1942 USAAF Serial Numbers (42-57213 to 42-70685)


Last revised June 2, 2017



42-57213/57216		Lockheed C-36A 
				Commercial Model 10-A Electra impressed into USAAF. Redesignated UC-36A Jan 1943.  
				57213 MSN 1015 Waterman Airlines NC14900 impressed Mar 14, 1942.
					To NC14900 May 12, 1944.  To Brazilian AF as 1002, then to PP-VAR.  Converted to 10-E in Brazil.
					Returned to USA as N2067A Jan 23, 1956.  By Aug 1997 was registered NX72GT
				57214 MSN 1020 Northwest NC14907 impressed Jun 11, 1942. 
					W/o Aug 24, 1943 at Blytheville
				57215 MSN 1070 Boston-Maine Airways NC16056 impressed Jun 11, 1942.
					To NC16056 Sep 1944.
				57216 MSN 1023 Northwest NC14934 impressed Jun 11, 1942.
					WFU Nov 22, 1943
42-57217/57222		Lockheed C-36C 
				Commercial Model 10-B Electra impressed into USAAF.  Redesignated UC-36C-LO in Jan 1943.
				57217 MSN 1038 Delta NC14960 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  WFU Nov 30, 1943
				57218 MSN 1039 National NC14961 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  To NC14961 May 12, 1944.
					To N75U, to LQ-GMP Jan 1961.  WFU 1975.
				57219 MSN 1049 Delta NC14990 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  To NC14990
					May 14, 1944, to N229M Jan 1966.  WFU
				57220 MSN 1050 Delta NC14991 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  To RFC 15 Mar 15, 1945.
				57221 MSN 1077 Delta NC16053 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  WFU Nov 27, 1942
				57222 MSN 1036 National NC14958 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  To Brazil
					AF as 1325, to PP-VAU Jun 24, 1946.  W/o Oct 18, 1952 at
					Lajes, Santa Catarina.
42-57223/57224		Lockheed C-56D Lodestar 
				Civilian Model 18-08 impressed by USAAF.
				57223 MSN 2169 ex NC36603 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  To Bolivia as CB-28
					Dec 8, 1944.  WFU 1948 at Cochabamba, Bolivia
				57224 MSN 2170 ex NC36604 impressed Jun 11, 1942.  Back to NC33604 Dec 27, 1944.  WFU Aug 1982.
42-57225		Stinson UC-81A-ST Reliant
				Model SR.10G NC27792 MSN 5956 impressed by USAAF
42-57226		Stinson UC-81J-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9E NC17143 MSN 5216 impressed by USAAF
42-57227/57228		Douglas C-32A 
				Civilian DC-2 impressed by USAAF
				57227 MSN 1250 TWA NC13724 impressed by USAAF Jun 11, 1942.  WFU Jan 17, 1944
				57228 MSN 1254 TWA NC13728 impressed by USAAF Jun 11, 1942.  W/o at Morrison Field, FL Dec 11, 1942
42-57229/57478		Aeronca TG-5 Grasshopper
				57457 to US Navy as BuNo 36422
				57461 to US Navy as BuNo 36423
				57462 to US Navy as BuNo 36424
42-57479/57503		Ryan PT-22A
				Destined for Netherlands East Indies as R-070/R-094, but there
					was a change in organizational structure and the planes were
					delivered to another US Army command and registered 42-57479 to 57503.
					The Dutch received PT-19As instead.
				57481 (MSN 1777) to N46501.  In 2013 was on display in Smithsonian Udvar-Hazy Center Museum at Dulles Airport.
				57498 (MSN 1794) to N57011
				57503 (MSN 1799) became N46382, then N2625R, then N197G. Sold Dec 2004
					to owner in Switzerland.  Registered Feb 4, 2005 to Ryan Club
					of Birrfeld, Switzerland as HB-RDD
42-57504		Lockheed UC-40D 
				Civilian Model 12 Electra Jr. impressed by USAAF.  Was MSN 1220 NC17376.  Believe used as
					"F-AMPJ" in film "Casablanca" in 1942.  Wrecked Mitchell Field, NY Oct 6, 1942.  
42-57505		Lockheed C-36A 
				Commercial Model 10-A Electra MSN 1014 NC14262 of Northwest Airlines 
					impressed into USAAF Jun 14, 1942.  Redesignated UC-36A-LO in 1943.
					To NC14262 Aug 18, 1944.  To N38PB Jun 1963.  W/o Jul 10, 1965,
					Provincetown, MA.
42-57506		Douglas C-49H-DO
				DC-3-227B MSN 2198 ex American Airlines NC21793 impressed by USAAF.  To DSC May 22, 1942,
					returned to American Airlines Mar 28, 1944 as NC21793.  To Douglas Aircraft Co May 10, 1949 
					for sale to Trans Alaska Airlines. Later to CF-HCF (Queen Charlotte Airlines - Pacific 
					Western Airlines May 15, 1953). Rr CF-PWH (PWA Jan 22, 1959 - Queen Charlotte
					Airlines Apr 02, 1962 - Great Northern Airways 1968).  Derelict Terrace, BC. 1973, 
					sold to Pacific Western Airlines Mar 1974 (for spares?), cancelled Feb 1983.
					CF-PWH was bought 1979 by Bob Surman, and in 1987 was under restoration at 
					Cloverdale, BC
42-57507		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
				J-5A Cub (MSN 5-1080, ex NC3871) impressed from civilian user
42-57508/57509		Boeing C-73 
				Civilian Model 247D impressed by USAAF.
				57508 (MSN 1734) originally to Pacific Air Transport as NC13352
					Aug 10, 1944.  To United Airlines May 1, 1934.  Converted
					to 274-D Jun 20, 1935.  To Western Air Lines as NC13352 
					(leased from United Airlines).  To Pennsylvania Central
					Airlines as NC13352 Jul 29, 1937.  Impressed by USAAF Jun 14, 1942.  
					To Woodley Airways as NC13352 Jul 22, 1944.  To Pacific
					Northern Airlines as NC13352 Aut 23, 1945.  To Empire
					Airlines as NC13235 Feb 1948.  To NR13352.  W/o
					Jun 27, 1950 at Walla Walla, WA.
				57509 (MSN 1740) originally to National Air Transport as NC13358
					Aug 22, 1933.  To United Airlines as NC13358 May 1, 1934.
					To Pennsylvania Central Airlines as NC13358 Mar 25, 1937.
					Impressed by USAAF Jun 14, 1942.  WFU Aug 31, 1943.
42-57510		Stinson UC-81B-ST Reliant
				Model SR.8E NC17102 MSN 9797 impressed by USAAF
42-57511/57513		Douglas C-84 
				DC-3B-202 airliners commandeered from TWA by USAAF
				57511 MSN 1924 ex NC17314 to USAAF Jun 14, 1942. To civil registry as NC17314 (TWA Oct 17, 1944 - 
					Union Steel and Wrecking Co Jan 16, 1953 -  Transocean - General Air Cargo). Crashed Feb
					01, 1959 Kerrville, TX when operating on behalf of National Guard.
				57512 MSN 1934 ex NC17319 to USAAF Jun 14, 1942 - South Atlantic Wing ATC May 01, 1943. To
					civil registry as NC17319 (TWA Apr 01, 1945 to Oct 06, 1952 - Various owners/operators) 
					then sold to Fuerza Aerea de Bolivia/TAM.  Registered TAM-01 and used as
					presidential aircraft.  W/o Apr 14, 1972.
				57513 MSN 2027 ex NC18953 to USAAF Jun 14, 1942. To civil registry as NC18953 (TWA *358* Oct 23, 1944 -
					Union Steel and Wrecking Co May 05, 1953 - Ozark May 19, 1953. Rr N139D (1954), sold 
					Dec 14, 1965 (Various owners/operators).  DBR Jul 10, 1969 Malcolm Island, SAS. Canada.
42-57514/57515		Spartan UC-71 
				Civilian Model 7W Executive impressed by USAAF.
				57514 was NC17632 MSN 7W-20 impressed Jun 22, 1942.  Originally sold
					to Wynn Crosby Drilling Co. of TX.  Wrecked and burned Nov 17, 1942
					at Moorseville, SC.
				57515 (MSN 7W-15) was NC17616 MSN 7W-15 impressed Jun 15, 1942.  Originally sold
					to Condor Petroleum of TX.  Transferred to CAA in 1943.  Post military 
					registrations were NC236 (1944) NC836 (date unknown), N836 (1950) and
					N17616 (2000).  Flown by Howard Hughes and other VIPs.  Still on registry 
					in 2001 as N17616 registered to Lorraine Morris of Poplar Grove, IL.
42-57516		Fairchild UC-61A-FA Argus
				Model F24W-41A (MSN NC28694) impressed by USAAF
42-57517/57526		Babcock CG-4A-BB
				57524 to USAAF, attached to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC crashed in an forced 
					landing accident Nov 25, 1943 at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC.
42-57527/57618		G & A CG-4A-GA
				57535 to RAF as Hadrian II KK621.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				57536 to RAF as Hadrian II KK622.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				57537 to RAF as Hadrian II KK623.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				57538 to RAF as Hadrian II KK624.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				57539 to RAF as Hadrian II KK625.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				57540 to RAF as Hadrian II KK626.  SOC Aug 30, 1945
				57541 to RAF as Hadrian II KK627.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				57542 to RAF as Hadrian II KK628.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				57563 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial unknown and may never have been issued.  
					On loan to RAF in UK for training and flown with RAF roundels and USAAF serials
				57579 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial unknown and may never have been issued.  
					On loan to RAF in UK for training and flown with RAF roundels and USAAF serials
42-57619/58070		Cancelled contract
42-58071/58073		Douglas C-32A 
				Civilian DC-2 impressed for Lend-Lease to BOAC
				58071 MSN 1238 TWA NC13712.  Delivered as NC13712 to Middle East and been sold to British Purchasing Commission
					Jul 5, 1941 and allocated RAF serial HK837.  Registered as C-32A Jul 19, 1942
					while flying with RAF No. 31 Sqdn in India, and retrospectively allocated serial 42-58071 for
					Lend-Lease accounting.  Operated by Indian National Airlines
					for ADAT with civilian registry VT-ARA.  Returned to RAF Sep 1945 as spares
				58072 MSN 1313 American Airlines NC14280. Delivered as NC14280 to Middle East.  Had been sold to British Purchasing
					Commission in 1941 and allocated RAF serial HK847.  Registered as C-32A
					Jun 19, 1942 while flying with RAF No 31 Sqdn in India and retrospectively allocated serial 42-58072
					for Lend-Lease accounting.  Operated by Indian National Airlines for ADAT with civilian registry VT-ARB.  
					Returned to RAF Jun 30, 1944.  Scrapped Mar 1945
				58073 MSN 1406 American Airlines NC14966. Lend-Lease to UK for BOAC. Delivered as NC14966 to Middle East.
					Had been sold to British Purchasing Commission Jul 3, 1941 and allocated RAF serial of AX768.  Registered 
					as C-32A Jun 19, 1942 when flying with RAF No 31 Sqdn in India and retrospectively allocated serial 
					42-58073 for Lend-Lease accounting.  W/o Nandi ST Forest near Bangalore, India Jul 24, 1942.
42-58074/58109		Ridgefield CG-4A-RI
				58077 (62nd TCG, 8th TCS) released from tow too far from shore and landed at sea a few miles S of 
					Syracuse, Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943. 1 KIA, of the 7 British crew no record.  MACR 629.
				58090 converted to XPG-2-RI.
42-58110/58540		Cessna UC-78 Bobcat
				MSN 3601/4031
				58135 (MSN 3626) to French civil registry as F-OGBE
				58175 ran out of fuel and crashed into sea during landing off Guadalcanal Jul 21, 1943.  MACR 326.  Pilot killed.
				58176 (MSN 3668) to New Zealand Civil Aviation Dept Apr 1948 as ZK-ARS
				58177 (MSN 3669) to New Zealand Civil Aviation Dept Apr 1948 as ZK-ART
				58237 crew bailed out over Pleasant Valley, NY
					due to fuel exhaustion and bad weather Nov 27, 1942.
				58261 overshot runway at Medford AF, OR Aug 22, 1943
				58269 to civil registry as CF-HGM
				58278 (MSN 3769) lost in Caribbean sea Jul 21, 1944.
				58281 (MSN 3772) to civil registry as N30L, flying painted as AT-8 41-030.
				58289 (MSN 3780) to French civil registry as F-OBGR
				58425 wrecked when undercarriage of Spitfire AB374 collapsed
					on takeoff at Heston, England Nov 26, 1943 and aircraft
					ran into UC-78
				58442 (MSN 3933) registered NR700 Oct 19, 1943 for CAA Flight Inspection Service.  Cancelled Jan 29, 1951.
				58448 (MSN 3939) Lend Lease to Brazil, initially as GIA but later flown as FAB 2818
				58482/59496 (MSN 3973/3987) Lend-Lease to French AF
					58482 (MSN 3973) to French military as 25842.  WFU
					58484 (MSN 3975) to French civil registry as F-BHDJ
					58490 (MSN 3981) to French civil registry in French Morocco as F-DABX
				58501 (MSN 3992) Delivered to USAAF. While attached to 349BHQ/99SerG ground looped at Zandery Field, Dutch Guiana/Surinam 
					on Jul 17, 1943. Again damaged when it had a forced landing due to engine failure at San Tone, Venezuela on May 16, 1944.
				58515 used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight.
42-58541/58560		Cancelled contract
42-58561/58810		Taylorcraft TG-6 
				Light training glider based on L-2
				58662 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ as N59134
				58678 (MSN 6183) converted to DF-65 and became NC59687, then N59687, then G-BRIY
					Feb 1, 1990.  Flies in USAAF colors
				58743 (MSN 6182) converted to L-2B powered aircraft N61021.
					Preserved at Pearson Air Museum, WA.
				58757 (MSN 6196) converted to L-2 powered aircraft N54469
42-58811/60280		Cancelled contracts
				59301/60280 believed to be for L-4B that eventually became 43-491/1470
42-60281/60770		Aeronca L-3C-AE Grasshopper 
				Cancelled; re-ordered as 43-1471/1960
42-60771		Stinson UC-81J-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9E NC18456 MSN 5260 impressed by USAAF
42-60772/60881		Douglas A-24A-DE Dauntless
				MSN 1812/1831, 2325/2354, 2519,2548, 2699/2728.
				60786 w/o in forced landing at reilly Field, Fort McClellan, AL Feb 3, 1943.
				60788 in accident Mar 14, 1944 when engine failed while towing
					target near Roxy Ann mountain, OR
				60801 (303rd BS, 84th BG) crashed at Venice bombing range, FL Mar 24, 1943.
				60806 (531st FBS) ran out of fuel and ditched 83 mi NE of Kanton
					Island, Gilbert Islands Sep 5, 1943. 2 killed. MACR 428.
				60809 (56th BS, 48th BG) w/o in forced landing 1 mi S o Taylorsville, MS Mar 22, 1943
				60811 (301st BS, 48th BG) crashed at Tallahassee, FL Mar 13, 1943.
				60817 operated by City of Portland as insect
					spray aircraft under civilian registry of
					N9142H.  Later N15749.  In 1965, acquired by Navy and
					sent to Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola, FL
					where it is displayed as an SBD-3 in 1941-42 color scheme.
					Was used in the filming of 'Tora!Tora!Tora!'.  In 2015 was on display at Jack 
					Erickson/Tillamook Air Museum, Tillamook, OR
				60835 (14 Target Tow Squadron, USAAF) crashed Aug 23, 1943 near Camp Davis Airfield NC.
					Engine failed on an orientation/training flight at night.
					Stalled and crashed in an attempted forced landing on Camp Davis Airfield.
					The USAAF instructor was injured, and the WASP pilot was trapped in the burning wreck and died.
				60850 (3 Tow Target Squadron) crashed Sep 23, 1943 at Camp Davis AF in landing accident.  WASP pilot
					and passenger killed.  
42-60882/60941		Douglas A-24B-DE Dauntless
				60882/60911 MSN 3236/3265.  60912/60941 MSN 3361/3390.  Transferred to US Marine Corps as SBD-5A BuNo 09693/09752.
42-60942/61091		Curtiss C-46A-40-CU Commando
				MSN 26817/26966
				10 converted to C-46A-41-CU
				60942 (MSN 28617) exploded, condemned Dec 9, 1944.
				60943 (MSN 26818/CU458) delivered to USAAF Feb 11, 1944, tfd to Reconstruction Finance Corporation Oct 24, 1945. WFU & stored Bush 
					Field, Georgia. Tourneau Technical Institute bought 1953 reg. N68823. International Airports Inc. bought 1958. Southern Cross 
					Airways lsd 1958. DBR after an overload with an engine malfunction forced a landing near Aricam, Chile Feb 18, 1959, five fatal.
				60944 (MSN 28619) condemned for salvage prior to Aug 22, 1946.
				60945 (MSN 26820) condemned Jul 14, 1944
				60946 (MSN 26821) crashed, condemned Nov 29, 1944.
				60947 (MSN 26822) transferred to Chinese AF
				60948 (MSN 26823) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				60949 (MSN 26824/CU465) delivered to USAAF Feb 16, 1944. Attached to 1264 BU at Casablanca, DBR Sep 17, 1944 when it crashed into 
					the high mountain presently called Gebel Ataqa in Egypt. MACR 15942.  Crash date varies from the 16th to the 20th of September 1944.
				60950 (MSN 26825/CU465) delivered to USAAF Apr 3, 1944. Attached to the 1337AFBU in the CBI went missing Apr 10, 1945 in India. MACR 13791..
				60951 (MSN 26826) condemned May 31, 1944.
				60952 (MSN 26827) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				60953 (MSN 26828/CU468) delivered to USAAF Feb 28, 1944.  Crashed on takeoff at Barrackpore (Station 19), India
					Mar 29, 1944.  At least one crewmember killed.  Plane condemned Apr 3, 1944
				60954 (MSN 26829/CU469) delivered to USAAF Apr 3, 1944. Damaged Jul 31, 1944 at Chengkung, China. Next Mar 12, 1945 damaged at 
					Kakaikunda AB, India.  Sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU & stored.  Aircraft Modifications Inc. bought Jan 16, 1957, reg N7846B. 
					L & J Trading Company, Inc. bought May 1957. Caribbean Aircraft & Supply bought Jun 1957. Transportes Aéreos Peruanos (TAPSA) 
					bought Sep 1958 reg. OB-WBP-507. W/o when it crashed into a hill 30 km (18.8 mls) S of Tournavista, Peru - 12 fatal on May 13, 1959
				60955 (MSN 26830) condemned Aug 3, 1944
				60956 (MSN 26831) crashed 18 mi W of Marrakech, Morocco Aug 24, 1945.
				60957 (MSN 26832) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				60958 (MSN 26833/CU473) delivered to USAAF Feb 16, 1944. Damaged in a ground accident Apr 16, 1944 at 
					El Fasher, Sudan. W/o when it crashed on Masira Island, Oman Apr 15, 1945.
				60959 (MSN 26834) condemned Sep 29, 1945
				60960 (MSN 26835) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				60961 (MSN 26836) DBR in tornado, condemned Mar 20, 1945.
				60962 (MSN 26837) condemned for salvage Nov 7 1944
				60964 (MSN 26839) condemned Oct 7, 1944
				60965 (133rd TCG) lost May 19, 1945, India.  Condemned May 10, 1945.
					One of the dates must be wrong.
				60966 (MSN 26841) missing (no details), condemned May 29, 1944.
				60968 (MSN 26843) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				60969 (MSN 26844) condemned Jun 26, 1944.
				60971 (MSN 26846) w/o Aug 12, 1944, Nonghklow, India
				60974 (MSN 26849) DBR by tornado, condemned Mar 20, 1945.
				60975 (MSN 26850) condemned for salvage Feb 9, 1945
				60976 (MSN 26851) Transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				60977 (MSN 26852) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				60978 (MSN 26853) condemned for savvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				60979 (MSN 26854) DBR by tornado, condemned Mar 20, 1945.
				60982 (MSN 26857) lost (no details), condemned Apr 30, 1945.
				60984 (MSN 26859) crashed (no details), condemned Nov 17, 1944
				60986 (MSN 26861) condemned for salvage Sep 29, 1945
				60987 (MSN 26862) condemned Jul 26, 1945
				60988 (MSN 26863) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				60989 (MSN 26863/CU504) delivered to USAAF 10/3/44, transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946. WFU & stored 1948.
				60990 (MSN 26865) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				60991 (MSN 26866) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  To B-928 Aug 1965, WFU Mar 7, 1973.
				60992 (MSN 26867) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				60993 (MSN 26868) condemned Jun 19, 1944
				60995 (MSN 26870/CU510) delivered to USAAF 13/3/44, transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946. WFU & stored 1948.
				60997 (MSN 26872) condemend Jul 31, 1944
				60998 (MSN 26873/CU513) delivered to USAAF 4/3/44, Damaged beyond repair in a belly landing at Kunming Sta. #13 on 30/7/44.
				60999 (MSN 26874/CU514) delivered to USAAF 7/3/44, transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946. WFU & stored 1948
				61000 (MSN 26875/CU515) delivered to USAAF 13/3/44. Fatal landing crash at Luliang, China on Oct 26, 1944. 
					Condemned Oct 30, 1944
				61001 (MSN 26876/CU516) delivered to USAAF 13/3/44, transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946. WFU & stored 1948
				61003 (MSN 26878/CU518) delivered to USAAF 13/3/44, transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946. WFU & stored 1948
				61004 (MSN 26879) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				61005 (MSN 26880) missing (no details), condemned Mar 25, 1945.
				61007 (MSN 26882) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				61008 (MSN 26883) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				61009 (MSN 26884) crashed (no details), condemened Nov 19, 1944
				61010 (MSN 26885) lost (no details), condemned Apr 30, 1945
				61012 (MSN 26887) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61013 (MSN 26888) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				61015 (MSN 26890) condemned for salvage Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61016 (MSN 26891) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61017 (MSN 26892) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				61018 (MSN 26893) condemned for salvage Sep 6, 1944
				61019 (MSN 26894) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61020 (MSN 26895) crashed (no details), condemned Jan 16, 1945
				61021 (MSN 26896) sold to Indian Governmnent Apr 10, 1946
				61022 (MSN 26897) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61023 (MSN 26898) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61024 (MSN 26899) condemned Jul 18, 1944
				61025 (MSN 26900) w/o Jun 17, 1944 Gulf of Cutch, India
				61026 (MSN 26901) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.  To PP-BTA, crashed after take-off at Belem, Brazil 6May59
				61027 (MSN 26902) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.  To N7779B Nov56
				61028 (MSN 26903/CU543) WFU and stored.  To C-46 Parts Inc
					Mar 2, 1965 as N91372.  Bought by Servicios Aereos
					Virgen de Copacabana (SAVCO) Sep 1971 as CP-959.
					W/o when crashed on takeoff Trinidad Beni, Bolivia
					Sep 7, 1972 after No 1 engine failure.
				61029 (MSN 26904) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946
				61030 (MSN 26905) condemned Jul 26, 1945
				61031 (MSN 26906/CU546) w/o Jul 30, 1945 in takeoff accidnet at Mellaha AB, Tripolitania, Algeria
				61032 (MSN 26907) crashed (no details), condemned Nov 18, 1944.
				61033 (MSN 26908) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61034 (MSN 26909/CU549) DBR Aug 7, 1944 when crashed on takeoff after engine failure at Abadan, Iran
				61036 (MSN 26911) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61037 (MSN 26912) condemned May 31, 1945.
				61038 (MSN 26913) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61039 lost Jun 29, 1944 on cargo mission near Chanyi, China.
				61040 (MSN 26915/CU555) damaged in taxi accident Dec 13, 1944 at Marrakech AB, French Morocco.
					Transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1948
				61041 (MSN 26916) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				61042 (MSN 26917) condemned for salvage Mar 7, 1945.
				61043 (MSN 26918) condemned Sep 15, 1945
				61044 (MSN 26919/CU559) WFU and stored Jul 1946.  Bought by Officine Aeronavali in 1951.  Bought by Varig Oct 1952
					and registered PP-VCI.  Loide Aereo Nacional bought Oct 1953, re-registered PP-LDO Feb 25, 1954. Charqueada Santa 
					Maria de Araguaia boubht May 14, 1957, named "Caraja Sorrody" reg. PT-AXV. Transportes Aereos Salvador 
					leased Apr 13, 1962, returned Apr 27, 1964. Paraense Transportes Aereos leased May 1964, bought Jan 1966 
					registered PP-BTZ. L. Rodriques dos Santos bought Jul 6, 1968. Vicas Comercio e Industria leased 
					Jul 6 1968, Companhia Meridional de Mineracao leased 1969, Jose Villar Ribeiro bought Nov 26, 1969. Isidoro 
					Pinheiro bought Jul 1970, WFU & stored Belem, Brazil Jul 1971. SAVA bought 1976, parted out and derlict at Belem.
				61045 (MSN 26920/CU560) damaged May 29, 1945 at Kunming, China.  WFU and stored Jan 1946
				61046 lost Jan 6, 1945, India
				61047 (MSN 26922) condemned for salvage Jul 7, 1944
				61048 (MSN 26923/CU563) WFU and stored Jan 1946
				61049 (MSN 26924) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				61050 (MSN 26925/CU565) WFU and stored Jul 1946
				61051 (MSN 26926) condemned for salvage Apr 2, 1945.
				61052 (MSN 26925/CU565) DBR Aug 26, 1944
				61053 (MSN 26928) reported missing in CBI theatre, condemned Apr 17, 1945.
				61054 (MSN 26929) missing, condemned Oct 3, 1944
				61055 (MSN 26930) condemned Jul 10, 1945
				61056 (MSN 26931/CU571) WFU and stored Jan 1946
				61057 (MSN 26932) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				61058 (MSN 26933) crashed 3/4 mile past end of runway May 27, 1944 shortly after takeoff from Parnamirim Field,
					Natal, Brazil.  Pilot and copilot killed, other 3 on board injured.  
				61059 (MSN 26934/CU574) WFU and stored Jul 1946.
				61060 (MSN 26935) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				61061 (MSN 26936/CU576) Indian Government bought Apr 10, 1946. WFU & stored, next 1956 Reg. N408K  and converted 
					to a Model C-46T, the Model number used by the L.B. Smith Aircraft.  Transcontinental SA bought Mar 1957, 
					Registered LV-PC unused, reregistered Apr 12, 1957 as LV-FTR. Austral Lineas Aereas leased it Dec 22, 1961, 
					returned Feb 13, 1962. Aerotransportes Entre Rios bought Oct 1964. WFU & stored Montevideo, Uruguay 1974.
				61062 (MSN 26937/CU577) WFU and stored Jul 1946.  To N9843F in 1956.  WFU and stored 1956.
				61063 (MSN 26938) condemned for salvage Apr 18, 1945.
				61064 (MSN 26939) missing, condemned Sep 30, 1944
				61065 (MSN 26940) condemned May 30, 1945
				61066 (MSN 26941/CU581) to RFC Oct 3, 1945.  WFU and stored at Bush Field,
					GA Oct 1945.  Bought by Leroy High School Jan 3, 1949.  To Air
					Ferries International Inc Jan 10, 1949 as N1690M.  Bought by
					Aviateka Nov 3, 1949 as TG-P-ABA.  Bought by Compania Aereas Viajes
					Expresos Jan 3, 1950 as YV-C-CAH.  Bought by Aaxico Airlines May 20, 1950
					as N1834M.  Bought by SAM Columbia Jun 1950 as HK-515. W/o when
					crashed into the sea off San Andres Island, Colombia Dec 8, 1959.
					45 killed.
				61067 lost Sep 17, 1944, India
				61068 (MSN 26943/CU583) DBR Apr 13, 1945 in landing accident in Luliang,
					China while attached to the 2nd ATS.
				61069 (MSN 26944/CU584) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU
					and stored Apr 1946.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Export in 1956.
					Bought by Paraense Transportes Aereos Nov 30, 1956 as PP-LEH.  Transferred to Loide Aereo
					Nacional May 31, 1957 and registered as PP-LEC.  Western Hemisphere
					Export bought it in Aug 1957.  Bought by Paraense Trasportes Aereos Aug 29, 1957
					and registered as PP-BTF.  W/o when crashed shortly after takeoff
					at Belem, Brazil Sep 22, 1960.
				61070 (MSN 26945/CU585) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU and
					stored Apr 1946.  Bought by Banwari Lal and Co Apr 1955.  Bought by
					Global Aircraft Leasing Jun 9, 1955.  Bought by Normam Korer Sep 24, 1955
					as N75387.  Bought by Lineas Aereas de Nicaragua (LANICA) May 15, 1956
					as AN-AIN.  W/o when crashed into hill shortly after takeoff Suina,
					Nicaragua.  2 killed.
				61071 (MSN 26946/CU586) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  WFU and
					stored Apr 1946.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Expert Jun 24, 1955 as
					YV-C-ARU.  Bought by RANSA Nov 1955, reregistered in 1956 as YV-C-ARV.
					Bought by Aerovias Panama Airways Apr 1966 as HP-414.  Bought by
					Aeromar Airlines (Dominican Republic) in 1969 as HI-163.  WFU and
					stored in 1976.  DBR Jun 2, 1989.
				61072 (MSN 26947/CU587) repaired after taxi accident Jun 26, 1944 in India.
					Reported missing in CBI Jan 6, 1945 enroute from Sookerating to Chanyi.  MACR 11099.
				61073 (MSN 26948/CU588) in landing accident at Maiduguri, Nigeria 
					Jul 6, 1944.  Repaired.  To RFC Mar 26, 1946.  WFU and stored 
					Ontaria, CA Mar 1946.  Bought by A. W. Schwimmer in 1947 as N67923.
					Bought by Lineas Aereas de Panama SA in 1948 as RX-132.  To Israeli
					AF in 1948.  Bought as Sanday and Company in 1956 asn N9805F.  Bought
					by Sferma in 1959 as F-OBKA.  COnverted to CW-20T Oct 1959.  Bought by
					Air Cameroon in 1959.  Bought by Four Star Aviation in 1967.  Bought
					by Empresa Industria Ganaderia in 1970 as CP-855.  Bought by
					Frigorificos Sana Ana in 1970.  Trasnferred to Frigorifico
					Santa Rita Jan 1970.  W/o Jun 9, 1975 when crashed while landing at Riberalta,
					Bolivia with the landing gear partially extended.
				61074 (MSN 26949/CU589) in minor taxi accident May 5, 1944 with 2nd FRG, 89th FRS and
					repaired.  To Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1948.
				61075 (MSN 26950/CU590) w/o when crew bailed out near Yangyi, China Jul 16, 1945.
				61076 (MSN 26951/CU591) in taxi accident Sep 26, 1944 at Casablanca,
					French Morocco.  Another taxi accident Jan 30, 1945 at Panagarn, India.
					WFU and stored Jan 1946.
				61077 (MSN 26952/CU592) WFU and stored Jan 1946.
				61078 (MSN 26953/CU593) DBR in landing accident Dergson, India Apr 1,1 945.  W/o
					Apr 24, 1945.
				61079 (MSN 26954/CU594) to RFC Oct 24, 1945.  WFU and stored
					Ontario, CA Oct 1945.  Returned to USAF May 21, 1948.
					WFU and stored Feb 1949.
				61080 (MSN 26955/CU595) w/o DBR Jul 1, 1944 when crashed on
					landing at Cairo, Egypt Jun 30, 1944.
				61081 (MSN 26956/CU596) w/o Aug 5, 1944 when crashed on landing
					in India Jul 4, 1944.
				61082 (MSN 26957/CU597, 133rd TCG) crashed on landing Jun 12, 1945 80 km
					NE of Yunnanyi, China.  MACR 14619
				61083 (MSN 26958/CU598) WFU and stored Feb 1946.
				61084 (MSN 26959/CU599) W/o when DBR in taxi accident at 
					Chengkung, China Mul 2, 1944.
				61085 (MSN 26960/CU600) damaged in landing accident Dec 2, 1944
					at Misamari/Station 11, India.  WFU and stored Feb 1946.
				61086 (MSN 26961/CU601) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946.
					WFU and stored Apr 1946.  Bought by Aircraft Modifications
					Inc Jan 1957 and registered as N7847B.  Bought by L & J
					Trading, Inc Jun 1957.  Bought by Caribbean Aircraft and
					Supply Jun 1957.  Leased by RANSA Jun 21, 1957, returned
					Jul 1958.  Bought by Aerovias Halcon May 1985 and registered
					LV-GFW.  W/o when DBR Jan 27, 1966 in poor weather landing
					5 km S of Rio Cuarto, Cordoba, Argentina.
				61087 (MSN 26962/CU602) damaged in landing accident Jun 2, 1945
					at Luliang, China.  WFU and stored Jan 1946
				61088 (MSN 26963/CU603) WFU and stored Feb 1946
				61089 (MSN 26964/CU604) to RFC Oct 15, 1945.  WFU and stored.
					Returned to USAF May 21, 1948. WFU and stored Feb 1949.
				61090 (MSN 26965/CU605) WFU and stored Jan 1946
				61091 (MSN 26966/CU606) WFU and stored Feb 1946.  
42-61092/61093		Beech UC-43D Traveler 
				Civilian Model E-17Bs impressed by USAAF.  
				61092 MSN 163 NC2388 
				61093 MSN 198 NC18775 impressed by USAAF Jun 1942. Returned to civil registry as N57829 owned by JRW Aviation, 
					Inc of Dallas, TX. Currently registered as N1JW in army colors and poor state of 
					repair awaiting entry in the new Frontiers of Flight Museum at Dallas-Love Field.
42-61094		Boeing C-73 
				Civilian Model 247 MSN 1688 NC13307 impressed by USAAF.  To Boeing
					Air Transport as NC13307 Oct 1933.  To United Airlines May 1934.
					To Wyoming Air Aervice as NC13307 May 1, 1935.  To Inland
					Airlines as NC13307 Jul 1, 1938.  Impressed by USAAF Jun 18, 1942.
					To Lineas Aereas Mexicanas as XA-DIZ Jul 1944.  To Arturo San
					Roman as XA-DIZ in 1948.  To Taxis Aereos Nacionales
					as XA-DIZ in 1948.  To Aeronaves de Michoaca, to Jesse
					Bristow in 1956, to Airspray Inc as N7777B in 1958.
					WFU by 1963.   
42-61095/61096		Douglas C-32A 
				Civilian DC-2 impressed by USAAF.
				61095 MSN 1242 TWA NC13716 impressed by USAAF Jun 18, 1942.  Loaned back to TWA Jul 5, 1942.  Declared as surplus
					May 15, 1945 and WFU Jul 5, 1945 at Memphis, Tennessee.  Suposed to be delivered to TACA, but to Aeerovias
					Brasil Jan 3, 1946 as PP-AVG.  SOC Lagoa Santa GBasil Feb 5, 1947.
				61096 MSN 1245 TWA NC13719 impressed by USAAF Jun 18, 1942.  Loaned back to TWA
					Jul 5, 1942 under training program agreement.  To DSC Nov 3, 1944 for sale to
					Mexico, supposed to be delivered to TACA Mar 1945.  To Aerovias Brasil
					Jan 3, 1946 as PP-AVG.  W/o Lagoa Santa, Brazil Feb 5, 1947 
42-61097		Beech UC-43B Traveler 
				Civilian Model D-17S MSN 216 NC18791 impressed by USAAF Jun 22, 1942.  Fitted with Edo floats
					and used as a despatch rider aircraft for President Roosevelt who was relaxing at Birch
					Island prior to meeting Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference.  Engine caught fire
					August 6, 1942 and aircraft burned out and sank.  This incident is sort of mysterious.
42-61098		Stinson UC-81C-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9C NC18410 MSN 5159 impressed by USAAF.  Still active at De Pere, WI
42-61099/61100		Laister-Kauffman XCG-10A-LK Trojan Horse
42-61101/61460		Cessna CG-4A-CE
				Subcontracted to Boeing-Wichita
				61166 to USAAF, attached to to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC damaged in a landing 
					accident Nov 26, 1943 at AAF Laurinberg Maxton, NC. 
				61180 (80th TCS, 476th TCG) w/o due to structural failure near 
					Soissons, France Mar 24, 1945
				61318 to RAF as Hadrian I FR557.  SOC Oct 23, 1946
				61326 to USAAF, attached to 38TCS/316TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC damaged in a towing 
					accident on Dec 30, 1943 at AAF Knollwood Field, NC.
				61327 to RAF as Hadrian I FR558.  SOC Jan 5, 1944
				61400 to USAAF, attached to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC crashed in a landing 
					accident after a stall-spin Nov 18, 1943 at Rockingham, NC.
42-61461/61820		Cessna CG-4A-CE
				Cancelled contract
42-61821/62210		Cessna CG-4A-CE
				Subcontracted to Boeing-Wichita
				61897 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial unknown and may never have been issued.
					On loan to RAF in UK for training and flown with RAF roundels and USAAF serials
				61938 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37639
				61939 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37640
				61943 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37641
				61945 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37642
				61946 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37643
				61947	to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37644
				61950 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37645
				61951 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37646
				61952 to US Navy as LRW-1 BuNo 37648
				62174 to USAAF, attached to to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC damaged in a 
					mid air collision accident Nov 26, 1943 with CG-4A 42-78964 at AAF Laurinberg Maxton, NC. 
				62193 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial unknown and may never have been issued.
					On loan to RAF in UK for training and flown with RAF roundels and USAAF serials
				62209 to USAAF, attached to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC damaged in a forced landing 
					accident due weather on Dec 27, 1943 at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC.
42-62211/62600		Cessna CG-4A-CE
				Cancelled contract
42-62601		Lockheed UC-85 
				Model 9D-2 Orion MSN 208 NC799W originally with Evening News Association as NX799W commandeered by
				USAAF in June of 1942 from Arthur D. Knapp.  Released 
				Sept 1944.  Scrapped in Nov 1947 after an accident at Los Angeles, CA.
42-62602		Lockheed C-56D Lodestar
				Civilian Model 18-08 NC25639 of Continental impressed by USAAF Jun 22, 1942.
					To NC25639 in 1945, to N5112 Oct 1950, to N51127 Jun 1963.
					WFU Jan 27, 1969
42-62603/62605		Briegleb XTG-9-BR 
				Impressed Model BG.6 sailplanes
				62603 damaged Sep 11, 1942 at Condor Field, California.  Repaired.  Wfu Feb 1945.
				62604 w/o Nov 1943
				62605 wfu Feb 1945.
42-62606		Howard UC-70 Nightingale
				Civilian DGA-15P NC22435 impressed by USAAF.  NC22435 may have been MSN 534
42-62607/62608		Stinson UC-81J Reliant
				Model SR-9E impressed by USAAF
				62607 ex NC17137 MSN 5206
				62608 ex NC18444	MSN 5263			
42-62609/62812		Timm CG-4A-TI
				62694 to RAF as Hadrian II KK629.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				62697 to RAF as Hadrian II KK630.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				62700 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued.
				62706 to RAF as Hadrian II KK631.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				62707 to RAF as Hadrian II KK795.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				62710 to RAF as Hadrian II FR740.  No record of fate.
				62711 to RAF as Hadrian II KH955.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				62712 to RAF as Hadrian II KK796.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				62713 to RAF as Hadrian II KK632.  DBR in gale, Bihta May 18, 1945.
				62717 to RAF as Hadrian II FR741.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				62720 to RAF as Hadrian II FR742.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				62722 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued.	
				62727 (436th TCG) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13347
				62752 (94th TCS, 439th TCG) w/o in fatal crash near Tours, France
					Feb 22, 1945
				62755 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued.
				62769 to RAF as Hadrian II KH956.  DBR in gale, Bihta May 18, 1945
				62775 to RAF as Hadrian II FR743.  DBR in gale, Bilaspur May 29, 1945
42-62813/63349		Timm CG-4A-TI
				Cancelled contract
42-63350		Fairchild UC-86
				Model 24R-40 MSN R40-418 NC28539 purchased from civilian owner in 1942.
					Returned to civil regisry as N285359.  W/o Oct 26, 2004 when
					crashed on takeoff at Custar, OH.
42-63351		Howard UC-70C Nightingale
				Civilian DGA-8 NC14835 commandeered by USAAF.  NC14835 was registered to Defense Supplies Corp with MSN 71,
					cancelled Oct 1, 1942.
42-63352/63365		Bell-Atlanta B-29-1-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63352 Delivered to USAAF 30Dec43
					(462nd BG, 771st BS) On a transport mission  and w/o when crew bailed out after running
					out of fuel near Netrogoana, India May 24, 1944
				63353 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec43. Departed CONUS for CBI 13Apr44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 1May44
					Was 315th BW, "Jug Hound Jalopy" then 58th BW, 468th BG, 792nd
					BS "The Juke Box" at Kharagpur, India 1May44.  WFU and stored Jan 15, 1945 as war weary.
					Returned to CONUS.  Reclaimed 12Dec49
				63354 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan44.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 8May44
					Declared war weary 4Jul45. Returned to CONUS.  Reclaimed 7Jan49
				63355 (Delivered to USAAF 31Jan44.  Departed CONUS 10Apr44 for CBI.  Assigned to 468th BG 19Apr44
					468th BG, 793rd BS, "Bella Bortion") enemy Zeke fighter tried to
					ram the plane and hit #1 prop on mission to Mudken,
					Manchuria.  WFU and stored Jan 3, 1945 as war weary.  Reclaimed 12Dec49
				63356 (468th BG, 793rd BS) delivered to USAAF Feb 13, 1944.  
					Departed Smoky Hill AFB Apr 15, 1944 for India and arrive
					May 4, 1944.  As the "Georgia Peach", later renamed
					"Lassie" and "Valkyrie Queen".  Returned to USA as
					war weary Dec 11, 1944 and assigned to Roswell.  Scrapped
					as surplus at Pyote, TX Dec 21, 1949.
				63357 (468th BG, 795th BS) Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44
					Assigned to 795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					W/o Apr 21, 1944 in crash landing in sand storm due to engine failure 2 1/2 mi NE of Karachi, 
					India (now Pakistan.  Four killed.
				63358 Delivered to USAAF 29Feb44.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49
				63359 Delivered to USAAF 29Feb44.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Surveyed at Kelly AFB, TX 16Mar45
				63360 Delivered to USAAF 29Feb44.  (444th BG, 678th BS, "Slow Freight" later "Trojan Spirit")
					Returned to USA as war weary Jan 1945.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63361 Delivered to USAAF 31May44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Pyote AAF, TX.  (CCTS, 236th BU) damaged by weather while parked at Pyote
					AAF, TX Aug 26, 1944.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63362 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar44.  To the Bell Modification Center, Marietta, GA. Departed 6Jun44
					To the Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK. Departed 11Jun44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 17Jul44
					(58th W, 462nd BG, 770th BS, "Hull's Angel").  Reclaimed 27Jun49
				63363 Delivered to USAAF 18Mar44
					Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Jul44
					Transferred to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					(40th BG, 395th BS, "Marietta Misfit") shot down Dec 7, 1944
					while bombing Manchuria Airplane Manufacturing Company and
					an adjacent arsenal at Mukden, China.  MACR 10024.
					Crew bailed out near Sian, China.  11 rescued by  Chinese.  The tail gunner landed in Japanese-held 
					territory in Manchuria and was captured by the Japanese. Several days later he escaped and made 
					his way into territory held by Chinese guerrillas
				63364 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Named ‘Miss Carriage’.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					While assigned to 234th AAFBU at Clovis AAF, NM had several
					accidents due to mechanical failures, Dec 12, 1944 at
					Alamogordo Gunnery Range, Jan 31, 1945 at Clovis AAF, TX,
					and Feb 19, 1945 at Kirtland Field, NM.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63365 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar44.  Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
42-63366/63381		Bell-Atlanta B-29-5-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63366 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					(236th CCR) damaged at Pyote AAF, TX when it had a mechanical
					failure Feb 10, 1945.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63367 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr44.  Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 1Nov48.  (1st VHBS, 9th BHBG) w/o when crew bailed out Dec 11, 1944
					16 mi W of Pratt, KS.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 1Nov48
				63368 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr44.  Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					(875th BS, 498th BG) damaged in landing accident at
					Wichita MAP, KS Jun 7, 1944.  To GIA at Tinker AAF, OK 8Jul44
				63369 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Pyote AAF, TX.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					(236th CCTS) damaged in landing accident Jan 7, 1945.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10May49
				63370 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					(CCTS, 234th BU) damaged while parked in a ground accident
					at Clovis AAF, NM Oct 9, 1944.  To GIA at Clovis AAF, NM 30Apr46
				63371 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr44.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63372 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr44. Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63373 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr44.  (482nd BS, 505th BG) w/o Oct 24, 1944 when crashed after
					belly landing due to engine failure and was consumed by fire 3/4 mi S of Harvard AAF, NE.  
				63374 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					(5th BW, "Tabooma II") participated in Jan 11, 1945
					Mission 27 raid on Singapore Kings Drydock from Calcutta,
					and the Jan 14, 1945 Mission 28 raid on Kagi Air Base,
					Formosa.  To GIA at Amarillo AAF, TX 31May46
				63375 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr44.  In ground accident Jul 2, 1944 while assigned to Material
					section of the Marietta Aircraft Assembly Plant, Marietta, GA.
					Repaired and assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, 5th BW, Dudhkindi, India
					Named "Her Majesty" and participated in Jan 11, 1945 Mission 27 raid on Singapore
					Kings drydock from Calcutta.
				63376 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr44.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  
					In taxi accident at Kano, Nigeria Nov 21, 1944.  Assigned
					to 58th BW, later named "Miss NC"  Participated in Jan 6, 1945
					Mission 24 raid on Bangkok from Chengtu, China.  Returned to USA as war weary Feb 1945.
				63377 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr44.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group. 
					Departed CONUS for CBI 8Apr44, arriving CBI 28Apr44
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 7Jan49
				63378 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr44. Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Participated in Jan 11, 1945 Mission 27
					raid on Singapore Aerodrome from Calcutta.  >ater named
					"Lil Herbert".  Returned to USA as war weary Feb 1945.
				63379 Delivered to USAAF 4May44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63380 Delivered to USAAF 4May44.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Damaged by weather Aug 25, 1944 at Pyote AAF, TX, again damaged in taxi accident Mar 4, 1945.  Assigned to 98th
					BG, named "Spittin Kitten"  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 16Dec48
				63381 Delivered to USAAF 8May44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Dec49
42-63382/63401		Bell-Atlanta B-29-10-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63382 Delivered to USAAF 15May44
					(39th BG, 62nd BS) crashed 3 3/4 mi WSW of Havana, Cuba Feb 10, 1945 after takeoff from Batista 
					Field while on routine cross-country training flight.  7 killed.
				63383 Delivered to USAAF 15May44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Damaged in takeoff accident after engine failure Dec 1, 1944.
				63384 Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group
					Damaged when crashed on landing in Puerto Rico Jan 27, 1945 due to engine failure. 
				63385 Delivered to USAAF 29May44
					Converted to TB-29, Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 241st Army Air Force Base Unit, Fairmont AAF, NE
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Damaged while parked when another B-29 (42-24557) had
					a taxi accident Mar 4, 1945 with it at Ramey AFB, PR.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 14Jul49
				63386 Delivered to USAAF 19May44.  To the Bell Modification Center, Marietta, GA. Departed 18Jul44
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group.  Departed CONUS for CBI 14Aug44
					Named ‘Globe Girdle Myrtle’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 15May47
				63387 Delivered to USAAF 29May44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 241st Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Fairmont AAF, NE.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Had a forced landing due to
					mechanical failure accident 5 mi NW of Geneva AAF, NB
					Jan 9, 1945.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 6Jul49
				63388 Delivered to USAAF 2May44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM.
					Damaged in landing accident with mechanical failure Dec 31, 1944.
				63389 Delivered to USAAF 23May44.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Accident 12Aug44 landing at Great Bend AAF, KS.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 6Jun49
				63390 Delivered to USAAF 25May44.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63391 (41st BS, 501st BG at Harvard AAF) suffered landing accident Mar 4, 1945 NE of Harvard AAF, NB.  
					Forced landing Mar 10, 1945 due to engine failure at Alexandria AAF, LA 
					To GIA at Harvard AAF, NB 21Dec49
				63392 Delivered to USAAF 27May44.  Assigned to 3030th Army Air Force Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Dec49
				63393 Delivered to USAAF 30May44.  To the Bell Modification Center, Marietta, GA. Departed 29Jul44
					To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL. Departed 2Sep44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 27Sep44; arrived India 11Oct44.
					(58th BW, 462nd BG, 768th BS, "Rushin Rotation" later
					"Rush Order") participated in Jan 11, 1945 mission 27
					raid against the Singapore Kings Drydock from Calcutta.  Reclaimed at Gulfport AAF, MS 20Mar46
				63394 Delivered to USAAF 7May44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Jul44.
					Combat damaged 21Nov44 during a mission to Omura, Japan. The aircraft departed the forward operating 
					base at Hsinching, Chengtu, China. Over the target the aircraft was attacked by Japanes fighters, 
					damaging three engines, one of which was later restored to produce power. The crew destroyed three 
					enemy fighters with another two probably destroyed. The crew initially considered diverting to 
					Vladivostok, Russia but decided to try and make it back to China. The aircraft landed at Laohokow, China, 
					a short grassy strip. Safely on the ground, the Chinese soldiers covered the aircraft with camouflage.
					(58th BW, 40th BG at Chakulia "Last Resort") participated in Jan 11, 1945 Mission 27 raid against 
					Singapore Kings Drydock from Calcutta.  Assigned to 44th BS, w/o Jan 14, 1945
					when bombs and fire from 42-24582 destroyed it on the ground at Chakulia, India
				63395 Delivered to USAAF 31May44.  Departed Morrison AAF, FL for India on 31Aug44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 15Sep44.  Suffered landing accident Dec 7, 1944
					at Pengshan, China returning from a mission to bomb the Manchuria Airplane Manufacturing Company and an adjacent 
					arsenal at Mukden, Manchuria.  The aircraft was a complete wreck.
				63396 Delivered to USAAF 31May44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 4Sep44; arrived Chakulia, India.  Assigned to 
					25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. (58th BW, "Marietta Belle") participated in Jan 6, 1945
					Mission 24 raid against Bangkok, in Mission 25 raid Jan 9,1945
					against Omura, Japan, Mission 42 Mar 12, 1945 against Singapore oil storage area.  Renamed "Pretty Baby aka
					Marietta Belle".  Transferred to Tinian May45.  Crashed Tinian and ran off runway Jun 19, 
					1945 after brakes failed.  Aircraft was surveyed.
				63397 Delivered to USAAF 3Jun44.  Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					(236th AAFBU) damaged in landing accident with mechanical failure Mar 21, 1945.  
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Dec49.
				63398 (Delivered to USAAF 7Jun44.  Assigned to 243rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group 243rd AAFBU.   In takeoff accident at Great Bend AAF, KS
					Dec 6, 1944.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49
				63399 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					(231st BU, CCTS) damaged in forced landing Sep 5, 1944 due
					to engine failure at Alamogordo AAB, NM.  Repaired, assigned
					to 58th BW, 444th BG, 676th BS, named "Lady Marge II"
				63400 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Had weather-related ground accident Aug 26, 1944 at Pyote AAF, TX.  Damaged in landing accident
					after engine failure at Batista Field, Cuba Feb 9, 1945.
					Assigned to 16th Bombardment Training Wing, Biggs AAF, TX [1945].  Surveyed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Feb45
				63401 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group 15Sep44
					Reclaimed at Victorville AFB, CA 14Sep48
42-63402/63451		Bell-Atlanta B-29-15-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63402 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun44.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Crashed 29May45 due to engine failure after takeoff 6 miles W of Valpariso, FL
					Surveyed at Eglin AAF, FL 29May45
				63403 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun44.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 
					Returned to CONUS as war weary.  To GIA at Amarillo AAF, TX 31May46
				63404 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun44.  Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 3Nov44
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 23Feb45.  To GIA at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ 30Apr46
				63405 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun44.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63406 (Delivered to USAAF 20Jun44.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, 314th Bomb Wing 
					Ditched from unknown cause Jan 15, 1945 5 mi NW of Aercibo, Puerto Rico.  MACR 10849
				63407 Delivered to USAAF 22Jul44.  Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 13Sep45
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India.  Named ‘Shoot, You’re Faded’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 23Feb45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 15May47
				63408 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 246th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pratt AAF, KS
					Accident 11Sep44 taxying at Pratt AAF, KS.  Assigned to 463rd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Pratt AAF, KS
					Accident 10Jun45 due to weather 75 miles SW of Pratt, KS.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49
				63409 Delivered to USAAF 7Aug44.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63410 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug44
					Assigned to 242nd (Operational Training Unit, Very Heavy), 17th Bombardment Training Wing, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Flown by a crew of the 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group
					Lost when ditched due to engine failure near Cape Hatian, Haiti Jan 13, 1945, Atlantic.  MACR 10856.  5 killed
				63411 Delivered to USAAF 16Jun44.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group, India
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India. 
					Engine failure during take-off caused the aircraft to run off the end of the runway at Dudhkundi, India 12Mar45. 
					The nosewheel collapsed, causing damage. Repaired and returned to operations.
					Transferred to Tinian 5May45.  (444th BG, 677th BS, "Duchess") returned to USA as war weary Jun 13, 1945.  			
					Assigned to 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX 
					Accident 29Jun45 due to mechanical failure landing at Amarillo AAF, TX.  Reclaimed 30Jun46
				63412 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug44.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 24Oct44
					(497th BG, 870th BS, "Peace On Earth") ditched during Tokyo mission Mar 4, 1945.  MACR 12912.  9 survivors, 2 lost
				63413 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug44.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 29Oct44
					Named ‘Dixie Darlin’’.  497th BG, 871st BS, "Dixie Darling") ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean 
					Dec 18, 1944 while on mission to Mitsubishi aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10657.  
					All 11 crew killed.  Witnesses stated the aircraft made the normal turn toward home base after the bomb 
					run, but was never seen again
				63414 Delivered to USAAF 6Sep44.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 28Oct44.  Named ‘The Jumping Stud’
					Accident 2Jan45 landing at Isely Field, Saipan
					(497th BG, 871st BS) ditched Jul 3, 1945 from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean while on mission to Kochi, Japan.
					All crew survived and were rescued.
				63415 Delivered to USAAF 9Sep44.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Jolly Roger’.  Returned to CONUS as war weary.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49
				63416 Delivered to USAAF 7Sep44.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 25Oct44
					Named ‘Black Bart’s Revenge’. (498th BG, 875th BS) engine caught fire May 5, 1945 and crashed into sea 5 
					miles off Saipan.  7 crew killed, 4 crew survived and were rescued.  MACR 14366.  The aircraft was on a 
					mission to Kobe metropolitan area. 
				63417 Delivered to USAAF 22Sep44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 27Oct44. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Rushin’ Rotashun’.  Declared war weary 5Jul45. Returned to CONUS
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10May49
				63418 Delivered to USAAF 25Aug44.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 27Oct44
					Named ‘Jumbo, King of the Show’
					(497th BG, 871st BS) ditched due to fuel exhaustion in Pacific Ocean Jan 3, 1945 while returning
					from mission to Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10901.  6 crew killed, 5 crew survived and were rescued.
				63419 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep44.  Departed CONUS 1Oct44 for PTO
					Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					(444th BG) crashed due to icing Aug 11, 1944, China.  MACR 9684.  The crew bailed out after the ice buildup.
				63420 Delivered to USAAF 16Sep44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Assigned to 794/795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Clovis AAF, NM
					Departed Clovis AAF, NM for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India Oct44. Ferried to CBI routing Boca Raton, FL, 
					Borinquen AAF, Puerto Rico, Accra, Gold Coast, Khartoum, Egypt and Karachi, India
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					(40th BG, 25th BS, "Rankless Wreck") hit by cannon fire from Japanese George fighter near Kobe, able to
					limp to Iwo Jima, crash landed while on fire Jun 5, 1945.  No injuries to crew.  Scrapped in place.
				63421 Delivered to USAAF 17Aug44.  Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				63422 Delivered to USAAF 7Sep44
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					(444th BG, 677th BS, "Little Mike") Crashed 4Aug45 due to engine failure during takeoff from West Field, Tinian
 					Declared war weary Nov 30, 1945.
				63423 Delivered to USAAF 25Aug44.  (497th BG, 870th BS, 'Were Wolf') shot down Jan 27, 1945 and crashed
					near Shbazoe-Dogenji, Fujinomiya City, Japan.  MACR 11620.  4 crew killed in
					crash, 4 thrown from plane or bailed out and chutes never opened, 4 survived
					and 1 died from poor care at a military hospital, 3 other died in a fire
					in a Japanese prison May 26, 1945.
				63424 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug44.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 11Nov44
					Named ‘Hap’s Characters’.  Declared war weary 7Sep45. Returned to CONUS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 23Mar49
				63425 Delivered to USAAF 26Aug44.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 28Oct44.  Named ‘The Dragon Lady’.  Renamed ‘Terrible Terry’		
					Damaged 22Dec44 when rammed. Probably repaired by replacing the fin with unit removed from 42-24606
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Nov48
				63426 Delivered to USAAF 6Sep44.  Named ‘Fickle Finger’
					(497th BG, 871st BS) crashed while landing after a test flight at Tinian Dec 3, 1944.  All crew survived, 
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				63427 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep44.  Named ‘Miss Margaret’
					(497th BG) lost on mission to attack urban areas of Tokyo Feb 26, 1945.  MACR 12763.  A navigation error 
					placed the aircraft north of the target. It proceeded to the target at Tokyo but encountered head winds 
					which caused fuel exhaustion; the aircraft ditched. 9 survivors
				63428 (498th BG, 873rd BS) strafed and burned on ground in enemy raid on Isley Field, Saipan Nov 27, 1944.
				63429 Delivered to USAAF 9Sep44.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Pacific Queen’.  Damaged 25Dec44 in a Japanese air raid.  Returned to CONUS – 50 missions
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 14Jul49
				63430 (498th BG) Delivered to USAAF 4Sep44.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Damaged 12/13/1944.  Ditched, but no crew members rescued.  MACR 19655.  The aircraft was on a mission 
					to Nagoya when it was attacked with instruments and no.1 engine suffering combat damage.
				63431 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug44.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 25Oct44.  Named ‘Ponderous Peg’
					(497th BG, 871st BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-24808 Feb 25, 1945 over Pacific Ocean and
					crashed into ocean.  MACR 12722.  All 11 crew killed.  The aircraft was on a mission to attack 
					urban areas of Tokyo 
				63432 Delivered to USAAF 22Sep44.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lucky Irish’
					Damaged by enemy action Dec 3, 1944 and ditched.  10 crew members rescued.  MACR 10692.  The aircraft 
					was dispatched to attack the Musashino aircraft factory and targets of opportunity in Tokyo. 
					Enemy fighters shot out the fuel transfer system and punctured oil tanks. Flak damage had jammed 
					one bomb bay door open. The aircraft ditched 300 miles north of Saipan with 1,200 gallons of unusable 
					fuel in the tanks.
				63433 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep44.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					W/o Sep 28 1944 in USA.  The aircraft had a mid-air collision with B-29 #42-65215 at approximately 
					17,000 feet altitude in the skies near Philip, South Dakota. The two bombers were operating 
					out of the Kearny Army Airfield in Nebraska. All personnel aboard both planes were killed.
				63434 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Pyote AAF, TX.  Crash landed 15Dec44 at Pyote AAF, TX.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					To GIA at Chanute AFB, TX 7Oct49
				63435 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep44.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Damaged 24Nov44. Named ‘Snafuperfort’		named because of mechanical unreliability
					Named ‘Sna  pe fort’.  Named ‘Sharon Sue’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 
					Salvaged at Memphis, TN 31May46
				63436 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr44.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Old Ironsides’.  Returned to CONUS – 42 missions
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 10May49
				63437 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep44.  Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Technical Services Command), 
					Victorville AAF, CA.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 14Jul49
				63438 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep44.  Named ‘Hell’s Bells’
					(499th BG, 879th BS) destroyed on ground at Isley Field, Saipan Nov 27, 1944 during Japanese attack. 
				63439 Delivered to USAAF 22Sep44.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Beaubomber’
					Ditched due to combat damage in Magicienne Bay, SW of Saipan Dec 13, 1944 while
					returning from mission to Mitsubishi aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 10644.  All 11 crew killed.
				63440 Delivered to USAAF 25Sep44.  Named ‘Inspiraton’
					(499th BG, 877th BS) lost in Pacific Ocean Jun 4, 1945 while on test flight.  All crew survived.
				63441 Delivered to USAAF 25Sep44.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Damaged Feb45; repaired.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS – 28 missions
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10May49
				63442 Delivered to USAAF 28Sep44.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Beaubomber II’.  Assigned to 718th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
					Crashed 19Aug48 due to engine failure during takeoff 5 miles north of Weaver AFB, Rapid City, SD.
				63443 Delivered to USAAF 27Sep44.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Transferred to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Shirley Dee’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63444 Delivered to USAAF 30Sep44.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Honshu Hawk’
					Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Jolly Roger’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63445 Delivered to USAAF 1Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 25Nov44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 3Dec44.  Named ‘The Craig Comet’
					Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group 
					(468th BG) in landing accident due to combat damage on mission to Tokyo at West Field, Tinian May 24, 1945.  
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63446 Delivered to USAAF 9Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 18Dec44
					Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Trojan Spirit’.  Named ‘Slow Freight’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63447 Delivered to USAAF 1Oct44.  Named ‘Umbriago III’.  Named ‘Dat’s My Boy’
					(499th BG, 879th BS) ditched due to fuel starvation 85 mi N of Saipan Dec 13, 1944 while returning from 
					mission to Mitsubishi aircraft factory at Nagoya, Japan.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued by US
					Navy destroyer.
				63448 Delivered to USAAF 4Oct44.  To the Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK. Departed 10Nov44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 28Nov44; arrived India 7Dec44.
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Artwork of a girl sitting – no text.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63449 Delivered to USAAF 6Oct44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 28Jul45 landing at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63450 Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian.  Reclaimed
				63451 Delivered to USAAF 13Oct44.  Named ‘Black Jack Too’
					(444th BG, 678th BS) crashed near Yoshizu Village Kagawa, Japan Jun 5, 1945.  MACR 14606.The aircraft 
					was damaged by flak which hit no.3 engine over the target. As the aircraft lost height it was attacked 
					by Ki-100 fighters from Akeno. Fifteen miles from Kobe the burning engine burnt through the wing which 
					broke away. The aircraft rolled over and fell in a nose down spin until it crashed in the Kowaura mountains
					1 crew kiled, 10 bailed out and became POW.  One died of his wounds, 9 executed Jun 28, 1945.
42-63452/63501		Bell-Atlanta B-29-20-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63452 Delivered to USAAF 9Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 28Nov44; arrived Piardoba, India 9Dec44
					(462nd BG, 770th BS) crashed at Lasho Kew, China Dec 19, 1944 after ran out of fuel.  Crew bailed out and
					survived but aircraft was destroyed. 
				63453 Delivered to USAAF 12Oct44.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Satan’s Sister II’.  Reclaimed at Pinecastle AFB, FL 30Jun46
				63454 Delivered to USAAF 16Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 20Nov44
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Thunderbird’
				63455 Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India Sep44
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Genie’.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian
					Acident 7Jun45 taxying at West Field, Tinian.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45
				63456 Delivered to USAAF 15Oct44.  Departed CONUS 17Nov44 to CBI. 
					Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group 15Dec44. Transferred to Tinian 11May45.  Reclaimed
				63457 Delivered to USAAF 15Oct44.  To the Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK. Departed 24Oct44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 14Nov44
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Battlin’ Betty’.  Named ‘Old Acquaintance’.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				63458 Delivered to USAAF 20Oct44.  Departed CONUS 24Nov44 to CBI
					Assigned to 444th Bomb Group [sic], Dudhkundi, India.  Named ‘Wing Ding’
					(444th BG, 676th BS) crashed from unknown cause on takeoff Dec 24, 1944 at Dudhkundi Air field, West Bengal, India.
					8 crew killed, 4 survived.
				63459 Delivered to USAAF 20Oct44.  To the Bedford Modification Center. Departed 17Nov44
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group.  Departed CONUS for CBI 13Dec44.
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Modified to WB-29.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Oct54
				63460 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44
					Assigned to 794-795th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group at Kearney AAF, NB 18Nov44
					Departed CONUS 28Nov44 to CBI. Routing Morrison AAF, FL, arriving Salau, India 13Dec44
					Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India.  (468th BG, 793rd BS) DBR in 
					ground accident at Kharagpur airfield, India while parked Dec 24, 1944.
					Transferred to Tinian May45.  Named ‘Pioneer II’.  Named ‘Lassie Too’.  Returned to CONUS
				63461 Delivered to USAAF 25Oct44
					(497th BG, 870th BS) damaged by A6M3 near Tokyo, Japan Dec 3, 1944 while on mission to Musashino
					aircraft factory near Tokyo.  The aircraft ditched 22 miles NE of Saipan.  All 11 crew KIA.
				63462 Delivered to USAAF 23Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Dec44
					Named ‘The Lemon’.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. 
					Transferred to Tinian May 1945.  (40th BG, 44th BS) broke into two on landing at West Field, Tinian 
					May 3, 1945 while returning from mission to Japan.  All crew survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				63463 Delivered to USAAF 19Oct44
					(73rd BW, 497th BG, 869th BS, "Skyscrapper II") heavily damaged while parked on hardstand by
					collision with B-29 42-63489 Feb 19, 1945.  Aircraft surveyed.
				63464 Delivered to USAAF 20Oct44.  Departed CONUS 22Nov44 to CBI. 
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 4Dec44. Transferred to Tinian 11May45
					Named ‘Belle Ringer’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 5Jul45
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63465 Delivered to USAAF 22Oct44.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group, Isely Field, Saipan
					Named ‘Off Limits limited’.  Accident 15Jan45 taxying at Harmon Field, Guam
				63466 Delivered to USAAF 3Nov44.  Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Stripped for Action’.  Returned to CONUS – 35 missions
					Reclaimed at Sioux City AAB, IA 6Jun47
				63467 Delivered to USAAF 30Oct44.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Super Wabbit II’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63468 Delivered to USAAF 25Oct44
					(498th BG, 873rd BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Feb 10, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft factor
					near Ota, Japan.  The aircraft was observed with no.1 engine feathered and low on fuel. It disappeared 
					in the dark.  All 11 crew killed.
				63469 Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 27Oct44
					Named ‘Sleepy Time Gal’.  Reclaimed
				63470 Delivered to USAAF 30Oct44.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					The aircraft had severe decompression problems and was surveyed at Herington AAF, KS
					w/o Nov 16, 1944 near Teakio, Missouri.  Crashed on a farm after suffering mechanical failure in flight. 
					The crew bailed out.
				63471 Delivered to USAAF 31Oct44.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Sweat ’er Out’.  Accident 15Nov44 landing at Herington AAF, KS
					Accident 6Dec44 taxying at Herington AAF, KS.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63472 Delivered to USAAF 28Oct44.  To the Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK. Departed 6Nov44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 27Nov44.
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Myasas Draggin’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Jun50
				63473 Delivered to USAAF 29Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 26Nov44.
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					(462nd BG, 770th BS) in taxiing accident (may have collided with B-29 42-24786) at West Field, Tinian
					Jul 23, 1945.  All crew survived.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63474 Delivered to USAAF 31Oct44.  To the Bedford Modification Center. Departed 19Nov44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 10Dec44.  Assigned to 679th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 6Dec50
				63475 Delivered to USAAF 11Nov44.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Houston Honey’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50.  Named ‘Jolly Roger’.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Combat damage 6Dec50 by MiG-15 aircraft
				63476 Delivered to USAAF 11Nov44.  To the Bedford Modification Center. Departed 2Dec44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 22Dec44.  Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. 
					Transferred to Tinian.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63477 Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Ditched
				63478 Delivered to USAAF 15Nov44.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Southern Belle’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63479 Delivered to USAAF 10Nov44.  To the Bedford Modification Center. Departed 23Nov44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 20Jan45.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. 
					Ditched 17 mi S of Matla River in Bay of Bengal Feb 24, 1945 Kharagpur, India.  5 crew killed.
				63480 Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian
					Named ‘Dream Girl’.  Assigned to 4180th Army Air Force Base Unit (Fairfield ATSC), Kellogg AAF, Battle Creek, MI
					Damaged 10Sep45 in a ground accident at Walker AAF, KS
				63481 Delivered to USAAF 13Nov44.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Honshu Hurricane’	‘Vargas’ artwork
					Suffered mechanical failure 200 mi E of NAS Honolulu, Hawaii Jan 16, 1945 while on ferry flight.  Was
					able to land. Accident 4Sep45 landing at Isely Field, Saipan
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group  Named ‘Pappy’s Pullman II’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63482 Delivered to USAAF 11Nov44.  Named ‘Hope-Full Devil’	Named after Bob Hope with artwork of him holding a bomb
					(505th BG, 484th BS) ditched in Pacific when ran out of fuel Mar 9, 1945.  All crew survived.
				63483 Delivered to USAAF 15Nov44.  (499th BG, 877th BS) ditched from unknown cause off coast of Japan Apr 24, 
					1945 while on mission to Hitachi aircraft factory at Tachikawa, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
				63484 Delivered to USAAF 13Nov44.  Named ‘Honorable TNT Wagon’
					(505th BG, 484th BS) in takeoff accident at North Field, Tinian due to engine fsilure May 19, 1945.  All crew
					survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				63485 Delivered to USAAF 17Nov44.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Hot Pants’
					Survived the war
				63486 Delivered to USAAF 17Nov44.  Named ‘Hell’s Belle’.  Named ‘Naughty Nancy’
					(500th BG, 881st BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan May 24, 1945 and crashed into water off Tokyo.
					10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				63487 Delivered to USAAF 22Nov44.  Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
					Departed CONUS for PTO Dec44.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Constant Nymph’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS Apr45 – 9 missions
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS.  Redesignated TB-29
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Material Command), Victorville AAF, CA, for storage November 1945.
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA for storage Apr49. 
					Reclaimed at Victorville AFB, CA 5Jan50
				63488 Delivered to USAAF 22Nov44.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.
				63489 Delivered to USAAF 22Nov44.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Holy Joe’.  Named ‘Round Robin’
					(73rd BW, 500th BG, 881st BS, "Holy Joe") hit by cannon fire over Tokyo, returned to Marianias and
					broke apart on landing on Saipan Feb 19, 1945 and crashed into parked B-29 42-63463.  Both aircraft
					w/o.
				63490 Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Mustn’t Touch’.  Returned to CONUS – 44 missions
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
				63491 Delivered to USAAF 22Nov44.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				63492 Delivered to USAAF 22Nov44.  Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lucky Irish II’
					Combat damage 24Apr45 during a mission to Tachikawa, Japan  when it was rammed by a Japanese fighter
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63493 Delivered to USAAF 22Nov44.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 6Dec44 taxying at Herington AAF, KS.  Named ‘Star Duster’
					(499th BG, 878th BS, *Star Duster*) shot down Mar 25, 1945, Nagakute-mura, Honshu, Japan. The 
					aircraft departed Saipan, Marianas Island, on a combat mission to Nagoya, Japan. Japanese witnesses 
					to the crash state that the plane caught fire in the air and exploded upon impact with the ground. 
					One man was seen to parachute from the burning plane, but his parachute failed to open.
				63494 Delivered to USAAF 22Nov44
					(500th BG, 882nd BS) shot down by Ki-61 Feb 19, 1945 over Sendagaya Shibuya-Ku Tokyo, Japan while 
					on mission to Tokyo.  9 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				63495 Delivered to USAAF 24Nov44.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Fast Company’
					Combat damage 10Feb45 during a mission to attack the Nakajima aircraft plant at Ota.
					Survived the war.  Reclaimed at Victorville AAB, CA 30Oct46
				63496 Delivered to USAAF 29Nov44
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Naughty Nancy’.  Named ‘Little Miss’
					(444th BG, 677th BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-65270 off coast of Japan Jun 1, 1945 and crashed
					into Pacific Ocean while on mission to Osaka, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
				63497 Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Fever From The South’
					Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS – 57 missions
				63498 Delivered to USAAF 24Nov44
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Jan45.  Named ‘B-Sweet III’.  Named ‘Lazy Baby’
					(40th BG, 25th BS) crashed 200 mi NW of Tinian due to engine failure May 24, 1945 while returning from
					mission to Tokyo.  All ll crew bailed out, 1 drowned and 10 were rescued by the ship "Invincible".
				63499 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Named ‘Coral Queen’.  Named ’38 Sea Bees’
					(504th BG, 398th BS) ditched from unknown cause north of Marianas Feb 15, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubishi
					aircraft engine works at Nagoya, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.
				63500 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 23Dec44. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Gravel Gertie’
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jul 3, 1945 while on mission to Takamatsu, Japan.
					All 11 crew killed.
				63501 Delivered to USAAF 26Nov44.  Named ‘The Jumping Stud’
					498th BG, 873rd BS) rammed by Ki-61 over Machida Tokyo, Japan Jan 27, 1945 while on mission to Musashiho and 
					Nakajima aircraft plants at Tokyo.  Crashed into Tokyo Bay.  All 11 crew KIA.
42-63502/63551		Bell-Atlanta B-29-25-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63502 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 18Dec44.
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Long John Silver’.  Reclaimed at Lowry AAF, CO 31Jul46
				63503 Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian
					Named ‘Sky Scrapper’.  Reclaimed at Amarillo AAF, TX 30Jun46
				63504 Delivered to USAAF 28Nov44.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Flag Ship’
					On 24 July 1944, not long after the Marines began their assault on the island, B-29 serial number 
					42-63504 “Flag Ship” became the first Superfortress to land on the Marianas island of Tinian.
					Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945
					by crashing B-29 42-24913.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63505 Delivered to USAAF 27Nov44.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 3Jan45.  Named ‘Draggin’ Lady’
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 15Jul45.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				63506 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian
					Departed CONUS for CBI 25Dec44; arrived Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Untouchable’
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group.  Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945
					by crashing B-29 42-24913.
				63507 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63508 Delivered to USAAF 7Dec44.  Named ‘Peachy’
					(505th BG, 482nd BS) Combat damage by enemy fighter. The aircraft crashed at Chiba Higashikatsushika gun, 
					Shinkawa Village (now Chiba Nagareyama Shinkawa) Kiriya river.  All ll crew killed.
				63509 Delivered to USAAF 5Dec44/  Departed McCook AAF, NB for PTO 27Jan45
					Named ‘Long Winded'.  (9th BG, 99th BS) shot down by AAA over Shimonoseki Strait while on mine-sowing 
					mission May 22, 1945.  7 crew killed, 3 survived and were rescued by US Navy submarine.
				63510 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group 29Jan45.  Named ‘Heavenly Body’
					(498th BG, 874th BS) damaged by enemy fire Apr 1, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft plant
					at Tokyo, Japan.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.  To Guam Air Depot Apr 10, 1945.  Surveyed
					at Guam Air Depot May 1, 1945.
				63511 Delivered to USAAF 4Dec44.  Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Departed McCook AAF, NB for PTO 15Jan45.  Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Man O’War II’.  Returned to CONUS 18Aug45 – 31 combat missions
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, 
					Lowry Field, CO 23Aug45.  Reclaimed at Lowry AFB, CO 11Sep50
				63512 Delivered to USAAF 5Dec44.  Departed McCook AAF, NB for PTO 20Jan45.  Named ‘Nip Clipper’
					(9th BG, 5th BS) hit by AAA over Yawata, Japan Aug 8, 1945.  Able to fky out to coast of Japan where 
					crew bailed out.  One killed in bail out, 10 survived and drifted for a week before captured and became POW.
				63513 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group Jan45.  Named ‘Ramp Queen’
					(499th BG) MIA May 26, 1945 in raid on Tokyo, Japan.	
				63514 Delivered to USAAF 4Dec44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Ann Garry III’
					The aircraft was damaged by flak and fighters over Tokyo, Japan during the night of 25-26 May, 1945.   
					Three gunners were wounded, the rudder controls were damaged, # 2 & 3 engines were hit and had to be 
					feathered. The crew brought the aircraft back to Iwo Jima but the field was closed in by bad weather. 
					After three unsuccessful passes at the field, the crew bailed out over the Island. The most 
					seriously wounded bailed out within one hundred yards of a Hospital. The captain was the last to leave 
					and bailed out over the water; a Mine Sweeper picked him up. The aircraft was shot down by a P-61 
					and crashed into the Pacific.
				63515 Delivered to USAAF 7Dec44.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63516 Delivered to USAAF 5Dec44.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Amarillo AAF, TX 17Oct46
				63517 Delivered to USAAF 9Dec44.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Bel Air’.  Named ‘Round Robin’.  Assigned to 482nd Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group 29Jan45
					Named ‘Pokahuntas’.  Named ‘Princess Pokey’
					(505th BG, 482nd BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Apr 13, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  
					All 11 crew killed.
				63518 Delivered to USAAF 7Dec44.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 6Dec50 
				63519 Delivered to USAAF 8Dec44.  Named ‘Iron Shillalah’
					(497th BG, 869th BS) ditched due to combat damage 15 mi from Iwo Jima Apr 18, 1945 while returning 
					from mission to Tachiaria, Japan.  8 crew were either killed or drowned, 3 rescued by US Navy.
				63520 Delivered to USAAF 9Dec44
					(505th BG, "Star Dust") based at North Field, Tinian.  Returned to CONUS – 39 missions
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Dec50
				63521 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec44.  May have been named ‘Li’l Eightball’
					(462nd BG, 769th BS) lost from unknown cause while on mission to Tokyo, Japan May 25, 1945.  All 11
					crew killed.
				63522 Delivered to USAAF 12Dec44.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Raidin’ Maiden’
					Renamed ‘Devil’s Darlin II’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63523 Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Miss Behavin’ II’
				63524 Delivered to USAAF 10Dec44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Passion Wagon’
					Assigned to 6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach AAF, CA
					Damaged 14Oct45 when the aircraft ground looped at Hill AAF, UT.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63525 Delivered to USAAF 9Dec44.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Bainbridge Belle’.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Dragon Lady’
					Crashed 15Apr45 landing on return from a mission to Kyushu airfields
				63526 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44.  Named ‘Teaser’
					(497th BG, 871st BS) shot down by flak Mar 24, 1945 near Nagoya, Japan.  The aircraft crashed in a 
					residential area at Gokiso-cho Showa-ku Nagoya-shi, approximately 3.2 miles south southwest from 
					Nagoya Dome. Reports indicated that 5 to 9 homes were destroyed, and 3 others were damaged. The 
					eleven crew members died along with at least 4 (perhaps 5 or 6) civilians in the residences
				63527 Delivered to USAAF 29Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 15Jan45; arrived Chakulia, India 24Jan45
					Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Devilish Snooks’; Name probably evolved from the old radio show “Baby Snooks,” starring 
					Fanny Brice as the devilish little girl.  Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63528 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 244th Army Air Force Base Unit, Harvard AAF, NB
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Crash landed 27Jun45 due to mechanical failure at El Paso Municipal Airport, TX
				63529 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 5Jan45
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 13Jan45.  Named ‘City of Burlington’
					Named ‘My Buddy’.  (468th BG, 794th BS) lost while on mission to Tokyo, Japan May 26, 1945.  All 11
					crew killed.
				63530 Delivered to USAAF 12Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived 15Jan45
					Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Totin to Tokyo II’.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 17Sep45
				63531 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44.  (462nd BG, 768th BS) crashed on takeoff at Tinian Jul 9, 1945.  
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63532 Departed CONUS for CBI Dec44.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group 12Jan45. 
					Transferred to Tinian May45.  Named ‘Million Dollar Baby II’.  Returned to CONUS – 33 missions
				63533 Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Faithful Fay’.  Named ‘Big Dick’
					Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 19May45
				63534 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 25Dec44
					Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Pioneer III’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63535 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘The Spirit of Sammy’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63536 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 12Jan45
					Named ‘Mammy Yokum’
					(468th BG, 792nd BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific May 26,1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  
					All 11 crew killed.
				63537 Delivered to USAAF 26Dec44.  Named ‘Male Call’
					(444th BG, 676th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Kawasaki, Japan May 25, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.
					9 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				63538 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 16Jan45; arrived Chakulia, India.
					Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. 
					Transferred to Tinian May45.  Named ‘Winged Victory II’
					(40th BG, 44th BS) lost from unknown cause over Tokyo, Japan May 26, 1945.  7 crew killed, 9 bailed out and
					became POW.
				63539 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Highland Falls’.  Named ‘Infant of Prague’.  Loaned to 509th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Bel Air’.  Named ‘Round Robin’
				63540 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 1Jan45
					Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					Modified to a transport and became a rest camp special Jul45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63541 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44.  Named ‘Ghastly Goose’
					(497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-61 over Tamagawa, Japan Jan 27, 1945 while on mission to Musashiho and 
					Nakajima aircraft plants at Tokyo.  Able to fly out to sea and ditched 250 mi off Japan.  All crew survived the
					ditching but died in a bad storm awaiting rescue.
				63542 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44. Departed CONUS for CBI 6Jan45; arrived Chakulia, India. 
					Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Kritzer Blitzer’.  Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63543 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63544 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec44.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 22Jan45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Cox’s Army’
					Returned to CONUS 2Dec45 – 35 combat missions.  Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT 1Jan48
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 4Jan51
				63545 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 22Jan45.  Named ‘Umbriago’
					(9th BG, 5th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Ishigami Chiba, Japan Apr 15, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki,
					Japan. Crashed in a forest in Ishikami-Koyaba, Shiratori-mura, Ichihara-gun (present Ichihara-shi), Chiba-ken.
 					MACR 14250.  Two KIA, eight bailed out but one resisted arrest and was killed, two died in the Tokyo 
					Military Prison fire on May 25, 1945, one was liberated after the war.
				63546 Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 28Jan45.  Named ‘Indiana’.  9 combat missions
					(9th BG, 99th BS) shot down by AAA near Oshibe, Japan Mar 16, 1945 while on mission to Kobe, Japan.   
					All 11 crew KIA.
				63548 Named ‘Maiden USA’.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group; transferred to Tinian 10May45
					Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
				63549 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44.  Named ‘Empire Express’
					(505 BG, 483 BS) lost over Usa airfield, Kyushu, Japan May 7, 1945 when
					rammed by enemy Ki.45 Nick twin-engined fighter.  Crashed in Hachiman Mountain, Yamaguchi Village, 
					Shemoge County, Oita Prefecture.  All but 3 of the crew KIA.  3 crew
					bailed out and became POW, and were all executed June 20, 1945
				63550 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44. Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lassie III’
					Renamed ‘Mary Ann'.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63551 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Banana Boat’.  Accident 13Mar45 taxying at North Field, Tinian
					(6th BG, 39th BS) in taxiing accident at North Field, Tinian May 26, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7Apr49		
42-63552/63580		Bell-Atlanta B-29-30-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63552 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Lucky Strike’ (a brand of cigarettes).  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group 
					Crashed in sea 21Jul46
				63553 Delivered to USAAF 5Jan45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Old Faithful’
					6th BG, 40th BS) Crashed on take-off from Tinian for a mission to Osaka. The aircraft was destroyed by fire.
					All crew survived.
				63554 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Miss Lace’
					Returned to CONUS – 49 missions.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63555 Delivered to USAAF 5Jan45
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Departed CONUS for CBI 29Jan45; arrived Chakulia, India 13Feb45.  Named ‘Dark Eyes’
					Returned to CONUS 14Oct45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63556 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 26Jan45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Early Bird’
					Returned to CONUS 30Nov45 – 44 combat missions
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK 4Mar48.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63557 Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group [CBI, transferred to Tinian May45
					(444th BG, 678th BS) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian May 3, 1945.  All crew survived. USAAF
					accident report says aircraft was destroyed, but 444th web site says the plane survived the war and was
					reclaimed at Harmon Sep 15, 1954. Named ‘The Cajun Queen’.  Named ‘110th N.C.B.’.  Named ‘Missouri Belle’
					Named ‘Sure Thing’.  Returned to CONUS – 28 missions.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Sep54
				63558 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Tokyo Trolley’
					(6th BG) MIA in raid on Tokyo, Japan May 25, 1945.
				63560 Delivered to USAAF 6Jan45.  Departed CONUS for CBI 17Jan45
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63561 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 27Jan45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ready Teddy’
					Returned to CONUS 28Apr46 – 43 combat missions.  Reclaimed at Fairchild AAF, WA 26May46
				63562 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63563 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Maximum Load’
					Crashed 13Jun45 on takeoff
				63564 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45.  Named ‘Cherry-Horizontal Cat’
 					(29th BG, 52nd BS) crashed at Fubo Mountain Shichigashuku Village Miyagi, Japan while on mission to 
					Tokyo Mar 10, 1945.  All 11 crew killed.
				63565 Delivered to USAAF 13Jan45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of San Antonio’
					Named ‘Where’s Kilroy’.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				63566 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Albany’.  Named ‘Fire Bug’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				63567 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45
					(19th BG, 30th BS, "City of Providence") shot down by fighters Jun 10, 1945 while outbound from attack
					on Nakajima plants at Ogikubu and Omiya north of Tokyo.  MACR 14614.
					Six or seven open parachutes and one streaming parachute observed before wing
					separated from the fuselage.  2 crew rescued by Air Sea Rescue, nine MIA.
				63568 Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed 
				63569 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘City of Denver’
					Named ‘Zero Avenger’.  Shot down by AAA over Saitama, Japan Mar 10, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  10 crew
					KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				63570 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Williamsport’.  Named ‘Thunderbird’.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Miami Beach’.  Reclaimed 
				63571 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45
					(29th BG, 52nd BS) crashed on takeoff May 11, 1945 at North Field, Guam on mission to Kawanishi aircraft
					plant at Kobe, Japan.  All 11 crew killed.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				63572 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Jun50
				63573 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Chanute AFB, IL 18Jul49
				63574 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 4Feb45
					Assigned to 99nd Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Old 574’
					Returned to CONUS 28Apr46 – 38 combat missions
					Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT 28Apr46
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 4Jan51
				63575 Delivered to USAAF 22Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63576 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63577 Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					(444th BG, 677th BS, "Round Robin Rosie") modified at Bell-Atlanta for use in suitability tests
					of Tallboy hoisting, carrying and releasing.  Delivered to USAAF for testing Mar 23, 1945.
					To the US Army Proving Ground, Eglin AAF, FL Mar45 to Jun45
					Assigned to Flight Test Section, 610th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Restored to standard B-29 configuration.  Modified to EB-29
					Assigned to 620th Army Air Force Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA
					Accident 15Nov46 landing at Rome AAF, NY.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Feb57 
				63578 Delivered to USAAF 17Jan45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 5Apr45 landing at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 14Nov45 due to mechanical failure landing at Pyote AAF, TX
					Surveyed at Pyote AFB, TX 16Jan46
				63579 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 872nd Bomb Squadron, 382nd Bomb Group
					Accident 20Aug45 due to mechanical failure landing at Harvard AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Jun50
				63580 Delivered to USAAF 27Jan45. Departed CONUS for CBI 10Feb45; arrived Chakulia, India 21Feb45
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
42-63581/63621		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-30-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.			
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63581 Delivered to USAAF 21Jan45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, Harvard AAF, NB
					Accident 20Mar45 taxying at Harvard AAF, NB
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Jun50
				63582 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45.  Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63583 Delivered to USAAF 21Jan45.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63584 Assigned to 315th Bomb Wing, Fairmont AAF, NE. Used for training
				63585 Delivered to USAAF 23Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63586 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Crashed 14Jul45 60 miles ENE of El Paso, TX due to mechanical failure
				63588 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63589 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 23Aug50
				63590 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63592 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Accident 20Jul45 due to engine failure taking off at Biggs AAF, TX
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63593 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Ragged But Right’.  Departed Guam 30Nov45 as war weary. Arrived Mathew AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63594 Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
				63595 Delivered to USAAF 27Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63596 Delivered to USAAF 27Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63597 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63598 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					W/o Mar 5, 1945 in ground accident at Wright Field, Ohio.  Aircraft damaged beyond repair by fire. 
					Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Wright AAF, OH 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
				63599 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘The Strained Crane’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63600 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Road Apple’.  (501st BG, 21st BS, "Road Apple") shot down by AAA over 3 chome Fuse City, Osaka, 
					Japan May 8, 1945 on a mission to bomb the Kawanishi Aircraft Company, Naruo, Osaka, Japan..  10 crew killed,
					one bailed out and became POW.  He was executed July 20, 1945.  MACR 14395.
				63601 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘The Moldy Fig’.  Named ‘Belle of Martinez’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 23Aug50.
				63602 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63603 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Lost  in Pacific Ocean Jul 12, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan.  The aircraft was suffering from 
					three runaway propellers on #1, 3 & 4 engines. After takeoff and in the cruise, the #1 engine would not 
					reduce RPM and was feathered but ran wild. The bomb load was jettisoned and the aircraft 
					headed towards Guam. The #3 then ran away and the aircraft commander prepared the aircraft for 
					ditching. Shortly after, the #4 engine ran away and the crew instructed to bail out. 
					The aircraft commander, tail gunner and right scanner did not exit the aircraft and were killed; the 
					remainder bailed out with three crew members surviving to be rescued.
				63604 Assigned to 621st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pinecastle AAF, FL
					Crashed 31Jul45 4 miles east of Pinecastle AAF, FL. Possibly caused by bird strike.
				63605 Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, Fairmont AAF, NE.  Named ‘Ellie Barbara & Her Orphans’
					Departed Fairmont AAF 11Apr45 to Kearney, NE. Departed Kearney 15Apr45 to Mather Field, CA. 
					Departed Mather Field 19Apr45 with stops at Oahu and Kwajalein, arriving Guam 26Apr45. Temporarily 
					attached to 314th Bombardment Wing, North Field, Guam.
				63606 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				63607 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Tu Yung Tu’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63608 Delivered to USAAF 7Feb45.  Assigned to 15th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Aug50
				63609 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed 3Oct50
				63610 Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Bugger’
				63611 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				63612 Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Night Prowler’
				63613 Assigned to 17th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, Fairmont AAF, NE
					Accident 22Apr45 landing at Fairmont AAF, NE. In bad weather, the aircraft drifted off the localizer 
					and hit a large tree during the approach causing a significant amount of damage. The aircraft 
					force landed off the airfield without further damage.
					Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63614 Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 505th Bomb Group, 313th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Island Girl’
				63615 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45
					Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Accident 10Apr45 at Patterson AAF, OH
					Named ‘Beegasbird’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63616 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				63617 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Accident 7Jun45 6 miles N of San Rafael, CA.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 14Sep51
				63618 Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63619 Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 484th Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group, 313th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Big Mike’
					Named ‘30th Seabees’
				63620 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				63621 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Magic City’
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
42-63622/63691		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-35-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63622 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45. Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63623 Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63624 Delivered to USAAF 1Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 8Nov50
				63625 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, McCook AAF, NB
					Forced landing 3Jun45 due to mechanical failure at McCook AAF, NB
					Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB.  To GIA at McCook AAF, NB 21Jun45
				63626 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Jun50
				63627 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Sweet Chariot’
				63628 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63629 Delivered to USAAF 25Feb45.  Assigned to 4th Ferry Group, Memphis AAF, TN
					Accident 28Feb45 landing at Tinker AAF, OK.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army 
					Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63630 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63631 Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63633 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63634 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63635 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63636 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63637 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63638 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63639 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63640 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45. Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘The Boomerang’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 1Jun51
				63641 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45. Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘For The Luvva Mike’
					(501st BG, 21st BS) in taxiing accident at Agana NAS, Guam Jun 30, 1945.  All crew survived but aircraft was
					badly damaged.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 31Mar51
				63642 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Modified to TB-29B
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Crashed 5Aug45 9 miles east of Biggs AAF, TX due to engine failure.
				63643 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
				63644 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 4Jan51
				63645 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63646 Delivered to USAAF 2Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63647 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
				63648 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63649 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				63650 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Fleet Admiral Nimitz’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 31Mar51
				63651 Delivered to USAAF 6Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Aug50
				63652 Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63653 Delivered to USAAF 18Mar45.  (16th BS, 16th BG, 315th BW) lost from unknown cause Jul 13, 1945, 
					South Pacific, while on mission to the petroleum complex at Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14913.  All 10 crew killed.
				63654 Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63655 Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63656 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Accident 16Oct45 mechanical failure due to weather.  Reclaimed 25Apr49
				63657 Delivered to USAAF.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Pink Lady’
				63658 Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Battered Bat’
					Reclaimed 20Apr49
				63659 Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63660 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AAF, OK 30Sep46
				63661 Assigned to 15th Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63662 Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				63663 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45
					Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Tinker AAF, OK 5May54
				63664 Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63665 Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, Northwest AAF, Guam
					Accident 3Apr46 when taxying at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
				63666 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 26Mar54
				63667 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AAF, OK 5May54
				63668 Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63669 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63670 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63671 Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Tipsy Gypsy’
				63672 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45
					To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL during the spring of 1945.
					Modified to prototype SB-29B Superdumbo. Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63673 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 15th Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63674 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Ol' Matusalem’.  Accident 9Sep45 on the ground at Northwest Field, Guam
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63675 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Dark Angel’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				63676 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45. Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Nocturnal Intruder’.  (331st BG, 356th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 6, 1945.  
					All crew survived but aircraft was damaged.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53.
				63677 Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				63678 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45
					(315th BW, 502nd BG, 402nd BS "Maniuwa") shot down by AAA and crashed into Nippon Casting Company
					factory near Kawasaki, Japan Jul 25, 1945.  MACR 14793.  10 KIA.
					63679 Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					63680 Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63681 Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63682 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63683 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar45
					Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, Harvard AAF, NB
					Accident 21Apr45 due to weather 175 miles SW of Harvard AAF, NB.  Accident 21Jun45 landing at Solano, CA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Dec53
				63684 Delivered to USAAF 21Mar45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Orpen's Orphans’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 20Mar54
					63685 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar45. Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63686 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63687 Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63688 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 15th Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Loaded Dice’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63689 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				63690 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45. Assigned to 355th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 20Mar54
				63691 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
42-63692/63736		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63692 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 27May48
				63693 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Apr53
				63694 Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Accident 3Sep45 taxying at Northwest Field, Guam
				63695 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45
					Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, Northwest AAF, Guam
					Named ‘Noah Borshuns’. "No Abortions" - means no aborted missions.....
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				63696 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63697 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63698 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63699 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					In landing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jun 29, 1945.  All crew survived but aircraft
					was destroyed
				63700 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				63701 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63702 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘The Rude Nude’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				63703 Assigned to 16th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Accident 15Jul45 on the ground at Northwest Field, Guam
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				63704 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63705 Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Super Sue’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63706 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63707 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr45.  Assigned to 17th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					(16th BG, 17th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 1, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft damaged.
					Believed to have collided with B-29B 42-63734 while taxiing.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63708 Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
				63709 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				63710 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Late Date’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63711 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
				63712 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63713 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 402nd Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, 
					Grand Island AAF, NB.  Named ‘Rooster Wagon’.  Accident 2Jun45 taxying at Grand Island AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				63714 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Liberty Bell’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				63715 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63716 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr45.  Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 20Mar54
				63717 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 41st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63718 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Fussy Hussy III’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63719 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Dotties Baby’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 20Mar54
				63720 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63721 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Rebel Raider’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63722 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				63723 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Punch'n Jody’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10May49
				63724 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63725 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘My Naked -’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63726 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				63727 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				63728 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				63729 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				63730 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63731 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 648th Army Air Force Base Unit.  Named ‘The Challenger’
					The aircraft was involved in the “Marathon Project”. In May, 1946, this B-29B carried a 22,000lb bomb 
					load to a true altitude of 41,561 feet and a 33,000lb bomb load to a true altitude of 39,520 feet.
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24May49
				63732 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr45.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Biggs AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63733 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				63734 Delivered to USAAF 23Apr45.  Assigned to 17th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					In taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 1, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft damaged.
					Believed to have collided with B-29B 42-63707 while taxiing. Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 20Mar54
				63735 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				63736 Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
42-63737		Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63737 Delivered to USAAF 28May45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
42-63738/63743		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA.
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 			
				63738 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63739 Delivered to USAAF 23Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63740 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				63741 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63742 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘The Uninvited’.  Last B-29 to drop bombs on Japan at the Akita oil refinery 14/15Aug45
					Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63743 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Chanute AFB, IL 10May49 				
42-63744		Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63744 Delivered to USAAF 9May45,  Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
42-63745/63749		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63745 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				63746 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				63747 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					(502nd BG, 402nd BS) crashed and exploded after takeoff 1 mi E of Northwest Field, Guam Jul 9, 1945.  All 10
					crew killed
				63748 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54
				63749 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 485th Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Belle Of Martinez’. Aircraft named for the California community whose war bonds financed the plane
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
42-63750		Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostion from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63750 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 9th Air Refueling Squadron
					Accident 21Sep51 due to mechanical failure taking off from RAF Sculthorpe, UK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 31Aug54
42-63751		Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress
				Built under licence by Bell Aircraft Company, Marietta, Atlanta, GA
				Dispostion from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				63751 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Oh Brother!’.  Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
42-63752/63796		Consolidated B-24D-1-CF Liberator
				MSN 1/45
				63753 remained in USA.
				63758 (98th BG, 415th BS, "Li'l Jughaid") ditched 25 mi off Sicily Sep 15, 1943.  MACR 650.  3 KIA, 2 
					injured, 6 OK.
				63761 (44th BG, 67th BS, "Lil' Abner") shot down by ground fire and crashlanded at Visina, 6 mi S
					of Gaesti, Rumania Aug 1, 1943, Ploesti raid.  1 KIA, 8 POW.  MACR 2413
				63763 (44th BG, 67th BS, "Lady Fifinilla") hit by AAA, then shot down by a Bf 109G-6 near Avellino, Italy 
					Jul 17, 1943. 3 KIA, 5 POW, 2 evaded. MACR 149.  Reported as having been finished off by four Re2001 fighters
					of 150 squadriglia, 22 Gruppo Ct of Regia Aeronautica.
				63765 (CB-24D, 30th BG, 392nd BS, *Evelyn*) crashed Jul 30, 1945, Oahu, Hawaii.  All crew killed.
				63775 (801/492 st BG, 36/856th BS) returned to USA Jul 9, 1945.
				63782 (28th BG) lost Dec 16, 1944, North Pacific.  MACR 12427
				63784 converted to B-24DSA electronic warfare aircraft.  (801st BG (Provisional), 36th BS, 8th AF) 
					shot down by BF 110G-4 flown by Lt Otto teschner of NJG 11/1 Jun 5, 1944 and crqshed at La Hulpe,
					18 km SE of Brussels, Belgium.  MACR 5393.  5 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				63787 w/o in landing accident in England Jan 20, 1945
				63789 (328th BG, 36th BS) lost Mar 3, 1944, France.  MACR 3435
				63791 (479th Anti Submarine Group, 19th Anti Submarine Squadron) shot down by Ju 88C-6 flown by Hptm Hans Morr of 
					KG 40/V over Bay of Biscay Aug 18, 1943.  4 KIA, 6 members of the crew were rescued after spending 
					5 days on a raft.  MACR 363.
				63792 (36th BS) lost Mar 2, 1944, France.  MACR 3436
				63793 salvaged Panama Air Depot Feb 28, 1946
				63794,63795,63796,63799 to USN as 63920, 63935, 63940, 63914, but
					not necessarily in that order. I do have a reference which has 63796 as being BuNo 63940.
42-63797/63836		Consolidated B-24D-5-CF Liberator
				MSN 46/85
				63797 severely damaged when landing gear collapsed on takeoff Jul 7, 1944.
				63798 converted to B-24DSA electronic warfare aircraft.  (801st BG (Provisional), 406th BS, 8th AF) hit 
					by flak and crashed near 10 km NW of Roanne, France May 5, 1944.  MACR 4601.  All 8 crew bailed out 
					(2 became POW, 6 evaded capture)
				63803 (478th BG) interned in Portugal Sept 28, 1943 in ferry across Atlantic.  MACR 665.  Put onto civil 
					registry as CS-ELD
				63805 (868 BS) lost Apr 1, 1944, Rendova.  MACR 4102.
				63807 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ783.  SOC Aug 19, 1946.
				63808 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ784.  Nosewheel collapsed on landing at RAF Lichfield, UK
					Mar 12, 1945.  Damaged beyond repair and SOC Apr 10, 1945.
				63809 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ785.  Stalled and crashed Beaulieu, UK Aug 30, 1943 with No. 311 Sqdn.
				63810 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ786.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				63811 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ788.  SOC Jan 5, 1947.
				63812 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ789.  SOC Feb 5, 1946.
				63813 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ790.  SOC Feb 5, 1946
				63814 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ791.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947
				63815 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ792.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947
				63816 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ793.  SOC Dec 17, 1946
				63817 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ794.  SOC May 25, 1945.
				63818 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ795.  MIA with No. 53 Sqdn Feb 4, 1944 in attack on U-boat
				63819 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ796.  To breakers Nov 14, 1945, SOC Jun 21, 1947.
				63820 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ797.  SOC Nov 22, 1946
				63821 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ798.  SOC Jun 3, 1947
				63822 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ799.  SOC Mar 12, 1947
				63823 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ800.  MIA on patrol over Bay of Biscay Apr 17, 1944
				63824 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ801.  SOC Jun 3, 1947
				63825 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ802.  Struck hill in Caha Mountains, Eire Aug 27, 1943 while
					returning from patrol.
				63826 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ803.  SOC Oct 1, 1946
				63827 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ804.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				63828 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ805.  SOC Jul 31, 1944.  Reason?
				63829 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ806.  SOC Jun 3, 1947
				63830 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ807.  SOC Feb 26, 1946
				63831 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ808.  SOC feb 26, 1946
				63832 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ809.  SOC Feb 26, 1946
				63833 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ810.  SOC Aug 1945
				63834 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ811.  Hit sea during Leigh Light exercise off Bahamas
					Jun 2, 1945 and w/o.
				63835 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ812.  SOC Feb 26, 1946
				63836 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ813.  Hit sea during Leigh Light exercise off Andros,
					Bahamas Jul 3, 1945 and w/o.
42-63837/63896		Consolidated B-24D-10-CF Liberator
				MSN 86/145
				63837 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ814.  SOC Mar 6, 1945
				63838 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ815.  SOC Jun 3, 1947
				63839 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ816.  MIA on convoy escort duty Nov 20, 1943
				63840 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ817.  Crashed after takeoff 2 mi E of Beaulieu, UK Nov 15, 1943.
				63841 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ818.  MIA off Ouissant, France Jun 14, 1944 during attack on U-boat
				63842 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ819.  Ditched in Atlantic Nov 20, 1943 after 3 engines failed.
				63843 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ820.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				63844 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ821.  Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947
				63845 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ822.  Damaged during heavy landing at Aldergrove, Northern
					Ireland Jun 25, 1945.  Not repaired.
				63846 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ823.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				63847 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ824.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				63848 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ825.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
				63849 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ826.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				63850 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ827.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				63851 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ828.  Ditched after fuel exhaustion 50 mi off Trincomalee,
					Ceylong Mar 20, 1945.
				63852 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ829.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				63853 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ830.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				63854 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ831.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				63855 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ832.  Shot down by AAA while attacking and sinking U-boat U-468 Aug 11, 1943.
				63856 to RAF as Liberator III BZ833.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				63857 to RAF as Liberator III BZ834.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				63858 to RAF as Liberator III BZ835.  Crashed at Binpur May 7, 1944 after running out of fuel.
				63859 to RAF as Liberator III BZ836.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				63860 to RAF as Liberator III BZ837.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Salbani,
					India Mar 9, 1944 and w/o.
				63861 to RAF as Liberator III BZ838.  Hit tree on approach to Salbani, India Sep 24, 1943 and w/o.
				63862 to RAF as Liberator III BZ839.  SOC Feb 14, 1946.
				63863 to RAF as Liberator III BZ840.  SOC Feb 14, 1946.
				63864 to RAF as Liberator III BZ841.  MIA Oct 10, 1943.
				63865 to RAF as Liberator III BZ842. 
				63867 to RAF as Liberator III BZ844.  Undershot landing at Dohazari, India and w/o.
				63868 to RAF as Liberator III BZ845.  SOC Apr 25, 1946.
				63869 to RAF as Liberator III BZ846.  SOC Jun 21, 1945.
				63870 to RAF as Liberator III BZ847.  SOC Feb 28, 1946.
				63871 to RAF as Liberator III BZ848.  SOC Feb 28, 1946.
				63872 to RAF as Liberator III BZ849.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				63873 to RAF as Liberator III BZ850.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				63874 to RAF as Liberator III BZ851.  Struck trees on approach to Kolar, India Jun 13, 1944
					and destroyed by fire.
				63875 to RAF as Liberator III BZ852.  Caught fire while refuelling at Salbani, India 
					Jun 13, and destroyed.
				63876 to RAF as Liberator III BZ853.  Ditched in Bay of Bengal Jun 22, 1944.
				63877 to RAF as Liberator III BZ854.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				63878 to RAF as Liberator III BZ855.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				63879 to RAF as Liberator III BZ856.  SOC May 31,1 945.
				63880 to RAF as Liberator III BZ857.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				63881 to RAF as Liberator III BZ858.  In early 1943 Polish Government in exile in Great Britain and its leader 
					General W. Sikorski start to persuade Churchill that in order to keep non stop delivery of supplies to 
					Polish underground army they needed new long range American B 24 bombers. First three arrived in fall 1943 
					at Tempsford Base of 138 Sqn RAF where Flight "C" was manned by Poles (after heavy loses over 
					Germany 301 Sqn was disbanded and become Flight "C" of 138 Sqn RAF).  On Oct 10, 1943 after dropping supplies 
					in Poland plane was damaged by German flak-ship on the Baltic sea. crashed in Baltic of coast of 
					Sweden entire crew bailed out and was interned. Returned to UK later
				63882 to RAF as Liberator III BZ859.  In early 1943 Polish Government in exile in Great Britain and its leader 
					General W. Sikorski start to persuade Churchill that in order to keep non stop delivery of supplies to the 
					Polish underground army they needed new long range American B 24 bombers. First three arrived in fall 1943 at 
					Tempsford Base of 138 Sqn RAF where Flight "C" was manned by Poles ( fter heavy loses over Germany 301 Sqn 
					was disbanded and become Flight "C" of 138 Sqn RAF ).   On Jan 5/6 1944, plane was heavily 
					damaged by flak - one engine out crashed on landing into the sea at port of Brindisi while trying 
					emergency approach to Campo Cassale.  Whole crew was killed except for one who was injured.
				63883 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ860.  In early 1943 Polish Government in exile in Great Britain and its leader 
					General W. Sikorski started to persuade Churchill that in order to keep non stop delivery of supplies to the 
					Polish underground army they needed new long range American B 24 bombers. First three arrived in fall 1943 	
					at Tempsford Base of 138 Sqn RAF where Flight "C" was manned by Poles (after heavy loses over 
					Germany 301 Sqn was disbanded and become Flight "C" of 138 Sqn RAF).   After damage to plane in June 1944 
					transferred to RAF maintenance unit Maison Blanche in Algeria.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				63884 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ861.  SOC Aug 31, 1944.
				63885 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ862.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				63886 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ863.  Crashed of takeoff at Cuttack, India Oct 1, 1943.
				63887 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ864.  Crashed on takeoff at Sigiriya, Ceylon Apr 19, 1944.  
				63888 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ865.  SOC Dec 31, 1946.
				63889 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ866.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				63890 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ867.  SOC Sep 20, 1945.
				63891 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ868.  Ran out of fuel and ditched 100 mi SE of
					Trincomalee, Ceylon May 1, 1945.
				63892 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ869.  SOC Nov 13, 1946.
42-63897/63971		Consolidated B-24D-15-CF Liberator
				MSN 146/220
				63898 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ910.  Crashed off coast of Ireland Jul 13, 1944.
				63901 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ911.  SOC Oct 8, 1945.
				63902 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ912.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				63911 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ870.  SOC Oct 29, 1946
				63912 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ871.  Scrapped Mar 1, 1947.
				63913 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ872.  MIA with No. 311 Sqdn Nov 17, 1943.
				63914 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ873.  MIA off Gironde, France May 21, 1944.
				63915 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ874.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				63916 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ875.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				63917 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ876.  SOC Oct 8, 1945.
				63918 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ877.  SOC Jun 3, 1947.
				63919 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ878.  MIA on patrol west of Ireland Feb 5, 1944.
				63920 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ879.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				63921 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ880.  SOC after undercarriage collapse on landing at
					Aldergrove, Northern Ireland with No. 1674 HCU Apr 22, 1945.
				63922 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ881.  SOC May 22, 1945.
				63923 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ882.  Ditched off Fishguard, Wales Apr 26, 1944.
				63924 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ883.  SOC Jun 25, 1947.
				63925 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ884.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				63926 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ885.  Dove into ground after takeoff from Sigiriya,
					Ceylon Dec 7, 1943.
				63927 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ886.
				63928 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ887.  Dove into ground after takeoff from Cuttack,
					India Oct 7, 1943.
				63929 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ888.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				63930 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ889.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				63931 to RAF as Liberator III BZ890.  SOC Nov 30, 1943
				63932 to RAF as Liberator III BZ891.  MIA during minelaying sortie off Crete Nov 19, 1943
				63933 to RAF as Liberator III BZ892.  SOC May 30, 1946
				63934 to RAF as Liberator III BZ893.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				63935 to RAF as Liberator III BZ894.  Undershot landing at Celone, Italy Jun 1, 1944.
				63936 to RAF as Liberator III BZ895.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				63937 to RAF as Liberator III BZ896.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				63938 to RAF as Liberator III BZ897.  SOC Jul 13, 1945.
				63939 to RAF as Liberator III BZ898.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				63940 to RAF as Liberator III BZ899.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				63941 to RAF as Liberator III BZ900.  SOC Feb 14, 1946.
				63942 to RAF as Liberator III BZ901.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				63943 to RAF as Liberator III BZ902.  SOC Sep 27, 1945.
				63944 to RAF as Liberator III BZ903.  Engine cut on takeoff at Digri, India Mar 29, 1944
					and bombs jettisoned through bomb doors and damaged beyond repair.
				63945 to RAF as Liberator III BZ904.  Crashed on landing at Salbani, India Nov 23, 1943.
				63946 to RAF as Liberator III BZ905.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				63947 to RAF as Liberator III BZ906.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				63948 to RAF as Liberator III BZ907.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				63949 to RAF as Liberator III BZ908.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				63950 to RAF as Liberator III BZ909.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				63951 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ913.  MIA Apr 13, 1944.
				63952 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ914.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				63954 converted to Aphrodite flying bomb and launched by US Navy
					against U-boat pens on Heligoland Sep 3, 1944.  Controller
					flew aircraft into Duene Island by mistake.
				63958 (389th BG, 565th BS, "Lucky Tiger") shot down by Hptm
					Gunther Specht in Bf 109G-6 of JG 11/II Stab at Spieka,
					Germany during raid on Vegesack, Germany Oct 8, 1943.  
					MACR 2444.  9 KIA, 1 POW.
				63961 (389th BG, 565th BS) lost Apr 9, 1944, Germany.  MACR 3778
				63962 (44th BG, 506th BS) interned in Sweden May 29, 1944.  MACR 5219.  Flown back to
					UK in June 1945.
				63963 MSN 212 (389th BG, 567th BS) shot down over Belgium Apr 22, 1944 after attack on Hamm, Germany.  MACR 4290
				63964 (93rd BG, 329th BS, 8th AF, "Unexpected II") collided in midair with
					P-47D 42-8677 and crashed into North Sea N of Den Helder,
					Netherlands Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 2201.  All 9 crew bailed out and became POW.
				63966 lost between Goose Bay and UK Sept 27/28, 1943.  MACR 719.  9 KIA
				63969 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 8th AF) damaged by Bf-110G-2 flown by Lt Gerhard Bitter of ZG 26/2 and crashed 
					into Ijsselmeer 15 km NE of Amsterdam, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943.  MACR 2193.  All 9 crew killed.
				63970 (93rd BG, 330th BS) developed engine trouble right after takeoff Jan 31, 1944 
					and tried to return.  Fearful of jettisoning bombs, crew headed the plane out to 
					sea and bailed out.  Plane smoothed out and continued to circle around for some time.  
					RAF had to shoot the plane down.
				63971 (44th BG, 68th BS, "Helen Hywater") damaged by Uffz Georg
					Borkenhagen in Fw 190A-4 of JG 11/10 and crashlanded near
					Trolhattan in Sweden Nov 18, 1943.  MACR 1377.  Crew set fire
					to the plane and were interned.  Crew returned Sep 1, 1944.
42-63972/64046		Consolidated B-24D-20-CF Liberator
				MSN 221/295
				63973 (389th BG, 564th BS) crashed due to mechanical failure 
					Dec 30, 1943, Laon, France.  MACR 1973.  5 POW, 4 evaded.
				63974 (409th BS) salvaged Oct 20, 1943 and used for training.
				63976 salvaged Dec 23/24, 1943.
				63977 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Jan 7, 1944, France.  MACR 1854
				63978 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 8th AF, *Lonesome Polecat*) shot down by AAA on mission to V-1 rocket bunker at
					Siracourt, France Feb 11, 1944 and crased at Rouxmesnil les Bas, 1.5 km S of Dieppe, France.  
					All 10 crew KIA.  MACR 2858
				63979 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at krun near Mittenwald, Germany Jul 21, 1944.  
					MACR 7275.  One crew killed, 10 bailed out and became POW.
				63980 (MSN 229) 389th BG, 567th BS, "Missouri Mauler"  Completed 25 missions Feb 13, 1944.  Transferred to
					801st BG, named "Playmate".  Used on carpet bagger missiions (flying agents and supplies to
					resistance).  From Nov 1944 flew missions for the OSS in India.  Returned to england Jan 1945.
					Completed several missions for 856th BS, 492nd BG.  Returned to USA and decommissioned.
				63981 arrived in England with 448th BG, transferred to 93rd BG afer 7 missions and then returned.
					after combat career ended, became formation assembly ship "The Striped Ape"
					with 448th BG, replacing 41-23809 Jun 1944.  Condemned for salvage Feb 1945
					and replaced by 41-29489
				63982 (93rd BG, 328th BS, "El Toro") shot down by Oblt Friedrich Brock in Bf 109G-6
					of JG 54/8 Dec 22, 1943 near Menslage, Germany.  MACR 2190.  3 KIA 6 POW.
				63986 (90th BG, 319th BS) shot down Wakde Jun 11, 1944
				63987 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6/RC belived flown by Hptm Anton Hackl 
					of JG 11/III Stab, exploded in midair and crashed 1 km S of Herresbach,
					Belgium Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 2178.  6 crew killed, four bailed out and became POW.
				63988 (93rd BG, 328th BS, 8th AF "Birmingham Kritzkrieg") shot down E of Husum, Germany by Fw 190A-6 
					believed flown by Uffz Franz Steiner of JG 11/2 and crashed into the North Sea Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 2180.
					All 10 crew killed.
				63990 (90th BG, 321st BS).
				63992 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ915.  MIA over western Channel Jun 7, 1944.
				63993 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ916.  SOC Oct 8, 1945.
				63994 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ917.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				63995 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ918.  SOC Jun 2,1947
				63996 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ919.  SOC Jun 3, 1947.
				63997 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ920.  SOC May 29, 1946.
				63998 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ921.  SOC Jun 3, 1947.
				63999 to RAF as Liberator III BZ922.  SOC Sep 27, 1946.
				64000 to RAF as Liberator III BZ923.  Forced landing at Burdwan, India May 17, 1944 due to	
					fuel exhaustion
				64001 to RAF as Liberator III BZ924.  SOC Feb 14, 1946
				64002 to RAF as Liberator III BZ925.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
				64003 to RAF as Liberator III BZ926.  MIA on mission to Mahlwagon Mar 1, 1944.
				64004 to RAF as Liberator III BZ927.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				64005 to RAF as Liberator III BZ928.  Crashed near Maison Blanche, Algeria Oct 19, 1945
					following engine failure.
				64006 to RAF as Liberator III BZ929.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				64007 to RAF as Liberator III BZ930.  MIA on mission to Feuersbrunn Jul 7, 1944.
				64008 to RAF as Liberator III BZ931. Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				64009 to RAF as Liberator III BZ932.  MIA on mission to Bucharest, Romania May 8, 1944.
				64010 to RAF as Liberator III BZ933.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				64011 to RAF as Liberator III BZ934.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				64012 to RAF as Liberator III BZ935.  Missing on delivery flight Mar 4, 1944
				64013 to RAF as Liberator III BZ936.  Crashed in USA prior to delivery to RAF	
				64014 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ937.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				64015 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ938.  MIA on mission for Special Operations
					Executive Jan 31, 1945.
				64016 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ939.  MIA on mission for Special Operations
					Executive Nov 12, 1944.
				64017 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ940.  MIA over western English Channel Jun 12, 1944.
				64018 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ941.  Diamaged in accident Jan 10, 1946
				64019 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ942.  MIA over western English Channel Jun 7, 1944.
				64020 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ943.  Crashed into sea during training exercise Nov 18, 1944.
				64021 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ944.  SOC Jun 3,1 947
				64022 to RAF as Liberator GR.V BZ945.  MIA over Bay of Biscay Apr 17, 1944.
				64023 to RAF as Liberator III BZ946.  SOC Mar 4, 1946
				64024 to RAF as Liberator III BZ947.  SOC May 30, 1946
				64025 to RAF as Liberator III BZ948.  MIA on mission to Plovdiv, Bulgaria Mar 19, 1944.
				64026 to RAF as Liberator III BZ949.  Lost Jan 18, 1944.
				64027 to RAF as Liberator III BZ950.  Crashed into ground when engine cut on approach to
					Minneriya, Ceylon Jun 9, 1945.
				64028 to RAF as Liberator III BZ951.  MIA Jul 25, 1944
				64029 to RAF as Liberator III BZ952.  Crashed into mountain in cloud 30 mi W of Weining,
					China Apr 6, 1944.
				64030 to RAF as Liberator III BZ953.  SOC Jan 31, 1946.
				64031 to RAF as Liberator III BZ954.  SOC Jul 19, 1945.
				64032 to RAF as Liberator III BZ955.  Forced landed 2 mi S of Jal Chak May 1, 1946 after 
					all engines cut out.
				64033 to RAF as Liberator III BZ956.  Hit tree during supply drop at Nam Lwi Nov 1, 1944.
				64034 to RAF as Liberator III BZ957.  SOC Sep 27, 1945.
				64035 to RAF as Liberator III BZ958.  SOC Jul 6, 1944
				64036 to RAF as Liberator III BZ959.  Ran into ditch at Digri, India Jun 10, 1944 after
					brake failure.
				64039 (471st CCTS) crashed Dec 25, 1943, 1 killed.
				64046 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
42-64047/64141		Consolidated B-24J-1-CF Liberator
				MSN 296/390
				64047/64056 converted to F-7A
					64047 served with 20th CMS as "Patched Up Piece"
					64048 (20th PRS) destroyed on landing at Nadzab, New Guinea after Jun 17, 1944.
					64049 (8th RG, 34th RS) crashlanded at Tikamgarh, India
						Mar 28, 1944.
					64056 (20th PRS) crashed over Pacific 1 hr after departing Fairfield, CA 
						enroute to Hawaii. 8 killed, 2 parachuted to safety.
				64057 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ960.  SOC Apr 1, 1945.
				64058 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ961.  Crashed into high ground on approach to Leuchars,
					Scotland Sep 14, 1944.
				64059 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ962.  MIA on mission to Mahlwagon Mar 1, 1944.
				64060 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ963.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				64062 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ964.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				64063 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ966.  SOC Nov 28, 1947
				64064 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ967.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				64065 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ968.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				64066 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ969.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				64067 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ971.  SOC Nov 13, 1946
				64068 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ972.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				64069 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ973.   Destroyed on ground by fire at Digri, India Feb 1, 1944.
				64070 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ974.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64071 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ975. Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				64072 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ976.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64073 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ977.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64074 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ978.  MIA on attack on Bangkok-Chiengmai railrway, Thailand/Burma
					Oct 6, 1944.
				64075 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ979.  Scraped Mar 12, 1947.
				64076 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ980.  SOC May 9, 1946
				64077 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ981.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				64078 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ982.  Undershot landing at Dhubalia, India Mar 20, 1944 and w/o.
				64079 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ983.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64080 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ984.   SOC Oct 17, 1946
				64081 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ985.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				64082 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ986.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				64083 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ987.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				64084 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ988.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64085 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ989.  SOC May 31, 1946
				64086 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ990.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64087 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ991.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				64088 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ992.  MIA from attack on Bangkok-Chiengmai railway,
					Thailand/Burma Oct 6, 1944.
				64089 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ993.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64090 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ994.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64091 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ995.  MIA from patrol Mar 14, 1944.
				64092 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ996.  SOC Apr 11, 1946 
				64093 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ997.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64094 to RAF as Liberator B.VI BZ998.  Engine caught fire, crashed near Chakeri, India Jun 1, 1945.
				64095 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI BZ999.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				64096 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV812.  MIA on mission to Plovdiv, Bulgaria Mar 19, 1944.
				64097 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV813.  Crashed on takeoff at Kolar, India Apr 21, 1944.
				64098 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV814.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Kolar, India 
					Sep 15, 1944, w/o.
				64099 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV815.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64100 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV816.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64101 to RCAF as 3705.  Destroyed in hangar fire at Gander, Newfoundland Jun 4, 1944
				64102/64106 converted to F-7A
					64102 (24th CMS, 8th PRG, "Nosie Rosie")
				64104 (24th Combat Mapping Squadron) lost 3/27/1944 flying the "Hump" 
						between Sookerating, Assam and Gushkara, India.  All aboard killed.
				64105 (F-7A, 8th BRG, 24th CMS) w/o on takeoff accident at Hsing Hing,
					China Oc 29, 1944
				64111 crashed Feb 4, 1944
				64121 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV817.  Crashed on takeoff at Abu Sueir, Egypt Jul 19, 1945.
				64122 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV818.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.
				64123 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV819.  SOC Jan 16, 1945.
				64124 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV820.  Lost Apr 20, 1944.
				64125 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV821.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				64126 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV822.  MIA (178 Sqdn) on mission to Feuersbrunn Jul 7, 1944
				64128 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV823.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64129 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV824.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64130 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV825.  Crashed after takeoff east of San Marco, Italy Apr 14, 1944.
				64131 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV826.  SOC Mar 14, 1946. 
				64132 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV827.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64133 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV828.  SOC Nov 7, 1947.
				64134 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV829.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64135 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV830.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64136 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV831.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64137 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV832.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64138 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV833.  SOC May 9, 1946
				64139 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV834.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.
				64140 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV835.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64141 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV836.  SOC Jun 11, 1946. 
42-64142/64236		Consolidated B-24J-5-CF Liberator
				MSN 391/485
				64142 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV837.  Crashed 3.5 mi SW of Sigiriya, Ceylon Jun 15, 1944.
				64143 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV838.  SOC Mar 29, 1945.
				64144 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV839.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Aug 22, 1944.
				64145 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV840.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64146 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV841.  MIA on mission to Bucharest, Romania  May 7, 1944.
				64147 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV842.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64148 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI or B.VI EV843.  SOC Jun 30, 1944.
				64149 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV844.  Engine cut out on takeoff, crashlanded near Digri,
					India Sep 12, 1944.
				64150 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV845.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				64151 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV846.  Crashed on overshoot at Kolar, India Nov 23, 1944.
				64152 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV942.  MIA Dec 30, 1944.
				64158 converted to F-7A.  Left USA via Morrison AAF, FL Feb 15, 1944
					and assigned to 10th AF in India as an F-7A.  Remained overseas
					until declared obsolete May 9, 1947 and scrapped in the Pacific
					Apr 29, 1948.
				64160 crashed into ridge 6 mi SW of Ryderwood, WA Nov 1, 1945 on ferrying mission to 
					Oklahoma City in storm.  All crew killed.
				64161 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV948.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				64165 converted to F-7A
				64167/64174 converted to F-7A
					64167 (8th PRG, 24th CMS) w/o due to engine failure at Lung Chuan
						Chian, China Oct 30, 1944
					64173 (8th RG, 24th RS) destroyed by fire on ground at Liuchow,
						China Aug 16, 1944.
				64175 converted to F-7A - later converted to CB-24J.  Used by 19 TCS.
					W/o in landing accident at Funafuti, Ellis Island in Southwest
					Pacific may 22, 1945
				64176/64181 converted to F-7A
					64178 (311 Photo Wing) lost Mar 23, 1945, Mundersbach, New Guinea
					64180 (20th PRS) destroyed on ground by 44-41322 of 319th BS landing at
						McGuire Strip, Mindoro May 10, 1945.
				64182 to RCAF as 3707
				64183 to RCAF as 3706
				64184/64186 converted to F-7A
					64185 "Off We Go" at Palawan, Philippine Islands Jul 22, 1945
				64187 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV900.  SOC Apr 11,1946
				64188/64194 converted to F-7A
					64189 (8th RG, 24th RS) mission over China Aug 11, 1944.
						Condemned Aug 16, 1944
					64190 (24th CMS, 8th PRG w/o in takeoff accident at Chen Yi,
						China Oct 25, 1944condemned Nov 5, 1944
					64191 condemned May 20, 1945
					64192 salvaged Sep 22, 1944
					64193 salvaged Nov 12, 1945
					64194 to reclamation Apr 29, 1948
				64195 to reclamation Jun 20, 1946
				64196 to reclamation at Homes, TX Apr 4, 1945.
				64197 converted to F-7A.  With 24th CMS, 8th PRG, w/o in
					landing accident at Tulihal, India Mar 3, 1945.  Salvaged Apr 1, 1945
				64198 to reclamation a tHomes, TX Jul 21, 1945
				64199/64201 converted to F-7A
					64199 to reclamation Apr 29, 1948
					64200 salvaged Nov 11, 1944
					64201 to RFC at Bush Field May 18, 1945
				64202 to reclamation at Gowen Field, ID Jul 14, 1945
				64203 converted to F-7A
				64204 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV847.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64205 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV848.  Crashed into Bay of Bengal May 7, 1944
				64206 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV849.  SOC Oct 1, 1946
				64207 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV850.  SOC Oct 28, 1944.
				64208 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV851.  Struck trees of takeoff from Kolar, India Aug 13, 1944, w/o.
				64209 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV852.  Crashed on training flight near Beirut, Lebanon Mar 29, 1944.
				64210 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV853.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64211 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV854.  MIA Jan 19, 1945.
				64212 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV855.  Engines cut on approach, bellylanded s of Salbani, India
					Oct 29, 1944.
				64213 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV856.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64214 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV857.  Flew into sea during training exercise off Gaza, Palestine
					Apr 30, 1945.
				64215 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV858.  SOC Apr 11. 1946.
				64216 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV859.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64217 to RAF as Liberator V.VI EV860.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64218 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV861.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64219 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV862.  W/o after undercarriage collapsed on landing at
					Alipore, India May 7, 1945.
				64220 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV863.  Ditched at sea due to fuel exhaustion 175 mi SSE of
					Cuttack, India Apr 23, 1945.
				64221 to RAF as Liberator V.VI EV864.  W/o after landing overshoot at Santa Cruz, India Jun 13, 1945.
				64222 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV865.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64223 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV866.  SOC Feb 28,1946
				64224 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV867.  MIA Aug 30, 1944
				64225 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV868.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64226 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV869.  SOCX Mar 14, 1946
				64227 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV870.  SOC Apr 7, 1944.
				64228 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV871.  SOC Jan 25, 1947.
				64229 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV872.  SOC Jan 15, 1947
				64230 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV873.  Crashed on takeoff from RAF Leuchars, Scotland Jul 20, 1944.
				64231 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV874.  SOC Dec 4, 1946.
				64232 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV875.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64233 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV876.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64234 salvaged Jul 23, 1944
				64235/64236 converted to F-7A
					64235 surveyed Will Rogers AAF Apr 5, 1944
					64236 to reclamation Apr 29, 1948.
42-64237/64328		Consolidated B-24J-10-CF Liberator
				MSN 486/577
				64237/64238 converted to F-7A
					64237 salvaged Jan 25, 1946
					64238 flew into ground at Oklahoma City, OK May 25, 1944.  Surveyed the next day.
				64239 converted to F-7B.  Salvaged Sep 25, 1945
				64240/64242 converted to F-7A
					64240 salvaged Aut 26, 1945
					64241 salvaged Sep 30, 1945
					64242 salvaged Aug 20, 1945
				64243 converted to F-7B.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948 
				64244 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV901.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64245 converted to F-7A.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948.
				64246 converted to F-7B
				64247/64248 converted to F-7A
					64247 to reclamation at Chicago, IL Mar 20, 1946
					64248 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 29, 1945.
				64249/64250 converted to F-7B
					64249 destroyed on ground at Tacloban, Leyte Jan 29, 1945.  A C-46 crashed 
						into this plane on takeoff.
					64250 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jul 16, 1945
				64251 converted to F-7A.  To RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 31, 1945
				64252 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV902.  Collided with Liberator EW114 (42-99784) and crashed Sep 16, 1944.
				64253/64254 converted to F-7A
					64253 to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 29, 1945.
					64254 to reclamation Apr 29, 1948
				64255/64256 converted to F-7B
					64255 salvaged Oct 16, 1945
					64256 to RFC at Altus Nov 9, 1945
				64257 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				64258 salvaged Nov 28, 1945
				64259 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV903.  Lost control and crashed in Egypt Feb 21, 1945.
				64260 converted to F-7B.  Salvaged May 2, 1945
				64261 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV904.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64262 converted to F-7B.  To RFC at Kingman Nov 6, 1945.
				64263 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV905.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64264 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV906.  w/o after undercarriage collapsed on landing
					at Amendola, Italy Oct 27, 1944.
				64265 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV907.  SOC Apr 14, 1946.
				64266 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV908.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64267 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV909.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64268 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV910.  Damaged beyond repair in accident Jul 27, 1944.
				64269 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV911.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64270 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV912.  SOc Mar 14, 1946.
				64271 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV913.  W/o after undercarriage collapsed on landing at Kolar, Indi
					Aug 27, 1944.
				64272 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV914.  Crashed during attempted forced landing 2 mi
					W of El Firdan, Egypt Oct 27, 1944.
				64273 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV915.  W/o on takeoff Digri, India Sep 4, 1944.
				64274 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV916.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64275 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV917.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64276 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV918.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64277 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV919.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				64278 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV920.  Abandoned by crew over Sunderbans, India Aug 3, 1944 after
					running out of fuel.
				64279 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV921.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				64280 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV922.  Broke up in midair over Maharajpur, India Apr 17, 1944.
				64281 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV923.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64282 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV924.  SOC Apr 28, 1946.
				64283 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV925.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64284 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV877.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				64285 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV878.  Shot down over English Channel in error by HMS Onslow
					Aug 12, 1944.
				64286 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV879.  W/o when overshot following abandoned takeoff at
					RAF Dishforth, England Mary 21, 1946.
				64287 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV880.  SOC Dec 17, 1946.
				64288 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV881.  Flew into ground near Maenclochlog, Wales Sep 19, 1944.
				64289 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV882.  SOC Jan 25, 1947.
				64290 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV883.  SOC Jan 23, 1947.
				64291 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV884.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				64292 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV885.  MIA on patrol Sep 29, 1944.
				64293 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV886.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				64294 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV887.  Caught fire and crashed into St. Andrew's Bay,
					Scotland Dec 2, 1944.
				64295 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV888.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				64296 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV889.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				64297 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV890.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				64298 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV891.  SOC May 31, 1945
				64299 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV892.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				64300 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV893.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64301 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV894.  Damaged beyond repair when undercarriage collapsed
					during takeoff at Dorval, Canada Jun 18, 1945.
				64302 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV895.  Lost Jun 18, 1944.
				64303 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV896.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				64304 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV897.  MIA on patrol Jun 10, 1944.
				64305 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV898.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				64306 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV899.  Flew into sea at night off Sept Iles, France Aug 27, 1944.
				64307 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV926.  SOC Jun 11, 1946.
				64308 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV927.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64309 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV928.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				64310 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV929.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				64311 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV930.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64312 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV931.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64313 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV932.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64314 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV933.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				64315 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV934.  Caught fire in midair and crashlanded 1 mi SE
					of Abu Sueir, Egypt Jul 27, 1945.
				64316 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV935.  SOC Oct 1, 1946.
				64317 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV936.  Crashed in sandstorm near Cairo, Egypt
					Mar 27, 1944 while on ferry flight.
				64318 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV937.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64319 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV938.  Damaged beyond repair when overshot landing at
					Donakonda, India Apr 9, 1945.
				64320 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV939.  Destroyed by fire Nov 29, 1945.
				64321 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV940.  Lost Oct 8, 1944.
				64322 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV941.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Aug 16, 1944.
				64323 converted to F-7A.  Salvaged Aug 26, 1945.
				64324 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV943.  SOC Jul 17, 1947.
				64325 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV944.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				64326 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV945.  Missing May 15, 1945.
				64327 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV946.  Crashed into Bacdawil Bay, Egypt Jun 12, 1944.
				64328 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV947.  MIA Jul 16, 1944.
42-64329		Consolidated B-24J-12-CF Liberator
				MSN 578
				To RAF as Liberator B.VI EW170.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
42-64330/64346		Consolidated B-24J-10-CF Liberator
				MSN 579/595
				64330 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV949.  Relegated to ground instruction use Aug 23, 1945.
				64331 converted to F-7A.  In accident Jul 3, 1945
				64332 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV951.  SOC Mar 29, 1945.
				64333 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV952.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				64334 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV953.  Damaged Aug 20, 1945 due to damage on landing
					at Praga Ruzyne airfield in Czechoslovakia.  SOC Jun 21, 1947.
				64335 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV954.  Flew into high ground at Collinvale, Northern
					Ireland Feb 16, 1945.
				64336 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV955.  Flew into ground after night takeoff
					from Tain, Scotland Apr 10, 1945.
				64337 converted to F-7A.  Lost Jun 12, 1945.  MACR 14620.  Also have a report of this
					plane as being lost in combat Jan 9, 1944, but Aircraft Record Card has the same loss date
					as the MACR.
					Jun 12, 1945, MACR 14620
				64338 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV957.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				64339 (450th BG) MIA Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 6035
				64340 crashed on takeoff Jun 10, 1944
				64341 to RFC at Altus Oct 16, 1945
				64342 salvaged Apr 5, 1944
				64343 salvaged Aug 16, 1945
				64344 (98th BG) MIA Jul 22, 1944.  MACR 7053
				64345 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV983.  Damaged beyond repair when undercarriage
					collapsed on landing at Salbani, India Aug 29, 1944.
				64346 crashed Dec 24, 1944
42-64347/64394		Consolidated B-24J-15-CF Liberator
				MSN 596/643
				64347 (455th BG) lost May 18, 1944, Italy.  MACR 5057
				64348 (449th BG) lost Dec 4, 1944, Austria.  MACR 4038
				64349 damaged at contractors plant Feb 1, 1944, to CL-26 Feb 28, 1944.
				64350 MIA Oct 7, 1944
				64351 salvaged Jul 21, 1944
				64352 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV950.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64353 (451st BG, 725th BS, "Hobo Queen") crashed in northern Italy on North Ceramonte peak Mar 29, 1944 during
					mission to bomb Bolzano marshalling yards.  MACR 3716.  2 KIA, 7 POW.
				64354 (449th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7056 
				64355 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV956.  SOC Nov 28, 1944.
				64356 (459th BG) lost Aug 22, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 7993.
				64357 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV981.  SOC Feb 28, 1946.
				64358 crashed May 13, 1944
				64359 crashed Jul 25, 1944
				64360 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW147.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				64361 salvaged Aug 9, 1945
				64362 wrecked Mar 8, 1944, to CL-26 Mar 14, 1944
				64363 salvaged Feb 22, 1945.
				64364 salvaged Oct 24, 1944.
				64365 in taxi accident Apr 9, 1945
				64366 to RAF as Liberator V.VI EV984.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64367 (464th BG) damaged in mission to Toulon, France Jul 5, 1944. All crew bailed
					out except the pilot who landed the plane.  Scrapped.  464th BG archivist finds
					no record of this plane.  Aircraft Record Card confirms crash landing Jul 5, 1944.
				64368 to RFC at Altus Oct 17, 1945
				64369 converted to F-7A.  To reclamation Apr 29, 1948
				64370 salvaged Mar 4, 1945
				64371 converted to F-7A.  To RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 29, 1945
				64372 salvaged Apr 4, 1944
				64373 (376th BG) lost Aug 10, 1944, Mediterranean.  MACR 10717
				64374 (459th BG) lost Apr 2, 1944, Germany.  MACR 3889
				64375 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV972.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				64376 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV976.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64377 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV977.  SOC Jan 5, 1947
				64378 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV978.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				64379 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV973.  SOCX Mar 14, 1946.
				64380 (460th BG) lost Apr 15, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 4099
				64381 to RAF as Liberator V.VI EV979.  SOC Mar 11, 1946.
				64382 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV974.  SOC Aug 1944.
				64383 to RAF as Liberator V.VI EV980.  Ran out of fuel and belly landed at Normetal, PQ
					Mar 31, 1944.  Damaged beyond repair.
				64384 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV958.  MIA on mission to Udine, Italy Mar 8, 1945.
				64386 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV975.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				64387 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV982.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				64388 MIA Dec 1, 1943
				64389 (449th BG, 719th BS, *Gremlin's Delite*) crashed in severe weather Dec 29, 1944 while returning to base from
					mission to Brenner Pass.  All 11 crew killed.  MACR 10913
				64390 in crash landing Sep 3, 1944
				64391 salvaged due to enemy action Aug 19, 1944
				64392 salvaged Apr 13, 1944
				64393 crashed Jun 18, 1944
				64394 (449th BG) lost May 5, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 4665
42-64395/64431		Consolidated B-24E-25-CF Liberator
				MSN 108/144
				64395 surveyed at Tonopah AAF, NV Aug 20, 1944
				64396 to reclamation at Reading AAF, PA Oct 1, 1945
				64397 crashed into mountain near Blythe AAF on Arizona/California border
					Oct 15, 1943 while on routine navigational flight.  All on board killed.
				64398 to CL-26 at Birminghan Modification Center Mar 21, 1944
				64399 to RFC at Altus Sep 25, 1945.
				64400 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 11, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				64401 to RFC Altus, OK Oct 17, 1945
				64402 reclamation completed at Lowry Field, CO Dec 17, 1945
				64403 surveyed at Gowen AF, ID Jul 14, 1944
				64404 reclamation completed Lowry AF, CO Nov 13, 1945
				64405 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Oct 5, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				64406 to RFC Ontario, CA Ju 22, 1945
				64407 to RFC Ontario, CA May 24, 1945
				64408 reclamation completed at Hill AF, UT Mar 20, 1946
				64409 to RFC Ontario, CA Jun 25, 1945
				64410 to RFC Ontario, CA Jun 29, 1945
				64411 reclamation completed at Hill AAF, UT Feb 13, 1946
				64412 surveyed at Birmingham Modification Center, AL Jan 10, 1944
				64413 to RFC at Altus Jul 30, 1945
				64414 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				64415 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Feb 21, 1946
				64416 to reclamation at Smyrna AAF, TN Oct 2, 1945
				64417 to reclamation at Homestead AAF, FL Mar 20, 1946
				64419 to reclamation at Courtland AAF,m AL Aug 3, 1945
				64420 to reclamation at Hill AAF Feb 13, 1946
				64421 surveyed at Wendover AAF Sep 15, 1943
				64422 to reclamation at Lowry Field Nov 28, 1945
				64423 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 28, 1945
				64424 to RFC at Ontario Jun 13, 1945
				64425 (RB-24E, Eastern Flight Training Command) crashed Jul 7, 1944 near
					Tuskegee Army Air Field.
				64426 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 24, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				64427 surveyed at St Paul Sep 23, 1943
				64428 to DPC at Bush Field May 26, 1945
				64429 to RFC at Altus Aug 29, 1945
				64430 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				64431 to RFC at Altus, OK Sep 18, 1945.
42-64432/64440		Consolidated B-24H-1-CF Liberator
				MSN 145/153
				64432 to RAF as Liberator GR.IV BZ970. but RAF record card shows BZ790 as being a GR.VI.
					Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				64433 (93rd BG, 330th BS) damaged and ditched in English Channel
					57 km SE of Dartmouth, UK Dec 31, 1943.  MACR 2186.
					6 killed, 4 rescued.
				64434 (445th BG, 700th BS) lost Feb 20, 1944.  MACR 2440
				64435 (392nd BG, 576th BS) lost Feb 21, 1944.  MACR 2563
				64436 (445th BG, 701st BS) crashed on landing at Tibenham, UK
					Dec 30, 1943.  Salvaged Jan 16, 1944.
				64437 (93rd BG, 330th BS) crashed May 12, 1944 at Woodbridge emergency field, condemned May 13, 1944
				64438 (445th BG, 700th BS, "Ramblin' Wreck") blew tire on takeoff from Tibenham, UK on mission to Misburg Nov 26, 1944.
					Salvaged Nov 29/Dec 2, 1944
				64439 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Feb 20, 1944.  MACR 2483
				64440 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2559
42-64441/64451		Consolidated B-24H-5-CF Liberator
				MSN 250/260
				64441 (464th BG, 778th BS, *Cherry*) lost May 10, 1944, Wiener-Neustadt, Germany.  MACR 4804
				64442 (451st BG) lost Apr 5, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 4081
				64443 (450th BG) lost Feb 25, 1944, W of Cazin, Bosnia and Hercegovina.  MACR 3472
				64444 (448th BG, 715th BS, "Consolidated Mess") shot down by Hptm
					Herbert Huppertz in Fw 190A-6 of JG 2/III Stab near 
					Crepy-en-Valois, France Dec 30, 1943.  MACR 4178.  8 KIA,
					1 POW, 1 evaded.
				64445 (451st BG, *Patsy Jack*) lost Aug 2, 1944, Mediterranean.  MACR 7208
				64446 (450th BG) lost Feb 23, 194, Austria.  MACR 3205
				64447 (448th BG, 712nd BS) lost Mar 20, 1944.  MACR 3340
				64448 (450th BG) MIA Mar 16, 1945.  MACR 13062
				64449 salvaged Aug 16, 1945
				64450 (451st BG) shot down by fighters near Plantleunne
					Jun 26, 1944 during return.  MACR 6172
				64451 condemned Jan 6, 1944
42-64452/64501		Consolidated B-24H-10-CF Liberator
				MSN 308/357
				64452 to RFC at Altus Sep 25, 1945
				64453 (453rd BG) lost Apr 8, 1944, Germany.  MACR 3922
				64454 (450th BG) MIA Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6369
				64455 (450 BG, 721 BS) shot down over Kematen, Austria Feb 23, 1944.
					5 in front of the plane killed, 4 in rear bailed out and 
					became POW.  MACR 3204
				64456 (455th BG, 741st BS) collided with 41-29290 over Porto San Stefano,
					Italy Apr 28, 1944.  MACR 4609
				64457 (453rd BG, 733rd BS) damaged by flak over Berlin Mar 6, 1944.
					Forced to leave formation.  Further damage by
					fighters during return flight.  Crew bailed out
					over North Sea 5 miles off Yarmouth.  Aircraft
					crashed in sea.  4 crew rescued, 6 killed.  MACR 2971
				64458 salvaged Apr 26, 1944
				64459 (454th BG) lost Mar 19, 1944.  MACR 3520.  Salvaged Mar 22, 1944
				64460 (453rd BG, 733rd BS) lost Mar 6, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2972
				64461 (449th BG, *Queen Bee*) lost Apr 23, 1944.  MACR 4200.  Took seven flak hits just after the target
					at Schwechat, Austria, which knocked out the #1 engine.  Attacked by fighters after it fell
					behind the formation.  Gunners claimed three fighters shot down.  Radio operator badly
					injured during the fighter attack and was parachuted out.  Made crash landing in
					Yugoslavia and remaining 9 crew members contacted partisans and evaded.  MACR 4200
				64462 ("Stinky the BTO", 449th BG, 716th BS) shot down over
					Regensburg, Germany Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2636
				64463 (459th BG) lost Apr 13, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 3975
				64464 (453rd BG, 733rd BS) lost Apr 8,1944, Germany.  MACR 3923
				64465 (451st BG, 724th BS) lost May 10, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 4792.  There is also a 
					report of this plane being lost Aug 2, 1944, Mediterranean, but aircraft record card has the plane
					being condemned as MIA May 10, 1944. 
				64466 to RFC at Altus, OK Sep 25, 1945
				64467 (376th BG) lost May 24, 1944, Austria.  MACR 5194
				64468 salvaged Mar 24, 1945
				64469 (453rd BG, 732nd BS, "El Flako") on third operational mission
					to Berlin Mar 6, 1944, accidentally dropped its bombload
					only 3 miles from Base (Old Beckenham).  No casualties on
					ground, only injury was to the pride of the aircraft crew.
					Struck by flak during raid on oil refinery at Castrop-Rauxel
					Nov 2, 1944, which tore off one wing and crashed at
					Luenen-Sud.  MACR 10165.  All 10 crew KIA.
				64470 (456th BG, 747th BS, *Rau Dee Dau*) crashed in Switzerland Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 6070
				64471 MIA Mar 30, 1944
				64472 salvaged Sep 15, 1945.
				64473 salvaged May 29, 1945
				64474 crashed Jun 24, 1944
				64475 (456th BG, 745th BS "Calamity Jane") crashed in Adriatic 
					Sea May 4, 1944 on practice mission due to runaway prop.
				64476 salvaged Oct 8, 1944
				64477 MIA Aug 11, 1944
				64478 (453rd BG, 735th BS, "Cabin in the Sky") shot down by
					flak over Pau Mar 27, 1944.  MACR 3554.  Only 3 occupants survived.
				64479 (459th BG) MIA Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6815
				64480 (456th BG, 746th BS) damaged by AAA over Blechhammer and shot
					down by fighters Aug 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 10001.  5 KIA, 5 POW
				64481 (455th BG, 741st BS, "Jeannie") shot down Jul 7, 1944 near
					Novy Jicin (village Petrkovice), Morava, Czechoslovakia.
				64482 (455th BG, 742nd BS) lost Jun 13, 1944, Grossvolderberg, Volders, Austria.  MACR 5812
				64483 (455th BG) MIA Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6515
				64484 condemned Feb 6, 1944
				64485 (454th BG) lost Apr 13, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 3912
				64486 salvaged Aug 15, 1945
				64487 (456th BG, 745th BS) MIA Jul 2, 1944.  MACR 6441
				64488 (454th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 6757
				64489 salvaged Apr 25, 1945
				64490 (453rd BG, 735th BS) lost Apr 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4781
				64491 crashed Feb 6, 1944
				64492 (456th BG, 746th BS, "Curly Top") crashed on island of
					Zut (off the coast of present day Croatia) May 10, 1944.
					The crew survived.
				64493 in crash landing Sep 14, 1944
				64494 salvaged Jan 18, 1944
				64495 (454th BG) lost Apr 4, 1944, Mediterranean.  MACR 3717
				64496 (453rd BG, 735th BS) interned in Switzerland Apr 25, 1944.  MACR 4304. Subsequently
					flown in Swiss Air Force markings.  Returned Oct 11, 1945.
				64497 (455th BG) in accident Mar 19, 1944.  MACR 4026
				64498 crashed Feb 8, 1944
				64499 (458th BG) lost May 5, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 4749
				64500 (455th BG) MIA Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5771
				64501 (456th BG, 744th BS) MIA Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 10721
42-64502/65201		Curtiss P-40K-1 Warhawk
				serials cancelled and reassigned as 42-45722/46321
42-64502/64701		North American B-25C-20 Mitchell
				MSN 96-16381/96-16580
				64502/64506 to USN as PBJ-1C 34998/35002
				64522  (310th BG, 381st BS) shot down by AAA 1.5 mi E of Sciacca, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943.  6 KIA.  MACR 342.
				64510 (379th BS, 310th BG) list Oct 10, 1943.  MACR 1102.  The MACR has the serial number wrong, as 42-6451, which
					was a B-29
				64531 converted to B-25G
				64535 (340th BS(M), 340th BG(M)) shot down by AAA over Sicily Jul 31, 1943.  MACR 15461.  All crew killed.  
				64540 (340th BG, 486th BS) shot down by AAA 
					near Kalamaki, Greece Nov 17, 1943.  MACR 1826. 4 KIA, 1 POW,
					1 evaded.
				64550 (321st BG) lost Feb 19, 1944.  MACR 2477
				64552 (321st BG) lost Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3507
				64554 (310th BG, 428th BS) left wing broke off and plane crashed into sea 32 km W of
					Paola, Italy Sep 7, 1943 while returning from mission to Trebisacce, Italy.  MACR 567.  Entire
					crew of 6 lost.
				64557 (321st BG) lost Jan 27, 1944.  MACR 2472
				64558 converted to B-25G
				64559 (321st BG) lost Apr 14, 1944.  MACR 4188
				64561 converted to B-25G
				64563 converted to B-25G.  With 42nd BG (M), 390th BS, shot down by AAA between Shortland Island and
					Vella LaVella Oct 6, 1943 in Solomons. MACR 787. Entire crew rescued.
				64569 converted to B-25G
				64570 (42nd BG, 390th BS) shot down by AAA from area of Vunakanau
					Airdrome, New Britain Jan 20, 1944.  MACR 1788.  All 6 crew KIA.
				64571 (42nd BG) lost Oct 12, 1943.  MACR 1222
				64579/64582 converted to B-25G
					64579 (321st BG) lost Oct 30, 1943.  MACR 1137
				64583 (321st BG, 447th BS) crashlanded in water in Corsica May 4, 1944 after experiencing
					runaway prop after takeoff from Solenzari field.  All crew
					rescued.
				64584/64587 converted to B-25G
				64588 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				64589 (341st BG) lost Feb 6, 1944.  MACR 2317
				64590 (321st BG, 445th BS) shot down by Maj Gustav-Siegfried Rodel inBf 109G-6 of JG 27/Stab over sea off
					Greece and ditched 20 K=km S of Levadhia, Greece Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 1307.  3 KIA, 2 POW, 2 evaded.
				64594 (310th BG, 381st BS) shot down by AAA and when tried to crashland struck trees and crashed near
					Teggiano, Italy Sep 9, 1943.  MACR 643.  4 KIA, 1 POW.
				64597 (310th BG, 379th BS) shot down by AAA at Montecorvino, Italy Jul 20, 1943. 4 KIA, 1 died of injuries. MACR 249. 
				64598 (321st BG, 447th BS) shot down by AAA NW of Chieti, Italy Dec 2, 1943.  MACR 1619.  
				64600 (321 BG, 447 BS, *Lady Luck*)
				64602/64621 to USN as PBJ-1C 35003/35022
				64622 to RAF as Mitchell III FV900.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64623 to RAF as Mitchell III FV901.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64624 to RAF as Mitchell III FV902.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64625 to RAF as Mitchell III FV903.  DBR during German air raid while parked at
					Melsbroek, Belgium Jan 19, 1945
				64626 to RAF as Mitchell III FV904.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64627 to RAF as Mitchell III FV905.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64628 to RAF as Mitchell III FV906.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64629 to RAF as Mitchell III FV907.  Wrecked when hit Ventura AE856 (direct purchase so no
					USAAF or USN serial) on takeoff at Oulton, England Jun 6, 1943
				64630 to RAF as Mitchell III FV908.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64631 to RAF as Mitchell III FV909.  SOC Aug 22, 1944
				64632 to RAF as Mitchell III FV910.  Hit by flak near Abbeville, France and ditched Feb 25, 1944
				64633 to RAF as Mitchell III FV911.  Control lost during single-engined flight, crashed 2 mi E of 
					Little Snoring, England Oct 4, 1943.
				64634 to RAF as Mitchell III FV912.  Shot down by flak, Matinvast Nov 26, 1943
				64635 to RAF as Mitchell III FV913.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64636 to RAF as Mitchell III FV914.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64637 to RAF as Mitchell III FV915.  Flew into ground after takeoff at Swanton Morley,
					England Apr 23, 1944
				64638 to RAF as Mitchell III FV916.  SOC Feb 3, 1947
				64639 to RAF as Mitchell III FV917.  Returned to USA Nov 7,1 945
				64640 to RAF as Mitchell III FV918.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64641 to RAF as Mitchell III FV919.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64649 converted to B-25G.  Lost with 321st BG 448th BS when crashed into
					sea 60 mi NW of Cape Fortass, Tunisia Aug 10, 1943.  MACR 6144. 5 KIA, 1 rescued.
				64651 (341st BG, 490th BS) lost Aug 12, 1943, China.  MACR 322
				64654 converted to B-25G
				64655 (321st BG, 448th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed 2 mi S of Attigliano, Italy Apr 17, 1944.  MACR 4193.
					5 KIA, 1 POW, 1 evaded.
				64657 (321st BG, 447th BS) shot down by AAA at Gerbini, Sicily Jul 5, 1943, Sicily.  MACR 71
					5 KIA
				64661 (321st BG, 448th BS) ditched in Adriatic 12 km W of Kryekuq, Albania
					on return from raid on Albanian airfield Nov 12, 1943.  MACR 1602.  2 crew bailed
					out over coast prior to ditching but one crew's chute failed
					to open and he was killed.  The other was rescued 2 days
					later.  The other 5 crewmembers entered a dinghy and were
					rescued by Italian ASR shortly thereafter. 
				64662 (10th BG) lost Mar 14, 1944.  MACR 3505
				64664 (310th BG, 428th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/I 2 km W of Spezzano Albanese,
					Italy Sep 8, 1943.  MACR 717.  3 KIA, 2 POW.
				64668 converted to B-25G
				64670/64675 converted to B-25G
					64675 (321st BG, 445th BS) shot down by Fw Alfred Stuckler in Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/8
						over sea off Greece and ditched 10 mi NW of Patras, Greece Oct 8, 1943.  MACR 927 and 1301.
						8 POW.
				64688 to RAF as Mitchell III FR172 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK - Wrecked when engine failed 
					on takeoff and aircraft swung and undercarriage collapsed, Sherburn-in-Emlet, England Aug 31, 1943
				64689 to RAF as Mitchell III FR173 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Netherlands AF Jul 22, 1947. 
				64690 to RAF as Mitchell III FR174 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Hit by flak over Cherbourg
					Oct 28, 1943 and DBR when crashlanded at Tarrant Rushton, England.
				64691 to RAF as Mitchell III FR175 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Netherlands AF Jul 22, 1947.
				64692 converted to B-25G
				64693 converted to B-25G
				64696/64701 converted to B-25G
42-64702/64801		North American B-25C-25 Mitchell
				MSN 96-16581/96-16680
				64702/64707 converted to B-25G
					64705 (42nd BG) lost Jun 5, 1944.  MACR 5660.
				64708/64732 to USN as PBJ-1C 35023/35047
				64733 to RAF as Mitchell III FV920.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64734 to RAF as Mitchell III FV921.  Hit by flak and subsequently crashed at Ivychurch, England
					Sep 6, 1943
				64735 to RAF as Mitchell III FV922.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64736 to RAF as Mitchell III FV923.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64737 to RAF as Mitchell III FV924.  Missing Sep 3, 1944.
				64738 to RAF as Mitchell III FV925.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe with serial
					4189M September 1943; presumably subsequently scrapped
				64739 to RAF as Mitchell III FV926.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64740 to RAF as Mitchell III FV927.  Shot down by AAA Mimoyecques, France Nov 8, 1943
				64741 to RAF as Mitchell III FV928.  Crashed at Vielsham while returning from operation Dec 29, 1944
				64742 to RAF as Mitchell III FV929.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64743 to RAF as Mitchell III FV930.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64744 to RAF as Mitchell III FV931.  Damaged by explosion of Mitchell FV985 (41-30660) and w/o when
					crashlanded at Tangmere, England Jul 23, 1944
				64745 to RAF as Mitchell III FV932.  Shot down by Me 210s during air-sea rescue mission Jul 30, 1943
				64746 to RAF as Mitchell III FV933.  SOC Aug 22, 1944
				64747 to RAF as Mitchell III FV934.  Hit by flak and wrecked when crashlanded at Friston,
					England Feb 25, 1944
				64748 to RAF as Mitchell III FV935.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64749 to RAF as Mitchell III FV936.  DBR when crashlanded after engine failure,
					Dunsfold, England Sep 8, 1944
				64750 to RAF as Mitchell III FV937.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64751 to RAF as Mitchell III FV938.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				64752 to RAF as Mitchell III FV939.  Hit by flak and crashed near Manston, England Nov 8, 1943
				64753/64772 converted to B-25G
					64757 (341st BG) lost 10 mi S of Yockow, China Nov 12, 1943.  MACR 1106
					64760 (908th AAF Base Unit) crashed 1 1/4 mi N of West
						Chester, PA on training flight May 7, 1944.  No survivors
				64776 (42nd BG) lost at Solomons Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1185
				64779 converted to B-25G
				64780 converted to B-25G
				64786 to RAF as Mitchell III FR176 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Hit by flak over Hedel 
					Oct 24, 1944 and crew bailed out.
				64787 to RAF as Mitchell III FR177 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Hit by flak over Gorenflos and ditched
					in English Channel Mar 18, 1944
				64788 to RAF as Mitchell III FR178 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Hit by flak and exploded 
					Lanveoc-Poulmic Oct 25, 1943
				64789 to RAF as Mitchell III FR179 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Missing during night intruder
					mission Jun 8, 1944
42-64802/65101		North American B-25G-5 Mitchell
				42-64802/64901 MSN 96-16681/96-16780
				42-64902/65101 MSN 96-20806/96-21005
				64807 (38th BG) lost Jan 21, 1944, SW Pacific.
				64810 (38th BG) lost Feb 2, 1944, New Guinea
				64822 to RAF as Mitchell II FR208.  Relegated to instructional airframe Feb 1945
					with serial 4823M.  Presumably subsequently scrapped
				64823 to RAF as Mitchell II FR209.  Relegated to instructional airframe Sep 13, 1951
					with serial 6981M.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				64827 (38th BG) lost Jan 16, 1944, New Guines
				64833 (41st BG, 48th BS, "Paper Doll") survived the war.  Not sure of
					its ultimate disposition.
				64835 (822th BS, 38th BG) crash-landed in Papua New Guinea following
					strafing attack Apr 12, 1944.  Crew of 5 survived the landing 
					but are believed to have been captured by the Japanese.
					They were never seen again, presumed executed by their captors.
					The plane is still there.
				64843 (38th BG) lost Nov 10, 1943, New Guinea
				64846 (38th BG) shot down by AAA at Arwin Island, New
					Guinea Nov 22, 1943.  MACR 1171.  5 KIA
				64850 (38th BG, 823rd BS) damaged by AAA and crashed into water
					offshore S of Madang, New Guinea Nov 3, 1943.  MACR 1087.
					Crew entered dinghy and paddled ashore.
				64867 (38th BG, 823rd BS) DBR during landing at Saidor Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black 
					Sunday mission to Hollanida
				64868 lost Jul 28, 1943, Pacific.  MACR 10.
				64873 (38th BG, 823rd BS) lost in attack on Kavieng, New Britain 
					Feb 15, 1944.  All 5 crew killed.
				64881 (38th BG) lost Jan 28, 1944, SW Pacific.
				64889 (38th BG, 823rd BS) shot down by AAA and crashed into sea off
					Wewak, New Guinea Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1177.  6 KIA.
				64892 ("On the Make")
				64893 (41st BG, 820th BS) tail shot off by AAA at Jaluit Atoll, Marhsalls Jan 2, 1944.  MACR 1586.  6 KIA.
				64889 (38th BG) lost Nov 27, 1943, New Guinea.
				64893 (41st BG) lost Jan 2, 1945, Central Pacific
				64911 (41st BG) lost Jan 17, 1944, Central Pacific.
				64915 (41st BG) lost Feb 12, 1944, Central Pacific.
				64924 (41st BG) lost Jan 28, 1944, Central Pacific.
				64948 (41st BG) lost Jan 22, 1944, Central Pacific.
				64949 (41st BG) lost Jan 22, 1944, Central Pacific.
				64957 (41st BG) lost Jan 15, 1944, Central Pacific.
				65026/65030 Lend-Lease to USSR
				65031 to USN as PBJ-1G 35097
				65037 surveyed Aug 17, 1945
				65038 condemned Apr 1, 1944
				65039 to RFC at Altus Sep 5, 1945
				65040 crashed Edinburg AAB, Trinidad, BWI Sep 15, 1943.  6 killed.
				65041 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65042 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				65043 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65044 to RFC at Altus Sep 6, 1948
				65045 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				65046 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 7, 1945
				65047 surveyed Apr 5, 1944
				65048 surveyed Oct 22, 1943
				65049 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 145
				65050 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				65051 to reclamation Jan 1, 1947
				65052 to RFC at Altus Sep 6, 1945
				65053 to RFC at Altus Sep 6, 1945
				65054 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65055 to reclamation Douglas AAF, AZ Feb 17, 1945
				65056 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65057 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65058 surveyed at Brooks AAF Jun 7, 1944
				65059 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 20, 1945
				65060 surveyed at Greenville AAF, SC Sep 1, 1943.
				65061 (25th BG) lost Jan 13, 1944, Caribbean
				65062 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 6, 1945
				65063 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				65064 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				65065 to RFC at Altus Sep 5, 1945
				65066 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65067 to reclamation at Lowry AAF, CO Oct 15, 1945
				65068 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65069 (25th BG, 59th BS) bellylanded at Beane Field, St Lucia
					Dec 17, 1943.  Condemned Apr 1, 1944.
				65070 to reclamation at La Junta AAF, CO Jul 17, 1945
				65071 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				65072 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 4, 1945.
				65073 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				65074 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 19, 1945
				65075 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 21, 1945
				65076 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65077 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65078 to RFC at Altus Aug 11, 1945
				65079 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65080 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65081 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65082 to reclamation at Enid AAF, OK Mar 27, 1945.
				65083 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65084 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 21, 1945
				65085 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65086 to reclamantion at Brooks AAF, TX Feb 13, 1946
				65087 slavaged May 31, 1946
				65088 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 19, 1945
				65089 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 19, 1945
				65090 salvaged Apr 15, 1944
				65091 to RFC at Albuquerque Aug 6, 1945.
				65092 to RFC at Albuquerque Aug 18, 1945
				65093 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65094 to RAF Nov 22, 1944.  RAF serial not known
				65095 surveyed Frederick AAF, OK Apr 2, 1945
				65096 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65097 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				65098 salvaged Aug 14, 1945
				65099 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65100 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 21, 1945
				65101 to reclamation at Columbia AAF ,SC Apr 18, 1945
42-65102/65201		North American B-25G-10 Mitchell
				MSN 96-21006/96-21105
				65102 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Aug 6, 1945
				65103 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65104 surveyed sep 18,1 943
				65105 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				65106 in combat-related accident Jan 31,1 945
				65107 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 19,1 945
				65108 salvaged Nov 12, 1944
				65109 lost in action Jan 20, 1945
				65110 to reclamation Jul 13, 1949.
				65111 salvaged Sep 6, 1945
				65112 in combat-related accident Mar 22, 1945
				65113 lost in typhoon Oct 28, 1945
				65114 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 21, 1945
				65115 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65116 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 22, 1945
				65117 surveyed Feb 25, 1944
				65118 (25th BG, 417th BS) exploded and crashed into Caribbean Sea 15 mi NW off Borinquen, Puerto Rico 
					Oct 30, 1943. 6 KIA. MACR 980.condemned Nov 30, 1943
				65119 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 20,1945
				65120 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				65121 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				65122 surveyed Jan 8, 1944
				65123 to RFC at Albuquerque Aug 6, 1945
				65124 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65125 surveyed Apr 1, 1944
				65126 to CL-26 at Turner AAF, GA Jul 22, 1944
				65127 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Aug 6, 1945
				65129 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945.
				65130 to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				65131 to reclamation at Olmstead AAF, PA May 24, 1946
				65132 condemned Apr 30, 1945
				65133 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65134 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 19, 1945
				65135 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945.
				65136 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Aug 18, 1945
				65137 to reclamation Jan 1, 1947
				65138 to RFC at Lemoore AAF, CA Nov 16, 1945
				65139 to reclamation Jan 1, 1947
				65140 to reclamation Jan 12, 1946
				65141 in accident Dec 24, 1944
				65142 lost to AAA Nov 19, 1944
				65143 in accident Jun 10, 1944
				65144 in non-combat accident Jan 10, 1945
				65145 in non-combat accident Feb 3, 1945
				65146 in non-combat accident Sep 6, 1945
				65147 to reclamation Jul 13, 1949
				65148 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 19, 1945
				65149 to reclamation Jul 13, 1949
				65150 surveyed at Hanner AAF, CA May 4, 1944
				65151 salvaged Oct 2, 1945
				65152 salvaged Jun 3,1 944
				65153 condemned Dec 14, 1944
				65154 to reclamation Dec 13, 1946
				65155 (42nd BG 390th BS, "Goin' Hard") lost to AAA Mar 4, 1945 off Leyte (Zamboanga), Phillipines.  Crew rescued.
				65156 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 9, 1946
				65157 to RFC at Kingman Dec 15, 1945
				65168 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65159 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 21, 1945
				65160 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 27, 1945
				65161 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 20, 1945
				65162 surveyed Jul 1, 1948
				65163 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 2, 1945
				65164 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				65165 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				65166 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				65167 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65168 to rFC at Pampa, TX Sep 25, 1945
				65169 to reclamation Jan 1, 1947
				65170 to RFC at Altus Sep 11, 1945
				65171 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 21, 1945
				65172 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65173 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				65174 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 27, 1945
				65188 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65189 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945
				65190 to RFC at Altus Aug 30, 1945
				65191 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				65192 surveyed Jan 25, 1944
				65193 to reclamation at Enid AAF, OK Jul 5, 1945
				65194 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 21, 1945
				65195 surveyed Apr 11, 1944
				65196 to reclamation at Columbia, MS Apr 20, 1945
				65197 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				65198 surveyed at Mather AAF, CA by Aug 1,1944
				65199 to RFC at Walnut Ridte Sep 19, 1945
				65200 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 20,1945
				65201 surveyed at Hammer AAF, CA Feb 13, 1944.
42-65202/65901		Curtiss P-40L Warhawk
				Serials cancelled and reassigned as 42-10430/11129.
42-65202/65204		Martin-Omaha B-29-1-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65202 Delivered to USAAF 26May44.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Satan’s Angel’.  Departed CONUS for CBI 2Jul44
					(444th BG) collided in midair with 42-24507 Mar 25, 1945 near Calcutta, India while on training flight and crashed
					into Bay of Bengal.  MACR 13445.  Other plane landed safely.
				65203 Delivered to USAAF 2Jun44.  To the Glenn L. Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB. Departed 23Jun44
					To the Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK. Departed 28Jun44.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Departed CONUS for CBI 24Aug44.  Missing en-route from Natal, Brazil to Accra, Gold Coast
					Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 8525
				65204 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun44.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India
					(444th BG, 677th BS) damaged during mission over Omura, Japan Nov 23, 1944, made emergency landing
					at Ankang, China and collided on runway with B-29 42-6290.  4 crew killed, 7 survived.  Aircraft DBR.
42-65205/65211		Martin-Omaha B-29-5-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65205 Delivered to USAAF 24Jun44.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS
					To reclamation at Tinker May 10, 1949
				65206 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul44.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					To reclamation at Pyote Sep 11, 1950
				65207 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul44.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				65208 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug44.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group 25Sep44
					Named ‘Andy’s Dandy’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 23Feb45 - 15 missions
					To reclamation at Tinker May 15, 1946
				65209 Accident 4Dec44 at Mills AAF, San Francisco, CA 
					Assigned to 21st Bomb Squadron, 501st Bomb Group, Harvard AAF, NB
					Accident 12Mar45 due to mechanical failure landing at Harvard AAF, NB 
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
				65210 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug44.  Named ‘Filthy Fay’.  Named ‘Fay’.	The crew chief had a painting of a 
					standing young lady with very little clothing painted on the nose and named the plane FILTHY FAY. 
					The aircraft commander of a flight crew assigned to the plane in the Spring of 1945 objected to the 
					art and FAY was clothed and the FILTHY removed.  
					(498th BG, 874th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Nakashinden Yatomi-chi Nagoya, Japan 
					during mission to Mitsubishi aircraft engine works at Nagoya, Japan Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13447.
					All 11 crew killed.
				65211 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug44.  Named ‘Lady Eve’
					(498th BG, 875th BS) hit by flak on mission to Tokyo May 26, 1945.  Returned to Iwo Jima and
					crew bailed out.  All rescued.
42-65212/65219		Martin-Omaha B-29-10-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65212 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug44.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 26Oct44
					Named ‘Mrs Tittymouse’.  (498th BG, 875th BS) damaged on ground in raid 12/25/1944.  
					Shot down by Ki-61 Apr 7, 1945 on raid on Tokyo. Flak blew off the left wing.  Last seen 
					going down in a spin.  MACR 13658.  10 crew KIA, 1 bailed out and became POW.
				65213 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 11Sep44.  Named ‘Carla Lani – Battle Baby’
					(462nd BG, 770th BS) disintegrated in midair over Lashani, China Dec 7, 1944.  All 11 crew killed.  
					The aircraft was returning to India after a mission to Mukden, Manchuria. It had just taken off from 
					Kiunglai, China on a ferry mission to Piardoba, India with 17 men on board. It started to pick up 
					ice at 4,500 feet but continued to climb to an altitude of 10,600 feet. By this time the aircraft 
					had picked up so much ice that it could climb no further. The pilot tried to make a turn to 
					return to base at which time it went into a flat spin, and began to disintegrate in midair. 
					Official cause of accident listed as excessive icing conditions.\
				65214 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug44.  To reclamation at Hill Field Sep 6, 1951
				65215 Delivered to USAAF 9Sep44.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, Great Bend AAF, KS
					The aircraft had a mid-air collision 28Sep44 with B-29 #42-63433 at approximately 17,000 feet altitude 
					in the skies near Philip, South Dakota. The two bombers were operating out of the Kearny Army 
					Airfield in Nebraska. All personnel aboard both planes were killed.
				65216 Delivered to USAAF 15Sep44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					[On 14 September 1944, the 393rd Bombardment Squadron arrived at Wendover from its former base at 
					Fairmont Army Air Base, Nebraska, where it had been in operational training (OTU) with the 504th 
					Bombardment Group since 12 March. When its parent group deployed to the Marianas in early November 1944, 
					the squadron was assigned directly to the Second Air Force until creation of the 509th Composite Group.]
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group 
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					To reclamation at Pyote Sep 11,1950
				65217 Delivered to USAAF 16Sep44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group, 393rd BS.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Victorville, CA, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					To reclamation at Pyote Sep 11, 1950.
				65218 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep44.  (500th BG, 883rd BS) MIA Nov 29, 1944 SW Pacific.   
					The aircraft was on its second operational mission; the crew was on its first mission, a nuisance 
					raid to Tokyo. The aircraft disappeared without trace. 9 MIA.  MACR 10449
				65219 Delivered to USAAF 26Sep44.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Punchin’ Judy’.  Returned to CONUS – 52 missions.  To reclamation at Tinker Mar 31, 1951
42-65220/65235		Martin-Omaha B-29-15-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65220 Delivered to USAAF 26Sep44.  Named ‘Off Limits Limited’
					Damaged by bombs from Japanese aircraft at Isely Field, Saipan Nov 27, 1944.
					(499th BG, 878th BS) MIA Dec 27, 1944 in Pacific Ocean.  Fate of crew unknown.
				65221 Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Gravel Gertie’
					Damaged during take-off when the right main landing gear collapsed
					The aircraft was damaged after its first mission. After repair, it returned to 882nd BS and went 
					on to complete 50 missions until being retired after a taxi accident on 6 Aug45.
				65222 Delivered to USAAF 29Sep44.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Super Wabbit’
					(499th BG, 877th BS) rammed by Ki-45 Nick over the target while on mission to Tokyo and crashed near 
					Lake Kawaguchi Yamanishi, Japan Feb 19, 1945 and crashed.  MACR 12522.  All 11 crew KIA
				65223 Delivered to USAAF 29Sep44
					Assigned to 4020th Army Air Force Base Unit, Headquarters Air Technical Service Command, Wright AAF, OH 
					Damaged 25Aug47 due to mechanical failure at Lowry AAF, CO
					Assigned to 4000th Air Force Base Unit, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Accident 10Feb48 landing at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Reclaimed at Niagara AFB, NY 18Feb54
				65224 Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
				65225 Delivered to USAAF 11Oct44
					Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI 4Nov44; arrived Dudhkundi, India 
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India 7Dec44
					(40th BG, 25th BS) crashed on takeoff at Hsinching Airfield (A-1) Sichuan, China (forward staging
					base) Dec 31, 1944 after 2 engines failed.  2 crew killed, 8 survived.  Aircraft destroyed.
				65226 Delivered to USAAF 18Oct44.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India
					The aircraft took off from Dudhkundi Airfield, India on a bombing mission against Singapore to bomb 
					the Seletar Naval Base and hit by AAA over Singapore Jan 11, 1945.  
					The crash site was near the village Tong San, Masai, Johore, Malaya..  MACR 10878.  6 crew KIA, 5 bailed out
					2 captured and became POW, 3 evaded and were helped by friendly Chinese and were rescued by US Navy
					submarine.
				65227 Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 20Nov44.  Named ‘Lady Be Good’
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 17Sep45
				65228 Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					(444th BG, 677th BS "Earthquake McGoon/ AS ANY FOOL KIN PLAINLY SEE") salvaged on Iwo 
					Jima Jun 26, 1945.
				65229 Delivered to USAAF 24Oct44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Do It Again’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 5May54
				65230 Delivered to USAAF 24Oct44.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					Departed CONUS for CBI 19Nov44.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				65231 Delivered to USAAF 27Oct44.  Named ‘Gonna Mak’er’
					(497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-45 Nick of 4th Sentai and crashed Apr 18, 1945 while on mission to 
					Tachiaria, Japan.  MACR 14308.  All 11 crew KIA.
				65232 Delivered to USAAF 28Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 26Nov44
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian
					To reclamation May 10, 1949 at Tinker.  Named "Missouri Queen"
				65233 Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 11Dec44
					Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Superstitious Aloysious’.  Named ‘Tabooma III’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45
				65234 Delivered to USAAF 18Oct44.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK
					Assigned to 10th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 26th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Damaged 10Jul53 in a ground collision during taxying at Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 13Feb54 due to structural failure at Yokota AB, Japan
					Assigned to 6023rd Radar Evaluation Squadron, Naha AB, Okinawa 
					This was the last USAF B-29 in service and was retired from the USAF inventory at 2010 hours on 
					21 June 1960, when Major Clarence C. Rarick of the 6023rd Radar Evaluation Squadron landed at 
					Naha Air Base, Okinawa, bringing the era of B-29 Superfortress military service to an end.
				65235 Delivered to USAAF 18Oct44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
42-65236/65263		Martin-Omaha B-29-20-MO Superfortress
					Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65236 Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed
				65237 Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
				65238 Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
				65239 Delivered to USAAF 26Oct45.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Assigned to 3502nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Amarillo AAF, TX
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65240 Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
				65241 Delivered to USAAF 14Nov44.  Assigned to 398th Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group, 313th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘Life of Riley’.  Crashed on Alamagan Island, Marianas due to engine fire Mar 24, 1945 while returning
					from mission to Mitsubishi aircraft engine plant at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 13380.  All 10 crew killed. 
					After being reported missing, the 313th Bomb Wing's Air & Sea Rescue searched for this B-29, without result.
				65242 Delivered to USAAF 15Nov44.  Assigned to 398th Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group, 313th Bomb Wing
					MIA Mar 16, 1945 on mission to Kobe.  10 crewmen, no survivors.  MACR 14246
				65243 Delivered to USAAF 25Nov44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Steveadorable’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65244 Delivered to USAAF 18Nov44.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Poison Lil’
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS – 13 missions.  To reclamation at Tinker May 10, 1949.
				65245 Assigned to 500th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Stateside Limited’
				65246 Delivered to USAAF 27Nov44.  Named ‘Irish Lassie’
					(497th BG, 871st BS) rammed by Ki-61 Jan 27, 1945 over Tokyo while mission to Musashiho and Nakajima
					aircraft plants at Tokyo.  Able to fly back to base.  All 11 crew survived, aircraft salvaged.
				65247 Delivered to USAAF 27Nov44.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Transferred to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Million Dollar Baby’
					Returned to CONUS – 60 missions.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54 
				65248 Delivered to USAAF 27Nov44.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					(498th BG, 874th BS) hit by flak Jun 5, 1945 while on mission to Japan.  Landed at Iwo Jima.  All crew
					survived, aircraft DBR and surveyed Jun 8, 1945.
				65249 Delivered to USAAF 27Nov44.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ann Dee’
					Accident 29Mar45 on the ground at Isely Field, Saipan
					Accident 23May45 due to engine failure landing at Isely Field, Saipan.  Returned to CONUS – 46 missions
					To reclamation at Tinker AFB Aug 28, 1950
				65250 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Smoky Hill AFB, KS 21Nov47 
				65251 Delivered to USAAF 27Nov44.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ’20th Century Sweetheart’.  Returned to CONUS – 55 missions
					Accident 23Oct45 taxying at NAS Honolulu, HI.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65252 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  To the Ogden Air Depot, UT. Departed 5Dec44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 17Dec44; arrived India 29Dec44
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. 
					Damaged during landing at Piardoba, India, 4Jan45. This aircraft lost hydraulics, circled the 
					field for an hour to burn off fuel, and landed, during which the nose landing gear collapsed.  
					Transferred to Tinian.  (20th BG) crashed Jun 5, 1945 on return from Kobe.
				65253 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 482nd Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Mary Anna’
					Ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 7, 1945 while on mission to Japan.  MACR 14716.
					1 crewman killed, 10 survived and were rescued.
				65254 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 12Dec44
					(462nd BG, 768th BS) damaged by fighters over Japan while on mission to Omura Jan 6, 1945 and 
					ditched in Yellow Ses.  MACR 11298.  All 11 crew killed.
				65255 Delivered to USAAF 29Nov44.  Named ‘”Jook” Girl USMC’
					(505th BG, 483rd BS) crashed on takeoff at B-2 airfield at Tinian Feb 10, 1945 and crashed into the sea.
				65256 Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group, Isely Field, Saipan
					In taxiing accident Jul 31, 1945 at Isley Field, Saipan.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					not known if repaired.
				65257 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Big Mike’
					Named ’30th Construction Regiment’	Adopted by the 30th and later 49th Seabee Regiments.
					The aircraft took credit for 6 enemy aircraft kills , including 3 in the mission on 28Apr45 to 
					Kokubu Airfield on Kyushu . The plane was attacked by 25 to 30 enemy aircraft and shot down 3 that day.
					Accident 10Mar53 due to a collision during taxy at Pope AFB,NC.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
				65258 Delivered to USAAF 13Nov4.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65259 Delivered to USAAF 11Nov44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65260 Delivered to USAAF 14Nov44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65261 Delivered to USAAF 14Nov44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group
					Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65262 Delivered to USAAF 14Nov44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.  Assigned to 4th Ferrying Group, 
					Nashville AAF, TN.  Accident 10Apr46 landing at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Warner-Robbins Air Material Command Depot, GA, with 
					Silverplate modifications removed.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 7May54 
				65263 Delivered to USAAF 15Nov44.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Pyote, TX, with Silverplate modifications removed.
					To reclamation at Pyote Aug 20, 1950
42-65264/65313		Martin-Omaha B-29-25-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65264 Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as stored at Davis-Monthan, AZ, with Silverplate modifications removed.
				65265 Delivered to USAAF 12Dec44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Returned to US Apr 24, 1946
				65266 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Named ‘Doc Said All I Needed Was Affection’.  Named ‘The Gamecock’
					(504th BG, 421st BS) lost from unknown cause over Japan May 24, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14483.  
					7 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				65267 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI 30Dec44; arrived Chakulia, India 6Jan45
					(40th BG, 44th BS) ditched in Bay of Bengal Jan 22, 1945 while on photo flight over Saigon, Indochina.
					2 crew drowned and 9 were rescued.
				65268 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 1Jan45
					Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India. Named ‘Airborn’
					To reclamation at Pyote Aug 18, 1950.
				65269 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. 
					Departed CONUS for CBI 1Jan45; arrived Chakulia, India 13Jan45
					Named ‘Winged Victory II’.  Transferred to Tinian May45
					(40th BG, 44th BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan May 26, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14508.
					10 crew KIA, 1 bailed out and became POW.
				65270 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44.  Departed CONUS 28Dec44 to CBI.  Named ‘Big Poison – Second Dose’
					(444th BG, 678th BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-63496 on mission to Osaka Jun 1, 1945 off coast of 
					Japan and crashed into Pacific.  MACR 14597.  All ll crew killed.
				65271 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 1Jan45; arrived Chakulia, India 13Jan45
					Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Last Report II’
					(40th BG, 44th BS) crashed after crew bailed out due to runaway prop over Iwo Jima May 19, 1945 while returning
					from mission to Nagoya, Japan.  All crew survived.
				65272 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 3Jan45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Miss Shorty’.  Named ‘Lucky Lady’.  Returned to CONUS Nov45 – 100 missions
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 20Apr50 during taxying at Yokota AB, Japan. Named ‘Blue Tail Fly’
					First B-29 in Far East to complete 100 missions [142 total missions]
					Assigned to 1708th Ferrying Group, MATS, McClellan AFB, CA
					Accident 28Jul52 during taxying at Andersen AB, Guam
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan.  Named ‘The US Mule’
					Damaged 11Jul53 due to structural failure at Yokota AB, Japan
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Feb57
				65273 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 17Jan45
					Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Tinian.  Named ‘Big Ain’t It’
					(444th BG) MIA May 25, 1945 in attack on Tokyo, Japan.  MACR 14497
				65274 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44
					Assigned to 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS 18Dec44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 3Jan45; arrived Chakulia, India 7Jan45
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian via Luliang, 
					China 20Apr45.  Named ‘Bad Penny’
					Combat damage 5May45 by AAA on a mission to the Hiro Naval Aircraft Plant at Kure. The number four 
					engine was knocked out and an oil leak was caused in the number one engine. Returning from the target 
					the aircraft landed at Iwo Jima for repairs.  Modified with additional radar equipment and used to fly 
					radar countermeasure missions over Japan.  Returned to CONUS 17Oct45
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit, Victorville AAF, CA for storage Oct45
					To the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK 21Apr48
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Jun48. TDY to Lakenheath, England Aug48-Nov48
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX 7Jan49
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA 4Jan50
					To Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Robins AFB, GA Feb50 for refit prior to being loaned to the RAF
					To RAF as Washington WF442 Jun 8, 1950. Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham; code KO-J
					Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham; code WP-P
 					Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Sep53 
				65275 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 9Jan45. Transferred to Tinian May45 
					Named ‘Hi Stepper’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					Named ‘Reddy’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				65276 Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Raiden Maiden II’.  Reclaimed 21Dec49 
				65277 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 30Dec44. Transferred to Tinian
					Named ‘Dragon Lady’
					(444th BG, 676th BS) lost from unknown cause at unknown location May 26, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 15421
					Fate of crew unknown.
				65278 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 18Jan45.  Named ‘T-N-Teeny I’
					(9th BG, 1st BS) salvaged at Rota Island, Marianas Apr 20, 1945 due to structural failure.  Surveyed May 16, 1945.
				65279 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 29Jan45. Transferred to Tinian May45 
					Named ‘My Buddy’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
				65280 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Named ‘Dina Might’
					(504th BG, 421st BS) crash landed at North Field, Tinian after mission to Tokyo May 23, 1945.  
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				65281 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Miss America ‘62’	Assigned to pilot Bruce R. Alger who nicknamed it "Miss America 62", for his 
					new born daughter, who Alger figured would be eligible to be the winner of the Miss America pageant in 1962.
					Returned to CONUS Oct45
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Technical Services Command), Victorville AAF, CA
					converted to WB-29 while in service.  Assigned to 373rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, RAF Burtonwood, England
					Mid air collision 2Mar54 at RAF Burtonwood, England
					Modified to TB-29 as a target tug, based at Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA.  Acquired by USAFM and delivered to Travis AFB, California 
					in 1986.  Restoration completed 1994. Dedicated 18Jun94
					Displayed as "Miss America '62" at Travis AFB Museum. 
				65282 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Big Cookie’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65283 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Departed McCook AAF, NB for PTO 19Jan45
					Named ‘The Big Wheel’(9th BG, 99th BS) crashed on shore at Tinian Mar 30, 1945 due to mechanical failure 
					while on mission to sow mines in Shimonoseki Strait.  Plane had a mechanical failure and jettisoned its 
					mines and headed back to Tinian.  10 crew killed, 1 survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				65284 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Departed McCook AAF, NB for PTO 19Jan45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Destiny’s Tot’
					Returned to CONUS 11Jun46 – 40 combat missions
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK
					Assigned to 4677th Radar Evaluation Squadron, Hill AFB, UT.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 14Sep54 
					To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 2Jun59. Reclaimed 16Feb60 
				65285 Delivered to USAAF 27Dec44.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 20Jan45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sad Tomato’
					Equipped as a Superdumbo with extra-powerful transmission facilities as well as supplies which might 
					be dropped to marooned fliers.  Returned to CONUS 24Oct45 – 40 combat missions
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ 29Oct45
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65286 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 30Jan45
					(9th BG, 1st BS, "Dinah Might") was first B-29 to make emergency landing at Iwo
					Jima Mar 4, 1945.  Refueled and repaired and flown out.  Landed
					there again Apr 12, 1945.  Abandoned.  Returned to USA Apr 28, 1946  
					Reclaimed at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 26May46
				65287 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 246th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pratt AAF, KS
					[The crew was assigned to 461st Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group]
					Accident 22Feb45 taxying at Pratt AAF, KS
					(17th Bomber Training Wing, 246th AAF Base unit) ditched near Aquadilla, Puerto Rico May 31, 1945 due to
					engine failure. 3 crewmen perished, 10 were rescued.  Crew was from 461st BS, 346th BG. MACR 16208.  The MACR
					has the serial number being 42-55287, which was a cancelled A-24B.
					Also reported to have gone to the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the 
					carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Composite Group
					Reported 12Mar46 at Kirtland Field, NM, as salvaged with Silverplate modifications removed.  However,
					the Silverplate document may have a typo.  There is convincing evidence that 42-65287 crashed off
					Puerto Rico.
				65288 Delivered to USAAF 27Dec44.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 246th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Pratt AAF, KS.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65289 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec44.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					with 313rd BW, 504th BG  "Dina Might" during WW 2.  With 22nd BG, 2nd BS from March AFB
					lost on ferry flight Nov 16, 1949.  Suffered engine failure and ditched 300/400 miles W of Bermuda with
					20 onboard.  2 lost due to rough seas, 18 rescued after 2 days by HMCS Haida after being
					spotted by ARS B-17.
				65290 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 246th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pratt AAF, KS
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				65291 Delivered to USAAF 27Dec44.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54 
				65292 Delivered to USAAF 29Dec44.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ’Bad Brew Too’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				65293 Delivered to USAAF 29Dec44.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Destiny’s Tots’
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53 
				65294 Delivered to USAAF 29Dec44.  Assigned to 876th Bomb Squadron, 383rd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS
					to reclamation at Walker Nov 14, 1945.
				65295 (498th BG, 873rd BS) left formation after fighter attack Apr 29, 1945 while on mission to Kyushu, Japan and
					last seen crashing into the ground in Karakama, Mobiki Village, Kimotsuki County, Kagoshima Prefecture
					No chutes.  MACR 14309.  All 11 crew KIA.
				65296 Delivered to USAAF 29Dec44.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘The Ancient Mariner’.  Returned to CONUS – 52 missions.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65297 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Li’l Butch’
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				65298 Delivered to USAAF 17Jan45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 4Feb45
					(9th BG, 99th BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Mar 10, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo, Japan.
					MACR 16145.  3 crew killed, 8 survived and were rescued.
				65299 Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group
				65300 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan45.  Named ‘Katie Ann’
					(19th BG, 30th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Ichihara-cho Saitama, Japan Apr 13, 1945 while on
					mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14282.  All 11 crew killed.
				65301 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45
					(29th BG, 52nd BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Tokyo Mar 10, 1945.  MACR 12975.  Crashed into an 
					electric factory in Ogu-Cho, Arakawa-Ku Tokyo.  All 11 crew killed.
				65302 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Los Angeles’.  Named ‘Snatch Blatch’ [a character in Rabelais' writings]
					Named ’23rd CB’s’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53 
				65303 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Santa Monica’.  Salvaged 31May45
				65304 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Named ‘City of Burlington’
					(19th BG, 30th BS) crashed at North Field, Guam May 27, 1945 due to unknown cause.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				65305 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan45
					(29th BG, 6th BS) shot down by fighter May 5, 1945 on mission to Tachiarai airfield at Kyushu, Japan.  MACR 14363.
					All 11 crew bailed out.  1 crewman parachute cut by Japanese aircraft, 1 crewman shot himself, 9 became
					POW.  8 were murdered by vivisection experiments at Kyushu University.
				65306 Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘The Outlaw’.  (19th BG, 28th BS) crashed on takeoff Oct 2, 1951, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Crew of 6 OK.
				65307 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Ogden’
					Named ‘Miss Ogden’.  Named ‘Salt Peter Resistor’	Originally went by the name "Salt Peter Resistor", 
					but was too racy for the command and had the Peter "Censored".  Named ‘Salt Censored Resistor’
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53 
				65308 Delivered to USAAF 23Jan45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Clifton’
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				65309 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Richmond’
					(19th BG, 93rd BS) in landing accident after suffering combat damage at Northwest Field, Guam May 5, 1945.  
					All crew survived but aircraft was salvaged May 31, 1945
				65310 Delivered to USAAF 17Jan45.  (19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed at Fubo Mountain Shichigashuku Village Miyagi, Japan 
					Mar 10, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo due to bad weather.  MACR 13825.  All 12 crew killed. 
				65311 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan45
					(29th BG, 6th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean during mission to Tokyo Mar 10, 1945.  All 11 crew survived
					and were rescued.
				65312 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Named ‘City of Denison’.  Named ‘Renton’s Reck’
					(29th BG, 43rd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Yatsu Chiba, Japan Apr 14, 1945 while on mission to
					Tokyo.  MACR 14284.  All 11 crew killed. Aircraft condemned Apr 25, 1945
				65313 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan45.  Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54 
42-65314		Contract cancelled
42-65315/65383		Martin-Omaha B-29-30-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65316 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan45
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 12Feb45. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Limber Dugan II’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65317 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan45.  Modified to TB-29.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 884th Bomb Squadron, 383rd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS
					Crash landed 10Jun45 due to mechanical failure 2 miles E of Rocky, OK.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 25Jul45 
				65318 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 243rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Assigned to 244th Army Air Force Base Unit, Harvard AAF, NB
					Accident 10Aug45 due to mechanical failure landing at Harvard AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
				65319  Assigned to 243rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Great Bend AAF, KS
					Accident 17Apr45 taxying at Great Bend AAF, KS
				65320 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 246th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pratt AAF, KS
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65321 Delivered to USAAF 30Jan45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65322 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Accident 12Apr45 landing at Pyote AAF, TX.  To reclamation at Pyote, TX Dec 21, 1949
				65323 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65324 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan45.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage of 
					atomic weapons.  Assigned to 323rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan.
					Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65325 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Accident 18Jun45 landing at Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65326 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan45.  Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				65327 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Named ‘Princess Eileen IV’
					(444th BG, 678th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Mount Yamane Ibaraki, Japan May 25, 1945 while
					on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14496.  6 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				65328 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45
					Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Jan45.  Named ‘Eight Ball Charlie’
					Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Modified to TB-29.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Feb57
				65329 Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Reclaimed
				65330 Delivered to USAAF 27Jan45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Battleship’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65331 Delivered to USAAF 30Jan45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Departed CONUS 13Feb45 to Saipan.  Named ‘Arkansas Traveler’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53 
				65332 Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Heat’s On’
					Returned to CONUS – 48 missions
				65333 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Idaho Spud’.  Returned to CONUS – 30 missions.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 4th Radar Calibration Squadron, Hamilton AFB.  Damaged 24Feb53 by a bird strike at Soledad, CA
					Reclaimed at Hamilton AFB, CA 14Sep54 
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK
					Assigned to 4754th Radar Evaluation Squadron, Hamilton AFB, CA 
					To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Jul59. Reclaimed 1Aug61 
				65334 Delivered to USAAF 30Jan45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Crashed at Iwo Jima Jun 3, 1945
				65335 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Betty Bee’
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53 
				65336 Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Assid Test II’
					(462nd BG, 770th BS) shot down by AAA over Kyoto, Japan and crashed at Iseda-cho Kyoto, Japan 
					Jun 5, 1945 while on mission to Kobe, Japan.  MACR 14394.  6 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
					5 died in captivity either by being executed or dying of disease.  One was executed Jul 20, 1945.
				65337 Delivered to USAAF 30Jan45.  Departed CONUS to CBI 10Feb45. 
					Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India. Transferred to Tinian 10May45
					Named ‘Eleanor/Jo’
					(444th BG, 676th BS) Landed at Iwo Jima with major battle damage May 25, 1945 while returning from
					mission to Japan.  Aircraft was salvaged.
				65338 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group 25Feb45
					Named ‘Red Hot Rider’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65339 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45.  Originally assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 497th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group. Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65340 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Damaged by bombs from Japanese aircraft at Isely Field, Saipan Nov 27, 1944.
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53 
				65341 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45
					Originally assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 
					500th Bomb Group [Dec44].  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				65342 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45
					(19th BG, 30th BS) in landing accident Iwo Jima May 10, 1945.  All crew survived but
					aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Oct 31, 1945
				65343 Named ‘Agony Wagon’
					(497th BG, 869th BS) The co-pilot fell out the bomb bay while dropping supplies on a POW camp in 
					China Sept 5, 1945.  MACR 14902.  The plane did not crash.
				65344 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  originally assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam.  
					Named ‘Ball of Fire’
					(499th BG, 879th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Yako Chiba, Japan Apr 13, 1945 while on mission
					to Tokyo.  MACR 14236.  10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				65345 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45
					(498th BG, 874th BS) The aircraft was dropping supplies on a POW camp near Tokyo. The pilot got 
					lost in the clouds and flew into a mountain Sept 4, 1945, all 14 on board killed .  MACR 14900.  
				65346 Delivered to USAAF 13Feb45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS – 38 combat missions.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 14Jul53 
				65347 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Fortunes Follies’
					(9th BG) crashed after takeoff Apr 8, 1945.  The bomber developed engine troubles and crashed 
					into the Pacific Ocean, two miles beyond the end of the runway at Tinian Island, while departing for 
					a mission to Japan. Seven crew died, four were saved  MACR 13713
				65348 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Aircraft was hit by flak over the target on raid on Osaka, Japan Jun 1, 1945 and an engine set afire; 
					last seen losing altitude and headed out to sea. Subsequent report indicated aircraft radioed in 
					distress when 91 miles away from Shino Saki light (about 85 miles south of Osaka).
 					MACR 14593.  7 crew KIA, 4 bailed out and became POW.  All 4 POWs were executed.
				65349 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Pretty Baby’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 5May54 
				65350 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Named ‘City of Muncie’
					(29th BG, 6th BS) rammed by Ki-45 during mission to Nagoya, Japan Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 14232.
					8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				65351 Delivered to USAAF 13Feb45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Korea
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Named ‘Purple Shaft’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				65352 Delivered to USAAF 13Feb45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Forced landing 7Aug45 due to engine failure at Tucson Municipal Airport, AZ
					Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Hot to Go’
					Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 29Dec48 due to weather landing at Moses Lake AFB, WA
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 7Apr51 when the aircraft ground looped during takeoff at Yokota AB, Japan
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Oct54
				65353 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Damaged by fire on the ground at Sculthorpe 6Jun49.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					(98th BW) engine fire and crew bailed out 10 mi w of Wakamatsu, Korea Oct 5, 1950.
				65354 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					To reclamation at Kelly AAF, TX Oct 27, 1950
				65355 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Fairchild AFB, WA
					Crashed 15Feb50 four miles east of Great Falls AFB, MT.  Salvaged May 15, 1950
				65356 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65357 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Damaged by flak and MiG fighters. Returned to US for repair
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan.  Named ‘Shady Lady’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Named ‘Double or Nuthin’’
					(19th BW, 28th BS) shot down by MiGs 10 mi S of Pyongyang, Korea Jan 29, 1953.
				65358 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65359 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65360 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 7Apr45 due to mechanical failure taking off at Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65361 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Guam 3Apr45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Jewett City’
					Named ‘Kick-a-Poo-Joy II’.  Returned to CONUS 31Oct45
					Assigned to 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Named ‘Purple Shaft’
					Accident 22Jan51 landing at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16May54
				65362 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Guam 31Mar45
					Named ‘Tian Long [Sky Dragon]’
					(39th BG, 62nd BS) lost in attack on Tokyo, Japan May 24, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14490.  9 MIA, 2 POW.
				65363 Delivered to USAAF 25Feb45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Akron’
					Named ‘Lady Jane’.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				65364 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Guam 27Mar45.  Named ‘City of Roswell’
					Named ‘Skyscrapper’.  (61st BS, 39th BG) damaged by flak Jun 1, 1945 over Osaka and crew abandoned 
					ship over the uninhabited island Sofu Gan  MACR 14594.  10 of the 11 crew members survived.   
					About two hours after their midday bailout, a Navy PBY amphibious seaplane showed up, but the 
					sea was too rough for it to land. Soon a B-17 appeared and dropped a Higgins boat by parachute. 
					It landed near the radar officer who climbed aboard, started the engine, and, directed by the B-17, 
					picked up the rest of the crew. The boat was stocked with dry clothing and food to see them through 
					a reasonably comfortable night.  The following day the survivors were taken aboard the submarine 
					USS Tinosa. They were transferred two days later to another submarine, USS Scabbardfish, and returned 
					to Guam on June 10. 
				65365  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 29Mar45.  Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Wilmington’.  Named ‘Hell’s Belle’.  Named ‘City of Las Vegas’ renamed by replacement crew
					Named ‘Round Trip Ticket’.  Returned to CONUS 31Oct45.  Named ‘City of Santa Fe’.  Named ‘One Weakness’
					Reclaimed
				65366 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF for Guam 29Mar45.  Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 
					39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Virginia Beach’.  Named ‘Piece of Meanness’.  Returned to CONUS
					Crashed due to engine fire Mather AAF, CA Oct 27, 1945
				65367 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45. Departed Mather AAF for Guam 21Mar45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘Blackjack’
					Named ‘Battlin’ Bitch II’.  Named ‘City of Miami’.  Force landed 10Apr45 at Iwo Jima due to double engine failure.
					Reclaimed at Iwo Jima Jun45.  Returned to CONUS 15May46.  Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 5May54
				65368 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Guam 24Mar45
					(39th BG, 60th BS) ditched in Mariana after crew bailed out due to engine failure and propeller 
					malfunction Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 14249.  One crewman lost, rest picked up by USS Safeguard.
				65369 Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 30Mar45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘Black Sheep’
					Named ‘City of Jackson’.  Returned to CONUS 3Nov45
					Assigned to 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 19Jul48 due to mechanical failure taking off at Biggs AFB, TX
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Crashed and burned on landing at Kadena AB Apr 5, 1951 due to landing gear failure. 	
				65370 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ole Smoker II’
					Named ‘City of Miami Beach’
					Assigned to 20th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Forced landing 10Aug48 due to engine failure at Goose Bay, Newfoundland
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Fifinella’.  Accident 24Mar52 due to mechanical failure taking off from Hickam AFB, HI
					Accident 24Jan54 due to structural failure at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				65371 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Yonkee Dollah’.  Named ‘City of Omaha’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				65372 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				65373 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Guam 29Mar45
					(39th BG, 62nd BS) collided in midair with B-29 44-69881 Jun 20, 1945 and crashed neqr Abe river, about
					150 miles south of Tokyo while on mission to Shizuoka, Japan.  MACR 14833.  All 11 crew killed.
				65374 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				65375 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Crashed 20Jan47 9 miles WSW of Rotan, TX. The aircraft was en-route from Salina, Kansas to Pyote, Texas.  
					A runaway prop fell off, hit the fuselage, cutting off all the controls on the left 
					side.  Everyone was ordered to bail out, but two of the men did not bail out.  
					To reclamation Goodfellow AAF, TX Apr 1, 1947
				65376 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Crash landed 14Mar45 due to mechanical failure at Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65377 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Modified to TB-29Q
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Crashed 4Aug45 15 miles NW of Pyote AAF, TX. The airplane was abandoned in flight after suffering an 
					uncontrollable engine fire. Two crewmembers were killed and seven crew were injured.
					To reclamation at Pyote AAF, TX Aug 21, 1945.
				65378 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65379 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65380 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				65381 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				65382 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Crash landed 10May45 due to mechanical failure 20 miles SE of Tucson, AZ. 
					To reclamation at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ Sep 4, 1945.
				65383 reclaimed.
42-65384/65401		Martin-Omaha B-29-35-MO Superfortress
				Built under licence by Glenn L. Martin Company, Omaha, NB
				65384 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.Assigned to 428th Army Air Force 
					Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM.  Modified to TB-29
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Jul54. Reclaimed 15Feb57
				65385 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 393rd BS, 509th Composite Group.
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan.
					Assigned to 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Redesignated 428th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM Feb46
					Accident 21Feb46 landing at Kirtland AAF, NM
					Crashed 27Jan47 shortly after takeoff from Kirtland AAF, NM. Eleven crew killed, one survivor
				65386 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45
					Assigned to 216th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wendover AAF, UT 
					To the Martin Modification Center, Omaha, NB, for Code Silverplate conversion for the carriage 
					of atomic weapons.  Used to collect a Fat Man high explosive pre-assembly from Kirtland on 28 July 1945 
					and transported to North Field, arriving 2 August 1945.
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group 
					Reported late 1946/early 1947 as operational at Kirtland Field, NM, for use by Code Manhattan.
					Assigned to 428th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM.  Reclaimed Oct54
				65387 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Redesignated 428th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM Feb46
					Crashed 7Mar46 22 miles SW of Rio Puerco, NM. The aircraft was on a practice mission to the Los Lunas 
					bombing range. It released a 10,150 pound Fat Man shape and then disintegrated for unknown reasons and 
					spun in from 32,000 feet. Ten crew died; wreckage strewn up to 16 miles from main portion.
					Salvaged at Kirtland AAF, NM Mar 12, 1946
				65388 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45.  Assigned to 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65389 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX 
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Dow AFB, ME 27Jul54
				65390 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 12Jul49 due to friendly fire 3 miles E of Delle, UT.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Laggin’ Wagon’.  Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 12Oct53 due to structural failure 70 miles N of Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54
				65391 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Accident 28Feb51 taxying at Ramey AFB, PR.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				65392 Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed 
				65393 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Fickle Finger II’.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				65394 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Reclaimed
				65395 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				65396 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65397 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar45.  Assigned to 33rd Ferrying Group, Fairfax AAF, KS
					Force landed 15Mar45 due to fire at Offutt AAF, NB
					Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				65398 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Crashed 12Apr45 due to engine failure 3 miles E of Debarry, TX
					To reclamation at Barksdale AAF, LA Apr 20, 1945.
				65399 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65400 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				65401 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ 27Nov45
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 23Jun51.  Used by the Army Air Forces Motion Picture Unit for 
					training films on the B-29.  Used by the movie studios for war films that needed a B-29
					Appeared in several movies ("Above and
					Beyond", "Wild Blue Yonder")  Languished in the back lot of
					Universal Studios and was going to be scrapped when the nose 
					section was given to Museum of Flight.  The Museum of Flight
					traded it to Vintage Aircraft.  In 2009 was on display at Stockton Field Aviation Museum,
					Stockton, CA.
42-65402/65451		Douglas C-74 Globemaster I
				Only 65402/65415 (MSN 13913/13926) built.  65416/65451 (MSN 13927/13962) cancelled at V/J Day.
				65402 (MSN 13913) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
				65403 (MSN 13914) crashed on training flight Aug 5, 1946.  This aircraft was lost during dive testing in 
					an overloaded condition. Apparently the fabric tore off control surfaces after ballooning.  All crew  
					bailed out safely.
				65404 (MSN 13915) to N3182G, to Aeronaves de Panama as HP-385.  This
					was probably a CIA-backed airline. Crashed near Marseilles, France Oct 9, 1963.  6 killed.
				65405 (MSN 13916) to CL-26 at Wright Field Jul 24, 1946.  Underwent static
					tests to destruction.
				65406 (MSN 13917) converted to YC-124 in 1949, and reserialed CA406 during testing.  First flight Nov 27, 1949.
					Reverted back to 42-65406.  Fitted with R-4360-49 engines with 4-bladed props.  Retrofitted with radome and
					wing heaters before being turned over to USAF for active service.  It was displayed at Wright Field as 
					42-65406 MSN 13917 and was eventually scrapped after being used for fire-fighting training practice. When the museum moved 
					to Wright-Patterson it was too large to move and was donated to the fire department. It is the only C-124 fitted with Curtiss 
					Electric four-blade props which was a carry over from the C-74.  Was never reserialled 48-745
				65407 (MSN 13918) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB 1965
				65408 (MSN 13919) to N8199H Mar 24, 1959 when owned by Akros
					Dynamic.  Was flown to Cuba in an attempt to sell it to the
					new Castro government, to Aeronaves de Panama as HP-367 
					(probably a CIA-backed airline).  Abandoned after the airline
					went out of business in 1963.  Dismantled at Milan, Italy
					Aug 1972
				65409 (MSN 13920) to N3181G in 1956, then to Aeronaves de 
					Panama as HP-379 (probably a CIA-backed airlne).  Appeared
					in the Michael Caine movie "The Italian Job".  Abandoned
					at Milan, Italy in 1969.  Later moved to Turin airport where
					it caught fire while on public display Jun 11, 1970 and
					again on Sep 24, 1970, this time killing two salvage workers.
				65410 (MSN 13921) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
				65411 (MSN 13922) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
				65412 (MSN 13923) to N3183G.  Dismantled at Long Beach,CA in 1964
				65413 (MSN 13924) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
				65414 (MSN 13925) was the only C-74 used during Berlin airlift.  It flew a total of 25 flights and
					carried 446 tons of supplies.  Scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in
					1965.
				65415 (MSN 13296) scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB in 1965
42-65452/65551		Aeronca PT-19A-AE  
				65452 to reclamation at Helena, Ark Mar 20, 1946.
				65453 to RFC at Greenville AAB, SC Sep 27, 1944
				65454 to RFC Sep 3, 1944
				65455 to reclamation Tinker Mar 7, 1948
				65456 to RFC Mar 21, 1945
				65457 to reclamation Helena, Ark Mar 30, 1946
				65458 to RFC at Bush Rield Oct 30, 1944
				65459 to RFC Jan 30, 1945
				65460 to RFC Cincinatti, OH Oct 5, 1944
				65461 to RFC Jan 30, 1945
				65462 to RFC Aug 1, 1944
				65463 to RFC Aug 10, 1944
				65464 to RFC Aug 9, 1944
				65465 to RFC Aug 9, 1944
				65466 to RFC Aug 9, 1944
				65467 to RFC Aug 8, 1944
				65468 to RFC Feb 21, 1945
				65469 to RFC Brookley AAF Jan 11,1 94
				65470 to RFC Aug 8, 1944
				65471 to RFC Aug 8, 1944.
				65472 to RFC Jul 29, 1944
				65473 to RFC Aug 1, 1944
				65474 to RFC Sep 1,1944
				65475 to RFC Aug 8, 1944
				65476 to RFC Mar 31, 1945
				65477 to RFC Aug 10, 1944
				65478 to RFC Aug 20, 1944
				65479 to RFC Ponca City Mar 18, 1945
				65480 to RFC Aug 7, 1944
				65481 to RFC Aug 1, 1944.
				65482 to RFC Fletcher Oct 7, 1944
				65483 to RFC Aug 10, 1944
				65484 to RFC Fletcher Sep 20, 1944.
				65485 to RFC Sep 4, 1944.  Still flying as N52164 by Curtis Kinchen.
					Donated to Hagerstown, MD Aviation Museum, Jan 2007
				65486 surveyed Fletcher Fld, MS May 19, 1944
				65487 to RFC Jelena, Ark Aug 7, 1945
				65488 to RFC at Aug 7, 1945
				65489 to RFC Fletcher Oct 7, 1944
				65490 to reclamation Tinker AAF, OK May 27, 1948
				65491 to RFC Jul 29, 1944.  On civil registry as N3184M.
				65492 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				65493 to reclamation Tinker AAF Mar 9, 1947
				65494 to RFC Jul 29, 1944
				65495 to rFC Oct 5,1944
				65496 to RFC Aug 9, 1944
				65497 to RFC Aug 1, 1944
				65498 to RFC Tuscaloosa Aug 15, 1944
				65499 to reclamation Tinker AAF Mar 9, 1949
				65500 to RFC Aug 2, 1944
				65501 to RFC Aug 2, 1944
				65502 to RFC Fletcher Oct 7, 1944
				65503 to RRC Jul 26, 1944
				65504 to RFC Aug 5, 1944
				65505 to RFC Aut 5, 1944.
				65506 to RFC Jul 26, 1944
				65507 surveyed at Tuscaloosa Apr 30, 1944
				65508 to RFC Aug 26, 1944
				65509 to RFC Jul 26, 1944
				65510 to RFC Jul 29, 1944
				65511 to RFC Fletcher Oct 7, 1944
				65512 to RFC Jul 26, 1944
				65513 to RFC Fletcher Sep 30, 1945
				65514 surveyed Tuscaloosa Jul 29, 1944
				65515 to RFC Aug 14, 1944
				65516 to RFC Aug 10, 1944
				65517 to reclamation Tinker AAF Aug 10, 1944
				65518 to RFC Aug 1, 1944
				65519 to RFC at Tuscaloosa, AL Aug 10, 1944
				65520 to RFC Jul 29, 1944
				65521 to RFC Jul 29, 1944
				65522 to RFC Aug 9, 1944
				65523 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				65524 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				65525 to RFC Fletcher Oct 7, 1944
				65526 surveyed Tuscaloosa, AL Apr 25, 1944
				65527 to RFC Jul 29, 1944
				65528 to RFC Aug 1,1944
				65529 surveyed Tuscaloosa Apr 30, 1944
				65530 to RFC Fletcher Oct 7, 1944
				65531 to RFC Aug 1, 1944
				65532 to RFC Aug 9, 1944
				65533 to RFC Fletcher Sep 30, 1944
				65534 to RFC Fletcher Sep 30, 1944
				65535 to RFC Jul 26, 1944
				65536 surveyed at Tuscaloosa surveyed Apr 25, 1944
				65537 to RFC Fletcher Apr 30, 1944
				65538 to RFC Jul 29, 1944
				65539 to RFC Aug 8, 1944
				65540 to reclamation Tinker AAF OK Mar 9, 1947
				65541 to RFC Fletcher Oct 7, 1944
				65542 to Guatemala Oct 8, 1946
				65543 to RFC Tuscaloosa Aug 11, 1944
				65544 to RFC Tuscaloosa Mar 31, 1945
				65545 to RFC Aug 26, 1944
				65546 to RFC Tuscaloosa Aug 11, 1944
				65548 to RFC Sep 30, 1943
				65549 to RFC Tuscaloosa Aug 11, 1944
				65550 to RFC Fletcher Sep 30, 1944
				65551 to RFC Sep 30, 1944.
42-65552		Schneider Grunau TG-27 
				Impressed civilian sailplane (NX16029).  Surveyed Wickenburg, AZ Nov 9, 1943
42-65553		Volmer Jensen TG-29
				Volmer Jensen J-10 training glider, single prototype of a design intended for military glider training
42-65554		Smith TG-30 Bluebird
				Impressed civilian sailplane (NR19991). Was home-built.  w/o Wickenburg, AZ Nov 8, 1943.  Registration
					N19991 cancelled May 21, 1948.
42-65555		Haller-Hirth TG-28 Junior Hawk
				Impressed civilian sailplane (NC13134).  Condemned at Wickenburg, AZ Oct 10, 1944
42-65556/65576		Cancelled contract
42-65577/65579		Douglas C-32A 
				Civilian DC-2-112 impressed by USAAF.
				65577 MSN 1243 TWA NC13717 impressed by USAAF Jul 22, 1942.  Loaned to
					National Airlines.  To CL-26 Feb 11, 1944 Chicago, Illinois.
				65578 MSN 1293 TWA NC13783 impressed by USAAF Jul 22,1942.  To Braniff Jul 2, 1942.
					Sold to All American Aviation Jul 24, 1944
				65579 MSN 1294 TWA NC13784 impressed by USAAF Jul 22, 1942.  Declared as surplus
					and sold to TACA Airlines Nov 3, 1944.  Delivery not confirmed
42-65580/65582		Douglas C-49H-DO
				Ex American Airlines commercial DC-3s impressed by USAAF
				65580 (MSN 2167) NC21768.  To DSC may 22, 1942 - Operated by Canadian Colonial 
					Sep 22, 1942 and American Airlines Jan 12, 1943. Returned to civil
					registry as NC21768 (American Airlines Apr 15, 1944 - Trans Texas
					Nov 17, 1948 - Tradewinds Aeromotive Inc, San Antonio, TX. Oct 31, 1968 for 
					conversion to DC-3A - Charter Air Center - Florida Airlines, Air South 1974/75 - 
					Various owners/operators until sold to Provincetown Boston Airlines May 21,
					1980). Rr N40PB (May 1980), later N22357.  Sold to Basler Turbo Conversions, 
					Oshkosh, Wi. Jul 24, 2000.
				65581 (MSN 2203) NC21799.  To DSC May 22, 1942, delivered Dec 25, 1942 only
					Returned to American Airlines as NC21799 May 27, 1944.  Crashed 35m W. El Centro, CA. 
					Mar 03, 1946.  Crashed into Thing Mountain at altitude of 4860 feet.  All 25 on board killed.
				65582 (MSN 2205) NC25660.  To DSC May 22, 1942.  Returned to civil registryh as
					NC25660 (American Airlines Apr 9, 1944), then ZS-BTO (Mercury Aviation Services
					Jun 30, 1947), G-AJDC (Private), SE-BWD (Transair Sweden Mar 1953) and UN215 
					(United Nations, Congo Feb 21, 1961). Sold to Air Congo 1965 (probably for spares).
42-65583/65584		Douglas C-49D-DO
				Commercial DC-3s impressed by USAAF.
				65583 ex Eastern Air Lines DC-3-201F MSN 4091 NC28383.  To USAAF Jul 22, 1942.  Returned 
					to civil registry as NC28383 Apr 15, 1944, to TWA *343* Apr 24, 1944.  Crashed
					Jul 2, 1946, Chicago, IL
				65584 ex Delta Air Lines DC-3-357 MSN 3280 NC28343.  To USAAF Jul 22, 1942.  Operated 
					by Braniff May 3, 1943, and United Jun 18, 1943.  Returned to civil registry Jan 31, 1944
					as NC38943 (TWA Apr 26, 1944 -- Wisconsin Central Jan 09, 1951 - North Central *14* 
					Dec 15, 1952 - Various owners/operators). Noted derelict Oasis Airport, FL. Mar 1976 
					and May 1980.
42-65585/66001		Fleet PT-26A-FE
				Fairchild M-62C license built by Fleet Aircraft of Canada as Cornell II for RAF.
				Fleet had its own construction number sequence. The MSNs quoted below are from Canadian Aircraft; they appear to follow a Fairchild 
					system which uses T4x-xxxx so there may be a prefix digit missing. Fleet Aircraft’s own MSN system uses Fx123 which is similar to 
					RAF serials and may be the source of comments relating to the MSN being the RAF serial. 
				65585/65649 to RAF as FV100/FV164, to RCAF as 15001/15065
					65597 (MSN T4-4682) to RAF as FB112 then to RCAF as 15013.  To civil registry as N79398
					65601 (MSN T4-4686) to RAF as FB112 then to RCAF as 15017.  To civil registry as N69659
					65604 (MSN T4-4689) to RAF as FB119 then to RCAF as 15020.  To civil registry as N9754H
					65608 (MSN T4-4693) to RAF as FB123 then to RCAF as 15024.  To civil registry as N67616
					65618 (MSN T4-4703) to RAF as FB133 then to RCAF as 15034.  To civil registry as N39681
					65621 (MSN T4-4706) to RAF as FV136 then to RCAF as 15037.  On civil registry as C-GTCI
					65622 (MSN T4-4707) to RAF as FB137 then to RCAF as 15038.  To civil registry as N49476
					65623 (MSN T4-4708) to RAF as FB138 then to RCAF as 15039.  To civil registry as N68131
					65627 (MSN T4-4712) to RAF as FB142 then to RCAF as 15043.  To civil registry as N58526
					65629 (MSN T4-4714) to RAF as FB144 then to RCAF as 15045.  To civil registry as N49474
					65634 (MSN T4-4719) to RAF as FB149 then to RCAF as 15050.  To civil registry as N79591
					65636 (MSN T4-4721) to RAF as FB151 then to RCAF as 15052.  To civil registry as N49355
					65637 (MSN T4-4722) to RAF as FB152 then to RCAF as 15053.  To civil registry as N67523
					65639 (MSN T4-4724) to RAF as FB154 then to RCAF as 15055.  To civil registry as N58799
					65644 (MSN T4-4729) to RAF as FB159 then to RCAF as 15060.  To civil registry as N67531
					65647 (MSN T4-4732) to RAF as FB162 then to RCAF as 15063.  To civil registry as N49481.
							Flyable at Winchester, VA as N49481
				65650/65724 (MSN T4-4735/4809) to RAF as FV165/FV239, to RCAF as 15066/15140, to Rhodesian Air Training Group
				65725/65749 (MSN T4-4810/4834) to RAF as FV240/FV264, to RCAF as 15141/15165
					65726 to RAF as FV241 then to RCAF as 15142.  To civil registry as N75969
					65729 to RAF as FV244 then to RCAF as 15145.  To civil registry as N9048H
					65731 to RAF as FV246 then to RCAF as 15147.  To civil registry as N9272H
					65734 to RAF as FV249 then to RCAF as 15150.  To civil registry as N9560H
					65738 to RAF as FV253 then to RCAF as 15154.  To civil registry as N9155H
					65742 to RAF as FV257 then to RCAF as 15158.  To civil registry as N69256.  Flyable at Delmar, NJ
					65743 to RAF as FV258 then to RCAF as 15159.  To civil registry as N9227H
					65744 to RAF as FV259 then to RCAF as 15160.  To civil registry as N66506
				65750/65774 (MSN T4-4835/4859) to RAF as FV265/FV289, to RCAF as 15166/15190, to Rhodesian Air Training Group
				65775/65799 (MSN T4-4860/4884) to RAF as FV290/FV314, to RCAF as 15191/15215
				65800/65824 (MSN T4-4885/4909) to RAF as FV315/FV339, to RCAF as 15216/15240, to Rhodesian Air Training Group
				65825/65849 (MSN T4-4910/4934) to RAF as FV340/FV364, to RCAF as 15241/15265.
					65827 to RAF as FV342 then to RCAF as 15243.  To civil registry as N69167
					65843 to RAF as FV358 then to RCAF as 15259.  To civil registry as N9506H
					65846 to RAF as FV361 then to RCAF as 15262.  To civil registry as N9119H
				65850/65874 (MSN T4-4935/4959) to RAF as FV365/FV389, to RCAF as 15266/15290, to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					65850 to RAF as FV365, to RCAF as 15266, to Rhodesian Air Training Group.  Loaned to South African AF
						for trials at Zwartkop Mar/Apr 1944.  Returned to RATG.
					65855 to RAF as FV370, to RCAF as 15271, to Rhodesian Air Training Group.  Loaned to South African AF
						for trials at Zwartkop Mar/Apr 1944.  Returned to RATG.
				65875/65899 (MSN T4-4960/4984) to RAF as FV390/FV414, to RCAF as 15291/15315
					65875 to RAF as FV390 then to RCAF as 15291.  To civil registry as N1234V
					65876 to RAF as FV391 then to RCAF as 15292.  To civil registry as N9279H
						Flyable at Erie, PA as N9279H
					65880 to RAF as FV395 then to RCAF as 15296.  To civil registry as N9273H
					65888 to RAF as FV403 then to RCAF as 15304.  To civil registry as N49468
					65892 to RAF as FV407 then to RCAF as 15308.  To civil registry as N58895
					65893 to RAF as FV408 then to RCAF as 15309.  To civil registry as N58893
					65894 to RAF as FV409 then to RCAF as 15310.  To civil registry as N49473
					65898 to RAF as FV413 then to RCAF as 15314.  To civil registry as N63548
				65900/65924 (MSN T4-4985/4999, T4-6000/6009) to RAF as FV415/FV439, to RCAF as 15316/15340, to Rhodesian 
					Air Training Group
				65925/65949 (MSN T4-6010/6034) to RAF as FV440/FV464, to RCAF as 15341/15365.
					65929 to RAF as FV444 then to RCAF as 15345.  To civil registry as N58898
					65932 to RAF as FV447 then to RCAF as 15348.  To civil registry as N9877H
					65934 to RAF as FV449 then to RCAF as 15350.  To civil registry as N68213
					65935 flying with Commemorative Air Force as N6072C
					65938 to RAF as FV453 then to RCAF as 15354.  To civil registry as N9762H
					65939 to RAF as FV454 then to RCAF as 15355.  To civil registry as N60385
					65940 to RAF as FV455 then to RCAF as 15356.  To civil registry as N79153
					65942 to RAF as FV457 then to RCAF as 15358.  To civil registry as N9278H
					65948 to RAF as FV463 then to RCAF as 15364.  To civil registry as N60283
				65950/65974 to RAF as FV465/FV489, to RCAF as 15366/15390, to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					FV472, FV474, FV484, FV489 lost with SS Dahomian when sunk by U-852 Apr 1, 1944
				65975 to RAF as FV490, to RCAF as 15391, to Royal Norwegian AF Jun 24, 1944 at "Little Norway", Toronto as 271
				65976/65991 to RAF as FV491/FV506, to RCAF as 15392/15407, to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					FV491, FV492, FV493, FV494, FV495, FV496, FV497, FV499, FV501, FV503, FV504, FV505, FV506
					lost with SS Dahomian when sunk by U-852 Apr 1, 1944
				65992 to RAF as FV507, to RCAF as 15408, to Royal Norwegian AF at "Little Norway, Toronto as 269
				65993/66001 to RAF as FV508/FV516, to RCAF as 15409/15417, to Rhodesian Air Training Group		
42-66002/66384		Fleet PT-26A-FE 
					For lend lease to RAF as Cornell II.  This was Contract AC-30110 for 42-66002/66219 (NTU) 
					RAF serials FV517-FV734 were allocated.  The RAF serial allocation runs on to FV899, but there is no
						evidence that any were built beyond FV734.  It is probably not a coincidence that 42-66384 would tie-up to FV899
					Aircraft FV526, FV528, FV529, FV531, FV532, FV583, FV539, FV541,
						FV542, FV543, FV544, FV545, FV547, FV550, FV551, FV552, FV559, FV560, FV566, FV568, FV569, FV581,
						FV587, FV591, FV592, FV593, FV594, FV595, FV596, FV597, FV599, FV600, FV601, FV602, FV603, FV605,
						FV606, FV608, FV609, FV619 were lost with SS Andadyr when sunk by U-129 May 6, 1944.	
					66002/66014 (RAF FV517/FV529) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66015 (RAF FV530) transferred to India
					66016/66017 (RAF FV531/FV532) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66018 (RAF FV533) to RAF
					66019/66033 (RAF FV534/FV548) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66034 (RAF FV549) transferred to India.
					66035/66061 (RAF FV550/FV576) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66062 (RAF FV577) transferred to India
					66063/66082 (RAF FV578/FV597) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66083 (RAF FV598) transferred to India
					66084/66088 (RAF FV599/FV603) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66089 (RAF FV604) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
						No military service.
					66090/66091 (RAF FV605/FV606) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66092 (RAF FV607) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
						No military service.
					66093/66095 (RAF FV608/FV610) transferred to Rhodesian Air Training Group
					66096/66101 (RAF FV611/FV616) transferred to India
					66102/66110 (RAF FV617/FV625) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
						No military service
						66104 to civil registry as N60500
					66111 (RAF FV626) transferred to India
					66112/66115 (RAF FV627/FV630) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
						No military service
					66116 (RAF FV631) transferred to India
					66117/66122 (RAF FV632/FV637) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
						No military service
					66123 (RAF FV638) transferred to India
					66124/66137 (RAF FV639/FV652) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
						No military service
						66124 to civil registry as N58202
						66137 to civil registry as N60508
						66137 to civil registry as N58200
					66138 (RAF FV653) to RAF
					66139/66145 (RAF FV654/FV660) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
						No military service
						66139 to civil registry as N60513
						66140 to civil registry as N60514
						66141 to civil registry as N56217
					66146/66219 Lend Lease to RAF as FV661/FV734
						66147 to civil registry as N73607
						66149 to civil registry as N73327
						66160 to civil registry as N5518N
						66161 to civil registry as N73608
						66173 to civil registry as CF-NOR
						66176 to civil registry as C-FEEC, N7080K, C-GOZW
						66187 (MSN 1070) to civil registry as CF-CVF
						66188 to civil registry as N46836
						66190 (MSN 1073) to civil registry as CF-FXX
						66196 to civil registry as N3053
						66205 (MSN 1088) to civil registry ss CF-CVT
						66209 to civil registry as N26AG, CF-CVE
						66210 to civil registry as C-GATP
						66213 to civil registry as N2424C
						66214 (MSN 1097) to civil registry as CF-CVO
						66215 (MSN 1098) to civil registry as CF-CVP

42-66385		Fairchild UC-86 
				Model 24R-40 NC28502 purchased from civilian owner
42-66386		Lockheed UC-40D 
				Civilian Model 12 Electra Jr. MSN 1250 NC18970 of Phillips Petroleum 
					impressed by USAAF Jul 27 1942.  Back to NC18970, later N18970, then N99K
42-65902/66501		Curtiss P-40K Warhawk.
				Serials cancelled and reassigned as 42-9730/10429
42-66502/66726		Lockheed P-38H-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 1013/1237
				66506 (MSN 1017) with 8th FG, 80th FS, "Porky II" shot down by
					Japanese fighter over Borgen Bay, New Guinea Dec 26, 1943.
					MACR 3146.  Pilot bailed out ver enemy lines and KIA.
				66511 (MSN 1022) with 475th FG, 431st FS w/o when ditched Nov 8, 1943
					in Porlock Harbor, New Guinea.
				66514 (MSN 1025) with 49th FG, 9th FS w/o in landing accident at
					Wards Aerodrome, Port Moresby, New Guinea Aug 16, 1943.
				66516 (MSN 1027)(49th FG, 9th FS) lost in bad weather at New Guinea Oct 13,
					1943. Pilot MIA. MACR 1256.
				66517 (MSN 1028) w/o with 35th FG, 39th FS w/o when ditched 5 mi
					NW of Yule Island near Papua New Guinea Jul 21, 1943 after
					being damaged by Zeros.
				66518 (MSN 1029) 475th FG, 433rd FS w/o Jul 19, 1943 when crashed
					after engine failure at Moreton Bay, Australia
				66523 (475th FG, 432nd FS) damaged by a Zero and forcelanded near
					Tarobi, New Guinea Oct 29, 1943. Pilot evaded for two months, then
					captured and executed. MACR 1193.
				66525 (8th FG, 80th FS) crashed due to engine failure 2 mi offshore
					Kila Aerodrome, New Guinea Aug 23, 1943. Pilot killed.
				66527 (475th FG, 433rd FS) landing accident at Dobodura, New Guinea Nov 24, 1943.
				66530 (475th FG) forcelanded 17 mi S of Brisbane, Australia Jul 5, 1943.
				66532 (35th FG, 39th FS) disappeared on raid on Rabaul Nov 13, 1943,
					probably due to weather.  Pilot MIA.  MACR 3039
				66534 (MSN 422-1045) shot down over New Guinea Jan 18, 1944.  Part of one wing
					and tailplane recovered, registered N66534 Nov 17, 2008!!
				66535 (8th FG, 80th FS) wrecked in taxiing accident at Kiriwana, Salamons Oct 12, 1943.
				66541 (475th FG, 432nd FS) ditched into Huon Gulf near Lae, New Guinea Nov 20, 1943.
				66542 (475th FG, 431st FS) lost in bad weather at New Guinea Sep 8, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 750.
				66544 (49th FG, 9th FS) crashlanded at Horanda, New Guinea Oct 24, 1943.
				66546 (475th FG, 433rd FS, "Charlie Jeanne II") collided in midair with 
					P-38 42-66834 and crashed in Alexishafen area, New Guinea
					Nov 9, 1943.  MACR 1260.  Pilot KIA.
				66547 (475th FG, 432nd FS) right engine failed and crashed at Finschafen, New Guinea Sep 22, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 751.
				66552 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashlanded at Finschhafen, New Guinea Dec 10, 1943.
				66554 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA Jan 18, 1944
				66555 (36th FS) crashed into ocean near Yamai Apr 16, 1944 during infamous Black Sunday mission 
					to Hollanida, pilot killed
				66556 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed Sep 5, 1943
				66558 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashlanded at base Dec 22, 1943.
				66561 (475th FG, 433rd FS) shot down over Oro Bay, New Guinea Oct 17, 1943, possibily by the famous ace Nishizawa.
					MACR 1420.
				66565 (475th FG, 432rd FS) (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashed near Dobodura, New Guinea Nov 15, 1943. Pilot killed.
				66570 (8th FG, 80th FS) crashed due mechanical failure at Kiriwina, Solomons Oct 26, 1943.
				66572 (475th FG, 431st FS) lost during aerial combat SE of Dagua, New Guinea Aug 18, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 752.
				66576 (9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) in taxiing accident at Kiriwina airfield, Kiriwina Island, Miline Bay, Papua
					New Guinea Oct 26, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				66577 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA Feb 14, 1944
				66580 (475th FG, 432rd FS) shot down by Japanese fighters 10 mi E of Finschafen, New Guinea Sep 24, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 753.
				66582 (347th FG, 339th FS) crashed on Guadalcanal Aug 20, 1943. Pilot killed.
				66583 (18th FG, 12th FS) crashed on takeoff due engine failure at Munda, New Georgia Islands, Solomons Dec 6, 1943.
				66585 (347th FG, 339th FS) destroyed by the crashing P-38H 42-66900 at Munda, New Georgia Islands, Solomons
					 Nov 18, 1943
				66589 (475th FG, 431st FS) damaged by cannon fire Jan 18, 1944
				66592 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashed on landing at Lae, New Guinea Nov 8, 1943.
				66593 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA at New Guinea Nov 8, 1943. MACR 1846.
				66595 (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashed into Buma Bay off Cape Sudest, New Guinea Oct 31, 1943.  Pilot killed.  MACR 1192.
				66593 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA Nov 8, 1943
				66596 (475th FG, 433rd FS) MIA Nov 9, 1943.  Collided with Ki-43 Oscar over Alexishafen Airfield.  Pilot KIA.
				66597 (432nd FS, 475th FG) lost Sep 22, 1943, Papua New Guinea.  MACR 751
				66626 (347th FG, 339th FS) collided in midair with P-38 42-66888 3 mi E of Fauro Island,
					Solomons Oct 19, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 810  
				66631 (8th FG, 80th FS) damaged by fighter and later ditched into
					mouth of Sepik River, New Guinea Dec 22, 1943.  MACR 2284
				66636 (475th FG, 433rd FS) shot down 2 mi S of Sigul River Arawe N. B. Dec 16, 1943
				66648 (329th FG, 330th FS) crashed after midair collision with P-38H 42-66691 E of Linda Vista, California
					Aug 18, 1943.  Pilot bailed out but injured.
				66662 (8th FG) shot down by Japanese fighter at Rabaul, New Guinea Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1194
				66665 (475th FG) shot down Nov 2, 1943 3 mi offshore from Rabaul, New Guinea. Pilot KIA
					MACR 1951.
				66666 (475th FG, 431st FS, "Miss Fru Fru")
				66668 (8th FG, 36th FS) MIA near Yamai during infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida
				66669 (35th FG, 39th FS) shot down by enemy aircraft 5 mi E of Rabaul during raid on Rabaul, New Guinea
					Nov 7, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 3038.
				66671 (347th FG, 339th FS) crashed on takeoff at Stirling Island, S of Bougainville, Solomons Jan 7, 1944. 
					Pilot killed.
				66673 (18th FG, 12th FS) wrecked in taxiing accident at Munda, New Georgia Islands, Solomons Dec 24, 1943.
				66691 (With 329th FG, 330th FS in midair collision with P-38H 42-66648 and crashed
					into a house at Linda Vista, California Aug 18, 1943.   Pilot and 3 children killed in the crash
				66699 crashed Jul 8, 1944
				66710 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) crashed in dive at Kangaung Landing Ground, Burma while on fighter sweep 
					from Chittagong May 25, 1944.  MACR 5031.  Pilot killed.
				66711 (80th FG) crashed Mar 10, 1944  from unknown cause 5 Miles SW of Anasikan Airfield, Burma after strafing a train . 
  					MACR 3013. Pilot killed
				66712 (80th FG, 459th FS) bellylanded at Ramu, India Nov 27, 1943.
				66714 (80th FG, 459th FS) lost over mouth of Ganges River, India while on gunnery practice
					mission Nov 21, 1943.  MACR 1208.  Pilot killed
				66719 (55th FG, 38th FS) engine caught fire and ditched into North Sea 50 mi E of Clacton-on-Sea,
					UK Oct 18, 1943.  MACR 1040.  Pilot KIA.
				66723 (20th FG, 77th FS) shot down by Hptm Klaus Mietusch in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 26/III Stab near Luxem, Germany Dec 1, 1943.  
					MACR 1425.  Pilot POW
				66724 (55th FG, 338th FS, "Miss Margaret") left engine failed,
					turned back and was shot down by Fw Otto Schneider in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 11/6 SE o Nordolm, Germany  Nov 13, 1943.  
					MACR 1269.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
42-66727/67101		Lockheed P-38H-5-LO Lightning
				MSN 1238-1612
				66727 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by fighter over Germany Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 1267.
					Pilot KIA
				66728 (1st FG) lost Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 3162
				66732 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by Hptm Friedrich Everle in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/III Stab at Nieuw-Schoonebeek,
					Netherlands Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 1270.  
					Guns recovered 1986; Nieuw-Schoonebeek. 
				66733 (1st FG, 71st FS) in midair collision with P-38 43-28740 near Corsica
					Aug 21, 1944 during forming up after takeoff. 
				66734 (475th FG, 432rd FS) shot down Sep 13, 1943
				66736 (35th FG) lost Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 8633
				66737 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA at New Guinea Nov 16, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 1422.
				66739 (475th FG, 433rd FS) MIA
				66743 (475th FG, 431st FS) shot down Oct 17, 1943 in battle 
					over the coast of New Guinea 
					near Oro Bay.  MACR 1419
				66746 (8th FG) lost Mar 30, 1944.  MACR 4340
				66747 (475th FG, 432nd FS) hit by piece of wing from Tony 
					it has just shot down Nov 2, 1943.  Pilot
					bailed out but MIA.  MACR 1263
				66748 (475th FG, 432nd FS) hit by a falling droptank and crashed near Lae, New Guinea Sep 4, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA.  MACR 965.
				66749 (475th FG, 431st FS) shot down Sep 13, 1943.  MACR 6325.
				66752 (475th FG, 433rd FS) MIA Feb 8, 1943.  MACR 3681
				66760 (TP-38H) crashed at Santa Maria AAF, CA Feb 24, 1945.
				66761 to F-5C-1-LO
				66786 assigned to 33rd PRS and crashed 12 mi W of Davis, OK 
					Mar 7, 1944.  Pilot not injured
				66797 in midair collision with 42-13464 May 4, 1944 over Camarillo, CA.
					Both pilots parachuted to safety.
				66807 crashed Dec 31, 1944.
				66818 (475th FG, 433rd FS) damaged Nov 19, 1943
				66821 (475th FG, 431st FS)damaged by enemy fighters and later
					crashed into Pacific 50-100 mi SW of Rabaul, New Guinea 
					Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1264.  Pilot KIA.
				66823 (45th SRG) bellylanded in New Guinea Aug 29, 1943.
				66825 (475th FG, 431st FS) bellylanded at Dobodura, New Guinea Jan 2, 1944.
				66826 (475th FG, 432st FS, "Hold Everything") damaged by 
					enemy fighters and ditched in swamp in New Guinea 
					Nov 17, 1943.  Pilot returned.
				66827 (431st FS, 475th FG, "Maiden Head Buster")
				66832 (8th FG) MIA near Yamai Apr 16, 1944 during infamous 
					Black Sunday mission to Hollanida.  MACR 4359
				66833 (475th FG, 432nd FS) MIA Sep 20, 1943
				66834 (475th FG, 433rd FS) in collision with P-38 42-66546 
					over Alexishafen area, New Guinea Nov 9, 1943.  MACR 1261.
					Pilot KIA
				66837 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashlanded Ramu Valley Sep 13, 1943
				66838 (8th FG, 80th FS) groundlooped at Jackson Field, New Guinea Oct 29, 1943.
				66841 (MSN 1238-1352) delivered Jul 1943 to 475th FG, 432nd FS.  Named "Satan's Angels"
					Damaged during forced landing at Fieta, near Madang, PNG. Parts salvaged but 
					aircraft remained on site.  Recovered 1992. Impounded by PNG government May 1992. 
					To the National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.  To the Classic Jet Fighter Museum, 
					Parafield, South Australia, May 1999 and restored for static display. 
					In 2014 at RAF Bentwaters, England for further restoration.
				66843 (475th FG, 431st FS, "Old Malarkey") hit by AAA and ditched
					into Wide Bay, New Guinea Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1259.  Pilot
					later returned.
				66849 (475th FG, 431st FS) pilot bailed out S of Cape Gazelle Oct 23, 1943.  
					MACR 1235. Pilot rescued Feb 1944.
				66852 (475th FG, 433rd FS) MIA Jan 23, 1944.  MACR 21?5
				66853 (475th FG, 431st FS) bellylanded at Dobodura, New Guinea Dec 31, 1943.
				66857 (475th FG, 433rd FS) shot down by japan fighter over Rabaul, New Guinea Nov 2, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 1421.
				66860 (347th FG) lost Jan 28, 1944.  MACR 1948
				66862 (347th FG, 339th FS) crashed after midair collision with P-38H 42-66867 near New Caledonia Sep 22, 1943.
				66863 (347th FG, 339th FS) crashed on takeoff at Munda, New Georgia Islands, Solomons Dec 10, 1943.
				66864 (347th FG, 339th FS) shot down by Japanese Zero near Villa LaVella, Solomons Sep 30, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 742.
				66868 (347th FG) shot down by Japanese Zero 10-15 mi W of Torokina, New Guinea Nov 8, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 1089.
				66869 (475th FG, 432nd FS) ditched off Basilaki Island, New Guinea Nov 29, 1943.
				66879 (475th FG, 432nd FS) damaged by 20 mm cannon fire 
					Dec 22, 1943
				66888 (339th FS, 347th FG) collided in midair with P-38 42-66626 over Solomon
					Islands Oct 19, 1943.  MACR 809
				66891 (18th FG, "Tojo Eat Sh*t).  
				66892 (18th FG, 44th FS) shot down by Japanese fighter during
					raid on Rabaul, New Guinea Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1493.  Pilot KIA
				66897 (347th FG) lost Jan 17, 1944.  MACR 1772
				66900 (347th FG, 339th FS) forcelanded near Munda, New Georgia Islands, Solomons Nov 18, 1943.
				66904 (8th PRS, 6th PRG) shot down by fighter in Madang area, New Guinea Oct 8, 1943. Pilot MIA. MACR 794.
				66905 (MSN 1417) with 475th FG, 431st FS crashed due to engine failure
					near Dobodura, New Guinea Dec 4, 1943.  Reported 1979 at National Museum, Port Moresby, PNG.
				66908 (475th FG, 431st FS) crashlanded Oct 17, 1943
				66909 (8th PRS) crashed into sea in Rabaul area Oct 23, 1943. Pilot POW. MACR 1070.
				66911 (35th FG, 39th FS) shot down by Zero 4 mi N of Wide Bay,
					New Guinea Nov 7, 1943.  MACR 3035 and 3037.  Pilot POW.
					MACR 3035 has date of Jul 11, 1943, which is wrong.
				66920 crashed near Burbank, CA Dec 22, 1943. Pilot killed.
				66923 used to test the carriage of two 1000-lb bombs in 1944.
				66938 crashed at Muroc, CA Sep 29, 1944
				66947 crashed at unknown date
				66967 scrapped Ontario, California in 1946.
				66981 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) crashed near Okshitpin, Burma Feb 3, 1944.  MACR 2089.  Pilot bailed out
					and evaded capture.
				66985 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 2 mi W of Tienehu, China Apr 29, 1944. MACR 4510.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				66986 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) lost from unknown cause near Aungban, Burma Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3998.  Pilot killed.
				66988 RAF record card for Hurricane LB564 says the Hurricane was w/o
					near Bangalore Nov 8, 1943 when collided with this P-38
				66990 (80th FG, 459th FS) shot down by Ki-43 Oscar flown by Lt Yohei Hinoki of 74th Sentqi, 3rd Chutai 
					over Rangoon Burma Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1204  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  Pilot died in captivity
					Jan 13, 1945 of malnutrition and dysentery. 
				66991 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 in Anking, China area Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6146.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				66992 (80th FG, 459th FS, 10th AF) shot down by Ki-43 Oscar flown by Capt Yasuhiko Kuroe of 64th Sentai 3rd Chutai
					over Rangoon, Burma Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1203.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				66993 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF ) shot down by Japanese fighter 5 mi SE of Anisakan, Burma Mar 25, 1944.  MACR 3967.
					Pilot killed.
				66994 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Gopalpur, India Feb 19, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				66995 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) collided with P-38J 42-67834 in midair and crased 20 mi Sw of the bridge
					at Myitnge, Burma Sep 3, 1944.  MACR 8159.   Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				66996 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) crashed after hitting a tree while strafing locomotive and cars 10 mi NW of
						Kaunghmudaw, Burma Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 4019.  Pilot killed.
				66997 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) shot down by A6M3 10 mi W of Heho, Burma Mar 11, 1944.  MACR 3014.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				66998 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Nagaghuli airfield, Assam, India May 6, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyedl
				67001 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) rammed by Ki-43 Oscar flown by Sgt Tomesaku Igarashi of 50th Sentai 
					and crashed near Chin mountains, Burma Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5378.  Pilot bailed out but was shot and killed in his
					parachute by Sgt Igarqshi.
				67002 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) shot down by A6M2 20 mi from Mandalay, Burma Mar 25, 1944.  MACR 3968.
					Pilot killed.
				67005 (459th FS, 80th AF, 10th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Chittagong airfield, India
					Dec 12, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				67007 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) crashed from unknown cause in China Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4799.  Pilot
					bailed out and evaded capture.
				67008 (60th FS, 33rd FG) crashed due to engine failure 15 mi S of Myitkyuina Jun 11, 1945.  Pilot bailed out.
				67010 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 near Tatung Lake, 40 mi SW of Hankow, China May 6, 1944.  
					MACR 4730.  Pilot killed.
				67011 (80th FG, 459th FS) hit by a bird and crashed at Kurmitola AB, India Jan 1, 1944. Pilot killed.
				67012 (459th FS, 80th FG) in landing accident at Kurmitola Jan 10, 1944
				67014 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed into hill 3 mi w of Heho airfield, Burma 
					Feb 4, 1944.  MACR 3969.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				67016 (20th FG, 77th FS) shot down by Lt Leopold Munster in
					Bf 109G of JG 3/5 at Wanneperveen, Netherlands Nov 29, 1943, 
					Holland during bomber escort to Bremen, Germany.  MACR 1424.
					Pilot KIA.  Landing gear parts recovered 1981;Belt-Schutsloot
				67017 (20th FG, 55th FS) crashed on takeoff at Wittering, UK Sep 21, 1943.
				67020 (55th FG, 38th FS) shot by Ogfr Wilhelm Krauter in Bf 109G-6
					of JG 1/7 and craqshed into Ijsselmeernear Marken Island,
					Netherlands down during escort mission to Bremen Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1429.
					Pilot KIA
				67021 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by Obfw. Anton-rudolf Piffer in
					Fw 190A-6 of JG 1/2 at Lotte, Germany Dec 22, 1943.  MACR 1533. Pilot KIA
				67022 (20th FG, 77th FS) lost Nov 7, 1943.  MACR 1437. Pilot MIA
				67025 (55th FG, 338th FS) crashed on takeoff at King's Cliffe, UK Dec 19, 1943. Pilot OK.
				67027 (1st FG) lost Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3641
				67029 (154th FG) lost Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10786
				67030 (55th FG, 338th FS, "Janet")
				67032 (20th FG, 77th FS) crashed 10 mi SE of Nuthampstead, UK
					Nov 25, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				67033 (55th FG, 38th FS) shot down by Uffz Hans Fritz in Bf 109G-6
					of JG 3/3 between Losheim es Lanzerath, Belgium Dec 1, 1943.  
					MACR 1430.  Pilot KIA
				67035 (1st FG) lost Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3580
				67036 (95t FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Italy Jan 27, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67038 (20th FG, 55th FS) one engine failed and shot down
					by Hptm Klaus Mietusch in Bf 109G-6 of JG 26/III Stab over
					Oosterschelde off Yerseke, Netherlands Nov 30, 1943.  MACR 1426
					Pilot POW but died in prison camp.
				67039 (20th FG, 55th FS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 over English
					Channel S of Beachy Head, UK Nov 7, 1943.  MACR 1265.  Pilot bailed out but KIA
				67040 (154th FG) lost Nov 18, 1944.  MACR 9867
				67042 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) at Bassingborne.
				67043 (1st FG) lost Feb 25, 1944.  MACR 2570.  Crashed Krk Island, Croatia.  Pilot POW.
				67045 (55th FG, 343rd FS) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 1743
				67046 (55th FG, 38th FS) shot down by Oblt Bucholz in Bf 109G-6
					of JG 1/III Stab Near Strucklingen, Germany Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1427.
					Pilot KIA.
				67047 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by Fw Paul Pfingst in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 1/8 at Haren, SE of Groeningen, Netherlands Dec 22, 1943.  MACR 1534.
					Pilot POW.
				67048 (55th FG, 338th FS) crashed near Saarbrucken (Riegelsberg),
					Saarland, Germany Jan 7, 1944 after dogfight with JG27 ace Maj. Werner Schroer
					near Neunkirchen.  MACR 1747. Pilot POW.
				67049 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by fighter over Germany Nov 13, 1943.  
					MACR 1268.  Pilot KIA
				67051 (55th FG, 38th FS, "City of Aberdeen") shot down by Obfw
					Alfred Miksch in BF 109G-6 of JG 1/8at Hoogeveen,
					Netherlands Nov 29, 1943, Holland.  MACR 1428.  Pilot KIA
					Wreckage and remains recovered 1978; Hoogeveen
				67053 (55th FG, 343rd FS, "Vivacious Vera") damaged over Kiel, on
					return ran out of fuel and crashlanded at Ludham, UK Dec 13, 1943.
					Pilot injured.
				67055 (20th FG, 79th FS) crashed on landing at Croydon, UK Nov 18, 1943. Pilot survived.
				67056 (53rd FG, 343rd FS) damaged by a Fw 190A and crashed at
					Groix Island, France Dec 31, 1943.  MACR 1970.  Pilot POW.
				67057 (55th FG, 338th FS, "Miss Mona") left engine caught fire in flight
					and crashed 1 mi NE of Sutton, Bedfordshire, UK Dec 10, 1943.
					Pilot bailed out safely.
				67059 (55th FG, 38th FS) shot down by fighter w0 mi W of Bremen, Germany Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 1438.
					Pilot KIA
				67060 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 1745
				67061 (55th FG, 343rd FS) collided in midair with Maj. Johannes
					Seifert's Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/II Stab and both planes crashed
					at Cuinchy, France Nov 25, 1943.  MACR 1274.  Both pilots killed.
				67062 (20th FG, 77th FS) entered an uncontrollable dive, broke up and crashed near Corby, UK Nov 18, 1943. 
					Pilot bailed out and slightly injured.
				67065 (1st FG, 27th FS) struck high tension wire and crashed while
					strafing Lavariano (Udine) airfields Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3357
				67067 (1st FG) lost Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3642
				67068 ((6th Ferry Group, 28th Ferry Squadron) crashed on takeoff and destroyed by fire at El Paso Airport, TX Aug 11, 1943.
				67069 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by Fhj Fw Albert
					Lindenschmid in Bf 109G-6 of JG 1/9 near Meppel,
					Netherlands Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1273.  Pilot POW
				67070 (1st FG) lost Apr 6, 1944.  MACR 3700
				67073 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by fighter over Germany Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 1266.
					Pilot POW
				67076 (55th FG, 343rd FS) crashed on takeoff at Nuthampstead, UK
					Dec 29, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				67077 (55th FG  38th FS, "Mountain Ayers") spun in and crashed Dec 16, 1943 near Wakerly, England when returning 
					from escort mission.  Pilot killed
				67078 (55th FG, 338th FS) shot down by Bf 109G fighter near Bremen, Germany Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 1271.
					Pilot KIA
				67081 (20th FG, 55th FS, "Pistol Packin' Mama")
				67084 (55th FG, 343rd FS) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 1744
				67087 (1st FG) lost Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2566
				67090 (55th FG, 38th FS) shot down by Oblt Heinrich Klopper in
					Bf 109G-6/U4 of JG 1/7 at Zwartsluis, Netherlands Nov 29, 1943.  
					MACR 1431.  Pilot POW
				67093 lost Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3509
				67096 crashed on test flight Oct 14, 1943.  Pilot bailed out successfully.
				67097 (55th FG, 343rd FS) shot down by Fw Holz in Bf 109G-6 of
					JG 1/9 at Koekange, Netherlands Nov 29, 1943 during bomber escort 
					to Bremen, Germany.  MACR 1272.  Pilot KIA
				67100 (55th FG) lost Jan 11, 1944.  MACR 1954
42-67102/67311		Lockheed P-38J-5-LO Lightning
				MSN 1613/1822
				67102 modified at Wright Field as experimental night fighter with AN/APS-4 radar
				67105 to F-5C-1-LO.   To UK in Nov 1943 to 8th AF, transferred to 9th AF
					Apr 1944, to 33rd PRS May 1944.  Crashed east of Croydon Airdrome
					May 31, 1944 while on training mission.  Pilot killed.
				67106 to F-5C-1-LO
				67107 to F-5C-1-LO.  With 7th PRG, 27th PRS, crashlanded at Mount
					Farm, England Oct 15, 1944.
				67108 to F-5C-1-LO
				67109 (F-5C-1-LO, 34th PRS)
				67110 to F-5C-1-LO
				67111 to F-5C-1-LO.  (7th PRG) lost Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6992
				67112 to F-5C-1-LO.  With 10th PRG, 34th PRS, crashed near Sorcy,
					France Nov 16, 1944
				67113/67124 to F-5C-1-LO
					67113 (7th PRG, 27th PRS) crashlanded at Mount Farm,
						England Mar 6, 1944.
					67116 (7th PRG) lost Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 8140
					67117 (5th PRG) lost Aug 30, 1944.  MACR 8097
					67118 (7th PRG, 27th PRS) crashed in bad weather at
						Mount Farm, England Mar 16, 1944
					67119 (7th PRG, 22nd PS) crashed near St Malo Jul 24, 1944.  MACR 8139.  Pilot
						killed, nay have succumbed to anoxia
					67121 (7th PRG, 22nd PRS) crashed on takeoff near Mount
						Farm, England Apr 19, 1944.
				67128/67132 to F-5C-1-LO
					67128 (7th PRG) lost Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9254
					67130 (10th PRG, 30th PRS) crashlanded near Rugby,
						England May 15, 1944.
				67134 to F-5C-1-LO.  With 10th PRG, 34th PRS w/o in landing
					accident at Dijon-Longvic, France Oct 29,1944.
				67142 (367th FG, 392nd FS) lost May 19, 1944.  MACR 5367 and 6213
				67152 (8th FG) lost Jan 23, 1944.  MACR 2281
				67154 (18th FG) lost Feb 27, 1944
				67155 (18th FG) lost Jan 18, 1944.  MACR 1780
				67163 (347th FG) lost Jan 28, 1944.  MACR 1949
				67171 (347th FG) lost Jan 17, 1944.  MACR 1779
				67172 (18th FG) lost Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 2823
				67179 (347th FG) lost Jan 17, 1944.  MACR 1775
				67186 (20th FG, 77th FS) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 1859
				67187 (20th FG, 79th FS) lost Jan 4, 1944.  MACR 1858
				67191 (20th FG, 77th FS) lost Jan 4, 1944.  MACR 1860
				67192 (20th FG, 428th FS) lost IJsselmeeer, Netherlands Apr 9, 1944.  Pilot evaded.  MACR 4428
				67194 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 1969
				67198 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Jan 5, 1944.  MACR 1968
				67207 (496th FTG) crashed May 10, 1944 at Tintwistle Knarr, Derbyshire,
					England.  Flew into ground during bad weather.  Pilot killed.
				67215 crashed at Ganstead, UK Jul 5, 1944 due to engine failure.
				67221 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost 3 km W of Meerlo, Netherlands Jan 31, 1944.
				67223 (364th FG, 383rd FS) lost Mar 8, 1944, Netherlands.  MACR 3059.
					Fuselage parts and ammo recovered 1977;Weerselo
				67230 (384th FS, 364th FG) lost near Kranenburg, Germany
					Mar 9, 1944.  Pilot KIA.
				67231 (55th FG) condemned salvage due to battle damage on Mar 9, 1944 mission to Hannover
				67234 to F-5C-1-LO
				67236 to F-5C-1-LO.  With 10th PRG, 34th PRS crashed near
					Oakley, England Apr 14, 1944.
				67237/67247 to F-5C-1-LO
					67237 (10th PRG, 30th PRS) crashed at Crossway Hand
						Farm, England Feb 24, 1944.
					67242 (7th PRG, 27th PRS0 crashlanded at Denain, France
						Dec 23, 1944.
					67243 (3rd PRG, 5th PRS) crashlanded at Firenze-Peretola,
						Italy Apr 20, 1945.
					67245 (7th PRG, 27th PRS) crashed at Elcombe Farm,
						Wroughton, England Apr 6, 1944
					67247 (10th PRG, 30th PRS) crashlanded at Chalgrove, 
						England May 12, 1944
				67248 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67249 (F-5C-1-LO) to France May 10, 1945
				67250 to F-5C-1-LO
				67251 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67252 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67253 to F-5C-1-LO
				67254 to F-5C-1-LO
				67255 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67256 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67259 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67260 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
					67260 (364th FG, 384th FS) engine failed and pilot bailed out over English Channel
					March 5, 1944.
				67261 to F-5C-1-LO.  436th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Ground Accident Sep 9, 1944 at (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England. Pilot Survived. Aircraft Badly Damaged.
					 Unknown if Repaired. (NOTE) Also listed on May 25, 1944 crashed northwest of (RAF Rattlesden Airfield) Station USAAF-126 Suffolk England 
					due to engine failure. Pilot was killed. Aircraft was destroyed

				67262 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67263 to F-5C-1-LO.  With 5th PRG, shot down by German fighter
					near Leupden Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 7630.
				67264 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO.
					434th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Shot down by AAA at Haltern 9 km West of Dulmen, Germany while on a fighter sweep to Nijmegen Holland.
					 Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 9249.
				67265 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67267 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67273 to F-5C-1-LO
				67279 to F-5C-1-LO
				67285 was to have been converted to F-5C-1-LO but remained P-38J-5-LO
				67286 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) crashed near Chindwin, Burma Jul 2, 1944 after right engine caught
					fire.  MACR 6137.  Pilot bailed out believe was killed.
				67289 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) crashed in NW corner of West Tien Chih Lake near Chengkung airfield
					(A-15), Yunnan, China Apr 18, 1945 after left engine caught fire.  MACR 14304. Pilot bailed out
					but landed in the water and drowned.
				67291 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) crashed near Kyaikto, Burma Nov 19, 1944 after caught fire while on
					B-24 bomber escort mission to Mokpalin, Burma.  MACR 9927.  Pilot killed.
				67292 (459th FS, 80th FG) in takeoff accident at Chittagong AB, India Oct 5, 1944.
				67293 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) collided with another aircraft in midair at Tezgaon, India and
					crashed Oct 22, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				67295 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 near Tatung Lake, 40 mi SW of Hankow, China
					May 6, 1944.  MACR 4731.  Pilot killed.
				67296 434th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Shot down Aug 18, 1944 by AAA at Nancy France while on a bomber escort mission to Nancy Essey France. 
					Aircraft flipped over on its back and crashed into the corner of a two story brick house and exploded on Impact. Pilot was killed.  MACR 8118
				67301 (55th FG, 38th FS, "Mississippi Mudcat") lost Son and Breugel, Netherlands Jan 31, 1944.
					MACR 2109
				67302 (364th FG) lost in North Sea Apr 15, 1944.  Pilot MIA
				67310 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 20 mi W of Kraljevo, Yugoslavia Aug 19, 1944.
					MACR 7681.  Pilot killed.
42-67312/67401		Lockheed F-5B-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 1823/1912
				67312 to 33rd PRS and crashed at Will Rogers Field, OK Mar 7, 1944.  Pilot
					injured.
				67318 in midair collision with RAF Halifax, embedding one of the Halifax's fins
					in the Lightning's port wing and bending starboard wing back by 26 degrees.
					Starboard engine froze but pilot was able to get the plane on the ground.
				67325 shot down by AAA near Munich Apr 12, 1944, Wing Commander Warburton on board.
				67329 (17th PRS, 4th PRG) lost Apr 18, 1943, Solomon Islands.  MACR 3997
				67331 (7th PRG, 27th PRS) lost Huissen, Netherlands Sep 25, 1944.
				67342 (7th PRG, 27th PRS, "Double Trouble") lost S of Breskens, Netherlands Sep 19, 1944.
					MACR 9168.  Pilot evaded.
				67350 (F-5A, 26th PRS, 6th PRG) in collision with B-25D 41-30337 while
					landing at Saidor during infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida.
				67362 (7th PRG  13th PRS) lost in a landing accident on Jan 21, 1944 
				67366 (7th PRG, 27th PRS) lost Veldhoven, Netherlands Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5491.
				67378 (7th PRG  13th PRS) lost on Jan 19, 1944.  Pilot was killed attempting a landing in bad weather.
				67388 (21st PRS) lost Dec 17, 1944 with pilot bailing out in weather
                                 due to fuel exhaustion, he walked back to the station on 15 Jan 1945.  MACR 10625
42-67402/68191		Lockheed P-38J-10-LO Lightning
				MSN 1913/2702
				67402 used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight
				67404 (364th FG, 77th FS) lost Feb 29, 1944, Holland.  MACR 2745.
					Wreckage & remains recovered 1974:Giethoorn
				67446 (14th FG) lost over Austria May 24, 1944.  MACR 5186.
				67450 "Eze Does It" with 20th FG
				67452 436th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Crashed Jun 20, 1944 at Ottersberg 18 km N of Rotenburg Germany after right engine failed and caught fire while on a bomber escort mission 
					to Hannover, Germany. Aircraft went into a spin and crashed. Pilot bailed out and became POW. MACR 5967
				67472 434th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Crashed Sep 6, 1944 from unknown cause 2 Miles West of (RAF Wendling Airfield) Station USAAF-118 Norfolk England. 
					Pilot survived. Aircraft destroyed by fire.
				67477 w/o in crash at North Wood, England.  Date ?
				67480 (310th Ferry Squadron, 27th ATG) crashed Dec 11, 1943 due to
					failure of both engines near Cronkstone Grange between Buxton and
					Ashborne, England in the Peak District.  Aircraft struck a
					wall at the end of the field, caught fire, and was destroyed.
					Pilot OK
				67484 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Jan 29, 1944, Rougham AB, UK.
				67485 seen in a scrapyard near Blackpool, UK in 1963.
				67488 fitted with Rolls Royce Merlin engines by Rolls Royce at
					Hucknall, England May 1944.  Performance greatly improved
					but project stopped by authorities in Washington.
				67489 (20th FG, 55th FS) crashed on takeoff at Kingscliffe,
					UK Dec 31, 1943.  Pilot killed
				67490 (MSN 2001) on civil registry as N138BB
				67494 (55th FG, 38th FS) developed fuel leak on takeoff, fuel 
					poured into supercharger, caught fire, and plane crshed
					at Nuthampstead, UK Dec 26, 1943.  Pilot unhurt.
				67498 lost control and crashed near Walsham le Willows, UK
					Dec 30, 1943.
				67520 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost Hulst, Netherlands Jan 24, 1944.  MACR 2111.  Pilot POW.
				67529 to F-5C-1-LO
				67530 to F-5C-1-LO
				67531 to F-5C-1-LO
				67532 to F-5C-1-LO
				67534/67542 to F-5C-1-LO
				67543 to F-5C-1-LO.  Recovered from Yukon, OK and reported
					ca 1987 stored at Chino for restoration.  On civil registry as N3145X.  Went to 
					The Fighter Collection at Duxford, England but retained registration NX3145X.  Crashed Jul 14, 
					1996 during an air show at Duxford, killing the pilot. Still current as N3145X
				67544/67550 to F-5C-1-LO
					67550 (7th PRG, 27th PRS) crashed on takeoff at Mount Farm, England Sep 8, 1944.
				67552/67565 to F-5C-1-LO
				67566 to F-5C-1-LO
				67567/67569 to F-5C-1-LO
					67569 (10th PRG, 31st PRS) crashed at Brighton, England Jun 8, 1944
				67572 (F-5C-1-LO) crashed near Rush Springs, OK Jan 14, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				67573/67577 to F-5C-1-LO
					67574 to NX49721 1946. Race #51 ‘Connie Special’ then race #64 ‘Jill’ and race #63. Canx Nov 28, 1955.
				67586 (475th FG, 432nd FS) shot down by fighters Apr 3, 1944 near south end of Sentani Lake
				67588 (8th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF) los from unknown cause over Biak Papua New Guinea whuile on local transition
					flight Sep 25, 1944.  MACR 9459.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				67589 (475th FG, 432nd FS) damaged on ground by P-40 at end 
					of Hollandia strip May 29, 1944.
				67593 (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashed Jun 11, 1944.  Pilot killed
				67594 (432nd FS, 475th FG) MIA near Bogadijm Apr 16, 1944 during
					infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida
				67599 crashlanded 5 mi off Cape Waios Jul 27, 1944.
				67601 (475th FG, 432nd FS) crashlanded Hollandia Jun 1944
				67605 (432nd FS, 475th FG) MIA near Bogadijm Apr 16, 1944 during
					infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida.
				67614 (474th FG) crashed at Cheselbourne, UK May 21, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				67626 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) shot down by Ki-43 Oscar flown by Sgt tomesaku Igarashi of 50th Sentai
					Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5379.  Pilot killed.
				67633 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) hit by machine gun fire while on mission to Tungchang to Pingkiang, China
					Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6145.  Pilot killed.
				67638 crash-landed on Buldir Island, Alaska in 1944.
					Recovered in 1994 by Hill AFB Museum, and is now 
					on static display there.
				67639 (479th FG, 434th FS) crashed 5 mi NE of Lomita Flight Strip,
					CA Mar 12, 1944.   Pilot killed.
				67646 (20th FG, 79th FS, "Kentucky Kernel") lost Hengelo ((), Netherlands
					Jan 30, 1944.  MACr 2102.  Pilot POW
				67650 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost Jan 5, 1944 15 mi S of Kiel, pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 1746
				67653 (474th FG) lost Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 11469
				67655 (554th FTS) converted to 2-seater.
				67659 (474th FG) lost Jun 10, 1944.  MACR 5690
				67661 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Jan 24, 1944.  MACR 2104
				67662 (474th FG) lost Jul 14, 1944.  MACR 7052
				67663 (474th FG) lost May 22, 1944.  MACR 4960
				67665 (20th FG, 79th FS) lost Jan 29, 1944, Laudert.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 2100
				67667 (55th FG  38th FS CG-D)  while on a ferry flight to Duxford Feb 10, 1944 from 78th FG  84th FS
                              struck British field vehicle killing the driver.
				67670 (310th Ferry Squadron, 27th ATG) crashed at Strines Moor, near Leek,
					Derbyshire, England Dec 22, 1943.  Pilot bailed out after
					losing control in cloud.  This was second P-38 lost by the
					same pilot in 11 days.  The other was 42-67480.
				67672 (474th FG, 430th FS) lost Born, Netherlands Sep 17, 1944
				67680 (20th FG, 79th FS) lost Jan 29, 1944, Florsheim-Dahleim,
					Pilot POW.
				67699 destroyed in crash Nov 7, 1944.
				67705 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost North Sea off Hoek v. Holland Mar 3, 1944.
					MACR 2791.
				67711 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost Nuenen, Netherlands Jan 31, 1944.  MACR 2105.  Pilot KIA
				67718 (20th FG, 79th FS) shot down by fighter 2 km N of Saint-Aigna, 20 km XW of Sedan,
					France Feb 11, 1944.  MACR 2159.  Pilot KIA
				67719 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Zeist, Netherlands Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3613.  Pilot POW.
				67720 (55th FG  38th FS) crashed on takeoff 27 Jun 1944.  Pilot mortally wounded, died next day. 
				67721 (55th FG, 338th FS) lost Vorrelveen near Hijken (Dr), Netherlands Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3619.
					Pilot KIA
				67726 (20th FG, 77th FS) shot down by a fighter at Montcornet, 9 km NW of Charleville-Mecieres, France
					Feb 11, 1944. MACR 2289.  Pilot POW.
				67732 434th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Shot down by Messerschmitt BF 109G-6 Jul 6, 1944at Favril 13 km E of Le Cateau France while on a control sweep to 
					Cambrai France. Believed BF 109G-6 flown by Fhj.Fw. Siegfried Donch of JG 5/I. Pilot bailed out and became a POW.  MACR 6788
				67735 (20th FG, 77th FS) lost Jan 29, 1944, Laudert.  Pilot KIA.
				67736 while outbound on combat mission Apr 4, 1944, one engine failed and
					aircraft then damaged by enemy fighter.  Returned to Spanhoe but
					overshot first approach, remaining engine then failed and plane crashed
					into opencast mine.  Pilot suffered minor injuries.
				67738  (55th FG 338th FS) in mid-air collision with another P-38 Mar 24, 1944.   Pilot parachuted and evaded.  
                            	MACR 3385
				67746 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed at Rgoste, Yugoslavia Aug 17, 1944 while strafing target.  MACR 7671.
					Aircraft hit prop wash at low level from aircraft in front of him.  Pilot killed.
				67751 (55th FG) condemned salvage due to battle damage on Mar 9, 1944 mission to Hannover
				67757 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost Ysselsteyn(L), Netherlands Jan 31, 1944.  MACR 2106. Pilot KIA
				67762 (MSN 2273) reported Aug 18, 1946 at Air Force Collection,
					Park Ridge, IL.  In 1960 was in storage at the Paul Garber Restoration 
					Facility.  Originally acquired from Army Air Forces Museum.
					Now displayed at Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, Virginia
				67768 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost Nuenen, Netherlands Jan 31, 1944.  MACR 2110.  Pilot KIA
				67771 (55th FG, 338th FS, "Secret Weapon") hit by AAA and bellylanded S of Warlow, Germany May 21, 1944.
					MACR 4977.  Pilot POW.
				67773 (18th FG, 44th FS) shot down by Japanese fighter during raid
					to Rabaul, New Guinea Dec 25, 1943.  MACR 1496.  Pilot KIA.
				67787 (475th FG, 432nd FS) ditched Jun 16, 1944
				67793 (475th FG, 431st FS) MIA in Noemfoor Island area
				67795 (18th FG  44th FS) written off in a crash on Feb 13, 1945 near Lae, New Guinea.
				67801 (475th FG, 431st FS) shot down Mar 31, 1944.  Pilot KIA
				67802 (475th FG, 431st FS) damaged when nose tire was blown
				67806 (370th FG, 485th FS) shot down during strafing mission on
					train on Simmern-Hermeskeil railway line Oct 12, 1944.  MACR 9536.  Pilot killed.
				67807 (475th FG, 431st FS) damaged when bomb fin lodged in horizontal stabilizer Sep 9, 1944 
				67813 (55th FG, 385h FS) lost Stiphout, Netherlands Jan 31, 1944.  MACR 2107.  Pilot evaded.
				67815 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Vincenzo airfield, Foggia, Italy Oct 25, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67816 (55th FG 338th FS, "Princess Pat") shot down Feb 10, 1944 at 1200 at Ettenbostel. Pilot POW.  MACR 2148
				67821 (20th FG, 79th FS) lost Feb 11, 1944, Irsch
				68823 (20th FG, 55th FS, 8th AF, "Kitty") crashlanded on test flight May 4, 1944.  Pilot and crew chief (two were
					onboard) were uninjured, but aircraft was w/o.
				67828 (20th FG, 77th FS) lost Jan 29, 1944, Laudert.  Pilot KIA
				67831 (20th FG, 77th FS) lost over polder De Beemster, Netherlands Feb 29, 1944.  Pilot POW.
					MACR 2991.  Parts recovered 1992;Beemster
				67833 (459th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) shot down by A6M2 10 mi NE of Kangaung, Burma May 3, 1944.  MACR 4509.
					Pilot killed.
				67834 (459th FS, 80th FG) collided Sep 3, 1944 in midair with 42-66995 and crashed 20 mi Se of the bridg
					at Myitnge, Burma.  MACR 8160.  Also listed as being lost Sep 8, 1944, MACR 8112, which must be wrong.
				67837 (449th FS, 51st FG, 14th AF) shot down by A6M2 near Tatung Lake 40 mi SW of Hankow, China May 6, 1944.
					MACR 4732.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
				67842 (459th FS, 80th FG) crashed near Kyaikto, Burma due to engine trouble Nov 19, 1944. MACR 9926.
					Pilot killed.
				67849 (20th FG, 55th FS) crashed from compressibility dive in UK Dec 28, 1943.  Pilot bailed and survived
					despite serious injury.
				67852 (55th FG, 343rd FS) crashed Feb 15, 1944 on routine training flight.  Pilot killed.  MACR 15200.
				67857 (94th FS, 1st FG, 15th AF) collided in midair with P-38J (unknown) from 82nd FG over Hungary
					Jul 16, 1944.  MACR 7101.  Aircraft crashed, pilot was killed.
				67858 (20th FG, 79th FS) lost 2 km W of Wartena, Netherlands may 24, 1944.  MACR 5285.  Pilot POW.
				67859 (402nd FS, 370th FG) crashed into Ochlon Valley in Black Mountains of England
					Apr 27, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				67860 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2666
				67861 (474th FG, 430th FS) lost Nov 9, 1944.  MACR 10183
				67862 (20th FG) lost in North Sea Apr 12, 1944.  Pilot MIA  MACR 3750
				67863 (55th FG  38th FS) pilot injured Jul 5, 1944 when engine fire caused crash on takeoff.
				67864 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Mar 4, 1944.  MACR 2782
				67865 (479th FG, 434th FS, 8th AF) shot down Jul 27, 1944 by AAA NW of Chartres 9 km E of Romilly-sur-Seine, France 
					while on mission to Amiens France.  Pilot killed.  MACR 7573
				67866 (55th FG, 343rd FS) lost Apr 10, 1944.  MACR 3725
				67867 (55th FG, 338th FS) in apparent midair collision with P-38 Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 5738.  Pilot POW.
				67897 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Vincenzo airfield, Italy Nov 21, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67898 (1st FG, 27th FS) lost in mission near Venice, Italy.  MACR 11538
				67903 (25th BG, 654th BS, 325th Photo Wing) crashed Oct 11, 1944 during practice dogfight,
					Scoulton, Norfolk, UK.  Pilot killed.
				67909 (367th FG, 392nd FS) damaged by blast from own bomb blast and
					crashed in Sonzay, 15 mi NW of Tours, France Jul 31, 1944.  
					MACR 8220.  Pilot KIA.
				67912 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF St Magwan (USAAF 512) Cornwall, England
					Sep 23, 1944. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67913 (311th Ferry Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group) crashed near Hawarden, Wales Feb 12, 1944.  
					Pilot killed
				67915 434th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Taxiing accident Jul 25, 1944 at (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England. Pilot survived, 
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				67929 (20th FG, 79th FS, "Bobcat II") lost Nieuw and St. Joostland, Netherlands May 25, 1944.
					MACR 5284.  Pilot POW.
				67931 suffered structural failure during mock dogfight Jun 28, 1944, tail boom broke off, pilot killed.
				67934 (364th FG, 385th FS) lost 2 km E of Kortgene, Netherlands Mar 22, 1944.  MACR 3374.
					Pilot POW
				67950 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed in Sjenica, Yugoslavia area Nov 15, 1944.  MACR 9894.
					Pilot killed. One engine failed and pilot turned back.
				67959 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed near Munich, Germany due to engine failure Jan 8, 1945.
					MACR 10941. Pilot killed.
				67973 436th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Taxiing accident May 26, 1944 at (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England. Pilot survived. aircraft badly damaged. 
					unknown if repaired.
				67975 (370th FG) lost Jul 23, 1944.  MACR 7021
				67976 (370th FG) lost Oct 20, 1944.  MACR 9786
				67978 (370th FG, 401st FS) crashed near Rouffignac, France Aug 28, 1944.  MACR 8490
					Pilot returned.
				67979 (364th FG, 384th FS) lost Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6255
				67987 (364th FG, 383rd FS) in belly landing and fire at Honington, UK May 2, 1944.
				67988 (20th FG, 79th FS, "Jack") lost between Sassdenheim and Lisse, Netherlands Feb 20, 1944.
					MACr 2338.  Pilot KIA.
				67989 (55th FG 338th FS) shot down by enemy aircraft Mar 18, 1944 near Gottenheim, Germany.  Pilot KIA.
                             MACR 3100.
				68007 (97th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause N of Lake Varano, Italy in Adriatic Sea
					Mar 13, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				68029 434th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Crashed Jul 5, 1944 from unknown cause at Wontignac 3 km SW of the airfield at Cognac Chateau after strafing the airfield while on a 
					fighter sweep to Nantes Seintes France.  Pilot Was Killed.  MACR 6691
				68037 (554th FTS) converted to 2-seater.
				68038 remains noted in UK scrapyard Aug 1950.
				68062 (364th FG, 385th FS0 lost Bunschoterpolder, Netherlands Mar 15, 1944.  MACR 3111.  Pilot POW.
				68066 (20th FG, 77th FS, "Kate's Crate/The Better Half") lost S of Zwolle, Netherlands
					Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 5731.  Pilot POW.
				68076 (55th FG, 38th FS) shot down by AAA at Friedrichskoog, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 4978.  Pilot POW
				68077 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Oid and Nieuw Gastel, Netherlands Apr 10, 1944.  MACR 3616.  Pilot evaded.
				68094 (20th FG, 79th FS) lost Kapelle, Netherlands May 25, 1944.  MACR 5283.  Pilot KIA
				68098 435th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Crash Landed Aug 28, 1944 5 miles NE of Friston Suffolk England after ran out of fuel. Pilot survived. aircraft badly damaged. unknown if repaired.
				68108 "Bobby" with 20th FG
				68112 (96th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Heinrich Thuroff of JG 53/2 N of Budrio, midway
					between Ferrara and Padua, Italy May 2, 1944.  MACR 4643.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				68125 (364th FG, 384th FS) shot down by Fw 190A-8 at Tralau, Germany May 22, 1944.  MACR 5007.  Pilot POW
				68126 (20th FG, 55h FS) lost in North Sea 35 km W of Ijmuiden, Netherlands Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4062.
					Pilot KIA.
				68127 (55th FG, 338th FS) lost Waddenzee, 3 km NNW of Pieterburen, Netherlands Jun 21, 1944.
					MACR 5942.  Pilot POW
				68140 (20th FG, 79th FS) lost Apr 30,1 944.  MACR 4415
				68141 (364th FG, 385th FS) lost Apr 26, 1944.  MACR 4334
				68145 (367th FG, 392nd FS) hit trees and crashed during strafing mission at Traben-Trarbach Sep 15, 1944.  MACR 9108.  
					Pilot and a farmer were killed.
				68147 (497th FG) 434th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Made a wheels up belly landing Jul 15, 1944 at Valencay France after damaged by debris from explosion of ammunition dump 
					while on a dive bombing mission to Cours Bourgea, France. Both engines failed. Pilot survived and evaded capture.  MACR 6780
				68148 (364th FG, 384th FS) lost Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 3894
				68150 (370th FG) lost Oct 18, 1944.  MACR 9538
				68153 (474th FG, 428th FS) shot down by enemy aircraft Oct 13, 1944.  MACR 9541
				68157 (364th FG, 385th FS) lost May 25, 1944.  MACR 5269
				68159 (94th FS, 1st FG) spun in during training flight Oct 25, 1944 Benevento, Italy.  Pilot killed.
				68161 435th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Collided in midair Jun 19, 1944 With P-38J (42-68189) From 435th FS 479th FG and crashed near St. Hilaire, France 
					while on a bomber escort mission to St. Hilaire France. Aircraft went into a spin and crashed. Pilot was killed.  MACR 5968
				68162 (95th FS, 82nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at USAAF 559 Poltava, Ukraine, USSR Aug 4, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				68163 (14th FG) lost Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7188
				68164 (367th FG, 394th FS) shot down by Fw 190As of III/JG-2 E of Cologne/Bonn Oct 20, 1944.  MACR 9780
					Pilot POW.
				68165 (14th FG) lost Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3367
				68170 (20th FG, 55th FS) lost Oxe near Diepenveen, Netherlands Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 5733.  Pilot KIA.
				68177 in wheels-up belly landing Jun 22, 1944 at unknown location.  Pilot OK, unknown if repaired.
				68178 (364th FG, 385th FS) lost Mar 15, 1944.  MACR 3112
				68179 (370th FG) lost May 23, 1944.  MACR 6505
				68181 (20th FG, 77th FS) lost Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3618
				68182 (55th FG, 343rd FS) lost North Sea 15 km W of Katwijk, Netherlands.  MACR 2792.  Pilot KIA
				68185 (370th FG) lost Dec 4, 1944.  MACR 10870
				68186 (370th FG) lost Dec 17, 1944.  MACR 10977
				68187 (364th FG) lost May 3, 1944.  MACR 5017
				68189 435th Fighter Squadron 479th Fighter Group 8th Air Force (RAF Wattisham Airfield) Station USAAF-377 Suffolk England 
					Collided in midair Jun 19, 1944 with P-38J (42-68161) from 435th FS 479th FG and crashed near St. Hilaire, France 
					while on a bomber escort mission to St. Hilaire, France. Aircraft went into a spin and crashed. Pilot was killed.  MACR 5969
(				68190 (370th FG) lost Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8154
				68191 damaged during aborted takeoff at Langford Lodge, England Feb 14, 1944.
42-68192/68301		Lockheed F-5B-1-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-2703/422-2812
				68195 (4th FG) lost Jun 5, 1945.  MACR 14571
				68213 (7th PRG, 27th PRS) lost NE of Grave, Netherlands Sep 25, 1944.  MACR 9229.  Pilot KIA
				68215 (28th PRG) lost over Jaluit Lagoon while on photo mission Aug 14, 1944.  MACR 7243.
					Pilot remains recovered in 1949
				68219 to French Apr 19, 1945
				68220 modified to F-5F-LO
				68223 (MSN 422-2734) listed as the aircraft flown by Antoine de Saint-Exupery when lost July 31, 1944 north of
					the coast from Corsica near the island of Riou.  Belonged to French squadron
					Groupe de Reconnaissance GR II/33 within the 3rd Photo Group.  
					Part of the wreckage was found in 70 meters
					of water March/April 2004.  Tentatively reported that some of the recovered
					parts were those from a Bf 109, indicating that a midair collision might
					have taken place.  41-2363 is also listed as being Saint-Exupery's plane.
				68229 (34th PRS) scrapped Nov 1945.
				68233 to French May 10, 1945.
				68243 (34th PRS) scrapped Nov 1945.
				68250 (10th PRG, 34th PRS) lost May 7, 1944, pilot KIA.  MACR 5535
				68251 (3rd PRG) lost Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 8009
				68253 (10th PRG, 34th PRS) lost May 25, 1944.  MACR 5091
				68259 (67th PRG) lost Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6057
				68265 (7th PRG) lost Nov 6, 1944.  MACR 10231
				68270 (6th PRG) lost Jun 10, 1045.  MACR 12180
				68273 to Armee de l'Air, probably to GR 33
				68274 (6th PRG, 26th PRS) lost SW Pacific Oct 24, 1944.  MACR 9803.  Report
					that it was captured by Germans seems to be incorrect.
				68279 (3rd PRG) lost May 10, 1944.  MACR 4654.
				68280 (34th PRS) scrapped Nov 1945.
				68286 (5th PRG) lost Nov 6, 1944.  MACR 9670
				68288 (15th PRG) lost Oct 31, 1944.  MACR 9589
				68289 (34th PRS) scrapped Spring of 1944.
				68292 (MSN 422-2803) Lend-Lease to France
				68294 (5th PRG) lost Jul 30, 1944.  MACR 7?39.
				68298 to Chinese AF
				68299 (8th PRG) lost Oct 23, 1944.
42-68302/68305		Aeronca XTG-5-AE
				Cancelled contract.  I also have 68302/68303 being a cancelled
					contract for XCG-11 and 68304/68305 being a cancelled
					contract for XCG-12.
42-68306/68335		Gibson Refrigerator CG-4A-GN
				68312 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued.
				68316 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued.
42-68336		Boeing C-73 
				Civilian Model 247 MSN 1951 impressed by USAAF.  Originally to
				United Airlines as NC13360 Apr 26, 1934.  To Wyoming Air Service
				as NC13360 May 1, 1937.  To Inland Air Lines as NC13360 Jul 1, 1938.
				Impressed by USAAF Jun 30, 1942. To Brownsville, TX for commercial use Oct 
				10, 1944.  To Servicios Aereos Panini as XA-DOM Nov 1944.  To
				Aerovias Reformas as XA-DOM (leased).  To Jesse Bristow as N2547B
				Jul 9, 1956.  To International Air Service as N7836B. To V. Inchausti
				as HP-231 in 1957, to HP-260.  Broken up as HP-260 in Dec 1966.
42-68337		Beech UC-43C Traveler 
				Civilian Model F-17D MSN 252 NC19480 impressed by USAAF.  To CL-26 at Langley Field, VA Apr 4, 1944
42-68338		Howard UC-70B Nightingale 
				Civilian DGA-15J NC22422 MSN 543 commandeered by USAAF.  Wrecked at Union, CT Oct 28, 1942
42-68339		Beech UC-43A Traveler 
				Civilian Model D-17R MSN 137 NC17082 impressed by USAAF.  To RFC Oct 6, 1945.
42-68340		Beech UC-43B Traveler 
				Civilian Model D-17S MSN 279 NC20739 impressed by USAAF.  To CL-26 at Langley Field, VA Nov 20, 1942
42-68341/68342		Waco UC-72C 
				Civilian Model HRE impressed by USAAF.  
				68341 (MSN 5153) was NC50857, then NC1252, then NC1252W .  To RFC at at Love Field, TX Dec 28, 1944.
					Still active at Poplar Grove, IL
				68342 was NC31654 MSN 5157.  To RFC at Tinker Field, OK Oct 17, 1944
42-68343/68346		Stinson UC-81K-ST Reliant
				Model SR.10C impressed by USAAF.
				68343 ex NC21124 MSN 5827.  To CL-26 at Hershey School, PA Nov 19, 1944
				68344 ex NC18480 MSN 5804.  to RFC at Reading, PA Jan 24, 1945
				68345 was scheduled for NC26207, but was not taken up.  Later changed to 42-107419
				68346 ex NC22555 MSN 5916.  To RFC at Cimarron, OK Oct 6, 1944.
42-68347/68357		Lockheed C-56B Lodestar 
				Civilian Model 18-40 originally delivered to NEIAF but were impressed by USAAF after aircraft were
					evacuated to Australia in 1942.
				68347 (MSN 18-2102) LT9-07, LT-907, radio call sign VH-CAA.   Was operated by 
					Qantas. Returned to USAAF but SOC to Australia. To Australian Commercial Airways 
					May 1, 1946 as VH-ARZ. To ZK-ANA, to N4632V, converted to 18-50.  To N86K.  Converted to
					18-56.  To N796G, to XA-TAP (not deregisted from US since aircraft was not paid for), to
					N796G.  To N3998S, but NTU.  Cancelled Feb 27, 2013. 
				68348 (MSN 18-2103) LT9-08, LT-908, radio call sign VH-CAB.  Operated by 
					Qantas.  W/o Nov 26, 1943 at Port Moresby.  Returned to USAAF and SOC Aug 31, 1944.
				68349 (MSN 18-2104) LT9-09, LT-909, radio call sign VH-CAC. Operated by 
					Guinea Airways.  Returned to USXAAF Aug 31, 1944.  It served with Australian National 
					Airlines May 1, 1946 as VH-ARY and with New Zealand as ZK-ALZ.  
					W/o Feb 10, 1947 at Palmerston, New Zealand and did not enter service.
				68350 (MSN 18-2109) LT9-14, LT-914 radio call sign VHCAD.  W/o either 
					Jul 14, 1942 or in Jan 1944 at Tennant Creek.  
					SUMAC condemned as excess inventory Aug 31, 1944
				68351 (MSN 18-2120) LT9-16, LT-916 radio call sign VH-CAE.  Operated 
					by Ansett.  W/o Nov 11, 1942 at Archer Field.  SUMAC 
					condemned as excess inventory Aug 31, 1944
				68352 (MSN 18-2121) LT9-17, LT-917 radio call sign VH-CAF.  Operated 
					by ANA.  W/o Apr 23, 1944 at Archer Field.  Returned to SUMAC and SOC Aug 31, 1944.
				68353 (MSN 18-2123) LT9-19, LT-919 radio call sign VH-CAG.  W/o by bombs Aug 17, 
					1942 at Maple.  SUMAC condemned as excess inventory 
					Aug 31, 1944
				68354 (MSN 18-2125) LT9-21, LT-921 radio call sign VH-CAH.  W/o by enemy action  Nov 
					30, 1942 at Dobodura, Buna, Papua New Guinea.  SUMAC condemned as excess 
					inventory Aug 31, 1944
				68355 (MSN 18-2127) LT9-23, LT-923 radio call sign VH-CAI.  W/o by bombs Aug 17, 1942 at
					Maple.  Returned to SUMAC and condemned as excess inventory Aug 31, 1944.  Sometimes
					reported as current as N7001, but that aircraft is MSN 2427.
				68356 (MSN 18-2128) LT9-24, LT-924 radio call sign VH-CAJ.  Operated by
					 National Airlines, Australia.  W/o Feb 26, 1943 at Garbutt, near Townsville, Queensland.  Returned
					to USAAF and SOC.
				68357 (MSN 18-2129) formerly LT9-25, LT-925 radio call sign VH-CAK.  TO RAAF Jul 1942.  To VH-CAK with
					SUMAC diverted to Qantas Airways, Australia.  W/o Mar 15, 1944 at Bundaberg.  Returned to USAAF
					and SOC Aug 31, 1944.
42-68358		Martin B-10  
				Export Model 139 of ML-KNIL M-585 MSN 843 used by escapees 
				from Dutch East Indies to Australia and 
				taken on strength by USAAF.  Salvaged Aug 31, 1944
42-68359/68360		Beech UC-43D Traveler 
				Civilian Model E-17B impressed by USAAF.  
				68359 MSN 144 NC18025 impressed Jul 1942.  Wrecked at Memphis, TN Jun 1, 1943
				68360 MSN 154 NC17066 impressed Jul 1942.  To Central Trade School as CL-26 Apr 6, 1943
42-68361		Spartan UC-71 
				Civilian Model 7W Executive NC17605 MSN 7W-10 impressed by 
				USAAF Jul 7, 1942. To RFC at Cincinatti Oct 30, 1944.
				Had orginally been sold to Bodine Drilling of KS.  Used by Mrs.
				Arlene Davis to a win in the 1939 Bendix Trophy Race at 
				196.682 mph.  Returned.  Still on registry in 2001 as 
				N17605 registered to Dale Barreet of Sant Paula, CA.
42-68362		Lockheed C-36A 
				Commercial Model 10-A Electra MSN 1028 NC14939 impressed 
				into USAAF Jul 9, 1942.  Redesignated UC-36A-LO in 1943.  Returned to 
				commercial use Aug 15, 1945.  To PP-VAS.  Reported as DBR Porto Alegre Mar 7, 1948
42-68363/68373		Boeing C-73 
				Civilian Model 247 impressed by USAAF.
				68363 (MSN 1686) was NC13305 (Boeing Air Transport 1933, United Airlines
					May 1934, Western Air Express Apr 1935).  Impressed by USAAF Aug 17, 1942. 
					To Lineas Aereas Mexicanas as XA-DON Nov 1944. To Luis 
					Struck as XA-DON Nov 1947.  To Efren Ochoa and Manual 
					Expinoza as XB-JEC Dec 1947.   To Lineas Aereas Piche as XA-JAA Jul 1949.
					To Servicios Aereas Chipas as XA-JAA in 1952.  WFU as XB-JAA in 1962.
				68364 (MSN 1947) originally to United Airlines as NC13361 Sep 21, 1934.
					Impressed by USAAF Aug 7, 1942.  To Servicios Aereos Panini
					as XA-FEL Jun 1945.  To Servicios Aeros Panini as XA-DZO
					Jun 1945.  To Aerovias Reformas as XA-DOZ Jul 1949.  WFU as XA-DOZ in 1955
				68365 (MSN 1694) originally to National Air Transport as NC13313
					Apr 27, 1933.  To United Airlines as NC13313 May 1, 1934.
					To Western Air Express as NC13313.  Impressed by USAAF Jul 8, 1942.  
					To Wien Alaska Airlines as NC13313 in 1943.  To OSK Airlines Jul 29, 1944 .  WFU
					as NC13313 in 1946.
				68366 (MSN 1693) originally to Boeing Air Transport Apr 26, 1933 as NC13312, to
					United Airlines May 1, 1934 as NC13312.  Converted to
					247-D Sep 30, 1935.  To Western Air Espress as NC13312.
					Impressed by USAAF Jul 17, 1942.  To Lineas Aereas Mexicanas as XA-DIY
					Jun 15, 1944.  To Luis Struck as XB-JEB Dec 1947.  To
					Juan Tilghman as XA-GUW Apr 1948.  W/o Feb 23, 1952 at
					Mexico City.
				68367 (MSN 1707) originally to National Air Transport as NC13326
					May 26, 1933.  To United Airlines as NC13326 May 1, 1934.
					Converted to 247D Sep 15, 1935.  To Western Air Express
					as NC13326 (leased from United Airlines).  Impressed by USAAF
					Jul 17, 1942.  W/o in landing accident at Allegheny City, 
					PA Nov 17, 1942.
				68368 (MSN 1710) originally to Varney Airlines as NC13329 Jun 2,
					1933.  To Boeing Air Transport as NC13329 Oct 1, 1933.
					To United Airlines as NC13329 May 1, 1934, converted to 247-D Aug 31, 1936.
					To Western Air Express as NC13329 (leased from United
					Airlines).  Impressed by USAAF Jul 8, 1942.  To SK Airlines as NC13329. 
				68369 (MSN 1717) originally to Boeing Air Transport as NC13335 
					Jun 24, 1933.  To United Airlines as NC13335.  To Western
					Air Express as NC13335 (leased from United Airlnes).
					Impressed by USAAF Jul 8, 1942.  To Northwestern Airlines Sep 14, 1942.  
					Wrecked at St. Paul, MN Sep 14, 1942
				68370 (MSN 1715) originally to National Air Transport as NC13333 Jun 20, 1933.
					To United Airlines as NC13333 May 1, 1934.  Converted to
					247-D Sep 19, 1935.  To Western Air Express as NC13333 Jul 1, 1935
					(leased from United Airlines).  Impressed by USAAF Jul 17, 1942.
					To Aero Transportes as XA-FEP Jul 1945.  To Seronaves Michocan in
					1948. WFU as XA-FEP in 1949.
				68371 (MSN 1690) originally to National Air Transport Apr 1933 as NC13309, to
					United Airlines May 1934, General Air Lines Dec 1934, Western
					Air Express Jan 1935).  Impressed by USAAF Jul 17, 1942.  To Lineas
					Aereas Mexicanas as XA-DUX Apr 1945.  To Luis Struck as XB-JEA
					in 1945.  To Juan Tilghman as XB-JEA in 1948.  To Servicios
					Aereos Nacionales as XA-GUV.  W/o Jul 13, 1957.
				68372 (MSN 1682) originally to Pacific Air Transport as N13301 in 1933, to 
					United Airlines Aug 1934. Impressed by USAAF Jul 17, 1942.  To Penn Central 
					Airlines Jun 20, 1943, but probably not used by them as WFU Jun 30, 1943.
				68373 (MSN 1724) originally to National Air Transport as NC13342
					Jul 17, 1933.  To United Airlines as NC13342 May 1, 1934.
					Converted to 247-D Jul 7, 1935.  To Western Air Express
					as NC13342 (leased from United Airlines).  To Pennsylvania
					Central Airlines as NC13342 Dec 1939.  Impressed by USAAF
					Jul 11, 1942.  To Varig Airlines, Brazil Aug 15, 1944.
					To Aero Transportes as XA-DEZ Aug 1944.  To Servicios Aeros Panini
					as XA-DEZ in 1945.  To Aeronaves Caxaca as XA-DEZ in 1948.
					To Servicios Aeros Nacionales as XA-DEZ in 1949.  W/o Aug 26, 1950
					at Veracruz, Mexico.
42-68374/68672		Cancelled contract
42-68674		Howard UC-70D Nightingale 
				Civilian DGA-15P NC14886 (MSN 200) commandeered by USAAF.  Condemned Feb 1943.  NC14886 was
					registered as a DGA-9 with Defense Supplies Corp with MSN 200, cancelled Sep 30, 1942.
42-68675		Fairchild UC-88 
				Civilian F-45 NC16877 (MSN 4013) commandeered by USAAF.  To RFC at Love Field, TX Dec 6, 1944 
42-68676		Waco UC-72A
				Civilian Model ARE NC29376 (MSN 5150) impressed by USAAF.  Wrecked Mar 23, 1943, Hebron, KY
42-68677		Fairchild UC-88 
				Civilian F-45 NC16363 (MSN 4004) commandeered by USAAF.  To CL-26 at New Orleans AAF May 11, 1943
42-68678		Waco UC-72B 
				Civilian Model CUC1 NC2279 (MSN 5064) impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Cimarron Field, OK Nov 8, 1944
42-68679/68684		Cancelled contract
42-68685		Stinson UC-81J-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9E NC17188 (MSN 5257) impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Cincinatti, OH Mar 30, 1945
42-68686		Schweizer TG-2-SW
				Model SGS.2-8 impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Maxwell, AL Feb 16, 1945.
42-68687/68689		Douglas C-49H-DO
				Ex-Braniff DC-3-314s commandeered by USAAF Sep 17, 1942
				68687 (MSN 2179) ex NC21773.  To civil registry as NC21773 (Braniff Dec 1944 - Southern 
					Airlines Jun 19, 1959).  Converted DC-3A and registration changed to N91SA. To N591S 
					(Fairways Jun 1965), PI-C960 (Filipinas Orient May 03, 1965), RP-C960 (Rr Jan 28, 1975). To
					Govmt of the Philippines 1978, no later report
				68688 (MSN 2180) ex NC21774.  Returned to Braniff Airways Oct 21, 1944 as NC21774.
					Sold Sep 1950 to United Transports Inc, Oklahoma City, OK.  Later N169T (Texas Eastern
					Transmission Corp, Shreveport, LA.) then N1690 (Various owners/operators including 
					Academy Airlines, Griffin, GA. 1975 and Lower Valley Aviation, Los
					Fresnos, TX. Feb 26, 1981).
				68689 (MSN 2181) ex NC21775.  Returned to Braniff Airways Jun 21, 1944 as NC21775, 
					converted to DC-3A and sold to LAB Jun 03, 1953 as CB-100, changed to CP-600 Oct 01, 1953. 
					Crashed Nov 03, 1953 nr Sucre, Bolivia.
42-68690		Lockheed C-56C Lodestar 
				Civilian Model 18-07 NC25601 (MSN 2002) Mid Continent impressed by USAAF
					Jul 17, 1942.  To Mid-Continental Airlines Jul 27, 1943 as
					NC25601 Jul 3, 1943.  To N141C Sep 1958.  WFU Oct 1985.
42-68691		Stinson UC-81C-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9C NC21102 (MSN 5368) impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Cincinatti, OH Oct 12, 1944.
42-68692		Harlow UC-80 
				PJC-2 four-seat monoplane NC19981 (MSN 5) commandeered by USAAF.  To CAA Nov 13, 1943.
42-68693/68851		Douglas C-53D-DO Skytrooper
				MSN 11620/11778.  Contract No. AC-26937
				68693 (MSN 11620) delivered Feb 23, 1943.  To Pan American aug 20, 1943 as NC30093.  To YV-C-AVB of Aerovias
					Venozalanos SA Apr 20, 1945.
				68694 (MSN 11621) delivered Feb 23, 1943.  Oran May 14, 1943.  9th AF.  Condemned Jun 6, 1944 AFMSC
				68695 (MSN 11622) delivered Feb 23, 1943.  Oran May 13, 1943.  8th AF.  w/o May 6, 1945 Jarny, France.  
					Condemned May 7, 1945, salvage.
				68696 (MSN 11623) delivered Feb 34, 1943.  Oran May 14, 1943.  Condemned Jul 8, 1944
				68697 (MSN 11624) delivered Feb 25, 1943.  Oran May 13, 1943.  9th AF Mar 15, 1944.  Netherlands/Belgium.  
					Condemned Jan 15, 1947, salvage
				68698 (MSN 11625) delivered Feb 25, 1943 - Oran May 4, 1943 - USA - To RFC May 1, 1945 - NC45397 TWA "364"
					leased Oct 17, 1945, bought 1948 - Beldex Corp Oct 21, 1952 - Kev Coal Co Peabody Coal Co (1957) - CF-WIC Wabush Lake 
					Railway Co Ltd, Montreal, PQ (Wabush Iron Co) registered Feb 14. 1961 - Canadian Inspection & Testing Co Ltd, Montreal, 
					PQ registered Sep 26, 1969 - Millardair Ltd, Malton, Ont registered Jul 2,1970 - Distribution Canabec Ltd, Montreal, PQ 
					Jul 18, 1973 - Gander Avn Ltd, Gander, Nfd (1974) Air Caravane Inc "Le Pouhvayeur" (1977) (registered Nov79) -
					Ladoucair (1981) - wfu Aug80 Dorval (Mar82) Canc Jul83 - N115NA North American Lsg Corp, Omaha, NB registered Nov 1983.
				68699 (MSN 11626) delivered Feb 27, 1943.  Oran May 13, 1943.  9th AF.  Damaged in crash landing Sep 12, 1945 Voisins, France.
					Condemned Mar 14, 1946, salvage
				68700 (MSN 11627) delivered Feb 26, 1943 - Oran May 13, 1943 - USA Nov 1945 - NC86597 Eastern A/L Aluminium
					Co of America, Pittsburgh, PA - N2000A reregistered - N517A reregistered - Voss Eng Co Inc, Callerv, PA (1966) - N471 RF
					Reading Avn Svces Oct 1969 - Flt Safety Inc, Long Beach, CA (Jan 1970) - Sea Q Inc, Oakland, CA Vacation Inc,
					Hollvwood, CA R23Oct74 - HK-2214X Aerotal Ltda, El Dorado (1979).   Crashed on takeoff at Bogota-Eldorado Airport 
					during test flight Jan 24, 1980.  4 crew killed.
				68701 (MSN 11628) delivered Feb 27, 1943 - Oran May 13, 1943 - 9th AF May 31, 1944 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - To RFC
					Nov 2, 1945.  To NC86588 Penn Central Airlines - Capital Airlines Apr 1948 - Continental Airlines "588" - Southern AAV - 
					N87SA reregistered 1954 - N8701 reregistered Oct 1967 - Carolina Acft Corp Oct 13, 1967 - Florida Air Taxi Inc 1968 - 
					N70ORC Red Carpet Flying Svce, Clearwater, FL registered Sep 9, 1975 - Red Carpet A/L Inc - Key West A/L, Boca Raton, FL 
					Jul 30, 1980.
				68702 (MSN 11629) delivered Feb 28, 1943 - Oran May 13, 1943 - 9th AF - To RFC Oct 16, 1945 - NC45399 United Airlines
					"Mainliner Burbank"/"Mainliner Eureka" leased Oct 18, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 UAL Foundation Feb 28, 1953 - Bendix Avn Corp
					(Eclipse Pioneer Div) Feb 26, 1953 for radar research - Bendix Corp Oct 1970 - W P Strube Inc, Marietta, PA (Dec 1970) 
					T L Ind Inc, Pompton Lakes, NJ Jan 1972 - R M Richards, Oklahoma City, OK registered Oct 18, 1973 - cancelled 1976 -
					Sale reported.
				68703 (MSN 11630) delivered Feb 28, 1943.  Oran Jun 5, 1943.  Crashed (315th FRS, 31st ATG) 8 mi N of Warmwell,
					Dorset, UK Jun 4, 1944.  Condemned Sep 2, 1944
				68704 (MSN 11631) Delivered Feb 28,1943.  Assigned to North African theatre of operations, arriving in Oran, Algiers 
					on May 28, 1943. Returned to USA on Aug 22, 1945, and the next month went to Reconstruction Finance Corp Sep 28, 1945. 
					Sold to Continental Airlines as NC61450. In 1954 it was re-registered as N66SA with Southern Airways.  
					Oct. 1967 became N6650 and sold to Carolina Aircraft Corp. In 1974 it was registered N31MS with a lease to 
					Marian Mosquito Control. It has changed hands several times since acquiring this registration.
				68705 (MSN 11632) delivered Feb 28, 1943.  Oran May 13, 1943.  8th AF.  condemned Jan 12, 1945, salvage.
				68706 (MSN 11633) delivered Mar 1, 1943.  Oran May 29, 1943.  USA Aug 10, 1945.  To RFC Sep 1, 1945.  To N45391 with American
					Airlines Sep 5, 1945.  WAA May 29,1 943.  G. C. Shaver NLR
				68707 (MSN 11634) delivered Mar 4, 1943.  Oran May 28, 1943.  USA Jul 19, 1945.  To RFC Sep 1, 1945.  To N13353 American Airlines
					leased Sep 5, 1945.  WAA May 29, 1947.  CAA
				68708 (MSN 11635) delivered Mar 4, 1943.  Oran May 28, 1943.  12th AF.  Shot down by friendly fire Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.
				68709 (MSN 11636) delivered Mar 6, 1943.  In USA.  Damaged Jul 16, 1944 in takeoff accident Bergstrom, Texas.  To RFC Oct 8, 1945.
					NC33317 DPC - American Airlines "F/s Bristol" L "17" Jan 30, 1945 - WAA Sep 24, 1947 - N733A Arctic Frontier A/L (Jun 1948) - 
					AP-ADJ Pak-Air Ltd "Naakee" registered Nov 3, 1948 -N733A R J O'Mara-Westair, White Plains, NY (Jul 1953) - CF-HFT E F O'Mara 
					registered Jul 24, 1953 - N733A Amerada Acft & Equipment Corp Aug 27, 1954 - N2733A Safe Flt Instrument Corp, White Plains, NY -
					Bendix Corp (May 1961) - C D Stoltzfus & Assocs, Coastville, PA (1966) - R M Ward, Indianapolis, IN Nov 1968 - Lease All 
					Data Systems Inc, Kansas City, MO (Jul 1970) - Skvwav Avn Inc, Jackson, MI - Rusk Avn Inc, Kankakee, IL registered Aug 26, 1974 - 
					Stolen in Florida May 1977 - Not recovered bv Dec 1982.
				68710 (MSN 11637) accepted by the USAAF February 26, 1943 - Oran May 28, 1943 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron [E5], 3
					14th Troop Carrier Group, Berguent, French Morocco; Kairouan, Tunisia; Castelvetrano, Sicily; - 
					8th AF Apr 29, 1944.  Saltby, England; Poix, France; Villacoublay, France;   USA Aug 10, 1945 - 
					To RFC Sep 8, 1945.  to NC45370 Frontier Airlines; Continental Airlines - Converted to DC-3.
					Southern Airways May 22, 1956.  reregistered N85SA  1954 - Houston Avn Prods 
					Dec 31, 1963 - Jack Richards Acft Sales Inc, Oklahoma City, OK - R H Prim, Sarasota, FL - Jack Adams Acft Sales Inc, 
					Wales, MS (1966) - Byrne Acft Sales Inc, White Plains, NY (1968) - C. E. Wheeler, McLean, VA Sep 1968 -
					Distribute Aire Inc, Albuquerque, NM Jan 1970 - Avn Materials Inc, Memphis, TN - Zephyr Avn Inc Sep 1970 -
					A Broussard, Waco, TX May 1972 - G Lewis, Baytown, TX Dec 1973 - Teias Avn, Baytown, TX (1975) - R Branch,
					Morresville, IN Mar 1975 - H Gibson, Indiatlantic, FL (Mar 1977) - Sky Diving Inc, Mason, OH
					registered Mar 21, 1978 - S. M. Moran, Marietta, GA, bought Dec 23, 1982 - Rolling Meadows Avn Inc bought Feb 16, 1983
					In 2011 was in storage at Progress Field, Fremont, Ohio.  Current Sep 2016.  Part of the Firestone Air 
					Show at Kings Island, Cincinnati, Ohio; Eugene Damschroder July 22, 1988; donated to Saving Lulu Belle 
					Corporation June 4, 2011; named LULU BELLE; restoration to airworthy condition
				68711 (MSN 11638) delivered Mar 6, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8, 1945.  To Royal Norwegian AF as 68711, code "P".  LN-IAI
					DNL "Nordis" registered Mar 29, 1946 LN-IKI "Einar Viking" reregistered Apr 22, 1949 - SE-BSN ABA/SAS "Einar
					Viking" registered Nov 1, 1954 - Airtaco AB leased Apr 3, 1957 - Linjcflyg Apr 14, 1957 - Transair-Sweden 
					registered Feb 2, 1962 - SAS L summer 1962 - Loadair May 12, 1964 - Transair Sep 17, 1964 - Torair Nov 5, 1964 - 
					Polaris leased Sep 4, 1965 to Oct 5, 1965 - OY-DNP Faroe A/W t/a Fairline D 01 Nov 1966 - wfu Sep 28, 1967 - 
					Dbr Oct 17, 1967 by gale Kastrup - Broken up Jul 1968.
				68712 (MSN 11639) delivered Mar 6, 1943 - 8th AF Nov 29, 1943 - USA Jul 10, 1945 - Stpred - To RFC Aug 25, 1945 - NC45375
					Pan American leased, bought Aug 1949 - Bouquillas Co, Brownsville, TX Mar 8, 1956 - NI01K Walker WI (1966) - Spremich
					Enterprises Inc, New Orleans, LA Sep 1968 - Accredited Ambulance Svce Inc, New Orleans, LA Oct 1970 - Spremich
					Enterprises Inc, New Orleans, LA Jan 1972 - Hawkcye A/L, Ottumwa, IA 1974 - Christier Fl Svces L (1976) - cancelled
					1976 - wfu Thermopolis, WY (Jul 1977) - Royal West A/L, Las Vegas, NV registered Mar 3, 1981 - wfu Las Vegas (Oct81).
					With Museu Asa de Um Sonho, San Carlos, Brazil.
				68713 (MSN 11640) delivered Mar 10, 1943.  Oran May 13, 1943.  8th AF 9th TCC.  w/o Nov 24, 1944 in landing accident Westhampnett, UK.
					Condemned Dec 1, 1944, salvage
				68714 (MSN 11641) delivered Mar 10, 1943.  Oran May 13, 1943.  With 60th TCG, 10th TCS shot down by enemy AAA 6 mi S of Catania, 
					Sicily, Italy Jul 14, 1943. 4 KIA. MACR 1236.  Condemned Nov 8, 1943
				68715 (MSN 11642) delivered Mar 10, 1943.  Oran May 13, 1943.  To RFC Sep 20, 1943.  To NC45395 (Western Airlines)  leased Jul 15, 1946.
					w/o Dec 24, 1946 in crash in poor weather on east slope of Cuyapaipe Mountain at 6120 feet altitude 50 mi E of San Diego, California.  
					All 12 onboard killed.
				68716 (MSN 11643) delivered Mar 11, 1943.  Oran May 28, 1943.  USA Jul 19, 1945.  To RFC Aug 14, 1945.  To N59410 of Pan American World
					Airways, bought Aug 1,1949.  To Cuban AF 209 "Guaimaro" Dec 20, 1954.  E Feb 3, 1955
				68717 (MSN 11644) delivered Mar 13, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Dec 16, 1944 - To NC18667 DPC - American Airlines "F/s
					Douglas" leased Dec 30, 1944 - Mid-Continent Airlines delivered Mar 1, 1946 - Braniff Airlines Aug 15, 1952 -
					LakeCentral Airlines Feb 15, 1959 - wfu Aug 5, 1967 - JH Thompson, San Juan Capistrano, CA (Dec69) - Don Wharton, Wichita, KS - 
					cancelled 1972 - To Indonesia?
				68718 (MSN 11645) delivered Mar 13, 1943.  8th AF Nov 30, 1943.  USA Jul 20, 1945.  To RFC Aug 13, 1945.
					to Continental Air Lines, registered as NC44883, to Southern Airways, registered as N615SA and converted to DC-3A. 
					To Florida Air Lines registered as N6102, next North American Airways, then American Airways Charters. Sold Havanatur (Aero Caribbean) 
					registered as CU-T113, reregistered as CU-T127. Transferred to Aero Taxi, registered CU-T1059 and in 2006 preserved at the Havana 
					José Marti Airport Air Park. WFU and reported scrapped 2008 at Havana.
				68719 (MSN 11646) delivered Mar 13, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8, 1945.  To Cubana de Aviacion as CU-T7.  Crashed in fog Nov 25, 1950 at 
					Holquin, Cuba.
				68720 (MSN 11647) delivered Mar 15, 1945.  Oran May 28, 1943.  Shot down by friendly fire Scoglitti, Sicily Jul 11, 1943.
					Condemned Jul 8, 1944
				68721 (MSN 11648) delivered Mar 15, 1943.  Oran May 28, 1943.  USA Aug 22, 1945.  To RFC Nov 6, 1945.  NC 19428 DPC -
					United A/L "Mainliner Red Bluff" leased May 6, 1946, bought Aug 1, 1949 - UAL Foundation Feb 26, 1953 - Northeast AIL
					"28" Feb 27, 1953 - Tampa Center Inc, Tampa, FL 1967 - Avn Sales & Svce Inc, Ft Lauderdale, FL registered May 23, 1972 - 
					Cancelled 1974 - Sale reported (Jan 1979) (on 1983 FAA register).
				68722 (MSN 11649) delivered Mar 15, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Jan 8, 1945 - NC39544 American A/L "F/s Washington" leased - WAA Oct 5, 1948 -
					Strato-Mart Inc Oct 13, 1950 - John Mack Inc - Northwest Airlines "344" May 22, 1951 - Central Airlines Jun 10, 1958 -
					Frontier Airlines Oct 1, 1967 - Aero American Corp Dec 1968 - YV-C-AVJ Avensa Sep 16, 1969 - N39544 Aero
					American Inc Dec 23, 1969 - N Cay A/W L Air Indies (Jan 1974) - wfu Oct 1976 - Airways Enterprises Inc, N Cay (Jun 1977) - 
					Dorado Wings Inc (Nov 1977) - 01d S Air Svce, San Juan, PR registered Mar 2, 1978 - Derelict in N Cav c/s, San Juan (Mar80) - 
					D G Holyfield, Santurce. PR registered Dec 30, 1980.
				68723 (MSN 11650) delivered 15Mar 15, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Jan 1, 1945 -NC15957 DPC - American Airlines
					"Flagship Bn45" - WAA Sep 23, 1947 - A/L Tpt Carriers, Burbank, CA (1949) - Ozark A/L - N 129D reregistered Mar 1954 - wfu
					Sep 25, 1965 - Carolina Acft Corp May 10, 1966 - Mid America Air Tpt Inc, Chicago, IL Highlands County Land & Title Co,
					Lake Placid, FL May 1969 - Zephyr Avn Inc, Zephyr Hills, FL (1972) - Gam Air Inc, Tampa, FL (1974) - Zephyr
					Avn Inc, (1975) - C Zukowski Jr, Miramar, FL - N23WT Wm Taylor, Ft Lauderdale, FL Feb 1977 - Bahamasair L (Mar 1978) -
					T Grier, Nassau, Bahamas (Jun 1979) - Caribbean Avn Svces, St Croix, Virgin Islands registered Sep 25, 1979 - Derelict at
					Miami.
				68724 (MSN 11651) delivered Mar 17, 1943.  In USA.  Damaged May 12, 1944 in landing accident Grand View AF, Missouri.
					To RFC Dec 16, 1944.  NC33329 DPC - Northwest Airlines "329" leased Apr 1949 - DPC Sep 1949 - Babb Co - 
					Holley Carburetor Co, Detroit, MI 1951 - N3329 reregistered - Westernair of Albuquerque, AZ (1966) -
					N1234W reregisterd Nov 14, 1966 Buckner Inds Corp, Fresno, CA May 1967 - N395F Rayette Faberge Inc, NY Aug69 - 
					N395CG Faberge Inc, NY Oct 1969 - Mission Argyle Productions Inc, Hollywood, CA Nov 1971 - Cary Grant 1973 - 
					Leased Martinet (1975) - N60NR General Electric Credit Co. Menlo Pk, CA Feb 1977 -Rockwell Intl (Nov77) - Cancelled.
				68725 (MSN 11652) delivered Mar 17, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Dec 16, 1944,  To NC49552 of Pan American World Airways Aug 1949.  
					To Air Liberia Mar 1955 as EL-AAZ "Monrovia Star".  Bought
					Mar 1976 by Ethippian Airlines as ET-AGG and WFU Jan 1979.
				68726 (MSN 11653) delivered Mar 18, 1943 - In USA - RF( 16Dec44 - YS-23 TACA de Salvador - YV-AZD TACA de Venezuela -
					PP-AVQ Aerovias Brasil "Piaui" Jun 1946 - REAL Jun54 - Acft Supplies Ink Apr 23, 1959 - N98U Remmert Werner of
					Florida In Apr 23, 1959 - Ft Worth Pipe & Supply Co Apr 27, 1959 - N129AG reregistered Jun 12, 1959 - N1294 E
					Coast Flying Svces Jul 24, 1963 - Acft Charters Inc, Atlanta, GA (1964) Atlantic Coast Lines Railroad Co, Jacksonville,
					Fl 1966 - W B Baime, Northridge, CA1969 - United California Bank, Los Angeles, CA Jan 1970 - D S Gilday. Las Vegas,
					NV (Aug 1976) - Chariot Inc, Las Vegas, NV (Jun 1977) - Anderson & Johnson Corp, Wakeman, OH registered Jan 8, 1979 -
					Derelict Ft Lauderdale (Nov 1979),
				68727 (MSN 11654) delivered Mar 20, 1943.  In USA.  Damaged Jun 21, 1944 in ground accident Alliance, Nebraska.  To RFC
					Jan 1, 1945.  NC14959 DPC - American A/L "F/s Charleston" leased Jan 30, 1945 - WAA 30Oct48 - Pacific Southwest A/L - 
					Giles Co & LeAr Ellen Inc (PSA leased Oct 1951) - N66Y Fairwavs Corp - N7654 reregistered - Oasis Oil Co I - 
					Intl Avn Devel Corp, Walnut Creek, CA k 1966) - Libvan Avn Co leased - Diamond Lsg Corp Oct 1966 (1,AVCO L cont) - 
					N485F reregistered - N3102Q reregistered 1969 Arax A/L, Nigeria L 1971 - ATC Inc, Valleta, Malta registered Jan 11, 1977 - 
					Derelict Hal Far, Malta (Feb77), Broken up - Cancelled Jul 1983
				68728 (MSN 11655) delivered Mar 20, 1943.  8th AF Dec 7, 1943.  9th AF.  With 435th TCG crashlanded after inflight structural
					failure, aircraft struck 3 stone walls on landing on top of Ossums Hill,
					near Grindon, Derbyshire, England Jan 13, 1944.  All 9 onboard OK.
				68729 (MSN 11656) delivered Mar 23, 1943.  In USA.  w/o Sep 20, 1943 in takeoff accident at Lurinburg-Maxton AAB, North Carolina.  
					Crashed into a wooded area after nearly colliding with a glider being towed by another aircraft.  The evasive
					maneuver caused the aircraft to stall and crash. All 25 onboard killed.
				68730 (MSN 11657) delivered Mar 22, 1943 - 8th AF Nov 30, 1943 - USA Aug 8, 1944 - To NC45339 - N62 10B Crane Co,
					Chicago, IL "Jan" (1951) - CF-IAS N D Lambert registered Jul 15, 1955 - N6078C Elton W Rust Co, San Antonio, TX Feb 28, 1957 -
					N50EB registered (1963) - Sidles Co Inc, Omaha, NB - D W Brown, Allianre, NB - N50E reregistered (Mar 1977) - W C Dause, Pope
					Vallev, CA R31 Dec 1879 - R J Belmar, Brownsville, TX. Registered Apr 14, 1981 - Blue Star Avn Inc, Brownsville, TX, 
					registered May 1983.  Reported sold to unknown owner in Venezuela September 2003.
				68731 (MSN 11658) delivered Mar 24, 1943.  8th AF Nov 24, 1943.  USA, Jul 16 1945.  To RFC Aug 14, 1945.  
					To PP-CBX Cruzeiro "Tupi" bought Dec 11, 1945.  Crshed Mar 13, 1948 Serra do Juquen, Campuia, Sao Paulo
				68732 (MSN 11659) delivered Mar 24, 1943.  In USA Survey Mar 23, 1944 Bowman Field, KY
				68733 (MSN 11660) delivered Mar 26, 1943.  Oran Jun 5, 1943.  8th AF.  Condemned Mar 28, 1945, salvage
				68734 (MSN 11661) delivered Mar 25, 1943.  8th AF Nov 30, 1943.  9th AF.  Condemned Jun 7, 1944 AFMSC
				68735 (MSN 11662) delivered Mar 26, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Apr 10, 1945.  Converted to DC-3A and leased
					to Western Air Express and registered NC18645.  Crashed Nov 13, 1946
					near Lebec, CA.  All 11 onboard killed.
				68736 (MSN 11663) delivered Mar 28, 1943 - 8th AF Nov 24, 1943 - USA Jun 20, 1945 - To RFC Aug 19, 1945 - To NC14236
					Northwest Airlines "336" leased Oct 1945 to Nov 1948 - W H Hooper (1953) - T M Murray - Tower Oil & Gas Co, TX (1961) NI,R.
				68737 (MSN 11664) deliveed Mar 28, 1943.  8th AF Nov 29, 1943.  To USA Jul 10, 1945.  To RFC Aug 24, 1945.
					to US civil registry, converted to DC-3A.  Registrations
					NC30743, NC86594 United Airlines "Mainliner Del Monte" and "Springfield" leased Nov 29, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949, 
					UAL Foundatin Apr 9, 1956.  then CC-CBK Cia Nacional de Turismo Aereo May 10, 1956. LADEDO 19588, then finally N784V
					International Sales and Leasing Inc, Renton, WA Mar 15, 1976.   Parthbord Assocs Las Vegas NV Aug 1976.  Chariot Inc
					Las Vegas, NV Jun 1977.  Anderson and Honsnso Corp , Wakeman, OH Jan 8, 1979.  Still registered
					as N784V to SW Florida Regional Veterans Memorial, Inc of Ft Myers, FL, listed as derelict.
				68738 (MSN 11665) delivered Mar 30, 1943 - Oran May 28, 1943 - USA Aug 17, 1945 - To RFC Sep 28, 1945
					"303" leased Oct 26, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 L20Jun51 - United leased Jul 19, 1951 to Dec 17, 1952 - N66W reregistered 1953 - 
					Five O'Clock Enterprises Inc, Sarasota, FL 1966 - Southeastern Beechcraft Inc, Knoxville, TN (Dec 1969) - 
					J P Pons, Vaidosa, NC Nov 1971 - Two Jacks Inc, Olive Branch, MS (Mar 1977) Basler Flt Svces, Oshkosh, WI (Nov 1977) -
					Genesis III Inc, Lubbock, TX (Jun 1979) - Walker Boudwin Constr Co Inc, Reno NV registered Jun 27, 1979 - Basler Flt. Svce. 
					registered Jun83 - Trans Investments Inc, Miami, FL. registered Sep 1983.  To N43XX (1966) to N353MM (2006)
				68739 (MSN 11666) delivered Mar 30, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Dec 16, 1944. To NC15201 American Airlines "Flagship Albany"
					leased Dec 30, 1944.  WAA Sep Sep 23, 1948.  Advance Inds - Mid-Continent Airlines.  N15201 with Braniff Airways Aut 15, 1951.
					Southern Airways Jun 19, 1960.  Reregisteed N95SA (DC-3A-S4C4G).  Miami Aviation Corp 1965.  Reregistered N5955.  
					Fairways May 3, 1965.  Exported to Phillipines Jun 2, 1965.  To Phillippine civil registry as PI-C961.  To Philippines 
					Airlines Feb 21, 1974.  To RP-C961 (1979).
				68740 (MSN 11667) delivered Apr 1,1943.  Oran May 21, 1943.  12th AF.  Condemned Sep 5, 1943.
				68741 (MSN 11668) delivered Apr 3, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Dec 14, 1945.  To Portugal as CS-TDD (Transportes Aereos de
					Portuguesa - TAP), Nov 25, 1958 to Forca Aerea Portugesa as FAP 6152.  W/o Nov 25, 1959 in an accident in Ilha do
					Fogo, Cabo Verde, Portugal.
				68742 (MSN 11669) delivered Apr 3, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Dec 16, 1944 - NC49559 DPC - United Airlines "Mainliner
					Los Angeles" leased Jan 25, 1945 via WAA - Bought Aug 1, 1949 - Kimberley Clark Corp bought May 5, 1950 - N200KC 
					Reregistered Thai Govt E Aug 15, 1958.
				68743 (MSN 11670) delivered Apr 9, 1943 -8th AF Feb 4, 1944 - USA Jul 22, 19445 - To RFC Aug 15, 1945 - To NC45365 TWA
					"340" leased Sep 1, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 - Hemisphere Export Co Feb 1950 - PP-XDE M B Lima & Co bought Nov 1949, 
					registered Feb 17, 1950.  To P-YPY REAL Jun 5, 1950 (for Tptes Aereos Norte do Brasil) - Varig Aug 1061 - cancelled 
					May 29, 1970 - Derelict Sao Paulo (Oct 1973) - B/u Sep 1979.
				68744 (MSN 11671) delivered Apr 8, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8, 1945.  Converted to DC-3A and purchased
					by Pan American World Airways in 1945 and registered as N19916.  Assigned to Cubana
					de Aviacion in 1949 and registered as CU-P172.  On Apr 15, 1961 as CU-T172
					was destroyed at Antonio Maceo International Airport, Sandiago
					de Cuba, supposedly by bomb dropped by CIA B-26B Invader
					during Bay of Pigs invasion.
				68745 (MSN 11672) deliveed Apr 10, 1943 - In USA - NC49543 RFC - United "3543" "Mainliner New Jersey"
					leased Jan 28, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 - re-named "Mainliner Youngstown" - IBM Corp bought Feb 11, 1955 - 
					N705M reregistered - Freeport Sulfur Co, NY - N400S reregistered - Pan Air Corp, New Orleans, LA 1965 - N4003 
					reregistered May 1967 - cancelled 1976
				68746 (MSN 11673) delivered Apr 12, 1943.  In USA.  w/o Aug 27, 1943 in crash 11 mi SW of Garland, North Carolina.
				68747 (MSN 11674) deliveed Apr 1943 - no card -xx - NC33334 DPC - Northwest Aurkubes "334" leased May 1945 - Pan
					American Southern Corp - Hughes Tool Co, Houston, TX (1953) - Storm Drilling Co, Houston, TX 1969 - CC Holt
					Feb 1975 -NI 01SFTricon Intl A/L, Dallas, TX 1975 - Intl Group Corp, Ft Worth, TX ,Mar 1977) - Nevada A/L,
					Las Vegas, NV registered Apr 6, 1979 - Agriculture Farms Inc, Las Vegas, NV Nov 19, 1980. Commercial Acft Inc, Yukon,
					OK registered Jan 1982 - P C Duncan, Ft Lauderdale, FL registered May 1982.  No longer officially registered.
				68748 (MSN 11675) delivered Apr 12, 1943.  Oran Jun 1, 1943.  USA Apr 4, 1944.  To RFC Sep 6, 1945.  To Portugal in 1946 
					as CS-TDE with Transportes Aereosde Portuguesa (TAP).  To Portuguese AF as FAP 6153 in 1958.  Possibly ferried to
					USA Jul 1976 as N9984Q by Visionair
				68749 (MSN 11676) delivered Apr 14, 1943.  Oran Jun 1, 1943.  8th AF.  W/o Apr 16, 1945 in landing accident at Amiens, France.
					Condemned Apr 22, 1945, salvage
				68750 (MSN 11677) delivered Aug 15, 1943 -Oran Jun 1, 1943 - 8th AF - USA Aug 17, 1945 - To RFC Nov 2, 1945 - NC88854
					Delta Airlines delivered Nov 7, 1945 - North Central Airlines (L ex H H Hill) Apr 28, 1958 - Wright Eng (1964) - 
					Galaxy Airlines Nov 29, 1968 - Pinellas Acft Inc, St Petersburgh, FL Oct 1969 - Houston Avn Prods Corp, Houston, TX 1970 - 
					Aidbv-Air Corp, Ethiopia (Dec 1973) - Shawnee Airlines Feb 7, 1976? - N28MA World Gospel Crusades Inc, Upland, CA t/a 
					Mercy Airlift registered Dec 3, 1975.
				68751 (MSN 11678) delivered Apr 16, 1943.  In USA.   w/o Jan 25, 1944 in crash 7 mi NE of Mano, Texas.
				68752 (MSN 11679) deliveed Apr 19 1943.  8th AF Dec 22, 1943. 9th AF.  Missing Jan 23, 1945.
				68753 (MSN 11680) delivered Apr 19, 1943.  To Panagra "P47" Apr 19, 1943.  as NC19470.  Crashed Jan 4, 1945 in sea
					off Chor Limatambo Airport. Peru.
				68754 (MSN 11681) delivered Apr 19, 1943.  Oran May 11, 1943.  9th AF Apr 4, 1944.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  To Italian AF as MM61765
				68755 (MSN 11682) delivered Apr 20, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Dec 16, 1944 - NC17888 DPC - American Airlines "Flagship New Haven"
					leased - Mid-Continent Airlines delivered May 15, 1946, bought Sep 7, 1949 - Braniff Airlines Aug 15, 1952 - Tusco 
					May 20, 1960 Exec Acft Svces Inc, Dallas, TX 1663 - Royal Air Svces Inc, Dallas, TX - XA-SUR Aerovias del Sur SA Sep 5, 1966 -
					cancelled Sep 7, 1969
				68756 (MSN 11683) delivered Apr 22, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Jan 8, 1945 - PP-PBU Panair do Brasil bought Jun 8, 1945,
					delivered Apr 9, 1945 - Nav Acrea Brasileira registered Aug 7, 1958 - PPNAT reregistered Dec 4, 1958 - VASP Jan 28, 1963 - 
					Projeto Rondon - PT-KTY reregistered 1976 - RICO Jan 3, 1980 - Stored dismantled and wingless at Rio de Janeiro/Afonsos in 
					VASP c/s (Aug83).
				68757 (MSN 11684) delivered Apr 24, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Apr 10, 1945.  Converted to DC-3A and leased
					to Western Airlines and registered as NC18646.  Leased to Pan American
					who assigned it to Cubana de Aviacion as CU-P266.  Hijacked and
					disappeared without a trace Oct 22, 1958 on flight from Cao Mambi
					to Moa Bay, Cuba.  Some sources have this plane as crashing
					Nov 13, 1946 near Lebec, CA while leased to Western Airlines and
					then being rebuilt, but this was probably NC18645 (ex 42-68735)
				68758 (MSN 11685) delivered Apr 24, 1943.  Oran Jun 1, 1943.  USA Aug 27, 1945.  To RFC Aug 29, 1945
					Converted to DC-3A (C-47A-DL).  Leased to TWA Sep 22, 1945, registered as NC44997, thn N44997,
					side number 362.  Bought by TWS Aug 1, 1949.  Leeward Aeron Sales Apr 10, 1957.  To North Central Airlines 
					Apr 1957, side number 42.  Sold Sep 1962 to Trans Intl Graubert Avn Inc, Valparaiso, IN.  to Appliance Buyer
					Credit Corp, St Joseph, Missouri 1964.  Southaire Int Memphis, TN 1965.  Horseshoe Devel Corp, Frankln, AZ.
					Beilers Crop Servive, Greenwood, OR Oct 3, 1975.  Sep 10, 1986 to K & K Aircraft as N1FN.  W/o and parted out 
					May 19, 1990 when spraying for gypsy moths with Dimii in over wooded/hilly terrain near Capon Bridge, WV, collided with 
					power lines in a valley area and crashed.  2 crew killed.
				68759 (MSN 11686) delivered Apr 24, 1943.  Oran Jun 1, 1943.  US Aug 9, 1945.  To RFC Sep 1, 1945
				68760 (MSN 11687) delivered Apr 26, 1943 - Oran Jun 15, 1943 - US Aug 4, 1945 - To RFC Oct 4, 1945 - NC45381 Eastern
					Airlines bought Aug 31, 1949 - L B Smith Acft Corp Jun 27, 1952 - Venezuelan AF (1250, 1311 or 1633?) - YV-C-AN' LAV Mar 1972 -
					HK-1338 Taxi Aereo El Lianero 1973 - SADELCA (Soc Aerea del Caqueta) 1975. - Jun 21, 1978 San Vicente del Caguan,
					Caqueta - rebuilt active Feb82.  Converted to DC-3A, NC45381, [Venezuelan A.F.], YV-C-A, HK-1338 currently 
					operated by SADELCA at Neiva, Colombia
				68761 (MSN 11688) delivered Apr 26, 1943.  Oran Jun 1, 1943.  With 314th TCG, 50th TCS lost near Gela, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943 during 
					Operation Husky I, the airborne assault on Sicily after delivering
					its paratroops.  MACR 366.  4 killed.
				68762 (MSN 11689) delivered Apr 27, 1943 - Oran Jun 18, 1943 - US Jul 25, 1943 - To RFC Sep 18, 1945 - NC86544 TWA "307
					leased Oct 17, 1945 - Leeward Aeron Sales Inc Apr 15, 1957 - F Duncan - PP-CES Cruzeiro "Aniquin" bought Sep 23, 1957 - Servicios
					Aerofotograficos Cruzeir Engenhario e Prospecoes leased 1971 - RICO Nov 19, 1975 - WFU Jul 1979 at Manaus Apt - Broken
					up May 1980.
				68763 (MSN 11690) delivered Apr 27, 1943.  Oran Jun 21,1943.  8th AF.  Damaged Oct 1, 1944 in landing accident at Greenham Common, UK
					Condemned Dec 8, 1944, salvage
				68764 (MSN 11691) delivered Apr 8, 1943.  Oran Jun 22,1 943.  12th AF.  Condemned Sep 5, 1943, salvage
				68765 (MSN 11692) delivered Apr 29, 1943.  Oran Jun 18, 1943.  12th AF Jul 27, 1945.  To RFC Sep 18, 1945.  Converted to 
					DC-3A registered to Cruzeiro of Brazil as PP-CBY "Tamoio" bought Dec 18, 1945. 
					On August 26, 1955, hit Caparao Mountain while en route Rio de Janeiro to Caravelas, 
					1 hour after taking off.  Failure to follow flight plan.  4 crew 9 passengers fatal.
				68766 (MSN 11693) delivered to USAAF Apr 30, 1943.  Oran Jun 5,1943.  12th AF Aug 27, 1945.   To RFC Aug 28, 1945. 
					To Eastern Airlines as NC45332 Aug 31, 1949, 
					to L.B.Smith Acft Corp. Mar 24, 1952, to N777K for Ramapo Foundry & Wheel Work, to Reg. N7500A for 
					Triangle Constr Co., toHecht Construction Co, Syracuse, NY.  To Patterson McCarty Lsg Co. 1966, to ICX Avn Inc,
					Washington, DC 1972, to Mercer AIL 1974.  To Pacific American AIL Jun 1977. To John Travolta Nov. 1977, to Travol 
					Air, Beverly Hills, CAun 1979, to M K Wilson Reg. Mar 16, 1980 & then various other owners, last owned by Jeff 
					Swaine, named "Cleo".  W/o when damaged in hurricane Wilma 24 Oct 2005 in Opa Locka, FL.
				68767 (MSN 11694) delivered Apr 30, 1943. Oran Jun 18, 1943.  Condemned Jul 8, 1944
				68768 (MSN 11695) delivered May 3, 1943.  Oran Jun 18, 1943.  Condemned Jul 8, 1944.
				68769 (MSN 11696) delivered May 4, 1943.  Oran Jun 15, 1943.  USA Jul 27, 1945.  To RFC Sep 18, 1965.  
					To United Air Lines "Mainliner Lincoln" as NC86593 leased Oct 19, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949. to N99C with Leeward
					Aero Sales Apr 16, 1954.  Trans Intl Airlines Dec 1956  To Honduras
					AF Apr 2, 1958 as FAH302, later FAH321.  Became HR-AIF and then YV-389CP.
				68770 (MSN 11697) delivered May 4, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 1945.  To Royal Norwegian AF Apr 1945 as 69770, code "R".   
					To LN-IAL DNL "Nordlys" Apr 6, 1946.  To LN-IAL "Erling
					Viking" of Scandanavian Airlines System Aug 1, 1949.   To SE-CFS ABA, leased to Linieflyg, LN-RTE E Riis Flyrederei
					Nor Equipment A/s Apr 14, 1964.  Wideroes Leased Apr 14, 1964, Polaris Air Tpt Leased Jan 10, 1968.  Scrapped Oslo-Fornebu 1971
				68771 (MSN 11698) delivered May 5,1943.  Oran Jul 25, 1943.  USA Aug 17, 1945.  To RFC Nov 2, 1945.  To Government of Mozambique in 1946
					operated by DETA (Direccao de Exploracao dos Transportes Aereos
					or Linhas Aereas de Micambique-MAM) as CR-ABJ named LIBOMBOS. In 1970
					to Portuguese Air Force as FAP 6170.  To Mozambique AF in 1974 as
					6170.  WFU and later scrapped.
				68772 (MSN 11699) delivered May 6, 1943.  Oran Jun 7, 1943.  Egypt Jun 22,1943.  USA Jul 24, 1945.  To RFC Aug 14, 1945.  
					To TWA as NC45364 leased Sep 1, 1945.  To Hemisphere Export Corp Mar 30, 1950. To MB Lima and Cia of Brazil as
					PP-XDI Nov 1949.  To REAL as PP-YPZ  After aborted landing attempt at Vitoria da Conquista,
					Brazil due to unlocked landing gear Mar 6, 1955, the plane made a left turn, hit a pole,
					crashed and burned.  Out of 18 passengers and 3 crew, 1 crew and 4 passengers killed.
					Possible conflict here as reported in 1956 as N44997 of Trans World Airlines
				68773 (MSN 11700) delivered May 7 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8,1945.  converted to DC-3A.  Aug 1, 1945 to AB 
					Aerotransport (ABA) as SE-BAS named "Storken", then
					Aug 1948 to SAS named "Sune Viking".  Sold Nov 1, 1950 to Etat/Direction Gen erale De L'Aviation Civile/ SEFA.
					Exported by Ministere Des Relation Exterieures Cooperation Ed Developpment, Sep 26, 1974 to Hatti Air Inter
					as HH-CN3, to Hatti Air Freight Intl as HH-CNE, stored at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.  In 2004
					restored to flying condition.
				68774 (MSN 11701) Delivered to USAAF May 6, 1943.  8th AF Nov 24, 1943.  USA Jul 8, 1943.  To RFC Aug 24, 1945.
					converted to DC-3A. To Hawaiian Air Lines, reg. NC13437, Leased to Northwest Air 
					Lines, returned to Hawaiian Air Lines. To N84B Beldex Corp, Sold to Owens Illinois Glass Co. registered as N902, Sold to 
					Falstaff Brewing Corp, registered as N503, later to Mayfair Minerals Inc of McAllen, TX Feb 1970.  Registered as N80B 
					for Gen. Aero Sky Sales & Svcs, Oklahoma City, OK 1976.  Reported sold Nov 7, 1980. 
				68775 (MSN 11702) delivered to USAAF May 11, 1943, In UDA.  To RFC Dec 16, 1944, converted to DC-3A, sold to Pan 
					American registered as NC49549 Aug 1949, To Whitbeck Aircraft, Feb 2, 1953 to Chilean Government, then to the Fuerza Aérea de 
					Chile (Chilean Air Force) 1977 as FAC 955.  By January 2008 fuselage is on display Estadio Palestino, 
					(Football Stadium) Santiago, Chile.
				68776 (MSN 11703) delivered to USAAF May 11, 1943. In USA.  To RFC Dec 15, 1944, converted to DC-3A-457, Feb 1945 
					American Airlines bought reg. NC50592, re-reg. NC18663, 
					1946 to FAA (CAA) Region 6 as NC63.  Surveyed for cannibalization Nov 12, 1947;  WFU Apr 3, 1948.
				68777 (MSN 11704) delivered May 12, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Dec 15,1 944.  to DC-3A, NC19118 Pan American leased Apr 25, 1945,
					bought Aug 1949, to N19118, HK-1340 (LACOL Colombia).  Crashed on takeoff
					near Villavicencio-Vaguardia (Colombia) Jun 6, 1985.  Engine failed on initial climb, plane
					collided with trees, hit ground and caught fire. 3 killed.
				68778 (MSN 11705) delivered May 13, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Jan 8, 1945 - SE-BAT ABA "Tranan" delivered Oct 8, 1945,
					registered Dec 19, 1945 - SAS/ABA "Torbiora Viking" Aug 1, 1948 - F-OAIC Haut Comm de France au Cameroun bought Jan 20, 1951 - 
					11705 Cameroun AF "TJXAC" leased 1960/61 - TJ-AAA Govt de Cameroun registered Apr 17, 1961 - Cameroun AF "B" Dec 1973 - 11705
					"TUVAB" Ivory Coast AF (1974).
				68779 (MSN 11706) delivered May 13, 1943 - 8th AF Nov 24, 1943 - USA Jul 19, 1945 - To RFC Aug 15, 1945 - NC44991 RFC -
					United Airlines "Mainliner Walla Walla"/"3991" leased Oct 7, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 - Studebaker-Packard Corp 
					Jan 30, 1956 - F-BGXN TAI registered Jul 6, 1956 - Air Inter L (1959) - Air Cameroun L(1963) - UTA 01Oct 1, 1963 -
					7T-VBCSACA- Africa Air registered Feb 3, 1964 - wfu Toulouse May 1965 - Derelict (Aug 1969).
				68780 (MSN 11707) delivered to USAAF May 16, 1943.  In USA.  Attached to 76th TCS/435th TCG at Pope Field, NC. Jul 30, 1943 
					damaged in a mid air collision 20 miles south of Knollwood Field, NC. Repaired attached to 303rd TCS/442nd TCG at Alliance AAB, 
					NE. W/o (DBR) Jan 4, 1944 when had a forced landing after an engine failure at Agate, NE.
				68781 (MSN 11708) Delivered to USAAF May 16, 1943. Jul 13, 1943 attached to 77th TCS/435th TCG at Pope Field, NC damaged 
					on a landing accident at Winston Salem, NC.  Sold Aug 10, 1945 to Air France (COMPAGNIE NATIONALE AIR FRANCE) reg as F-BAOA 
					named "Dakar Yoff", Converted to DC-3A at Canadair, Apr 1, 1958, W/o (DBR) 08 Jan 1958 at Poitiers-Biard 
					Airport (PIS) (France) on a training flight.
				68782 (MSN 11709) delivered to USAAF May 17, 1943.  Damaged Jun 14, 1943 at Waller Field, Trinidad, BWI in a taxing accident. 
					To  Oran Jun 23, 1943.  8th AF Feb 20, 1944.  Attached to 79th TCS/436th TCG on Jul 15, 1945 w/o (DBR) in a forced 
					landing 10 miles north of Fernandina, FL.  Reclamation Jun 10, 1946
				68783 (MSN 11710) delivered May 18, 1943.  With 435th Training Group crashed Jul 27, 1943 after striking tree
					near Pope Field, NC
				68784 (MSN 11711) delivered May 18, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8, 1945.  TO ABA "Uven" Oct 19, 1945 as SE-BAU, to 
					SAS/ABA "Ubbe Viking" Aug 1, 1948, to Cie Aerienne de Transports Indochinoise
					as F-OAIF Feb 16,1951, to Cie Aerienne de Tpts Indochinoise t/a Air Otre Mer
					Feb 16, 1951 to Air Kruise (Kent) Ltd as G-AOBN Apr 20, 1955.  To Silver City
					A/W Ltd "City of Canterbury" Oct 28, 1957.  To British United (CI) Airways
					Nov 1, 1962. To BIA Nov 1, 1968 (also operated by Morton Air Services). To
					Air Anglia, Norwich (East Lease Ltd) Nov 15, 1971. To Air Freight Ltd, Lydd
					Nov 27, 1975.  To Skyways Cargo Ltd Nov 24, 1975.  Registered as ET-AGR for
					Ethiopian Air Lines Jul 20, 1977.  Operated by RRC Air Services.
					Destroyed on ground Aug 12, 1977 at Jiggiga Airfield, Ethiopia during an air raid.
				68785 (MSN 11712) collided in midair with C-47 42-23786 west of Hemingford,
					Nebraska Jul 10, 1943.  4 airmen on each plane killed.
				68786 (MSN 11713) delivered May 20, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Jan 8, 1945 - XA-DUG Cia Mexicana de Avn
					registered Aug 14, 1945 - w/o Dec 1959 but repaired - XB-AEA - XA-NIJ Servicios Aereos Gomez Mendez - Aeromaya Nov 1966 F v M
					Barbachano 3 May 1, 1969 - XB-HAH reregistered Jan 9, 1970 (Aug 1978). - Derelict at Merida Jun 1976.
				68787 (MSN 11714) delivered to USAAF May 31, 1943.  In USA.  While attached to 75TCS/435TCG at Pope Field, NC damaged 
					Jul 8, 1943 in a takeoff accident. Converted to DC-3A sold to Air France Sep 15, 1945, registered F-BAOB.   
					W/O (DBR) when it crashed in flames in a field near Koge, Denmark (Copenhagen) on Sep 3, 1946. 22 fatal.
				68788 (MSN 11715) delivered to USAAF May 22, 1943.  In USA.  While ttached to 93TCS/439TCG at Alliance AAB, Alliance, NE, 
					crashed 3 miles south of Alliance, NE on Sep 29, 1943 on a night takeoff when the left wingtip contacted the ground. Two fatal
				68789 (MSN 11716) delivered May 25, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC DEc 18, 1944.  converted to DC-3A, NC19912 with Pan American
					leased 1945, bought Aug 1949, then N19912.  To Panagra (R-200-D5).  Pan American "Clipper".  Treasure Cay Ltd Leased Jul 1963.
					PAWQA Sep 9, 1965.  To HK-1341X (Avianca) Nov 23, 1966.  Collided with
					another Avianca DC-3 (HK-107, ex 42-68796) near Las Palamos, Villavicencio, Colombia Jul 29, 1972.  
					All 17 onboard killed.
				68790 (MSN 11717) delivered May 27, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8, 1945.  To Canadair Ltd.  Converted DC-3A.
					to F-BAOC Air France Oct 17, 1945.  Air Vietnam leased.  To XU-FAG [Royal Air Cambodge, "Angken War"] registered May 30, 1962, 
					To F-OCOA Air France Jul 8, 1969, XV-NIO air Vietnam Aug 1969, wfu
				68791 (MSN 11718) delivered May 27, 1943. In USA.  To RFC Dec 18, 1944.  to civilian registry as NC19913 with Panagra. Sold to 
					Peruvian Air Force as FAP-485. Renumbered FAP-302. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAA-534 and later 
					re-registered OB-R-534.  WFU
				68792 (MSN 11719) delivered May 31, 1943.  8th AF Nov 24, 1943.  USA Jul 9, 1945.  To RFC Aug 24, 1945. Converted to DC-3A 
					Oct 1945, sold to United Airlines, named "Mainliner Newark", registered NC44995 leased Oct 13, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949, 
					renamed "Bradford", To Kimberley Clark Corp, Neenah, WI as N400KC on May 20, 1954.  To Transwest Air
					Express as N4007C 1965.  N. E. Liely St. Charles, IL Oct 1969.  Sunstream Aircraft Inc Illinois 1970.  T. W. Hunt,
					Sonora, CA Jan 1972.  WFU as exported to Mexico Feb 14, 2011
				68793 (MSN 11720) converted to DC-3A, to Air France (Ministere de l'Air/Direction des Transports Aeriesn) Dec 4, 1945
					registered as F-BAOD.  On Feb 16, 1950 the aircraft ran off the runway on landing at Cotonou, Benin and was DBR
					and w/o.
				68794 (MSN 11721) delivered May 28, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8, 1945.   converted to DC-3A, to Mexicana de Aviacion, 
					reg. XA-DUK. W/o when it crashed into the Cerro del Borrego mountain, 32 km from Mérida (Orizaba) on Dec 16, 1949, 17 fatal. 
				68795 (MSN 11722) delivered to USAAF May 29, 1943, attached to 813ABU at Sedalia AAF, MO damaged in a taxi 
					accident Apr 17, 1944, It was transferred to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) Jan 1, 1945. 
					Converted to DC-3A  October 23, 1945 registered SE-BAW to ABA (AB Aerotransport, Swedish Airlines), 
					named "Svanan" (possibly "Svanen"), Jul 1, 1948  transferred to (SAS) and named "Vidar Viking".  Nov 27, 1950 
					registered F-BFGX for Secrétariat Général de l’Aviation Civile et Commerciale –SGACC.  Oct 1960 to 
					SFATAT (Service de la Formation Aéronautique, du Travail Aérien et des Transports, Department of 
					Aviation Training, Labor and Air Transport), 1964 back to SGACC.  In 1980 ownership was transferred to 
					Hélicoptères Buzichelli-Hemet of Toulouse; named "Pinsaguel". To Air Inter,  Nov 27, 1995 to Museum Technik 
					in Speyer, Germany, displayed in Air Inter livery.                             
				68796 (MSN 11723) delivered May 31, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 8, 1945.   Converted to DC-3A, C-107, HK-107 (Avianca). 
					 Collided with another Avianca DC-3 (HK-1341X, ex 42-68789) near Las Palamos, Villavicencio, Colombia Jul 19, 1972.  
					All 21 onboard killed. 
				68797 (MSN 11724)
				68798 (MSN 11725) delivered Jun 1, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jan 1, 1945.  To XA-DUH Cia Mexicana de Aviacion. 
					Crashed Sep 26, 1949 Mt Popocatapeti, Mexico 
				68799 (MSN 11726) delivered Jun 2, 1943.  In USA.  DPC Jan 8, 1945.  To civil registry as SE-BAL "Hkgern" registered 
					Jun 30, 1946, SE-BAX (ntu).  SAS/ABA "Lage Viking" Aug 1, 1948.  To F-OAIE Haut Comm de France a Madagascar
					Feb 12, 1951.  59 Government de la Rep Malagache registered Aug 1962. To Madagascar AF as 5R-MMF Jun 1974.  
					Crashed carrying the defense minister.
				68800 (MSN 11727) delivered Jun 3, 1943.  In USA.  w/o Feb 28, 1944 Laurinburg-Maxton AAB, North Carolina.
				68801 (MSN 11728) delivered Jun 8, 1943.  In USA.  Crashed near Malcolm, Nebraska on flight between Des Moines, Iowa and
					Alliance, Nebraska Jul 19, 1943.  May have been struck by lightning or flew into the ground.  All 13 onboard killed.
				68802 (MSN 11729) delivered June 8, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Dec. 16, 1944.  converted to a DC-3A, registered 
					as NC49554 for Western Airlines, leased 1941.  Bought Aug 1949.  To L. A. Clarke Aug 7, 1956.  Then to Japan Airlines 
					as JA5050 Sep 24, 1958, All Nippon AAV Co Nov 2, 1963, then to 
					China Airlines as B-1531 registered Apr 22, 1956. April 1973 operated by China Air Lines under 
					subcontract with Air America Saigon as EM-3. On December 29, 1973 crashed on 
					landing Dalat/Cam-ly (V-08), South Vietnam. The pilot was unable to safely 
					stop the aircraft prior to reaching the end of the runway, he elected to 
					ground loop the aircraft to the left and departed the runway on a heading of 
					250 degrees. The aircraft came to rest on a very steep slope after traveling 
					180 feet off the end of the runway, pivoting into a final heading of 223 
					degrees. The three CAL crew members and the six US passengers were uninjured. 
					The aircraft was substantially damaged and was abandoned due to proximity of 
					land mines at the crash site. The wreckage was released by the DCA on January 
					04, 1974, parts and components were salvaged, and the wreckage was removed on 
					January 10, 1974.
				68803 (MSN 11730) delivered Jun 7, 1943.  8th AF Nov 24, 1943.  USA Aug 11, 1945.  Leased to TWA as NC43576 Aug 14, 914, bought
					Aug 1, 1949. Wardell Hatch Co Jan 24, 1950.  To PP-XDP of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul Feb 11, 1950.  
					Reregistered PP-CDH "Yaraporanga" May 20, 1950.  To LSAS-Engenharia c Prospeccoes Apr 10, 1969.
					W/o Dec 6, 1970 Turriabla, Costa Rica.
				68804 (MSN 11731) delivered Jun 8, 1943. used stateside by 1 Troop Carrier Command as training plane.  To RFC Aug 26, 1945 
					at Cincinatti and was leased by American Airlines Feb 5, 1945 as NC18666 "Flagship Elkins" .  To WAA Aug 5, 1947.
					Airline Tpt Carriers, Burgank, Ca.  Ozark Airlines 1953.  Reregistered N134D Fairchild Hiller Corp, Hagerstown,
					MD Dec 29, 1967.  Stan Burnsen Jul 1968.  Air Tpt Lsg Corp, Tulsa OK Jul 1969.  IMS Inc Dallas, Texas Jun 1972.
					Southern Flyer, Hattiesburg, MS, 1975-1981.  It then remained derelict 
					and was used for parts and cannabilized.  It was going to be scrapped and it was saved for static display 
					at the end of 2011.  The C-53D was trucked to a military museum being establishing at the
					Zephyrhills Municipal Airport, Florida called the "Zephyrhills Military Museum".
				68805 (MSN 11732) delivered Jun 10, 1943.  Oran Aug 1, 1943.  Condemned Oct 24, 1943
				68806 (MSN 11733) deliivered Jun 12, 1943.  Oran Aug 14, 1943.  RAF record card for Dakota KG591 (MSN 13314) says that the Dakota
					was w/o when struck by this aircraft while parked at Northolt Nov 13, 1944.
				68807 (MSN 11734) delivered Jun 12, 1943.  Oran Aug 17, 1943.  8th AF.  Condemned Jul 9, 1944, salvage
				68808 (MSN 11735) delivered Jun 14, 1943.  Oran Aug 5, 1943.  USA Aug 4,1945.  To RFC Sep 1, 1945
				68809 (MSN 11736) delivered Jun 15, 1943.  Oran Aug 5, 1945. With 3145h TCG, 61st TCS) crashed on flight from Catania
					to Bari, Italy Nov 8, 1943.  MACR 1147
				68810 (MSN 11737) delivered Jun 16, 1943.  Assigned to North African theatre, arriving in Oran, Algeria on Aug 14, 1943. 
					Returned to USA at the end of the war, it was assigned to Reconstruction Finance Corp. on Sep 1, 1945.  Registered as NC86543 
					with lease to TWA Oct 17, 1945.  Bought Aug 1, 1949.  Beldex Corp Oct 24, 1952 - N67B Dept Stores Inc (1953) - N671P reregistered - 
					Calif A/m - N671G Gates Rubber Co, Denver, CO - N163VW Import Motors of Chicago Inc, Deerfield, IL - Volkswagen N Central 
					Distributors Inc - N889P Pointer Oil Co, Northfield, IL and Coral Gables, FL Jul 1968 - F j Lindsay, Ft Lauderdale, FL
					Oct 1972 Skyways Avn Inc, Ft Leonard Wood, MO - t/a Air Americana, Brownsville, TX registered Jun 11, 1974 - Skyways Avn of Texas, 
					Brownsville, TX registered Jun 20, 1980 - Compadre Markets Inc, Corpus Christi, TX registered Mar 3, 1981. 
					Dodge Air Charter, Miami, FL registered Mar 22, 1981 Cooper Campbell Enterprises Inc, Miami, FL bought Apr 20, 1981 - 
					North American Airlines, Miami, FL bought Jul 24, 1981 -  T L Cooper, Miami Spr, FL bought Jun 24, 1982.
  					Current registration is N49AG.
				68811 (MSN 11738) delivered Jun 16, 1943 - Oran Aug 5, 1943 - USA Jul 15, 1945 - To RFC Aug 20, 1945 - NC44992 United
					Airlines leased Oct 5, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949, later "Mainliner Monterrey" - UAL Foundation Mar 2, 1953 - Northeast 
					Airlines "92" Mar 3, 1953 Air Carrier Svce Corp Sep 1967 - Jack Richards Acft Sales Nov 1968 - Kings Flying Svce Inc, 
					Olathe, KS (Dec 1969) - W H Carlos Aug 1971 - J E Swann, Independence, MO Oct 1971 - F N Stalder, Harrisville,
					MO (Jul 1972) - Airways Enterprises Inc, Isla Verde, PR (N Cay AIW) registered 1ep 18, 1974.
				68812 (MSN 11739) delivered Jun 17, 1943.  Oran Aug 9 1943.  8th AF. w/o Oct 4, 1944 in landing accident at Brussels, Belgium.
					Condemned Nov 5, 1944, salvage
				68813 (MSN 11740) delivered Jun 19, 1943.  Oran Aug 14, 1943.  Oberpfaff Jan 1, 1948.  FLC Italy Apr 29, 1949
				68814 (MSN 11741) delivered 21Jun43 - Oran Aug 14, 1943 - USA Aug 17. 1945 -  To RFC Oct 14, 1945 - NC86585 TWA
					"304" leased Nov 1, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 - Beldex Corp 25Oct52 N68B reregistered - Anheuser Busch Inc (1953) - 
					N2006 eregistered - To N305 IBM Co - Transair Inc Aug 1957 - N305WC Wyandote Chemicals Corp Dec 1957 - N775D Lease 
					Plan Inc - N775DM Dresser Mfg Div, Dresser Inds Inc, Bradford, PA 1966 - CescoInc, LakeCharies, LA 1968 - N I
					OORW reregistered May 1969 - Maxfield Materials Inc, Memphis, TN Mar 1970 Maxfield Clinic Hospital,
					Dallas, TX (1970) - HK-1514 Taxi Aereo Nacional, Bogota 1976 - TAVINA - Lineas Aereas Perez (Nov79.
					Currently operated by LAP at Bogota, Colombia, owned by Rodriguez Vega Jose Agustin since May 10, 1974
				68815 (MSN 11742) delivered Jun 24, 1943 - 8th AF Jan 24, 1945 ITSA Aug 31, 1943 - To RFC Aug 31, 1945 - NC45369
					Eastern Airlines,'L leased 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 - L B Smith Acft May 16, 1952 Purdue Aeron Corp, Lafayette, IN - 
					US Rubber Co, Passaic, NJ (1953) - N1230U Rr - Jack Adams Acft Sales & Svce Inc. - N12300 Walker Devels Inc, Columbia, MS
					1967 - Byerly Avn Inc, Peoria, IL Feb 1970 - Mainline Avn Inc (May 1970) - S & S Corp, Joliet, IL (Jul 1970) -
					Anthracite Avn Inc, Gilbertson, PA (1974) - Rusk Avn Inc, Kankakee, IL registered Jul 29, 1974.
				68816 (MSN 11743) delivered Jun 23, 1943 - In USA -  To RFC Aug 1, 1945 - PP-PBT Panair do Brasil Apr 28, 1945 -
					PP-NAS Navegacao Aerea Brasileira Aug 7, 1958 - USA Apr 12, 1962 - HK-772 Alvario Henao J t/a Lineas Aereas La Urraca
					Jun 1965 - L A La Urraca 1968 - LAOS Ltds "Moises" 1973 - wfu (Oct 1976) - Transamazonica Colombia (Nov80) -Crashed
					near Canaru, Colombia Jul 25, 1981 during final approach to airport.  4 of 9 onboard killed.
				68817 (MSN 11744) delivered Jun 23, 1943.  In USA.  Ro RFC Jan 8, 1945.  To Cubana de Aviacion as CU-T8.
				68818 (MSN 11745) delivered Jun 24, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Dec 19, 1944.  NC19924 RFC.  To N17891 leased by Northeast Airlines
					in 1945.  Sold to F. Silver, NY 1954.  W/o Nov 30, 1954 on ILS  approach to Berlin, New
					Hampshire before sale had been completed and while still operated by Northeast.  2 of 7 onboard killed.
				68819 (MSN 11746) delivered to USAAFJun 28, 1943 - 8th AF "Hay Stack Annie" Feb 24, 1944 - 9th AF - Diverted to Sweden
					17Dec45; Hanau/Langendiebach [Y-91], Germany; converted to passenger aircraft with 17 seats; Ferried to Copenhagen, Kastrup, Denmark 
					and Stockholm, Bromma, Sweden 23Dec45; Svenska Kyrkaus Missionflyg [Swedish Church Mission Board], Uppsala; 
					Named "Ansgar" (the patron saint of Denmark); wore the titles ‘Scandinavian Missionary Flights’; 
					Registered SE-APG 27Feb46; Departed 5Mar46 Bromma-Brussels-Marseille-Algiers-El Golea-Gao-Lagos, 
					Leopoldville, arriving 11Mar46; Flown to Hong Kong and India Aug46 to collect Danish missionaries 
					escaping from Manchuria, returning to Kastrup, Denmark 5Oct46; Nordiskt Missionflyg [Nordic Mission 
					Flight AB], Stockholm 12Feb47; AB Aero Transport, Bromma 26Jul48; Named "Gran Viking"; Scandinavian 
					Airlines System (SAS) 8Jul49; Registration cancelled 16Feb51; SNCASO, France; Registered F-BEIS, 
					cancelled 22Sep59; Armée de l'Air / French Air Force 24Jul59 as 42-68819; Groupe de Liaison Aérienne 
					45, Boufarik, Algiers, Algeria May60, radio call sign F-SCDJ; Groupe de Transport et de Liaison Aérienne 2/60, 
					Villacoublay, Paris Jul64, radio call sign F-RAJZ; Stored Châteaudun 1971; Brabier, 
					Brevanne; Registration F-BRGI reserved, ntu; Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko Ratno 
					Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1971 as 71237; Obrazovni Centar Zra?nog Saobra?aja (Air Traffic 
					Education Center, OCZS) Zagreb; Registered YU-ABW 2Aug79; 
					Registered as N8071Z to Atlas Aircraft Corporation, Miami, FL 5Nov79, cancelled 2Oct80 on export to West Germany; 
					Stored Munich, West Germany; Registered 9Q-CYI Mar81 for ferry flight to South Africa; 
					To South African Air Force 1981 as 6875 (2); No. 44 Squadron, Swartkop; 
					converted by Dodson to C-47TP with turboprop engines for the SAAF; No.35 Squadron, Cape Town
					[was one of several ‘sanction-busting’ acquisitions, it was the second use of serial 6875 
					(for obvious reasons), replacing msn 12065 which was destroyed by fire on 3 July 1964]
				68820 (MSN 11747) delivered Jun 26, 1943- In USA - To RFC Jan 1, 1945 - PP-PBS Panair do Brasil Apr 28, 1945 - Damaged
					Nov 16, 1954 and sold for repair by Avicar do Brasil - PP-AKI NacionaI Tptes Aereos SA registered Nov 21, 1957 - VarigAug61
					FAE 11747 Ecuador AF Oct 1967 - HC-AUY/11747 TAME 1971 - (Oct 1977) - Cancelled - 
				68821 (MSN 11748) delivered Jun 28, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Dec 22, 1944.  Leased to Pan American Jan 22, 1945.  
					Bought by PAA May 25, 1945, then to Mexicana de Avn SA as XA-FIL Jul 1947.  Aerovias Del Sur, Uguala de Guerrero.
					Cancelled Feb 7, 1969.  Derelict Mexico City 1974
				68822 (MSN 11749) delivered Jun 29, 1943.  8th AF Oct 17, 1943.  W/o Nov 1, 1944 Cambri, France.  Condemned Nov 2, 1944, salvage
				68823 (MSN 11750) delivered Jun 29, 1943.  8th AF Oct 8, 1943.  became OH-LCG of Aero O/Y t/a Finnair delivered 
					Jul 19, 1948.  To Finnish AF in 1948 as DO-9.  Registration G-BLYA reserved Apr 19, 1985 but NTU.  Briefly became N59NA, then
					became LN-WND May 1985.  Now with Warbirds Norway Dakota as LN-WND.
				68824 (MSN 11751) delivered Jun 30, 1943 -8th AF Oct 7, 1943 - USA Aug 22, 1944 - To RFC Aug 27, 1945 - NC45367
					Continental Airlines leased - Braniff Airways - Hewitt Robert Assoc Inc Allegheny leased May 14, 1956 to Mar 31, 1959 - 
					N90SA Southern AAV ntu - N906A reregistered Jan 1968 - cancelled 1970 - Sale rptd. (FAA Register Jan 1983) - 
					N906SA Reservation 1983.
				68825 (MSN 11752) delivered Jul 1, 1943 - 8th AF Oct 7, 1943 - USA Aug 22, 1945 - To RFC Aug 27, 1945 - NC44998 TWA
					"363" leased Sep 21, 1945, bought Aug 1949 - Northeast Airlines Feb 5, 1952 - Lake Central Airlines Dec 30, 1960 - 
					Houston Avn Prods Corp Sep 24, 1964 - Jefferson State Airlines, Klamath Falls, OR (1973) - Air O'Hare Intl, Chicago, IL (1974) - 
					canc 1977 - Restored Jan 25, 1979 - Impounded Colombia Jul 1979 - HK-2213 SELVA Ltda, (1979).
				68826 (MSN 11753) delivered Oct 7, 1943.  9th AF.  Germany.  FLC Italy Jul 28, 1949
				68827 (MSN 11754) delivered Jul 2, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  Netherlands/Belgium. Condemned Jan 15, 1947, salvage
				68828 (MSN 11755) delivered Jul 5, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  9th AF.  Condemned Aug 25, 1945, salvage
				68829 (MSN 11756) delivered Jul 7, 1943.  Oran Sep 14, 1943. Germany Jan 1, 1948.  FLC Italy Apr 26, 1949.  To Italian AF
				68830 (MSN 11757) delivered Jul 7, 1943 - Overseas Aug43 USA Jul 13, 1945 - RFC Aug 6, 1945 - NC45366 Penn
					Central A/L "230C" leased Nov 20, 1945 - Capital "City of Toledo" Apr 1948, bought Aug 1, 1949 - Crucible Steel Co of 
					America bought Feb 16, 1959 - Walston Avn Inc, Walston, IL Palm Beach Yacht Sales Inc 1965 - De Soto Air Park Inc 1%5 - 
					Penio Air Inc, Memphis, TN 1966 - Texas Acft Lsg Co Inc, Dallas, TX Aug 1969 - Penio Inc, Memphis, TN (1969) - Jim Hankins
					Air Svce Inc, Jackson, MS (1971) - Bay AAV Inc, Cambridge, MD (1972) - FloridaWorld Inc, Ft Lauderdale, FL(1973) - 
					Shawnee A/L, Orlando, FL (1974) - Transecutive Avn, Pittsburgh, PA registered Aug 11, 1977 -
					Stored Sarasota in Shawnee c/s (Nov 1979 to Sep 1980). - E. Stern - H. Hefley, Kansas City, MO bought Aug 13, 1982 - Harvest
					Fields Missionary Assoc, leased Aug 13, 1982.  Acquired October 2003 by 101st Airborne Club, 
					Commemorative AF at Riverside MAP, CA
				68831 (MSN 11758) delivered Jul 18, 1943.  8th AF Oct 6, 1943.  W/o Oct 1, 1944 in landing accident at Tool, France.
					Condemned Jun 17, 1945, salvage
				68832 (MSN 11759) delivered Jul 10, 1943.  *th AF Oct 7, 1943.  USA.  To RFC Nov 6, 1945.
					Converted to DC-3A, Dec 1945 and leased Dec 6, 1945 to NC19453 for United Airlines, reregistered as
				 	N14953 "Mainliner Grand Island" of United Airlines.  Bought Aug 1, 1949.  UAL Foundation bought Jun 10, 1956.
					Sold Jun 1956 to Brown-Forman Distillers as N30W, re-registered N78W, Jun 1963.  Reregistered N130W Jan 1964 for 
					Hemmerle Industries, Inc.  CCC Inc, Miami Fl 1967.  Everbill Aircraft Inc, Hialeah, FL Apr 1971.  Triple B 
					Construction Corp Jan 1972.  Hemmeric Industries, Inc, Fort Lauderdale, FL May 1972.  Cancelled 1975.  
					Sold to LANSA Colombia as HK-3462X, to Calamar Colombia, to TCA Colombia
					(Transporte Aereo Del Casanare LTDA) as HK3462, to Alansa Colombia, to ADEWS Colombia, 
					to SELVA Colombia, acquisition cancelled. To TARI (Transportes Aereos del Ariari)
					On Jun 6, 2005, plane was charted by the army to fly 25 soldiers from Miraflores
					to San Jose del Guaviare and Villavicencio.  Shortly after takeoff, the No 1 engine
					caught fire and a crashlanding took place and plane was DBR. 
				68833 (MSN 11760) delivered Jul 10, 1943.  8th AF Oct 7, 1943.  Germany Jan 1, 1948.  To Italian AF Jun 24, 1949 as MM61768
				68834 (MSN 11761) delivered Jul 12, 1943 - 8th AF Oc 2, 1943 - To USA Aug 17, 1945 - To RFC Nov 2 1945 - NC86562 RFC -
					Eastern A/L L 1946, bought Aug 1, 1949 - L B Smith Acft Corp 06Jun52 - N20W C J Langenfelder & Soc Inc, Baltimore, MD
					(1953) - Mallard Air Svce 1953 - AFLC Inc - N130Q Eagle Flying Svce Inc, Bristol, PA (1966) - C Auckerman,
					Fountainville, PA Oct 1969 P V Ormsby, Langhorne Manor, PA - Commercial Casualty Consultants Ltd (Sep 1971) -
					American Acft Exchange (Sep 1971) - First National Bank Central Jersey, Bound Brook, NJ (1972) - Cornbelt Lsg,
					SacCity, LA (Mar77) - Sale reported (Jun 1979) - Universal Acft Sales & Lease, Midlainitv Towers, Midland, TX registered
					Oct 1983.  Reported in 1989 to be under restoration in Maine and to be fitted with Edo floats like a C-47C
				68835 (MSN 11762) delivered Jul 12, 1943.  8th AF Oct 4, 1943.  USA Jul 16, 1945.  To RFC Aug 15, 1945.
					Leased by American Airlines as NC19924 "Flagship Bridgeport" Sep 6, 1945.  WAA Jul 16, 1947.  
					To US Geological Survey as N19924 in 1953.  John D Benn Jr, Arlington, VA - Flying Sportsman Inc, Falls Church, VA - 
					Gene Cavoli, Willingboro, NJ Nov 1967 Island Air Corp registeed Aug 4, 1977 - St Miami (Jul 1978) - 
					Seized by DEA in Florida in 1982 and offered for museum display.  Now on display at McClellan AFB, CA in
					D-Day appearance. This is now the Aerospace Museum of California.
				68836 (MSN 11763) delivered Jul 15, 1943.  8th AF Oct 14, 1943. USA.  To RFC Nov 6, 1945.  To government of 
					Mozambique in 1946, operated by DETA (Direccao de Exploracao dos Transportes Aereos or Linhas Aereas de Mocambique - LAM) as
					CR-ABK, named "NAMULI".  In 1971 to Portuguese AF as FAP 6173.  In 1976
					to Transportes Aereos da Guinea-Bissau (TAGB) dba as Air Bissau registered as
					J5-GA?.  To Mozambique AF.  B/u Mozambique.
				68837 (MSN 11764) delivered Jul 15, 1943.  In USA.  W/o Jan 9, 1944 in landing accident at Alliance, Nebraska.  Survey
					Jan 21, 1944, Sedalia, MO
				68838 (MSN 11765) to civil registry as NC19927.  In 1945 to
					Portugal as CS-TDZ (Companhia de Transportes Aereos-CTA),
					in 1946 to CS-TDC (Transportes Aereos de Portuguesa - TAP).
					Oct 30, 1958 to Forca Aerea Portugesa as FAP-6151.  In 1974
					to Guine-Bissau Air Force used as a bomber, possibly
					registered as CR-GBM.  WFU, later used as spares.
				68839 (MSN 11766) delivered Jul 16, 1943.  Puerto Rico Oct 20, 1944.  Canal Zone Feb 7, 1947.  WAA.
					To CIA Dominicana de Avn SA 1950 as I-HI-12.
				68840 (MSN 11767) delivered Jul 23, 1943.  8th AF Oct 19, 1943 Aug 17, 1945.  To RFC Oct 5, 1945.  To PP-CBZ "Tapuio" of S
					ervicos Aereos Cruziero Do Sul Dec 4, 1945.    W/o Apr 14, 1969 Brazil
				68841 (MSN 11768) delivered Jul 20, 1943.  In USA.  W/o Sep 5, 1943 in crash during storm 10 mi S of Sedalia, Missouri 
				68842 (MSN 11769) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC.  To Canadair Ltd.  To Air France as F-BAOE.  
					W/o Nov 30 1962 Coulommiers, near Paris
				68843 (MSN 11770) delivered Jul 21, 1943.  8th AF Oct 19, 1943.  Salvage May 2, 1945
				68844 (MSN 11771) delivered Jul 22, 1943.  In USA Dec 16, 1944.  DPC.  To civilian registry with Panagra (R-2000) as NC49550. 
					Sold to Peruvian Air Force as  FAP-697. Renumbered FAP-315. Sold to Taxi Aereo Selva as OB-1345. Sold to Alas 
					del Oriente
				68845 (MSN 11772) delivered Jul 22, 1943 - In USA Dec 15, 1944 - NC17397 DPC - RFC - United Airlines "Salt Lake
					City" leased Feb 25, 1945, bought Aug 1, 1949 - Renamed "Colorado" - Los Angeles Air Svce Bllju California Central - 
					Northwest Airlines "348" 27Sc Central Airlines bought Jun 7, 1957- Frontier Airlines Oct 1, 1967 - American Corp - 
					YV-C-AN,Y Avensa Dec 23, 1967, N4795 Aero American Corp, Tucson, AZ - Air Indies leased Dec 1973 to Jan 1974 - Airwavs 
					Enterr Isla Verde, PR (Jun 1977) - Dorado Wings, DBeach, PR (1977) - Old South Air Svce, San Juan t/a Air Caribbean 
					registered Mar 1, 1978 - Derelict San (Mar 1980 to Sep 1980).
				68846 (MSN 11773) delivered Jul 24, 1943.  Oran Sep 14, 1943 to Apr 20, 1944.  Netherlands/Belgium.
					Crashed in Swiss Alps Nov 19, 1946 during flight from Tulln AB (outside Vienna,
					Austria) via Munich to Istres, France and went badly off course.  All 12 aboard survived and
					were rescued 2 days later after epic search and rescue operation.  Aircraft condemned Mar 17, 1947
				68847 (MSN 11774) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  By 1955 was N30091 of Pan American Grace
					Airways, Inc. 
				68848 (MSN 11775) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  Converted to DC-3A.  To NC30092 Pan Paraguay Jul 1943, Panair do Brasil asPP-PCO
					May 26, 1947, Navegacao Brasileira Aug 7, 1958.  To PP-NAX Dec 4, 158 Brasileira de Servicos Aeron Ltda Aug 5159, 
					N9321R VBeldex Corp, St Louis MO, Ecuadorian AF as FAE 11775 in 1960, HC-AVD, HK-3348, owned and operated by SAEP (Servicios 
					Aereos Especializados Transportes Petroleros S.A.) since Jul 21, 1987 of Bogota, Colombia
				68849 (MSN 11776) delivered Jul 27, 1943 - Oran Sep 18, 1943 - To USA Aug 8, 1945 - To RFC Sep 1, 1945 - NC45379 Penn Cent Airlines
					"232C" "Raleigh Durham" bought Dec 15, 194? - Capital Apr48 - United Airlines Jun 1, 1961 - Beldex ( St Louis, MO 
					bought Apr 10, 1963 - Patterson McCarty, Corp, Oklahoma City, OK Aug 1963 - P & M A/L Oklahoma City, OK (1966) - 
					Union Finance Corp, Des Moines, iA - Simpson Investment Co, Kansas City, MO Oct 1967 - Skyclubs of America Inc, Des Moines, 
					IA Jan 1968 - Oklahoma City Acft Corp, Oklahoma City, OK Sep 1968 - Twin Cities Lsg Corp, Kansas City, MO Dec 1968 - 
					Ken Fairchilds MidContinent Avn, Kansas City, MO Jan 1969 - KAW Investments Corp, Kansas City, MO Aug 1969 - E J Drew & Co, 
					Miami, FL Sep 1971 - Vacation A/W Inc, San Juan, PR (Oct 1976) - S D Saldana, Isla Verde, PR (Jun 1977) - St San Juan, 
					PR (Mar 1980) Sixto Diaz Saldana Inc, Carolina, Puerto Rico registered Mar 6, 1980. 
					Diaz Avn Corp, San Juan Puerto Rico registered Mar 1982 - Borinquen Air L Mar82.
				68850 (MSN 11777) delivered Jul 30, 1943.  Oran Sep 20, 1943.  India China Wg ATC.  UK Nov 7, 1945.
					modified as VIP transport; used by Royal Air Force; used by Lt General Leese, C-in-C, Eighth Army; 
					noted in Cairo Apr44; named “Lilli Marlene”; Eleventh Army, CBI Nov44; intended for General Slim, 
					C-in-C ALFSEA Jul45; 1310th Base Unit, Negombo, Ceylon Sep45; to Philippines for presidential 
					and VIP use; Philippine Air Force as 1002; destroyed in fatal crash in Philippines 18May47 
					shortly after its departure to Paris, France to collect a party of VIPs
				68851 (MSN 11778) delivered Jul 31, 1943.  Oran Sep 18, 1943.  Damaged Nov 27, 1944 in landing accident Spanhoe, UK.
					To USA Jul 25, 1945 - To RFC Sep 1, 1945 - NC45338 Penn Central Airlines "229C" "Winston- Salem" leased Jan 9, 1946 - 
					Capital Airlines - Apr48, bought Aug 1, 1949 - United A/L Jun 1, 1961 -  Beldex Corp, St Louis, MO bought 12Apr 12, 1963 - 
					Penio Air Inc, Southaven, MS May 1967 - Jim Hans Air Svce Inc, Jackson, MS Mar 1971 - C & C Aero Systems, Van Nuys, CA (1972) - 
					Shawnee A/L, Orlando, FL (1973) - Transecutive Avn, Pittsburgh, PA (1977) - Air Virgin Islands L 1978 - Cancellec
					1982 - Fuselage at Ft. Lauderdale, FL, see MSN 4998.
42-68852		Fairchild UC-86 
				Model 24R-40 NC28530 (MSN 422) purchased from civilian owner.
				Fitted with different engine and redesignated XUC-86A.  To RFC at Ft. Worth Dec 23, 1944
42-68853/68854		Boeing C-73 
				Civilian Model 247 impressed by USAAF. 
				68853 (MSN 1723) originally to National Air Transport as NC13341 Jul 10, 1933.  To United 
					Airlines as NC13341 May 1, 1934.  Converted to 247-D
					Sep 6, 1935.  To Western Air Express as NC13341 in 1936
					(leased from United Airlines).  To Pennsylvania Central
					Airlines as NC13341 Dec 1938.  To Western Airlines as NC13341 Jan 31, 1941.
					Impressed by USAAF Jul 19, 1942.  To Defense Supplies Corp for Lineas Aeras 
					Mineras Jun 14, 1944 as XA-DUY.  Crashed into mountain 
					near San Luis Potosi, Mexico Aug 1, 1945.  12 killed.
				68854 (MSN 1736) originally to Boeing Air Transport as NC13354 
					Aug 15, 1933.  To United Airlines as NC13354 May 1, 1934.
					To National Parks Airways as NC13354 Dec 31, 1935.  To 
					Western Air Express as NC13354 Aug 1, 1937.  Impressed by USAAF
					Jul 20, 1942.  To Wien Airlines as NC13354 Jul 15, 1944.
					WFU after Feb 1946.
42-68855		Beech UC-43G Traveler 
				Civilian Model C-17B MSN 67 NC15812 impressed by USAAF Jul 1942.  To CL-26 at Bolling Field Feb 13, 1943
42-68856		Beech UC-43H Traveler
				Civilian Model B-17R MSN 53 NC15414 impressed by USAAF Jul 1942. 
					Condemned Feb 28, 1943
42-68857/68858		Douglas C-32A 
				Civilian DC-2 impressed by USAAF.
				68857 MSN 1297 TWA NC13787 impressed by USAAF Jul 9, 1942.  To RFC at New Naven Mar 22, 1944
					To civil registry as NC59345, probably scrapped before delivery
				68858 MSN 1246 TWA NC13720 impressed by USAAF Jul 19, 1942.  To RFC at Tinker Field, Oklahoma Apr 26, 1945.
					To civil registry as N9835H, scrapped Oct 1953.
42-68859		Boeing C-73 
				Civilian Model 247 MSN 1949 impressed by USAAF Jul 20, 1942.  Originally to
				United Airlines as NC13363 Oct 5, 1934.  To Wyoming Air Service as
				NC13363 Feb 24, 1937.  To Inland Air Lines as NC13363
				Jul 1, 1938.  Impressed by USAAF Jul 20, 1942.  To Defense Supplies Corp 
				for Avianca as C-144 Apr 21, 1944.  w/o Corozal Sep 29, 1945
42-68860		Douglas C-49D-DO
				Commercial DC-3-322B MSN 3285 NC28378 of Chicago and Southern impressed by USAAF
					Jul 19, 1942.  Crashed Nov 6, 1942, Memphis, TN.  Pilot and copilot killed.
42-68861/68910		Bell P-63A-1-BE Kingcobra
				68861 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jul 26, 1943 to Nov 25, 1943
				68864 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Oct43 TO Jun45
					Used to complement the lab's extensive efforts to improve the Allison V–1710 engine. Researchers 
					were able to improve the efficiency, capacity and pressure ratio of the engine’s supercharger. 
					The program increased V–1710’s horsepower from 1650 to 2250.
					Was at Elliot White Springs Park, Lancaster, British Columbia 1950-1960.  Hulk acquired by
					Confederate Air Force 1984-1988.  Acquired by Planes of Fame East, Minnesota,in 1988, registered as NX163B
					and restored to airworthy by 1992.  Registered as N163BP.  With Palm Springs Air Museum, Palm
					Springs, California since 1997.  (www.warbirdregistry.org)
				68881 assigned to Wright Field, VA.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley 
					Field, VA May 23, 1944 to 1946
				68887 modified with retractable skis.
				68889 assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Feb 4, 1944 to Aug 27, 1945
					Used for tests of closely-balanced experimental elevators.
				68892 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Feb 17, 1944 to Jun 18, 1946
					Used for aerodynamics research 
				68895 fuselage in Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
42-68911/68930		Bell P-63A-5-BE Kingcobra
				68911/68913 Lend-Lease to USSR
				68927 seen at Buckingham AAF, Fort Myers FL.
42-68931/69060		Bell P-63A-6-BE Kingcobra
				68931 modified with retractable skis.  Noted at Wright Field Oct 1945.
				68936 intended as Lend-Lease to UK as FR407 for trials but not delivered
				68937 Lend-Lease to RAF as Kingcobra I FR408.  Delivered to Aero Flight at Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England
					May 17, 1944 for drag measurement trials.  W/o at Farnborough Jul 31, 1944 when undercarriage
					failed to lower.  SOC Oct 18, 1945.
				68941 (MSN 33-11) registered NX75488 circa 1944 by Bell as a test aircraft.  To NACA Ames Jan 27, 1945
					to Jun 18, 1946 as N75488.  To War Assets Administration for surplus disposal Jul 1, 1946 at Altus, Oklahoma.
					To civil registry as N1919H.  By about 1950 was on
					static display at Dallas/Love Field.  Acquired by Confederate Air
					Force in 1966 and reregistered N191H.  Reported 1989 with M. D. 
					Johnson of Rolling Fork, Grenada, Mississipi.  Under restoration to flight status at 
					Falcon Field, GA.  (www.warbirdregistry.org).  Made first flight with Commemorative Air Force Feb 18, 2017
				69021 noted as N90805 1996 under restoration at Chino, CA.  Seen at Reno Air Races in 2002, now
					registered as N163FS
42-69061/69210		Bell P-63A-7-BE Kingcobra
				69061 (MSN 33-361) attached to 433rd Base Unit at Chico AAF, Chico, CA.  W/o Jun 24, 1944 when the pilot
					bailed out after a midair collision 2 mi S of Vina, CA.
				69063 used for racing post-WW2 with registration NX69901.
				69076 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69078 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69080 became instructional airframe at Cal Aero Technical Institute,
					Glendale, CA, regisered as NX32750.  Subsequently went to The Air Museum, Claremont, CA
					and about 1969 to Planes of Fame, Ontario, CA.  Rebuilt to flying
					condition as N94501.  Now at Yanks Air Musuem, CA.
				69081 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69088 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69091 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69094 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69097 (MSN 33-397) to civil registry as NX52113, then N52113, then 
					based at Duxford, UK, registered as G-BTWR.  Crashed at
					Biggin Hill Air Fair, UK, Jun 3, 2001, killing the pilot.
				69101 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69109/69111 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69116 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69119 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69120 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69122 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69124/69128 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69132 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69136 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69138/69149 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69151/69210 Lend-Lease to USSR
42-69211/69410		Bell P-63A-8-BE Kingcobra
				69211/69214 to USSR
				69216/69410 to USSR
42-69411/69646		Bell P-63A-9-BE Kingcobra
				69414/69416 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69418/69420 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69423 to RAF as Kingcobra Mk 1 FZ440.  To Royal Aircraft
					Establishment, Farnborough, England Sep 20, 1944 for
					use by Aero Flight for research into low-drag wings
					and high-speed laminar flow.  Stayed with RAE until
					sold for scrap Mar 16, 1949.
				69424 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69428 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69429 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69433 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69435 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69437 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69448 Lend Lease to USSR
				69451 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69454 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69457 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69459 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69463 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69466 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69469 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69470 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69476 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69480 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69484 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69485 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69488 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69491 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69494 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69497 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69500 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69503 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69506 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69510 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69511 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69513/69516 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69518 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69519 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69524 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69525 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69526 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69528 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69529 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69531 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69532 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69533 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69535 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69536 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69538 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69541 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69542 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69544 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69545 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69546 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69549 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69551 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69556 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69559 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69562 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69565 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69566 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69568 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69569 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69571 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69572 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69574 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69575 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69577 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69578 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69579 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69580 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69581 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69583 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69584 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69586 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69587 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69589 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69590 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69592 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69593 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69595 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69596 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69597 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69598 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69599 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69601 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69602 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69604 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69605 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69606 converted to Vee-tailed testbed
				69607 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69608 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69610 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69611 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69613 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69614 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69615 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69616 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69617 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69619 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69622 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69624 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69625 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69628 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69630 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69631 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69637 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69640 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69641 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69643 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69646 Lend-Lease to USSR
42-69647		Bell RP-63A-11-BE Kingcobra
42-69648/69653		Bell P-63A-9-BE Kingcobra
				69649 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69651 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69652 Lend-Lease to USSR
42-69654		Bell RP-63A-11-BE Kingcobra
42-69655/69768		Bell P-63A-9-BE Kingcobra
				69655 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69657/69661 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69664 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69666 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69667 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69670 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69672 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69673 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69675 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69676 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69679 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69681/69685 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69687 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69688 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69691 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69692 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69694 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69695 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69697/69700 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69702 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69703 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69705/69768 Lend-Lease to USSR
42-69769		Bell RP-63A-11-BE Kingcobra
42-69770		Bell P-63A-9-BE Kingcobra
				Lend-Lease to USSR
42-69771		Bell RP-63A-11-BE Kingcobra
42-69772/69800		Bell P-63A-9-BE Kingcobra
				69772/69800 Lend-Lease to USSR
					69775 on display at Monino Aviation Museum, Moscow.  Not sure if it is the genuine article.
42-69801		Bell RP-63A-11-BE Kingcobra
42-69802/69860		Bell P-63A-9-BE Kingcobra
				69802/69836 Lend-Lease to USSR
				69837 to RAF as Kingcobra Mk 1 FR408.  SOC Oct 18, 1945.  
				69838/69860 Lend-Lease to USSR
42-69861/69879		Bell P-63A-10-BE Kingcobra
				69861/69878 Lend-Lease to USSR
42-69880/69974		Bell RP-63A-12-BE Kingcobra
42-69975/70685		Bell P-63A-10-BE Kingcobra
				69975/70254 Lend-Lease to USSR
					70159 crashed near Onaway, Alberta, Canada Feb 14, 1945 after midair collision with another P-63.
						Pilot killed.
				70255 (MSN 33-131)was at the Paul Garber facility of the Smithsonian Institution.  Now at Udvar-Hazy Center of
					NASM
				70256/70651 Lend-Lease to USSR
					70412 (3rd Ferrying Group) crashed Nov 23, 1944 after collision in midair with another P-63 on final approach to Great 
						Falls MT.  Both planes crashed 5 mi. E of the Field.  WASP pilot died from burns 48 hours later, the other 
						pilot survived.
					70609 seen in 2006 at the Fighter Factory flight facility at Virginia Beach Apt, VA.  Rebuilt using parts from 
						several other P-63s recovered in Russia.  On display at Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, Virginia as
						"17" of V-VS that was recovered in pieces from Kuril Islands in 1998 (non-flyable and unregistered)
					70618 landing gear collapsed during emergency landing Nov 28, 1944 Windsor, Ontario, Canada
				70753/70685 Lend-Lease to USSR