condemned accident Jan 9, 1945
				5500 condemned salvage Jan 17 1945
				5501 condemned accident not combat Luzon, PI May 3, 1945
				5502 condemned bombed Nov 15, 1944
				5503 condemned accident Aug 13, 1944
				5504 condemned accident combat related Feb 22, 1945
				5505 condemned salvage obsolete Aug 3, 1945
				5506 condemned salvage Guadalcanal Sep 13, 1944
				5507 (419th NFS, XIII Fighter Command, 13th AF) shot down by AAA 1 1/14 mi zse of Jolo Town, Jolo Island
					in Sulu Archipelago in Philippines Apr 10, 1945.  Both crew killed.  MACR 13784
				5508 condemned salvage obsolete Guadalcanal Sep 27, 1945
				5509 excess inventory list Luzon, PI Dec 31, 1945
				5510 condemned salvage Jul 27, 1944
				5511 condemned accident Nov 18, 1944
				5512 condemned accident Dec 8, 1944
				5513 (419th NFS, 18th FG, 13th AF) crshed from unknown cause 10 mi from Lunga Point, Guadalcanal
					Jun 12, 1944.  MACR 5525.  All 3 crew killed.  Aircraftcondemned accident damage Jun 20, 1944
				5514 condemned accident Aug 16, 1944
				5515 (419th NFS, XIII Fighter Command, 13th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Waigeo, Indonesia Oct 18, 1944, 
					MACR 10451.  All 3 crew killed.  After the war, remains of the aircraft were found in jungle of New Guinea.
				5516 condemned salvage obsolete Leyte, PI Sep 27, 1945
				5517 condemned accident Aug 1, 1944
				5518 condemned salvage Aug 30, 1944
				5519 condemned accident no combat Luzon, PI May 3, 1945
				5520 condemned accident Feb 21, 1945
				5521 condemned salvage obsolete Luzon, PI Sep 28k 1945
				5522 Lost per Hawaiian weekly loss letter Jul 24, 1944
				5523 W/o 31 May 1944 at Ft Kamenhameha, HI, condemned Jun 11, 1944
				5524 condemned salvage Aug 31, 1945
				5525 condemned (lost per Hawaiian weekly loss letter) Jul 24, 1944
				5526 condemned salvage Aug 31, 1945
				5527 (6th NFS, 7th Fighter Wing, 7th AF) dropped from inventory and scrapped at Kipapa Gulch airfield,
					Oahu, Hawaii Aug 31, 1945
				5528 condemned destroyed Aug 20, 1944
					5529 condemned (lost per Hawaiian weekly loss letter) Jul 24, 1944
42-5530/5564		Northrop P-61A-5-NO Black Widow 
				MSN 762/796
				5530 condemned salvage Dec 18, 1944
				5531 reclamation completed Clark AAF, PI Jun 6, 1946
				5532 (422nd NFS) w/o in crashlanding due to bad weather near
					Chievres, Belgium Dec 19, 1944.
				5533 (422nd NFS) crashed near Nantwich, England Jul 11, 1944 
					after being abandoned by crew when ran low on fuel after 
					getting lost on night navigational training mission.
				5534 (422nd NFS) w/o in crash landing due to bad weather at Le Culot, Belgium
					Dec 19, 1944.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 20, 1944
				5535 condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 22, 1944
				5536 to excess inventory list Jun 1, 1946
				5537 condemned salvage European theater Nov 19, 1947
				5538 (422nd NFS, IX Tactical Air Command, 9th AF) crashed in forest near a bridge at Neuwied, Germany Oct 12, 1944.  
					MACR 9539.  Both crew killed.
				5539 (425th NFS) w/o in takeoff accident at Etain-Rouvres,
					France Mar 18, 1945.  Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5540 (422nd NFS, IX Tactical Air Command, 9th AF) hit while parked by taxiing aircraft at Florennes airfiedl 
					A-78, Belgium Jan 22, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 11, 1946
				5541 reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5542 condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 3, 1945
				5543 (422nd NFS) w/o in olanding accident at Gotha, Germany
					May 9, 1945.  To excess inventory list Jun 1, 1946
				5544 (422nd NFS) w/o in landing accident at Kassel, Germany
					Jun 5, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 5, 1945
				5545 (425th NFS, IX Air Defense Command, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near bridge at Betz, France Aug 26, 1944.  
					MACR 8706.  Pilot killed (only pilot flying on this flight)
				5546 (425th NFS)  w/o in crash at Etain-Rouvres, France Dec 6, 1944.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 6, 1944
				5547 (422nd NFS) DBR at Florennes, Belgium Dec 2, 1944.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 4, 1944
				5548 (422nd NFS) w/o in landing accident at Strassfeld, Germany
					Apr 8, 1945.  Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5549 reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5550 reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5551 condemned salve Aug 31, 1945
				5552 condemned accident Oct 9, 1944
				5553 condemned salvage obsolete Feb 4, 1945
				5554 condemned salvage Aug 31, 1945
				5555 reclamation completed Clark AAF, PI Jun 6, 1949
				5556 sent in 1944 to Langford Lodge to be made available to 8th 
					RW for night radar scope recon over Europe.  Project cancelled
					after trails revealed that Mosquito was better for this
					role.  Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5557 (422nd NFS, IX Tactical Air Command, 9th AF) shot down by friendly AAA near Conflans-en-Harnisy Airfield
					A-94, Conflans, France while on night intruder mission Dec 26, 1944.  Both crew bailed out and survived.
					Conflict here as photographed with 422nd NFS at Florennes, Belgium (Strip A-78) Feb 1945.
				5558 (422nd NFS) crew bailed out due to fuel starvation over
					England Dec 28, 1944.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 28, 1944
				5559 modified as XP-61D.  Reclamation completed at Hawthorne
					(Northrop) Jun 5, 1946
				5560 (425th NFS, "Fearless Fosdick") w/o in landing accident at Etain-Rouvres, France Nov 22, 1944.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 24, 1944
				5561 condemned inventory Jun 11, 1945.
				5562 (421st FG, 86th Fighter Wing, 5th AF) crashed near Geelvink Bay off north coast of New Guinea after
					ran out of fuel during a thunderstorm Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 14300.  All 3 crew bailed out but the pilot was
					killed in the bail out.  Other two were rescued.
				5563 condemned salvage obsolete Feb 27, 1945
				5564 425th NFS, XIX Tactical Air Command, 9h AF) shot down SE of Luxembourg by Ju88G-6 flown by Ofw Alfred Siewert 
					of NJG 6/11 Dec 24, 1944.  No MACR.  Both crew bailed out and evaded capture.
42-5565/5604		Northrop P-61A-10-NO Black Widow
				MSN 797/836
				5565 (422nd NFS) w/o in landing accident at Liege, Belgium
					Apr 26, 1945.  Condemned salvage Apr 2, 1946
				5566 condemned Jan 31, 1945
				5567 (422nd NFS) w/o in landing accident at Florennes, Belgium
					Jan 29, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 31, 1945
				5568 (422nd NFS) w/o in crash landing at Florennes, Belgium 
					Mar 5, 1945.  Reclamation completed Oberpaffafe AAB, Germany Jan 10, 1948
				5569 (425th NFS) w/o in fatal crash near Prosnes, France Oct 27, 1944.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 27, 1944
				5570 reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5571 condemned salvage May 31, 1946
				5572 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 20, 1944 to Nov 16, 1944.
					Used by NACA for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations.
					Crashed 1.5 mi W of Riverdale, CA Jan 23, 1945.  Reclamation completed Hammer AAF, CA Feb 2, 1945
				5573 (422nd NFS, IX Tactical Air Command, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Bonn, Germany Feb 27, 1945.  One crewman
					bailed out due to fire in rear compartment and MIA.  MACR 13666.  Pilot brought the plane home.
					Aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Feb 28, 1945
				5574 (425th NFS) w/o in landing accident at Regensburg,
					Germany Jun 19, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage May 31, 1946
				5575 condemned salvage Jun 20, 1945
				5576 named Veuve Noire (French for Black Widow) exhibited in France after VE Day, Paris Aug-Sep 1945.
					Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				5577 (422nd NFS) w/o in crash landing due to fuel starvation at
					Bad Langensalza, Germany May 25, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 8, 1945
				5578 (422nd NFS) crashlanded at Chateaudun, France Sep 12, 1944.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 27, 1944
				5579 (422nd NFS) w/o in crash landing at Bad Langensalza, Germany
					Apr 30, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage May 2, 1945
				5580 condemned salvage May 24, 1946
				5581 (425th NFS) w/o in crash landing at Villacoublay, France
					May 9, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage May 10, 1945
				5582 (425th NFS, XIX Tactical Air Command, 9th AF) shot down by friendly AAA at Escholbrucken, 10 km SW of 
					Darmstadt, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  Pilot killed. One crewman bailed out and was wounded and was
					helped by German civilians.  MACR 13328
				5583 (425th NFS, XIX Tactical Air command, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 26 mi E of Metz, France over France 
					Nov 18, 1944.  MACR 10578.  All three crew killed.
				5584 (425th NFS) shot down by friendly fire near Jamy, France
					Dec 27, 1944.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 27, 1944
				5585 reclamation completed Jan 11, 1947
				5586 (425th NFS) DBR at Etain-Rouvres, France Mar 17, 1945.
					Reclamation completed Jan 11, 1947
				5587 modified as XP-61D.  Reclamation completed San Bernardino
					AAF May 24, 1946
				5588 reclamation completed Jan 11, 1947
				5589 (422nd NFS, IX Tactical Air Command, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 21 km N of Bonn, Germany Dec 2, 1944.  MACR 10824.
					Both crew killed.
				5590 (422nd NFS0 w/o in landing accident at Florennes, Belgium
					Oct 12, 1944.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 14, 1944
				5591 (422nd NFS, IX Tactical Air Command, 9th AF) crashlanded at Maupertus A-15 Cherbourg Basse-Normandie, France
					after engine and hydraulic sysem shot out by gunfire from rear gunner of He 177 from KG 40/2 while
					on night patrol over English Channel Aug 17, 1944.  Both crew survived.  Aircraft condemned salvage 
					no battle damage Aug 18, 1944
				5592 (418th NFS, V Fighter Command, 5th AF) crashed at San Ferando Airfield La Union, Luzon, Philippines due
					to engine failure Mar 16, 1945.  MACR 13583.  One crew killed, one survived and became POW.
				5593 condemned missing Apr 4, 1945
				5594 reclamation completed Oberpaffafe AB, Germany Jan 10, 1948
				5595 (418th NFS, attached to 310th BW, 5th AF) in landing accident at McGuire Field, Mindoro Island, Philippines
					Jan 9, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft condemned Jan 9, 1945
				5596 condemned accident Feb 19, 1945
				5597 condemned salvage due to accident Oct 4, 1944
				5598 condemned salvage Aug 31, 1945
				5599 reclamation completed Hawaii Apr 28, 1948
				5600 reclamation completed Clark Field, PI Jun 6, 1949
				5601 condemned inventory Jun 11, 1945
				5602 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 27, 1945
				5603 condemned salvage May 7, 1945
				5604 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 15, 1945
42-5605/5606		Northrop P-61A-11-NO Black Widow
				MSN 837, 838
				5605 reclamation completed Clark Field, PI Jun 6, 1949
				5606 reclamation completed Clark Field, PI Jun 6, 1949
42-5607			Northrop P-61A-10-NO Black Widow
				MSN 839
				Reclamation completed Tinker AFB Nov 18, 1948
42-5608/5614		Northrop P-61A-11-NO Black Widow
				MSN 840/846
				5608 condemned Aug 3, 1945
				5609 excess inventory list Aug 5, 1945
				5610 condemned salvage Aug 20, 1945
				5611 excess inventory list Aug 5, 1945
				5612 condemned Aug 3, 1945
				5613 condemned inventory Aug 3, 1945
				5614 condemned accident non combat Jan 21, 1946
42-5615/5634		Northrop P-61A-10-NO Black Widow 
				MSN 847/866
				5615 condemned salvage May 21, 1945
				5616 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				5617 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				5618 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				5619 excess inventory list Oct 20, 1945
				5620 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				5621 reclamation completed Hawaii Sep 22, 1947
				5622 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 28, 1945
				5623 (427th NFS) w/o in takeoff accident at Myitkyina South,
					Burma Nov 3, 1944.  Condemned salvage obsolete Sep 28, 1945
				5624 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				5625 condemned missing Jul 29,1945
				5626 condemned salvage Army-Navy Liquidation Commission Oct 29, 1945
				5627 (427th NFS) in takeoff accident at Myitkyina South,
					Burma Dec 4, 1944.  Must have been epaired, because it
					crashlanded due to engine failure at Lu Liang, china
					Aug 29 1945, still with 427th NFS.  Condemned crashed 
					Sep 6, 1945
				5628 condemned salvage Oct 31, 1945
				5630 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				5631 condemned salvate May 16, 1945
				5632 (427th NFS) w/o in takeoff accident at Kunming, China
					Jan 8, 1945.  Condemned mechanical failure Jan 9, 1945
				5633 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				5634 condemned salvage Army-Navy Liquidation Commission Oct 14, 1945
42-5635/5704		Douglas C-47-DL
				5635/5670 MSN 6223/6258
				5671/5692 MSN 7365/7386--Contract No AC20069
				5693/5704 MSN 9000/9011--Contract No AC20669
				5635 (MSN 6223) to USAAF Jan 09, 1943. To RAF Feb 11, 1943 as Dakota I FD769 
					(Reported FD768 by Douglas).  To civil registry as G-AGFX (BOAC Feb 12, 1943,
					operated with RAF colours and code ‘ODZBK’ - Airways Training Ltd Jan 01, 1948), 
					ZS-DAI (Universal Jul 12, 1948, ntu), G-AGFX (Westair Transport Ltd Sep 26, 1948), 
					ZS-DCZ (Rr Jun 14, 1949, christened ‘Galilee’).  To Israel Defence Force Nov 12, 1950 
					as 4X-FAG/1401, loaned to Uganda AF as U-401.  Returned to Israel,
					registered 4X-DCF with Israeli Aircraft Industries Feb 12, 1973 and Netivein Neft 
					Oil Co 1974/75.  Noted derelict Ben Gurion Apt 1976, cancelled
					Sep 29, 1977.  Refurbished by Israeli Aircraft Industries for Israel
					Defence Force as 4X-FMF/040.  Reported for sale Jan 2001.  Registered N473DK to 
					JAAT LLC of Wilmington, May 5, 2003.  Never made it to USA, and is now
					serialed 4X-AES and is at Eilat Holzman Airport.
				5636 (MSN 6224) to USAAF Jan 09, 1943.  To RAF Feb 18, 1943 as Dakota I FD770.  To civil registry 
					as G-AGFY (BOAC Feb 16, 1943, operated with RAF colours and
					code ‘ODZCK’) - Airways Training Ltd Jan 01, 1948), ZS-DAH (Westair Transport Ltd 
					Jul 12, 1948).  To Israel Defence Force Oct 07, 1950 as 4X-FAH/1402.
					Lsd to Arkia as 4X-AEZ Jan 26, 1961, then to Israeli Aircraft Industries Dec 14, 1961 as 4X-AOE.
					Returned to Israel Defence Force Jan 25, 1962 as 4X-FAH, fate not known.
				5637 (MSN 6225) to USAAF Jan 12, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota I FD771.  To BOAC as G-AGFZ, 
					operated with RAF colors and code 'ODZEK'.  Crashed on 
					landing Apr 21, 1944, Stockholm-Bromma.  Sold to ABA, 
					christened 'Ugglu' and used for spares.
				5638 (MSN 6226) to USAAF Jan 12, 1943.  To RAF Feb 11, 1943 as Dakota I FD772. 
					Operated by BOAC Feb 12, 1943 - 24 Sqdn Feb 18, 1943 - 512 Sqdn Aug 13, 1943
					- 24 Sqdn Apr 14, 1944 - 1680 Flt Jun 16, 1944 - 16FU Sep 24, 1945 - 5949M
					School of Air Support, Old Sarum Feb 26, 1946. SOC Feb 10, 1951, probably scrapped.
				5639 (MSN 6227) to USAAF Jan 13, 1943.  To RAF Feb 1943 as Dakota I FD773 (Reported as
					FD772 by Douglas).  To civil registry as G-AGGB (BOAC Feb 19, 1943, operated with 
					RAF colours and code ‘ODZAK’ - Airways Training Ltd Jun 01, 1947 - Automobile Aircraft 
					Services Jun 17, 1948), ZS-DAJ (Universal Jul 12, 1948, ntu), G-AGGB (Westair Transport Ltd
					Jul 12, 1948), ZS-DDJ (Westair Transport Ltd Sep 16, 1949). To Israel Defence Force 
					Nov 12, 1950 as 4X-FAI, El Al Feb 22, 1951 as 4X-ATA, Arkia Apr 02, 1957 as 
					4X-AEO Israeli Aircraft Industries Sep 04, 1968.  Wfu Jul 30, 1971 and used for fire 
					practice, Lod Apt.
				5640 (MSN 6228) to USAAF Jan 19, 1943 - To Russia Feb 04, 1943.
				5641 (MSN 6229) to USAAF Jan 19, 1943 - To Russia Feb 04, 1943.
				5642 (MSN 6230) to USAAF Jan 19, 1943 - To Russia Feb 08, 1943.
				5643 (MSN 6231) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943 - To Russia Feb 15, 1943.
				5644 (MSN 6232) to USAAF Jan 18, 1943 - To Russia Feb 12, 1943.  W/o Aug 28, 1943, 50 km (31.3 mls) from Egvekinot (Russia) 
					when it flew into the northern side of a mountain in the Zolotoi Khrebet mountain range. The airplane was 
					descending through clouds at dusk.
				5645 (MSN 6233) to USAAF Jan 15, 1943 - To Russia Feb 12, 1943.
				5646 (MSN 6234) to USAAF Jan 19, 1943 - To Russia Mar 21, 1943.
				5647 (MSN 6235) to USAAF Jan 18, 1943 - To Russia Feb 15, 1943.
				5648 (MSN 6236) to USAAF Jan 21, 1943 - To Russia Mar 16, 1943.
				5649 (MSN 6237) to USAAF Jan 20, 1943 - To Russia Feb 20, 1943.
				5650 (MSN 6238) to USAAF Jan 21, 1943.  To RAF in Middle East Mar 31, 1943 as Dakota I FD774. 
					Ditched (267 Sqdn) Jul 9, 1943 west of Malta.
				5651 (MSN 6239) to USAAF Jan 18, 1943.  To RAF in Middle East as Dakota I FD775.  
					267 Sqn RAF then 31 Sqn RAF 05Nov43.  Shot down by Japanese fighters Feb 8, 1944, Arakan, Burma.
				5652 (MSN 6240) to USAAF Jan 15, 1943. To RAF Middle East Jul 23, 1943 as Dakota I FD776 - 
					To 31 Sqn RAF in India 26Aug43. Sold to Indian Government Jan 30, 1947. NLR.
				5653 (MSN 6241) to USAAF Jan 22, 1943.  To RAF Mar 11, 1943 as 
					Dakota I FD777.  Spent some time as VT-CPB, then reverted 
					to FD777.  To civil registry as G-AGGA (BOAC Mar 11, 1943, 
					operated with RAF colours with code ‘ODZDK’), Later to 
					AP-AAB (Orient Airways Oct 1947), G-AGGA (Airways Training 
					Ltd Jul 07, 1948 - J D Pyper Jul 1948), F-OACA (Air 
					Outremer May 28, 1949).  Crashed Na San-Sonla, Tonkin, Indochina 
					Sep 12, 1950. 
				5654 (MSN 6242) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943. To RAF Middle East Mar 31, 1943 as Dakota I FD778 - A Flt Det. 
					METES Aug 1943 to Nov 1943 - 216 Sqdn, India. SOC Mar 27, 1947, scraped Kasfareet 1947.
				5655 (MSN 6243) to USAAF Jan 20, 1943. To RAF Middle East Mar 31, 1943 as Dakota I FD779 - 216 Sqdn, India. 
					SOC Sep 26, 1946.
				5656 (MSN 6244) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943.  To RAF Middle East Mar 31, 1943 as Dakota I FD780 - 267 Sqdn - 
					31 Sqdn, India Nov 05, 1943. To Indian Govmnt Feb 27, 1947.
				5657 (MSN 6245) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943.  To RAF India Apr 01, 1943 as Dakota I FD781- 31 Sqdn. Transferred
					to USAAF, 10th AF, India Oct 26, 1944.  Diverted to China Sep 10, 1945.
				5658 (MSN 6246) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943.  To RAF UK Feb 26, 1943 as FD782 - 24 Sqdn Feb 28, 1943 - 
					512 Sqdn Aug 23, 1943 - 216 Group, MAAF Jan 26, 1944 - West Africa Mar 15, 1944 - 
					UK Oct 27, 1944 - 107 OTU Dec 29, 1944  - 22 MU Apr 02, 1946.  Returned to USAAF, to WAA
					Oct 1946.  To civil registry as CF-FKY (Rimouski Airlines May 14, 1947).  Crashed 
					Grande Greves, near Cap des Rosiers, PQ. Jul 24, 1948. 
				5659 (MSN 6247) to USAAF Jan 22, 1943. RAF Middle East May 08, 1943 as Dakota I FD783 -
					216 Sqdn - 31 Sqdn, India Nov 05, 1943.  DBR Mar 18, 1946, SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				5660 (MSN 6248) to USAAF Jan 21, 1943.  To RAF Middle East Mar 31, 1943 as Dakota I FD784 - 
					216 Sqdn. SOC Mar 27, 1947.
				5661 (MSN 6249) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943.  To RAF Middle East Mar 31, 1943 as Dakota I FD785-
					216 Sqdn. SOC Mar 27, 1947.
				5662 (MSN 6250) to USAAF Jan 25, 1943.  To RAF India Apr 01, 1943 as Dakota I FD786 - 31
					Sqdn.  Crashed on landing at Imphal Sep 05, 1943.
				5663 (MSN 6251) to USAAF Jan 25, 1943.  To RAF India Apr 01, 1943 as Dakota I FD787 - 31
					Sqdn.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				5664 (MSN 6252) to USAAF Jan 24, 1943. To RAF India Apr 30, 1943 as Dakota I FD788 - 31
					Sqdn - Returned to USAAF Mauripur Nov 27, 1947. Reported as C-1002, which seems unlikely (See MSN 5666).
				5665 (MSN 6253) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-1 BuNo 37663 Jan 26, 1943.
				5666 (MSN 6254) to USAAF Jan 23, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-1 BuNo 37664 Jan 25, 1943.
				5667 (MSN 6255) to USAAF Jan 23, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-1 BuNo 37665 Jan 15, 1943.
				5668 (MSN 6256) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-1 BuNo 37666 Jan 25, 1943.
				5669 (MSN 6257) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943.  To US Navy as R4D-1 BuNo 37667 Jan 26, 1943
				5670 (MSN 6258) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943.  First reported as R4D-1 on contract AW20669 
					but changed to C-47 on AC 20669.  Given a civil registratyion of NC88773 but NTU.
					To US Navy as R4D-1 BuNo 37668 Jan 27, 1943.
				5671 (MSN 7365) fitted with amphibian float gear as prototype XC-47C.  Crashed Nov 13, 1943, Jamaica Bay, NY
					during overload tests, lost control, crashed into Jamaica Bay off Floyd Bennett Field,
					Long Island, NY
				5672 (MSN 7366) to USAAF Jan 25, 1943 - USA - To RFC Ontario, CA Jan 17, 1946. To civil 
					registry as NC88774 (National Skyway Freight Corp 1946), NC14278 and 
					N14273 (Various owners/operators). Crashed 3½ m SE Shawnee Airport, OK May 14, 1971. 
				5673 (MSN 7367) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943 - Oran May 11, 1943 - 9th AF - Russia Apr 11, 1946.
					To civil registry as SP-LCA (LOT May 16, 1946, cancelled
					Jul 28, 1958), EP-AED (Iranian Airways Jun 07, 1959). Lsd to Rep of Congo Jan 1962 
					as 9Q-AED.  To Zaire AF as 9T-PIF.  Reported returned to Iranair Nov 1963 (unconfirmed), NLR
				5674 (MSN 7368) to USAAF Jan 29, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb
					28, 1944 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - RFC Bush Field Sep 29, 1945. NLR. 
				5675 (MSN 7369) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943 - USA - RFC Charleston AA Jun 22, 1946. To civil registry as
					NC52925 with Sinclair Refining Co (1952), later N456R With Colebrook Inc, Bryn Mawr, PA Jun 1963. 
					Kewanee Oil Co. Bryn Mawr, PA - Errol B Resnick, Orlando, FL.  Jack Adams Aircraft (Jan 1970) - 
					J L Lewis, Memphis, TN (1971) - cancelled 1974
				5676 (MSN 7370) to USAAF Feb 03, 1943 - North Africa Apr 30, 1943 - 12th AF, Italy.
					Shot down by friendly fire Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.
				5677 (MSN 7371) to USAAF jan 28, 1943 - USA - Stalled and crashed near Columbus, 
					GA Oct 22, 1943.  20 killed.
				5678 (MSN 7372) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 28, 1944 - 
					USA Aug 22, 1945 - RFC Bush Field Sep 27, 1945. NLR.
				5679 (MSN 7373) to USAAF Jan 25, 1943 - USA - Condenned Brooke Field, TX. Dec 12,
					1945, b/u Feb 27, 1946.
				5680 (MSN 7374) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943 - North Africa May 08, 1943.  W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Regensburg, Germany 
					OR condemned 27 Aug 1944 
				5681 (MSN 7375) to USAAF Jan 24, 1943 - USA - Stored Jan 23, 1946 - To RFC Bush Field Mar 2, 1947. 
					To civil registry as NC1310M (Alaska Airlines), CP-639 (Aerolineas Condor Mar 1958 - Cia
					Boliviana de Aviacion May 27, 1963 - Aerovias Abaroa 1964). Crashed after bomb 
					explosion reported over Milluni, Bolivia Dec 08, 1964.
				5682 (MSN 7376) to USAAF Feb 06, 1943 - North Africa May 04, 1943 - 8th AF,
					UK Mar 20, 1944 - Belgium/Netherlands - Sweden Nov 22, 1946.  To civil 		
					registry as SE-AYL (Skandinaviska Aero AB ‘Castor’ Jun 21, 1947 - 
					ABA Apr 23, 1948 - SILA Jun 16, 1948 - SAS Jul 01, 1948), F-OABV
					(Air Atlas Apr 28, 1949 - CCTA Jul 1953), F-DAAZ (Rr Nov 19, 1956), CN-CCK (Royal 
					Air Maroc May 20, 1957).  To Morocco AF Sep 1959 as 42-5682, cancelled
					Jan 1962.  NLR. 
				5683 (MSN 7377) to USAAF Jan 31, 1943 - USA - To Reclamation Tinker Field Apr 1946. To civil 
					registry as N5874V, to Mexican AF as AP-0201, to Secretaria de Haciende Y Credito Publico
					as XC-ABF (Dec 07, 1954), Back to Mexican AF, to Government of Mexico as XC-BCE, 
					To Baja Air (Banco de Mexico as XA-CUC (1973). To Aerolineas California
					Pacifico SA (ACAPSA).  Crashed Dec 20, 1997 off San Jose Estuary,
					Mexico on flight to Isla de Cedro.
				5684 (MSN 7378) to USAAF Feb 05, 1943 - North Africa May 06, 1943. With 61st TCG, 14th TCS
					as damaged by crashing C-47A 42-92067 at Sciacca, Italy.  Condemned Jul 8, 1944
					Dec 29, 1943.  Condemned inventory Jan 08, 1944.
				5685 (MSN 7379) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943 - North Africa May 08, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy. Condemned salvage no combat Aug 13, 1943.
				5686 (MSN 7380) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy.  Missing between Africa and Italy Jul 11, 1943.
				5687 (MSN 7381) to USAAF Jan 30, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943 - 12th AF,
					Italy.  Missing between Africa and Italy Jul 11, 1943.
				5688 (MSN 7382) to USAAF Jan 29, 1943 - USA - To RFC Bush Field Nov 28, 1945.  To civil registry
					as N81B (Various owners/operators, including Ohio Aviation Co, Vandalia, OH. 1966 - ... - 
					Cryderman Air Service Nov 29, 1973, lsd to Century Airlines,Pontiac, IL. 1979), 
					N81P (Piedmont Air 1997), N81B (Leased to Cryderman Air Services, Pontiac, MI.
					Apr 22, 1999), current.
				5689 (MSN 7383) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943.  With 61st TCS, 314th TCG, shot down by friendly AAA
					fire 2 mi S of Gela, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.  4 KIA.  MACR 367
				5690 (MSN 7384) to USAAF Jan 25, 1943 - North Africa May 28, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 28, 1944 - USA
					Jul 20, 1945 - To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945. To civilian registry as N51167 wit TWA "Sky Freighter"
					Feb 16, 1946.  To Leeward Aeron Sales, Inc Apr 6 1957.  Sold to Faucett 
					of Peru as OB-WAI-473 (Apr 30, 1957), later OB-PBF-473 (Rr May 24, 1957) and later OB-R-473 
					(Rr 1964)  WFU at unknown date
				5691 (MSN 7385) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943.  To North Africa May 4, 1943 - 12th AF.
					(61st TCG, 14th TCS) shot down by friendly fire Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.  5 KIA.  MACR 67
				5692 (MSN 7386) to USAAF Jan 26, 1943 - North Africa May 05, 1943 - USA Jul 09, 1945 - 
					To RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 22, 1946.  To civil registry as NC51165 (TWA ‘324’ Feb 16, 1946), 
					NX51165 (Rr May 1946 for radar experiments), N51165 (Leeward Aero Sales Apr 08, 1957), 
					PP-CED (Cruzeiro ‘Mero’ Jul 16, 1957 - RICO Oct 11, 1976 - Impounded Miami Aug 1, 1980, 
					stored Opa Locka, FL. Apr 1980 to May 1982, then Port au Prince as PP-CED
					Nov 1983). Sold to Rutaca as YV-222C, last noted Ciudad Bolivar Feb 2001 with one 
					engine missing. 
				5693 (MSN 9000) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa May 20, 1943 - 8th AF, UK Feb 20, 1944 - 
					USA Jul 1945 - RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 07, 1946. To civil registry as NC75483 (Pan American Airways), 
					XA-GIB (Mexicana - Aeronaves del Sur, ntu). 
				5694 (MSN 9001) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943 - Oran, Algeria, North Africa May 06, 1943 - 9th AF,
					UK - Sweden Feb 2, 1946.  ferried Hanau, Germany to Bromma, Stockholm 5Feb46.  To civil registry 
					as SE-APZ (Skandinaviska Aero AB ‘Pollux’ 
					Aug 10, 1946 - Swedish Intercontinental Airlines (SILA), Stockholm  Jun 01, 1948 - SAS Aug 01, 1948.  
					Registration cancelled 7May49; Sold to Royal Swedish AF as Tp79 ser. no. 79001 
					Jun 07, 1949, delivered Dec 22, 1950 and operated by F-8, code ‘72’.  Shot down
					over Baltic by Russian fighters Jun 13, 1952. The ELINT-plane was surveying Soviet military 
					installations in what are now the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.  8 were killed.
					A search for the lost DC-3 began immediately both by sea and by air with two Consolidated Catalina planes. 
					On 16 June 1954, one of the Catalinas was attacked by two Soviet MiG-15s based at Tukums in Latvia 
					over international water north-west of Dagö, Estonia. It was pursued to the west under continued 
					firing and was finally forced to land. The crew was picked up by a West German ship; 10 minutes 
					the Catalina sank. The Soviet Union denied involvement in the shoot down of the DC-3 until 1991. 
					The wreckage was found on June 18, 2003. Wreckage on display at the Flygvapenmuseum / Swedish Air 
					Force Museum, Malmslätt, Linköping, Sweden.
				5695 (MSN 9002) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - USA - W/o 27 Mar 1943 at Oliver Springs, TN.
					Cancelled Pope Field, NC Mar 28, 1943.
				5696 (MSN 9003) to USAAF Jan 27, 1943 - USA - RFC Ontario, CA Nov 14, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC88753, then to Jamair Co Ltd May 14, 1948 as VT-CTR.  Operated with Kalinga Airways 
					colors.  Stored Calcutta by Jamair (Mar 1977), NLR. 
				5697 (MSN 9004) to USAAF Feb 04, 1943 - USA - RFC Bush Field Sep 18, 1945. To civil registry as 
					PP-BRA (Linhas Aereas Brasileiras Nov 09, 1946), PP-AND (Various owners/operators), 
					G-AVNF (Handley Page Ltd May 19, 1967), JY-ADE (Alia-Jordanian Jul 08, 1967, not del.). Del to
					UTA, Paris-Le Bourget Apt for spares Aug 29, 1969, b/u 1969.
				5698 (MSN 9005) to USAAF Jan 29, 1943 - USA - RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 08, 1945.  To civil registry
					as NC181 (CAA), N71 (FAA).  No report after Jul 1965.
				5699 (MSN 9006) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa May 06, 1943 - 9th AF, UK. 
					Condemned Jun 07, 1944.
				5700 (MSN 9007) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa Apr 29, 1943 - 8th AF, UK.  W/o 15 May 1945 at Angers, France  
					Condemned salvage battle damage May 17, 1945 (Spares).
				5701 (MSN 9008) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa May 03, 1943 - 9th AF, UK. 
					Condemned salvage May 16, 1946 (Spares).
				5702 (MSN 9009) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa May 14, 1943 - 9th AF,
					UK Mar 03, 1944 - USA Aug 08, 1945 - RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 22, 1945.  NLR.
				5703 (MSN 9010) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa Apr 30, 1943 - 9th AF,
					UK - To Sweden Feb 20, 1946.  To civil registry as SE-ARX (Skandinaviska Aero 
					AB ‘Regulus’ May 20, 1946 - ABA Apr 29, 1948 - SILA Jun 16, 1948 - SAS
					‘Bertil Viking’ Aug 01, 1948.  Sold to Royal Swedish AF Oct 20, 1950 as 79003, 
					operated by F-7, code ‘73’, later 793 (1980).  Wfu Malmslatt Mar 13, 1981. 
					Sold Transport Aérien Zaire to be operated on behalf of the Belgian medical 
					assistance during the Paris-Alger-Dakar raid.  Registered 9Q-CYD Transport Aerien Zaire
					Jan 02, 1984, crashed in Guinee days later.
				5704 (MSN 9011) to USAAF Jan 28, 1943 - North Africa May 03, 1943 - 9th AF, UK. 
					W/o 5 Mar 1944 at Elmdon, UK, Condemned Mar 06, 1944.		
42-5705/5709		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-1-VE Fortress
				MSN 6001/6005.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production.
				5705 was first Lockheed-Vega built B-17F, first flight Mar 4, 1942. Force landed Apr 21, 1943.
					 Surveyed Patterson AAF Apr 29, 1943
				5706 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5707 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5708 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Sep 19, 1945. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5709 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 10, 1945
42-5710/5724		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-5-VE Fortress
				MSN 6006/6020.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				5710 to RFC Walnut Ridge dec 14, 1945
				5711 reclamatin completed Amarillo AAF Jun 19, 1945
				5712 (91st BG, 324th BS, "My Prayer") damaged by fighters Aug 17, 1943,
					2 crew KIA, 5 bailed out and became POW.  Regained and 
					crashlanded at Manston, UK.  3 remaining crew OK. MACR 283.
				5713 condemned inventory Oct 31, 1944 
				5714 (91st BG, 332nd BS, *Old Faithful*) captured by Luftwaffe after bellylanding
					near Nancy, France Oct 14, 1943.  MACR 899.  1 KIA, 8 POW, 1 evaded.
					Lettered DR + PE.  Went to KG.200 
				5715 condemned Aug 27, 1944
				5716 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5717 (306th BG, 423rd BS) shot down by fighter over
					Ploermal Feb 16, 1943.  MACR 15472.  6 KIA, 2 POW, 2 evaded.
				5718 reclamation completed Panama, CZ Jul 27, 1948
				5719 in training accident Hobbs Field, NM Mar 11, 1943.  8 bailed out OK.
				5720 (384th BG, 544th BS) ran out of fuel and crashed at Airion,
					France Sep 6, 1943 on mission to Stuttgart, Germany.  MACR 776.
					5 POW, 5 evaded.
				5721 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Sep 24, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5722 Delivered Long Beach Sep 27, 1942; Geiger Oct 3, 1942; Ephrata Dec 3, 1942; Ft Sumner Apr 21, 1943; Hobbs May 6, 1943.
					W/o 6 Nov 1943 at Orange County AAF, CA.  Surveyed Hobbs AAF Jan 6, 1944
				5723 condemned salvage battle damage Mar 19, 1943
				5724 (91st BG, 322nd BS, "Thunderbird") shot down by two FW-190A-5 of JG 2/8. over Bay of Biscay 60 km SW of 
					Ile de Sein, France Jun 28, 1943. 9 crew bailed out, but 8 KIA, 2 POW.  MACR 15710. 
42-5725/5744		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-10-VE Fortress
				MSN 6021/6040
				5725 (381st BG, 532nd BS, "This Is It/Flapper") returned to USA
					Jul 13, 1944.  To RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5726 to RFC Ontario,CA Jun 7, 1945
				5727  (301st BG, 419th BS, "Elaine") crashlanded at Constantine, Algeria Jun 18, 1943.  Condemned crash landing 
					Jun 20, 1943
				5728 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 11, 1945
				5729 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5730 surveyed Walla Walla AAF Nov 23, 1943
				5731 condemned Aug 27, 1944
				5732/5744 converted to YB-40
					5732 (92nd BG, 327th BS) got lost on delivery flight from Iceland to UK
						May 1943, forcelanded in peat bog on offshore Scottish island
						after running out of fuel. Removed to Stornoway and repaired.
						Returned to USA Mar 28, 1944. To RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5733 (*Peoria Prowler*) to 91st BG Jul 1943.  Returned to USA Nov 2, 1943.
						To RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5734 (*Seymour Angel*) to 91st BG Jul 1943.  Returned to USA Jan 25, 1944.
						to RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5735 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Wango Wango") damaged by AAA and shot
						down by Uffz. Bernhard Kunze in FW-190A-4 of JG 1/1. at Pont, Germany
						Jun 22, 1943. 10 POW.  
					5736 (*Tampa Tornado*) to 303rd BG Jul 1943, to 379th BG Sep 1943.  Had been
						retired from use at Kimbolton by Oct 2, 1943 when it was
						shown to attendees at a party for local children.
						Returned to USA Mar 28, 1944.  To RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5737 (*Dakota Demon*) to 303rd BG Jul 1943 as "Dakota Demon".  Returned to USA Nov 2, 1943.
						Condemned salvage Jan 6, 1946
					5738 (*Boston Tea Party*) returned to USA Nov 2, 1943.  To RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5739 (*Lufkin Ruffian*) to 303rd BG Jul 1943, to 384th BG Sep 1943.
						Returned to USA Nov 2,1943.  To RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5740 (*Monticello*) returned to USA Nov 2, 1943.  To RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5741 (*Chicago*) to 91st BG Jul 1943.  Returned to USA Nov 2, 1943.  To RFC 
						Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5742 (*Plain Dealing Expresss*) returned to USA Mar 28, 1944.
						To RFC Ontario, CA May 18, 1945
					5743 Delivered Tulsa Nov 15, 1942; Biggs Mar 14, 1943; Orlando Ap4 28, 1943; Presque Is May 3, 1943; Assigned to
						327BS/92BG Alconbury May 11, 1943; tran Iceland Jun 23, 1943; ret 25/7/43; 1 BAD Burtonwood 5/10/43;
						(*Woolaroc*) returned to USA Oct 2, 1943; 3036 BU Yuma Oct 11, 1943.  Reclamation completed
						Yuma AAF Jan 18, 1944
					5744 (*Dollie Madison*) returned to USA Nov 2, 1943.  Condemned Nov 2, 1943
42-5745/5764		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-15-VE Fortress
				MSN 6041/6060.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				5745 to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England Jun 23, 1943
					for trials of Oboe and communications equipment, duration
					of stay not known.  Returned to USA May 26, 1944.  To RFC 
					Albuquerque Jun 19, 1945
				5746 (99th BG, 347th BS) shot down by fighter and crashed Lancon de Provence, France Jan 27, 1944.  
					MACR 2039.  1 KIA, 7 POW, 2 evaded.
				5747 (384h BG, 547th BS, "Hangar Queen") to RFC Altus Aug 18, 1945
				5748 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				5749 to RFC Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Sep 24, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5750 crashed near Fedora, South Dakoda Jun 13, 1943 after collision with 42-5790.
					To CL-26 at Sioux City, Iowa Jun 15, 1943
				5751 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 9, 1942; Blythe Dec 30, 1942; force landed Gowen Mar 15, 1943 ; surveyed Gowen AF, Idaho Apr 27, 1943
				5752 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 11, 1942; Pocatello Dec 29, 1942; Pyote Jan 18, 1943; Biggs Feb 28, 1943; Dalhart
					Mar 17, 1943; Tinker Jul 30, 1943; Oklahoma City Oct 22, 1943; 19BG Pyote Nov 9, 1943;W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Pyote AAF, TX 
					Surveyed Pyote AB Feb 7, 1944.  
				5753 converted to F-9 photo-recon aircraft with cameras added and bombing equipment deleted.
				5754 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5755 to RFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				5756 returned to USA Jun 6, 1944.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946.
				5757 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 5, 1945
				5758 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5759 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 26, 1946
				5760 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				5761 Delivered Cheyenne Dec 27, 1942; Boise Jan 19, 1943; Orlando Mar 24, 1943; Lowry  Apr 24, 1943; Wright Fd
					Jun 14, 1943; Watertown Jun 25, 1943; force landed Valentine, NE Jul 18, 1943; Hill Fd Aug 6, 1943; force landed
					Sioux City Fd Mar 4, 1944; force landedl base Mar 28, 1944; 4136 BU Tinker Jun 19, 1944; 244 BU Harvard Jun 21, 1944;
					505BG Harvard Jul 20, 1944; 235 BU Biggs Aug 16, 1944.  W/o 23 Sep 1944 at Santa Rosa, NM, surveyed Biggs AAF Sep 24, 1944
				5762 condemned crash landing Jun 25, 1943
				5763 (91st BG, 401st BS, *Bomb-Boogie*) shot down by Maj Egon Mayer
					in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/Stab at Mons-en-Pevele, France, Sept 6, 1943.  MACR 514. 6 POW, 4 evaded.
				5764 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
42-5765/5804		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-20-VE Fortress
				MSN 6061/6100.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				5765 condemned salvage Oct 21, 1944
				5766 (306th BG, 367th BS) shot down by Hptm Erwin Clausen in Fw 190A-6 of JG 11/1 Stab at
					Kiesby, Germany Jul 29, 1943.  MACR 120.  2 KIA, 8 POW
				5767 to RFC Altus Oct 29, 1945
				5768 condemned crash Jun 27, 1943
				5769 condemned ditched Nov 8, 1943
				5770 Delivered Long Beach Jan 2, 1943; Brookley Jan 27, 1943; Morrison Feb 7, 1943; ditched in Atlantic Ocean 250 mi 
					off coast of Boffa, Africa Feb 14, 1943 due to fuel exhaustion while on ferry mission to North Africa.  
					Crew survived.
				5771 listed as serving with the 383rd BG, 452nd BS, Pendleton AAF, Oregon
					and never leaving the USA.   Also listed as going to University of
					North Dakota May 20, 1946 
				5772 condemned salvage Jun 14, 1945
				5773 (2nd BG, 96th BS) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2206
				5774 to RFC Albuquerque Jul 27, 1945
				5775 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				5776 (2nd BG, 96th BS, "Eager Beaver") shot down by AAA at
					Eleusis, Greece Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1518. 5 KIA, 4 POW, 1 evaded.
				5777 (483rd BG, 840th BS, "The Gin Mill") lost Apr 23, 1944.  MACR 4664.
				5778 condemned burned May 11, 1943
				5779 (2nd BG, 96th BS) lost Mar 2, 1944.  MACR 3216.
				5780 condemned MIA May 1, 1943
				5781 condemned salvage Jun 3, 1944
				5782 condemned salvage Jul 21, 1945
				5783 to RFC Altus Jul 28, 1945
				5784 (306th BG, 369th BS) lost May 1, 1943.  MACR 15635
				5785 Delivered Long Beach Jan 25, 1943; Smyrna Feb 1, 1943; Memphis Mar 7, 1943; landing accident 
					at Hobbs Mar 19, 1943; 3711 BU Seattle Jun 25, 1944; 3017 BU Hobbs Apr 10, 1945; damaged in ground 
					collision with 42-29977 at Hobbs AAF, NM May 29, 1945.  To RFC Altus Oct 4, 1945
				5786 (483rd BG, 840th BS) lost Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 3909
				5787 (323rd BS, 91st BG, "Billy K") shot down by Obfw Willi Roth
					in Fw 190A-5 of JG 26/4 at Forsbach, Germany Aug 12, 1943.
					Crew of 10 POW.  MACR 262
				5788 to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					Jun 24, 1943 for trials of HF/VHF communications
					equipment; returned to USAAF Jul 2, 1943.  
					(303rd BG, 360th BS, "Pluto's Avenger" aka "A.O.G. Not In 
					Stock") lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2647.
				5789 (91st BG, 322nd BS, "Golden Bear") shot down by Fw Martin Macha in Fw 190A of JG 1/2 near Havixbeck, 
					Germany Jun 22, 1943.  10 POW.
				5790 Delivered Long Beach Jan 29, 1943; Gowen Feb 13, 1943; Orlando Mar 10, 1943; Gowen Mar 16, 1943; Orlando Apr 4, 1943;
					Wendover Apr 16, 1943; McClellan May 22, 1943; Sioux City Jun 11, 1943; in midair collision with 42-5750 and 
					crashed 2 mi SW of Fedora, SD 13 Jun 1943; to CL-26 Sioux City AAF Jun 15, 1943. 
				5791 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Ruthless") transferredto AFSC Jun 1943.
					Crashed into hill 2 mi SW of Newmarket, UK Dec 29, 1943.
					6 crew and 12 passengers killed.  Condemned deletion Mar 20, 1944
				5792 (303rd BG, 358th BS, *The Mugger*) shot down by Maj Egon Mayer in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2 Stab Jul 4, 1943 during
					mission to Le Mans (Sarthe).  Fell in the village of Noyen
					sur Sarthe (Sarthe). 3 KIA, 4 POW, 3 evaded.
				5793 (100th BG, "Stinky" then to 482nd BG, 513th BGS.  Was 8th AF's first 
					H2S radar pathfinder.  Crashed on takeoff and burned near Thorpe Abbots 
					Nov 10, 1943.  All 13 crew killed, plus two civilians
				5794 to RFC Altus Oct 29, 1945
				5795 (91st BG, 401st BS, "Skoal") ditched in North Sea Nov 26, 1943.  
					10 rescued.
				5796 reclamation completed Admore AF, OK Jan 3, 1946
				5797 (95th BG, 335th BS, then to 384th BG, 546th BS) shot down AAA Aug 16, 1943 
					and crashed at Rambouillet, France on mission to LeBourget, France.  MACR 295.  1 KIA, 6 POW,
					3 evaded.
				5798 delivered Long Beach, California Feb 3, 1943.  To Rapid City Feb 17, 1943, to Brookley Mar 12, 1943.
					to Morrison Apr 19, 1943.  Assigned to 92nd BG, 325th BS at Alconbury. Shot down by Oblt 
					Gerhard Sommer in Bf 109G-6/R1 of JG 11/4 and came down at the Slagsteeg at Wageningen, Netherlands
 					Jul 28, 1943.  MACR 657.  10 POW.  
					Also listed as crashing at Pyote AAF, Texas May 30, 1943.  Went to CL-26 at Pyote AAF, TX May 31, 1943.
				5799 Delivered Long Beach Feb 5, 1943; 29BG Gowen Feb 22, 1943; Orlando Apr 4, 1943; Sioux City Jun 11, 1943; Kearney
					Aug 15, 1943; 4136 BU Tinker Jun 23, 1943; 234 BU Clovis Jul 4, 1943; 3704 BU Keesler Jan 15, 1944; 237 BU Kirtland
					Sep 27, 1944; damaged in ground collision at Kirtland AAF, NM Jun 3, 1945.
					To RFC Albuquerque Jul 5, 1945.
				5800 Delivered Long Beach Feb 6, 1943; 88BG Walla Walla Feb 17, 1943; Spokane Aug 1, 1943; crashed 11
					miles E of Parish, FL May 18, 1944 near 325 BU Avon Park; to CL-16 at Avon Park AF, FL May 20, 1944
				5801 (94th BG, 410th BS, "Flak Happy", then to 92nd BG, 327th BS) 
					shot down by Lt Helmut Hoppe in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/4 at
					Philippine, Netherlands Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 656.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				5802 to RFC Kingman Oct 28, 1945
				5803 condemned salvage battle damage Jul 18, 1943
				5804 condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 23, 1944
42-5805/5854		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-25-VE Fortress 
				MSN 6101/6150.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				5805 condemned salvage battle damage Jun 16, 1943
				5806 (384th BG, 545th BS) hit by AAA and then shot down by Uffz Otto Haas in BF 190G-4 of JG 27/1 at Volmershoven
					Germany and exploded in midair Aug 12, 1943 on mission to 
					Gelsenkirchen, Germany.  MACR 288.  4 KIA, 6 POW.
				5807 Delivered Long Beach Feb 16, 1943; Walker Feb 27, 1943; Presque Is Ap4 8, 1943; Assigned to 337BS/96BG at Thurleigh
					Apr 17, 1943  named RIKKI TIKKI TAVI; transferred to 511BS/351BG at Polebrook Jul 11, 1943; . (351st BG, 511th BS, "Minor Ball") 
					shot down by AAA on mission to 
					Frankfurt and crashed mouth of river Scheldt, 2 mi From Flushing, Holland Oct 4, 1943.  MACR 910.  10 KIA
				5808 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 27, 1945
				5809 condemned salvage battle damage Jun 15, 1943
				5810 (379th BG, 527th BS) shot down by Hptm Hermann Staiger in Bf 109G-6 of JG 26/12 over North Sea
					55 km W of Sankt Peter-Ording, Germany Jul 29, 1943.  MACR 1363.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				5811 (2nd BG, 20th BS) lost Jan 10, 1944.  MACR 1824
				5812 (351st BG, 511th BS, "Cannon Ball") shot down by Karl-Emil
					Demuth in Fw 190A of JG 1/3 at Bad Godesberg, Bonn,
					Germany Aug 17, 1943 during Schweinfurt mission.  MACR 302.
					1 KIA, 9 POW
				5813 Delivered Long Beach Feb 25, 1943; Cheyenne Mar 1, 1943; Sioux City Mar 18, 1943; Kearney Apr 8, 1943; 
					Dow Fd Apr 16, 1943;  Assigned to 306BG Apr 22, 1943 JACKIE ELLEN; transferred to 525BS/379BG Kimbolton 
					May 2, 1943; battle damaged on mission to Kassel Jul 30, 1943 and crash landed Alconbury.  Condemned 
					salvage battle damage Jul 30, 1943
				5814 (351st BG) ditched in North Sea Jun 13, 1943
				5815 (351st BG) shot down by fighters on raid to Bremen Jun 13, 1943
				5816 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945
				5817 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5818 to DPC Bush Field Nov 27, 1945
				5819  to RFC Walnut Ridge Jul 3, 1945
				5820 (379th BG, 526th BS) shot down by Lt Erwin Stalberg in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/8 at Ahrweiler, Germany Aug 12, 1943.  
					MACR 1359 and 2340.  3 KIA, 7 POW
				5821 (379th BG, 527th BS, "Cindy") hit by AAA at Gelsenkirchen, Germany and then shot down by fighter
					at Leimersdorf, Germany Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 1360.  6 KIA, 4 POW
				5822 (379th BG, 525th BS) crashlanded at Foulsham, UK Jul 28, 1943.  4 injured.
				5823 Delivered Long Beach Feb 28, 1943; Pueblo Mar 12, 1943; Presque Apr 8, 1943; Assigned to 508BS/351BG at Polebrook
					Apr 17, 1943; 2 BAD Lt Staughton Apr 5, 1944;  Returned to USA Jun 1944.  To RFC Ontario, CA May 7, 1945
				5824 (351st BG) returned to USA Jun 1, 1944.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5825 condemned salvage Jun 23, 1945
				5826 Delivered Long Beach Mar 2, 1943; Walla Walla Mar 29, 1943; Lowry Apr 10, 1943; Presque Is Apr 24, 1943; Assigned to
					369BS/306BG at Thurleigh May 7, 1943; (306th BG, 369th BS, "Jerevad/Um petit-pew") shot down by Hptm Anton 
					Hackl in Bf 109G-6 of JG 11/Stab between Arup and Tolk, Germany during attack on Kiel, Germany 
					Jul 29, 1943 and crashed at Alvaneu near Schleswig, Germany.  MACR 122.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				5827 (379th BG, 526th BS, "Lakanuki") force landed at Slattarp, Trellborg, Sweden Jan 4, 1944 and
					interned.  MACR 1942
				5828 (379th BG, 524th BS) lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2868
				5829 (94th BG, 322nd BS, "The Better Half" then to 379th BG, 525th BS, then to 527th BS, "Flying
					Jenny") shot down by UFFZ Gerd Wiegand in Fw 190A-4 of JG26/8 at Herbesthal, Belgium Jul 30, 1943.  
					MACR 1361.  4 KIA, 6 POW
				5830 to RFC Ontario, CA May 7, 1945
				5831 condemned May 31, 1943
				5832 (99th BG, 348th BS, "War Bird II") shot down by three
					Bf 109G-6s of JG 3/8 1 km SW of Planca di Sopra, Italy Dec 19, 1943.  
					MACR 1527.  3 KIA, 7 POW.
				5833 Delivered Long Beach Mar 11, 1943; Tulsa Jun 15, 1943; Love Fd Jul 12, 1943; Patterson Jul 19, 1943; Assigned to 92BG
					Alconbury Oct 1943 as YB-40 crew trainer [TB-40] with revised Bendix chin turret; Returned toUS Yuma Jun 25, 1944; 3036
					BU Yuma May 4, 1945; To RFC Ontario CA May 24, 1945
				5834 converted to YB-40, later to TB-40.  TO RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5835 condemned salvage Nov 9, 1944
				5836 (2nd BG, 49th BS) lost Jan 24, 1944.  MACR 1993
				5837 (2nd BG, 20th BS, "C' Bat") shot down by Uffz Vulf Focke in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/1 near Avellino, Italy 
					Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 459.  1 KIA, 1 died of injuries, 8 POW.
				5838 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Mad Money II*) lost Jan 4, 1944 on mission to Kiel.  MACR 1483.
					Crew of 10 POW.  Aircraft was hit by flak over target, and tried to escape to Sweden. Left formation 5 
					minutes past Kiel, dropped blazing bomb-bay tank, then dropped wheels on the turn from the target and 
					left formation with 2 E/A attacking with unobserved results.  Two engines were lost over Fyn, and spotted 
					by a Ju 88 night fighter (on a day mission),  After 3 attacks, pilot made perfect belly landing on 
					Asnaes Peninsula, Denmark, southwest of Kalundborg; crew set plane on fire.  Crew made POW 
				5839 (379th BG, 325th BS) shot down by Bf 109 of JG 1/III at Munderloh, Germany Germany Jun 25, 1944.  
					9 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 1367
				5840 condemned May 13, 1943
				5841 (306th BG, 423rd BS, "Est Nulla Via in Via Virtuli") diverted to
					Magadino-Ticino, Switzerland Sept 6, 1943 after mission to Stuttgart,
					Germany and interned.  MACR 519.
				5842 (463rd BG, 773rd BS) 
				5843 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Black Ghost*) ran out of fuel and crashed
					near Beauvais, France  Sep 6, 1943 on mission to Stuttgart, Germany.  
					MACR 1455 and 774.  6 POW, 4 evaded
				5844 (97th BG, 341st BS) No 3 engine ran away, so pilot ordered the rest of the crew to
					bail out, which 8 crew did over sea, then the prop on that engine flew off.  This
					allowed the plane to crashland near Calvi, Corsica Nov 8, 1943.  MACR 2098.
					8 crew MIA, both pilots OK.  Plane was repaired a few days later, but was strafed and
					destroyed by Bf 109Gs.
				5845 (381st BG, 534th BS, 'Whaletail II') damaged by AAA and crashed
					into North Sea 50 mi off UK Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1724.  10 KIA.
				5846 (381st BG, 535th BS, 'Tinkertoy') lost in head-on collision
					with enemy Bf 109G fighter during mission to Bremen, Germany Dec 20, 1943 and crashed near
					Delmenhorst, Germany.  MACR 1723.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				5847 (381st BG, 532nd BS, 'Margie Mae') shot down by AAA at Maastricht,
					Holland Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 660.  10 POW
				5848 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Patches*) salvaged Jul 30, 1943 after mission to Kassel.  Had to
					break formation during mission to Kassel due to oxygen system
					problems, thereafter badly damaged by enemy fighters.  Managed
					to return to Boxted but so badly damaged that it was condemned
					for salvage.
				5849 Delivered Long Beach Mar 20, 1943; Sioux City Apr 13, 1943; Kearney May 3, 1943; Dow Fd Mar 20, 943; Assigned to
					547BS/384BG at Grafton Underwood May 24, 1943, named *Hell's Belles II*. Shot down by Fw Ernst Hennig
					in Fw 190A of JG 2/1 at Champeaux, 4 km NW of Vitre, France Sep 16, 1943 
					on mission to Nantes, France.  MACR 722.  3 KIA, 5 POW, 2 evaded.
				5850 (384th BG, 547th BS) hit by fighters and crashed at Beilen, Netherlands Jun 25, 1943 on mission to 
					Hamburg, Germany.  1 KIA, 9 POW.  MACR 16357
				5851 Delivered Long Beach Mar 20, 1943; Sioux City Apr 13, 1943; Kearney May 3, 1943; Assigned to 547BS/384BG Apr 1943; 
					in landing accident at Kearney Fd, Neb, May 19, 1943 on cross country flight on landing left brake 
					was u/s and swerved into piles of earth,  Crash landed Dow Fd, ME,
					(384th BG, 547th BS) crashed Jun 9, 1943.
				5852 (384th BG, 547th BS, *The Natural*) abandoned over England
					Oct 14, 1943 after return from Schweinfurt, Germany.  1 injured,
					9 OK.  Plane bellylanded in a field, crossed a road and crashed
					into 2 cottages S of Chetwode, UK.  No injuries.
				5853 (384th BG, 547th BS, "Salvage Queen") damaged by Fw 190A of JG 26/II on mission to Antwerp, Belgium
					and ditched into North Sea Jun 22, 1943.  7 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 14668.
				5854 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Alley Oop") to RFC Kingman Dec 14, 1945
42-5855/5904		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-30-VE Fortress 
				MSN 6151/6200.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production
				5855 (306th BG, 423rd BS) shot down by Fw Helmut Zittier in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 26/7
					at Goldenstedt, Germany Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 869.  5 KIA, 5 POW.
				5856 (99th BG, 347th BS, "Rangy Lil") shot down by Uffz Robert
					Meyer-Arend in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/8 and crashed near Alvenau,
					Switzerland Oct 1, 1943.  MACR 795.  5 KIA, 5 interned.   
				5857 (91st BG, 324th BS) shot down by fighters May 21, 1943 in attack
					on Wilhelmshaven.  MACR 16136.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				5858 (95th BG, 336th BS) lost May 29, 1944.  MACR 4894
				5859 condemned salvage not battle damage related Feb 22, 1944
				5860 (100th BG, *Escape Kit*) shot down by fighters at Schweinberg, Germany
					 on mission to Regensburg Aug 17, 1943.  MACR 675.  4 KIA, 6 POW
				5861 delivered Long Beach Mar 30, 1943, to Kearney Apr 15, 1943, to Wendover May 2, 1943, to Kearney May 22, 1943,
					to Dow Field Jun 6, 1943.  Assigned to 349th BS, 100th BG at Kimbolton Jun 8, 1943.  Named "Stud Duck" aka
					"Laden Maiden".  Shot down by 3 Fw 190s on mission to Ludwigshafen Dec 30, 1943 and crashed Liry,
					28 mi E of Rheims, France.  MACR 2020.  8 KIA, 2 evaded.  Shot down
					by Lt Karl Willius in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/2 and crashed at
					Liry, France Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 2020.  8 KIA, 2 evaded.
				5862 (100th BG, 350th BS, *Duration Plus Six*) hit by AAA and crashed into North Sea 120 km SW of
					Esbjerg, Denmark on mission to Warnemunde/Kiel Jul 25, 1943.  MACR 117.   6 KIA, 4 POW.
				5863 condemned salvage not battle damage related Jun 2, 1945
				5864 delivered Long Beach Mar 31, 1943, to Kearney Apr 15, 1943, to Wendover May 2, 1943, to Dow Field
					May 30, 1943.  To 351nd BS, 100th BG at Thorpe Abbots, named *Piccadilly Lilly*.   Shot down by AAA Oct 8, 1943, 
					Leuchtenberg, 17 km NW of Bremen, Germany.  MACR 948.  6 KIA, 5 POW.
				5865 (100th BG, 351st BS, *Janie*) lost on mission to Paris Sep 3, 1943.  MACR 686
				5866 Delivered Long Beach Mar 31, 1943; Denver Apr 3, 1943; Lockbourn Apr 18, 1943; 
					wrecked Sep 2, 1943, Lockgourne AAB, OH
				5867 (100th BG, 350th BS, *Alice from Dallas*) shot down by fighter
					on mission to Regensburg Aug 17, 1943.  MACR 678.
					Crashed at Langerloo, Belgium. 5 evaded, 2 KIA, 3 POW.
				5868 to RFC at Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				5869 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				5870 to RFC Albuquerque AAF, NM Aug 3, 1945
				5871 converted to YB-40.  To RFC Ontario AAF May 18, 1945
				5872 converted to TB-40.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5873 (2nd BG, 96th BS, "Little Tannie") damaged by AAA and then
					shot down by Lt Gunther Triep in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/6 and
					crashed into sea 104km SW of Naples, Italy Aug 4, 1943.  
					MACR 346.  7 crew bailed out and rescued 2 days later.  Also reported
					as having been finished by two Re2001 fighters of the 150 Squadriglia of the Regia Aeronautica.
				5874 (99th BG) lost Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 3523.
				5875 (97th BG, 342nd BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/III 3 km N o of Apeccio, Italy
					Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1304.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				5876 condemned salvage Oct 6, 1944
				5877 (96th BG, 337th BS) damaged by AAA and abandoned at
					Schelluinen, Netherland Jun 22, 1943.  10 POW. 
				5878 (381st BG, 533rd BS, "Yankee Eagle") shot down by fighter Minden, Germany Nov 1, 
					1944.  MACR 1874
				5879 (385th BG, 548th BS, 'Daisy June II') lost May 7, 1944.  MACR 4562
				5880 (94th BG, 333rd BS) shot down by Uffz Johannes Rathenow in Fw 190A-4 of JG 1/1 Jun 22, 1943 
					between Hemmen and Dodewaard, Netherlands on the way back from a raid on Huls, Germany.
				5881 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater OK Oct 4, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5882 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Spook III") shot down by fighter over North Sea near Helgoland,
					Germany Jul 28, 1943.  MACR 216.  10 KIA.
				5883 (384th BG, 544th BS, *Weary Willie/No Name Jive*) ditched in North Sea 
					86 kM W of Romo Island, Denmark Jul 25, 1943 after mission to Hamburg, Germany.  Three engines
					were hit and the plane had to leave the formation while
					still under attack from Fw 190s.  All 10 crew were picked up by
					a Danish fishing boat, which took them 50 miles off the coast
					of England and they were transferred to a British launch.  
				5884 to RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5885 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3809
				5886 (385th BG, 548th BS, 'The Jolly Roger') shot down by Lt Georg Kiefner in Fw 190A-5 of
					JG 26/3  2km SW of Woensdrecht, Netherlands Aug 17, 1943 on
					raid to Regensburg/Schweinfurt.  MACR 387A.  6 KIA, 3 POW, 1
					evaded.
				5887 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5888 (94th BG, 331st BS, "Elusive Elcy") hit by Hptm Joachim
					Kirschner in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/5 Sep 27, 1943, caught fire
					and exploded near Norden, Germany Sep 27, 1943.  MACR 732.
					10 KIA, 1 POW.
				5889 condemned salvage battle damage Oct 12, 1943
				5890 (92nd BG, 327th BS) ran out of fuel and crashed at Poissy, France 45-50 km NNW
					of Paris, France Sep 6, 1943.  MACR 740.  5 POW, 5 evaded.
				5891 Delivered Long Beach Apr 23, 1943; Dallas Apr 29, 1943; Smoky Hill Jun 4, 1943; Eglin Jul 8, 1943; 
					Dow Fd Jul 11, 1943; Assigned to 353BS/301BG Oudna Sep 1, 1943; Cerignola Dec 7, 1943; Lucera Feb 1, 1944; 
					Condemned salvage Jun 17, 1944
				5892 (385th BG, 551st BS, "Pregnant Portia") damaged by enemy fighter,
					ran out of fuel, and ditched in Mediterranean 130 mi off
					North Africa while returning from mission to Regensburg
					Aug 17, 1943.  Crew rescued.
				5893 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Sad Sack") hit by AAA over Hannover, crew bailed
					out near Diepholz, plane not crashed and shot down by Hptm Gunther
					Specht of JG 11/II Stab at Dorreloh, Germany Jul 26, 1943.  MACR 197.
					1 KIA, 9 POW.  
				5894 Delivered Long Beach Apr 24, 1943; Salinas Apr 30, 1943; Tinker May 13, 1943; Dow Fd May 23, 1943; Assigned to Freeman
					Goodman Prov Grp Gander, Newfoundland Jun 9, 1943, but crashed into Stranavan Bay, Rothesay, Scotland on ferry
					flight from USA having run out of gas; 9 survived, one killed.  Salvaged NBD Jun 16, 1945. 
				5895 (385th BG, 548th BS, 'Souse Family') shot down by Uffz Erich Ulmschneider in Bf 109T-2 of
					Jasta Helgoland over North Se 43 km NW of Helgoland, Germany Jul 26, 1943.  MACR 191B.
					5 KIA, 6 POW.
				5896 (385th BG, 549th BS) lost between Gander and Prestwick Jun 27, 1943.  MACR 16.  10 killed
				5897 (385th BG, "Roundtrip Jack") had 20 mm cannon unofficially fitted in nose.
					The gun was later removed.  Condemned salvage no battle damage May 29, 1945
				5898 (388th BG, 562nd BS, "Little Lass") shot down by Fuuz Keruz in Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/9 and
					crashed into Ijsselmeer E of Schellingwoude, Netherlands Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 3117.
					10 POW.
				5899 (388th BG, 560th BS) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 3118
				5900 condemned salvage no battle damage Aug 1, 1944
				5901 (94th BG, 410th BS, "Superstitious Aloysius") shot down over Schweinfurt, Germany Oct 14, 
					1943.  All crew bailed out safely but 1 KIA, 9 POW.  MACR 789
				5902 Delivered Long Beach Apr 30, 1943; Gore Fd May 15, 1943; Kearney May 29, 1943; Dow Fd Jun 21, 1943; Assigned to 550BS/385BG
					Gt Ashfield Jun 30, 1943, named *Lady Liz*; landing accident at base Aug 18, 1943; mechanical problems when
					detailed Bremen Nov 29, 1943, returned and force landed  Ellough airfield, Suffolk,. England.
					Condemned salvage battle damage Dec 1, 1943
				5903 (390th BG, 571st BS, *Ascend Charlie*) flew into hill Nant-y-Lay in
					Wales while returning from mission Sep 16, 1943.  MACR 3720.  10 killed.
				5904 (388th BG, 560th BS, "Gremlin Gus") scraped hilltop near South Molton while returning
					from combat mission Sep 16, 1943.  Impact threw tail gunner
					out (he survived with minor injuries), aircraft traveled
					another 3 miles before crashing.  1 killed, 5 injured. Condemned salvage battle damage 
					Sep 19, 1943
42-5905/5954		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-35-VE Fortress
				MSN 6201/6250.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production.
				5905 condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 2, 1945
				5906 (388th BG, 562nd BS,"Sondra Kay") crashed at Shobdon,
					UK Sep 16, 1943.  MACR 3119.  10 killed.
				5907 (388th BG, 563rd BS, "Wing and a Prayer") crashed in North
					Sea W of Danish coast Jul 24, 1943 after bombing Rerik-West airfield in
					Germany.  MACR 3120. 10 KIA.
				5908 (388th BG, 561st BS) collided in midair with B-17F 42-30370 and crashed into North
					Sea 3 mi off Cromer, UK Jul 29, 1943.  MACR 3069.  10 KIA.
				5909 lost Feb 4, 1944.  MACR 2511, 3361
				5910 (92nd BG, 326th BS *Ruthie*) badly damaged by enemy fighters
					during mission to Nantes Jul 4, 1943.  Managed to return to
					Alconbury.  Repaired and transferred to 305th BG, 365th BS,
					"Hellcat".  Ran out of fuel and crashlanded at Hawkinge,
					UK Sep 15, 1943.  Salvaged Sep 17, 1943
				5911 Delivered Long Beach Apr 30, 1943; Gore Fd May 9, 1943; Dow Fd Jun 13, 1943; Assignet to 549BS/385BG at Gt Ashfield
					Jun 16, 1943, named *Hesitatin' Hussy* ; crash landed at base Sep 3, 1943;  condemned salvage Sep 4, 1943
				5912 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				5913 (385th BG, 551st BS, 'Shack Bunny') crashed due to 
					mechanical failure at Echt, Limburg, Netherlands Oct 20, 1943 
					during mission to Duren.  MACR 828
					The crew was from the 550th BS and was only borrowing the plane.
					MACR database has the date as Oct 10.
				5914 (385th BG, 549th BS, 'Sack Time') shot down by Lt Georg
					Frolich in Bf 109G-6 of JG1/8 at Hessloch, Germany 
					on mission to Regensburg Aug 17, 1943.  MACR 387B.  10 POW
				5915 Delivered Long Beach May 7, 1943; Denver May 14, 1943; Geiger May 26, 1943; Gt Falls Jun 7, 1943; 
					Dow Fd Jul 13, 1943; Assigned to 570BS/390BG at Framlingham Jul 15, 1943;  (390th BG, 570th BS, 
					"Cash & Carry") shot down by fighter near Munster,
					Germany Oct 10, 1943 and crshed Qwuantwic, Near Ahaus, Germany.  MACR 860.  10 POW.
				5916 (92nd BG, 325th BS) crashed on landing at Portreath, UK Jul 4, 1943.  Condemned salvage Jul 7, 1943
				5917 (370th BG, 524th BS) shot down by Hptm Hermann Staiger in Bf 109G-6 of JG 26/12 at 
					Ritzerau, Germany Jul 25, 1943.  MACR 1767.  4 KIA, 6 POW.
				5918 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Heavenly Daze") shot down by fighters on mission to Brunswick, Germany Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 2010.  
					One crew killed, rest bailed out and became POW
				5919 to RFC Kingman Jan 24, 1946
				5920 converted to YB-40.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5921 converted to YB-40.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5922 to RFC Altus Oct 8, 1945
				5923 converted to YB-40.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5924 converted to YB-40.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5925 converted to YB-40.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5926 converted to YB-40 then to TB-40.   Reclamation completed Hendricks AAF, FL
					Feb 13, 1946  
				5927 converted to YB-40.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				5928 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5929 to RFC at Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				5930 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5931 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5932 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 11, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5933 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5934 Delivered Long Beach May 18, 1943; Gore Fd Jun 8, 1943; Sioux City Nov 22, 1943;  W/o 24 Nov 1943 at Sioux City AAB, IA.
					Surveyed Sioux City AB Nov 26, 1943
				5935 to CL-26 Pratt AAF Jun 14, 1944
				5936 to RFC Albuquerque AF Jul 27, 1945
				5937 (301th BG) lost Mar 17, 1944.  MACR 3200
				5938 (97th BG) lost Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3966
				5939 to RFC Altus Jul 3, 1945
				5940 condemned crash Mar 8, 1943
				5941 Delivered Long Beach May 22, 1943; Smoky Hill Jun 3, 1943; Memphis Jun 20, 1943; Presque Is Jul 2, 1943; Assigned to 49BS/2BG
					at Ain M'Lila Jul 6, 1943; Massicault Jul 31, 1943; transferred to 341BS/97BG at Depienne Nov 14, 1943; Cerignola Dec 20, 1943;
					Amendola Jan 16, 1944;   Condemned crash landing at Amendola, Italy Jun 18, 1944
				5942 (388th BG, 563rd BS, "Sky Shy/Wenatchee Special") shot down by Hptm Werner Schroer in Bf 109G-6 
					of JG 27/II Stab near Ulm, Germany Sep 6, 1943, Stuttgart, Germany.  MACR 3121.
					1 KIA, 1 died of injuries, 8 POW.
				5943 (97th BG, 414th BS) lost Apr 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 4393
				5944 condemned MIA Jun 30, 1944
				5945 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				5946 (97th BG, 340th BS) lost Jul 2, 1944.  MACR 6617
				5947 excess inventory list Sep 1, 1945
				5948 Delivered Long Beach May 28, 1943; Cheyenne Jum 7, 1943; Gr Isle Jun 29, 1943; Dow Fd Jul 18, 1943; 
					Assigned to  99BG Aug 9, 1943;
					transferred to 342BS/97BG Depienne Nov 14, 1943;  (97th BG, 342nd BS) shot down by fighter at Brenner Pass, 
					Austrian/Italian border Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1520. 3 KIA, 7 POW.
				5949 (301st BG, 419th BS) Sep 25, 1943, Italy.  MACR 767
				5950 (94th BG, 410th BS) lost Mar 8, 1944.  MACR 2997
				5951 (97th BG, 341th BS) lost Jun 23, 1944.  MACR 6406
				5952 Del Long Beach 30/5/43; Kearney 20/6/43; Dow Fd 14/7/43; Ass 97BG Chateau-du-Rhumel
					Jul 29, 1943, named *Stop and Stare*; Pont-du-Fahs Aug 1, 1943; Depienne Aug 15, 1943; Cerignola Dec 20, 1943; 
					Amendola Jan 16, 1944.
					Condemned crash landing Jun 24, 1944
				5953 (96th BG, 338th BS) lost Jan 4, 1944.  MACR 2017
				5954 Deliveredl Long Beach May 30, 1943; Kearney Jun 10, 1943; Dow Fd Jul 7, 1943; Assigned to 562BS/388BG at Knettishall
					Jul 11, 1943, named *Mr Yank II*; . Condemned repair incomplete Mar 30, 1944.  Returned to US Mar 30, 1944. Salvaged Jan 4 1946
42-5955/6029		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-40-VE Fortress
				MSN 6250/6325.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production.
				5955 Delivered Long Beach May 30, 1943; Gore Fd Jul 3, 1943; Walla Walla Jul 23, 1943; Cutbank Aug 4, 1943; crashed Conrad, MT
					Aug 21, 1943  ;surveyed Gore AAF Sep 14, 1943
				5956 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5957 (100th BG, *Horny II*) salvaged May 9, 1944
				5958 Delivered Long Beach May 31, 1943; Cheyenne Jun 3, 1943; Assigned to 549BS/385BG Gore Fd Jul 8, 1943, 
					named *Mr Smith*; Walla Walla
					Jul 23, 1943. W/o 18 Apr 1944 at Avon Park AAF, FL.  To CL-26 at Walla Walla AAF Apr 19, 1944
				5959 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 29, 1945
				5960 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				5961 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				5963 to RFC Altus Oct 29, 1945
				5964 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5965 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5966 Delivered Long Beach Jun 1, 1943; Gore Jul 1, 1943; Walla Walla Jul 23, 1943; force laned two miles 
					south east of Walla Walla base Jul 26, 1943.  Surveyed Walla Walla Jul 27, 1943
				5967 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				5968 to RFC Altus Aug 8, 1945
				5969 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 25, 1945
				5970 Delivered Long Beach Jun 3, 1943; Gore Jul 3, 1943; Dow Fd Jul 20, 1943; Assigned to 813BS/482BG with HSC radar
					scanner fitted at Alconbury Jul 29, 1943; crash landed Eye, Suffolk Dec 13, 1943, Salvaged. Re-assigned 
					to 369BS/306BG at Thurleigh Apr 21, 1944; MIA Jul 16, 1944.  W/o 4 Nov 1944 at Hardwick, UK. Condemned 
					salvage no combat damage Nov 7, 1944
				5971 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 9, 1945
				5972 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 25, 1945
				5973 Delivered Long Beach Jun 4, 1943; Gore Fd Jun 28, 1943; Sebring Jul 6, 1943; 2137 BU Hendricks Oct 5, 1944; w/Lake
					Sitton Jan 3, 1945; 2156 BU Enid Sep 9, 1945; to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 27, 1945
				5974 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 5, 1945
				5975 toRFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				5976 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5977 Delivered Long Beach Jun 6, 1943; Roswell Jun 22, 1943; Palm Springs Jul 18, 1943; Pendleton Jul 25, 1943; Kearney
					Aug 10, 1943; 540BS/383BG Geiger Field, WA, crashed two miles south of base Sep 2, 1943.  To CL-26 at Geiger Field Sep 4, 1943
				5978 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5979 reclamation completed Rapid City Aug 20, 1946
				5980 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 7, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				5981 (100th BG, *Laden Maiden (Stud Duck)*) lost on mission to Ludwigshafen Dec 30, 1943.
					Also listed as going to CL-26 at Dalhart AAF Sep 25, 1943
				5982 reclamation completed Langley AAF Jul 5, 1945
				5983 Delivered Long Beach Jun 10, 1943; Gore Jul 6, 1943; Pendleton Jul 24, 1943; Gt Falls Aug 12, 1943; 328 BU Gulfport
					Mar 15, 1944; force landed at base Mar 14, 1945;  Reclamation completed Gulfport AAF, MS Mar 22, 1945
				5984 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				5985 (414th BS, 97th BG) MACR 355 Aug 1, 1943, Italy, aircraft not lost.  Lost Jun 20, 1944 (385th BG, 549th BS), MACR 5899
				5986 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Brown's Mule") shot down by Lt Leopold Munster in Bf 109G of JG 3/4
					at Hohenholte, Germany near Munster Oct 10, 1943 during mission to
					Munster.  MACR 944.  3 KIA, 7 POW..
				5987 Syracus ATS ferry May 14, 1945 (last entry)
				5988 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5989 (94th BG, 331st BS, "Marge H") shot down by fighter at
					Aurich, Germany Sep 27, 1943.  MACR 734 and 5674.  10 KIA
				5990 to RFC at Altus Aug 29, 1945
				5991 Delivered Long Beach Jun 15, 1943; New Orleans Jul 14, 1943; Orlando Dec 15, 1943; 331 BU Barksdale Jun 24, 1944; to
					Gore Fd,  Force landed New Orleans Apt Jul 14, 1943; 3036 BU Yuma Jul 5, 1944; ,  
					Force landed New Orleans Apt Jul 14, 1943; 331 BU
					Barksdale Jul 15, 1944; 2137 BU Hendricks Jul 27, 1944;to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 9, 1945
				5992 to RFC Altus Aug 22, 1945
				5993 Delivered Long Beach Jun 15, 1943; Palm Springs Jul 24, 1943; Dyersburg Jul 29, 1943; W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Bandera, TX   
					To CL-26 Dyersburg AAF Mar 22, 1944
				5994 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				5995 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 25, 1945
				5996 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 5, 1945
				5997 (100th BG, 351st BS, "Heaven Can Wait") shot down by 
					Fw 190A-6s of JG 26 and crashed at Vaux-les-Mouron, 
					France on mission to Ludwigshafen Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 2019.
					2 POW, 8 evaded.
				5998 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				5999 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 31, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6000 to RFC Ontario, CA Aug 27, 1945
				6001 Delivered Long Beach Jun 16, 1943; Gt Falls Aug 12, 1943; taxi accident.with 42-5150 at McDill Feb 17, 1944;
					4117 BU Robins Jul 9, 1944; W/o Robins AAF Apr 21,1945
				6002 surveyed Buckingham AF Jun 2, 1944
				6003 Delivered Long Beach Jun 18, 1943; Kingman Aug 2, 1943; 234 BU Clovis Jun 26, 1944; 249 BU Alliance Oct 15, 1944; 460
					BU Hamilton Jul 15, 1945; 233 BU Davis Monthan Jul 19, 1945; Force landed at Bowman Fd Oct 19, 1945; 1077 BU
					Bowman Oct 29, 1945; .reclamation completed at Bowman AAF, KY Jun 5, 1946
				6004 to RFC Altus Oct 29, 1945
				6005 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 4, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6006 to RFC Kingman Nov 24, 1946
				6007 reclamation completed Dayton AAF Jun 5, 1946
				6008 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 4, 1945
				6009 to RFC Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				6010 Delivered Long Beach Jun 19, 1943; Pendleton Jul 14, 1943; Gt Falls Aug 12, 1943; Walla Walla Oct 21, 1943; 505BG
					Harvard Jun 18, 1944; force landedbase Jul 12, 1944; 146 BU Selfridge Aug 14, 1944; 244 BU Harvard Aug 20, 1944; 232
					BU Dalhart Aug 23, 1944; 203 BU Jackson Mar 8, 1945;involved in midair collision with 42-30633 and crashed
					near Jackson, MS Apr 11, 1945.  Reclamation completed Jackson AAB Apr 20, 1945
				6011 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				6012 wrecked 4 mi E of Rockland, TX when engines caught fire, crew
					bailed out Aug 13, 1943
				6013 Delivered Long Beach Jun 20, 1943; Dallas Jun 25, 1943; Lewiston Aug 10, 1943; crashed Hollsy Springs, ID
					Jan 2, 1944; .surveyed Lewstown AAF, MT Jan 4, 1944
				6014 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				6015 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6016 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6017 Delivered Long Beach Jun 23, 1943; Gt Falls Aug 16, 1943; crashed a mile W of Sioux City Fd, IA Jan 12, 1944;
					Surveyed Gret Falls AAF Jan 14, 1944
				6018 Delivered Long Beach Jun 24, 1943; Cheyenne Jul 21, 1943; Alexandra Jul 26, 1943; crashed five miles
					NE of Elizabeth, LA Oct 17, 1943.  Surveyed Alexandria AAF Oct 18, 1943
				6019 Delivered Long Beach Jun 24, 1943; Walla Walla Jul 25, 1943; Redmond Aug 15, 43; crashed at base 
					Aug 19, 1943.  W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Madras, OR 
				6020 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				6021 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 13, 1944
				6022 to RFC Altus Jul 28, 1945
				6023 reclamation completed Keesler AAF, MS Apr 30, 1946
				6024 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				6025 wrecked when force-landed 8 mi NE of Roy, MT Sep 7, 1943.
					Surveyed Sep 21, 1943
				6026 Delivered Long Beach Jun 26, 1943; Walla Walla Jul 22, 1943; force landed at base Aug 16, 1943, to 328 BU Gulfport
					Mar 8, 1944; crashed at base Sep 1, 1944; surveyed Gulfport AAF, MS Sep 2, 1944
				6027 to rFC Walnut Ridge Dec 7, 1945
				6028 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6029 reclamation completed Pyote AF Apr 17, 1945
42-6030/6104		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-45-VE Fortress
				MSN 6326/6400.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production.
				6030 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6031 collided with another B-17 41-24621 over Gulf of Mexico 
					Sept 10, 1943.  11 on each aircraft killed.
				6032 (92nd BG, 326th BS) lost Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2754
				6033 reclamation completed Childress AAF, TX Jun 7, 1946
				6034 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				6035 to RFC Altus Jul 28, 1945
				6036 delivered to Long Beach Jun 30, 1943, to Amarillo Jul 7, 1943, to Dallas Aug 9, 1943.  Converted to YC-108 as
					taxi for Gen Frank Hackett.  returned to USA feb 4, 1945.  To RFC Augusta, GA Jun 25, 1946.  
					Assigned to ATC Europe Apr 3, 1947, probably at Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
				6037 (94th BG, 331st BS) damaged by AAA then shot down by Uffz
					Schiesseburg of JGr Ost/2 at La Clisse, France Dec 31, 1943.  MACR 1755
					7 KIA, 4 POW. 
				6038 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				6039 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Blondie III") badly damaged by Lt Zweigart
					of JG 54/7 and 9 crew bailed out, then shot down by Lt 
					Eberhard Schade in Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/5 and exploded near
					Cloppenburg, Germany Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1560.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				6040 to RFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				6041 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				6042 Delivered Burbank Jul 2, 1943; Dallas Aug 8, 1943; crashed Oct 13, 1943 Pinegree Park, Colorado.  
					W/o 18 Oct 1943 at Rapid City AAF, SD
				6043 to RFC Altus Sep 24, 1945
				6044 reclamation completed Orland AAB May 29, 1947
				6045 to CL-26 Nov 17, 1943
				6046 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				6047 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				6048 to RFC Altus Jul 28, 1945
				6049 Delivered Long Beach Jul 7, 1943; Burbank Aug 6, 1943; Gt Falls Aug 15, 1943; crashed at base May 16, 1944.  
					To CL-26 Great Falls AAF May 19, 1944
				6050 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 28, 1945
				6051 surveyed Sioux City AAF May 8, 1946
				6052 to RFC Altus Jul 30, 1945
				6053 Delivered Long Beach Jul 6, 1943; Pendleton Jul 25, 1943; force landed at base Saep 7, 1943, to 
					Sioux City AAB, IA Nov 30, 1943; Crashed at base Mar 24, 1944;  .Surveyed USA Mar 25, 1944
				6054 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 24, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6055 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				6056 to RFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				6057 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				6058 Delivered Long Beach Jul 8, 1943; Cheyenne Jul 12, 1943; Walla Walla Jul 23, 1943; crash landed Avon
					Park AAF, FL Dec 31, 1943.  to DL-26 at Walla Walla AAF, WA Jan 3, 1944
				6059 Delivered Long Beach Jul 8, 1943; Gr Isle Jul 20, 1943; Pendleton Jul 25, 1943; Geiger Aug 10, 1943.  
					W/o 26 Feb 1944 at Pyote AAF, TX.  To CL-26 Geiger AAF Feb 28, 1944
				6060 to RFC Walnut Ridge, AR Dec 19, 1945
				6061 Delivered Long Beach Jul 8, 1943; Walla Walla Jul 25, 1943; force landed at base Jul 30, 1943; 
					Surveyed Walla Walla AAF, WA Aug 13, 1943
				6062 surveyed Lewistown AAF, MT Sep 21, 1943.  Crashed in Montana
					on training flight and all onboard killed.
				6063 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6064 surveyed Dalhart AAF TX Nov 30, 1943.  To civil registry as N7942A
				6065 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 17, 1945
				6066 Delivered Long Beach Jul 9, 1943; Ephrata Aug 1, 1943; 3701 BU Amarillo Jul 23, 1944; 3706 BU Sheppard Oct 20, 1944;
					3701 BU Amarillo May 2, 1945; to RFC Walnut Ridge, AR Jan 21, 1946
				6067 reclamation completed Biggs CAF Aug 30, 1946
				6068 to RFC Altus Sep 18, 1945
				6069 to RFC Walnut Ridge, AR Sep 25, 1945
				6070 to RFC Albuquerque Aug 2, 1945
				6071 crashed during night landing in bad weather near Wellfleet, Nebraska Apr 10, 1945.  5 killed, 9 survived.
					Reclamation completed McCook AAF NB Apr 20, 1945
				6072 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				6073 (MSN 6369) to RFC Santa Anna AAF,CA Sep 22, 1945. Sold on civil marketto Hancock College of Aeronautics
					as N7942A 1946-1954.  Then cancelled Dec 21, 1960 on export to Bolivia as CP-686.  Destroyed Nov. 1968.  
					Also reported as being N7952A
				6074 to RFC Altus Aug 28, 1945
				6075 to RFC Altus Aug 24, 1945
				6076 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 4, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6077 to RFC Walnut Ridge, AR Sep 17, 1945
				6078 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				6079 to RFC Albuquerque Jul 27, 1945
				6080 336th BS, "Mary Ruth/The WeWa Special") to 803rd BS(P) at Oulton early 1944 as radio countermeasures aircraft,
					fitted with six Mandrel sets.  Later converted for use in Aphrodite
					program as flying bomb.  Not expended, WFU Aug 1944.
					To RFC Kingman Feb 19, 1946
				6081 Delivered Long Beach Jul 16, 1943; Cheyenne Jul 20, 1943; Ft Myers Nov 14, 1943; 2137 BU Hendricks Nov 23, 1944;
					damaged in takeoff accident at Hendricks Field, FL Apr 9, 1945.  To RFC Walnut Ridge, AR Dec 19, 1945
				6082 Delivered Long Beach Jul 16, 1943; wrecked in crashlanding 6 mi NE of Gulfport AF, MS Aug 26, 1943.  To CL-26
					Sep 3, 1943.
				6083 reclamation completed Kessler Field Aug 3, 1945.
				6084 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				6085 Delivered Long Beach Jul 18, 1943; Cheyenne Jul 20, 1943; crashed Salt Lake City Fd, Utah Feb 19, 1944; 
					W/O Feb 24, 1944.
				6086 (91st BG, 401st BS) shot down by Hptm
					Alfred Grislwaski in Fw 190A-6 of JG 1/1 at Leutesdorf,
					Germany Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1322.  10 KIA
				6087 (100th BG, 418th BS, *Royal Flush/Harper's Ferr*) lost on mission to 
					Villacoublay Aug 11, 1944.  MACR 8074
				6088 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 5, 1945
				6089 Delivered Long Beach Jul 17, 1943; Cheyenne Jul 21, 1943; 242 Gd Isle Oct 17, 1944; 224 BU Sioux City Oct 28, 1944;
					235 BU Biggs May 15, 1945; 441 BU Metropolitan Aug 31, 1945.  reclamation completed Metropolitan Field, CA Oct 25, 1945
				6090 Delivered Long Beach Jul 18, 1943; Cheyenne Jul 20, 1943; to Gt Falls Oct 1, 1943 
					Crash landed Oct 1, 1943 two miles east of Big Sandy, MT.  Surveyed in USA Oct 14, 1943
				6091 to RFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				6092 delivered Long Beach Jul 20, 1943.  To Cheyenne Jul 22, 1q943, Dyersburg Jan 9, 1943, to 4100 BU at
					Patterson Aug 3, 1944.  To 326 BU at McDill Oct 29, 1944, to 327th BU at Drew May 18, 1945.
					Used in USAAF training film "Ditch at Sea and Live in a Boeing B-17" (1944).  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				6093 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 12, 1945
				6094 (100th BG, 418th BS) salvaged Jan 31, 1944 after taxi accident 
					in collision with B-17F 42-3474 and B-17G 42-37772 at
					Thorpe Abbots, UK on Dec 27, 1943
				6095 to RFC Walnut Rideg Dec 19, 1945
				6096 (351st BG, 511th BS, "Onda Ball") shot down by fighter with 
					rocket Oct 14, 1943, Schweinfurt.  1 KIA, 9 POW.  MACR 1036
				6097 to RFC Albuquerque Aug 13, 1945
				6098 (95th BG, 335th BS, "Superstitious Aloysius") ditched in English Channel
					Jan 1, 1944 due to flak damage during mission to Kiel.
					All crew rescued.  MACR database has date of Aug 4, 1944.  MACR 7700
				6099 (96th BG) lost Mar 22, 1944.  MACR 3420
				6101 to RCAF as Fortress II 9203, delivered Dec 6, 1943.  Purchased for use by No. 168 Heavy Transport 
					Squadron, Rockcliffe, for mail flights to Europe and North Africa. 
					Lost at sea between Morocco and Azores Dec 15, 1944
				6103 Delivered Long Beach Jul 22, 1943; Amarillo Jul 24, 1943; Dallas Aug 9, 1943; W/o 3 May 1944 at Kiowa, CO 
42-6105/6204		Lockheed/Vega B-17F-50-VE Fortress
				MSN 6401/6500.  Boeing B-17F built by Lockheed-Vega Airplane Company as part of pooled production.
				6107 converted to TB-17F, to Department of Public Institutions, Clarkson,
					WA in 1946 for use as instructional airframe.  Became derelict,
					sold on civil market Columbia Airmotive of Troutdale, OR as N1340N
					Nov 18, 1953.  Used as tanker by Aero Enterprises and later by Aero
					Flite.  Re-engined with Rolls-Royce Dart turboprops in 1969.  
					Crashed at Dubois, WY while firebombing Aug 18, 1970.
				6109 Delivered Long Beach Jul 24, 1943; Denver Aug 17, 1943; 202 BU Galveston Aug 2, 1944; 225 BU Rapid City Feb 23, 1945;
					4202 BU Syracuse Mar 29, 1945; To RFC Altus Oct 19, 1945.
				6110 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6112 Delivered Long Beach Jul 25, 1943; Amarillo Jul 30, 1943; Denver Aug 17, 1943; 499BG Smoky Hill Jun 9, 1944; 
					Crashed two miles N of Valley Center, KS Jun 15, 1944; WO Jun 16, 1944.
				6115 Delivered Long Beach Jul 27, 1943; Dallas Jul 30, 1943.   Force landed four miles short of Hobbs Aux Fd, TX
					Mar 13, 1944; 3017 BU Hobbs Nov 8, 1944; to RFC Altus Aug 28, 1945.
				6117 Delivered Long Beach Jul 27, 1943; Dallas Jul 31, 1943; W/o 14 Apr 1944 at Holaday, TN
				6118 Delivered Long Beach Jul 28, 1943; Dallas Aug 1, 1943; Forced landing Sioux City Fd, IA Dec 11, 1943; .  
					In forced landing 7 Jan 1944 one mi W of  Sioux City AAB, IA .  W/o Jul 9, 1944
				6119 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6121 Delivered Long Beach Jul 29, 1943; Dallas Jul 31, 1943; crash landed
					Sioux City Fd Dec 13, 1943; 6BG Gr Isle Jul 12, 1944; 421 BU Muroc Oct 2, 1944; 242 BU Gr Isle Oct 24, 1944;
					to RFC Altus Jul 30, 1945
				6122 Delivered Long Beach Jul 28, 1943; Dallas Aug 3 1943; surveyed Dallas Mar 28, 1944
				6123 to RFC Kingman Oct 28, 1945
				6124 to RFC Kingman Oct 29, 1945
				6125 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				6126 Delivered Long Beach Jul 30, 1943; Dallas Aug 2, 1943; 4119 BU Brookley Jun 21, 1944; in Jan 15, 1945 to
					223 BU Dyersburg; reclamation completed Dyersburg AF, TN Jan 29, 1945
				6127 Delivered Long Beach Jun 30, 1943; Dallas Aug 4, 1943; Dyersburg Oct 4, 1943; Dalhart Oct 19, 1943; 247 BU Smoky Hill
					Jun 3, 1944; 232 BU Dalhart Jul 10, 1944; 4121 BU Kelly Nov 2, 1944; 224 BU Sioux City Dec1, 1944; Force landed at base
					Apr 17, 1945; 235 BU Biggs May 12, 1945; 555 BU Love Fd Oct 3, 1945;to RFC Biggs Field, TX Apr 14, 1946
				6128 delivered Long Beach Jul 30, 1943, to Denver Aug 17, 1943.  To 498th BG at GR Bend Jul 1, 1944.
					to 243 BU at Gr Bend Sep 20, 1944, to 3701 BU at Amarillo Jan 24, 1945.  Reclamation completed 
					Amarillo AAF Jun 7, 1946
				6129 delivered Long Beach Jul 31, 1943, to Denver Aug 16, 1943.  Converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft 
					with cameras added and all bombing equipment removed.  Assigned Min Map Asia Apr 1, 1944.  
					Engine caught fire and force landed wheel up May 22, 1944 near Abu Dhabi on coast of Shuweihat, 
					near Jebel Dhanna, opposite Yas Island.  Aircraft was almost intact, but was flooded at high tide 
					and declared a write-off.  To excess inventory list Jun 1, 1946 (probably a paper exercise)
				6130 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945.
				6131 surveyed Alexandria AAF Sep 24, 1944
				6132 to RFC Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				6133 reclamation completed Robbins Apr 20, 1945
				6134 Delivered Long Beach Aug 3, 1943; Denver Aug 4, 1943. Conv to F-9A.   to F-9B photo recon aircraft with cameras added and
					all bombing equipment removed. Assigned to Min Map Asia Apr 1, 1944; Returned to US Bradley Jun 13, 1944.
					Redesignated as FB-17F in 1945;  To RFC at Altus, OK Oct 4, 1945
				6135 Delivered Long Beach Aug 3, 1943;  Conv to F-9A, converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft with cameras added and all bombing 
					equipment removed.  Redesignated as FB-17F in 1945; Reclamation completed Lowry AAF, CO Sep 18, 1947.
				6136 to RFC Altus Aug 29, 1945
				6137 Delivered Long Beach Aug 3, 1943; Denver Aug 5 1943; 242 BU Gr Isle Sep 6, 1944; 235 BU Biggs Oct 7, 1944; 233 BU
					Davis Monthan Jar 28, 1945; Crashed 27 mi NE of Tellico Plains, TN Apr 8, 1945.  283 BU Galveston Jun 14, 1945
					To RFC Kingman Oct 31, 1945
				6138 Delivered Long Beach Aug 3, 1943; Denver Aug 6, 1943;converted to F-9A, converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft with 
					cameras added and all bombing equipment removed. Assigned to Accra, Gold Coast (Jogo) Mapping Mission
					Feb 29, 1944; Returned US 4100 BU Patterson May 12, 1944; To 19 Photo Gp McDill Aug 12, 1944; Condemned salvage Nov 18, 1946
				6139 reclamation completed Great Bend AF, KS Jan 24, 1945
				6140 Delivered Long Beach Aug 4, 1943; Denver Aug 6, 1943;converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft with cameras added and all bombing 
					equipment removed.  1 Photo Gp McDill Oct 9, 1943; 4104 BU Rome Oct 27, 1943; 9 Photo Gp Buckley Dec 18, 1943; Malta and Africa; 
					Returned to US Oct 9, 1944;.  Salvaged Canal Zone (Bade) Jun 12, 1945.
				6141 to RFC Altus 1945
				6142 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6143 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				6144 to RFC Kingman Nov 2, 1945
				6145 Delivered Long Beach Aug 5, 1943; Denver Aug 8, 1943;   W/o 25 Feb 1944 at Alexandria AAF, LA, 
					to CL-26 Denver Feb 26, 1944
				6146 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 25, 1945
				6147 Delivered Long Beach Aug 4, 1943; Denver Aug 7, 1943; crashed three miles N of Rich Mountain, WV Jan 15, 1944.
					To CL-26 Denver Jan 16, 1944
				6148 to RFC Altus Aug 27,1945
				6149 condemned Sep 29, 1943
				6150 Delivered  Long Beach Aug 6, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 10, 1943; 202 BU Galveston Jun 9, 1944; 
					497BG Pratt Jun 18, 1944; 29BG Dalhart Sep 2, 1944; 
					246 BU Pratt Sep 16, 1944 4; damaged in bird strike near Galveston AAF, TX Feb 16, 1945; 347 BU Key Fd Mar 22, 1945; 246 BU
					Pratt Jun 9, 1945; To RFC Altus, OK 9/10/45. VIES GUYS.
					To RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				6151 (351st BG) salvaged Jun 11, 1945
				6152 to RFC Altus Jul 26, 1945
				6153 to RFC Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				6154 to RFC Altus Sep 18, 1945
				6155 (385th BG, 549th BS) shot down by AAA near Munster, Germany Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 827.  10 POW.
				6156 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 7, 1945
				6157 Delivered Long Beach Aug 7, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 10, 1943; Tinker Dec 14, 1943; 2135 BU Tyndall Sep 16, 1944; 3017 BU
					Hobbs Sep 18, 1944; crashlanded at Hobbs AAF, NM May 4, 1945;  To RFC Altus, OK Aug 27, 1945
				6158 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 10, 1945
				6159 Delivered Long Beach Aug 7, 1943; ;converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft with cameras added and all bombing 
					equipment removed. To Min Mapping Asia 1/4/44.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Aug 28, 1945
				6160 to RFC Kingman Oct 28, 1945
				6161 Delivered Long Beach Aug 7, 1943; Colorado Springs Aug 11, 1943; 351 Sub Dep Pyote Nov 9, 1943; 2136 BU Tinker
					Jun 24, 1944; 235 BU Biggs Jul 27, 1944; WO at Biggs Field, TX Dec 13, 1944;
					reclamation completed Biggs AF Jan 17, 1945
				6162 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				6163 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				6164 Delivered Long Beach Aug 10, 1943; Denver Aug 15, 1943;  converted to F-9B photo recon 
					aircraft with cameras added and all bombing equipment removed.  Assigned to Min Mapping Asia 
					Apr 1, 1944; W/o in landing accident Mar 8, 1945.  Condemned salvage Sep 8, 1945
				6165 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 11, 1945
				6166 to RFC Altus Aug 1, 1945
				6167 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6168 to CL-26 Denver Apr 12, 1945
				6169 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				6170 surveyed Cheyenne Jan 26, 1944
				6171 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 4, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6172 to RFC Altus Aug 8, 1945
				6173 Delivered Long Beach Aug 13, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 15, 1943; Tinker Dec 13, 1943; 2137 BU Hendricks Nov 11, 1944;
					crashed near Sebring, FL Jul 14, 1945.  Reclamation completed Hendricks AAF, FL Jul 27, 1945
				6174 condemned salvage from enemy action Oct 25, 1945
				6175 Delivered Long Beach Aug 13, 1943; Palm Springs Aug 15, 1943; Tinker Dec 6, 1943.  W/o 14 Mar 1944 at 
					Buckingham AAF, FL.  Surveyed US Mar 15, 1944
				6176 to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 18, 1945
				6177 reclamation completed Dyersburg AF, TN Dec 9, 1945
				6178 to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 19, 1945
				6179 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				6180 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				6181 to RFC Kingman Oct 29, 1945
				6182 Delivered Long Beach Aug 15, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 18, 1943; Tinker Dec 14, 1943; 7AB Dow Fd May 30 1944; 2114 BU
					Lockbourn Aug 16, 1944; W/o 20 Nov 1944 at Williamsport, OH.  Surveyed Lockbourne AAF Nov 21, 1944
				6183 Delivered Long Beach Aug 16, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 17, 1943; converted to F-9A, converted to F-9B photo 
					recon aircraft with cameras added and all bombing equipment removed. redes as FB-17F in 1945; 
					Assigned Min Mapping Asia Apr 1, 1944; Returned to US Independence Sep 13, 1944;
					To RFC Kingman Nov 13, 1945
				6184 Delivered  Long Beach Aug 17, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 18, 1943;  converted to F-9A, converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft 
					with cameras added and all bombing equipment removed. Assigned Mapping Dakar (Senegal), Feb 29, 1944; 
					Returned to US McDill Aug 11, 1944; Robins Aug 16, 1944
					To DPC Bush Field Mar 7, 1945
				6185 Delivered Long Beach Aug 16, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 18, 1943; converted to F-9A, converted to F-9B photo recon 
					aircraft with cameras added and all bombing equipment removed. Assigned 4143 BU Gander Feb 10, 1944; 
					Redesignated as FB-17F in 1945;4168 BU Sth Plains Jan 31, 1946; 4112 BU Olmstead Jun 6, 1946; 
					16 Photo Gp McDill Jul 7, 1946; 4104 BU Rome Oct 2, 1946; 16 Photo
					Gp McDill Oct 13, 1946 reclamation completed MacDill AAF, FL Nov 18, 1947
				6186 Delivered Long Beach Aug 17, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 18, 1943; converted to F-9A, converted to F-9B 
					photo recon aircraft with cameras added and all bombing 
					equipment removed.  To Algiers (Elms) 11/9/44; Returned to US Walnut Ridge
					Dec 29, 1944;to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				6187 Delivered Long Beach Aug 17, 1943; Cheyenne 18/8/43;converted to F-9A, converted to F-9B 
					photo recon aircraft with cameras added and all bombing 
					equipment removed.  Assigned to 1 Photo Gp McDill Apr 26, 1944; 410 BU
					Rome Oct 21, 1944; 91 Photo Sq Buckley Dec 23, 1944; Accra, W Africa Jan 22, 1945; 
					Trinidad Mapping Jun 14, 1946.  To excess inventory list Jun 14, 1946
				6188 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				6189 Delivered Long Beach Aug 17, 1943; Cheyenne Aug 18, 1943.  crash landed Lockbourn AAB, OH 
					Dec 26, 1943;  WO Jan 1, 1944.
				6190 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				6192 to RFC Albuquerque Jul 27, 1945
				6193 to RFC Altus Oct 9, 1945
				6194 to RFC Altus Nov 5, 1945
				6195 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jun 27, 1945
				6196 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 7, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz 
					Feb 19, 1946
				6197 to RFC at MacDill Dec 18, 1944
				6198 Delivered Long Beach Aug 21, 1943; to CL-26 Alexandria AF, LA Sep 21, 1943.  W/o 11 Feb 1944 
					at Alexandria AAF, LA 
				6199 to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 21, 1945
				6200 Delivered Long Beach Aug 21, 1943; Conv to F-9A; converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft with 
					cameras added and all bombing 
					equipment removed. Assigned Min Mapping Asia Apr 1, 1944; Returned to US 121 BU Bradley Aug 28, 1944.  
					To RFC Altus Oct 11, 1945
				6201 Del Long Beach Aug 21, 1943;  Conv to F-9A; converted to F-9B photo recon aircraft with 
					cameras added and all bombing equipment removed. Assigned to Min Mapping Asia Apr 1, 1944; 
					Returned to US 1377 BU Yuma Sep 21, 1945; 4132 BU Garden City Sep 25, 1945; 4168 BU Sth Plains 
					Jun 5, 1946; 4112 BU Olmstead Jun 9, 1946; 16 Photo Gp McDill
					Sep 24, 1946; 307 BU McDill Dec 7, 1946;  Reclamation completed MacDill SAC, FL Feb 2, 1948
				6202 to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 12, 1945
				6203 to RFC, Walnut Ridge 12/14/45
				6204 to RFC, Walnut Ridge 12/29/45
42-6205/6221		Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3339/3355.  Info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6205 Delivered to USAAF 11Sep43.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 31Dec49
				6206 Delivered to USAAF 23Sep43.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Hill Field Sep 24, 1948
				6207 Delivered to USAAF 23Sep43.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group.  TO GIA at Alamogordo AAF, NM 9Aug44
					Reclamation completed Alamogordo Jul 26, 1946
				6208 Delivered to USAAF 23Sep43.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Pioneer’.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6209 Delivered to USAAF 27Sep43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 1Apr44, arriving Piardoba, India 28Apr44
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. 
					Named ‘Old Man Mose’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 27Dec44
					Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Force landed May45 at Roswell AAF, NM due to engine fire 
					To GIA at Roswell, NM 22May45. Scrapped 1945.  Reclamation completed Roswell Jul 11, 1945
				6210 Delivered to USAAF 27Oct43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed 2Jul44 due to structural failure 5 miles north and 1 mile east of Harmon, OK
					Surveyed Clovis AAF Jul 4, 1944
				6211 Delivered to USAAF 26Oct43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 16Apr44, arriving Piardoba, India 13May44
					Assigned to 771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. 
					(462nd BG, 771st BS) crashed on takeoff at Piaradoba, India May 23, 1944.  4 crew members killed. 
				6212 Delivered to USAAF 17Nov43.  Named ‘Thunderbird’
					On Sept. 8th, 1944, returning from a mission to Anshan, Manchuria in China with 444th BG, the fuel 
					transfer system would not function and the aircraft crash landed in the partly dry river bed of the 
					Wei River near Hsian, China. The aircraft was left in the riverbed to be salvaged for parts.	  
					Crew of 11 survived and were rescued.
				6213 Delivered to USAAF 16Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 7Apr44, arriving Piardoba, India 30Apr44
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Liberty Belle’
					Forced landing 12Jul44 due to mechanical failure at Chengtu, China
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 27Dec44.  Modified to TB-29
					Reclamation complete Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6214 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec43.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Clovis AAF Oct 17, 1946
				6215 Delivered to USAAF 27Oct43. Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, 58th Bomb Wing, Great Bend AAF, KS. 
					Departed CONUS for CBI 1Nov44.  Named ‘Deacon’s Disciples’
					(444th BG, 678th BS) crashed due to engine failure near Yibin, China Nov 9, 1944.  The crew bailed out.
				6216 Delivered to USAAF 16Nov43.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 5Oct44 taking off from Clovis AAF, NM. The aircraft crashed 1 mile off the end of the runway.  
					To CL-26 at Clovis AF Oct 8, 1944
				6217 Delivered to USAAF 28Nov43.  Departed CONUS for CBI 13Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 3May44.  Named ‘Pepper’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 25Dec44.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6218 Delivered to USAAF 6Dec43.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Amarillo Aug 23, 1946
				6219 Delivered to USAAF 7Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 20Apr44, arriving Piardoba, India 5May44
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. 
					Modified for tankering fuel over the Hump.  Named ‘Petrol Packin’ Mama’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 23Nov44.  Reclamation completed Roswell May 31, 1946
				6220 MSN 3354 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec43.  Substantially damaged 10Jan44 in a landing accident and fire at 
					Great Bend AAF, KS.   (444th BG, 677th BS) crashed on takeoff at Kwanghan, China Jun 15, 1944
				6221 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec43.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed 20Nov44 5 miles ESE of Dalhart, TX after the crew bailed out due to engine fire 
					Surveyed Clovis Nov 21, 1944
42-6222			Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
				MSN 3356.  Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
					Info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
					Delivered to USAAF 30Dec43.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 18Apr44.  Named ‘Deuces Wild’
					40th BG, 45th BS) crash landed due to fuel starvation at Chakulia, India Sep 11, 1944.  Surveyed Nov 6, 1944
42-6223			Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
				Info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				MSN 3357.  Delivered to USAAF 16Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44 and arrived Piardoba, India 9May44
					Assigned to 771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.   Named ‘Lady Boomerang’
					The plane took part in a daylight mission to the Imperial Iron and Steel Works at Yawata, Japan on August 20, 1944. 
					After a successful mission, the crew landed at Chengtu, China and then returned 
					to their base in, India. The aircraft was out of fuel and crashed on landing Aug 20, 1944 at Piardoba, India. 
					Two crew members killed. Salvaged CBI 6Nov44
42-6224			Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
				MSN 3358.  Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
					Info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
					Delivered to USAAF 15Nov43.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Annie’
					Condemned crash landing surveyed Nov 6, 1944.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 30Apr46
42-6225/6228		Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3359/3362.  Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6225 Delivered to USAAF 16Dec43.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Named ‘Ding How’ [‘good luck’ in Chinese].  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS Jan45. Used as GIA
					Reclaimed 1Nov48 
				6226 Delivered to USAAF 3Nov43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS 9Apr44 for CBI
					Accident 9Apr44 at Prescott Isle, ME during taxying caused by mechanical failure
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piaradoba, India.  Named ‘Hap’s Hazard’
					Dqmaged Jun 12, 1944 at Piardoba India, 
					During repairs 20Jun44 after the first Yawata raid, a gas tank exploded. One man killed. 
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 10Dec44.  Reclamation completed Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Nov 1, 1948
				6227 Delivered to USAAF 26Oct43
					Assigned to 771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS.
					Forced landing 16Nov43 12 miles SE of Walker AAF, KS due to structural failure. Five crew members killed.
					Repaired.  To GIA at Walker AAF, KS 17Nov43.  W/o Jun 29, 1944
				6228 Delivered to USAAF 4Nov43.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Great Bend, KS. 
					Gunnery accident 24Nov43 130 miles SSW of Gulfport AAF, MS.  Deployed to Dudhkindi, India
					(444th BG, 677th BS) crashed and burned in China Aug 2, 1944.  MACR 11299
					The aircraft was returning from a raid over Manchuria when it was caught in a Monsoon storm and 
					crashed SE of Sylhet, India. 12 crew KIA.
42-6229/6232		Martin-Omaha B-29-1-MO Superfortress
				MSN 3363/3366.  Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
					Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6229 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 15Apr44.   Assigned to 468th Bomb Group 7May44
					(468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed at end of runway at Pengshan, 
					China on mission to Yawata Jun 15, 1944.  The aircraft was immediately enveloped in flames, ammunition 
					cooked off and the bombs exploded. Every member of the crew got out safely with only minor scratches, 
					burns and shock.
				6230 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 15Apr44. Arrived India 4May44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India.  Named ‘Limber Dugan’
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) shot down by Ki-45 (Nick) flown by WO Sadamitsu Kimura of 45h Sentai 
					over Wakamatsu Fukuoka, Japan Jun 15, 1944 during attack on steel works at Yawata Kyoto, Japan.  MACR 6596.
					All 12 crew killed.  Was first B-29 shot down over Japan.
				6231 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 10Apr44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 29Apr44
					(468th BG, 794th BS) hit mountain near Kiangyu, China Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6599.  
					The aircraft was returning to Pengshan [A-7], China after a mission to 
					Yawata, Japan. The aircraft crashed eleven miles northeast of Kiangyu, China into the side of a sheer 
					cliff and exploded. 
				6232 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan44.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 21Apr44
					Named ‘Kickapoo II’.  Damaged on second combat mission 20Jun44. Modified as a tanker – 36 hump missions 
					Kharagpur, India to Pengshan [A-7], China.  Declared war weary 25Nov44. Returned to CONUS
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
42-6233			Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
				MSN 3367  Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostion from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				Delivered to USAAF 20Feb44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crash landed 28Jan45 due to mechanical failure 7 miles E of Clovis AAF, NM
					Assigned to 4141st Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
42-6234			Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
				Dispostion from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				MSN 3368.  Delivered to USAAF 19Dec43
				With 444th BG, 670th BS, lost from unknown cause in China Sep 8, 1944 while on mission on Anshan, China.  MACR 8593
					4 crew killed, 7 rescued.	
42-6235			Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
				Dispostion  from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				MSN 3369. Delivered to USAAF 2Jan44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 17Apr44
					Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 10Jun44
					(468th BG, 795th BS) gear retracted during takeoff
					in India Jun 26, 1944.  W/oThere were no injuries. Rebuilt
					Transferred to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India Oct44
					Named ‘My Gal Sal’	[Not painted on aircraft].  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS
					Modified to TB-29Q.  Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Damaged 30May45 when the aircraft caught fire during taxying at Roswell AAF, NM
42-6236			Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
				Dispostion from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				MSN 3370.  Delivered to USAAF 6Apr44.  Assigned to 4136th Army AF Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
				Was named "Cross Country" and was a trainer aircraft during its service life.  Reclamation completed Tinker Mar 24, 1949
42-6237			Martin-Omaha B-29-1-MO Superfortress
				Dispostion from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				MSN 3371.  Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB.  Delivered to USAAF 23Dec43
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 17Apr44.  Named ‘Sir Trofrepus’
					With 40th BG 25th BS shot down by AAA near Nanking China Nov 11, 1944  China.  MACR 9663. Flak damaged 
					the number 4 engine which caught fire.  4 crew KIA, 8 bailed out of which 3 were captured and became POW.  
					5 evaded and were rescued.
42-6238/6242		Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3372/3376.  Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6238 Delivered to USAAF 8Nov43.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 15Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 24May44
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) converted to tanker.  Crashed Oct 1, 1944 Emei Mountain, China due to bad weather
				6239 Delivered to USAAF 12Nov43.  Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Written off 24May44 landing at Pratt AAF, KS.  Surveyed Pratt AF May 26, 1944
				6240 (Delivered to USAAF 6Nov43.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 7May44.  Named ‘Hap’s Hope’
					(40th BG, 395th BS) crashed from unknown causes 25 mi SE of Likiang, China
					Jul 30, 1944.  MACR 7177.  7 crew killed, 4 survived.
				6241 Delivered to USAAF 4Nov43.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 7May44
					Transferred to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Hump Happy Mammy’.  Named ‘Malfunction Junction’
					Named ‘Yellow Rose of Texas’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 25Nov44
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				6242 Delivered to USAAF 3Nov43
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 15May44
					Permanently modified for bulk haulage of fuel and named "Esso Express*.  Flew 30 fuel tanking missions 
					over the ‘hump’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 24Nov44.  Reclaimed at Lowry AAF, CO 7Jul46
42-6243			Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
				MSN 3377.  Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostion from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				Delivered to USAAF 31Jan44.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 9Mar44 due to mechanical failure taxying at Tinker AAF, OK
					Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 11May44
					Named ‘Roger The Lodger’.
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) crew bailed out due to mechanical failure near Taoyuan, Taiwan, Aug 10, 1944.
					All crew rescued.
42-6244/6254		Boeing B-29-1-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3378/3388.  Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6244 Delivered to USAAF 4Nov43.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Damaged 2Feb44 due to a land gear malfunction and fire during taxying at Walker AAF, KS
					Reclamation completed Amarillo AF Apr 9, 1946
				6245 Delivered to USAAF 1Mar44.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Crash landed 7Jun44 due to engine failure and fire at Wichita Municipal Airport, KS
					Condemned survey Wichita MAP Boeing Jun 8, 1944
				6246 Delivered to USAAF 15Nov43.  (679 BS, 444 BG) crew bailed out 80 mi SW of Hsichang,
					China during ferry flight from Kharagpur, India to 
					Hsinching, China Jun 28, 1944 due to #1 and #3 engine failures.
				6247 Delivered to USAAF 11Nov43
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Accident 9Apr44 due to mechanical failure on landing at Smoky Hill AAF, KS 
					Assigned to 40th Bomb Group.  Reclamation completed Amarillo Apr 30, 1946
				6248 Delivered to USAAF 4Nov43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44 and arrived Piardoba, India 8May44
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Green Dragon’
					Damaged 10Oct44 during a heavy takeoff with fire and smoke from number 1 engine and subsequent 
					landing at Piardoba, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 14Dec44
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6249 Delivered to USAAF 11Nov43
					(40th BG, 25th BS) ferry flight crash at Payne Airfield, Cairo, Egypt Apr 18, 1944.  All crew survived. 
					The aircraft struck a radio tower on takeoff in a dust storm.
				6250 Delivered to USAAF 18Nov43.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 7May44.  Named ‘Bombin’ Buggy’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6251 Delivered to USAAF 17Nov43.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India
					Combat damaged 21Nov44 during a mission to Omura, Japan. Forced to land in China due to damage from a 
					Japanese fighter attack. The aircraft was later recovered and sent back to CONUS as a trainer.
					Named ‘Ole Battler’.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6252 Delivered to USAAF 19Nov43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS 10Apr44 for CBI.  Assigned to 771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					Named ‘Ragged But Right’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 9Dec44.
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6253 Delivered to USAAF 28Nov43.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 13Apr44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 8May44.  Named ‘Windy City’
					(468th BG, 794th BS) force landed in bad weather at Pengshan,
					China Aug 20, 1944 retunning from combat sortie to Yawata, Japan.  Assigned to 35th Repair Squadron 
					for salvage 22Aug44.  Scrapped in CBI Oct 10, 1944
				6254 Delivered to USAAF 6Dec43.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 13Apr44
					Named ‘Hump Happy Pappy’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 28Nov44
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
42-6255/6304		Boeing B-29-5-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3389/3438.  Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6255 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec43.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 18Apr44
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) crew bailed out due to engine 
					fire near Liliabari, Assam, India May 1, 1944 while enroute to Pengshang, China.
 					The aircraft was dispatched to make the first trip over the Hump to the 468th Base at China. 
					Fifty miles north of Jorhat, the crew were forced to bail out with number 2 engine on fire and the 
					fire could not be controlled. Members of the crew were picked up within 2 days. The Radar Operator was 
					found drowned in a river near the scene of the crash.
				6256 Delivered to USAAF 28Nov43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 14Apr44.  (462nd BG, 771st BS, "Ramp Tramp") The aircraft was part 
					of a 100 aircraft raid against the Japanese Showa steel mill in Anshan, Manchuria. An engine failed 
					and the propeller could not be feathered so the aircraft diverted to Vladivostok, Russia Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7178..
					The interned crew was allowed to "escape" into American-occupied Iran in January 1945. The aircraft was 
					not returned to the Americans and instead used by the Russians in the Tu-4 Bull development effort.
					The aircraft was flown to a base near Romanovka, Russia 9Jan45 for initial test flights by Russian pilots. 
					Later, Tupolev sent it to the AF flight test center at Zhukovskiy.
					Transferred to the Soviet AF 1Jul45. Assigned to 890th Air Regiment at Orsha. This special unit 
					boasted the greatest number of pilots with flight experience in U.S. aircraft, and its fleet included 
					19 B-25s, 12 B-17s (F and G models), and one B-24.  Later the aircraft was refitted with Shvetsov ASh-73TK 
					engines, the Soviet clone of earlier Wright engine designs that had been acquired under license and for 
					which parts were available.  Ramp Tramp flew for nearly a decade, and soon acquired a legendary status 
					among bomber crews as the progenitor of the Soviet strategic air arm in the early years of the cold war. 
					Many Soviet bomber pilots in the early stages of the Tu-4 program took enormous pride in the fact that 
					their flight log included hours on the Superfortress from Wichita.
					Later used as mother ship for underwing launching of Samolet 346P glider
					a development of ex-German DFS 346 rocket-powered aircraft in 1948-49.  Ramp Tramp was becoming increasingly 
					difficult to maintain. By 1954, the Tu-4 fleet was gradually being dismantled, and the U.S. bomber was 
					scrapped along with it.
				6257 Delivered to USAAF 28Nov43.  Assigned to 679th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 10Jan44 due to mechanical failure at Great Bend AAF, KS 
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Dudhkundi, India.  Modified as a fuel tanker for the Hump, Named ‘Dumbo’
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6258 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov43
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Accident 13Jan44 due to engine failure landing at Pratt AAF, KS
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS
					Modified to TB-29Q.  Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Crash landed 3Aug45 due to engine failure near Roswell AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Roswell, NM Aug 21, 1945
				6259 delivered to USAAF at Salinas Field, Kansas Nov 30, 1943.  To Wright Field, OH  Dec 2, 1943.
					Was first "Pullman" B-29 modified with long bomb bay doors and used for testing of "Thin Man" and "Fat Man"
					inert test shapes at Muroc and later assigned to 216th AAF Base Unit at Wendover AAF, UT.  Code name "Pullman" 
					was later changed to "Silverplate".  Reclamation completed Ft Worth May 11, 1945
				6260 Delivered to USAAF 11Dec43
					Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 23Jun44 due to mechanical failure at Great Bend AAF, KS
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6261 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec43
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI 9Apr44; arrived Chakulia, India 24Apr44
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 10Apr44.  Named ‘Stockett’s Rocket’
					(40th BG, 45th BS) lost over Hump Jun 15, 1944 while on mission to steel works at Yawata Kyoto, Japan.  
					MACR 6010 and 6600.  All 11 crew killed.
				6262 Delivered to USAAF 7Dec43.  Named ‘Round Trip Ticket’
					(444th BG, 678th BS, "Round Trip Ticket") shot down by Ki-45 (Nick) Dec 7, 1944, Mukden, Manchuria.  MACR 10041.
					All 11 crew were killed.
				6263 Delivered to USAAF 7Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 15Apr44.  Named ‘Sir Trofrepus’
					(462nd BG, 769th BS) ditched off Kurmitola, India due to engine fire Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 11300.  3 crew killed, 
					8 survived and were rescued.
				6264 Delivered to USAAF 16Dec43.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 13Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 29Apr44
					Named ‘O’Reilly’s Daughter’.  (468th BG, 792nd BS) suffered AAA damage and crew bailed out off 
					Chinese coast near Shanghai Aug 21, 1944 while returning from sortie to Yawata, Japan.  MACR 11297
				6265 Delivered to USAAF 10Dec43.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Raiden Maiden’
					On 5Nov44, about 30 minutes from Kalaikunda Airfield [B-1] on the return trip from Singapore 
					the engines failed due to fuel transfer problems and the plane glided to a landing.
					Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6266 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44; arrived Piardoba, India 5May44.
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 29Nov44
					Modified to TB-29Q.  Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Accident 30Apr45 landing at Roswell Auxiliary AAF #3, Dexter NM
					Reclamation completed Maxwell AFB Jul 2, 1946 as TB-29Q
				6267 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec43
					Assigned to 676 Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India.  Named ‘Winnie’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6268 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec43.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 29Apr44.  Named ‘Good Humpin’
					(40th BG, 44th BS) crashlanded due to engine failure during test flight
					at Chakulia, India Sep 16, 1944.  Condemned survey Sep 17, 1944. 
				6269 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec43.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 13Apr44.  Named ‘Smokey Stover’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 8Jan45.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6270 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec43
					Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS.  Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 15Apr44
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Case Ace’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 21Dec44.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6271 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec43.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 13Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 5May44.  Named ‘Hellin’ Helen’
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) crew bailed out near Loshan due to prop failure Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 6598
				6272 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec43.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 13May44
					Named ‘Miss Minette’.  Named ‘The Old Campaigner’
					Declared war weary 15Jan45.   Returned to USA Jan 30, 1945.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				6273 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44; arrived India 19Apr44.
					(58th BW, 462nd BG, 769th BS, "Old-Bitch-U-Airy Bess") returned to USA Jan 1, 1945 as war
					weary.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6274 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec43.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 14Apr44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 1May44
					Named ‘Lady Hamilton’.  (468th BG, 794th BS) shot down by Zero over China Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 6946,  
					3 crew killed, 8 crew bailed out and returned safely to base.  
				6275 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec43.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 16Apr44
					Named ‘Snafuper Bomber’.  Damaged over Omura, Japan Nov 20, 1944.  Crew bailed out 10 mi from
					base at Shinching, China.  One crew member KIA.
				6276 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec43.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 10Apr44
					Named ‘The Old Cracker Keg’.  Transferred to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Black Magic’
					(40th BG, 45th BS) crashed due to fuel starvation in CBI Dec 19, 1944.  Condemned Dec 22, 1944
				6277 Delivered to USAAF 30Dec43.  Named ‘Shanghai Lil’
					(444th BG, 679th BS) in forced landing in India after ran out of fuel Jun 4, 1944.  All crew survived.  
					Also listed as force landed 6Sep44 due to engine failure at Dudhkundi, India
				6278 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 14Apr44.  Named ‘Assid Test’
					Damaged 28May44 by friendly fire at Piardoba, India
					(462nd BG, 770th BS) crashed in China Sea due to unknown cause while on mission to aircraft factor at 
					Omura, Japan Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 9973.  All 11 crew killed.
				6279 Delivered to USAAF 29Dec43.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 1May44
					Named ‘Postville Express’.  Was the first B-29 to drop bombs on Japan.    (468th BG, 792nd BS) 
					On November 21, 1944 took off from Pengshan Airfield in China on a bombing mission over Omura. 
					Over the target the right blister of this bomber blew out and right gunner was sucked out. 
					The rest of the crew and bomber returned to base safely.  MACR 9866.  The gunner's remains were recovered post-war.
					Declared war weary 30Dec44.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49.
				6280 Delivered to USAAF 30Dec43.  Named ’Defiant Lassie’
					(444th BG, 676th BS) crashed into mountain near Fuling, China Oct 14, 1944 while om mission to Okayama 
					aircraft plant on Formosa.  MACR 9321.  All 11 crew killed.
				6281 Delivered to USAAF 24Dec43.  Assigned to 2532nd Army AF Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					Accident 26Jun44 due to mechanical failure taxying at Randolph AAF, TX. 
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 16Apr44.  Named ’20th Century Unlimited’
					Renamed ’Heavenly Body' Oct44.  (40th BG, 45th BS) crashed and exploded at Fanghsein, China while returning 
					from mission to aircraft factory at Omura, Japan Oct 25, 1944.  All 11 crew bailed out but one died as he 
					landed from wounds he suffered over the target.  10 crew survived and were rescued.
				6282 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 246th Army AF Base Unit, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed CONUS to CBI 2Apr44; arrived Chakulia, India 14Apr44
					Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 14Apr44
					(40th BG) ditched off Chittagong, India Jun 5, 1944.  Ditched in Bay of Bengal due to fuel transfer problem on 
					return from mission to bomb Bangkok, Thailand.   MACR 6602 and 5861
				6283 Delivered to USAAF 24Dec43.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6284 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec43.  Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 29Apr44
					Transferred to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India Oct44.  Named ‘The Challenger’
					Declared war weary 18Jan45. Returned to CONUS.
					Reclamation completed Pyote AMC Sep 30, 1946
				6285 Delivered to USAAF 24Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44; arrived Piardoba, India 18Apr44
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Ours’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 13Jan45.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6286 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec43
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India.  Named ‘Praying Mantis’
					(444th BG, 677th BS) crashed into Shsi-Ling (Snow Mountain) in China after ran out of fuel while
					returning from mission to steel works at Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 10590.  All 11 crew killed.
				6287 Delivered to USAAF 25Dec43.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed CONUS for CBI 5Apr44; arrived Piardoba, India 20Apr44.
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Assigned to the Air Depot 9Oct44
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 25Dec44
					Assigned to 2532nd Army AF Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					Taxi accident 26Jun45 Randolph AAF, TX
					Reclamation completed Randolph Field Jul 17, 1945
				6288 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec43.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 12Apr44
					(40th BG) crashed on takeoff from Hsinching (A-1) for photo mission Oct 22, 1944.  7 killed.
				6289 Delivered to USAAF 6Jan44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 19Apr44
					Named ‘Nippon Nipper’.  (40th BG, 44th BS) in ground fire at Chakulia, India Jul 8, 1944.  
				6290 Delivered to USAAF 10Jan44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 19Apr44
					Named ‘Wempy’s Blitzburger’
					(40th BG, 44th BS) collided on runway with B-29 42-65204 which was landing at Ankang Airfield Shaanxi, China
					while returning from mission to aircraft factory at Omura, Japan Nov 21, 1944.  All crew survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.  Condemned crash landing Nov 23, 1944
				6291 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 16Apr44
					(40th BG, 395th BS) crashed at Midnapore, india due to engine failure after take-off from Chakulia, India
					Jul 26, 1944
				6292 Delivered to USAAF 10Jan44.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Black Jack’
					Force landed 23May44 at Chharra , India
				6293 Delivered to USAAF 6Jan44. Assigned to 444th Bomb Group.  Emergency landing at Neisiang, China Jun 16, 1944. 
					Japanese aircraft destroyed the aircraft on the ground the next day.
				6294 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 7May44
					Named ‘Monsoon’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 10Jan45
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6295 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan44. Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 18Apr44.  Named ‘Monsoon Minnie’
					(40th BG, 45th BS) damaged by fighters over Japan Oct 17, 1944.  MACR 9511.  Also MACR 9322
					The aircraft was on a bombing run over Takao, Formosa when shot at by Japanese fighters. One of the turrets 
					was hit and the gunner was sucked out. Damaged 17Nov44 on a mission to Bangkok, Thailand from Chakulia, India. 
					The aircraft was hit by fighter fire, setting #3 engine on fire, forcing an emergency landing at Chittagong.
					Repaired and returned to CONUS.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49					
				6296 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan44.  (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed and burned near Chharra airfield, India May 15, 1944
				6297 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan44 Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 7May44.  Named ‘Ol’ 297’
					Damaged 6Jul44 due to engine failure at Chakulia, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 9Jan45
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6298 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 17Apr44.  Named ‘Katie’
					Damaged 3Nov44 when the aircraft blew a tire and ground looped, presumably at Hsinching, China. 
					Accident 2Dec44 landing at Hsinching, China.  To GIA, later salvaged
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6299 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44; arrived Piardoba, India 19Apr44.
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Humpin Honey’
					Named ‘Princess Patsy’.  (462nd BG) rammed by Ki-44 (Tojo) over Mukden, Manchuria Dec 7, 1944.  MACR 10125.  
					9 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				6300 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan44.  (444th BG, 677th BS) lost Nov 11, 1944, China on mission to Omura, Japan.  MACR 9688.
					Last seen leaving formation on return from target with all engines running.
				6301 (Delivered to USAAF 10Jan44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 17Apr44
					(40th BG, 25th BS) radar error sent aircraft off course and crashed
					in mountains near Kunlien, China Aug 20, 1944.  11 KIA.  MACR 7524
				6302 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan44.  (444th BG, 678th BS) force landed due to fuel starvation
					at Bera, India Jul 15, 1944
				6303 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan44
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB
					To the Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK
					Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Flown to Bolling Field, DC 20Feb44 for inspection by President Roosevelt. It is believed that 
					this was the first --and possibly the only -- time the President saw a B-29.
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI 4Apr44; arrived Chakulia, India 14Apr44.  Named ‘Typhoon McGoon III’
					Flown on the first B-29 combat mission to Bangkok, Thailand 5Jun44
					Transferred to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India 22Oct44
					Damaged 21/22Nov44 in air raid at Hsinching, China. Repaired and ferried back to Chakulia, India 9Dec44
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 19Dec44 – 10 missions
					Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM Mar45
					Assigned to 4105th Army AF Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ Nov45 for storage
					Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6304 (40th BG, 395th BS) ditched in Bay of Bengal, India due to fuel transfer problem Jun 5, 1944.  
					MACR 5860 and 6603.  Two crew died and 10 crew rescued after several days at sea.
42-6305/6354		Boeing B-29-10-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3439/3488.  Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6305 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed CONUS for CBI 10Apr44; arrived Piardoba, India 29Apr44.  Named ‘Starduster’
					(462nd Bg, 769th BS) crashed returning to Kuinglai, China after mechanical failure during takeoff
					Aug 20, 1944.  Condemned per survey in China and dropped Oct 1, 1944
				6306 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan44.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44; arrived Chakulia, India 17Apr44.  Named ‘Pampered Lady’
					Transferred to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Noted 9Sep44 at Hanchang, China covered in camouflage netting [presumably awaiting repair]
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 18Dec44.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6307 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan44.  Named ‘Blue Bonnet Belle’
					(444th BG, 676th BS) aircraft iced up stalled and crew bailed out over Himalayan Mountains Nov 12, 1944.  
					Aircraft crashed and exploded.  Seven crew members bailed out and were picked up by local Chinese.
					Four crewmembers were killed.
				6308 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan44.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS on 1Apr44 for CBI via Presque Isle, ME; Gander, Newfoundland; Marrakech, 
					French Morocco; Cairo, Egypt; Karachi, India to Chakulia, India. Arrived 12Apr44.  Named ‘Feather Merchant’
					(40th BG, 45th BS) crashed near Lachokow, China while returning from mission to steel works at
					Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 9686.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and were rescued by
					friendly Chinese who helped them get to Lachowow, China.
				6309 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan44
					(444th BG, 676th BS) missing over the Hump enroute from India to China Sep 2, 1944.  MACR 11296
				6310 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 14Apr44.  Named ‘Hump Happy Jr’
					Accident 16Aug44 during takeoff at Chakulia, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 30Nov44
  					Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Damaged by fire 13Apr45 at Chavez Airport, Mexico.  Reclamation complted Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6311 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44; arrived Piardoba, India 21Apr44.
					Assigned to 771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Night Mare’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 4Jan45.  Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6312 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed CONUS for CBI 7Apr44; arrived India 20Apr44.
					Assigned to 771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Mysterious Mistress’
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6313 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan44.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 14Apr44.  Named ‘Ding How’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 18Jan45.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6314 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 13Apr44
					Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group 3May44
					(468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed due to engine fire near Leipo, China Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 6597 and 6122
				6315 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan44.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Deacon’s Disciples’.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6316 Delivered to USAAF 21Jan44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44; arrived India 16Apr44.
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Excalibur’
					Accident 6Jul44 during takeoff from Chengtu, China.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 26Dec44
					Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6317 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan44.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Named ‘Hombicrismus’.  Modified for use as a fuel tanker over the Hump
					Accident 17May44 landing at Kharagpur, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS Dec44
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6318 Delivered to USAAF 22Jan44.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI 2Apr44; arrived Chakulia, India 17Apr44.
					(40th BG, 395th BS) crashed on takeoff at Chakulia, India Jun 4, 1944.  10 of 11 onboard killed.  
					Condemned Jun 5, 1944
				6319 Delivered to USAAF 21Jan44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 17Apr44.  Named ‘Himalaya Hussy’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 9Jan45.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6320 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44.  Assigned to 679th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Flying Stud’
					(444th BG, 697th BS) crashed due to engine fire near Suining, China Aug 20, 1944.  Brew bailed out, 
					all 12 were saved.  Condemned Aug 21, 1944
				6321 Delivered to USAAF 21Jan44.  Named ‘This Is It’
					(444th BG, 677th BS) destroyed in crash landing at Ankang Airfield Shaanxi in China Nov 21, 1944
					while returning from mission to aircraft factory in Omura, Japan.  All crew survived.
				6322 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 13Apr44.  Named ‘Bonnie Lee’
					(40th BG, 44th BS) crashed after takeoff 50 mi from Ankang, China due to double engine failure Dec 23, 1944
				6323 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44.  Named ‘Eileen’
					Modified for use as a fuel tanker over the Hump	renamed ‘Princess Eileen’
					(444th BG, 678th BS) crashed and burned near Chabua, north of Calcutta,India Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 11367.  
					All crew killed.
				6324 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan44
					Assigned to 679th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Transferred to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India when 679th BS was disbanded Oct44
					Named ‘Fubar’		“Fouled up beyond all Recognition”
					Crash landed May45 at Iwo Jima. All crew survived.
				6325 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan44
					Assigned to 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘B-Sweet’.  Named ‘No Papa‘
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6326 (Delivered to USAAF 25Jan44
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 18Apr44.
					(40th BG, 45th BS) crashlanded at Hsinching, China Jun 19, 1944.  Condemned survey in China Sep 16, 1944
				6327 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan44
					(444th BG, 678th BS) forcelanded near Chharra, India May 1, 1944
				6328 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan44
					Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed CONUS for CBI 8Apr44; arrived India 21Apr44
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					(462nd BG,770th BS) crashed on takeoff at Chengtu, China during a Hump mission Jun 27, 1944.  10 killed, two saved.
				6329 Delivered to USAAF 27Jan44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed CONUS for CBI 8Apr44; arrived India 16Apr44.
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Ding Hao’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 21Jan45
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6330 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan44. Named ‘Fickle Finger of Fate’
					(444th BG, 676th BS) crashed into a cliff nearKqanghan, China on return from mission to Yawata, Japan, 
					Aug 20, 1944.  Only one survivor.
				6331 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 2Apr44.
					Named ‘Gone With the Wind’.  Was the first B-29 to arrive in CBI.
					Declared war weary and used to transport gasoline to the forward operating base at Hsinching, China
					(40th BG, 25th BS) shot down by gunfire from British Beaufighter over Chittagon, Burma by mistake 
					Dec 20, 1944.  MACR 10589.  All 11 crew bailed out, but one was killed when his chute
					failed to open. The survivors were rescued.
				6332 Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44; arrived India 16Apr44.
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Belle of Baltimore’
					Combat damage by flak over Yawata, Japan 20Aug44. Crashed 10 miles east of Kwanghan [A-3], China, all crew saved.
					Condemned MIA Aug 21, 1944
				6333 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan44.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group 
					Modified as a tanker to haul fuel over the hump.  Named ‘Camel Caravan’.  Modified to TB-29Q
					Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Accident 7May45 landing at Roswell AAF, NM.  Reclamation completed Pyote Mar 2, 1949
				6334 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 14Apr44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 4May44
					Accident 25Jun44 landing at Kharagpur, India.  Named ‘Gertrude C’
					(468th BG, 794th BS) rammed by enemy Ki-45 fighter and crashed Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.
					All 12 crew KIA.
				6335 Delivered to USAAF 2Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44.  Named ‘Hoodlum House’
					(462nd BG, 769th BS) destroyed by fire on ground at
					Piaradoba, India May 12, 1944 due to gas explosion in rear area. Condemned survey Oct 18, 1944.  
				6336 (Delivered to USAAF 3Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 13Apr44.  (462nd BG, 771st BS) w/o in landing accident at Calcutta-
					Dum Dum, India Jun 5, 1944.  Was returning from mission to attack railroad shops at
					Bangkok, Thailand and ran out of fuel.  Condemned crash and survey Nov 6, 1944
				6337 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 8Apr44.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS
					Damaged 29Dec44 in a ground collision due to mechanical failure at Kelly AAF, TX 
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6338 Delivered to USAAF 7Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44. Damaged 14Apr44 during takeoff at Payne Field, Egypt. 
					Arrived India 8Jun44.  Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					Named ‘Patches’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 1Feb45
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6339 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44.  Assigned to 248th Army AF Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 9May44 taxying at Clovis AAF, NM.  Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1948
				6340 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India
					Force landed 16May44 due to engine failure at Chharra, India
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6341 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India
					Accident 21May44 taxying at Chharra, India
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6342 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 11May44.  Named ‘Sister Sue’.  Named ‘Tabooma’
					(40th BG, 395th BS) crashed 10 mi SW of Hsinching Airfield (A-1) Sichuan, China due to engine fire
					while returning from mission to Einansho Air Depot at Formosa Oct 16, 1944.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed
					out and survived.
				6343 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44.  Named ‘Mary’s Lil Lambs’
					(444th BG, 678th BS) 5 min after takEoff and spun in, crashing
					into side of a mountain Kwanghan, China Dec 27, 1944.  The aircraft was on a ferrying mission 
					from Dudhkundi, India, to Kwanghan, China
				6344 Delivered to USAAF 5Feb44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 11Apr44.  Named ‘Princess Patsy’
					Named ‘Old Firing Butt’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 15Dec44
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6345 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44.
					(462nd BG, 771st BS) w/o in forced landing due to engine fire enroute from Karachi to Piardoba, India
					Apr 21, 1944.  Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1944
				6346 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44; arrived India 1May44.
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Man-O-War’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 2Jan45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Accident 17Jul45 due to mechanical failure landing at Roswell AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AFB, TX Dec 21, 1949
				6347 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Gravelly Point, VA for CBI 8Apr44.  Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					Named ‘King Size’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 20Jan45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM.  Damaged by fire 17May45 at Roswell AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6348 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India.  Named ‘Bengal Lancer’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 19Jan45.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6349 Assigned to 4121st Army AF Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6350 Delivered to USAAF 11Feb44.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Named ‘Linda Lou’.  Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 10Apr44
					Crashed during emergency landing during ferry flight at Marrakech, French
					Morocco due to fire in air Apr 14, 1944
				6351 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 29Apr44.
					(40th BG, 25th BS) crashed while landing at Hsinching, China after raid on Showa steel worksat Anshan
					Jul 29, 1944.  Condemned crash and explosion in China 
					Aug 5, 1944
				6352 Delivered to USAAF 11Feb44.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Great Bend, KS
					Assigned to 679th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Transferred to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India when 679th BS was disbanded Oct44
					Named ‘Fu-Kemal’.  Deployed to CBI. Flew nine combat missions, thirty hump missions, and took credit for 
					sinking six Japanese vessels before being rotated back to the States where it became a trainer.
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949.  Scrapped 7Jul50
				6353 Delivered to USAAF 12Dec44.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Named ‘Big Poison’.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6354 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44
					Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS. Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 7Apr44; arrived India 30Apr44.
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Miss Lace’
					Damaged 28Jun44 during taxying at Piardoba, India.  Assigned to 86th Service Group
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 29Jan45
					Assigned to 3502nd Army AF Base Unit, Chanute AAF, IL. [probably used as a GIA at Chanute]
					Reclamation completed Chanute Apr 1, 1947 
42-6355/6404		Boeing B-29-15-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3489/3538.  Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6355 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb44.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Forced landing 13Jun44 2 miles N of Clovis AAF, NM.  Surveyed Clovis Jun 15, 1944
				6356 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 10Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 9May44.  Named ‘The Gusher’
					Modified as a fuel tanker. 20 Hump supply missions.  (468th BG, 792nd BS) suffered prop failure 
					on return from fuel delivery and crew bailed out over Fulin, China Aug 25, 1944 enroute from Pengshan, 
					China to Kharagpur, India.
				6357 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 14Apr44
					Assigned to 468th Bomb Group but crashed before receipt Apr 20, 1944 on landing at Karachi, India. 
					The aircraft slid along the ground and into a British barracks killing some soldiers.
				6358 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 14Apr44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 3May44
					(468nd BG, 794th BS, "Ding Hao") damaged during raid on aircraft factory in Omora, Japan and diverted 
					to Vladivostok, Russia Nov 21, 1944 and fell into Soviet hands.  MACR 9865.
					The interned crew was allowed to "escape" into American-occupied Iran in January 1945. The aircraft was 
					not returned to the Americans and instead used by the Russians in the Tu-4 Bull development effort.
					The aircraft was grounded as a reference aircraft
				6359 Delivered to USAAF 18Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 14Apr44; arrived India 29Apr44.  Named ‘Missouri Queen’.  Named ‘Vixen’
					(462nd BG, 770th BS) crashed into mountain near Qinyuan Shanxi, China Dec 7, 1944 while on mission
					to Manchuria airplane manufacturing company and adjacent arsenal at Mukden, Manchuria.  MACR 10124.
					All 11 crew killed.
				6360 Delivered to USAAF 18Feb44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group, Walker AAF, KS
					Departed Walker AAF, KS for CBI 14Apr44.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					(462nd BG) made wheels up belly landing at fighter airfield at LaoHoKow, China Sep 8, 1944 due to damage 
					from Japanese fighters while on mission to Anshan, China.  The aircraft was bombed and strafed on the 
					ground by Japanese fighters the following morning.  The aircraft was blown up by the crew.
					All 11 crew survived and were rescued.  
				6361 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44 (444th BG, 678th BS) crashed due to fuel starvation 60 miles from Kunming, China 
					Jun 5, 1944. Ten of the crew parachuted to safety.
				6362 (Delivered to USAAF 22Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 10Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 19Apr44
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) crashed in Pengshan, China shortly after takeoff 
					Nov 21, 1944.  Mission started in India, plane landed in China as a staging site for the next leg to Japan.
				6363 Assigned to 7th Ferrying Group, Boeing Field, Seattle, WA
					Crash landed 29Mar44 due to mechanical failure at Memphis Municipal Airport, Memphis, TN
					Assigned to 3705th Army AF Base Unit, Lowry AAF, CO
					Damaged 18May45 in a collision on the ground at Lowry AAF, CO.  To GIA 31Mar45 at Lowry AAF, CO
					Reclamation completed Lowry Field Mar 24, 1946
				6364 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 12, 1949
				6365 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb44.  Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 14Apr44
					Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 29Apr44
					Transferred to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India Oct44
					(468th BG, 794th BS, "Hap Arnold Special") During a night time raid on Omura on Kyushu, Japan, the 
					aircraft was damaged and with low fuel diverted to Vladivostok in the Soviet Union
					Nov 11, 1944 and fell into Soviet hands.  MACR 9664.  The interned crew was allowed to escape into 
					American-occupied Iran in January 1945. The aircraft was not returned to the Americans and instead 
					used by the Russians in the Tu-4 Bull development effort.
					The aircraft was disassembled at the Central Aerodrome in Moscow. 
				6366 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, 
					Clovis AAF, NM.  Accident 9Aug44 landing at Tinker AAF, OK.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Nov48
					Reclamation completed Robins AF Nov 8, 1949
				6367 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 25Apr49
				6368 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 13Apr44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 4May44.  Named ‘Calamity Sue’
					(468th BG, 794th BS) crashed after struck in tail stabilizer by piece of wreckage from B-29 42-6334
					that was rammed by enemy Ki-45 fighter and crashed Yawata Kyoto, Japan Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 9685.
					8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.  The plane departed Pengshan, China and took part in 
					a daylight mission to the Imperial Iron and Steel Works at Yawata, Japan . 
				6369 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 13Apr44
					Assigned to 468th Bomb Group but crashed before receipt in India
					(468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed in dust storm during ferry flight enroute from USA to
					Karachi, India Apr 21, 1944.  . The crew abandoned the aircraft, which crashed 20 miles 
					southeast of Karachi. 
				6370 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 10Apr44
					Assigned to 468th Bomb Group 20Apr44.  Named ‘Lethal Lady’
					(58th BW, 468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed 75 mi off Andaman Islands in Bay of Bengal during mission to
					Singapore Nov 5, 1944.  MACR 9577.  All 11 crew killed.
				6371 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM	Code K-90
					Accident 18May44 at Clovis AAF, NM.  To GIA at Clovis AAF, NM 20Nov46
					Reclamation completed Clovis Nov 20, 1946
				6372 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb44.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Crashed 27Jun44 NE of Walker AAF, KS when the landing gear failed to extend and a fire in #2 engine. Crew safe
					To CL-26 at Amarillo Jun 29, 1944
				6373 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					W/o when force landed 11Jul44 due to an engine fire and propeller malfunction at Walker AAF, KS
					Surveyed Walker AF, KS Jul 13, 1944
				6374 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Hill Field Sep 14, 1948
				6375 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed 2Jun44 when the aircraft was abandoned due to a fire 18 miles SE of Clovis AAF, NM
					Surveyed Clovis Jun 4, 1944
				6376 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44.  Assigned to 611th Army AF Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					To storage at Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6377 Delivered to USAAF 1Mar44.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 27May44 due to structural failure at Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 15Jul44 taxying at Great Bend AAF, KS
					Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, Isely AAF, Saipan
					Reclamation complete Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6378 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Accident 4Mar45 during take-off at Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclamation completed Davis-Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6379 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India
					Returned to USA and assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Crashed 17Sep45 near Copeland, KS. On a training flight out of Walker AFB, either the pilot or co-pilot 
					had worked on a farm in Copeland and deviated from their approved flight path to buzz the town. Plane 
					hit the ground and cart-wheeled through the farm of Ora Hatfield, killing Hatfield and his infant grandson and
 					severely burning Hatfield's wife and daughter. Entire crew killed. Claim for damages and loss-of-life was 
					initially denied by the USAAF because the training flight was off-course 
					and therefore not on official USAAF business. Claims by Hatfield family were finally granted by 
					Act of Congress in 1947.  Aircraft was surveyed Walker AF Sep 18, 1945
				6380 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Named ‘Queen of the Air’.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6381 Delivered to USAAF 1Mar44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Victorville AAF, CA Sep 14, 1948
				6382 Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 3Jun44
					Assigned to 770th/771st Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Big Chief’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 26Jan45.  Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6383 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar44.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group, Herington, KS, Jun44
					Ditched in ocean off coast of Africa during ferry flight enroute to India via Roberts Field, Georgetown, 
					Guiana Jun 17, 1944.  Crew survived.
				6384 Delivered to USAAF 6Mar44.  Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Written off 26Jul44 after take-off accident 20 miles north of Pratt AAF, KS
					To CL-26 at Pratt AF Aug 27, 1944
				6385 Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 5Jul44 taxying at Smoky Hill AAF, KS [probably used as a GIA at Chanute]
					reclamation completed Chanute Apr 29, 1949
				6386 Delivered to USAAF 7Mar44.  Assigned to 2532nd Army AF Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6387 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44.  Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Crashed 13Jun44 on take-off from Pratt AAF, KS.  To CL-26 at Pratt AF Jun 14, 1944
				6388 Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44.  Assigned to 243rd Army AF Base Unit, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 10Mar45 landing at Great Bend AAF, KS.  Reclamation completed Victorville AF Sep 18, 1948
				6389 Delivered to USAAF 2Mar44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 10Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 21Apr44.  Named ‘Party Girl’
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) lost in China Dec 7, 1944 while on mission to Manchuria Airplane Factory and
					arsenal at Mukden, Manchuria.  MACR 10100.  All 11 crew killed.
				6390 MSN 3524 Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 13Apr44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 4May44.  Named ‘Gallopin’ Goose’
					(468th BG, 794th BS) rammed by enemy Ki-44 fighter flown by Sgt. Shinobu Ikeda of the 25th Dokuritsu 
					Chuta iover Mukden, Manchuria Dec 7, 1944.  MACR 10101.
					10 crew KIA and 1 bailed out and became POW.
				6391 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr44.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group.  Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6392 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army AF Base Unit, 
					Alamogordo AAF, NM.  Reclamation completed Victorville AF Sep 14, 1948
				6393 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar44.  Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 40th Bomb Group.  Accident 22Jun45 due to mechanical failure landing at Roswell AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6394 Delivered to USAAF 7Mar44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army AF Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 28Jul44 due to mechanical failure at Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote Dec 21, 1949
				6395 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar44.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, 314th Bomb Wing
					Crashed 8Oct44 The aircraft was on a training flight from Pratt AAF, Pratt, Kansas. Crashed and burned 
					near the Texas refinery, 5 miles from the heart of Dallas, Texas
				6396 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Tinker AF May 14, 1947
				6397 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Million Dollar Baby’.  Declared war weary.  To Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949.
				6398 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army AF Base Unit, 
					Alamogordo AAF, NM.  Accident 16Jan45 due to mechanical failure 7 miles NW of Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Crashed 22Feb45 due to mechanical failure on take-off from Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Alamogordo Mar 1, 1945
				6399 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar44.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Agitator’
					Reclamation completed Davis Monthan Jun 27, 1949
				6400 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar44.  Assigned to 236th Army AF Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6401 Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6402 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar44.  Assigned to 243rd Army AF Base Unit, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Assigned to 435th Bomb Squadron, 333th Bomb Group
					Force landing 22Jun45 due to mechanical failure 7 miles ESE of Oklahoma City, OK 
					Reclamation completed Tinker AF, OK May 15, 1947
				6403 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar44.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 22Jun45 Tinker AAF, OK.  Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6404 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar44.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Accident 10Oct44 landing at Great Bend AAF, KS.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
42-6405/6454		Boeing B-29-20-BW Superfortress
				MSN 3539/3588.  Dispostions from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				6405 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar44.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 19Jul44 due to mechanical faliure over Strother AAF, KS
					Crashed 29Mar45 after the crew bailed out due to a fire 8 miles SW of Ragland, NM
					surveyed Clovis Mar 30, 1945
				6406 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar44.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Kelly Field Jan 14, 1949
				6407 Delivered to USAAF 23Mar44.  Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 27Aug44
					Transferred to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India Oct44.  Named ‘Lucky Seven’
					Declared war weary 11Jan45. Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6408 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 5Jun44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 25Jun44.  Named ‘Reddy Teddy’
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) suffered AAA damage and crew bailed out Yawata, Japan Aug 20, 1944.
					MACR 9687.  The aircraft was on a mission to Yawata when it was hit by flak and attacked by Japanese 
					fighters who gave its position and altitude to ground control then peeled away. The aircraft had an 
					explosion near the front when it was hit by flak; it was on fire and going down and the crew bailed out. 
					The aircraft crashed in Saienba, Kokura City, Fukuoka Prefecture. Three crewmembers were KIA and 8 
					crewmembers were POW’s. Seven were moved to Tokyo and imprisoned in Omori POW Camp and returned to 
					the United States after the war, the other died in hospital.
				6409 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar44.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, OK. 
					Departed Smoky Hill AAF, OK for CBI on 10Jun44; Arrived Kharagpur, India 30Jun44.  Named ‘The Uninvited’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 11Jan45.  Assigned to Roswell AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6410 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar44.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6411 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar44.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 26Aug44
					Declared war weary 30Dec44.  Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6412 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar44
					converted to F-13 photo-recon aircraft. Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF 
					Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM.  Accident 7Jul45 due to mechanical faliure landing at Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Redesignated RB-29 Jun 11, 1948. Reclamation completed Pyote AFB, TX Dec 21, 1949
				6413 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar44.  Assigned to 611th Army AF Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					To Eglin proving ground 8/31/45.  Reclamation at March AFB, CA completed Jul 31, 1946
				6414 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar44.  Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Assigned to 244th Army AF Base Unit, Harvard AAF, NB
					Accident 20Aug45 taking off at Harvard AAF, NB
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6415 Delivered to USAAF 23Mar44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6416 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, 
					Clovis AAF, NM.  Accident 3Jan45 on the ground at Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6417 (MSN 3551) with 73rd BW, 499th BG, 879th BS crashed in weather related accident 2 mi SE of Lorraine, KS
					Jul 7, 1944.  5 killed.  To CL-26 at Smoky Hill AF, KS Jul 9, 1944
				6418 Delivered to USAAF 23Mar44.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group 
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Jul44
					Crash landed 26Oct44 when the gear would not come down for a landing at Chakulia, India.
					Crash landed 14Jan45 at Chakulia, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 22Feb45
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6419 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6420 Delivered to USAAF 1Apr44.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Accident 27Jul44 due to engine failure landing at Walker AAF, KS
					Reclamation completed Seattle AAF, WA Oct 2, 1946
				6421 Delivered to USAAF 1Apr44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6422 Delivered to USAAF 1Apr44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6423 Delivered to USAAF 8Apr44.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Named ‘Urgin’ Virgin’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 29Nov45 reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6424 Delivered to USAAF 15Apr44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Davis Monthan AAF, AZ Jun 27, 1949
				6425 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr44.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Departed Pratt AAF, KS for CBI 16Jun44; Arrived Chakulia, India 7Jul44.  Named ‘B-Sweet’
					(40th BG) crashed 70 mi SW of Hsichang, China
					Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 7345.  The crew bailed out due to engine failure over the hump and were rescued by locals
				6426 Delivered to USAAF 5May44.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Accident 17Jan45 taxying at Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Accident 16Mar45 during taxying at Great Bend AAF, TX.  To storage at Davis Monthan 6/27/49
				6427 Delivered to USAAF 18May44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Tinker AF May 15, 1947
				6428 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar44.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Missing Gulf of Mexico (29th VHBG) Jan 9, 1945
				6429 Delivered to USAAF 1Apr44.  Assigned to 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6430 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 19Jan45 taxying at Clovis AAF, NM.  Accident 13Jun45 due to mechanical failure landing at Kirtland AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Kirtland AF, NM Jul 2, 1945
				6431 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar44.  Assigned to 4136th Army AF Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, Grand Island AAF, NB.  Accident 10Jun45 due to weather 10 miles N of Shawnee, OK
					Reclamation completed Tinker AF May 17, 1947
				6432 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr44.  Assigned to 238th Army AF Base Unit, Walker AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Apr 1, 1947
				6433 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr44.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Las Vegas AAF, Apr 9, 1946
				6434 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Seattle AAF Oct 2, 1946
				6435 Delivered to USAAF 7Apr44.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Crashed 29Aug44 at Rock Quary, 2 miles east of Tulsa Municipal Airport, OK. Crew bailed out
				6436 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 3Jan45 taxying at Clovis AAF, NM.  Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6437 Delivered to USAAF 1Apr44.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6438 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army AF Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Crashed 18Jan45 20 miles SW of Alamogordo, NM.  Reclamation completed Alamogordo, NM Jan 29, 1945
				6439 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr44.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 16Jun44 due to mechanical failure at Great Bend AAF, KS.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					To storage at Davis Monthan 2/28/46.  Reclamation completed Nov 30, 1948
				6440 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Tinker AF May 15, 1947
				6441 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr44.  Assigned to 243rd Army AF Base Unit, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Accident 25Sep44 due to mechanical failure landing at 
					Tinker AAF, OK.  Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6442 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 31Jul44 due to structural failure over the Nara Vista Range, Nara Vista, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6443 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6444 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI 1Jun44; arrived India 17Jun44.
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Humpin’ Honey’
					Crashed on takeoff at Piardoba airfield, India. Nov 5, 1944 due to engine failure during takeoff for a 
					mission to Singapore.  11 crew bailed out but one was killed.
				6445 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr44.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Reclamation completed Harlingen AF, TX May 24, 1946
				6446 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 26, 1949
				6447 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army AF Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 23Feb45 on the ground at Alamogordo AAF, NM.  Accident 12Apr45 landing at Lubbock AAF, TX
					Reclamation completed Kelly AA Jul 14, 1949
				6448 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6449 Delivered to USAAF 8Apr44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Tinker AF May 27, 1948
				6450 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr44.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclamation completed Kelly AF May 27, 1948
				6451 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army AF Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 15Feb45 due to mechanical failure taxying at Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Tinker AF May 15, 1947
				6452 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr44.  (444th BG, 679th BS) crashed near Agartala, India
					Aug 7, 1944.  Caught fire, crew bailed out
				6453 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army AF Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Reclamation completed Pyote AF Dec 21, 1949
				6454 Delivered to USAAF 15Apr44.  Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived 28Jun44
					Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India.  Named ‘Totin’ to Tokyo’
					Crash landing 4Sep44 at Kharagpur, India.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 21Jan45
					Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 3030th Army AF Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Accident 12Aug45 taxying at Roswell Auxiliary AAF #3, Dexter NM
					Reclamation completed Davis Monthan AF Jun 27, 1949
42-6455/6504		Douglas C-53-DO
				MSN 4907/4956
				6455 (MSN 4907) to USAAF Apr 20, 1942.  To RAF 32 Sqdn as Dakota II, RAF serial was MA928. 
					Transferred to Pan American shortly after export.  Crashed Mar 25, 1943, Agartala, India.
				6456 (MSN 4908) to RFC Aug 30, 1945.  To civil registry as NC45362, N12MA
				6457 (MSN 4909) to USAAF Apr 18, 1942.  To RAF as Dakota II HK867.  Transferred to Pan
					American shortly after export, RAF record card shows use
					in Middle East (267 Sqdn RAF, 1 MECCU RAF), but does not list fate.
				6458 (MSN 4910) to RFC Mar 5, 1945.  To PP-AVK, to PP-EDL, to Brazilian AF as
					FAB-EDL, to Clube Nautico Agua Limpa as PT-KVP.  Ultimate fate obscure.
				6459 (MSN 4911) to RFC Jan 12, 1945.  To NC18565 on 9 Feb 1945; to West German AF as XA-117 on 19 Oct 1962; 
					to N3101Q on 23 Sep 1969; wfu 1983
				6460 (MSN 4912) to RFC Aug 31, 1945.  To Western Airlines as NC45363 in 1945.  To N70M; current 2011.
				6461 (MSN 4913) W/o 13 Mar 1945 at Vitra, France, condemned salvage from battle damage Apr 20, 1945
				6462 (MSN 4914) to United Air Lines Jul 3, 1944 as NC19946.  By 1955 was N19946
					"Mainliner Rock Springs" of United Airlines.  To PP-YQS on 12 Aug 1956; w/o 15 Mar 1961 at Ponta Grossa, Brazil
				6463 (MSN 4915) crashed Aug 15, 1942 east of Garnett Peak, Peru, MA.  4 killed.
				6464 (MSN 4916) surveyed Grenada AAF, MS Jul 18, 1943
				6465 (MSN 4917) to USAAF Apr 18, 194, to US Navy Apr 27, 1942 as R4D-3 BuNo 05079
				6466 (MSN 4918) to US Navy Apr 20, 1942 as R4D-3 BuNo 05080.
				6467 (MSN 4919) to United Air Lines Nov 4, 1944.  By 1956 was
					N19925 of Northwest Airlines
				6468 (MSN 4920) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
				6469 (MSN 4921) to RFC Bush Field Sep 12, 1945
				6470 (MSN 4922) condemned salvage Army-Navy Liquidation Commission Oct 20, 1945.
					To VT-ATI of Tata Airlines Oct 1945.  Then to Air India.  W/o at Jammu Nov 13, 1947.
				6471 (MSN 4923) crashed after takeoff near Calcutta, India Aug 22, 1943.  20 killed.
				6472 (MSN 4924) to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				6473 (MSN 4925) to DPC Bush Field May 3, 1945. To NC45374 on 16 May 1945; to N65SA in 1954; to N6510 on 10 Oct 1967; 
					to N40FN in 1975; wfu 1982
				6474 (MSN 4926) to DPC Bush Field Jan 12, 1945.  To Aerovias Braniff as XA-DUJ, to Aerovias Inernacionales
					de Mexico (Aerovias Reforma) as XA-HIP, to Aero Mexico, still
					as XA-HIP, to N5139B, to N46TE, to Viking Express as N162E,
					to Pelican Air as N22RB, to Vintage Airways as N22RB.  W/o
					Aug 13, 2004 when flipped over on its back at Orlando Herndon
					Airport during Hurricane Charlie.
				6475 (MSN 4927) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under Lend-Lease
					May 1942. Became XT-45, then N8361C
				6476 (MSN 4928) to RFC Dec 19, 1944.  To NC19932 on 21 Mar 1945; wfu Sep 1982
				6477 (MSN 4929) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend-Lease Jun 1942.  Became XT-55
				6478 (MSN 4930) Delivered to USAAF 26May42; arrived UK 5Aug42; 8th AF 20Oct42; 12th 
					AF, Oran, Algeria 13Nov42; 12th AF, Italy 15Jul43; 8th AF, UK 
					15Jul43 but remained in Algeria; loaned to RAF for use by Air Chief Marshal Tedder, AOC-in-C. 
					Mediterranean Air Command; allocated serial ‘FD144’ [sic].  No.144 Maintenance Unit, Maison 
					Blanche, Algeria; modified for VIP use by installation of seats salvaged from the 
					wreck of a French airship; DULCIE; Supreme Commander MAAF 19Jan44; to Northolt, Middx, UK 
					20Jan44; Northolt Station Flight; Allied Expeditionary AF Communications Flight, 
					Heston, Middx 23Feb44; allocated serial TJ167 Feb 23, 1944;.  transferred for use by Air Chief 
					Marshal Leigh-Mallory, Air Commander-in-Chief Allied Expeditionary AF; SHAEF (RAF) 
					Communications Squadron, Gatwick, Sussex 15Oct44; Metropolitan Communications Squadron, Hendon; 
					transferred for use by Chief of the Air Staff, Marshal of the RAF Portal; No.5 Maintenance Unit, 
					Kemble, Glos 25Oct45, on the retirement of Portal; Relegated to ground
					instructional airframe Feb 3, 1947 with serial 6252M, Medical Training Establishment, Cheddington;  
 					Recaptured by US Government 31Jul47; sold by Foreign Liquidation Commission; Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland; Registered G-AJLC 2Apr47, cancelled 10Nov47; registered NC74139 [ntu?]; 
					Noted as G-AJLC at Prestwick early 1948; John Mahieu Aviation; Registered OO-APC 11Mar48, 
					cancelled 10Aug50; Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland; Registered N74139 Sep50; destroyed 
					when stalled after overshoot at Tampico, Mexico, and crashed on Isla del Fronton, Ozuluama 
					de Mascareñas 7Jun68
				6479 (MSN 4931) to USAAF Mayu 8, 1942.  To UK May 28, 1942.  to Egypt Jun 12, 1942.  
					To RAF as Dakota II FJ709 Jun 1942.  Appears as Dakota IV
					on RAF record card.  No record of fate
				6480 (MSN 4932) converted to XC-53A.  To AAF Museum Sep 21, 1945.  to N69032; to N48CG in Jun 1963; to N480G in 1967; 
					to CF-WGO on 15 Jun 1967; Colombia AF as FAC-657A; wfu.  Reported to be on display at Texas Flying Legends Museum.
				6481 (MSN 4933) to USAAF May 8, 1942.  To UK May 21, 1942.  To Egypt Jun 12, 1942.
					to RAF as Dakota II FJ710 Jun 1942.  117 Sqdn RAF.  Appears as Dakota IV
					on RAF record card.  No record of fate
				6482 (MSN 4934) Wfu 30 Aug 1943
				6483 (MSN 4935) Wfu 25 Sep 1945; to NC86584 in 1946; current 2011
				6484 (MSN 4936) to RFC Augusta, GA Sep 1, 1945.  ; to NC44996 on 22 Sep 1945; to XB-MIQ on 31 Mar 1950; to XC-BIY; to N90U; 
					to N9012 in Feb 1970; to N55KN; current 2011
				6485 (MSN 4937) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 4, 1945.  To NC86569 in 1946; wfu
				6486 (MSN 4938) condemned salvage from battle damage Dec 2, 1944
				6487 (MSN 4939) to RFC at Bush Field Nov 2, 1945.  To NC86589 on 2 Nov 1945; to N503 on 21 Apr 1953; to N2503 in Jun 1963; 
					to N9351R in Dec 1966; to N169RB in Jun 1971; wfu 1 Jul 2009
				6488 (MSN 4940) to RFC at Bush Field Dec 12, 1944. To NC49551 on 16 Jan 1945; w/o 20 Jan 1954 at Kansas City, MO
				6489 (MSN 4941) to Frontier Airlines as N15563 Nov 20, 1944.  WFU 1982
				6490 (MSN 4942) to US Navy May 20, 1942 as R4D-3 BuNo 05081
				6491 (MSn 4943) to US Navy May 20, 1942 as R4D-3 BuNo 05082.
				6492 (MSN 4944) to NC34952 with Braniff Airways on 11 Aug 1944; to N233PB in 1970; to N33PB on 27 May 1972; 
					to YV-427C on 25 Apr 1986
				6493 (MSN 4945) condemned in North Africa Sep 14, 1944
				6494 (MSN 4946) condemned salvage Army-Navy Liquidation
					Commisssion Oct 18, 1945.  To VT-ATK of Tata Airlines Oct 1945.  Then to Air India.  
					Cancelled Dec 3, 1949.
				6495 (MSN 4947) Wfu 16 Dec 1944; to NC49542 on 14 Jan 1945; to PP-XCM; to PP-VBR on 17 Jun 1950; wfu 1969
				6496 (MSN 4948) W/o 29 Jan 1944 at Bagnall, MO, surveyed US Mar 1944
				6497 (MSN 4949) condemned salvage not combat related Oct 7, 1944
				6498 (MSN 4950) condemned salvage not combat related Apr 8, 1943
				6499 (MSN 4951) to DPC Bush Field Nov 2, 1945.  To NC86587 on 1 Nov 1945; to N86SA in 1958; to N8661 in Oct 1967; current 2011
				6500 (MSN 4952) to China under Lend-Lease Jun 29, 1942
				6501 (MSN 4953) to China under Lend-Lease Jul 15, 1942
				6502 (MSN 4954) to USAAF Jun 14, 1942.  To Egypt Jun 30, 1942.  To RAF as Dakota IV FJ711 Jun 1942.  
					267 Sqdn RAF.  216 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  To South African AF.  28 Sqdn SAAF.  1 MECCU RAF. 
					SOC 9/22/1946.
				6503 (MSN 4955) to US Navy as R4D-3 BuNo 05083
				6504 (MSN 4956) to US Navy as R4D-3 BuNo 05084.
42-6505			Douglas C-52D-DO
				Commercial DC-3A-363 NC41831 (MSN 3275) taken over by USAAF from Swiftflite
					Sep 24, 1941.  Operated by PAA and RAF 267 Sqdn Mar 04, 1942.  
					Redesignated C-48C Mar 14 1942 with serial 42-38260, but this did not
					acually take place.  To RFC Bush Field Mar 5, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NC41831  (DPC Mar 16, 1945 - Mid Continent Airlines Jun 22, 1945 - 
					Braniff Aug 15, 1952 - Lake Central Airlines May 1 1953,  Then PK-ZDB (Zamrud
					Aviation *Nirbaya* Apr 18, 1968), PK-WWL (National Air Charter May 1975, lsd
					to Zamrud 1979). WFU Sep 1981 
42-6506/6580		Cancelled contract
42-6581			Platt-LePage XR-1A
				Crashed at Wright Field during hovering due to rotor blade
					problem, Pilot OK.  Following the damage at Wright Field, was returned to 
					Platt-LePage Aircraft for repair.  During this time, contract was cancelled
					By USAAF, along with 7 YR-1As.  To RFC at Eddystone, PA Feb 8, 1946.
					Sold to Helicopter Air Transport 
					(Camdem NJ).  HAT overhauled the XR-1A now NX-69450. Following 
					bankruptcy of HAT, XR-1A NX-69450 was sold to Frank Piasecki, (one of 
					the original design team members) Essington PA. Piasecki modified XR-1A 
					as a mock up for PA-2B, later mistakenly scrapped, parts of XR-1A are in 
					storage at New England Air Museum.
42-6582/6681		Lockheed A-28A-LO Hudson
				MSN 414-6757/6856.  Lend-Lease to RAF as Hudson Mk.VI
				6582 to RAF as Hudson VI EW873.  Diverted to RCAF.
				6583 to RAF as Hudson VI EW874. Retained by USAAF for transitin flight, not delivered to RAF..
				6584 to RAF as Hudson VI EW875.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				6585 to RAF as Hudson VI EW876.  SOC May 31, 1945
				6586 to RAF as Hudson VI EW877.  Crashed when lost power on takeoff at El Adem, Libya Feb 5, 1943
				6587 to RAF as Hudson VI EW878.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6588 to RAF as Hudson VI EW879.  Wrecked when swung on landing at Kabrit, Egypt and
					undercarriage collapsed Dec 8, 1942
				6589 to RAF as Hudson VI EW880.  Crashed during ferry flight to Middle East October 1942
				6590 to RAF as Hudson VI EW881.  Dived into ground at Riyan (probably near Aden as 
					aircraft was with Aden Conversion Flight) Sep 25, 1944
				6591 to RAF as Hudson VI EW882.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				6592 to RAF as Hudson VI EW883.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				6593 to RAF as Hudson VI EW884.  SOC Sep 20, 1945
				6594 to RAF as Hudson VI EW885.  Retained in USA for pilot training by PanAM at Miami Jun-Oct 1942.  To
					RAF Ferry Command in Canada as EW885.  DBR in Canada prior to Jul 1943.  
				6595 to RAF as Hudson VI EW886.  Crashed before delivery, no RAF service.
					Condemned in USA Aug 26, 1942
				6596 to RAF as Hudson VI EW887.  Wrecked when stalled on takeoff from Eastleigh, England
					and undercarriage collapsed Jan 15, 1945
				6597 to RAF as Hudson VI EW888.  SOC Mar 1, 1946
				6598 to RAF as Hudson VI EW889.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				6599 to RAF as Hudson VI EW890.  Wrecked when swung on landing at Kemble, England
					and undercarriage collapsed Aug 7l 1943
				6600 to RAF as Hudson VI EW891.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				6601 to RAF as Hudson VI EW892.  Crashed before delivery at Homestead Field
					FL Oct 2, 1942, no RAF service
				6602 to RAF as Hudson VI EW893.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6603 to RAF as Hudson VI EW894.  Wrecked when swung and undercarriage collapsed during
					takeoff from North Bay, Canada Jul 19, 1943
				6604 to RAF as Hudson VI EW895.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6605 to RAF as Hudson VI EW896.  Wrecked when swung on landing at North Bay, Canada and
					tipped up Jul 10, 1943
				6606 to RAF as Hudson VI EW897.  lost Jan 20, 1944
				6607 to RAF as Hudson VI EW898.  Crashed on delivery flight Aug 6, 1943
				6608 to RAF as Hudson VI EW899.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6609 to RAF as Hudson VI EW900.  Crashed when engine cut on takeoff from El Khana, Egypt
					Nov 4, 1942
				6610 to RAF as Hudson VI EW901.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6611 to RAF as Hudson VI EW902.  SOC Jan 25, 1945
				6612 to RAF as Hudson VI EW903.  MIA from night patrol mission off Dutch coast Nov 23, 1942
				6613 to RAF as Hudson VI EW904.  Destroyed by fire when swung on takeoff from
					Bircham Newton, England and cartwheeled Aug 17, 1943
				6614 to RAF as Hudson VI EW905.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
				6615 to RAF as Hudson VI EW906.  Flew into ground in Estrella Mountains, Portugal Feb 22, 1944
				6616 to RAF as Hudson VI EW907.  SOC Mar 31, 1946
				6617 to RAF as Hudson VI EW908.  Crashed on delivery flight, no RAF service
				6618 to RAF as Hudson VI EW909.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				6619 to RAF as Hudson VI EW910.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				6620 to RAF as Hudson VI EW911.  SOC Mar 31, 1946
				6621 to RAF as Hudson VI EW912.  MIA on night shipping strike mission off Dutch coast Nov 9, 1942
				6622 to RAF as Hudson VI EW913.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				6623 to RAF as Hudson VI EW914.  SOC Mar 31, 1946
				6624 to RAF as Hudson VI EW915.  Ran short of fuel, force-landed in Mauritania and
					interned Nov 3, 1942
				6625 to RAF as Hudson VI EW916.  Lost Feb 22, 1944
				6626 to RAF as Hudson VI EW917.  Sold for scrap Sep 3, 1947
				6627 to RAF as Hudson VI EW918.  Damaged by flak Oct 12, 1942 and subsequently SOC
				6628 to RAF as Hudson VI EW919.  MIA from partrol Jan 27, 1943
				6629 to RAF as Hudson VI EW920.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6630 to RAF as Hudson VI EW921.  MIA on patrol mission to Bay of Biscay Oct 20, 1942
				6631 to RAF as Hudson VI EW922.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6632 to RAF as Hudson VI EW923.  Destroyed by fire when failed to gain height after
					takeoff from Thorney Island, England and crashlanded Sep 7, 1942
				6633 to RAF as Hudson VI EW924.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6634 to RAF as Hudson VI EW925.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				6635 to RAF as Hudson VI EW926.  SOC Jul 1944
				6636 to RAF as Hudson VI EW927.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6637 to RAF as Hudson VI EW928.  No details on fate
				6638 to RAF as Hudson VI EW929.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6639 to RAF as Hudson VI EW930.  SOC Mar 31, 1946
				6640 to RAF as Hudson VI EW931.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6641 to RAF as Hudson VI EW932.  Crashed during ferry flight, no RAF service
				6642 to RAF as Hudson VI EW933.  SOC May 30, 1946
				6643 to RAF as Hudson VI EW934.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
				6644 to RAF as Hudson VI EW935.  Destroyed by fire when swung on takeoff at Jiwani
					and undercarriage collapsed Jun 2, 1943
				6645 to RAF as Hudson VI EW936.  SOC Aut 2, 1945.
				6646 to RAF as Hudson VI EW937.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				6647 to RAF as Hudson VI EW938.  Crashed during ferry flight, no RAF service
				6648 to RAF as Hudson VI EW939.  SOC Sep 30, 1945
				6649 to RAF as Hudson VI EW940.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
				6650 to RAF as Hudson VI EW941.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				6651 to RAF as Hudson VI EW942.  SOC May 20, 1947
				6652 to RAF as Hudson VI EW943.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed during takeoff
					at Hargeisa, Italian Somaliland May 18, 1945
				6653 to RAF as Hudson VI EW944.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff at Kabrit, Egypt
					and undercarriage collapsed Sep 5, 1942.
				6654 to RAF as Hudson VI EW945.  MIA on transport mission Nov 25, 1942
				6655 to RAF as Hudson VI EW946.  SOC Jan 15, 1945
				6656 to RAF as Hudson VI EW947.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				6657 to RAF as Hudson VI EW948.  SOC Aug 31, 1944.
				6658 (MSN 414-6833) to RAF as Hudson VI EW949 but NTU, then to RNZAF as NZ2091 Aug 3, 1942.  SOC Mar 1948
				6659 (MSN 414-6834) to RAF as Hudson VI EW950 but NTU, then to RNZAF as NZ2092 Aug 3, 1942.  SOC Mar 1948
				6660 to RAF as Hudson VI EW951
				6661 (MSN 414-6836) to RAF as Hudson VI EW952 but NTU, then to RNZAF as NZ2093 Aug 10, 1942.  Crashed
					just after takeoff from Ohakea Jul 15, 1943.  Aircraft caught fire and burned out.
				6662 (MSN 414-6837) to RAF as Hudson VI EW953, then to RNZAF as NZ2094 Aug 3, 1942.  SOC Mar 1948.
				6663 to RAF as Hudson VI EW954.  SOC Sep 28, 1944
				6664 to RAF as Hudson VI EW955.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				6665 to RAF as Hudson VI EW956  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service
				6666 to RAF as Hudson VI EW957.  Wrecked when belly landed at Masirah, Arabia
					when undercarriage jammed Feb 14,1945
				6667 to RAF as Hudson VI EW958.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				6668 to RAF as Hudson VI EW959.  SOC Mar 29, 1946
				6669 to RAF as Hudson VI EW960.  SOC Feb 29, 1945
				6670 to RAF as Hudson VI EW961.  Destroyed when struck by bomb during air raid
					on Kufra, Egypt Oct 14, 1942
				6671 to RAF as Hudson VI EW962.  SOC Jan 16, 1945
				6672 to RAF as Hudson VI EW963.  SOC Jan 25, 1945
				6673 to RAF as Hudson VI EW964.  DBR when swung on landing at Asmara, Eritrea
					and undercarriage collapsed Sep 7, 1942
				6674 to RAF as Hudson VI EW965.  SOC Dec 1, 1943
				6675 to RAF as Hudson VI EW966.  SOC Sep 4, 1943
				6676 to RAF as Hudson VI EW967.  SOC May 25, 1944
				6677 to RAF as Hudson VI EW968.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff at Khartoum,
					Sudan and undercarriage collapsed Oct 14, 1942
				6678 to RAF as Hudson VI EW969.  Crashed in Iran during ferry flight in bad
					weather Jan 18, 1943.
				6679 to RAF as Hudson VI EW970.  SOC Nov 30,1944
				6680 to RAF as Hudson VI EW971.  Crashed 4 mi NE of Bilbeis, Egypt when engine
					cut during overshoot Mar 16, 1944
				6681 to RAF as Hudson VI EW972.  Wrecked when blown over in gale at Gaya, India
					Jun 30, 1944.
42-6682/6771		Douglas SBD-3A Dauntless from USN.
				MSN 1209/1228, 1284/1313, 1404/1433, 1517/1526.  Delivered new to USAAF between Jul 1942 and Oct 1942.
				6682 to RFC McKellar Field Oct 17, 1944
				6683 to RFC Ponca City Oct 9, 1945
				6684 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 30, 1945
				6686 (56th BS, 48th BF) w/o in landing accident at Key Field, MS Mar 19, 1945.  To CL-26 Meridian Apr 2, 1943
				6687 to RFC Hot Box Field May 5, 1945
				6688 to 3349th AAFBU as TB-24A Oct 3, 1944.
				6689 to Mexico Feb 21, 1946
				6690 surveyed Camp Stewart Sep 26, 1943
				6691 to RFC Ontario, CA Mar 19, 1945
				6692 surveyed Meridian Mar 6, 1944
				6693 reclamation completed Meridian May 24, 1946
				6694 reclamation completed Baltimore May 23, 1945
				6695 (48 BG, 88 BS) crashed 15 mi W of Key Field, MS Jun 5, 1943
				6696 wrecked Tulsa, OK Sep 13, 1942
				6697 surveyed San Bernardino Air Service Command Sep 21, 1943
				6698 reclamation completed Kelly Field Jan 3, 1946
				6699 reclamation completed Meridian Jul 14, 1945
				6700 to RFC Muskogee, OK Sep 23, 1944
				6701 (MSN 1228) to CL-26 Hendricks Field, FL Feb 28, 1944
				6702 wrecked Hunter Field Jan 8, 1943.  Surveyed Feb 10, 1943
				6703 (312 BG, 387 BS) wrecked Hunter AAF, Savannah, GA Jan 24, 1943.  To CL-26
					Apr 8, 1943
				6704 surveyed Patterson Field Apr 15, 1943
				6705 to RFC Ontario, CA Jan 18, 1945
				6706 (MSN 1288) crashed Dec 10, 1943 Fourche Mountain, Eagleton (Mena), AR.
					Surveyed William-Northern Dec 21, 1943
				6707 reclamation completed Chanute Apr 9, 1946
				6708 condemned San Bernardino Feb 8, 1943
				6709 to RFC McKellar Sep 30, 1944
				6710 surveyed Drew Field Mar 30, 1943
				6711 (312 BG, 386 BS) crashed 10 mi SW of Parker, AX May 23, 1943
				6712 surveyed Bluethenthal Field, NC Jul 8, 1944
				6713 damaged in landing accident at Milton, PA Jun 29, 1943.  To CL-26 at Olmstead Field, PA Aug 10, 1943
				6714 wreckeed Neptune, TN Oct 7, 1942
				6715 condemned Key Field Jan 19, 1943
				6716 to excess inventory list Jul 5, 1943
				6717 (85 BG, 305 BS) wrecked 20 mi W of Blythe, CA Feb 10, 1943
				6718 to CL-26 Hunter Field Apr 30, 1943
				6719 (MSN 1301) wrecked Waycross, GA.  W/o 7 Sep 1942 at Alma, GA
				6720 to DPC Bush Field May 7, 1945
				6721 to WAA Feb 8, 1946
				6722 surveyed at Patterson AAF Apr 15, 1943
				6723 wrecked at Waycross, GA Sep 4, 1942
				6724 reclamation completed Robins AAF Jan 3, 1946
				6725 condemned salvage Sep 23, 1945.
				6726 reclamation completed Kelly AAF Sep 23, 1945
				6727 condemned Nov 4, 1942
				6728 reclamation completed Kelly AAF Jan 3, 1946
				6729 surveyed at Sarasota AAF, FL Aug 13, 1944
				6730 DPC Bush Field Feb 10, 1945
				6731 wrecked at Blythe AAB, CA Nov 22, 1942
				6732 crashed 3 mi SE of McBee, SC May 21, 1943.  Surveyed Drew AAF May 23, 1943
				6733 (MSN 1405) w/o 13 Oct 1943 at Oakland, CA
				6734 (84 BG, 303 BS) crashed at Mullet Key Bombing Range, FL Mar 9, 1943.  
					Reclamation completed Drew AAF Jul 14, 1945
				6735 (84 BG, 304 BS) flew into shallow water Drew Field, FL 3/11/1943.  Pilot injured.
				6736 wrecked 22 mi SE of Daniel Field, GA Dec 21, 1942
				6737 (MSN 1409) w/o 21 Aug 1944 at Baltimore AAF, MD, reclamation completed Baltimore AF Dec 21, 1944
				6738 (84 BG, 304 BS) crashed at Drew Field, FL Mar 28, 1943.  Condemned Savanna AAF Mar 31, 1943
				6739 reclamation completed Kelly AAF Jan 3, 1946
				6740 (312 BG, 386 BS) crashed 14 mi SE of Camp Polk, LA Apr 1, 1943.  Surveyed DeRidder AAF Apr 3, 1943
				6741 (312 BG, 389 BS) w/o as Rice AAF, CA Jun 7, 1943.  To RFC at McKellar Field Oct 27, 1944
				6742 DPB Bush Field Nov 11, 1944
				6743 (84 BG, 301 BS) crashed 9 mi SW of Avon Park, FL Feb 27, 1943.  Surveyed Avon Park AAF, FL Mar 5, 1943
				6744 (84 BG, 303 BS) crashed at Drew Field, FL Mar 10, 1943.  Surveyed Drew AAF Mar 16, 1943
				6745 (MSN 1417) surveyed Camp Stewart, GA Dec 4, 1943
				6746 DPC Bush Field Apr 16, 1945
				6747 (312 BG, 387 BS) crashed at Hunter Field, GA Feb 17, 1943.  Condemned Mobile Air Depot Feb 19, 1943.
				6748 (339 BG, 483 BS) crashed at Pass-a-Grlle, St Petersburg, FL Apr 26, 1943.
					To CL-26 Drew AAF, Tampa, FL Apr 29, 1943
				6749 reclamation completed Kelly AAF Jan 3, 1946
				6750 (84 BG, 301 BS) crashed 7 mi SW of Townsend, GA Jan 4, 1943.  Wrecked Hunter AAF Jan 11, 1943
				6751 RFC Hicks Field Oct 30, 1944
				6752 (MSN 1424) w/o 26 Nov 1942 at Key Field, MS; to CL-26 Mobile Air Depot Dec 9, 1942
				6753 to RFC Ontario, CA Jan 19, 1945
				6754 reclamation completed Reading AAF Jan 19, 1945
				6755 reclamation completed Bradley Field Feb 13, 1946
				6756 DPC Bush Field May 23, 1945
				6757 to RFC Ontario, CA Feb 2, 1945
				6758 to RFC McKellar Field Sep 8, 1945
				6759 (MSN 1431) w/o 25 Aug 1943 at Camp Davis, NC; surveyed Camp Davis, NC Aug 27, 1943
				6760 to RFC Woodward, Camden, SC Dec 14, 1944
				6761 (48 BG, 55 BS) crashed 16 mi NE of Key Field, MS Feb 25, 1943.
				6762 to WAA Feb 11, 1946
				6763 condemned Mobile Air Depot Feb 11, 1943
				6764 reclamation completed Kelly Field Jan 3,1 946
				6765 (84 BG, 302 BS) went missing Apr 26, 1943 between Tampa and
					Montbrook AAF, FL Apr 26, 1943.
				6766 surveyed Meridian Oct 22, 1943
				6767 (MSN 1522) w/o 28 Apr 1944 at Dannelly AAF, AL; reclamation completed Kelly Field Jan 3, 1946
				6768 to RFC Muskogee, OK Nov 25, 1944
				6769 to RFC Bush Field Mar 15, 1945
				6770 to RFC Cuero, TX Jan 29, 1945
				6771 wrecked Hunter Field, DBR Nov 23, 1942
42-6772/6831		Douglas A-24A Dauntless
				MSN 1527/1546, 1652/1681, 1802/1811
				6772 to RFC Woodward, Camden,SC Apr 18, 1945
				6773 (312 BG, 388 BS) damaged in takeoff accident at Rice AAF, CA Jun 28, 1943.
					Surveyed San Bernardino AAF Aug 1, 1943
				6774 (MSN 1529) wfu 20 Mar 1946 at Bradley Field, CT; reclamation completed Bradley Field Mar 20, 1946
				6775 to RFC Ponca City Jan 10, 1945
				6776 surveyed Drew Field Jun 15, 1944
				6777 to RFC Augusta Field Jun 15, 1944
				6778 to RFC Bush Field Mar 15, 1945
				6779 to RFC Omtario, CA Oct 22, 1945
				6780 (84th BG, 304th BS) in hard landing at Drew Field, FL 3/11/1943.  Crashed at Mullet Key Bombing
					Range, FL May 26, 1943.  Surveyed at Drew Field May 30, 1943
				6781 (48 BG, 56 BS) forcelanded 4  my E of Key Field, MS Mar 4, 1943.  Surveyed Key Field Mar 16, 1943.
				6782 DPC Woodward, SC Oct 18, 1945
				6783 (MAN 1538) remanufactured at QF-24A 48-044
				6784 surveyed Drew Field Mar 8, 1943
				6785 to RFC Ontario, CA Feb 7, 1945
				6786 reclamation completed Milliville AAF, NJ Oct 2, 1945
				6787 surveyed Gunter Field Apr 30, 1944
				6788 to RFC McKellar Field Dec 10, 1944
				6789 surveyed San Bernardino Air Depot Jul 30, 1943
				6790 (86 BG, 311 BS) wrecked Pachuta Bomb Range Jan 10, 1943
				6791 reclamation completed Patterson Field Mar 20, 1946
				6792 condemned Jan 29, 1944
				6793 surveyed Jul 30, 1943, San Bardardino AF.  Another report has this plane being converted to ZDF-24B drone
					and scrapped Nov 1951 at Wright Field
				6794 (48 BG, 56 BS) crashed 7 mi W of Morton, MS Mar 26, 1943.  Surveyed Meridian MS Mar 31, 1943
				6795 to RFC Hot Box Field Sep 10, 1944
				6796 (MSN 1656) w/o 7 Jan 1944 at State Line, MS; surveyed Selman Field Jan 13, 1944
				6797 (48 BG, 88 BS) crashed at Jackson AAB, MS Feb 22, 1943.  Condemned in USA Mar 5, 1943
				6798 reclamation completed La Fayette AF, LA Apr 1, 1946
				6799 to RFC Ponca City Dec 24, 1945
				6800 crashed at Atlanta, GA Feb 5, 1943.  Condemned Alanta AB Feb 13, 1943.
				6801 to RFC Ontario AAF Apr 22, 1945
				6802 to DPC Bush Field Dec 12, 1944
				6803 (48 BG, 56 BS) crashed 2 mi NW of Key Field, MS Feb 25, 1943.  On excessive inventory list Aug 5, 1945
				6804 9312 BG, 387 BS0 crashed at De Ridder AAB, LA Mar 3, 1943.  Surveyed DeRidder Apr 30, 1943
				6805 on excessive inventory list Aug 5, 1945
				6806 to RFC Hot Box Field, Muskogee, OK Apr 13, 1945
				6807 reclamation completed Seymour Johnson AAF Jul 14, 1945
				6808 to DPC Woodward Field, SC Dec r, 1944
				6809 condemned in USA Feb 9, 1943
				6810 reclamation completed Dover AF Oct 15, 1944
				6811 (48 BG, 56 BS) wrecked Key Field, DBR Jan 14, 1943
				6812 on excess inventory list Aug 5, 1945
				6813 on excess inventory list Aug 5, 1945
				6814 to RFC Ponca City Jan 24, 1945
				6815 to RFC Bush Field, GA Jan 24, 1945
				6816 to RFC McKellar Field Feb 1,1945
				6817 to CL-26 at Hamilton Field, CA Feb 1, 1945
				6818 to DPC Bush Field Mar 24, 1945
				6819 (MSN 1679) wrecked Desert Creek, NV Oct 21, 1944
				6820 (MSN 1680) got lost on training flight and crashed on Mt Rainier Apr 18, 1944.  Pilot killed.
					Surveyed May 13, 1944
				6821 condemned Jan 29, 1944
				6822 condemned May 29, 1944
				6823 surveyed Eglin Field Mar 31, 1945
				6824 (MSN 1804) reclamation completed San Bernardino AAF, CA Oct 22, 1945
				6825 to CL-26 at Camp Davia Mar 11, 1944
				6826 reclamation completed Kelly Field Jan 3,1 946
				6827 (48 BG, 56 BS) crashed at Key Field, MS Apr 6, 1943.  Surveyed Key Field Oct 6, 1945
				6828 to DPC Bush Field Oct 6, 1945
				6829 condemned salvage Oct 20, 1944
				6830 condemned Hawaii Air Depot May 24, 1943
				6831 reclamation completed Hill Field Jun 20, 1946
42-6832/6975		Vultee P-66 Vanguard 
				MSN 501/644.  Model 48C ordered by Sweden but embargoed by USAAF for delivery to France.  After the fall
					of France, the order was diverted to the UK for use in Canada and allocated RAF serials BW208/BW351 
					but not pursued with.  129 sent to China under Defense Aid.  15 retained by USAAF and used as advanced trainers.
				6832 was previously under test registration of NX19999.  May have been painted in Swedish markings as 501.  
					Painted in RAF markings with serial BW208.  Transferred to USAAF as 42-6832
				6833 was previously under test registration of NX28300.  Painted in RAF markings with serial BW209.  Tranferred
					to USAAF as 42-6833.  Defense Aid to China
				6834 painted in RAF markings with serial BW210.  Transferred to USAAF as 42-6834.  To China
				6835 painted in RAF markings with serial BW211.  Transferred to USAAF as 42-6835.  Condemned in USA Apr 29, 1942
				6836/6838 to China
				6839 to CL-26 at Davis Monthan AAF, AZ Jun 25, 1942
				6840 wrecked at Long Beach, CA due to engine failure Feb 11,1 942
				6841 wrecked at March AAF, CA Feb 9, 1942 and stripped for parts.
				6842/6845 to China
				6846 to CL-16 May 5, 1942 Oakland, CA
				6847 to China
				6848 pilot bailed out Dec 13, 1941 Daughtery Field, CA
				6849/6874 to China
				6875 wrecked at March AAF, CA Jan 28, 1942, to CL-26 Mar 16, 1942
					at San Bernardino Air Depot, CA
				6876/6877 to China
				6878 crashed into San Francisco Bay due to engine failure Feb 26, 1942. Pilot bailed out
				6879 to China
				6880 wrecked at March Field, CA Feb 2, 1942.  To CL-26 Mar 16, 1942
				6881 crashed and burned at Long Beach, CA Feb 1, 1942
				6882 to China
				6883 wrecked at Vultee factory Jan 28, 1942.  To CL-26 Mar 16, 1942
				6884 to China
				6885 wrecked at Daughtery Field Jan 8, 1942, condemned Apr 29, 1942
				6886/6906 to China
				6907 wrecked at Vultee Field, CA Jan 1, 1942. Condemend Jan 23, 1942
				6908 to China
				6909 ditched in San Francisco Bay Mar 2, 1942.  Pilot killed
				6910/6911 to China
				6912/6935 shipped to China boxed
				6936/6958 to China			
42-6976/7005		Ford B-24E-1-FO Liberator
				6977/7005 MSN 1/29
				6976 converted to C-87
				6977 (MSN 1) W/o 12 Jun 1943 at Bradford, OH 
				6983 (MSN 7) W/o 29 Jan 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				6985 (MSN 9) converted to C-87
				6986 (MSN 10) W/o 15 Mar 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				6988 (MSN 12) W/o 17 Dec 1944 at Fort Worth, TX 
				6990 (MSN 14) W/o 13 May 1943 at Biggs Field, TX 
				6992 (382nd BG, 538th BS) crashed on training mission
					near Shiprock, NM 5/8/1943.  4 crew killed.
				6993 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				6994 (MSN 18) W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				6996 (MSN 20) W/o 22 Aug 1944 at Fort Worth AAF, TX 
				6997 (MSN 21) W/o 7 May 1943 at Park Valley, UT 
				6999 (MSN 23) W/o 8 Jul 1944 at Walla Walla AAF, WA 
				7000 (MSN 24) W/o 13 May 1943 at Biggs Field, TX 
				7001 (MSN 25) W/o 24 Nov 1943 at Nashville, TN 
				7003 (MSN 27) W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Biggs Field, TX  
42-7006/7065		Ford B-24E-5-FO Liberator
				MSN 30/89
				7006 (MSN 30) W/o 14 Nov 1943 at Smyrna, TN 
				7007 (MSN 31) W/o 23 Oct 1943 in Idaho
				7011 ran out of fuel on training mission, July 3, 1943 and 
					crashed near Santa Barbara, CA.  2 crew missing.
				7012 (MSN 36) W/o 2 Mar 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				7014 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7016 (MSN 40) W/o 10 Aug 1943 at Nashville, TN 
				7017 (MSN 41) W/o 12 Jul 1943 at Smyrna, TN 
				7018 (MSN 42) W/o 5 Mar 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				7019 (MSN 43) W/o 25 Mar 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				7021 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7024 (MSN 48) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 18 Dec 1943 at Benbrock, TX 
				7025 (MSN 49) W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM
				7028 (MSN 52) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 2 May 1944 at Smyrna AAF, TN 
				7029 (MSN 53) W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Fort Worth, TX  
				7033 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7034 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7036 (MSN 60) W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Smyrna AAF, TN 
				7041 (MSN 65) W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Steins, NM 
				7043 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7049 (MSN 73) W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Biggs Field, TX 
				7050 (MSN 74) W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Fort Worth AAF, TX 
				7053 (MSN 77) crashed into the side of a 20 million cubic foot natural gas
					holding tank at 73rd Street and Central Park Avenue, Chicago, IL
					May 5, 1943.  12 killed.
				7054 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7059 (MSN 83) suffered failure of 3 engines over Mojave Desert Jun 22, 1943.
					All 9 crew members bailed out successfully, and the plane
					crashed S of Inyokern, CA.  W/o 26 Aug 1943 at Godley, TX
				7061 (MSN 85) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 2 Dec 1944 at Courtland, AL 
				7062 (MSN 86) W/o 8 Apr 1943 at Tarrant Field, TX 
				7063 (MSN 87) W/o 24 Dec 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				7064 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7065 (MSN 89) W/o 2 Jun 1943 at Deming AAF, NM 
42-7066/7122		Ford B-24E-10-FO Liberator
				MSN 90/146
				7066 (331st CCTS) crashed 3/2/1944 near Caspar AAG, Wyoming.  All 8 crew killed.
				7067 (MSN 91) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 27 Jun 1944 at Kirtland Field, NM 
				7068 (MSN 92) W/o 9 Jul 1943 at AAB, Casper, WY 
				7071 (MSN 95) W/o 15 Jun 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				7073 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Patterson Field, OH
				7074 W/o 26 Aug 1943 at Gowen Field, ID; repaired (?).  (464th BG, 776th BS) crashed Dec 19, 1943 
					at Kimama, ID.  8 killed.  Probable cause was icing.
				7078 crashed May 2, 1944 near Smyrna AAF, TN on training flight.  5 killed.
				7083 (MSN 107) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 20 Mar 1944 at Chandler, AZ 
				7086 (MSN 110) W/o 7 Jan 1944 at Pocatello AAB, ID 
				7088 (MSN 112) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 10 Dec 1943 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7090 (MSN 114) W/o 18 Aug 1943 at Wendover Field, UT 
				7091 (MSN 115) W/o 25 May 1943 at Kelly Field, TX 
				7092 (MSN 116) W/o 29 Oct 1943 at Fontana, CA 
				7097 (MSN 121) W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7099 (MSN 123) W/o 24 Jul 1943 at Blythe, CA 
				7100 (MSN 124) W/o 29 Nov 1943 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7103 stalled into the ground on takeoff from
					Westover Field, MA May 4, 1944.  3 killed.
				7106 (MSN 130) W/o 25 May 1943 at Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				7107 (MSN 131) W/o 18 Aug 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Corpus Christi, TX 
				7108 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7110 (MSN 134) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 15 Jan 1945 at Courtland AAF, AL 
				7112 (MSN 136) W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Salinas AAB, CA 
				7113 (MSN 137) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 14 Jan 1945 at Tom Creek, AL 
				7114 (MSN 138) W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Wendover Field, UT 
				7116 (MSN 140) W/o 25 Aug 1943 at Lowry Field, CO 
				7117 (MSN 141) W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7118 crashed into mountains near June Lake, CA
					on training mission Jun 21, 1943.  All 7 crew killed.
				7119 crashed at Weed, California Jun 10, 1943 due to mechanical failure and possible electrical system
					failure.  4 bailed out, six killed.
				7120 (MSN 144) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 4 Dec 1944 at Town Creek, AL 
				7122 (MSN 146) W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Indio, CA 
42-7123/7171		Ford B-24E-15-FO Liberator
				MSN 147/195
				7124 (MSN 148) W/o 9 Jul 1943 at Orogrande, NM 
				7125 (MSN 149) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 27 Sep 1944 at Tucumcari, NM 
				7126 crashed 3/3/1944 in bad weather near Sugarpine Mountain, Lake
					Arrowhead, CA.  4 crew killed.
				7129 (MSN 153) W/o 14 Aug 1943 at Ellsworth, KS 
				7130 (MSN 154) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 24 Jan 1944 at Langley Field, VA 
				7131 (MSN 155) W/o 12 Jun 1943 at Soledad, CA 
				7132 (MSN 156) W/o 25 Oct 1943 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7134 (MSN 158) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 2 Feb 1944 at Langley Field, VA 
				7135 (MSN 159) W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Smoky Hill AAF, KS 
				7136 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7137 (MSN 161) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 29 Mar 1944 at Biggs Field, TX 
				7139 (MSN 163) W/o 1 May 1944 at Macon, GA 
				7141 (MSN 165) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 5 Jan 1944 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7144 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7146 (MSN 170) W/o 15 Jun 1943 at 52 miles from Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				7147 (MSM 171) W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Blythe AAB, CA 
				7148 (MSN 172) W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7151 (MSN 175) W/o 27 Jul 1943 at Belen, NM 
				7152 (MSN 176) W/o 1 Sep 1943 at Biggs Field, TX 
				7153 (MSN 177) W/o 31 Aug 1943 30 miles from Alamogordo AAB, NM 
				7154 (MSN 178) W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Natrona, WY 
				7155 (MSN 179) W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Scottsbluff, NE 
				7157 (MSN 181) W/o 24 Oct 1944 at Tonopah AAF, NV 
				7159 (MSN 183) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 8 Aug 1943 at Wendover AAB, UT 
				7160 (MSN 184) crashed on San Miguel Island, CA July 3, 1943 while searching for lost 42-7011.  All 12 crew killed.
				7161 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7163 (MSN 187) W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Kelly Field, TX 
				7165 crashed on Mt Logan near Shawnee, CO Sep 30, 1943.  11 killed,
					one parachuted to safety.  There is a plaque at the crash site.
				7169 (445th BG) crashed Feb 24, 1945 after takeoff one mile S of
					Tibenham, England.  5 aboard survived, 4 killed.
				7171 (MSN 195) W/o 1 Dec 1943 at Tonapah, NV; repaired (?); SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
42-7172/7229		Ford B-24E-20-FO Liberator
				MSN 196/253
				7172 (MSN 196) W/o 10 Apr 1944 at Nashville, TN 
				7176 (MSN 200) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 4 Aug 1944 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7177 (MSN 201) W/o 11 Sep 1943 at Sioux City AAB, IA 
				7179 (MSN 203) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 24 Feb 1944 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7180 (MSN 204) crashed on Green Mountain 35 mi from Casper, WY Jul 5, 1943 .  12 crew killed.
				7182 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7183 collided with 42-7408 near Lakeside, UT Dec 29, 1943.
					12 on board 7183 killed, 12 on board 7408 killed.
				7186 (MSN 210) W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7188 (MSN 212) W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Maxwell Field, AL; repaired (?).  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7190 (MSN 214) W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Natoma, KS 
				7191 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7196 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7201 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7203 (MSN 227) W/o 13 Aug 1943 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7205 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7216 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7218 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7220 (MSN 244) W/o 28 Jul 1943 at Casper AAB, WY 
				7221 converted to XC-109.  Lost Aug 28, 1944, Tezpur area, India
				7222 (MSN 246) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 16 Sep 1944 at Maxwell Field, AL 
				7225 (MSN 249) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 12 Dec 1943 in Atlantic Ocean of Massachusetts
				7227 (MSN 251) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 28 Nov 1943 at Muroc AAF, CA 
				7228 (MSN 252) W/o 12 Oct 1943 at Gowen Field, Boise, ID 
				7229 (MSN 253) W/o 6 Sep 1943 at Biggs Field, TX 
42-7230/7464		Ford B-24E-25-FO Liberator
				MSN 254/488
				7235 (MSN 259) W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Liberal, KS 
				7237 (MSN 261) W/o 2 Sep 1943 at Sioux City, IA 
				7239 (MSN 263) W/o 12 Mar 1944 at Mountain Home AAF, ID 
				7240 (MSN 264) W/o 17 Dec 1944 at Fort Worth, TX 
				7249 (MSN 273) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 20 Oct 1944 at Lemmon, SD 
				7256 (MSN 280) W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Ashville, NC 
				7262 (MSN 286) W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Camp Haan, CA 
				7266 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7268 (MSN 292) W/o 9 Aug 1943 at Pueblo AAB, CO 
				7271 (MSN 295) W/o 16 Nov 1943 at San Bernardino AAB, CA 
				7273 (MSN 297) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 3 Dec 1943 at Chatham Field, GA 
				7275 (MSN 299) W/o 1 Nov 1943 at March Field, CA; repaired (?); SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7276 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7280 (MSN 304) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 19 Dec 1944 at Liberal AAF, KS
				7283 (MSN 307) W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Barstow, TX 
				7287 (MSN 311) W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Charleston AAF, SC 
				7290 (MSN 314) W/o 4 Oct 1943 at Gulfport Field, MS 
				7291 (MSN 315) W/o 2 Nov 1943 at Maxwell Feld, AL 
				7293 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7296 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7299 (MSN 323) W/o 21 Dec 1943 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7300 (MSN 324) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 31 Mar 1945 at Perkinston, MS 
				7305 (MSN 329) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 17 Jan 1944 at Langley Field, VA 
				7308 (MSN 332) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 23 Dec 1943 at Kirtland Field, NM 
				7310 (MSN 334) W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Safford, AZ 
				7311 (MSN 335) W/o 28 Jul 1943 at Adena, CO 
				7312 (MSN 336) W/o 6 Sep 1943 at Wendover Field, UT 
				7313 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7316 collided in midair with 42-7363 6 mi N of Liberal AAF Nov 25, 1943.
					All aboard killed.
				7318 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7319 (MSN 343) W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Orlando AAF, FL 
				7320 (MSN 344) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 13 Jan 1944 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7323 (MSN 347) W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7324 (MSN 348) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 1 Apr 1944 at Gage AAAF, OK 
				7334 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7339 (MSN 363) W/o 8 Jan 1944 at Claremont, VA 
				7340 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7341 (MSN 365) Redes as RB-24E; wfu
				7342 (MSN 366) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 11 Aug 1944 at La Junta, CO 
				7343 (MSN 367) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 10 Sep 1944 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7344 (471st BG, 804th BS) crashed Aug 16, 1943.  7 killed.  I also have an MACR report
					of this plane being lost Apr 12, 1944, South Pacific with 868th BG, but this was 42-73446.
				7345 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7347 (MSN 371) collided with 41-28508 near Westover Field, MA.
					May 18, 1944.  5 killed. 41-28508 landed safely.
				7349 (MSN 373) W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Kirtland Field, NM 
				7350 (MSN 374) crash-landed 22 mi SE of Willcoz, AZ Mar 22, 1944.  4 killed, 5 injured.
				7351 (MSN 375) W/o 1 Sep 1943 at Pocatello AAB, ID 
				7353 (MSN 377) W/o 9 Jul 1944 at Fort Worth AAF, TX 
				7354 (MSN 378) W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Fort Worth AAF, TX 
				7355 (MSN 379) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 4 Feb 1944 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7357 (MSN 381) W/o 8 Jan 1944 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7362 (MSN 386) W/o 25 Jul 1943 at Fort Worth AAF, TX 
				7363 collided in midair with 42-7316 6 mi N of Liberal AAF, KS Nov 25, 1943.  All aboard killed.
				7365 (464th BG) lost in training accident at Pocatello Jan 9, 1944. 7 killed, 3 survived.
				7366 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7368 (MSN 392) W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Fort Worth AAF, TX 
				7369 (MSN 393) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 22 Mar 1944 at Kirtland Field, NM 
				7372 (MSN 396) W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Liberal AAF, KS 
				7381 (MSN 405) W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Fort Worth AAF 
				7383 (MSN 407) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 21 Sep 1944 at Kirtland Field, NM 
				7384 (MSN 408) W/o 8 Jul 1944 at Woodrum Field, VA 
				7386 (MSN 410) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 8 Jun 1944 at Kirtland Field, NM 
				7389 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7392 (MSN 416) W/o 14 Feb 1944 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7398 (MSN 422) W/o 6 Jan 1944 at Hugo, CO 
				7399 (MSN 423) W/o 14 Sep 1943 at Casper AAB, WY 
				7400 (MSN 424) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 20 Mar 1944 at Biggs Field, TX 
				7405 (MSN 429) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 7 Jun 1945 at Liberal, KS 
				7408 collided with 42-7183 near Lakeside, UT Dec 29, 1943.
					13 on board 7408 killed, 12 on board 7183 killed.
				7409 (383rd CCTS) crashed near Floyada, TX Mar 26, 1944 during
					night navigation mission.  All 9 onboard killed.
				7411 (MSN 435) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 25 May 1945 at 30 miles from Dodge City, KS 
				7412 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7414 served as Combat Crew Training School training plane at Casper AAB ca 1943-44
				7415 (MSN 439) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 13 Sep 1944 at 55 miles from Mountain Home AAF, ID 
				7416 (610th PTTS) crashed Apr 14, 1944 near Tuskegeee Army Air Field.
				7417 crashed into Bull Mountain, VA 3/15/1944.  All crew killed.
				7420 (MSN 444) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 22 Jan 1944 at Langley Field, VA 
				7421 (MSN 445) W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Goodfellow Field, TX 
				7422 (MSN 446) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 8 Jan 1945 at Goldfield, NV 
				7423 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7428 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7430 (MSN 454) W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Granbury, TX 
				7431 (MSN 455) W/o 25 Oct 1943 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7434 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7436 (MSN 460) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 31 Mar 1944 at Gate, OK 
				7438 (MSN 462) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 13 Jun 1944 at Smyrna AAF, TN 
				7445 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7446 (1014 PTTS, 96 PTTG) collided in midair with B-24D 41-1113 5 mi NE of Fort Worth, Texas Sep 3, 1943.
				7449 (MSN 473) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 29 Dec 1943 at Davis-Monthan Field, AZ 
				7450 (MSN 474) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 29 Dec 1943 at Gowen Field, ID 
				7451 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7453 (MSN 477) W/o 9 Aug 1943 at Winstom Salem, NC 
				7454 (MSN 478) W/o 30 Jan 1944 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
				7457 (MSN 481) W/o 26 Dec 1943 at Thorpe Abbotts, UK
				7458 (MSN 482) W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Denver, CO 
				7460 (MSN 484) W/o 20 Nov 1943 at Hammer Field, CA 
				7461 (MSN 485) W/o 2 Nov 1943 at Maxwell Feld, AL
				7464 (MSN 488) Redes as RB-24E; w/o 2 Jan 1944 in Colorado
42-7465/7717		Ford B-24H-1-FO Liberator
				MSN 489/741
				7466 (392 BG, 578 BS, *Ford's Folly*) shot down by AAA Sept 11, 1944 over Koblenz, Germany.
					8 crew KIA, 2 POW.  MACR 8850.
				7467 (392 BG, 578 BS) crash-landed Aug 24, 1943 in Aspull, Lancashire, UK.  One killed.
					W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Burtonwood, UK
				7468 (392nd BG) crashed near Bold, St. Helens, England Aug 30, 1943.  All 9 onboard killed
				7469 (392 BG, 579 BS, "Rose of Juarez") crashlanded Apr 8, 1944 at Wendling, UK.
				7470 (392nd BG, 579th BS, "Exterminator") shot down by fighter over North Sea
					off Germany Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 879.  10 KIA
				7471 (392nd BG, 579th BS, "Mack's Sack") collided with crashing B-24H
					42-7481 and crashed Oct 4, 1943 into North Sea.  MACR 890.  10 KIA
				7473 (392 BG, 579 BS) crashed Mar 6, 1944 on takeoff
					at Church Farm, Great Dunham, UK.
				7474 (392nd BG, 579th BS, "Satan's Flame") shot down by Bf 109G of JG ll/II
				 	Oct 4, 1943 over North Sea off Germany.  MACR 891.  10 KIA.
				7475 (MSN 499) W/o 20 Aug 1943 at Presque Isle AAB, ME 
				7476 (MSN 500) 66th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF crashed from unknown cause 4 Jan 1944 at RAF Shipdam, UK.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7477 (392nd BG, 579th BS, "The Drip") shot down by marine flak
					and crashed into North Sea W of Domburg, Netherlands
					Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1165.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				7478 (392 BG, 578 BS) crashed Oct 9, 1944 at West Bradenham,
					near Wendling, UK.
				7479 (392nd BG, 577th BS) MIA Jan 4, 1944 over North Sea.  MACR 1909
				7480 (392 BG, 578 BS) crashlanded Feb 9, 1944 at Wending, UK.
				7481 (392nd BG, 579th BS, "The Drip") shot down by Oblt Heinz Knoke in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 11/5, then collided with B-24H 42-7471 and crashed into
					North Sea 100 km N of Ameland, Germany Oct 4, 1943.  MACR 892.
					8 crew bailed out but all 11 KIA.
				7482 (392nd BG, 577th BS, "Shack Rat") shot down by a Bf-110G-4 of NJG 5 at Langeness Island, Germany Jan 4, 1944. 10 KIA. MACR 1908.
				7483 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "Big Dog") damaged by AAA then shot down by
					Obfw Hans Heitmann in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/4 Nov 13, 1943 over 
					Zwartsluis, Netherlands.  MACR 1553.  10 POW.
				7484 (392nd BG, 578th BS) MIA Jan 29, 1944, Waterloo, Belgium.  MACR 2548.
				7485 (392 BG, 578 BS, "Alfred") crashlanded Jan 6, 1944 at Pretty Corner, Sheringham, UK.
					4 killed, 1 died of injuries 4 days later.  5 OK.  MACR 16033.
				7486 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "The Shark")  shot down by Uffz Walbeck in Bf 109T of Jasta
					Helgoland and and crashed into North Sea 117 km SW of Hanstholm, Norway Nov 18, 1943.  MACR 1503.  10 KIA
				7487 ((392nd BG, 576th BS, "Million $ Baby") shot down by Hptm. Werner Borchers in Bf-110G-4 of NJG 5/III. 
					Stab near Niebüll, Germany Jan 4, 1944. 4 KIA, 6 POW. MACR 1907.
				7488 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "Hellz-a-Droppin") shot down by Hptm Paul
					Szameitat in Ju 88C-6 of NJG 3/5 Oct 8, 1943 during attack on U-boat
					construction facility at Vegesack, Germany.  MACR 880.  10 men bailed
					out, aircraft crashed at Oerdingen, Germany.  8 POW, 2 KIA, 
				7489 (392nd BG, 577th BS) ditched Mar 5, 1944 in English
					Channel.  MACR 3585.
				7490 (392nd BG, 578th BS, 'Big Ass Bird') shot down by FW Ludwig
					Reinbacher in Fw 190A of JG 11/1 5 km NW of Ueden,
					Germany Nov 5, 1943.  11 crew KIA.  MACR 1163
				7491 (392nd BG, 578th BS) MIA Mar 3, 1944 near Heligoland.  MACR 2800
				7492 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7493 (392nd BG, 577th BS, "Gregory the Great") shot down by Uffz
					Losch in Fw 190A of JG 11/1 at Friedrichskoog,
					Germany Nov 26, 1943, Germany.  MACR 1494.  10 KIA.
					MACR 1494 is also listed as referring to 42-12905 (or 42-12995).
				7494 (446th BG, 704th BS, "Bumbs Away") hit by AAA over Texel on mission 
					to Bremen then slid into B-24 of 392nd BG and sheering its tail turret, regained
					control but crashed into North Sea off Netherlands on return Dec 20, 1943 and 10 KIA.  MACR 1735
				7496 (392nd BG, 577th BS) shot down Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2946.
				7497 (392nd BG, 577th BS) crashed Mar 18, 1944 near Strasbourg, France.  MACR 3322
				7500 (392nd BG, 576th BS, "Sky Queen") damaged by AAA then shot down
					by Oblt. Wilhelm Kientsch in Bf 109G06 of JG 27/ NW of
					Bremen, Germany Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1734.  4 KIA, 6 POW
				7501 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Oblt Artur Besse of JG 26/1 9 km WE of
					Neufchatel-en-Bray, France Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 2360.  4 crew killed, 6 bailed out (4 became POW, 2
					evaded capture)
				7502 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "Bakadori") damaged by fighters Nov 18, 1943, interned in Sweden.  MACR 1504
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				7503 (392nd BG, 577th BS, "Miss America") No 2 engine hit by a bomb
					above and was damaged by a fighter, on the return was shot
					down by Lt. Leopold Munster in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/6
					45 km NE of Great Yarmouth, UK Nov 13, 1943 over North Sea.  MACR 1552
					10 KIA.
				7504 (MSN 528) 330th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF in landing accident at RAF Hardwick Airfield, Norfolk, England 16 Jun 1944 
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7505 ("Old Faithfull") with 446th BG, 706h BS, damaged on landing Bungay, England lost Aug 27, 1944.
				7506 (392nd BG, 576th BS, "Southern Comfort XII") shot down by
					Fw. Heinz Stower in Fw 190A of JG 11/3 and crashed into
					Dollart Bay S of Emden, Germany Dec 11, 1943.  MACR 1733.
					8 KIA, 2 POW
				7507 (44th BG, 68th BS "Heaven Can Wait") ran out of fuel on final
					aproach to base and slid in on belly.  Aircraft destroyed in
					fire but all crew escaped
				7508 (455th BG, 703rd BS, "Liberty Belle") shot down by Obfw. Karl-Heinz
					Munsche in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/9 at Les Petites-Armoises,
					France Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 4132.  6 KIA, 4 POW
				7509 (MSN 533) 506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) salvaged Aug 8, 1944 at RAF Shipdam, UK due to battle damage
					after returning from mission to Langenhagen, Germany.
				7510 (392nd BG, 579th BS) MIA Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4461.
				7511 (392nd BG, 576th BS) shot down Feb 24, 1944 over Gotha, Germany.  MACR 2947
				7512 (445th BG, 703rd BS, *Gremlins Roost*) shot down by Fw 190s  near 
					Friedrichskoog, Germany Jan 5, 1944.  6 KIA, rest POW.  Luftwaffe pilots known to be in 
					the area and claiming a B-24 were Walter Oseau and Horst Maier.  MACR 2510.
				7513 (445th BG, 702nd BS, *Pistol Packing Mama*) suffered double engine failure enroute to target and
					interned at Dubendorf, Switzerland Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3333.
				7514 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Oblt Artur Beese of JG 26/1 Jan 21, 1944
					and crashed at Neuville-Ferrieres 4 mi SSW of Neufchatel, France.  MACR 2359.  7 crew killed, 3 bailed
					out and became POW.
				7515 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2550
				7516 (MSN 540) W/o 20 Sep 1944 at Horsham St Faith, UK
				7517 (445th BG, 702nd BS) lost Jeb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2551.
				7518 (392nd BG, 578th BS, 'Hard To Get') shot down Mar 18, 1944 over Schramberg, Germany.  MACR 3323.
				7519 (93rd BG, 328th BS, 8th AF) landed at Dubendorf airfield near Zurich, Switzerland after being damaged by German
					fighter Jan 7, 1944, and crew of 10 was interned in Switzerland.  MACR 2367.
				7520 (445th BG, 700th BS, "Snow Goose") shot down by Uffz Josef Holzmann in
					Bf 110G-2 of ZG 26/1 at Bolsward, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943.  10 KIA
				7521 (MSN 545) "Poop Deck Pappy" returned to USA.  Wfu 26 Nov 1943
				7522 (44th BG, 506th BS, 8th AF, *Southern Comfort*) shot down by AAA Apr 11, 1944 2 km NE of Bernburg, Germany.  
					MACR 3848.  7 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				7523 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Feb 2, 1944, North Sea.  MACR 2509
				7524 (392 BG, 576 BS) crashlanded Dec 8, 1943 at Wendling, UK.
				7525 disappered Apr 7, 1944 on training mission out of Westover Field, MA enroute
					to a bombing range south of Montauk Point.  Crew of 11 missing.
				7527 (392 BG, 576 BS) shot down Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2948
				7528 (MSN 552) W/o 25 Aug 1943 at Lecompton, KS 
				7529 (392 BG, 576 BS) exploded in midair Feb 20, 1944 over Manston, Kent, UK.
				7532 (MSN 556) W/o 31 Jan 1944 at Tibenham, UK
				7533 (44th BG, 66th BS) shot down by Fw Bernhard Kunze in Fw 190A-6 of
					JG 1/1 near Dem Ham, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943.  MACR 1713.  7 KIA, 3 POW.  
					Parts recovered 1995:Den Ham, Hammerflier.  Large parts recovered Jun 2, 2003.
				7534 (445th BG, 700th BS, "Good Nuff") shot down by AAA Dec 20, 1943 while returning from 
					a Delmenhorst, Germany raid.  MACR 6343.  11 KIA
				7536 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "The Banshee") then to 44th BG, 66th BS.  Forcelanded due to engine failure Jan 2, 1944 
					at Deopham Green Airfield, Norfolk, UK.  Salvaged.
				7537 (392 BG, 576 BS, "Jungle Princess") crashlanded Dec 31, 1943 at Swanton Morley, UK.
				7538 (MSN 562) W/o 8 Sep 1943 at Old Town, ME 
				7539 (446th BG, 704th BS, 8th AF, "Ye Old Thunder Mug") ran out of fuel and
					crashlanded near RAF Bungay (USAAF 125), Suffolk, UK Dec 16, 1943.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7540 (392nd BG, 576th BS, "Crew Chief") shot down by AAA Nov 13, 1943 near
					Dordrecht, Netherlands.  MACR 1551.  1 KIA, 9 POW. 
				7542 (446th BG, 707th BS, 8th AF, *Black Widow*) shot down Feb 4, 1944 by Fw 190A-8 fllown by Lt
					Waldemar Radener of JG 26/7 and crqshed 10 km SE of Albert at Bray-sur-Somme, France while on mission to Frankfurt,
					Germany.  5 KIA, 5 POW.  MACR 2248
				7543 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "Georgie Belle") hit by AAA then shot
					down by Oblt Hugo Frey in Bf 109G-6 of JG 11/7 near
					Datteln, Germany Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1164.  10 POW.
				7544 (292nd BG, 577th BS, then to 44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF, "Seed of Satan II") shot down by AAA on return from 
					mission to Solingen, Germany, crashed in I'Ijsselmeer, close to
					Staden, Netherlands Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1382.  All 10 crew bailed out, 6 POW, 2 crew captured
					in 1944, 2 evaded.
				7545 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Ju 88C-6 flown by Fw Heinz Koppe of NJG 3/10 and
					crashed into North Sea off Norway Nov 18, 1943.  MACR 1378.  All 10 crew KIA.
				7546 (392 BG, 577 BS) crashed Apr 29, 1944 at Walcott, UK
					after being abandoned by crew.
				7547 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Oblt Josef Wurmheller of JG 2/9 Jan 29, 1944 at 
					Wilgone, Belgium.  MACR 2251.  5 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.  One was released in 1944, 4 in 1945.
				7548 (44th BG, 66th BS, "Bull O' The Woods") shot down by Oblt.
					Walter Matoni in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/6 at Chavigny,
					France Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1752.  2 KIA, 8 evaded, one of them later
					POW.
				7549 with 492nd BG, 579th BS, transferred to 44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF.  Salvaged Mar 16, 1944 after crash
					landing at Kingsnorth near Woodchurch, Kent, England.  6 crew killed, 4 survived with injuries.  Airraft
					was destroyed.
				7550 (445th BG, 700th BS, "Gallant Lady") caught fire in flight
					and crashed near Attlebridge, UK Dec 28, 1943.
					Pilot killed, fate of rest of crew unknown.
					Salvaged Dec 29, 1943.
				7551 (MSN 575) 68th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF crashed due to engine failure 13 Jan 1944 2 mi N of RAF Shipdam, UK
					while on training mission.  All 10 crew killed.
				7552 (489th BG "Lil' Cookie") declaredwarweary and usedas formation assembly ship.
				7553 salvaged Nov 1944 as war-weary
				7554 (445th BG, 702nd BS) shot down by FW Theodor von Kavarbasic in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 26/7 and crashed at
					Mirns, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943.  MACR 15597.  7 KIA, 2 POW, 1 evaded.  Plane was not named
					"Tail End Charley"
				7556 (392 BG, 576 BS) crashlanded Dec 4, 1943 at Wendling, UK.
				7559 (445th BG, "Kelly") crashed on returning from mission
					Feb 18, 1944.  Crew OK.
				7560 (MSN 584) converted to CB-24H; (392 BG, 576 BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Wendling, England Oct 29, 1944
				7560 (392 BG, 576 BS) crashlanded Oct 29, 1944 at Wendling, UK.
				7561 (392nd BG, 579th BS, "Mack's Sack II") shot down by two
					Fw 190As of JG 1/2 near Endel, Germany Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 1554.
					5 KIA, 5 POW.
				7563 (859th BS, detached from 492nd BG to 2641st Special Group) lost Feb 9, 1945
					near coast of northern Yugoslavia on Carpetbagger mission.  MACR 12361.
				7564 (MSN 588) W/o 5 Nov 1943 at Powhattan, KS 
				7565 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Jan 30, 1944, North Sea.  MACR 2247.
				7566 (445th BG, 702nd BS) shot down during mission to Berlin
					Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2552.  Freeman gives date
					as Mar 6, 1944.
				7567 (445th BG, 700th BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Baaider, Netherlands.  MACR 2553.
				7569 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Feb 20, 1944.  MACR 2439
				7570 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Feb 2, 1944, France.  MACR 2531.
				7571 (445th BG, 703rd BS, *Lillian Ann II*) interned in Switzerland Jul 11, 1944.  Missed the airfield
					and landed in a cornfield.  MACR 6943.
				7572 (446th BG, 705th BS, 8th AF, *Werefolf/Princess O/Rourke*) shot down by AAA Apr 11, 1944, Diepholz, SW
					of Strohen, Germany while on missin to Bernburg, Germany.  MACR 3782.  All 10 crew bailed out and became POW.
				7574 (704th BS, 446th BG, 8th AF, *Henry's Pride*) damaged by cannon fire Feb 24, 1944 on mission to Gotha,
					Germany.  Crew bailed out over England but pilot crashed with the plane at Sternfield, Suffolk, England and was killed.
				7576 (from 44tth BG, 700th BS, "Blackdog" to 446th BG, 705th BS, "Stardust") survived WW2
				7577 (446th BG, 706th BS, *Buzz Buggy*) crashed on mission to Mimizan, France Dec 31, 1943.  
					10 KIA.  MACR 1679.
				7578 (704th BS, 446th BG, 8th AF, *Hula Wahine*) lost superchargers on mission to Frankfurt, Germany and
					attacked by enemy fighters over Belgium Jan 29, 1944.  Crash-landed  at RAF Detling with 2 injured crewmen. 
					All 10 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7579 (445th BG, 702nd BS, *Paper Doll*) shot down Feb 24, 1944, Driedorf, Germany on mission
					to Gotha.  3 KIA, 6 POW.  MACR 2554.
				7581 (446th BG, 706th BS, 8th AF, "Flak Bait") shot down by AAA and crashed at Marcillac,
					France Dec 31, 1943 on mission to Cognac, France.  1 KIA, 7 POW, 2 evaded.  MACR 1680
				7582 (44th BG, 66th BS, 8th AF, *Ice Cold Katy*) in midair collision with P-47C 41-6356 Mar 7, 1944 over RAF Shipdham
					airfield, UK during training flight.  All 7 crew killed.
				7583 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Wee Willie*) lost on mission to Orleans May 23, 1944.  Bombs were dropped through
					closed bomb bay doors, and a piece of the damaged door struck the tail, causing the aircraft
					to go into an unrecoverable spin.  10 KIA.   MACR 5251
				7584 (707th BS, 446th BG, 8th AF, *Merle Lee*) damaged by AAA on mission to V-1 sites in France Jan 21, 1944 and 
					crashlanded at Hawkinge, Kent, UK.  All 10 crew survived, aircraft was salvaged.
				7586 (445th BG, 701st BS) shot down by flak over Berlin Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 2960
				7587 (MSN 611) 704th BS, 446th BG, 8th AF in landing accident 7 Jan 1945 at RAF Bungay (USAAF 125), Suffolk, UK.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7588 (392 BG, 578 BS) damaged by AAA and crashed W of Rouen, France 
					Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1677.  6 POW, 4 evaded.
				7589 (446th BG, 705th BS, 8th AF, "Rigor Mortis") shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Ignaz Geirbos
					of JG 107/1 Feb 25, 1944 and crashed 1 km from Mittersheim, 15 km N of Sarrebourge, France on mission to 
					Furth, Germany.  All 10 crew bailed out and became POW.  MACR 2952
				7590 (445th BG, 702nd BS, *Paper Doll*) lost Mar 23, 1944.  MACR 3544.
				7591 (448th BG, 712th BS, *Fat Stuff II*) interned in Switzerland Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 7559.  
					Returned Oct 3, 1945 and salvaged Oct 22, 1945
				7592 (446th BG, 705th BS, "Sweet Moonbeam McSwine") survived WW2
				7593 (389th BG, 565th BS) shot down by fighters Jan 7, 1944, France.  MACR 1852 
				7595 (446th BG, 706th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-78 flown by Oblt Rudiger von Kirchmayr of JG 1/5 Mar 8, 1944 
					and crashed SE of Ziekau, 5 km from Luckau, Germany while on mission to Erkner, Germany.  MACR 2963.
					6 crew killed, four bailed out and became POW.
				7596 (392 BG, 578 BS) crashlanded Jan 7, 1944 at Wendling, UK.
				7598 (392nd BG, 576th BS) seen to leave formation near Hannover.  
					Crashed near Amersfoort in Holland Mar 6, 1944.  Crew taken prisoner.  MACR 3183.
				7599 (392nd BG, 579th BS) MIA Apr 8, 1944.  I have this plane as being
					interned in Sweden on that date.  MACR 3945
				7601 (445th BG, 702nd BS, "Sin Ship") lost Apr 12, 1944 on mission to Zwickau and
					Oschersleben, Germany.  Crashed near Ningeon in Belgium.  MACR 3828.  6 POW, 4 evaded.
					Another report from Don Schneck has this plane being picked up at Tinker Field on July 29, 1943, and assigned to a 
					lead crew of the 445th Bomb Group, 702nd Squadron.  In March, 1944 it was reassigned/transferred to the 
					93rd Bomb Group, 329th Squadron, assigned to a lead crew and later to the Squadron Commander.  While 
					with the 93rd, the bombsight was removed and replaced with GEE-H navigation equipment.  The aircraft returned
					to the USA after the war, with its orginal crew.  The aircraft carried the name "Sin Ship".  Maybe the
					MACR has the wrong serial number. 
				7603 (44th BG, 67th BS, "Raggedy Ann/Junior") shot down by fighter over North Sea
					off Norway Nov 18, 1943.  MACR 1380.  10 KIA.
				7604 (455th BG, 702nd BS) lost Mar 9, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2961.
				7605 (392nd BG, 578th BS) shot down by fighter and exploded at
					Bedenac, Franc Dec 31, 1943 on mission to St Jean d'Angley, France.  MACR 1676.
					9 KIA, 1 POW.  A burning wing fell into a house and the occupant
					died of burns next month.
				7606 (488th BG, 714th BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Belgium.  MACR 2955.
				7607 (446th BG, 705th BS, "The Spirit of '77") returned to USA
				7608 (446th BG, 705th BS, "Freckle Face") returned to USA
				7610 (706th BS, 446th BG, 8th AF, *Satan's Sister*) crashed one mile W of RAF Thorpe Abbots (USAAF 139), Norfolk, 
					England Apr 27, 1944 due to engine failure while on mission to Wizernes, France.  Jettisoned the bombs
					before it crashed, but one bomb exploded and damaged the tail.  2 KIA, 8 survived, aicraft was destroyed.
				7611 (446th BG, 704th BS, 8th AF, *Silver Dollar*) lost Dec 22, 1943, Germany when hit in the wing from above by 
					bomb dropped from another B-24 aircraft and crashed at Osnbruck, Germany.  8 KIA, 2 bailed out 
					and became POW.  MACR 2009.  
				7613 (446th BG, 704th BS, "Mi Akin Ass") hit by AAA and crashed at
					Noordwijk, W of Groening, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943.  3 KIA, 7 POW.  MACR 2008
				7614 (328th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) crashed near Melun, France Jan 7, 1944 due to engine failure.  MACR 2368.
					3 crew killed, one after bailout by German soldier.  8 bailed 97t, four became POW, 3 evaded capture.
				7615 crashed into a mountain at 10,900 foot level near Shawnee, CO Sep 30, 1943.
					All but one of the 12 crew members were killed.  There is a marker honoring
					the dead at the crash site.
				7616 (MSN 640) Conv to CB-24H; w/o 15 Oct 1944 at Bungay, UK
				7617 lost Nov 15, 1943, Caribbean.  MACR 1091.
				7618 (44th BG, 66th BS, "Hell's Kitchen") damaged and interned at Dubendorf, Switzerland Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3982.
				7619 (445th BG, 702nd BS) crashed shortly after takeoff Feb 24, 1945 about
					300 yards from runway at AAF Station 124 (Tibenham, England).  4 killed, 5 survived.
				7620 (446th BG, 706th BS, 8th AF, *The Princess*) shot down by AAA and crashed at Timmel, 12 km S of Aurich, Germany
					Apr 8, 1944 on mission to Brunswick, Germany.  3 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3931.
				7621 (MSN 645) 409th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF, crashed on takeoff 1 May 1944 at RAF Hardwick, UK, Norfolk, England.
					 Aircraft exploded and burned.  5 crew killed, 5 crew survived.
				7623 (449th BG) lost Mar 24, 1944.  MACR 3469
				7624 (392 BG, 578 BS) crashlanded Mar 9, 1944 at Beccles, UK.  Crew survived.
				7625 (446th BG, 705th BS, *Happy go Lucky*) damaged by flak and interned at Dubendorf, Switzerland Mar 18, 1944.  
					MACR 3335.
				7626 (392nd BG, 578th BS, "Ramblin' Okie", later "Liberty Belle") two engines
					failed, then damaged by Fw Hugo Feutscher in Ju 88C-6 of 
					NJG 3/11 and ditched in north Sea off Ameland, Netherlands 
					Dec 13, 1943.  MACR 1732.  3 KIA, 7 POW
				7627 (445th BG, 702nd BS) lost Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3943.
				7630 (44th BG, 506th BS, 8th AF) hit by flak and shot down by Bf 110G-2 flown by Lt Gerhard Bitter of ZG 26/2 and crashed into
					North Sea near Langeoog, Frisian Island, Germany Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1712.  All 10 crew bailed out, 2 killed and
					8 became POW.
				7635 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Lt Georg Kiefner of JG 26/1 Jan 21, 1944
					near Lignieres Chatelain, 9 km W of Poix de la Somme, France.  MACR 2357. 4 crew killed, 7 bailed out (5 evaded
					capture, 2 became POW)
				7636 ("Three Feathers") shot down in bombing mission to Ploesti
					oil fields Dec 14, 1944.
				7637 (392nd BG, 577th BS) interned in Sweden Jan 4, 1944.  MACR 1910.
				7638 (44th BG, 66th BS, "Big Banner") damaged by AAA and crashed into
					Ijsselmeer, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943.  9 KIA 1 POW.  MACR 1714.
					Wreckage & 5/MIA remains recovered  1975;Zuid-Flevoland
				7640 (446th BG, 707th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Uffz Paul Turkovitch of JG 2/12 at
					Brest, France Nov 18, 1943.  MACR 1252.  2 KIA, 10 POW, 2 evaded.
				7642 (MSN 666) 506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident 9 May 1944 at RAF Shipdam (USAAF Station 115),
					Norfolk, UK.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7643 (445th BG, 700th BS) lost Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3186.
				7645 (482nd BG, 814th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA Mar 2, 1944, Bergen, Netherlands while
					on mission to Friedrichshafen, Germany.  MACR 3199.  6 crew killed, 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				7647 (44th BG, 506th BS, 8th AF) crashed during landing near RAF Shipdam, UK Nov 13, 1943. 2 crew killed,
					8 survived, aircraft DBR.
				7648 (MSN 672) 350 BS, 302BG W/o  in takeoff accident 27 Feb 1944 at Chatham Field, Savannah, GA 
				7649 (707th BS, 446th BG, 8th AF, "Gerty The Gremlin") 70 missions, declared war weary Jan 1945.  Returned to USA
				7650 (44th BG, 67th BS) shot down by AAA and by rocket fired by Me 210 Nov 13, 1943 and belly-landed at Schoterzijl, 
					Netherlands.  10 Crew POW.  MACR 1376. 
				7651 (446th BG, *Brown Knowser*) crashed near field on return from mission to
					Wimereux, France Jun 10, 1944.  1 killed, 9 parachuted to safety.
				7654 (MSN 678) after combat career ended, became formation assembly ship "Fearless Freddie"
					of 446th BG.  Crashed Jan 1945.  W/o 29 Jan 1945 at Bungay, UK
				7655 (448th BG, 712nd BS) lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4486.
				7657 (451st BG) in midair collision with 42-7673 during formation flying training near Milligan, Nebraska
					Oct 25, 1943.  All 8 crew killed.
				7658 (392nd BG, 577th BS) shot down Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2949.
				7659 (446th BG, 705th BS, 8th AF< "Brown Knowser") crashed 1 mi NW of RAF Metfield (USAAF 366), Suffolk,
					UK Jun 10, 1944 while returning from mission to Wimereux, France due to engine failure.  One crewman killed,
					9 bailed out and survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				7661 (MSN 685) W/o 6 Oct 1943 at Biggs Field, TX 
				7662 (MSN 686) W/o 19 Nov 1943 at Belchertown, MA 
				7666 (MSN 690) W/o 25 Mar 1945 at Liberal, KS 
				7669 (482 BG, 814 BS) collided in midair with 42-100005 during assembly for mission to
					Frankfurt Jan 29, 1944 and crashed near English villages of Gissing and Tivetshall, Norfolk.
					All 14 aboard killed.
				7670 (MSN 694) W/o 7 Dec 1943 at Beaufort NAS, SC 
				7672 (MSN 696) 814th BS, 482nd BG, 8th AF crashed from unknown 23 Jan 1944 at Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, 
					UK.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				7673 (451st BG) in midair collision with 42-7657 during formation flying training near Milligan, Nebraska
					Oct 25, 1943.  9 crew killed, one crewman thronwn clear and managed to open his chute and
					survived.
				7674 (MSN 698) W/o 6 Dec 1943 at Huntington Lake, CA 
				7676 (MSN 700) W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Charleston AAF, SC 
				7679 (446th BG, 704th BS, 8th AF, *The Beast*) shot down by AAA and fighters and crashed 300 meters W of 
					Osterlinde 22 km E of Hildesheim, Germany Apr 8, 1944 while on mission to Brunswick Germany.  One
					crewman killed, 9 bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3930.
				7680 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Salome, AZ 
				7681 (448th BG, 715th BS) crashed due to engine failure 12 mi NW of Marrakech,
					French Morocco Dec 8, 1943.  MACR 4135 and 3907.  All aboard killed.
				7682 (587th BS, 466th BG) lost at Stevensbeck, Holland 3/31/1945.
				7683 (448th BG, 714th BS) shot down by fighters Apr 29, 1944, Germany  MACR 4487.
				7684 (471st BG, 806th BS) crashed near Barela, CO Nov 17, 1943. 1 killed.
				7685 (MSN 709) W/o 10 Oct 1943 at Tulsa, OK 
				7686 (MSN 710) Conv to TB-24H
				7689 (MSN 713) W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Alamogordo, NM 
				7691 (449th BG) lost Apr 4, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 3703
				7696 (MSN 720) W/o 2 Mar 1944 at Chatham Field, GA 
				7697 (450th BG) lost Mar 17, 1944.  MACR 3261.
				7700 (449th BG) lost Feb 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 449
				7701 (MSN 725) Converted to TB-24H
				7707 (MSN 731) W/o 23 Feb 1944 at Wendover Field, UT 
				7708 (MSN 732) W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Massafra, Italy
				7709 (448th BG, 715th BS) lost Jan 5, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2515.
				7710 (450th BG) lost Feb 14, 1944.  MACR 3157.
				7712 (448th BG, 713rd BS) lost Jan 5, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2514.
				7713 (448th BG, 715th BS, "The Merry Max") in belly landing at East Wreatham, UK Nov 26, 1943
				7714 (450th BG) lost Feb 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2694.
				7715 (449th BG) lost Feb 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 3174
				7717 returned to USA Apr 25, 1945.			
42-7718/7769		Ford B-24H-5-FO Liberator
				MSN 742/793
				7721 (MSN 745) W/o 23 Jan 1944 at Nothrup AB, Italy 
				7722 (448th BG, 714th BS) lost Jan 5, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2516.
				7724 (450th BG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 2207.
				7727 (449th BG) lost Feb 25, 1944, S of Regensburg, Germany. MACR 3203
				7728 (450th BG) lost Apr 25, 1944.  MACR 4628
				7730 (449th BG) lost Jan 30, 1944, Italy.  MACR 2479.
				7731 (450th BG) lost Mar 11, 1944, France.  MACR 3201.
				7733 (MSN 757) W/o 13 Dec 1943 at Predanneck, UK 
				7734 (MSN 758) W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Manduria, Italy 
				7735 (450th BG, 720th BS, "Peg O' My Heart") crashed into mountain
					5 mi W of Mechmeya, Algeria Dec 19, 1943.  12 killed, 1 injured.
				7737 (449th BG) lost Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6443.
				7738 (451st BG, "Hard to Get") lost Feb 25, 1944, Farla di Majano, Italy.  MACR 3284.
				7739 (448th BG) lost Mar 23, 1944. MACR 3547
				7740 (450th BG, 722nd BS) crashed at San Pancranzio Jan 30, 1944.  Scavenged for spare parts.
				7741 crash landed at Bari, Italy Jan 14, 1944.
				7742 (450th BG) lost Sep 10, 1944.  MACR 8372.
				7743 (450th BG) lost Jan 24, 1944.  MACR 2065.
				7744 (449th BG) lost May 5, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 4714.
				7745 (449th BG, 718th BS, *Sleepy Time Gal*) shot down by fighters Feb 23, 1944 over Steyr, 
					Austria.  MACR 2685.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				7746 (450th BG, "Miss Fury") lost Feb 25, 1944, Stranska vas, Ivancna Gorica, Slovenia.  MACR 3297
				7747 (449th BG, 719th BS, "Pudgy II") crashed into a mountain near
					Tareudant, French Morocco Dec 8, 1943.  All 14 onboard killed.
				7748 (450th BG) lost Sep 13, 1944, Italy.  MACR 8444.
				7750 (449th BG, 718th BS, *Wood's Chopper*) crashed while landing at Grottaglie, Italy Jul 2, 1944
					from battle damage received over Budapest.
				7752 (MSN 776) W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Manduria, Italy
				7754 (448th BG, 715th BS, "Harmful Li'l Armful") shot down by
					Gefr. Schulmayer in Bf 109F-2 of JGr Ost/4 2 mi S of Lesparre-Medoc,
					France Dec 31, 1943.  MACR 3093.  3 KIA, 4 POW, 2 evaded.
				7755 (448th BG, 714th BS) salvaged as war-weary Nov 8, 1944.
				7757 (451st BG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5477.
				7759 (MSN 783) W/o 17 May 1944 at Castelluccio, Italy 
				7763 (451st BG) lost Aug 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 8324
				7764 (448th BG, 715th BS) damaged but returned to Seething (UK) Feb 21, 1944
				7765 (451st BG, "Knock It Off") lost Feb 25, 1944, Pokojiš?e, Zavrh pri Borovnici, Slovenia.  MACR 3173.
				7766 (389th BG, 566th BS, "Heavy Date") shot down by Fw Gottfried Kurzernhart in
					Bf 110F-4 of NJG 4/9 Dec 30, 1943 and crashed 
					2km SE of La Horne, Belgium.  MACR 1974.  7 POW, 2 evaded, 1 KIA
				7767 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed
					at Hannover, Germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3849. 7 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
					Also listed as being named "Shack Rabbit" and returned to USA.
				7768 (448th BG) shot down Feb 21, 1944 in raid on Hesepe Airfield.  MACR 2469.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				7769 (449th BG) lost Jan 31, 1944, Aviano, Italy.  2 KIA, 5 POW, 3 evaded.  MACR 2300.
42-7770			Ford B-24E-FO Liberator
42-7771			Grumman OA-12
				Model G-15.  J2F-5 #00660 of US Navy transferred to USAAF
42-7772			Stout XC-65 Skycar
				Was NX22446
42-7773/7792		Taylorcraft O-57 Grasshopper
				Ordered as O-57, redesignated L-2 Apr 1942
				MSN 4045/4054 and 4056/4066
				7777 (MSN 4049) w/o 10 Aug 1943 at Hampton, FL 
				7778 (MSN 4050) W/o 7 Feb 1942 at Fort Benning, GA 
				7786 (MSN 4059) W/o 25 Feb 1942 at Evans Landing, IN 
				7789 (MSN 4062) w/o 1 Aug 1944 at Laurel AAF, Laurel, MS 
42-7793/7812		Aeronca O-58A Grasshopper
				Ordered as O-58A, redesignated L-3A Apr 1942
				7794 to civil registry as N47750
				7795 W/o 5 Sep 1942 at Gastonia Airport, NC
				7796 to civil registry as N49087
				7797 on display at Fort Rucker, AL.  In 2013 was no longer there.
				7798 to civil registry as N46513.  Supposedly in storage at Fort Rucker, but the plane there is actually 
					a civilian TC-65.
				7802 overshot landing and hit tree 3/11/1943, Denton, TX
				7803  w/o 4 Jan 1944 at Seymour Johnson Field, NC
				7804 in Category 3 accident Feb 11,1 943 at Woodson, Arkansas.  Condemned Jun 14, 1943.
				7805 to civil registry as N49020
				7808 W/o 12 Jan 1942 at Lawson Field, GA 
42-7813/7852		Piper O-59 Grasshopper
				Model J3C-65D.  Redesignated L-4 Apr 1942.  7814/7852 MSN 7845/7883		
				7813 (MSN 7842) W/o 1 Dec 1941 at Post Field, OK
				7819 (MSN 7850) W/o 2 Nov 1941 at Wadesboro, NC
				7827 (MSN 7858) w/o 30 May 1945 at Petrolia AAAF, TX 
				7828 (MSN 7859) w/o 29 Apr 1943 at Camp Campbell Reservation, KY 
				7829 (MSN 7860) w/o 21 Mar 1943 at Harvey, IL
				7830 (MSN 7861) w/o 10 Oct 1942 at Hunter Field, GA 
				7833 (MSN 7864) w/o 6 Apr 1943 at Lillington, NC 
				7839 (MSN 7870) w/o 7 Dec 1945 at Durham, NC
				7840 (MSN 7871) w/o 10 Feb 1943 at Pope Field, NC 
				7841 (MSN 7872) W/o 1 Apr 1942 at Margate, NJ 
				7843 (MSN 7874) w/o 9 Nov 1942 at Wooster, OH 
				7845 (MSN 7875)  w/o 20 Jun 1944 at Elmendorf, AK
42-7853/7957		Republic P-47D-1-RE Thunderbolt
				7853	(MSN 1) 63rd FS [UN-R], 56th FG, 8th AF; 335th FS [WD-C], 
					4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356
				7854	(MSN 2) 487th FS [HO-D bar], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Gusillier II"
				7855	(MSN 3)	
				7856	(MSN 4)	
				7857	(MSN 5)	
				7858	(MSN 6)	
				7859	(MSN 7)	
				7860	(MSN 8) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF; 61st FS; "Chow Hound" [Artwork and name never applied although preliminary sketch done]
				7861	(MSN 9) 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF; "Margie Ann"; shot down by Bf 109K-4 believed flown by Uffz Paul Gunther 
					Kramper of JG 53/11 NE of Rheda, Germany February 22, 1945; MACR 12688.  Pilot taken POW
				7862	(MSN 10) HQ Squadron, 8th	Fighter Command, 8th	 AF, Bovingdon, Station 112; 334th FS [QP-L], 
					4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356
				7863	(MSN 11) 82nd FS [MX-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 335th FS [WD-C], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, 
					Station 356; Shot up by 3 x Fw 190's, heavily oil streaked but brought back to Debden thanks to another 
					pilot who shot one of them off his tail and provided escort to base, 16Aug43; [WD-E]; 410th FS, 373rd FG, 
					9th AF, Illesheim [R-10], Germany; Crash landed 5Jun45 at Illesheim
				7864	(MSN 12)	
				7865	(MSN 13) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF; Crashed with engine failure at Gournay-sur-Aronde, 15km NW of 
					Compiègne, France August 16, 1943;  MACR 266.  Pilot bailed out & taken POW
				7866	(MSN 14) 62nd FS [LM-G], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Greek"; Crashed 5Sep44 with 
					propeller control failure at Halesworth
				7867	(MSN 15)	
				7868	(MSN 16)	
				7869	(MSN 17) 84th FS [WZ-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				7870	(MSN 18) 62nd FS [LM-R], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Pappy"; Accident 21Jan44 landing 
					at Halesworth; 312th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Langford Lodge, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 597; Accident 6Jul44 landing at Langford Lodge airfield, Lough Neagh, Ireland while on ferry flight.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7871	(MSN 19) 61st FS [HV-F then A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Combat damaged 30Jul43 by a 
					Bf 109 which was then shot down by another 61FS aircraft, the P-47 returning damaged to Halesworth; 
					Mid air collision 9Aug43 at RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, UK; Able to land, aircraft damaged and repaired and
					used by 351st Bomb Group, 8th AF, Polebrook, Station 110 as formation monitor
				7872	(MSN 20) 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-H], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 5Jun43 landing at Atcham; Crashed 30Sep43 with P-47D 42-7898 near Cats Tor, Peak District, one mile E of 
					Bollington; Pilot killed. The two Thunderbolts were on a training exercise from their base at Atcham 
					near Shrewsbury when they crashed in low cloud on the western slope of Cat’s Tor near the Cat and Fiddle 
					in the Peak District. 
				7873	(MSN 21) 336th FS [VF-J], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Crash landed 17Jun43 with engine fire 
					and failure at North Weald, Essex, UK
				7874	(MSN 22) 334th FS [QP-L], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "The Deacon"; Crashed 2Dec43 when caught 
					fire while on a test flight at Moat Farm, Kenton, Stowmarket, Suffolk; Witnesses reported seeing the 
					Thunderbolt dive into the ground at an angle of 30°-40° and disintegrate on impact; Pilot killed
				7875	(MSN 23) 334th FS [QP-T], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Crashed 14Jun43 on local altitude 
					training flight due to bad weather 2 miles E of Swaffham, Norfolk, UK; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				7876	(MSN 24) 334th FS [QP-K], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Miss Dallas"
				7877	(MSN 25) War Bond aircraft; "Jackson County, Michigan, Fighter"; 61st FS [HV-D then L], 56th FG, 8th AF; 
					"In The Mood", artwork of nude under name; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-Q], 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 17Oct44 at RAF Ternhill
				7878	(MSN 26) 62nd FS [LM-R], 56th FG, 8th AF; 63rd FS [UN-G]; "Li'l Goody"; Force landed 14Oct43 near Doddington, Kent.
					Pilot OK, aircraft repaired and transferred to 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 16Nov44 when nosed over landing at Creil [A-81C], France.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged
					and washed out.
				7879	(MSN 27) 335th FS [WD-O], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; [WD-M]; 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Kingsnorth, UK, Station 418; Crashed 28May44 on take-off at Kingsnorth
				7880	(MSN 28) War Bond aircraft, paid for by citizens of Redondo Beach, California; To 61st FS [HV-N], 56th FG, 8th AF
				7881	(MSN 29) 334th FS [QP-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, UK, Station 356; Artwork of three Gremlins, another was 
					located on the rear fuselage.  Crashed Jul 19, 1943 just off Debden while returning from a local flight. 
					Witnesses noted that the pilot was flying low and climbing. He reached the top of a sharp bank across 
					the road from the E-W runway when his plane dived straight for the ground and went up in flames; Pilot killed
				7882	(MSN 30) 83rd FS [HL-H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Sabotage Jr."; Crash landed 21Sep43 at 
					RAF Tangmere, Sussex, UK; Pilot survived.  Repaired and to 379th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Kimbolton, Station 117
				7883	(MSN 31) 82nd FS [MX-C; MX-X], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Iron Ass"; Last seen after 
					aerial combat with Fw 190 and Bf 109 fighters over Rheine, Germany and crashed near Tongeren, NW of 
					Kortenberg, Belgium February 10, 1944;  MACR 2161.  Pilot killed.
				7884	(MSN 32) 336th FS [VF-P]; 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Reggies Reply" under 
					windshield [Named after the pilot's brother, who had perished during the Battle of the Atlantic] / "Lucky" 
					[name of pilot's dog] - Artwork of dog in horseshoe; [VF-T], "Donnie Boy" , Artwork - eagle wearing boxing 
					gloves; 506th FS [4K-T], 404th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by return fire while strafing an armored column, 
					exploded and crashed SE of Avranches, France July 31, 1944; MACR 7933.  Pilot killed.
					The plane was flown regularly by Don Gentile from May 1943 until Sep 1943. Later assigned to John Godfrey. 
				7885	(MSN 33) 63rd FS [UN-N], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Bonnie Ann" [Named for pilot's 
					wife and first child]; Accident 28Dec43 landing at Halesworth; Shot down by flak and made wheels-up belly landing at 
					Schmalge, near Rahden, 20km N of Lübbecke, Germany March 8, 1944; MACR 2840.  Pilot taken POW
				7886	(MSN 34) 84th FS [WZ-P], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 361st FS [QI-Z], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by flak, crashed and exploded at Mantes-Gassicourt, France 
					June 10, 1944; MACR 5751.  Pilot killed
				7887	(MSN 35) 62nd FS [LM-J], 56th FG, 8th AF; "Moonbeam McSwine"; Shot down by Fw Hans Wulfers in Bf 109G-6 
					July 29, 1943 at Zandvoort, Netherlands; MACR 119.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW
				7888	(MSN 36) 82nd FS [MX-V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 514th FS [O7-V], 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, 
					Station 417; Crashed 28Apr44 after engine failure at Ashford.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7889	(MSN 37) 83rd FS [HL-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Declared war weary; 551st Fighter 
					Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 18Oct44 in bad 
					weather at Eaton Park, Chester; Pilot killed
				7890	(MSN 38) 334th FS [QP-B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Boise Bee"; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-K], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 16Jun44 at 
					Charlton Farm, near Wellington, Salop.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
					7891	(MSN 39) 62nd FS [LM-M], 56th FG, 8th AF; Combat damaged 29Jul43 by Bf 109 causing the main 
					landing gear to collapse on landing at Halesworth; Shot down by Hptm Wilhelm Lemke in Bf 109G-6 of 
					JG 3/9 at Warsage, Belgium August 17, 1943; MACR 264.  Pilot KIA
				7892	(MSN 40) 336th FS [VF-?], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 397th FS [D3-D bar], 368th FG, 9th AF, 
					Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944.
				7893	(MSN 41) 63rd FS [UN-F], 56th FG, 8th AF; Crashed into North Sea when engine failed 20 miles W of 
					Ijmuiden, Netherlands November 29, 1943; MACR 1278.  Pilot KIA
				7894	(MSN 42) 84th FS [WZ-Q], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Rebel"; Accident  30Aug43 
					landing at Duxford; "Mister Luckey"; 370th FS [CS-L], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					Force landed at RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, England April 11, 1944;  pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged but repaired.  551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-L], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Accident 15Oct44 at Atcham
				7895	(MSN 43) 336th FS [VF-K], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Artwork of angel on cloud; 63rd FS [UN-N], 
					56th FG, 8th AF; 386th FS [D5-H], 365th FG, 9th AF
				7896	(MSN 44) 63rd FS [UN-H], 56th FG, 8th AF; 3rd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight [LJ-D], 496th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Declared war weary
				7897	(MSN 45) 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 18Jul43 
					into a hill at the top of Ffrith Dreborth close to Glyndyfrdwy, Llangollen, Wales; Pilot killed. The 
					pilot was on a local flying exercise from Atcham with three other P-47s when his aircraft crashed on high 
					ground. The investigating officer found that the fuel supply had been switched from the main tank to 
					the auxiliary which together with a statement from a person on the ground suggested the aircraft was 
					possibly suffering from an engine related problem, also the flaps had been lowered. The first part 
					of the aircraft to touch the ground was the tail, followed about 100 yards later by the propeller. 
					Shortly after the aircraft began to break up, with the tail detaching close to the turbocharger 
					and the engine coming away from its mounts. The wings broke off and the remaining part of the fuselage 
					rolled down the slope, the pilot and his seat were thrown from the cockpit.
				7898	(MSN 46) 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 30Sep43 with P-47D 42-7872 near Cats Tor, one mile E of Bollington; Pilot killed. The two 
					Thunderbolts were on a training exercise from their base at Atcham near Shrewsbury when they 
					crashed in low cloud on the western slope of Cat’s Tor near the Cat and Fiddle in the Peak District. 
				7899	(MSN 47) 84th FS [WZ-H then J], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "El Bango"; Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B [5F-M], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150
				7900	(MSN 48) 352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Accident 21Jan45 landing at Le Culot; 
					Damaged 28Feb45 on take-off at Le Culot.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				7901	(MSN 49) 335th FS [WD-G], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356,  then to 353rd FG, 352nd FS. 
					Shot down by Lt. Werner Beckers in Bf 109G-6 of JG 2/4 at Ligny, Belgium Sep 6, 1943. MACR 541. Pilot KIA 
				7902	(MSN 50) 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Destroyed 17Jun43 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-7926 on landing at Goxhill
				7903	(MSN 51) 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 361st FG, 
					8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 
				7904	(MSN 52) 352nd FS [SX-F], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "8 Gun Melody"; Metfield, 
					Station 366; Accident 14Sep43 landing at Metfield; Crashed 11Jan44 into North Sea after the 
					aircraft appeared to suffer an oxygen fault or the pilot became disorientated in the overcast; MACR 2007.  Pilot MIA
				7905	(MSN 53) 352nd FS [SX-Z], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Shot down by 
					Lt. Werner Beckers in Bf 109G-6 of JG 2/4 at Ligny, Belgium and crashed at Gueudecourt, near Bapaume, 
					France September 6, 1943; Pilot KIA
				7906	(MSN 54) 351st FS [YJ-L], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Chief Wahoo"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					83rd FS [HL-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by flak and caught fire while strafing 
					locomotives near Venlo, Netherlands March 30, 1944. MACR 3461.  The pilot bailed out but his parachute was on fire 
					and he was killed when he hit the ground.
				7907	(MSN 55) 350th FS [LH-J], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Lonesome Polecat"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Crashed near Dusseldorf, Germany November 5, 1943; MACR 1447.  Pilot KIA. The pilot was last seen in a 
					dive apparently after an enemy aircraft.
				7908	(MSN 56) 350th FS [LH-T], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Damaged 16Aug43 taxying at Metfield; Crash landed 14Oct43 at Thrift Farm, Herongate, Essex due to 
					damage received during a mission to Schweinfurt, Germany; Pilot killed
				7909	(MSN 57) 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Damaged 3Jul43 by ground crew taxying 
					at Goxhill; Nobody injured,  repaired.  To 376th FS [E9-E], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Carol"
				7910	(MSN 58) 352nd FS [SX-J], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Force 
					landed 18Oct43 with engine failure at Theberton airfield; Declared war weary; Detachment B [5F-Q], 
					65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 21Jun44 taxying at RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, UK
				7911	(MSN 59) 335th FS [WD-P], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Hptm Friedrich Eberle in 
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/9 at Stadskanaal, Netherlands October 8, 1943;  MACR 882 and 938.  Pilot bailed out, 
					evaded but was captured and taken POW
				7912	(MSN 60) 352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Crashed 24Jul43 Claxby, north of Market Rasen, 
					LIncolnshire; Pilot killed. This aircraft took off from Goxhill as one of a pair for high-altitude 
					formation practice. After 30 minutes' work, the element leader decided to descend. At 15,000 feet, 
					the leader sighted a bomber at around 11,500 feet and brought his pair of aircraft in for a mock 
					attack pass. Both fighters passed below the bomber and rejoined formation. Shortly afterwards this 
					aircraft disappeared from the element leader's sight. The wreckage of this aircraft was found near 
					Market Rasen, having dived in at high speed from a steep angle. 
				7913	(MSN 61)	551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-P], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 23Jun43 taxying at Atcham; 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 27Jan44 landing at Atcham; Crash landed 8Jun44 at Lytonhouse Farm, Wells, Somerset.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7914	(MSN 62) 83rd FS [HL-P], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Miss Norma"; Force landed 29Sep43 
					at Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire, UK, pilot surived, aircraft repaired; Detachment B, 65th Fighter Wing, 
					8th AF, Boxted, Station 150 
				7915	(MSN 63) 334th FS [QP-U], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Hptm Detlev Rohwer 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/2 at Ruinerwold, Netherlands October 8, 1943; MACR 857 and 937.  Pilot bailed out 
					and taken POW
				7916	(MSN 64)	82nd FS [MX-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed at Campeaux, N of Gournay-en-Bray, 
					France after the engine caught fire and then failed February 29, 1944; MACR 2746.  Pilot bailed out at 
					12,000ft and became POW. 
				7917	(MSN 65) 1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 31Aug43 with mechanical failure at Woore, 7 miles NE of Market Drayton, UK; Pilot bailed out,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				7918	(MSN 66) 84th FS [WZ-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Old Ironsides"
				7919	(MSN 67) 334th FS [QP-N], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Lilliput"; Damaged 22Sep43 when the 
					right landing gear failed and the aircraft ground looped landing at RAF Warmwell, Dorset damaging the 
					propeller, landing gear and right wing; 23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Juvincourt [A-68], France; 
					Damaged 5Oct44 on take-off at Juvincourt.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				7920	(MSN 68) 334th FS [QP-N], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Mid air collision 21May43 with P-47C 
					41-6406 near Ghent, Belgium when chasing a Fw 190 aircraft inland after a fighter sweep to the 
					Ghent-Ostend area of Belgium; MACR 2663.  Pilot killed
				7921	(MSN 69) HQ Squadron, 8th Fighter Command, 8th AF, Bovingdon, Station 112; Damaged 13Jul43 taxying 
					at Bovingdon; Destroyed by fire 20Dec43 when ground looped at Bovingdon
				7922	(MSN 70) 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B [5F-Z], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150
				7923	(MSN 71)	82nd FS [MX-D; MX-J], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed with fuel 
					exhaustion in the English Channel 15 miles W of Dieppe, France January 24, 1944. The aircraft was low 
					on fuel in bad weather but was on the wrong heading to land at RAF Manston, Kent to refuel; MACR 2112.  
					Pilot MIA
				7924	(MSN 72) 334th FS [QP-F], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Maj Kurt Brandle 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/II Stab and crashed into Wieringer Vlaak, Ijsselmeer, Netherlands 
					November 3, 1943; MACR 4126.  Pilot KIA; Wreckage recovered, reported to be at Mototechnica Museum, 
					Bad Oeynhausen, Allemagne; Museum closed 2007 and all remaining objects were due for removal by end 2016
				7925	(MSN 73) 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 14Jan44 on edge of town of Nantwich, Cheshire after entering high speed dive; Pilot may have 
					suffered anoxia and passed out; Pilot killed
				7926	(MSN 74) 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Accident 17Jun43 in collision with P-47D 
					42-7902 landing at Goxhill; Repaired.  To 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-K], 6th Fighter Wing, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 25Oct43 with mechanical failure at Atcham; repaired.
					To 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 19May44 Sondern Estate, 
					near Atcham;  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7927	(MSN 75) HQ Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Destroyed when force landed 
					14Aug43 with fuel starvation at Atcham
				7928	(MSN 76) 334th FS [QP-Z], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Crash landed 27Sep43 at Debden; 411th FS, 
					373rd FG, 9th AF; Woodchurch, Station 419; Damaged by flak dive bombing a railway yard on the 
					German-Belgian border with part of a wing missing and the engine damaged. The aircraft crashed 
					1km SE of Noirefontaine, 20km S of Spa, Belgium May 29, 1944. The pilot bailed out at 2,000ft and 
					evaded capture with assistance from Belgian civilians until the area was liberated by American forces.
				7929	(MSN 77) 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-F], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 27Jul43 on take-off after engine failure at Atcham; Repaired.  To 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-Q], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 2Jun44 at Walford Manor, Shropshire, UK, near Baschurch; Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					Aircraft was destroyed.
				7930	(MSN 78) 2025th Gunnery Flight, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 11Jun43 
					at RAF Llanbedr; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron; 1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight [LA-Q], 
					6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air collision 17Sep43 with P-47D 42-7978 
					2 miles E of Much Wenlock, Shropshiere, UK; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				7931	(MSN 79)	Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Speke, Liverpool; Crashed 18May43 with engine fire into the 
					River Mersey near Speke, Liverpool during a test flight post re-assembly; Pilot (Lockheed test pilot) 
					bailed out and was rescued
				7932	(MSN 80) 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 30May43 near Aston Birmingham, Wellington, 
					Salop after entering high speed dive; Pilot killed
				7933	(MSN 81) 336th FS [VF-Y], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Miss Skippy" / "Pappy" (below canopy)
				7934	(MSN 82)	63rd FS [UN-U], 56th FG, 8th AF; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 and crashed near Selles, east of
					 Boulogne, France September 2, 1943.  MACR 467; Pilot killed
				7935	(MSN 83) 84th FS [WZ-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Collided in mid air with P-47D 
					42-7961 and crashed into Zuider Zee, Holland July 30, 1943; MACR 135C.  Pilot KIA; Wreckage located 
					1976 near Driel, Netherlands
				7936	(MSN 84) 335th FS [WD-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Pistol Packin' Mama" / "Texas"; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-L], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Declared war weary; Mid air collision 6Sep44 with P-47C 41-6215 near Atcham; Able to land.  Repaired.
					TO 493rd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Illesheim [R-10], Germany; Accident 16May45 landing at Regensburg [R-66], Germany
				7937	(MSN 85) 62nd FS [LM-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF; "Triss" (R cowling) / Nude artwork (L fuselage) [Triss 
					is picture of woman as devil]; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Crashed 30Jul44 with mechanical failure near 
					Astley Farm, Minsterley, Shrewsbury, UK; Pilot bailed out
				7938	(MSN 86) War Bond aircraft; "Hewlett-Woodmere, Long Island"; 62nd FS [LM-S & S], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					Debden, Station 356; Artwork, Hairless Joe from Li'l Abner on nose; Crash landed 3Feb44 5 miles 
					E of Halesworth, Suffolk, UK; Declared war weary; 306th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Thurleigh, Station 111; 
					Used as a formation monitor
				7939	(MSN 87) 335th FS [WD-Z], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Lt. Werner Beckers 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 2/4 at Toutencourt, France July 14, 1943; MACR 3149.  Pilot KIA
				7940	(MSN 88) 350th FS [LH-M], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Colleen"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Crashed at Deintrup near Langförden, 7km from Vechta, Germany February 3, 1944 after the tail section 
					was cut off in collision with P-47D 42-8001; MACR 2126.  Pilot was unable to bail out of the spinning 
					aircraft and was killed
				7941	(MSN 89) 61st FS [HV-R], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Slugger"
				7942	(MSN 90) 62nd FS [LM-U], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Old-Man-Mose" / "Pokey"; 
					Crashed 20 miles N of The Hague, Netherlands March 4, 1944; MACR 2785.  Pilot MIA
				7943	(MSN 91) 61st FS [HV-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Mid air collision with P-47C 41-6213 5Feb44 
					during a local training flight 4 miles E of Halesworth; Pilot killed
				7944	(MSN 92) 83rd FS [HL-V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Topper"; 328th FS [PE-Y], 352nd FG, 
					8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Declared war weary; 3rd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight [LJ-K], 
					496th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Strato-Viking"; 354th Squadron [WR-P], 
					355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Speed / Lil' Jo"; Shot down by two Bf 109G-6s of JG 3/I 
					between Bergentheim and Marienberg and crashed near Hardenberg, Netherlands November 13, 1943; 
					MACR 1449.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture
				7945	(MSN 93) 334th FS [QP-D], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Miss Plainfield", artwork - black-haired 
					nude woman holding two lightning bolts in front of a red disc, with Miss Plainfield written underneath 
					[named for a girl from the town in New Jersey in which the pilot settled after emigrating from Greece 
					in 1938]; HQ Squadron, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed in North Sea July 1, 1943; 
					MACR 27.  Pilot killed
				7946	(MSN 94) 63rd FS [UN-I], 56th FG, 8th AF, Horsham St. Faith, Station 123; Crashed 31May43 after the 
					pilot suffered anoxia near Moorsele, Belgium; Pilot killed
				7947	(MSN 95) 62nd FS [LM-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Ah'm Available" Artwork of 
					cartoon character "Available Jones"; Force landed 10Oct43 with fuel exhaustion after trying to find 
					base in poor visibility, hit an earth moving tractor on landing at the uncompleted airfield and was 
					wrecked at Boreham, Station 161, UK.  Pilot injured.
				7948	(MSN 96) 82nd FS [MX-P], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Flagari II" [Named for pilot's 
					hometown - Flagstaff, AZ]; Shot down by Fw. Martin Lacha in FW-190A-5 of JG 1/2 at Oostvorne, 
					Netherlands July 1, 1943; MACR 27.  Pilot bailed out but was killed
				7949	(MSN 97) 336th FS [VF-Q], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Fw 190 of JG 2, 
					crashed and exploded at L'Isle-Adam, Val-d'Oise, France August 16, 1943; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture
				7950	(MSN 98) 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-A], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 28Jun43 landing at RAF Llanbedr, Wales; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air collision 4Jul44 with P-47D 42-7971 
					near Wellington, Salop; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				7951	(MSN 99) War Bond aircraft; "The Spirit of Sycamore Hill"; 83rd FS [HL-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, 
					Duxford, Station 357; 
				7952	(MSN 100)	83rd FS [HL-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed 15Aug43 when the pilot 
					attempted to make a 'victory roll' over the main runway at Duxford upon return from a bomber mission 
					escort; Pilot killed
				7953	(MSN 101)	551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-L], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 27Jul43 near Winton Farm, Ellesmere, Salop; Pilot killed
				7954	(MSN 102)	82nd FS [MX-L], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Pin Up Girl" - artwork of 
					naked black African woman with hairpins in
				7955	(MSN 103) 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed near Leek, England December 2, 1943; Believed to have lost radio contact and flew too low in cloud; 
					Pilot killed
				7956	(MSN 104) 350th FS [LH-K], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366. 
					Crashed 5Sep43 at RAF Biggin Hill, Kent. As the aircraft approached to land at Biggin Hill in low cloud, 
					it came in over the trees and banked sharp to port and in doing so caught the left wing tip on a bungalow, 
					crashing in Jail House Lane, Biggin Hill. The pilot was killed instantly and flames quickly engulfed 
					the aircraft and surrounding area – though luckily nobody on the ground was injured.
				7957	(MSN 105)	551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-H], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342,
					Shropshire, UK;  Damaged 6May44 taxying at Atcham.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
42-7958/8402		Republic P-47D-2-RE Thunderbolt
				7958	(MSN 106) 351st FS [YJ-V], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Hawkeye"; 
					Metfield, Station 366; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-J], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Destroyed 24Sep44 on take-off at Atcham
				7959	(MSN 107)	336th FS [VF-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Artwork - Diving Eagle; 395th FS, 368th FG, 
					9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; Accident 25Jul44 landing at Cardonville; 506th FS [4K-D], 404th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Hptm Walter Matoni of JG 11/1 Stab one mile E of Linnich, Germany October 4, 1944; 
					MACR 9279.  Pilot POW
				7960	(MSN 108) 61st FS [HV-J], 56th FG, 8th AF; "Joker"; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Crashed 28Jul44 near Dolau, Llanfair, Radnorshire, Wales; Pilot killed,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				7961	(MSN 109)	84th FS [WZ-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Collided in mid air with P-47D 42-7935 
					after failure of the oxygen system and crashed into Zuider Zee, Holland Jul 30, 1943; MACR 135B.  Pilot POW
				7962	(MSN 110)	Accident 26Jul43 landing at Atcham; 1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight [LA-B], 6th Fighter Wing, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crash landed 11Sep43 at Atcham; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-F], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 3Jul44 on take-off at Atcham; 
					Declared war weary; Destroyed in mid air collision 29Jul44 at Tophouse Farm, Uffington, UK; Pilot killed,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				7963	(MSN 111)	War Bond aircraft; "Dawson County Nebraska"; 83rd FS [HL-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Crashed 11Feb44 at Great Hormead near Nuthampstead, Hertfordshire, UK. The pilot took off late and then had a 
					problem retracting the landing gear. He was attempting to catch up with his flight when a returning aircraft 
					noticed that this aircraft had a fuel leak from the drop tank. Advised of that, the aircraft turned back 
					towards base but was losing altitude. The aircraft was seen to spin and then crashed into a ploughed field 
					on the side of a small hill. It was thought that the pilot was attempting a forced landing but misjudged 
					the rising gradient and the softness of the ground, which caused the aircraft to dig in and stop 
					suddenly then exploded. The pilot was killed, the aircraft was destroyed.
				7964	(MSN 112) 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 30May43 with excessive dive speed near Roden, 
					Shropshire, UK; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				7965	(MSN 113)	84th FS [WZ-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Accident 3Oct43 landing at Knettishall; 
					510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Accident 13May44 landing at Halesworth
				7966	(MSN 114)	551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Accident 31Mar44 landing at RAF Stoke Orchard, Gloucestershire, UK.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				7967	(MSN 115)	61st FS [HV-I], 56th FG, 8th AF; Collided with P-47D 42-8606 when lining up for an attack on 
					enemy fighters and crashed into North Sea 18km N of Norderney, Germany December 11, 1943; MACR 1537.  Pilot KIA
				7968	(MSN 116)	335th FS [WD-U], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 506th FS [4K-A], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, 
					Station 414; [last noted 13May44]; 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Vitry [A-67], France; Destroyed 14Oct44 
					when crash landed after engine failure 5 miles E of Saint-Dizier, France.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7969	(MSN 117)	84th FS [WZ-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-S], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 1Mar44 landing at RAF Fairwood Common, Swansea, Wales; 
					Accident 12Apr44 landing at RAF Atcham, Shropshire, UK.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7970	(MSN 118)	551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-M], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Station 342; 
					Shropshire, UK.  Declared war weary; Destroyed 9Sep44 when crash landed with engine failure at Atcham.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed
				7971	(MSN 119)	2906th Observation Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Station 342, Shropshire, UK; 
					Force landed 26Sep43 with engine failure at Beslow Farm, near Atcham; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air collision 4Jul44 with P-47D 42-7950 near 
					Wellington, Shropshire, UK.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				7972	(MSN 120)	351st FS [YJ-P], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Gator Bait" [Named for pilot's home 
					State of Florida]; Metfield, Station 366; 506th FS [4K-S], 404th FG, 9th AF; 
				7973	(MSN 121)	HQ Squadron, 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 3Jul43 at RAF Llanbedr, Wales; 
					1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 6th Fighter Wing; RAF Atcham, Station 342, Shropshire, UK; Accident 16Sep43 
					landing at Warton; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-U], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					RAF Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; Accident 5Sep44 landing at Atcham.  Pilot survived but aircraft was
					destroyed.
				7974	(MSN 122)	552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Destroyed 18Oct44 after a mid air collision with P-47D 42-75071 and crashed at Muckleton Farm, Wellington, 
					Shropshire, UK; Pilot killed
				7975	(MSN 123)	63rd FS [UN-C then I], 56th FG, 8th AF; Artwork - Map of Texas with cowboy hat and lasso; 
					Crashed 7Nov43 after the propeller oversped causing an engine fire over Holland near Son en Breugel, 
					Netherlands while on a mission to escort B-17 bombers attacking at Düren, Germany; MACR 1166.  
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture
				7976	(MSN 124)	2906th Observation Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Station 342, Shropshire, UK; 
					1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight [LA-K], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 2Sep43 with engine failure near Billingsley, Shropshire; Pilot bailed out 
				7977	(MSN 125)	HQ Squadron, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Crashed 29Jun43 after losing control 
					during mock combat maneuvres with another P-47 near Goxhill. The aircraft was below the clouds at 
					less than 2,000 feet when it performed a turn or part of a roll and struck the ground at a steep 
					angle near Goxhill airfield. The pilot was killed.
				7978	(MSN 126)	1st Gunnery & Tow Target Flight [LA-S], 6th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342, Shropshire, UK; 
					Mid air collision 17Sep43 with P-47D 42-7930 2 miles E of Much Wenlock; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				7979	(MSN 127)	War Bond aircraft; "Spirit Of Bellflower, California"; 62nd FS [LM-I], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					Chalgrove, Station 465; Accident 28Jun43 landing at RAF Exeter; [LM-C]; "Annie M"; On 26Nov43 the 
					aircraft was despatched with other P-47s from 56th FG to provide escort to bomber formations attacking at 
					Bremen, Germany. The aircraft was damaged by bullets from the rear gunner of a Bf 110 which punctured 
					the fuel tanks and the aircraft began losing fuel. The pilot headed back to England but was forced to 
					abandon the aircraft over Huizen, Holland and was captured as a POW. MACR 1275.  The aircraft is 
					believed to have crashed into the Ijsselmeer, Holland.
				7980	(MSN 128)	334th FS [QP-H], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Texas" - artwork of a rampant bull 
					on the Texas state outline
				7981	(MSN 129)	334th FS [QP-R], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Damaged 27Jul43 taxying at Debden; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Station 342, Shropshire, UK.
					Destroyed 12Jul44 after mid air collision with P-47C 41-6362 8 miles SW of Atcham; Pilot killed
				7982	(MSN 130)	552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-A], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342, 
					Shropshire, UK. "Mary"; Damaged 22Dec43 on take-off at Atcham; [DQ-J bar]; Declared war weary; 
					Mid air collision 8Sep44 at Atcham, landed safely.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7983	(MSN 131)	62nd FS [LM-S bar], 56th FG, 8th AF; 83rd FS [HL-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw. Hans-Gerd Wennekers of JG-11/5 N of Quakenbruck, Germany March 6, 1944; 
					MACR 2974.  Pilot killed
				7984	(MSN 132)	357th FS [OS-Q], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "On The Ball"; 
					Damaged 24Aug43 taxying at Steeple Morden. On 7Nov43 the fighter was despatched to provide escort 
					for B-26 formations of the 9th AF attacking German airfields at Montdidier and Meulan, France.
					On the return the flight encountered thick cloud formations over France. The flight entered the clouds 
					his aircraft sustained a mid-air collision with P-47D 42-8370 and crashed near Montdidier, France; 
					MACR 1280.  Aircraft salvaged and used by the Luftwaffe.
				7985	(MSN 133)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Damaged 16Mar43 when ground looped at Goxhill; 
					352nd FS [SX-R]; Metfield, Station 366; Crashed and destroyed by fire when the aircraft stalled while
					attempting to land with engine malfunction at RAF Metfield, Suffolk, UK. 18Sep43; Pilot killed
				7986	(MSN 134)	84th FS [WZ-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Accident 14Sep43 landing at Duxford; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-R], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Declared war weary; Mid air collision 10Sep44 with P-47D 42-74684 at Cronkhill Farm near Shrewsbury; Pilot killed
				7987	(MSN 135)	351st FS [YJ-J], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Jeannie"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-V], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Station 342, Shropshire, UK; 
					Declared war weary; Accident 29Aug44 landing at RAF Atcham; 22nd FS [3T-Z bar], 36th FG, 9th AF
				7988	(MSN 136)	350th FS [LH-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Goxhill, Station 345, Lincolnshire, UK; [LH-X]; "Dove of Peace V"; 
					Accident 20Jul43 landing at Goxhill.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7989	(MSN 137)	350th FS [LH-L], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Crashed near Saint-Omer, France October 22, 1943; MACR 1041.  Pilot killed. After entering a Cirrus overcast, 
					the mission was recalled and the flight turned back towards base. This aircraft wasn't seen to turn 
					and is presumed to have lost contact with the flight.
				7990	(MSN 138)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Shot down by 
					Fw 190A-4 of JG 2 and crashed at Elbeuf, France August 16, 1943; Pilot killed. The pilot was 
					Colonel Joseph A. Morris, commander of 353rd FG.
				7991	(MSN 139)	358th FS [YF-U], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Miss Pam"; 
					53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Accident 8Feb45 landing at Le Culot; 
					Damaged on the ground 16Feb45 when ground looped and collided with P-47D 44-20061 at Le Culot.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7992	(MSN 140)	358th FS [YF-D], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 62nd FS [LM-K bar], 56th FG, 
					8th AF, RAF Halesworth, Station 365, Suffolk, UK; Crash landed 27Mar44 at Halesworth.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				7993	(MSN 141)	486th FS [PZ-X], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Bromo Baby" Artwork - Grumpy 
					from Snow White; Declared war weary; 339th Bomb Squadron, 96th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Rougham, Bury St Edmonds, 
					Station 468; Accident 23Mar45 landing at RAF Rattlesden, Suffolk, UK.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				7994	(MSN 142)	HQ FS [WR-I], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Speed" / "Lil' Jo"; Lost November 13, 1943
				7995	(MSN 143)	84th FS [WZ-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 352nd FS [SX-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, 
					Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Shot down on a mission to escort B-17s attacking at Rennes, France by 
					Fw. Ernst Henning in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/1 over Carentoir and crashed at Le Couettu, 3km NW of Carentoir, 
					France September 23, 1943;  MACR 757.  Pilot killed.
				7996	(MSN 144)	354th FS [WR-D], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Shot down during a mission to 
					provide penetration support to bombers attacking at Bremen, Germany by Bf 109G-6 flown by Hptm Gunther Specht 
					of JG 11/II Stab near Oldenburg, Germany November 29, 1943;  MACR 1286.  Pilot KIA
				7997	(MSN 145)	328th FS [PE-P], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Hildegarde"; "Patty II" [Named after 
					the pilot's wife]; HQ Squadron; Crashed 21Feb44 after engine failure 10 miles N of Norwich, Norfolk, UK; 
					Pilot bailed out
				7998	(MSN 146)	82nd FS [MX-D; MX-N; MX-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Kitty" [named for his 
					new wife] / Sundown Ranch artwork - coat-of-arms of his family ranch [Named for pilot's home - Sundown 
					Ranch, Snowflake, AZ]; Shot down 6Mar44 by a Fw 190 near Aumühle, Germany; MACR 2975.  Pilot killed.
				7999	(MSN 147)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					While flying escort for the B-17 bomber formation attacking the German airfield at Ameins, Glisy, France, 
					collided with P-47D 42-8383 during a formation turn and crashed 5 miles S of Doullens, France August 31, 1943; 
					MACR 474.  Pilot bailed out but his parachute failed to open and he was killed
				8000	(MSN 148)	357th FS [OS-H], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Damaged 5Feb44 taxying at 
					RAF Gravesend; 377th FS [E4-J], 362nd FG, 9th AF; Crash landed 30Jun44 with fuel starvation near Chailey, East Sussex.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				8001	(MSN 149)	350th FS [LH-V], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Crash landed 
					24Oct43 at Metfield; Mid air collision with P-47D 42-7940 near Vechta, Germany February 3, 1944; 
					The pilot was firing on a Bf 109 when he saw another P47 coming in from his right, which was firing 
					on the same Bf 109 at about 30 degrees deflection. The other P-47 came in over the right wing, 
					hitting the number 1 and 2 guns and engine cowling, its tail cut off by the propellor. The aircraft 
					was seriously damaged, the instruments were completely out (at one point the pilot hung a knife 
					on a string to stay level in clouds) and the engine was vibrating as if it were about to leave the aircraft. 
					Declared war weary; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, Station 342
					Shropshire, UK ; Mid air collision 28Jul44 near Ludlow, landed safely but aircraft was badly damaged and
					washed out.
				8002	(MSN 150)	351st FS [YJ-E], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; "Sis"; 
					Battle damaged on a dive-bombing mission to Fort Rouge airfield, St Omer, France 25Nov43; 359th FS [OC-N], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Wilmarine" / "Losesome Lee"
				8003	(MSN 151)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366
				8004	(MSN 152)	487th FS [HO-W], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Gee Whiz" [aircraft shared by 
					Lt Gee & Lt Whisner - hence aircraft name]; Accident 26Jan44 landing at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, UK
				8005	(MSN 153)	350th FS [LH-B], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366
				8006	(MSN 154)	358th FS [YF-A], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Shot down by Oblt Hans-Georg Dippel 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG26/9 at Stekene, Belgium December 1, 1943; MACR 1435.  Pilot KIA
				8007	(MSN 155)	487th FS [HO-J], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, Station 141, Norfolk, UK; "Helen Of Troy"; Damaged 24Oct43 
					when the right landing gear collapsed after a hard landing at Bodney.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8008	(MSN 156)	486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141, Norfolk, UK; Crash landed 21Jul43 and destroyed at Bodney
				8009	(MSN 157)	National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory,
					Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH; Engine & Test Branch, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Destroyed 5Mar45 at 
					Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Wright Field on a test flight when the 
					pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes
					inside, including P-47D 42-8009
				8010	(MSN 158)	395th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 18Apr44 
					wheels up with engine failure at Fire Island, Long Island, NY; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 18Apr44 with engine failure and destroyed one mile W of Goldsboro, NC
				8011	(MSN 159)	132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 14Apr44 landing at Suffolk County	
				8012	(MSN 160)	14th Tow Target Squadron, 1st AF, Camp Davis Field, Holly Ridge NC; Damaged 25Jan44 in collision 
					with Curtiss RA-25A Shrike 42-80127 while taxying at Camp Davis
				8013	(MSN 161)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 207th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Deming Field, NM; Crash landed 
					11Jun45 wheels up after mechanical failure at Deming
				8014	(MSN 162)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 207th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Deming Field, NM; 
					Accident 21Dec44 after engine failure taking off from Deming; Crash landed 16Mar45 wheels up after engine failure at Deming
				8015	(MSN 163)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 207th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Deming Field, NM; Accident 13Jun45
				8016	(MSN 164)	141st Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Davis Field, Holly Ridge NC; Accident 10Jun44 landing at Camp Davis; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 207th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Deming Field, NM; Crash landed 14May45 wheels up 
					after mechanical failure 30 miles E of Deming
				8017	(MSN 165)	
				8018	(MSN 166)	365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; Crashed 7May43 with engine failure and 
					destroyed at Baltimore; Pilot killed
				8019	(MSN 167)	53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; Ainsworth Field, NB; Crashed 17Feb44 on fire 
					and destroyed 6 miles SE of Bassett, NB; Pilot bailed out
				8020	(MSN 168)	404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Force landed 5Dec43 with fuel starvation at Camp Springs
				8021	(MSN 169)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 26Jul43 in 
					collision with P-47D 42-74769 while taxying at Republic Field; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT;
					Crashed 19Apr44 after losing control and destroyed at Bradley; Pilot killed
				8022	(MSN 170)	262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; Destroyed 9Jul44 when force landed with fuel 
					starvation 3 miles NE of Bruning
				8023	(MSN 171)	435th Base Headquarters Squadron, 133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Crash landed 15Mar44 wheels up  near Hillsgrove; Accident 3Mar45 taxying at Hillsgrove
				8024	(MSN 172)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Destroyed 19May43 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-22344 landing at Grenier Field
				8025	(MSN 173)	130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 6Jun44 with a towed target at Norfolk
				8026	(MSN 174)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Crashed 14Aug43 with fuel 
					starvation and destroyed 10 miles SE of Harwich, MA
				8027	(MSN 175)	21st FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 6May43 
					landing at Farmingdale; 377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 28Jul43 landing with mechanical failure at Bradley Field
				8028	(MSN 176)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 31Jan45 landing at 
					Bradley; Redesignated TP-47D; Crashed 24Feb45 with mechanical failure after take-off from Bradley
				8029	(MSN 177)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Force landed 
					21Jun44 with engine failure near Abilene
				8030	(MSN 178)	125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 24Apr45 with P-47D 42-27829 
					5 miles SW of Cape May, NJ
				8031	(MSN 179)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crashed 6May43 after 
					losing control at Mitchel Field; Pilot bailed out
				8032	(MSN 180)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 28May43 
					with engine failure at Farmingdale; 406th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 4Oct43 
					taxying at Camp Springs; 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 28Apr44 and destroyed at Dover; 
					Pilot killed
				8033	(MSN 181)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Accident 6May43 landing 
					at Philadelphia; 376th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 21Aug43 with mechanical 
					failure taking off at Millville
				8034	(MSN 182)	374th FS [F-21], 361st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 19Jul43 while parked 
					in collision by L-4A 43-36593 taxying at Camp Springs; 534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crashed 1Apr44 with mechanical failure landing at Dover; 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crashed 8Jul44 at the Dover Ground Gunnery Range; Pilot killed
				8035	(MSN 183)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Accident 26Jan45 landing with mechanical failure at Seymour Johnson
				8036	(MSN 184)	
				8037	(MSN 185)	358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Accident 30May43 on the 
					ground with assistant crew chief at Philadelphia; 390th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, NC; 
					Accident 22Oct43 taxying at Bluethenthal
				8038	(MSN 186)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Mid air collision 19Aug43 
					with a towed target at Suffolk County; 320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crashed 4Dec43 and destroyed at Camp Upton Landing Strip, Long Island, NY; Pilot killed
				8039	(MSN 187)	435th Base Headquarters Squadron, 133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; 
					Accident 10Apr44 taking off at Hillsgrove; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Damaged 6Jun45 taxying at Seymour Johnson
				8040	(MSN 188)	486th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 7May43 
					during take-off in collision with parked P-47C 41-6143 at Farmingdale; 442nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 17Nov43 when nosed over landing at Bedford, MA; 
					133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Ditched 28Jun44 after engine failure at 
					Narragansett Bay off Point Judith, RI
				8041	(MSN 189)	366th FS [IA-Z], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; "Mrs. Ham" / "Lil' Ham 3"; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit crashing on a wooded hill in Bérou-la-Mulotière, 
					France July 14, 1944; MACR 6878.  Pilot killed
				8042	(MSN 190)	370th FS [CR-H; CS-H], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Force landed 11Apr44 at 
					RAF Manston, Isle of Thanet, Kent, UK
				8043	(MSN 191)	
				8044	(MSN 192)	
				8045	(MSN 193)	388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 1Sep43 landing at Dover; 
					324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Destroyed 18Dec43 in collision with P-47D 42-75480 taxying at Richmond
				8046	(MSN 194)	322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Crash landed 17Mar44 with 
					engine failure at Black Creek, NC; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 26Sep44 landing at Seymour Johnson
				8047	(MSN 195)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Crashed 26May43 and 
					destroyed after losing control at Davon, PA; Pilot killed
				8048	(MSN 196)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Crash landed 7May43 after engine 
					failure at Millville, NJ; 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA; Accident 17Jun44 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Blackstone
				8049	(MSN 197)	388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 5Sep43 and destroyed 6 miles W of 
					Bridgeville, DE; Pilot killed
				8050	(MSN 198)	357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; Crash landed 7May43 wheels 
					up with mechanical failure at Millville Field, NJ; 126th Base Unit, 1st AF, Walterboro Field, SC; 
					Accident 28Dec44 when ground looped landing at Walterboro.  Also listed (342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) crashed
					 on Mount Strong Morobe, Papua New Guinea Aug 18, 1943 due to bad weather Aug 18, 1943. Pilot killed. 
					Wreckage not found until 1996. 
				8051	(MSN 199)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Ditched 16Jul43 after engine failure 
					into Mobjack Bay, VA
				8052	(MSN 200)	
				8053	(MSN 201)	Assigned to 341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Air Transport Command; Destroyed 18Jul43 in collision with P-47D 42-8124 on the ground at Cooktown, QLD, 
					Australia during the delivery flight to New Guinea.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8054	(MSN 202)	342nd FS [61], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 31Aug43 taxying at Wards; Accident 18Oct43 landing at Wards.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8055	(MSN 203)	
				8056	(MSN 204)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Crash landed 28Aug43 and destroyed 5 miles inland of Red Scar Bay, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed. 
					Conflict: 
					553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Force landed 2Mar45 with engine failure 10 
					miles W of Greensboro, NC
				8057	(MSN 205)	328th FS [PE-O], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141
				8058	(MSN 206)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 7Oct43 on take-off at Dobodura, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
					if repaired.
				8059	(MSN 207)	342nd FS [59], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					On August 18, 1943 the fighter took off from Wards Airfield, Port Moresby on an escort mission for C-47 
					Dakotas bound for Wau Airfield, New Guinea. This aircraft and P-47D 42-8144 entered cumulus clouds 
					over the Owen Stanley mountains. Both became lost and failed to return from the mission and were 
					officially declared Missing in Action (MIA). These two aircraft became the first weather-related P-47 
					Thunderbolt losses in New Guinea. In fact, both aircraft crashed into the mountains. In 1996, Alfred Hagen 
					located the wreckage of this P-47 at an elevation of 8,000' on Mount Strong near Arabuka village.
				8060	(MSN 208)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 15Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8146 taxying at Wards Airfield, New Guinea; Damaged 28Oct43 
					taxying at Nadzab, New Guinea
				8061	(MSN 209)	
				8062	(MSN 210)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 28Sep43 landing at Wards Airfield, New Guinea
				8063	(MSN 211)	
				8064	(MSN 212)	341st FS [33], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"P-Shooter"; May have been shipped back to USA as war weary on USS Nassau, noted at Dreger Harbor, 
					Finschhafen, New Guinea May25, 1944. Off-loaded at NAS San Diego, CA.
				8065	(MSN 213)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 3Nov43 in collision with P-47D 42-8105 taxying at Dobodura Strip #12, New Guinea; 
					4th Ferrying Group, Memphis Municipal Airport, TN; Damaged 6Jul45 taxying at Greenwood, MS
				8066	(MSN 214)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Carter's Lil' Pill" [after the popular regularity medicine named Carter's Little Liver Pills] 
					[Pilot William O. Carter Jr]. Force landed in Lake Iraguma, NW of Port Moresby, New Guinea October 1, 1943. 
					Pilot survived and was rescued. On October 1, 1943 the fighter took off from Port Moresby; 
					during the flight, the oil pump failed, causing the engine to seize. The pilot made a wheels 
					up landing roughly 18 miles northwest of Port Moresby at Lake Iraguma near the Waigani Swamp. 
					The aircraft was virtually undamaged during the force landing.  During 1965 to 1968, Bill Champan 
					decided to salvage this P-47. He began by clearing a track to the wreck, to allow access. The 
					P-47 was lifted onto a trailer flatbed then towed out by a bulldozer. Due to the wet seasons and 
					difficulty transporting it, the aircraft was cut into five sections and moved by hand onto dry land, 
					then transported to Port Moresby.  After salvage, the P-47 was stored at the South Pacific Motor 
					Sports Club (SPMSC) in Port Moresby then outside at The Air Museum of New Guinea (AMPNG) until 
					the early 1970s. The AMPNG attempted restoration but very little substantial work was done. 
					The remains languished, firstly in a holding yard owned by a local car dealership, and then 
					behind the local car club without any security. Then along came the Museum of Transport and 
					Technology in Auckland, New Zealand. A deal was hatched, and the remains were shipped to 
					New Zealand in about 1970-1972.  During the early 1970s, the P-47 was transported to New Zealand on 
					loan to the Museum of Transport and Technology (MoTAT). The museum attempted some external restoration 
					of the aircraft for static display.  Until 1991, this P-47 was displayed outdoors until MoTAT swapped 
					this aircraft to the RNZAF Museum in exchange for restoration work done on their Mosquito.
					Until 1995, the P-47 was stored disassembled inside the RNZAF Weedons facility. During 1995, the P-47 
					was swapped or sold to Robert Greinert, Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) for a new built 
					Sopwith Camel that included some original parts. The P-47 was transported as air freight aboard a 
					RNZAF C-130 to Sydney Airport then transported to HARS at Sydney Airport (Mascot).
					During the late 1990s, Robert Greinert began to restore this P-47 with plans to make it airworthy. 
					During 2000 to 2004, this aircraft was under restoration by Peter Salmon and volunteer labor from HARS. 
					Around 2010, this aircraft was transported to HARS at Albion Park Airfield, Illawarra and placed on 
					public display. Around this time, a new built tail group was attached to the fuselage. 
					As of April 2012, this aircraft was no longer on public display at Albion Park; restoration work continues. 
				8067	(MSN 215)	342nd FS [68], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "Bonnie"
				8068	(MSN 216)	
				8069	(MSN 217)	39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; Accident 12Dec43 landing at 
					Schwimmer Airfield (14 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				8070	(MSN 218)	
				8071	(MSN 219)	342nd FS [90], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea
				8072	(MSN 220)	340th FS [20], 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Fair Dinkum"; Damaged 28Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8076 taxying at Jackson.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				8073	(MSN 221)	
				8074	(MSN 222)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 28Sep43 landing at Nadzab #3, New Guinea; Pilot survived.  Aircraft was abandoned at Finschhafen 
					Airfield, New Guinea and buried in a pit.  During 2002, this aircraft was reportedly dug up by an Australian 
					group known as '75 Squadron' (no association with the RAAF or 75 Squadron) while the group was recovering 
					aircraft scrap from Finschhafen Airfield. The aircraft was transported to Lae where it was loaded into a 
					container, shipped to Australia and unloaded at Melbourne.  Shipped to Westpac Restorations in Rialto, 
					California and stored at their facility 2003. Owned by Paul Allen, Flying Heritage Collection. 
					This recovery was cited as an illegal recovery in a PNG Government Public Accounts Committee 
					Report in 2006. Current whereabouts today are unknown, likely moved to Paul Allen, Flying Heritage 
					Collection in Arlington, WA.
				8075	(MSN 223)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Hell'za Poppin"; Damaged 14Sep43 on take-off from Jackson; Accident 22Oct43 landing at Jackson.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8076	(MSN 224)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 28Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8072 taxying at Jackson.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				8077	(MSN 225)	340th FS [12], 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea
				8078	(MSN 226)	RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; 
					scrapped at Searcy
				8079	(MSN 227)	
				8080	(MSN 228)	
				8081	(MSN 229)	341st FS [36], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Hi-Topper"; Damaged 27Aug43 in ground accident at Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Ditched 10Oct43 into Redscar Bay, New Guinea. While test firing the fighter’s guns, the shells ricochetted 
					off rocks into the belly fuel tank. Pilot survived and was rescued by natives.
				8082	(MSN 230)	341st FS [34], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Crashed 24Aug43 in bad weather near Waffar River, New Guinea; Pilot bailed out
				8083	(MSN 231)	
				8084	(MSN 232)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 2Sep43 in collision with Douglas P-70 Havoc 39-789 taxying at Jackson; Pilot survived, aircraft
					damaged but repaired.  To 122nd Base Unit, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Damaged 20Feb45 taxying at Camp Springs; RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation 
					to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcy
				8085	(MSN 233)	
				8086	(MSN 234)
				8087	(MSN 235)	
				8088	(MSN 236)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 18Oct43 landing on the emergency strip at Rogers Airfield, (30 Mile Drome), New Guinea
				8089	(MSN 237)	Accepted by USAAF 4Aug43; Shipped to Westpac Restorations in Rialto, California and 
					stored at their facility 2003
				8090	(MSN 238)	
				8091	(MSN 239)	
				8092	(MSN 240)	341st FS [34], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea
				8093	(MSN 241)	
				8094	(MSN 242)	
				8095	(MSN 243)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Lost 26Dec43 near Sakar Island, west of Cape Gloucester, New Guinea, possibly shot down by Allied 
					anti-aircraft fire; MACR 4474.  Pilot MIA. The fighter took off on a mission to escort bombers over Cape Gloucester. 
					Off the southwest coast of New Britain, at 18,000' it encountered Japanese fighters and bombers. 
					The P-47 was seen to peel off into a long steep dive after a Japanese fighter, and disappeared 
					into the clouds at about 6,000'. The MACR wrongly lists this loss as being in 1944.
				8096	(MSN 244)	341st FS [31], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Miss Mutt" / "Pride of Lodi Ohio"
				8097	(MSN 245)	
				8098	(MSN 246)	RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; 
					scrapped at Searcey
				8099	(MSN 247)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Shot down by Japanese fighter near Arawe Islands, New Guinea December 27, 1943; MACR 2603.  Pilot bailed out & MIA
				8100	(MSN 248)	
				8101	(MSN 249)	
				8102	(MSN 250)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Crashed 26Jun45 after engine failure 17 miles SW of Galveston; Pilot bailed out
				8103	(MSN 251)	
				8104	(MSN 252)	
				8105	(MSN 253)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 3Nov43 in collision with P-47D 41-8065 taxying at Dobodura Airfield #12, New Guinea. 
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8106	(MSN 254)	
				8107	(MSN 255)	41st FS, 35th FG, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; Damaged 1Jan44 on take-off at Nadzab #1, New Guinea; 
					556th Base Unit, 6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, Long Beach Field, CA; Crashed 4Jun45 8 miles S of Corona, CA
				8108	(MSN 256)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 15Aug43 when caught in a crosswind on approach, stalled causing a tail spin, crashed and destroyed at 
					Durand Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				8109 (MSN 257)	
				8110	(MSN 258)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 10Aug43 landing at Wards Airfield.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8111	(MSN 259)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Crash landed 20Jul43 and destroyed at Durand Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea.  Pilot survived
				8112	(MSN 260)	
				8113	(MSN 261)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 16Aug43 taxying at Jackson Airfield.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8114	(MSN 262)	135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Force landed 30Mar45 with engine failure 
					at NAS Lakehurst, NJ
				8115	(MSN 263)	
				8116	(MSN 264)	6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach Field, CA; Crashed 9Jul45 with mechanical failure 
					10 miles N of Charleston, MS; Pilot bailed out
				8117	(MSN 265)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Red Devil"; Crashed 22Oct43 in New Guinea. The fighter took off from Port Moresby on a mission to 
					escort B-25 Mitchells over Wewak. This P-47 became lost and ran low on fuel. The pilot bailed 
					out 100 miles up the Fly River over Madiri plantation. MACR 6606.  Pilot MIA
				8118	(MSN 266)	
				8119	(MSN 267)	342nd FS [60], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea
				8120	(MSN 268)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 7Oct43 landing at Nadzab #2, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8121	(MSN 269)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "Sunshine". 
					On October 22, 1943 the fighter took off from Tsili-Tsili Airfield, New Guinea on a mission to escort 
					B-25s over Wewak. Last seen by the flight leader as their flight engaged Japanese Ki-61 Tonys off 
					the southwest coast of Kairiru Island. The pilot became lost in bad weather until he ran short of fuel. 
					Pilot bailed out over the mouth of the Fly River, was rescued by friendly natives and returned to his squadron.
					MACR 14287
				8122	(MSN 270)	
				8123	(MSN 271)	
				8124	(MSN 272)	Assigned to 342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Air Transport Command; Destroyed 18Jul43 in collision with P-47D 42-8053 on the ground at Cooktown, QLD, 
					Australia during the delivery flight to New Guinea.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8125	(MSN 273)	342nd FS [51], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					7th Ferrying Group, Gore Field, Great Falls, MT; Crashed 7Jan45 10 miles N of Aurora, CO
				8126	(MSN 274)	
				8127	(MSN 275)	340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 26Sep43 landing at Jackson.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8128	(MSN 276)	348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "My Ba-a-aby"
				8129	(MSN 277)	
				8130	(MSN 278)	341st FS [67], 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Frankie"; During 1943, this P-47 force landed at Hood Point Airfield (Hula Airfield) east of Port Moresby, 
					New Guinea; precise date of crash is unknown, but sometime after November 7, 1943. The rear fuselage 
					was severely damaged, and the P-47 was abandoned upside down at the end of the runway.
					During 1968, the engine, cockpit section and tail were salvaged by Bill Chapman and transported to 
					Jackson Airport for use as a source of spare parts for the restoration of P-47D 42-8066.
					During the early 1970s, Charles Darby was allowed to export P-47D 42-8066 and in exchange was to restore 
					and return this aircraft. This P-47 was transported to New Zealand and restored at Museum of Transportation 
					and Technology (MoTaT). Per his agreement, it was returned to the PNG Museum and placed on display until 2001.
					During 1968, the engine, cockpit section and tail were salvaged by Bill Chapman and transported to Jackson 
					Airport for use as a source of spare parts for the restoration of P-47D 42-8066.
					During the early 1970s, Charles Darby was allowed to export P-47D 42-8066 and in exchange was to restore and 
					return this aircraft. This P-47 was transported to New Zealand and restored at Museum of Transportation 
					and Technology (MoTaT). Per his agreement, it was returned to the PNG Museum and placed on display until 2001.
					During 2001, the aircraft was given to Robert Greinert, Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) 
					to re-restore. It was shipped to Australia and some minor restoration work (stripping of paint) was undertaken.
					Instead of being further restored and returned to the PNG Museum, the P-47 was sold to the Pima Air & Space Museum. 
					It was shipped to the United States and placed into storage to await further restoration. Will be sent to 
					HARS, Sydney for static restoration and returned to Pima for eventual display.
				8131	(MSN 279)	
				8132	(MSN 280)	342nd FS [75], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Black Magic"; Damaged 1Sep43 taxying at Wards Airfield; 	Pilot survived, aircraft ws repaired.
					5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX; Crash landed 30Aug45 with mechanical failure at Greenwood, MS
				8133	(MSN 281)	
				8134	(MSN 282)	
				8135	(MSN 283)	
				8136	(MSN 284)	
				8137	(MSN 285)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 5Aug43 on the ground at Durand Field, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8138	(MSN 286)	
				8139	(MSN 287)	
				8140	(MSN 288)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 9Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8145 taxying at Durand Field, New Guinea.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8141	(MSN 289)	
				8142	(MSN 290)	
				8143	(MSN 291)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 20Oct43 landing at Durand Field, New Guinea. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				8144	(MSN 292)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					On August 18, 1943 the fighter took off from Wards Airfield, Port Moresby on an escort mission for C-47 
					Dakotas bound for Wau Airfield, New Guinea. This aircraft and P-47D 42-8059 entered cumulus clouds over 
					the Owen Stanley mountains. Both became lost and failed to return from the mission and were officially d
					declared Missing in Action (MIA). These two aircraft became the first weather related P-47 Thunderbolt losses 
					in New Guinea. In fact, both aircraft crashed into the mountains. This P-47 crashed roughly 20 miles southwest 
					of Garaina near Mount Blackmar. Pilot bailed out and was rescued by locals and evaded capture
				8145	(MSN 293)	342nd FS [73], 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					"Fiery Ginger"; Damaged 9Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8140 taxying at Durand Field, New Guinea. 
					On October 22, 1943 the fighter took off from Tsili-Tsili Airfield, New Guinea on a mission to escort B-25s 
					over Wewak. Weather was scattered clouds and overcast at 10,000'. Last seen by the Flight Leader with 
					a Ki-61 Tony (or "Zeke") on its tail near Kairiru Island. MACR 4361.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				8146	(MSN 294)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 15Sep43 in collision with P-47D 42-8060 taxying at Wards Airfield
				8147	(MSN 295)	
				8148	(MSN 296)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 8Aug43 landing at Wards Airfield.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				8149	(MSN 297)	War Bond aircraft; "City of Aberdeen, South Dakota"; 348th FG, 5th AF, Jackson Airfield (
					7 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea
				8150	(MSN 298)	
				8151	(MSN 299)	
				8152	(MSN 300)	342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Wards Airfield, (5 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; "Cabby"
				8153	(MSN 301)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 22Aug44 with 
					mechanical failure near Seymour Johnson
				8154	(MSN 302)	124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Force landed 13Apr44 after engine 
					failure and destroyed at Bluethenthal
				8155	(MSN 303)	320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 18Feb44 at Suffolk County, NY; 
					132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Force landed 25Sep44 
					with engine failure 2 miles NE of Suffolk County
				8156	(MSN 304)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 14Oct44 when nosed over 
					taxying at Seymour Johnson; Damaged 6Dec44 when ground looped landing at Smith-Reynolds Airport, NC
				8157	(MSN 305)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 18Feb44 with mechanical failure at 
					Lee Hall, VA; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 23Jun44 with 
					engine failure one mile SW of Seymour Johnson
				8158	(MSN 306)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 14May43 
					landing at Mitchel Field; 369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Crash landed 10Jun43 after engine failure Southaven Centre, Moriches Flight Strip, NY; 534th FS, 83rd FG, 
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 24Feb44 2 miles W of Goshen, NJ; Pilot killed
				8159	(MSN 307)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; 
					Accident 12Jan44 in collision on the ground at Cross City
				8160	(MSN 308)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 27Sep44 in collision with P-47C 41-6608 taxying at Seymour Johnson; 
					Accident 7Nov44 when ground looped landing at Seymour Johnson; 232nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 4May45 after mechanical failure 15 miles NE of Stratford, TX
				8161	(MSN 309)	
				8162	(MSN 310)	HQ Squadron, 1stSingle Engine Gunnery Training Group, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; 
					Crash landed 20Oct43 and destroyed after taking off at Auxiliary Field No 4 (Peel Field), Eglin, FL
				8163	(MSN 311)	
				8164	(MSN 312)	553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; Force landed 18Aug45 out of 
					gas 90 miles NE of Scott Field, IL
				8165	(MSN 313)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 
					6Aug43 with a towed target at Suffolk County; 397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, 
					Long Island, NY; Crashed 6Oct43 after losing control at Suffolk County AAB, NY; Pilot killed
				8166	(MSN 314)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Force landed 20Jan45 after engine failure at Bradley
				8167	(MSN 315)	402nd FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Destroyed 17Dec43 landing at Groton
				8168	(MSN 316)	
				8169	(MSN 317)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Crashed 1May43 after engine failure 
					and destroyed at Langley
				8170	(MSN 318)	124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 12May44 with 
					a towed target on the aerial gunnery range, Bluethenthal; 356th Base Unit, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, 
					Mount Clemens, MI; Crash landed 11Feb45 with mechanical failure at Selfridge
				8171	(MSN 319)	Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crash landed 29Apr43 wheels up at Patterson Field, OH; 390th FS, 
					366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Force landed 7Nov43 in water and destroyed after 
					engine failure one mile N of Wrightsville Beach, NC
				8172	(MSN 320)	401st FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 19Nov43 after engine failure and 
					fire near Groton; Pilot killed
				8173	(MSN 321)	485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Force landed 14Nov43 after engine failure 
					at Amagansett Beach, Long Island, NY; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Mid air collision 2Oct44 at Peakskill NY
				8174	(MSN 322)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Crash landed 30May43 wheels up after engine failure at Rye Lake Airport, White Plains, NY; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 12Feb45 with a towed target 55 miles NE of Norfolk
				8175	(MSN 323)	53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; Ainsworth Field, NB; Mid air collision with 
					P-47D 42-22559 and crashed near Wood Lake, 20 miles NW of Ainsworth, NB February 5, 1944. Two P-47's 
					from the Ainsworth Army Air Field were conducting a training mission over the Sandhills near Wood Lake. 
					The pilot of this aircraft covered the canopy in order to fly by instruments so that he would not be 
					able to see the ground. The other P-47 was acting as the observer, but was too close to the plane 
					flying by instruments which made an unanticipated turn and flew into the observer plane. Both planes 
					spiraled out of control and crashed about one half mile apart. Both pilots were killed during 
					either the mid-air collision or upon striking the ground.
				8176	(MSN 324)	537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 18Jan44 landing at Millville; 
					536th FS; Mid air collision 1Apr44 with a towed target on the Gunnery Range near Atlantic City, NJ
				8177	(MSN 325)	
				8178	(MSN 326)	366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Crashed 22May43 with mechanical 
					failure and destroyed at Langley
				8179	(MSN 327)	
				8180	(MSN 328)	132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 4May44 landing at Suffolk County
				8181	(MSN 329)	
				8182	(MSN 330)	124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Accident 2Jun44 landing at 
					Bluethenthal; Mid air collision 28Sep44 with P-47D 42-22433 25 miles SE of Wilmington, NC; Pilot killed
				8183	(MSN 331)	341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF, Durand Airfield, (17 Mile Drome), Port Moresby, New Guinea; 
					Accident 8Aug43 taxying at Jackson; 534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 19Feb44 
					taxying at Dover; 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 9Jul44 taxying at Dover; 
					Force landed 24Jul44 with mechanical failure at Dover
				8184	(MSN 332)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Destroyed 2May43 taking off at Richmond
				8185	(MSN 333)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 29Aug43 caused by 
					mechanical failure at Hillsgrove Field; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 29May44 after engine failure 5 miles E of Dudley, NC
				8186	(MSN 334)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Mid air collision 24Jun43 
					with P-47D 42-8208 at Westboro, MA; Pilot killed
				8187	(MSN 335)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 19Jul43 taking off and destroyed at Suffolk County
				8188	(MSN 336)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; Accident 2May43 landing wheels up at Bedford; 
					Accident 29May43 landing at Stewart Field, NY
				8189	(MSN 337)	Crashed on take-off after striking a brick factory building at Green Field, RI June 3, 1943
				8190	(MSN 338)	311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Crash landed 2Jun43 with 
					fuel starvation at Sagamore Beach, MA
				8191	(MSN 339)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 9May43 in collision 
					with P-47C 41-6147 taking off at Grenier
				8192	(MSN 340)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crashed 29May43 
					on fire at Ossining, NY; Pilot bailed out
				8193	(MSN 341)	402nd FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Mid air collision 17Sep43 
					with P-47D 42-22376 at Westover; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Accident 3Jul44 
					landing with mechanical failure at Camp Springs; Crash landed 7Feb45 after engine failure 3 miles S of Forrester, MD
				8194	(MSN 342)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Crashed 13May43 out of control at Candia, NH; 
					Pilot killed
				8195	(MSN 343)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Damaged 31Jul43 in 
						collision with P-47D 42-22376 taxying at Mitchel; 321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
						Goldsboro, NC; Accident 23Feb44 landing at Seymour Johnson
				8196	(MSN 344)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 3Jun43 with a towed target at Farmingdale; 395th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, 
					Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 26Sep43 landing with mechanical failure at Farmingdale
				8197	(MSN 345)	Patterson Field, OH; Accident 26May43 in collision with Curtiss P-36G Hawk, 42-108995, 
					landing at Patterson; Replacement Training Unit, 325th Base Unit, 3rd AF, Avon Park Field, FL; 
					Accident 5Jul44 landing at Avon Park; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Damaged 10Jan45 in collision with parked TP-47D 42-8245 at Bradley; 
					Crashed 30Apr45 in bad weather 2 miles NW of Ellington, CT; Pilot killed
				8198	(MSN 346)	535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Destroyed 30Mar44 in collision with P-47C 
					41-6144 landing at Camp Springs
				8199	(MSN 347)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; Accident 14Aug43 with mechanical failure 
					taxying at Bedford; 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 14Jun44 after engine failure on the beach E of Shinnecock Inlet, NY
				8200	(MSN 348)	
				8201	(MSN 349)	133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Crashed 22May44 in Narragansett Bay, 
					one mile SE of Quonset, RI; Pilot killed
				8202	(MSN 350)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 22Jul43 
					landing at Suffolk County Field; Crashed 31Jul43 after engine failure and destroyed by fire at Sayville, NY
				8203	(MSN 351)	122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Force landed 1May44 with engine failure at Camp Springs
				8204	(MSN 352)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 10Jul43 
					landing at Suffolk County; 485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crash landed 29Oct43 after 
					engine failure at Sagoponick, Long Island, NY
				8205	(MSN 353)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 14May43 when ground 
					looped with mechanical failure landing at Grenier Field; Redesignated TP-47D; Texas Railway & Equipment Co, 
					Houston TX; Registered NC75640 to Universal Air & Marine Supply Co, Washington, DC, cancelled 12Oct49 on export to Bolivia;
					Ferried Clinton AFB, OK to Washington, DC 5Oct49, ferried to La Paz, Bolivia Oct49; Fuerza Aérea Boliviana, 
					El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia; No operational use; Gate guardian with fake serial ‘FAB 007’ at La Paz airport, 
					Bolivia 1955/73; To Jim Cullen / Westair International Inc, 1976; Registered N14519 Dec73; Doug Champlin/ Windward 
					Aviation, Enid OK Feb76; Restored Carlsbad, CA 1976/81; Displayed at Champlin Fighter Museum, Falcon Field, 
					Mesa AZ, delivered May81; Painted in the markings of 325th FG; flew as USAAF "Big Stud", code 88; Museum 
					of Flight, Boeing Field, Seattle, WA Nov00; Current registered to Windward Aviation Inc.; Preserved and 
					on display at Museum of Flight, Seattle
				8206	(MSN 354)	53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; Damaged 11Oct43 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Biggs; Damaged 11Oct43 in collision with P-47D 42-74773 landing at Biggs Field, El Paso, TX
				8207	(MSN 355)	National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics (NACA); Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Assigned 14Oct43 to 13Mar44; 443rd FS [61], 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 31Mar44 in collision with P-47D 42-75464 landing at Norfolk
				8208	(MSN 356)	"311th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Mid air collision 24Jun43 with 
					P-47D 42-8186 at Westboro, MA; Pilot bailed out; 
					Conflict:
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Force landed 19Apr44 after engine failure at Westover
				8209	(MSN 357)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 9Jul43 
					landing after engine failure at Suffolk County; 331st Sub-Depot; Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Destroyed by fire 15Feb44 at Bradley Field
				8210	(MSN 358)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Destroyed 17Jul43 when crashed 
					into the Taunton River, Somerset, MA; Pilot killed
				8211	(MSN 359)	320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Damaged 29Nov43 when nosed 
					over taxying at Mitchel
				8212	(MSN 360)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; Mid air collision 
					20Jun45 with P-47D 42-28196, crashed and destroyed 4 miles NW of Galveston; Pilot killed
				8213	(MSN 361)	War Bond aircraft; "Spirit of Hayti"; 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Damaged 24Aug44 taxying at Dover
				8214	(MSN 362)	2nd Staff Squadron, Bolling Field, Washington, DC; Damaged 4Jun43 in collision with an object 
					at Newark Field, NJ
				8215	(MSN 363)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 29May45 with mechanical failure at Abilene
				8216	(MSN 364)	124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Accident 15Sep44 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal
				8217	(MSN 365)	448th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 8Apr44 with a towed target at Dover
				8218	(MSN 366)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; Accident 21Aug43 landing at Bedford; 401st FS, 
					370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Accident 18Nov43 landing at Groton; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Destroyed 18Jun44 when force landed with engine failure 3 miles NE of Southport, NC
				8219	(MSN 367)	69th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; Accident 16Jun43 landing at Bedford; 
					Accident 20Jul43 landing at Bedford
				8220	(MSN 368)	135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crashed 26Jul44 and destroyed near Trenton, NJ. 
					The pilot was on a night formation flight in the number two position. In the vicinity of Trenton, he 
					slid away from the formation and started a series of dives and recoveries. The flight leader made 
					several attempts to contact him, but with no response. The dives continued until the aircraft hit the 
					ground and exploded near Mercerville, 5 miles NE of Trenton, NJ. The pilot was killed.
				8221	(MSN 369)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Destroyed 15May44 when ground 
					looped taking off at Bradley
				8222	(MSN 370)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crashed 14Jun43 into 
					Atlantic Ocean, 5 miles SW of Bay Shore, NY; Pilot killed; 
					Conflict: 
					262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; Accident 28Jul44 and damaged by fire at Bruning
				8223	(MSN 371)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Bedford Field, MA; Accident 5May43 when ground looped landing at Bedford; 
					133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Crash landed 26Dec44 after engine failure 5 miles 
					N of Newport, RI
				8224	(MSN 372)	377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crash landed 20Jul43 after engine 
					failure at Bradley; Damaged 20Sep43 taxying at Suffolk County
				8225	(MSN 373)	310th FS, 58th FG, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 21Jun43 landing at Hillsgrove; 
					401st FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 29Oct43 with a towed target at Suffolk County; RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				8226	(MSN 374)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 3Jun43 
					when crashed after take-off with engine failure one mile SW of Farmingdale
				8227	(MSN 375)	
				8228	(MSN 376)	412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 23Jan44 taxying at Norfolk in 
					collision by P-47C 41-6418 which had ground looped during take-off; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 25Apr44 taxying at Camp Springs; Force landed 6Jun44 with fuel starvation after engine failure 
					one mile N of Camp Springs
				8229	(MSN 377)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 9May43 in collision with an object at Groton; 
					412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Damaged 31Jan44 in collision with P-47D 42-8236 taxying at 
					Norfolk; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Force landed 13Jul44 with fuel starvation 
					8 miles NE of Easton, MD; RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul 
					Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				8230	(MSN 378)	320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 8Dec43 
					after engine failure taking off at Mitchel
				8231	(MSN 379)	370th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 31Jul43 taxying at Mitchel
				8232	(MSN 380)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 25May43 taxying at Bradley; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Destroyed 30May44 when force landed after engine failure 
					2 miles SE of Camp Perry, Williamsburg, VA
				8233	(MSN 381)	
				8234	(MSN 382)	411th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA; Mid air collision 10Nov43 with P-47D 
					42-8269 and destroyed at Camp Pickett, Blackstone; Pilot killed
				8235	(MSN 383)	411th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA; Accident 7Jan44 in collision with 
					Beech C-43 43-10852 taxying at Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC		
				8236	(MSN 384)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 21Jun43 while parked in collision by P-47C 41-6432 taxying at Suffolk County; 
					412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Damaged 31Jan44 in collision with P-47D 42-8229 
					taxying at Norfolk; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Accident 24Nov44 at Camp Springs; RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation 
					to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				8237	(MSN 385)	122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crash landed 13Mar45 3 miles N of Easton, MD; 
					Pilot killed
				8238	(MSN 386)	
				8239	(MSN 387)	122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Accident 13Jun44 taking off at Camp Springs
				8240	(MSN 388)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Destroyed 31Jul43 taking off at Bradley
				8241	(MSN 389)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crashed 13May43 and destroyed after losing 
					control at North Stonington, CT; Pilot killed
				8242	(MSN 390)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 14Jun43 
					after engine failure and crashing into the Atlantic Ocean, one mile S of Rockaway Beach, NY; Pilot bailed out
				8243	(MSN 391)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 21Jul43 
					landing at Suffolk County; 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VADestroyed 20Jun44 after 
					engine failure and crashing at McKenney, VA; Pilot bailed out
				8244	(MSN 392)	368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 21Jun43 
					with mechanical failure at Ronkonkoma, NY; 537th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 15Feb44 landing at Millville; 537th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 14Apr44 taxying at Millville; 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 9May44 taxying at Millville; Mid air collision 18Dec44 with a towed target 5 miles E of Ocean City, NJ; 
					Damaged 10Mar45 by bird strike 3 miles S of Bridgeton, NJ; 
				8245	(MSN 393)	412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 22Jan44 at Norfolk; 610th Base Unit, 
					Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; Force landed 30Nov44 with fuel starvation 
					5 miles N of Marion, IN; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Damaged 10Jan45 while parked in collision by TP-47D 42-8197 at Bradley; 
				8246	(MSN 394)	131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VAAccident 26Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-74797 
					landing at Blackstone
				8247	(MSN 395)	532nd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 17Jan44 at Dover
				8248	(MSN 396)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 9Mar44 landing at Norfolk; RFC, 
					Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; 
					scrapped at Searcey
				8249	(MSN 397)	125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 1May44 landing at Dover
				8250	(MSN 398)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 2Mar44 landing at Norfolk; 
					130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 11May44 with P-47D 42-74790 and 
					destroyed 7 miles WSW of Norfolk; Pilot killed
				8251	(MSN 399)	377th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 17Jul43 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Bradley; 539th FS [A-374], 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crash landed 4Jan44 after engine failure at Bluethenthal
				8252	(MSN 400)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Accident 7Oct44 when nosed 
					over taxying at Seymour Johnson
				8253	(MSN 401)	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; 402nd FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 21Nov43 after engine failure taking off at Suffolk County
				8254	(MSN 402)	396th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 12Sep43 
					when crashed after engine failure at Floyd Bennett Field, NY
				8255	(MSN 403)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crashed 13May43 with structural 
					failure and destroyed at Windsor Locks, CT; Pilot killed
				8256	(MSN 404)	 Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crash landed 18Oct44 with fuel starvation 6 miles W of Newkirk, OK
				8257	(MSN 405)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 20Aug43 
					landing at Republic Field
				8258	(MSN 406)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 3Aug43 
					at Republic Field
				8259	(MSN 407)	131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, in mid air collision 2May44 with P-47D 42-74812 
					and destroyed at Farmville, VA
				8260	(MSN 408)	456th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Accident 17Dec44 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Selfridge
				8261	(MSN 409)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Mid air collision 4Aug43 with P-47C 41-6425 
					3 miles E of  Perryville, RI; Pilot killed
				8262	(MSN 410)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crashed 9Aug44 after losing control 
					and destroyed at Windsor, CT
				8263	(MSN 411)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Crashed 21Jul44 and destroyed 
					one mile S of Seymour Johnson; Pilot killed
				8264	(MSN 412)	359th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 26Jun43 landing 
					at Mitchel; 378th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Crash landed 11Sep43 with mechanical failure 
					at Westover Field, MA; 320th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 22Dec43 landing at Mitchel; 29th Air Base Squadron, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crashed 22Mar44 after losing control and destroyed at Bradley Field; Pilot killed
				8265	(MSN 413)	410th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 23Jan44 when ground looped taking 
					off at Norfolk; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crashed 11Apr44 on the 
					Madison Range, CT; Mid air collision 21Jul44 at New Milford, CT
				8266	(MSN 414)	369th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 8Jul43 taxying at Suffolk County Field; 538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, 
					Wilmington, NC; Crash landed 4Feb44 at Camp Davis Field, Holly Ridge NC
				8267	(MSN 415)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Crashed 2Jun43 when the aircraft fell 
					out of formation, possibly with oxygen failure at 22,000 feet, and went straight into the ground 
					7 miles E of Tarriffville, CT; Pilot killed
				8268	(MSN 416)	379th FS, 362nd FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Damaged 26Sep43 in collision with an object 
					at Spencer, MA; 452nd FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Destroyed 18Mar44 when 
					crash landed with fuel starvation near New Bedford, MA
				8269	(MSN 417)	411th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA; Mid air collision 10Nov43 with P-47D 42-8234 
					and destroyed at Camp Pickett, Blackstone; Pilot bailed out
				8270	(MSN 418)	395th FS [K73], 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 9Apr45 with 
					engine failure taking off at Bradley
				8271	(MSN 419)	395th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crashed 31Oct43 after 
					in-flight fire and destroyed at Lindenhurst, Long Island, NY; Pilot bailed out
				8272	(MSN 420)	
				8273	(MSN 421)	411th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA; Accident 13Jan44 taxying at Bluethenthal, Wilmington, NC
				8274	(MSN 422)	Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Accident 28Aug43 taking off with mechanical failure 
					and collided with parked P-47D 42-75127 at Farmingdale; 411th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA; 
					Mid air collision 22Dec43 with a towed target at Wilmington, NC; 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Destroyed 1Sep44 when force landed after engine failure at Dover
				8275	(MSN 423)	368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 536th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, 
					Millville Field, NJ; 536th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Crashed 23May44 on Ground Gunnery Range B, Millville Field, NJ; Pilot killed. The pilot was number 
					six man of a flight of six aircraft firing on the scoring range. He made four dry passes and, on the 
					fifth pass, flew directly into the target. The aircraft knocked down the target, struck the ground, and exploded.
				8276	(MSN 424)	533rd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 15Mar44 after engine failure at 
					Blackstone; 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 12Nov44 with a towed target 
					10 miles SE of Atlantic City, NJ
				8277	(MSN 425)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 19May43 taxying 
					at Bradley; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 10May44 with P-47D 42-23096 and destroyed 20 miles NE of New Orleans, LA; Pilot bailed out
				8278	(MSN 426)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 27May43 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Orlando; 535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Accident 10Mar44 
					taxying at Richmond AAB, VA; 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 20Jun44 8 miles NNW 
					of Bumpass, VA; Pilot killed
				8279	(MSN 427)	325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 9Apr44 and destroyed at Norfolk; Pilot killed
				8280	(MSN 428)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 3Jun43 landing 
					with mechanical failure at Orlando; Mid air collision 7Dec43 with P-47D 42-8317, crashed and destroyed 
					6 miles ENE of Montbrook Field, FL; Pilot bailed out
				8281	(MSN 429)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 5Nov43 when 
					nosed over landing at Leesburg Field, FL
				8282	(MSN 430)	445th FS, 50th FG, AFs Tactical Center, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 19Jul43 taking off at Orlando
				8283	(MSN 431)	445th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 3Jun43 landing at 
					Pinecastle Field, FL; Redesignated TP-47D; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 15Dec44 landing at Bradley
				8284	(MSN 432)	121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Force landed 30Jun44 after 
					engine failure at East Hartford, CT
				8285	(MSN 433)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Damaged 7Jun43 while 
					parked in collision with P-47D 42-8287 taxying at Orlando; Accident 8Oct43 taxying at 
					Cross City Field, FL; 29th Base Headquarters Squadron, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Crash landed 24Mar44 with fuel starvation at Windsor Locks, CT; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Mid air collision 28May44 with P-47D 42-22269, crashed and 
					destroyed at Glastonbury, CT; Pilot killed
				8286	(MSN 434)	120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 25Jul44 with P-47C 41-6340 
					2 miles N of Hopewell, VA
				8287	(MSN 435)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFS School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 7Jun43 
					colliding with parked P-47D 42-8285 and 42-8303 taxying at Orlando; Mid air collision 9Jun43 
					with P-47D 42-8316 at Orlando; Force landed 23Jun43 with fuel starvation at Cross City Field, FL; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Crashed 10Oct44 3 miles N of Camp Springs, MD
				8288	(MSN 436)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Damaged 26Jul43 
					in collision with an object at Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 30May44 after engine failure at Richmond
				8289	(MSN 437)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 26Aug43 
					landing with mechanical failure at Leesburg Field, FL; 904th Base Unit, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 12Sep44 when nosed over taxying at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, AL; 
					135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 10Mar45 by bird strike at Somers Point, NJ
				8290	(MSN 438)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Crash landed 
					31Aug43 after engine failure 5 miles N of Lake Griffin, FL; Accident 25Oct43 with mechanical 
					failure taking off at Leesburg Field, FL; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Crash landed 11Apr44 with fuel starvation at Faisen, NC; 
					Force landed 27Oct44 with engine and mechanical failures near Kenasville, NC
				8291	(MSN 439)	 Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, [8], Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Crash landed 4Jun43 with 
					fuel starvation near Mason, OH; 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Force landed 13Sep44 
					after engine failure 4 miles NW of Aberdeen, ID; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 266th Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Majors Field, TX; Accident 22Jan45 landing at Majors, TX
				8292	(MSN 440)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Crashed 28Aug43 
					and destroyed 6 miles SE of Live Oak, FL; Pilot killed
				8293	(MSN 441)	1158th School Squadron, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 1Mar44 landing at Orlando; 123rd Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Crashed 24Nov44 out of control 4 miles E of Kingston, NC
				8294	(MSN 442)	Combat Crew Training Squadron, 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Redesignated TP-47G; Mid air collision 24Oct44 with TP-47G 42-24972 at Easton, MD
				8295	(MSN 443)	
				8296	(MSN 444)	135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Mid air collision 26Apr45 with a towed 
					target 10 miles E of Avalon, NJ; 553rd Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Romulus Field, MI; 
					Crashed 2Jul45 in Greenwich, CT; Pilot killed
				8297	(MSN 445)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Crash landed 4Feb44 
					after engine failure at Cunnellon Field, FL; 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Mid air collision 7Feb45 with a towed target 35 miles E of Atlantic City, NJ
				8298	(MSN 446)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Destroyed 17Jun43 
					landing at Zephyrhills Field, FL
				8299	(MSN 447)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 16Aug43 
					landing with mechanical failure at Leesburg Auxiliary Field, FL
				8300	(MSN 448)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 7Feb44 taxying at 
					Orlando; 437th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Force landed 27Jan45 with 
					engine failure 5 miles NNW of Marine City, MI
				8301	(MSN 449)	War Bond aircraft; "Borough Of Hellerton", purchased by War Bond donations from citizens of 
					Hellertown, PA; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Redesignated TP-47D; Crash landed 2Feb45 
					after take-off 3 miles S of Forestville, MD
				8302	(MSN 450)	
				8303	(MSN 451)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFS School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Damaged 7Jun43 while parked 
					in collision by P-47D 42-8287 taxying at Orlando; 1158th School Squadron, Leesburg Field, FL; 
					Accident 1Mar44 landing at Orlando; 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, 
					Long Island, NY; Force landed 9Jun44 after engine failure in a potato field near Bridgehampton, Long Island, NY
				8304	(MSN 452)	122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Force landed 1Jul44 after engine failure at 
					Easton Airport, MD; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 232nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 30Apr45 with engine faiulre 12 miles SW of Happy, TX
				8305	(MSN 453)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Damaged 7Jul43 in 
					collision with P-47D 42-8316 taxying at Cross City Field, FL; Accident 28Jul43 landing at Cross City; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Mid air collision 4Oct44 with P-47D 42-22595 
					and destroyed at Simsbury, CT; Pilot bailed out
				8306	(MSN 454)	3rd Ferrying Group, Romulus Field, MI; Accident 17Aug45 landing with mechanical failure at Stout Field, IN
				8307	(MSN 455)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Mid air collision 2Dec43 at 
					Leesburg; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 21Jul44 landing at Bradley, CT
				8308	(MSN 456)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 22Jun43 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-8320 landing at Bushnell Field, FL; Accident 17Aug43 with mechanical failure taking off at Leesburg AAF,
					Florida
				8309	(MSN 457)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Mid air collision 17Sep43 with P-47G 
					42-25012, 2 miles SW of Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				8310	(MSN 458)	412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 30Jan44 landing with mechanical failure 
					at Norfolk; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crash landed 30May44 after engine 
					failure at Bradley; Damaged 2Nov44 by bird strike at New Haven, CT; RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				8311	(MSN 459)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 17Jul43 with 
					fuel starvation and destroyed at Otter Creek, FL
				8312	(MSN 460)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Damaged 3Jun43 in 
					collision with P-40M 43-5447, 43-5457, and L-3B 42-36113 taxying at Leesburg
				8313	(MSN 461)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 14Jun43 landing 
					at Leesburg; Accident 16Jul43 landing with mechanical failure at Leesburg; Mid air collision 31Aug43 
					with B-26C 41-35174 and destroyed 5 miles N of Lake Griffin, FL
				8314	(MSN 462)	
				8315	(MSN 463)	445th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Mid air collision 1Oct43 with 
					P-51A 43-36240 and destroyed 4 miles E of Otter Creek; Pilot bailed out
				8316	(MSN 464)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Mid air collision 9Jun43 
					with P-47D 42-8287 at Orlando; Damaged 7Jul43 in collision with P-47D 42-8305 taxying at Cross City Field, FL; 
					122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 2Jun44 with fuel starvation and destroyed at 
					Prince Frederick, MD; Pilot bailed out
				8317	(MSN 465)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Mid air collision 7Dec43 
					with P-47D 42-8280, crashed and destroyed 6 miles ENE of Montbrook Field, FL; Pilot killed
				8318	(MSN 466)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 30Oct43 at Lawson Field, GA
				8319	(MSN 467)	123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 13Jul44 after engine 
					failure 6 miles NE of Seymour Johnson
				8320	(MSN 468)	Delivered to USAAF 30May43; 313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Accident 22Jun43 in collision with P-47D 42-8308 landing at Bushnell Field, FL; Ditched 12Aug43 into 
					Lake Kerr, FL; Recovered complete from Lake Kerr 1986; P-47 Heritage Commission, Evansville, IN 1986/95; 
					Restored for static display as 222250, “Hoosier Spirit"; Stored in warehouse, Evansville Municipal 
					Airport, IN; Destroyed by fire in warehouse, Evansville 18Mar97
				8321	(MSN 469)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Crashed 28Sep43 when engine 
					failed 400 yards short of runway and destroyed at Zephyrhills Field, FL; Pilot killed
				8322	(MSN 470)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; "Black Market"; 
					Crash landed 4Aug43 after engine failure 2 miles SSW of Inverness, FL; 534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, 
					Dover Field, DE; Accident 24Mar44 landing at Dover
				8323	(MSN 471)	130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 24May44 landing near Norfolk
				8324	(MSN 472)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 28Jun43 
					taxying at Bushnell Field, FL
				8325	(MSN 473)	538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 6Apr44 in collision 
					taxying at Gunnery Range, Bluethenthal; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 4Aug44 taking off at Bluethenthal
				8326	(MSN 474)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Accident 26Jul43 
					with mechanical failure taking off and destroyed at Cross City Field, FL
				8327	(MSN 475)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 21Jul43 taking 
					off and destroyed at Leesburg AAAF, FL
				8328	(MSN 476)	901st Base Unit, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Force landed 12Jun44 with 
					fuel starvation and destroyed near Orlando AAB
				8329	(MSN 477)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Crashed 12Aug43 into Lake Kerr, FL
				8330	(MSN 478)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Damaged 6Oct43 while parked 
					in collision by RDB-7B AL351 taxying at Leesburg; 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, 
					Wilmington, NC; Damaged 5Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-74834 taxying at Bluethenthal
				8331	(MSN 479)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Crash landed 1Jul43 
					after engine failure and destroyed by fire at Leesburg
				8332	(MSN 480)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Mid air collision 1Nov43 
					with a towed target W of Homosassa Springs, FL; 901st Base Unit, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; 
					Crash landed 11Aug44 with mechanical failure at Orlando; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Crashed 30Mar45 4 miles NE of Newton Grove, NC; Pilot killed
				8333	(MSN 481)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 3Aug43 landing 
					at Leesburg; 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 6May44 with P-47G 42-24987, 
					one mile S of Cuckoo, VA; Pilot bailed out
				8334	(MSN 482)	351st Flexible Gunnery Training Squadron, Las Vegas Field, NV; Accident 22Dec43 in collision with 
					parked US Navy Timm N2T-1 Tutor, BuNo 32425, taxying at Las Vegas; 313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of 
					Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Mid air collision 7Feb44 with a towed target near Homoassasssa Springs, 
					15 miles from Orlando, FL; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Accident 3Jan45 taxying at Bradley, CT; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 21Jun45 landing at Seymour Johnson
				8335	(MSN 483)	133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 12Jan45 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Hillsgrove, RI
				8336	(MSN 484)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Damaged 10Oct43 
					taxying at Bushnell Field, Orlando, FL; [V14], 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					“The City of Ironwood, Mich."; Crash landed 25Aug44 3 miles N of Bradley
				8337	(MSN 485)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 17Jul43 landing at Leesburg; 
					534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 9Apr44 in collision with P-47D taxying at Dover; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 26Jan45 landing with mechanical failure at Dover, DE
				8338	(MSN 486)	81st FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; 
					Crashed 21Aug43 4 miles S of Old Town, FL; Pilot killed
				8339	(MSN 487)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Accident 15Jul43 taking off 
					at Leesburg AAF, FL
				8340	(MSN 488)	313th FS, 50th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Orlando AAB, FL; Force landed 29Dec43 after 
					engine failure and destroyed one mile from Leesburg AAF, FL
				8341	(MSN 489)	2539th Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Foster Field, Victoria, TX; 
					Accident 7Feb45 taxying at Metagordo Peninsula, TX
				8342	(MSN 490)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Mid air collision 23Aug43 with P-47D 42-22391 
					15 miles N of Perry; Pilot killed
				8343	(MSN 491)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Accident 20Aug43 landing at Perry
				8344	(MSN 492)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Destroyed 23Jul43 landing 
					at Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				8345	(MSN 493)	
				8346	(MSN 494)	321st FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Mid air collision 6Apr44 at Clayton, NC
				8347	(MSN 495)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Accident 22Jun43 landing with mechanical failure at Perry; 
					Accident 21Aug43 taxying at Perry; Destroyed 23Sep43 taking off at Perry; Pilot killed
				8348	(MSN 496)	389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 27Sep43 10-15 miles W 
					of Southport, NC; Destroyed 14Nov43 when crashed 2 miles ESE of Fort Caswell, near Southport, NC; Pilot killed
				8349	(MSN 497)	319th Sub-Depot; Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Damaged 28Sep43 while parked at Westover; 532ndFS, 
					83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 22Mar44 in collision with P-47C 41-6499 landing at Dover
				8350	(MSN 498)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Mid air collision 9Sep43 with 
					P-47D 42-8365 and destroyed 20 miles E of Tallahassee, FL; Pilot killed
				8351	(MSN 499)	HQ Squadron, 3rd Detachment, 3rd AF, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Accident 1Apr44 taxying at Drew; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crashed 16Jul44 and destroyed by fire near Gulfport, MS; Pilot bailed out
				8352	(MSN 500)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 21Sep43 landing in 
					bad weather at Dale Mabry; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, 
					Baton Rouge, LA; Mid air collision 4Oct44 with P-47D 43-25347 and destroyed 20 miles NW of Harding, LA; 
					Pilot bailed out
				8353	(MSN 501)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 12Jul43 taxying at 
					Gunter Field, AL; 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 13Nov43 on the ground 
					at Millville; 450th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crash landed 1Mar44 after engine failure at Camp Springs
				8354	(MSN 502)	391st FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 24Oct43 at Bluethenthal
				8355	(MSN 503)	305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, Cross City Field, FL; Accident 7Jun43 
					landing at Cross City; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, 
					Winfield, KS; Accident 16Jun44 landing at Strother; Damaged 12Jan45 in collision with P-47D 42-23022 
					on the ground at Strother
				8356	(MSN 504)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Crash landed 3Aug43 at Dale Mabry
				8357	(MSN 505)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Destroyed 25Jun43 landing at Dale Mabry
				8358	(MSN 506)	306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 22Jun43 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Dale Mabry; Damaged 25Aug43 in collision with P-47C 41-6615 taxying at Dale Mabry; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 19Mar44 landing at Suffolk County; 
					132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Destroyed 30Aug44 
					landing at Suffolk County
				8359	(MSN 507)	441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Crashed 17Aug43 8 miles S of Perry; Pilot killed
				8360	(MSN 508)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 18Feb44 landing at Norfolk Field; 
					Damaged 24Feb44 while parked in collision by P-47D 41-6655 taxying at Norfolk, VA; 
				8361	(MSN 509)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Accident 13Sep43 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Perry; Destroyed 13Sep43 landing at Perry
				8362	(MSN 510)	 Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 3Oct44 with P-47D 42-28191, crashed and destroyed three miles west of Morganza, LA; Pilot bailed out.
				8363	(MSN 511)	312th FS [G 81], 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Accident 18Jul43 with mechanical failure 
					taking off at Perry; Damaged 14Sep43 in collision with P-47C 41-6594 taxying at Perry; 132nd Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 26Jun44 on the ground at 
					Suffolk County; Accident 9Apr45 landing at Suffolk County
				8364	(MSN 512)	443rd FS; 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 28Jan44 after engine failure 
					7 miles S of Petersburg, VA
				8365	(MSN 513)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Mid air collision 9Sep43 
					with P-47D 42-8350 20 miles E of Tallahassee, FL; 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 	
					Accident 19Jul44 landing at Norfolk, VA
				8366	(MSN 514)	125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 17Jun44 with P-47G 42-25147 at Dover
				8367	(MSN 515)	312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 4Jun43 taxying at Dale Mabry; 
					2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Accident 4Jun44 when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula
				8368	(MSN 516)	358th FS [YF-I], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Ole"
				8369	(MSN 517)	61st FS [HV-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Francy Ann II"; 
					Damaged 3Oct43 on take-off at RAF Hitcham, Suffolk, UK; 63rd FS [UN-Z]; Lost 29Jan44
				8370	(MSN 518)	357th FS [OS-L], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Alabama Bound"; 
					On 7Nov43 the fighter was despatched to provide escort for B-26 formations of the 9th AF attacking 
					German airfields at Montdidier and Meulan, France. On the return the flight encountered thick cloud 
					formations over France. The flight entered the clouds and this aircraft sustained a mid-air 
					collision with P-47D 42-7984 and crashed near Montdidier, France. MACR 1448.  The pilot bailed out but 
					struck the tailplane and broke both legs; he was captured as a Prisoner of War. Aircraft salvaged and 
					used by the Luftwaffe as T9+FK.  Recaptured at Bad Woerischofen May 1945 and returned to USA.
				8371	(MSN 519)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Destroyed 13Sep43 landing at RAF Earls Colne, Essex, UK; 
					Pilot killed
				8372	(MSN 520)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Crash landed 16Aug43 with fuel starvation 
					at Site D, RAF Lewes, East Sussex; HQ Squadron, 66th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					"Piccadilly Pete"; Damaged 4Jul44 taxying at RAF King's Cliffe, pilot survived and aircraft damaged but
					repaired; 100th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Thorpe Abbotts, 
					Station 139; Used as a formation monitor
				8373	(MSN 521)	350th FS [LH-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Crash landed 22May44 after engine 
					failure 8 miles ESE of RAF Raydon, Suffolk, UK; 61st FS [HV-A bar], 56th FG, 8th AF
				8374	(MSN 522)	352nd FS [SX-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Declared war weary; 84th FS [WZ-J], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
				8375	(MSN 523)	84th FS [WZ-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, Station 357, Cambridgeshire, UK; Accident 15Feb44 landing at Duxford,
					pilot survived, aircraft damaged but repaired; 351st FS [YJ-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; 
					Metfield, Station 366; Declared war weary; Detachment B [5F-C], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150
				8376	(MSN 524)	352nd FS [SX-Q], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366
				8377	(MSN 525)	486th FS [PZ-W], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Little Rebel"
				8378	(MSN 526)	350th FS [LH-R], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Accident 26Sep43 landing at RAF Ford, West Sussex; Damaged 13Jan44 taxying at Metfield; 375th FS [E2-Z], 
					361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham (USAAF Station 374), Cambridgeshire, UK; Crash landed 25Mar44 at Bottisham.
				8379	(MSN 527)	351st FS [YJ-H], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; “Big Nose”; 506th FS [4K-K], 404th FG, 
					9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Damaged 20Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-75052 and 42-25731 taxying at 
					Winkton; Crashed, possibly offshore, at Grandcamp-Maisy, France June 7, 1944; MACR 5867.  Pilot MIA.
				8380	(MSN 528)	351st FS [YJ-A], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; "Lonesome Polecat"; 
					Accident 25Sep43 landing at RAF Biggin Hill, Kent; 352nd FS [SX-L]; 6th Tactical Air Depot, 9th AF, Membury (USAAF
					Station 466), Berkshire, UK; Accident 23Aug44 landing at Membury.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				8381	(MSN 529)	328th FS [PE-B], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Little One" [Named for his petite wife]; 
					Declared war weary; 3rd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight [LJ-B], 496th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, 
					East Wretham, Station 133
				8382	(MSN 530)	487th FS [HO-J], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Helen of Troy"; 
					Damaged 16Jul43 taxying at Bodney; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, RAF Kingsnorth (USAAF station 418), Kent, UK; 
					Crash landed 12Jul44 with fuel starvation and destroyed at Kingsnorth.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8383	(MSN 531)	352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Mid-air collision 31Aug43 
					with P-47D 42-7999 during a formation turn at 30,000 feet 9 miles N of Amiens, France while on a mission 
					to escort a formation of B-17s attacking the German airfield at Amiens/Glisy, France. The tail was severed, 
					the aircraft entered a flat spin and crashed at La Vicogne, 5 miles S of Doullens, France. MACR 475.
					The pilot bailed out safely but was captured as a POW.
				8384	(MSN 532)	328th FS [PE-O], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "The Flying Draft-Dodger" / "Hildegarde"; 
					Accident 16Nov43 landing at Sywell; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-I], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, RAF Atcham (USAAF Station 342); Declared war weary; Crash landed 8Sep44 with fuel starvation at 
					Charlton Farm, near Wellington, Shropshire.
				8385	(MSN 533)	351st FS [YJ-M], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Boston Bull'; Metfield, Station 366;
				8386	(MSN 534)	[G 82], 437th Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; "Zombie"; 
					Accident 8Apr44 taking off at Suffolk County
				8387	(MSN 535)	448th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 19Feb44 taxying at Dover; 125th Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 16Jul44 when nosed over taxying at Dover; Force landed 28Jul44 with 
					mechanical failure 7 mmiles S of Denton, MD; Force landed 15Feb45 after engine failure 11 miles S of Ocean City, MD
				8388	(MSN 536)	370 th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Crash landed 6Jun43 
					after engine failure 3 miles S of Belleport, NY
				8389	(MSN 537)	357th FS [OS-J], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Sheaf"s Jug"; 512th FS [O7-J], 
					406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; "Lillian"; Shot down by flak and crashed near Tollevast, 8km S of 
					Cherbourg, France June 22, 1944; MACR 6210.  Pilot bailed out but killed.
				8390	(MSN 538)	War Bond aircraft; "Scarsdale Legionnaire" - One of more than 100 P-47 Thunderbolts purchased 
					through War Bonds by residents of Scarsdale, NY; 352nd FS [SX-I], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Raydon (USAAF Station 157),
					Suffolk, UK; Crashed 22Apr44 on take-off at Raydon when its left tyre blew out, the pilot escaped but the aircraft 
					was destroyed, having swerved off the runway and nosed over onto its back; Salvaged.
				8391	(MSN 539)	487th FS [HO-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Damaged 14Mar44 taxying at Gosfield; 
					Destroyed 29May44 on take-off at RAF Thurleigh, Bedfordshire, UK.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8392	(MSN 540)	350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366
				8393	(MSN 541)	350th FS [LH-Q], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Mud 'n Mules"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Damaged 10Dec43 on take-off at RAF Hornchurch, Essex, UK
				8394	(MSN 542)	350th FS [LH-O], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 361st FS [QI-U], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath (USAAF Station 369), Suffolk, UK; Crash landed 21Mar44 and destroyed 
					at Martlesham Heath
				8395	(MSN 543)	351st FS [YJ-S], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill (USAAF Station 345); "Cookie"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Shot down by flak and crashed in the center of Ecques, 10km S of Saint-Omer, France November 25, 1943. 
					Flak hit the engine which caught fire and most of the fuselage skin was either burnt off or blown away. 
					The forward two-thirds of the fuselage was burning fiercely. The pilot pulled up and rolled to the right 
					in flames. The plane did a two turn spin before the pilot bailed out. MACR 1446.  The pilot landed near 
					Lumbres, 15km SW of Saint-Omer, badly burnt and taken POW. The pilot was Lt Colonel Loren McCollom, 
					356th FG commander leading the first 356FG dive bombing mission.
				8396	(MSN 544)	352nd FS [SX-T], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill (USAAF Station 345); "Lucky"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Declared war weary; 61st FS [HV-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Lucky" / "The Mole"; 
					Accident 2Feb45 landing at Boxted
				8397	(MSN 545)	357th FS [OS-K], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Prune Face"; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-S], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham (USAAF Station 342),
					Shropshire, UK; Crash landed 22Jun44 after engine failure and destroyed at Duncote Farm, near Atcham
				8398	(MSN 546)	350th FS [LH-H], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Flamin' Mamie" - artwork of a naked 
					woman painted on the nose cowl; Metfield, Station 366; Shot down while chasing an enemy aircraft by 
					Fw Gerd Wiegandin in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/4 at Erpion, Belgium December 30, 1943; MACR 1865.  Pilot KIA. 
					Crash site excavated 1995.
				8399	(MSN 547)	357th FS [OS-M], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Arkansas Traveller"; 
					379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Prosnes [A-79], France; Crashed 2Oct44 4 miles NE of Reims/Champagn airfield
					A-62 Betheny, France.  Piot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8400	(MSN 548)	354th FS [WR-E], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Dragon Wagon"; 
					487th FS [HO-W], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Beverly"
				8401	(MSN 549)	359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 351st FS [YJ-R], 
					353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Dottie" / "Scatterbolts"; Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B [5F-K], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Chris"; Crash landed 16Aug44 
					after engine failure and destroyed at Tibenham
				8402 (MSN 550)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Damaged 6Jul43 
					while parked in collision by P-47D 42-22361 taking off at Republic Field; 351st FS [YJ-F], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Devil's Thumb"; 368th FS [CV-M bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, 
					Station 133; "Devil's Thumb"; Declared war weary; 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 
					8th AF, Warton, Station 582; Crash landed 21May44 with mechanical failure at Boxted; 
					Detachment B [5F-F], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Destroyed 7Aug44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-74664 landing at Boxted				
42-8403/8702		Republic P-47D-5-RE Thunderbolt
				8403	(MSN 551)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Crash landed 19Feb44 and destroyed at Republic Field
				8404	(MSN 552)	354th FS [WR-P], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 
					"Speed" / "Li'l Jo"; Accident 5Nov43 landing; 350th FS [LH-K], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; 
					Probably damaged by flak and crashed after engine failure at Gambais, 18km NW of Rambouillet, France 
					August 13, 1944; MACR 7604.  Pilot MIA, believed killed.
				8405	(MSN 553)	350th FS [LH-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Crashed 23Aug43 and destroyed landing at 
					RAF Debach (Station 152), Suffolk, UK; Pilot  Robert C. Peters durvived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8406	(MSN 554)	357th FS [OS-T], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Eager Eve"; Shot down by 
					Fw Ernst Florian in Fw 190A of JG 1/2 over North Sea off Westenschouwen, Netherlands November 5, 1943; 
					MACR 1169.  Pilot KIA
				8407	(MSN 555)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Damaged 6Jul43 
					while parked in collision by P-47D 42-22361 taking off at Republic Field; 359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Damaged 6Feb44 taxying at RAF Manston, Kent
				8408	(MSN 556)	357th FS [OS-U], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Jean's Little Moe"; 
					Probably collided with P-47D 42-8413 in bad weather over Wissant, France on a meteorological mission 
					to St. Omer and Boulogne, France; Crashed near Ostend, Belgium November 15, 1943; MACR 1290.  Pilot KIA
				8409	(MSN 557)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 352nd FS [SX-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, 
					Station 366; 514th FS [O7-Q], 406th FG, 9th AF, "Skirty Bert"; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 while on an armed 
					reconnaissance mission and crashed at Occagnes, 6km NW of Argentan, France June 10, 1944; 
					MACR 6217.  Pilot was wounded, bailed out at low altitude, captured but died the following day from his injuries.
				8410	(MSN 558)	63rd FS [UN-U], 56th FG, 8th AF, "Betty Ann II"; Declared war weary; Detachment B [5F-L], 
					65th Fighter Wing; WFU August 1, 1944
				8411	(MSN 559)	486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Shot down at Oirschot, Netherlands by 
					Hptm Wilhelm Lemke in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/II Stab November 30, 1943; MACR 1434.  Pilot KIA
				8412	(MSN 560)	486th FS [PZ-R], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Sweetie", Artwork - Vargas girl; 
					61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 1Sep44 taxying at RAF Boxted, Essex, UK.
					Pilot surived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8413	(MSN 561)	357th FS [OS-P], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Ma Fran 3rd"; Probably collided 
					with P-47D 42-8408 in bad weather over Wissant, France on a meteorological mission to St. Omer and Boulogne, 
					France; Crashed near Ostend, Belgium November 15, 1943;  MACR 1289.  Pilot KIA
				8414	(MSN 562)	352nd FS [SX-K], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "The Flying Finn" / "Ginny" / “Doll”; 
					Metfield, Station 366; On September 5, 1943, the aircraft was flown from Metfield to Halesworth 
					by a pilot from 56th FG, apparently 'liberated' during an escape exercise; Damaged 15Sep43 taxying 
					at RAF Thorney Island, Hants; Damaged 12Nov43 taxying in collision by P-47D 42-74647 landing at 
					Metfield; Damaged 4Dec43 when a tire blew on landing and the aircraft nosed over at Metfield; 
					Base Air Depot No.1; 8th AF Service Command, Burtonwood, Station 590; Crashed 16Mar44 after engine failure at 
					RAF Burtonwood, Lancashire, UK
				8415	(MSN 563)	357th FS [OS-A], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Available Jones 4th"; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Crashed 27Jun44 with combat damage near Mahéru, France; MACR 6227.  Pilot killed
				8416	(MSN 564)	357th FS [OS-X], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; The aircraft was despatched 13Dec43 
					to provide escort to bombers on a mission to Keil, Germany. On take-off the aircraft struck a tree which 
					knocked off the belly fuel tank and caused structural damage. The pilot headed for the coast and 
					abandoned the aircraft over Sizewell, Suffolk, returning to his unit. The aircraft crashed into the North 
					Sea two miles east of Sizewell
				8417	(MSN 565)	361st FS [QI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Damaged 18Oct43 when 
					ground looped on take-off caused by an unlocked tailwheel at Martlesham Heath; 359th FS [OC-A], 
					"Ich Brauche Du" ['I Need You']; Damaged by flak near Bremen, Germany. Able to fly home until engine 
					failed and the aircraft crashed near DuPunt, 10km S of Groningen, Netherlands May 7, 1944; 
					MACR 4550.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW
				8418	(MSN 566)	358th FS [YF-Y], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Force landed 7Nov43; [YF-M]; 
					Base Air Depot No.2; 8th AF Service Command, Warton, Station 582; Crash landed 1Mar44 with mechanical failure at Warton
				8419	(MSN 567)	328th FS [PE-X], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Blondie" [Named after pilot's wife]; 
					Damaged 14Jan44 on take-off at Bodney; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Waldemar Radener of JG 26/7, 
					crashed and exploded one km east of Chagny, SW of Beaune, France February 8, 1944; MACR 2153.  Pilot killed.
				8420	(MSN 568)	352nd FS [SX-A], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366. 
					The fighter was despatched on bomber escort for B-17s attacking at Romilly-sur-Seine and Paris, France. 
					The fighter was operating at its maximum range and was returning to base in darkness. It is believed that 
					the aircraft suffered fuel starvation, the pilot abandond the aircraft over Truro and it crashed and 
					burnt out in a potato field at Week Orchard Farm, two miles east of Bude, Cornwall September 15, 1943. 
					The pilot was seriously injured. Wreckage excavated 2008
				8421	(MSN 569)	487th FS [HO-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Ditched in English Channel January 29, 1944; 
					Pilot rescued
				8422	(MSN 570)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 13Mar44 taxying at Matagorda Peninsula, TX
				8423	(MSN 571)	357th FS [OS-W], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Becky"; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 
					9th AF, Woodchurch (USAAF Station 419), Kent, UK; Destroyed 25Jul44 landing at Woodchurch, pilot survived
				8424	(MSN 572)	328th FS [PE-S], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Kathie" - artwork of girl on aircraft 
					in flight; Shot down by flak and crashed in the English Channel 8 miles W of Cayeux, France March 11, 1944; 
					MACR 3053.  Pilot bailed out and MIA
				8425	(MSN 573)	361st FS [QI-R], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Gentle Annie"
				8426	(MSN 574)	358th FS [YF-F], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Claire"; HQ Squadron, 
					355th FG; Accident 24Nov43 landing at Hitcham; 63rd FS [UN-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Boxted (USAAF Station 150),
					Essex, UK;  Accident 22Apr44 when the engine failed on approach for a landing at Boxted and crash landed in the 
					garden of a cottage near the base; [UN-B bar]
				8427	(MSN 575)	358th FS [YF-S], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Mona Lou"; 361st FS [QI-O], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed SE of Le Tréport , France after engine 
					failure June 8, 1944; MACR 5588 Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				8428	(MSN 576)	351st FS [YJ-Q], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Pat"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					The pilot had just shot down a Bf 109 when he was shot down by Maj Egon Mayer in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/Stab 
					and crashed near Mulheim, Germany November 5, 1943; MACR 1167.  Pilot POW.
				8429	(MSN 577)	506th FS [4K-E], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Assigned 22May44;
				8430	(MSN 578)	
				8431	(MSN 579)	487th FS [HO-I], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Amelia Christine"; 552nd Fighter 
					Training Squadron [DQ-W & L], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham (USAAF Station 342) Shropshire, UK; 
					Declared war weary; Accident 5Sep44 landing at Atcham, pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				8432	(MSN 580)	487th FS [HO-A], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Babylon Panther"
				8433	(MSN 581)	354th FS [WR-K], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; [WR-S]; Broke up in mid air 
					during a high-speed dive and crashed  at Charmy Down, near Bath, Somerset December 4, 1943; Pilot killed
				8434	(MSN 582)	354th FS [WR-U], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Miss Behave" / "Li'l Lo"; 
					Damaged 17Oct43 on the ground at Steeple Morden; 487th FS [HO-U], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 
					“Miss Behave” artwork removed as being 'too provocative'; 328th FS [PE-V]; "Desiree Y" [named for pilot's wife]; 
					Crashed 9Apr44 near Osnabrück, Germany; MACR 3623.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW
				8435	(MSN 583)	328th FS [PE-A], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Sandra Lee"; Base Air Depot No.1; 
					8th AF Service Command, Burtonwood, Station 590; 406th FG, 9th AF, Asch [Y-29], Belgium; 
					Crashed after engine failure in vicinity of Hunsel, Holland while on a ferry flight from Burtonwood to Asch 
					February 20, 1945; MACR 12554.  Pilot bailed out, was injured and died from his wounds
				8436	(MSN 584)	328th FS [PE-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 361st FS [QI-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369"Betsy"
				8437	(MSN 585)	328th FS [PE-G], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Sunny IV"
				8438	(MSN 586)	357th FS [OS-B], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Dizzy Miss"; 387th FS [B4-W], 
					365th FG, 9th AF, Fritzlar [Y-86], Germany; "Mortician"s Delight"; Declared war weary; 
					Force landed 19Apr45 at Saint-Dizier (A-64), France. The pilot was one of two who had taken a war-weary 
					aircraft to visit an injured squadron pilot, recently liberated from a POW camp. The squadron 
					maintenance officer had suggested not to bother bringing the war-weary aircraft back. The pilot 
					deliberately force landed and then hitched a ride with his wingman but force landed again as a 
					passenger in the other aircraft.
				8439	(MSN 587)	328th FS [PE-T], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Slender, Tender and Tall" / "Bugs", 
					Artwork - Bugs Bunny on left Cowl; "Patty Ann" [Named for pilot's niece]; Crashed 10Dec43 at Neaton, Norfolk
				8440	(MSN 588)	361st FS [QI-P], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed due to bad weather 
					into North Sea 5 miles E of Felixstowe, Suffolk March 20, 1944; MACR 3393.  Pilot killed.
				8441	(MSN 589)	354th FS [WR-R], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Sweat"; Damaged by the 
					explosion of a fuel depot  and crashed while strafing aircraft at Achmer airfield near Osnabruck, 
					Germany March 8, 1944; MACR 3055.  Pilot KIA
				8442	(MSN 590)	61st FS [HV-H], 56th FG, 8th AF; Declared war weary; Used as a hack; 551st Fighter 
					Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 91st Bomb Group, 8th AF, 
					Bassingbourn, Station 121; Used as a hack and formation monitor
				8443	(MSN 591)	354th FS [WR-H], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Honeychild"; 358th FS [YF-K]; 
					"Witch Hazel", artwork - nude witch on broom; "Miss Clean Sweep"; Shot down 26Mar44 by ground fire 
					during a low-level strafing attack on a German airfield at Chateaudun, France. Bullets from the 
					fighter ignited the fuel dump and the resulting explosive debris damaged the aircraft, causing it 
					to crash land. MACR 3629,  Pilot evaded capture. 
				8444	(MSN 592)	354th FS [WR-P], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Speed / "Li'l Jo"; [WR-O]; 
				8445	(MSN 593)	354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 492nd FS [F4-V], 48th FG, 9th AF; 
					Crashed near Euskirchen, Germany November 21, 1944 after the fighter flew into heavy clouds while 
					on a cover mission; MACR 10581 and 15880.  Pilot killed.
				8446	(MSN 594)	352nd FS [SX-B], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 376th FS, 
					361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged 6Mar44 on take-off at Bottisham; 375th FS; 
					Damaged 24Apr44 on take-off at Bottisham; 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Asch [Y-29], Belgium; 
					Accident 10Feb45 landing with fuel starvation at Asch
				8447	(MSN 595)	487th FS [HO-S], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Queen City Mama", artwork - 
					Map of Ohio left fuselage [the pilot was from Cincinnati (known as 'The Queen City')]; 
					Force landed 30Dec43 when lost in fog and with fuel starvation at Lumbres, France;  MACR 1683 
					The thermite grenade that the pilot placed in the cockpit failed to explode; Pilot evaded capture 
					and returned to squadron; Aircraft recovered and flown by Luftwaffe
				8448	(MSN 596)	305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 12Jul43 landing 
					at Dale Mabry; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 27Apr45 with mechanical failure at Avenger, TX; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				8449	(MSN 597)	3702nd Base Unit, Buckley Field, Aurora, CO; Accident 12Dec44 taking off at Buckley
				8450	(MSN 598)	Wright Field, Dayton, OH
				8451	(MSN 599)	375th FS, 361st FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 20Oct43 in collision taking off at Richmond
				8452	(MSN 600)	486th FS [PZ-J], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141
				8453	(MSN 601)	354th FS [WR-K], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Shot down by Fw Wilhelm Mayer 
					in Fw 190A-6 of JG26/7 at Cuffies, 2km N of Soissons, France December 30, 1943; MACR 1869.  Pilot bailed out taken POW.
				8454	(MSN 602)	328th FS [PE-D bar], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 487th FS [HO-D], 352nd FG, 8th AF, 
					Bodney, Station 141; "Maureen"; 411th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; 
					Crashed with mechanical failure at Le Mesnil-Adelée, 12km NW of Mortain, France August 4, 1944; 
					MACR 8040.  Pilot killed.
				8455	(MSN 603)	358th FS [YF-X], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Mid air collision 14Sep43 
					near Steeple Morden - Able to land, pilot survived; 506th FS 4K-D], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; 
					Withdrawn 13May44.
				8456	(MSN 604)	328th FS [PE-F], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Denali"
				8457	(MSN 605)	335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 487th FS [HO-H], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, 
					Station 141; 351st FS [YJ-O], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366 
				8458	(MSN 606)	61st FS [HV-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Combat damaged 1Dec43 by Bf 110 
					damaging the wings and engine, force landed at Wattisham, Station 377; 4th Strategic Air Depot, Hitcham, 
					Station 477; 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged 17Dec43 taxying at 
					Halesworth; [HV-F]; Damaged 7Jan44 when hit a flak emplacement on take-off and turned over at Halesworth
				8459	(MSN 607)	486th FS [PZ-E], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Bonnie Lee", Artwork- girl walking bulldog
				8460	(MSN 608)	War Bond aircraft; "City Of Healdsburg, California"; 486th FS [PZ-D], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, 
					Station 141; "The Flying Scot!", Artwork of locomotive and train running from nacelle towards cockpit 
					area [named after the nick name of the pilot]
				8461	(MSN 609)	61st FS [HV-P], 56th FG, 8th AF;  Halesworth, Station 365; "Lucky"; A flight of four aircraft 
					entered heavy cloud at 5,500 feet, 15 minutes after take-off. Three aircraft were never seen again 
					and presumed to have crashed into the North Sea 15 miles E of Lowestoft, England March 22, 1944; 
					MACR 3387.  Pilot MIA
				8462	(MSN 610)	Republic Aviation Corporation; Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Mid air 
					collision 4Jun43 with P-47C 41-6545, 3 miles E of Farmingdale; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				8463	(MSN 611)	63rd FS [UN-T], 56th FG, 8th AF; Halesworth, Station 365; Crashed with fuel starvation 
					into North Sea 40 miles off Felixstowe, England February 3, 1944;  MACR 2119.   Pilot MIA
				8464	(MSN 612)	87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Crashed 5Sep43 in bad weather near Uttoxeter, Staffordshire; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				8465	(MSN 613)	63rd FS [UN-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Crash landed 13Oct43 at RAF Brenzett, Kent.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8466	(MSN 614)	352nd FS [SX-B], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Gena 'This Is It'", Artwork both sides 
					of lion on cloud; Metfield, Station 366; 486th FS [PZ-M], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141;
					Crash landed 2Feb44 near Holland-on-Sea, Essex; Pilot survived, aircraft damaged but repaired.
					Mid air collision 15Oct44 with P-47D 42-74674 at Leebotwood, Shrewsbury; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-T], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342
				8467	(MSN 615)	82nd FS [MX-X], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 359th FS [OC-L], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed while strafing Achmer airfield near Hesepe, Germany March 8, 1944; 
					MACR 3057.  Pilot killed.
				8468	(MSN 616)	87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Crash landed 7Nov43 on ferry flight and destroyed at RAF East Wretham, Norfolk, UK.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				8469	(MSN 617)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Jersey Bounce"; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-O or Q], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham (USAAF Station 342); 
					Declared war weary; Mid air collision 12Aug44 with P-47D 42-76296 at Atcham; Crash landed 17Aug44 a
					after engine failure near Wellington, Shropshire
				8470	(MSN 618)	Curtiss-Wright Corporation, Propeller Division, Caldwell-Wright Airport, NJ; Accident 28Sep43 
					landing at Caldwell-Wright; Force landed 3Jun44 after engine failure and destroyed at Casella Farm, 
					Valley Road, Preakness, NJ
				8471	(MSN 619)	352nd FS [SX-S], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					82nd FS [MX-C; MX-X], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Squint"; 
					359th FS [OC-A bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath (USAAF Station 369) Suffolk, UK; 
					Accident 22Sep44  landing at Martlesham Heath
				8472	(MSN 620)	
				8473	(MSN 621)	487th FS [HO-V], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Sweet Louise" / "Mrs. Josephine" / "Hedy" 
					[named for the wives of the pilot and crew chiefs]; Pilot Captain Virgil Meroney was the 352nd's 
					only P-47 ace, all claimed using this aircraft between 1Dec43 and 16Mar44; 514th FS [O7-R], 406th FG, 
					9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; "Bloom's Tomb II"; Accident 25Apr44 landing at Ashford; Shot down by 
					Fw 190A-6 one mile S of Dreux, and crashed near Havelu, 13km NE of Dreux, France June 29, 1944; MACFR 6224.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture with help of the French underground, but was caught later in Paris and 
					taken POW but died in Buchenwald.
				8474	(MSN 622)	487th FS [HO-E], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Barbara M"; 360th FS [PI-G], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369
				8475	(MSN 623)	350th FS [LH-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Crashed 5Sep43 after the pilot lost control in low cloud near RAF Biggin Hill, Kent; 
					Pilot bailed out too low and was killed when the parachute failed to open.
				8476	(MSN 624)	351st FS [YJ-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Little Demon"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					82nd FS [MX-X], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Little Demon"; 
					Shot down by flak while strafing Ostheim airfield Feb 22, 1944. Pilot bailed out and became POW. 
					Two other sources show this Jug being 
					transferred to the 82nd FS 78th FG (re-coded MX-X) and keeping the “Little Demon” nickname until being written 
					off on Mar 17, 1944 when crash landed at RAF Witchford, Cambridgeshire.  Pilot severely burnt.
					Meanwhile, Maj Beckham, an 18-victory ace by February 1944 (the most in the ETO at the time), was shot down by AAA Feb 2, 1944 
					while attacking Ostheim airfield, but he was in “Little Demon II” (P-47D-11-RE 42-75226) on that mission. 
				8477	(MSN 625)	358th FS [YF-X], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; The aircraft was despatched 
					to provide bomber escort to B-26 bombers from 9th AF attacking German airfields at Mondidier and Meulan, 
					France November 7, 1943. On the return strong headwinds over 100mph caused the flight to use excessive 
					fuel. This aircraft suffered fuel starvation and made a forced landing on a beach near Caen, France, 
					the pilot believing that he was over southern England. The pilot was captured as a POW. 
					Luftwaffe, Rechlin, Germany; Evaluated by the Luftwaffe test centre.
				8478	(MSN 626)	351st FS [YJ-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; "Barbara"; 
					370th FS [CR-K], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 359th FS [OC-V], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Martlesham Heath USAAF Station 369), Suffolk, UK; "Fifinella"; Damaged 31Aug44 in collision with P-47D 
					42-8549 taxying at Martlesham Heath; [OC-V bar].  Pilot survived, but aircrast was destroyed.
				8479	(MSN 627)	83rd FS [HL-V bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366
				8480	(MSN 628)	350th FS [LH-Z], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 512th FS, 406th FG, 
					9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Accident 1Jun44 landing at Ashford; 386th FS [D5-B], 365th FG, 9th AF, 
					Lignerolles [A-12], France; Damaged 20Aug44 on take-off at Lignerolles.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				8481	(MSN 629)	328th FS [PE-L], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Muriel V"; 487th FS [HO-U]; 552nd Fighter 
					Training Squadron [DQ-D], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; 
					Accident 24Sep44 landing at Atcham; 386th FS [D5-B], 365th FG, 9th AF, Florennes/Juzaine [A-78], Belgium; 
					Crashed 26Feb45 into a building 2 miles S of Le Bourget, Paris, France; Pilot killed. The pilot, 
					Edward 'Loco' Szymanski, had been ordered to Paris for an Armed Forces Radio interview. Departing 
					Le Bourget to return to base in poor visibilty, he didn't see the apartment building looming out of 
					the mist and low cloud.
				8482	(MSN 630)	361st FS [QI-A], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Skeeter" / "Kiss O'Death"; 
					[QI-P]; 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374
				8483	(MSN 631)	487th FS [HO-B], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Shot down by flak SE of Dunkerque, 
					France December 30, 1943; MACR 1864.  Pilot taken POW.
				8484	(MSN 632)	
				8485	(MSN 633)	368th FS [CV-B], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham (USAAF Station 133) Norfolk, UK; Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B [5F-T], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150
				8486	(MSN 634)	328th FS [PE-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Helen"; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-P], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham (USAAF Station 342), Shropshire, UK; 
					Accident 10May44 landing near Atcham.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8487	(MSN 635)	War Bond aircraft; "Spirit of Atlantic City, N.J."; 63rd FS [UN-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, 
					Station 365; Pilot Captain Walker Melville "Bud" Mahurin, the first American 'Double Ace'. 
					Mahurin would claim 20 kills in the European Theatre of Operations. His final kill March 27, 1944 
					was a Dornier 217, which he shot down over France. His aircraft had sustained heavy battle damage 
					by the rear gunner of the Do 217 and the engine caught fire. The aircraft crashed close to Allonnes, 
					Boisville-la-Saint-Père, 16km SE of Chartres. Mahurin was forced to bail out at 3,000ft; he evaded 
					capture with the help of the French resistance and returned to his squadron May 7, 1944. 
					Colonel Walker "Bud" Mahurin, who has died aged 91, was one of the greatest US fighter pilots of the 
					second world war, and the only man to shoot down enemy planes in both the European and Pacific theatres, 
					and during the Korean war. Captured in Korea in 1952, he also became one of the most prominent 
					victims of the brainwashing techniques pioneered by the Chinese and North Koreans.  
					[P-47G 42-25234 flies as 28487 “Spirit of Atlantic City N.J.”]
				8488	(MSN 636)	87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Accident 20Aug43 landing at Warton; 63rd FS [UN-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth (USAAF Station 365),
					Suffolk, UK; "Lofty"; Damaged 20Oct43 taxying at Halesworth.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
					if repaired
				8489	(MSN 637)	356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159, 30Mar44.
					Lost Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 6501.
				8490	(MSN 638)	486th FS [PZ-S], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Bundle of Joy", Artwork - Nude standing 
					over name; Accident 14Sep43 landing at Bodney; Mid air collision 8Mar44 with P-47D 42-8652 while flying with
					42-8652, 42-22486 and 42-75157 near RAF Hethel, Norfolk, UK while flying formation in a long climb through thick cloud 
					after take-off for a mission; Able to land. Declared war weary; Detachment B, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, 
					Boxted, Station 150; "Bundle of Joy"
				8491	(MSN 639)	486th FS [PZ-N], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Donna Dae III" [Named in honor of the 
					pilot's favorite Hollywood actress]; Crash landed 5Nov43 with fuel starvation on return from a bomber escort 
					mission near Bodney; 359th FS [OC-C], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Princess Jocelyn"; 
					"Tiger Lil" [named by Crew Chief after a local girl]; Shot down by 'friendly fire' flak 14Aug44 whilst 
					mistakenly attacking a US motor convoy in the Bois de Picot and crashed at La Corderie, 3km NW of Andouillé, 
					12km N of Laval, France; Pilot killed.
				8492	(MSN 640)	War Bond aircraft; "The Falcon"; 359th FS [OC-C], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369
				8493	(MSN 641)	328th FS [PE-E], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 354th FS [WR-W], 355th FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Woody's Maytag"; Damaged 2Oct43 in collision with parked P-47D 42-74681 
					taxying at Steeple Morden; 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Shot down by flak near 
					Le Gros Frêne, Gratot, 4km NW of Coutances, France June 17, 1944;  MACR 6635. Pilot killed.
				8494	(MSN 642)	352nd FS [SX-W], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; Damaged by flak, 
					with fuel starvation and crashed into English Channel 18 miles SW of Portland, Dorset September 15, 1943; 
					MACR 625.  Pilot bailed out and MIA.
				8495	(MSN 643)	335th FS [WD-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by 
					Fw Hans Prager of JG 26/5 SE of Paris, France February 6, 1944; MACR 2142.  Pilot bailed out at 20,000ft and became POW.
				8496	(MSN 644)	356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Galloping Catastrophe"; Declared war weary; 
					5th Emergency Rescue Squadron [5F-X], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Galloping Catastrophe"; 
					Mid air collision 13Mar45 with B-24H 42-50359, 4 miles NNE of Seething, Norfolk; Pilot killed
				8497	(MSN 645)	22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Kassel/Rothwesten [R-12], Germany; Lost from unknown cause between 
					Kassel and Leck, Germany June 1, 1945; MACR 14560.  Pilot MIA
				8498	(MSN 646)	358th FS [YF-T], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Trigger"; 370th FS [CR-T then CS-T], 
					359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Jeepers"; 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; 
					Damaged in combat with Fw 190s and crash landed near Elbeuf, France June 14, 1944; MACR 6501. Pilot taken POW.
				8499	(MSN 647)	350th FS [LH-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "The Georgia Peach"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Damaged by flak and crashed near Wittensee, Germany April 9, 1944; MACR 3624.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				8500	(MSN 648)	487th FS [HO-P], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Cripes A'Mighty"
				8501	(MSN 649)	365th FS [CH-B], 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF Raydon (USAAF Station 157), Suffolk, UK; Damaged 8Feb44 
					taxying at Raydon.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8502	(MSN 650)	82nd FS [MX-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 360th FS [PI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Hell's Angel"; Combat damaged by Bf 109G near Scheveningen and 
					crashed into North Sea off Den Haag, Netherlands November 29, 1943;  MACR 1436.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				8503	(MSN 651)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Accident 15Sep43 landing at RAF Ford, West Sussex; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-N], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 23Jan44 taxying at Atcham; 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Damaged 9Aug44 on 
					take-off at Raydon; 63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Accident 20Nov44 on take-off at Boxted
				8504	(MSN 652)	358th FS [YF-G], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Bunky"; Shot down 
					January 29, 1944 near Koblenz, Germany; MACR 2131.  Pilot KIA
				8505	(MSN 653)	82nd FS [MX-E; MX-K bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford (USAAF Station 357), Cambridgeshire, UK; 
					"Smilin' Jack II"; "Achtung! Der Finger"; Accident 7Jun44 landing long and ground looped at Duxford. Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				8506	(MSN 654)	335th FS [WD-X then B], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Mark II"; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown
					by unknown pilot and unit 4 miles N of Haaksbergen, Netherlands January 30, 1944; MACR 2296.  Pilot WIA and taken POW.
				8507	(MSN 655)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; The aircraft was last seen chasing 
					a Bf 109 in a vertical dive, entering a cloud layer at 6,000 ft in the vicinity of Saint-Quentin, France 
					on a bomber escort mission to Frankfurt am Main, Germany February 11, 1944. MACR 2296.  
					The aircraft crashed at Moncornet, 15km SSE of Vervins, France; Pilot killed.
				8508	(MSN 656)	328th FS [PE-Z], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Panama Papacito"; 350th FS [LH-D], 
					353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366
				8509	(MSN 657)	328th FS [PE-I], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 361st FS [QI-O], 356th FG, 8th AF,
					 Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Peter  Reinhardtof JG 11/5 at Neuenkirchen 
					near Holdorf, SW of Bremen, Germany November 29, 1943; MACR 1453. Pilot KIA
				8510	(MSN 658)	361st FS [QI-Y], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath (USAAF Station 369); "Shoo Shoo Baby"; [QI-M]; 
					"Fireball"; Damaged 8Jul44 when nosed over and the propeller struck the ground taxying at Martlesham Heath; 
					Destroyed 24Oct44 landing at Martlesham Heath.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8511	(MSN 659)	328th FS [PE-W], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Red Raider", Artwork of cowboy on 
					bucking bronco; 351st FS [YJ-K], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Mid air collision 30Jun44 
					with P-47D 42-8628, crashed and destroyed 2 miles SW of RAF Tibenham, Norfolk, UK; Pilot killed
				8512	(MSN 660)	359th FS [OC-O], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Hayseed Margaret"; 
					375th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged by flak and ditched in North Sea 35 miles 
					E of Great Yarmouth March 22, 1944; MACR 3403.  Pilot MIA.
				8513	(MSN 661)	350th FS [LH-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Eager Beaver"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Shot down by Obfw. Adolf Glunz in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/5 at Budel, Netherlands October 14, 1943; MACR 504.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture. The Thunderbolt was peppered by machine gun fire from the attacking aircraft 
					and the instrument panel disintegrated. The pilot was shot and shrapnel found its way into his 
					stomach through his leather flying jacket and Mae West. As his plane shuddered under the attack, 
					he was forced to bail out at 800ft with his parachute finally opening at 50ft. The pilot was 
					picked up by members of the Dutch resistance returned to 353rd Group in March 1944.
				8514	(MSN 662)	486th FS [PZ-P], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Shot down by Fw Gerhard Thyben 
					in Bf 109G of JG 3/6 near Zandvliet and crashed near Oirschot, Netherlands November 30, 1943; MACR 1445.  Pilot killed.
				8515	(MSN 663)	328th FS [PE-N], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Dixie Boy" / "Hildegarde"; 
					Damaged 14Jan44 on take-off at Bodney; Damaged 22Feb44 taxying at Bodney; 350th FS [LH-T], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					Metfield, Station 366; Raydon, Station 157; Shot down by flak and crashed in English Channel 
					5 miles off Le Treport, France June 7, 1944; MACR 5559.  Pilot killed.
				8516	(MSN 664)	487th FS [HO-Z], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Lucky Boy"; Crashed 26Jan44 near 
					Crows Green, Barfield, Essex; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				8517	(MSN 665)	328th FS [PE-Q], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "INB" [Indiana National Bank - where 
					the pilot used to work] / "Eleanor"; 
				8518	(MSN 666)	357th FS [OS-V], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Wild Bill"
				8519	(MSN 667)	
				8520	(MSN 668)	328th FS [PE-M], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 354th FS [WR-Q], 355th FG, 8th AF, 
					Steeple Morden, Station 122; Crash landed 23Jan44 at RAF Welford, Berkshire, UK.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8521	(MSN 669)	487th FS [HO-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Damaged by flak 29Jan44 over France 
					and crashed in the English Channel; Pilot rescued
				8522	(MSN 670)	352nd FS [SX-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Betsy"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					92nd Bomb Group, 8th AF, Podington, Station 109; Used as formation monitor
				8523	(MSN 671)	360th FS [PI-F], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Dear Alean" [name from 
					start of letters to girlfriend]; 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 84th FS [WZ-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, 
					Duxford, Station 357; 
				8524	(MSN 672)	83rd FS [HL-Y; HL-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Artwork - a flying Superman 
					with a yellow disc as a background. 
				8525	(MSN 673)	63rd FS [UN-J], 56th FG, 8th AF; 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], Lorraine, France; 
					Damaged 18Dec44 after engine failure on take-off at Toul.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				8526	(MSN 674)	358th FS [YF-M], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Artwork of boxing glove on 
					medal ribbon; Shot down by flak at Saint-Inglevert, France December 30, 1943; MACR 1868. Pilot KIA
				8527	(MSN 675)	328th FS [PE-V], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Ramblin Rebel"; Shot down in combat 
					with a Fw 190 and crashed on the edge of the Route Marle-Vervins at Saint-Gobert, 7km SW of Vervins, France 
					February 8, 1944; MACR 2152.  Pilot MIA.
				8528	(MSN 676)	336th FS [VF-L], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 313th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Carentan [A-10], 
					France; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 whilst strafing enemy trucks near Bourey and crashed at La Crocquerie, 3km S 
					of Cérences, France July 30, 1944; MACR 7403.  Pilot killed.
				8529	(MSN 677)	487th FS [HO-M], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Lambie"
				8530	(MSN 678)	82nd FS [MX-I; MX-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford (USAAF Station 357), Cambridgesire, UK; 
					"Jeanie - V.O.S" [V.O.S. =  Victory Over Separation]; Crashed 22Mar44 on take-off and destroyed at Duxford. 
					The aircraft swung during takeoff but, with full rudder deflection, was unable to continue straight. The pilot pulled 
					the aircraft off the ground to try and avoid the lead aircraft's slip stream causing a stall and 
					wing drop and strike the ground. The aircraft cartwheeled, the engine broke away, the fuselage 
					separated behind the pilot's seat and burst into flames. Pilot suffered only slight injuries. 
				8531	(MSN 679)	357th FS [OS-X], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 352nd FS [SX-C], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Base Air Depot No.1; 8th AF Service Command, Burtonwood, Station 590; 
					Accident 23Apr44 landing at RAF Woodchurch, Kent; converted to 2-seater and redesignated TP-47D; 
					HQ Squadron, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Damaged 10Dec44 taxying at Le Culot
				8532	(MSN 680)	HQ Squadron, 389th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Hethel, Station 114; Crash landed 11Apr45 at Wattisham
				8533	(MSN 681)	360th FS [PI-K], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed with fuel starvation 
					at Louvroil, 4km SE of Maubeuge, France May 20, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 7-8,000ft NE of Valenciennes and taken POW.
				8534	(MSN 682)	
				8535	(MSN 683)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Red Dog" [Named due to the
					pilot's luck at Red Dog Poker]; Damaged 30Mar44 taxying at RAF Martlesham Heath; Repaired.  Base Air Depot No.1;
					8th AF Service Command, Burtonwood, Station 590; Damaged by ground accident and fire 30Dec44 at RAF Burtonwood, 
					Lancashire.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8536	(MSN 684)	361st FS [QI-H], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Accident 29Dec43 landing at 
					Great Ashfield; 13thCombat Bomb Wing, 8th AF, Horham, Station 119; Mid air collision 13Sep44 and 
					crashed at Sibdon, near Craven Arms; Shropshire, UK; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				8537	(MSN 685)	84th FS [WZ-J & N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Accident 30Oct44 in Belgium
				8538	(MSN 686)	84th FS [WZ-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by 
					Maj Egon Mayer of JG 2/Stab, crashed, exploded and destroyed by fire at 1.5km N of Saint-Georges-de-Reintembault, 
					20km N of Fougères, France January 5, 1944; MACR 1741.  Pilot killed.
				8539	(MSN 687)	397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 5Oct43 
					landing with mechanical failure at Mitchel; 437th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; 
					Damaged 19Dec44 when in collision in bad weather with P-47D 44-30904 [sic] on the ground at Selfridge
				8540	(MSN 688)	
				8541	(MSN 689)	365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF
				8542	(MSN 690)	368th FS [CV-E], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Shot down by BF 109G-6 flown by
					unknown pilot and unit near Staphorst, Netherlands January 11, 1944;  MACR 1857.  Pilot killed.
				8543	(MSN 691)	83rd FS [HL-U bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed near Chievres, Belgium 
					after strafing the airfield and hitting the ground while attacking an enemy aircraft at low altitude 
					March 16, 1944; MACR 3094.  Pilot killed.
				8544	(MSN 692)	[1], 2nd Service Group, Meeks Field, Iceland; August 9, 1943; "Natalie"; 357th FS [OS-R], 
					355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Moon"; 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417;
					Shot down by flak at Brix, 2 miles SE of Cherbourg, France June 17, 1944; MACR 5972.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				8545	(MSN 693)	369th FS [IV-L], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Mary" / "Georgette"
				8546	(MSN 694)	87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Accident 9Oct43 landing at Warton; 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; 349th FS, 356th FG, 
					8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Woodchurch, Station 419; Crashed 16Jul44  on take-off and destroyed at RAF Woodchurch,
					Kent, UK
				8547	(MSN 695)	
				8548	(MSN 696)	486th FS [PZ-Z], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Pistol Packin' Mama"; 410th FS, 373rd FG, 
					9th AF, RAF Woodchurch, USAAF Station 419, Kent, UK; Damaged 13Jun44 on take-off at RAF Woodchurch.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				8549	(MSN 697)	359th FS [OC-R], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Elsie"; Damaged 31Aug44 
					in collision with P-47D 42-8478 taxying at Martlesham Heath; 
					82nd FS [MX-R bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
				8550	(MSN 698)	357th FS [OS-S], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Hell's Angels"; Shot down by 
					Bf 109G-6 flown by Oblt Karl-Heinz Kapp of JG 27/4 between Eisafthal and Cologne, Germany February 11, 1944; 
					MACR 2162.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture
				8551	(MSN 699)	84th FS [WZ-C], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				8552	(MSN 700)	365th FS [CH-B], 358th FG, 9th AFLeiston, Station 373; Damaged by flak, causing fuel shortage, 
					crashed into North Sea 4 miles off Ijmuiden, Holland January 7, 1944; MACR 2006.  Pilot killed.
				8553	(MSN 701)	367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Damaged by flak near Saint-Germain, 
					France and crashed in a wood at Saint-Jacques-d’Aliermont, 15km SE of Dieppe, France June 5, 1944; MACR 6099.
					Pilot bailed out at 5,000ft and taken POW.
				8554	(MSN 702)	63rd FS [UN-G], 56th FG, 8th AF; "Lil Goody"; [UN-P bar]; Artwork of girl in green bikini 
					on nose; "Jerry" beneath cockpit; Declared war weary; Detachment B [5F-W], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, 
					Boxted, Station 150; 
				8555	(MSN 703)	84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed 24Oct43 during a training flight after 
					loss of control and destroyed one mile S of Orwell, Cambs; Pilot killed
				8556	(MSN 704)	328th FS [PE-M], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Patricia Lee"; Shot down in combat 
					with a Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Waldemar Radener of JG 27/7 and crashed at Saint-Gobert, 8km SW of Vervins, 
					France February 8, 1944; MACR 2154.  Pilot MIA.
				8557	(MSN 705)	354th FS [WR-J], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 350th FS [LH-U], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; “Soubrette"; Damaged by flak over Hannover, Germany losing fuel and 
					headed back to base but pilot bailed out and the fighter crashed 3km S of Hellendoorn, Netherlands 
					March 8, 1944; MACr 2992.  Pilot evaded capture , returning to the Group Sep44; 
					Parts recovered 1978 at Nijverdal/Haarle
				8558	(MSN 706)	370th FS [CR-J; CS-J], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Force landed at 
					RAF East Wretham, Norfolk, England April 11, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8559	(MSN 707)	359th FS [OC-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Force landed 20Feb44 after 
					engine failure at RAF Ipswich, Suffolk.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8560	(MSN 708)	82nd FS [MX-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				8561	(MSN 709)	369th FS [IV-W], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham (USAAF Station 133) Norfolk, UK; "Green Eyes"; 
					Crashed 11Feb44 on take-off and destroyed at East Wretham, pilot survived.
				8562	(MSN 710)	552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-U], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Mid air collision 26May44 with P-47C 41-6203 near Newport, Shropshire, crashed and destroyed; Pilot killed
				8563	(MSN 711)	328th FS [PE-R], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Ilene II"; Crashed in North Sea 
					February 3, 1944; MACR 2122.  Pilot MIA.
				8564	(MSN 712)	83rd FS [HL-D; HL-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 359th FS [OC-A bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Martlesham Heath (USAAF Station 369), Suffolk, UK; Accident 1Sep44 landing at Martlesham Heath.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8565	(MSN 713)	360th FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 1Aug43 landing at Grenier Field
				8566	(MSN 714)	369th FS [IV-G], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 370th FS [CR-M then CS-M]
				8567	(MSN 715)	359th FS [OC-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "We Four"; HQ Squadron [Q], 
					41st Combat Bomb Wing, 8th AF, Molesworth, Station 107
				8568	(MSN 716)	359th FS [OC-G & I], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath (USAAF Station 369), Suffolk, UK; 
					"The Bloody Shaft"; Crashed 28May44 on take-off and destroyed at Martlesham Heath
				8569	(MSN 717)	368th FS [CV-F], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Hairless Joe"; 
					Damaged 21Mar44 on take-off at East Wretham; 22nd Depot Repair Squadron, 86th Air Depot Group, 9th AF, 
					Chilbolton, Station 404; Damaged 11Jun44 by ground crew in collision with P-47D 42-75599 taxying at Chilbolton; 
					10th Depot Repair Squadron, 10th Air Depot Group, 9th AF Service Command, Charleroi [A-87], Belgium; 
					Accident 21Feb45 landing at Charleroi
				8570	(MSN 718)	358th FS [YF-E], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122
				8571	(MSN 719)	370th FS [CR-H], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Crash landed 8Mar44 with fuel 
					starvation and destroyed near Bungay, Suffolk.  Pilot survived
				8572	(MSN 720)	82nd FS [MX-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Pontorson [A-28], 
					France; Damaged 2Sep44 by ground crew at Pontorson.  Only ground crew involved and none were injured.
					Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8573	(MSN 721)	84th FS [WZ-L bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by Obfw Adolf Glunz 
					in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/5 near Moisselles, France November 26, 1943; MACR 1442.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				8574	(MSN 722)	359th FS [OC-X], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Princess Pat"; 
					84th FS [WZ-D bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				8575	(MSN 723)	82nd FS [MX-C], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Lady Yvonne"; 
					63rd FS [UN-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crashed after strafing a car at Etten-Leur, 
					15km E of Roosendaaal, SW of Rotterdam, Netherlands September 9, 1944; MACR 8685.  Pilot killed.
				8576	(MSN 724)	361st FS, 356th FG, 1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Crashed 29Jul43 at New Cumberland 
					Field, NH; Pilot killed
				8577	(MSN 725)	87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Crash landed 9Oct43 and destroyed at Speke Airfield, Liverpool; Pilot killed
				8578	(MSN 726)	370th FS [CR-V then CS-V], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133
				8579	(MSN 727)	61st FS [HV-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; A flight of four aircraft 
					entered heavy cloud at 5,500 feet, 15 minutes after take-off. Three aircraft were never seen again 
					and presumed to have crashed into the North Sea 15 miles E of Lowestoft, England March 22, 1944; MACR 3388. Pilot MIA
				8580	(MSN 728)	328th FS [PE-C], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Hi Ho Silver"; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 
					9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Damaged 6Nov44 on take-off at Le Culot; Crashed near Gottingen, 
					Germany February 13, 1945; MACR 12303.  Pilot killed
				8581	(MSN 729)	443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 24Mar44 with a target at Norfolk Field; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron; 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; 
					Accident 2May44 landing at Norfolk; Accident 1Oct44 landing with mechanical failure at Norfolk, VA; 
					To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				8582	(MSN 730)	10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Lymington, Station 551; 12th AF, Toul/Ochey [A-96], France; 
					Accident 15Dec44 landing with fuel starvation at Saint-Dizier, France.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				8583	(MSN 731)	89th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 9Jul43 landing at Rome Field, NY; 389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crashed 19Sep43 after engine failure and destroyed by fire 15 miles N of Jacksonville, FL
				8584	(MSN 732)	Declared war weary; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Crashed 8Aug44 at Home Farm, Cruckton, Shrewsbury, Shropshire; Pilot bailed out and survived,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				8585	(MSN 733) Base Air Depot No.3; 8th AF Service Command, Langford Lodge, Station 597, Northern Ireland; 
					Crashed 18Sep43 on a ferry flight from Sydenham to Langford Lodge at Lyle Hill, near Langford Lodge, 
					Northern Ireland; Pilot killed
				8586	(MSN 734)	84th FS [WZ-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 368th FS [CV-V], 359th FG, 8th AF, 
					East Wretham, Station 133; Declared war weary; Detachment B [5F-S], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, 
					Boxted, Station 150; 
				8587	(MSN 735)	411th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Woodchurch, Station 419; Crash landed 5May44 at Woodchurch
				8588	(MSN 736)	369th FS [IV-Y], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 359th FS [OC-K], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "4-F" [4F does not in this case mean the normal "unfit for military service" 
					but to "Fearless Fosdick Frank Forsyth" as called by pilot's crew; "Gracie" [renamed in honor of pilot's wife]
				8589	(MSN 737)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Destroyed by 
					fire 6Jul43 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-22361 taking off at Republic Field
				8590	(MSN 738)	370th FS [CR-L then CS-L], 359th FG, 8th AF, RAF East Wretham, Station 133, Norfolk, UK; Force landed at 
					East Wretham March 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8591	(MSN 739)	370th FS [CR-H], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133
				8592	(MSN 740)	368th FS [CV-L], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Brucheville [A-16], Basse-Normandie, France; Damaged 17Aug44 taxying at Brucheville.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8593	(MSN 741)	War Bond aircraft; "Employees of Oil-O-Matic"; 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Raydon, Station 157; 
					Damaged 1May44 taxying at RAF Manston, Kent; Shot down by flak at Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany 
					February 3, 1945; MACR 12060.  Pilot killed
				8594	(MSN 742)	10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, RAF Lymington, Station 551, Hampshire, UK; Mid air collision 19Apr44 
					with P-47D 42-75116 and crashed at Pylewell House, near Lymington; Pilot killed
				8595	(MSN 743)	397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; "Marie Belle"; 
					Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 11Aug43 with mechanical failure taking off at Grenier Field; 
					320th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 4Feb44 after losing control 
					and destroyed at Guilford, CT; Pilot bailed out
				8596	(MSN 744)	368th FS [CV-P], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Marryin' Sam" [named from 
					Al Capp cartoon strip]; 510th FS [2Z-A], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Al's Gal"; 
					Accident 12Jun44 landing at Christchurch
				8597	(MSN 745)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Destroyed 6Jul43 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-22361 taking off at Republic Field
				8598	(MSN 746)	359th FS [OC-D], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAf Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					Shot down by Lt Heinrich Overhagen in Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/8 and crashed at Vreeland, Netherlands 
					November 29, 1943; MACR 1452.  Pilot bailed out and taken POW.
				8599	(MSN 747)	361st FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, Station 369, Suffolk, UK; 
					Accident 25Oct43 in collision with P-47D 42-8692 landing at Martlesham Heath resulting in 
					damage to both wings; Repaired;  359th FS; Accident 13Feb44 landing at RAF Martlesham Heath; Pilot survived; 
					Salvaged Feb 31, 1944 at RAF Manston #9 airfield, Isle of Thanet, England due to unknown cause
				8600 (MSN 748)	
				8601	(MSN 749)	359th FS [OC-Z], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					The fighter was despatched to provide escort to bombers attacking at Bremen, Germany. 
					Shortly after crossing the Dutch coast the aircraft lost oil pressure and sustained an engine failure. 
					Crashed at Nieuwlande, Netherlands, November 29, 1943. MACR 1451.  Pilot bailed out and became POW. 
					[Another source claims shot down by mistake by B-17 at Nieuwlande but the MACR does not state this]
				8602	(MSN 750)	84th FS [WZ-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Sis"; 351st FS [YJ-E], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Metfield, Station 366
				8603	(MSN 751)	83rd FS [HL-H], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, Station 357; Crashed 21Apr44 after engine 
					failure 2 miles E of Duxford; Pilot killed
				8604	(MSN 752)	374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Forced to abort mission shortly 
					after take-off due to a runaway propeller March 5, 1944. While returning to base, the fighter 
					crashed and exploded near Babraham, 10 miles SE of Bodney. Pilot killed.
				8605	(MSN 753)	
				8606	(MSN 754)	61st FS [HV-C], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Collided with P-47D 42-7967 
					when lining up for an attack on enemy fighters  and crashed into North Sea 18km N of Norderney, Germany 
					December 11, 1943; MACR 1536.  Pilot MIA
				8607	(MSN 755)	63rd FS [UN-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by Maj Egon Mayer in 
					Fw 190A-6 of FG 2/Stab at Merdorp, Belgium December 1, 1943; MACR 1276.  Pilot KIA.
				8608	(MSN 756)	83rd FS [HL-W; HL-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 361st FS [QI-B], 356th FG, 
					8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Butch", artwork of cartoon character 'Smokey Stover'; 
					350th FS [LH-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; 392nd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF, 
					Frankfurt/Eschborn [Y-74], Germany; Damaged 12May45 taxying at Nurnberg, Germany
				8609	(MSN 757)	63rd FS [UN-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, Station 365; Crashed 30Dec43 after loss of 
					engine power, failed to become airborne, the wheels sank in soft ground and the aircraft turned over at Halesworth
				8610	(MSN 758)	357th FS [OS-Q], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Reddy for Action"; 
					Combat damaged and crash landed near Ath, SE of Brussels, Belgium January 29, 1944; MACR 2130.  Pilot evaded capture.
				8611	(MSN 759)	368th FS [CV-H], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 370th FS [CR-N then CS-N]
				8612	(MSN 760)	2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; Damaged 6Aug43 when ground looped in 
					Greenland while on ferry flight from USA to England.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8613	(MSN 761)	370th FS [CR-A then CS-A], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					3rd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 496th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					Damaged 2Dec44 taxying at RAF Catfoss, Yorkshire.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8614	(MSN 762)	62nd FS [LM-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Saucy Shirley II", artwork of young 
					nude girl answering telephone; Combat damaged 8Oct43 when a bullet struck the instrument panel; 
					Crashed 13Nov43 into North Sea off Happisburgh, Norfolk; Pilot MIA. The aircraft was part of a flight 
					of four aircraft practising a group bombing technique when they let down for several thousand feet 
					in icing conditions; it is presumed that the pilot lost control and perished in the North Sea.
				8615	(MSN 763)	84th FS [WZ-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "My Baby"; 442nd Sub-Depot Squadron, 
					305th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Chelveston, Station 105; Force landed 23Nov44 after engine failure at 
					Thurleigh, Bedfordshire.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8616	(MSN 764)	410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, RAF Woodchurch, Station 419; Damaged 23May44 when ground looped at Woodchurch; 
					On a dive bombing mission to Châteaudun and Orléans, the aircraft crashed near Château-du-Loir, France July 16, 1944; 
					MACR 7050.  Pilot killed.
				8617	(MSN 765)	368th FS [CV-M], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Lucky Pearl"; 359th FS [OC-T], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Force landed 19Jun44 after engine failure and destroyed at 
					RAF Sutton Heath, Woodbridge, Suffolk.  Pilot survived.
				8618	(MSN 766)	
				8619	(MSN 767)	War Bond aircraft; "The Spirit of Lewisboro"; 82nd FS [MX-M bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, 
					Station 357; 351st FS [YJ-A], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Raydon, Station 157; "Lonesome Polecat"; 
					Crash landed 21May44 with fuel starvation at Raydon; [YJ-A bar], "Anvil Chaos"; Accident 30Jun44 landing 
					at Raydon; Repaired and returned to Group 8Jul44; Declared war weary; 334th FS [QP-O], 4th FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Debden, Station 356; "Man Made Monster"; Detachment B [5F-K], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150
				8620	(MSN 768)	82nd FS [MX-F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 368th FS [CV-V bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, 
					East Wretham, Station 133; 23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Brucheville [A-16], France; With the ammunition 
					exhausted, the pilot returned towards base but shot down and crashed at Saint-Christophe-le-Jajolet, 
					10km S of Argentan, France August 13, 1944; MACR 8578.  Pilot bailed out wounded, taken POW and 
					was freed by the resistance. 
				8621	(MSN 769)	370th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Accident 2Jan44 landing at East Wretham; 
					310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; On February 6th 1944, 
					5 American P-47 Thunderbolts were being ferried from East Wretham in Norfolk, to the Air Depot at Warton 
					near Preston for modification. They had taken off in spite of a warning of bad weather over Lancashire; 
					two pilots were killed. This Thunderbolt crashed near Freckleton on approach to Warton, killing the pilot, 
					while P-47D 42-22758 crashed on Pendle Hill, near Blackburn. 
				8622	(MSN 770)	83rd FS [HL-N bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Damaged in combat by Fw 190A-6 flown by
					unknown pilot of JG 2 between Rennes and Châteaubriand and crashed at La Touche, near Juvigné, 
					25km SE of Fougères, France January 5, 1944; MACR 1738.  Pilot killed.
				8623	(MSN 771)	350th FS [LH-F], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Janie"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, RAF Ashford, Station 417, Kent, UK; Damaged 10Jun44 taxying at Ashford.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8624	(MSN 772)	368th FS [CV-X], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Damaged 19Mar44 taxying at 
					East Wretham; 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Shot down by flak and crashed 
					between Tessy-sur-Vire and Fervaches, France July 29, 1944; MACR 8046.  Pilot killed.
				8625	(MSN 773)	514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, RAF Ashford, Station 417; Shot down by flak and crashed between 
					Lessay and Périers, France June 17, 1944;  MACR 5971.  Pilot killed.
				8626	(MSN 774)	358th FS [YF-W], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Nuisance"; Shot down by 
					Fw Gerd Wiegand in Fw190A-6 of JG 26/4 and crashed at Dalmsholte, near Dalfsen, Netherlands 
					November 13, 1943 during bomber escort to Bremen, Germany; MACR 1288.  Pilot KIA
				8627	(MSN 775)	328th FS [PE-H], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Dallas Darling"; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Shot down by flak and crashed in flames 
					6km SW of Tessy-sur-Vire, France July 29, 1944; MACR 8047.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				8628	(MSN 776)	84th FS [WZ-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, Station 357; 351st FS [YJ-T], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Raydon, Station 157; "Jose"; Mid air collision 30Jun44 with P-47D 42-8511, 2 miles SW of Tibenham; 
					Crash landed on fire one mile ENE of Nijverdal, 7 miles NNW of Rijsssen, Netherlands while strafing 
					trucks 10 miles SW of Almelo, Netherlands September 5, 1944; MACR 8403.  Pilot POW.
				8629	(MSN 777)	358th FS [YF-Z], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; The aircraft was despatched to 
					provide escort of B-26 bombers from 9th AF attacking the German airfields at Montdidier and Meulan, France. 
					On the return, the flight enountered strong headwinds of over 100mph which caused excessive fuel consumption. 
					This aircraft suffered fuel starvation over the English Channel and crashed into the sea November 7, 1943; .
					MACR 1283.  Pilot killed.
				8630	(MSN 778)	84th FS [WZ-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 361st FS [QI-A], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Skeeter" / "Kiss O'Death"; 352nd FS [SX-W bar], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Metfield, Station 366; Shot down by flak while strafing a motor vehicle convoy, damaging the 
					fuselage and right wing, and crashed near Vignats, 5km SE of Falaise, France June 10, 1944; MACR 5560.
					Pilot killed.
				8631	(MSN 779)	358th FS [YF-U], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Mud Cat"; On November 29, 1943 
					the aircraft was despatched to provide penetration support to bombers attacking at Bremen, Germany. 
					When the flight reached Holland it was attacked by German fighters. The fighter sustained battle damage 
					in the attack and was forced to crash land at Gasselternijveen near Vreeland, Netherlands; MACR 1284.
					Pilot POW; Parts recovered 1987
				8632	(MSN 780)	368th FS [CV-H], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133
				8633	(MSN 781)	487th FS [HO-Q], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141
				8634	(MSN 782)	350th FS [LH-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; "Dove of Peace IV"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					369th FS [IV-R], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Sally"; 370th FS [CS-Q]; 
					395th FS [A7-P bar], 368th FG, 9th AF, Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Declared war weary; 
					Modified as a two-seat hack; Accident 21Feb45 landing at Metz; Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.
					Repaired.  Straubing [R-68], Germany; Accident 17Aug45 taxying at Furstenfeldbruck [R-72], Germany 
				8635	(MSN 783)	328th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; On October 10, 1943 the aircraft was despatched 
					to provide escort for B-17 bomber formations attacking at Munster, Germany. On return the aircraft 
					sustained damage from Bf 109G of JG 11/5 over Holland, but the pilot stayed with the aircraft until 
					20 miles short of the English coast where he was forced to abandon the aircraft over the North Sea 
					off Lowestoft, Suffolk. MACR 851.  No trace of the aircraft or pilot was ever found. 
				8636	(MSN 784)	370th FS [CS-F bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Damaged 23Dec43 in 
					collision with P-47G 42-25079 taxying at East Wretham; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot
					and unit at Schmargendorf, Germany February 24, 1944; MACR 2680.  Pilot killed.
				8637	(MSN 785)	368th FS [CV-Z then CV-T], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 365th FG, 9th AF
				8638	(MSN 786)	390th FS [B2-D], 366th FG, 9th AF, St Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; 
					Accident 29Jun44 landing at St Pierre-du-Mont; Shot down by flak 5 miles NE of Barenton, France 
					August 9, 1944; MACFR 8151.  Pilot killed.
				8639	(MSN 787)	359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by flak at Laeseyck, 
					Netherlands January 7, 1944; MACR 1736.  Pilot bailed out but was murdered by civilians
				8640	(MSN 788)	361st FS [QI-T], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Jersey Jerk"; 
					375th FS [E2-D], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374
				8641	(MSN 789)	334th FS [QP-I], 4th FG, 8th AF, RAF Debden, Station 356; "Great Dane II"; 
					Force landed 29Jan44 after engine failure at Lashenden, Kent; 512th FS [L3-L], 406th FG, 9th AF, 
					RAF Ashford, Station 417; Mid air collision 21Apr44 with P-47D 42-75598, 10 miles SE of 
					Ashford, Kent; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				8642	(MSN 790)	83rd FS [HL-C bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, Station 357; Crash landed 22Oct43 at 
					Duxford; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Damaged 7May44 on take-off and crashed 8 miles S of Atcham. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8643	(MSN 791)	354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Crashed 24Sep43 in bad weather at 
					Corner Farm, South Wheatley, Notts; Pilot killed
				8644	(MSN 792)	334th FS [QP-N then U], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Lilliput"; 
					513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Asch [Y-29], Belgium; Damaged 20Mar45 landing at Venlo, Netherlands; 
					Shot down by Obfw. Hermann Hoffmann in Bf 109G-3 of JG 54/ll and ditched off Ostend, Belgium May 21, 1943; 
					Pilot POW
				8645	(MSN 793)	359th FS [OC-T], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 368th FS [CV-M], 359th FG, 
					8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133
				8646	(MSN 794)	369th FS [IV-J], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Primrose Peggy"; 
					359th FS [OC-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; [OC-J]; Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B [5F-Y], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, RAF Boxted, USAAF Station 150, Essex, UK; "Primrose Peggy"; 
					Damaged 22May44 in collision with P-47D 42-76364 taxying at Boxted.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8647	(MSN 795)	23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Brucheville [A-16], France; Accident 3Aug44 landing at Brucheville.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8648	(MSN 796)	
				8649	(MSN 797)	394th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 18Dec43 landing with mechanical failure at Mitchel; 401st FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; 
					Accident 18Dec43 landing at Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					121st FG, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Force landed 3Aug44 after engine failure and destroyed at Ellington, CT
				8650	(MSN 798)	361st FS [QI-C], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Zombie"; 
					Crash landed 13Mar44 with landing gear failure at RAF Hitcham; 84th FS [WZ-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
					Damaged by the blast from an explosion from the train it had just strafed [which had been carrying 
					flying bomb components] at Maubeuge, France,and crash landed after the engine failed 6 miles N of Ypres, Belgium 
					August 28, 1944; MACR 8307.  Pilot evaded capture. The fighter was destroyed by other squadron members to 
					prevent it being captured by the enemy.
				8651	(MSN 799)	487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, USAAF Station 342; Crashed 8May44 after engine failure 
					2 miles NE of Halfpenny Green, Staffordshire; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				8652	(MSN 800)	486th FS [PZ-O], 352nd FG, 8th AF, RAF Bodney, USAAF Station 141; "The Bid"; Accident 2Oct43 landing 
					at Bodney; Mid air collision 8Mar44 with P-47D 42-8490 while flying with 42-8490, 42-22486 and 42-75157 
					near RAF Hethel, Norfolk 
					while flying formation in a long climb through thick cloud after take-off for a mission; Pilot killed
				8653	(MSN 801)	328th FS [PE-A], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Flossie"
				8654	(MSN 802)	359th FS [OC-E bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369
				8655	(MSN 803)	
				8656	(MSN 804)	412th FS [V5-B], 373rd FG, 9th AF, Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], Basse-Normandie, France; 
					Damaged 20Aug44 taxying at Tour-en-Bessin.  
				8657	(MSN 805)	328th FS [PE-K], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Jamie Mi Boy" (L) / "The West 'by Gawd' Virginian" (R)
				8658	(MSN 806)	83rd FS [HL-P bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 508th Bomb Squadron, 351st Bomb Group, 
					8th AF, Polebrook, Station 110; Accident 16Mar45 landing at Polebrook
				8659	(MSN 807)	336th FS [VF-T], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Donnie Boy", Artwork - eagle wearing boxing gloves; 
					367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, USAAF Station 411; Damaged 24Apr44 taxying at High Halden
				8660	(MSN 808)	328th FS [PE-D], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; The Flying Draft-Dodger"; 
					23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Brucheville [A-16], France; Crashed 5 miles E of Le Havre, France July 19, 1944; 
					MACR 8496.  Pilot MIA. The aircraft was low on fuel and being escorted by P-47D 42-26662 to an emergency 
					landing ground on a beach head on the Cherbourg peninsula. After peeling away from the squadron and 
					disappearing into cloud, neither aircraft were seen again, nor responded to radio calls.
				8661	(MSN 809)	353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; 374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham, USAAF Station 374,
					Cambridgeshire, UK;   Crash landed 13May44 at Bottisham.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				8662	(MSN 810)	361st FS [QI-X], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Mid air collision with P-47D 42-22542 
					at 4,000ft and crashed at Les Montoilles, near Rochy-Condé, 8km SE of Beauvais, France December 30, 1943; MACR 1870.
					Pilot killed. One of them was shot down by Lt Waldemar Radener in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/7 and then collided with the other.
				8663	(MSN 811)	370th FS [CR-G, then CS-G], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Baltimore Babe"; 
					Force landed 11Jan44 by bad weather near Molesworth
				8664	(MSN 812)	352nd FS [SX-W], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], France; 
					Damaged by flak while strafing tanks at Hinterweidenthal, Germany and crash landed, hitting trees and 
					catching fire at Neunhoffen, Dambach, 15km ESE of Bitche, France March 15, 1945; MACR 13029.  Pilot killed.
				8665	(MSN 813)	323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 7Jan44 out of gas at Milford, VA; 
					133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Crashed 29Nov44 after engine failure 
					2 miles E of Putnam, CT; Pilot bailed out
				8666	(MSN 814)	133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Accident 25Jul44 landing at Hillsgrove; 
					Ditched 1Sep44 after engine failure into bay off Conimicut Point, RI
				8667	(MSN 815)	84th FS [WZ-K bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, 
					Saint-James [A-29], Brittany, France; Damaged 14Sep44 taxying at Saint-James.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8668	(MSN 816)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Stewpot"; The fighter was despatched 
					to provide escort to B-17 bombers attacking at Munster, Germany. While over Holland near Arnhem, 
					the pilot reported mechanical problems with the aircraft and turned back towards England. 
					Shot down by Ofhr. Manfred Spork in Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/7 at Bennekom, Netherlands November 11, 1943. 
					MACR 1450.  Pilot killed
				8669	(MSN 817)	84th FS [WZ-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 310th Ferrying Squadron, 
					27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Accident 13Apr44 landing at Calveley, Cheshire; 
					510th FS [2Z-O], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], Basse-Normandie, 
					France; "Mormon Meteor" / "Yvonne"; 
					Damaged 26Aug44 in collision with P-47D 42-25718 taxying at Picauville. Able to land.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8670	(MSN 818)	82nd FS [MX-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, USAAF Station 357, Cambridgeshire, UK; 
					Damaged 24Oct43 taxying at RAF Waterbeach; Damaged 15Feb44 when ground looped at Duxford.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8671	(MSN 819)	82nd FS [MX-U bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Hun Hopper"; 
					Accident 22May44 landing at Duxford; 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; 
					Shot down by BF 109G-14 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Neustadt, W of Mannheim, Germany January 14, 1945; 
					MACR 11788.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				8672	(MSN 820)	
				8673	(MSN 821)	63rd FS [UN-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF; 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; 
					Shot down by flak and crashed at Épinay-sur-Odon, France July 18, 1944; MACR 7172.  Pilot killed.
				8674	(MSN 822)	351st FS [YJ-K], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Metfield, USAAF Station 366; 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF,
					Laon/Couvron [A-70], France; Damaged 12Oct44 taxying at Laon.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				8675	(MSN 823)	351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; 335th FS [WD-E], 4th FG, 8th AF, 
					Debden, Station 356; 10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Carentan [A-10], France; Failed to return from a 
					strafing mission to Saint-Denis-le-Gast, France when the formation broke up to avoid eight 
					strafing P-47's crossing their flight path. Crashed 10 miles NE of Granville at Bréhal, France 
					July 28, 1944; MACR 8044.  Pilot killed
				8676	(MSN 824)	62nd FS [LM-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Miss Box" / "Margaret D"; 
					Crash landed near Beverloo, Belgium due to engine failure March 2, 1944; MACR 2786.  Pilot POW.
				8677	(MSN 825)	361st FS [QI-L], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 362nd FS; 
					Damaged 22Oct43 during take-off at Martlesham Heath when it hit the air traffic control box, 
					killing one person; 361st FS; Mid air collision 20Dec43 with B-24 42-63964 (93BG/329BS) near 
					Den Helder, Netherlands during formation form-up, sliced in half and crashed into North Sea; MACR 1540.
					Pilot killed
				8678	(MSN 826)	487th FS [HO-O], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Skip"; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					RAF Kingsnorth, USAAF Station 418, Kent, UK; Crashed 2May44 after engine failure near Kingsnorth; Pilot bailed out
				8679	(MSN 827)	
				8680	(MSN 828)	328th FS [PE-E], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Betty"
				8681	(MSN 829)	83rd FS [HL-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown 
					by Lt Wilhelm Flegel von Famholz of JG 2/7 near Moisselles, 25 miles NNW of Paris, France November 26, 1943; 
					MACR 1443.  Pilot killed.
				8682	(MSN 830)	486th FS [PZ-T], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Li'l Evey"; 514th FS, 406th FG, 
					9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Damaged 25Apr44 taxying at Ashford; Shot down in combat with four 
					Fw 190A-6 fighters and crashed 1km S of Dreux, France June 29, 1944; MACR 6225.  Pilot killed.
				8683	(MSN 831)	350th FS [LH-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Accident 2Oct43 landing at Metfield; 
					Shot down by flak 15km E of Saint-Omer, France October 22, 1943; MACR 1042.  Pilot KIA. The mission 
					was recalled and the flight turned back towards base. During the turn, this aircraft was seen 
					to pull up to the right and out of the formation in a vertical left bank, snapping to the right, 
					and going down.
				8684	(MSN 832)	487th FS [HO-X], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Lucia"
				8685	(MSN 833)	361st FS [QI-N], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					83rd FS [HL-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369
				8686	(MSN 834)	47th Liaison Squadron, 9th AF; Verdun/Charny [Y-28], France; Attached to Twelfth Army Group; 
					Crashed 20Sep44 on take-off at Verdun.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				8687	(MSN 835)	352nd FS [SX-R], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Hi-Lander"; 10th Air Depot Group, 
					9th AF Service Command, Chilbolton, Station 404; Salvaged 15Aug44
				8688	(MSN 836)	83rd FS [HL-B bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, USAAF Station 357; Damaged by flak after 
					strafing an airfield near Reims March 17, 1944. The engine failed with a fire in an oil line; 
					the aircraft exploded and crashed near Monthenault, 4km SW of Vorges, 8km S de Laon, France March 17, 1944. 
					MACR 3101.  The pilot bailed out at 3,500ft and evaded capture.
				8689	(MSN 837)	358th FS [YF-H], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122
				8690	(MSN 838)	366th FS [IA-K], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; "Super Rabbit"; 
					Damaged in combat by Fw 190A-6 (itself destroyed by the rest of the section) N of Saint-Lô and 
					crashed SE of La Haye-du-Puits, 20km W of Carentan, France June 17, 1944; MACR 6281.  Pilot killed.
				8691	(MSN 839)	61st FS [HV-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, USAAF Station 365; Shot down by flak after 
					strafing an airfield and crashed at Eggebek, Germany April 15, 1944; MACR 4065.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				8692	(MSN 840)	361st FS [QI-Q], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAF Station 369, Suffolk, UK; 
					Accident 25Oct43 in collision with P-47D 42-8599 landing at Martlesham Heath, damaging both wings; 
					Combat damaged by Bf 109G and crashed at Egede, N of Hellendoorn, Netherlands November 29, 1943; 
					MACR 1543.  Pilot KIA.  Parts recovered 1991.
				8693	(MSN 841)	63rd FS [UN-I], 56th FG, 8th AF; "Liquidator"; "Quaker - Sad Sack"; 370th FS [CS-E], 
					359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Miss Margaret" / "Pee Wee"; 
					Declared war weary; Detachment B [5F-E], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 
					"Miss Margaret" / "Pee Wee"
				8694	(MSN 842)	359th FS [OC-R], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, USAAf Station 369; 
					"Little Texan" / "Gwen" or "Gwendoline" [name may not have been applied before the aircraft 
					was lost in combat]; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Hptm Klaus Mietusch of JG 26/3 Stab 
					2 miles W of Arras and crashed near Pénin, 21km W of Arras, France January 14, 1944; MACR 1967.  
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				8695	(MSN 843)	369th FS [IV-F], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Oily Boid"
				8696	(MSN 844)	
				8697	(MSN 845)	350th FS [LH-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Metfield, USAAF Station 366; Crash landed 1Dec43 with 
					mechanical failure at Metfield
				8698	(MSN 846)	369th FS [IV-X], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Able Mabel"; 510th FS [2Z-K], 
					405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; Accident 31Jul44 landing 
					and destroyed at Picauville
				8699	(MSN 847)	War Bond aircraft; "Spirit of Los Angeles City College"; 486th FS [PZ-A], 352nd FG, 
					8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Prairie Farmer"; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Woodchurch, Station 419; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Ofw Waldemar Soffing of JG 26/1, crashed and exploded at Bachy, 
					N of Orchies, France May 24, 1944; MACR 6485.  Pilot bailed out at 500ft and evaded capture.
				8700	(MSN 848)	Wright Field, Dayton, OH
				8701	(MSN 849)	
				8702	(MSN 850)	Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Modified with a Hawker Typhoon bubble canopy; Designated XP-47K; First flight July 1943; Used to test the P-47N wing.	
42-8703/8707		Ryan YPT-25
				MSN 1775/1779.  Contrary to some reports, this was not an order
					taken over from an NEIAF order.
				8703 w/o Sep 1, 1943 2 mi E 3 1/2 Mi N of Bennington, Kansas.
				8704 w/o Aug 11, 1943 at Salina MAP, Kansas
				8705 SOC 9/13/44
				8707 (MSN 1779) W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Salina, KS 
42-8708/8725		Schweizer TG-2-SW
				8708 W/o 29 Sep 1942 at Fort Sumner, NM 
				8709 W/o 15 Sep 1942 at Fort Sumner, NM 
				8711 (MSN 28) to civil registry as N50795. In process of being restored in Springfield, Missouri
				8715 W/o 10 Apr 1942 at Condor Field, CA 
				8716 W/o 10 Apr 1942 at Condor Field, CA 
				8720 on civil registry as N50796.
				8724 W/o 13 Jun 1942 at Deadman Dry Lake, CA 
42-8726			Stearman XBT-17
				MSN 91000 Model X90 ex MSN 90000 (NX21924)
42-8727/9126		Bell P-39N Airacobra
				8727/8805 to USSR
					8740 recovered from crash site Tadji, Papua New Guinea in 1974.  To civil registry as N81575.  Noted at 
						Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA 1974-1989.  Restored to airworthy, Chino, California 1990-2002.  
						(www.warbirdregistry.org)
					8784 recovered from Russian crash site.  Hulk to Chino, California 1996 for restoration.
						(www.warbirdregistry.org)
				8806 W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Chame, Panama
				8807 to USSR
				8808/8842 converted to P-39N-3-BE
					8812 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 22 Feb 1943 at Alexandria, LA 
					8818 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 16 Feb 1943 at Esler Field, LA 
					8819 to Free French AF
					8823 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 30 Sep 1943 at Alco, LA 
					8826 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Hopkinsville, KY 
					8832 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 21 Feb 1943 at Wayne Co Arpt, MI 
					8833 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 27 Mar 1943 at De Ridder AAB, LA 
					8835 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 22 Sep 1943 at Thomasville, GA 
					8837 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 8 Nov 1943 at Elmer, LA 
					8840 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 6 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
					8841 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 23 Mar 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
					8842 Conv to P-39N-3-BE; w/o 2 Feb 1944 at Ain Draham, Tunesia
				8844 W/o 8 Jul 1943 at Blythe, CA
				8845 W/o 24 May 1944 at Epharta AAB, WA 
				8846 W/o 21 Jan 1943 at Circleville, OH 
				8848 W/o 27 May 1943 at San Pablo Point, CA 
				8849 W/o 4 Jul 1943 at Into Clear Lake, CA 
				8851 W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Camp Beale, CA 
				8852 W/o 17 Mar 1943 at Bet Walnut Creek, CA 
				8853 W/o 11 May 1943 at Hayward, CA 
				8855 W/o 15 Apr 1944 at Drakes Bay Bonb Range, CA
				8856 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				8857 W/o 8 May 1944 at Coules City, WA 
				8858 W/o 2 Oct 1943 at Salem AAB, OR 
				8859 W/o 11 Feb 1943 at Mills Field, CA 
				8860 W/o 3 May 1943 at Moss Landing, CA 
				8862 crashed Jan 21, 1944 at NAS Alameda, CA.  Pilot parachuted to safety but 10 people 
					on the ground were injured.
				8863 W/o 8 Apr 1943 at Dublin, CA 
				8864 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at Redmond AAF, OR 
				8865 W/o 29 Mar 1943 at Santa Rosa AAB, CA 
				8866 W/o 20 Mar 1943 at Santa Rosa AAB, CA 
				8867 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at Tubbs Island, CA
				8868 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Santa Rosa AAB, CA 
				8870 W/o 13 Feb 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				8871 W/o 7 Feb 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				8872 W/o 27 Jan 1943 at Salt Flats, TX 
				8873 W/o 4 May 1943 at Hayward AAB, CA; repaired (?); w/o 26 Jun 1944 at Ephrata, WA 
				8874 W/o 5 May 1943 at Half Moon Bay, CA 
				8881 W/o 1 Mar 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA; repaired (?); wfu; reported in 1991 to be under restoration at Chino, CA
				8882 W/o 22 Mar 1943 at Sebastopol, CA 
				8883 W/o 12 Jun 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA
				8884 W/o 26 Jun 1944 at Wilson Creek, WA 
				8885 W/o 17 Mar 1943 at Bet Walnut Creek, CA 
				8886 W/o 15 Feb 1943 in San Francisco Bay nr San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				8887 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				8888 W/o 3 Oct 1943 at San Pablo Bay, CA 
				8889 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				8890 W/o 9 Jul 1943 at Portland AAB, OR 
				8891 W/o 9 Dec 1943 at Mount Hood Gunnery Range, OR 
				8892 W/o 23 Jun 1943 at Oasis, CA 
				8893 (329th FS, 328th FG) in training accident at Trace, CA Mar 10, 1943.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				8894 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				8895 W/o 14 May 1943 at Oroville, CA 
				8897 W/o 11 Jul 1943 at Gudalcanal
				8900 (347th FG, 68th FS) ditched 1 mi S of Kalolo Island, Fiji
					Dec 10, 1943.  Pilot MIA
				8906 (67th FS, 347th FG) lost Jul 14, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 81
				8912/8961 to USSR
				8962 W/o 26 May 1943 at 9 Mi NE Gainesville, TX 
				8963 W/o 22 Jul 1943 at Into Pacific Ocean, near Pacific City, OR 
				8964 to Free French AF
				8965 (350th FG) lost Jan 31, 1944.  MACR 2481
				8971 (350th FG) lost Apr 4, 1944.  MACR 3994
				8979 (350th FG) lost Apr 4, 1944.  MACR 4108
				8980/9079 to USSR
					9004 to USSR.  Was "White 100", flown by Alexander Pokryshin, top Allied ace.
				9080 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Vesuvius, Italy
				9083 to Free French AF
				9085 to French AF.  Crashed Mar 15, 1944 near Lapasset, Algeria
					after engine failure during training flight.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				9087 to Free French AF
				9090 W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Tafaroui Airport, Algeria 
				9093 to Free French AF
				9095 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Red Bluff, CA 
				9097 W/o 17 Oct 1943 at Lusk, WY 
				9098 W/o 5 Feb 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				9099 W/o 5 Apr 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				9101 W/o 5 Mar 1944 at Casper AAF, WY 
				9102 W/o 12 Apr 1943 at Hayward, CA 
				9103 W/o 23 Mar 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				9104 W/o 7 Jul 1943 in Pacific Ocean off Point Jenner, CA 
				9106 W/o 25 Apr 1943 at San Pablo Bay, CA 
				9111 W/o 18 Dec 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				9112 W/o 21 Mar 1943 at Middletown, CA 
				9113 W/o 18 May 1943 in Pacific Ocean off Point Jenner, CA 
				9114 W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Portland AAB, OR 
				9115 W/o 5 Jun 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				9118 W/o 20 Jul 1943 at 41 miles from Tonopah, NV 
				9120 W/o 21 Mar 1943 at Rumsey, CA 
				9121 W/o 2 Mar 1943 in Pacific Ocean off San Francisco, CA
				9122 W/o 25 May 1943 at Portland, OR 
				9123 W/o 9 Feb 1943 at Niagara Falls Airport, NY 
				9125 W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Chame, Panama
				9126 W/o 23 Nov 1943 at Chame, Panama
42-9127/9726		Bell P-39N-1 Airacobra
				9141,9145, 9148,9150,9152,9211,9255,9416,9615,9677,9697/9712,
					9714/9724,9726 to P-39N-2.
				9127/9140 to USSR
				9142/9144 to USSR
				9146 to USSR
				9147 to USSR
				9148 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 14 Jul 1943 at Kinder, LA
				9149 to USSR
				9150 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 29 Dec 1943 at Crossville, TN
				9155/9184 to USSR
				9186 W/o 27 May 1943 at Courbet, Algeria 
				9188 to Free French AF
				9193 to Free French AF
				9194 to Free French AF
				9199 to Italian AF
				9202 to French AF
				9207 to French AF.  Spun in and crashed Jun 22, 1943 during training
					flight near Ber Rechid, Morocco.  Pilot killed.
				9211 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Sep 1943 at Selman Field, LA
				9213 W/o 17 May 1943 at Orleansville. Algeria 
				9215 to USSR
				9216 (416th FG) lost May 20, 1944.  MACR 4972.
				9217/9246 to USSR
				9249/9254 to USSR
				9256/9287 to USSR
					9258 To USSR (ntu); w/o 15 Apr 1943 at Whitehorse, Canada 
				9288 W/o 2 Feb 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				9289/9336 to USSR
					9290 To USSR (ntu?); retained by USAAF (?); w/o 30 Mar 1943 at Rockford, IL 
					9291 To USSR (ntu?); retained by USAAF (?); w/o 26 Mar 1943 at Kasbeer, IL 
					9299 To USSR (ntu?); retained by USAAF (?); w/o 12 Mar 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
					9305 To USSR (ntu?); retained by USAAF (?); w/o 26 Mar 1943 at Kasbeer, IL 
					9311 To USSR (ntu?); retained by USAAF (?); w/o 31 Mar 1943 at Fort Nelson, Canada
					9325 To USSR (ntu?); retained by USAAF (?); w/o 28 Mar 1943 at Billings, MT 
				9338 W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Chame, Panama 
				9339 W/o 13 May 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
				9340 W/o 25 Jun 1943 at Tonopah, NV  
				9341 to French AF.  Failed to return Apr 11, 1944 from patrol off La Reghaia,
					Algeria.  Pilot lost at sea.
				9347 W/o 28 Dec 1943 at Concord AAF, CA 
				9348 W/o 24 Jul 1943 at Mills Field, CA 
				9349 W/o 21 Sep 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				9350 W/o 2 Apr 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				9351 W/o 8 Jul 1943 at Half Moon Bay, CA 
				9354 W/o 13 Aug 1943 at Vancouver, WA 
				9356 W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Santa Rosa, CA 
				9357 W/o 2 Jul 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				9359 W/o 15 Jun 1943 at Portland AAB, OR 
				9363 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Graton, CA 
				9366 to Free French AF
				9367 W/o 2 Feb 1944 at Ain Draham, Tunesia
				9368 to Free French AF.  Crashed during training flight Mar 28, 1944 near
					Courbet firing range, Algeria.  Pilot killed.
				9370 W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				9371/9376 to French AF
				9377 to Italian Co-Belligerent AF
				9380 W/o 22 May 1943 at Maison Blanche, Algeria 
				9381 W/o 10 Aug 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				9382/9384 to French AF
				9386/9387 to French AF
				9388 W/o 19 May 1943 at Maison Blanche, Algeria 
				9389 to French AF.  Crashed into hill near Caviagnac, Algeria
					Dec 1, 1943 in bad weather after encountering engine problems.
					Pilot killed.
				9390 to Free French AF
				9391 W/o 14 Apr 1944 at Thermal AAF, CA 
				9392 W/o 27 Nov 1943 at El Centro, CA 
				9393 to Free French AF
				9394 to Free French AF
				9395 to Free French AF
				9396 (13th FS, 53rd FG) in ground collision at Page Field, FL Mar 10, 1943. Pilot killed.
				9397 to Free French AF
				9398 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Salton Sea, CA 
				9401 W/o 13 Jun 1943 at Monastir Field 
				9402/9412 to Free French AF
				9413 W/o 14 May 1943 at Oroville, CA 
				9414 to Free French AF.  Pilot bailed out due to engine failure during
					patrol off Lapasset, Algeria Sep 27, 1943.  Pilot was rescued
					and saved by an Allied ship.
				9418 W/o 31 May 1943 at Bocagrande Beach, FL 
				9419 to Free French AF
				9420 to Free French AF
				9421 to French AF.  Suffered engine failure during patrol Sep 11, 1943
					between Lapasset and Mostaganem, Algeria and pilot was killed
					when belly tank exploded during forced landing.
				9422/9424 to Free French AF
					9422 To French AF; w/o 11 Mar 1944 at Capodichino, Italy 
				9426/9427 to Free French AF
				9429/9436 to Free French AF
					9429 To French AF; /o 6 May 1944 at El Aouina AAB, Tunesia 
					9436 To French AF; w/o 7 Nov 1943 at Mouvion, Morocco 
				9437/9641 to USSR
					9615 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 8 Aug 1943 at Shell Beach, CA
				9643/9666 to USSR
				9667 Conv to TP-39N; w/o 25 Jul 1944 at Casa Grande, AZ 
				9669 to Free French AF.  W/o 8 Aug 1943 at 2 Mi N Shell Beach, CA 
				9676 to Free French AF
				9678 (346th FS, 350th FG) lost Jun 13, 1943, Italy.  MACR 13
				9679 to Free French AF
				9682 to Free French AF
				9685 to Free French AF
				9688 W/o 19 May 1943 at Maison Blanche, Algeria 
				9692 (345th FS, 350th FG) crash landed off shore S of San Marinella, Italy due to engine failure 
					Nov 20, 1944.  Pilot OK
				9696 W/o 2 Feb 1944 at LaCroix, Algeria
				9699 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 18 Jun 1944 at Naples AAF, FL 
				9701 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				9702 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 27 Feb 1944 at Thermal AAF, CA 
				9704 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 21 Dec 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				9708 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 14 Jul 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				9710 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 5 Sep 1944 at Naples AAF, FL 
				9713 to Free French AF
				9716 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 11 Sep 1943 at Cairo, GA 
				9717 to French AF.  Used by Fighter School of Meknes, Morocco.  Lost
					Oct 10, 1944 when trainee pilot flew too low over the firing
					range of Ait-Raho and hit the target.  Pilot survived the subsequent
					forced landing but the fighter was destroyed.
				9719 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 27 Apr 1944 at Cayce, SC 
				9720 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 14 Jul 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				9722 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 27 Sep 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				9724 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 27 Sep 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
42-9727/9729		Curtiss P-40K Warhawk
				Contract cancelled
42-9730/9929		Curtiss P-40K-5-CU Warhawk
				MSN 21114/21313
				9730 condemned Elmendorf AAF, Ak Mar 16, 1944
				9731 condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK Sep 9, 1943
				9732 condemned war weary Jun 14, 1944 in China and to salvage Mar 10, 1945
				9733 (MSN 21117) shot down over Aleutians, wreck abandoned Amchitka Island, Aleutians.  Condemned salvage
					Adak, AK May 12, 1945.  Recovered in 1969
					and on civil registry as N4363.  To Alpine Fighter Collection in 1988,
					number ZK-FRE reserved but not used.  Restored as ZK-PXL.  Flew as RNZAF NC3108/18.  Crashed
					due to engine problem Oct 26, 1997, restored as NX4436J.  
					Now on civil registry with Vintage Warbirds Museum, Louisville, KY as N4436J
				9734 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 14, 1945
				9735 condemned salvage Adak, AK May 12, 1945
				9736 condemned Dec 2, 1943
				9737 W/o 26 Jun 1944 at Landhi Field, India; condemned inventory Dec 31, 1944
				9738 condemned crash Feb 17, 1943; W/o 11 Feb 1944 at Jorhat, India 
				9739 condemned Dec 9, 1943
				9740 condemned salvage Jul 19, 1945
				9741 condemned salvage Nov 25, 1944
				9742 condemned Jan 19, 1945
				9743 condemned Dec 22, 1943
				9744 condemned inventory Dec 31, 1944
				9745 condemned Sep 19, 1943
				9746 (51st FG, 25th FS) w/o in landing accident at
					Sookerating Field, India May 2, 1943.  Condemned Oct 9, 1943
				9747 W/o 17 May 1944 at Kunming, China; condemned inventory Dec 31, 1944
				9748 condemned salvage Jun 8, 1945
				9749 (MSN 21133) crashed near Port Heiden, AK.  Listed as being condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
					in USAAF records.  Hulk recovered in 1975.  To civil registry as N67253.  
					Now registered as N239FR and is at the Evergreen Air Museum
					collection at McMinnville, OR.  Listed as going to RAF as FR293
				9750 condemned Jun 30, 1943
				9751 condemned India-China Wing Sep 2, 1944;  W/o 2 Sep 1944 at Karachi, India
				9752 (74th FS, 23rd FG) MIA Aug 20, 1943, China.  MACR 460.
				9753 (51st FG) lost May 10, 1944.  MACR 4734
				9754 condemned salvage Jun 20, 1945
				9755 (23rd FG) lost Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 7590.
				9756 condemned Aug 22, 1943
				9757 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  Condemned salvage Adak, AK
					Oct 13, 1945
				9758 condemned Jan 11, 1944
				9759 condemned Adak, AK May 11, 1945
				9760 condemned Feb 16, 1944
				9761 W/o 1 Jul 1944 at Bryant, IN; surveyed Wright AAF Jul 3, 1944
				9762 condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
				9763 condemned Aug 22, 1943
				9764 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Kunming, China; condemned Apr 9, 1944
				9765 condemned landing accident Elmendorf AAF, AK Mar 30, 1945
				9766 (51st FG, 26th FS) w/o in takeoff accident at Mengtze,
					China Dec 13, 1943.  W/o 27 May 1944 at Kunming, China
				9767 (MSN 21151) salvaged Ft Richardson, AK Sep 11, 1943.  
				9768 (3rd FG) MIA Feb 1, 1945, China.  MACR 12289
				9769 W/o 17 Aug 1944 at Pitkin, LA; surveyed De Ridder AAF Aug 23, 1944
				9770 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL714.  No record of fate
				9771 (MSN 21155) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL715.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn, to 5 Sqn SAAF.  DBR when bellylanded W 
					of Ben Gardane Aug 16, 1943 after engine failed.
				9772 (MSN 21156) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL716.  SOC Sep 30, 1943
				9773 (MSN 21157) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL717.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn SOC Apr 10, 1943
				9774 (MSN 21158) to USSR
				9775 condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK Feb 30, 1944
				9776 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL719.  Wrecked when forcelanded in desert
					Mar 31, 1943 after being hit by friendly flak.
				9777 condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK Mar 13, 1943
				9778 (MSN 21162) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL720.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn.  No record of fate
				9779 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  Condemned salvage
					Adak, AK Oct 3, 1945
				9780 (MSN 21164) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL721.  Operated by RAAF 3 and 450 Sqns. Transfered to 260
					Sqn.  Crashed after pilot abandoned aircraft off Cape Bon, Tunisia May 8, 1943 following damage by Bf 109s
				9781 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Amchitka, AK 
				9782 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL722.  SOC Mar 4, 1946
				9783 was to have gone to USSR but retained by USAAF.  W/o 18 Mar 1944 at Amchitka, AK.  Condemned Elmendorf AAF
					AK Mar 26, 1944
				9784 (MSN 21168) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL723. Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn.  SOC May 31, 1944
				9785 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  Condemned salvage
					Elmendorf AAF, AK Feb 21, 1945
				9786 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL724.  SOC Apr 10, 1943
				9787 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  W/o 20 Apr 1943 at Amchitka, AK.  Condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK
					Apr 22, 1943
				9788 (MSN 21172) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL725.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9789 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  W/o 19 Apr 1943 at Adak, AK.  Condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK
					May 5, 1943
				9790 (MSN 21174) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL726.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				9791 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  Condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK
					Nov 7, 1943
				9792 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL727.  SOC Dec 31, 1943
				9793 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  Surveyed Sarasota AAF, FL
					May 19, 1943
				9794 (MSN 21178) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL728.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn.  SOC Mar 8, 1944.
				9795 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  Condemned Adak, AK Apr 21, 1945
				9796 (MSN 21180) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL729.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn. Destroyed Mar 26, 1943 when engine
					failed, aircraft stalled and bombload exploded on impact at El Hamma
					Mar 26, 1943
				9797 wrecked Sep 11, 1942 when caught fire in midair, civilian pilot bailed out
					and plane crashed through roof of Curtiss-Wright plant at Buffalo, NY
				9798 (MSN 21182) to USSR
				9799 was to have gone to USSR, but retained by USAAF.  Condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK
					Oct 18, 1944
				9800 (MSN 21184) to USSR
				9801 condemned salvage Adak, AK May 15, 1945
				9802/9804 (MSN 21186/21188) to USSR
				9805 W/o 6 May 1943 at Mecorius Bay, AK; condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK May 11, 1943
				9806/9826 (MSN 21190/21210) to USSR
				9827 W/o 18 Sep 1944 at Casco AB, AK; condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK Sep 30, 1944
				9828 condemned Mar 16, 1943 Elmendorf AAF, AK
				9829 condemned salvage Adak, AK May 15, 1945
				9830/9831 condemned salvage Adak, AK May 15, 1945
				9832 condemned salvage Adak, AK Oct 3, 1945
				9833 condemned Unmak, AK Mar 2, 1943
				9834 W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Attu, AK; condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK Jul 21, 1944
				9835 W/o 26 Jun 1943 at Amchitka, AK; condemned Elmendorf AAF, AK Jun 27, 1943
				9836 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Amchitka, AK; condemned salvage Adak, AK May 15, 1945
				9837 W/o 24 Mar 1945 at Shemya, AK; condemned salvage Elmendorf AAF, AK Apr 5, 1945
				9838 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR119.  DBR when forcelanded while lost and
					undercarriage collapsed, Ed Debba Islands Mar 19, 1943.
				9839/9851 (MSN 21223/21235) to USSR
				9852 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL718.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				9853 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FL730.  MIA from ground attack mission Feb 5, 1943,
					presumed shot down by Bf 109s.
				9854 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR116.  Wrecked when forcelanded 2 mi W of
					Zuara Sep 8, 1943 after engine failed.
				9855 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR117.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed
					on landing, Marble Arch Dec 20, 1942
				9856 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR118.  Wrecked when bellylanded at Zavia
					May 5, 1943 after engine failed.
				9857 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR120.  To French AF Mar 31, 1945
				9858 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR121.  Crashed when abandoned SE of Todi
					Apr 6, 1944 following flak damage.
				9859 W/o 30 Apr 1945 at Elmendorf AAF, AK; condemned salvage May 15, 1945.
				9860 lost Sep 2, 1944 Landhi, India.  MACR 8187
				9861 condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
				9862 condemned Dec 19, 1943
				9863 condemned Aug 27, 1943
				9864 condemnend inventory Jun 30,1943
				9865 W/o 13 Feb 1945 in Alaska; condemned salvage Feb 23, 1945, Elmendorf AAF, AK
				9866 condemned Aug 28, 1943
				9867 reclamation completed Newark AB Aug 3, 1945
				9868 condemned salvage Dec 1, 1944
				9869 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Foster AAF, TX; surveyed Oct 5, 1943 Foster AAF, TX
				9870 (51st FG) lost Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3690.
				9871 W/o 8 Dec 1943 at Bird Cape, AK; condemned Dec 8, 1943 Elmendorf AAF, AK
				9872 condemned Jan 12, 1944
				9873 condemned salvage Jul 18, 1945
				9874 condemned Jan 21, 1944
				9875 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL; surveyed Nov 19, 1943 Ft Myers AAF
				9876 wrecked Nov 30, 1942, Crescent City, FL due to fuel exhaustion
					and forced landing. Condemned Dec 28, 1942
				9877 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 9, 1945
				9878 wrecked Feb 28, 1943, Sarasota AAF in landing accident
					when overran plane landing ahead
				9879 wrecked Dec 24, 1942 4 mi E of Causeway, Tampa, FL during
					aerobatics.  Pilot killed.
				9880 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR122.  Dove into sea during dive bombing practice
					1 mi N of Marble Arch Dec 30, 1942.
				9881 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR123.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9882 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR124.  DBR when undershot landing and hit 
					obstruction, El Assa Feb 19, 1943.
				9883 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR125.  Missing near Gabes Feb 26, 1943.  Believed
					shot down by Bf 109s
				9886 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR126.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				9887 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR127.  DBR when bellylanded near Tmini Jan 2, 1943.
				9888 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR128.  Wrecked when collided with Kittyhawk
					FR791 (ex 43-5584) while landing Agnone Sep 3, 1943.
				9889 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR129.  Missing from mission to attack enemy motor
					transport Jan 18, 1943.
				9890 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR130.  Missing from fighter-bomber escort mission
					to El Hamma Feb 27, 1943.
				9891 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR131.  Missing NW of Foum Tatouine Mar 10, 1943,
					believed shot down by Bf 109s.
				9892 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR132.  SOC Feb 29, 1945.
				9893 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR133.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9894 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR134.  Lost Jan 5, 1943.
				9895 (MSN 21279) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR135.  Operated by RAAF 450 Sqn.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				9896 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR136.  DBR when struck while parked by Kittyhawk
					FL890 (ex 42-45778) at Bari Sep 27, 1943
				9897 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR137.  DBR when bellylanded at Mellaha
					Aug 18, 1943 after undercarriage jammed.
				9898 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR138.  SOC Feb 29, 1944.
				9899 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR139.  SOC May 31, 1944
				9900 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR140.  SOC Apr 28, 1945
				9901 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR385.  Wrecked when taxied into marker drum and
					undercarriage collapsed, LG.08 Mar 25, 1945
				9902 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR386.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				9903 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR387.  Missiong from armed reconnaissance mission
					to Vasto Dec 20, 1943
				9904 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR388.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				9905 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR389.  Wrecked when overshot takeoff in dust and
					hit trees, Grottaglie Sep 16, 1943
				9906 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR390.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				9907 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR391.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				9908 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR392.  SOC Jul 13, 1943
				9909 condemned salvatge Apr 17, 1944
				9910 (51st FG) lost Apr 7, 1944.  MACR 3515
				9911 condemned Aug 22, 1943
				9912 diverted to China Dec 28, 1945
				9913 W/o 18 May 1944 at Yunnanyi, China.
				9914 (74th FS, 23rd FG) MIA Jul 26, 1943, China.  MACR 461
				9915 condemned Aug 31, 1943
				9916 condemned salvage Army-Navy Liquidation Commission Oct 13, 1945
				9917 condemned Aug 22, 1943
				9918 condemned Jun 7, 1943
				9919 condemnend Apr 6, 1944
				9920 crashlanded near Landhi, India Dec 9, 1944.
					Condemned salvage Dec 16, 1944
				9921 (23rd FG, 75th FS)  w/o near Kunming, China Mar 24, 1943.
					Condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
				9922 diverted toChina Dec 28, 1945
				9923 condemned inventory Jun 30, 1943
				9924 W/o 30 Aug 1944 in China/Burma/India; condemned accident Aug 31, 1944
				9925 condemned May 3, 1944
				9926 condemned salvage Mar 10, 1945
				9927 W/o 28 Mar 1944 at Jodhpur, India; condemned wrecked Oct 18, 1943
				9928 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR412.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9929 (MSN 21313) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR413. Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn.  
					Wrecked when swung on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Ben Gargane Jul 16, 1943
42-9930/10264		Curtiss P-40K-10-CU Warhawk
				MSN 21314/21648
				9930 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR414.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9931 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR415.  Missing near Bir Dufan  Jan 14, 1943, 
					presumably shot down by enemy fighters
				9932 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR416.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9933 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR417.  Wrecked when crashlanded on beach near
					Catania Jul 27, 1943 following engine failure
				9934 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR418.  SOC May 31, 1944
				9935 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR419.  Lost Oct 15, 1943, but not SOC until Feb 29, 1944.
				9936 (MSN 21320) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR420.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				9937 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR421.  Wrecked when struck while parked by SM.83,
					Lecce Nov 6, 1943
				9938 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR422.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9939 crashed and burned Oct 28, 1942, Lutz, FL
				9940 wrecked Mar 7, 1943, Romulus AAF, elevator control disconnected,
					pilot killed.  W/o 17 Mar 1943 at Toledo, OH 
				9941 crashed on beach Siesta Key, FL Feb 17, 1943
				9942 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 3, 1945
				9943 wrecked Apr 9, 1943 5 mi S of Dale Mabry AAF, Tallahasse, FL,
					forced landing and burned
				9944 surveyed Jan 22, 1943 Dale Mabry AAF, FL.  W/o 2 Aug 1943 at Hampton Springs, FL 
				9945 condemned Tallahassee Jan 22, 1943
				9946 wrecked Apr 3, 1943 5 mik S of Ft. Myers, FL and 1/2 mile
					out to sea.  Flew into water.
				9947 surveyed Sarasota AAF Jan 18, 1944
				9948 W/o 2 Jan 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL; to CL-26 Apr 12, 1943, transferred to SMOB Training School
					New Orleans May 31, 1946
				9949 to CL-26 at Sarasota AAF Mar 25, 1943
				9950 crashed and burned Jan 4, 1943 1/4 mi SE of Drew AAF
				9951 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR423.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				9952 surveyed Sarasota AAF Mar 2, 1944
				9953 wrecked Nov 9, 1942 near Mullet Key Gunnery Range in Tampa
					Bay; Drew AAF to CL-26 Nov 18, 1942
				9954/9955 (MSN 21338/21339) to USSR
				9956 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR424.  DBR when crashlanded on
					runway at Azizia Jun 13, 1943 after engine failed on takeoff.
				9957 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR425.  DBR Jun 28, 1943.
				9958 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR426.  Transferred to SAAF as 5023 Mar 31, 1945.
					SOC Feb 18, 1948
				9959 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR427.  Transferred to SAAF as 5024 Mar 31, 1945.
					SOC Feb 18, 1948
				9960 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR428.  Transferred to SAAF as 5025 Mar 31, 1945.
					Crashed near Wonderboom Jun 15, 1944.  There appears to be a
					conflict of dates here, but Mar 31, 1945 may be the date of
					paperwork transaction.
				9961 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR429.  Missing from ground attack mission
					over Sicily Aug 4, 1943
				9962 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR430.  SOC Mar 31, 1945.
				9963/9966 (MSN 21347/21350) to USSR
				9967 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR431.  Transferred to SAAF as 5026 Mar 31, 1945.
					SOC Feb 18, 1948
				9968/9973 (MSN 21352/21357) to USSR
				9974 wrecked Jul 29, 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL when lost engine on
					takeoff and overshot runway.
				9975 wrecked Mar 1, 1943 at Sarasota AAF when caught fire on final
					approach, pilot landed and ground looped to escape burning plane.
				9976 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 9, 1945
				9977/9984 (MSN 21361/21368) to USSR
				9985 reclamation completed Nashville AAF Sep 16, 1945
				9986 to RFC Ontario Mar 10, 1945
				9987 modified as XP-40Q (Model 87).  Surveyed Oct 8, 1944
				9988/9995 (MSN 21372/21379) to USSR
				9996 surveyed Sarasota AAF
				9997 W/o 4 Feb 1944 at Pinellas AAF, FL; surveyed Hilsboror AAF Feb 12, 1944
				9998 W/o 19 May 1943 at Sarastoa AAF, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF, FL May 20, 1944
				9999/10052 (MSN 21383/21436) to USSR
				10053 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR432.  Later to SAAF as 5027.  SOC Mar 31, 1945
				10054 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR433.  SOC Mar 31, 1945
				10055 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR434.  SOC Mar 31, 1945
				10056 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR435.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10057 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR436.  SOC Mar 22, 1945
				10058 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR437.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10059 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR438.  Wrecked when crashlanded
					at Venafro Feb 22, 1944 after being hit by flak over Roccaseca
				10060 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR439.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10061 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR440.  DBR when bellylanded S of
					Fayid after engine failed during overshoot.
				10062 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR441.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10063 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR442.  SOC Feb 29, 1945
				10064 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR443.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10065 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR444.  DBR when bellylanded at
					Peretola Oct 6, 1943 after engine failure
				10066 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR445.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10067 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR446.  Wrecked when crashlanded
					at Fayid Dec 21, 1944 after engine caught fire during
					approach
				10068 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR447.  DBR when bellylanded near
					Sfax Apr 11, 1943 after engine failed.
				10069 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR448.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10070 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR449.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10071 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR450.  Wrecked when struck by
					Kittyhawk FR476 (ex 42-10333) while parked at Ben Gardane
					Apr 6, 1943.
				10072 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR451.  Bellylanded in desert
					May 12, 1943 after engine failed.
				10073 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR452.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10074 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR453.  Missing off Cape Bon 
					Apr 22, 1943, believed shot down by Bf 109s.
				10075 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR454.  DBR when struck marker barrels
					at Zuara Jun 2, 1943 after engine lost power during takeoff
				10076 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR455.  SOC Feb 22,1945
				10077 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR456.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10078 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR457.  Shot down by flak while
					attacking enemy motor transport Mar 26, 1943
				10079 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR458.  Ditched off San Tecla
					Aug 4, 1943 after being hit by flak over Francavilla
				10080 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR459.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10081/10088 (MSN 12465/21472) to USSR
					10083 forced landing due to battle damage near Murmansk Nov 10, 1944.  Recovered from crash site.
						Acquired by Jim Pearce of Sussex, UK Sep 26, 1996.  Shipped to Griffin, GA for restoration Feb 1997.
						Registered N402WH, current.  Preserved and on display at Fagen Fighters World War II Museum, Granite
						Fall, Minnesota
				10089/10091 (MSN 21473/21475) to Brazil
					10089 later as FAB 4026
					10090 later as FAB 4027
					10091 later as FAB 4028
				10092/10098 (MSN 21476/21482) to USSR
				10099/10101 (MSN 21483/21485) to Brazil
					10099 later as FAB 4029
					10100 later as FAB 4030
					10101 later as FAB 4031
				10102/10108 (MSN 21486/21492) to USSR
				10109/10111 (MSN 21493/21495) to Brazil
					10109 later as FAB 4032
					10110 later as FAB 4033
					10111 later as FAB 4034
				10112/10118 (MSN 21496/21502) to USSR
				10119 (MSN 21503) to Brazil, later as FAB 4035
				10120 surveyed Rice AAF, CA Mar 30, 1944
				10121 surveyed Key AAF Mar 19, 1944
				10122/10128 (MSN 21506/21512) to USSR
				10129 wrecked in landing accident at Orlando AAB Jan 9, 1943
				10130 surveyed Sep 14, 1943 Salinas AAB
				10131/10152 (MSN 21515/21536) to USSR
					10150 diverted from USSR to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  To TP-40K Aug 2, 1944, to RFC Ontario Mar 10, 1945
				10153 (MSN 21537) to New Zealand as NZ3045.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at 
					Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  Struck by NZ3046 while landing after training flight at Ohakea 
					on 24 June 1944.   Struck off at Ohakea on 2 August 1944 as reduced to spares
				10154 (MSN 21538) to New Zealand as NZ3046.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at 
					Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				10155 (MSN 21539) to New Zealand as NZ3047.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at 
					Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.   Mid-air collision with NZ3104 north of 
					Foxton on 6 September 1944.
				10156 (MSN 21540) to New Zealand as NZ3048.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at 
					Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  To No.14 Squadron departing Whenuapai 26 March 1943 as part of 
					the first ferry flight from New Zealand.  To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia 
					on 2 March 1948.
				10157 (MSN 21541) to New Zealand as NZ3049.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at 
					Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  To No.14 Squadron departing Whenuapai 26 March 1943 as part 
					of the first ferry flight from New Zealand. Crashed during ferry 
					flight to Guadalcanal on 30 March 1943 but later salvaged and returned to service. 
					The aircraft was one of four that force landed on a beach near Noumea after being caught in a 
					thunderstorm and running short of fuel.   Shot down by enemy aircraft near 
					Munda Point on 1 July 1943. The aircraft dived into the sea from 5000 feet. 
				10158/10161 (MSN 21542/21545) to USSR
				10162 (MSN 21546) to New Zealand as NZ3050.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at 
					Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  To No.15 Squadron departing Whenuapai 26 March 1943 as part 
					of the first ferry flight from New Zealand. Crashed at Kukum on 1 May 1943. The aircraft 
					suffered an engine failure and fire just after takeoff and crashed into the sea
				10163 (MSN 21547) to New Zealand as NZ3051.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and 
					BoC at Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  To No.14 Squadron. Lost during ferry flight to Guadalcanal 
					on 26 March 1943 and struck off at Guadalcanal. The aircraft was ditched 
					near Noumea after being caught in a thunderstorm and running short of fuel. The other four 
					aircraft in the formation had landed on a nearby beach.
				10164 (MSN 21548) to New Zealand as NZ3052.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC 
					at Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944. Crashed during ferry 
					flight to Guadalcanal on 30 March 1943 but later salvaged and returned 
					to service. The aircraft was one of four that force landed on a beach near Noumea after being caught in a thunderstorm and running 
					short of fuel. Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 02 March 1948.
				10165 (MSN 21549) to New Zealand as NZ3053.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 30 January 1943. 
					Coded "27". To No.14 Squadron. Crashed during ferry flight to Guadalcanal on 30 March 1943 but later salvaged and returned to service. 
					The aircraft was one of four that force landed on a beach near Noumea after being caught in a thunderstorm and running short of fuel. 
					Collided with NZ3078 after landing at Sunlight Field on 30 June 1943. NZ3078 landed ahead of NZ3053 after a tight turn onto final approach 
					and was hit by NZ3053 after it had landed.
				10166 (21550) to New Zealand as NZ3054.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.
					To No.14 Squadron.  Lost during ferry flight to Guadalcanal on 30 March 1943, and written off. The aircraft 
					was one of four that force landed on a beach near Noumea after being caught in a thunderstorm and 
					running short of fuel. 
				10167/10171 (MSN 21551/21555) to USSR
				10172 to RAAF as A29-164 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing range Nov 1947.
				10173 to RAAF as A29-165 Jan 1943.  Collided with A29-148 at Benetook May 1945
				10174 to RAAF as A29-166 Jan 1943.  Crashed near Kiriwina Jan 1944.
				10175 to RAAF as A29-182 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing range Jun 1948.
				10176 to RAAF as A29-167 Jan 1943.  Collided with A29-186 near Mildura, Vic Feb 1945.
				10177 to RAAF as A29-168 Jan 1943.  Forcelanded near Yelta Jul 1945. Converted to components.
				10178 to RAAF as A29-183 Jan 1943.  Forcelanded near Vivigani,
					Goodenough Island, Papua New Guinea Feb 1944.  Abandoned in place. Recovered ans stored NSW C1990.
					To restoration project with Graham Orphan, Blenheim, NZ 200-2002.
				10179 wrecked Aug 5, 1943 1/2 mi S of Lido Beach, FL when spun
					into water.  Pilot killed
				10180 W/o 22 Jun 1943 at Oneco, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF Jun 24, 1943
				10181 converted to two-seat TP-40K for use by mechanics to learn how to taxi, with nosewheel to prevent noseovers.  
					Plane was unflyable.  Reclamation completed Buffalo AF, NY Jun 29, 1945. Scrapped Aug 5, 1945
				10182 W/o 19 May 1943 at Sarastoa AAF, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF May 21, 1943
				10183 to RAAF as A29-169 Jan 1943.  Shot down near Gurney airstrip Milne Bay, NG Apr 1943.
				10184 to RAAF as A29-170 Jan 1943.  Crashed near Laverton, VIC
					Mar 1943.
				10185 to RAAF as A29-171 Jan 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949.
				10186 to RAAF as A29-172 Jan 1943.  Force landed Wedan Strip
					May 1943.  Converted to components.
				10187 W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Sarasota AAB, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF May 17, 1944
				10188 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at Sarasota AAB, FL; surveyed Drew AAF Nov 20, 1943
				10189 surveyed Sarasota AAF Aug 28, 1943
				10190 to RFC Ontario Mar 10, 1945
				10191 W/o 24 Apr 1944 at Pinellas AAF, FL (440th FS) surveyed Pinellas AB, FL Apr 25, 1944
				10192 reclamation completed Sarasota AAF Aug 21, 1944
				10193 to RAAF as A29-184 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Feb 1948
				10194 to RAAF as A29-185 Jan 1943.  Crashed into sea near
					Goodenough Island Nov 1943.
				10195 to RAAF as A29-186 Jan 1943.  Collided with A29-167 near
					Mildura, VIC Feb 1945.
				10196 to RAAF as A29-187 Jan 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949.
				10197 to RAAF as A29-188 Jan 1943.  Force landed in China Straits
					Mar 1943.
				10198 crashed near Bee Ridge, FL Feb 4, 1943.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				10199 to RFC Ontario Apr 20, 1945
				10200 to RFC Ontario Apr 20, 1945
				10201 wrecked at Pinellas AB, FL Dec 5, 1943 in dead stick wheels-up landing
				10202 W/o 4 Sep 1943 at Passage Key, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF Sep 7, 1942
				10203 to RAAF as A29-189 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Jul 1947.
				10204 to RAAF as A29-190 Jan 1943.  Crashed at Wentworth bombing
					range Jul 1947
				10205 to RAAF as A29-173.  Collided with A29-181 Apr 13, 1945 over Mildura,
					VIC, Australia
				10206 to RAAF as A29-191 Jan 1943.  Missing between Port Moresby
					and Goodenough Island Dec 1943.
				10207 W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL surveyed Sarasota AAF, FL Sep 1, 1943
				10208 (338 FG) crashed near Wakilla, FL Apr 22, 1943 when
					hit trees on side of river and crashed on the other side
					of the river.  Pilot killed
				10209 W/o 26 Aug 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL; surveyed Sarasota AF, FL Aug 28, 1943
				10210 W/o 15 Jan 1943 at Sarasota, FL; to CL-26 Sarasota AAF, FL Jun 6, 1943
				10211 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 9, 1945
				10212 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 3, 1945
				10213 to RAAF as A29-174 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Oct 1948.
				10214 to RAAF as A29-192 Jan 1943.  Engine failed on takeoff Mar 18, 1943 and crashed at
					end of Gurney Strip, Milne Bay.  Reduced to spares.
				10215 to RAAF as A29-175 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Feb 1948.
				10216 to RAAF as A29-193 Jan 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949
				10217 to RAAF as A29-176 Jan 1943.  Crashed at Wentworth bombing
					range Oct 1944
				10218 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 3, 1945
				10219 converted to XP-40K and used to test installation of several
					Allison engines as well as Packard V-1650.  W/o 10 Jun 1944 at Indianapolis, IN.  The record card
					indicates that it went to Indianapolis-Allison Corp as CL-26
					Jun 12, 1944, which may refer to the same episode, but CL-26 usually indicates
					a non-flying aircraft used for ground training.  Maybe this
					was its ultimate fate after the tests were complete.
				10220 reclamation completed Newark AAB Aug 3,1 945
				10221 surveyed Robins AAF Nov 1, 1943
				10222 to RAAF as A29-194 Jan 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949
				10223 to RAAF as A29-195 Jan 1943.  Crashed near Mildura, VIC Nov 1944
				10224 to RAAF as A29-177 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Aug 1947.
				10225 to RAAF as A29-178 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Oct 1948
				10226 to RAAF as A29-179 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Oct 1948.
				10227 to RAAF as A29-180 Jan 1943.  Destroyed at Werribee bombing
					range Jun 1948.
				10228 W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF Sep 1, 1943
				10229 (98th FS) undershot landing at Sarasota AAF, FL and written off Jun 2, 1943.
				10230 W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL; surveyed Pinellas AB, FL Sep 2, 1943
				10231 crashed near Sarasota AAF, FL Jun 25, 1943 after midair fire.  Pilot bailed out OK.  
					W/o 25 Aug 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL 
				10232 to RAAF as A29-181 Jan 1943.  Collided with A29-173 Apr 13, 1943 over Mildura,
					VIC, Australia.
				10233 to RAAF as A29-196 Jan 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949.
				10234 to RAAF as A29-197 Jan 1943.  Crashed in sea near Vivigani,
					Goodenough Island Jan 1944.
				10235 to RAAF as A29-198 Jan 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949.
				10236 (MSN 21620) to USSR
				10238 reclamation completed Sarasota AAF Oct 19, 1945
				10239 W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF, FL Sep 26, 1943
				10240 crashed nea Sarasota AAF, FL Jan 20, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				10241 reclamation completed Ft. Logan Jul 21, 1945
				10242/10247 (MSN 21626/21631) to USSR
				10248 wrecked in hard landing Sarasota AF Dec 20, 1942.
					Surveyed Dec 27, 1942
				10249 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 9, 1945
				10250 wrecked Drew AAF Dec 15, 1942
				10251 crashed near Drew Field, FL Dec 13, 1942 in late pullout from dive.  Pilot killed.
				10252/10256 (MSN 21636/21640) to USSR
					10256 (MSN 21640) to USSR. Shot down in combat with four Bf 109s.  Made gears-up forced 
						landing near Murmansk Sep 29, 1943.  Recovered from crash site in Russia c1993, underwent
						reastoration project 1993-2004.  First flight Granite Falls, MN May 30, 2006.  Registration
						N401WH reserved Mar 17, 2006, taken up Apr 13, 2006,  Debuted at EAA Airventure
						2006 at Oshkosh, WI.  Now in Aleutian Tiger Markings with Dakota Territory Air Museum, Minot, ND.
						In 2016 was with Texas Flying Legends Museum
				10257 reclamation completed Luke AAF Oct 22, 1945
				10258 to RFC Bush Field Feb 16, 1945
				10259 reclamation completed Robins AAF Aug 3, 1945
				10260 W/o 16 Jan 1943 at Sarasota AAB, FL; condemned Sarasota AAF, FL Jan 27, 1942
				10261 to RFC Ontario Feb 10, 1945
				10262 (MSN 21646) to USSR
				10263 (MSN 21647) to USSR
				10264 (MSN 21648) to USSR
42-10265/10429		Curtiss P-40K-15-CU Warhawk
				MSN 21649/21813
				10265 to RFC Ontario Mar 10, 1945
				10266 to RFC Ontario Mar 20, 1945.  In 1995 was reported to be under restoration as N40K.  Later stored.
					Destroyed by fire in workshop, South Louisville, KY Aug 9, 2001.
				10267 (MSN 21651) to USSR
				10268 W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL; repaired (?); crashed Feb 17, 1943 near Sarasota AAF, FL.  Pilot killed.
					w/o 29 Jun 1945 at Sarasota AAF, FL
				10269 reclamation completed Sarasota AAF Jun 29, 1945
				10270 (440th FS) surveyed Pinellas AAB Mar 3, 1944
				10271 crashed near Eglin Field, FL Nov 29, 1942, killing Lt. Col Boyd "Buzz" Wagner,
					first USAAF ace of WW2.
				10272 (MSN 21656) to USSR.  Shot down Aug 9, 1943 over Sarkisalo, Finland.
				10273 (MSN 21657) to USSR
				10274 (MSN 21658) to USSR
				10275 (MSN 21659) to USSR
				10276 W/o 16 Jun 1944 at Bradenton, FL; surveyed Sarasota AAF, FL Jun 17, 1944
				10277 wrecked Oct 22, 1943 after midair with 42-10355, Osprey FL.  Pilot killed.  
				10278 reclamation completed Luke AAF Oct 22, 1945
				10279 W/o 22 Jul 1943 at Hillsborough AAF, FL; surveyed Bartow AAF, FL Jul 29, 1943
				10280 to DPC Bush Field Apr 16, 1945
				10281 (MSN 21665) to USSR
				10282 (MSN 21666) to USSR
				10283 (MSN 21667) to USSR
				10284 (MSN 21668) to USSR
				10285 (MSN 21669) to USSR
				10286 W/o 17 Apr 1944 at Pinellas AAF, FL; surveyed (304th FS) at Pinellas AAB, FL Apr 18, 1944
				10287 to RFC Ontario, CA Mar 10, 1945
				10288 wrecked Feb 16, 1943, Sarasota, FL.  Converted to spares.
				10289 W/o 14 May 1943 at Sopchoppy, FL; surveyed Tallahassee AAF, FL May 16, 1943
				10290 surveyed Sarasota Aug 4, 1944
				10291/10316 (MSN 21675/21700) to USSR
				10317 (MSN 21701) to New Zealand as NZ3055.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 28 January 1943.
					To No.15 Squadron. Crash  landed at Russell Island on 5 July 1943 after being damaged by enemy action.
				10318 (MSN 21702) to New Zealand as NZ3056.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 28 January 1943. 
					Coded "7".   To No.14 Squadron.  Crash landed on beach at Guadalcanal at 1345 hours on 16 June 1943 after engine failure. Repaired and 
					returned to service.  To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944. Crashed half a mile from the end of the runway at Ohakea during a test 
					flight on 19 May 1945.
				10319 (MSN 21703) to New Zealand as NZ3057.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 28 January 1943.
					Struck off on 31 January 1944.
				10320 (MSN 21704) to New Zealand as NZ3090.  Was to have been shipped with the aircraft that became NZ3045/3065,
					 but had to be sent with a later shipment.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
					26 April 1943.  To No.2 OTU, Ohakea. Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948
				10321 (MSN 21705) to New Zealand as NZ3058.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 28 January 1943.
					To No.4 OTU, Ohakea. Undercarriage collapsed after heavy landing at Ardmore on 22 May 1944.	
					Struck off at No.1 RD, Hamilton on 23 June 1944 as scrapped.
				10322 (MSN 21706) to New Zealand as NZ3059.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
					28 January 1943. Coded "23". Crashed at Ardmore on 11 March 1944. The aircraft suffered an engine failure on takeoff and ran through a 
					fence after overshoting the end of the runway. Struck off at Ardmore on 12 May 1944 as scrapped while with No.26 SU. Converted 
					to instructional airframe INST97 with TTS, Nelson.
				10323 (MSN 21707) to New Zealand as NZ3060.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
					30 January 1943. Coded "9". To No.14 Squadron. Belly landed at Kukum following test flight on 19 July 1943. Later repaired and 
					returned to service. To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944. Coded "9". Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948.
				10324 (MSN 21708) to New Zealand as NZ3061.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
					30 January 1943.  Coded "61".   To No.2 OTU, Ohakea.  Sold to J. Larsen from Rukuhia on 2 March 1948
				10325 (MSN 21709) to New Zealand as NZ3062.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.
					To No.2 OTU, Ohakea. Crashed near Ohakea on 8 January 1945. The aircraft dived into the ground and exploded shortly after takeoff.
				10326 (MSN 21710) to New Zealand as NZ3063.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.
					Struck off at Espiritu Santos on 31 January 1944 while with No.4 RD
				10327 (MSN 21711) to New Zealand as NZ3064.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 30 January 1943.
					To No.4 OTU, Ohakea by September 1944. Force landed eleven miles west of Ohakea during training flight on 8 December 1944. 
					Struck off at Ohakea on 16 January 1945.
				10328 (c/bn 21712) to New Zealand as NZ3065.  Assembled by No.1 Aircraft Depot, Hobsonville and BoC at Hobsonville on 
					30 January 1943. Coded "29". To No.18 Squadron. Belly landed at Russell Islands after being badly damaged by enemy aircraft on 
					4 July 1943. The aircraft was later repaired and returned to service. Struck off at Espiritu Santo on 1 November 1943. 
				10329 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR472.  SOC May 31, 1944
				10330 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR473.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10331 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR474.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10332 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR475.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10333 (MSN 21717) to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR476.  Operated by RAAF with 450 Sqn, to 3 Sqn RAAF.  Struck Kittyhawk FR450
					(parked) at Ben Gardane, Tunisia Apr 6, 1943.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10334 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR477.  Crashed after being
					abandoned off Hammamet Apr 23, 1943 when engine lost power.
				10335 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR478.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10336 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR479.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10337 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR480.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10338 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR481.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10339 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR482.  Crashed near Salerno Sep 10, 1943 after
					pilot bailed out after engine failed.
				10340 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR483.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10341 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR484.  SOC May 31, 1944
				10342 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR485.  Hit barrel while taxying at Berka Jun 28, 1943,
					presumably SOC.
				10343 reclamation completed Patterson AAF May 12, 1945
				10344 wrecked Jun 11, 1943 during aerobatics, Hillsborough, Tampa, FL.  Pilot killed.
				10345 to RFC Ontario Mar 10, 1945
				10346 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR486.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				10347 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR487.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				10348 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR488.  Wrecked when hit by Kittyhawk FR310
					(ex 42-45900) on runway at Zuara Jul 4, 1943
				10349 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR489.  Crashed after pilot bailed out near Catania Aug 4, 1943
				10350 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR490.  Ditched south of Malta Jul 18, 1943 after
					engine failure.
				10351 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR491.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10352 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR492.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10353 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR493.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10354 to RFC Bush Field Feb 16, 1945
				10355 wrecked Oct 22, 1943 after midair with 42-10277, Osprey, FL.  Pilot killed.
				10356 wrecked Aug 11, 1942 Dale Mabry AAB, FL due to prop failure, wheels-up
					landing, swerved off runway and DBR
				10357 (338th FG) ground-looped Malbry Field, FL Mar 11, 1943.  Surveyed
					May 23, 1944
				10358 (440th FS) surveyed Pinellas AAB Jun 4, 1944
				10359 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR494.  SOC Feb 22, 1945.
				10360 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR495.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10361 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR496.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10362 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR497.  SOC Aug 8, 1944
				10363 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR498.  DBR Jan 12, 1944
				10364 wrecked Oct 23, 1942, Sarasota Bay, FL 5 mi SW of Bradenton, FL.  Pilot killed.
				10365 W/o 24 Jun 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL; surveyed Sarasota AB Jun 26, 1943
				10366 wrecked Apr 7, 1943 Newport, Fl and w/o
				10367 W/o 29 May 1943 at Hillsborough Field, FL; surveyed Hillsboro AAF, FL May 30, 1943
				10368 wrecked Mar 29, 1943 Bendhaven, FL and w/o.
				10369 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR499.  No record of fate
				10370 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR500.  SOC Mar 22, 1945
				10371 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR501.  SOC May 31, 1944.
				10372 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR502.  Wrecked when forcelanded near Rome
					Mar 8, 1944 following engine failure.
				10373 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR503.  No record of fate
				10374 to RFC McKellar Field May 8, 1945
				10375 wrecked in landing accident at Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL when crashed into
					P-40K 42-10356.  W/o 20 Apr 1943 at Dale Mabry Field, FL 
				10376 crashed at Alligator Pt Gunnery Range, FL Apr 11, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				10377 reclamation completed Robbins AAF Aug 9, 1945
				10378 to RFC Ontario May 10, 1945
				10379 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR504.  SOC May 31, 1944
				10380 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR505.  Wrecked when undershot landing and 
					undercarriage collapsed, Sorman West Oct 7, 1943
				10381 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR506. SOC Apr 24, 1945
				10382 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR507.  SOC Feb 22,1945
				10383 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR508.  Destroyed by fire after crashing at
					Hazbub Apr 19, 1943 after stalling on approach.
				10384 crashed near Panacea, FL Jan 31, 1943.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				10385 to RFC Ontario Mar 10, 1945
				10386 to RFC Ontario Mar 10, 1945
				10387 to Britain
				10388 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR509.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10389 (MSN 21773) to Brazil, later as FAB 4036
				10390 (MSN 21774) to Brazil, later as FAB 4037
				10391 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR510.  Crashed into sea off Syracuse, Sicily
					Jul 12, 1943 after colliding with Kittyhawk FR514 (ex 42-10395)
				10392 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR511.  Missing from ground attack mission
					over Sicily Aug 3, 1943
				10393 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR512.  SOC Feb 29, 1944
				10394 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR513.  Lost at sea enroute to Middle East
				10395 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR514.  Crashed into sea off Syracuse, Sicily
					Jul 12, 1943 after colliding with Kittyhawk FR510 (ex 42-10391)
				10396 (MSN 21780) to Brazil, later as FAB 4038
				10397
				10398 (MSN 21782) to Brazil, later as FAB 4039
				10399 (MSN 21783) to Brazil, later as FAB 4040.  Condemned Jun 29, 1943
				10400 (MSN 21784) was to have gone to Brazil, but forcelanded at
					Paramaribo, Surinam during ferry flight.  Condemned Feb 8, 1943
				10401 (MSN 21785) to Brazil, later as FAB 4041.
				10402 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR515.  No record of fate
				10403 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR516.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10404 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR517.  Wrecked when struck by Kittyhawk FR338
					(ex 42-46131) while taxying at El Ejem Apr 18, 1943
				10405 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR518.  SOC Feb 22, 1945.
				10406 (MSN 21790) to Brazil, later as FAB 4042.  Condemned Jun 20, 1943
				10407 (MSN 21791) to Brazil, later as FAB 4043
				10408 (MSN 21792) to Brazil. later as FAB 4044
				10409 (MSN 21793) was to have gone to Brazil, but forcelanded at Cayenne,
					French Guiana during ferry flight.  Condemned Feb 8, 1943
				10410 (MSN 21794) to Brazil, later as FAB 4045
				10411 (MSN 21795) to Brazil
				10412 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR519.  Bellylanded at Sorman West Sep 22, 1943,
					presumably SOC.
				10413 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR520.  Wrecked when undercarriage
					retracted in error whilst taxying at Alem Main May 5, 1943.
				10414 to RAF as Kittyhawk III FR521.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				10415 to RAAF as A29-200 Feb 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949.
				10416 (MSN 21800) to Brazil
				10417 (MSN 21801) to Brazil
				10418 (MSN 21802) to Brazil
				10419 (MSN 21803) to Brazil
				10420 (MSN 21804) to Brazil
				10421 (MSN 21805) to Brazil
				10422 to RAAF as A29-201 Feb 1943.  Lost on operations near
					Vivigani Aug 1943.
				10423 to RAAF as A29-202 Mar 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949.
				10424 crashed with 79th FG, 99th FS near Modena, Italy Jan 3, 1944. Conflict with next item.  
				10424 to RAAF but lost when delivery ship was sunk by U-boat on Caribbean Jan 29, 1943
				10425 to RAAF but lost when delivery ship was sunk by U-boat in Caribbean Jan 29, 1943
				10426 to RAAF as A29-203 Mar 1943.  Authorized for w/o Nov 1946,
					SOC Jul 1949.
				10427 to RAAF as A29-199 Feb 1943.  Forcelanded at Mildura
					Feb 1945, reduced to components.
				10428 was to go to RAAF but lost when delivery ship was sunk by UBoat in
					Caribbean Jan 29, 1943
				10429 was to go to RAAF but lost when delivery ship was sunk by UBoat in
					Caribbean Jan 29, 1943
42-10430/10479		Curtiss P-40L-1-CU Warhawk
				Model 87-B3.  MSN 15526/15575
				10430 (33rd FG, 60th FS) shot down in error by a Spitfire near
					Licata, Sicily Jul 13, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 928.  
				10431 surveyed USA Mar 11, 1944
				10432 condemned flak May 21, 1943
				10433 (MSN 15529) to New Zealand as NZ3074, but returned to USA.   It had been delivered to New Zealand by mistake.
					W/o 29 Jan 1944 at Luke AAF, AZ; Surveyed at Rome AAF, NY Feb 2, 1944
				10434 (325th FG, 318th FS) during strafing collided in midair with another P-40 and crashed 3 km S of 
					Pula, Sardinia, Italy Jul 3, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 432.  
				10435 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10436 W/o 14 Jul 1944 at Lake Bolseno, Italy; condemned crash Jul 15, 1944
				10437 condemned crash landing Aug 18, 1943
				10438 condemned crash landing Jan 21, 1944
				10439 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10440 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY Jul 23, 1945
				10441 condemned salvage May 15, 1943
				10442 condemned enemy aircraft May 21, 1943
				10443 condemned French Morocco Feb 20, 1943
				10444 condemned crashed May 27, 1944
				10445 condemned French Morocco Feb 20, 1943
				10446 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10447 W/o 9 May 1944 at Cercola, Italy; condemned mechanical failure May 13, 1944
				10448 condemned crashed Sep 18, 1943
				10449 to excess inventory list Mar 13, 1945
				10450 condmned salvage non combat Mar 30, 1945
				10451 condemned crash landing Oct 9, 1943
				10452 (522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF) shot down by machine gun fire from trucks he was strafing SW of
					Viterbo, Italy Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5448.  Pilot killed.
				10453 (57th FG, 64th FS) shot down 6 km N of Slano,
					Yugoslavia Nov 28, 1943.  MACR 1409. Pilot POW.
				10454 surveyed USA May 12, 1944
				10455 W/o 19 Dec 1943 at San Pancrazio, Italy; condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10456 condemned flak Apr 15, 1944
				10457 (79th FG, 85th FS) shot down by ground fire Italy Dec 2, 1943.
					MACR 1411.  Pilot KIA
				10458 W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Wadi Halfa, Sudan; condemned May 4, 1943
				10459 condemned taxi accident at Castello, Italy Sep 19, 1943
				10460 (324th FG, 315th FS) damaged by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/II. and crashed into sea between 
					Sicily and Tunisia Jul 8, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 62.  
				10461 condemned salvage non combat May 7, 1945
				10462 condemned crashed Dec 31, 1943
				10463 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10464 condemned Feb 20, 1943
				10465 returned to USA Mar 4, 1944
				10466 condemned Feb 20, 1943
`				10467 condemned Feb 20, 1943
				10468 condemned salvage Jun 26, 1944
				10469 condemned Feb 20, 1943
				10470 condemned Feb 20, 1943
				10471 condemned Feb 20, 1943
				10472 condemned combat Jun 30, 1943
				10473 surveyed Rome AAF, NY Aug 31, 1944
				10474 condemned enemy action Jun 17, 1944
				10475 (325th FG, 318th FS) presumed collided in midair with P-40L 42-10887 during evasive
					actions near Oristano, Sardinia, Italy July 22, 1943.  MACR 446.  Pilot KIA
				10476 condemned crashed May 28, 1943
				10477 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10478 (MSN 15574) diverted to French Apr 5, 1943
				10479 (325th FG, 318th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 51/II. S of Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 454. 
42-10480/10699		Curtiss P-40L-5-CU Warhawk
				Model 87-B3
				10513, 10616, 10642, 10648, 10669, 10676 converted to P-40R-2
				10480 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10481 condemned enemy action Jun 17, 1944
				10482 diverted to Free French AF in North Africa
				10483 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10484 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10485 condemned crash landing Jun 28, 1943
				10486 diverted to Free French AF in North Africa Apr 5, 1943
				10487 diverted to Free French AF in North Africa Apr 5, 1943
				10488 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10489 diverted to Free French AF in North Africa Apr 5, 1943.  DBR in landing accident 
					Oct 16, 1944 at Meknes, Morocco.  Pilot uninjured.
				10490 diverted to Free French AF in North Africa Apr 5, 1943
				10491 condemned salvage May 13, 1944
				10492 to excess inventory lis Nov 30, 1945
				10493 condemned salvage Apr 6, 1945
				10494 was to go to RAAF but lost when delivery ship was sunk by UBoat in
					Caribbean Jan 29, 1943.  Condemned MIA Jan 7, 1943
				10495 (324th FG) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4710
				10496 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1945
				10497 surveyed Jackson AAB Mar 22, 1944
				10498 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10499 condemned mechanical failure May 27, 1944
				10500 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10501 condemned salvage non combat Apr 13, 1945
				10502 diverted to Free French AF in North Africa Apr 5, 1943
				10503 diverted to Free French AF in North AfricaJun 15, 1944
				10504 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10505 diverted to French Jan 22, 1944
				10506 surveyed Rome AAF, NY Aug 31, 1944
				10507 diverted to Free French AF in North Africa Apr 4, 1943.  W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Bone Les Salines, Algeria
				10508 to excess inventory list Mar 4, 1943
				10509 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Matagorda Island, TX; surveyed Foster AAF (358th FG) Jun 21, 1943
				10510 to excess inventory list Mar 4, 1943
				10511 condemned salvage Feb 5, 1944
				10512 85th FS, 7oth FG, 12th AF. Condemned MIA Sep 11, 1943
				10513 reclamation completed Spence AAF Jun 15, 1945
				10514 condemned MIA Sep 23, 1943
				10515 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10516 to RFC Ontario CA Feb 9, 1945
				10517 condemned MIA Jul 11, 1943
				10518 (523rd FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) ditched from unknown cause in Tyrrhenian Sea Apr 16, 1944.
					Pilot killed, aircraft condemned ditched Apr 16, 1944
				10519 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS400.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10520 surveyed Rome AAF, NY Aug 31, 1944
				10521 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10522 condemned salvage non combat Apr 12, 1945
				10523 condemned MIA Italy Feb 29, 1944
				10524 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10525 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10526 (59th FS) condemned MIA Sep 14, 1943
				10527 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10528 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10529 condemned crash Aug 16, 1943
				10530 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10531 W/o 27 May 1944 at Matagorda AAF, TX; surveyed USA Jun 1, 1944
				10533 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10534 condemned salvage non combat Apr 7, 1945
				10535 surveyed Rome AAF, NY Aug 31, 1944
				10536 condemned salvage non combat Apr 12, 1945
				10537 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10538 surveyed Rome AAF Sep 1, 1944
				10539 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS401.  Spun into ground while on 
					approach, Fort Lamy Apr 9, 1943.
				10540 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS402.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10541 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS403.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10542 to RFC Arledge AAF, Standiford, TX Jan 27, 1945
				10543 condemned salvage Aug 10, 1944
				10544 diverted to French Mar 26, 1944
				10545 W/o 30 Apr 1944 at Mazara, Italy; to excess inventory list Aug 1, 1944
				10546 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10547 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS404.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10548 reclamation completed Rome AAF Jul 23, 1945
				10549 returned to USA Apr 12, 1944.  To CL-26 Apr 15, 1944.
				10550 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS405.  Missing from attack on enemy
					motor transport, Sicily Jul 13, 1943
				10551 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS406.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10552 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS407.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10553 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS408.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10554 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				10555 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10556 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS409.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10557 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS410.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10558 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS411.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
					MACR 525 wrongly list 42-10558 as being lost Jul 28, 1943 (this was actually 42-10958)
				10559 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS412.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10560 W/o 21 Jan 1944 at Sparanise, Italy; condemned salvage non combat Apr 9, 1945
				10561 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10562 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS413.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10563 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS414.  Wreched when overturned on landing
					at Mileni Dec 5,1943
				10564 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS415.  Wrecked when bellylanded at Kano
					Mar 31, 1943 following engine failure
				10565 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10566 (33rd FG) lost Jan 26, 1944, Italy.  MACR 2076
				10567 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS416.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10568 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS417.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10569 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS418.  Wrecked when crashlanded 3 mi
					NW of Maidaguri Mar 31, 1943 after oil line broke.
				10570 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS419.  Wrecked when overshot landing
					and overturned, Gioia Oct 24, 1943
				10571 condemned salvage Nov 9, 1944
				10572 condemned salvage Apr 3, 1944
				10573 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS420.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10574 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS421.  Shot down by flak near Forli Mar 27, 1943
				10575 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS422.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10576 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS423.  Crashed near Riposti Aug 8, 1943
					after being hit by flak
				10577 surveyed Rome AAF, NY Aug 31, 1944
				10578 condemned salvage non combat Mar 29, 1945
				10579 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS424.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10580 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS425.  DBR when bellylanded near
					Sulmona Jan 23, 1944 after flak damage
				10581 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS426.  SOC Nov 1, 1943
				10582 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS427.  DBR when crashlanded at
					Catania Aug 25, 1943 following engine failure
				10583 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10584 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10585 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS428.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10586 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS429.  Shot down by flak near
					Francavilla Dec 30, 1943
				10587 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS430.  Transferred to USAAF Aug 1, 1943.
				10588 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10589 wrecked at Curtiss Aircraft Co Feb 16, 1943 and DBR
				10590 (33rd FG, 58th FS) after takeoff tried to avoid collision and crashed into sea off Pantelleria, Italy 
					Jul 6, 1943. Pilot killed.  MACR 251. 
				10591 W/o 12 Jul 1944 in Italy; condemned crash landing Jul 15, 1944
				10592 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10593 condemned salvage non combat Mar 29, 1945
				10594 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10595 condemned enemy action May 13, 1944
				10596 condemned salvage non combat Apr 5, 1945
				10597 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10598 to excess inventory list Mar 13, 1945
				10599 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10600 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10601 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY Jul 24, 1945
				10602 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10603 to CL-26 Apr 20, 1943 at Richmond AAB, VA (358th FG).  W/o 23 Apr 1943 at Richmond AAB, VA. 
				10604 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10605 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10606 condemned salvage non combat Apr 9, 1945
				10607 condemned salvage non combat Mar 30, 1945.
				10608 returned to USA Feb 27, 1944.  To CL-26 Mar 26, 1944
				10609 (33rd FG, 60th FS) engine failed and ditched into sea SE of Pantelleria Island, Italy Jul 10, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 344. 
				10610 condemned salvage non combat Apr 7, 1945
				10611 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS433.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn RAAF.  SOC Mr 29, 1945
				10612 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS434.  Crashed Oct 6, 1943 after
					pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit
				10613 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS435.  SOC May 31, 1944
				10614 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS436.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10615 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS437.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10616 reclamation completed DeRidder AAF Jan 13, 1945
				10617 to RFC Ontario, CA Feb 9, 1945
				10618 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS438.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10619 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS439.  Crashed at Mahares Oct 4, 1943
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following engine failure.
				10620 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS440.  Wrecked when stalled on landing
					at Fort Lamy Apr 6, 1943 following engine failure in circuit.
				10621 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS441.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10622 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS442.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10623 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS443.  Crashed 7 mi N of Modica, 
					Sicily Jul 25, 1943 after pilot bailed out following 
					engine failure.
				10624 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS444.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10625 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS445.  DBR when bellylanded 1 mi E of
					Setif Oct 29, 1943 following engine failure
				10626 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS446.  DBR when crashlanded on beach
					Sep 5, 1943 following flak damage over Mileti.
				10627 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS447.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10628 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS448.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10629 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS449.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10630 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS450.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10631 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS451.  DBR Nov 12, 1943.
				10632 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS452.  Wrecked when forcelanded near Gioia Nov 9, 1943
					following engine failure
				10633 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS453.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10634 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS454.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10635 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS455.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10636 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS456.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				10637 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS457.  DBR when engine failed on takeoff, El Fasher
					Apr 26, 1943 
				10638 to RAF
				10639 diverted to French Jul 29, 1944
				10640 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10641 condemned ditched Jul 15, 1942
				10642 to RFC Bush Field Jun 6, 1945
				10643 condemned salvage non combat Apr 13, 1945
				10644 surveyed Rome AAF, NY Aug 31, 1944
				10645 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10646 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY May 8, 1945
				10647 diverted to French Jul 12, 1944
				10648 Conv to P-40R; w/o 30 May 1944 at Pounds Field, TX; surveyed May 31, 1944
				10649 to RFC McKellar Field Feb 22, 1945
				10650 diverted to French May 10, 1946
				10651 diverted to French Jul 22, 1944
				10652 condemned crash Apr 29, 1944
				10653 diverted to French May 10, 1946
				10654 reclamation completed Oct 13, 1944
				10655 surveyed Mayt 16, 1943
				10656 (54th FG) wrecked Mar 1, 1943 in mid-air 4 mi NE of Harding Field.
					To CL-26 Mar 9, 1943
				10657 diverted to French Jul 22, 1944
				10658 condemned crash landing Feb 21, 1944
				10659 condemned salvage non combat Apr 12, 1945
				10660 (79th FG, 85th FS) shot down by AAA Dec 8, 1943, Italy.  MACR 1473.
					Pilot KIA
				10661 condemed MIA Dec 8, 1943
				10662 surveyed Selfridge AAF Sep 28, 1943
				10663 W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL; surveyed Pinellas AF Jun 6, 1943
				10664 to excess inventory list Aug 26, 1944
				10665 diverted to French Apr 22, 1944
				10666 surveyed Rome AAF Aug 31, 1944
				10667 diverted to French Apr 22, 1944
				10668 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10669 to P-40R.  Reclamation completed Luke AAF Mar 20, 1946
				10670 ground looped during landing at Harding Field, LA Mar 2, 1943.  Converted
`					to spares Apr 23, 1943.
				10671 diverted to French Apr 22, 1944
				10672 diverted to French Jun 15, 1943
				10673 diverted to French Jun 15, 1943
				10674 diverted to French Apr 3, 1943
				10675 to CL-26 Apr 12, 1944
				10676 to RFC Ontario AAF, CA Apr 28, 1945
				10677 surveyed Luke AAF Jun 30, 1943
				10678 diverted to French Apr 9, 1943
				10679 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10680 condemned salvage non combat Apr 6, 1945
				10681 returned to USA Mar 4, 1944.  Surveyed Mar 11, 1944
				10682 diverted to French Apr 28, 1944
				10683 surveyed Pinellas AAF, FL Apr 27, 1944
				10684 W/o 13 Mar 1943 at Harding Field, LA; surveyed Harding AAF, LA May 1, 1943
				10685 condemned enemy action Jan 1, 1944
				10686 (332nd FG) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5372.
				10687 to excess inventory list Mar 13, 1945
				10688 diverted to French Apr 24, 1943
				10689 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1943
				10690 crashed after spin at low altitude near Harding Field, LA Mar 19, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				10691 W/o 28 Apr 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL; surveyed Macdill May 1, 1943
				10692 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10693 diverted to French Apr 11, 1943
				10694 diverted to French Apr 27, 1945
				10695 diverted to French Apr 22, 1944
				10696 condemned Nov 25, 1943
				10697 spun in near Luke Field, AZ Oct 22, 1942.  Pilot killed.
				10698 to RFC Arledge Field Jan 27, 1945
				10699 diverted to French Apr 28, 1944
42-10700/10847		Curtiss P-40L-10-CU Warhawk
				Model 87-B3
				10700 diverted to French
				10701 diverted to French Jul 22, 1944
				10702 condemned enemy action Jul 22, 1944
				10703 to excess inventory list Mar 7, 1944
				10704 wrecked May 13, 1943 300 yd off Rocky Point in Old Tampa Bay
				10705 to RFC Arledge Jan 27, 1945
				10706 diverted to French Jul 22, 1944
				10707 condemned crash Jul 22, 1944
				10708 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10709 condemned flak Jul 27, 1943
				10710 condemned crash Sep 14, 1943
				10711 to RFC McKellar Field Feb 22, 1945
				10712 converted to P-40R-2.  Reclamation completed Luke AF Jun 29, 1945
				10713 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY Jun 29, 1945
				10714 (523rd FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Pomigliano airfield, Italy Apr 13, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned Apr 29, 1944
				10715 condemned salvage non combat Nov 20, 1944
				10716 condemned salvage non combat Oct 31, 1943
				10717 condemned crash Jul 19, 1943
				10718 W/o 1 Apr 1944 at Luke AAF, AZ; surveyed Pinellas AAF, St Petersburg, FL Apr 2, 1944
				10719 condemned salvage Aug 28, 1944
				10720 condemned enemy action Feb 10, 1944
				10721 (332nd FG) lost to flak Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 6067
				10722 condemned crash Oct 1, 1943
				10723 condemned crash Oct 3, 1943
				10724 condemned flak Jun 10, 1944
				10725 condemned salvage Aug 5, 1944
				10726 condemned Sep 5, 1943
				10727 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10728 condemned salvage not combat Apr 3, 1945
				10729 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10730 condemned crash Oct 31, 1943
				10731 excess inventory list Mar 13, 1945
				10732 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10733 excess inventory list Aug 17, 1944
				10734 condemned crash landing Jul 27, 1943
				10735 (79th FG) lost Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 1987
				10736 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS431.  SOC Mar 8, 1944
				10737 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10738 reclamation completed Rome AAF, NY Oct 23, 1944
				10739 to RFC Bush Field May 15, 1945
				10740 87th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF, "Sweet Bets" to excess inventory list Jul 29, 1944
				10741 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10742 condemned crash Dec 28, 1943
				10743 condemned salvage non combat Apr 13, 1945
				10744 condemned salvage Jun 6, 1944
				10745 condemned flak Aug 3, 1943
				10746 condemned salvage non combat Apr 7, 1945
				10747 W/o 12 Jun 1943 at Atar, French West Africa; condemned Jun 15, 1943
				10748 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10749 condemned Jul 2, 1943
				10750 condemned inventory Jul 8, 1944
				10751 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS432.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10752 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS458.  Crashed when abandoned after being hit
					by flak, Anagni Mar 14, 1944
				10753 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS459.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10754 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS460.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10755 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS461.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10756 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS462.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10757 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS463.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				10758 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS464.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10759 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS465.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10760 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS466.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945.
				10761 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS467.  Crashed when abandoned after flak hit near
					Guidonia Mar 17, 1944
				10762/9 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS468/75.  All transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10770 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS476.  Wrecked when forcelanded in Anzio beachhead
					Mar 2, 1944 after being damaged by flak.
				10771/4 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS477/80.  All transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945.
				10775 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS481.  Destroyed by fire when crashed after takeoff
					from Kaqsfareet Aug 13, 1943.
				10776 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS482.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn.  Shot down by flak near San Benedetto May 15, 1944
				10777/9 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS483/5.  All transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				10780 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS486.  SOC Mar 22, 1945
				10781 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS487.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				10782 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS488.  Ditched in Adriatic Sea after flak hit Dec 10, 1943
				10783 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS489.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				10784 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS490.  Operated by RAAF 3 Sqn. No record of fate
				10785 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS491.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				10786 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS492.  Transferred to French AF Mar 30, 1945
				10787 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS493.  SOC May 31, 1944
				10788 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS494.  Transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945
				10789 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS495.  No record of fate
				10790/3 to RAF as Kittyhawk II FS496/9.  All transferred to French AF Mar 31, 1945.
				10794 (58th FS, 33rd FG) shot down by AAA near Linguaglossa, Sicily 
					Aug 9, 1943.  MACR 418.  Pilot KIA
				10795 condemned 59th FS Oct 23, 1943.
				10796 (324th FG, 99th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/I. over SW coast of Sicily, Italy Jul 2, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 537. 
				10797 (324th FG) lost at Rocca d'Evandro, Italy Nov 11, 1943.  MACR 1183.  Pilot KIA
				10799 (332nd FG) lost Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6447.  Also listed as lost
					Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7302.  Also listed as w/o Jan 20, 1944 at Cercola, Italy
				10805 (33rd FG, 99th FS) engine failed and crashed 8 km S of Capo d'Orlando, Sicily Aug 14, 1943
					MACR 229.  Pilot returned.
				10819 (79th FG) MIA 1/15/1944, Italy.  MACR 1797
				10820 (523rd FS, 27th FG 12th AF) crshed during wheels-up belly landing 29 mi S of Siena, Italy due
					to engine failure Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 5786.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				10830 (523rd FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Pomigliano airfield, Naples, Italy Apr 1, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				10832 W/o 12 Jan 1944 in Italy
				10834 (79th FG) lost Jun 4, 1944.  MACR 3646
				10845 crashed Jun 1, 1943, Atar, on ferrying mission.
				10846 (324th FG) lost Jun 5, 1944.  MACR 5790
42-10848/10959		Curtiss P-40L-15-CU Warhawk
				Model 87-B3
				10864, 10873, 10874, 10883, 10903, 10913, 10924, 10944, 10953, 10954
					converted to P-40R-2
				10848 (79th FG, 87th FS) lost Dec 18, 1943.  MACR 1524. Pilot KIA.
				10849 (79th FG, 86th FS) shot down by AAA Dec 8, 1943.  MACR 1410.  Pilot KIA
				10850 W/o 22 Jan 1944 at Capodicino, Italy
				10853 W/o 25 Mar 1944 at Cercola, Italy
				10857 (originally allocated serial 42-65629.  Ditched in sea during Anzio landings Jan 31, 1944.
					Recoverdd Jan 12, 1998, displayed in recovered condition.
				10860 (523rd FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) crash landed during wheels-up belly landing at Santa Maria airfield,
					Naples, Italy due to engine failure Mar 26, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				10861 W/o 27 May 1944 at Marcianise, Italy 
				10863 crashed near Drew Field, Tampa, FL due to engine failure Apr 7, 1943.
					Pilot bailed out OK.	
				10849 (79th FG) MIA 12/8/1943, Italy
				10857 (79th FG) crashed in sea Jan 31, 1944 near Latina, Italy.  MACR 2071.  The complete wreck was on
					display Apr 2015 at Museo Storico di Piana delle Orme, Borgo Faiti, Italy
				10859 (79th FG) MIA 1/10/1944, Italy.  MACR 1838
				10867 (324th FG) lost Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6081
				10869 (79th FG, 85th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed into
					Adriatic Sea off Ortona, Italy Dec 18, 1943.  MACR 1523.
					Pilot bailed out and entered a dinghy but was killed.
				10870 W/o 2 Jun 1944 at Pignataro, Italy 
				10873 crashed May 14, 1942, Rufisque, Senegal, French West Africa.  Pilot killed.
			 		Also listed as destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from 
					Dayton-Wright Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar,
				 	killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside
				10876 (14th FRG) damaged in crash 8 mi W of Chinguetti, Mauritania Jun 12, 1943.  Pilot killed.  Repaired. 
					Crashed due to engine failure 105 mi N of Atar, Spanish Morocco Jun 25, 1943.  Pilot baled out.
				10881 (79th FG, 85th FS) lost Dec 12, 1943, Italy.  MACR 1843.  Pilot POW
				10884 W/o 23 Jun 1943 at Luke AAAF #4, AZ 
				10885 W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Paestum, Italy 
				10886 (86th FG) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5079
				10887 (325th FG,318th FS) presumed collided in midair with P-40L 42-10887 during evasive
					actions near Oriatano, Sardinia, Sicily, Italy Jul 22, 1943.  MACR 452.  Pilot KIA
				10893 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Tampa Bay, FL 
				10894 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				10896 W/o 29 May 1944 at Lago, Italy
				10897 W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Paestum, Italy
				10898 (325th FG, 317th FS) shot down by Bolt Wolfgang Ernst in Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/9 SW of
					Oristano, Sardinia, Italy Jul 30, 1943.  MACR 431.  Pilot POW.
				10900 (527th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Ciampino airfield, Italy Jun 12, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				10903 Conv to P-40R; w/o 4 Jun 1943 at Drew Field, FL
				10905 (523rd FBS, 27th FBG, 12th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 5 mi NW of Pomigliano airfield, Italy
					due to engine failure Mar 27, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				10906 (324th FG) lost May 16, 1944
				10913 Conv to P-40R; w/o 26 Apr 1945 at Litchfield, AZ
				10915 (324th FG) lost May 26, 1944.  MACR 5071
				10917 (324th FG) lost May 8, 1944.  MACR 4728
				10920 (324th FG) lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2826
				10921 (79th FG) MIA 1/9/1944, Italy.  MACR 1839
				10923 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Luke AAAF #1, AZ 
				10926 (57th FG, 65th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed into Adriatic 2 mi off Trigno
					estuary, Italy Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1605.  Pilot bailed out but KIA.
				10929 W/o 4 Nov 1943 at Paestum, Italy 
				10937 (523rd FBS, 27th FBG 12th AF) crashed after right wing broke off while on bomb run at Pontecorvo, Italy
					May 18, 1944.  MACR 4919.  Pilot killed.
				10940 (523rd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Ciampino airfield, Italy Jun 14, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				10941 (324th FG, 99th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/I. over SW coast of Sicily, Italy Jul 2, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 538.
				10943 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Oscoda, MI 
				10951 W/o 7 Jun 1944 at La Banca, Italy 
				10957 W/o 13 Apr 1944 at Capodichino, Italy  
				10958 (325th FG, 319th FS) shot down by AAA SW of Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy Jul 28, 1943. 
					MACR 525.  Pilot POW.  MACR wrongly lists as 42-10558.
42-10960/11129		Curtiss P-40L-20-CU Warhawk
				Model 87-B3
				10964, 10974, 10983, 10991, 10992, 11010, 11026, 11037, 
					11039, 11053, 11055, 11058, 11069, 11064, 11065, 11068/11070,
					11075, 11076, 11078, 11080, 11083, 11085, 11090/11092,
					11105, 11109, 11110, 11112/11116, 11120  converted
					to P-40R-2
				10960 (79th FG, 86th FS) hit high tension wires during strafing run and crashed near
					Tirmoli, Italy Oct 6, 1943.  MACR 1065.  Pilot KIA.
				10961 (79th FG, 86th FS) lost Sep 26, 1943, Italy.  MACR 1639
				10969 (79th FG, 86th FS) shot down by AAA Jan 2, 1944, Italy.  MACR 1822.  Pilot POW.
				10970 recovered from crash site and repaired by RAF.  Transferred to French AF.
				10974 Conv to P-40R; w/o 20 Feb 1945 at Litchfield Park, AZ
				10978 (8th ADG, 511th SrS) crashed on landing at Dakar, Senegal, French West Africa Jul 2, 1943.
				10980 W/o 17 Jul 1944 at Volturno River, Italy
				11000 crashed on landing at Atar, Mauritania, French West Africa Jul 22, 1943
				11002 W/o 3 Aug 1944 at Madna, Italy
				11004 W/o 20 Nov 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11006 (79th FG, 87th FS) shot down by AAA Dec 18, 1943.  MACR 1521 and 1522.  Pilot KIA
				11009 (324th FG) lost May 14, 1944.  MACR 4791
				11013 (79th FG, 87th FS) crashed near Chieti, Italy Dec 12, 1943.   MACR 1842.  Pilot KIA
				11016 W/o 1 May 1944 at El Aouina, Tunisia
				11019 (79th FG) lost Feb 18, 1944.  MACR 2480
				11028 made hard landing in Tunisa Nov 10, 1943
				11025 W/o 9 Dec 1943 at El Aouina, Tunesia 
				11033 (324th FG) lost Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6041
				11039 Conv to P-40R; w/o 1 Sep 1944 at Cuyahoga Falls, OH 
				11040 (79th FG) lost Feb 17, 1944.  MACR 2697
				11043 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Sele, Italy
				11046 (325th FG, 317th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/II. at Trapani, Sicily, Italy 
					Jul 7, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 451. 
				11054 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Tampa Bay, FL
				11059 Conv to P-40R; w/o 3 Aug 1944 at Kinder, LA 
				11062 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11065 Conv to P-40R; w/o 5 Oct 1944 at Esler Field, LA
				11067 W/o 5 Jun 1943 at Charlotte Harbor, FL 
				11071 W/o 28 May 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11072 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at 40 miles from Sarasota, FL 
				11074 W/o 16 Nov 1943 at Scott Field, IL 
				11079 W/o 17 Sep 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				11081 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Clearwater, FL 
				11082 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11085 Conv to P-40R; w/o 4 Jan 1945 at Tonopah, AZ
				11098 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Cercola, Italy
				11100 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				11102 (325th FG, 317th FS) lost at Sardinia, Italy Jun 28, 1943.  Pilot KIA. MACR 449. 
				11106 W/o 1 Sep 1943 at Sarasota, FL 
				11107 W/o 5 Jun 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11108 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at Pinellas AAF, FL 
				11111 W/o 14 May 1943 at Tarpon Springs, FL 
				11112 Conv to P-40R; w/o 24 May 1944 at Luke AAAF #1, AZ
				11116 Conv to P-40R; w/o 29 Jan 1945 at Peoria, AZ 
				11118 W/o 2 Jun 1943 at Bay City, MI 
				11120 Conv to P-40R; w/o 26 May 1944 at Lawson Field, GA 
				11121 W/o 13 May 1943 at Seymour, TN 
				11122 W/o 12 Sep 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
				11123 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Romulus AAF  
				11125 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Coppell, TX; repaired (?).  Ditched in sea off coast of Capo Portiere, Italy Jan 31, 1944.
					Recovered from sea in Jan 1999 and will be restored to static display condition by Gruppo Amici Velivoli Storici.
				11128 W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
42-11130/11253		Curtiss P-40L-25-CU Warhawk
				Contract cancelled
42-11254/11676		Contract cancelled
42-11677		McDonnell XP-67 Bat
				Damaged by fire during taxi trials Dec 1943, delaying first flight.  First flight Jan 6, 1944 but only
					for six minutes due to engine problems.  Damaged beyond repair by midair fire Sept 1944.
					W/o 6 Sep 1944 at  St. Louis, MO 
42-11678		McDonnell XP-67 Bat
				Project cancelled before completion.
42-11679		Fairchild AT-21-FA
42-11680/11753		Fairchild AT-21-FB
				11684 W/o 30 Dec 1944 at Oklahoma City, OK 
				11685 W/o 5 Mar 1944 at Dayton AAF, OH 
				11687 W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
				11688 W/o 26 Jan 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
				11706 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Ellington Field, Houston, TX 
				11708 W/o 9 Jun 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
				11716 W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Greenville, TX 
				11717 W/o 21 Aug 1944 at Ellington Field, TX 
				11732 W/o 18 Oct 1944 at Pennsville, NJ 
42-11754/12253		Douglas A-26-DE
				Cancelled contract
42-12254/12553		Noorduyn AT-16-ND
				MSN 14-501/800. North American AT-16 built under license by Noorduyn Aviation.
					To RAF as Harvard IIB FE767/FE999 and FH100/FH166
				12274 (MSN 14-521) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE787; to Netherlands AF as B-43 in Feb 1947; wfu Aug 1952
				12279 (MSN 14-526) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE792.  To Swedish AF as 16144 1947-1972.  Became SE-FUZ
				12282 (MSN 14-529) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE795.  To Swedish AF as 16076 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.  
				12283 (MSN 14-530) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE796.  To Swedish AF as 16046 1947-1980.  Scrapped
				12284 (MSN 14-531) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE797; to Netherlands AF as B-197 in Nov 1949; wfu Jul 1966
				12290 (MSN 14-537) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE803.  To Swedish AF as 16067 1947-1956.  Scrapped after crash
				12292 to RAF as Harvard IIB FE805.  In Aug 1946 allocated to US Embassy
					in London.
				12296 diverted to RAF as FE809 (KLu records show 12296 as being RAF
					FS668).  SOC by RAF 11/12/1946.  Taken on LLN 
					strength 9/28/1949 as B-181.  SOC 12/23/1966.  To War 
					Museum at Delfzijl 4/4/1973.  To DVM at Gilze-Rijen
					Sept 1985.  Is to be operated by Dutch AF Historic Flight
					as PH-IBI
				12298 (MSN 14-545) to RAF as FE811, then to Swiss AF as U-328.  Preserved at Swiss AF Centre - Flieger Flab
					Museum, Dubendorf.
				12299 (MSN 14-546) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE812.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16027 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				12308 (MSN 14-555) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE821.  To Netherlands AF as B-164 Jun 1949.  To Netherlands
					Navy as 099 Mar 30, 1966.   W/o 7 Nov 1960.  On display at Auto and Technik Museum, Sinsheim, Germany 
					Apr 2011 falsely marked as RAF FT454
				12310 (MSN 14-557) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE823.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16059 1947-1967.  Scrapped.
				12318 (MSN 14-565) to RCAF as Harvard IIB FE831.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16010 1947-1972.  Registered N766CA in 1983
				12319 (MSN 14-566) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE832.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16106 1947-1967.  To private user.
				12320 (MSN 14-567) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE833.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16134 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				12321 (MSN 14-568) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE834.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16111 1947-1968.  Scrapped after crash
				12322 (MSN 14-569) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE835.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16108 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				12323 (MSN 14-570) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE836.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16061 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12324 (MSN 14-571) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE837.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16097 1947-1970.  Scrapped.
				12329 (MSN 14-576) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE842.  To Royal Swedish AF as 16113 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
				12331 (MSN 14-578) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE844.  To Swedish AF as 16099 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped.
				12332 (MSN 14-579) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE845.  To Swedish AF as 16143 1947-1969.  Scrapped after crash
				12336 (MSN 14-583) diverted to RCAF as FE849.  To Swedish AF as 16032 1947-1948.  Scrapped after crash.
				12338 (MSN 14-585) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE851.  To Swedish AF as 16091 1947-1967.  Scrapped.
				12339 (MSN 14-586) diverted to RCAF as FE852.  To Swedish AF as 16005 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped.
				12340 (MSN 14-587) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE853.  To Swedish AF as 16062 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12343 (MSN 14-590) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE856.  To Swedish AF as 16090 1947-1956.  Scrapped after crash.
				12345 (MSN 14-592) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE858.  To Swedish AF but due to damaged wingtips the aircraft
					did not get a serial number but was scrapped and jused for spare parts. 
				12348 (MSN 14-595) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE861.  To Swedish AF as 16020 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				12350 (MSN 14-597) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE863.  To Swedish AF as 16054 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				12362 (MSN 14-609) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE875.  To Canadian AF as FE875.  To Swiss AF after Canadian AF service.
				12363 diverted to RCAF as FE876.  SOC 10/2/1946.  Taken
					on strength by LLN as B-199 at Fokker 12/6/1949.  Put in 
					storage at Soesterberg and later used at several
					air bases.  SOC 11/28/1962.  To DVM 11/30/1962.
					Later transferred to Anthony Fokker School, The
					Hague.  Components used to rebuild Harvard IIB "12964".
				12375 (MSN 14-622) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE888; to Netherlands AF as FE888 in Sep 1946; reserialled as B-9 
					in Feb 1947; wfu Jul 1966
				12389 (MSN 14-636) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE902.  To Swedish AF as 16041 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped
				12392 (MSN 14-639) to RAF as FE905, serving in Canada.  23 Mar43 Taken on charge by RCAF as FE905.
					Initially flew with No. 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, Saskatchewan from Apr 43
					Oct/Nov 43 Flying with No.37 FTS at Calgary, Alberta; individual code ‘25’.
					Jun 44 Serving with No 8 SFTS, Weyburn.  Nov 27, 1946 Struck off flying charge and placed in 
					store-total flying hours only 74.45.  Sep 1949 Sold by US Govt to Danish AF, through 
					Babb Co Inc for 30,000 Kronen.  Sep 1949 Delivered to Skandinavisk Aero Industry, Kastrup, Denmark 
					for overhaul.  Sep 11, 1950 Officially handed over to RDAF as 31-329. Served with Eskadrille 725 
					and also the Harvard Flight of Eskadrille 722 from c.1954 when it flew as a target aircraft over 
					Sjaellands Odde firing range.  Aug 31, 1960 Struck off Danish charge as "329"
					Sold to Snorre S Kjetilson, Fjellfly, Skien, Norway. Used for target towing and possibly aerial advertising.
					Jan 5, 1961 Formally registered to Fjellfly as LN-BNM (Temporarily registered from Aug 26, 1960).
					May 1972 Sold to newly established Historic Aircraft Museum, Southend, Essex. Arrived via Felixstowe 
					Docks May 12, 1972.Museum opened, with the Harvard displayed outside still in Norwegian overall yellow 
					colours, May 26, 1972.  Jan 29, 1973 Registration cancelled.  Later painted overall silver to represent 
					standard USAF LT-6G "93584" coded LTA-584.  May 10, 1983 Contents of Southend Historic Aircraft Museum 
					auctioned by Philips; Harvard, then still marked as TA-392, sold for £6000 to Paul Raymond for his 
					Whitehall Theatre of War Project, but not used there.  Jul 1983 To Crucifix Lane Railway Arches, London 
					Bridge for proposed London War Museum by this date-The London War Museum had opened, minus aircraft, in
					March 1983 and was taken over by Paul Raymond later that year. The aircraft were stored there but did not 
					go on display.  Mar 1985 With the closure of Paul Raymond's London War Museum and Whitehall Theatre of 
					War, the Harvard was purchased by the RAFM. It was latterly stored in a barn at Ringwood Farm, Shepreth, Herts.
					Mar 1985 Delivered to RAFM RC&RC at RAF Cardington, Beds. Condition fair but corroded in engine bay.
					May 19, 1991 Delivered on loan from Cardington to Newark Air Museum.  May 1994 Returned off loan to RC & RC 
					Cardington.  Oct5, 1994 To RAFM Hendon from Cardington.  Displayed in main aircraft hall. 
				12394 (MSN 14-641) to RAF Harvard IIB as FE907.  To KLu as FE907 in Aug 1946.  To Dutch Navy as L-6 Aug 27, 1946,
					then back to KLu as B-64 Sep 14, 1948.  WFU Jul 1966.  Later became PH-LSK.  SOC Sep 14, 1949.
				12405 (MSN 14-652) diverted to RCAF as FE918.  To Swedish AF as 16052 1947-1965.  Scrapped after crash.
				12407 (MSN 14-654) diverted to RCAF as FE920.  To Swedish AF as 16025 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12414 (MSN 14-661) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE927.  To Swedish AF as Sk 16A 16017 1947-1969.  Scrapped after crash.
				12415 (MSN 14-662) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE928.  To Swedish AF as 16086 1947-1953.  Scrapped after crash.
				12417 (MSN 14-664) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE930.  To Netherlands AF as B-163 Jun 1949.  WFU Nov 1962.  B-163 was found in 
					scrapyard in Amsterdam October 1980; subsequently retrieved.  Was rebuilt for 
					static display at Northants Aviation Museum, Harrington, UK.  Noted Feb 2004
					preserved at Carpetbagger Aviation Museum, Harrington, England as G-TOMC
				12418 (MSN 14-665) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE931; to Netherlands AF as B-171 in Aug 1949; w/o 12 Oct 1961 at Gilze Rijen, The Netherlands
				12419 (MSN 14-666) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE932.  To Swedish AF as 16070 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
				12420 (MSN 14-667) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE933; to Netherlands AF as B-162 in Jun 1949; wfu Feb 1966
				12421 (MSN 14-668) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE934.  To Swedish AF as 16024 1947-1949.  Scrapped after crash.
				12427 (MSN 14-674) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE940.  To Swedish AF as 16104 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12429 (MSN 14-676) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE942; to Netherlands AF as B-200 in Dec 1949; w/o 21 May 1957
				12434 (MSN 14-681) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE947; to Netherlands AF as B-155 in Apr 1949; wfu Feb 1961
				12437 (MSN 14-684) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE950.  To Swedish AF as 16063 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				12438 (MSN 14-685) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE951; to Netherlands AF as B-159 in May 1949; wfu Sep 1966
				12463 (MSN 14-710) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE976; to Netherlands AF as B-166 in Jun 1949; wfu Sep 1963
				12464 (MSN 14-711) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE977; to Netherlands AF as B-170 in Aug 1949; wfu Mar 1961
				12467 (MSN 14-714) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE980; to Netherlands AF as B-157 in Apr 1949; wfu Jul 1966
				12469 (MSN 14-716) To RAF as FE982; to Netherlands AF as B-167 in Jul 1949; wfu Nov 1960
				12471 (MSN 14-718) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE984, then to RCAF, then to Netherlands AF as B-168.  Now in American Air
					Museum, Duxford in USAAF colors.  Noted Mar 2004 painted as 463209 in
					American Air Museum, Duxford, England.
				12472 (MSN 14-719) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE985; to Netherlands AF as B-176 in Sep 1949; wfu Nov 1966; to PH-NID
				12473 (MSN 14-720) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE986; to Netherlands AF as B-174 in Aug 1949; wfu Jul 1966; to N8994
				12474 (MSN 14-721) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE987.  To Swedish AF as 16045 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped
				12477 (MSN 14-724) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE990; to Netherlands AF as B-187 in Oct 1949; to PH-NIB on 24 Jul 1957; 
					w/o 17 Aug 1959 at Den Helder, The Netherlands 
				12478 (MSN 14-725) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE991.  To Swedish AF as 16028 1947-1971.  Registered SE-FUB in 2014.
				12479 (MSN 14-726) to RAF as Harvard IIB FE992, then to Swedish AF as 16047 1947-1972, then LN-MAA.  Then G-BDAM,
					operated by Historic Flying Ltd at Duxford in RAF colors.  Sold to Canadian user and
					registred C-GFLR Jan 9,2004.  Reported 2005 in Ed Russell
					Museum, Niagra Falls, Ontario.
				12481 (MSN 14-728) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE994; to Netherlands AF as B-192 in Nov 1949; wfu Oct 1962
				12483 (MSN 14-730) To RAF as Harvard IIB FE996; to Netherlands AF as B-186 in Oct 1949; wfu Jul 1964
				12485 (MSN 14-732) To RAF as FE998; to Netherlands AF as B-183 in Sep 1949; w/o 25 Aug 1964 in IJsselmeer, 
					The Netherlands
				12486 diverted to RCAF as FE999. (Klu records show this
					as FS667).  SOC by RCAF 10/2/1946.  To LLN 9/10/49 as B-177.
					SOC at DVM 11/21/1966.  Moved to Leeuwarden where it
					Was used with a local scouting group.  Moved to
					DVM/Gilze-Rijen 12/1978.  Moved to Woensdrecht 1990 
				12487 (MSN 14-734) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH100.  To Swedish AF as 16066 1947-1952.  Scrapped after crash.
				12491 (MSN 14-738) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH104.  To Swedish AF as 16015 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped.
				12492 (MSN 14-739) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH105.  To Klu as B-178 Sep 1949.  WFU Feb 1968.  Now on a pole 
					north of Maasbracht.
				12493 (MSN 14-740) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH106; to Netherlands AF as B-188 in Oct 1949; wfu Sep 1963
				12495 (MSN 14-742) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH108; to Netherlands AF as B-130 in Mar 1948; wfu Dec 1959
				12501 (MSN 14-748) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH114; to Danish AF as 31-306; wfu May 1959
				12504 (MSN 14-751) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH117; to Netherlands AF as B-198 in Dec 1949; wfu Mar 1957
				12506 (MSN 14-753) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH119; to Netherlands AF as B-173 in Aug 1949; wfu Apr 1962
				12509 (MSN 14-756) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH122.  To Swedish AF as 16018 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12512 (MSN 14-759) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH125.  To Swedish AF as 16141 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12513 (MSN 14-760) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH126; to Netherlands AF as B-191 in Oct 1949; wfu Mar 1957
				12514 (MSN 14-761) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH127.  To Swedish AF as 16071 1947-1951.  Scrapped after crash.
				12516 (MSN 14-763) To RAF as FH129; to Netherlands AF as B-172 in Aug 1949; w/o 4 Jun 1959
				12517 (MSN 14-764) to RAF as FH130.  Then to KLu as B-165.  After service as an instructional airframe at
					a Dutch technical school it was obtained by the Military Aviation Museum at Soesterberg and stored.
					Acquired by Royal Netherlands AF Historic Flight at Ghize-Rijen.
				12518 to RAF as FH131 (According to Klu show s/n 42-12471 and
					FH105).  SOC by RAF 10/2/1946.  Tl LLN 8/23/1949 as
					B-175.  SOC at DVM 11/21/1966.  Now on display at
					Militair Luchtvaart Museum, Kamp Zeist.
				12519 (MSN 14-766) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH132.  To Swedish AF as 16023 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12520 (MSN 14-767) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH133; to Netherlands AF as B-180 in Sep 1949; wfu Mar 1960
				12523 (MSN 14-770) to RCAF as FH136 (According to Klu this is FS661).  SOC
					by RCAF 10/2/1946.  To LLN 11/12/1949 as B-193.  SOC
					7/18/1966.  Now on display at Westenschouwen.
				12524 (MSN 14-771) diverted to RCAF as FH137.  To Swedish AF as 16012 1947-1972.  Sold to Lance Aircraft Supply, Dallas.
					Scrapped.
				12525 (MSN 14-772) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH138.  To Swedish AF as 16033 1947-1970.  In 1970 to Svedinos Automobil and
					Aircraft Musseum, Sweden
				12526 (MSN 14-773) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH139; to Netherlands AF as B-185 in Oct 1949; wfu Jan 1962
				12527 (MSN 14-7740 to RAF as Harvard IIB FH140.  To Swedish AF as 16058 1947-1958.  Scrapped after crash
				12530 (MSN 14-777) diverted to RCAF as FH143, registered in Canada as CF-FXR, 
					05/50 registered Dutch Antilles as PJ-AAZ, 1953 reg. cnx sold USA
				12535 (MSN 14-782) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH148.  To Swedish AF as 16029 1947-1969.  Probably scrapped.
				12537 (MSN 14-784) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH150; to Netherlands AF as B-169 in Jul 1949; wfu Jul 1966
				12540 to RAF as Harvard IIB FH153. To Dutch AF as B-158. To PH-HTC but NTU. To 
					PH-PPS. To G-BBHK 1973
				12541 (MSN 14-788) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH154.  To Swedish AF as 16083 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
				12543 (MSN 14-790) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH156.  To Swedish AF as 16072 1947-1967.  Probably scrapped.
				12544 (MSN 14-791) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH157.  To Swedish AF as 16019 1947-1955.  Scrapped after crash
				12545 (MSN 14-792) to RAF as Harvard IIB FH158.  To Swedish AF as 16006 1947-1948.  Scrapped after crash
				12546 (MSN 14-793) To RAF as Harvard IIB FH159; to Netherlands AF as B-190 in Nov 1949; wfu Jan 1962
				12550 (MSN 14-797) diverted to RCAF as FH163.  To Swedish AF as 16038 1947-1958.  Scrapped after crash.
				12553 (MSN 14-800) diverted to RCAF as FH166.  To Swedish AF as 16007 1947-1970.  Probably scrapped.
42-12554/12566		Waco YC-62 
				Contract cancelled
42-12567/12649		Lockheed P-38F-5-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7001/7083
				12568 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12573 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi S of Brindisi, Italy Dec 12, 1943.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				12575 crashed with fire, Iceland Apr 25, 1943 and w/o
				12576 W/o 18 Oct 1943 in iceland
				12577 W/o 12 Dec 1942 at Kaldadarnes, Iceland 
				12578 W/o 13 Feb 1944 at Northampton, UK
				12579 W/o 12 Feb 1944 at Llangynog, UK
				12581 to RFC Ontario, CA
				12582 to RFC Ontario, CA
				12584 W/o 19 Sep 1942 at Middletown, NJ 
				12586 W/o 14 Oct 1943 in Iceland
				12588 W/o 16 Jul 1942 at Bradley Field, CT 
				12589 lost between Goose Bay, Labrador and BW-1 Aug 1, 1942.
				12590 W/o 7 Dec 1942 at Reykjavik Field, Iceland 
				12593 W/o 23 Oct 1942 at Wright Field, OH 
				12595 wrecked Feb 1944 at Meeks Field, Iceland and w/o.
				12610 (82nd FG 97th FS) Dec 23, 1942 flying with 50 other P-38 from RAF St Eval, Cornwall, 
					Britain to Gibraltar and then to North Africa. Pilot ran out of fuel and was forced to 
					make an emergency landing in La Linea de la Concepcion (Cadiz).
				12613 W/o 11 Jan 1943 at Kaldadarnes, Iceland 
				12617 W/o 15 Sep 1942 at Bloomington, IN 
				12624 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in landing accident at Schwimmer Airfield, Port Moresby,
					Papua New Guinea Jan 13, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
					W/o 13 Jan 1943 at Laloki Field, New Guinea
				12626 (7th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in force landing 200 yards short of Amberley Field, Australia Nov 24, 1942
					after ran out of fuel.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12629 W/o 11 Jul 1943 at Vivigani, New Guinea
				12639 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Ai-Ida, New Guinea
				12641 W/o 21 Jan 1944 in New Gunea
				12642 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Amberley Field, Australia 
				12646 W/o 4 Dec 1942 at Amberley Field, Australia
				12647 (MSN 222-7081) under water in Milne Bay, New Guinea.  Recovered Nov 1978
					and moved to National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.
				12649 suffered engine failure on delivery flight and ditched near Cape Vogel, PNG Nov 4, 1942.
					Pilot rescued.  (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Horanda Oro,
					Papua New Guinea Aug 2, 1943. Pilot survived, but aircraft DBR.  Plane remains noted 1977 at 
					National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.
42-12650/12666		Lockheed P-38E-2-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7084/7100
				All redesignated P-83F-2-LO Jun 17, 1942, then P-38F-5-LO Aug 12, 1942
				12650  w/o 16 Jul 1943 at Urika Island, New Guinea; SOC Apr 1, 1944
				12651 SOC Oct 2, 1944
				12652 (MSN 222-7086) SOC Jun 6, 1944.  Restoration project from PNG salvage; restoration well under way 
					by Westpack Restorations at Colorado Springs, CO in 2013.
				12653 SOC and scrapped Aug 28, 1944
				12654 SOC Jun 11, 1943
				12655 (49th FG, 9th FS, 5th AF, "Sooner") lost from unknown cause at Rabaul New Britain Island,
					Papua New Guinea Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1074.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				12656 SOC Mar 23, 1942.
				12657 SOC and scrapped Aug 28, 1944
				12658 w/o 30 May 1943 at Schwimmer Field, New Guinea; SOC Jun 4, 1943
				12659 SOC Dec 15, 1944.
				12660 SOC Feb 25, 1944.
				12661 SOC Dec 21, 1944
				12662 SOC Oct 31, 1944
				12663 SOC Oct 22, 1942
				12664 SOC and scrapped Oct 31, 1944
				12665 (39th FS, 35th FG) MIA Jan 8, 1943 near Lae, New Guinea.  First P-38 loss of the war.  SOC Apr 1, 1944
				12666 SOC Jul 22, 1943
42-12667/12686		Lockheed F-5A-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7101/7120
				12667 W/o 24 Dec 1942 at Karval, CO 
				12668 W/o 16 Apr 1943 at Monett, MO 
				12669 W/o 10 Oct 1942 at Brookhaven, MS 
				12671 W/o 30 Dec 1942 at Kern County Airport, CA 
				12672 W/o 1 Apr 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				12674 W/o 6 Oct 1942 at Oklahoma City, OK 
				12677 W/o 6 Oct 1942 at Scott Field, IL 
				12678 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Feb 14, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 621
				12680 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost May 8, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 620
				12684 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12685 W/o 19 Aug 1944 at Duvol, OK 
				12686 W/o 21 Jul 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
42-12687/12766		Lockheed P-38G-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7121/7200
				12687 used for performance testing by the Army AFs Material Center
					with two different propeller designs and pitch angles and engines V-1710-51 &-55   Feb 1943   Wright Field Ohio.
				W/o 5 Mar 1945 at Wright Field, OH.  Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from 
				Dayton-Wright Patterson AAF, OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar,
				 killing five workers. A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside
				12690 W/o 11 May 1944 at Wilmington, DE 
				12694 W/o 2 Aug 1943 at Horanda, New Guinea
				12696 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) lostg from unknown cause 13 Oct 1943 at Horanda oro, Papua New Guinea.
					Fate of pilot unknown.
				12698 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) collided with P-38G due to rain and bad weather over Horanda Oro,
					Papua New Guinea Oct 13, 1943.  MACR 1116.  Pilot killed.
				12705 (418th FG) lost Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 3306
				12712 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in landing accident at Schwimmer airfield, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
					Jan 23, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				12713 W/o 2 Apr 1943 at NAS San Diego, CA 
				12725 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12726 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12730 W/o 19 Aug 1942 at Bowman Field, KY 
				12732 (1st FG, 94th FS) presumed shot down by Italian fighters S of Cuneo, Italy Jan 3, 1944.  MACR 2029.
					Pilot KIA.
				12744 W/o 13 Dec 1942 at Glendale, CA 
				12747 to RFC at Ontario, CA
				12750 (82nd FG, 95th FS) crashed on takeoff at Lecce, Italy
					Nov 18, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				12753 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) dove into ground at RAF Langford Lodge, Northern Ireland Dec 16, 1942.
					Pilot killed.
				12756 W/o 19 Aug 1944 at Pt Reyes, CA  
				12757 W/o 22 Sep 1942 at Middletown, PA 
				12765 to RFC at Ontario, CA
42-12767/12786		Lockheed F-5A-3-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7201/7220
				12767 W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Camp Gruber, OK; surveyed at Will Rogers Field Mar 13, 1944.
				12768 (7th PRG, 13th PS) shot down by Oblt. Herbert Huppertz in FW-190A-5 of JG 2/8. at La Boule, France 
					Jun 29, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 534. 
				12769 (13th PRS, 7th PRG) lost May 16, 1943, France.  MACR 531
				12770 W/o 4 Mar 1944 at Welford, UK; scrapped Jun 29, 1944.
				12771 crash-landed near Pakersfield, CA Jun 15, 1943.  
				12772 scrapped at Espiritu Santo, New Hebrides Jun 15, 1944.
				12773 7th PRG, 13th PS) shot down by Obfw. Johannes Stolz in FW-190A-5 of JG 2/8. near Caden, France Jun 29, 1943. 
					Pilot POW. MACR 533. 
				12774 in midair fire near Olney, UK Feb 15, 1943.  Pilot bailed out, plane
					crashed into Great Ouse River.
				12775 (7th PRG, 13th PRS) lost Apr 4, 1943, Belgium.  MACR 15
				12776 (13th PRS, 7th PRG) lost Apr 13, 1943, France.  MACR 532
				12777 (13th PRS, 7th PRG) lost Jun 11, 1943, North Sea.  MACR 530
				12778 (10th PRG) lost May 7, 1944.  MACR 5534
				12779 (7th PRG, 13th PS) shot down by Oblt. Gerhard Sommer in Bf 109G-6 of JG 11/4. over Waddenzee 15 km 
					E of Vlieland, Netherland Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 17. 
				12780 (7th PRG, 13th PS) shot down by Fw. Erwin Engel in Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/2. at Hompelvoet, Netherland 
					Jul 17, 1942. Pilot KIA. MACR 33.
				12781 (7th PRG, 13th PS) crashed 6 mi WNW of Warwick, UK Jul 24, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				12782 W/o 17 May 1943 at Thermal AAB, CA 
				12785 W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Orlando AB, FL 
				12786 (34th PRS) scrapped Nov 1945.
42-12787/12798		Lockheed P-38G-3-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7221/7232
				12791 w/o at Wright Field, OH while attempting a glider tug flight.
				12792 W/o 4 Nov 1943 at Orange County AAF, CA 
				12794 W/o 5 May 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA; repaired (?); w/o 8 Mar 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				12796 W/o 20 Sep 1942 at Roscoe, CA 
				12797 W/o 19 Nov 1943 at Ventura, CA 
				12798 W/o 19 Nov 1942 at McChord Field, WA 
42-12799/12866		Lockheed P-38G-5-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7233/7300
				12800 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Murder Point, AK
				12802 (82nd FG, 8th AF) British found this aircraft on a sunken ship and was towing it on a pontoon to Derry when it broke loose
					and washed up on shore near Donegal, Ireland Jan 9, 1943.  Aircraft was lost
				12814 (96th GFS, 82nd FG, 8th AF) got lost over Northern Ireland Dec 17, 1942 and pilot bailed out when got low on
					fuel.  Plane crashed vertically into a field near Corrintra, Castleblaney.  Pilot bailed out and survived.
				12815 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Windischgarsten, SE
					of Steyr, Austria Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2703.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				12823 W/o 4 Jan 1944 at Los Angeles, CA 
				12826 W/o 22 Sep 1942 at Newark Airport, NJ 
				12828 W/o 20 Sep 1942 at Lockheed Air Terminal, Burbank, CA 
				12830 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by 88 mm Flak SW of Cuglieri, Sardinia, Italy Jul 3, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 359.
				12832 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA Sep 4, 1943, Tyrrhenian Sea 75 mi from Palermo, Sicily.  MACR 640
					Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				12834 W/o 29 Aug 1944 at Triolo, Italty 
				12835 W/o 20 May 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				12836 W/o 10 Nov 1943 at Watsonville, CA
				12837 W/o 7 Nov 1942 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				12838 W/o 20 Nov 1942 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				12839 W/o 19 Oct 1943 at Salinas, CA 
				12840 W/o 15 Jan 1944 at Santa Ana, CA 
				12841 W/o 24 Nov 1942 at Otay Lake, CA 
				12842 W/o 27 Oct 1944 at Palmdale AAF, CA 
				12843 W/o 23 Jan 1943 at Tumwater, WA 
				12845 W/o 11 Nov 1943 at Point Loma, CA 
				12847 restoration project from PNG salvage, at Bankstown, Australia.  At Precision Aerospace.
				12848 (49th FG, 9th FS) shot down and crashed SE of Tobera
					Field, Rabaul, New Guinea Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1315.  Pilot KIA.  Wreck
					discovered in 2001 near Warongoi River, Papua New Guinea.
				12849 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed during landing at eastern edge of runway at Gurney airfield,
					Milne Bay, Papua New Guinea Apr 14, 1943.  Had to swerve to avoid collision with RAAF P-40.
					Pilot killed.
				12850 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed 15 mi S of Lae Morobe, Papua New aguine Sep 6, 1943 due
					to mechanioca failure.  Pilot killed.  MACR 6578
				12854 W/o 30 Sep 1942 at Lockheed Air Terminal, Burbank, CA 
				12856 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) collided with P-38G due to rain and bad weather Oct 13, 1943 
					over Horanda Oro, PapuaNew Guinea.  MACR 1104.  Pilot killed.
				12860 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed from unknown cause 13 Jul 1943 at Hercules Bay, Papua New Guinea.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				12863 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 20 Feb 1943 at Heuva Beach, Papua New Guinea
					after ran out of fuel.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				12866 fitted with experimental gun installation of 2 short-barrel 20-mm cannon
					and four 0.50-inch machine guns as part of XP-49 program.  
42-12867/12869		Lockheed P-38J-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1001/1003
				12867 to reclamation at Robbins AAF, GA Apr 30, 1946
				12868 w/o 15 Jan 1944 at Indianapolis, IN; surveyed at Wright AAF, OH Jan 18, 1944
				12869 surveyed at Eglin AAF, FL May 4, 1944.
42-12870/12966		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7304/7400
				12870 W/o 14 Jun 1944 at Vincenzo, Italy
				12874 (1st FG, 27th FS) forcelanded at Mateur, Tunisia Jul 27, 1943.
				12876 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop flown by Ofw Johann Pichler of JG 77/7 over 
					Mediterranean Eea E of Sardinia, Italy Jun 18, 1943.  MACR 1406.  Pilot KIA
				12878 (14th FG, 49th FS) damaged by fighter and ditched into sea W of Ischia Island, Italy Aug 27, 1943.
					MACR 510.  Pilot POW.
				12881 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Mateur, Tunesia
				12882 (1st FG) dove into ground at Bush farm near Great Sampford, England Jan 13, 1943.
				12883 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) lost from unknown cause at Benevento, Italy Aug 27, 1943, Italy.  MACR 502.
					Pilot killed.
				12887 (1st FG) lost Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 1692.
				12890 (1st FG, 71st FS) entered a cold front and crashed into Tyrrenian Sea 40 km W of Ischia, Italy 
					Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 992.  Pilot KIA.
				12892 (154th FG) lost Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3511
				12894 (82nd FG, 97th FS) shot down by Uffz Rudolf Philipp in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/12 NNE of Tirana, Albania Dec 10, 1943.  
					MACR 1480.  Pilot KIA
				12896 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down by Uffz Muller in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 53/7 and crashed near Vidcenza, Italy Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1624.  Pilot POW.
					Remains noted Jun 2004 at Museo Storici T. Dal Molin, Vicenza AP.
				12901 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG3/11 30 mi SWo of Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  
					MACR 572.  Pilot POW
				12905 (78th FG, 83nd FS) collided in midair with 42-12928
					Jan 26, 1943 over the Trough of Bowland, England while being 
					ferried from Lincolnshire to Ireland. Pilots of both aircraft killed.
					MACR 1494 dated Dec 30, 1943 wrongly refers to this plane, 
				12906 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down at Foggia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 486.  Pilot POW
				12908 W/o 21 Dec 1943 at Attu Island, AK 
				12909 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Murder Point, AK 
				12910 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/III. over Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 56. 
				12911 (1st FG) collided in midair with P-38G 42-13175 and crashed near Roccasecca, Italy Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 977.
					Pilot KIA.
				12918 (1st FG, 94th FS) bellylanded at Chateaudun, Algeria Apr 19, 1943. Repaired. Shot down by Uffz. Robert Koch in 
					Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/7. over sea 50 mi W of Oristano, Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943.
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 53. 
				12919 (71st FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943 near Ischia Island, Tyrrhenian Sea.  MACR 497
				12920 crashed near village of Croston, England Jan 15, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				12923 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/7 over
					Gulf of Orosei, Sardinia, Italy Jun 18, 1943.  MACR 19.  Pilot KIA
				12924 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AA at Foggia, Italy Sep 18, 1943.  MACR 715.  Pilot POW.
				12926 (2nd FTS) crashed 15 mi NE of Constantine, Tunisia Dec 8, 1943
					Pilot killed.
				12928 (78th FG, 82nd FS) collided with 42-12905 Jan 26, 1943 over the Trough of Bowland,
					England while being ferried from Lincolnshire to Ireland.
					Pilots of both aircraft killed.
				12932 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943. 
					 MACR 578. Pilot KIA
				12935 (1st FG, 27th FS) crashed into sea during dogfight near Ischia Island, Italy Aug 30, 1943.  MACR 495.
					Pilot KIA
				12936 W/o 26 May 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				12937 crashed Apr 9, 1943 at Calabasas, CA with Col. Ben Kelsey at controls.
					He had making a test run with the first dive flap installation, one wing
					and entire tail section came off in an inverted spin.  Kelsey suffered
					a broken ankle.
				12938 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/II. over Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 340.
				12941 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) in takeoff accident at San Pacrazio Aifrield, Salentino, Italy Oct 3, 1943.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed. Must have been repaired, since w/o 3 Oct 1943 at St Pancrazic, Tunesia 
				12945 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA Oct 14, 1943, W of Argos airfield, Greece.  MACR 974A.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				12947 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing in Italy Mar 29, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				12951 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV near Ischia Island, Italy Aug 28, 1943.  
					MACR 493.  Pilot POW, then escaped, evaded and returned in 1944.
				12952 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lecce Airfield, Italy Nov 2, 1943.  Pilot survived.
				12956 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lecce Airfield, Italy Nov 12, 1943.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft DBR.
				12961 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AAA at Palagonia, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 74. 
				12962 (14th FG) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2306
42-12967/12986		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7401/7420.  Originally built as P-38G-10-LO, redesignated F-5A-10-LO Jan 12, 1942.
				12967 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Apr 22, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 619.
				12968 w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Pueblo AAB, CO 
				12971 w/o 16 Apr 1943 at Branson, CO 
				12972 (4th PRG, 17th PRS) lost SW Pacific Dec 6, 1943.  MACR 1254.  Pilot KIA
				12973  w/o 8 Jul 1944 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
				12974 w/o 9 May 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				12975 redesignated XF-5D-LO Aug 5, 1943 after rebuilt with Plexiglas nose for
					prone observer and camera position.  Crashed 2 mi E of Cross Plains, TN Mar 22, 1945.
					To reclamation at Nashville, TN Apr 4, 1945.
				12977 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Aug 17, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 365 and 273
				12978 w/o 11 Dec 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				12979 w/o 25 Jan 1944 at Liphook, UK 
				12981 to Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					May 11, 1943 for unspecified trials.  Returned to USAAF
					May 27, 1943.  (7th PRG, 14th PRS) lost Eindhoven, The Netherlands Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5490
				12983 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Jul 2, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 44
				12986 w/o 10 Oct 1943 at Moffett Field, CA 
42-12987/13066		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7421/7500
				12987 (14th FG, 49th FS) collided in midair with P-38G 43-2499 over
					NE coast of Lavenzo Island, Italy Jun 18, 1943. Pilot POW. MACR 308.
				12988 (78th FG) crashed on takeoff from Portreath Feb 28, 1943
				12995 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by Fw. Muller in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 53/7 at St Bartolo di Ravenna, 15 km N of Ravenna, Italy
					Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 1494.  Pilot POW.  Engine and parts 
					recovered Sep 1999.  Not sure of the accuracy of the MACR
					number, since MACR 1494 also refers to 42-7493.
				12989 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 over Italy Dec 1, 1943.  
					MACR 1640.  Pilot KIA
				12998 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed after takeoff 8 mi N of St.Donat, Tunisia Jun 27, 1943.
				13000 (71st FS, 1st FG) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 near Ischia Island,
					Italy Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 372 (MACR has date being Aug 10).
					Pilot bailed out and later returned.
				13003 (71st FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 551
				13004 W/o 11 Dec 1942 at Mt Victory, OH 
				13008 W/o 25 Feb 1944 at Orange County AAF, CA 
				13010 W/o 7 Aug 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13012 W/o 30 May 1944 at Foggia, Italy
				13013 W/o 19 Jun 1944 at Triolo, Italy
				13014 (1st FG, 71st FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV near Ischia Island, Italy Aug 28, 1943.  
					MACR 500.  Pilot POW
				13017 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/R1 of JG 77/8 flown by Obfw Wichard Forster W of
					Lake Bolsena, Italy and crashed near Porto Clementino, Italy Oct 21, 1943.  Pilot returned.  MACR 993
				13019 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crash landed at Gerbini airfield, Sicily Sep 5, 1943.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.  W/o 15 Sep 1943 at Gerbin, Italy
				13024 W/o 1 Apr 1943 at Chateaudun-du-Rhumel, Algeria
				13025 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Triolo, Italy
				13026 (154th FG) lost Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4367
				13027 W/o 18 Aug 1944 at Aghione, France 
				13028 (82nd FG, 96th FS) collided with a shot down Bf 109G-6 and 
					42-13130 and all three crashed in Italy Dec 25, 1943.  
					MACR 1623.  Pilot POW
				13030 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 6 mi E of Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Apr 13, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				13031 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 5 mi SW of Kiukiang, China Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1052.
					Pilot killed.
				13042 (82nd FG, 96th FS, 12th AF) lost from unknown cause near coast near Manfredonia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  
					MACR 487.  Pilot KIA
				13044 (1st FG) lost Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 1691
				13045 (347th FS, 350th FG) lost Jun 7, 1943, Algeria.  MACR 18
				13052 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Mc.205 Veltr flown by Lt Carlo Cucci of 1st 
					Squadrliglia 1st Gruppo ANR 30 mi SW of Reggio Elima, Italy Apr 25, 1944.  MACR 4626.  Pilot killed.
				13054 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crash landed at Salsola airfield, Foggia, Italy Jun 24, 1944 after ran out
					of fuel. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13058 (1st FG, 71st FS) in landing accident at Mateur, Tunisia
					Aug 6, 1943.
				13059 (1st FG, 94th FS) bellylanded in Italy Oct 10, 1943
				13061 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 and ditched 50 km SW of Vententone Island, Italy Aug 30, 1943.  
					MACR 524.  Pilot POW
				13062 (82nd FG) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG-27/12 off Greece 
					and ditched into Gulf of Korinthos, Greece Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 925B.  Pilot KIA
				13066 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) collided in midair with another aircaft overVincenzo airfield, Foggia,
					Italy Feb 2, 1944 and crashed.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
42-13067/13126		Lockheed F-5A-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7501/7560
				13068 (3rd PRG, 5th PRS) shot down by AAA and crashlanded
					4 mi S of Cassino, Italy Dec 27, 1943.  MACR 2578.
					Pilot POW.
				13071 (3rd PRG) crashed into Mediterranean Sea 100 mi N. of
					Bizerte, Tunisia Nov 11, 1943.  MACR 1145.  Pilot KIA
				13073 assigned to  6th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, 8th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron at 14 Mile Drome 
					near Port Moresby. Shot down Jun 5, 1943 on a mission over the New Britain by a Japanese Ki-45 Nick. The pilot parachuted 
					into the jungle, where he barely survived for 31 days until found by local hunters who cared for him. 
					Later, he was taken to the camp of Australian Commandos who arranged his rescue, along with other American 
					and Australian aviators from behind enemy lines aboard submarine USS Gato on February 5, 1944.
				13074 W/o 24 Aug 1944 at Coffeyville AAF, KS 
				13076 W/o 3 Apr 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13077 (7th PRG, 13th PS) caught fire in flight and crashed at Wallingford, UK Jul 24, 1943.  Pilot bailed out.
				13080 bellylanded by Antoine de Saint-Exupery Feb 14, 1944.
				13081 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13083 W/o 10 Apr 1944 at Will Rogers Field, OK 
				13084 (MSN 222-7519) recovered Nov 1978 from swamp near Port Moresby
					and moved to National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.
				13087 W/o 25 Jan 1943 in Arizona
				13088 (8th PRS, 6th PRG) lost Sep 10, 1943, Papua New Guinea.  MACR 617
				13090 (6th PRG) lost Feb 9, 1944.  MACR 2174
				13092 (3rd PRG, 12th PRS) lost in bad weather during recon to Trieste Oct 7, 1943.  MACR 926.  Pilot MIA
				13099 W/o 18 Aug 1943 at Mount Farm, UK
				13100 (3rd PRG, 15th PS) lost in Greece Nov 9, 1943.  MACR 1310.  Pilot POW.
				13102 (6th PRG) lost Jul 2, 1944.  MACR 6296
				13103 W/o 9 Jul 1943 in Caribbean Sea
				13106 W/o 20 Jan 1943 at Lakeview, CA 
				13109  (3rd PRG, 5th PS) lost on recon mission to Marseille Jun 26, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 14561. 
				13110 (5th PRG) lost Apr 28, 1944.  MACR 4195
				13113 W/o 19 Feb 1943 at Marajo Island, Brazil 
				13118 W/o 12 May 1944 at Volturno, Italy
				13122 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Pomigiliano, Italy
				13123 (5th PRG) lost Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8368
				13124 (5th PRG) lost Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4224
				13125 W/o 17 Jun 1943 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				13126 (MSN 222-7560) to Free French AF
42-13127/13266		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7561/7700
				13130 (82nd FG, 96th FS) collided with a shot down Bf 109G-6 and
					42-13028 and all three crashed in Italy Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1626.
					Pilot KIA
				13132 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/11 30 mi SW of Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  
					MACR 579.  Pilot KIA
				13135 W/o 23 Mar 1943 at Carrobort, Algeria; repaired (?); 
					(1st FG, 27th FS) collided in midair with P-38 42-13149
					and crashed off Marina de Carrara, Italy Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1638.  Pilot POW
				13136 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Mateur, Tunesia
				13138 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/II Sicily, Italy Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 310
				13140 W/o 30 Dec 1943 at Triolo, Italy
				13143 (82nd FG, 97th FS) one engine failed and crashlanded near Volturno River near
					Naples, Italy Sep 28, 1943.  MACR 932.  Pilot POW.
				13146 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by small arms fire and crashed into sea off Galati, Italy Aug 17, 1943.
					MACR 413.  Pilot KIA
				13147 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/II Sicily, Italy Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 311
				13148 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Uffz Erhard Philip in 
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/6 over Gulf of StEufernia, Italy 
					Aug 7, 1943.  MACR 1515.  Pilot KIA
				13149 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38 42-13135
					and crashed off Marina di Carrara, Italy Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1791.  Pilot POW.
				13150 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf-109G-6 flown by Oblt Franz Schiess of JG 53/8 Aug 27, 1943, 
					40 km S of Capua, Italy.  MACR 549.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13152 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 over Italy Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 479.  Pilot POW.
				13156 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Mateur, Tunesia
				13161 W/o 24 Jun 1944 in Italy
				13163 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/III
					over Adriatic Sea off Jesolo, Italy Dec 2, 1943.  MACR 1468.
					Pilot KIA
				13164 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) crash landed at San Pancrazio airfield, Italy Oct 6, 1943.  Pilot 
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13167 W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Knoxville, TN 
				13172 (1st FG, 27th FS) crashed with steep glide 5 nm SW of Udine, Italy Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1637.  Cause may
					have been a malfunction of the oxygen system.
				13173 (83rd FG, 97th FS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf-109G-6 flown by unknown pilot from JG 53 or JG 77
					Jan 30, 1944 over Udine Airdrome, Italy.  MACR 2068.  Pilot KIA.
				13175 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 41-12911 and crashed near Roccasecca,
					Italy Oct 3, 1943.  MACR 976.  Pilot KIA
				13176 W/o 12 Feb 1943 at Knoxville, TN 
				13180 (82nd FG, 97th FS) shot down by a fighter 20 mi SW of Gerbini, Sicily, Italy Jul 4, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 72.
				13182 (1st FG, 94th FS) crashed on landing in Italy Oct 9, 1943
				13183 W/o 21 Feb 1943 at Amarillo AAF, TX 
				13184 W/o 14 Aug 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13185 (14th FG) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2307
				13187 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near 5 mi NW of Logia di Patria, Italy
					in Tyrrenian Sea, Ischia Island, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 577.  Pilot KIA
				13189 (82nd FG, 95th FS) crashed on takeoff 1 mi N of Lecce, Italy
					Nov 14, 1943.  Pilot died of injuries.
				13192 1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by ground fire 5 mi W of Caltanissetta, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 111. 
				13193 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed into Sea 3 mi
					off Locri, Italy Aug 10, 1943.  MACR 370.  Pilot POW.
				13194 (82nd FG, 97th FS) damaged by Bf 109G-6 of JG 3/IV and crashed during crashlanding at
					Bosco Tricase, Italy Aug 20, 1943.  MACR 436 and 437.  Pilot KIA
				13195 W/o 2 Sep 1944 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13197 W/o 17 Apr 1945 at Nagaghuli, India
				13199 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 3, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				13200 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 near Villa Lifeme Point off coast of Italy Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 571.  Pilot KIA
				13201 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) collided with P-38G near Morstar, Yugoslavia and crashed Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 1815.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13204 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Feb 2, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				13205 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA at Banjaluka airfield, Yugoslavia May 29, 1944.  MACR 5408
					Pilot killed.
				13206 (82nd FG, 96th FS, 15th AF) crashed in bad weather into Adriatic Sea 20 mi NW of Trikala, Greece 
					Nov 5, 1943.  MACR 1131.  Pilot KIA
				13210 (82nd FG, 95th FS) crashed into Mediterranean Sea between
					Italy and Greece Dec 8, 1943.  MACR 1466.  Pilot KIA
				13211 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed on Pag Island off coast of Yugoslavia in Adriatic Sea Feb 28, 1944.  
					MACR 2574.  Pilot killed.
				13212 (14th FG, 48th FS) hit by small arms fire and ditched SW of
					Caltagirone, Sicily, Italy Jul 13, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 336.  
				13216 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by AAA near Cape Spartivento, Sardinia 
					Aug 10, 1943.  MACR 352.  Pilot KIA.
				13218 W/o 8 Mar 1943 at Akron, OH 
				13219 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 43-2452 and crashed at Lake Lentini, Sicily, Italy Jul 11, 1943. 
					Pilot baled out and returned. MACR 101.
				13227 (27th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 552
				13228 (95th FS, 95th FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6/U4 flown by Ofw Max Winkler of JG 27/2 Apr 6, 1944
					NE of Varadzin near Karlovac, Yugoslavia.  MACR 3952.  Pilot bailed out but was found dead.
				13230 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Grombalia airfield, Tunisia Sep 26, 1943.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed
				13233 (37th FS, 14th FG) lost Aug 23, 1943, Tyrrhenian Sea.  MACR 488
				13234 (14th FG) lost Mar 17, 1944.  MACR 3213
				13237 W/o 29 Jul 1944 at Triolo, Italy 
				13238 (82nd FG, 95th FS, "Hallock") shot down by 1stLt Mihail
					Grigorov of 672nd Jato, Bulgarian AF at Debar, Macedonia
					Nov 14, 1943.  MACR 1603.  Pilot KIA
				13242 (71st FS, 1st FG) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 over
					Mediterranean S of Ventotene, Italy Aug 12, 1943.  MACR 348.
					(MACR has date being Aug 10).  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13243 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 42-13431 near Canino, Italy
					Oct 21, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and evaded. MACR 989
				13244 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) ditched 25 mi W and slightly N of Pola, Yugoslavia Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3214.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				13246  (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by a Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 77/III. over Sardinia, Italy Jun 24, 1943. 
					Pilot POW.  MACR 105. 
				13248 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 SW of Kiukiang Jiangxi, China Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1055.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				13249 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crash landed at Foggia main airfield, Italy due to engine failure Sep 7, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13251 W/o 13 Jun 1943 at Chateau-du-Rhumel, Tunesia
				13252 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 3, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13253 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 5 mi SW OF Kiukiang, China Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1053.
					Pilot killed.
				13254 (1st FG, 71st FS) crashed in Tunisia Nov 10, 1943 while on
					test flight.  MACR 1201.  Pilot killed
				13255 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Lomita, CA 
				13258 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 523
				13260 W/o 31 Mar 1943 at Memphis, TN 
				13261 W/o 21 Feb 1944 at Orange Co AAF, CA 
				13262 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit Sep 2, 1943 
					near Ischia Island, Tyrrhenian Sea.  MACR 574.  Pilot killed.
				13263 W/o 17 Jul 1943 at La Mesa, CA 
				13265 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico 
42-13267/13326		Lockheed F-5A-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7701/7760
				13270 W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Bishnupur, India
				13274 W/o 7 Dec 1943 at Atona, Italy 
				13275 (5th PRG, 15th PRS) lost over Adriatic Sea 11 km E of Grottammare,
					Italy Nov 15, 1943.  MACR 1121.  Pilot POW
				13276 W/o 14 May 1945 at Chanyi, China 
				13277 crashed near Mt. Pleasant, TX Jun 11, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				13278 W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Pandaveswar, India
				13279 W/o 24 Nov 1943 at Mount Farm, UK
				13281 (3rd PRG, 15th PS) lost over Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 433.  Pilot KIA
				13282 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Zandery Field, Suriname 
				13283 W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Shangsze, China
				13284 (21st PRS) just after touchdown at Kunming nosewheel collapsed Feb 17, 1944. Pilot escaped, but 
					plane was destroyed by ensuing fire.
				13285 W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Kweilin, China 
				13287 (9th PRS, 8th PRG) lost Oct 5, 1943, India.  MACR 777
				13295 (9th PRS, 8th PRG) lost Sep 10, 1943, India.  MACR 649
				13297 (23rd FG) lost Sep 21, 1944.  MACR 9581
				13298 (5th PRG, 23rd PS) crashed at Yundum Field, Gambia Jun 25, 1943.
				13299 (9th PRS, 8th PRG) lost Sep 13, 1943, India.  MACR 646
				13300 W/o 16 May 1943 at Love Field, TX 
				13303 (30th PRS) flown over Normandy defenses May 19, 1944 and
					May 20, 1944.
				13304 (3rd PRG) lost over Mediterranean Nov 6, 1943.  MACR 1123.  Pilot MIA
				13306 (5th PRG, 23rd PS) crashed into Atlantic in rain squall 70-80 mi SW of Roberts Field, Liberia Jul 3, 1943. 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 439. 
				13307 W/o 29 Jun 1944 at Lesina, Italy 
				13309 (3rd PRG) lost Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 7995
				13310 (3rd PRG) lost Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 8008
				13312 (7th PRG, 14th PRS, "Lu Mar") crashed due to low clouds at
					Newberry, UK Dec 11, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				13314 (5th PRG) lost Oct 27, 1943.  MACR 1114
				13315 W/o 4 Oct 1944 at Casa di Brolio, Italy 
				13318 (5th PRG) lost Apr 12, 1944.  MACR 3963.  Data base has
					date of Jan 12, 1944, which is wrong.
				13319 (3rd PRG) lost Feb 14, 1944.  MACR 2400
				13320 W/o 25 May 1945 at Chipperfield, UK
				13322 (7th PRG, 22nd PRS) crashed 5 mi SW of Charmy, UK Dec 31, 1943.
					Pilot killed.
				13325 W/o 28 Apr 1944 at Carinola, Italy
				13326 W/o 9 Jul 1943 in Caribbean Sea 
42-13327/13557		Lockheed P-38G-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 222-7761/7991
				13327 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13331 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Lomita, CA
				13333 W/o 18 Jan 1944 at Dume Pt, CA 
				13334 W/o 9 Jan 1944 at NAS San Diego, CA 
				13336 W/o 13 Feb 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13337 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at Greenville, CA 
				13338 W/o 24 Dec 1943 at Holister, CA 
				13339 W/o 29 Nov 1943 at Oxnard, CA 
				13340 W/o 20 Jun 1943 at Glendale, CA 
				13341 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13342 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Fillmore, CA 
				13345 W/o 24 Jan 1944 at Long Beach AAF, CA 
				13346 W/o 19 Jul 1943 at Glendale, CA 
				13347 W/o 7 Sep 1944 at San Sola, Italy
				13348 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13350 W/o 22 Oct 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA; repaired (?); w/o 13 Feb 1944 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13352 W/o 30 May 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				13353 W/o 19 Jan 1945 at Oxnard AAAF, CA 
				13354 W/o 26 Jan 1945 at Ojai, CA 
				13356 W/o 12 Jun 1943 at Love Field, TX 
				13357 W/o 29 Apr 1944 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13361 (339th FS, 347th FG) lost Jul 17, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 82
				13365 (14th FG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 1794
				13366 (14th FG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 1795
				13370 (1st FG) lost Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 1821
				13371 (14th FG) lost Jan 13, 1944.  MACR 1817
				13372 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 W of Castel Volturno, Italy Aug 20, 1943.  MACR 425.
					Pilot KIA
				13373 W/o 28 Apr 1943 at Coyote Wells, CA 
				13375 W/o 15 Nov 1944 at Chico, CA 
				13376 W/o 11 Apr 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13377 scrapped Ontario, California in 1946.
				13378 W/o 14 Apr 1943 at Roserita Beach, Mexico 
				13379 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13381 (329th FG, 330th FS) ditched in lake near Torrey Pines, CA May 28, 1943
					after props hit water during low-level flying.  Pilot
					suffered only minor injuries.  The plane is still down there.
				13382 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Palmdale, CA 
				13383 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13384 W/o 13 May 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13386 W/o 26 Apr 1943 en route Balboa to San Satalina Island, CA 
				13387 W/o 8 May 1943 at San Fernando, CA 
				13388 W/o 29 Apr 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13389 W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Huntington Beach, CA 
				13390 W/o 30 May 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13391 W/o 22 Jan 1944 at Santa Maria, CA; repaired (?); w/o 12 May 1944 at Tubbs Island, CA
				13392 W/o 26 Mar 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13397 W/o 29 Jun 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13398 (14th FG, 49th FS) shot down by AAA at Foggia, Italy Sep 18, 1943.  MACR 714.  Pilot KIA
				13400 (MSN 222-7834) crashed Attu Island Jan 1, 1945 on training mission. Registered to American Veterans Memorial 
					Museum1Sep 11, 1984. Canx Jun 12, 2013. Not recovered by AVMM and remained at crash site
					Recovered Jun 1999, registered as N55929 but NTU.  Restored
					and currently on display at McCloud Memorial Park, Elmendorf
					AFB, Alaska. Also reported 1988 at American Veterans Memorial Museum,
					Denver, CO.
				13402 (82nd FG, 95th FS) shot down at Foggia, Italy Aug 25, 1943.  MACR 385.  Pilot KIA
				13403 (1st FG) lost over Austria Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 2031
				13404 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) in forced landing at Kunming airfield (A-13), Kunming Yunnan, China
					Dec 15, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13405 W/o 30 Oct 1943 at Orange County AAF, CA 
				13407 W/o 17 Apr 1944 in Alaska
				13408 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 in Anking, China area Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6147.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				13410 (49th FS, 14th FG) lost Aug 29, 1943, Italy.  MACR 512
				13411 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Sep 9, 1943, Italy.  MACR 693
				13412 (94th FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 30, 1943, Italy.  MACR 521
				13413 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by small arms fire and crashed Catania, Italy Aug 17, 1943.  MACR 410.
					Pilot KIA
				13414 (82nd FG, 96th FS) shot down by AAA and crashed into a flak tower at Grazzanise, Italy Sep 4, 1943.  MACR 641.
					Pilot KIA
				13415 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 S of Kiukiang Jiangxi, China Oct 30, 1043.  MACR 1054.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture, aided by Chinese Communists who helped him back to friendly lines.
				13416 W/o 15 Apr 1944 at Foggia, Italy
				13419 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in forced landing 1 mi NE of Lecce airfield, Italy Dec 4, 1943.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				13421 (1st FG, 27th FS) shot down by Fw. Alfred Scharl in Bf 109G-6 of JG53/6
					W of Bolsena, Italy Oct 24, 1943.  Pilot KIA. MACR 1642
				13423 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with Bf 109G-6 near Casa Cantone, Italy Aug 30, 1943.  MACR 498.  Pilot KIA
				13425 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53 over Italy Aug 20, 1943.  MACR 455.  Pilot POW.
				13428 crashed on takeoff at Lydda, Palestine Jul 14, 1943.
				13430 (14th FG, 48th FS) shot down by small arms fire and crashed into sea off Galati, Italy Aug 17, 1943.  
					MACR 412.  Pilot KIA.
				13431 (1st FG, 71st FS) collided in midair with P-38G 42-13243 near Canino, Italy 
					Oct 21, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and returned.  MACR 991
				13433 (71st FS, 1st FG) lost Aug 25, 1943, Foggia, Italy.  MACR 520
				13434 W/o 16 Apr 1943 at Kansas City, MO 
				13435 W/o 4 Jul 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA 
				13438 (82nd FG, HQ) shot down by Oblt Franz Schiess in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/8 2 km W of Grazzanise, Italy
					Aug 26, 1943.  MACR 504.  Pilot POW, later escaped and returned.
				13440 W/o 27 Oct 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA 
				13441 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Salinas AAF, CA 
				13442 W/o 31 Aug 1944 at Sal Sola, Italy
				13443 (1st FG, 94th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6/trop  of JG 77/II Sicily, Italy Jun 20, 1943.  MACR 312
				13445 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13446 W/o 27 Jul 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13447 (14th FG) lost Jan 20, 1944.  MACR 1990
				13450 W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Muroc, CA 
				13451 W/o 4 Sep 1944 at Triolo, Italy 
				13452 (14th FG) lsot Mar 30, 1944.  MACR 3692
				13453 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at Greenville, CA 
				13457 W/o 10 Feb 1944 at Foggia, Italy
				13458 W/o 31 Aug 1944 at Chico AAF, CA
				13459 W/o 2 Jul 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13460 (1st FG) lost Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 4374
				13463 crashed Saugus, CA Jun 30, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				13464 in midair collision with P-38H 42-66797 Mar 4, 1944 over Camarillo, CA.
					Both pilots parachuted to safety.  Right engine from 42-13464 is on
					display at Commemorative AF Museum at Camarillo Airport in
					Ventura Count.
				13465 (1st FG, 71st FS) damaged by Bf 109G-6 and crashed into sea between Ischia Island and Sicily Aug 30, 1943.  
					MACR 499.  Pilot POW.
				13466 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Point Loma, CA 
				13468 W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Steubenville, OH; repaired (?); w/o 7 Sep 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13469 W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Carlsbad, CA 
				13470 to Chad
				13472 (82nd FG, 96th FS) nosed over on landing at Lecce, Italy Dec 25, 1943.  Salvaged.
				13474 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13475 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) aircraft modified to two-seater.  Crashed from unknown cause 4 mi NW
					of Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 21, 1944.  Both pilot and passenger were killed.
				13477 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Los Angeles, CA 
				13478 W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Lomita, CA 
				13479 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13480 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13481 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13482 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Coso Junction Airport, CA 
				13483 W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13484 W/o 7 Jun 1944 at Concord, CA 
				13485 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13487 (82nd FG, 96th FS) crashed into Adriatic Sea off Vasto,
					Italy in bad weather Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 3177
				13488 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13489 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13490 W/o 9 Jul 1943 at Muroc AAB, CA 
				13491 W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Patterson Field, OH 
				13492 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13493 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at McChord Field, WA 
				13494 W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Harpers Lake, CA 
				13495 crashed near Littlerock, CA Mar 24, 1944.
				13496 W/o 9 Mar 1944 at Santa Maria AAF, CA 
				13498 W/o 16 Oct 1943 en route Catalina and Newport Beach, CA 
				13499 (1st FG, 27th FS) damaged by a Me-109G-6/Trop of JG 77/II and crashed at Chateaudun-du-Rhumel, Algeria 
					Jun 20, 1943.  Pilot injured. 
				13500 (339th FS, 18th FG) lost Jul 3, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 199 and 40
				13505 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13506 W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Olympia, WA 
				13507 W/o 15 May 1945 at Tacoma, WA 
				13509 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13510 W/o 11 Feb 1944 at Etiwanda, CA 
				13511 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Oxnard, CA 
				13514 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13515 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13516 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13517 W/o 18 Jun 1944 at Palmdale, CA 
				13519 W/o 31 May 1943 at Avalon, CA 
				13520 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13521 collided in midar with 43-28382 28 mi from Muroc AAB, California Jun 27, 1944.  Both pilots killed.
				13522 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Lomita, CA 
				13523 W/o 5 Jul 1943 at Santa Ana AAB, CA 
				13524 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13525 W/o 5 May 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13526 W/o 6 Jun 1943 at Orange County Airport, CA 
				13527 W/o 5 Dec 1943 at Santa Maria, CA 
				13528 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Catalina Island, CA 
				13529 W/o 26 Apr 1944 at Newport Beach, CA 
				13530 W/o 2 Dec 1943 at Hunter-Liggett Bomb & Gunnery Range, CA 
				13532 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13533 W/o 4 Jun 1943 at Santa Barbara, CA 
				13534 Conv to TP-38G; w/o 7 Feb 1945 at Love Field, Dallas, TX 
				13537 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13538 W/o 3 Aug 1943 at Nashville, TN 
				13539 W/o 28 Jun 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
				13541 W/o 14 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				13542 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13543 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13544 W/o 28 Apr 1944 at Alexai, AK 
				13545 W/o 18 Mar 1945 at Casco, AK
				13546 W/o 29 Oct 1943 at Shemya, AK 
				13549 W/o 26 Apr 1944 at Charlie Strip, AK 
				13550 W/o 6 Jul 1945 at Casco Field, AK
				13551 W/o 3 Jul 1945 at Casco Field, AK
				13552 W/o 26 Aug 1943 at Amchitka AAF, AK 
				13554 W/o 16 Jul 1943 at Van Nuys AAF, CA 
				13555 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13556 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13557 W/o 7 Apr 1944 at Point Dume, CA 
42-13558		Lockheed P-38K-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1004.  Model 422-85-14 prototype using P-38G-10-LO airframe with P-38J style engine and nacelle.
					installation.	W/o 22 Oct 1945 at Donley, NC 	
42-13559		Lockheed P-38H-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1005.  W/o 30 Oct 1944 at Xenia, OH 
42-13560/13566		Lockheed P-38J-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-1006/1012
				13560 Wfu at RFC Ontario, CA
				13561 W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Portsmouth, OH 
				13562 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Ontario AAF, CA 
				13564 to F-5C-1-LO
				13565 used winter 1943/4 by Cold Weather Test Detachment at 
					Ladd Field, Fairbanks, AK to provide information on cold weather 
					operation; aircraft fitted with 54 temperature sensors and 
					retractable ski undercarriage.
42-13567		Lockheed C-66 Lodestar
				MSN 18-2148. Civilian Model 18-10 taken over during construction and fitted with
				executive interior.  To RAF as EW980 (ntu).  Transfered to Brazil as FAB 01, later 2008.
				Used as personal aircraft for President Vargas, sold to EEAR
				Oct 2, 1963, scrapped Nov 12, 1971.
42-13568		Brewster XA-32
				Wfu 1945 at Wright Field, OH
42-13569		Brewster XA-32
				Conv to XA-32A; conv to XA-32 again
42-13570		Consolidated XB-36
				Participated in a series of tests with Caterpillar tracked landing gear.  WFU as fire trainer
42-13571		Consolidated YB-36
				Later converted to YB-36A.  Converted to RB-36E 
				configuration.  Donated to AF Museum and put on
				display in 1957, but scrapped when Museum moved to new
				quarters.  Scrapped aircraft saved by Walter Soplata
				and was stored on his land in Newbury, Ohio.  Believed to have
				been cut-up in mid-1972.  Fuselage, wings, and two engines
				are believed to be still there.
42-13572/13583		Fairchild UC-61 Forwarder
				MSN 308/319.  To RAF as EV800/EV811.
				13572 (MSN 308) to RAF as Argus II EV800 (HM264 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jan 9, 1945.
				13573 (MSN 309) to RAF as Argus II EV801 (HM265 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
				13574 (MSN 310) to RAF as Argus II EV802 (HM266 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Retained in USA as personal aircraft
					for Gen. Duncan, not delivered to RAF.  W/o Aug 7, 1942
					when flew into high ground near Rivington, England Aug 7, 1942
					so it must have made it to the UK.
				13575 (MSN 311) to RAF as Argus II EV803 (HM267 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jun 1, 1945.
				13576 (MSN 312) to RAF as Argus II EV804 (HM268 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jun 21, 1945.
				13577 (MSN 313) to RAF as Argus II EV805 (HM269 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Sold to Connors Aircraft Dec 20, 1946.  Transferred to US Field Commissioner,
					London Feb 18, 1947.  Registered CS-ACX to Shand Kydd Ltd, Lisbon in 1947.  Cancelled Jul 9, 1967
					as sold abroad.  Registered CR-LEX
				13578 (MSN 314) to RAF as Argus II EV806 (HM270 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947.  To G-AKJM Oct 8, 1947, then to VH-AVN and
					now current as F-AZCF.
				13579 (MSN 315) to RAF as Argus II EV807 (HM271 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Jul 14, 1945.
				13580 (MSN 316) to RAF as Argus II EV808 (HM272 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  Returned to USAAF Apr 15, 1947.
				13581 (MSN 317) to RAF as Argus II EV809 (HM273 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Aug 28, 1945.
				13582 (MSN 318) to RAF as Argus II EV810 (HM274 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Aug 28, 1945.
				13583 (MSN 319) to RAF as Argus II EV811 (HM275 subsequently
					allocated but NTU).  SOC Aug 6, 1945.
42-13584/13601		Douglas A-33
				Northrop/Douglas Model 8A-5, MSN 715/750 bought by Norway as an attack bomber for the Royal Norwegian 
					Army Air Service. After the German occupation of Norway they were diverted to the Norwegian 
					flying training centre known as ‘Little Norway’ at Toronto Island, Canada.   Norwegian serials were 
					D-1/D-36, later 301/371 [odd numbers only].   They were considered unsuited for training, Peru offering
					to purchase the 18 survivors.  The State Department objected because of fears that they might be used 
					against Ecuador.  It was proposed that these planes be delivered instead to the Soviet Union under Lend-Lease,
					but both Peru and Norway objected.  Consequently, the USAAF took over owership of these planes Dec 9, 1941.
					under the designation of A-33 and assigned the serials 42-13584/13601.
				13584 (MSN 727) SOC Sept 29, 1944
				13585 (MSN 728) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13586 (MSN 736) SOC Mar 31, 1945.
				13587 (MSN 725) SOC Oct 12, 1944
				13588 (MSN 735) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13589 (MSN 730) condemned June 15, 1942
				13590 (MSN 731) in accident May 1, 1942.  SOC.
				13591 (MSN 732) total loss May 3, 1943
				13592 (MSN 733) in accident Feb 19, 1942.  Total loss May 3, 1943
				13593 (MSN 734) in accident Oct 19, 1942, SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13594 (MSN 718) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13595 (MSN 719) in accident July 26, 1943, SOC Feb 16, 1945
				13596 (MSN 720) in accident Mar 10, 1943, SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13597 (MSN 723) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13598 (MSN 724) in accident Jul 24, 1942.  Condemned Feb 11, 1943
				13599 (MSN 726) in accident Dec 21, 1943.  SOC Oct 2, 1943
				13600 (MSN 729) SOC Sept 26, 1944
				13601 (MSN 737) SOC Sept 26, 1944
42-13602		Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman
				MSN 82.  Transferred from the RCAF to the USAAF for service trials to prove the suitability of the Norseman for USAAF service. 
				Was Canadian AF 3538. To USAAF March 24, 1942; Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska; Elmendorf AFB, 
				Anchorage, Alaska March 28, 1942.
42-13603		Northrop XB-35
				MSN 1484.  Converted to ERB-35; wfu and scrapped 2 Feb 1950 
42-13604/13610		Kellett XO-60
				First six became YO-60.
				13604 to CL-26 Oct 17, 1942.  W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Philadelphia, PA
				13605 to reclamation at Robbins AAF, GA Oct 23, 1944
				13606 to reclamation at Robbins AAF, GA Oct 23, 1944
				13607 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 21, 1944.
				13608 to reclamation at Kelly AAF, TX Jul 3, 1945
				13609 to DPC at Bush Field Dec 21, 1944
				13610 (MSN 118) to storage at Freeman AAF, Seymour IN Jul 26, 1945.  Now at
					National Air and Space Museum. Reported Sep 2006 at Udvar-Hazy Center,
					Chantilly, VA.
42-13611/13616		Pitcairn YO-61
				Cancelled. Was designed by Pitcairn but was to be built by AGA Aviation
42-13617/13806		Cessna AT-17A
				MSN 2301/2490 To RAF as Crane IA FJ100/FJ289 but NTU.  All directly to Royal Canadian AF. 
				13617/13716 (MSN 2301/2400) RAF FJ100/FJ199 given RCAF serials 8751/8850.
					13617 (MSN 2301) To RAF as FJ100 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8751; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13618 (MSN 2302) To RAF as FJ101 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8752; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13619 (MSN 2303) To RAF as FJ102 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8753; w/o Dec 1943
					13620 (MSN 2304) To RAF as FJ103 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8754; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13621 (MSN 2305) To RAF as FJ104 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8755; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13622 (MSN 2306) To RAF as FJ105 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8756; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-CTT
					13623 (MSN 2307) To RAF as FJ106 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8757; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58906
					13624 (MSN 2308) To RAF as FJ107 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8758; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N5700N
					13625 (MSN 2309) To RAF as FJ108 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8759; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N69087 on 5 Oct 1955; to Mexico on 16 Jan 1956
					13626 (MSN 2310) To RAF as FJ109 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8760; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FQP
					13627 (MSN 2311) To RAF as FJ110 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8761; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13628 (MSN 2312) To RAF as FJ111 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8762; w/o 24 Dec 1942 at Monarch, Canada
					13629 (MSN 2313) To RAF as FJ112 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8763; w/o 4 May 1942 at Claresholm, Canada
					13630 (MSN 2314) To RAF as FJ113 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8764; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13631 (MSN 2315) To RAF as FJ114 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8765; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49486
					13632 (MSN 2317) To RAF as FJ115 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8766; wfu 23 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13633 (MSN 2318) To RAF as FJ116 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8767; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13634 (MSN 2319) To RAF as FJ118 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8769; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13635 (MSN 2320) To RAF as FJ119 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8770; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13637 (MSN 2321) To RAF as FJ120 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8771; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13638 (MSN 2322) To RAF as FJ121 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8772; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13639 (MSN 2323) To RAF as FJ122 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8773; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13640 (MSN 2324) To RAF as FJ123 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8774; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13641 (MSN 2325) To RAF as FJ124 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8775; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13642 (MSN 2326) To RAF as FJ125 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8776; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13643 (MSN 2327) To RAF as FJ126 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8777; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation 
					13644 (MSN 2328) To RAF as FJ127 (ntu), to Royal Canadian AF as 8778, then CF-BTA.  Noted recently in Reynolds 
						Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta
					13645 (MSN 2329) To RAF as FJ128 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8779; w/o Aug 1943
					13646 (MSN 2330) To RAF as FJ129 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8780; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13647 (MSN 2331) To RAF as FJ130 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8781; w/o Sep 1944 at Yorkton, Canada
					13648 (MSN 2332) To RAF as FJ131 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8782; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13649 (MSN 2333) To RAF as FJ132 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8783; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13650 (MSN 2334) To RAF as FJ133 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8784; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49487
					13651 (MSN 2335) To RAF as FJ134 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8785; wfu 17 Apr 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13652 (MSN 2336) To RAF as FJ135 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8786; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13653 (MSN 2337) To RAF as FJ136 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8787; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13654 (MSN 2338) To RAF as FJ137 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8788; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58909
					13655 (MSN 2339) To RAF as FJ138 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8789; w/o 8 Aug 1942 at Yorkton, Canada
					13656 (MSN 2340) To RAF as FJ139 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8790; w/o 15 Sep 1944 at Saskatoon, Canada
					13657 (MSN 2341) To RAF as FJ140 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8791; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GEA
					13658 (MSN 2342) To RAF as FJ141 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8792; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13659 (MSN 2343) To RAF as FJ142 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8793; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13660 (MSN 2344) To RAF as FJ143 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8794; wfu 5 Nov1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13661 (MSN 2345) To RAF as FJ144 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8795; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13662 (MSN 2346) To RAF as FJ145 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8796; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13663 (MSN 2347) To RAF as FJ146 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8797 (ntu); w/o before delivery (?)
					13664 (MSN 2348) To RAF as FJ147 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8798; wfu 6 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13665 (MSN 2349) To RAF as FJ148 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8799; wfu 16 Jul 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13666 (MSN 2350) To RAF as FJ149 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8800; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13667 (MSN 2351) To RAF as FJ150 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8801; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13668 (MSN 2352) To RAF as FJ151 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8802; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13669 (MSN 2353) To RAF as FJ152 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8803; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13670 (MSN 2354) To RAF as FJ153 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8804; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13671 (MSN 2355) To RAF as FJ154 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8805; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13672 (MSN 2356) To RAF as FJ155 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8806; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13673 (MSN 2357) To RAF as FJ156 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8807; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13674 (MSN 2358) To RAF as FJ157 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8808; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13675 (MSN 2359) To RAF as FJ158 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8809; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13676 (MSN 2360) To RAF as FJ159 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8810; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13677 (MSN 2361) To RAF as FJ160 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8811; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GEA
					13678 (MSN 2362) To RAF as FJ161 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8812; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13679 (MSN 2363) To RAF as FJ162 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8813; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13680 (MSN 2364) To RAF as FJ163 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8814; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13681 (MSN 2365) To RAF as FJ164 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8815; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EIK
					13682 (MSN 2366) To RAF as FJ165 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8816; w/o Jun 1944
					13683 (MSN 2367) To RAF as FJ166 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8817; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZZ
					13684 (MSN 2368) To RAF as FJ167 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8818; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13685 (MSN 2369) To RAF as FJ168 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8819; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13686 (MSN 2370) To RAF as FJ169 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8820; wfu 8 Apr 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49485
					13687 (MSN 2371) To RAF as FJ170 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8821; wfu 17 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13688 (MSN 2372) To RAF as FJ171 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8822; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13689 (MSN 2373) To RAF as FJ172 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8823; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N7909A; wfu 1956
					13690 (MSN 2374) To RAF as FJ173 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8824; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13691 (MSN 2375) To RAF as FJ174 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8825; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13692 (MSN 2376) To RAF as FJ175 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8826; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FXY.  By 1955 was CF-FXY of Quebecair Inc.
					13693 (MSN 2377) To RAF as FJ176 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8827; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GGQ
					13694 (MSN 2378) To RAF as FJ177 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8828; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13695 (MSN 2379) To RAF as FJ178 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8829; wfu 4 Sep 1946
					13696 (MSN 2380) To RAF as FJ179 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8830; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13697 (MSN 2381) To RAF as FJ180 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8831; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13698 (MSN 2382) To RAF as FJ181 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8832; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZG
					13699 (MSN 2383) To RAF as FJ182 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8833; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13700 (MSN 2384) To RAF as FJ183 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8834; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GSC
					13701 (MSN 2385) To RAF as FJ184 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8835; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13702 (MSN 2386) To RAF as FJ185 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8836; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13703 (MSN 2387) To RAF as FJ186 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8837; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13704 (MSN 2388) To RAF as FJ187 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8838; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13705 (MSN 2389) To RAF as FJ188 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8839; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13706 (MSN 2390) To RAF as FJ189 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8840; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13707 (MSN 2391) To RAF as FJ190 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8841; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13708 (MSN 2392) To RAF as FJ191 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8842; w/o May 1944
					13709 (MSN 2393) To RAF as FJ192 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8843; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13710 (MSN 2394) To RAF as FJ193 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8844; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13711 (MSN 2395) To RAF as FJ194 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8845; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJO
					13712 (MSN 2396) To RAF as FJ195 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8846; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13713 (MSN 2397) To RAF as FJ196 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8847; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13714 (MSN 2398) To RAF as FJ197 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8848; w/o 17 Aug 1944 at Dauphin, Canada
					13715 (MSN 2399) To RAF as FJ198 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8849; wfu 24 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EQZ
					13716 (MSN 2400) To RAF as FJ199 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as 8850; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
				13717/13756 (MSN 2401/2440) RAF FJ200/FJ239 for operation by Royal Canadian AF use in Canada under RAF serials
					13717 (MSN 2401) To RAF as FJ200 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ200; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13718 (MSN 2402) To RAF as FJ201 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ201; wfu 5 Feb 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13719 (MSN 2403) To RAF as FJ202 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ202; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13720 (MSN 2404) To RAF as FJ203 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ203; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GMP
					13721 (MSN 2405) To RAF as FJ204 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ204; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13722 (MSN 2406) To RAF as FJ205 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ205; wfu 20 Jul 1944
					13723 (MSN 2407) To RAF as FJ206 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ206; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13724 (MSN 2408) To RAF as FJ207 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ207; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EZA
					13725 (MSN 2409) To RAF as FJ208 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ208; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13726 (MSN 2410) To RAF as FJ209 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ209; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58908
					13727 (MSN 2411) To RAF as FJ210 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ210; w/o 13 Jan 1945 at Dauphn, Canada
					13728 (MSN 2412) To RAF as FJ211 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ211; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13729 (MSN 2413) To RAF as FJ212 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ212; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13730 (MSN 2414) To RAF as FJ213 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ213; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13731 (MSN 2415) To RAF as FJ214 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ214; w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Saskatoon, Canada
					13732 (MSN 2416) To RAF as FJ215 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ215; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13733 (MSN 2417) To RAF as FJ216 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ216; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13734 (MSN 2418) To RAF as FJ217 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ217; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13735 (MSN 2419) To RAF as FJ218 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ218; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13736 (MSN 2420) To RAF as FJ219 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ219; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13737 (MSN 2421) To RAF as FJ220 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ220; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13738 (MSN 2422) To RAF as FJ221 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ221; wfu 22 Jun 1944
					13739 (MSN 2423) To RAF as FJ222 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ222; wfu 12 Nov 1943
					13740 (MSN 2424) To RAF as FJ223 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ223; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13741 (MSN 2425) To RAF as FJ224 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ224; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJP
					13742 (MSN 2426) To RAF as FJ225 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ225; wfu 26 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EJQ; to N65677
					13743 (MSN 2427) To RAF as FJ226 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ226; wfu 24 Jun 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13744 (MSN 2428) To RAF as FJ227 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ227; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FDR
					13745 (MSN 2429) To RAF as FJ228 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ228; wfu 7 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N58912
					13746 (MSN 2430) To RAF as FJ229 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ229; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N68176
					13747 (MSN 2431) To RAF as FJ230 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ230; w/o 25 Sep 1944 at Brandon, Canada
					13748 (MSN 2432) To RAF as FJ231 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ231; wfu 5 Feb 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13749 (MSN 2433) To RAF as FJ232 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ232; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13750 (MSN 2434) To RAF as FJ233 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ233; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13751 (MSN 2435) To RAF as FJ234 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ234; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FDS
					13752 (MSN 2436) To RAF as FJ235 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ235; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GDF
					13753 (MSN 2437) To RAF as FJ236 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ236; wfu 8 Oct 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-DJP
					13754 (MSN 2438) To RAF as FJ237 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ237; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13755 (MSN 2439) To RAF as FJ238 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ238; w/o 7 Apr 1943 at Brandon, Canada
					13756 (MSN 2440) To RAF as FJ239 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ239; w/o 14 Feb 1945 at St. Thomas, Canada
				13757/13764 (MSN 2441/2448) RAF FJ240/FJ247) cancelled.  To Pan American at Miami as 42-13757/13764 to
					train ferry pilots for the South Atlantic ferry route.
				13765/13806 (MSN 2449/2490) RAF FJ248/FJ289 for use by Royal Canadian AF under RAF serials
					13765 (MSN 2449) To RAF as FJ248 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ248; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-EIJ
					13766 (MSN 2450) To RAF as FJ249 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ249; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13767 (MSN 2451) To RAF as FJ250 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ250; wfu 27 May 1943 as instructional airframe
					13768 (MSN 2452) To RAF as FJ251 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ251; wfu 23 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N49369
					13769 (MSN 2453) To RAF as FJ252 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ252; w/o 25 Jul 1943 at Sutherland, Canada
					13770 (MSN 2454) To RAF as FJ253 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ253; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13771 (MSN 2455) To RAF as FJ254 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ254; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13772 (MSN 2456) To RAF as FJ255 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ255; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13773 (MSN 2457) To RAF as FJ256 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ256; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13774 (MSN 2458) To RAF as FJ257 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ257; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13775 (MSN 2459) To RAF as FJ258 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ258; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13776 (MSN 2460) To RAF as FJ259 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ259; wfu 12 Jun 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-DIC
					13777 (MSN 2461) To RAF as FJ260 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ260; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13778 (MSN 2462) To RAF as FJ261 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ261; w/o 15 Sep 1942 at Brandon, Canada
					13779 (MSN 2463) To RAF as FJ262 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ262; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13780 (MSN 2464) To RAF as FJ263 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ263; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13781 (MSN 2465) To RAF as FJ264 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ264; wfu 30 Mar 1948 at War Assets Corporation
					13782 (MSN 2466) To RAF as FJ265 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ265; wfu 4 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-FOR
					13783 (MSN 2467) To RAF as FJ266 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ266; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13784 (MSN 2468) To RAF as FJ267 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ267; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13785 (MSN 2469) To RAF as FJ268 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ268; wfu 18 Dec 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N7912A
					13786 (MSN 2470) To RAF as FJ269 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ269; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13787 (MSN 2471) To RAF as FJ270 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ270; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13788 (MSN 2472) to RAF as FJ271 (ntu), to Royal Canadian AF as FJ271.  wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation;
						Registered CF-GET.  Registered as T-50 NC68779, N68779.  WFU Jun 28, 1976.  Sale reported Jan 14, 1977, 
						registration cancelled.
					13789 (MSN 2473) To RAF as FJ272 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ272; w/o 10 Jan 1943 at Yorkton, Canada
					13790 (MSN 2474) To RAF as FJ273 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ273; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-ESW
					13791 (MSN 2475) To RAF as FJ274 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ274; wfu 4 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13792 (MSN 2476) To RAF as FJ275 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ275; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13793 (MSN 2477) To RAF as FJ276 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ276; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13794 (MSN 2478) To RAF as FJ277 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ277; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N53388
					13795 (MSN 2479) To RAF as FJ278 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ278; wfu 22 Jan 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13796 (MSN 2480) To RAF as FJ279 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ279; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13797 (MSN 2481) To RAF as FJ280 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ280; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13798 (MSN 2482) To RAF as FJ281 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ281; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation
					13799 (MSN 2483) To RAF as FJ282 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ282; w/o 13 Feb 19943 at Vulcan, Canada
					13800 (MSN 2484) To RAF as FJ283 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ283; w/o 1942 at Vulcan, Canada
					13801 (MSN 2485) To RAF as FJ284 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ284; wfu 16 Jul 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13802 (MSN 2486) To RAF as FJ285 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ285; w/o Apr 1944 at Pearce, Canada
					13803 (MSN 2487) To RAF as FJ286 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ286; wfu 5 Nov 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to N53387
					13804 (MSN 2488) To RAF as FJ287 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ287; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13805 (MSN 2489) To RAF as FJ288 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ288; wfu 19 Sep 1947 at War Assets Corporation
					13806 (MSN 2490) To RAF as FJ289 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF as FJ289; wfu 5 Sep 1946 at War Assets Corporation; 
						to CF-GGR
42-13807/13866		Cessna AT-17C
				MSN 2491/2550.  To Royal Canadian AF under Lend-Lease, initially with RAF serials FJ290/FJ349. Order deferred 18Apr42 due 
					to reduced training requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				13815 (MSN 2499) To RAF as FJ298 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Dec 1942 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13816 (MSN 2500) To RAF as FJ299 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 5 May 1944 at Fort Summer AAF, NM 
				13817 (MSN 2501) To RAF as FJ300 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Sep 1943 at Yuma AAF 
				13818 (MSN 2502) To RAF as FJ301 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Dec 1942 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13822 (MSN 2506) To RAF as FJ305 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 4 Apr 1944 at Clovis AAF, NM 
				13832 (MSN 2516) To RAF as FJ315 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Feb 1943 at Roswell AFS, NM 
				13835 (MSN 2519) To RAF as FJ318 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 2 Mar 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13837 (MSN 2521) To RAF as FJ320 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Apr 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				13838 (MSN 2522) To RAF as FJ321 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Dec 1942 at Roswell Muni Airport, NM 
				13853 (MSN 2537) To RAF as FJ336 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 May 1944 at Douglas AAF, AZ 
				13861 (MSN 2545) To RAF as FJ344 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 1 Sep 1942 at Roswell, NM 
42-13867/13899		Cessna AT-17A
				MSN 2551/2583.  To Royal Canadian AF under Lend-Lease, initially with RAF serials FJ350/FJ382.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due 
					to reduced training requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				13884 (MSN 2568) To RAF as FJ367 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Feb 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				13887 (MSN 2571) To RAF as FJ370 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Feb 1944 at Stockton Field, CA 
				13893 (MSN 2577) To RAF as FJ376 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 12 Oct 1943 at Modesto, CA 
				13896 (MSN 2580) To RAF as FJ379 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Yuma AAF, AZ 
42-13900/14030		Cessna AT-17C
				MSN 2584/2714.  Redesignated UC-78C after delivery.  To Royal Canadian AF under
					Lend-lease, initially with RAF serials FJ383/FJ513.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due to reduced 
					training requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				13901 (MSN 2585) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ384 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 6 Apr 1943 at Altus AAF, OK 
				13906 (MSN 2590) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ389 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 27 Aug 1943 at Sweetwater, TX 
				13911 (MSN 2595) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ394 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 Jan 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13920 (MSN 2604) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ403 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Oct 1943 at Waco AAAF #1, TX 
				13932 (MSN 2616) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ415 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 2 Jan 1944 at Ft Sumner AAF, NM 
				13947 (MSN 2631) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ430 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Dec 1943 at Temple, TX 
				13948 (MSN 2632) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ431 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Jun 1943 at Yoakum, TX 
				13952 (MSN 2636) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ435 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Nov 1943 at Yeso, NM 
				13968 (MSN 2652) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ451 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Jul 1944 at Garden City AAF, KS 
				13971 (MSN 2655) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ454 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Apr 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13978 (MSN 2662) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ461 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Fort Sumner AAF, NM 
				13982 (MSN 2666) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ465 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Elgin, OK 
				13985 (MSN 2669) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ468 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 16 Nov 1944 at Lutesville, MO 
				13986 (MSN 2670) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ469 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 22 Apr 1944 at Frederick, OK 
				13988 (MSN 2672) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ471 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 27 Jun 1944 at Lubbock South AAAF, TX 
				13992 (MSN 2676) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ475 (ntu); to Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 1 Jun 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				13995 (MSN 2679) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ478 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Mar 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				13997 (MSN 2681) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ480 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 14 Feb 1944 at Taiban AAAF, NM 
				14008 (MSN 2692) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ491 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Oct 1944 at Granite, OK 
				14015 (MSN 2699) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ498 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Apr 1943 at La Junta AAF, CO 
				14025 (MSN 2709) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ508 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 18 Nov 1943 at Shamrock, TX 
				14029 (MSN 2713) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ512 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 29 Apr 1943 at Marfa AAF, TX 
42-14031/14166		Cessna UC-78C Bobcat
				MSN 2715/2850.  Originally designated AT-17D.  To Royal Canadian AF under Lend-Lease,
					initially with RAF serials FJ514/FJ649.  Order deferred 18Apr42 due to reduced training 
					requirements, the aircraft retained by USAAF as AT-17.
				14043 (MSN 2727) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ526 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 17 Oct 1944 at Randolph Field, TX 
				14051 (MSN 2735) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ534 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 7 Oct 1944 at Memphis, TN 
				14056 (MSN 2740) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ539 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 17 Oct 1943 at Ryan AAAF, TX
				14057 (MSN 2741) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ540 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 30 Apr 1943 at Marion Field, TX 
				14060 (MSN 2744) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ543 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 13 Aug 1943 at Randolph Field, TX 
				14064 (MSN 2748) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ547 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Abilene, TX 
				14067 (MSN 2751) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ550 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					wfu; registered Dutch Antilles as PJ-BAA, 1953 registration cancelled
				14071 (MSN 2755) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ554 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Marfa, TX 
				14072 (MSN 2756) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ555 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Jan 1944 at Marfa AAF, TX 
				14073 (MSN 2757) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ556 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 28 Jun 1944 at Marfa, TX 
				14078 (MSN 2762) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ561 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Oct 1943 at Avenger Field, TX 
				14079 (MSN 2763) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ562 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 9 Aug 1943 at Fairview, TX 
				14082 (MSN 2766) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ565 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Mar 1944 at 50 miles from Fort Worth, TX 
				14084 (MSN 2768) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ567 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Jul 1943 at Birmingham AB, AL 
				14089 (MSN 2773) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ572 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 22 Dec 1943 at Argon AAAF, TX 
				14097 (MSN 2781) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ580 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 3 Apr 1944 at Chattanooga, OK 
				14112 (MSN 2796) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ595 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 23 Sep 1943 at Creede, CO
				14113 (MSN 2797) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ596 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Oct 1943 at Waco AAF, TX
				14115 (MSN 2799) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ598 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 11 Jun 1944 at Altus AAF, OK 
				14122 (MSN 2806) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ605 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Jun 1944 at Douglas AAAF #1, AZ   
				14126 (MSN 2810) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ609 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					wfu; to civil registry as HC-AAE
				14133 (MSN 2817) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ616 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 25 Mar 1944 at Lubbock North AAAF, TX 
				14134 (MSN 2818) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				14135 (MSN 2819) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ618 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 20 Jun 1943 at West Auxiliary Field, TX 
				14140 (MSN 2824) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				14147 (MSN 2831) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ630 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Davenport AAAF, TX 
				14150 (MSN 2834) Redes as UC-78C; to RAF as FJ633 (ntu); to Royal Canadian AF (ntu); retained by USAAF as AT-17 on 18 Apr 1942; 
					w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
42-14167/14221		Martin A-30A-MA
				Cancelled contract
42-14222/14236		Lockheed B-34A-LO
				Cancelled contract
42-14237/14296		Lockheed P-322 Lightning
				P-38s for RAF under Lend Lease.  Contract cancelled. 
42-14261/14274		Curtiss P-40G
				Rebuilds of P-40.  Serial numbers reasssigned from cancelled P-322 batch
				14261 was P-40 rebuilt.  Serial reassigned from cancelled P-322 batch.
					To ground instructional airframe at Buckley Field, CO Nov 11, 1942.
					Scrapped at Buckley Field, CO Nov 13, 1945.
				14262 remanuf from P-40 serial 40-338; wfu 13 Nov 1945
				14263 remanuf from P-40; w/o 10 Nov 1942 at Andalusia, AL
				14264 remanuf from P-40; w/o 31 Mar 1943 at Luke AAF, AZ 
				14269 was formerly 39-182. To ground instructional airframe
					Mar 20, 1942, back in service Apr 4, 1942, finally to ground
					instructional airframe Mar 20, 1943.  No reference to RAF
					at all.
				14270 remanuf from P-40; w/o 19 Mar 1942 at Myrtle Beach, CA
				14272 w/o at Tuskegee, Alabama Dec 31, 1942.
				14274 remanuf from P-40; w/o 2 May 1942 at Carlisle, SC 
42-14277/14278		Curtiss P-40G 
				Rebuilds of P-40.  Serials reassigned from cancelled P-322 batch
				14277 w/o 31 Dec 1942 at Craig Field, AL 
				14278 w/o 19 Feb 1943 at Napier Field, AL 
42-14281		Curtiss P-40G
				Rebuild of P-40.  Serial reassigned from cancelled P-322 batch.  W/o 14 May 1943 at Moore Field, TX.
42-14297/14298		Douglas C-68-DO
				DC-3A-414 airliners impressed on the production line by USAAF.
				14297 (MSN 4173) ex-NC30004 (not delivered).  To USAAF Dec 31, 1941 - Operated by PAA Jan 11, 1942. 
					To RAF (India) as LR230 Apr 01, 1942 - 31 Sqdn *D* Apr 19, 1942 - Destroyed by 
					Japanese attack, Myitkyina, Burma May 06, 1942
				14298 (MSN 4174) ex-NC30005 (not delivered).  To USAAF Dec 31, 1941 - Operated by PAA Jan 11, 1942 - 
					8th AF, UK Mar 12, 1942 to Jan 31, 1944 - USA - To RFC Sep 17, 1945.
					To civil registry as NC20752 (Delta Air Lines Sep 26, 1945 to ?), then N777L, XB-GEL, 
					N10315, N9089R (various owners/operators) and AW-AWT (LANICA Jan 18, 1965). 
					WFU Tegucigalpa Apr 1982.
42-14299/14498		Fairchild PT-26-FA
				MSN T42-4000/4199.  To RAF as Cornell I FH651/FH850.  Most directly to RCAF.  RCAF serials same as RAF serials.
				14299 (FH651) retained in USA at Wright Field.  Was selected as a potential exhibit for the National Air Museum but 
					scrapped when the museum’s store at Park Ridge, Chicago was required for other purposes during the Korean War.
				14300/14328 (FH652/FH680) to RCAF
				14329 (FH681) crashed in USA before delivery at Hagerstown, MD.
				14330/14357 (FH682/FH709) to RCAF
				14358/14362 (FH710/FH714) to Royal Norwegian AF for use in their flight training base in Canada
					known as "Little Norway" as 179, 175, 177, 183, and 181.
					14361 various sources show aircraft as going to RAF/RCAF as FH768
					then becoming N9606H, but doubtful and probably misconstruction
					of N9606H's recorded MSN of T43-4361 (see 42-14416) 
				14363/14413 (FH715/FH765) to RCAF
				14414/14418 (FH766/FH770) to Royal Norwegian AF for use in their flight training base in Canada
					known as "Little Norway" as 185, 173, 187, 191, 189
					14416 (MSN T42-4117) to RCAF as FH768, to Norwegian AF as 187,
					later L-CB.  Registered LF-BFN Sep 4, 1956.  Crashed Sep 12, 1956.
				14419/14426 (FH771/FH778) to RCAF
					14426 to Canada as FH778.  Surplused in 1946.  On civil registry as N69732, currently
					under restoration.
				14427 (FH779) crashed in USA before delivery Oct 6, 1942 at Benesett, PA
				14428/14498 (FH780/FH850) to RCAF
					14477 (MSN T42-4178) to RCAF as FH829.  By Mar 20, 1947 was on US civil registry as NC68216.						
42-14499/14500		Contract cancelled
42-14501		Grumman OA-13A
				Contract cancelled
42-14502/14701		North American B-29 Superfortress
				Contract cancelled.  Boeing B-29 to have been built under licence by North American Aviation Company
42-14702/14704		Schweizer XTG-3
42-14705/14707		Laister-Kauffman XTG-4
42-14708/14712		Fairchild PT-19A-FA
42-14713/14797		Aeronca O-58B Grasshopper
				Redesignated L-3B in 1942
				14714 w/o 2 Feb 1943 at Laurel, MS 
				14716 (MSN 058B5242) on civil registry as N74451 with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum,
					Hood River, Oregon.
				14719 w/o 26 Sep 1942 at Cyprus, TX 
				14721 w/o 30 Sep 1942 at Colorado Springs AB, CO 
				14722 w/o 26 Oct 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				14725 w/o 13 Jun 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				14726 w/o 6 Oct 1943 at Brownwood AAF, TX 
				14728 w/o 12 Sep 1943 at Greenville, AL 
				14729 w/o 11 Oct 1942 at Colorado Springs, CO 
				14730 w/o 16 Oct 1942 at Biggs Field, TX 
				14735 w/o 15 Aug 1942 at Colorado Springs AB,CO 
				14738 w/o 9 Jun 1944 at Rome, GA 
				14744 w/o 28 Jun 1943 at Coffeyville, KS
				14746 w/o 20 Aug 1943 at Rosepine, LA 
				14747 w/o 24 Oct 1943 at May, TX 
				14754 w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Colorado Springs AB, CO 
				14760 w/o 30 Jun 1943 in California
				14762 w/o 30 Dec 1942 at Milford, KS 
				14764 w/o 23 May 1943 at Dunnellon, FL 
				14769 w/o 19 Aug 1942 at Fort Riley Reservation, KS 
				14771 w/o 2 Jul 1943 at Dunnellon AAF, FL 
				14785 w/o 12 Jan 1943 at Fort Benning, GA 
				14787 w/o 12 Apr 1944 at Ft Benning, GA 
				14791 w/o 2 Nov 1942 at Okmulgee, OK 
				14792 w/o 26 Jan 1943 at Okmulgee, OK 
				14797 w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Maysville, NC  
42-14798/15072		Stinson O-62-ST Sentinel
				Initially ordered as O-62, but designation changed before delivery to L-5 in 1942.
				14798 (MSN 76-1) seen at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM, Chantilly, VA Dec 2005.
				14800 (MSN 76-3) w/o 20 Sep 1944 at Zephyrhills, FL; repaired (?); Current as N61578
				14803 (MSN 76-6) w/o 20 May 1943 at Norene, TN 
				14805 (MSN 76-8) w/o 10 Apr 1945 at Dillon, SC  
				14807 (MSN 76-10) w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Laurel Fork, VA 
				14809 (MSN 76-12) w/o 31 Jan 1943 at Pope Field, NC 
				14810 (MSN 76-13) w/o 11 Jan 1943 at Nashville, TN 
				14811 (MSN 76-14) w/o 1 Dec 1943 at Merritts Bridge, SC 
				14814 (MSN 76-17) to N69083; current 2011.  Cancelled Nov 14, 2014
				14815 (MSN 76-18) w/o 24 Feb 1943 at Kenbridge, VA 
				14816 (MSN 76-19) w/o 23 Sep 1943 at Eglin Field, FL 
				14821 (MSN 76-24) w/o 22 Feb 1943 at Keystone Hgts AAF, FL
				14824 (MSN 76-27)  w/o 4 Jan 1944 at Aiken, SC 
				14825 (MSN 76-28) w/o 1 Dec 1943 at Merritts Bridge, SC 
				14827 (MSN 76-30) w/o 22 Jun 1944 at Sylvania AAF, GA 
				14830 (MSN 76-33) w/o 17 Jun 1944 at Williston, FL 
				14835 (MSN 76-38, AB-01) registered as N8224P Sep 24, 2003.
				14837 (MSN 76-40) w/o 27 Sep 1943 at Moorsville, NC 
				14842 to N9806F
				14843 (MSN 76-46) wfu; to N64662; current 2011
				14844 (MSN 76-47) wfu; to N5725C; current 2011
				14846 (MSN 76-49) w/o 1 Jun 1944 at Method, NC
				14847 (MSN 76-50) wfu; to CF-STC; to N255DB; current 2011
				14849 (MSN 76-52) w/o 3 Aug 1944 at Camp Hood, TX 
				14850 (MSN 76-53) w/o 22 Feb 1944 at Fishville, LA 
				14854 (MSN 76-57) to C-FZMW.  At Alberta Aviation Museum.  to N62451; current 2011
				14855 (MSN 76-58) w/o 20 Nov 1944 at Kileen, TX; repaired; wfu; to N9836F 
				14856 (MSN 76-59) w/o 28 Apr 1943 at Socorro, TX 
				14857 (MSN 76-60) w/o 29 May 1947 at Loch Lynn, MD
				14863 (MSN 76-66) wfu; to CF-VPW
				14868 (MSN 76-71) w/o 7 Jul 1946 at San Francisco Bay , CA  
				14870 (MSN 76-73) to US Coast Guard Sep 18, 1948 as 4870
				14871 (MSN 76-74) w/o 7 Apr 1943 at Bay Springs, MS 
				14873 (MSN 76-76) w/o 24 Feb 1944 at Godman Field, KY 
				14874 (MSN 76-77) w/o 27 Jan 1945 at Wildwood, FL 
				14878 (MSN 76-81) w/o 29 Apr 1945 at Deming AAF, NM 
				14879 (MSN 76-82) w/o 22 Jan 1945 at Esler Field, LA 
				14880 (MSN 76-83) wfu; to N56851; current 2011
				14884 (MSN 76-87) w/o 10 Dec 1943 at Ross Field, MI 
				14886 (MSN 76-89) on civil registry as N52777.  Seen at Oshkosh Jul 28, 2017.
				14888 (MSN 76-91) wfu; to N60190; current 2011
				14891 (MSN 76-94) w/o 5 Aug 1943 at Lamesa Field, TX 
				14893 (MSN 76-96) to N63487
				14894 (MSN 76-97) w/o 5 Oct 1943 at Lamesa, TX 
				14895 (MSN 76-98) w/o 26 Mar 1943 at Stinson Field, MI 
				14898 (MSN 76-101) w/o 26 Oct 1943 at Rickman, TX 
				14900 (MSN 76-103) w/o 1 Sep 1945 at Portland AAF, OR 
				14904 (MSN 76-107) w/o 3 Aug 1944 at Meuse, NC 
				14908 (MSN 76-111) w/o 20 Oct 1943 at Donelson, TN 
				14910 (MSN 76-113) w/o 25 Sep 1943 at Bairds Mill, TN 
				14912 (MSN 76-115) w/o 13 May 1943 at Camp MacKall, NC 
				14913 (MSN 76-116) wfu; to N7617B; to CF-YFE.  Flying as C-FYGE 
				14914 (MSN 76-117, 1120) flying as N4914.
				14916 (MSN 76-119) w/o 26 Aug 1943 at Pollock AB, LA 
				14917 (MSN 76-120) w/o 29 Apr 1943 at Leesville, LA 
				14918 (MSN 76-121) wfu; to N63098; on display at Flying Leathernecks Museum, Miramar, CA as OY-1.
				14919 (MSN 76-122) w/o 13 May 1944 at Tyler, TX 
				14920 (MSN 76-123) w/o 28 May 1943 at Esler Field, LA 
				14927 to N1718M
				14933 (MSN 76-136)  w/o 27 May 1943 at Leach Lake Gunnery Camp, CA 
				14934 (MSN 76-137) wfu; to N65444
				14935 (MSN 76-138) w/o 3 May 1943 at Gordon, TX 
				14939 (MSN 76-142) w/o 20 Jun 1943 at Abilene, TX 
				14942 (MSN 76-145) w/o 25 Jun 1943 at Salinas, CA 
				14944 (MSN 76-147) became NC4977N
				14945 (MSN 76-148) w/o 23 Mar 1946 at Reno, NV; repaired; wfu; to N5163V
				14946 (MSN 76-149) to N5015N; current 2011
				14948 (MSN 76-151) w/o 21 Dec 1943 at Gardner Field, CA 
				14949 (MSN 76-152) w/o 23 Apr 1943 at Alexandria, LA 
				14954 (MSN 76-157) w/o 21 Dec 1943 at Gardner Field
				14956 (MSN 76-159) wfu; to N68840; current 2011, cancelled 11/13/2014.
				14958 (MSN 76-161) w/o 6 Apr 1944 at Brownsboro, TX 
				14962 (MSN 76-165) w/o 16 Jun 1943 at Abilene AAF, TX 
				14964 (MSN 76-167) w/o 9 Aug 1944 en-route Hemphill to Yellow Pine, TX 
				14967 (MSN 76-170) wfu; to XB-ZEN
				14970 (MSN 76-173) to US Coast Guard as 4970 Sep 18, 1948.
				14971 (MSN 76-174) w/o 24 Apr 1945 at Elgin, OK
				14973 (MSN 76-176) w/o 2 Mar 1944 at Sylvania, GA 
				14982 (MSN 76-185) w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Camp Campbell, KY 
				14984 (MSN 76-187) to N9881F
				14985 (MSN 76-188) w/o 13 Jan 1944 at Charlotte, NC 
				14987 (MSN 76-190) w/o 12 Dec 1943 at Many, LA 
				14994 (MSN 76-197) w/o 10 Jun 1945 at Mineral Wells, TX 
				14995 (MSN 76-198) w/o 2 Jul 1943 at Walterhill, TN 
				14996 (MSN 76-199) w/o 9 Jun 1946 at Pickens AAF, MS 
				14999 (MSN 76-1039) to N68MH.  At Lone Star Flight Museum
				15000 (MSN 76-203) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Carthage, TN 
				15001 (MSN 76-204) w/o 8 May 1944 at Carrabelle, FL 
				15002 (MSN 76-205) w/o 19 Mar 1944 at Statesboro, GA 
				15003 (MSN 76-206) w/o 7 Sep 1945 at DeKalb, MS 
				15004 (MSN 76-207) w/o 3 Aug 1943 at Hickman, TN 
				15005 (MSN 76-208) w/o 15 Feb 1944 at Statesboro AAF, GA 
				15006 (MSN 76-209) w/o 25 Jul 1943 at Camp Polk, LA
				15007 (MSN 76-210) w/o 20 Mar 1945 at Brownwood, TX
				15012 (MSN 76-215) w/o 7 Feb 1946 at NAS Millington, TN 
				15013 (MSN 76-216) w/o 27 Jan 1944 at Brownwood, TX 
				15014 (MSN 76-217) w/o 10 Jun 1943 at Many, LA 
				15017 (MSN 76-220) to civil registry as N40002.  At War Eagles Museum, Santa Teresa Airport, New Mexico in Jul 2009.
				15018 (MSN 76-221) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Leesville, LA 
				15019 (MSN 76-222) w/o 15 Dec 1945 at 60 miles from EL Paso, TX 
				15020 (MSN 76-223) w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Flatwood Landing Strip, LA
				15022 (MSN 76-225) w/o 20 Oct 1943 at Ashland, LA 
				15023 (MSN 76-226) w/o 4 Jul 1943 at Alexandria, LA
				15025 (MSN 76-228) to US Coast Guard as OY-1 5025 Sep 16, 1948
				15032 (MSN 76-235)  w/o 24 Jul 1945 at Bay St Louis, MS 
				15033 (MSN 76-236) w/o 4 Aug 1944 at Swainsboro, GA 
				15036 (MSN 76-239) w/o 26 Sep 1943 at Daniel Field, GA 
				15040 (MSN 76-243) w/o 30 May 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				15043 (MSN 76-246) w/o 14 May 1944 at Aikens, SC 
				15050 (MSN 76-253) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Boxville, KY
				15060 (MSN 76-263) to US Coast Guard as OY-1 5060 Sep 9, 1948.
				15062 (MSN 76-265) w/o 30 Oct 1943 at Hudson Field, LA 
				15063 (MSN 76-266) w/o 23 Jul 1943 at North Camp Polk, LA 
				15065 (MSN 76-268) Redes as L-5 in 1942; w/o 3 Feb 1945 at Kileen, TX 
				15069 (MSN 76-272) to N57789 with Commemorative AF
42-15073/15158		Taylorcraft O-57A Grasshopper
				MSN 4200/4285.  Ordered as O-57A, redesignated L-2A in 1942.
				15073 (MSN 4200) to civil registry as N47124
				15074 (MSN 4201) w/o 9 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15079 (MSN 4206) w/o 29 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO
				15080 (MSN 4207) w/o 28 Sep 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15081 (MSN 4208) w/o 5 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15082 (MSN 4209) w/o 13 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #3, CO 
				15084 (MSN 4211) w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Bowman Field, KY 
				15085 (MSN 4212) w/o 8 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #3, CO 
				15087 (MSN 4214) w/o 28 Aug 1943 at Lebanon, KY  
				15090 (MSN 4217) based at Patterson Field, OH, crashed on flight test Aug 16, 1944,  
					Cause was engine failure, pilot and civilian inspector killed; crash occurred 4 miles SE of base
				15091 (MSN 4218) w/o 25 Aug 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #1, CO 
				15093 (MSN 4220) w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15098 (MSN 4225) w/o 13 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15099 (MSN 4226) w/o 13 May 1944 at Patterrson Field, OH 
				15100 (MSN 4227) w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Worthville, KY 
				15101 (MSN 4228) w/o 25 Sep 1943 at Dry Ridge, KY 
				15102 (MSN 4229) w/o 26 Jan 1943 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15103 (MSN 4230) w/o 23 Aug 1943 at Bowman Field, KY
				15104 (MSN 4231) w/o 28 Jun 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15105 (MSN 4232) w/o 11 Sep 1942 at Fort Morgan AAAF #5, CO 
				15106 (MSN 4233) w/o 23 Jul 1942 at Fort Morgan, CO 
				15110 (MSN 4237) w/o 13 Oct 1942 at Geiger Field, WA 
				15111 (MSN 4238) w/o 13 Oct 1942 at Geiger Field, WA 
				15116 (MSN 4243) w/o 23 Oct 1943 at Barksdale Field, LA 
				15120 (MSN 4247) sold to Fiji as VQ-FAA
				15122 (MSN 4249) w/o 9 Jan 1943 at Hollister, CA 
				15125 (MSN 4252) w/o 4 Mar 1943 at Needles, CA 
				15127 (MSN 4254) w/o 20 May 1942 at Salinas, CA 
				15128 (MSN 4255) w/o 31 Aug 1942 at Rose, CA 
				15134 (MSN 4261) w/o 4 Apr 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				15135 (MSN 4262) w/o 30 May 1944 at Timmonsville, SC 
				15138 (MSN 4265) w/o 6 Nov 1942 at Denton, TX 
				15139 (MSN 4266) w/o 11 May 1942 at Newport News, VA 
				15143 (MSN 4270) w/o 4 Sep 1942 at Poquoson, VA 
				15147 (MSN 4274) w/o 21 Jul 1943 at Greenville, DE 
				15150 (MSN 4277) w/o 3 Oct 1944 at Rodeo, NM 
42-15159/15329		Piper O-59A Grasshopper
				Model J3C-65D.  MSN 8278/8448.  Originally designated O-59, redesignated L-4A in 1942.
				15163 (MSN 8282) w/o 9 Nov 1942 at Denton, TX 
				15165 (MDN 8284) registered N58381, revoked 14Jan77
				15168 (MSN 8287) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALR
				15169 (MSN 8288) w/o 14 Jul 1942 at Hays Muni Airport, KS 
				15171 (MSN 8290) with 25th Glider Training detachment destroyed in collision with L-4A 42-36348 
					while taxiing 9 Apr 1943 at Denton, TX
				15172 (MSN 8291) transferred to French AF.  to A.C. Fickinger Apr 1948 as F-BCPA.  F-BCPA
					cancelled Oct 6, 1978. Made it through various French flying clubs until it was ultimately
					sold to someone in the USA and shipped back to the states.  Registration N377TP reserved
					Apr 13, 2009
				15174 (MSN 8293) w/o 6 Jan 1943 at Glendale, KY; repaired (?); wfu; preserved at US Army Aviation 
					Museum, Ft Rucker, AL
				15176 (MSN 8295) w/o 12 Nov 1942 at Leesville, LA 
				15179 (MSN 8298) w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Abernathy AAAF, TX 
				15180 (MSN 8299) w/o 8 Oct 1943 at Lamesa, TX 
				15182 (MSN 8301) w/o 26 Mar 1943 at Plainview, TX 
				15185 (MSN 8304) w/o 5 Jul 1942 at Grand Forks, ND 
				15186 (MSN 8305) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHL
				15187 (MSN 8306) w/o 20 Jul 1943 at Denton, TX
				15188 (MSN 8307) force landed and hit fence Camp Polk, LA 3/11/1943.
				15190 (MSN 8309) w/o 29 Jun 1942 at Monteagle, TN  
				15197 (MSN 8316) to VT-CFA Sep 10, 1951. 
				15198 (MSN 8317) w/o 9 Sep 1943 at Glendale, KY 
				15200 (MSN 8319) became VO-ABD Jan 3, 1948, then CF-GPD Apr 15, 1949
				15204 (MSN 8323) w/o 18 May 1942 at Camp Davis, NC
				15205 (MSN 8324) w/o 26 May 1942 at Dona Ana Target Range, NM 
				15209	(MSN 8328) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44. Returned to USAAF in Sep 1945
				15210	(MSN 8329) to French Army [ALAT] as 215210.   W/o 26 Aug 1943 at Charlotte, NC
				15211	(MSN 8330) to Brazil for use in Italy, 13Sep44.  Returned to USAAF in Sep 1945
				15216	(MSN 8335) Received by USAAF February 16, 1942. Delivered to the 125th Observation Squadron, Post Field, Fort Sill, Lawton, OK March 2, 1942. 
					Redesignated L-4A April 2, 1942. Brownwood, TX April 19, 1942. Departed USA September 23, 1944. 
					Delivered to French Morocco September 23, 1944. USAAF 12th AF, Italy October 17, 1944. 
					Transferred to US Army, Italy.Transferred (probably October 1944) to the French forces.   to French Army [ALAT] as 215216.
					Registered F-BFYU December 5, 1951. Rebuilt 1962/63 using fuselage from MSN 12161; Frame No. 11989 [44-79865]..
				15217	(MSN 8336) to French Army [ALAT] as 215217.
				15218 (MSN 8337) wfu; to HB-OAD; to D-EJAF; to G-BJAF on 23 Jun 1989
				15222 (MSN 8341) w/o 10 Nov 1942 at Temple, TX 
				15223 (MSN 8342) registered OO-HAP 1Dec48, cancelled 16Jun51; reregistered OO-DON 3Jul52, cancelled 10Jun53
				15224 (MSN 8343) w/o 3 Oct 1942 at LaGrange, GA 
				15225 (MSN 8344) w/o 28 Jul 1942 at Kirbyville, TX 
				15226 (MSN 8345) w/o 7 Feb 1943 at Plainview, TX 
				15227 (MSN 8346) w/o 27 Oct 1943 at Statesboro AAF, GA 
				15231 (MSN 8350) w/o 19 Mar 1943 at Camp Crowder, MO
				15233 (MSN 8352) 16th Air Depot Group, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; 83rd Infantry Division Artillery 26May45 
				15237 (MSN 8356) w/o 8 Dec 1943 at Grenada AAF, MS
				15238 (MSN 8357) w/o 15 Sep 1942 at Jasper, TX 
				15240 (MSN 8359) w/o 26 Feb 1943 at Burr Ferry, LA
				15241 (MSN 8360) w/o 13 May 1942 at Camp Shelby, MS 
				15244 (MSN 8363) w/o 21 Jul 1943 at Smyrna AAF, TN 
				15247 (MSN 8366) wfu; to VT-CDR  
				15248 (MSN 8367) to French Army as 215248, then became F-BIGN.  Registered
					G-BIJE May 5, 1981.
				15252 (MSN 8371) w/o 17 Jul 1942 at Aberdeen AAAF #4, SD 
				15253 (MSN 8372) w/o 20 Jun 1943 at Reilly Field, AL 
				15269 (MSN 8388) w/o 7 Mar 1944 at Lake Worth Inlet, FL 
				15271 (MSN 8390) w/o 12 Jul 1942 at Aberdeen, SD  
				15272 (MSN 8391) delivered Feb 16, 1942.  Condemned due to accident
					Nov 16, 1942,  Rebuilt and assigned to CAA.  To storage
					at Rome AAF, NY Jul 15, 1944.  Sold as surplus at Cannon AP,
					NC.  To civil registry as NC49642, later N49642.  To German 
					registry as D-ECIZ Sep 8 1959.  Sold to Danish user
					in 1973 and registered OY-ECV. Now owned by Thomas Damm
					of Denmark still as OY-ECV and repainted with USAAF markings with tail number
					215272.  Nose and fin chequered blue to represent an L-4
					flown by 15th Tactical Recce Sqdn of 10th Photo Group of
					9th AF, coded 5M-4.
				15274 (MSN 8393) w/o 26 Apr 1943 at Viola, TN 
				15281 (MSN 8400) w/o 12 Feb 1943 at Hamilton AAAF #3, TX 
				15285 (MSN 8404) 9th AF, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 45th Air Depot Group, Grove, Berkshire; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 31Mar45 
				15286 (MSN 8405) 4th Glider Training Detachment, Hale, Plainview, TX; damaged taxiing 16 Sep 1942 at Plainview Airport, TX;
					9th AF, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; Headquarters, 
					Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army, Munchen-Gladbach [Y-56], Germany; ferried to Gütersloh, Germany 15Apr45; Headquarters, 
					Artillery Air Section, Ninth US Army 4May45; 8th Armored Division Artillery 16May45
				15296 (MSN 8415) w/o 3 Jul 1944 at Pattersonville, NY 
				15301 (MSN 8420) registered OO-AVH 25Jul47, cancelled 28Apr50
				15302	(MSN 8421) to French Army [ALAT] as 215302
				15311 (MSN 8430) w/o 6 Apr 1943 at Adams Field, AR 
				15312 (MSN 8431) w/o 17 Dec 1942 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				15313 (MSN 8432) w/o 14 Mar 1943 at Stuttgart AAF, AR 
				15314 (MSN 8433) w/o 7 Sep 1943 at Bowman Field, KY 
				15316 (MSN 8435) w/o 21 Aug 1945 at Lawtonka, OK 
				15318 (MSN 8437) became HB-OAD, then D-EJAF.  Registered G-BJAF Jun 23, 1989.
				15321 (MSN 8440) 17th Glider Training Detachment, Hartlee, Denton, TX; damaged landing at Denton 30Nov42; 
					415th Base Headquarters Squadron, Laredo, TX
					Damaged taxying at Laredo 1Jan44; 1023rd Mission Support Squadron, Laredo, TX.
					W/o when force landed after engine failure 5 Mar 1944 at 50 miles from Lardeo AAF, TX 
				15322 (MSN 8441) w/o 13 Oct 1942 at Slagle, LA 
				15323	(MSN 8442) 125th Observation Squadron, 77th Observation Group, Alamo, San Antonio, TX; 
					Damaged in collision with parked L-4A 42-36538 at Alamo 5Jul43.  To French Army [ALAT] as 215323
				15324	(MSN 8443) 127th Liaison Squadron, 75th Reconnaissance Group, Morris, Charlotte, NC; damaged in collision with 
					L-4A 42-36522 taxying at Cannon, Charlotte, NC 5Oct43;  to French Army [ALAT] as 215324	
				15329 (MSN 8448) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHU.  Also listed as being destroyed when collided with 42-25331 on
					takeoff Jun 30, 1944 at Cha Chang, China
42-15330/15529		Fairchild PT-26-FA
				MSN T42-4200/4399.  All this batch were delivered directly to RCAF, but retained RAF serials.
				15330/15478 to RAF as Cornell I FH851/FH999.  All directly to RCAF.  RCAF serials same as RAF serials
					15429 (MSN T42-42990) registered N75463, current.  Damaged Aug 21, 1966 at Gum Spring, Virginia when
						collided with fencing during takeoff from rough ground.  Preserved and on display at Fagen Fighters
						World War II Museum, Granite Fall, Minnesota.
					15433 (FH954) crashed in USA before delivery to RCAF
					15463 (MSN T43-4333) w/o before delivery to RCAF
					15471 (MSN T43-4341) to RCAF as FH992.   To civil registry as N67481, later N992FH.  C of R expired Jun 30, 2011
				15479/15529 to RAF as Cornell I FJ650/FJ700.  All directly to RCAF.  RCAF serials same as RAF serials
					15491 (MSN T43-4361) to RCAF as FJ662.  Becam N9606H.
						Loaned to Historic Aircraft Museum at Southend in 1974.
						Museum closed in 1983 and aircraft moved to Rebel Air
						Museum at Andrewsfield, later at Earls Colne.  This museum
						closed in 1997 and plane went into storage at Martham,
						England.  Sold on eBay, registered G-CEVL Nov 22, 2007.
						N9606H had an accident in 1948.  Upon removal of the 
						MSN plate (seemed not to be the original) Fairchild
						plate showing MSN T42-3642 (PT-19A 42-33976) was
						revealed.  This may mean that the plane was repaired after the
						accident, and a replacement fuselage was fitted. G-CEVL
						is understood to be under restoration to fly and will
						be painted as FJ662.  G-CEVL cancelled Oct 21, 2015 and registered G-CRNL same day.
				15529 listed as being Cornell I FJ700, but does not appear in
					RAF records, probably went directly to RCAF.
42-15530/15569		Douglas C-53-DO
				MSN 7325/7364.  Contract No. AC-1040-DA
				15530 (MSN 7325) to Italian civil registry as I-EBRO.  To Italian AF as MM61817 Nov 18, 1952 to Nov 1973 
				15531 (MSN 7326) W/o 27 Jan 1945 at Malignano, Italy; condemned Feb 10, 1945, salvaged
				15532 (MSN 7327) W/o 16 Jan 1944 at Casablanca, Morocco; SOC Jul 8, 1944
				15533 (MSN 7328) to American Airlines as NC15581 "Flagship Providence".  Reregisterd N132D Mar 1954.  
					WFU Greenville, SC Jul 12, 1973. 
				15534 (MSN 7329) crashed May 3, 1943, Mobile Bay, 1 mi S of Brookley Field, AL.
				15535 (MSN 7330) became OY-DCI of DDL "Seir Viking". Crashed at Ubrichstein, Germany Feb 12, 1948.
				15536 (MSN 7331) to civilian registry as NC39334.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBH-530.  
					Crashed Tingo Maria, Peru Feb 4, 1962.
				15537 (MSN 7332) W/o 31 Jan 1943 at Castaic, CA 
				15538 (MSN 7333) to RFC Apr 28, 1945.  To YS-21 TACA de Salvador, to TI-75 TACA de Costa Rica.
					To PP-AVJ Mar 28, 1945 of Empresa de Transportes Aerovias Brasil S.A.  To REAL in 1954.  To Varig Aug 1961.
					To Servicios Aercos Defesa Rural Jahu Dec 22, 1964.  To PT-CGL May 10, 1965, to PP-VDM Varig Jan 13, 1966,
					Cia Meridional de Mineracao "Myriam" Jan 31, 1972.  To Amazonia Mineracao SA in 1980.  WFU Aug 1983.  
					Stored at Manaus Aug 1983.
				15539 (MSN 7334) W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Idalou AAAF, TX.  SOC Apr 12, 1944 Lubbock, Texas
				15540 (MSN 7335) condemned Jul 19, 1945.
				15541 (MSN 7336) to Pan Am (Latin American Division) as NC44786.  On Mar 27, 1956
					to Japan Helicopter and Aeroplane Transport Co as JA5045.  Reregistered to
					All Nippon Nov 27, 1957.  Crashed into sea off Sakiya Saugye Is., Japan Aug 12, 1958
					on flight from Tokyo to Nagoya.  All 33 onboard killed.
				15542 (MSN 7337) to NC34417 with TWA "336",  to Northeast Jan 1952. Crashed Sep 15, 1957, New Bedford, 
					Massachusetts.
				15543 (MSN 7338) in 1945 toto PH-TBC with KLM, but NTU.  To PJ-ALC "Chuchubi" of KLM (West
					Indies Division).  To PH-DAD with KLM in 1962, in 1963 to 9N-AAI of Royal Nepal Airlines.  Later broken up
				15544 (MSN 7339) to US Navy Aug 28, 1942 as BuNo 06995
				15545 (MSN 7340) to RFC Dec 16, 1944.  to NC49541 WAA United "Mainliner Long Beach" Jan 28, 1945,
					To Central Airlines Inc B30Sep54 - Frontier Oct 1, 1967 as N49541- Aero American Inc Dec68 - American Teledyne
					Co - Geotronics, Long Beach, CA (Jul69) - To CF-BFV Atlantic Central A/L, St Johns, NB 26Oct 26, 1973 - 
					To C-FBFV Lambair Fld, The Pas C-FBFV was in open storage at Winnipeg, engineless, in Oct 1987. By Jul 1989
					it had no wings either - cancelled  Dec 1992, wfu. 1974 - Perimeter Airlines Nov 1981 - Ontario Central A/L Jan 82 -
					Perimeter Airlines Nov82.
				15546 (MSN 7341) to Cruziero in Brazil May 2, 1946 as PP-CCX.  Crashed Mar 22, 1951 Florianopolis, Sta Caterina,
					Brazil.
				15547 (MSN 7342) crashed May 4, 1943, 10 mi NW of Kimball, NB.  W/o 1 Dec 1943 at Hyannis, NE 
				15548 (MSN 7343) condemned Jul 8, 1944
				15549 (MSN 7444) W/o 28 Dec 1944 at Sandweiler, Luxembourg; condemned Dec 26, 1944
				15550 (MSN 7345) wfu Jan 12, 1945.  to PJ-ALB "Blaauwduif" of KLM (West Indies Division) Sep 11, 1945, then 
					HP-327 of RAPSA Mar 10, 1961 , then TI-1067L Nov 12, 1968, then TI-LRE of LACSA, then TI-AMS of Apsa Int, 
					registered Aug 27, 1978, later SANSA May 1978-Apr 1980.  wfu 1980.
				15551 (MSN 7346) to RFC Jan 12, 1945.  To EC-CAY with Iberia,by 1955 was EC-ABN of Iberia.  DBR Apr 10, 1958
					at Palma, Majorca
				15552 (MSN 7347) to RFC Dec 19, 1944.  To NC19915 with Penn Central Apr 30, 1945.  To Capital Airlines Apr 1948
					To United Airlines Jun 1, 1961.  To Blaw Knox Co--Beldex Corp Apr 19, 1963.  To Joe G. Marrs, First
					Bank of Lake Placid Jan 1975, Skylark Aviation, CA Jun 1977.  Aurora Leasong Co, MA Nov 1977.  Sale reported
					May 1983.  N19915 to W. N. Banos, Pasadena, CA Nov 12, 1987, to L. L. Perkins, CA Nov 1988.
				15553 (MSN 7348) to RFC Aug 27, 1945.  To NC45388 with Northeast Airlines Sep 20, 1945.  To Air Carrier Service
					Corp Sep 1967, Jack Richards Aircraft Co, Oklahoma City, OK in 1968.  To Tulsa Air Leasing Inc, Oklahoma
					in 1970.  To Stan Burnstein, Tulsa, OK in 1971.  Broken up by Apr 1973.
				15554 (MSN 7349) to RFC Dec 16, 1944. To NC28508 with Mid-Continent Feb 15, 1946, to N28508 with Braniff Airways
					Aug 15, 1952.  To Trans Texas Nov 15, 1959, Gulf American Land Corp May 13, 1965, Modern Air Transport
					Oct 1967, Bordas & Co, San Juan, Puerto Rico Jan 1968, cancelled 1968
				15555 (MSN 7350) to US Navy Sep 10, 1942 as BuNo 06996
				15556 (MSN 7351) to US Navy Sep 11, 1942as BuNo 06997
				15557 (MSN 7352) to RFC Jan 12, 1946.  To Devlet Hava Yollari (DHY) as TC-ACA.  Struck sand dune on approach 
					to Cairo, Egypt Nov 19, 1951.  All 5 onboard killed.
				15558 (MSN 7353) to RFC Mar 24, 1945. To Royal Norwegian AF (Norges LuftfartstN) as 15558, code "O" Sep 25, 1945 -
					To LN-IAK to DNL, named "Nordkvn" delivered Apr 9, 1946, to SAS "Knut Viking" Aug 1, 1948 - Registered SE-BSM ABA/SAS
					Jul 8, 1954 -  Registered Jul 8, 1954 to Linieflvg  Dec 6, 1957 - Transair-Sweden Feb 9, 1953 - Linieflyg Feb 17, 1963 - 
					Svensk FlvgJanst/ Swedair, Bromma Feb 26, 1965, registered Jun 21, 1965.  to D-CCCC 
					Classic Wings, Sep 19, 1988. Crashed Dec 22, 1991 near Heidelberg, Germany when struck a tree-covered
					hill in low clouds, 27 killed.
				15559 (MSN 7354) to RFC Jan 10, 1945.  by 1955 was TC-ADA of Devlet Hava Yollari.  
					To N58U Mar 1, 1956, but NTU.  Seen derelict at Yesilkoy/Istanbul Jun 1971.
				15560 (MSN 7355) to RFC Jan 13, 1945 - NC33332 DPC - Northwest "332" leased Apr 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 -
					To Magnolia Oil Co (Mobilgas) "Flying Horsepower" Sep 1956 - Magnolia Petroleum Co - XBPOA
					Dragados SA Jun 17, 1963 - Marinos del Golfo Oct 22, 1970 - cancelled 1973.
				15561 (MSN 7356) to RFC Jan 12, 1945 - to NC33346 Braniff - Southern - Reregistered N63SA 1954.   
					Reregistered N742J 1966 - Jet Intl Corp, Montgomery, AL Apr 1970 - VA Mins Inc, Jacksonville, FL Feb 18, 1972
					Derelict (Apr 1976 to May 1980) - Registration pending (Jun 1977 to Dec 1981).
				15562 (MSN 7357) to RFC Mar 1945.  To NC36516
				15563 (MSN 7358) to Pan American as NC30096 Sep 20, 1942.  To XA-GUN with Aeronaves de Mexico.  Crashed Mar 25, 1954.
				15564 (MSN 7359) to Pan American as NCV30097 Sep 20, 1942.  To XA-DIN
				15565 (MSN 7360) condemned Oct 31, 1944.
				15566 (MSN 7361) to Pan American as Nc33320 ca Aug 16, 1944.  To XA-HEP Aeronaves de Mexico
				15567 (MSN 7362) became F-BCYZ with Aigle Azur Oct 2, 1947.  To CF-GOC, Maritime Central Ailines Spr 3, 1951.  
					Later to Eastern Provincial Airways Oct 1, 1963.  Crashed Nov 21, 1964 at Lourdes de Blanc Sablon,
					Quebec.
				15568 (MSN 7363) to RFC May 3, 1945.  To NC17890 WAA - United Airlines Leased Jun 14, 1945, bought
					Aug 1, 1949.  Fitted with radar and named "Sir Echo" - A J Levin Co Aug 27, 1954 - Ladish Co -
					Symington Wayne Corp, Salisbury, MD Airlease Corp Inc, Beaufort, SC Nov 1968 - Parachutes Inc, Orange, MA -
					Aurora Lsg Co, Orange, MA Jan 10, 1975 - Aerocentauro Inc, San Ysidro, CA Oct 1, 1980. N17890 - dismantled
					and fuselage only at San Diego, Brown Field, Nov 1986 - Robert A Rogers, Roswell, NM, bought Jan 9, 1987. 
					Cancelled Mar 1990
				15569 (MSN 7364) W/o 5 Nov 1942 in Greenland; repaired (?); DBR Feb 20, 1945, Presque Isle
42-15570/15869		Stearman PT-27 Kaydet 
				15570/15601 MSN 75-3759/75-3790.  To RAF as FD968/FD999 for use in Canada for Empire Air Training Scheme.  
					Returned to USAF in 1943.
					15577 (MSN 75-3766) To RAF as FD975 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD975;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 10 Jun 1943 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
					15578 (MSN 75-3767) To RAF as FD976 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD976;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 24 Oct 1943 at Rockwall, TX 
					15586 (MSN 75-3775) To RAF as FD984 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD984;  returned to USAAF in 1943; wfu; 
						to N57374; current 2011
					15587 (MSN 75-3776) To RAF as FD985 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD985;  returned to USAAF in 1943; wfu; 
						to N57339; current 2013 
					15589 (MSN 75-3778) To RAF as FD987 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD987;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 15 Dec 1942 at Isleta, NM; repaired (?); w/o 30 Dec 1943 at Tucson, AZ 
					15595 (MSN 75-3784) To RAF as FD993 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD993;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Spivey AAAF 
					15595 (MSN 75-3784) To RAF as FD993 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD993;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 1 Jul 1943 at Spivey AAAF 
					15599 (MSN 75-3788) To RAF as FD997 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FD997;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				15602/15860 MSN 75-3791/75-4049.  To RAF as FJ741/FJ999 for use in Canada for Empire Air Training Scheme.
					Returned to USAF in 1943.
					15607 (MSN 75-3796) To RAF as FJ746 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ746;  returned to USAAF in 1943; wfu; 
						to N59040; current 2013
					15612 (MSN 75-3801) To RAF as FJ751 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ751;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 4 Jun 1943 at Mun Arpt, Casa Grande, AZ; repaired; wfu; to N374BV; current 2013 
					15613 (MSN 75-3802) to civil registry as N73694.
					15619 (MSN 75-3808) registered as N59031
					15621 (MSN 75-3810) o RAF as FJ760 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ760;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Feb 1943 at Camden, AR
					15628 (MSN 75-3817) To RAF as FJ767 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ767;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 6 Jan 1944 at Echeverria Field, AZ; repaired; wfu; to N65200; current 2013  
					15630 (MSN 75-3819) To RAF as FJ769 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ769;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 25 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15649 (MSN 75-3838) To RAF as FJ788 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ788;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 28 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15662 (MSN 75-3851) to RCAF as FJ801.  To N62842.  In 2013 was being restored at Norfolk and Suffolk
						Aviation Museum at Flixton, UK.
					15663 (MSN 75-3852) To RAF as FJ802 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ802;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 4 Mar 1944 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
					15665 (MSN 75-3854) To RAF as FJ804 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ804;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 28 Aug 1944 at Hemet, CA 
					15667 (MSN 75-3856) To RAF as FJ806 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ806;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N53292; current 2013 
					15672 (MSN 75-3861) To RAF as FJ811 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ811;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 29 Jun 1944 at Hunter AAAF, CA 
					15676 (MSN 75-3865) registered as N63268.
					15678 (MSN 75-3867) on civil registry as N59269
					15681 (MSN 75-3870) to civil registry as N50742 Oct 25, 1979 and still current.
					15682 (MSN 75-3871) To RAF as FJ821 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ821;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 3 May 1944 at Norton Airdrome, CA 
					15684 (MSN 75-3873) To RAF as FJ823 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ823;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN
					15687 (MSN 75-3876) To RAF as FJ826 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ826;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N450HS; current 2013
					15692 (MSN 75-3881) To RAF as FJ831 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ831;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 22 Sep 1944 at Thunderbird Field # 2, AZ 
					15696 (MSN 75-3885) was registered as N747JR, now registered as F-AZXN
					15699 (MSN 75-3888) To RAF as FJ838 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ838;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 8 Jun 1943 at Condor Field, CA
					15701 (MSN 75-3890) To RAF as FJ840 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ840;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 25 Nov 1943 at Blythe, CA  
					15704 (MSN 75-3893) to Canada as FJ843.  Became N53231.  Flying in 1999, not registered by 2012.
					15706 (MSN 75-3895) To RAF as FJ845 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ845;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N1942N; current 2013
					15713 (MSN 75-3902) To RAF as FJ852 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ852;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 3 Mar 1944 at Rankin Home Field, CA 
					15718 (MSN 75-3907) registered as N53084
					15720 (MSN 75-3909) To RAF as FJ859 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ859;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						wfu; to N56233; current 2013
					15722 (MSN 75-3911) To RAF as FJ861 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ861;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 26 May 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15726 (MSN 75-3915) To RAF as FJ865 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ865;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 19 Mar 1943 at Paradise Valley, AZ 
					15727 (MSN 75-3916) To RAF as FJ866 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ866;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 8 Mar 1944 at Condor Field, CA; repaired; wfu; to N56749; current 2013
					15736 (MSN 75-3925) to Canada as FJ875.  Ex RCAF 375 FTS and 32 EFTS.  Restored and airworthy 
						in Canada as C-GQUE
					15737 (MSN 75-3926) to Canada as FJ876.  To civil registry as N56551.  Restored and flying in USAAF colors.
					15740 (MSN 75-3929) To RAF as FJ879 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ879;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 13 Jul 1943 at Condor Field, CA
					15741 (MSN 75-3930) To RAF as FJ880 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ880;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 22 Dec 1943 at Blythe, CA 
					15744 (MSN 75-3933) To RAF as FJ883 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ883;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 10 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15748 (MSN 75-3937) to RCAF as FJ887, to N450SS, restored, active
					15751 (MSN 75-3940) was registered N59998, cancelled Nov 8, 2013.
					15752 (MSN 75-3941) To RAF as FJ891 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ891;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 30 Dec 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA 
					15757 (MSN 75-3946) To RAF as FJ896 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ896;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 4 Feb 1944 at Echeverria Field, AZ 
					15758 (MSN 75-3947) To RAF as FJ897 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ897;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 7 Mar 1944 at Glendale, AZ 
					15759 (MSN 75-3948) To RAF as FJ898 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ898;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 15 Feb 1943 at Harrell Field, AR 
					15760 (MSN 75-3949) To RAF as FJ899 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ899;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 26 Jun 1944 at Ryan Field AAAF #2, CA 
					15771 (MSN 75-3960) To RAF as FJ910 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ910;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 23 May 1943 at Huntersville, TN 
					15772 (MSN 75-3961) was registeed as N56883, cvancelled Apr 23, 2013.
					15790 (MSN 75-3979) To RAF as FJ929 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ929;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 15 Jul 1943 at Union City, TN 
					15792 (MSN 75-3981) To RAF as FJ931 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ931;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 16 Feb 1944 at Aguila AAAF, AZ 
					15798 (MSN 75-3987) To RAF as FJ937 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ937;  returned to USAAF in 1943;
						w/o 22 Dec 1943 at Hancock Field, CA
					15801 (MSN 75-3990) registered as N54671.
					15802 (MSN 75-3991) To RAF as FJ941 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ941;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 4 Dec 1943 at Glendale, AZ  
					15804 (MSN 75-3993) was registered N42PW, now registered N48795.
					15811 (MSN 75-4000) with Red Baron Pizza team as N806RB
					15814 (MSN 75-4003) To RAF as FJ953 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ953;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 9 Oct 1943 at Peoria, AZ 
					15816 (MSN 75-4005) To RAF as FJ955 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ955;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 9 Mar 1943 at Trenton, TN 
					15818 (MSN 75-4007) To RAF as FJ957 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ957;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 1 Feb 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15820 (MSN 75-4009) To RAF as FJ959 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ959;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Nov 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
					15827 (MSN 75-4016) To RAF as FJ966 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ966;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 10 Nov 1943 at Peoria, AZ 
					15829 (MSN 75-4018) registered as N747Q
					15833 regiwtered as N7711J
					15841 (MSN 75-4030) To RAF as FJ980 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ980;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 26 May 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15847 (MSN 75-4036) To RAF as FJ986 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ986;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 25 Dec 1942 at Weston, CO 
					15848 (MSN 75-4037) registered as N59260 Jun 1968.  Re-registered Mar 2014.
					15849 (MSN 75-4038) To RAF as FJ988 (ntu); to Canadian AF as FJ988;  returned to USAAF in 1943; 
						w/o 27 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN 
					15851 (MSN 75-4040) with Tillsonburg AS 1994.
					15852 (MSN 75-4041) to RCAF as FJ991, then became N75857.
						Registered G-RJAH Apr 6, 1990.
				15861/15869 MSN 75-4050/75-4058.  15861/15869 to RAF as FK100/FK108 for use in Canada for Empire Air Training Scheme.  
					Returned to USAF in 1943.
42-15870/15894		Douglas C-53-DO
				MSN 7387/7411.  Contract No DAAC-1047
				15870 (MSN 7387) built at Douglas Santa Monica for USAAF, sold to PAN AM (1944-10/47) as NC30089. For 
					Panair do Brazil (1947-1948) as PP-PCS, as PP-NAZ operated by Navegação Aérea Brasileira Nov 22, 1959 
					after take off from  Santos Dumont, Rio de Janeiro Brazil disappeared over the sea at night, 2 fatal.
				15871 (MSN 7388) to RFC Apr 28, 1945.  To NC36803 with Pan American in 1947, to XA-HUS with CVMA (Mexicana).  
					Crashed Sep 28, 1960 near Juchitepec, Mexico.  8 passengers, 3 crew killed
				15872 (MSN 7389) condemned Sep 28, 1942, Florence, South Carolina
				15873 (MSN 7390) delivered to USAAF jul 142.  34th TCS, 315th TCG, Altermaston.  Accident landing at Hendon
					Jan 22, 1943.  7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany; Headquarters Command,
					used by Embassy Flights; Salzburg, Austria, Geneva, Switzerland, Vienna, Austria.
					Returned to USA Mar 1959.  1001st Air Base Wing, Andrews AFB..  To MASDC Aug 1960.
					Sold from Davis Monthan Aug 20, 1961 - To N87638  Aero American Corp,
					Tucson, AZ 1961 - To N569R Island Creek Coal Co, Huntington, WV - Ontario A/W Inc, Auburn, NY (1966) -
					Roasan Inc, Newport Beach, CA 1967 - E A Sperkula, Long Beach, CA (Jan 1972) Air Rent Inc, Chico, CA -
					Steig AG L (Feb74) Kurfiss Avn (Mar74) - To F-OCUY Helicopter res Hemet Buzzichelli "Chateau de 
					Miniesebes" Apr 17, 1975 Hemet Exploration, Toulouse (1980) - To F-BJBY in 1980.
					Crashed Apr 21, 1981 on flight from Oran to Toulouse.
				15874 (MSN 7391) W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Idalon AAAF, TX; repaired (?); wfu; to NC33321 Pan American in 1944 - 
					to YV-C-AVX Avensa in 1949 - Crashed Dec 25, 1952 in sea off La Guaccos, Venezuela.
				15875 (MSN 7392) to RFC 12Jan45 - To PJ-ALA KLM (WI Div) "Ala Blanca" Jul 29, 1945 HP-309
					Rutas Aereas Panamenas SA Feb 16, 1961 - wfu after Jul 1974 - HP-729 Valdiaz SA - Chitreana L mid
					1977 - ACASA, Costa Rica. HP-729  Jun 18, 1984 - HI-445 'Budget Rent-A-Plane', Bordas - F Gomez -
					Mar 8, 1985 but noted at Ft Lauderdale Apr 19, 1988 - N90079 Hill Air Co Ine, Ft Lauderdale, FL
					Dec 18, 1986 - North American Aircraft Sales Co bought Jan 14, 1992 - Hill Air Co Inc, Ft Lauderdale
					Was at museum at Clearwater, FL airport.  Now sitting at Wachula, FL airport.
				15876 (MSN 7393) to RFC Feb 9, 1945 - NC15576 Hawaiian Airlines "12" Lex RFC, B 1949 - N124E Libbey 
					Owens Ford Glass Co, Toledo, OH 1956- A R Dillard Jr, Wichita Falls, TX (1966) - J H Hill, Cypress Hill, 
					TX Sep 1967 - J J Stokes Sr, San Marcos, TX (1973) - M Ohlinger, McAllen, TX RJun 23, 1978.
				15877 (MSN 7394) to RFC 16Dec44 - To NC33331 Northwest "331" leased Mar45 - Oct 1949 - Knudner 
					Agency Inc, New York - To N28C 1952 - Consolidated Food Corp - To N28U Illinois
					Univ Board of Trustees 1967 - Bi-State Assn Inc, Decatur, IL (Feb 1970) - C T Sweet, Colombia,
					MO 1970 - Southgate State Bank & Trust Co of Kansas Apr 1971 - J E Swann Nov 1971 - To N163E Escort Air
					Taxis Inc-Nevada Las Vegas,,NVR27 Aug 1976-Pacific Nail AW (1980) - Grossman, Beverlv Hills, 
					Nov 17, 1980 - w/o 05Dec82 Burbank, CA (taxiing accident) - fuselage to Las Vegas 14Nov 14, 1983 for use as
					restaurant.
				15878 (MSN 7395) to RFC 0ct 8, 1945 - To NC86586 Colonial A,L - III Camcron Jan54 - CC-CLI LAN Chile "211 " 
					CC-CLDQ 1957 -  To CC-CBU - No longer registered.  Rear fuselage used as caravan by circus (1979).
				15879 (MSN 7396) Survey Jun 14, 1944 - NC33322 Pan American -PP-ICT Panair do Brasil 0ct 22, 1947 - 
					PP-NMA Navegacao Aerea Brasileira Aug 7, 1958 - VASP 1962 - To PP-PEE Panair do
					Brasil 0ct 3, 1962 - Crashed Jan 22, 1965 Porto Velho, Brazil.
				15880 (MSN 7397) I-ENOS Avio Lince Italiane Oct 10, 1947.  To ALI Flotte Riunite Sep 12, 1949, to LAI Feb 25, 1952.
					To Italian AF as MM61818 Nov 18, 1952.  WFU.
				15881 (MSN 7398) reported condemned Oct 31, 1943 as salvage. Also reported as NC19918
				15882 (MSN 7399) to NC34950 Mid-Continent Jul 20, 1944 - To Braniff Aug 16, 1952 - Lake Central
					an 15, 1959 - Houston Avn Prods Corp, Houston, TX Dec 31, 1965 - Space Airfreight Lines, New Orleans,
					LA 1966 to 1974 - No longer registered.
				15883 (MSN 7400) on Aug 24, 1944 to NC19928 Northwest Aurkubes ATC44 - Mid-Continent Jan 1949 - 
					Crashed Mar 2, 1951 Sioux City, Iowa.  After a missed ILS approach , the pilot stalled the plane and crashed in poor 
					weather conditions. A stall during a left turn too close to the ground to effect a recovery. Pilot error.  
					3 crew, 13 passengers killed.
				15884 (MSN 7401) MIA Jul 9, 1943
				15885 (MSN 7402) w/o May 3, 1944 when crashed after an engine fire
					forced landing at RAF Shellingford, England, near Faringdon, UK. 
				15886 (MSN 7403) to RFC  Dec 21, 1944 - To NC49556 Braniff 1945 - Southern A/W Co - N67SA reregistered
					1958 - Florida Acft Leasing Jul 3, 1967 - Reregistered N872A  - Jack Richards Acft Co - A&H Enterprises Inc
					Leisure l,and Realty Inc, Detroit, MI (Jan 1970) Carolina Acft Corp, Ft Lauderdale, FL (1971)- D&D Food
					Produce Inc, Surfside, FL Feb 1975 - American Piner; Inc. Ft Lauderdale, FL (Mar 1977) - - 
					To N212NW Oct 10, 1978.  N872A reregistered  Oct 1978.  Current 2011.
				15887 (MSN 7404) to PP-CCZAir Carrier Supply Corp for del to Brazil -
					PP-CCZ Cruzeir(i "Caritiana" Mar 19, 1946 cancelled 14Mar 1971 - B/u (fuselage still at Rio-Jacarepagua
					Apr 1974.   Dismantled Feb 1980.
				15888 (MSN 7405) to RFC May 8, 1945.  to NC12910 to American May 29, 1944.  To War Assets Agency
					Oct 8, 19947, back to 42-15888 with Army Corps of Engineers, Dallas, Texas in 1961
				15889 (MSN 7406) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under
					Lend-Lease Oct 7, 1942.  Crashed and burned out on landing at Kunming
					Nov 19, 1943.  3 occupants killed.
				15890 (MSN 7407) to Chinese National Aviation Corp (CNAC) Sep 18, 1942 under Lend-Lease
					as CNAC 58.  Crashed near Naga Hills, China while flying the Hump Apr 7, 1943.
					One of the 3 crewmembers aboard was killed, but the other two
					survived and walked out. 
				15891 (MSN 7408) to US Navy Aug 13, 1942 as BuNo 06992
				15892 (MSN 7409) to US Navy Aug 16, 1942 as BuNo 06993
				15893 (MSN 7410) condemned Sep 30, 1944, salvage
				15894 (MSN 7411) to US Navy Aug 28, 1942 as BuNo 06994
42-15895		Interstate XO-63 Grasshopper
				Later redesignated XL-6.
42-15896/16723		Stearman PT-17 Kaydet
				MSN 75-4059/75-4886
				15896/16045 loaned to China
					15968 (MSN 75-4131) W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Sadiya, India
					15995 (MSN 75-4158) W/o 7 Jul 1945 at Dikom, India 
					16020 (MSN 75-4183) W/o 31 May 1943 at Dinjan, India
					16033 (MSN 75-4196) W/o 23 Sep 1942 at Karachi AB, India
				16052 (MSN 75-4215) W/o 11 Apr 1943 at Maxwell Field, AL
				16054 (MSN 75-4217) W/o 25 Nov 1943 at Cope, SC
				16066 (MSN 75-4229) registered as N52212. 
				16074 (MSN 75-4237) W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16082 (MSN 75-4245) W/o 30 Jan 1943 at Kenton, TN; repaired (?); wfu;
					To civil registry as N57315, later N245TF.  Exported to New Zealand, now registered as ZK-PJS
				16096 (MSN 75-4259) W/o 28 Jul 1944 at Avenger Field, TX; repaired (?); to civil registry as N64905
				16097 (MSN 75-4260) W/o 9 Mar 1944 at Clarksdale, MS 
				16110 (MSN 75-4273) Wfu; to Dominican Rep AF as 25, later 1306 in Aug 1944; wfu 1957
				16111 (MSN 75-4274) W/o 16 May 1943 at Clarksdale, MS.  Was registered as N61356, cancelled Oct 29, 2014.
				16112 (MSN 75-4275) W/o 21 Dec 1942 at Fletcher Field, MS 
				16118 (MSN 75-4281) to civil registry as N49738
				16127 (MSN 75-4290) W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Fletcher Field, MS 
				16128 (MSN 75-4291) W/o 22 Feb 1943 at Clarksdale, MS 
				16130 (MSN 75-4293) W/o 23 Oct 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16131 (MSN 75-4294) W/o 7 Feb 1943 at Fletcher Field, MS 
				16135 (MSN 75-4298) W/o 21 Jun 1944 at Bennetsville, SC 
				16136 (MSN 75-4299) became N55557, then G-BRUJ Apr 6, 1990
				16144 (MSN 75-4307) registered as N53131 after a history of being a
					spray aircraft.  Planned to be displayed in a proposed Glendale
					Aircraft Museum at Glendale APT, AZ
				16149 (MSN 75-4312) registered as N56856
				16150 (MSN 75-4313) W/o 21 Sep 1944 at Tanner AAAF, AL 
				16159 (MSN 75-4322) was registered as N5906N, became N54X, cancelled Nov 8, 1963.
				16167 (MSN 75-4330) Wfu; to N49730
				16168 (MSN 75-4331) to civil registry as N49730.
				16171 (MSN 75-4334) W/o 17 Jul 1943 at Avon Park, FL 
				16174 (MSN 75-4337) to Guatemalan AF.  Used by Escuela Militar de 
					Aviacion.  To TG-DIR-F.  Cancelled
				16178 (MSN 75-4341) W/o 28 May 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16179 (MSN 75-4342) W/o 19 Jun 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16184 (MSN 75-4347) W/o 18 Jan 1944 at Americus, GA 
				16188 (MSN 75-4351) registered as N93X
				16191 (MSN 75-4354) became N61827.  Registered G-BSDR Apr 6, 1990.
					Reregistered G-IIIG Mar 25, 1991.  Flies in USAAF colors with code 309
				16197 (MSN 75-4360) to civil registry as N49731
				16199 (MSN 75-4362) W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Union City, TN 
				16201 (MSN 75-4364) registered as N54663
				16203 (MSN 75-4366) W/o 22 Feb 1943 at Augustine Field, MS 
				16204 (MSN 75-4367) on civil registry as N59231 with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile 
					Museum, Hood River, Oregon.
				16206 (MSN 75-4369) became N58491.  Sold to owner in Mexico Aug 2005.
				16211 (MSN 75-4374) crashed from steep turn at low level during solo low flying practice near Lorraine, Texas Jun 20, 1944.
					WASP trainee killed.
				16220 (MSN 75-4383) W/o 20 May 1943 at Harrell Field, AR 
				16222 (MSN 75-4385) W/o 7 Apr 1943 at Leola, AR 
				16225 (MSN 75-4388) W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Beaver Dam AAAF, GA 
				16227 (MSN 75-4390) W/o 16 Feb 1943 at Harrell Field, AR  
				16228 (MSN 75-4391) to Guatemalan AF, used by Escuela Militar de Aviacion.
					To TG-GAN-F.  W/o Oct 2, 1963.
				16232 (MSN 75-4395) W/o 28 Jan 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16234 (MSN 75-4397) W/o 31 Jan 1944 at Douglas, GA 
				16237 (MSN 75-4400) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16238 (MSN 75-4401) to civil registry as N49650
				16239 (MSN 75-4402) W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16240 (MSN 75-4403) to user in Jamaca as VP-JAD.  WFu in 1948.
				16241 (MSN 75-4404) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16242 (MSN 75-4405) in 2015 was on display at Jack Erickson/Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR
				16244 (MSN 75-4407) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16248 (MSN 75-4411) to civil registry as N58233
				16261 (MSN 75-4424) W/o 3 Feb 1944 at Eagle Lake, FL 
				16269 (MSN 75-4432) W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Lakeland, FL 
				16274/16276 (MSN 75-4437/4439) loaned to Cuban AF as 44/46
				16279 (MSN 75-4442) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16280 (MSN 75-4443) W/o 9 Nov 1944 at Athens, AL 
				16283 (MSN 75-4446) W/o 24 Mar 1943 at Camden, SC 
				16294 (MSN 75-4457) W/o 8 Dec 1943 at Avon Park AAAF #1, FL 
				16296 (MSN 75-4459) W/o 4 Jan 1944 at Avon Park AAAF #1, FL; registered as N61419
				16299 (MSN 75-4462) to civil registry as N49739.
				16301 (MSN 75-4464) to civil registgry as N49743
				16309 (MSN 75-4472) to Civil registry as N55530.
				16316 (MSN 75-4479) to civil registry as N81DP
				16321 to civil registry as N429AB
				16325 still flying as N59472.  Seen at Freedom Flight, Aurora Ill, 8-5-95.
				16338 (MSN 75-4501)  To civil registry in June 1995 as N8256G and to G-KAYD on March 30, 2016. 
				16343 (MSN 75-4506) 
				16344 (MSN 75-4507) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16345 (MSN 75-4508) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16346 (MSN 75-4509) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16347 (MSN 75-4510) W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Douglas, GA 
				16349 (MSN 75-4512) W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Albany, GA 
				16354 (MSN 75-4517) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16355 (MSN 75-4518) W/o 26 Jun 1944 at Souther Field, GA.  transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, 
					shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16363 (MSN 75-4526) W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Tuskegee, AL  
				16365 (MSN 75-4528) on display at Warner Robins AFB Museum, Georgia
				16366 (MSN 75-4529) W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Lakeland, FL 
				16369 (MSN 75-4532) registeed as N62940
				16371 (MSN 75-4534) W/o 27 Sep 1944 at Lakeland Southeast AAAF, FL 
				16373 (MSN 75-4536) W/o 15 Mar 1944 at Lakeland, FL 
				16375 (MSN 75-4538) Apr 1943 to Guatemalan AF as FAG 33.  Used by
					Escuela Militar de Aviacion
				16376 (MSN 75-4539) Apr 1943 to Guatemalan AF as FAG 34.  Used by
					Escuela Militar de Aviacion.  Sold as TG-CEU-42, to TG-CEU-F.
					W/o Nov 26, 1964
				16378 (MSN 75-4541) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16379 (MSN 75-4542) became N51675.  Registered in Canada Oct 19, 2001 as C-GJIK.
				16380 (MSN 75-4543) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945.  
					With Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota
				16383 (MSN 75-4546) W/o 15 Aug 1944 at Van de Graaff Field, AL 
				16388 (MSN 75-4551) on display at March Field Museum, California.  Has civil registration of N49379.
				16390 (MSN 75-4553) W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Albany, GA 
				16391 (MSN 75-4554) became N61593, then TG-PAT
				16396 (MSN 75-4559) registered as N222FK
				16400 (MSN 75-4563) W/o 12 Jul 1944 at Albany, GA 
				16401 (MSN 75-4564) W/o 10 Apr 1945 at Orangeburg, SC 
				16402 (MSN 75-4565) W/o 15 Sep 1944 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
				16403 (MSN 75-4566) W/o 27 Jan 1946 at Cananoque, Canada
				16409 (MSN 75-4572) became N49777, then N60M.  Registered Oct 5, 2007
					to French user as F-AZNT
				16412 (MSN 75-4575) W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Douglas, GA 
				16417 (MSN 75-4580) was N63711, exported to Brazil in 2009, now PR-ZEH
				16421 (MSN 75-4584) W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Vichy, MO 
				16425 (MSN 75-4588) W/o 20 May 1944 at Avon Park AAAF #3, FL 
				16427 (MSN 75-4590) W/o 27 May 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16428 (MSN 75-4591) W/o 27 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16432 (MSN 75-4595) W/o 15 Nov 1943 at McBride, MO; repaired (?); wfu; to NC88888 
				16434 (MSN 75-4597) W/o 16 Nov 1943 at McBride, MO 
				16439 (MSN 75-4602) W/o 8 Apr 1944 at Avenger Field, TX 
				16448 (MSN 75-4611) W/o 2 Jun 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16449 (MSN 75-4612) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16451 (MSN 75-4614) W/o 5 Jun 1944 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16452 (MSN 75-4615) registered as N49713.
				16453 (MSN 75-4616) W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Taylor Field, FL 
				16455 (MSN 75-4618) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16456 (MSN 75-4619) to WAA.  To civil registration in 1946 as N55718
				16459 (MSN 75-4622) registered as N67119
				16461 (MSN 75-4624) was registered N63512, then N450MS, now N450BB.
				16466 (MSN 75-4629) W/o 25 Oct 1943 at Lakeland, FL 
				16470 (MSN 75-4633) used as crop duster after the war.  Rebuilt and resistered Oct 11, 1983
					as N58720.
				16473 (MSN 75-4636) W/o 19 Sep 1944 at Lakeland Northeast AAAF, FL 
				16476 (MSN 75-4639) W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Arcadia, FL 
				16477 (MSN 75-4640) W/o 14 Apr 1943 at Wayside, MS 
				16479 (MSN 75-4642) became N49977.  Reported sold Dec 2007 to
					owner in South Africa, registered as ZS-SEG May 21, 2008.
				16484 (MSN 75-4647) W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Chabua, India 
				16488 (MSN 75-4651) Wfu; to VT-CMJ
				16489 (MSN 75-4652) W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Denning, India 
				16490 (MSN 75-4653) W/o 18 May 1944 in Burma
				16491 (MSN 75-4654) W/o 19 Dec 1944 at Katha Liason Strip, Burma 
				16495/16497 (MSN 75-4658/4660) Lend-Lease to Colombia as 61, 62, 63 in 1943.
				16499 (MSN 75-4662) lost Oct 23, 1944 at Taipha-Ga, Burma.  MACR 9453
				16504 (MSN 75-4667) W/o 4 Sep 1944 at Douglas, GA 
				16507 (MSN 75-4670) registered as N49658.
				16510 (MSN 75-4673) W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16513 (MSN 75-4676) W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16514 (MSN 75-4677) to civil registry as N49652
				16515 (MSN 75-4678) to civil registry as N49649
				16521 (MSN 75-4684) Wfu; to NC1111
				16523 (MSN 75-4686) to Peru as 860
				16524 (MSN 75-4687) became N9386H in 1956, cancelled in 2013
				16525 (MSN 75-4688) is Red Baron Pizza plane with civil serial N801RB
				16527 (MSn 75-4690) to civil registry as N55809
				16531 (MSN 75-4694) to N60688.  Restored, active.
				16532 (MSN 75-4695) became N54280, then YS-272P, then N37744, then
					N17PT, then OO-USN.
				16535 (MSN 75-4698) transferred to Bolivia Oct 9, 1944, shipped from Newark, NJ Mar 1945
				16545 (MSN 75-4708) W/o 26 Oct 1944 at Kunming, China
				16547 (MSN 75-4710) W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Kunming, China
				16552 (MSN 75-4715) W/o 22 Jun 1943 at Clarksdale, MS
				16556 (MSN 75-4719) W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Decatur, AL
				16558 (MSN 75-4721) Became N55050 then EC-ATY, then G-BSGR Sep 19, 1990.  No UK Certificate of
					Airworthiness issued due to alleged identity problems (some confusion with
					MSN 75-6714).  Registered N75864 Jun 3, 1994 with MSN 75-2101TC.  Noted
					at Kemble, England Apr 2002 as N73410. Registration G-BGSR cancelled Mar 10, 1999.
					Reported Sep 2004 wearing registration EC-AMD
				16587 (MSN 75-4750) W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Americus, GA 
				16588 (MSN 75-4751) registered as N61818
				16590 (MSN 75-4753) W/o 25 May 1944 at Woodward Field, SC 
				16592 (MSN 75-4755) W/o 24 Nov 1943 at McBride, MO 
				16600 (MSN 75-4763) W/o 30 May 1944 at Avon Park AAF, FL.  Listed as being registered as N60961.
				16605 (MSN 75-4768) W/o 9 May 1944 at Madison, AL 
				16608 (MSN 75-4771) W/o 12 Jul 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16611 (MSN 75-4774) W/o 30 Dec 1945 at Hookstown, PA 
				16612 (MSN 75-4775) became N56418, then G-AROY Jun 6, 1961.  Still
					current on UK registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
				16621 (MSN 75-4784) W/o 1 Jul 1943 at Vichy, MO 
				16631 (MSN 75-4794) W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Jackson, TN
				16632 (MSN 75-4795) was registered as N54936, cancelled Jun 26, 1984 on export to Mexico.
				16633 (MSN 75-4796) was registered N56768, cancelled Jan 31, 2013.
				16634 (MSN 75-4797) W/o 10 Jun 1943 at Jackson, TN 
				16645/16647 (MSN 75-4808/4810) Lend-Lease to Colombia in 1943
					16645 (MSN 75-4808) To Colombia AF as 64 in 1943
					16646 (MSN 75-4809) To Colombia AF as 65 in 1943; w/o 8 Jun 1948
					16647 (MSN 75-4810) To Colombia AF as 66 in 1943
				16648/16650 loaned to Dominican Republic
					16648 (MSN 75-4811) To Dominican Rep AF as 10, later 1301 in Apr 1943; wfu 1957
					16649 (MSN 75-4812) To Dominican Rep AF as 11, later 1302 in Apr 1943; wfu 1957
					16650 (MSN 75-4813) To Dominican Rep AF as 12, later 1303 in Apr 1943; wfu 1957
				16651 (MSN 75-4814) W/o 24 Aug 1944 at Americus, GA 
				16655 (MSN 75-4818) W/o 31 Mar 1946 at Arzano, Italy 
				16661 (MSN 75-4824) W/o 30 Aug 1943 at Americus, GA 
				16663 (MSN 75-4826) to civil registry as N55180 and to G-CJIN Mar 31, 2017
				16675 (MSN 75-4838) to civil registry as N52557 but cancelled Dec 3, 1948 and noted Feb 2012 in Philippines
					as RP-C1923.
				16690 (MSN 75-4853) W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Bennettsville, SC 
				16691 (MSN 75-4854). Noted in store at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, California May 22, 2003
				16692 (MSM 75-4855) W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Union City, TN 
				16695 (MSN 75-4858) W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Clarksdale, MS 
				16699 (MSN 75-4862) W/o 3 Mar 1944 at Americus, GA 
				16706 (MSN 75-4869) to civil registry as NX24
				16709 (MSN 75-4872) W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Camden, SC 
				16717 (MSN 75-4880) W/o 5 May 1944 at Carlstrom Field, FL 
				16718/16723 (MSN 75-4881/4886) Lend Lease to Colombian AF in 1943 as 67/72
					16718 (MSN 75-4881) to Colombian AF as FAC67 and still active Dec 2010.
					16723 (MSN 75-4886) registered as HK-3149-P
42-16724/16845		Stearman PT-17
				Order cancelled and airplanes redesignated N2S-4 for US Navy.
42-16846/17863		Stearman PT-13D
				Model A75N1.  MSN 75-5009/75-6026.
				16846 (MSN 75-5009) to civil registry as N450D
				16854 (MSN 75-5017) was registered as N52967, cancelled Jun 9, 2009 and now registered as F-AZSQ
				16865 (MSN 75-5028) reportedly ex BuNo 60906.  Became N68979.
					Registered G-ILLE Mar 7, 1990.  Flies in USAAF colors
					with code 379.
				16869 (MSN 75-5032) became N5379N, later OE-AMM.
				16870 (MSN 75-5033) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60911; w/o 11 Oct 1943 at Tulare, CA 
				16882 (MSN 75-5045) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60923; w/o 6 Oct 1943 at 6 Mi NW Paradise Valley, AZ 
				16883 (MSN 75-5046) to N1177.
				16892 (MSN 75-5055) with Red Baron Pizza team as N808RB.
				16900 (MSN 75-5063) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60941; w/o 7 Jan 1944 at Condor Field No 2, CA
				16901 (MSN 75-5064) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60942; w/o 7 Jan 1944 at Condor Field No 1, CA; repaired (?); 
					To Phillippine civil registry as PI-C543, RP-C543.  On US civil registry in 1993 as N4036 
				16904 (MSN 75-5067) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60945; w/o 30 Sep 1943 at Condor Field No 1, CA 
				16913 (MSN 75-5076) to US civil registry as N68974.  Current.  Restored in late 1980s in 1942 Navy paint scheme.
				16927 (MSN 75-5090) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60968; w/o 16 Dec 1944 at Glendale, AZ 
				16928 (MSN 75-5091) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-R522, RP-$522, RP-C522
				16930 (MSN 75-5093) to civil registry as N5055V, then to G-ERIX
					Mar 9, 1988.  Sold to owner in Belgium Mar 2004.  Registered Mar 18, 2004
					to Flight Incentives NV of Antwerp, Belgium as OO-OPS
				16931 (MSN 75-5094) became N4712V.  Noted Jul 2001 at Wessex Aviation and
					Transport, Dorchester, England
				16933 (MSN 75-5096) on display at IAF Museum, Haratzim, Israel as 4X-AIK and carries the true serial 52.
				16936 (MSN 75-5099) was registered N68976, N450RT, and now N450D.
				16937 (MSN 75-5100) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-R547, RP-R547
				16941 (MSN 75-5104) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60982; w/o 25 Nov 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA 
				16944 (MSN 75-5107) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60985; w/o 11 Nov 1943 at Morton Airdrome, CA 
				16951 (MSN 75-5114) Was also US Navy N2S-5 60992; w/o 16 Dec 1943 at Glendale, AZ 
				16962 (MSN 75-5125) became N1360N, now VH-RMY
				16964 (MSN 75-5127) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61005; w/o 30 Jun 1944 at King City, CA 
				16966 (MSN 75-5129) to US Navy as BuNo 61037.
				16972 (MSN 75-5135) registered as N1307N
				16983 (MSN 75-5146) to US Navy as BuNo 61054.  Now flying in Australia as VH-YST.  Current 201
				16986 (MSN 75-5149) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61027; w/o 18 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC
				16987 (MSN 75-5150) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61028; w/o 29 Jan 1944 at Souza AAAF, CA 
				16991 (MSN 75-5154) to N5000V.  Restored, active, and flies in civil colors.
				17001 (MSN 75-5164) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61042; wfu; to N1391V; to ZK-RDK in Feb 2009
				17002 (MSN 75-5165) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61043; wfu; to civil registry as N1927M
				17005 (MSN 75-5168) to US Navy as BuNo 61046.  wfu; to N66035; to CF-RAF; preserved at Reynolds 
					Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Canada as FJ876
				17009 (MSN 75-5172) to civil registry as N52143.
				17023 (MSN 75-5186) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61064; wfu; preserved at NASM, Chantilly, VA
				17059 (MSN 75-5222) current as N5222.  Noted Jul 9 2011 at Genesso Airshow, New Yor and in July 2015 was based
					at Ska-Edeby, Stockholm, Swede.
				17064 (MSN 75-5227) to US Navy as N2S-5 61105.
				17073 (MSN 75-5236) ex USN 61114. Became N1300V, then C-GPDR, 
					then ZK-AZR. Registered Jan 28, 2003 to G. R. Nicholas of Cremorne, Australia 
					as VH-AAP.
				17074 (MSN 75-5237) possibly registered LV-GFY
				17075 (MSN 75-5238) went to USN as 61116.  wfu; to N5817N; to F-AZDI
				17082 (MSN 75-5245) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61123; w/o 21 Jul 1944 at War Eagle Field, CA 
				17084 (MSN 75-5247) Registered N4826V; registered C-FMUT, cancelled 3Jul07 on export to USA; 
					registration N10KP assigned 31Mar08, registered 25Apr08, current [Mar17] [flies as RAF FJ848]
				17091 (MSN 75-5254) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61132; w/o 18 Jan 1944 at Desert Center AAF, CA 
				17097 (MSN 75-5260) registered as N68488.
				17100 (MSN 75-5263) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61141; w/o 9 Jan 1945 at York, AL 
				17102 (MSN 75-5265) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61143; wfu; to CC-CFA
				17110 (MSN 75-5273) Was also US Navy 61151; wfu; to Argentine Navy as 0308 on 14 Oct 1953; wfu 26 Nov 1959; 
					preserved at Museo Aeronaval de la Armada, Com. Espora, Argentina
				17119 (MSN 75-5282) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61160; w/o 28 Apr 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
				17121 (MSN 75-5284) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61162; w/o 30 Jan 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
				17140 (MSN 75-5303) to civil registry as N75671, then G-CGPY 
				17143 (MSN 75-5326) to civil registry as N4813V and joined the Vintage Flying Museum collection at Meacham Regional
					Airport, Fort Worth, Texas in Oct 2014.
				17151 (MSN 75-5314) became N2208C.  Registration SE-MDM reserved Oct 21, 2008, taken
					up May 12, 32009
				17152 (MSN 75-5315 , wears C-GPTD at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton ON
					12th October 2011
				17159 (MSN 75-5322) to N5272N, N131TP, D-EPTD.
				17161 (MSN 75-5324) registered as N4808V
				17163 (MSN 75-5326) to N4813V
				17169 (MSN 75-5332) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61210; w/o 20 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
				17176 (MSN 75-5339) was registered N3717C, cancelled Jul 10, 2012.
				17179 (MSN 75-5342) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61220; w/o 22 Jun 1944 at King City, CA 
				17182 (MSN 75-5345) became N68489, then HB-RBG
				17188 (MSN 75-5351) restored and flying as N5010V in blue/yellow USAAC colors, coded 629.
				17198 (MSN 75-5361) to US Navy as 61239.  wfu; to N5817N; to Austria in Feb 2008
				17199 (MSN 75-5362) to US Navy as 61240.  wfu; to Nicarague; to VH-YND on 6 Sep 2006; current 2011
				17201 (MSN 75-5364) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61242; w/o 4 Jul 1944 at King City Airport, King City, CA 
				17207 (MSN 75-5370) was registered N4812V, cancelled Jan 14, 1977.
				17208 (MSN 75-5371) was registered as N3996B. Registration cancelled 10/17/12, plane exported to France
				17215 (MSN 75-5378) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61256; w/o 13 Mar 1945 at Glendale AAF, AZ
				17216 (MSN 75-5379) registered as N5176N 
				17223 (MSN 75-5386) became N75664.  Sold May 2005 to owner in Austria
				17227 (MSN 75-5390) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61268; w/o 13 Mar 1945 at Glendale AAF, AZ 
				17241 (MSN 75-5404) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61282; w/o 4 Sep 1944 at Reedley,CA 
				17276 (MSN 75-5439) to civil registry as N5180N, registered Apr 2004
					to Austrian user as OE-CTW
				17277 (MSN 75-5440) registered N3994B
				17288 (MSN 75-5451) registered as N713BP
				17289 (MSN 75-5452) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61330; w/o 20 Jun 1944 at Sequoia Field, CA 
				17292 (MSN 75-5455) was registered as N4793V
				17295 (MSN 75-5458) registered as N10LF
				17298 (MSN 75-5461, N75KM) on display at Western Aerospace Museum, SF-Oakland IAP, CA.
				17302 registered as N9051N
				17306 (MSN 75-5469) was registered N4811V, now N48116
				17310 (MSN 75-5473) is registered as N3955B and based in Czech Republic
				17311 registered as N317PT
				17313 (MSN 75-5476) to civil registry as N4993B but cancelled Jul 19, 1996.  To EC-AST then reregistered
					Jan 29, 2016 as G-EDMK
				17327 (MSN 75-5490) registered as N4866V
				17335 (MSN 75-5498) became N4889U, then EC-AJM, registration N126SE reserved
					but ntu.  Registered May 2006 as OE-AJM
				17338 (MSN 75-5501) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61379; w/o 5 Jun 1946 at Randolph Field , TX 
				17342 (MSN 75-5505) 
				17347 (MSN 75-5510) registered as N121R.  
				17349 (MSN 75-5512) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61390; w/o 17 May 1945 at Tulare, CA 
				17350 (MSN 75-5513) to civil registry as N4657V, then EC-AIF.  Still flying in Spain.
				17359 (MSN 75-5522) at Planes of Fame East, Minnesota registered as N5359N.  Now at Palm Springs
					Air Museum.
				17365 (MSN 75-5528) on display at Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB in 2009
				17371 (MSN 75-5534) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61412; w/o 17 Jul 1946 at Sayer, TX 
				17372 (MSN 75-5535) on German civil registry as D-ECAL in 2012.
				17373 (MSN 75-5536) was registered N4739V, then N804RB, cancelled Apr 30, 1996.
				17377 (MSN 75-5540) delivered to USAAF; [NOT delivered to US Navy]; registered N4738V; registered G-BTZM 13Dec91, 
					cancelled 17Feb92 on export to France; registered F-AZIC 10Dec97, current [Oct16]
				17389 (MSN 75-5552) was registered as N4769V.  Crashed while cropdusting Jun 16, 1978.  Registration
					cancelled Aug 6, 2012.
				17396 (MSN 75-5559) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61437; w/o 15 Jun 1945 at War Eagle Field, CA 
				17397 (MSN 75-5560) became N5021V, then N17112.  Registered
					G-BSWC Nov 16, 1990.  Flies in USAAF colors with code 112.  Seen in Staverton, UK Jun 2005.  Crashed
					approximately 2006.  Reported still active at Staverton Apr 7, 2015
				17399 (MSN 75-5562) registered as N54749
				17400 (MSN 75-5563) became VP-KRR, then 5Y-KRR, then G-AWLO
					Jul 9, 1968.  Still current on UK civil registry as of Aug 7, 2006
				17408 (MSN 75-5571) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61449; w/o 25 Mar 1947 at Martindale Aux Field , TX 
				17414 (MSN 75-5577) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61455; w/o 24 Jul 1945 at Allendale, SC 
				17415 (MSN 75-5578) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61456; w/o 12 Sep 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
				17432 (MSN 75-5595) was registered N1351N, cancelled May 12, 2010 and exported to Brazil, now registered PR-ZGA
				17433 (MSN 75-5596) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61474; w/o 22 Aug 1944 at War Eagle Field, Lancaster, CA 
				17438 (MSN 75-5601) became N1318N.  Sold Mar 2009 to owner in Germany as
					OE-AKJ, which is an Austrian serial.  Based at airfield at Aachen-Merzbruck in Germany
				17440 (MSN 75-5603) registered as N54JH
				17441 (MSN 75-5604) was registered as N1322N, now N450ST.
				17452 to civil registry as N68461
				17456 flying in Yellowknife, NWT as C-GVTI, painted as a Navy
					N2S-3.
				17457 (MSN 75-5620) became N5883, then N520BD,then N620BD.  Sold
					June 2008 to owner in Australia and registered Jun 30, 2008 as
					VH-DNN
				17461 (MSN 75-5624) became N53398 then N2894D.  Registered to Gwane
					Holdings P/L of Camden as VH-SXT.
				17463 (MSN 75-5626) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61504; w/o 11 Oct 1945 at Hawthorne Field, SC 
				17466 (MSN 75-5629). Became NC88ZK, later N88ZK
				17477 (MSN 75-5640) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61518; w/o 22 Sep 1944 at Fuller AAAF, CA 
				17488 (MSN 75-5651) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-R542, RP-R542
				17489 (MSN 75-5652) to Philippine civil registry as PI-R540, later RP-R540.  by 1979 had become RP-C540 on 
					Phillippine civil registry
				17491 (MSN 75-5654) registered as N68832
				17493 (MSN 75-5656) became N5358N. Then became F-AZHR (registration
					F-AZJS originally reserved but NTU.  Now in Musee Volant Salis, La Ferte-Alais, Cerny, France falsely
					marked at US Navy N2S-3 4273.
				17496 (MSN 75-5659) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 61537.  Returned to USAAF, assigned to 3050th AAFBU at Rankin
					Field, California.  Damaged in accident Apr 6, 1945.  Sold as surplus Aug 1945.  Registered N5367N, cancelled
					Apr 8, 2005 on export to France.  Registered Jul 26, 2005 to French user as F-ASZS.
				17511 (MSN 75-5674) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61552; w/o 2 Nov 1944 at Dos Palos AAAF, CA
				17513 (MSN 75-5676) registered as N4864N
				17518 (MSN 75-5681) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61559; wfu; to N68828; w/o 4 May 2014 at Travis AFB  
				17523 (MSN 75-5681) to civil registry as N68828.  Destroyed when it impacted runway during an aerial
					demostration flight at Travis AFB May 4, 2014.  Pilot killed.
				17535 (MSn 75-5698) registered as N5363N
				17546 (MSN 75-5709) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61587; w/o 20 Mar 1947 at Martinez, TX 
				17551 (MSN 75-5714) became N5084N, then G-BPMD Mar 1, 1989, then OO-DBM Feb 16, 1994.
				17553 (MSN 75-5716) on civil registry as N1731B.
				17555 (MSN 75-5718) on civil registry as N5345N
				17558 (MSN 75-5721) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61599; w/o 31 Dec 1945 at Crandfield, OK 
				17559 (MSN 75-5722) delivered to USAAF Jul 21, 1944
			17560 (MSN 75-5723) delivered to USAAF 22Jul44; noted in Boeing publicity photographs in US Navy colors
				 marked as BuNo 52941; Jones AAF, Bonham, TX 22Jul44; 2532nd Base Unit, Randolph, TX; 
				accident 27Sep46; registered N5204N Jul/Aug49, cancelled 19Aug70
				17561 (MSn 75-5722) delivered to USAAF Jul 22, 1944.  Jones AAF, Bonham, TX Jul 22, 1944
				17572 (MSN 75-5735) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61613; w/o 20 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #6 , TX 
				17573 (MSN 75-5736) at Kalamazoo Aviation Museum marked as N2S-5 and registered as N2PP.  The number N2PP
					was later reassigned to N2S-4 29981 and the PT-13 was given the new N-number of N28PU.
				17577 (MSN 75-5740) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C442, RP-C442
				17579 (MSN 75-5742) was registered N1312N, then N175PR, then back to N1312N.
				17581 (MSN 75-5744) by 1957 was registered N259N, cancelled 10/18/12.
					to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C448, RP-C448
				17598 (MSN 75-5761) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C416, RP-C416
				17606 (MSN 75-5769) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61647; w/o 1 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow Aux #4 , TX 
				17608 (MSN 75-5771) was registered as N1707B, cancelled Sep 18, 2009.
				17617 (MSN 75-5780) registered as N5196N
				17628 (MSN 75-5791) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61669; w/o 5 Jun 1946 at Randolph Field , TX 
				17636 (MSN 75-5799) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61677; w/o 16 Mar 1945 at Uvalde, TX 
				17642 (MSN 75-5805) to N75667, then N3922B.
				17646 (MSN 75-5809) became N5323N.  Sold Jun 2008 to owner in Austria
				17653 (MSN 75-5816) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61694; w/o 1 Feb 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #4 , TX 
				17658 (MSN 75-5821) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61699; wfu; to N4760V; current 2012 
				17659 (MSN 75-5822) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61700; w/o 21 May 1946 at Wall, TX 
				17668 (MSN 75-5831) to Peru as 975
				17681 (MSN 75-5844) to civil registry as N1723B but cancelled Sep 9, 1988.  Then to SE-KFT.  Current as D-EMDV.
				17682 (MSN 75-5845) to civil registry as N4786V.  In 2014 was airworthy in blue/yellow colors.
				17685 (MSN 75-5848) registered as N1310N
				17686 (MSN 75-5849) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61727; wfu; to N1729B; to Austria in Jun 2008
				17701 (MSN 75-5864) registered N1944S
				17704 (MSN 75-5867) registered as N72AA
				17714 (MSN 75-5877) registered as N4593N.  Displayed at Discovery Park of America, Union Cityh, TN
				17722 (MSN 75-5885) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61763; w/o 30 Jan 1945 at Tuskegee, AL 
				17724 (MSN 75-5887) on display at Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Center Museum, Dulles Airport marked as 18303.  
					Civil registry of NC36360.
				17725 (MSN 75-5888) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61766; w/o 28 Apr 1945 at Tuskegee AAF, AL 
				17735 (MSN 75-5898) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61776; w/o 27 May 1946 at Rawlins, WY 
				17742 (MSN 75-5905) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61783; wfu,  to N7800C.  Converted to agricultural use.  
					Photographed in 1982, deregistered in 2007.
				17746 flying in Australia as VH-HCJ
				17763 (MSN 75-5926) to civil registry as N5279N.  On display at Planes of Fame Museum, Valle, Arizona
				17775 (MSN 75-5938) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61816; w/o 22 May 1945 at Hawthorne School of Aernautics, SC 
				17779 (MSN 75-5942) registered as N4592N
				17780 noted Oct 2005 in Fred E. Weisbrod Aircraft/International B-24 Museum,
					Pueblo, CO.  Apparently a composite airframe.
				17782 to civil registry as N4596N
				17786 (MSN 75-5949). According to CAA data this aircraft became BuNo 38728 
					(which I list as part of a cancelled lot), then N16716 and then G-BRTK 
					Nov 29, 1989. It apparently donated some components to the airframe at the
					American Air Museum, Duxford, UK which is now quoted as 'mainly' CF-EQS!  
					Registration G-BRTK cancelled by CAA Dec 9, 2008
				17797 (MSN 75-5960) to civil registry as N5195N.  Substantial damage May 16, 1976
					while dusting crops near Rotan, TX.  Substantial damage Aug 4, 2009 when
					crashed near Stoneman Lake near Flagstaff, AZ, one killed.
				17799 (MSN 75-5962)was registered as N754853, now registered as N478CC
				17800 (MSN 75-5963) at USAF Museum, OH.  Was registered N41766 with Boeing, apparently originally in 
					1945; cancelled 7/10/72. Given to the AF Museum by Boeing in 1959. When the AF Museum 
					recently restored it, they said it is restored and marked as it appeared leaving the assembly line, as N2S-5 60591. 
					So I guess it was transferred to the Army after construction.
				17822 (MSN 75-5985) to US civil registry as N5274N.  Sold to owner
					in Germany May 2007.
				17826 registered as N5325N.  Exported to Turkey in 1999.
				17830 (MSN 75-5993) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61871; w/o 7 Feb 1946 at Wall, TX 
				17832 (MSN 75-5995) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61873; w/o 12 Mar 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF, TX 
				17834 (MSN 75-5997) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61875; w/o 9 Mar 1946 at Goodfellow AAAF #5, TX 
				17837 (MSN 75-6000) Was also US Navy N2S-5 61878; w/o 28 Jan 1946 at Wall, TX 
				17841 (MSN 75-6004) on civil registry as N4870M and active at Chambersburg, PA Sep 2015.
				17842 (MSN 75-6005) was N1717B, cancelled Jul 1, 1980.
				17855 (MSN 75-6018) on civil registry as N43YP
42-17864/18245		Cancelled contract for Stearman PT-13D
42-18246/18545		Bell P-39N-1-BE Airacobra
				18276/18285,18287/18296,18298/18300,18302/18305,18310,
					18327,18466,18485/18545 to P-39N-2
				18246 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at Ward's Drome, Gualdalcanal 
				18249 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				18251 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Ward's Drome, Gualdalcanal
				18258 (339th FS, 347th FG) lost Jul 14, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 79
				18260 (339th FS, 347th FG) lost Jul 14, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 80
				18269 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at Bouloupari, Guadalcanal
				18276 to Free French AF
				18284 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 11 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18288 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 23 Apr 1944 at Oak Grove, OR 
				18289 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 5 May 1943 at Carthage, TN 
				18290 (TP-39N) crashed 15 mi SW of Victorville AAB, CA on training mission Sep 6, 1944.
					Pilot killed.
				18291 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 22 Feb 1944 at Desert Center AAF, CA 
				18292 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 4 Jun 1943 at Laguna Oriental, Mexico 
				18294 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 18 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18301 to USSR
				18304 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 16 Oct 1943 at Hampton, TN
				18305 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 19 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA
				18317 (350th FG, 347th FS) bellylanded at Monastir Aerodrome, Algeria Jun 15, 1943.
				18331 (350th FG, 347th FS) wingtip hit water and crashed into sea 85 mi NW of Taher,
					Algeria Aug 24, 1943.  MACR 14563.  Pilot killed.
				18341 to Free French AF
				18351 to Free French AF
				18355 to Free French AF
				18357 (92nd FS, 81st FG) lost Oct 16, 1943, Mediterranean.  MACR 982
				18358 to Free French AF
				18362 W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Capodichino, Italy 
				18365 to Free French AF
				18368 to Free French AF
				18370 (350th FG) lost Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 4097
				18371 to Free French AF.  W/o 15 Jun 1943 at Monastir, Algeria
				18372 W/o 23 Jun 1944 in Adriatic Sea
				18373 W/o 9 Mar 1944 in Italy
				18376 to Free French AF
				18377 W/o 16 Apr 1944 at Capodichino, Italy 
				18380 to Free French AF
				18382 (350th FG) lost Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 5369
				18383 to Free French AF.  DBR Oct 6, 1944 when engine failed during landing
					at Reghaia, Algeria.  Pilot unhurt.
				18386 to Free French AF
				18389 to Free French AF
				18391 to Free French AF
				18393 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Maison Blanche, Algeria 
				18395 to Free French AF
				18400 (35th FG, 41st FS) crashed on takeoff at Nadzab, New Guinea
					Dec 2, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				18404 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at La Joya, Panama 
				18403 recovered 1974 from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea.  Reported at Yesterday's AF, Chino, CA 1974-1993.
					(www.warbirdregistry.org)
				18408 recovered 1974 from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea.  Reported at Yesterday's AF, Chino, CA 1974-1993.
					(www.warbirdregistry.org)
				18410 (35th FG) lost Oct 16, 1943.  MACR 1250
				18414 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Bayport, FL 
				18417 W/o 23 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers AAF, FL 
				18420 W/o 14 May 1943 at Pine Park, GA 
				18421 W/o 20 Jul 1943 at Venice AAB, FL 
				18422 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers AAF, FL 
				18423 W/o 21 Mar 1943 at Pekin, NY 
				18425 W/o 18 Jan 1944 at Murfreesboro, TN 
				18428 W/o 18 Oct 1943 at France Field, Panama
				18431 W/o 23 Nov 1943 at Chame, Panama
				18432 W/o 17 Oct 1943 in Caribbean Sea
				18437 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Anton, Panama
				18440 W/o 20 Jun 1943 at Chame, Panama
				18443 W/o 26 Jun 1943 at San Carlos, Panama
				18444 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Limon Bay, Panama Canal Zone
				18447 W/o 21 May 1944 at 32 miles from Victorville AAF, CA 
				18451 W/o 8 Mar 1944 at Point Trinidad, Panama 
				18454 W/o 10 Oct 1944 at Yturria, TX 
				18456 W/o 21 Aug 1943 at Walterboro, SC 
				18457 W/o 9 Jun 1943 at Venice AAB, FL 
				18460 W/o 15 Aug 1943 at Venice AAF, FL 
				18461 W/o 18 Apr 1943 at Page Field, FL 
				18463 W/o 3 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers, FL 
				18464 W/o 3 Jul 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Casey Key, FL 
				18466 converted to P-39N-2.  Attached to 339 FGB, 504 FBS at Rice AAF, CA.  On Sep 25, 1943
					damaged in taxi accident at Rice Field, CA.  Damaged Jan 10, 1944 in collision with a
					tow target 25 mi NE of Rice Field.  In midair collision with P-39D 41-6870 2 mi SW of Rice
					Field, CA Feb 17, 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				18468 W/o 25 Sep 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				18469 W/o 1 Aug 1943 in Gulf of Mexico off Venice AAF, FL 
				18471 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				18472 W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Davis, CA 
				18474 W/o 17 Aug 1943 at Petaluma, CA 
				18475 W/o 13 Dec 1943 at Concord, CA 
				18477 W/o 10 Jun 1943 at Camp Beak, CA 
				18479 W/o 6 Nov 1943 at Suisun Bay, CA 
				18480 W/o 10 Jan 1944 at Cheyenne, WY 
				18481 W/o 6 Aug 1943 at Camp Cooke, CA
				18482 W/o 16 Mar 1944 at Key Field, MS 
				18483 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Hayward, CA 
				18485 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 29 Jul 1943 at Shelbyville, TN 
				18487 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 21 Dec 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18489 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 31 Aug 1943 at Redmond, OR 
				18490 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 30 Aug 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18491 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 27 Aug 1943 at Elser Field, LA 
				18492 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 24 Mar 1944 at Key Field, MS 
				18493 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 29 May 1943 at Lloyd, FL 
				18494 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Jul 1943 at Bainbridge, GA 
				18498 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 17 Jun 1943 at Coffee Ridge, TN 
				18499 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 19 Jul 1943 at Camp Campbell, KY 
				18501 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 7 Aug 1943 at Brooks Field 
				18502 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 24 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18503 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Jun 1943 at Dickson, TN 
				18504 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 10 Jan 1944 at Porterville, MS 
				18506 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 11 Sep 1943 at Collinsville, MS 
				18508 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 14 Nov 1943 at Fairfax Field, KS 
				18509 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 3 Jun 1943 at Allegheny Co Airport, PA 
				18511 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 19 Oct 1943 at Redmond AAF, OR 
				18513 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18514 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 4 Jun 1943 at Laguna Oriental, Mexico 
				18517 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 20 Aug 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
				18518 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 29 Dec 1943 at Smithville, TN 
				18519 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 16 Jul 1943 at San Carols, Panama
				18522 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 7 Jul 1943 at Brooks Field, TX 
				18523 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 1 Nov 1943 at Waller Field, Trinidad
				18525 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 12 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18529 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 3 Jun 1943 at 2 Mi WNW Greensboro Arpt 
				18530 crashed Sep 29 1943 8 mi NW of Aiken AAF, SC after entered
					uncontrollable spin while on routine training mission.
					Pilot killed.
				18531 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 26 Aug 1943 at Matagorda Peninsula, TX 
				18534 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 6 Apr 1944 at Salton Sea, CA 
				18535 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 11 Aug 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18537 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 12 Oct 1943 at Key Field, MS 
				18539 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 9 Jul 1943 at Into Flint Rock, FL 
				18540 crashed near Victorville, CA Jul 1944.  Pilot killed.
				18542 Conv to P-39N-2-BE; w/o 10 Sep 1943 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone 
42-18546/19240		Bell P-39N-5-BE Airacobra
				18676/18681,18712/18725,18768,18818,18829,18831,18841,
					18857,18870,18876/18879,18881,18882,18884,18887,
					18889/18896,18899/18907,18909/18921,18923/18925,
					18927/18933,18935/18941,18947,19043 to P-39N-6.
				18546 to USSR
				18547 recovered from New Guinea by David Tallichet in early 1970s.  To Planes of Fame.
				18548/18675 to USSR
					18578 To USSR (ntu); w/o 18 May 1943 at Lethbridge, Canada 
					18584 To USSR (ntu); w/o 15 May 1943 at Whitehorse, Canada
					18624 To USSR (ntu); w/o 16 May 1943 at Watson Lake, Canada
				18676 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 23 Mar 1944 at Victorville AAF, Victorville, CA 
				18679 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 11 May 1944 at Marshall Field, KS 
				18680 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 8 Jul 1943 at 5 1/2 Mi SE Brooks Field, TX 
				18682/18711 to USSR
				18712 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 22 Aug 1943 at Eagle Pass AAF, TX 
				18713 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 21 Nov 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18715 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 8 Jun 1943 at Campbell AAF, KY 
				18716 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 18 May 1943 at Leon Springs, TX 
				18718 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 18 Aug 1943 at Desert Center AAB, CA 
				18721 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 16 Dec 1943 at Morton, MS 
				18722 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 14 Jun 1943 at Camp Coxcomb, CA 
				18723 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 23 Feb 1944 at Thermal AAF, CA 
				18726/18756 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory
					18739 to French AF.  Lost to icing Feb 9, 1944 during patrol off
						Algeria.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
					18740 to French AF.  Collided with 41-18741 during patrol off Port-aux-Poules,
						Algeria Jan 21, 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was lost at sea.
					18741 to French AF.  Collided with 41-18740 during patrol off Port-aux-Poules,
						Algeria Jan 21, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
					18743 to French AF.  Crashed Jan 22, 1944 near Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul,
						Algeria.
					18750 to French AF.  Failed to return from dusk patrol in bad weather
						Feb 23, 1944 off Dellys, Algeria.  Pilot lost at sea
				18757 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				18758/18767 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory.
					18763 to French AF.  Failed to return from dusk patrol in bad weather
						Feb 23, 1944 off Dellys, Algeria.  Pilot lost at sea.
					18764 to French AF.  Collided with French Hurricane Jan 28, 1944 during
						dogfight exercise over La Reghaia, Algeria.  Pilot killed.
				18768 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 28 Jun 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA
				18769/18785  loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory
					18769 to French AF.  Force landed at Alma, Algeria Jan 23, 1944 after
						mechanical failure.  Pilot uninjured.  Fate of aicrcraft unknown.
					18778 to French AF.  Slightly damaged Jan 10, 1944 after taxiing accident
						at Oran-La Senia, Algeria with GC I/5 "Champagne"
				18786 W/o 3 Apr 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				18798 (68th FS, 347th FG) lost Sep 6, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 729
				18800 W/o 11 Jul 1943 in Guadalcanal
				18809 W/o 3 Nov 1943 at Nadzab, New Guinea
				18811 recovered 1974 from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea.  To Yesterday's AF, Chino, CA 1974-1993
					(www.warbirdregistry.org)
				18812 (71st FG) lost Feb 16, 1944, Australia.  MACR 3737
				18814 recovered from Tsili Tsili, Papua New Guinea in 1974 and to Yesterdays AF at Chino, California
					1974-2002.  Under restoration by Air Heritage, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.  (www.warbirdregistry.org).
					Seen at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ Nov 2014.
				18816 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory.
				18817 W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				18819 W/o 7 Aug 1944 at Soap Lake, WA 
				18820 W/o 4 Aug 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				18821 W/o 24 Oct 1943 at Martinez, CA 
				18822 loaned to Free French AF, remained on USAAF inventory
				18823 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at Geyserville, CA 
				18827 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Hunters Point, CA 
				18828 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Alameda, CA 
				18836 W/o 29 Jul 1943 at Sarasota AAF, FL 
				18838 W/o 10 Jul 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				18839 W/o 8 Jun 1943 at Ochlocknee, GA 
				18840 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Thomasville AAB, GA 
				18843 W/o 27 May 1943 at Moultrie, GA 
				18845 W/o 28 Jun 1943 at Thomasville, GA 
				18846 W/o 15 Mar 1944 at La Joya, Panama
				18851 W/o 4 Aug 1943 at New France Field, Panama 
				18854 W/o 16 Apr 1944 in Panama
				18855 W/o 1 Mar 1944 at Dakota Field, Netherlands Antilles 
				18856 Conv to TP-39N; w/o 20 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18858 W/o 28 Jul 1943 at New France Field, Panama 
				18860 W/o 26 Mar 1944 at La Joya, Panama 
				18861 (32nd FS) crashed into Caribbean Sea 18 km NW of Aruba
					Dec 21, 1943.  MACR 1456.  Pilot killed.
				18863 W/o 4 Feb 1944 at Old Field, Panama 
				18866 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Chame Field, Panama
				18868 W/o 1 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18870 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 10 Apr 1944 at Key Field, MS
				18871 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Dakota Field, Netherlands Antilles
				18872 W/o 13 May 1943 at San Luis, Guatamala 
				18874 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				18881 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18882 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 2 May 1944 at Key Field, MS
				18884 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 3 May 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18886 W/o 15 Sep 1943 at Aguadulce, Panama 
				18887 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 9 Jan 1944 at Thermal AAF, CA
				18889 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 24 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18890 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 7 Sep 1943 at Santa Rosa AAB, CA 
				18891 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 30 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18892 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 28 Aug 1943 at Laurel AAF, MS 
				18894 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 13 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18895 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 19 Jul 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				18897 W/o 11 Dec 1943 at Petaluma, CA 
				18898 W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Bodega Head, CA 
				18899 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 19 Nov 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				18903 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; conv to TP-39N; w/o 12 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18904 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 16 Dec 1943 at Morton, MS 
				18911 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 11 Jun 1944 at Key Field, MS 
				18917 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 15 Dec 1943 at Albuquerque, NM 
				18918 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 14 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				18920 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 6 Jan 1944 at Christiana, TN 
				18924 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 26 Aug 1943 at Laurel, MS 
				18925 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 21 Jun 1943 at Abilene AAF, TX 
				18928 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 17 Sep 1943 at Kurthwood, LA 
				18930 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 25 Jan 1944 at Columbus, GA 
				18931 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 11 Jun 1943 at Desert Center AAB, CA 
				18931 with 118th TRS, 23rd FG suffered takeoff mishap stateside.
				18935 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 17 Jan 1944 at Esler Field, LA 
				18936 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 4 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				18937 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 9 Nov 1943 at Brookley Field, AL 
				18938 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 6 Jul 1943 at Lebanon, TN 
				18939 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 14 Jul 1943 in Tennessee
				18940 Conv to P-39N-6-BE; w/o 17 Jun 1943 at Laurel AAF, MS 
				18941/18985 to USSR
					18943 W/o 4 May 1943 at Bendix Field, South Bend, IN 
				19002 (12th FS, 18th FG) lost Aug 18, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 540
				19003 W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Wards AD, New Guinea
				19005 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				19022 (68th FS, 347th FG) lost Sep 6, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 690
				19023 W/o 18 Jul 1943 at Gualdalcanal
				19027 abandoned at Tadji, Papua New Guinea in 1945.  Recoverd by Yesterdays AF in 1974.  To
					Frederick A. Johnson/Museum Aeronautica of Tacoma, Washington 1987-1990 for restoration.  Trucked to 
					Tacoma from Chino in 1987.  Noted at Planes of Fame, Cal Aero Field, Chino, CA Jan 13, 2002, displayed as 
					"Small Fry/Little Sir Echo". (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				19029 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Russell Island, South West Pacific 
				19033 (35th FG) lost Oct 16, 1943.  MACR 1251
				19034 reported in 1991 to have been recovered from Tadji, Papua New Guinea in 1974 by Yesterdays AF.
					Reported stored at MARC compound, Chino, CA, 1988.
				19036 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Berry Field, New Guinea 
				19038 W/o 16 Oct 1943 at Finschafen, New Guinea
				19039 abandoned at Tadji, Papua New Guinea in 1945.  Hulk recovered in 1967 and restored.  Now on a pole in 
					J. K. McCarthy Museum in Papua New Guinea. (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				19044 (71st FG) lost Feb 12, 1944, New Guinea.  MACR 4504
				19045 (35th FG) lost Nov 26, 1943, New Guinea.  MACR 1255
				19046/19240 to USSR
42-19241/19445		Cancelled contract for Bell P-39N Airacobra.  Serials later
				reallocated to P-63E-1, which was also cancelled.
42-19446/19595		Bell P-39Q-1-BE Airacobra
				19448 W/o 29 Feb 1944 at Myrtle Beach AAF, SC 
				19452 W/o 7 Dec 1943 at Myrtle Beach, SC 
				19472 W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Wilson Creek, WA 
				19468 (15th FG) lost Dec 18, 1943.  MACR 1462
				19469 (318th FG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACR 1903
				19471 (15th FG) lost Mar 26, 1944.  MACR 3036
				19472 W/o 3 Jul 1944 at Wilson Creek, WA 
				19477 (15th FG) lost Mar 23, 1944.  MACR 3144
				19479/19483 to P-39Q-2-BE.
					19480 Conv to P-39Q-2-BE; w/o 26 May 1944 at Forest Hills, LA 
				19488 (15th FG) lost Dec 18, 1943, Central Pacific.
				19495 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Hilo Bay, HI
				19496 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Hilo Bay, HI
				19498 W/o 15 May 1944 at Kahuka Point, HI
				19502 (318th FG, 72nd FS) hit by enemy fire and ditched into
					Pacific 125 mi NW of Makin Island Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1460.
					Pilot KIA.
				19505 W/o 16 Jun 1943 at San Bruno, CA 
				19507 W/o 26 May 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				19508 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Casper AAB, WY 
				19511 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Brentwood, CA 
				19512 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				19513 W/o 27 Jun 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				19514 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				19515 W/o 25 Jan 1944 at Bodega Head, CA 
				19518 (318th FG, 72nd FS) spun into ocean after tight turn 
					1 mile N of Tarawa while on CAP, Jan 23, 1944, pilot KIA.  MACR 1787
				19519 W/o 11 Mar 1944 at Redmond AAF, OR 
				19522 W/o 14 Jun 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				19523 W/o 8 Aug 1943 at Olema, CA 
				19525 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Little Elm, TX 
				19526 W/o 15 May 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				19527 W/o 19 Jun 1944 at Haleiwa, HI 
				19528 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Brownsville AAF, TX 
				19529 W/o 28 Jul 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
				19530 W/o 3 Jan 1944 at Indian Wells, CA 
				19531 W/o 19 Sep 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI; repaired (?); in midair collision with BC-1 37-652 Dec 3, 1943 
					3 mi SE of Palm Springs AAF.  Pilot killed, as were the two people onboard the BC-1.
				19533 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at Romulus AAB, MI 
				19537 W/o 8 Jul 1944 at Mokuleia, HI
				19538 W/o 23 Mar 1944 at Bellows Field, HI
				19539 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Bellows Field, HI
				19541 W/o 19 Mar 1944 at Kaneohe, HI
				19548 (318th FG, 72nd FS) shot down by AAA at Mille, Marshall
					Islands Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1461.  Pilot KIA
				19553 W/o 16 May 1944 at Schofield Barracks, HI
				19554 W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Tillamook, OR 
				19555 W/o 31 Oct 1943 at Portland AAB, OR 
				19558 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				19559 W/o 3 Aug 1943 at Plainview, OR 
				19560 W/o 6 Jul 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				19561 W/o 11 Jun 1943 at 2 1/2 Mi E Healdburg, CA 
				19562 crashed at Moses Lake AAF, Washington State Jul 20, 1944
				19563 W/o 2 Dec 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				19565 W/o 5 Oct 1943 at Beaverton, OR 
				19567 W/o 29 Jun 1943 at Tonopah, NV 
				19570 W/o 17 Apr 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				19569 (78th FG 84th FS   "Okie III" WZ-Z) hit by flak Sep 6, 1944 and pilot parachuted near Weihermühle, Germany.
                             	Pilot apparently executed by SS officers.   MACR 8407
				19572 W/o 13 Aug 1943 at Vancouver, WA 
				19573 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Point Jenner, CA 
				19594 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
42-19596/20545		Bell P-39Q-5-BE Airacobra
				19608,19610,19612,19614,19616,19624,19626,19628,19636,
					19640,19642,19644/19646, all even numbers 19648/19696,
					all odd numbers 19697/19719, 19723,19725, odd numbers
					19927/19975,19977/19979, 19981,19983,19985,19987,
					all odd numbers 19989/20011, 20013/20015, 20017/20019,
					odd numbers 20021/20065,20067/20069, odd numbers
					20071/20091,20095/20097,20099,20101,20103,20105
					converted to P-39Q-6-BE
				19596 to USSR
				19597 converted to TP-39Q two-seat trainer.  Abandoned after emergency landing July 20, 1945 at Hobbs, 
					New Mexico while on way to RFC.  To Capitan High School, Lincoln, New Mexico.  Acquired by Joe Brown of Hobbs,
					New Mexico and donated to Confederate AF in 1962.  Recovered derelict hulk c 1967 and sold to John
					Stokes and donated to CAF for static exhibition.  
					Registered as N6968 and restored to airworthy in single-seat configuration 1968-1974.  Flown again Jun 9, 2001.  
					Confederate AF renamed Commemorative AF 2002.  Flown regularly in USSR 
					markings at airshows.  (www.warbirdregistry.org).  Landing accident Apr 18, 2005, Fredericksburg, Texas.
					Landing accident Jul 3, 2010 at Tyler, Texas.  First post-restoration flight Mar 15, 2015
				19598/19601 to USSR
				19602 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 17 May 1943 at Albion, NY 
				19603 W/o 24 May 1943 at Albion, NY 
				19604 to USSR
				19605 to USSR
				19606 W/o 7 Jul 1944 at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
				19607 W/o 30 Jul 1943 at Venice AAB, FL 
				19608 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 May 1944 at Victorville AAF, Victorville
				19609 W/o 28 May 1943 at Nashville (?), TN
				19611 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Ft Myers, FL
				19612 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 Nov 1943 at Desert Center, A
				19613 W/o 14 Aug 1943 at Gasparilla Island, FL
				19614 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Jun 1943 at Columbus, GA
				19616 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 29 Sep 1943 at Thermal AAF, CA
				19617 W/o 14 Jul 1943 at Venice, FL
				19618 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
				19621 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Placida, FL
				19623 W/o 21 Jun 1943 at Gasparilla Sound, FL
				19625 W/o 12 Nov 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC
				19627 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 16 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19628 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 1 Dec 1943 at Boringuen Field, Puerto Rico
				19630 W/o 2 Mar 1944 in Puerto Rico
				19631 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 8 Nov 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX
				19632 W/o 27 Dec 1944 in Puerto Rico
				19633 W/o 3 May 1944 at Portland AAB, OR
				19638 W/o 7 May 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA
				19640 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; conv to TP-39Q; w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19643 W/o 17 Oct 1944 at Madden Field, Panama
				19644 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Feb at Cadiz Dry Lake, CA
				19646 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 24 Jun 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA
				19647 W/o 9 Oct 1944 at Manzinillo Point, Panama
				19649 W/o 27 Mar 1945 at Howard Field, Panama Canal Zone
				19652 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Apr 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19657 W/o 13 Aug 1944 at Anton, Panama; repaired (?); (26th FG) lost at Madden Field, Panama Dec 28, 1944.  MACR 19723
				19658 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 21 Aug 1944 at Paine Field, WA
				19659 (26th FG) lost at Madden Field, Panama Dec 28, 1944.  MACR 10724
				19661 W/o 8 Dec 1944 at San Carlos, Panama
				19662 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 10 Sep 1943 at Keystone AAF
				19663 W/o 31 Jul 1944 at Chame, Panama 
				19665 W/o 31 Mar 1944 at Chepillo Island, Panama
				19667 W/o 6 Oct 1943 at Madden Field, Panama 
				19669 W/o 26 Dec 1944 at La Joya, Panama
				19670 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Thermal AAF, CA
				19671 W/o 22 Dec 1943 at Seymour Island, Galapagos 
				19672 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 15 Jun 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA
				19673 W/o 22 Dec 1943 at Seymour Island, Galapagos 
				19675 W/o 10 Nov 1944 at Chame, Panama
				19676 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 5 Mar 1944 at El Paso, NM
				19677 W/o 2 Feb 1944 at Madden Field, Panama
				19680 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 16 Jun 1943 at Hopkins Wells, CA
				19684 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 30 Jan 1944 at Shreveport, LA
				19685 W/o 21 Jan 1944 at Madden Field, Panama 
				19686 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Keystone AAF, FL
				19689 W/o 19 May 1944 at La Joya, Panama
				19694 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 24 Aug 1943 at Keystone AAF, FL
				19696 to USSR
				19698 to USSR
				19699 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 30 Aug 1943 at Esler Field, LA
				19700 to USSR
				19702 to USSR
				19704 to USSR
				19706 to USSR
				19707 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 1 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA
				19708 to USSR
				19709 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 26 Nov 1943 at Tallahassee, FL 
				19710 to USSR
				19711 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 30 Oct 1943 at Smith Creek, MI 
				19712 to USSR
				19713 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 22 Feb 1944 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19714 to USSR
				19715 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 2 Aug 1944 in Washington State
				19716 to USSR
				19717 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 20 Feb 1944 at Pt Reyes, CA
				19718 to USSR
				19719 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 22 Jul 1944 in Washington State
				19720 to USSR
				19721 W/o 18 Jun 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				19722 to USSR
				19723 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 14 Apr 1944 at Sutter, CA 
				19724 to USSR
				19726 to USSR
				19727/19873 to USSR
					19735 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 25 Jun 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
					19819 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 27 Jul 1943 at Sonoma, CA 
					19855 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 13 Jul 1943 at East Chicago, IN 
					19871 crashed Jul 2, 1943 50 mi SE of Whitehorse.  Pilot bailed out
						successfully.
					19883 served with 72nd TRG in Panama Canal Zone before the transfer.
				19874 W/o 17 Jul 1943 at San Bruno Mountain, CA 
				19875 to USSR
				19876 W/o 13 Feb 1944 at 80 miles from Marysville, CA 
				19877 to USSR
				19879 to USSR
				19880 W/o 3 Sep 1943 at Oroville AAF, CA 
				19881 to USSR
				19882 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Clear Lake, CA 
				19883 to USSR
				19884 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Palomares Canyon, CA
				19885 to USSR
				19886 W/o 28 Jul 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				19887 to USSR
				19888 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at San Pablo Bay, CA 
				19889 to USSR
				19891 to USSR
				19893 to USSR
				19894 W/o 17 Aug 1943 at 40 miles from Santa Maria, CA 
				19895 to USSR
				19897 to USSR
				19899 to USSR
				19900 W/o 29 Dec 1943 at Oroville AAF, CA 
				19901 to USSR
				19905 to USSR
				19906 W/o 25 Nov 1943 at Concord, CA 
				19907 to USSR
				19908 W/o 22 Dec 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				19909 to USSR
				19910 W/o 15 Oct 1943 at Great Falls, MT 
				19911 to USSR
				19912 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Rio Vista, CA 
				19913 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 3 Aug 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19914 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 17 Feb 1945 at Yuma AAF, AZ 
				19915 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; to USSR (ntu?); w/o 7 Nov 1943 at Desert Center AAF, CA 
				19917 to USSR
				19919 to USSR
				19921 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 2 Aug 1943 at Branchville, SC 
				19922 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Wheatfield, NY 
				19923 to USSR
				19925 to USSR
				19926 to USSR
				19927 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 19 Dec 1943 at Nadzab, New Guinea
				19929 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 Sep 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea 
				19932 W/o 31 Jan 1944 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19934 W/o 20 Dec 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19936 W/o 9 Jul 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				19938 W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Congaree AAF, SC 
				19943 remains with Australian Airacobra Association, Townsville, Queensland, Australia 2000-2002
				19946 W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Winchester, TN; repaired (?); w/o 29 Dec 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19948 to USSR
				19949 (6th FG) lost Jan 12, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 2287
				19952 W/o 12 Mar 1944 at Rice AAF, CA 
				19954 to USSR
				19958 to USSR
				19959 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; (8th FG) lost Oct 28, 1943, Bulldog, New Guinea.  MACR 1006
				19960 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19962 in midair collision with 42-20038 near Moses Lake, WA
					Jun 30, 1944.  Pilot of 19962 killed.
				19964 to USSR
				19967 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 13 Oct 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea
				19971 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 18 Oct 1943 at Ward's Drome, New Guinea
				19974 to USSR
				19976 transferred to US Navy as F2L-1K (91103)
				19980 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 24 Oct 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX 
				19982 W/o 29 Dec 1944 at Las Vegas, NV 
				19987 (8th FG) lost Oct 28, 1943, Bulldog, New Guinea.  MACR 1005
				19988 W/o 11 Oct 1943 at Laguna, AZ 
				19990 W/o 9 Nov 1943 at Walterboro AAF, SC 
				19991 (36th FS, 8th FG) abandoned at Tadji PNG 1943/44.  Recovered in 1974 and reportedly now in storage with
					Yesterdays AF at Chino Airport. (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				19993 (MSN 26E-397) SOC May 21, 1945 and abandoned at
					Tadji, Papua New Guinea.  Recovered from Tadji in 1974.  
					Taken to New Zealand and then to Australia where was displayed
					in Moorabbin Air Museum from 1982 to 1988.  Reported 1989 at Drage
					Air World, Wangaratta, Australia. Moved to USA
					for restoration.  Restored to static display standard for 
					Santa Monica Museum of Flying and displayed 1991-1994.  Bought by The Fighter 
					Collection of Duxford, England and is now under restoration as N139DP 
					at Fighter Rebuilders Inc at Chino, CA. for The Fighter Collection of Duxford, England. 
					Made first flight Jun 17, 2004.  Registered as N793QG Jun 10, 2004.
					Registration N793QG cancelled Feb 16, 2007.  Registered
					G-CEJU Feb 21, 2007 to Patina Ltd (AKA The Fighter Collection)
					of Duxford, England despite the fact that N139DP had been assigned to the plane
					since Jan 9, 1992
				19994 W/o 7 Jun 1944 at Tinker Field, OK 
				19995 flown by Lt. William A. Shomo, Medal of Honor winner.  (8th FG, 36th FS)
					Abandoned at Tadji, Papua New Guinea Dec 1944.  Recovered by David
					Tallichet's team from Yesterdays AF in 1974 and stored at Yesterday's
					AF until 1980.  Loaned to Air Heritage Inc, Beaver Falls, Pennslylvania 1990-1998.
					Restoration started, but later abandoned.  Loaned to MAPS Aircraft Museum, Akron-Canton, Ohio
					1997-2001.  Donated to Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Serviceman's Park.  (www.warbirdregistry.com)
				19999 (71st FG) lost Jul 3, 1944.  MACR 6690
				20000 on display at March Field Museum, California.  This is actually a
					composite aircraft made up from components of several P-39s
				20002 W/o 18 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				20006 W/o 13 Jun 1944 at Quartzite, AZ 
				20007 recovered in 1974 from Tadji, Papua New Guinae by Yesterday's AF team.  On display at Virginia Air
					and Space Center, Hampton, Virginia since 1993.  (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				20008 W/o 1 Aug 1943 at Congaree AAF, SC 
				20014 W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Shelbyville, TN 
				20015 was hit by P-47 42-23163 Jun 4, 1944.  Both aircraft salvaged.
				20019 (35th FG) lost Oct 27, 1943.  MACR 1245
				20020 W/o 31 Jul 1944 in Washington State
				20023 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 15 Oct 1943 at Tsili Tsili, New Guinea
				20024 modified as TP-39Q-5 two-seat trainer
				20026 W/o 10 Dec 1943 at Marysville AAF, CA 
				20027 (324th FG, 315th FS) shot down by Obfw. Rudolf Ehrenberger in Bf 109G-6/trop of JG 53/6. 10 km S of 
					Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 8, 1943. Pilot POW.  MACR 61.  Noted Aug 2003 at Virginia Air and Space 
					Center, Hampton, Virginia.  It is possible that this plane is really 42-20007.
				20028 W/o 16 Apr 1944 at Portland AAB, OR 
				20029 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 10 Dec 1943 at Nadzab, New Guinea
				20030 W/o 16 Aug 1943 at Oakland, CA 
				20031 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; (8th FG) lost Oct 27, 1943, New Britain.  MACR 1007 
				20033 (35th FG) lost Nov 23, 1943, SW Pacific.  MACR 1264
				20036 (328th FG, 327th FS) crashed on training flight out of
					San Francisco Army Airdrome Jul 19, 1943. 
				20038 in midair collision with 42-19962 near Moses Lake, WA
					Jun 30, 1944.  Pilot of 20038 bailed out OK, other
					pilot killed.
				20040 W/o 19 Jan 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20042 to USSR
				20044 W/o 19 Aug 1943 at Camp Beale, CA 
				20046 W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Broad Pass, AK 
				20048 W/o 25 Nov 1943 at Grizzley Island, CA 
				20050 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Oroville AAF, CA
				20052 W/o 6 Oct 1943 at San Francisco, CA
				20054 W/o 24 Oct 1943 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20060 W/o 23 Feb 1944 at Gridley, CA 
				20066 W/o 7 Jul 1943 at Ontario, IN 
				20068 W/o 6 Apr 1944 at Cario, GA 
				20072 to USSR
				20074 W/o 3 Apr 1945 at Yuma, AZ  
				20075 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 17 May 1944 at Empress Augusta Bay, Gaudalcanal
				20076 W/o 29 Dec 1943 at Camp Coxcomb, CA 
				20078 W/o 30 Oct 1943 at Congaree AAF, SC 
				20082 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Drylyn, CA 
				20086 to USSR
				20087 Conv to P-39Q-6-BE; w/o 9 Apr 1944 at Green Island, South West Pacific
				20094 W/o 26 Jul 1943 at Drew Field, FL 
				20102 W/o 21 Sep 1943 at Shavers Summit, CA 
				20107 (347th FG) lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2609
				20108 W/o 13 May 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				20112 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Waterboro AAF, SC 
				20114 W/o 11 Aug 1943 at Drew Field, FL 
				20122 W/o 15 Jul 1943 at Waterboro AAF, SC 
				20124 to USSR
				20126 to USSR
				20128 to USSR
				20130 to USSR
				20132 to USSR
				20134 to USSR
				20136 to USSR
				20138 to USSR
				20140 to USSR
				20142 to USSR
				20144 to USSR
				20146 to USSR
				20148 to USSR
				20150 to USSR
				20152 to USSR
				20154 to USSR
				20156 to USSR
				20158 to USSR
				20160 to USSR
				20162 to USSR
				20164 to USSR
				20166 to USSR
				20167 to USSR
				20168 to USSR
				20170 to USSR
				20171 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area.
				20172 to USSR
				20174 to USSR
				20176 to USSR
				20178 to USSR
				20180 to USSR
				20182 to USSR
				20184 to USSR
				20186 to USSR
				20188 to USSR
				20190 to USSR
				20192 to USSR
				20194 to USSR
				20196 to USSR
				20198 to USSR
				20200 to USSR
				20202 to USSR
				20204 to USSR
				20206 to USSR.  Wreckage recovered in Murmansk area.
				20208 to USSR
				20210 to USSR
				20212 to USSR
				20214 to USSR
				20216 to USSR
				20218 to USSR
				20220 to USSR
				20222 to USSR (ntu?); w/o 17 Jul 1943 at Fort St John, Canada
				20224 to USSR
				20226 to USSR
				20228 to USSR
				20230 to USSR
				20232 to USSR
				20234 to USSR
				20236 to USSR
				20238 to USSR
				20240 to USSR
				20242 to USSR
				20244 to USSR
				20246 to USSR
				20248 to USSR
				20250 to USSR
				20252 to USSR
				20254 to USSR
				20256 to USSR
				20258 to USSR
				20260 to USSR
				20262 to USSR
				20264 to USSR
				20266 to USSR
				20268 to USSR 
				20270 to USSR
				20272 to USSR
				20274 to USSR
				20276 to USSR
				20278 to USSR
				20280 to USSR
				20282 to USSR
				20284 to USSR
				20286 to USSR
				20288 to USSR
				20290 to USSR
				20292 to USSR
				20294 to USSR
				20296 to USSR
				20298 to USSR
				20300 to USSR
				20302 to USSR
				20304 to USSR
				20306 to USSR
				20308 to USSR
				20310 to USSR
				20312 to USSR
				20314 to USSR
				20316 to USSR
				20318 to USSR
				20320 to USSR
				20322 to USSR
				20324 to USSR
				20326 to USSR
				20330 to USSR
				20332 to USSR
				20334 to USSR
				20336 to USSR
				20338 to USSR
				20339 (36th FS, 8th FG) abandoned at Tadji PNG 1943/44.  Recovered 1974
					fro Jadgi.  Reported 1988 at Yesterday's AF at Chino airport.
				20340 to USSR
				20342 to USSR
				20344 to USSR
				20346 to USSR
				20348 to USSR
				20350 to USSR
				20351 (71st FG) lost May 21, 1944.  MACR 5063
				20352 to USSR
				20353 (71st FG) lost Aug 2, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 8640
				20354 to USSR
				20356 to USSR
				20357 (71st FG) lost Sep 2, 1944, New Guinea.  MACR 8634
				20360 to USSR
				20362 to USSR
				20364 to USSR
				20366 to USSR
				20368 to USSR
				20370 to USSR
				20372 to USSR
				20373 (15th FG) lost Jan 3, 1945.  MACR 11696
				20374 to USSR (ntu); w/o 10 Nov 1944 at Weslaco, MI
				20376 to USSR
				20377 W/o 20 Jun 1944 at Kaeha Point, HI 
				20378 to USSR
				20380 to USSR
				20381 W/o 17 Sep 1944 at Mokuleia, HI
				20382 to USSR
				20384 to USSR
				20386 to USSR
				20388 to USSR
				20390 to USSR
				20392 to USSR
				20394 to USSR
				20395 W/o 6 Sep 1944 at Portabelo, Panama
				20396 to USSR
				20398 to USSR
				20400 to USSR
				20402 to USSR
				20403 W/o 31 Dec 1944 at Nombre de Dios, Panama 
				20406 to USSR
				20408 to USSR
				20409 W/o 13 Jan 1945 at Aguadulce, Panama
				20410 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 30 Oct 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX 
				20414 to USSR
				20416 to USSR
				20418 to USSR
				20420 to USSR
				20421 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Aguadulce, Panama 
				20422 to USSR
				20433 W/o 31 May 1944 at New Field, Panama 
				20439 W/o 31 Jul 1943 at Tampico, Mexico
				20442 to USSR.  Wreck noted spring 2004 in storage at Norwegian Aviation
					Museum, Bodo, Norway.
				20443 W/o 25 Nov 1944 at New Field, Panama
				20444 to USSR
				20445 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Hato Field, Netherlands Antilles
				20457 W/o 31 May 1944 at Naples AAF, FL 
				20467 W/o 27 Nov 1943 at Harleyville, SC 
				20471 to USSR
				20473 to USSR
				20475 to USSR
				20486 to USSR
				20511 W/o 5 Aug 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
42-20546/21250		Bell P-39Q-10-BE Airacobra
				20546/20624 to USSR
					20566 crashed Nov 25, 1943 at Vognfjordfjellet Finnmark,
						Norway.  Russian pilot killed.
					20575 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area
					20576 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 12 Aug 1943 at Great Falls, MT 
					20577 crashed Holmvatnet Sor-Vaaanger, Norway Jun 27, 1944
					20586 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 1 Aug 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
					20599 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 30 Aug 1943 at Gore Field, MT 
					20613 seen on display at Yakutsk, Russia.
					20618 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area
				20626/20650 to USSR
					20626 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 28 Dec 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
					20646 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 11 Nov 1943 at Romulus AAF, MI 
				20652 to USSR
				20654/20690 to USSR
					20661 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 23 May 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
					20690 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 1 May 1944 at Ft Nelson, Canada
				20692 W/o 30 Sep 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20693/20694 to USSR
				20696 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				20698 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				20702 W/o 6 Apr 1944 at Cairo, GA 
				20704 W/o 6 Feb 1944 at Rice AAF, CA 
				20705 W/o 15 Feb 1944 at Charleston AAF, SC 
				20710 W/o 10 May 1944 at Daniel Field, GA 
				20711 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 8 Nov 1944 at Laguna Madre, TX 
				20712 W/o 22 Aug 1943 at Lloyd, FL 
				20713 W/o 4 Apr 1944 at Thomas County Farm, GA 
				20714 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20716 W/o 23 Oct 1944 at Ft Meyers, FL 
				20717 W/o 30 Sep 1943 at Aucilla River, Gulf of Mexico 
				20722 W/o 21 Jan 1944 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20724 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY
				20728 W/o 13 May 1944 at Quincy, WA 
				20729 W/o 13 Nov 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20730 W/o 23 Aug 1944 at Immokalee, FL 
				20731 W/o 4 Sep 1943 at St Marks, FL 
				20732 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Pavo, GA 
				20733 to NX92847 and converted to Cobra I racer.  Crashed at Buffalo, NY Aug 30, 1946, killing Jack Woolams.
				20734 W/o 24 May 1944 at Mae, WA 
				20735 W/o 27 Sep 1943 at Rice AAF, CA 
				20736 W/o 6 Nov 1943 at Lloyd, FL 
				20740 W/o 24 Nov 1943 at NAAS Santa Rosa, CA 
				20741 W/o 20 Nov 1943 at Cloverdale, CA 
				20743 W/o 23 Dec 1943 at Fairfield AAB, CA 
				20745 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				20746 W/o 1 Jul 1944 at 45 miles from Ephrata AAF, WA 
				20747 W/o 13 Dec 1943 at Redding AAF, CA 
				20748 W/o 4 Oct 1943 at El Chapo, Mexico 
				20749 W/o 15 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				20751 W/o 23 Apr 1944 at Merridian, CA 
				20752 W/o 12 Aug 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				20755 W/o 18 Sep 1943 at Roseville, CA 
				20757 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Hayward, CA 
				20759 W/o 5 Sep 1943 at Oakland, CA
				20760 W/o 13 Sep 1943 at Cotati, CA 
				20761 W/o 17 Jan 1944 at Tonopah, NV 
				20762 W/o 18 Nov 1943 at San Francisco Bay, CA 
				20763 W/o 4 Jan 1944 at Point Montera, CA 
				20764 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Iverness, CA 
				20765 W/o 2 Jan 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20766 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20767 W/o 22 Jun 1944 at Farmer, WA 
				20768 W/o 27 Mar 1944 at Concord AAF, CA 
				20771 W/o 25 Apr 1944 at Ephrata AAF, WA 
				20772 W/o 21 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20773 W/o 20 Sep 1943 at Keystone AAF 
				20774 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA
				20775 W/o 6 Sep 1943 at Gainesville, FL 
				20776 W/o 15 Apr 1944 at Camp Beale, CA
				20778 W/o 2 Jan 1944 at Tonopah AAF, NV 
				20779 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Portland AAB, OR 
				20782 W/o 10 Dec 1943 at San Francisco MAP, CA 
				20787 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20789 W/o 22 Oct 1943 at Crawley, GA 
				20790 W/o 6 Jul 1944 at Odessa, WA 
				20791 W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Walterboro, SC 
				20792 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				20793 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Townsend, GA 
				20794 pilot bailed out due to fuel exhaustion near Coulee City, WA Jun 29, 1944.
				20797 W/o 27 Aug 1943 at Folkston, GA
				20798 W/o 7 Nov 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20799 W/o 8 Sep 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20800 W/o 10 Jul 1944 at 45 miles from Ephrata AAB, WA 
				20802 W/o 7 Oct 1943 at Boonville, CA 
				20804 crashed Feb 23, 1945 12 mi SW of Kingman, AZ when pilot was unable
					to recover from a flat spin.  Pilot killed.
				20806 W/o 2 Nov 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20807 transferred to US Navy as F2L-1K (91102)
				20812 W/o 12 Jan 1944 at Gridley, CA 
				20813 Conv to TP-39Q; w/o 9 Jul 1944 at Victorville AAF, CA 
				20818 W/o 18 Apr 1944 at Drakes Bay, CA 
				20819 W/o 23 Aug 1943 at Smyrna AAF, TN 
				20822 W/o 11 Jan 1944 at Tonopah AAF, NV 
				20826 W/o 16 Apr 1944 at Napa, CA
				20827 W/o 29 Aug 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20828 W/o 7 Jan 1944 at Graton, CA 
				20834 W/o 17 Mar 1944 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20835 W/o 30 Mar 1944 at Portland AAB, OR 
				20836 W/o 5 Dec 1943 at Daly City, CA 
				20838 W/o 13 Sep 1944 at Naples AAF, FL 
				20840 W/o 25 Sep 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20842 W/o 7 Oct 1943 at Florance Lake, CA 
				20843 W/o 2 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20844 W/o 9 Oct 1943 at Phoenix, AZ 
				20845 W/o 26 Sep 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20846 W/o 8 Jul 1944 at Moses Lake AAF, WA 
				20848 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Brentwood, CA 
				20850 W/o 26 Nov 1943 at Hamilton Field, CA 
				20852 W/o 22 Sep 1943 at Santa Rosa AAF, CA 
				20853 W/o 14 Jul 1944 at Orondo, WA 
				20854 W/o 22 Feb 1944 at Napa, CA 
				20855 W/o 10 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20856 W/o 25 Dec 1943 at Sebastopol, CA 
				20857 W/o 9 Aug 1944 at Soap Lake, WA 
				20858 W/o 6 Oct 1943 at Pinole, CA 
				20862 W/o 23 Sep 1943 at Tubbs Island, CA
				20866 W/o 15 May 1944 at Pescadero, CA 
				20868 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at San Mateo Bridge, CA 
				20869 (MSN 26E-324) converted to Cobra II racer under civilian registry of NX92848.  Won 1946 Thompson Trophy race at 373.908
					mph with 'Tex' Johnston at the controls.  Crash landed Indianapolis and store damaged Nov 1948-1960.
					Sold to Ed Maloney in 1960 and reregistered as N9284 and displayed in 
					his Planes of Fame museum, and displayed there 1960-1967.   Bought by Mike Carroll in 1967 to be used in an
					attempt on world piston-engined speed record and registered as N9284.   Crashed Seal Beach,
					California August 10, 1968, killing Mike Carroll.  (www.warbirdregistry.com)
				20870 W/o 30 Nov 1943 at Chame, Panama
				20873 W/o 1 Jan 1944 at Waycross, GA 
				20874 W/o 6 May 1945 at Chame, Panama
				20876 W/o 16 Dec 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				20877 W/o 31 Aug 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20878 W/o 11 Sep 1944 at Chitre, Panama
				20879 W/o 8 Feb 1944 at Leesburg AAF, FL 
				20880 (32nd FG) lost Dec 13, 1944, Coole Del Forte, Panama.  MACR 10615
				20881 W/o 1 Aug 1944 at Ephrata AAB, WA 
				20883 W/o 21 Apr 1944 at Redmond AAF, OR 
				20885 W/o 8 Feb 1944 at Myrtle Beach AAF, SC 
				20886 W/o 31 May 1944 at New Field, Panama; repaired (?); w/o 10 Aug 1944 at Jungoquillo, Panama 
				20888 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at La Joya, Panama
				20889 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20890 W/o 27 Jul 1944 at Charges River, Panama
				20893 W/o 26 Sep 1943 in Atlantic Ocean off St Catherines Island, GA 
				20896 W/o 15 Sep 1943 at Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone 
				20897 W/o 15 Nov 1943 at Townsend, GA 
				20901 W/o 8 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20902 W/o 27 Jul 1944 at Chame, Panama 
				20909 W/o 17 Sep 1943 at Waycross, GA 
				20910 W/o 15 Oct 1943 at La Cuesta, Costa Rica
				20911 W/o 28 Aug 1943 at Hodgeville, KY 
				20912 W/o 7 Apr 1944 at Porto Bello, Panama
				20913 W/o 22 Apr 1944 at Lake Miccosukee, FL 
				20914 W/o 7 Jul 1944 at El Roble, Panama
				20917 W/o 9 Sep 1943 at Brunswick, GA 
				20919 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA
				20920 W/o 15 Nov 1944 at Portobelo, Panama
				20923 W/o 1 Apr 1944 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				20925 W/o 29 Jan 1944 at Leesburg AAF, FL 
				20926 W/o 16 May 1944 at Urbana, OH 
				20931 W/o 21 Oct 1943 at Waycross AAF, GA 
				20933 W/o 5 Aug 1944 at Ephrata, WA 
				20935 W/o 17 Oct 1943 at Harris Neck AAF, GA 
				21008 W/o 7 Oct 1943 at 140 miles from Edmunton, Canada 
				21009 W/o 24 Sep 1943 at Great Falls, MT 
				21032 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				21033 W/o 23 Oct 1944 at Las Vegas AAF, NV 
				21038/21187 to USSR
					21060 wreckage recovered in Murmansk area
					21122 To USSR (ntu?); w/o 21 Sep 1943 at Niagara Falls, NY 
				21196 W/o 1 Nov 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21199 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				21200 W/o 20 Oct 1943 at Peck, MI 
				21201 W/o 27 Nov 1943 at Oscoda AAF, MI 
				21203 W/o 13 Oct 1943 at Camden, SC 
				21206 W/o 1 Feb 1944 at Oscoda AAF, MI 
				21207 W/o 29 Jul 1944 at Memphis, TN 
				21208 W/o 28 Oct 1943 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				21210 W/o 27 Jun 1944 at Brownsville, TX 
				21211 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21216 W/o 24 Mar 1944 at Thomasville AAF, GA 
				21217 W/o 18 Dec 1943 at Lake Miccosukee, FL 
				21225 W/o 8 Oct 1943 at New Baltimore, MI 
				21226 W/o 11 Apr 1944 at Port Huron, MI 
				21227 W/o 12 Mar 1944 at Yale, MI 
				21228 W/o 14 Oct 1943 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21229 W/o 5 Apr 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21231 W/o 28 Mar 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21234 W/o 4 Mar 1944 at 30 miles from Port Huron, MI 
				21235 W/o 24 Feb 1944 at Sandusky, MI 
				21236 W/o 5 Mar 1944 at Selfridge Field, MI 
				21238 W/o 18 Feb 1944 at Selfridge Field, ME 
				21240 W/o 20 Jan 1944 at Port Huron, MI 
				21241 W/o 15 Jun 1944 at 23 miles from Ephrata AAB, WA 
				21242 W/o 22 Nov 1943 at Oscoda AAF, MI 
				21243 W/o 18 Mar 1944 at Selfridge, MI 
				21250 W/o 9 Feb 1944 at Utica, MI 
42-21251/22245		Bell P-39Q-10-BE Airacobra
				Contract cancelled.  Serials reallocated to P-63E-1 which was also cancelled.
42-22246		Beech UC-43C Traveler
				Civilian Model F-17D MSN 258 NC290Y impressed by USAAF Mar 14, 1942.   wfu 25 Nov 1944 at RFC, Omaha, NE; 
					to NC50256 in 1946; to NC290Y in 1992; to Australia on 25 Jun 2009.
42-22247		Beech UC-45C Expeditor
				Commercial B18S MSN 316 To RFC in 1946. To commercial market Nov 8, 1946
					as C-18S N7C9911 with US Department of the Interior.  Still active as N79911
42-22248		Stinson UC-81F-ST Reliant
				Model SR.10F impressed by USAAF.  The identity is uncertain.
42-22249		Lockheed UC-40D
				Civilian Model 12 Electra Jr MSN 1273 ex NC21770 impressed by USAAF Mar 14, 1942.  Crashed
					near Howe Brook Mountain, ME May 24, 1942.  All 6 onboard killed,
					including Lt. Col Louis Gimbel of the Gimbel's Department Store chain
					family). SOC Jun 1, 1942
42-22250/22253		Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
				pre-production Evansville-built Thunderbolts
				22250	(MSN 1)	
				22251	(MSN 2) 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Accident 19Jul43 taking off with mechanical failure at Philadelphia
				22252	(MSN 3)	
				22253	(MSN 4)	
42-22254/22363		Republic P-47D-RE Thunderbolt
				First Evansville production block.  Originally, only Evansville-built P-47s were to
					be designated P-47D, and the first Evansville-built P-47Ds were P-47D-RE.  The RA designation
					for Evansville and RE for Farmingdale was introduced on the next production blocks.
				22254	(MSN 5)	
				22255	(MSN 6)	
				22256	(MSN 7) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Damaged 14Jan43 taxying at Cross City Field; 305th FS, 
					338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Crashed 5Jul43 taking off at Dale Mabry; Pilot killed
				22257	(MSN 8) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 24Feb43 after engine failure 6 miles W of Branford, FL
				22258	(MSN 9) 3rd AF, Drew Field, Tampa, FL; Crash landed 24Apr43 with mechanical failure at Drew Field
				22259	(MSN 10) 552nd Base Unit, 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle Field, Wilmington, DE; 
					Accident 5Jan43 landing at Dale Mabry
				22260	(MSN 11) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Destroyed 29Apr43 landing at Cross City Field
				22261	(MSN 12) 305th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 21Aug43 taking off with mechanical failure at Dale Mabry; [99W], 2538th Base Unit, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Aloe Field, Victoria, TX; Crash landed 27Jul45 after engine failure 
					4 miles NW of Charco, TX
				22262	(MSN 13) 305th FS, 338th FG, AFs School of Applied Tactics, 
					Cross City Field, FL; Crashed 4Apr43 after engine failure at Cross City Field
				22263	(MSN 14) 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Maintenance accident 12Jun43 with P-47C 41-6661 at Millville; 539th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed near Holden Beach, NC; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				22264	(MSN 15)	354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 30Apr43 taxying at Millville Field; Accident 11May43 taking off at Millville Field; 
					536th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Destroyed at Millville Field 8Feb44; Pilot killed. The pilot was number three of a flight of four 
					aircraft taking off for an aerial gunnery mission. He made a normal take-off and went straight ahead. 
					At about 300 feet, the aircraft started to make a flat turn to the left. It then spun to the left, 
					crashed, and burned. An inspection of the wreckage revealed that the propeller governor linkage 			
					was disconnected causing a sudden change in propeller pitch.
				22265	(MSN 16) 354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 30Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6453 taxying at Millville Field; 121st Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 16May44 landing at Bradley Field; 
					112th Base Unit, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Mid air collision 17Jul44 with 
					B-24J's 42-50512 and 42-51612 and crashed near Ludlow, MA; Pilot bailed out
				22266	(MSN 17) 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Damaged 25Mar43 taxying at Langley Field; Damaged 4Apr43 taxying at Langley Field; 
					534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 29Oct43 with P-47D 42-74823 and crashed near Raleigh, NC; Pilot killed
				22267	(MSN 18) 365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Crashed 3May43 after engine failure 8 miles W of Annapolis, MD; 365th FS, 
					358th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 1Jun43 landing with mechanical 
					failure landing at Millville Field; Pilot bailed out
				22268	(MSN 19) 367th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 23Mar43 taxying at Bolling Field, DC; 539th FS, 326th FG, 
					1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Destroyed 13Feb44 when hit the ground landing at Bluethenthal Field
				22269	(MSN 20) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Mid air collision 28May44 
					with P-47D 42-8285, crashed and destroyed at Glastonbury, CT; Pilot bailed out
				22270	(MSN 21) Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 21May43 at Richmond AAB
				22271	(MSN 22) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 9Feb43 by fire during maintenance at Richmond; 359th FS, 356th FG, 
					1st AF, Grenier Field, Manchester, NH; Accident 6Jul43 landing at Grenier Field; 
					535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 24Feb44 taxying at Camp Springs; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Accident 9Apr44 landing at Camp Springs
				22272	(MSN 23) 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 1Jan44 landing with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 17May44 with a towed target on the aerial 
					gunnery range, Bluethenthal
				22273	(MSN 24)	
				22274	(MSN 25) 365th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Damaged 25May43 by bird strike 3 miles E of Churchill, MD; 443rd FS, 327th FG, 
					1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 16Jan44 after the pilot lost control at Richmond; Pilot bailed out
				22275	(MSN 26) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 7Mar43 landing with undercarriage collapse at Richmond; 
					Mid air collision 19May43 with P-47D 42-22289 at Richmond
				22276	(MSN 27) 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 4May43 in collision with Lockheed RB-34 Ventura 41-38032 landing at Langley; 
					391st FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 23Sep43 when lost at Georgetown, SC; 
					21st FS, 413th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC, 
					Accident 2Jan45 when ground looped landing at Cleveland Municipal Airport, OH; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Force landed 2May45 with mechanical failure 6 miles E of Milford, DE
				22277	(MSN 28) 390th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 15Sep43 landing at Bluethenthal
				22278	(MSN 29) 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Crashed 31Mar43 after engine failure into the James River, VA
				22279	(MSN 30) 366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Baltimore Field, MD; 
					Accident 4May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6665 landing at Langley; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; 
					Damaged 5Jun43 taxying at Camp Springs; 
					22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; 
					Crash landed 30Sep43 with mechanical failure at Alamogordo
				22280	(MSN 31) 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 4May44 after engine failure at Bluethenthal
				22281	(MSN 32) 443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 1Apr43 taxying at Richmond AAB
				22282	(MSN 33) 358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Crashed 1May43 after the engine failed into the Atlantic Ocean near Ocean City, NJ
				22283	(MSN 34) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 18Mar43 after engine failure 6 miles SE of Hopewell, VA; Pilot bailed out
				22284	(MSN 35) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 15Aug43 landing with mechanical failure at Richmond; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 24Jun44 after engine failure 8 miles NE of Staunton, VA
				22285	(MSN 36) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 10Apr43 when the undercarriage collapsed landing at Richmond AAB
				22286	(MSN 37) 357th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; 
					Accident 22Apr43 in collision with P-47C 41-6505 taxying at Langley; 
					53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; 
					Mid air collision 20Oct43 with a towed target 25 miles N of Biggs Field, El Paso, TX
				22287	(MSN 38) 358th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Philadelphia Municipal Airport, PA; 
					Force landed 29Apr43 after engine failure at Cedarville, NJ; 
					514th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 406th Fighter-Bomber Group, 3rd AF, Congaree Field, Columbia, SC; 
					Force landed 4Jan44 on fire at Wampee Landing Strip, SC
				22288	(MSN 39) 354th FS, 355th FG, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Accident 18May43 in collision with P-47D 42-22338 landing at Millville; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Damaged 3Jul45 with mechanical failure taxying at Seymour Johnson
				22289	(MSN 40) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Mid air collision 19May43 with P-47D 42-22275 at Richmond; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 12Jun44 2 miles SSW of Richmond AAB; Pilot killed
				22290	(MSN 41)	
				22291	(MSN 42) 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA
					Crash landed 16Apr44 after engine failure at Gladstone, VA
				22292	(MSN 43) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 11May43 5 miles N of Ashland, VA, Pilot killed
				22293	(MSN 44) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 20Mar43 after engine failure and fire 3 miles S of Richmond, pilot bailed out
				22294	(MSN 45) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Damaged 28May45 by mechanical failure 10 miles E of Galveston; 
					120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 17May44 with mechanical failure at Central Airport, Richmond, VA
				22295	(MSN 46) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 19May43 after engine failure 10 miles NE of Richmond
				22296	(MSN 47) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Damaged 14Mar43 taxying at Richmond AAB; 
					443rd FS; 
					Mid air collision 2Jun43 with RP-47B 41-5995 at Richmond
				22297	(MSN 48) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 27May43 in collision with P-47C 41-6498 landing at Richmond; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 26Dec44 on the ground at Bradley; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 24May45 when ground looped landing at Seymour Johnson
				22298	(MSN 49) 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Crash landed 21Jan44 5 miles NE of Seymour Johnson
				22299	(MSN 50) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 25Mar43 after engine failure near Petersburg Fed Reform, VA; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Force landed 12Oct44 after engine and mechanical failure 10 miles N of Abilene
				22300	(MSN 51) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 18Jun43 after engine failure taking off at Richmond AAB; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 28Oct44 with fuel starvation at Richmond AAB
				22301	(MSN 52) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Accident 4Apr43 when ground looped landing at Richmond AAB; 
					448th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 6Apr44 after landing gear failure at Dover Field; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; 
					Crash landed 3Aug44 after engine failure in a plowed field SE of Dover Field; 
					Mid air collision 21Apr45 with a towed target 5 miles NW of Cape May, NJ
				22302	(MSN 53) To RFC, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				22303	(MSN 54) 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Accident 26Feb44 taking off at Matagorda Peninsula, TX; 
					2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 22Jul44 in collision with AT-6A 41-16163 taxying at Matagorda Peninsular
				22304	(MSN 55) 312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Mid air collision 16May43 with P-40K 42-9997 near Dale Mabry; 
					306th FS; 
					Damaged 22Jun43 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-22310 at Dale Mabry; 
					312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; 
					Mid air collision 9Jul43 with P-39N 42-18296, 3 miles N of Thomasville Field, GA; Pilot bailed out
				22305	(MSN 56) 312th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; 
					Accident 16Apr43 when the undercarriage collapsed landing at Dale Mabry; 
					C Squadron, 2541st Base Unit, Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 4Nov44 taxying at the Matagorda Gunnery Range Field; 
					Damaged 17Dec44 in collision with AT-6D 44-80870 at the Matagorda Gunnery Range Field
				22306	(MSN 57) 859th Single Engine Gunnery Training Squadron, 62nd Single Engine Flying Training Group, 
					Central Flying Training Command, Matagorda Peninsula Field, TX; 
					Damaged 17Dec43 when nosed over taxying at Matagorda Peninsula, TX;