1942 USAAF Serial Numbers (42-70686 to 42-91973)


Last revised June 15, 2018


42-70686/70860		Bell P-63C-1-BE Kingcobra
				All Lend-Lease to USSR
42-70861		Fairchild UC-86
				Model 24R-40 purchased from civilian owner
42-70862		Fairchild UC-61C Forwarder
				Civilian F-24R MSN 305 NC18653 impressed by USAAF.
42-70863		Douglas C-32A
				Civilian DC-2 MSN 1241 TWA NC13715 impressed by USAAF Jul 22, 1942.  To 
					Northeast Airlines Jul 8, 1944.  To American Airlines Jul 25, 1944.  W/o
					at Nashville, TN or Burbank, CA Jan 1, 1947, reports are confusing.   Also
					reported as going to NC33324 Jan 1, 1947, to N8342C Jul 1948, to N1788B, to N490 May 1955.
					To Philippines Aug 1964.
42-70864/70956		Fleet PT-23-FE
				Fairchild M-62C license-built by Fleet Aircraft of Canada, Ltd for use by USAAF.
				MSN FE-1/FE-93
				70873 N49459 registered Sep 7, 1950, cancelled Oct 3, 1950
				70897 N423PT reserved (ntu), cancelled Nov 9, 2012
				70916 N9533H registered Oct 11, 1946, cancelled May 9, 1947.  N22299 cancelled Jun 30, 2012
				70918 N48524 registerd May 28, 1947, cancelled Oct 17, 1951.
				70939 N63143 regiseed Jun 19, 1947, cancelled Oct 24, 1955
				70949 N61748 registered Feb 27, 1946.  Cancelled Oct 12, 1955.  
42-70957/71346		Fleet PT-26A-FE
				Fairchild M-62 license-built by Fleet Aircraft of Canada Ltd as Cornell III for use by RCAF
					Fleet had its own construction number sequence.
				70957/71246 to RAF as Cornell II FT542/FT831, transferred to RCAF as 14361/14670
					These were part of an exchange for 286 Stearman PT-27 aircaft required by the USAF.
					70959 RAF FT544, transferred to RCAF as 14383.  To civil registry as N49353
					70970 RAF FT556, transferred to RCAF as 14394.  To civil registry as N49479
					70975 RAF FT560, transferred to RCAF as 14399.  To civil registry as N58512
					70987 RAF FT572, transferred to RCAF as 14411.  To civil registry as N49475
					70992 RAF FT577, transferred to RCAF as 14416.  To civil registry as N49350
					70997 RAF FT582, transferred to RCAF as 14421.  To civil registry as N49480
					71007 RAF FT592, transferred to RCAF as 14431.  To civil registry as N49472
					71014 RAF FT599, transferred to RCAF as 14438.  To civil registry as N9191H
					71024 RAF FT609, transferred to RCAF as 14448.  To civil registry as N4448
					71031 RAF FT616, transferred to RCAF as 14455.  To civil registry as N58759
					71039 RAF FT624, transferred to RCAF as 14463.  To civil registry as N67811
					71048 RAF FT633, transferred to RCAF as 14472.  To civil registry as N9282H
					71050 RAF FT635, transferred to RCAF as 14474.  To civil registry as N1175N
					71051 RAF FT636, transferred to RCAF as 14475.  To civil registry as N9568H
					71057 RAF FT642, transferred to RCAF as 14481.  To civil registry as N2161B
					71058 RAF FT643, transferred to RCAF as 14482.  To civil registry as N6587D
					71061 RAF FT646, transferred to RCAF as 14485.  To civil registry as N9768H
					71067 RAF FT652, transferred to RCAF as 14491.  To civil registry as N69448
					71082 RAF FT667, transferred to RCAF as 14506.  To civil registry as N58508
					71084 RAF FT669, transferred to RCAF as 14508.  To civil registry as N49463
					71085 RAF FT670, transferred to RCAF as 14509.  To civil registry as N3983A
					71086 RAF FT671, transferred to RCAF as 14510.  To civil registry as N49469
					71098 RAF FT683, transferred to RCAF as 14522.  To civil registry as N69262
					71099 RAF FT684, transferred to RCAF as 14523.  To civil registry as N67560
					71104 accepted by USAAC Aug 16, 1943,  After acceptance it was transferred to Canada under the Defense Aid Program. 
						This aircraft was then re-designated and renamed Cornell II with the Royal AF (R.A.F.) as Serial 
						Number FT689, and Royal Canadian AF (R.C.A.F.) Serial Number 14528 
						S/N 14528 was taken on strength by the R.C.A.F.'s No. 3 Training Command on August 20th, 1943 and assigned to 
						No. 13 Elementary Flying Training School (E.F.T.S.), St Eugene, Ontario. 
						On July 20th 1944 Cornell II S/N 14528 was assigned to No. 9 Repair Depot "For repairs and embody modified 
						tail oleos". On September 23rd 1944 modifications had been completed. 
						On June 21st 1946 Cornell II S/N 14528 was recorded as transferred "Free Issue" to The Office, Foreign 
						Liquidation Commission, Bell Niagara Modification Center No. 7, Niagara Falls, N.Y.
						Noted in the QuestMasters Museum collection, Maryland.
					71107 RAF FT692, transferred to RCAF as 14531.  To civil registry as N9131H
					71122 (4th Ferrying Group) crashed on takeoff from Bismarck, ND. To N69198
					71124 RAF FT709, transferred to RCAF as 14548.  To civil registry as N69595
					71126 RAF FT711, transferred to RCAF as 14550.  To civil registry as N4457N
					71129 RAF FT714, transferred to RCAF as 14553.  To civil registry as N37699
					71130 RAF FT715, transferred to RCAF as 14554.  To civil registry as N75LD
					71133 RAF FT718, transferred to RCAF as 14557.  To civil registry as N770Y
					71134 RAF FT719, transferred to RCAF as 14558.  To civil registry as N1232V
					71139 RAF FT724, transferred to RCAF as 14563.  To civil registry as N1717T
					71143 RAF FT728, transferred to RCAF as 14567.  To civil registry as N9473H
					71150 RAF FT735, transferred to RCAF as 14574.  To civil registry as N128PT.
					71152 RAF FT737, transferred to RCAF as 14576.  To civil registry as N58894
					71164 RAF FT749, transferred to RCAF as 14588.  To civil registry as N73414
					71172 RAF FT757, transferred to RCAF as 14596.  To civil registry as N69589
					71175 RAF FT760, transferred to RCAF as 14599.  To civil registry as N1121V
					71179 RAF FT764, transferred to RCAF as 14603.  To civil registry as N69190
					71182 RAF FT767, transferred to RCAF as 14606.  To civil registry as N60284
					71185 RAF FT770, transferred to RCAF as 14609.  To civil registry as N9262H
					71187 RAF FT772, transferred to RCAF as 14611.  To civil registry as N9519H
					71192 RAF FT777, transferred to RCAF as 14616.  To civil registry as N67546
					71197 RAF FT782, transferred to RCAF as 14621.  To civil registry as N52079
					71219 RAF FT804, transferred to RCAF as 14643.  To civil registry as N73346
					71224 RAF FT809, transferred to RCAF as 14648.  To civil registry as N73609
					71229 RAF FT814, transferred to RCAF as 14653.  To civil registry as N13318
					71231 RAF FT816, transferred to RCAF as 14655.  To civil registry as N49347	
					71240 RAF FT825, transferred to RCAF as 14664.  To civil registry as N58810, airworthy with Texas Air 
						Museum, Slaton, Texas.
					71241 RAF FT826, transferred to RCAF as 14665.  To civil registry as N91095
					71242 RAF FT827, transferred to RCAF as 14666.  To civil registry as N68202
				71247/71296 to RAF as Cornell II FW881/FW930, to RCAF as 16601/16650
					71247 RAF FW881, transferred to RCAF as 16601.  To civil registry as N9196H
					71248 RAF FW882, transferred to RCAF as 16602.  To civil registry as N9515H
					71253 RAF FW887, transferred to RCAF as 16607.  To civil registry as N64073
					71256 RAF FW890, transferred to RCAF as 16610.  To civil registry as N69553
					71259 RAF FW893, transferred to RCAF as 16613.  To civil registry as N9368H
					71267 RAF FW901, transferred to RCAF as 16621.  To civil registry as N9168H
					71268 RAF FW902, transferred to RCAF as 16622.  To civil registry as N9546H
					71272 RAF FW906, transferred to RCAF as 16626.  To civil registry as N58805
					71274 RAF FW908, transferred to RCAF as 16628.  To civil registry as N67723
					71277 RAF FW911, transferred to RCAF as 16631.  To civil registry as N68227
					71285 RAF FW919, transferred to RCAF as 16639.  To civil registry as N9246H
					71288 RAF FW922, transferred to RCAF as 16642.  To civil registry as N1039N
					71291 RAF FW925, transferred to RCAF as 16645.  To civil registry as N9172H
				71297/71346 to RAF as Cornell II FW931/FW980, to RCAF as 16651/16700.  Diverted to Rhodesian Air Training
					Group.  Despite the RCAF serials 16651/16700 being allocated, the same serials were re-allocated to a batch
					of post-war RCAF Auster 6 and 7s.  Air Arsenal says that RCAF serials were not allocated to the batch
					sent to Rhodesia, hence their subsequent use on post-war Austers.
42-71347/71463		Fleet PT-26A-FE
				Fairchild M-62 built by Fleet Aircraft of Canada Ltd as Cornell III for use by RCAF.
				This was part of contract number AC-30101 for a total of 217 Fleet PT-26A-FE intended for Lend-Lease as Cornell II. 
					RAF serials FW981-FW999 and FX100-FX197 were allocated.   
					FX102, FX104, FX105, FX107, FX108, FX116, FX122, FX137, FX142, FX143, FX145, FX154, FX155 lost with
					SS Anadyr when sunk by U-129 May 6, 1944.
				71347/71355 (FW981/FW989) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71356 (RAF FW990) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71357/71362 (FW991/FW996) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71363 (RAF FW997) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71364/71376 (FW998/FW999, FX/100/FX110) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71377 (RAF FX111) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71378/71380 (FX/112/FX114) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71381 (RAF FX115) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71382/71401 (FX/116/FX135) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71402 (FX136) transferred to India
				71403 (FX137) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71404 (FX138) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71405 (FX139) transferred to India
				71406 (FX140) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71407 (FX141) transferred to India
				71408/71409 (FX142/FX143) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71410 (FX144) transferred to India
				71411 (FX145) to RAF
				71412 (FX146) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service.  To civil registry as N60535
				71413/71417 (FX147/FX151) transferred to India
				71418 (FX152) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71419 (FX153) transferred to India
				71420/71421 (FX154/FX155) transferred to Rhodesia Air Training Group
				71422 (FX156) transferred to India
				71423 (FX157) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71424/71425 (FX158/FX159) transferred to India
				71426 (FX160) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71427/71429 (FX161/FX163) transferred to India
				71430/71431 (FX164/FX165) ordered for use by South African AF.  Not accepted and delivered to storage in Canada.
					No military service
				71432/71463 (FX166/FX197) to RAF
					71443 (FX177) to civil registry as N9854H
					71448 (FX182) to civil registry as N182FX
					71450 (FX184) to civil registry as N73344
					71455 (FX189) to civil registry as N79109
					71456 (FX190) to civil registry as N73326
					71457 (FX191) to civil registry as N9592H
					71458 (FX192, MSN FA1023) to civil registry as CF-FKB
42-71464		Bell XP-39E Airacobra 
42-71465/72104		Cessna UC-78B Bobcat
				MSN 4161/4800
				71474 (MSN 4170) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				71507 (MSN 4203) on civil registry as N58542 with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum, Hood River, Oregon
				71526 (MSN 4222) Delivered to USAAF. While attached to 3033AAFBU at Stockton Field taxied into a parked UC-78B aircraft (42-72020) at 
					Galt Field, Sacremento, CA on Dec 2, 1944.
				71527 (MSN 4223) Delivered to USAAF. While attached to 3033 AAFBU at Stockton Field was damaged in a take-off accident on  May 13, 1944. 
				71528 (MSN 4224) Delivered to USAAF. While attached to 1148 School at Fort Sumner, NM damaged on Aug 11, 1944 in a take-off accident.
				71626 to civil registry as N4403N, then N43BB, then put on display at WPAFB in 1982.
				71714 (MSN 4410) Registered as a T-50 NC53365, N53365.  Sale reported Oct 10 1985, registration
					cancelled Sep 29, 2005.  Reported on display at Pima Air Museum Oct 1982.  Was at Museum of 
					Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA.  Underwent restoration at South Georgia Technical College, Americus,
					Georgia.  Back on display at Warner Robins AFB, Georgia in 2014
				71731 to civil registry as HC-AAC
				71807 (MSN 4503) To USAAF, while attached to FAAF, Frederick, OK damaged in a Taxiing Accident Ground Collision on 25 Jun 25, 1943. 
					Now reported flyable, on display WAAAM (Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum at Ken Jernstedt Airport) in Hood 
					River, Oregon (noted 17 Oct. 2009).
				71830 (MSN 4526) reported in storage at Pima Air Museum Oct 1982.
				71933 (MSN 4629) to Northern Consolidated Airlines as NC30023.
					Recovered from dump in Nome, AK in 1988.  Wood wing rebuilt.
					Now on display in Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage, AK
				72020 (MSN 4716) Delivered to USAAF. While attached to 3033AAFBU at Stockton Field and parked at Galt Field, Sacramento, CA was 
					damaged when a UC-78 (42-71526) taxied into it on Dec 2, 1944.
				72037 (MSn 4733) was registered as N53358, cancelled Jun 24, 1976
42-72105/72164		Cessna UC-78C Bobcat
				MSN 4101/4160.  Originally designated AT-17D
				72110 (MSN 4106) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				72127 (MSN 4123) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				72133 (MSN 4129) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				72136 (MSN 4132) Lend-Lease to Peru in 1945
				72157 (MSN 4153) registered NC66792.  Registered as a T-50 NC66794; N66794. Cancelled 20Nov90
					Substantially damaged 10Aug75 at Sonoma, CA. The aircraft landed on the wrong runway and was				
					swerved to avoid other aircraft. Cessna 150 N64655 was substantially damaged.
					On display at Pima Air Museum in US Navy, Alameda colors by Aug1988
42-72165/72174		Douglas C-54A-1-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10270/10279
				72165 (MSN 10270/DC1) in minor taxi accident Sep 13, 1944 at
					Hamilton Field, San Rafael, CA while being operated by
					United Airlines.  Returned to Douglas Aircraft Co Sep 18, 1946.
					Converted to DC-4, conversion no. 82.  Registered as YV-AAG
					for Lineas Aereas Venzolanas but ntu.  Registered as YV-AHE
					for Lineas Aereas Venzolanas as "18 de Octubre" but ntu.
					Reregistered by Douglas Aircraft Company as N91078.
					To Northwest Orient Airlines Apr 11, 1947 as N95425. Crashed
					into Lake Michigan 18 mi NNW of Benton Harbor, Michigan
					Jun 23, 1950 on flight from New York to Minneapolis.  
					All 58 onboard killed.  Wreckage located in 150 feet of
					water but not recoverable because it was in 30 feet of silt.
				72166 (MSN 10271/DC2) to RFC Oct 31, 1945, registered as NC15573.  WFU and stored
					at Walnut Ridge, AR Oct 1945.  To Argentinaas LV-XGM, then T-46, TC-46 w/ Nov 16, 1962 in Panama.
					10 killed.
				72167 (MSN 10272/DC3) to RFC Oct 11,1 945.  WFU and stored at
					Bush Field, GA Oct 1945
				72168 (MSN 10273/DC4) to War Assets Administration May 3, 1946.
					Bought by California Eastern Airways May 3, 1946 registered
					as N54373.  Bought by Seaboard Western Airlines Feb 15, 1953
					named "Wake Island Airtrader".  Bought by Air World Leases Inc
					Dec 1, 1955.  Bought again by Seaboard Western Airlines
					Oct 6, 1958.  Bought by M. Marshall Landy May 20, 1959.
					Bought by Interocean Airways Mar 7, 1961 and registered 
					as LX-BNG. Leased by United Nations Mar 1961.  Bought by
					Aviation Traders Ltd Aug 1962 then converted to ATL-98 
					Carvair no 7.  Registered G-ASDC for British Air Ferries
					Mar 1963 named "Pont du Rhin" and renamed "Plain Jane"
					in 1972. Then to Falcon Airways as N80FA Apr 1979,then N103
					for Hondu Carib Cargo. Crashed near Venetie, Alaska
					Jun 28, 1997.  No injuries.
					with British Air Ferries.  Returned to US civil registry Dec 20, 1995 as N103
					for Yesterday Wings.  Then to LX-BNG. Converted to ATL-98 Carvair G-ASDC,
					then N80FA, N103.  Crashed at Venetie, Alaska Jun 28, 1997.  No injuries.
				72169 (MSN 10274/DC 5) returned to Douglas Aircraft Company Aug 1, 1946.
					Converted to DC-4 conversin no. 38. To Pan American airways as 
					N79012 *Clipper Reindeer* and *Clipper Argonaut* from
					1947 to 1960.  To Austral Apr 6, 1960 as LV-GJV named
					"Pancho".  To Transportes Aereos Banianos Oct 5, 1963 as CP717.
					Crashed 160 km SE of Trinidad, Bolivia May 29, 1964. 
				72170 (MSN 10275/DC6) to RFC Nov 13, 1945. WFU and stored Walnut
					Ridge, AR Nov 1945.
				72171 (MSN 10276/DC7) crashed after striking a mast while landing
					at Prestwick, Scotland Aug 27, 1944.  20 killed.
				72172 (MSN 10277/DC8) to Pacific Overseas Airlines in 1946 as NC50038. Sold 
					to Peruvian International Airways Feb 19, 1947 as 
					OB-SAA-170. Sold to Faucett and re-registered as OB-PAZ-228. Mar 21, 1948.
					Crashed during emergency landing after engine fire Mt. 
					Oriruma-Vinac, Peru 320 km S of Lima Oct 02, 1955.  21 killed.
				72173 (MSN 10278/DC9) to Matson Navigation Company Jun 30, 1946
					as N50787.  Leased by California Eastern Airlines in 1947.
					Bought by Transocean Airlines in 1950.  Bought by Trans
					Caribbean Airways Apr 9, 1952.  Bought by Loftleider
					May 1, 1952 registered as TF-RVH, named "Hekla II".  Bought by
					Lloyd International Airways Mar 11, 1961 registered as G-ARLF.
					Destroyed by fire while refueling at Malaga, Spain Oct 8, 1961.
					Another C-54 42-107466 was also TF-RVH and was named "Hekla" and
					was burned at Pisa, Italy Jan 27, 1952.
				72174 (MSN 10279/DC10) bought by Hart F. Farwell in 1945 and
					registered as N56006.  Bought by Pennsylvania Central Airlines
					Apr 1946 and converted to DC-4.  Bought by Capital Airlines
					Apr 21, 1948 named "Capitaliner Milwaukee" later renamed
					"Capitaliner Baltimore".  Bought by General Airways in 1955.
					Bought by Starways Ltd Mar 13, 1960 and registered G-APYK.
					Bought by Air Ferry Feb 1963.  Crashed into Mount Canigou,
					French Pyrenees on approach to Perpignan, France Jun 3, 1967.
					88 killed.
42-72175/72199		Douglas C-54A-5-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10280/10304
				72175 (MSN 10280/DC11) while operated by United Airlines had a ground accident at
					Hickan Field due to mechanical failure Jan 21, 1945.  Bought by Pan 
					American World Airways Jun 16, 1946 and registered as N88910.  Bought by
					Avianca Dec 17,1948 registered as C-172.  Reregistered to Avianca as HK-172.
					Bought by Taxi Aereo el Venado in 1972.  Crashed into mountains 50 km
					from Bogota, Colombia Jan 15, 1976 and fell 800 m into a canyon.  All 13
					onboard killed.
				72176 (MSN 10281/DC12) converted to XC-54K. To RFC Jun 12, 1946.
					WFU and stored Bush Field, GA Jun 1946.
				72177 (MSN 10282/DC13) suffered midair fire Feb 23, 1944 enroute to
					Karachi, Pakistan. Ground accident Oct 6l 1945 at Goose Bay, Labrador.
					Bought by Braniff Airways Nov 1945 and registered N65144.  Bought by
					Los Angeles Air Services Jun 1954.  Bought by Aeronaves de Mexico in 
					1954 registered XA-LIA named "Ciudad de Torreon".  Boght by Pan
					American World Airways Dec 4, 1957.  Bought by
					Aerovias Q Dec 5, 1957 and registered CU-T-640.  Transferred to
					Cubana in 1959 as CU-T-710.  WFU and stored 1963.  Broken up.
				72178 (MSN 10283/DC14) to RFC Oct 30, 1945.  WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
					Oct 1945.
				72179 (MSN 10284/DC15) to Faucett of Peru Oct 6, 1946 as OB-PAP-148 and in 1964
					re-registered OB-R-148.  Crashed into Carpish Huanuco Mountain, Peru 
					(Cordillera Carpish) Dec 08, 1967.  All 72 onboard killed.
				72180 (MSN 10285) to civilian registry as NC41895. Sold to Flota Aerea Mercante Argentina as 
					LV-ABO. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBC-248 and later re-registered OB-R-248. 
					Sold to Frigorifico Reyes of Bolivia as CP-1653. W/o La Paz, Bolivia Sep 09, 1988.'
				72181 (MSN 10286) to Peruvian International Airways as OB-SAF-175. W/o Antofagasta, Chile 
					Dec 12, 1948.
				72182 (MSN 10287/DC18) to RFC Oct 24, 1945.  Bought by Douglas Aircraft Corp
					in 1946 and registered N51877.  Bought by Venezuelan AF Jun 1949 as
					7-AT-1.  WFU and stored in 1955.  Preserved at Museo Aeronautico,
					Maracay El Libertador AB, Venezuela.
				72183 (MSN 10288, Line No. DC19) to civil market as N30068 in 1947.  Converted
					to DC-4 for United Airlines 'Cargoliner Cape Cod'.  To Giles Co leased
					to PSA in 1956.  To Starways of Liverpool in 1961as G-ARJY.  
					Landed gear up at Dublin, Collinstown, Ireland Sep 19, 1961.  4 crew and 69 passengers
					survived.
				72184 (MSN 10289) to Pan American Airways as N88935 *Clipper Northern Light*, *Clipper Northwind*,
					*Clipper Derby* from 1947 to 1961.
				72185 (MSN 10290) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39152 and later to F-BFGR and crashed
				72186 (MSN 10291/DC 22) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39153
				72187 (MSN 10292/DC 23) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39154.
				72188 (MSN 10293/DC 24) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39155
				72189 (MSN 10294/DC 25) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39156
				72190 (MSN 10295) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39157
				72191 (MSN 10296) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39158.
				72192 (MSN 10297) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39159  
				72193 (MSN 10298) damaged Dec 15, 1944.  Q/o Jan 16, 1946 in crash 4 mi SE of Lula, Georgia
				72194 (MSN 10299/DC30) bought by Lineas Aereas Venezolanas Sep 13, 1946 and 
					registered YV-AHU.  Bought by Colonial Airlines May 29, 1947 
					as N93266 "Skycruiser Bermuda", Jun 1 1956 managed by Eastern Airlines.
					Bought by Independent Air Transport Aug 11, 1957 and registered G-APCW,
					became Blue-Air.  Leased by Universal Sky Tours Feb 19, 1960.
					Bought by Continental Air Services May 1960.  Bought by Kay Rings Ltd
					Oct 1960.  Leased by Falcon Air Oct 1960, returned Nov 11, 1960.
					Transferrred to Trans World Leasing Ltd Nov 1960.
					Leased by World Wide Aviation Dec 17, 1960, returned Jan 17, 1962.
					Bought by Congolese AF Apr 1960 registered 9O-PCW, reserialed
					9Q-PCW in 1963.  Damaged on the ground by another C-54, 9Q-RIC
					(ex BuNo 39162) N'Dolo, Leopoldville Jun 1964.  WFU and stored.
				72195 (MSN 10300) by 1954 was LV-AFD of Aerolineas Argentinas.  Broken up in 1970
				72196 (MSN 10301/DC32) to Argentine Navy )perfectura Maritima Argentina) in
					1947 and registered as 2-GT-10.  WFU and stored 1980.
				72197 (MSN 10302/DC33) to Willis Air Service Inc in 1946 and registered as
					NC49776.  Bought by Australian National Airways Dec 10, 1948 and
					registered as VH-ANF and named "Loongana".  Ansett-ANA managed it
					Oct 4, 1957.   Bought by Civil Air Transport Aug 13, 1967 and registered
					as B-1811.  Transferred to China Airlines 1971.  DBR at Battambang,
					Khymer Republic Jul 15, 1974.
				72198 (MSN 10303) to civil registry as N68961, HZ-AAH, then to Saudi AF as 450.
				72199 (MSN 10304) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39160.
42-72200/72239		Douglas C-54A-10-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10305/10344
				72200 (MSN 10305) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39161
				72201 (MSN 10306) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39162
				72202 (MSN 10307) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39163
				72203 (MSN 10308) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39164.
				72204 (MSN 10309/DC40)Damaged Mar 4, 1945 at La Guardia. To RFC Oct 11, 1945.  WFU and stored at
					Bush Field, GA Oct 1945.
				72205 (MSN 10310) to Netherlands Antilles and KLM West-Indisch 
					Bedrijf as PH-TCO, Feb. 19, 1946 as PJ-ALO, Dec. 31, 1947 
					KLM West-Indisch Bedrijf as PH-TLO, 1949 to Cathay 
					Pacific Airlines registered as VR-HEU, July 23, 1954 shot 
					down near Hainan Island (Flt. Bangkok to Hong Kong) by 
					Chinese aircraft, a Lavochkin La-7 fighter aircraft.  The 
					8 survivors were rescued by a US AF Albatross 
					(51-009, based at Clarke AFB).  10 of 18 onboard fatal 
					(including 6 Americans)
				72206 (MSN 10311) to civil registry as NC57670, later to G-ARSD.  
					Converted to second ATL-98 Carvair.  Broken up Aug 1970 
					Lydd Kent, UK
				72207 (MSN 10312) damaged Dec 8, 1944.  To civil registry as NL-316 PH-TCD, F-BELA, 
					7T-VAA (Air Algerie).  Broken up Aug 1969.
				72208 (MSN 10313) became N58008, then PH-TGN.  By 1954 was
					LN-SUM of Fred Olsens Flyselskap A/S.  To TF-IST.  W/o Oct 23, 1963 in ground fire at Narsaruaq airport.
				72209 (MSN 10314) to civil registry as N90432 for American 
					Airlines in Apr 1946, to Eastern Airlines Jun 1950.  To 
					Flying Tigers May 1955.  To Pacific West
					Airlines as CF-PWB Oct 1957.  To Century Airlines as 
					N74183.  To Florida Aircraft Sales and Leasing still as 
					N74183.  Sold to Marine Corps and ferried to El Toro, CA.  
					Seen at El Toro for preservation as early as May 1990.  
					Seen restored on display Apr 1992.  Moved to NAS Miramar, 
					CA when El Toro closed and preserved painted in fake 
					colors/numbers of 90392 and QF-392
				72210 (MSN 10315) to Argentina where at one time it was the
					personal aircraft of Juan Peron.  Converted to DC-4 and
					acquired by Transocean Airlines as N4726V.  This plane was
					used in the filming of the motion picture "The High and The
					Mighty", starring John Wayne.  Later to Slick, then to
					Facilities Management Co.  Lost in Pacific 1120 n mi W 
					of San Francisco Mar 28, 1964 in an accident that closely 
					mirrored the events of the movie.  It disappeared after the 
					pilot reported a fire in No. 2 engine.  3 crew and 6 passengers lost.
				72211 (MSN 10316/DC047) crashed Sep 7, 1944 2.5 mi E of Presque Isle
					AAF, ME.  Crew of 2 killed.
				72212 (MSN 10317) to Pan American Airways as N88920 *Clipper 
					Talisman 2* in 1947.  Crashed on approach to Annette 
					Island, AK in 1947
				72213 (MSN 10318) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39165
				72214 (MSN 10319) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39166.  
				72215 (MSN 10320) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39167
				72216 (MSN 10321) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39168
				72217 (MSN 10322) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39169
				72218 (MSN 10323) To US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39170.
				72219 (MSN 10324) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39171
				72220 (MSN 10325) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39172
				72221 (MSN 10326) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39173
				72222 (MSN 10327, DC58) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39174.
				72223 (MSN 10328, DC059) to Flota Aerea Mercante Argentina in
					1946 as LV-XFZ.  To Argentine AF in 199 as T-42.  Re
					registered as TC-42 in 1960.  Bought by Aerosur in 1970
					and registered as LV-JPG.  Bought by Aero Palas in 1970.
					Crashed near Cervo Huaycas, Peru Dec 19, 1971.  All 6
					onboard killed.
				72224 (MSN 10329) by 1954 was LV-AGH of Aerlineas Argentinas.  Broken up in 1970
				72225 (MSN 10330/DC61) delivered to USAAF Jun 24, 1944. Pacific Overseas Airlines bought 1946, reg NC56010. Trans Caribbean Airways 
					bought.  Eastern Air Lines leased it for one year in 1954, Flying Tiger Line leased it for one year in 1955. 
					Aerovias de Panama SA leased it Sep 1957, reg. HP-243. Wheeler Airlines bought 1958, reg. CF-WAL, Nordair 
					bought 1960, Transair LTD lsd 1962, returned to Nordair as CF-TAO. CIT Corp. bought 1968, reg. N3809. 
					Florida Caribbean Airlines bought Dec 1969. Bush Aviation bought Feb 1972. Robert M. Ferguson 
					bought 1973 reg. N34AC. South East Asia Air Transport lsd 1973. Air Cambodge sub-lsd 1975. 
					Withdrawn and stored, eventually scrapped PNH, Phnom Penh Pochentong Airport, Cambodia, reg cnx Oct 9, 2009.
					South East Asia Air Transport was a shadowy entity operating across Vietnam and Laos that may have been
					connected with the CIA.
				72226 (MSN 10331/DC62) bought by Douglas Aircraft Oct 1, 1945 and 
					converted to DC-4, conversion No. 45.  Bought by United
					Airlines Jan 9, 1946 as N30061, named "Cargoliner Columbia River".  
					Leased by Slick Airways Jun 20, 1956.  Bought by Lockheed
					Aircraft Corp Jun 4, 1969, leased by Slick Airways Jun 4, 1959,
					returned Jun 1960. Bought by Zantop Air Transport Jun 1960.
					Crashed and burned while landing at Great Cincinnati
					Airport, KY Nov 14, 1961.
				72227 (MSN 10332/DC063) to RFC Oct 31, 1945.  WFU and stored
					at Walnut Ridge, AR Oct 31, 1945.
				72228 (MSN 10333) to civilian registry as NC90863. Sold to Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-AGG. 
					Sold to Aerosur, and later to Aeropalas. Sold to Frigorifico Reyes of Bolivia as 
					CP-1517. Sold to Servicio Amazonico de Transporte Comercial of Peru as 
					OB-T-1279. Scrapped at Pucallpa, Peru.
				72229 (MSN 10334) to Pan American Airways as N88921 "Clipper
					Northwind". Sold to Peruvian AF as FAP-361. 
					Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAZ-710 and later re-registered OB-R-710.
				72230 (MSN 10335) to Pan American Airways as N88922 "Clipper
					Radiant".  Then to Swissair as HB-ILC, then G-ASFY.
				72231 (MSN 10336/DC67) delivered to USAAF Jun 28, 1944. Braniff Airways bought Nov 1945, Reg. N65143. 
					Destroyed by fire after a forced landing at Hugoton, Kansas Mar 26, 1952.
				72232 (MSN 10337) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39175
				72233 (MSN 10338) to N65142, G-ARSH, G-41-2 whilst under Carvair conversion, then
					to N9758, LX-IOH, F-BHMU, and w/o at Karachi Mar 8, 1967.  4 crew killed, plus
					7 killed on ground.
				72234 (MSN 10339/DC070) to American Airlines in 1946 as N90439
					"Flagship Hartford".  Bought by Flying Tiger Line in 1946,
					Bought by El Al Feb 1949.  Registered as 4X-ACD May 10, 1949
					named "Hezl".  Crashed on takeoff at Lydda, Israel Feb 5, 1950
					when skidded off runway and caught fire.
				72235 (MSN 10340/DC071) suffered belly landing damage Feb 12, 1944
					during takeoff at Gander AB, Newfoundland.  Damaged in another
					landing accident 5 mi S of Georgetown SC Aug 9, 1945.
					WFU and stored at Charleston AAF, SC Sep 1945. Broken up.
					at Charleston AAF
				72236 (MSN 10341) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39176.
				72237 (MSN 10342, line no. DC73) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39177  Jul 6, 1944.
				72238 (MSN 10343) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39178.
				72239 (MSN 10344) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 39181
42-72240/72319		Douglas C-54A-15-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10345/10424
				72240 (MSN 10345) by 1954 was LV-AEU of Aerolineas Argentinas.  Broken up Jul 1970.
				72241 (MSN 10346, DC-77) to American Airlines in 1946 as N90440 "Flagship Houston"
					To US Overseas Airlines as N90440 in 1956.  In 1962 to
					Air France as F-BFCP.  W/o May 28, 1969 when ran off
					runway during takeoff at Paris-Orly airport.
				72242 (MSN 10347/DC78) bought by Western Airlines in 1946, registered
					as N88784.  Bought by American Airlines in 1947.  Bought by
					Australian National Airlines Nov 25, 1948 registered as VH-ANG,
					named "Palana".  Bought by Twentieth Century Airlines Apr 23, 1958
					and registered N5519V.  Bought by Seven Seas Airlines Aug 1959
					named "Indian Ocean".  W/o when crashlanded gear up 12 km
					from Nagpur, India Mar 22, 1961 after engine problems.
				72243 (MSN 10348/DC79) bought by American Airlines in 1946 and
					registered as N90441 named "Flagship Rainbow One". Bought
					by Israeli AF May 15, 1948 and registered 1802.  Transferred
					to El Al Dec 15,1948 and registered 4X-ACB.  Bought by California
					Aircraft Corp Feb 1949 and registered N90441.  Leased by
					El Al Feb 1950.  Returned to Hemisphere Air transport
					Apr 1950. Bought by Twentieth Century Airlines in 1959, bought
					by Hemisphere Air Transport in 1955.  Bought by REAL SA Oct 1956
					and registered PP-YRO.  Bought by Loide Aer Nacional Jan 12, 1958
					and registered PP-LEW.  To VASP Jan 1962.  DBR at Santos
					Dumont Airport, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Nov 6, 1968 when crew forgot
					to lower the landing gear.  Broken up Sep 1970.
				72244 (MSN 10349/DC080) damaged in landing accident Dec 1, 1944 at Hamon Field, NFD.
					Destroyed Apr 1, 1945.
				72245 (MSN 10350/DC081) w/o Mar 3, 1951
				72246 (MSN 10351) converted to DC-4 Jun 17, 1946.  To Pan American Airways in 1947 as 
					NC88919, then N88919 *Clipper Panama*, crashed 
					in Alaska, rebuilt, then *Cliper Talisman*.  To Twentieth Century Airlines Inc in 1948.
				 	Apr 21, 1950 to I-DALV "Citta di Napoli" of Alitalia.  In 1954 to N1346V of California Eastern Airlines.  
					Dec 19, 1955 to Air Charter Ltd as G-AOFW "Jason".  Merged with British United Airways LFT Jul 1, 1960.
					Later converted to ATL-98 Carvair no 12 in 1964 and to G-AOFW for Aviation Traders Ltd.  Delivered
					Apr 18, 1964 to Aviacion Y Comercio as EC-WVD (ferry registration), later EC-AVD as
					"Puente Aereo Aviaco Air Bridge". Returned to Aviation Traders Limited Nov 16, 1964.
					and registered G-AOFW with British United Air Ferries LTD. WFU and stored at Lydd, Kent
					Feb 7, 1967.  Registered G-AOFW Oc 4, 1967 with British Air Ferries, LTD and returned
					to service May 1, 1969.  Returned to service May 1, 1969.  WFU and stored Southend, Essex
					Feb 1977.  Broken up at Southend Essex,UK Dec 1983
				72247 (MSN 10352) became N90443.  Reported Jun 5, 2008 in use as 
					clubhouse at small gliger airfield near Overboelare, Belgium
				72248 (MSN 10353) bought by Executive Transport Corporation in 1946
					as N75414.  Bought by Far Eastern Air Transport in 1946 and
					named "Miss Mindano" and registered as PI-C45.  Bought by Transocean
					Air Lines in 1946 as N68923.  To Philippine Airlines as PI-C106 in 1946, 
					then to Bharat Airways Jan 19, 1949 named "Pubva Doot" and
					registered as VT-CZW.  Transferred Aug 1, 1953 to Indian Airlines
					Corp.  Bought by Jamair Oct 31, 1969.  Bought by
					Air Works India Nov 1974.  Wfu and used for spares in 1978.
					Completely broken up at Bombay, India May 1982.
				72249 (MSN 10354/DC85) crashed near RAF St Magwan, UK Oct 18, 1944 after a mechanical failure
				72250 lost Lajes, Azores Islands Jan 4, 1945
				72251 (MSN 10356/DC87) to United Airlines May 31, 1946 as N30060 *Mainliner Wabash River*.
					To Madden adn Playford Aircraft Co Oct 19, 1956.  Sold to CINTA Oct 1957 as CC-CBO
					Bought by Slick Airways Jul 1, 1959 and registered as N382.  Bought by Zantop
					Air Transport in 1962.  Baught in Mar 1965 by Aircraft Investment Corp.  Bought
					in 1966 by California Airmotive Corp.  Bought in May 1967 by Charlotte Aircraft
					Corp.  Bought in 1968 by Continental Air Transport in 1968 and reregisterd
					N3821.  Missing Mar 9, 1969 on cargo flight from Halifax, NS to Sata Maria-Villa
					do Porto Airport, Azores.  3 crew missing.	
				72252 (MSN 10357/DC88) missing with 3rd FRG Nov 11, 1944, South Atlantic.  MACR 9606
					This serial number was used by 42-107451 when it flew President Roosevelt to
					the Yalta Conference.  Presently VC-54C 42-107451 is on display at USAF Museum painted 
					as 42-72252 to recrreate the appearance of the aircraft when it flew FDR to Yalta.  
				72253 (MSN 10358/DC89)  to Loftleidir Icelandic Airliles Feb 1947 as LN-HAT named
					*Norse Skyfarer*.  Renamded *Edda* 1959.  Returned to Braathens S.A.F.E in
					Mar 1961.  In April 1961 bought by l'Armee de l'Air as 10358.  In 1975 bought
					by Air Fret as F-YCKA, then F-YCKG, then F-YCKH.  To French Navy as F-YEFA,
					F-BXOQ.  WFU and used for spares Nimes, France 1975 and then broken up.
				72254 (MSN 10359) to civil registry as N75415, HB-ILB, N9760F.  To Air Ferry of Manston as G-ASOG.
					Crashed on landing at Frankfurt Airport, Germany Jan 21, 1967.  2 killed.
				72255 (MSN 10360/DC91) to Braniff International Nov 1945 as N65145.  In May 1954 to
					Los Angles Air Service.  In May 1955 to Riddle Airlines.  Aug 18, 1955 to
					Wheeler Airlines as CF-ILI.  Leased to Mill Aviation 1956 returned in 1957
					to Wheeler Airlines.  W/o on cargo flight from Montreal to Hall Lake, Northwest
					Territories Nov 4, 1959 near St Cleophis, Quebec.  The last radio report from the crew 
					reported that the plane had lost its left wing after an engine fire and
					was in a spin and doing straight in.  The plane broke up in midair.  All five onboard killed.
				72256 (MSN 10361) to US Navy as BuNo 50840
				72257 (MSN 10362) to Pan American Airways as N88923 *Clipper Westwind* Jun 6, 1947.  To HK-178 of
					Avianca Dec 1, 1953.  To N3802.
				72258 (MSN 10363) to US Navy as BuNo 50841
				72259 (MSN 10364) to US Navy as BuNo 50842
				72260 (MSN 10365) to US Navy as BuNo 50843
				72261 (MSN 10366) to US Navy as BuNo 50844
				72262 (MSN 10367) to Pan American Airways as N88924 *Clipper Sunny South* 1947.  By 1953
					was XA-GIK of Mexicana.  To HK-731 May 27, 1964.
				72263 (MSN 10368) to Pan American Airways as N88925 *Clipper Don Quixote* then to
					Cubana de Avacion as CU-T188.  W/o after midair collision with USN
					SNB-1 BuNo 39939 Apr 25, 1951 at Key West, FL.
				72264 (MSN 10369/DC100) destroyed Mar 26, 1945.
				72265 (MSN 10370) by 1955 was N4268 "Skycruiser Canada" of Colonial
					Airlines.  To CU-T-641.
				72266 (MSN 10371) by 1954 was LV-AEU of Aerolineas Argentinas.  Broken up Jul 1970.
				72267 (MSN 10372) to NI-542 (NEIAF), PK-DSD (KNILM), PH-TSD, F-BELD, 7T-VAD 
					(Air Algerie), F-BRHC, wfu.
				72268 (MSN 10373/DC104) to Netherland East Indies AF in 1946 as NI-542.  Transferred to KNILM
					Nov 1946 as PK-DSC.  To KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Aug 30 1947 as PH-TSC.
					to Air France Oct 26, 1949 as F-BELP.  To Trans Europa Mar 1966 as EC-WDK, reregistered
					as EC-BDK.  Bought by Club D-3 Jan 1975 and used as a Discoteque Puerto Christo,
					Majorca.  Destroyed by fire Sep 1983.
				72269 (MSN 10374) to Pan American Airways as N15568.  By 1953 was 
					XA-GIX of Mexicana.  To HK-131 of Avianca
				72270 (MSN 10375) to Netherlands Government Air Transport in 1945
					as NL-310.  Bought by Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) Dec 20, 1945
					as PH-TAL.  Bought by Skyways, Ltd Aug 22, 1947 as "Sky Champion"
					G-AJPN.  Bought by Air France May 12, 1950 as F-BELR.  Transferred
					to Air Vietnam.  In 1953 Indian Airlines Corp bought it
					and registered as VT-DIB Oct 22, 1955.  Jamair bought it in 1976.
					WFU and stored at Santa Cruz-Bombay, India and broken  up in 1978.
				72271 (MSN 10376/DC107) to Netherlands Government Air Transport in 1945 as NL-314.  To
					Royal Dutch Airlines Jan 31, 1946 as PH-TBS  Bought by Skyways, LTD
					Aug 22, 1947 as G-AJPM and named "Sky Freedom".  Bought by Air France
					Apr 5, 1950 and registered F-BELS.  Transferred to Air Vietnam in
					1955.  Bought by Indian Airlines Corporation Sep 1955 and registered
					VT-DIC,  W/o when landed gear up near Haveri enroute from Bangalore to
					Bombay after power failure May 7, 1962.
				72272 (MSN 10377/DC108) to NL-315, PH-TBU, F-BELN, EC-BEB
				72273 (MSN 10378/DC109) sold to Philippine Airlines Jan 4, 1948 as PC-C101. Bought
					by Icelandair Jul 1948 as TF-ISE named "Gullfaxi".  Bought by Wenela
					Air Services Mar 22, 1958 and registered as ZS-CJA.  Reregistered Mar 1961 to
					Wenela Rhodesia as VP-YSS.  Reregistered Oct 1968 to Wenela Botswania
					as A2-ZES.  Leased by Botswana National Airwasys 1972, returned Feb 1975.
					Wenela registered as ZS-CJA.  Agence et Messageries Aeriennes du Zaire (AMAZ)
					bought the plane May 17, 1977 registered as 9Q-CAN.  Bought by African Lux
					in 1977.  Boutht by Transair Cargo Service (CACS) in 1978.  DBR while landing at
					Lisala, Zaire ca 1981.
				72274 (MSN 10379) to NL-302, PH-TAD, F-BDRJ (Air France), wfu Tahiti Apr 1971.
				72275 (MSN 10380) to NL-301, PH-TAC, LN-PAW, N1556V, F-OBAP, 7T-VAP (Air Algerie),
					5T-CJO (Air Mauritanie).  WFU.
				72276 (MSN 10381)damaged Nov 1, 1944.  To Pan American Airways as N88926 *Clipper Twilight* 1947-1950.
					To N1435V in 1951, to F-BJBX
				72277 (MSN 10382) to civil registry as LN-HAU, N1221V, LX-BBP, then converted
					to ATL98 Carvair no 10, G-ASKG, then F-BRPT, GASKG, TR-LUP, TL-AH?, TN-ADX, 9Q-CTI.
					Broken up Sep 1995 Kinshasa.
				72278 (MSN 10383) damaged in ground accident Se 21, 1944 at Homestead AB, Florida.  To Pan American 
					Airways as N88927 *Clipper Skylark*, later *Clipper Oslo*.
					Later to HK-180, N180E, 5N-APB, N90900.
				72279 (MSN 10384) to Pan American Airways as N88928 *Clipper Union* 1947-1951.
					To Lignes Aeriennes Canadian Int'l (Canadian Air Int'l) as CF-CUL
					in 1951.  In 1954 to Transocean Air Lines as N9941L, leased to Iran
					Air as EP-AADK. return to Transocean Airlines as N9941F.
					In 1955 to Iranian Airways as EP-ADK.  W/o Aug 4, 1961 while flying
					back to Tehran after cargo flight to Beirut when it became
					lost.  Presumably flew over Russian territory and was
					fired on by an unidentified plane causing damage to
					engine and wing.  Made wheels up landing on the SW coast
					of Caspian Sea.
				72280 (MSN 10385/DC116) to Argentine Navy (Perfectura Maritima Argentina) in
					1950 registered as 2-GT-11.  WFU and stored 1980.
				72281 (MSN 10386) by 1955 was N20059 "Cargoliner Delaware River"
					of United Airlines, by 1957 had been renamed "Cargoliner Hudson River",
					later to civil regiatry as TF-SIF, CR-IAF, 
					CS-TDJ.  Abandoned after accident at Hong Kong.
				72282 (MSN 10387, DC-118) to NC54048.  To Northwest Airlines as
					NC95410.  In 1946 to Pennsylvania Central Airlines as N95410.
					To Capital Airlines as N95410 in 1948.  In 1955 to Los Angeles
					Air Service, to Transamerica Airline, to Meteor Air Transport,
					to General Airways, to American International Airways 
					(Associated Air Transport), to Interocean Airways as LX-IOB.
					Wet leased to United Nations Organization operated for
					ONUC in Belgian Congo, to Aerovia Panama Airway APASA as
					HP-382.  W/o Jul 10, 1963 when ditched off South Caicos
					Island following engine trouble.
				72283 (MSN 10388/DC119) to WAA Oct 1945.  Leased by United Airlines Oct 1945 and registered as
					NX30065/NC30065.  W/o when crashed during training flight on approach to Chicago,
					IL May 29, 1946
				72284 (MSN 10389) to civil registry as N90444.  To Sound Air of Winnipeg, 
					Canada as C-FGNI.  W/o Aug 14, 1996 when ditched in Iskut River near Bronson Creek Apt, 
					Northeast BC after engine fire while flying for Air North of Whitehorse.
					All crewmembers survived the impact, but the captain could not reach the shore.
				72285 (MSN 10390/DC121) to Matson lines in 1946 as N66777, named *Sky Matsonia*.  To
					Guest Aerovias Mexico in 1946 as XA-GUU.  Crashed after takeoff at Santa Maria-Vila
					do Porto Airport, Azores.  All 44 on board killed.
				72286 (MSN 10391) became NL311 with Dutch AF, then PH-TAM of
					KLM.   Crashed Jun 3, 1949.
				72287 (MSN 10392) to Netherlands Government Air Transport in 1945
					as NL-307.  Bought by Royal Dutch Airlines Dec 8, 1945 and
					registered as PH-TAH.  Bought by Transporte aeriens Intercontinenaux
					Sep 20, 1948 and registered as F-BELG.  Leased by European
					Air Transport in 1962, returned in 1963.  Union de Transports
					Aeriens managed it Oct 1, 1963.  Bought by Air Afrique
					Jun 1966 and registered as TU-TCM.  Bought by Air Comores
					Aug 1972.  Bought by International Aviation Apr 1975.
					SOACO (in Gabon) bouth it May 1975 and registered as TR-LUT.
					WFU
				72288 (MSN 10393) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 50845. 
				72289 (MSN 10394) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 50846.
				72290 (MSN 10395) to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 50847
				72291 (MSN 10396/DC127) to USAAF Sep 2, 1944, tranferred Sep 6, 1944 to US Navy as R5D-1 BuNo 50848 
				72292 (MSN 10397) to US Navy as 45D-1 BuNo 50849
				72293 (MSN 10398) to NI-540 (Dutch East Indies AF), then PK-DSA, then PH-TSA, then to
					Air France in April 1948 as F-BELF.  Later TN-AAD, WFU
				72294 (MSN 10399) to N90442, to LN-???
				72295 (MSN 10400) to Pan American Airways as N88913 *Clipper Bell of the Skies*, later
					*Clipper Morning Star*.  Sold in 1950 to Alitalia as I-DALT
					"Citta di Milano", Then F-BGZK, 7T-VAZ
					(Air Algerie), F-BRHG, XV-NUP.
				72296 (MSN 10401) to NI-541 (Dutch East Indies AF), then PK-DSB, then PH-TSB, then to
					Air France in April 1948 as F-BELE.  To Royal Air Maroc as CN-CCA, TAI as F-BJHA, Air Afrique as
					TU-TBN, and Air Niger as 5U-RDN.  WFU 1978.
				72297 (MSN 10402/DC133) to Argentine government in 1946 as LV-XGD.
					Transferred to Argentine Navy in 1946 as 0297/5-T-40.  WFU and
					stored at Bahia Blanca, Argentina in 1980.
				72298 (MSN 10403/DC134) bought by Douglas Aircraft Sep 16, 1946 and converted
					to DC-4 (No 75).  To Pan American World Airways Jul 3, 1947 
					as N88914 *Clipper Golden Eagle*.  Bought by Alitalia Mar 1950 and
					registered as I-DALZ, named *Citta di Roma*.  Real SA bought it
					Dec 1953, registered as PP_XEF.  By 1954 was I-DALZ of Aerolinee
					Italiane Internazionali.  Bought by California Eastern
					Airlines in 1954, registered as N1437V.  Bought by California
					Hawaiian Nov 13, 1958.  Bought by African Air Apr 1962 and
					registered as EL-ADS.  Bought by Interocean Airways Apr 16, 1962
					and registered as LX-IOE.  Bought by Savannah Investment Corp
					in 1963, again registered as N1437V.  Bought by National
					Aero Leasing in 1964. Leased by Slick Airways Jul 1, 1964 and
					returned Jul 6, 1965.  Bought by Investments SA, INc in 1966.
					Bought by Greyhound Leasing Financia in 1967.  Bought by Avianca
					in 1967 and registered as HK-1309.  Bought by Taxi Aereo
					El Vaqnado in 1974.  Crashed into mountain near Saravena, Arauca,
					Colombia Jun 30,1975.  All 3 onboard killed.
				72299 (MSN 10404/DC135) to Aerocondor Colombia in 1968 and on civil registry as HK-757,  Bought
					by SAM Colombia in 1969.  Bought by Carolina Aircraft Corp in 1970 and
					registered as N757H, but WFU and broken up at Fort Lauderdale, FL, still
					as HK-757
				72300 (MSN 10405/DC136) to American Airlines Feb 2, 1946 as N90445 "Flagship Indianapolis". WFU
					and stored Nov 1956.  Bought by Ayerline Corp Jun 18, 1958.  Bought
					by Ayerline Corp Jun 16, 1958.  Bought by Aerovias Sud Americana
					Jun 30, 1958. Bought by International Air Freighters Oct 20, 1961,
					registered as CF-NOW.  Bought by Liberty Air in 1968 as N90445.
					Bought by Jet International Corp Sep 1968.  Bought by
					Compania Ecuatoriana de Aviacion in 1970 and registered as HC-ARK.
					WFU and stored at Quito, Ecuador in 1978 and broken up in 1980.
				72301 (MSN 10406/DC137) to Northwest Airlines in 1946.  Crashed after takeoff
					55 km N of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Oct 27, 1948.  Had left Minneapolis
					on cargo flight to Tokyo, Japan.  Arrived at Edmonton, and took off for
					Anchorage.  The first officer made the takeoff and the captain cut
					the left outboard engine to simulate an engine failure on takeoff.  The
					simulation went bad and the plane crashed, killing 2 of the five onboard.
				72302 (MSN 10407/DC138) Bought by Douglas Aircraft Sep 22, 1946 and converted
					to DC-4 (No. 28).  to Pan American World Airways Apr 5, 1947 as 
					N88929 *Clipper Viking* in 1947.  To Avianca Apr 5, 1947 as C-136, reregisterd
					as HK-136.  Bought by Aerotal Colombia in 1973.  Bought by Taxi Aereo El
					Venado in 1978.  Bought by Sadelca Colombia in 1981.  DBR in forced
					landing enroute Florencia-Neiva, Colombia Aug 11, 1981.  WFU and 
					placed on displah Parque Jaine Duque Briceno N. of Bogota, Colombia
					Jan 1989.   
				72303 (MSN 10408/DC139) to California Eastern Airlines in 1950 as N54305.
					Leased by AVENSA in 1952, registered as YV-C-EVB, returned in 1955.
					Leased by Transocean Air Lines Jul 3, 1957, returned Sep 2, 1957.
					Bought by Independent Air Transport Nov 24, 1957 as G-APID.  IAT became
					Blue Air Apr 1959.  Bought by Continental Air Services Nov 1959.
					CAS became Continental Air Transport Dec 1959.  Air Condor,LTD (NTU)
					transferred to Kay Rings Ltd.  Leased by World Wide Aviation, Ltd Dec 1960,
					returned Jan 1961.  Leased by British United Airways Jan 1961, returned
					Mar 1961.  Leased by Starways, Ltd Mar 1961, returned Oct 1961.  Leased
					by Lloyd International Airways Oct 1961, returned Mar 1962.  Leased by Trans
					Meridian Jul 1963, returned Jan 1965.  Leased by Dan-Air Services Mar 10, 1965,
					returned Feb 15, 1966.  Boutht by Invicta Airways Apr 2, 1966.
					Bought by Spantax SA Aug 14, 1967.  WFU and converted into Aerolandia
					Snack Bar San Pablo, Seville, Spain Aug 1967.  Damaged by heavy winds
					late 1978 and broken up.
				72304 (MSN 10409/DC140) to American Airlines in 1946 as N90435.  To Air France
					Aug 30, 1949 as F-BBDQ. Bought by French government in 1968
					and registered as F-RHMF.  To French AF in 1968 as 10409.  To Tchad AF
					Jan 1976 as 10409/TT-NAB.  WFU and stored Ndjamena, Tchad in 1980.
				72305 (MSN 10410/DC141) to American Airlines in 1946 as N90433.  Bought by Flying
					Tiger Lines in 1949. El Al "Rechovoth" leased it Mar 1949 as 4X-ACC and
					returned to Flying Tiger lines Jan 1952 as N90433.  Crashed into sea with Flying Tiger Lines 1600 km
					W of Honolulu, Hawaii Sep 24, 1955 on flight from Honolulu to Wake Island.
					3 out of 5 onboard killed.
				72306 (MSN 10411/DC142) to Trans Caribbean Airways in 1946 as N75416 "Manuel Tous".
					Leased by Trans Ocean Air Lines in 1955 and returned in 1956.   Bought by
					Fidelity Corp in 1956 and Trans Caribbean Airways leased it in 1957.  Bought
					by Air Transport Leasing Corp May 22, 1962.  Bought by Continentale in May 1962
					and registered as D-AGUS.  Bought by Flugzeug Handels GmbH May 24, 1962.  Bought by Boreas
					Corp in 1963 and registered as N4273A.  Bought by California Airmotive
					in 1966.  WFU and stored in 1970. 
				72307 (MSN 10412) damaged Feb 7, 1945.  to Pan American Airways as N88936 *Clipper Meteor*.  Later
					became CF-CPD.  By 1956 was VR-HFF of Cathay Pacific Airlines.  To ZS-IJT.  To VR-HFF on Hong Kong registry.
					To G-ASEN Jan 22, 1963.  To TF-FIM May 1,1 964.  Back to G-ASEN Oct 15, 1964.  To ZS-0UT Feb 4, 1971.
					Scrapped Bulawayo, Rhodesia in 1972.
				72308 (MSN 10413) to civil registry as N95409, F-OAVS, 7T-VAS (Air Algerie), F-BRHE,
					DY-CAC (Air Comores), 6908 (South African AF), 9Q-CJL (Transair Cargo), EL-WBB, 
					ED-JHL and/or ZX-XXX.
				72309 (MSN 10414) to N90434.  Broken up Aug 1977.
				72311 (MSN 10416/DC147) Delivered to USAAF January 6, 1945. Trans Caribbean Airlines. Registered N56011. 
					Sub-leased to Mercury Aviation Services, Johannesburg, South Africa February 2, 1948. 
					Registered as ZS-BYA for one flight to South Africa. Registered February 1948 as N56011. 
					Registered June 29, 1948 as N56011; cancelled April 8, 1955. Purchased by Israeli 
					Defense Procurement agents in the United States June 1948. Flown with Panamanian registration 
					RX-124 to Zatec, Czechoslovakia by Morris Kaufmann. On July 15, 1948 the 
					aircraft took off for Israel during Operation ‘Balak’ on Flight No. 63, carrying an Avia S-199 
					fighter aircraft, two propellers, ten 70 kg bombs, two 250 kg bombs,
 					spare parts and different machine parts. The cargo was unloaded and the aircraft 
					returned to Czechoslovakia. On July 21, 1948 the aircraft returned to Israel on ‘Balak’ Flight No. 71. 
					carrying ten 500 kg bombs and forty 2 kg bombs. On July 22, 1948 the aircraft 
					performed ‘Balak’Flight No. 74. On July 25, 1948 the aircraft performed ‘Balak’Flight No. 76. 
					An airlift was used by the aircraft to escort the Spitfires that flew to Israel during Operation 
					Velvetta1; the aircraft took off from Ekron and landed at Podgorica, Yugoslavia 
					on September 23, 1948 and left with the sixth of the Spitfires on the 27th of the month. 
					Israeli Air Force November 1948 as serial number 1802. Transferred to EL AL June 11, 1950. 
					Registered as 4X-ADN. Operated with "Nir East Air Transport" logo in Operation Magic Carpet 
					to rescue the Yemenite Jews. Leased to Intercontinental Aria de Cuba August 20, 1950. 
					Registered as CU-P448, later as CU-T448. Used in Operation Magic Carpet to rescue the 
					Yemenite Jews. Registered February 4, 1951 as 4X-AMD. Trans Caribbean Airways June 1951. 
					Registration 4X-AMD cancelled on 24 June 1951. Kamen Aircraft Corp. Registered as N56011; 
					cancelled April 8, 1955. 42-72407 was later assigned the registration 4X-AD
				72312 (MSN 10417/DC148) to American Airlines in 1946 as N90437 "Flagship New
					Orleans", Bought by Air France Aug 1949 as F-BBDR.  SGACC bought it it
					Nov 1953.  Leased by Air France 1955.  Bought by Union de Transports
					Aeriens Dec 1967.  Bought by Air Polynesie Jan 1971.
					Bought by Air Comores Dec 1973, registered it Nov 1976
					as D6-CAA. WFU and stored Moroni, Comores 1979.
					Bought by South African AF in 1981 and registered as 6907.  WFU and
					stored 1992.  Sold as ZS-XXX Jun 1, 1993.  Africa Cargo
					Airlines bought it Jun 1, 1993 and registered as ZS-NJN,
					reregistered as 7Q-YYY Mar 17, 1994 and again as 3D-NJN
					Interstate Airways bought it Feb 1998 and registeed as
					3D-ADW
				72313 (MSN 10418/DC149) bought by Douglas Aircraft Jun 20, 1946 and
					converted to DC-4, conversion No. 26.  Bought by Pan 
					American World Airways Mar 21, 1947 and registered as N88930.
					Transferred to Avianca Mar 1947 registered as C-135, reregistered
					as HK-135.  Crashed into Cerro Baco Mountain 290 km NE of Lima,
					Peru Jun 23, 1959 on flight between Bogota, Colombia to
					Lima, Peru.  All 14 onboard killed.
				72314 (MSN 10419/DC150) to Transcontinental Air Express in 1946 as N95495.
					Bought by Trans Ocean Air Lines Nov 1946.  To Philippine Airlines Dec 1948
					as PI-C104.  to Bharat Airways Jan 10, 1949 as VT-CZT named "Vyomvihara".
					Managed by Intian Airlines Corp.  Destroyed in hangar fire May 3, 1962 at
					Dum Dum, Calcutta, India
				72315 (MSN 10420) to civil registry as NL-305, PH-TAG, F-BDRY(Air Atlas), CN-CCE
					(Royal Air Maroc), F-BJHE (TAI), TU-TBQ (Air Afrique), F-BJHE.  To XW-PNI of Royal Air Lao and
					w/o Mar 24, 1976.
				72316 (MSN 10421) damaged in ground accident Dec 6, 1944, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.  To civil registry 
					as NL-303, PH-TAA, F-BELC, 7T-VAC (Air Algerie).  W/o Jun 11, 1965 at Algiers.
				72317 (MSN 10422/DC153) bought by Trans Caribbean in 1946 as N54083.  Destroyed in 1948.
				72318 (MSN 10423) to civil registry as N90438, F-BBDS (Air France).  W/o Oct 20, 1949, Karachi
				72319 (MSN 10424) by 1954 was N65141 of Braniff Airways.  To OD-AEB of Trans Mediterranean Airways.
					W/o Dec 12, 1963 during cargo flight from Kawait to Kabul 50 mi W of Ghazni, Afghanistan when
					ran off course and crashed into mountains. Crew of 3 killed.
42-72320/72439		Douglas C-54B-1-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10425/10544
				72320 (MSN 10425/DC156) destroyed Nov 26, 1944 in takeoff accident at 
					Kwajalein Island
				72321 (MSN 10426) converted to XC-54F with parachute jump doors.
				72322 (MSN 10427) to US Navy as BuNo 50850.
				72323 (MSN 10428) to US Navy as BuNo 50851.
				72324 (MSN 10429) to US Navy as BuNo 50852.
				72325 (MSN 10430) to US Navy as BuNo 50853
				72326 (MSN 10431) to US Navy as BuNo 50854.
				72327 (MSN 10432/DC163) to civil registry as N86542.  Registered as N90402
					for American Airlines 'Flagship Tulsa".  Oct 1948 registered s PH-TDM for
					KLM "Aalsmeer".  Reregistered as PH-DBM still with KLM.  To Avianca
					as HK-521.  As HK-1025 now used as cafe in Bogota, Colombia
				72328 (MSN 10433/DC164) to RFC as N90426, bought in 1946 by American
					Airlines, named "Flagship El Centro".  DBR on takeoff when nose
					gear struck a snowdrift, Tulsa, OK Mar 10, 1948.  Flight made
					a safe emergency landing at Dallas, TX.
				72329 (MSN 10434, DC165) by 1955 was N30045 "Cargoliner Crater Lake"
					of United Airlines, later to Intercontinental Air Lines as
					N30045.  To Iran Airways as EP-ADZ.  To Transocean
					Airlines in 1956 as N30045.  In 2960 to Luxemburg and Inter
					Ocean Airways as LX-IOA, leased as OB-IOA, to Luxemburg
					again as LX-IOA, to LN-AAE.  To N90440.  To Transportflug
					as D-ABOW.  To Societe de Transport Taxi Aerien as
					9Q-CTE.  To SODEMAC of Zaire as 9Q-CTE.  Destroyed Kinshasa
				72330 (MSN 10435) damaged Jun 12, 1945 in India.  To Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88898 *Clipper Archer* later
					*Clipper Hurricane*. Sold to Peruvian AF in 1963 as FAP-363. 
					Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAX-704 and later re-registered OB-R-704.  WFU in 1972
				72331 (MSN 10436) to HK-170 (Transportes Aereos Tropicales 05oct49), current Sep 1999
				72332 (MSN 10437/DC168)  in landing accident Aug 27,1945 caused
					by mechanical failure at Nichols Field, Philippines.
					W/o Sep 1, 1945
				72333 (MSN 10438, DC169) to US Navy Oct 24, 1944 as R5D-2 BuNo 39122.
				72334 (MSN 10439) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88892.  To Colombia
					and Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia (Avianca) as C-114.  Crashed
					into 10,500 foot Mt Tablazo in Colombia in fog on Feb 15, 1947.
					4 crew and 49 passengers killed.
				72335 (MSN 10440) to Pan American Airways 1946/1963 as N88893 'Clipper Syren'.  To EC-BMI of Spantax.
				72336 (MSN 10441) became N226A.  By 1957 was OD-ACA of Air
					Liban.  Operated by AMAZ of Zaire as 9Q-CAM, then to African Lux of Zaire. Shot down
					in Mozambique Nov 26, 1977
				72337 (MSN 10442) to CNAC, China as XT-T02, later XT-108, then N8343C, then Feb 1955
					to Fuerza Aera Colombia as FAC 692.  WFU Dec 1990 after several incidents,
					currently derelict at Bogota, Colombia.
				72338 (MSN 10443, DC174) to US Navy as BuNo 39120
				72339 (MSN 10444/DC175) damaged Feb 8, 1945 in takeoff accident in India.  
					Purchased by Douglas Nov 7, 1945 and converted to DC-4
					and sold to Delta Airlines Feb 14, 1946 and registered as N37472.  Super
					Coach bought it Feb 6, 19543.  Leased by Aerovias North America in 1954.
					Leased by Trans Continental Airlines in 1955.  Bought by Nevada Aero
					Trades Jun 24, 1960, still leased to Trans Continental Airlines.  Bought by
					Acme Aircraft Inc Mar 1962.  Leased by Alaska Airlines Apr 22, 1962.
					Bought by Liberty Air Inc Sep 1963.  Bought by Fleming Air Transport System
					Oct 24, 1963, registered as PI-C571.  WFU and stored 1966.
				72340 (MSN 10445) to civil registry as N90427.  By 1956 1as
					"The Shannon" of Trans World Airlines.  Crashed at Port 
					Harcourt, Nigeri Sep 28, 1969.
				72341 (MSN 10446) by 1955 was N30044 "Cargoliner Lake Huron" of
					United Airlines, by 1957 had been renamed "Cargoliner
					Grand Canyon".   to Portuguese AF as 6608 Apr 7, 1962
				72342 (MSN 10447) by 1954 was N30063 "Capitaliner Atlanta" of Capital
					Airlines.  
				72343 (MSN 10448) became N88819, converted to Aviatin Traders Carvair and to
					Aer Lingus as EI-AMR Feb 5, 1963.  TO CF-EPV May 1968. Spotted derelict 
					near Halesworth, UK.  Cockpit section noted at Halesworth, UK Jan 2000
				72344 (MSN 10449) to Pan American Airways as N88902 *Clipper Black Warrior*.  Sold to Colombia as 
					HK-528 (Transportes Aereos de Bolivar (Aerotabo) 27 Apr 1960 - Aerolineas Medelin). Current 
					Sep 1999
				72345 (MSN 10450) to United Airlines as N30050.  Overran runway at Los Angeles,
					CA Dec 24, 1946.
				72346 w/o Mar 23, 1945
				72347 (MSN 10452) by 1956 was N95407 of Northwest Airlines.
					Later to government of Congo (Zaire) as 9Q-CHB.  Then to Air Congo in 1964.
					Registration changed to 9Q-CBG.  Converted to Swingtail in 1970.  To Zaire
					Aero Service in 1975.  To Kinair Cargo in 1984.
				72348 (MSN 10453/DC184) damaged in landing accident on Johnson Island Aug 9, 1945.
					Bought by Loide Aereo Nacional May 5, 1958 as PP-LEU.  WFU and stored Aug 1958.
				72349 (MSN 10454)Registered 9Dec46 as NC34537 to Trans World Air Lines, later as N34537, Fleet #607, The Citadel. Cancelled 22Apr58 on export to Germany. 
					Registered D-ABUL 26Apr58. Aerotour Deutsche Luftreederei GmbH. Repossessed by Braathens Dec58. Reregistered 2Jul59 as D-ABEF. 
					Continentale Deutsche Luftreederei GmbH. Registration cancelled 13Jun62. Armée de l'Air / French Air Force as 10454; WFU and scrapped.
				72350 (MSN 10455) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88903 *Clipper Dreadnought*, later
					*Clipper Hamburg*, then *Clipper Skylark*.  To LV-HJC Feb 9, 1962.
				72351 (MSN 10456) to civil registry as N90420, N90424, N5110N, N711A, N420NA, F-OBHF, 7T-VAF, F-BRIX, 
					XU-LAL [registered first with Royal Cambodge 09/69, then 1970 with Air Cambodge] 456, wfu.
				72352 (MSN 10457) to civil market as NX86578, NC90451, later N90451, then
					CF-MCA, CF-NAA, then to American Airlines as N20AA, then to Air Centrafrique as TK-AAJ, TL-AAZ.
					Final to Central Africa AF in 1973 as TL-KAW.  Stored Jun 1984.
				72353 (MSN 19458) to civil registry as NC88721, OO_SBO, F-BHVR, D-ABIB, D-ANEK,
					G-ASKD.  Converted to ATL-98 Carvair #14, EI-ANJ then CF-EWP, then LN-NAA. 
					Abandoned at Bangkok, Thailand and broken up in 1985.
				72354 (MSN 10459) to US Navy as BuNo 50855.
				72355 (MSN 10460) accepted by USAAF Nov 20, 1944.  Transferred to US Navy Nov 20, 1944 as BuNo 50856.  
				72356 (MSN 10461) to US Navy as BuNo 50857
				72357 (MSN 10462) to US Navy as BuNo 50858
				72358 (MSN 10463) to US Navy as BuNo 50859
				72359 (MSN 10464) to civil registry as N48165, then to Canadian civil registry as C-GQIA Jul 1978.
					With Millardair since Jan 1995.
				72360 (MSN 10465) to Pan American Airways 1946/1963 as N88908 *Clipper Charmer* 
					later *Clipper Bremen*.  To Colombian AF as FAC-695
				72361 (MSN 10466/DC197) To WAA Mar 7, 1946.  To Pan American Airways Jun 18, 1946 as N88909 *Clipper Dauntless*.
					Sold to Charlotte Aircraft Corp (Leasing) Dec 19, 1962.
					To USA Trust Teritories (Northern Marianas Islands Feb 25, 1966.
					Aug 1968 to Midwest Aviation/California Airmotive.
					To Concare Aircraft Leasing Aug 21, 1968.  Transferred to Stan
					Burnstein Oct 30, 1968.  Bought by Midwest Aviation Corp
					Oct 30, 1968.  To Leonard Linsmeir Jun 4, 1971.  To First
					National Bank Aug 16, 1972.  To Julac Leasing Corp Sep 1972.
					To Kodiak Western Alaska Airlines Feb 26, 1973.  To International
					Air Ltd Jan 15, 1975.  To Panavia Cargo Development Oct 20, 1976.
					Leased to MEF International Lul 1977.  Returned to Air
					Freighter Corp dba Panavia Cargo Development temporary operating
					from MIA Int'l Oct 1977. DBR Apr 18, 1978 when landed short
					of runway at Bottle Creek, North Caicos Island.
				72362 (MSN 10467) Damaged Feb 27, 1945 in landing accident at Kunming, China.  To Pan American 
					Airways 1946/1950 as N60115.  To XA-KOK in 1955, to ETP-7004 of FAM.
				72363 (MSN 10468) to civil registry as N88917, XA-FIP (Mexico), HK-558,
					N558G, YS-33C (El Salvador), WFU.
				72364 (MSN 10469/DC200) to Pan American Airways 1946 as N88906.
					In 1946 purchased by Avianca and registered as C-113, later
					C-130, then HK-130.  Crashed at Cucuta, Colombia Jan 28, 1962.
				72365 (MSN 10470) to Pan American Airways 1946 as N88896 *Clipper Eagle*.  To XA-JAV Nov 18, 1949.  To ETP-???
				72366 (MSN 10471) to United Airlines as N30051.  Crashed on landing at 
					Cheyenne, WY Oct 8, 1946.  2 of 41 on board killed.
				72367 (MSN 10472/DC203) bought by American Airlines Mar 1, 1946,
					named "Flagship Oklahoma" registered N90446.  Bought by US
					Overseas Airlines Jun 4, 1944.  Bought by S. E. Spicher of
					Coral Gables, FL Dec 1957.  Registration revoked, WFU and
					stored Dec 1957.
				72368 (MSN 10473/DC204) damaged in ground incident Amberley AD 
					(Queensland), Australia.  Destroyed (DBR) Apr 23, 1945.
				72369 (MSN 10474, Line No. DC205) delivered to USAAF Dec 6, 1944. Sold to Douglas Aircraft CO Dec 20, 1945,
					Converted to DC-4 after USAAF service.  To Western Airlines Aug 8, 1946 as NC88701.  To United Airlines Aug 1947
					and named "Mainliner Hoover Dam".  Bought in 1950 by California Eastern Aviation as N4002B.  Damaged in midair 
					collision with Overseas Ntional Airways DC-4 N79992 (ex 42-72727) near San Francisco/Oakland Nov 17, 1951
					but was able to land safely.  In 1951 to TACA International (Transportes Aereos Centroamericanos) as YS-04C 
					then YS-73.  In 1952 to RANSA (Ruta Aeras Nacional SA) of Costa Rica as TI-1046C (again as a C-54B).  To Trans
					Ocean Airlines Apr 4, 1952 as DC-4 registered as N4664S.  To LAPSA (Lineas Aeras Paraguayas) Oct 1963 as ZP-CAR, 
					to Paraense Transwportes Aereos Oct 31, 1969 as PP-BTV.  WFU and stored Sao Paulo-Congonhas, Brazil in 1969.
					Broken up Jul 1980.
				72370 (MSN 10475) crashed near Kunming Jul 4, 1945.
				72371 (MSN 10476) damaged Aug 3,1945 in groudn accident at Hickham AB, Hawaii.  To Pan American Airways 
					in 1946 as N88897 *Clipper Onward*.  Sold to Peruvian AF as FAP-362. 
					Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAY-705 and later re-registered OB-R-705.  WFU in 1970
				72372 (MSN 10477) crashed near Biskra AP, India Jun 18, 1945.  Had
					been condemned previous day as "missing"
				72373 (MSN 10478) to United Airlines 1946 as NC30057, later N30057.  Then to Maritime Central 
					Airways as CF-MCB, Nordair as CF-NAB and Paraense as PP-BTT. Withdrawn from 
					use at Rio de Janeiro Feb 15, 1970 and subsequently broken up.
				72374 (MSN 10479/DC210) to RFC Oct 22, 1945.  Bought by Douglas Aircraft
					Corp. Oct 24, 1945, converted to DC-4 conversion No 3.  Bought
					by Western Airlines Oct 16, 1946 as NC86568.  Bought by United
					Airlines Sep 13, 1947 named "Cargoliner Lake St. Clair".  Bought
					by Air corporation of Miami Nov 14, 1954.  Bought by Deltec
					Corp Nov 19, 1954.  Bought by Aviateca Nov 19, 1954 as TG-ARA,
					reregistered TG-AOA.  Bought by Aviation Business Services
					Apr 20, 1970 as N8098.  Bought by Consolidated Inter-America
					Oct 31, 1972, by International Airmotive Corp Nov 8, 1972.
					Bought by Aviation Parts Inc Mar 28, 1973.  Bought by Cecil
					E. Wroten Jul 5, 1974.  Repossessed by Van Dusen Aerospace
					Jan 25, 1975.  Bought by Cecil E. Wroten Mar 7 1975.  Leased by 
					Seagreen Air Transport in 1976.  Bought by Empire Leasing
					Inc Mar 1977.  WFU and stored Van Nuys, CA Mar 1977.
				72375 (MSN 10480) to civil registry as NC90862 then to KLM in May 1948 as PH-TEZ "Zeeland",
					changed to PH-DBZ in 1954.  Fuselage sold to Aviation Traders Jul 1959.
					Used for Carvair mock-up.  Rear fuselage and empennage grafted to first
					Carvair G-ANYB after it was struck by forklift splitting fuselage.
				72376 (MSN 10481) to Pan American Airways as N88890 *Clipper Flying Arrow*.
					By 1957 was with Slick Airways and was recorded as being previously
					with Eastern Air Lines
				72377 (MSN 10482, DC213) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39112.
				72378 (MSN 10483) damaged Apr 28,1945, Tezgaon, India.  Became N227A.  By 1957 was OD-ACI of Air Liban.
					Broken up in 1963.
				72379 (MSN 10484, DC215) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39118.
				72380 (MSN 10485) to N90417, then EC-AEP of Iberia.  Converted to ATL 98 Carvair with MSN 10485-16,
					to EX-AXI, then to HI-168 of CDA.  W/o Jun 23, 1969
				72381 (MSN 10486/DC217) to Twentieth Century Airlines in 1946 as N63396.
					Bought by Reeve Aleutian Airways Apr 7, 1957.  Crashed Great Sitkin
					Isle while on approach to Adak, Alaska Sep 24, 1959.  16 killed.
				72382 (MSN 10487) by 1955 was N30043 "Mainliner Golden Gate" of
					United Airlines
				72383 (MSN 10488, DC219) to American Airlines as N90419 'Flagship
					Indianapolis", Dec 1948 to PH-TDL 'Groningen' for KLM.  Damaged in gear up
					landing near Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Nan 1, 1953.  Repared as PH-DBL for KLM.  To
					HK-522, HP-342 (Panama).  WFU
				72384 (MSN 10489) by 1956 was N90405 "The Eiffel Tower" of
					Trans World Airlines
				72385 (MSN 10490) destroyed by Japanese demolition team at Okinawa-Kontan airfield May 24, 1945.
				72386 (MSN 10491, DC222) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39115.
				72387 (MSN 10492, DC223) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39128.
				72388 (MSN 10493) to Mexicana as XA-FOW.  Crashed at Mexico City Jun 25, 1946 after
					inflight fire.
				72389 (MSN 10494) by 1957 was N88722 of Slick Airways.  Was previously
					with Western Airlines.
				72390 (MSN 10495, DC226) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39124.
				72391 (MSN 10496) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88894 *Clipper 
					Eureka*.  Later to Eastern, and by 1957 was with Slick Airways.
				72392 (MSN 10497) damaged Nov 1, 1945 at Long Beach, California.  By 1955 was N30052 "Cargoliner Lake Erie" of United
					Airlines.  By 1957 N30052 was with Slick Airways.
				72393 (MSN 10498) to civil registry as N95417, ZS-BXS, XA-GUP, N66756, and F-BFVO.  With Union Aeromaritime
					de Transport in flight from Fort Lamy to Beirut crashed into Lake Chad, Chad.  5 of 6 onboard killed.
				72394 (MSN 10499) by 1955 was N30054 "Cargoliner Mississippi River"
					of United Airlines
				72395 (MSN 10500) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88895.  TO HK-115 of Avianca Mar 31, 1949.
				72396 (MSN 10501/DC-232) delivered to USAAF Jan 4, 1945.  To RFC in 1945.  To civil registry as N90401.
					Bught by American Airlines in 1946 in 1946, named "Flagship Dallas".  Bought by Air France Jul 12, 1949
					and registered F-BELL.  Leased by Air Vietnam Nov 1962.  Destroyed by fire on ground at Saigon, South
					Vietnam May 1, 1969.
				72397 (MSN 10502) by 1955 was N37476 of Pacific Northern Airlines.
				72398 (MSN 10503) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88899 *Clipper Endeavor*, ditched off
					Puerto Rico in 1952.
				72399 (MSN 10504) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88900 *Clipper Fearless*.  Lost
					en-route near Tegucigalpa.
				72400 (MSN 10505) to Pan American Airways in 1945 as N88891 *Clipper Raven*, later
					*Clipper Lightning*.
				72401 (MSN 10506) to Pan American Airways in 1946 as N88901 *Clipper Defiance*, *Clipper
					Hannover* and *Clipper Stuttgart*  To Paraense Trasport Aereos as
					PP-BTQ.  W/o Apr 4, 1964 at Belem Airport, Para, Brazil when pilot
					attempted a takeoff without releasing the control locks.  This
					was only realized when the aircraft had reached V2 and lost
					directional control on takeoff and ran into trees.
				72402 (MSN 10507) to civil registry as N88915.  To Mexicana as XA-FIT.  To
					HK-728 with Aeronorte Colombia.  Crashed into mountain near El Libano 7 min after takeoff from
					Bogota Eldorado Apt Jul 24, 1974.  3 crew killed.
				72403 (MSN 10508) crashed on landing at Kunming, China Feb 26, 1945
				72404 (MSN 10509, DC240) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39117.
				72405 (MSN 10510) to CNAC, China as XT-T06, later XT-105, then N8346C, then to Trans
					Ocean Airlines (TALOA) 1953-03/1955 as N8347V, next to Bolivia as CP-609, and
					destroyed Feb 5, 1960 while used by Lloyd Aereo Boliviano when it crashed 15 min after
					takeoff near Laguna de Huanacota, Bolivia.  4 crew, 55 passengers killed.
				72406 (MSN 10511) to civilian registry as N86578. Sold to Air Chile as CC-CAJ. Sold to 
					Faucett of Peru as OB-PBM-625 and later re-registered OB-R-625.
				72407 (MSN 10512) Delivered to USAAF January 6, 1945. Returned to Douglas, El Segundo, CA for 
					conversion November 5, 1945.  To Western Airlines May 21, 1946. Registered as NC86581. 
					To United Airlines 1947; named "Mainliner Grand Canyon". Flying Tiger acquired the aircraft 
					for El Al April 27, 1950. Registered May 31, 1950 as 4X-ADB. 
					May have been registered in Cuba as CU-T-472 for operation ‘Magic Carpet’ to rescue the 
					Yemenite Jews. Registered February 4, 1951 as 4X-ADN, but in practice it carried the original 4X-ADB. 
					On November 24, 1951, the aircraft crashed and went on fire while carrying out a cargo flight in 
					Zurich. Six crew members were killed, one crewman survived.  Also reported as being
					Registered November 20, 1951 as N86581 to Flying Tiger Line; cancelled January 19, 1956. 
				72408 (MSN 10513/DC244) registered as N86561 to RFC Sep 28, 1945.
					Bought by Douglas Oct 10, 1945 and converted to DC-4 conversion No. 7.
					Bought by Delta Airlines Dec 14, 1945 and registered as N37473.
					Leased by TACA Airways Jul 15, 1949 as YS-67, returned Aug 25, 1949.
					Bought by Northwest Airlines Sep 2, 1952.  Bought by P. D. Smight Dec 28, 1954.
					Great Lakes Airline "Lake Michigan" leased Sep 13, 1955.  Bought by
					Nevada Aero Trades Apr 14, 1956.  Leased by Great Lakes Airline 
					"Lake Michigan" Apr 14, 1956.  Subleased by Trans Alaska Airlines
					Feb 25, 1960.  Bought by Trans Mediterraneas Airways Feb 1962
					registered as OD-AEA.  Bought by Omni Investment Corp Jan 19, 1968
					as N9982H.  Bought by Carolina Aircraft Corp Feb 5, 1969.  Leased by
					Pan African Airlines 1969.  Destroyed in Biafran rocket attack at
					Port Harcourt, Nigeria May 24, 1969.
				72409 (MSN 10514) to US Navy as BuNo 50861
				72410 (MSN 10515) suffered some sort of mechanical failure Aug 2, 1945.
					Further details not known.
				72411 (MSN 10516) to US Navy as BuNo 50860
				72412 (MSN 10517) by 1956 was N34538 of Trans World Airlines.
				72413 (MSN 10518/DC249) bought by Transair Inc 1946 as N69327.  Bought by
					Guest Aerovias Mexico in 1948 and registered as XA-HER.  Modern Air
					Transport bought it in 1948 and registered as N1695M.  Curtis Reid
					Flying Services bought it Apr 1950 and registered as CF-EDN named
					"Canadian Pilgrim".  Crashed in the Alps near Grenoble, France Nov 13, 1950
					when strayed 50 mi off course while on flight to Paris.  52 killed.  
				72414 (MSN 10519) to US Navy as BuNo 50864
				72415 (MSN 10520) to US Navy as BuNo 50865. Air Response, Inc.  Stored at Mesa, AZ as N67019.
				72416 (MSN 10521) to US Navy as BuNo 50863
				72417 (MSN 10522) to US Navy as BuNo 50862.
				72418 (MSN 10523) MIA in CBI theatre Mar 17, 1945.  MACR 13082
				72420 (MSN 10525) to US Navy as BuNo 50867
				72421 (MSN 10526) w/o Oct 29, 1945.
				72422 (MSN 10527) damaged in ground accident Memphis, Tennessee Mar 9, 1945.  To Pan American World 
					Airways in 1946 as N88889 *Clipper Black Hawk*.  To XA-JEF of Mexicana Dec 6, 1949.  To HK-134
				72423 (MSN 10528) to NV88723, NC59952, G-ANYB.  It was the first DC-4 converted
					to ATL-98 Carbair.  After damage to rear fuselage received rear fuselage
					from 42-72375.  Broken up Jul 1970 Lydd Kent UK
				72424 (MSN 10529) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) as XT-T-01, XT-101.
					Transferred to Chinese AF as C-72424 "Chung Mei" as personal transport of
					Chaing Kai-Shek.  Later B-1801, XW-PGE, B-1801. On November 28, 1974 while being 
					operated by Royal Air Cambodge on a flight between Phnom-Penh and Hong Kong 
					was shot down near An Loc (Vietnam). 3 crew only fatal.
				72425 (MSN 10530) by 1956 was N86571 of Trans World Airlines. to D-ABEB and w/o with Continentale
					Deutsche Luftreederei on landing approach to Kano, Nigeria Jun 17, 1961.  1 of 7 aboard killed.
				72426 (MSN 10531, DC262) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39113.
				72427 (MSN 10532) By 1953 was XA-FIU of Mexicana.  To HK-729 (Transportes Aereos Tropicales (TAT) 14 Dec 1962). 
					Current Sep 1999
				72428 (MSN 10533) to US Navy as BuNo 50866
				72429 (MSN 10534/DC265) to American Airlines in 1946 as N90425 named "Flagship
					El Paso".  Bought by Eastern Airlines Apr 10, 1950 named "725".  Aero
					Leases boght it May 1955, but Eastern Airlines continued to lease it.
					Bought by Twentieth Century Airlines in 1958.  Trans Mediterranean
					Airways May 1959 and registered as OD-ADI.  This was one of 14 aircraft
					destroyed by Israeli commando raid on Beirut, Lebanon Dec 28, 1968.
				72430 (MSN 10535, DC266) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39125.
				72431 (MSN 10536, DC267) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39126.
				72432 (MSN 10537) to US Navy as BuNo 50868.
				72433 (MSN 10538) to CNAC, China as XT-T-04, later XT-104, then N8345C, then to
					Trans Ocean Airlines (TALOA) 1953-1955 as N4665V named 'African Queen', then
					to Lloyd Aereo Boliviano (LAB/Bolivia) as CP-610, then to Miami Airlines as
					N5386, to Martin's Air Charter (MAC), Netherlands as PH-MAE later Trans
					World Leasing still as PH-MAE.  Feb 1967 to Transportflug as D-ADAC.
					Oct 28l 1970 to SODEMAC of Zaire as 9Q-CTD.  WFU
				72434 (MSN 10539) to civil registry as N86575, F-DAEU, CN-CCB (Royal Air Maroc), F-BJHB,
					TU-TBO (Air Afrique), F-BJHB.
				72435 (MSN 10540/DC271) leased by Seaboard and Western Airlines Nov 21, 1946
					registered as N74644 named "African Queen". Crashed and destroyed by
					fire while landing at Keflavik, Iceland Mar 30, 1951.  Drifted to the
					side of runway following GCA approach, struck hard frozen snow
					banks and caught fire.  6 crew injured.
				72436 (MSN 10541) by 1956 was N34577 "Skyfreighter" of Trans
					World Airlines.
				72437 (MSN 10542, DC273) to US Navy as R5D-2 BuNo 39127.
				72438 (MSN 10543) to civil registry as N66644, HZ-AAI, G-ASPM, ZS-IRK, A2-AAD, then SGA of Zaire as 9Q-CWQ.
				72439 (MSN 10544/DC275) converted by Douglas to DC-4 (conversion No. 32) and
					sold to United Airlines Apr 20 1946 as N30056 "Mainliner Ohio Valley".
					Leased by Northeast Airlines in 1956 and returned in 1957.  Bought by Loide
					Aereo Nacional Dec 16, 1957 registered as PP-LEQ.  Crashed Maraso Bay
					while on approach to Belem, Brazil Aug 11, 1958.  10 of 11 onboard killed.
42-72440/72539		Douglas C-54D-1-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10545/10644
				72440 (MSN 10545) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Aug 12, 1965.
				72441 (MSN 10546) to US Navy as BuNo 50869
				72442 (MSN 10547) to RAF as Skymaster I KL977, then to US Navy 
					Jul 1946 as BuNo 91994.
				72443 (MSN 10548) converted to VC-54D.  To MASDC as CC182 Nov 6, 1970.
				72445 (MSN 10550) to US Navy as BuNo 50871.
				72448 (MSN 10553) to US Navy as BuNo 50870
				72449 (MSN 10554) to US Navy as BuNo 50874.
				72450 (MSN 10555) to US Navy as BuNo 50873
				72451 (MSN 10556) to US Coast Guard.  To MASDC May 5, 1964.
				72453 (MSN 10558) to US Navy as BuNo 50872
				72454 (MSN 10559) to US Navy as BuNo 50876. 
				72455 (MSN 10560) to US Navy as BuNo 50875.  to Airborne Support, Houma, LA as N67024.
				72456 (MSN 10561) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC.  Returned to service Nov 22, 1965. Assigned to 1604th
					Air Base Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Nov 1965.  Damaded Dec 20, 1965 by turbulence during flight, cracking
					the left stablizier.  Back to MASDC Jan 28, 1966.
				72457 (MSN 10562) crashed into sea near Kyushu Isl, Japan after takeoff Sep 26, 1950.  23 of 51
					onboard killed.
				72458 (MSN 10563) to US Navy as BuNo 50877. 
				72459 (MSN 10564) converted to SC-54D.  Assigned to 29th ARS at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 1956
				72461 (MSN 10566) flew fully automated flight from Stephenville, Newfoundland to RAF
					Brize Norton, England Sep 22, 1947
				72463 to MASDC Sep 14, 1964.  To Ethiopian AF as ETI-727.
				72464 (MSN 10569) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Mar 9, 1948 in West Germany. Damaged Sep 14, 1951 at 
					Tachikawa AB, Japan.  To MASDC May 9, 1966.
				72465 (MSN 10570) to Maricopa Aircraft, AZ as N67061.
				72467 (MSN 10572) to US Coast Guard as 3467
				72468 (MSN 10573) to US Navy as BuNo 56484 
				72469 (MSN 10574) disappeared near Snag, Yukon, Canada Jan 26, 1950 while flying between Elmendorf AFB
					and Great Falls, Montana.  Aircraft and victims never found.  All 44 onboard presumed killed.
				72470 (MSN 10575) to US Navy as BuNo 56487.
				72471 (MSN 10576) to US Navy as BuNo 50878
				72472 (MSN 10577) to US Navy as BuNo 56485
				72473 (MSN 10578) converted to VC-54D.  Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Squadron [SAC], Biggs AFB, TX 
					Nov 1948-Aug 1949. Assigned to 8th AF [SAC], Carswell AFB, TX as a command support aircraft.
					Assigned to 60th TCW, Wiesbaden, West Germany Feb-Apr 1951.
					Assigned to 8th AF [SAC], Carswell AFB, TX as a command support aircraft Apr 1951-
					To MASDC at unknown date
				72474 (MSN 10579) crashed near summit of Mount St. Helens, WA
					Nov 22, 1949.  All 6 onboard killed.
				72475 (MSN 10580) damaged Oct 31, 1950 in landing accident at Barter Isle, Alaska.  To MASDC Jul 29, 1965.
				72476 (MSN 10581) crashed near Rathenow, West Germany Sep 12, 1949.  3 killed.
					Some sources quote this plane as going to Turkish AF as ETI-581,
					which cannot be correct.
				72477 (MSN 10582/DC313) Delivered to USAAF 22 Feb 1045, reregistered USAF 18 Sep 1947. To Portuguese AF under MDAP, reg. 6603. 
					W/o 31 Jan 51 near Terceira-Lajes AFB, Azores when it crashed in the sea during the approach to Lajes AF Base (Azores).
				72479 (MSN 10584) to US Navy as BuNo 56486
				72481 (MSN 10586) to US Navy as BuNo 56488
				72482 (MSN 10587) to US Navy as BuNo 56490
				72483 (MSN 10588/DC319) delivered to USAAF Feb 26, 1945, re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Ground accident Nov 27, 1948 at Weisbaden, 
					Germany while attached to 411TS/317TCG at Tachikawa AFB. Another accident Oct 11, 1951 at Yokota, Japan while 
					attached to 4TCS/315AD at Tachikawa AFB. Aug 20, 1965 tfd to AMARC, Davis Monthan AFB from 2852nd Air Base 
					Group, McClellan AFB, CA. Transferred to US Dept. of State (GSAAID) Feb 7, 1966 reg. N551. To Air Vietnam 1966, 
					reg. as XV-NUH. Crashed while attempting an emergency landing near Ben Cat, South Vietnam Sep 24, 1972, 
					23 miles from Saigon, 10 fatal.
				72484 (MSN 10589/DC320) to RAF as Skymaster I KL987 Mar 15, 1945, returned to USAF May 1946 and transferred to 
					US Navy 1947 as R5D-3 BuNo 92003.
				72485 (MSN 10590/DC321) damaged Oct 26, 1948 in Ohio.  To MASDC Feb 8, 1971 as CC188
				72486 (MSN 10591) to US Coast Guard.  To civilian registry as N47895. Sold to Faucett 
					of Peru as OB-R-776. W/o Mt. Pumacona, Peru Jan 14, 1970.
				72487 (MSN 10592) to US Navy as BuNo 56489.  
				72488 (MSN 10593) to MASDC as CC082 Oct 7, 1965.  Currently on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				72489 (MSN 10594) by 1953 was N91071 of Flying Tiger Lines.  By
					1956 had been returned to USAF.  To MASDC Jun 26, 1965.  To MAP in 1966.
				72491 (MSN 10596) crashed in bad weather 4 mi WNW of Kurmitola,
					India Jun 14, 1945.
				72493 (MSN 10598) to US Navy as BuNo 56491
				72494 (MSN 10599) to US Navy as BuNo 87756
				72496 (MSN 10601) to US Navy as BuNo 56493. 
				72497 (MSN 10602) to US Navy as BuNo 87757  
				72499 (MSN 10604) to MASDC Jun 26, 1965.  to Peruvian AF as FAP 386
				72501 (MSN 10606) converted to WC-54D
				72502 (MSN 10607) Assigned to 2108th Air Weather Group [MATS], Westover AFB, MA [Mar 1951].
					Assigned to 8th Weather Squadron, McAndrew AFB, NFLD May 1951-Sep 1951.
					Assigned to 2058th Air Weather Wing, Wiesbaden, West Germany Nov 1951-
					To MASDC as CC185 Nov 21, 1970.  Declared excess Jun 3, 1971.
				72503 (MSN 10608/DC339) bought by Civil Aeronautics Authority (CAA)
					in 1946 as N17.  Reregistered to Federal Aviation 
					Administration Aug 6, 1964 as N86.  Damaged Tangra,
					Greece Nov 1964.  Sold to Florida Aircraft Leasing
					Corp. Jan 1965 as N860F.  To MASDC Mar 9, 1965.  Leased by Aerolineas International
					de Honduras Oct 11, 1965 as HR-BFA.  Reregistered 1966
					as HR-AIA.  Returned to Florida Aircraft Leasing Corp. as
					N860F Oct 31, 1966.  Damaged during taxi when gear collapsed
					due to overload Aug 2, 1966 at Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Bought
					by Ecuatoriana Oct 1967 as HC-ANN.  WFU and stored Fort
					Lauderdale, FL in 1968.  Broken up in 1970.
				72504 (MSN 10609) to US Navy as BuNo 56492
				72505 (MSN 10610) to MASDC Mar 9, 1965.
				72507 (MSN 10612) suffered landing accident at Kurmitola, India
					Apr 24, 1945.  Consequences not known
				72508 (MSN 10613) to US Navy as BuNo 56497.
				72509 (MSN 10614) to US Navy as BuNo 56494.
				72510 (MSN 10615) damaged in ground accident Jul 8, 1945 Miami, Florida.  To MASDC Aug 4, 1964.
				72511 (MSN 10616) assigned to 1600th Air Transport Wing [MATS], Westover AFB, MA. 
					Assigned to HQ 3rd Air Division, RAF Northolt, UK as a command support aircraft Feb 8, 1950.
					Redesignated VC-54D Jul 5, 1950.
					Assigned to 7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany May 1951.
					Damaged May 13, 1952 in UK.  To MASDC Feb 6, 1968.
				72512 (MSN 10617/DC348) delivered to USAAF Mar 14, 1945. Reregistered to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Converted to SC-54D.
					To MASDC Aug 2, 1966, returned to service.  To MASDC Nov 18, 1969.  To Republic of Korea 
					AF in 1970 as 72512.  WFU and stored in 1984.
				72513 (MSN 10618) involved in ground accident at Kunming, China
					Jun 1, 1945.  Details not known.  To MASDC 
				72514 (MSN 10619) to US Navy as BuNo 56495.
				72515 (MSN 10620) w/o Jan 13, 1951 Ashiya, Japan.  Also reported as going to MASDC
				72517 (MSN 10622) converted to SC-54D.  Assigned to 29th ARS at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb 1956.  To MASDC Apr 20, 1966
				72518 (MSN 10623) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 25, 1966.
				72519 (MSN 10624) to US Navy as BuNo 56496
				72520 (MSN 10625) to MASDC Jul 20, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
				72521 (MSN 10626) converted to SC-54D
				72522 (MSN 10627) to US Navy as BuNo 56499
				72524 (MSN 10629) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Jan 21, 1948 in Brazil.  To MASDC May 8, 1970.
				72525 (MSN 10630) to US Navy as BuNo 56498.
				72527 (MSN 10632) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Jan 25, 1966
				72528 (MSN 10633) damaged in ground accident Jul 20, 1945, Miami, Florida.  To MASDC Feb 19, 1965. 
				72529 (MSN 10634) to VC-54D.  To MASDC
				72530 (MSN 10635) to RAF as Skymaster I KL979, then to US Navy 
					Jul 1946 as BuNo 91995
				72531 (MSN 10636) to US Navy as BuNo 56501.  
				72532 (MSN 10637) to RAF as Skymaster I KL980, then to US Navy 
					Jul 1946 as BuNo 91996
				72533 (MSN 10638) to US Navy as BuNo 56500
				72535 (MSN 10640) to US Navy as BuNo 91997.
				72536 (MSN 10641) damaged in ground accident Apr 24, 1945 at Long Beach, California.  Damaged Aug 11, 1945
					Johnston Isle.  Converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Feb 23, 1966. 
				72537 (MSN 10642) damaged in takeoff accident Dec 5, 1945 Fairfield-Suisin.  TO MASDC Sep 19, 1964l
				72538 (MSN 10643) to US Navy as BuNo 56502.  However, this
					plane was seen in USAF markings at Dharan Air Field, Saudi Arabia 1957-59. 
				72539 (MSN 10644/DC375) Delivered to USAAF 31 Mar 1945, reregistered USAF 18 Sep 1947. WFU & stored MASDC as CC186 Dec 29, 1970. 
					Aero Union Corp. bought 6 Nov 77 registered as N65397. Aero Trades Western Ltd. bought 20 Aug 79 registered as 
					C-GCXG. Soundair bought Feb 1984. Ernst & Young Inc. bought 10 Aug 90 registered as N65397. International Airlines 
					Support Group bought Dec 1990. Custom Air Transport leased. Exported to Kenya registered as 5Y-BKG Jan 1995. 
					Transcontinental boubht Oct 1996 registered as 9Q-CLM. Air Transport Office bought 15 Dec 96. Cargo Express 
					Congo bought Sep 1997 Liberian registered as EL-WLS. Impounded Cuando Cubango, Angola 1998. Noted Luanda Jul 2006.
42-72540/72639		Douglas C-54D-5-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10645/10744
				72540 (MSN 10645) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Feb 4, 1948 in Alaska.  Damaged in ground accident Jan 20, 1951
					at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  To MASDC Jun 22, 1966.
				72543 (MSN 10648) damaged Aug 12, 1952 in Japan.  To civil registry in Spain as EC-BQK.  To Spanish AF as T4.2
				72546 (MSN 10651) to US Navy as BuNo 56503
				72547 (MSN 10652) converted to SC-54D
				72548 (MSN 10653) to MASDC as CC201 Oct 1, 1971.  To civil registry as N4994H. Later to Buffalo Airways in 
					NW Territories, Canada as CF-BAA (old-style registration, not C-FBAA)
					To Aero Union Corp as N4994H
				72550 (MSN 10655) to N56412, and then to China Air registered as 
					B-1012. Bought by Air America/CAT in November of 1965 for approximately 
					$160,000.00.  Leased to China Air of Taipei in July 1971.  Put into inactive 
					storage at Tainan Feb. 29, 1972 through November 1973.  Sold to Air 
					Distribution Inc., Honolulu, HI on Nov. 13, 1973, reregistered as N402AD. 
					This company went bankrupt in 1975 and the aircraft was again stored at 
					Tainan with Air Asia. Feb. 25, 1976 sold to Air Asia, withdrawn from use and 
					stored September 1977.
				72551 (MSN 10656) converted to TC-54D. To MASDC Mar 28, 1966
				72552 (MSN 10657) crashed Nov 12, 1946 in Portezuelo del Cerro Pelado, 30 km NW from the city of Mendoza, 
					province of Mendoza, Argentina, after take off. It belonged to the American Air Mission 
					in Chile. 9 members of crew, 1 serious injury, 7 injured
				72553 (MSN 10658) crashed on approach Atsugi, Japan May 29, 1947.  40 killed.
				72555 (MSN 10660) converted to SC-54D. Damaged Feb 6, 1952 in Alaska.  To MASDC Jul 22, 1965
				72556 (MSN 10661) to US Navy as BuNo 56504.
				72557 (MSN 10662) damaged Aug 25, 1950 in Ohio.  To MASDC Dec 5, 1969.  To South Korean AF in 1970.
				72558 (MSN 10663) crashed Jan 16, 1953 on approach to Stephenville-Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland.  13 killed  
				72559 (MSN 10664/DC395) was one of 38 C-54s internally stripped for hauling
					coal during Berlin Airlift and redesignated C-54M.  To Portuguese AF under MDAP bought Jul 1959, 
					registered 7501. W/o 26 Jul 1962 when it crash-landed into the sea during the approach to Gando Air Base, 
					Las Palmas, Spanish Canary Islands.  Another source has this aircraft after the Portuguese continuing on as 
					C-GCXG and then N65397. But this aircraft (C-GCXG and then N65397) was actually Douglas C-54D-1-DC Skymaster 
					MSN 10644/DC375 originating as 42-72539. It appears the similarity of the serial numbers may have caused 
					their confusion.
				72560 (MSN 10665) to US Navy as R5D-3 56505 in Apr 1945.  .
				72562 (MSN 10667) to MASDC Sep 3, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1966
				72564 (MSN 10669) converted to SC-54D.  to MASDC Jul 30, 1966.  To civil registry as N1543Z, N143ZL, then HK-1808.
					Registered as XA-ACE (Mexicana).  To Aeronorte Colombia as HK-1808.
					Crashed near La Macarena, Colombia after engine failure Jun 19, 1996.
				72565 (MSN 10670) to FAA as N82 in 1964.  To N8220 in 1969.  Scrapped at Sebring, FL
				72566 (MSN 10671) converted to SC-54D.  Wrecked at Bilbao, Spain in 1961.
				72567 (MSN 10672) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 8, 1966
				72568 (MSN 10673) converted to SC-54D.  To US Navy as BuNo 56506.  
				72569 (MSN 10674) converted to SC-54D
				72570 (MSN 10675) crashed in bad weather 10 mi SE of Shillong,
					India Oct 7, 1945.
				72571 (MSN 10676) damaged Oct 1, 1948 in West Germany.  To MASDC Sep 9, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1966
				72572 (MSN 10677) lost Dec 24, 1947, Goose Bay, Labrador
				72575 (MSN 10680) converted to SC-54D
				72576 (MSN 10681) to US Navy as BuNo 56507
				72577 (MSN 10682) to TC-54D.  To MASDC Nov 17, 1966.
				72578 (MSN 10683) damaged Feb 19, 1952 in Greenland.  To MASDC Sep 29, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.  To Turkish AF
				72580 (MSN 10685) to US Navy as BuNo 56509
				72581 (MSN 10686) suffered structural failure at Shamsherngar
					AAB, India May 29, 1945.  Details and consequences not
					known.  To Turkish AF Dec 12,1959 as ETI-581 
				72582 (MSN 10687) to MASDC Sep 27, 1964.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970. 
				72584 (MSN 10689) to RAF as KL981, then to US Navy as BuNo 92002 
					Jul 1946
				72585 (MSN 10690) to RAF as KL982.  Went to US Navy as BuNo 91997 
				72586 (MSN 10691) converted to SC-54D
				72587 (MSN 10692) to US Navy as BuNo 56508
				72588 (MSN 10693) to US Navy as BuNo 56510
				72589 (MSN 10694) assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda Jul 1961-May 1964.
				72590 (MSN 10695) converted to HC-54D.  Assigned to 57th ARS, Najes AFB, Azores, Portugal in 1964.  Used by NASA
					to train Gemini spacecraft recovery crews.  Was filming paradrops by pararescue crews training for the delivery
					and installation of Gemini capsule flotation collars off Castle Harbour, Bermuda Jul 29, 1964 when
					collided with HC-97G 52-2773 and crashed into the sea.
				72591 (MSN 10696) damaged in ground accident May 29, 1950 at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  To MASDC
				72592 (MSN 10697) to US Navy as BuNo 56511. 
				72594 (MSN 10699) Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Squadron [SAC], Biggs AFB, TX .
					Assigned to 3902nd Air Base Group, Offutt AFB, NE as a staff transport by HQ SAC [May 1950].
					Assigned to 16th AF, Torrejon AB, Spain as a staff transport Feb 1962.
					Assigned to 16th AF, Zaragoza AB, Spain as a staff transport Jun 1963.
					Assigned to 16th AF, Moron AB, Spain as a staff transport May 1964.
					To MASDC Oct 15, 1964. 
				72596 (MSN 10701/DC432) allocated to 317th TCG, Wiesbaden AB,
					West Germany for Berlin airlift.  Allocated to 2849th Air Base
					Group, Hill AFB, UT.  To MASDC Dec 20, 1965.  To GSA AID for
					US Department of State Feb 7, 1966 registered as N554.
					Donated to Air Vietnam 1966 registered as XV-NUJ.  Crashed in
					jungle 29 km S of Pleiku City, SVN after being shot down
					on flight from Vientaine, Laos to Saigon Tan Son Nhut APT Mar 12, 1975.  26 killed.
				72599 (MSN 10704) damaged Oct 23, 1948 in East Germany.  To MASDC Aug 3, 1964 as CC003.  To South Korean AF?
				72600 (MSN 10705) converted to TC-54D.  Damaged Dec 23, 1946 in Newyork, damaged Oct 21,1 947 Westover AFB,
					Massachusetts.  To MASDC Jun 8, 1966.  Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
				72601 (MSN 10706) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 4, 1966.  By 1953 was N91083 of Flying Tiger Lines
				72605 (MSN 10710/DC441) allocated to Task Force 1.5.4 to
					support Crossroads atomic bomb tests.  Allocated Aug 15, 1946
					to 1st ATU.  To Royal Danish AF Oct 31, 1959 as
					N-605, to ESK 721 Squadron.  Ditched N of Hesselo in Kattegat Nov 8, 1965 after engine failures.
				72606 (MSN 10711) last of two EC-54s with 21 CQ/21 OS at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1969.
					Declared excess Jan 7, 1970.
				72607 (MSN 10712) damaged Jun 9, 1950 in Japan.  To Spanish AF as T.4-4, then to civil registry as EC-APD.
				72608 (MSN 10713) Damaged Dec 22, 1951 at Chunchon AB, Korea.  To MASDC Aug 16, 1964
				72609 (MSN 10714) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Aug 4, 1966.
				72611 (MSN 10716) With 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 1964.  Lost with North Dakota ANG 
					Aug 27, 1969 on flight from Anchorage to King Salmon AF Station with 4 crewmen aboard.  
					Wreck discovered 3 years later.
				72612 (MSN 10717) to MASDC May 25, 1964.
				72614 (MSN 10719) damaged Apr 18, 1949 in Cannada, damaged in landing accident Apr 22, 1951 Cornwallis Isle, Canada,
					damaged Dec 16, 1951 Frobisher Bay.  To MASDC at unknown date
				72615 (MSN 10720) converted to SC-54D
				72617 (MSN 10722) to MASDC as CC256 Nov 27, 1974.  To Ardco Aviation, Tucson, AZ as N49451.
				72618 (MSN 10723) converted to WC-54D.  To MASDC Sep 15, 1964.  To Denmark under MAP Mar 15, 1965.
				72619 (MSN 10724) converted to TC-54D. Damaged Jul 8, 1945 on landing at Cazes AB, Morocco.  To MASDC Nov 18, 1969.
				72620 (MSN 10725) to MASDC Aug 5, 1965.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
				72622 (MSN 10727) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Jun 2, 1975 as CC260.  In scrap yard next to AMARC.
				72623 (MSN 10728) to JC-54D for missile tracking
				72624 (MSN 10729) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Mar 25, 1958 Guam, Damaged in ground accident Jan 20, 1951
					Tachikawa AB, Japan.  Damaged Jun 17, 1951 Hoengson AB, Korea  To MASDC Apr 18, 1966.
				72625 (MSN 10730) to MASDC Jun 12, 1964. to MASDC Jun 12, 1964.  To Denmark under MAP Mar 15, 1965.  
					To Zaire Aero Service, Zaire as 9Q-CBK
				72626 (MSN 10731) to MASDC Sep 22, 1965.  To Peruvian AF as FAP-387. Transferred to SATCO as OB-R-949.
				72627 (MSN 10732) damaged in ground accident Sep 8, 1945 Kadena AB, Okinawa.  To MASDC Sep 23, 1965.  
					Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
				72629 (MSN 10734) crashed on approach, Frankfurt, West Germany Jan 12, 1949.  3 killed.
				72630 to VC-54D
				72631 (MSN 10736) to civil registry as N2750A.  To Starways of Liverpool as G-APIN.
					Lost by strafing at Kamanai, Congo by Katangan Fouga Magister Sep 16, 1961.
				72632 (MSN 10736) to US Navy as BuNo 56515
				72633 (MSN 10737) to US Navy as BuNo 56516
				72634 (MSN 10739) to US Navy as BuNo 56513.
				72635 (MSN 10740) to US Navy as BuNo 56517
				72636 (MSN 10741) to US Navy as BuNo 56514.
				72637 (MSN 10742) to US Navy as BuNo 56512 
				72638 (MSN 10743) to US Navy as BuNo 56519 
				72639 (MSN 10744) to US Navy as BuNo 56518
42-72640/72739		Douglas C-54D-10-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10745/10844
				72640 (MSN 10745/DC476) delivered to USAAF May 23, 1945, On Feb 24, 1947 flew to Thule, Greenland participated in the rescue 
					and return of the crew from photo reconnaissance B-29, the KEE BIRD, (45-21768) after their emergency 
					Greenland landing,  re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. At Wheelus AB, Libya on Mar 11, 1953 damaged in a weather 
					related incident. WFU & stored Davis Monthan, AFB, AZ. Sold ex Davis Monthan Jun 14, 1966.
				72641 (MSN 10746/DC477) delivered to USAAF Jun 11, 1945, re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. On Nov 27, 1948 attached to 
					29TS/313TCG at Fassberg RAF, Eng., damaged in a take-off accident due to a mechanical failure at Fassberg. 
					On Nov 28, 1950 attached to 53TCS/61TCG at Rhein-Main AB, Ger., damaged in a weather incident 605 miles 
					WSW Matsushima AB. On Sep 10, 1950  attached to 13ATS/1703ATG (MATS) at Brookley AFB, AL damaged in a 
					ground fire at Majors Field, Greenville, TX. To N6513D 1959. Loram Ltd bt. 1959 reg. CF-LTI. Pacific Western 
					Airlines bought Jul 1959 reg. CF-PWJ. Cryderman Air Services (Century Airlines) bt. Nov 24, 1972 reg. N74182. 
					Air Training & Taxi Center bought Dec 7, 1974. AMAZ (Agence et Messageries Aerienne du Zaire), 
					named "N'deka Luka" of Kinshasa, Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), bought Feb 11, 1974 and 
					registered 9Q-COO. Destroyed by fire at Lubumbashi, Democratic Republic of the Congo 
					(formerly Elizabethville, Zaire). 
				72642 (MSN 10747/DC478) delivered to USAAF May 3, 1945, re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. Cvtd to VC-54D, Served in
					1972 with 4784th ABG at Otis AFB, Maryland and named "Grand Ole Lady of NORAD".  WFU & stored Davis Monthan 
					AFB, AZ May 1973. Consolidated Aeronautics Corporation bought Feb 17, 1978. Aircraft Surplus Company Inc. 
					bought Mar 2, 1978 reg. N9016Q. Les Fuller bought Mar 9, 1979. Satraco SA bought Nov 7, 1979. Yenom Corp. 
					bought Mar 28, 1980. Knightsbridge International bought Sep 17, 1980.  Impounded & stored West End, Bahamas, 
					(WTD).
				72643 (MSN 10748, Line No DC479) after USAF converted to DC-4.
					to CNAC (China National Aviation Corporation) as XT-102,
					to Flying Tigers as N8347C, to California Eastern Aviation (dba
					Southeast Air Slies as N4890V,  to Riddle Airlines (Feb 1956 to
					Dec 1960) as N4890V.  Dec 7, 1960 registered as ZP-CBP
					(Paraguay) as Servicios Aereos del Paraguay S A (Paraguayan
					Airways Service No. 2) after an earlier bankruptcy.  Next to
					Sociedad Aeronautica Medellin (SAM) as HK-529.  To N529D, to Anglers Club
					as N122AC.  Operated by Southern Aero Trades, Inc.  Destroyed in
					Colombia in 1981.
				72644 (MSN 10749/DC480) to USAAF May 31, 1945.  To RAF as Skymaster I KL983 Jun 8, 1945, Tfd to RAF VIP Flight 
					Jun 9, 1945. Tfd to RAF 232 Squadron Jun 21, 1945. Tfd to RAF Air Command SE Asia Jul 12, 1945. Rtn to 
					USAAF Nar 1846 re-reg 42-72644, re-reg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1966.
				72645 (MSN 10750/DC481) to RAF Jun 23, 1945 as KL984, then to US Navy as BuNo 91998
					Feb 23, 1946
				72646 (MSN 10751) FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
				72647 (MSN 10752) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Feb 17, 1966.
				72648 (MSN 10753, 374th Troop Carrier Wing, 22nd Troop Carrier Sq) destroyed
					by NKAF bombing strike at Suwon, Korea Jun 30, 1950.  No casualties.  Listed as first USAF
					plane lost in the Korean War.
				72649 (MSN 10754) Assigned to 1700th Air Transport Group [MATS], Kelly AFB, MA. 
					Assigned to 2nd Strategic Support Squadron [SAC], Walkers AFB, NM Nov 1949.
					Assigned to HQ 8th AF [SAC], Carswell AFB, TX as a command support aircraft 16Jun 16, 1950.
					Redesignated VC-54D Sep 27, 1950.  Damaged Jun 12, 1952 Jamaica. To MASDC at unknown date.
				72650 (MSN 10755) converted to VC-54D.  To MASDC Dec 8, 1965. Must have been restored to service with US Army, since
					skidded upon landing at Roi-Namur in the Marshall Islands on flight from Kwajalein.  Aircraft overran the runway
					and came to rest in the sea Jun 28, 1977.  Crew of 4 and 12 passengers uninjured.  Aircraft later deemed DBR.
				72651 (MSN 10756) to MASDC at unknown date
				72652 (MSN 10757) to civil registry as N2302D.  Still active with Doan Helicopter, Daytona Beach, FL
				72654 (MSN 10759) famaged Sep 20,1950 in ground accident at Haneda, Japan. Damaged Dec 30, 1950 in Texas.
					To MASDC Aut 5, 1965, returned to service May 18, 1967.  Back to MASDC as CC183 Nov 19, 1970.
				72655 (MSN 10760) converted to TC-54D.  To MASDC Nov 15, 1966.  Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
				72656 (MSN 10761) to civil registry as N20911.  Became CP-1352.  Registration
					N20911 cancelled Oct 12, 2004 as sale reported 1978.
				72658 (MSN 10763) converted to SC-54D. To MASDC May 20, 1966.
				72662 (MSN 10767, 374th TCG, 6th TCS) crashed near Pyongyang AB, Korea Nov 19, 1950 due to engine fire
					after takeoff.  Minor crew injures, but aircraft consumed by fire.
				72665 (MSN 10770) converted to SC-54D. Damaged Mar 1, 1949, West Germany.  To MASDC Jul 10, 1966.
				72666 (MSN 10771) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Aug 26, 1945 in ground accident at Guam.  Damaged
					Oct 7, 1952 in Japan.  To MASDC Apr 21, 1966
				72668 (MSN 10773/DC504) Delivered to USAAF 17 Jun 1945, rr USAF 18 Sep 1947. To Portuguese AF under MDAP bought Jul 1959, 
					registered as 7502. W/o 22 Nov 62 Taking off in heavy rain, at São Tomé, Ilha de São Tomé the aircraft 
					collided with terrain. The aircraft was possibly overloaded.
				72671 (MSN 10776) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 17, 1966.
				72672 (MSN 10777) damaged in ground accident Sep 7,1945 Kadena, Okinawa.  Damaged Feb 9, 1959 in ground
					addicent at Logan APT, Boston, Massachusetts.  To MASDC at unknown date.
				72674 was used as support aircraft for Thunderbirds.  To MASDC Aug 24, 1970.   Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
				72678 to RAF as KL985, then to US Navy as BuNo 91999 Jul 1946.
				72679 to RAF as KL986, then to US Navy as BuNo 92000 Jul 1946.
				72680 (MSN 19785/DD516) completed for the USAAF Jun 20, 1945.  Crashed on Santa Maria, Azores
					4 mi E of Vila Do Porto Jul 3, 1945.  4 Killed. 
				72681 to MASDC Sep 25, 1964.  Declared excess Sep 9, 1970.
				72683 to Turkish AF as ETI-683 Dec 12,1959; noted 1997 in Turkish AF Museum, Yesilkoy, Istanbul.
				72684 (MSN 10789) to MASDC at unknown date.
				72685 (MSN 10790) to US Navy as BuNo 87758. 
				72686 (MSN 10791) ditched after 2 engine failures during flight from Okinawa to US Dec 5, 1948 
					between Johnston & Palmyra islands. 37 aboard, 33 rescued after over 40 hours in two 14 man rafts 
				72688 (MSN 10793) crashed near Frankfurt, West Germany Oct 18, 1948.  3 killed.
				72689 (MSN 10794) to EC-54D.  To FAA as N84 in 1962, transferrred to US Department of Justice.
					Returned to USAF and To MASDC Apr 3, 1970.  
				72692 (MSN 10797) converted to WC-54D.  Damaged Feb 17, 1949 West Germany.  Damaged nov 26, 1950 in ground accident
					at Haneda, Japah.  To MASDC Oct 18, 1970.  Declared excess Nov 4, 1970.
				72694 (MSN 10799) damaged Jan 4, 1949, West Germany.  To MASDC Nov 6, 1964 as CC008.  FMS to Republic of Korea AF.
				72695 (MSN 10800) converted to TC-54D.  to MASDC as CC137 Nov 4, 1969.  
				72696 (MSN 10801) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Sep 19, 1948 in West Germany.  To MASDC Oct 20, 1965.
				72697 (MSN 10802) to US Navy as BuNo 87759
				72698 (MSN 10803) crashed after takeoff Fassberg, Germany Dec 5, 1948.  3 killed.
				72700 (MSN 10805/DC536) allocated to Task Force 1.5.4 to support
					the Crossroads atomic bomb tests.  WFU in 1972 and stored
					at Roswell AAFB.  Cannibalized and used for spare parts.
				72701 (MSN 10806) to MASDC Aug 25, 1969.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Feb 17, 1970.  Declared excess Apr 6, 1970.
				72702 (MSN 10807) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Nov 6, 1951 in Montana.  To MASDC Jul 15, 1966.
				72703 (MSN 10808) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Dec 17, 1965.
				72704 (MSN 10809) crashed into Mt Tanzawa near Atsugi, Japan in a rainstorm Apr 21, 1950 on flight from Japan to
					Philippines.  35 killed.  However, this
					plane was seen in USAF markings at Dharan Air Field, Saudi Arabia 1957-59.
				72706 (MSN 10811) to civil registry as N4988T, then C-GRYX and then C9-ATF with
					Interocean Airways.  Now on FAA records as N4988T
				72707 (MSN 10812) to US Navy as BuNo 56520
				72708 (MSN 10183) converted to SC-54D.  Damaged Aug 13, 1954 Azores.  Damaged Nov 16, 1962.  To MASDC Oct 7, 1964.
					to Colombian AF as FAC-693
				72709 (MSN 10814/DC545) with North Dakota ANG was involved when #3 engine caught
					fire and fell off the aircraft.  Landed at Chanute AFB.  To MASDC Aug 9, 1965. Returned to service. 
					To Aero Union corp Oct 18, 1978 as N4994G.  Bought by N. Burchinal Jr Oct
					23, 1979.  Bought by Phase II Inc Jan 1982.  WFU and stored
					Waco, TX.  Broken up prior to Oct 1991.  
				72710 (MSN 10815/DC546) to MASDC Jun 4, 1964.  To Guatemala AF as FAG 800 
					Nov 23, 1964.  To Honduran AF as FAH 799.  Crashed near Cartago in
					Costa Rica Nov 29, 1974. Crew of 4 killed.
				72712 (MSN 10817/DC548) converted to JC-54D.  To MASDC Dec 11, 1969.
					Declared excess Sep 9, 1970 and broken up.
				72713 converted to SC-54D.  Assigned to 594 AAF BN TAAF, Topeka, KA
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Sep 28, 1946 to Aug 4, 1947
				72714 (MSN 10819/DC550) in ground accident May 14, 1950 with
					1805 AACS at McAndrew AFB, Newfoundland due to engine failure.  Damaged dec 15, 1952 Nfd. To
					MASDC Jun 12, 1964.  Sold Jun 14, 1966.
				72715 (MSN 10820) converted to TC-54D.  To MASDC May 13, 1966.
				72716 (MSN 10821) to MASDC Jul 13, 1965.  Returned to service Apr 15, 1967. Back to MASDC Oct 21, 1974 as CC257.
				72720 (MSN 10825) to MASDC as CC184 Nov 23, 1970.
				72721 (MSN 10826) to civilian registry as N174A. Sold to RIPSA of Peru as OB-R-769. 
					W/o Panama City, Panama Aug 04, 1965.
				72722 (MSN 10827) converted to VC-54D.  to MASDC at unknown date.  Operated by Aero Union of CA as N9020R, 
					then to Tol-Air
				72723 (MSN 10828)wo MASDC Jul 21, 1965.  Returned to service Mar 27, 1967.  Back to MASDC as CC254 Jan 29, 1974.
					Operated by Aero Union of CA as N90205, then to Hondu Carib Cargo. To
					Brooks Air Fuel.  Now a hulk at Fairbanks.  Reported Feb 2008
					to be airworthy with Brooks Fuel as N90201.
				72724 (MSN 10829) TOS USAAF Jul 16, 1945.  Assigned to 12th Air Force, Mediterranean Theater of Operations. 
					3/46: 4112th AAF Base Unit (Air Technical Service Command), Olmstead AAF, PA. 
					5/46: 554th AAF Base Unit (Air Transport Command), Memphis, TN. 
					7/46: Loaned to Goodyear, Akron, OH on bailment contract. Deployments to Patterson AAF, later Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, from Goodyear. 
					9/18/47: TOS USAF (still on loan to Goodyear). 
					2/49: 2750th Air Base Group (Air Materiel Comand), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
					10/49: Converted to EC-54D. 2750th Air Base Wing (unit name changed). 
					3/51: Loaned to (?) Oakland, CA on bailment contract. 
					6/53: Wright Air Development Center (Air Research and Development Command), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 
					12/1/54: Loaned to Lockheed Aircraft, Burbank, CA. 
					3/55: San Bernardino Air Materiel Area, Norton AFB, CA. 
					7/55: Wright Air Development Center (ARDC), Wright-Patterson AFB, OH. 				
					12/55: converted to JC-54D, Deployment to Nellis AFB, NV. 
					10/65: 809th Combat Support Group (SAC), Frances E. Warren AFB, WY. 
					5/67: converted back to C-54D. Deployed to Ellsworth AFB, SD. 
					7/68: 100th Strategic Wing (SAC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. 
					12/69: 3902nd Air Base Wing (SAC), Offutt AFB, NE. 
					1/70: SOC. To Strategic Air Command Museum, Offutt, AFB, NE. 
					1997: Moved to new SAC Museum facility at Ashland, NE. 
					5/16/98: Stored behind museum but accessible for public viewing. 
					By 8/17: Restored and placed on display.
					Preserved at Strategic Air and Space Museum, Ashland, Nebraska.  
				72725 (MSN 10830) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Jul 8, 1965.  Sold to Peruvian AF as FAP-388. Transferred to 
					SATCO as OB-R-862.
				72726 (MSN 10831) converted to SC-54D.  To MASDC Apr 16, 1966.
				72727 (MSN 10832/DC563) delivered to USAAF Jul 16, 1945. Overseas National Airways lsd 1947, reg. N79992. 
					Transocean Airlines sub-lsd 1949, rtn Jan  1950. Crashed on a nearby highway and caught fire near 
					Oakland, CA after mid-air collision with a California Eastern DC-4 N4002B (ex 42-72369) on Nov 17, 1951, 3 fatal.
					The tail of the ONA aircraft was sliced off in the collision and the crippled plane dove to earth and 
					exploded on Doolittle Drive, killing its crew of three and spewing wreckage and flaming fuel across the 
					roadway.   One motorist in an automobile was seriously burned when his vehicle crashed 
					into the debris, and eight of 10 boys from a local YMCA riding in a pickup truck all received minor burns.   
					Two other vehicles were scorched by flames or pelted by falling wreckage.  The damaged California 
					Eastern DC-4 aircraft was able to remain airborne and made an emergency landing across the bay at Mills 
					Field in San Francisco (today’s San Francisco International Airport). 
				72728 to US Navy as BuNo 56522
				72729 to US Navy as BuNo 56523
				72730 to US Navy as BuNo 56521
				72731 (MSN 10836/DC567) delivered to USAAF 23/7/45. Overseas National Airways lsd 1946 reg as N79990. Transocean Air Lines 
					sub-lsd 1947. Returned to USAF as 42-72731 1952. reg as N91282 1960. WFU & stored AMARC Davis 
					Monthan AFB, AZ Jul 24, 1964 from 3320th Maintenance Support Group, AGWF. Dropped from inventory Sep 21, 1970  by transfer 
					to a Museum.
				72732 (MSN 10837/DC568) delivered to USAAF Jul 25, 1945. Attached to 1345AAFBU at Kurmitola, India. Damaged in an incident 
					Oct 15, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Attached to 6TCS/374TCG at Tachikawa, Japan, damaged in a weather 
					related landing accident May 10, 1950 at Komaki AB, Japan. WFU & stored 1972.
				72733 to US Navy as BuNo 56524
				72734 (MSN 10839/DC570) delivered to USAAF Jul 23, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Attached to 10Res at Elmendorf, AFB AK 
					damaged Apr 10, 1951 at Ladd AFB, AK. WFU & stored 1972.
				72735 to US Navy as BuNo 56525
				72736 (MSN 10841/DC572) delivered to USAAF Jul 30, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1972.
				72737 (MSN 10842/DC573) delivered to USAAF Jul 30, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Numerous ground incidents 
					1951-52, while attached to 22TCS/374TCG at Tachikawa, Japan. WFU & stored 1972.
				72738 (MSN 10843) to VC-54D.  
				72739 (MSN 10844/DC575) delivered to USAAF Jul 28, 1945. Re-reg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Seaboard & Western Airlines 
					lsd Jan 13, 1948 reg as N91085. Returned to USAF Feb 4, 1954 reg as 42-72739. WFU & stored AMARC Davis 
					Monthan AFB AZ May 17, 1966 from 72nd Bombardment (Medium) Wing. Declared excess on Apr 6, 1970 and sold.
42-72740/72764		Douglas C-54D-15-DC Skymaster
				MSN 10845/10869
				72740 (MSN 10845) to MASDC Aug 18, 1965.  To South Korean AF in 1970 as 0-72740.  Retired in 1984 and preserved at
					Korean War Memorial, Seoul.  Moved to Gyeokpo, Near Buan, South Korea in 2008.  Mofec and on display at
					Jeju Aerospace Museum, South Korea.  Also reported as 44-9047.
				72741 (MSN 10846) to US Navy as BuNo 56526
				72743 (MSN 10848) converted to SC-54D
				72746 (MSN 10851) to US Navy as BuNo 56527
				72748 (MSN 10853) converted to VC-54D.  To MASDC Jul 19, 1965.  To Colombia as FAC-699 in 1976, then to 
					SATENA (Servicio de Aeronavegación a los Territorios Nacionales) as FAC-1106.  SATENA was the commercial
					carrier of the FAC.  Crashed near Cerro Toledo, Columbia Dec 18, 1979 enroute to
					Bogota-Eldorado Airport when struck a mountain.  4 crew and 15 passengers killed.
				72749 (MSN 10854) to Navy as R5D-3 BuNo 56528 Aug 1945.
				72750 (MSN 10855) to US Navy as BuNo 56529
				72753 (MSN 10858) to MASDC Aug 4, 1964.
				72755 (MSN 10860/DC591) in incident with engine failure at Westover
					Field, MA Jul 5, 1947.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1965.  Bought by US Department of State in 1966
					and registered N550.  Bought by Air Vietnam in 1966 and
					registered XV-NUG.  Destroyed after colliding with USAF F-4
					on approach to Da Nang, South Vietnam Sep 20, 1969.  74 of 75
					onboard killed, plus 2 killed on ground.
				72756 (MSN 10861) converted to TC-54D.  Damaged Apr 29, 1946 Canton, China.  To MASDC Jun 5, 1966.
				72757 (MSN 10862) to US Navy as BuNo 56530.
				72758 (MSN 10863) to MASDC Oct 26, 1970.  Declared excess Nov 19, 1970.  
				72759 (MSN 10864) to US Navy as BuNo 56531.
				72760 (MSN 10865) Assigned to 3902nd Air Base Group, Offutt AFB, NE as a staff transport by HQ SAC [1950]
					Assigned to 5th Air Division, Offutt AFB, NE Feb 4, 1951.
					Assigned to HQ 8th AF [SAC], Carswell AFB, TX as a command support aircraft Mar 20, 1951.
					Assigned to 5th Air Division, Offutt AFB, NE Jun 1951.
					Assigned to 5th Air Division, Morocco Jun 1951.
					Assigned to 5th Air Division, Zaragoza, Spain Jul 1963.
					Assigned to SAC, Torrejon AB, Spain Jun 1964.
					Assigned to 401st TFW, USAFE, Torrejon AB, Spain Apr 1966.
				72761 (MSN 10866) damaged Mar 18, 1949, West Germany.  To MASDC Jul 22, 1964.
				72762 (MSN 10867) to MASDC 
				72763 (MSN 10868) to Portuguese AF as 6604 Jan 20, 1960
				72764 (MSN 10869) to N45910, and then to China Air registered as 
					B-1014. Bought by Air America/CAT on November 15, 1965 for approximately 
					$160,000.00. Leased to China Air of Taipei in June 1969.  Put into inactive 
					storage at Tainan June 07, 1971. Sold to Air Distribution Inc., Honolulu, HI 
					on Nov. 13, 1973 registered as N403AD.  This company went bankrupt in 1975 and 
					the aircraft was again stored at Tainan with Air Asia.  Feb. 25, 1976 sold to 
					Air Asia, withdrawn from use and stored September 1977.
42-72765/72814		Consolidated B-24D-155-CO Liberator
				MSN 2335/2384
				72766 w/o in landing accident Aug 8, 1944, Algeria
				72767 (513th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed SE of Bor, Yugoslavia Jul 31, 1944, while
					returning form mission to Targoviste, Rumania.  MACR 7210.  5 crew killed, one killed after bail out,
					5 bailed out and became POW.
				72768 (512th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit
					near Vicenza, Italy Dec 28, 1943.   MACR 1614.  5 KIA 5 bailed out and became POW
				72773 (376th BG, 515th BS, "Frankie Ferocious") shot down by Uffz Gunther Landt
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/8 4 km NW of Chioggia, Italy Dec 28, 1943.  MACR 1616.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				72774 (90th BG, 321st BS) crashed on takeoff
				72775 (530th BS, 380th BG, 5th AF) crash landed at Fenton Airfield, Northern Territory, Australia due to combat damage
					Feb 9, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged and salvaged.
				72782 w/o Jan 13, 1944 in takeoff accident Manduria, Italy
				72783 (307th BG, 372nd BS "Heather Angel") lost Apr 27, 1944, Truk.  MACR 12418
				72784 lost Sep 25, 1943, Fiji Islands.  MACR 782.
				72785 (90th BG, 320th BS) salvaged Nov 14, 1944
				72789 (90th BG, 400th BS) lost Oct 12, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 997
				72794 (5th BG, 23rd BS) lost Oct 1, 1943.  MACR 725
				72796 crashed on landing Oct 20, 1943 at Jackson Field, Port Moresby, New Guinea due to tire failure.
					Injuries, no fatalities.
				72797 (90th BG, 319th BS) crashed into mountain after takeoff from Nadzap Mar 23, 1944
				72800 (ditched in Solomon Sea Oct 25, 1943.  Pilot and copilot
					killed.  MACR 16367
				72801 (380th BG, 531st BS, 5th AF) crashed into mountain at Vogelkopf, Doberai Peninsula, Papua New Guinea 
					Mar 18, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 3723.  All 10 crew and 6 passengers killed.
				72804 (90th BG) lost Jan 16, 1944, SW Pacific
				72806 (90th BG, 321st BS, "Ten Knights in a Bar Room") shot down by
					Ki-61 "Tony" at Wewak, PNG Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 2085.  10 KIA
				72807 (90th BG, 400th BS)
				72811 (43rd BG) lost Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 9340
				72813 (44 BG, 66 BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Uffz Hans Ruppert of JG 26/1 Jan 21, 1944, 
					and crashed at equennes, 3 km Sw of Piox de la Somme, France.  MACR 2252.  9 crew killed, 1 crewman
					bailed out and evaded capture.
				72814 (90th BG, "Miss Deed") lost on weather recon mission
					near New Guinea Nov 6, 1943.  MACR 1485.  11 KIA
42-72815/72864		Consolidated B-24D-160-CO Liberator
				MSN 2385/2434
				72815 (90th BG, 400th BS, "Sky Witch") equipped for long-range recon with four extra 400-gallon
					bomb bay tanks and two 160-gallon tanks on command deck.
					While searching for Japanese Fleet in Brunei Bay, off Borneo
					fought a 40-battle with at least 9 Zeros, shooting down at
					least four, then flew more 1000 miles to friendly territory
					but was so badly damaged that it never flew again.
					Salvaged Nov 7, 1944 at Morotai due to combat damage.
				72818 (307th BG) lost Feb 12, 1944.  MACR 2282.
				72820 (5th BG, 868th BS, *Libby Raider*) shot down by Gekko night fighter Apr 23, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 5085
  					By this stage, the 868th was not operating under the 5th BG but was a detached unit directly 
					reporting to 13th AF HQ
				72823 (307th BG, 371st BS) shot down by Zeros over sea betwee New Britain and New Ireland, New
					Guinea Jan 1, 1944.  MACR 1495.  10 KIA.
				72826 w/o Apr 23, 1944, Momote AB, Papua New Guinea
				72828 (5th BG) lost May 12, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 5092
				72830 w/o Oct 14, 1943 Nebraska
				72831 "Heaven Can Wait:, "Censored" with 11th BG, 432st BS, 7th AF at Kwajelein Atoll, Marshall Islands Jul 1944.
					In taxiing accident at Eniewetok Atoll, Marshall Islands Aug 14, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				72833 (389th BG, 567th BS) damaged during mission and ditched in Thames estuary
					Jan 29, 1944.  10 crewmembers missing at sea.  MACR 2245
				72835 (308th BG) lost Feb 5, 1944.  MACR 2297
				72836 (308th BG) lost Dec 12, 1943.  MACR 11974
				72839 w/o Nov 10, 1944 in landing accident at Pandaveswar, India
				72841 w/o Jun 14, 1944 in landing accident at Tezpur, India
				72842 w/o Jan 25, 1944 Chabua, India Jan 25, 1944.  Crew bailed out. 
				72843 accepted by the USAAF in 1943, in August that year it was assigned to Herington 
					Army Air Base, KS, for acceptance flight and training. On August 23, 1943 it began 
					its flight to Egypt, via Maine, Newfoundland, Scotland, Cornwall, England, Morocco, 
					and Algeria, arriving at Deversoir Field, Egypt on September 7th.  After combat 
					modifications, the plane was delivered to the 512th Bombardment Squadron, 
					376th Bombardment Group, at Benghazi, Libya. After two combat missions, 
					the squadron moved to Enfidaville, Tunisia, from where it flew seven combat 
					missions (one of which it suffered damage from anti-aircraft fire) until 
					November 11th when it moved to San Pancrazio, Italy.  It was there that it 
					picked up its name, “Strawberry Bitch,” and Vargas Girl.  From there it flew 
					eight more combat missions, the last on being on February 2, 1944.  Due to 
					its age and obsolescence, the plane was sent back to the USA in April 1944.  
					The year 1945 found the plane stored at Freeman Field, IL, intended for use 
					as a museum aircraft.  On May 9, 1946 it was flown to Orchard Park, IL (now 
					known as Chicago O’Hare), and a month later flown to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 
					for storage.  On May 12, 1959 the plane was flown to the Air Force Museum 
					at Patterson Field, OH. In October 1970 it was towed to the new museum 
					facility at Wright Field.
				72844 (376th BG, 514th BS, "Jackie Boy") hit by AAA and crashed
					6 km NE of Elatia, Greece Dec 6, 1943.  MACR 1478. 3 POW, 7 returned
				72847 (513th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) collided in midair with B-24J 42-100235 Feb 22, 1944, near
					Regensburg, Germany.  MACR 2833.  8 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				72851 w/o Sep 15, 1943, Lochmaddy, UK
				72852 (376 BG, 513th BS, 15th AF, "Ripper The 2nd") shot down by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Ofw
					Helmut Kuehl of JG 53/9 at Torri di Quartesolo, 10 km Ne of Oontagnano, Italy Dec 28, 1943.  
					MACR 1612.  7 KIA, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				72853 (44th BG, 67th BS, "Count Bruga") shot down by Oblt Josef Jansen in Bf 19G-6 of
					JG 27/2 ENE of Wiener Neustadt, Austria Oct 1, 1943.  MACR 6452.
					7 KIA, 3 POW.
				72855 (63rd FS, 56th FG) declared war weary and sent to 5th Emergency Rescue Squadron.
				72856 (389th BG, 566th BS, "Nana") shot down by Fw. Steiger
					in Bf 110G-2 of ZG 26/Stab near Aachen, Germany Dec 1, 1943.  
					MACR 2499.  10 KIA
				72857 (44th BG, 506th BS, "Star Spangled Hell") shot down by Uffz Hans
					Hambeck in Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/1 S of Wiener Neustadt, Austria
					Oct 1, 1943.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				72858 (44th BG, 68th BS, "Pistol Packing Mama") made emergency landing in Sweden Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3851  
					Scrapped due to extensive damage
				72860 (44th BG, 67th BS, "Miss Emmy Lou") crashlanded near Catania,
					Sicily Oct 1, 1943.
				72862 collided with 42-78522 over Death Valley, CA Aug 4, 1944
				72863 (328th BG, 36th BS) lost Mar 3, 1944, France.  MACR 3851
42-72865/72914		Consolidated B-24D-165-CO Liberator
				MSN 2435/2484
				72865 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw190A-7 flown by Hptm Herbert Huppertz of JG 2/2 Feb 22, 1944, 
					and crashed at Elshout near Bokhoven, Belgium.  MACR 2420.  One crewman killed, 9 bailedout and became POW.
				72866 (389th BG, 565th BS) lost Apr 1, 1944, France.  MACR 3597
				72867 w/o Nov 14, 1943 in crash 10 mi N of Alamagordo, New Mexico
				72868 (389th BG, 565th BS, "Tinker Toy") hit by the crashing 42-72875 and crashed in
					Germany Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 2501.  7 KIA, 2 POW, 1 evaded.
				72869 after combat career ended, became formation assembly ship for 93rd BG
					after 41-23667 was condemned.
				72870 (801st BG (Provisional), 406th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Bernieres-le-Patry
					6 mi SE of Vire, France Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3568.  6 crew killed, one afer bailed out and was
					captured and shot by the German unit commander.  2 bailed out and evaded capture.
				72873 converted to B-24DSA electronic warfare aircraft.  (801st BG (Provisional), 36th BS, 8th AF) 
					shot down by Bf 110G-4 flown by unknown pilot and unit at St Janville, 24 km N of Orleans,
					France Jul 5, 1944.  MACR 6990.  7 crew killed, one bailed out and evaded capture.
				72874 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				72875 (389th BG, 564th BS, "Liberty Lady") shotdown by Hptm Rolf
					Hermichen in Fw 190A-6 of JG 11/I Stab, then collided
					with 42-72868 and crashed at Janneby, Germany Nov 13, 1943.  MACR 2502.  10 KIA
				72876 (389th BG, 566th BS) shot down by Hptm Rolf Hermichen in Fw 190A-6 of JG 11/1 Stab
					and crashed at Hottorf, Germany Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 2500.
					5 KIA, 5 POW
				72877 (44th BG, 66th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 27/I S of
					Wiener Neustadt, Austria Oct 1, 1943.  MACR 9022.  4 KIA, 6 POW.
				72878 (44th BG, 67th BS, "Miss Emmy Lou II") all engines quit during
					landing, crashlanded, broke up and burned at West Bradenham, UK
					Dec 21, 1943.  4 injured.
				72880 w/o Oct 11, 1943 in takeoff accident at Peterson AAF, Colorado Springs, Colorado
				72882 w/o Sep 17,1 943, Topeka AAB, Kansas
				72883 to USN as PB4Y-1 32161.
				72886 w/o Mar 31, 1944 in landing accident at Nashville MAP, Tennessee
				72887 w/o Jan 12, 1944 in crash 30 mi N of Biggs Field, Texas
				72888/72889 to USN as PB4Y-1 32162/32163.
				72891 (98th BG, 344th BS) shot down by 105mm flak at Pottsching, Austria Oct 2, 1943.  MACR 1143.
					6 KIA, 4 POW.
				72892 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crshed east shore of Neusiedler Lake, 2 km NE o
					of Halbturn, Austria May 30, 1944.  MACR 5456.  All 210 crew bailed out and became POW.
				72893 to USN as PB4Y-1 32164.
				72894 w/o Apr 7, 1944 Tonopah AAF, Nevada
				72895 to USN as PB4Y-1 63948
				72896 (514th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed in Italy Feb 12, 1944.  MACR 2388.
					All 10 crew killed.
				72897 to USN as PB4Y-1 63945
				72898 w/o May 24, 1944, Tonopah AAF, Nevada
				72899 (90th BG, 321st BS) crashed Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 6304
				72902 (376th BG, 513rd BS) shot down by Uffz Rudolf Moycis in Bf 109G-6 of JG27/7 1 km E of
					Poendeoria, Greece Oct 5, 1943.  MACR 930.  2 KIA, 2 POW, 6 evaded, 1 ?.
				72903 to USN as PB4Y-1 63946
				72905 to USN as PB4Y-1 63942
				72906 to USN as PB4Y-1 63947
				72909 to USN as PB4Y-1 63943
				72910 to USN as PB4Y-1 63950
				72913 to USN as PB4Y-1 63949
				72914 to USN as PB4Y-1 63957
42-72915/72963		Consolidated B-24D-170-CO Liberator
				MSN 2485/2533
				72915 to USN as PB4Y-1 63944
				72916 to USN as PB4Y-1 63959
				72917 to USN as PB4Y-1 63958
				72918 to USN as PB4Y-1 63952
				72919 to USN as PB4Y-1 63951
				72920 to USN as PB4Y-1 63956
				72921 to USN as PB4Y-1 63955
				72922/72923 to USN as PB4Y-1 32165/32166.
				72924 to USN as PB4Y-1 63954
				72925/72926 to USN as PB4Y-1 32167/32168.
				72928 to USN as PB4Y-1 63953
				72929 w/o May 1, 1944 in takeoff accident Pueblo, Colorado
				72931 w/o Jan 24, 1944 in crash 6 mi NE of Chinle, Arizona
				72932 w/o Aug 1, 1944 in taxi accident Pueblo, Colorado
				72934 (90th BG, 321st BS)
				72935 w/o Aug 1, 1944 Eureka, Nevada when ran out of fuel.
				72943 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				72944 (471st BG, 806th BS) crashed Sept 29, 1943.
				72946 (43rd BG, 403rd BS) MIA Apr 16, 1944 in weather-related accident, New Guinea. MACR 4497.  On that 
					day (Black Sunday) the US 5th AF lost 37 aircraft to weather.  Wreck located in 2002.
					All 10 on board killed.
				72947 (90th BG, 400th BS)
				72950 salvaged May 2, 1946 at Panama Air Depot
				72954 crash landed at Hollandia Oct 1944
				72957 (7th RCU, 6th AF, Canal Zone) in taxiing accident at Howard Fild, Panama Canal zone Apr 9, 1945.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				72960 w/o Apr 12, 1944, Kipapa Gulch, Oahu, Hawaii
				72962 (11th BG, 431st BS) damaged by Zero and crashed into Pacific near Marshall Islands Jan 3, 1944.  MACR 1786.
					MACR 1786.
				72963 (11th BG, 42nd BS) lost over Mille Island, Marshall Islands
					Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1179.  10 KIA
42-72964/73014		Consolidated B-24J-1-CO Liberator
				MSN 2534/2584
				72966 "Nipponese Clipper" with 30th BG, 38th BS at Nanumea Island, Ellice Islands Dec 14, 1943.
				72967 w/o Oct 22, 1943 in landing accident at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, California
				72969 (30th BG, 27th BS, "Our Baby") shot down by AAA 20 mi NE of Taroa,
					Gilbert Islands Dec 15, 1943.  MACR 1415 and 3688.
					9 KIA, 2 POW.
				72977 (30th BG, 38th BS, 7th AF, "Carol Princess") shot down at Taroa,
					Marshall Islands Nov 24, 1943.  MACR 1173.  All 9 crew killed.
				72978 (27th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed off Eniewtok Atoll, Marshall
					Islands Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6546.  One crewman killed, 9 survived and were rescued.
				72979 (27th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF) ditched 3 mi from Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands Nov 1, 1943.
					All 10 crew survived and were rescued.
				72980 crashed on Nanumea Island Nov 19, 1943 during return from
					bombing run on island of Makin.  Also listed with 27th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF and crashed during
					landing approacy at Funafuti airfield, Nanumea Atoll, Gilbert Islands Apr 20, 1944. 
					MACR 15106.  6 crew killed, four injured and survived.
				72981 (448th BG, 713th BS, *Fascinating Lady*) lost Apr 20, 1944, France.  MACR 4302
				72982 (38th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF) crashed on takeoff 150 yards from south Shore of Helen
					Island, Gilbert Islands Jan 21, 1944, Central Pacific.  MACR 2818.  7 crew killed, 3 survived.
				72985 (292nd BS, 30th BG, 7th AF, "Battlin' Bitch") shot down and forced to ditch at sea in
					Pacific Ocean Apr 17, 1944.  MACR 16425.  One crewman killed, 9 survived and were rescued.
				72986 (30th BG, 27th BS) shot down by Japanese fighter and crashed
					into sea 50 mi S of Wojte Atoll, Marshall Islands Dec 27, 1943.  
					MACR 1850.  9 KIA.
				72988 "Bombs Lullaby" with 30th BG, 392nd BS at Kawajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands Jul 1944.
				72989 (30th BG, 38th BS, 7th AF, "Pistol Pakin Mama") crashed from unknown cause Sep 11, 1944, Central Pacific.  
					MACR 8523.  All 10 crew killed.
				72990 (30th BG, 392nd BS, "Wingless Witch") shot by AAA and
					crashed into ocean 15 mi W ot Taroa, Maloela Atoll, Marshall
					Islands Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1314 and 1896
				72991 crashed on takeoff Dec 1944
				72993 (30th BG, 27th BS) shot down by Japanese fighter May 5, 1944 on mission to Truk Atoll.  All crew KIA.
					MACR 4675
				72994 (11th BG, 27th BS) returned to USA for War Bond tour, but crashed during the process.
				72997 w/o Aug 14, 1944 Hilo Field, Hawaii
				72999 (38th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF) crashed right after takeoff 2 mi from endof runday into Tarawa Lagon,
					Gilbert Islands Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 2629.  All 9 crew killed.
				73001 (30th BG, 392nd BS) damaged by AAA and ditched into Pacific
					50 mi W of Taroa, Marhall Islands Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1313 and 1895
				73002 (90th BG).  Was "Hit-Parade" with 11th BG, 36th BS at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Isaland Jul 1944.
				73011 (30th BG, 392nd BS) was "Smokey Stover" with 11th BG, 26th BS at Kawajalein Atoll, Marshall Isaland Jul 1944.
				73012 w/o Sep 16, 1943 in landing accident at Davis-Monthan Field, Arizona
				73013 (431st BS, 11th BG) crash-landed on reef off
					Majuro Atoll in the Marshall Islands after
					attack by enemy aircraft Dec 29, 1943.  MACR 1627
					Crew apparently captured but never heard from again.
					The wreck is still there.
				73014 (26th BS, 11th BG, 7th AF) crashed from unknown cause Feb 3, 1944, 23 mi from Tarawa Island
					in Gilbert Islands, Central Pacific while of ferry flight.  MACR 2050.  All 9 crew and 3 passengers killed.
42-73015/73064		Consolidated B-24J-5-CO Liberator
				MSN 2585/2634
				73015 (11th BG, 26th BS, 7th AF) ditches S of Drummond Atoll, Gilbert Islands afterran out of fuel
					Jan 29, 1944.  MACR 2605.  5 crew killed, 5 survived and were rescued.
				73018 (431st BS, 11th BG, 7th AF) shot down by A6M2 over Carloine Islands Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 7132.
					All 10 crew killed.
				73020 converted to F-7A.  Was "Over Exposed" with 311th PRG, 2nd PRS at Palawan, Philippine iSlands Jul 29, 1945.
				73024 (30th BG, 392nd BG) blew up on takeoff in Marianas.  Date ?
				73026 (11th BG, 431st BS) shot down by Japanese fighter and crashed into Pacific 64 km N
					of Majuro Island, Marshalls Jan 2, 1944.  MACR 1785.  10 KIA
				73028 converted to F-7A.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				73031 converted to F-7A
				73032 converted to F-7A, later converted to CB-24
				73033/73035 converted to F-7A
					73033 w/o Aug 19, 1944, Alaska
				73036 to USN as PB4Y-1 32169.
				73038/73045 converted to F-7A
					73040 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
					73042 (20th PRS, 6th PRG) crashed during landing at Saidor Apr 16, 1944
						during infamous Black Sunday mission to Hollanida
					73044 (20th PRS) destroyed on landing at Saidor, New Guinea Jun 9, 1944 when
						blew tire, skid into embankment, and burned.  8 killed, 2 survived.
				73046 w/o Oct 22, 1943 in takeoff accident St. Magwan, UK.
				73047/73050 converted to F-7A
					73048 (20th Combat Mapping Squadron, 6th Photo Group) "Bourbon Boxcar")
				73052 converted to F-7A.  Crashed near peak of Mt Wilhelm on way to mission May 22, 1944.
					11 onboard killed.
				73053 converted to F-7A.  Destroyed at Nandi, Fiji enroute to Nadzab,
					New Guinea Mar 7, 1944.
				73054 w/o Apr 9, 1945, Ondal, India
				73055 (7th BG, 9th BS) shot down by fighters 30 km W of Ma-ubin,
					Burma Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1227.  5 KIA, 5 returned
				73059 (7th BG, 493rd BS) shot down and crashlanded near
					Rangoon, Burma Nov 14, 1943.  MACR 1108.  3 KIA, 7 POW but
					5 of them died in prison camp.
				73060 (7th BG, 436th BS, "Boogie Woogie Bomb Buggy") lost over Burma Oct 26, 1943.  MACR 986
				73063 (7th BG, 493rd BS, "H2O Eleanor") ditched off India Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1232.
					1 KIA, 9 rescued.
				73064 (7th BG, 9th BS) crashed on takeoff at Pandaveswar, India
					Nov 25, 1943.
42-73065/73114		Consolidated B-24J-10-CO Liberator
				MSN 2635/2684
				73067 (7th BG, 436th BS) shot down by Japanese aircraft Jan 23, 1944
					in raid on Megui Harbor, Burma.  MACR 2091
				73068 w/o Jun 15, 1944 in takeoff accident Madhaigan, India
				73070 (7th BG, 493rd BS) lost Nov 25, 1943, Indochina.  MACR 1206.  10 KIA
				73071 w/o Oct 15, 1943, Atlantic Ocean
				73073 w/o Jul 29, 1944 in takeoff accident Tezgaon, India
				73075 w/o Jan 4, 1945, Sahmaw, Burma
				73077 (98th BG, 343rd BS) lost Apr 2, 1944, Italy.  MACR 3880
				73078 (376th BG, 512th BS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109F-4/Trop flown by Oblt Karl Leonhard of JG 53/8 
					and crashed 10 mi SW of Padua, Italy Dec 28, 1943.  MACR 1613.
					2 KIA, 8 bailed out and became POW.
				73079 w/o Feb 5, 1944 in force landing Pandaveswar, India
				73080 w/o Aug 18, 1944, Kurmitola, India
				73081 (7th BG) lost Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8783
				73083 (513th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause N ofCrispaino, Italy Feb 17, 1944.  MACR 2630.
					10 crew killed, 1 bailed out and survived.
				73084 (376th BG, 515th BS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6/Trop flown by Fw Hns Hambeck of JG 27/1 
					at Grosspetersdorf, S of Bocksdorf, Austria Nov 2, 1943.  MACR 1100.
					7 KIA, 4 POW.
				73085 (376th BG, 512th BS) lost in midair collision with 44-40502 Aug 22, 1944 and both planes crashed
					east of Jijevo village, Near Knin.  Only two parachutes seen.
				73088 (512th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 3 km SW of 
					Vicenza, Italy Dec 28, 1943.  MACR 1615.
					4 KIA, 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				73089 (376th BG, 512th BS, "Loose Goose") shot down by Bf 110G-2 of ZG 76/I SE of Augsburg,
					Germany Dec 19, 1943 during raid on Augsburg, Germany.  
					MACR 1591.  10 KIA.  The plane was flown by a Yugoslavian crew.
				73090 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit Feb 23, 1944 and
					crashed at Scheibbs, Austria.  MACR 2586.   3 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.
				73091/73110 to USN as PB4Y-1 32170/32189.
				73111 Assigned to Wright field's Armament lab, served as test & proving aircraft for
					the APQ-7 Eagle bombing RADAR during 1943 & 1944 at Westover AAF, MA
					and Boca Raton FL.  W/o Jun 18, 1944 in takeoff accident Boca Raton AAF, Florida
				73114 (380th BG, 528th BS "Carrot Top") crashed and burned near
					Mindoro Mar 6, 1945.
42-73115/73164		Consolidated B-24J-15-CO Liberator
				MSN 2685/2734
				73115 (530th BS, 380th BG, 5th AF) shot down by A6M2 at Wowoni Island, Indonesia Jan 8, 1944, New Guinea.  MACR 1699
				73116 (528th BS, 380th BG, 5th AF) crashed W of Luzon in South China Sea Mar 14, 1945 after both right
					engines failed.  MACR 14105.  All 12 crew bailed out, 6 were killed, 6 were rescued by US Navy destroyer.
				73117 (531st BS, 380th BG, 5th AF) damaged by Japanese fighters and crashed near Seroea Island in Bands Sea 
					Jan 19, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 15223.  6 crew killed, 5 rescued by RAAF PBY Catalina from No 11 Sqdn.
				73119 (307th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 6924
				73130 tested with B-17G nose and turret from B-17G 42-97772.  Turned out to be operationally unsuitable due to
					weight increase, stability problems, poor performance.
				73131 converted to F-7A -  Another reference (Al Blue) has this 
					as being 73132.
				73134 (531st BS, 380th BG, 5th AF, "Milady") w/o Jan 17, 1945 in takeoff accident near Darwin, Australia.  6 killed.
				73136 (98th BG) lost Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 11265
				73137 (376th BG, 512th BS, 15th AF) shot down by Bulgarian Bf 109G-2 flown by Fw Hristo Tzankov of unknown
					uint and crashed NW of Skopje, Yugoslavia Nov 24, 1943.  MACR 1300.  Flown by mostly Yugoslavian crew.  
					Only US crewmember is POW, no information about the 9 Yugoslavian crew.
				73138 (98th BG, *Butch*) lost Feb 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2726
				73139 (513th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed 2 mi from Gura Ocnitsze, Rumania due to mechanical failure 
					Jul 15, 1944.  MACR 6756.  5 crew killed (4 after bail out), 5 became POW.
				73140 (376th BG) lost Jul 2, 1944.  MACR 6436
				73141 (307th BG, 424th BS) lost Nov 14, 1943, Solomons.  MACR 1076
				73142 (5th BG) lost Apr 2, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 3679
				73148 (5th BG) lost Apr 2, 1945.  MACR 14289.  The MACR actually lists the serial number
					as being 42-70148, which was a P-63.
				73149 w/o Apr 18, 1944 in takeoff accident at Momomote AF, Papua New Guinea.
				73150 (5th BG) lost Apr 2, 1944, SW Pacific. MACR 3680.
				73151 (30th BG, 27th BS, "Tropic Knight") flew more successful missions
					than any other bomber in Pacific theatre.  Flown home to sell war
					bonds.  Crashed during approach to Santa Monica Air Field.  Believed
					sent to Davis-Monthan AFB and scrapped there.
				73152 converted to F-7A.  
					Damaged in landing accident at Kunming,
					China Jul 15, 1944.
				73154 (30th BG, 27th BS, "Dinah Night") damaged by a fighter and
					caught fire and crashed into sea 10 mi S of Wotje Atoll,
					Marshall Islands Dec 26, 1943.  MACR 1585.  9 KIA.
				73155 (11th BG, 431st BS, "Tired Tessie")
				73156 ("Belle of Texas") landed at Mullinix Field, Tarawa Dec 20, 1943 with faiiled brakes, parachutes
					used to stop plane just short of water's edge.  Repared by Navy and flown to Hawaii Feb 1944 where 
					salvaged as war weary.
				73157 converted to F-7A
				73158 w/o Jul 11, 1944 in landing accident Ondal, India
				73159 (7th BG, 493rd BS, "Tough Baba") shot down by AAA and 
					fighters at Danubya, Burma Dec 1, 1943. MACR 1233.  11 KIA
				73162 loaned to the AFT Unit (Adfanced Fighter Training Unit) RAF Far East Command and in the
					act of being delivered, crashed at RAF Station Amarda Road, India May 5, 1944, when it
					collided in the air with an RAF Harvard and crashed in flames. The
					Liberator was in the air about 80 feet from the ground and was landing. The
					Harvard was slightly damaged in the collision and nobody was injured. The
					Liberator was totally destroyed and four were killed and two seriously injured.
42-73165/73214		Consolidated B-24J-20-CO Liberator
				MSN 2735/2784
				73168/73180 to USN as PB4Y-1 32190/32202.
				73183 (7th BG, 9th BS) shot down by fighter at Yangon, Burma
					Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1225.  10 KIA
				73185 (319th BS, 90th BG, 5th AF) took off from Mokerang strip, Admiralty Islands Jun 18, 1944 
					on weather mission.  this B-24 circled over the Vitiaz Strait to the west of Long Island 
					and off the northern coast of New Guinea due north of Saidor. At approximately 2:30am low on fuel, 
					the crew decided to bail out over the sea.  2 bailed out and were picked up.  Remaining crew of 9 were lost.
					MACR 6116.  In fact, this B-24 flew inland and crashed into the mountains. It is unclear if 
					the crew bailed out prior to the crash. This B-24 crash was was first located by local people 
					and reported to the U. S. Government. During 2003, U. S. Army designated this crash site PP-00612. 
					During early 2011, the site was again visited by a JPAC investigation team.
				73187 (529th BS, 380th BG, 5th AF) shot down by A6M2 30 mi S of Ambon Maluka, Indonesia in 
					Banda Sea Jan 19, 1944.  MACR 2598 and 15612.  4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.
				73189 w/o Jun 27, 1944 in crash 60 mi NE of Kurmitola, India.  Crew bailed out.
				73190 w/o Nov 24, 1943 in crash 3 mi SE of Wendover Field, Utah
				73191 crashed into ridge 6 mi SW of Ryderwood, WA Nov 1, 1945 while on ferrying mission
					to Oklahoma City in storm.  All crew killed.  This plane had been used in a training film for
					female USAAF mechanics, carrying the name "Air Wac"
				73193 crashed in New Guinea
				73194 (7th BG) shot down near Rangoon, Burma Nov 14, 1943.  MACR 3109.  10 KIA
				73195 (90th BG) lost Sept 3, 1944, Celebres.  MACR 9017
				73196 (7th BG, 436th BS) shot down by AAA and fighters at
					Rangoon, Burma Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1223.  10 KIA
				73197 (320th BS, 90th BG) MIA Jun 14, 1944 New Guinea.  MACR 5807
				73198 w/o Feb 24, 1944, Reno AAB, Nevada
				73202 w/o Dec 29, 1943 in taxi accident Madhaigan, India
				73205/73214 to USN as PB4Y-1 32203/32212.
42-73215/73264		Consolidated B-24J-25-CO Liberator
				MSN 2785/2834.
				73215 used as testbed for GE TG-180 jet.
				73216 (7th BG, 9th BS) crashed on takeoff at Pandaveswar, India
					Nov 25, 1943.
				73217 w/o Jul 25, 1944 in landing accident Pueblo AAF, Colorado
				73220 (5th BG, 394th BS) shot down Mar 30, 1944 over Truk.  MACR 3678
				73221 w/o Jul 5,1 944 in crash 80 mi N of Kurmitola, India
				73222 (7th BG, 9th BS, "Bugs Bunny") shot down by fighters at
					Bassein, Burma Dec 1, 1943.  MACR 1226.  8 KIA, 2 POW
				73224 w/o Jun 30, 1944 in landing accident Gowen Field, Boise, Idaho
				73228 w/o Mar 23, 1944 in crash 8 mi SW of Biggs Field, Texas
				73229 (471st BG, 807th BS) crashed 11/3/1943, Pueblo, CO during 
					training flight.  10 killed.
				73230 w/o May 24, 1944 in taxi accident at Davis-Monthan Field, Arizona
				73231 w/o Dec 21, 1943 in takeoff accident Murco AAF, California
				73234 (421st AAF BU) crashed 5 mi S of Muroc Field, CA
					Sep 1, 1944.  All aboard killed.
				73237 w/o Oct 27, 1943, India
				73239 w/o in landing accident Apr 21, 1944, Tonopah, Nevada
				73241 w/o Apr 7, 1945 in takeoff accident Pueblo AAF, Colorado
				73242 (308th BG) lost Jan 25, 1944.  MACR 2139
				73243 (308th BG) lost Feb 5, 1944.  MACR 12524
				73245 ("Maxwell House II") w/o Nov 27, 1943 Burma??
				73246 w/o Jan 11, 1944 in landing accident Jan 11, 1944
				73247 w/o Apr 12, 1944 in crash 50 mi NW of Yangkai, China
				73249 (308th BG) lost Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 11163
				73250 (308th BG) lost Dec 10, 1944.  MACR 10375
				73252 (308th BG) lost Jan 15, 1944, Indochina.  MACR 5197
				73253 w/o Jul 22, 1944, Kunming, China
				73254 w/o Nov 28,1 943 in takeoff accident Panagarh, India
				73256 w/o Oct 28, 1943 SW Pacific ??
				73257 (308th BG) lost over China Oct 30, 1944.  MACR 9613
				73261 (164th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Rumania
42-73265/73314		Consolidated B-24J-30-CO Liberator
				MSN 2835/2884
				73265 (308th BG, 425th BS) suffered battle damage and crashed May 20, 1944 on the China coast.
					All crew bailed out and survived.  MACR 5154
				73267 (374th BS, 3085h BG, 14h AF) w/o Jun 18, 1944 in landing accident at Lingling AB, Hunnan, China.
					All crew survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				73268 (5th BG) lost Aug 9, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 7343
				73281 w/o May 13, 1944 in landing accident Tonopah AAF, Nevada
				73289 (27th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF) crashed 30 mi NE of Northeast Pass, Truk Atoll after exploded
					in midai from unknown cause Apr 10, 1944.  MACR 4335.  All 10 crew killed.
				73291 w/o Jun 14, 1945 in crash landing Liberal AAF, Kansas
				73298 w/o Jun 10, 1944 in engine fire Tonopah AAF, Nevada
				73302 (7th BG) loat May 8, 1944, Burma.  MACR 4507
				73304 (7th BG, 493rd BS) shot down near Rangoon, Burma 
					Nov 14, 1943, India.  MACR 1117.  8 KIA, 2 POW.
				73306 w/o Oct 24, 1943 in taxi accident Herrington AAB, Kansas
				73308 (425th BS, 308th BG) missing on flight from Kunming, China to
					Chabua, India Jan 25, 1944.  8 crew presumably killed.  Wreckage
					found near Damrah, Arunchal Pradesh State, India Dec 7, 2006
				73309 (308th BG, 373rd BS, "Trouble Maker") crashed into a mountain after takeoff during bad weather from Lingling, 
					China, routine flight to return to home airfield.  May 28, 1944  --- crew of 10 killed, all listed KNB.  
					MACR 5348.
				73311 w/o Jan 21, 1945 in takeoff accident Pandaveswar, India
				73312 (308th BG) suffered engine failure, abandoned, and
					crashlanded in Burma Nov 27, 1943.  MACR 1205.  10 POW, one
					died in prison camp.
				73314 w/o May 24, 1944 in landing accident Pandaveswar, India
42-73315/73364		Consolidated B-24J-35-CO Liberator
				MSN 2885/2934
				73315 w/o Aug 14, 1944 in takeoff accident Kurmitola, India
				73316 (308th BG) lost May 19, 1944.  MACR 11369
				73317 (308th BG) lost May 20, 1944.  MACR 5156
				73319 ("The Bitch's Sister")
				73320 (373rd BS, 308th BG, "Zoot Chute") w/o Oct 18, 1944 Luliang, China
				73321 w/o Dec 11, 1943 in takeoff accident Kwellin, China
				73324 (308th BG) lost over China 6/24/44.  All six crewmembers killed.  MACR 6135
				73326 w/o May 19, 1944 Ledo, India
				73329 (308th BG, 374th BS) shot down by Japanese Zeros over Canton,
					China Dec 24, 1943, China.  MACR 1609
				73332 w/o Mar 16, 1944 in takeoff accident Fenton Field, Australia
				73335 w/o Oct 30, 1944, New Guinea ??
				73341 w/o Feb 24, 1944 due to engine fire McCook AB, Nebraska
				73343 w/o Mar 9, 1944 in landing accident March Field, California
				73344 w/o Nov 30, 1944 near Tucson, Arizona in midair with 42-73357
				73349 w/o Nov 15, 1943 Mountain Home AAB, Idaho
				73352 w/o Mar 5, 1945 Battle Mount, Nevada
				73353 in midair with 42-73344 Nov 30, 1944 near Tucson, Arizona.  W/o ???
				73356 w/o Nov 18, 1943 in crash 9 mi N of Melrose, New Mexico.
				73358 crashed into mountain peak Jan 3, 1944 25 mi SW of Muroc, CA while circling to 
					land. All 10 aboard killed.
				73359 (215th CCTS) crashed Sep 14, 1944 5 mi NE of Peterson Field, CO while on high-
					altitude formation and fighter interception training mission.  The plane
					overshot the formation during form-up and the pilot attempted to pull up,
					going through the propwash of another aircraft.  Plane stalled, went into
					a flat spin, and crashed.  All 9 crew killed.
				73360 w/o Sep 15, 1944 in landing accident Casper AAF, Wyoming
42-73365/73414		Consolidated B-24J-40-CO Liberator
				MSN 2935/2984
				73365 (464th BG0 w/o Jan 8, 1944 on grounds of Idaho National Laboratory.  The aircraft was on a night bombing training 
					mission at a nearby range, and was seen by a witness to have lost altitude, partially recovered from 
					suspected engine failure, swerved, lost large part of tail and went down from low altitude; large 
					explosion on impact; no chutes; 
				73367 w/o Jan 18, 1945 in crash 20 mi SW of Mountain Home AAB, Idaho
				73368 w/o Nov 10, 1943 in crash 19 mi E of Chanute Field, Illinois
				73369 w/o Jul 13, 1944 in crash 20 mi NE of McNary, Texas due to structural failure.
				73375 w/o Apr 5, 1944 in crash 5 mi N of Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
				73376 w/o Nov 10,1 943 in landing accident at Wendover Field, Utah
				73378 w/o Jun 3, 1944 in crash 2 mi W of March Field, California
				73380 w/o Apr 23, 1944 Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado
				73382 w/o Sep 8, 1944 in crash 5 mi NE of Tonopah AAF, Nevada
				73387 crashed into mountain SE of March Field, CA May 16, 1944.  Plane was
					practicing touch and goes when the plane undershot the approach and hit
					the perimeter fence at March.  Plane continued flying but entered a
					left hand flight pattern that collided with a mountain peak.  All 7 onboard
					killed.
				73390 (399th BG RTU) crashed Feb 1, 1944
				73393 converted to TB-24J
				73395 converted to TB-24J
				73397 converted to TB-24J
				73398 converted to TB-24J
				73399 converted to TB-24J
				73400/73409 to USN as PB4Y-1 32213/32222.
				73411 w/o Sep 24, 1944 in crash 8 mi SE of Casper AAF, Wyoming
				73413 w/o Apr 15, 1944 in ground accident at Casper AAF, Wyoming
42-73415/73464		Consolidated B-24J-45-CO Liberator
				MSN 2985/3034
				73416 (98th BG) lost over Austria May 29, 1944.  MACR 5443.
				73417 (513th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed in Hungary Feb 7, 1945 while returning
					from a mission to Ploesti, Rumania.  All 9 crew bailed out and became POW.
				73418 (98th BG, 343rd BS) shot down by a fighter at Trentino Alps, Italy 
					Dec 19, 1943 during raid on Augsburg, Germany.  MACR 1841.  11 KIA
				73421 (98th BG, 343rd BS, "Powder Ann") hit by rocket fired by Bf 109G-6, broke into two and
					crashed at Largozalpe, Wattens, Austria Dec 19, 1943.  MACR 1840.  9 KIA, 2 POW.
				73422 w/o Jul 9, 1944 in crash 5 mi NE of Kunming, China.  Crew bailed out.
				73423 (98th BG) lost Apr 2, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 3579
				73426 (450th BG) lost Apr 2, 1944, Austria.  MACR 3694.
				73428 (376th BG, 515th BS, "Big Nig") rammed by Bulgarian
					Bf 109G-2 flown by Dimitar Spisarevski of 3/6 Orlyak and
					crashed at Pancharevo, Bulgaria Dec 20, 1943.  MACR 1592.
					9 KIA, 1 POW.  Bulgarian pilot also KIA.
				73430 (308th BG) lost May 20, 1944.  MACR 11979
				73433 (308th BG) lost Jan 12, 1944, China.  MACR 11979
				73434 (98th BG) lost May 7, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 4788
				73435 (7th BG) lost Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3999
				73436 (308th BG, 374th BS) lost on routine flight from Dargaon, India to Chengtu, China May 8, 1945.  MACR 14397.
					6 onboard killed.
				73437 (7th BG, 9th BS) shot down by AAA on attack on Great Coco Island, SW of Rangoon, Burma
					Mar 22, 1945.  All 11 crew KIA.  MACR 13239
				73438 (308th BG) lost Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10063
				73439 (98th BG) lost Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 6418
				73440 w/o Nov 23, 1943, Aden
				73442 (7th BG) lost Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 4000
				73445 ("The Georgia Peach") destroyed in accident taking off from Madzab airstrip Apr 2, 1944.
				73446 (868th BG) lost Apr 12, 1944, South Pacific.  Last reported position 60 mi S of Truk.  MACR 5024.
				73449 (528th BS, 380th BG, 5th AF) crashed at Wandemann Bay, Bogekopf, Papua New Guinea due to weather 
					Jan 7, 1944.  MACR 1694.  All 11 crew killed.
				73450 (307th BG) lost South Pacific Sep 18, 1945
				73451 (530th BG) salvaged on Biak Jun 29, 1945.
				73453 (307th BG) lost Sep 1, 1944.  MACR 8641
				73454 (5th BG) lost Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6581
				73462 w/o Dec 1, 1943 in landing accident at Lindbergh Field, San Diego, California
				73464 (528th bs, 380th BG, 5th AF) crashed in South China Sea off Mondoro, Philippines May 12, 1945.
					MACR 16198.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and were rescued.
42-73465/73514		Consolidated B-24J-50-CO Liberator
				MSN 3035/3084
				73465 (868th BS, independent squadron attached to 13th AAF Bomber Command) lost Mar 20, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 11650
				73466 lost Mar 29, 1944, Etean Island, South Pacific.  MACR 3738
				73468 (868th BS, independent squadron attached to 13th AAF Bomber Command) lost May 5, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 12773
				73473 (27th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF) shot down by A6M2 and crashed SW of Kita Iwo Jima Island, Bonin Islands
					 Oct 1, 1944.  MACR 9143.  All 10 crew killed.
				73474 (531dy znd, 380th BG, 5th AF,  'Patches') ditched in South China Sea Apr 20, 1945 after aborting 
					during mission to Saigon. MACR 14303.  All 10 crew killed
				73479 crashed on takeoff at Nandi, Fiji Dec 4, 1943.
				73483 ("Picked Peach") w/o Mar 28, 1944 in crash 23 mi NW of Townsville, Australia.  7 killed.
				73486 w/o Nov 25, 1943 in taxi accident at Fairfield-Suisun AAF, California 
				73491 w/o Dec 27, 1943, Bellows Field, Hawaii
				73492 (38th BS, 30th BG, 7th AF) crashed N of Truk Atoll, Caroline Islands Apr 10, 1944 after 
					exploded in midair from unknown cause.  MACR 4336.  All 11 crew killed.
				73495 (93rd BG, 329th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown b Lt Karl-Heinz 
					Willius of JG 26/2 near Zwolle and crashe at Schokland, Holland Apr 8, 1944.  
					MACR 3764.  2 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.
				73496 (98th BS, 11th BG, 7th AF) crashed from unknown May 4, 1944, Central Pacific.  MACR 4622.	
					All 11 crew killed.
				73498 (389th BG, 566th BS) shot down on mission to Oschersleben Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3779.
				73499 (432st BS, 11th BG, 7th AF) shot down by Ki-61 and ditched 40 mi from Saipan May 29, 1944.  MACR 5447.
					6 crew killed, 2 afer bailout.  4 crew survived on a raft for 4 days before making it to Saipan and
					became POW.
				73500 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) damaged by Germany fighters on mission to Politz, Germany and
					landed at save Airfield near Goteburg, Sweden May 29, 1944.  MACR 5218.  All 10 crew survived and
					were interned in Sweden.  Aircraft returned May 29, 1945.
				73502 (308th BG 52nd BS) crashed on takeoff Jul 8, 1944 from Kunming.  7 killed, one survived. 
				73503 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed Craula 
					10 km SW of Langenalza, Germany May 12, 1944.  MACR 4828.  All 10 crew 
					bailed out and became POW.
				73504 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2941
				73505 w/o Apr 8, 1944 Badwell Farm, UK
				73506 (44th BG, 506th BS, 8th AF, 'Black Jack') shot down by AAA Apr 8, 1944 over Brunswick, Germany
					andcrashed at Offershagen, 4 km E of Neustadt/Rienesgebirge, Germany.  MACR 3852.  All 10 crew 
					bailed out, 9 became POW, one was killed as he landed.
				73507 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost IJsselmeer, Netherlands Jan 30, 1944.  Force landed 25 mi N of
					Amsterdam.  MACR 2341.  4 POW, 6 evaded.  I have a reference saying that this aircraft 
					fell into Luftwaffe hands.  
				73512 to 448th BG, 715th BS, declared war weary and assigned to 467th BG, 791st BS for use
					as monitor and assembly ship.  Returned to USA Oct 26, 1945 and to RFC at Altus, OK.
				73513 w/o Jun 6, 1944 in landing accident at Fort Dix, New Jersey.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  
					Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				73514 w/o Nov 16, 1944 in crash 15 mi NE of Peterson Field, Colorado Springs, Colorado
42-73515		Vega XB-38
				Lockheed-Vega Model V-143-1.  Reserved for a new version of B-17 with Allison engines.  Because of urgency of the
					project, an existing B-17E was used and the new design was never completed.
42-73516/73595		Laister-Kauffman CG-4A-LK
				73575 to RAF as Hadrian II FR744.  DBR in gale, Bilaspur May 29, 1945.
42-73596/73749		General Aircraft CG-4A-GE
42-73750/74112		Gibson Refrigerator CG-4A-GN
				73887 lost Sep 19, 1944 near Boxtel, Holland during Operation Market Garden.  Pilot and 1 of 4 passengers killed after
					landing in firefight with German Troops.  Aircraft burned by Germans.
				74069 to RAF as Hadrian II KK633.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74089 to RAF as Hadrian II KH957.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74094 to RAF as Hadrian II KK634.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				74095 to RAF as Hadrian II KH958.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74096 to RAF as Hadrian II KK635.  DBR in gale, Bihta May 18, 1945.
				74097 to RAF as Hadrian II KK636.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74109 to RAF as Hadrian II KH959.  SOC Aug 30, 1945.
42-74113/74312		Cancelled contract
42-74313/74612		Commonwealth CG-4A-CM
				74374 to RAF as Hadrian II KK637.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74396 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known and
				 	may never have been issued.
				74403 to RAF as Hadrian II KK638.  SOC Feb 28, 1946.
				74404 to RAF as Hadrian II KH888.  DBR by gale, Bilaspur May 29, 1945
				74408 to RAF as Hadrian II KH960.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				74431 to RAF as Hadrian II KH961.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74468 to RAF as Hadrian II KK639.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74478 to RAF as Hadrian II KH962.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				74482 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
					and may never have been issued.
				74496 to RAF as Hadrian II KH963.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74512 to RAF as Hadrian II KK641.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74513 to RAF as Hadrian II KK642.  SOC Feb 28, 1946  
				74514 to RAF as Hadrian II KK643.  SOC Feb 23, 1946
				74515 to RAF as Hadrian II KH964.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74516 to RAF as Hadrian II KH965.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74518 to RAF as Hadrian II KK644.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74521 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known and
					probably never issued.  Seen at airshow at RAE Farnborough, UK Jul 1950
					in RAF markings but still retaining USAF serial.  Was used to 
					demonstrate "snatch" pickup by low-flying Dakota.
				74523 transferred to RAF From USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial notknown and
					probably never issued.
				74524 to RAF as Hadrian II KH945.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF service.
				74525 to RAF as Hadrian II KK645.  DBR in gale, Bihta May 18, 1945.
				74526 to RAF as Hadrian II KK646.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74527 to RAF as Hadrian II KH966.  DBR in gale, Bihta May 18, 1945.
				74531 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued.
				74533 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued.
				74539 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued.
				74541 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued.
				74553 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued
				74573 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued
				74579 to RAF as Hadrian II KK640.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				74608 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued.
				74612 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in India.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued
42-74613/74614		Cancelled contract
42-74615/74964		Republic P-47D-6-RE Thunderbolt
				74615 (MSN 2966) 351st FS [YJ-B; YJ-H bar], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, 
					Station 157; "My Best Bett"; 354th FS [WR-X], 355th FG, 8th AF, 
					Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Texas Terror II"
				74616 (MSN 2967)	
				74617 (MSN 2968) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Leiston, Station 373; 
					Accident 14Jan44 landing at Leiston.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74618 (MSN 2969) 350th FS [LH-K], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; 
					Damaged 27Feb44 by a bird strike 20 miles S of Metfield.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				74619 (MSN 2970)	
				74620 (MSN 2971) 61st FS [HV-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Damaged 31Dec43 taxying at Hendon, Station 575; Boxted, Station 150; Crash landed 1Nov44 after 
					engine failure at RAF Great Massingham, Fakenham, Norfolk.  Pilot walked away.
				74621 (MSN 2972) 335th FS [WD-L], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 
					Transferred to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.I.  No RAF serial allocated.
				74622 (MSN 2973) 61st FS [HV-H], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365;
					"Wicked Wacker Weegie"; Accident 6Nov43 landing at Halesworth; Pilot survived, aircraft declared War Weary; 
					Detachment B, [5F-R], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Terry"
				74623 (MSN 2974) 62nd FS [LM-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Damaged 31Jan44 in an accident at Leiston, Station 373; Damaged in combat with two Fw 190s and crashed 
					Föckinghausen, Germany March 8, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.  
				74624 (MSN 2975) 506th FS [4K-Z], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414
				74625 (MSN 2976) 365th FS [CH-X], 358th FG, 9th AF; "Dangerous Dotty".
				74626 (MSN 2977) War Bond aircraft; "Spirit of Seymour, Indiana"; 62nd FS [LM-Z], 
					56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged 13Sep43 taxying in collision with parked 
					P-47C 41-6347 at Halesworth; Crashed 11Nov43 with fuel exhaustion into North Sea about 30 miles 
					west of The Hague, Netherlands; Pilot bailed out and rescued by RAF Air/Sea Rescue.  MACR 1439
				74627 (MSN 2978) 328th FS [PE-H], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Dallas Darling".
				74628 (MSN 2979) 369th FS [IV-U], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133.
				74629 (MSN 2980) 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407
				74630 (MSN 2981) 84th FS [WZ-B or B bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				74631 (MSN 2982) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by Fw. Otto Schneider 
					in a Bf 109G-6 of JG 11/6 at Etikhove, Belgium December 1, 1943; Pilot killed; 
					Wreckage was recovered in July 2003.  MACR 1277.
				74632 (MSN 2983) 370th FS [CR-D], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133 
				74633 (MSN 2984) 368th FS [CV-W], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133 
				74634 (MSN 2985) 83rd FS [HL-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Accident 8Oct43 landing at Duxford; 
					63rd FS [UN-E bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crash landed 24Jun44 with fuel exhaustion 
					at Fowlmere, Station 378.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74635 (MSN 2986) 63rd FS [UN-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 1st Strategic Air Depot, 8th AF, 
					Honington, Station 375; Damaged 27Nov44 in collision with P-51C 43-25024 taxying at Honington
				74636 (MSN 2987) 352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Shot down while chasing an enemy 
					aircraft by Fw Gerd Wiegandin in Fw 190A-6 of JG 26/4 at Bertrix, Belgium December 30, 1943; 
					Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 1866.
				74637 (MSN 2988) 368th FS [CV-S], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Li'l Abner"
				74638 (MSN 2989) 360th FS [PI-D], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Nashville Belle"; 
					Crash landed 2km W of Loksbergen, Belgium March 20, 1944; Pilot wounded, initially evaded capture 
					but caught late April 1944 and taken POW; Aircraft salvaged by Germans.  MACR 3395.
				74639 (MSN 2990) 360th FS [PI-V], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Kitten III"; 
					Believed to have been shot down by Bf 109 and crashed near the château of St-Hilaire, 2km SE of 
					Colonard-Corubert, 7km NE Bellême, France April 10, 1944. The pilot opened his parachute but could 
					not get out of the cockpit.  MACR 3756.
				74640 (MSN 2991) 370th FS [CR-W], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Force landed 11Jan44 in 
					bad weather near Downham Market, Norfolk; Crashed 3Feb44 with fuel exhaustion at RAF Oulton, Norfolk; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Declared war weary; Mid air collision 23Sep44 with P-47C 41-6233 and crashed near Green Farm, 
					Tibberton, Salop; Pilot killed
				74641 (MSN 2992) 84th FS [WZ-A; WZ-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Feather Merchant II"; 
					Shot down by flak while strafing an airfield near Beauvais and crashed at Villetaneuse, N of Paris, 
					France March 17, 1944. Spotting an He 111 on Beauvais airfield, the pilot bore down on a strafing 
					run but the fighter was hit in the left wing root by flak and set alight on the first pass. 
					The pilot pulled up and bailed out, successfully evading capture and contacted the local Resistance. 
					The group was betrayed and the pilot taken prisoner the same night.  MACR 3102.
				74642 (MSN 2993) 87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Mid air collision 13Oct43 near Warton; 369th FS [IV-K], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
					"Nancy June"; 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Shot down in aerial 
					combat and crashed near Dreux, France August 6, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7667.
				74643 (MSN 2994) 87th Air Transport Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Crash landed 2Oct43 at Langford Lodge, Northern Ireland, Station 597; 63rd FS [UN-H bar], 56th FG, 
					8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Ole Puss" - artwork of panther head; Damaged 4Mar44 on take-off at Halesworth.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				74644 (MSN 2995) 486th FS [PZ-Q], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Sweet Chariot"; 411th FS [U9-Z], 
					373rd FG, 9th AF; Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Damaged 5Aug44 when ground looped at La Vielle [A-19], France.
					(373rd FG, 411st FS) crashed Peer, Belgium Nov 4, 1944
				74645 (MSN 2996) 369th FS [IV-E; IV-N], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Deviless"
				74646 (MSN 2997) 361st FS [QI-I], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Irene"; 
					Shot down by flak and crash landed at Wemmel, 8km NW of Brussels, Belgium March 20, 1944; Pilot became POW.
					MACR 3396.
				74647 (MSN 2998) 350th FS [LH-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Soubrette" - artwork of 
					nude matching front/rear views either side; Accident 12Nov43 landing at Metfield; 62nd FS [LM-V], 
					56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Eradicator" [nude painting retained].  
				74648 (MSN 2999) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Pontorson [A-28], France; Shot down in aerial combat between 
					the towns of Chartres and Rambouillet by a Bf 109G-6 flown by a pilot of JG 3. The fighter crashed 
					and exploded near Ecrones, 8km SE of Epernon, France August 18, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8055.
				74649 (MSN 3000) 361st FS [QI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Betty".
					(361st FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) crash landed in England Jun 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74650 (MSN 3001) 61st FS [HV-Q; HV-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 82nd FS [MX-Z], 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed 13Aug44 landing at Ford, West Sussex.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74651 (MSN 3002) 368th FS [CV-Q], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 395th FS [A7-R bar], 368th FG, 
					9th AF; "Lady Angela"
				74652 (MSN 3003) 83rd FS [HL-K bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Damaged by a Fw 190A-6 of JG2 
					between Rennes and Châteaubriand and crashed 600m W of Gourbesville, near Sainte-Mère-Église, Normandy, 
					France January 5, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW; Wreckage found September 2010.  MACR 1739.
				74653 (MSN 3004) 357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 506th FS [4K-H], 404th FG, 9th AF, 
					Winkton, Station 414; Assigned 22May44; Shot down in aerial combat with 14 Bf 109 and Fw 190 east of 
					Escorpain, 15km SW of Dreux, France June 30, 1944. With the aircraft on fire, the pilot bailed out
					at 10,000ft and evaded capture until his hiding place in Brienne was liberated August 24, 1944.
					MACR 6676.
				74654 (MSN 3005) 84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Accident 24Oct43 landing at Duxford.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74655	(MSN 3006)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Damaged 15Oct43 on take-off 
					at Martlesham Heath when the landing gear had been retracted before sufficient flying speed had been reached.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74656 (MSN 3007) 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Crash landed 12May44 at Ashford; 388th FS, 
					365th FG, 9th AF, Florennes/Juzaine [A-78], Belgium; Declared war weary; Crashed 12Mar45 one mile 
					north of Florennes; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				74657 (MSN 3008) 84th FS [WZ-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Vicky"; 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by Oblt Hans Dortenmann of JG 54/12 at Weinähr, 5km E of Nassau, Germany 
					February 13, 1945; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 12302.
				74658 (MSN 3009) 359th FS [OC-Y], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Little Fifi"; 
					Damaged by flak and crash landed when the engine failed near Milsbeek, Holland September 17, 1944. 
					The fighter broke up and caught fire. The pilot bailed out and evaded capture; he was picked up 
					by 82nd Airborne Division and spent a week in the aid station - the Battalion Commander appointed 
					him as Assistant Battallion Surgeon.  MACR 8799.
				74659 (MSN 3010) 352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-J], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Tail damaged 2Jun44 while parked in 
					collision by P-47C 41-6385 taxying at Atcham; Mid air collision 15Jun44 ten miles south of Atcham; 
					Declared war weary; Mid air collision 21Aug44 with P-47D 42-22767 near Atcham.  Able to land.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74660 (MSN 3011) 62nd FS [LM-T; LM-G], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF; 
					Ashford, Station 417; Shot down during an armed reconnaissance mission to Chartres by a Fw 190 A-6 
					at Breuilpont, 20km SE of Evreux, France July 5, 1944; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture, 
					making contact with allied forces August 18, 1944.  MACR 6618.
				74661 (MSN 3012) 361st FS [QI-J], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Bonky"; 
					Crash landed with mechanical failure at Hitcham, Station 470 5Dec43 while on ferry flight to RAF Martlesham Heath.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed
				74662 (MSN 3013) 360th FS [PI-I], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed 500m east of 
					Beauvechain, SE of Brussels, Belgium March 20, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3397.
				74663 (MSN 3014) 336th FS [VF-H], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Eureka"; Accident 21Jan44 landing 
					at RAF Gravesend, Kent; 511th FS [K4-W], 405th FG, 9th AF, Picauville [A-8], France; Crashed 23Aug44 
					15 miles NE of Picauville; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				74664 (MSN 3015) 62nd FS [LM-N], 56th FG, 8th AF; Declared war weary; Detachment B, [5F-U], 65th Fighter Wing, 
					8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Destroyed 7Aug44 in collision with P-47D 42-8402 landing at Boxted.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74665 (MSN 3016) 350th FS [LH-T], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Fatty Patty II"; 
					Combat damaged 24Feb44 when wing badly damaged by 20mm shell; 377th FS [E4-P], 362nd FG, 9th AF; 
				74666 (MSN 3017) 369th FS [IV-O], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "The Mad Rebel'
				74667 (MSN 3018) 358th FS [YF-Z], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; October 4, 1943 the 
					fighter was despatched to provide escort to B-17 bombers on a mission to Frankfurt, Germany. 
					The aircraft received extensive damage from German Fw 190 fighters but the pilot was able to fly 
					it back to England where he crash landed it at Monkton, Kent. He was severely injured in the 
					crash and died in hospital a few hours later.   Also listed
					as colliding in midair with P-47D 42-28843 due to bad weather and crashed 1 km N of Lampertheim, 12 km
					N of Mannheim, Germany Oct 18, 1944.  MACR 9653.  Pilot killed.
				74668 (MSN 3019)	
				74669 (MSN 3020) 350th FS [LH-O], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Prudence II"; Accident 14Feb44 
					landing at Metfield; 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Declared war weary; 
					Crash landed 2May45 with mechanical failure at RAF Bradwell Bay, Maldon, Essex.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74670 (MSN 3021)	
				74671 (MSN 3022) 351st FS [YJ-T], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Diseron"; 370th FS [CR-T], 
					359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Jeepers"; 359th FS [OC-L], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Damaged 28Jul44 when a tire burst on take-off at Martlesham Heath.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74672 (MSN 3023) 357th FS [OS-D], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 350th FS [LH-L], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "El Shafto"; Damaged 23May44 taxying at Raydon; [LH-I], "Vicki Jane"
				74673 (MSN 3024) 359th FS [OC-P bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Carmen" [L] / "Phyllis" [R] - 
					named after sweethearts of two pilots that shared the aircraft; later renamed "Ich Brauche Du" ['I Need You']
				74674 (MSN 3025) 370th FS [CR-R], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron [VM-S], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Declared war weary; 
					Accident 24Aug44 landing at Atcham; Damaged 3Sep44 taxying at Atcham; Mid air collision 15Oct44 
					with P-47D 42-8466 at Leebotwood, Shrewsbury
				74675 (MSN 3026) 494th FS [6M-G], 48th FG, 9th AF, Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Damaged when hit by the 
					premature explosion from its own bomb blast while attacking a truck near Reffuveille, 16km E of 
					Avranches, France July 29, 1944. The aircraft caught fire and crashed into a farm house, exploding on impact. 
					The pilot bailed out at 800ft, wounded by burns. He was found by German soldiers and taken to hospital. 
					The pilot was liberated by advancing Allied troops August 6, 1944.  MACR 7926.
				74676 (MSN 3027) 63rd FS [UN-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 2May44 while parked in 
					collision by P-47D 42-76458 taxying at Boxted; 370th FS [CS-X], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, 
					Station 133; "Blondie II"; Declared war weary, used as a hack; 362nd FG, 9th AF 
				74677 (MSN 3028) 23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF; Mid air collision with P-47D 42-28843 in bad weather and 
					crashed near Lampertheim, 12km N of Mannheim, Germany October 18, 1944; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				74678 (MSN 3029) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Shot down in aerial combat 7Jan44 over Belgium; Pilot killed.
					MACR 2004.
				74679 (MSN 3030) 361st FS [QI-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; [QI-Z], "China Doll'; 
					Crashed 1km S of Messenkamp, near Eimbeckhausen, Germany February 21, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2674.
				74680 (MSN 3031) 352nd FS [SX-I; SX-W], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Declared war weary; 
					Accident 14Aug45 landing at Raydon; 486th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Sudbury, Station 174
				74681 (MSN 3032) 354th FS [WR-Y], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Dragon Wagon"; 
					Damaged 2Oct43 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-8493 taxying at Steeple Morden.  Only ground crew
					involved and none injured. Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74682 (MSN 3033) 368th FS [CV-Y], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133 
				74683 (MSN 3034) 82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed 10Dec43 near Duxford. 
					In a practice dog-fight with another P-47 at 8,000 ft and having completed several tight turns, 
					the aircraft headed away and then turned back to approach the other P-47 head-on. As the two 
					aircraft came abreast, this aircraft rolled over onto its back and headed down. 
					The pilot is believed to have pulled out of the dive too quickly, stalling the aircraft, 
					resulting in the wings rocking from side to side. The aircraft hit the ground still in a vertical
					dive and exploded. The pilot was killed.
				74684 (MSN 3035) 359th FS [OC-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crash landed 29Jan44 with
					fuel exhaustion in a wheat field at Langham, Suffolk; Declared war weary; 551st Fighter Training 
					Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air collision 10Sep44 
					with P-47D 42-7986 near Betton Abbots Farm, Shropshire; Pilot killed
				74685 (MSN 3036) 369th FS [IV-T], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Pistol Packin' Mama"; 
					Crashed 6Mar44 on take-off and destroyed at East Wretham.  Pilot survived.
				74686 (MSN 3037) 83rd FS [HL-J], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 335th FS [WD-E], 4th FG, 
					8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Artwork of an eagle; [WD-M]; 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF; Ashford, Station 417; 
					Crash landed 12May44 at Ashford.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74687 (MSN 3038) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], France; Accident 20Nov44 landing at Toul.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74688 (MSN 3039) 336th FS [VF-G], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Miss San Carlos"
				74689 (MSN 3040) 359th FS [OC-M], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Lady Jane"; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 SE of Kiel, Germany May 13, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 4808.
				74690 (MSN 3041) 83rd FS [HL-J bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Detachment B, [5F-J], 
					65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Declared war weary
				74691 (MSN 3042)	
				74692 (MSN 3043) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Accident 15Jul44 taxying and 
					destroyed by fire at Cretteville.  Only ground crew involved and none injured.
				74693 (MSN 3044) 83rd FS [HL-Z bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357 
				74694 (MSN 3045) 84th FS [WZ-E; WZ-G], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Joker"
				74695 (MSN 3046) 370th FS [CS-E], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Pee Wee" / "Miss Margaret"; 
					Crashed 10Feb44 in bad weather near Somersham, Suffolk; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				74696 (MSN 3047) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; Engine damaged by flak during 
					a dive bombing mission near Sarrebourg, headed back towards base but later the engine froze, 
					crashed and exploded near Guinzeling, 22km NW of Sarrebourg, France October 31, 1944; Pilot bailed 
					out but was killed.  MACR 10258.
				74697 (MSN 3048) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crashed 10 miles SW of Steinhuder Meer, 
					Wunstorf, Germany March 8, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2842.
				74698 (MSN 3049) 370th FS [CR-M; CR-K], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133 Crash landed at 
					RAF Manston, Kent December 21, 1943.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74699 (MSN 3050) 359th FS [OC-X], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 62nd FS [LM-N], 56th FG, 
					8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 509th FS [G9-P], 405th FG, 9th AF 
				74700 (MSN 3051)	
				74701 (MSN 3052)	
				74702 (MSN 3053) 361st FS [QI-F], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Clarkie" 
					[named for fiancée, Doris Clark] - artwork of hound holding Do.17 in its mouth
				74703 (MSN 3054) 354th FS [WR-Z], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Baby"; 514th FS, 
					406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Accident 12May44 landing at Ashford.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74704 (MSN 3055) 83rd FS [HL-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357 
				74705 (MSN 3056) 83rd FS [HL-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Detachment B, [5F-O], 
					65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Lady Lorelei"; Declared War Weary; 
					5th Emergency Rescue Squadron, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					Accident 28Feb45 taxying at Halesworth; Mid air collision 8Apr45 with P-47D 42-76175 during 
					mock combat and crashed into Fritton Lake, Somerleyton, Suffolk; Pilot killed
				74706 (MSN 3057) 351st FS [YJ-N], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Babe"
				74707 (MSN 3058) 83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357 
				74708 (MSN 3059)	
				74709 (MSN 3060) 361st FS [QI-K], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed into North 
					Sea off Felixstowe, Suffolk December 16, 1943; Pilot MIA.  MACR 1541.
				74710 (MSN 3061) 391st FS [A8-X], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; "What's Cookin' Doc!"; 
					313th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Giebelstadt [Y-90], Würzburg, Germany; Damaged 14May45 taxying at Wiesbaden, Germany
				74711 (MSN 3062) 369th FS [IV-B; IV-T], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 359th FS [OC-H], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Morphine Sue"
				74712 (MSN 3063)	
				74713 (MSN 3064) 365th FS [CH-G], 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Wee Three"; 
					Damaged 15Feb44 on take-off at Raydon; Accident 25Feb44 in collision with P-47D 42-75123 
					landing at Raydon; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Kingsnorth, Station 418; Mid air collision 
					with the #4 aircraft [F/O Guido F. Filippo] during an attack on Dreux-Vernouillet airfield, 
					France July 18, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7654.
				74714 (MSN 3065) 360th FS [PI-B], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Gremlin Express"; 
					376th FS [E9-F bar], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; [E9-W], Accident 8Apr44 landing at 
					Bottisham; 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Crashed 27Jun44 in the English 
					Channel 10 miles from the French Coast; Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				74715 (MSN 3066) 361st FS [QI-Y], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "The Vangoose" 
					[named after the pilot, Bleftherios A. Vangos]; Damaged by flak over Lille, France, turned back 
					towards base but the engine failed. The pilot made a half roll as if to bail out but pulled out 
					and started gliding towards a field near Bazuel, SE of Le Cateau-Cambrésis, France March 18, 1944. 
					The aircraft crash landed in a large field, slid straight ahead and did not hit any obstacles. 
					Pilot became POW.  MACR 3106.
				74716 (MSN 3067) 84th FS [WZ-B; WZ-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 351st FS [YJ-B], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Crashed 29May44 after engine failure in North Sea; Pilot rescued by 
					RAF Air Sea Rescue.
				74717 (MSN 3068) 335th FS [WD-T], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "This Above All"; 
					Force landed 20Feb44 at RAF Eastchurch, Kent; Force landed 20Feb44 at RAF Eastchurch, Kent; 365th FG, 9th AF 
				74718 (MSN 3069) 335th FS [WD-H], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Kingsnorth, 
					Station 418; Crashed 11Jul44 after engine failure on take-off at Kingsnorth.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74719 (MSN 3070) 370th FS [CR-O], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Declared war weary; 
					96th Depot Repair Squadron, 16th Air Depot Group, 9th AF, Reims/Champagne [A-62], France; 
					Crashed at Belle Fontaine, France October 22, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				74720 (MSN 3071) 487th FS [HO-T], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Honey Baby"; Force landed 
					10Oct43 with fuel exhaustion at Bodney; Damaged 18Feb44 taxying at RAF Ford, West Sussex; 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-T], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342;
					Mid air collision 8Jul44 with P-47C 41-6203 near Llangollen, Wales.  Able to land
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74721 (MSN 3072) 368th FS [CV-K], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, 
					Lignerolles [A-12], France; Damaged by flak E of Saint-Pois, France but engine failed and crash 
					landed 10 miles NE of Reffuveille, France August 4, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 8222.
				74722 (MSN 3073) 63rd FS [UN-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by 
					Lt Martin Lacha of JG 1/2 and crashed near Coesfeld, Germany November 11, 1943; Pilot KIA.  MACR 1440.
				74723 (MSN 3074) 84th FS [WZ-X; WZ-P], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "My Baby"; Shot down by 
					flak 10 miles NW of the airfield at Fassberg, Germay and crashed into trees at Kohlenbissen, Germany 
					August 5, 1944; Pilot killed. The fighter had been strafing the airfield at Fassberg and moved 
					on to a satellite airfield at Kohlenbissen, Germany August 5, 1944. The aircraft is believed to 
					have been damaged by flak during a strafing run and crashed into trees on the airfield at 
					Kohlenbissen, near Munster, Germany. The pilot was killed.  MACR 7521.
				74724 (MSN 3075) 61st FS [HV-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Ice Cold Kattie"; 
					Declared war weary; Crash landed 5Jan45 after engine failure at Boxted; 361st FS [QI-D], 356th FG, 
					8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Detachment B, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 
				74725 (MSN 3076) 82nd FS [MX-L bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Spook"; 361st FS [QI-P], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-E], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 19Oct44 at Hinstock, Salop
				74726 (MSN 3077) 335th FS [WD-V], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Hell's Belle"; 509th FS, 
					405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed 30Mar44 on take-off and destroyed at Christchurch
				74727 (MSN 3078) 361st FS [QI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; HQ Squadron, 
					3rd Air Division, 8th AF, Elveden Hall, Station 116; Crash landed 13Mar44 after engine failure 
					and destroyed 5 miles N of Brandon, Suffolk. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74728 (MSN 3079) 352nd FS [SX-A], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157, Oct43; 61st FS [HV-C], 
					56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Mid air collision 2May44 with P-47D 42-75218 over 
					Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk; Declared war weary; 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-G; VM-U], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 2Jun44 landing at Atcham; 
					Damaged 23Jul44 in collision with P-47C 41-6202 taxying at Atcham. The aircraft crashed on 
					Greenway Hall Golf Course near Leek, Staffordshire August 24, 1944 after the pilot lost control 
					of the aircraft while performing aerobatics. The aircraft was on an instrument and aerobatics 
					training flight from Atcham with another P-47. After completing the instrument phase of the 
					flight both pilots commenced their assigned aerobatics training; while carrying out his 
					second Immelman the pilot lost control of his aircraft. The event was not seen by his wingman, 
					as by the time he realised the aircraft was missing it had already fallen into the cloud which 
					was at ~6,000ft. The aircraft was heard to dive at high speed and under power into the ground. 
					The pilot abandoned his aircraft but was killed when he opened his parachute immediately after 
					bailing out; this caused him to decelerate rapidly causing severe neck and spinal injuries. 
					He landed near to Rudyard, Staffordshire almost 5 miles from the crash site.
				74729 (MSN 3080) 357th FS [OS-T], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Eager Eye"; 
					Mid air collision 6Mar44 with P-47D 42-75574 at Steeple Morden
				74730 (MSN 3081) 369th FS [IV-D bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Accident 30Nov43 
					when nosed over landing at East Wretham; 370th FS [CR-U]; 369th FS [IV-U]; 412th FS [V5-N], 
					373rd FG, 9th AF; Shot down by FW-198A-8 flown by Uffz Erich Schafer of JG 11/14 and crashed 
					1500 meters SW of Miel, 12km E of Euskirchen, Germany October 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.
					MACR 9547.	
				74731 (MSN 3082) 369th FS [IV-B bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Stinker"; 360th FS, 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Joker"; Accident 27Mar44 landing at Martlesham Heath
				74732 (MSN 3083)	
				74733 (MSN 3084) 82nd FS [MX-N; MX-P], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Miss Fortune"; 
					Last seen over Luxembourg in combat with a Bf 109. Crashed near Wailly, 6km SW of Arras, France 
					February 11, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2294.
				74734 (MSN 3085) 492nd FS [F4-Y], 48th FG, 9th AF, Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Crashed 26Aug44 landing 
					and destroyed at Deux-Jumeaux
				74735 (MSN 3086) 23rd FS [7U-S], 36th FG, 9th AF; Crashed at Donrath, NE of Seiburg, Germany with a 
					fuel selector switch problem December 23, 1944; Pilot bailed out, WIA and taken POW.  MACR 11503.
				74736 (MSN 3087) 351st FS [YJ-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Goxhill, Station 345; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Damaged 13Oct43 while parked in collision by B-17F 42-3388, 42-30135 and another 385th Bomb 
					Group B-17 aircraft which were taxying at Metfield; 361st FS [QI-F], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Little Nig"; Mid air collision 2Aug44 with P-47D 42-26120 
					near RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk.  Both planes able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired.
				74737 (MSN 3088) 370th FS [CR-P; CS-P], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Crash landed with 
					fuel exhaustion at Macou, near Condé-sur-l'Escaut, France April 11, 1944; Pilot bailed out 
					and evaded capture. He was later handed over to the Gestapo in Brussels but escaped when his 
					train was derailed and left unattended by German guards. Allied soldiers liberated Brussels 
					at the same time and the pilot was returned to allied lines.  MACR 3733.
				74738 (MSN 3089) 351st FS [YJ-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Doris" [named for the wife 
					the pilot had married just before leaving the United States]; 10th FS [T5-R], 50th FG, 9th AF, 
					Paris/Orly [A-47], France; Crashed 13Sep44 after engine failure landing at Orly and destroyed.
					Pilot survived.
				74739 (MSN 3090) 369th FS [IV-H], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Declared war weary; 
					47th Liaison Squadron, Wiesbaden [Y-80], Germany; Crash landed 8Jul45 after engine failure 
					12 miles S of Wiesbaden, Germany
				74740	 (MSN 3091)	
				74741	 (MSN 3092)	
				74742 (MSN 3093) 84th FS [WZ-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "War Eagle" [named for the 
					Auburn University sports teams]; [WZ-D bar], "Snafu" ["War Eagle" artwork retained]; 
					Crash landed 15Dec44 at Duxford
				74743 (MSN 3094)	
				74744 (MSN 3095) 361st FS [QI-S], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Blind Date" 
					[the pilot met his wife on a blind date]; 376th FS [E9-Q], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 
					Declared war weary; Detachment B, [5F-P], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150
				74745 (MSN 3096) 359th FS [OC-B], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 370th FS [CS-D], 
					359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 7th Depot Repair Squadron, 7th Air Depot Group, 
					9th AF, Reims/Champagne [A-62], France; Crashed 3Oct44 after engine failure at Rosoy-en-Multien, 
					France; Pilot bailed out and survived.
				74746 (MSN 3097) 494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Crashed 29May44 on take-off and destroyed at Ibsley.
					Pilot survived.
				74747 (MSN 3098)	
				74748 (MSN 3099) 365th FS [CH-A], 358th FG, 9th AF; Crashed into North Sea returning from a bomber escort 
					mission February 20, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 2408.
				74749 (MSN 3100) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Accident 22Feb44 landing at Raydon.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74750 (MSN 3101) 63rd FS [UN-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Lady Jane"; Escorting B-17 bombers 
					between Giesen and Frankfurt, the bomber formation was attacked by a flight of seven Bf 109 fighters. 
					During 15 minutes of combat, this P-47 suffered engine damage and was shot down by a Bf 109 
					flown by Major Günther Rall, Gruppenkommadeur of II/JG 11, catching fire, turned over and crashed 
					near Epfenbach, Germany 12May44; Pilot was wounded and taken POW.  MACR 4805.
				74751 (MSN 3102) 334th FS [QP-Q], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF; 
					Crashed in North Sea May 21, 1944; Pilot MIA. MACR 6494.  Conflict: 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation 
					to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				74752 (MSN 3103) 61st FS [HV-J bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 
					flown by Uffz Walter Kirschner of JG 11/3 at Rotemburg, 20 miles E of Bremen, Germany May 22, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5398.
				74753 (MSN 3104) 84th FS [WZ-J; WZ-V; WZ-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Okie" Artwork - 
					Indian Head "Okie" below cockpit [the pilot was from Oklahoma]; 350th FS [LH-G], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					Raydon, Station 157; "Texas Ranger" (L&R); Damaged 21Jun44 in collision with P-47D 42-25740 
					taxying at Raydon; Damaged 11Sep44 taxying at Raydon.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				74754 (MSN 3105)	
				74755 (MSN 3106) 22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Charleston Field, SC; Damaged 6Aug43 in collision with P-47D 
					42-22582 taxying at Charleston Field; 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; 
					Crashed 18May44 one mile offshore into the American Falls reservoir, ID; Pilot killed
				74756 (MSN 3107) 281st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; Destroyed 7May44 taxying at Pierre Field, SD
				74757 (MSN 3108) 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Crashed 31Oct44 after losing control SE of 
					Abilene Field; Pilot killed.
				74758 (MSN 3109) 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Accident 5Jun44 landing at Abilene Field; 
					Force landed 7Aug44 with mechanical failure and destroyed at Palacios Field, TX.
				74759 (MSN 3110) Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Destroyed 24Mar44 landing on fire at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, TX.
				74760 (MSN 3111) 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Accident 30May44 after engine failure 
					taking off at Pocatello
				74761 (MSN 3112) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Biggs Field, El Paso, TX; Destroyed 30Oct43 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-22559 taxying at Biggs Field; 
				74762 (MSN 3113) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Damaged 24Apr44 taxying at Bruning Field; Damaged 24Jun44 when nosed over taxying at Bruning Field
				74763 (MSN 3114) 388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 18Oct43 at Atlantic City, NJ. 
					The pilot was towing a target for a gunnery mission on detachment to Millville Field, NJ when 
					he called in with a problem and had to make an emergency landing. The aircraft descended for an 
					approach to Atlantic City Municipal Airport but was still towing the target. The target was 
					ripped off on a playground across the stream which bordered the airfield. Over the runway threshold, 
					the aircraft turned to the right and pulled up sharply. It stalled, fell to the ground and exploded. 
					The pilot was killed.
				74764 (MSN 3115) 22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; Accident 23Jan44 landing at Palacios Field, TX; 
					Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; Accident 30May44 
					landing at Pierre Field, SD
				74765 (MSN 3116)	
				74766 (MSN 3117) 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Crashed 2Sep44 after 
					losing control at Clinton, LA; Pilot bailed out
				74767 (MSN 3118) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Scribner Field, NB; Mid air collision 18Dec43 with a 
					towed target at Ainsworth Field, NB; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 
					2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Crash landed 27Apr44 with fuel exhaustion one mile 
					west of Harding Field; Destroyed 12Oct44 by structural failure 10 miles W of Harding Field.
				74768 (MSN 3119) 22nd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; Force landed 18Nov43 after engine 
					failure 55 miles NW of Alamogordo Field
				74769 (MSN 3120) 368th FS, 359th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Accident 26Jul43 in collision with P-47D 42-8021 taxying at Republic Field; 
					23rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; Mid air collision 23Nov43 with P-47D 42-22578 
					at Auxiliary Field #2, Dalhart, TX; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; 
					sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				74770 (MSN 3121) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Force landed 2May44 after engine failure at Daykin, NB; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 
					262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; Crashed 16Sep44 after engine failure 6 miles 
					S of Bruning Field; Pilot bailed out.
				74771 (MSN 3122) Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by 
					War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				74772 (MSN 3123) 397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 23Aug43 in collision with parked P-47D 42-74807 taxying at Mitchel Field; 
					Accident 6Sep43 landing at Mitchel Field; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, 
					Goldsboro, NC; Force landed 30Aug44 with mechanical failure 2 miles W of Goldsboro, NC
				74773 (MSN 3124) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; Destroyed 11Oct43 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-8206 landing at Biggs
				74774 (MSN 3125) 387th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 5Sep43 landing at Dover Field; 
					132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Damaged 26Sep44 when nosed over taxying at Suffolk County
				74775 (MSN 3126) 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Crashed 25Mar44 after 
					engine failure SE of Harding Field; Pilot killed
				74776 (MSN 3127) Lend-Lease to Armée de l'Air Française; Centre de Perfectionnement "Chasse", 
					134th Base Unit, Oscoda Field, MI; Crashed 17Sep44 into Lake Huron, near Sturgeon Point, MI; French pilot killed
				74777 (MSN 3128) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 5Mar45 with mechanical 
					failure at Norfolk Field
				74778 (MSN 3129)	
				74779 (MSN 3130) Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Force landed 17Aug44 after engine failure one mile east of Bruning Field
				74780 (MSN 3131) F Combat Crew Training Squadron, 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT, 1944; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Accident 29May45 taxying at Galveston
				74781 (MSN 3132) 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Damaged 17Nov44 in a collision with P-47D 44-32694 on the ground at Camp Springs
				74782 (MSN 3133) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 2nd AF, Alamogordo Field, NM; Damaged 19Oct43 taxying at Biggs Field, 
					El Paso, TX; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 262nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Bruning Field, NB; 
					Mid air collision with B-17G 42-107159 three miles NE of Bruning Field, Nebraska September 8, 1944. 
					A B-17G from the Sioux City Army Air Field, and a P-47D from the Bruning Army Air Field collided 
					when the pilot of the P-47 misjudged the distance to the B-17 as he was simulating an attack 
					upon the formation. After impact, the P-47 spiraled out of control and struck the ground 
					killing the pilot. The B-17 broke apart scattering wreckage over an area of several square miles. 
					The forward part of the fuselage of the B-17 and the impact site of the P-47 are one mile apart 
					in an east-west direction. Four of the airmen in the B-17 were able to bail out and survive. 
					The crash took the lives of six other airmen in the B-17.
				74783 (MSN 3134) 82nd FS [MX-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				74784 (MSN 3135) 388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 10Aug43 at Dover Field
				74785 (MSN 3136) 133rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Hillsgrove Field, Providence, RI; Damaged 27Jun44 when 
					nosed under taxying at Hillsgrove Field; 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 23May45 landing at Suffolk County
				74786 (MSN 3137)	
				74787 (MSN 3138) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 22Mar44 with a 
					towed target at Norfolk Field; Force landed 7Apr44 after engine failure at Norfolk Field; 
					123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Crashed 23Jun44 when the 
					engine failed after take off and destroyed 2 miles SW of Seymour Johnson; Pilot killed
				74788 (MSN 3139) 389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 
					14Oct43 with P-47D 42-75485 six miles west of Southport, NC; 540th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, 
					Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crash landed 13Feb44 after engine failure at Bradley Field; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 17May44 taxying at Bradley Field
				74789 (MSN 3140) 387th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 19Oct43 landing at Dover Field
				74790 (MSN 3141) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 11May44 with P-47D 42-8250, 
					7 miles WSW of Norfolk; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Force landed 8Oct44 with fuel exhaustion at Windsor, NC.
				74791 (MSN 3142) [J48], 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 28May44 after engine failure and destroyed at Suffolk County.
				74792 (MSN 3143) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 232nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Dalhart Field, TX; 
					Crash landed 12Apr45 after engine failure at Dalhart
				74793 (MSN 3144) 386th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 4Sep43 after losing control NE of 
					Richmond, VA; Pilot bailed out
				74794 (MSN 3145)	
				74795 (MSN 3146) 386th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 4Oct43 taxying at Millville Field, NJ
				74796 (MSN 3147) 126th Base Unit, 1st AF, Walterboro Field, SC; Accident 16Aug44 landing at Walterboro
				74797 (MSN 3148) 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA; Accident 26Apr44 in collision with P-47D 
					42-8246 landing at Blackstone
				74798 (MSN 3149) 387th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 23Oct43 near Millville Field, NJ; 
					Pilot killed. The aircraft was on detachment to Millville Field, NJ for gunnery training. 
					The pilot was firing on Ground Gunnery Range B making his first pass on the target and started 
					his pull up. His plane rolled to the right, then upside down, and dove into the ground. 
					The plane exploded on impact throwing wreckage for 300 feet. The crash was ruled “undetermined” but 
					the investigators suspected either the propeller wash of the previous plane or the right ammunition 
					bay door came open in flight.
				74799 (MSN 3150)	
				74800 (MSN 3151)	
				74801 (MSN 3152) F Combat Crew Training Squadron [V52], 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT 1944; "Wild Cat" / "Nadine"
				74802 (MSN 3153)	
				74803 (MSN 3154) 395th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Westover Field, Chicopee, MA; Accident 22Aug43 caused by 
					mechanical failure at Westover Field
				74804 (MSN 3155)	
				74805 (MSN 3156) 397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 8Sep43 
					landing with mechanical failure at Mitchel Field, NY; 537th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 
					1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Damaged 1May44 taxying at Millville
				74806 (MSN 3157) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 15May44 with a towed target, 
					crashed and destroyed at Dover; Pilot bailed out.
				74807 (MSN 3158) 397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Damaged 23Aug43 
					while parked in collision by P-47D 42-74772 taxying at Mitchel Field; 322nd FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, 
					Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; Crash landed 29Jan44 after engine failure 3 miles NE of 
					Seymour Johnson Field; Pilot killed.
				74808 (MSN 3159) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crash landed 28Apr44 six miles SW of Delmar, DE; 
					Crashed 9Jun44 with mechanical failure and destroyed at Dover Field; Pilot bailed out.
				74809 (MSN 3160) 391st FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 
					13Oct43 with P-47D 42-22421 at Wilmington; Pilot killed
				74810 (MSN 3161) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 5Aug44 when nosed under taxying at Dover Field.
				74811 (MSN 3162) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Force landed 6Sep44 after engine failure 1 mile N of Suffolk County
				74812 (MSN 3163) 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VAMid air collision 2May44 with P-47D 42-8259 
					and destroyed at Farmville, VA
				74813 (MSN 3164) 395th FS [K77], 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 4Dec44 landing at Dover Field
				74814 (MSN 3165) 536th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Force landed 12Apr44 after engine failure 2 miles N of Port Norris, NJ
				74815 (MSN 3166) 532nd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Mid air collision 21Feb44 with a towed 
					target at Dover Field.			
				74816 (MSN 3167)	
				74817 (MSN 3168)	
				74818 (MSN 3169) 386th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 16Aug43 landing at Dover; 
					450th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Accident 23Feb44 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Camp Springs; Crashed 9Apr44 after losing control one mile SE of St. Michaels, MD; Pilot bailed out.
				74819 (MSN 3170)	
				74820 (MSN 3171) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 15Aug43 landing with 
					mechanical failure at Richmond; 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air 
					collision 9Aug44 with a towed target at Norfolk
				74821 (MSN 3172)	
				74822 (MSN 3173) 389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 22Sep43 
					taxying at Bluethenthal Field; 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Damaged 4Jan44 taxying at Bluethenthal Field; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, 
					Wilmington, NC; Force landed 28Jun44 and destroyed with engine and mechanical failure on 
					South Rich Island, 2 miles N of Wrightsville, NC
				74823 (MSN 3174) 534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 29Oct43 with P-47D 
					42-22266 and crashed near Raleigh, NC; Pilot killed
				74824 (MSN 3175) 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 30May44 when nosed over 
					taxying at Dover Field; Crashed 24Jul44 north of Frederica, DE; Pilot killed
				74825 (MSN 3176) 390th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 3Oct43 
					in collision with P-47D 42-22563 taxying at Bluethenthal
				74826 (MSN 3177)	
				74827 (MSN 3178) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 31Oct44 when ground looped landing with mechanical 
					failure at Suffolk County
				74828 (MSN 3179)	
				74829 (MSN 3180) 448thFS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 8Feb44 in collision with P-47C 
					41-6472 taxying at Dover; 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Crashed 19Apr44 with 
					structural failure at Dover Field; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 232nd Base Unit, 2nd AF, 
					Dalhart Field, TX; Accident 13Apr45 taking off with mechanical failure at Dalhart
				74830 (MSN 3181) 390th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 1Sep43 
					taxying at Wilmington, NC; 540th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Force landed 18Feb44 with mechanical failure at Bradley Field; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					F Combat Crew Training Squadron [V28], 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor 
					Locks, CT; "Judy"; Damaged 5Dec44 taxying at Bradley Field; 3rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport 
					Command, Romulus Field, MI; Force landed 28Mar45 with mechanical failure 3 miles E of Tulsa, OK
				74831 (MSN 3182) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Accident 5May44 landing at Norfolk; 
					121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 6Jul44 taxying at Bradley Field; 
					Crash landed 4Aug44 with mechanical failure at Bridgeport Field, CT
				74832 (MSN 3183) 388th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 20Aug43 landing at Dover Field; 
					397th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Mitchel Field, Hempstead, Long Island, NY; Accident 25Oct43 landing 
					at Mitchel Field; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Force landed 21Sep44 
					after engine failure and destroyed 45 miles NE of Bluethenthal
				74833 (MSN 3184) 386th FS, 365th FG, 1st AF, Langley Field, Hampton, VA; Damaged 5Aug43 by a bird 
					strike 5 miles NW of Langley Field; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Accident 22Jul44 landing and destroyed at Seymour Johnson
				74834 (MSN 3185) 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 5Apr44 in 
					collision with P-47D 42-8330 taxying at Bluethenthal; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
					Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				74835 (MSN 3186) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, 
					Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Accident 23Sep44 landing at Suffolk County
				74836 (MSN 3187) [G 58]
				74837 (MSN 3188) 395th FS, 368th FG, 1st AF, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Mid air collision 26May45 with a towed target 1 mile S of Southampton Beach, NY
				74838 (MSN 3189) [K78]; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Force landed 22Sep44 after engine failure at NAS Oakgrove, New Bern, NC; Redesignated TP-47D; 
					Damaged 10Apr45 taxying at Seymour Johnson
				74839 (MSN 3190) 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Force landed 22May44 
					with mechanical failure at Bluethenthal; Force landed 15Sep44 after engine failure and destroyed at Bluethenthal.
				74840 (MSN 3191) [K23]; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 21Apr44 taxying at 
					Camp Springs; Force landed 1May44 after engine failure and destroyed at Camp Springs; Pilot killed
				74841 (MSN 3192)	
				74842 (MSN 3193) 538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 5Apr44 
					with a towed target at the gunnery range, Bluethenthal Field
				74843 (MSN 3194) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 12Jul44 taking off 
					with mechanical failure at Bradley Field
				74844 (MSN 3195) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Destroyed 25Aug43 landing at 
					Page Field, Fort Myers in collision with P-47D 42-74845. 
				74845 (MSN 3196) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Destroyed 25Aug43 landing at 
					Page Field, Fort Myers in collision with P-47D 42-74844. 
				74846 (MSN 3197) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 19Oct44 when nosed over taxying at Bradley Field
				74847 (MSN 3198) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 27Dec43 with P-47D 42-74899 at Richmond
				74848 (MSN 3199)	
				74849 (MSN 3200) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Mid air collision 7Sep43 with P-47D 
					42-74858 at Fort Myers; 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crashed 22Dec44 after engine 
					failure into Union Lake NW of Millville, NJ; Pilot killed. The pilot was scheduled for an aerial 
					gunnery mission, but the engine failed right after take-off. He was diving into Union Lake in Millville 
					and managed to restart the engine just above the water. He turned to the right, stalled into the 
					ice-covered lake, and hit a sandbar about 3½ feet deep. The plane was dragged out several days later, 
					leaving behind many parts, which were discovered in the 1980s.
				74850 (MSN 3201)	
				74851 (MSN 3202)	
				74852 (MSN 3203) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Force landed 24Feb44 after 
					engine failure and destroyed at Page Field
				74853 (MSN 3204) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Crashed 28May44 on fire and 
					destroyed at Bradley Field
				74854 (MSN 3205) 306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Crash landed 4Mar44 
					after engine failure and destroyed 20 miles E of Tallahassee, FL; Pilot killed.
				74855 (MSN 3206) 443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 6Mar44 with mechanical 
					failure at Norfolk Field, VA; 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 
					8Sep44 with P-47G 42-24993, 5 miles E of Scottsville, VA; 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County 
					Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Mid air collision 23Apr45 with a towed target over Suffolk County
				74856 (MSN 3207) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Crash landed 22Oct43 with mechanical 
					failure at Page Field.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				74857 (MSN 3208)	
				74858 (MSN 3209) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Mid air collision 7Sep43 
					with P-47D 42-74849 at Fort Myers; 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 17Oct43 
					seven miles SW of Elkton, VA; Pilot killed
				74859 (MSN 3210)	
				74860 (MSN 3211) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 31Aug43 landing at 
					Page Field; 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Accident 18May44 landing at Abilene, TX; 
					Accident 29Jun44 landing at Abilene, TX; Accident 13Oct44 landing at Palacios Field, TX
				74861	 (MSN 3212) Redesignated TP-47D; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 18Dec44 landing with mechanical failure at Bradley Field; Accident 24Feb45 taxying at Bradley Field
				74862 (MSN 3213) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 13Nov43 caused by mechanical failure 
					12 miles SE of Richmond; Pilot bailed out.
				74863 (MSN 3214) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 27Feb44 landing at Page Field; 
					82nd FS [MX-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357 
				74864 (MSN 3215) 441st FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Perry Field, FL; Mid air collision 4Sep43 with P-47D 42-22393, 
					5 miles E of Perry Field; 485th FS, 370th FG, 1st AF, Groton Field, CT; Mid air collision 12Nov43 
					with P-47D 42-22319 at Groton; 538th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Accident 17Mar44 landing at Bluethenthal; 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; 
					Crashed 19Aug44 after losing control 15 miles W of Bluethenthal; Pilot killed
				74865 (MSN 3216) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 23Aug43 taking off in 
					collision with P-47D 42-74924 at Page Field; Crash landed 13Oct43 at Page Field; Fighter Pilot 
					Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Crashed 31Jul44 after 
					losing control 4 miles E of Wilmot, KS; Pilot bailed out.
				74866 (MSN 3217) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Force landed 15Jul44 after 
					engine failure at Bradley Field
				74867 (MSN 3218) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 4Nov43 when ground looped 
					and destroyed landing at Page Field
				74868 (MSN 3219) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 16Apr44 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Richmond; Accident 24Jul44 taking off at Richmond
				74869 (MSN 3220) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Crashed 21Aug43 with fuel 
					exhaustion and destroyed near Page Field
				74870 (MSN 3221) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 18Feb44 in collision 
					with P-47G 42-24955 taxying at Page Field
				74871 (MSN 3222) Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Damaged 25Oct44 in collision with P-47G 42-25230 taxying at Strother Field
				74872 (MSN 3223) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Crashed 31Oct43 after losing 
					control 2 miles NE of Bayshore, FL; Pilot killed
				74873 (MSN 3224)	
				74874 (MSN 3225) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 27Jun44 taking off 
					at Bradley Field; Force landed 26Sep44 after engine failure and destroyed near Westover Field, MA
				74875 (MSN 3226) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 3Jan44 landing at 
					Page Field; Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Crash landed 17Jul44 with mechanical failure N of Strother Field; Accident 13Sep44 landing at Strother
				74876 (MSN 3227) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 1May45 landing with mechanical failure at Richmond
				74877 (MSN 3228) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Crashed 19Oct43 after losing control 
					15 miles E of Punta Gorda, FL; Pilot bailed out
				74878 (MSN 3229)	
				74879 (MSN 3230) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 6Nov43 landing and destroyed 
					in collision with P-47C 41-6491 at Richmond
				74880 (MSN 3231)	
				74881 (MSN 3232)	
				74882 (MSN 3233) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 29Jan44 taking off 
					with mechanical failure at Page Field
				74883 (MSN 3234) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 27Feb44 and exploded at Richmond AAB; Pilot killed
				74884 (MSN 3235) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 31Mar44 after engine failure at Richmond AAB
				74885 (MSN 3236) 265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Accident 27Jul44 landing with mechanical failure at Pocatello
				74886 (MSN 3237) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 4Aug44 taxying at Richmond; Damaged 23Jan45 
					taxying at Richmond
				74887 (MSN 3238) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Force landed 6Mar44 after engine 
					failure two miles NE of Page Field; 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Force landed 18May44 after engine failure at Belleview, GA; Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Crash landed 22Mar45 one mile E of Roscoe, TX
				74888 (MSN 3239) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 30Aug43 landing and 
					destroyed at Page Field
				74889 (MSN 3240) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 10Feb44 after engine failure at Petersburg, VA
				74890 (MSN 3241) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 23Sep43 landing and 
					destroyed at Page Field
				74891 (MSN 3242) 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; Crashed 13Jul44 after losing control at Palacios Field, TX
				74892 (MSN 3243)	
				74893 (MSN 3244)	
				74894 (MSN 3245) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 2Dec43 landing at Page Field; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Mid air collision 16Jul44 with P-47D 42-74894 near Gulfport, MS; Pilot killed
				74895 (MSN 3246) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Damaged 28Apr44 taxying at Bradley Field
				74896 (MSN 3247) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 23Jul44 landing at Richmond; 
					Damaged 4Apr45 taxying at Richmond
				74897 (MSN 3248) 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Force landed 7May44 after 
					engine failure and destroyed close to Harding Field
				74898 (MSN 3249) Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Crashed 23Jul44 after losing control 4 miles NE of Harding; Pilot bailed out
				74899 (MSN 3250) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 27Dec43 with P-47D 42-74847 
					at Richmond; Force landed 12Jan44 after engine failure 15 miles NW of Richmond; Combat Crew Training 
					Squadron, 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Mid air collision 23Jun44 with a towed target
					on the aerial gunnery range, Norfolk Field; Accident 14Oct44 in collision with P-47D 42-27788 
					taxying at Norfolk; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK; sold by War 
					Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				74900 (MSN 3251) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Crashed 30Sep43 after 
					losing control 5 miles S of Venice, FL; Pilot bailed out
				74901 (MSN 3252) 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; Force landed 31Jul44 after 
					engine failure at Westfield, MA; Crash landed 25Aug44 after engine failure at Bradley Field; 
					132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; Crashed 27Mar45 
					after engine failure one mile east of Quiogue, Southampton, NY; Pilot bailed out
				74902 (MSN 3253)	
				74903	(MSN 3254)	324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 5Apr44 seven miles SW of Buckingham, VA; 
					Pilot killed
				74904 (MSN 3255) Combat Crew Training Squadron, 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; 
					Damaged 30Nov44 taxying at Harding Field; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Searcy Field, 
					Stillwater, OK; sold by War Assets Corporation to Paul Mantz February 19, 1946; scrapped at Searcey
				74905 (MSN 3256) 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Crash landed 13Jun44 after engine 
					failure at Wakita, OK
				74906 (MSN 3257) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 25Mar44 after losing control one 
					mile N of Zuni, VA; Pilot bailed out
				74907 (MSN 3258) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 26Jan45 in collision with P-47G 
					42-25137 on the ground at Richmond
				74908 (MSN 3259) 443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 7Dec43 after losing control 
					at Richmond AAB; Pilot bailed out
				74909 (MSN 3260) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Damaged 28Sep43 when caught fire on the 
					ground at Venice Field; Mid air collision 26Nov43 with P-47G 42-25087 and crashed 7 miles W of 
					Englewood, FL; Pilot bailed out
				74910 (MSN 3261) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 24Jan44 with North 
					American BC-1A 39-803 ten miles NE of Richmond; 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; 
					Crashed 22Jul44 after losing control and destroyed by fire 7 miles SW of Buckingham, VA; Pilot killed
				74911 (MSN 3262) 263rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Harding Field, Baton Rouge, LA; Force landed 30Sep44 after 
					engine failure and destroyed close to Harding Field
				74912 (MSN 3263)	
				74913 (MSN 3264) 14th FS, 53rd FG, Venice Field, FL; Damaged 12Oct43 in collision with P-47G 42-25075 
					taxying at Venice; Force landed 20Feb44 after engine failure at Venice Field
				74914 (MSN 3265) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Mid air collision 6Apr44 with a towed 
					target on the gunnery range at Venice Field; 281st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Brownsville Field, TX; 
					Damaged 2Mar45 taxying at Brownsville
				74915 (MSN 3266)	
				74916 (MSN 3267) 443rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 1Nov43 when ground looped 
					landing at Greensboro Field, NC
				74917 (MSN 3268) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 29Feb44 landing at Page Field
				74918 (MSN 3269) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Force landed 23Oct43 at Page Field
				74919 (MSN 3270) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Crash landed 20Aug43 with mechanical 
					failure one mile SW of Page Field
				74920 (MSN 3271) 14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Damaged 10Nov43 when nosed over taxying 
					at Venice Field; Crashed 8Jan44 after losing control 10 miles SE of Venice Field; Pilot bailed out
				74921 (MSN 3272) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Mid air collision 21Mar44 with a towed target 
					at Venice Field
				74922 (MSN 3273) 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Crashed 13Jul44 taking off and 
					destroyed when collidided with parked P-47D 42-74948 and P-40N 44-7488 at Strother Field
				74923 (MSN 3274) Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Crashed 1Sep44 after losing control in a dive 24 miles W of Abilene; Pilot killed
				74924 (MSN 3275) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 23Aug43 taking off 
					in collision with P-47D 42-74865 and destroyed at Page Field
				74925 (MSN 3276) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Crashed 22Sep43 after engine failure 
					2 miles SW of Charlotte Beach, FL; Pilot bailed out
				74926 (MSN 3277) 15th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Force landed 1Apr44 after 
					engine failure and destroyed close to Page Field
				74927 (MSN 3278) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 30May44 after engine failure 
					and destroyed at Rocky Mount Municipal Airport, NC
				74928 (MSN 3279) 438th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Page Field, Fort Myers, FL; Accident 19Sep43 landing at Page Field
				74929 (MSN 3280) 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; Damaged 6Oct44 in collision with P-47D 
					43-25339 taxying at Galveston Field
				74930 (MSN 3281) Pocatello Field, ID; Accident 12May44 taking off at Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY; 
					Fighter Pilot Training Squadron, 261st Base Unit, 2nd AF, Abilene Field, TX; 
					Mid air collision 19Oct44 with P-47D 42-22337, crashed and destroyed 15 miles N of Abilene; Pilot bailed out
				74931 (MSN 3282) 14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Accident 2Sep43 in collision by P-39D 
					Airacobra 41-28371 while parked at Venice Field; Force landed 4Nov43 after engine failure 15 
					miles NE of Venice; Accident 25Feb44 landing with mechanical failure at Venice Field; 
					265th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Pocatello Field, ID; Damaged 7Jul44 in collision with P-47D 42-28267 
					taxying at Pocatello; Accident 28Sep44 when ground looped landing at Pocatello
				74932 (MSN 3283) 14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Crash landed 8Oct43 with engine failure 
					into Gulf of Mexico, 8 miles SSW of Englewood, FL
				74933 (MSN 3284) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Accident 6Feb44 landing at Venice Field; 
					Mid air collision 4Apr44 with P-47G 42-25053 and crashed 2 miles SE of Venice; Pilot killed
				74934 (MSN 3285) 14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Mid air collision 23Nov43 with P-47D 42-74946, 
					two miles SE of Punta Gorda, FL
				74935 (MSN 3286) 14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Accident 18Sep43 landing at Venice Field; 
					Crashed 28Oct43 and destroyed one mile west of Venice Field
				74936 (MSN 3287)	
				74937 (MSN 3288)	
				74938 (MSN 3289)	
				74939 (MSN 3290)	
				74940 (MSN 3291) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Damaged 16Oct43 in collision with P-47D 
					42-74941 taxying at Venice Field; Force landed 3Feb44 after engine failure 5 miles SE of Venice
				74941 (MSN 3292) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Damaged 16Oct43 in collision with P-47D 
					42-74940 taxying at Venice Field; 283rd Base Unit, 2nd AF, Galveston Field, TX; 
					Damaged 13May44 taxying at Galveston; 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; 
					Damaged 30May44 when nosed over taxying at Strother Field; Damaged 16Jun44 when nosed over 
					taxying at Strother Field
				74942 (MSN 3293) 323rd FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crash landed 4Feb44 with mechanical 
					failure at Richmond AAB
				74943 (MSN 3294) 534th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 29Nov43 ten miles SE of New Albany, MS; 
					Pilot bailed out
				74944 (MSN 3295)	
				74945 (MSN 3296) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Crashed 5Mar44 with mechanical failure 
					20 miles NE of Venice Field; Pilot bailed out
				74946 (MSN 3297) 14th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Mid air collision 23Nov43 with P-47D 
					42-74934 and crashed two miles SE of Punta Gorda, FL; Pilot bailed out
				74947 (MSN 3298)	
				74948 (MSN 3299) 269th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Strother Field, Winfield, KS; Damaged 13Jul44 while parked 
					in collision by P-47D 42-74922 taking off at Strother Field
				74949 (MSN 3300) 13th FS, 53rd FG, 3rd AF, Venice Field, FL; Accident 10Dec43 in collision with 
					P-47G 42-24950 taking off from Venice
				74950 (MSN 3301)	
				74951 (MSN 3302) 1st Fighter Training Squadron,  Fighter Training Command, 12th AF; Crash 20Apr44 
					during wheels-up belly landing at Chateaudun-du-Rhumel, Algeria.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74952 (MSN 3303)	
				74953 (MSN 3304)	
				74954 (MSN 3305)	
				74955 (MSN 3306)	
				74956 (MSN 3307) 319th FS [82], 325th FG, 15th AF; 85th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF, Capodichino, Naples, Italy; 
					Crashed 11Mar44 during a local transition flight near Morano Italy; Pilot probably blacked out 
					from lack of oxygen and was killed
				74957 (MSN 3308) 317th FS [17], 325th FG, 15th AF; 346th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF 
				74958 (MSN 3309) 346th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Damaged 5Nov44 taxying at Pisa.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				74959 (MSN 3310)	
				74960 (MSN 3311)	
				74961 (MSN 3312) 525th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF, Braunschardt [Y-72], Germany; Crash landed 21Jul45 at 
					Hessich/Lichtenau [R-13], Germany
				74962 (MSN 3313)	
				74963 (MSN 3314) 524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; Crashed after engine failure near San Vincenzo Valle Roveto, 
					Italy May 27, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5183
				74964 (MSN 3315)					
42-74965/75214		Republic P-47D-10-RE Thunderbolt
				74965 (MSN 3316)	
				74966 (MSN 3317) 1st Fighter Training Squadron,  Fighter Training Command, 12th AF; Crashed 21Jun44 on 
					take-off at Berteaux, Algeria. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74967 (MSN 3318)	
				74968 (MSN 3319)	
				74969 (MSN 3320)	
				74970 (MSN 3321) 317th FS [34], 325th FG, 15th AF; 347th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF 
				74971 (MSN 3322)	
				74972 (MSN 3323) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica, Crashed 24May44 on take-off after 
					the engine failed and destroyed at Alto Landing Ground.  Pilot survived.
				74973 (MSN 3324) 100th FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Crashed after the engine 
					failed on a training flight SE of Ramitelli Airfield, Foggia, Italy June 14, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6922.
				74974 (MSN 3325)	
				74975 (MSN 3326) 523rd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; Damaged 14Oct44 taxying at Tarquinia, Italy.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74976 (MSN 3327)	
				74977 (MSN 3328)	
				74978 (MSN 3329)	
				74979 (MSN 3330)	
				74980 (MSN 3331)	
				74981 (MSN 3332)	
				74982 (MSN 3333)	
				74983 (MSN 3334) 12th AF; Accident in collision with parked RAF Vickers Wellington LN425 Foggia, Italy 
					December 16, 1943.
				74984 (MSN 3335) 346th FS [6C9], 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Shot down by anti-aircraft fire 
					while strafing four trucks in a convoy near Bergamasco, east of Asti, Italy during an armed 
					reconnaissance mission to the northern Po river valley, Italy November 4, 1944. Aircraft 
					crashed and exploded on impact. Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
					MACR 14562.
				74985 (MSN 3336)	
				74986	(MSN 3337)	86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Crashed 2km SW of Favignana, Isola di Favignana, Italy May 13, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 4720.   MACR has serial number as 42-75986, which is wrong.
				74987 (MSN 3338) War Bond aircraft; "Spirit Of Milwaukee County" / "Rockville Center Bankers"
				74988 (MSN 3339) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Crashed when flew too low during a 
					bomb run, was hit by its own bomb blast, flipped over and exploded at Formigine, Italy April 17, 1945; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 13810.
				74989 (MSN 3340) 1st Fighter Training Squadron,  Fighter Training Command, 12th AF; Force landed 27Jun44 
					after engine failure and destroyed at Berteaux, Algeria.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74990 (MSN 3341)	
				74991 (MSN 3342) 347th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Shot down by 20mm anti-aircraft fire while 
					strafing two trucks southeast of Cerea, Italy on a dive bombing mission to Grigno, Italy March 19, 1945. 
					Aircraft caught fire and crashed. Pilot bailed out and became a POW.  MACR 13275.
				74992 (MSN 3343) 526th FS [63], 86th FG, 12th AF; Crashed 28Aug44 on take-off at Poretta, Corsica.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				74993 (MSN 3344) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed 6May44 on take-off and destroyed at Lesina, Italy.
					Pilot survived.
				74994 (MSN 3345) 524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; Accident 21Apr44 landing and destroyed at Castel Volturno 
					Landing Ground, Italy.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				74995	(MSN 3346)	524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF, Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; Damaged 25Feb45 taxying at 
					Lunéville [Y-2], France.  Pilot survived, but aircraft ws destroyed.
				74996 (MSN 3347)	
				74997 (MSN 3348)	
				74998 (MSN 3349) Lend-Lease to Armée de l'Air Française; Groupe de Chasse II/5 "Lafayette"; Crashed 3Sep44 
					near Alto, Folelli, Corsica
				74999 (MSN 3350) 522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; Accident 30Apr44 landing at Castel Volturno Landing Ground, Italy; 
					524th FS; Shot down by Fw 190F-8 flown by Uffz Schoenekaes of SG-4/2 during a strike on retreating 
					German forces 10km NW of Rome, Italy and crashed SE of Lake Bracciano, Italy May 26, 1944; Pilot bailed out. 
					MACR 5074.
				75000 (MSN 3351) 345th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Shot down by anti-aircraft fire while strafing 
					horse drawn trucks 18 miles north of Vergato, Italy on a dive bombing and armed reconnaissance mission 
					April 16, 1945. Aircraft caught fire and crashed 15 miles north of Vergato. Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					MACR 13811. 
				75001 (MSN 3352) 318th FS [55], 325th FG, 15th AF 
				75002 (MSN 3353)	
				75003 (MSN 3354)	
				75004 (MSN 3355)	
				75005 (MSN 3356)	
				75006 (MSN 3357) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed into the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Yugoslavia 
					after engine failure January 10, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 2061.
				75007 (MSN 3358) 317th FS [30], 325th FG, 15th AF; "Topper"
				75008 (MSN 3359) [88], 325th FG, 15th AF; "Big Stud"
				75009 (MSN 3360)	
				75010 (MSN 3361) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Shot down by anti-aircraft fire while 
					strafing vehicles, crashed and exploded NE of Orvieto, Italy June 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 4,000ft 
					and evaded capture.  MACR 5825.
				75011 (MSN 3362) 318th FS [52], 325th FG, 15th AF; "Shimmmy"; Crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea, off Paola, 
					Italy after engine failure January 21, 1944; Pilot bailed out and MIA.  MACR 2037.
				75012 (MSN 3363) 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Crashed 4Apr44 on take-off and destroyed at Capodichino, Naples, Italy.
					Pilot survived.
				75013 (MSN 3364) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Lend-Lease to Armée de l'Air Française, [6], 
					Centre d'Instruction à la Chasse; Meknès [BE708], French Morocco
				75014 (MSN 3365)	
				75015 (MSN 3366) 1st Fighter Training Squadron,  Fighter Training Command, 12th AF; Crashed 4Apr44 
					on take-off at Chateaudun-du-Rhumel, Algeria.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75016 (MSN 3367)	
				75017 (MSN 3368) 319th FS [75], 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf-109G-6 flown by unknown pilot
					and unit over Guidonia airfield near Rome, Italy January 22, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 1989
				75018	(MSN 3369)	War Bond aircraft; "Spirit of McCone County" [purchased by workers at the Fort Peck 
					in McCone County, Montana]; 318th FS [62], 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed and destroyed by fire at unknown date
				75019 (MSN 3370)	
				75020 (MSN 3371) 317th FS [31], 325th FG, 15th AF; 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Accident 22Jul44 landing 
					and destroyed at Serraggia, Corsica.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed
				75021 (MSN 3372)	
				75022 (MSN 3373)	
				75023 (MSN 3374) 319th FS [95], 325th FG, 15th AF; 347th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF Damaged 6Mar45 taxying at Pisa, Italy; 
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75024 (MSN 3375)	
				75025 (MSN 3376) 79th FG, 12th AF; 
				75026 (MSN 3377) 522nd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Crashed 12Jun44 on take-off and destroyed at 
					La Banca Landing Ground, Naples, Italy. Pilot survived
				75027 (MSN 3378)	
				75028 (MSN 3379)	
				75029 (MSN 3380)	
				75030 (MSN 3381) 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Fw Gunther Landt 
					of JG 53/8 N of Lake Bracciano, Rome, Italy March 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACR 4721.
				75031 (MSN 3382) Aircraft and Systems Test Branch, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; 
					Force landed8Nov43 with fuel exhaustion and destroyed at Dayton Municipal Airport, Vandalia, OH
				75032 (MSN 3383) 306th FS, 338th FG, 3rd AF, Dale Mabry Field, Tallahassee, FL; Accident 25Mar44 caused 
					by structural failure at Dale Mabry; 216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Crashed 15Jul44 
					four miles east of Wendover Field; Pilot bailed out but was killed
				75033	 (MSN 3384) 437th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, Selfridge Field, Mount Clemens, MI; Crash landed 11Jan45 at Selfridge Field
				75034 (MSN 3385)	
				75035 (MSN 3386) Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Crash landed 28Sep43 with mechanical failure at Holtsville, Long Island, NY; Aircraft and Systems Test 
					Branch, Air Materiel Command, Wright Field, Dayton, OH; Used for flight tests at Farmingdale, Oct43; 
					Used for comparative tests of different propellers at Farmingdale, Mar44; 
				75036 (MSN 3387) 365th FS [CH-R bar], 358th FG, 9th AF, Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], France; Damaged by 
					flak and crashed 13Mar45 landing at Toul.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75037	(MSN 3388)	62nd FS [LM-K bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Onny's Angel"; Damaged by ground 
					fire during a strafing run on Quakenbrück airfield. Shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Hptm Karl Borris 
					of JG 26/1 Stab near Neumehringen, N of Rheine, Germany February 24, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2668.
				75038 (MSN 3389) 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Mourmelon-le-Grand [A-80], France; Crashed 15Dec44 on 
					take-off at Mourmelon-le-Grand.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75039	(MSN 3390)	367th FS [CP-B], 358th FG, 9th AF
				75040 (MSN 3391) 62nd FS [LM-G; LM-I], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Carolina Sunshine"; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Lt Gerg  Wiegand of JG-26/4 over Dümmer See near Diepholz, 
					Germany March 8, 1944; Pilot KIA.  MACR 2843.
				75041 (MSN 3392) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak 6 miles S of Malines, Belgium April 22, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4134.
				75042	(MSN 3393)	377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Accident 17Jun44 landing at Headcorn; 
					386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Azeville [A-7], France; Crashed 18Jul44 on take-off and destroyed at Azeville.
					Pilot survived.
				75043 (MSN 3394)	
				75044 (MSN 3395) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Crashed after being hit by its own 
					bomb blast while attacking a railway bridge at Saint-Martin-des-Besaces, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5704.
				75045	(MSN 3396)	358th FS [YF-Y], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Alabama Bound"; On 11Dec43 
					the aircraft was despatched with other P-47s to provide escort to bombers attacking at Bremen, Germany. 
					Shortly after take-off the pilot observed that his aircraft had a fuel leak. He attempted to return 
					to base but on approach he made a turn that was too steep. The aircraft stalled, hit some trees 
					and crashed, bursting into flames and the pilot was killed. 
				75046 (MSN 3397)	
				75047 (MSN 3398) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Crashed 21Jun44 after engine 
					failure on take-off and destroyed at High Halden.  Pilot survived.
				75048 (MSN 3399) 369th FS [IV-Z], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133 
				75049 (MSN 3400) 370th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, 
					Headcorn, Station 412; Damaged 31May44 on take-off at Headcorn  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75050 (MSN 3401) 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157 
				75051 (MSN 3402) 335th FS [WD-R], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by 
					Lt Friedrich Lange of JG 26/6 during an engagement NE Koblenz, Germany and crashed at Seraing, 
					6km SW of Luttich, Belgium February 20, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2664.
				75052 (MSN 3403) 506th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Damaged 20Apr44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-25731 and 42-8379 taxying at Winkton, Hampshire.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75053 (MSN 3404) 61st FS [HV-L bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crash landed 10Jun44 with 
					fuel exhaustion and destroyed 15 miles SE of Boxted.  Pilot survived.
				75054 (MSN 3405) 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; 369th FS [IV-V], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, 
					Station 133"Princess Pat"
				75055 (MSN 3406) 386th FS [D5-Q], 365th FG, 9th AF 
				75056 (MSN 3407) 369th FS [IV-P], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Jean's Warrior"
				75057 (MSN 3408) 328th FS [PE-O], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Damaged 15Feb44 taxying at 
					Bungay, Station 125; 411th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Crash landed 14Feb45 
					with fuel exhaustion near Tirlemont, Belgium.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75058 (MSN 3409) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157
				75059 (MSN 3410)	
				75060 (MSN 3411)	
				75061 (MSN 3412)	
				75062 (MSN 3413) 412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Woodchurch, Station 419; Accident 30May44 landing at Woodchurch; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], France; Declared war weary; Crashed 25Feb45 at Toul; 
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed..
				75063 (MSN 3414) 63rd FS [UN-J bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 
					flown by Obstlt Egon Mayer of JG 2/Stab at Arguen, S of Forges-les-Eaux, France February 5, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 2151.
				75064 (MSN 3415) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; "Kuminatcha"; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by Lt Georg 
					Kiefner of JG 26/1 E of Colleret, France January 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2005.
				75065 (MSN 3416) 63rd FS [UN-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 352nd FS [SX-L], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					Metfield, Station 366; Shot down by flak at Ekeren, 7km N of Antwerp, Belgium February 22, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 2672
				75066 (MSN 3417) 551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-I], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Accident 15Oct44 at Atcham; 410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Venlo [Y-55], Netherlands; 
					Crashed 20Apr45 after engine failure landing at Venlo
				75067 (MSN 3418) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Shot down 25Jun44 by Bf 109 near 
					Verneuil-sur-Avre, 11km west of Dreux, France; Pilot killed. MACR 6214.
				75068 (MSN 3419) 370th FS [CR-P; CS-P], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Chicago Lill'; 
					"Daddy's Girl" [named for daughter Diane]; Force landed 24Apr44 at RAF Manston, Kent.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75069 (MSN 3420) 63rd FS [UN-E bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Crashed February 3, 1944 
					on landing at Lower Kirby, near Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, England.
				75070 (MSN 3421) 61st FS [HV-D bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Ice Cold Kattie"; 
					508th FS [7J-I], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414 Assigned 18Jun44.
				75071 (MSN 3422) 63rd FS [UN-A bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 552nd Fighter Training 
					Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Destroyed 18Oct44 after a 
					mid air collision with P-47D 42-7974 and crashed at Grange Farm, Ellerdine, Wellington, Shropshire; 
					Pilot bailed out
				75072 (MSN 3423) 487th FS [HO-A bar], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Opal Lee" (L) / "Betty Jayne" (R); 
					410th FS [R3-L], 373rd FG, 9th AF; Damaged by flak near Lechenich, Germany and crash landed 2km S of 
					Köln, Germany October 11, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 9548.
				75073 (MSN 3424) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crashed 12Jun44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Headcorn.  Pilot survived.
				75074 (MSN 3425) 62nd FS [LM-I], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Eradicator"; 350th FS [LH-N], 
					353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157 
				75075 (MSN 3426) 379th FS [B8-T], 362nd FG, 9th AF; "Okole Maluna"; 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, 
					Cretteville [A-14], France; Accident 31Aug44 landing at Cretteville; Asch [Y-29], Genk, Belgium; 
					Crashed 9Mar45 after engine failure near Ginderover, Belgium; Pilot bailed out and survived,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				75076 (MSN 3427) War Bond aircraft; "Spirit of Roosevelt Junior-High School'; 486th FS [PZ-B], 352nd FG, 
					8th AF, Bodney, Station 141 
				75077 (MSN 3428) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Verdun/Etain [A-82], France; Damaged 2Feb45 on take-off at Verdun.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75078 (MSN 3429) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Shot down by flak while strafing a 
					railway marshalling yard, exploded and crashed near Domfront, France June 15, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5683 and 6673.
				75079 (MSN 3430) 370th FS [CR-B; CS-B], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Shot down by 
					Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Walter Pleines of JG 1/7 NE of Brunswick, near Fallersleben, Germany 
					April 11, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3734.
				75080 (MSN 3431) 367th FS [CP-X], 358th FG, 9th AF, Leiston, Station 373; Crashed 31Dec43 near Shorne, 
					Gravesend, Kent; Pilot badly injured [he was later killed in the crash of P-47N 44-89014 at an 
					air show in Jamaica, 1947]. The pilot tried to land on the main road but had to swerve when a 
					lorry appeared. The plane had come down in the field opposite the Crown Garage. People were 
					running towards the plane and helped dig a hole so that they could get the pilot out as the cockpit 
					and front of the plane were upside down, although the rear half was the right way up. The pilot 
					was still strapped in his seat but was cut free and taken to Gravesend Hospital where he was 
					found to have a broken arm, broken rib and a nasty gash to his hand. On it's way down the plane 
					had hit several poles carrying the electricity supply to several properties nearby leaving 
					them with no power for any New Year celebrations. The aircraft had run out of fuel on its 
					way back to East Anglia and the pilot had tried to land on the road, not knowing that the
					Gravesend airfield was only a couple of miles away. The pilot of the aircraft was returning 
					from a mission to provide penetration, target and withdrawal support to heavy bombers 
					during an attack on industrial targets in Paris, France. Due to the range and duration 
					of the mission, arrangements were made to refuel the squadron at Manston Aerodrome, Kent 
					prior to returning to their base at Leiston, Suffolk. Unfortunately there was only 
					sufficient fuel for nine aircraft at Manston so the remaining aircraft were given orders to 
					go to alternate refuelling aerodromes in South East of England.
				75081 (MSN 3432) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; Crashed 26Feb44 near Wivenhoe, Essex; 
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75082 (MSN 3433) 368th FS [CV-G], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 388th FS [C4-U], 
					365th FG, 9th AF, Juvincourt [A-68], France; Crashed 14Sep44 in bad weather near Juvincourt; Pilot bailed out
					and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				75083	(MSN 3434)	HQ Squadron, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Shot down by flak hitting the fuel tank, 
					crashed and exploded at the St Christophe Quarry, Saint-Leu-d'Esserent, 2 miles N of Chantilly, France 
					June 3, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6189
				75084 (MSN 3435) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Crashed after engine failure at Nunspeet, 5 miles SW of 
					Zwolle, Netherlands March 8, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2846
				75085 (MSN 3436) 369th FS [IV-Q], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133
				75086 (MSN 3437) 370th FS [CR-Z bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Big Dog"; 368th FS [CV-J]; 
					370th FS [CR-E; CS-E] 
				75087 (MSN 3438) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Damaged 7Nov43 taxying at Hitcham, Station 470; Base Air Depot No.3, 8th AF Service Command, 
					Langford Lodge, Station 597, Northern Ireland; Accident 5Dec43 landing at Hitcham, Station 470; 
					461st Sub-Depot, 20th Combat Bomb Wing, 8th AF, Hardwick, Station 104; Damaged 23Nov44 while parked at Hardwick; 
					Conflict: 
					310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; Crash landed due to 
					navigational error over northern Spain and ran out of fuel while delivering the aircraft to a 
					combat unit in England December 28, 1943. The Plane crashed in San Miguel de Mendata, Vizcaya, Spain. 
					Pilot returned to Allies via Gibraltar.
				75088 (MSN 3439) 368th FS [CV-G], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 365th FG, 9th AF
				75089 (MSN 3440)	
				75090 (MSN 3441) 370th FS [CR-M], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Crashed 11Jan44 in bad 
					weather near Rednal, Worcestershire; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75091 (MSN 3442) 370th FS [CR-I; CS-I], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Big Dog" - artwork of 
					sad dog (L&R); Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Peter Reischer of JG 26/11 at Les Mongalets, 
					25km E of Chartres, France March 27, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 3454
				75092 (MSN 3443)	10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Carentan [A-10], France; Crashed 2Aug44 after engine 
					failure and destroyed landing at Carentan.  Pilot survived, but aircaft was destroyed.
				75093 (MSN 3444) 62nd FS [LM-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crashed into the ground while 
					strafing vehicles near Heerstert, 8km SE of Kortrijk, Belgium August 27, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8536.
				75094 (MSN 3445) Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England November 13, 1943 for handling trials. 
					Returned to USAAF January 3, 1944. HQ Squadron, 3rd Bomb Division, 8th AF; Troston, Station 595; 
					Crash landed 18Jul44 after engine failure at Snetterton Heath, Norfolk.
				75095 (MSN 3446) 368th FS [CV-N], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Pappy Yokum" [named 
					from Al Capp cartoon strip]; 62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crashed 12Sep44 near 
					Wick Farm, one mile south of RAF Birch, Essex; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed. 
					Reports state that the aircraft appeared to go into a spin during aerobatics, recovered, then 
					went into a power dive from which it did not recover.
				75096 (MSN 3447) 375th FS [E2-D], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Accident 5Feb44 when turned 
					over landing at Bottisham. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75097 (MSN 3448) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Leiston, Station 373; Damaged 11Jan44 taxying at Goxhill, 
					Station 345; 506th FS [4K-B], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; "Hairless Joe"
				75098 (MSN 3449) 506th FS [4K-G], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Crashed after engine failure 
					into mudflats 4 miles W of Grandcamp, Normandy, France June 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6111
				75099 (MSN 3450)	
				75100 (MSN 3451)	
				75101 (MSN 3452) "551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, 
					Station 342; Crashed on summit of Mynydd Copog near Dolgellau, Wales May 4, 1944. The pilot 
					was performing authorised aerobatics and local flying from Atcham near Shrewsbury. He had 
					flown west across mid Wales and during a series of rolls drifted over higher ground. He lost 
					control of the aircraft which entered a spin, he managed to recover from the spin but had 
					insufficient height to regain level flight before the aircraft struck the top of the hill 
					and broke up. Pilot killed.
				75102 (MSN 3453) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF
				75103 (MSN 3454) 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Damaged by flak and crash 
					landed at Prouville, 30km NW of Amiens, France August 9, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 8512
				75104 (MSN 3455) 368th FS [CV-T], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Clumpy II" [named for 
					a cartoon dog character that the pilot drew (he was an acomplished artist, specialising in 
					US railway paintings)]; Crashed after engine failure into North Sea 20 miles NNW of Knokke, 
					Belgium April 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out but drowned.
				75105 (MSN 3456) 376th FS [E9-Z], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Declared war weary
				75106 (MSN 3457) 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Crashed 10Jul44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Ashford.  Pilot survived
				75107 (MSN 3458) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Crashed 1May44 near Lambres, SE 
					of Saint-Omer, France; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACr 4755.
				75108 (MSN 3459) 370th FS [CR-T], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Jeepers"; Crashed with 
					mechanical failure into North Sea January 11, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 1964.
				75109 (MSN 3460) 63rd FS [UN-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Louisiana Pirate; New Orleans"; 
					Accident 6Mar44 landing at Halesworth; Boxted, Station 150; Shot down by a Bf 109 flown by 
					Major Günther Rall, Gruppenkommadeur of II/JG 11 over Heidelberg, catching fire, turned over 
					and crashed near Spechbach, Germany May 12, 1944; Pilot POW.  MACR 4806.
				75110 (MSN 3461) 369th FS [IV-A], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 494th FS, 48th FG, 
					9th AF, Kassel/Rothwesten [R-12], Germany; Accident 25Apr45 landing at Kassel.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75111 (MSN 3462) 368th FS [CV-A], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 63rd FS [UN-E], 
					56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 16Oct44 on take-off at Boxted.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75112 (MSN 3463) 335th FS [WD-Z], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356 Assigned 26Jan44. On a mission 
					to Gilze-Rijen airfield 30Jan44, the fighter was badly damaged by cannon fire from a Bf 109. 
					The pilot had missed a call to break after the German fighter had been spotted closing on his tail. 
					Fortunately, another pilot reacted quickly and shot the Messerschmitt off his tail, but not before 
					this aircraft had been holed in its fuselage, tail, flaps and canopy. On a Ramrod mission to 
					Marienburg, Germany, it was badly damaged by cannon fire from a Bf 109 and transferred out 
					of the Group 22Jun44 as a result. Rejoined Squadron 13May45 until 1Jun45 then returned to USA.
				75113 (MSN 3464) 368th FS [CV-O], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Daisy Mae" [named 
					from Al Capp cartoon strip]; Crash landed 31Mar44 and destroyed at East Wrentham.  Pilot survived
				75114 (MSN 3465) 351st FS [YJ-M], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Boston Bull"; Crashed 22Apr44 
					into North Sea off Goeree-Overflakkee, Netherlands; Pilot rescued by RAF Air Sea Rescue.
				75115	 (MSN 3466) 84th FS [WZ-H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Damaged 11Feb44 when ground looped at Duxford.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75116 (MSN 3467) 10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Lymington, Station 551; Mid air collision 19Apr44 with P-47D 42-8594 
					and crashed at Pylewell House, near Lymington; Pilot bailed out
				75117 (MSN 3468) 311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Maghaberry, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 239; Crash landed 13Nov43 at Maghaberry; 551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter 
					Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Accident 16Nov44 landing at Creil [A-81C], France.
					Pilot survived, aircraft salvaged Nov 25, 1944.
				75118 (MSN 3469) 370th FS [CR-Z; CS-Z], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Mid air collision 
					over England March 22, 1944; Able to land.  508th FS [7J-P], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; 
					Assigned 17Jun44.
				75119 (MSN 3470) 335th FS [WD-N], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; Shot down by Fw 190A-5 flown 
					by L'Ofw Paul Marx of JG 2/7 and crashed 3km N of Fumay, France January 29, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2116
				75120 (MSN 3471) 334th FS [QP-F], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; "Mike IV" - artwork of 'Typhoon McGoon' on cowl.
				75121 (MSN 3472) 61st FS [HV-Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged 4Mar44 on take-off at 
					Halesworth; Damaged 17Apr44 taxying at Halesworth.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75122 (MSN 3473) 375th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Shot down by flak while strafing the 
					airfield at Bad Zwischenahn and crashed at Apermarsch, Germany April 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.
					MACR 4140.
				75123 (MSN 3474) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Accident 25Feb44 in collision with P-47D 
					42-74713 landing at Raydon.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75124 (MSN 3475) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Shot down in aerial combat and crashed 
					near Termode, Belgium January 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2003.
				75125 (MSN 3476) 62nd FS [LM-E bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Hawkeye"
				75126 (MSN 3477) 61st FS [HV-F bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "City Of Montevideo, Minnesota"; 
					A flight of four aircraft entered heavy cloud at 5,500 feet, 15 minutes after take-off. Three aircraft 
					were never seen again and presumed to have crashed into the North Sea 15 miles E of Lowestoft, 
					England March 22, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 3389.
				75127 (MSN 3478) Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Damaged 28Aug43 
					while parked in collision by P-47D 42-8274 taking off at Farmingdale
				75128 (MSN 3479) 82nd FS [MX-R bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crash landed 21Jun44 at 
					Bottisham, Station 374; 368th FS [CV-R], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Lonesom' Polecat"; 
					361st FS [QI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369 
				75129 (MSN 3480) 365th FS [CH-Y], 358th FG, 9th AF; "Big Dog"; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-P], 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Damaged 9Jun44 after landing in 
					collision by P-47C 41-6538 landing at Atcham. The propeller of the landing aircraft sliced through 
					the rear fuselage, breaking the back of this aircraft.
				75130 (MSN 3481) 1st Proving Ground Group, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin Field, Valparaiso, FL; 
					Used in performance comparison flights with captured German fighters; Damaged 9Mar44 while parked 
					in collision by Fw 190 EB101 taxying at Eglin; 134th Base Unit, 1st AF, Oscoda Field, MI; 
					Accident 22Nov44 landing at Oscoda
				75131 (MSN 3482) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Force landed 1Jun44 with engine and 
					mechanical failure at Norfolk
				75132 (MSN 3483) 216th Base Unit, 2nd AF, Wendover Field, UT; Destroyed 8Aug44 by fire on the ground at Wendover.
				75133 (MSN 3484) 83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357 
				75134 (MSN 3485) 370th FS [CR-G bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Baltimore Babe"; 
					360th FS [PI-H], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Probably shot down by flak 
					and crashed 7km N of Haguenau, France April 23, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4325
				75135 (MSN 3486) 351st FS [YJ-Q], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Crashed into North Sea after 
					engine failure 10 miles NE of Great Yarmouth, England February 3, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 2125.
				75136 (MSN 3487) 368th FS [CV-U], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Shot down by flak SW of 
					Auxi-le-Château, near Abbeville, France March 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3402
				75137 (MSN 3488) 63rd FS [UN-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Accident 9Mar44 landing at 
					Halesworth; Boxted, Station 150; Crashed 30Apr44 on a training flight following an engine change, 
					dived into the ground and destroyed near RAF Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex; Pilot killed
				75138 (MSN 3489) 410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Woodchurch, Station 419; Destroyed 8Jun44 by fire on the 
					ground at Woodchurch, possibly in collision by P-47D 42-26107; 
					Conflict: 
					552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air 
					collision 16Jun44 with P-47D 42-76088, 25 miles SE of Atcham.  Able to land.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75139 (MSN 3490)	
				75140	 (MSN 3491) 61st FS [HV-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Pengie II" - artwork of a 
					penguin; 352nd FS [SX-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Crashed 22Feb44, last seen in 
					a spin possibly shot down by an enemy aircraft, near Lommel, Belgium; Pilot killed
				75141 (MSN 3492) 368th FS [CV-I], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Force landed 27Mar44 at 
					RAF Manston, Kent; Crash landed after engine failure near Hall, Netherlands April 11, 1944 and 
					destroyed by other P-47s to prevent its capture; Pilot became POW.  MACR 3759.
				75142 (MSN 3493) 379th FS [B8-G], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; "Memphis Rebel'; 
					Crashed 29Apr44 on take-off and destroyed at Headcorn.  Pilot survived.
				75143 (MSN 3494) 62nd FS [LM-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 
					31st Air Transport Group, 9th AF, Grove, Station 519; Accident 9Jun44 in collision with P-47D 
					42-26542 landing at Beaulieu and destroyed. Both aircraft approached Beaulieu simultaneously 
					from the south and west. In the mist and haze, neither pilot saw the other landing on 
					intersecting runways. The aircraft collided mid-field, the propeller of one hacking the other 
					from cockpit to tail, flinging the pilot onto the runway. His aircraft, with the engine 
					still running, spun around a locked wheel brake until one of the ground crew ended the 
					incident with a machine gun burst.
				75144 (MSN 3495) 61st FS [HV-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365 
				75145 (MSN 3496) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Heston, Station 510; 
					Crashed 16Nov43 in bad weather and destroyed near Darvel, Scotland.  Pilot survived.
				75146 (MSN 3497) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Damaged 23Apr44 taxying at Bodney, Station 141.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75147 (MSN 3498) 83rd FS [HL-X; HL-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Artwork of Varga's 
					"Patriotic Gal"; Declared war weary; 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 
					Force landed 5Dec44 at RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk; Crashed 6Apr45 near Donington, Lincolnshire; Pilot killed,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				75148 (MSN 3499) Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Crashed 3Sep43 
					after engine failure and destroyed 3 miles SW of Lake Ronkonkoma, NY
				75149 (MSN 3500) 351st FS [YJ-P bar], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Double S"; Damaged by 
					small arms fire while strafing barges in a canal NW of Osnabruck, Germany and crash landed 
					at Mundersum, 15 miles SE of Lingen, Germany April 23, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 4313.
				75150 (MSN 3501) 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; "Nursie"; Saint Léonard [A-36], France; 
					Shot down by 20mm flak while strafing a truck and staff car near Mulhouse, crashed, exploded and 
					destroyed by fire close to Schweighouse-Thann, 8 miles W of Mulhouse, France September 11, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 9122.
				75151 (MSN 3502) 82nd FS [MX-L], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; HQ Squadron [MX-L], 1st Combat Bomb Wing, 
					8th AF, Bassingbourn, Station 121; Used as a formation monitor; Crashed 15May45 near Bassingbourn; The pilot
					came in upside down which was a usual trick with the intention of flipping over at the last
					minute.  Pilot killed
				75152 (MSN 3503) 376th FS [E9-L], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Crash landed 4Mar44 in a field 
					near Bottisham; Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed and salvaged.
				75153 (MSN 3504) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Verdun/Etain [A-82], France; Damaged 26Nov44 taxying at Verdun; 
					Crashed 26Jan45 near Eschette, Luxembourg; Pilot killed.  MACR 11908.
				75154 (MSN 3505) 61st FS [HV-A bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Sad Sam"; Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B, [5F-I], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 28Aug44 taxying at Boxted; 
					544th Bomb Squadron [P; SU], 384th Bomb Group, 8th AF; Grafton Underwood, Station 106; Used as a formation monitor
				75155 (MSN 3506) 374th FS [B7-K], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, Station 374; Damaged 13Feb44 when the 
					landing gear collapsed landing at Bottisham; 510th FS [2Z-G bar], 405th FG, 9th AF, Straubing [R-68], Germany; 
					Declared war weary; Mid air collision 25May45 over Lake Constance, Germany
				75156 (MSN 3507) 369th FS [IV-S], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133 
				75157 (MSN 3508) 486th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Mid air collision 8Mar44 with P-47D 42-8490, 
					42-8652 and 42-22486 near Hethel, Norfolk while flying formation in a long climb through thick 
					cloud after take-off for a mission; Pilot bailed out, aircraft was destroyed.
				75158 (MSN 3509) 369th FS [IV-B], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Fox"; Damaged 31Mar44 
					taxying at East Wrentham; 508th FS [7J-Y], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Assigned 17Jun44; 
					Damaged by flak while strafing locomotives in a marshalling yard at Aachen, Germany and crashed 
					12 miles E of Vise, Belgium September 8, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 8707
				75159 (MSN 3510) 369th FS [IV-U], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 368th FS [CV-H]; 359th FS [OC-S], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Mid air collision 26Apr44 with P-47D 42-75389 and 
					crashed on Golf Course, Woodbridge; Pilot killed,  42-75389 landed safely.
				75160 (MSN 3511) 62nd FS [LM-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Saucy Shirley III"; Crash landed 
					1Dec43 at Halesworth; Pilot survived.  Crashed 9Apr44 with fuel exhaustion into the North Sea; Pilot bailed out but 
					was killed when he hit the tail. 
					Conflict: 
					388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 believed flown by Oblt Radau of JG6/6 at 
					Wahn Airfield, SE of Cologne, Germany; Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to open.
					MACR 9821.
					[Given the number of entries for this serial number in RALDA (Report of Aircraft Lost, Damaged, and Aborting) 
					relating to the 62nd FS, the balance of probabilities is that there is an error in the serial number 
					recorded in MACR 9821.]
				75161 (MSN 3512) 351st FS [YJ-P], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Gator Bait" [Named for pilot's 
					home State of Florida]; Shot down in aerial combat near Angerville, 17km SW of Étampes, France 
					February 5, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2128
				75162 (MSN 3513) 62nd FS [LM-J bar or H bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged in aerial 
					combat at Frankfurt am Main and crashed after the engine caught fire W of Seckenheim, Mannheim, 
					Germany May 12, 1944; Pilot had just shot down a Bf 109G-6; Pilot bailed out and became a POW.  MACR 4689.
				75163 (MSN 3514) 61st FS [HV-P bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Power's Girl' [Pilot was 
					Joseph H. Powers Jr.] - artwork of Varga girl (R only); Crashed 22May44 on fire near Leiston, Suffolk.
				75164 (MSN 3515) 514th FS [O7-B], 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417
				75165 (MSN 3516)	
				75166 (MSN 3517) 376th FS [E9-V], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 96th Depot Repair 
					Squadron, 16th Air Depot Group, 9th AF, Reims/Champagne [A-62], France; Le Molay [A-9D], France; 
					Crash landed while on ferry flight near Mesnières-en-Bray, France August 17, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 9144
				75167 (MSN 3518) 377th FS [E4-X], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crash landed after engine 
					failure 2km E of Hornoy-le-Bourg, SW of Amiens, France May 23, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 5882.
				75168 (MSN 3519) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Beaulieu, Station 408; The pilot 
					dropped his bombs on a railway culvert at low level, his aircraft being hit by the explosions, 
					catching fire, plunged into the ground and exploded at Saint-Lô-d'Ourville, France June 6, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5531
				75169 (MSN 3520) 365th FS [CH-U], 358th FG, 9th AF; Crashed at Lingen, Germany February 29, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 2580.
				75170 (MSN 3521) 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Damaged 11Aug44 taxying at Raydon.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75171 (MSN 3522) 359th FS [OC-D], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "The Rambling Rebel"; 
					Force landed 15Aug44 with structural failure at RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75172 (MSN 3523) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; Accident 27Jul44
				75173 (MSN 3524) 506th FS [4K-Q], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Shot down in aerial combat by a 
					group of six Fw 190 fighters 2km N of Chavigny, France May 8, 1944. The aircraft was 'tail end charlie' 
					in a formation of ten fighters. It was hit in the elevators and received four more bursts before 
					the pilot could bail out. Pilot bailed out at 10,000ft and evaded capture, returning to England 
					via Spain and Gibraltar by June 22, 1944.  MACR 4676.
				75174 (MSN 3525) 374th FS [B7-T], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Bette of Brooklyn"; 510th FS, 
					405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; Shot down by flak during a 
					low-level strafing pass and crashed in flames 5km NE of Coutances, France July 27, 1944; Pilot
					bailed out at 2,500ft wounded with a broken leg, landed hung up in a tree, captured and taken to 
					hospital, liberated by American forces August 2, 1944 and returned to England August 13, 1944.  MACR 7925.
				75175 (MSN 3526) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Crashed in the North Sea 5 miles E of Walton-on-the Naze, 
					Essex, February 25, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 2524.
				75176 (MSN 3527) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Damaged 28Feb44 on take-off at Gosfield.
				75177 (MSN 3528) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Beaulieu, Station 408; Shot down by 
					flak at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, NW of Paris, France May 30, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 2,000ft and became POW.
					MACR 5129
				75178 (MSN 3529) 62nd FS [LM-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Pope"; 397th FS, 368th FG, 
					9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; "Julia"; Crashed and exploded after striking trees or a house 
					while strafing vehicles 2km SE of Saint-Sever-Calvados, France August 1, 1944; Pilot killed. 
					The land owner retained some parts of the plane when the wreckage of the plane was removed; they 
					have been presented to the Espace de Mémoire Lorraine 1939 - 1945, Vézelise, France.  MACR 7934.
				75179 (MSN 3530)	
				75180 (MSN 3531) 63rd FS [UN-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Pauline II"; 391st FS, 366th FG, 
					9th AF, Saint Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Shot down by flak while dive bombing and crashed at 
					La Vallée, 3.5km NE of Coutances, France July 28, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7938.
				75181 (MSN 3532) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Shot down by flak at 
					Saint-Sever-Calvados, France August 1, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 1,000ft and killed.
				75182 (MSN 3533) 83rd FS [HL-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crash landed 4Jun44 after engine 
					failure near Audley End, Saffron Walden, Essex.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75183 (MSN 3534) 486th FS [PZ-H bar], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Happy"; Declared war weary; 
					326th Ferrying Squadron, 1st Transport Group, 9th AF, Creil [A-81], France; Crash landed 8Jan45 
					at Verdun/Charny [Y-28], France
				75184 (MSN 3535) 357th FS [OS-L], 355th FG, 8th AF,"Helle's Belles" Steeple Morden, Station 122; Shot down by flak 
					off Dunkerque on French coast January 24, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 2114.
				75185 (MSN 3536) 63rd FS [UN-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Princess Pat"; 386th FS, 365th FG, 
					9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Ofhr Gunther Patzke of JG 26/9 
					3km east of Bourguébus, France June 22, 1944; Pilot bailed out and captured.  MACR 6274.
				75186 (MSN 3537) 63rd FS [UN-G], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron, 
					495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Crashed 26May44 and destroyed near 
					RAF Shawbury, Shropshire; Pilot killed
				75187 (MSN 3538) 374th FS [B7-O], 361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, Station 374; Force landed 14Jan44 after 
					engine failure at Bottisham. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75188 (MSN 3539) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, RAF Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Damaged 22Jun44 when ground 
					looped at Headcorn.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75189 (MSN 3540) 351st FS [YJ-H], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Crashed 9Apr44 with fuel 
					exhaustion in North Sea off Great Yarmouth; Pilot bailed out and rescued by RAF Air Sea Rescue.
				75190 (MSN 3541) 361st FS [QI-O], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 506th FS [4K-Z], 
					404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; 508th FS, Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; Accident 16Feb45 
					landing at Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium
				75191	 (MSN 3542) 351st FS [YJ-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Wolverine"; Shot down in 
					aerial combat and crashed at Wedehorn near Twistringen, S of Bremen, Germany February 3, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 2127.
				75192 (MSN 3543) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Crashed 8Oct44 landing and destroyed at Athis-de-l'Orne [A-76], France.
					Pilot survived.
				75193 (MSN 3544) 514th FS [O7-B], 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; "Norman Kid"; Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], 
					France; Shot down by flak at Cintheaux, SSE of Caen, France August 7, 1944; Pilot killed.
				75194 (MSN 3545) 386th FS [D5-L], 365th FG, 9th AF; "Twerp"; Shot down by flak E of Saint-Lô and crashed 
					at Petit-Mesnil, near Trois-Monts, 16km SW of Caen July 11, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6631.
				75195 (MSN 3546) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; The pilot was a wingman during aerial combat over Bonn, 
					Germany when his aircraft was struck by spent .50 caliber brass cartridge casings ejected by his 
					leader causing damage to the engine. The pilot turned back towards allied lines with thick black 
					oil obscuring his vision. Suddenly the engine stopped and the pilot set up for a forced landing 
					in a pasture but realized too late that the aircraft would collide with a clump of trees at the 
					far end. As the aircraft approached the ground, the right wing stalled catching a wing tip 
					which sent the fighter cart-wheeling across the ground. The wreckage stopped right side up 
					without any wings, tail or engine. The aircraft had crash landed 400yds inside allied lines near 
					Athus, Belgium October 21, 1944. The pilot was slightly injured, walked across to a jeep 
					parked nearby and was told that he had just crossed a minefield. The pilot returned to his unit. 
				75196 (MSN 3547) 83rd FS [HL-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Li'l Eva"; Crashed 14Aug44 on 
					take-off and destroyed at Duxford.  Pilot survived.
				75197 (MSN 3548) 386th FS [D5-F], 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Force landed 6Jun44 with 
					bomb blast damage at Beaulieu, Station 408.
				75198 (MSN 3549) 375th FS [E2-M], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged 5May44 on take-off 
					at Bottisham; 507th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Damaged 13Feb45 taxying at 
					St-Trond airfield [A-92], Sint-Truiden Belgium.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75199 (MSN 3550) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; Force landed 14Dec44 with fuel exhaustion at Bierset airfield, Belgium.
				75200	 (MSN 3551) 375th FS [E2-F], 361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, Station 374; Damaged 22Apr44 when the 
					right landing gear collapsed landing at Bottisham.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75201 (MSN 3552) Lend-Lease to Russia; Delivered via Great Falls, Edmonton, Whitehorse to Ladd Field, 
					Fairbanks, Alaska October 1943. Handed over to the Soviet Mission in Alaska. Ferried by the 
					Russians departing November 16, 1943 via Nome, Uelkal, Magadan, Nikolaïevsk-na-Amure, Chita, 
					to Moscow, Russia. On February 15, 1944, the aircraft arrived in the bay of Ayan, 800km south of 
					Magadan. At night, the ice began to move, which the wind carried to the open sea with the 
					aircraft; the pilots managed to take-off early the next morning. Arrived March 20, 1944 at 
					the Central Aerodrome in Moscow. Used for test and evaluation at Central Aerohydrodynamic 
					Institute [TsAGI] and M. M. Gromov Flight Research Institute [LII]
				75202 (MSN 3553) Bought by American Senators; Named "Sovereign Senators - K of P" [Knights of Pythias - 
					An international non-sectarian fraternal organization]; Lend-Lease to Russia; Delivered via 
					Great Falls, Edmonton, Whitehorse to Ladd Field, Fairbanks, Alaska October 1943. Handed over 
					to the Soviet Mission in Alaska. Ferried by the Russians departing November 16, 1943 via Nome, 
					Uelkal, Magadan, Nikolaïevsk-na-Amure, Chita, to Moscow, Russia. On February 15, 1944, 
					the aircraft arrived in the bay of Ayan, 800km south of Magadan. At night, the ice began 
					to move, which the wind carried to the open sea with the aircraft; the pilots managed to 
					take-off early the next morning. Arrived March 20, 1944 at the Central Aerodrome in Moscow. 
					Used for test and evaluation at Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute [TsAGI] and M. M. Gromov 
					Flight Research Institute [LII]
				75203 (MSN 3554) Lend-Lease to Russia; Delivered via Great Falls, Edmonton, Whitehorse to Ladd Field, 
					Fairbanks, Alaska October 1943. Handed over to the Soviet Mission in Alaska. Ferried by the 
					Russians departing November 16, 1943 via Nome, Uelkal, Magadan, Nikolaïevsk-na-Amure, Chita, 
					to Moscow, Russia. On February 15, 1944, the aircraft arrived in the bay of Ayan, 800km south 
					of Magadan. At night, the ice began to move, which the wind carried to the open sea with the 
					aircraft; the pilots managed to take-off early the next morning. Arrived March 20, 1944 at 
					the Central Aerodrome in Moscow. Used for test and evaluation at Central Aerohydrodynamic 
					Institute [TsAGI] and M. M. Gromov Flight Research Institute [LII]
				75204 (MSN 3555) HQ Squadron, 8th Fighter Command, 8th AF, Bovingdon, Station 112; Accident 9Feb44 
					landing at Westwick Hall Farm, Gorhambury, St Albans, Hertfordshire; 82nd FS [MX-B; MX-F], 
					78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Cambridgeshire, Station 357; Accident 19Oct44 landing at Duxford. 
					The aircraft stalled on approach, bounced on landing back up about 20 ft, stalled again 
					with the left wing dropping to hit the ground, then cartwheeled, collapsing the right landing 
					gear and ground looping the aircraft. The fuselage was cracked in two, both wings were 
					badly damaged and the right landing gear sheared off as well as damage to the propeller 
					and shock loading to the engine. Pilot survived. 4th Strategic Air Depot, 8th AF, Hitcham, 
					Station 470; Salvaged
				75205 (MSN 3556) 386th FS [D5-Z], 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Crashed 2Mar44 after 
					engine failure near Lécluse, 18km N of Cambrai, France. Unable to release the external fuel 
					tank, when diving on an enemy fighter it tore off. There was a puff of smoke and then the 
					engine started to lose power, stopping completely at 13,000ft. The pilot glided down to below 
					the clouds at 4,000ft, turned over and bailed out. Pilot bailed out behind enemy lines but 
					evaded capture, escaping to Spain 19Mar44 and returned to Beaulieu 14Apr44.  MACR 2718.
				75206 (MSN 3557) 63rd FS [UN-P; UN-G], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Li'l Goody"; Damaged 
					by small arms fire and crashed 1km SE of Wanel, 30km NW of Amiens, France August 7, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and taken POW.   MACR 7449
				75207 (MSN 3558) 62nd FS [LM-C], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Rozzie Geth" ("Boche Buster" + 
					nude on nose); [LM-I], "Eradicator"; Salvaged due to battle damage 14th November 1944.
				75208 (MSN 3559) 311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Maghaberry, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 239; Crash landed 16Dec43 at Woodford Airport, Cheshire; 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, 
					Cardonville [A-3], France; Crash landed 1Aug44 near Saint-Germain-le-Gaillard, France.  Pilot survived, 
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75209 (MSN 3560)	
				75210 (MSN 3561) 369th FS [IV-I], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Dotty"; 509th FS [G9-F], 
					405th FG, 9th AF; Force landed 9Aug44 near Bauné, France
				75211 (MSN 3562) 374th FS [B7-S], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Daisy Mae"; 514th FS [O7-J], 
					406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Crashed 14Jul44 on take-off at Saint Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75212 (MSN 3563) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Shot down by flak during a ground 
					attack 8km SE of Saint-Lô, France July 23, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 7477.
				75213 (MSN 3564) 62nd FS [LM-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged 19Mar44 taxying at 
					Gosfield, Station 154; Shot down by flak while strafing an airfield at Écrosnes, 3.5km NE of 
					Gallardon, 20km NE of Chartres, France March 27, 1944. The aircraft was badly hit as he strafed 
					and it started burning; the engine seized and the aircraft crash landed north of the airfield. 
					Pilot survived and evaded capture.  MACR 3441.
				75214 (MSN 3565) 361st FS [QI-L], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Polly"; 375th FS [E2-H], 
					361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; [E2-W bar], "Shiverless"
42-75215/75614		Republic P-47D-11-RE Thunderbolt		
				75215 (MSN 3566) 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF; Crashed 28May44 on take-off and destroyed at Kingsnorth.  Pilot survived
				75216 (MSN 3567) 61st FS [HV-B bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Charming Ellen"; 
					Crashed after engine failure near Lippelo, Belgium November 30, 1943 [the aircraft's first operational 
					mission]; Pilot bailed out and taken POW, later escaped. The fighter was on a mission escorting B-17’s 
					and B-24’s to Sölingen, but the engine developed a vapour lock. The fighter turned for home. 
					Over Belgium, the problem was solved and the pilot decided to attack some ground targets. 
					Near Puurs he dived to the ground and strafed a train. However, he was flying so low he hit a 
					telegraph pole which bent the propeller blades. The pilot pulled back on the control stick and 
					was able to climb high enough to bail out, whilst his fighter plane plunged into a meadow at 
					Mariekerke. The pilot was able to escape the German occupying forces and with the help of 
					local Belgians, he arrived in Brussels, where he was sheltered by the underground organisation EVA. 
					Unfortunately, in July 1944 he was arrested in the capital and jailed. When the liberation of 
					Brussels took place, Bill and many other Allied airmen were locked in a train, from which they 
					finally managed to escape. The wreckage was recovered by the BAHA archeaology team July 21, 2001 
					and the engine is on display at the Brussels Air Museum. One of the men watching the recovery 
					was the pilot; he returned home with the items he touched the last before baling out, parts 
					of his control stick and his seat belt.  MACR 1542.
				75217 (MSN 3568) 63rd FS [UN-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; [UN-K], Artwork of panda firing 
					revolver within blue disc. Name "George" under in Yellow.
				75218 (MSN 3569) 61st FS [HV-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "El Toro"; [HV-K bar]; Accident 
					5Mar44 landing at Halesworth; Declared war weary; Mid air collision 2May44 with P-47D 42-74728 over 
					Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.  Able to land, aircraft damaged but repaired.
				75219 (MSN 3570) 375th FS [E2-G], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged 29Jan44 taxying at 
					Bottisham; 468th Service Squadron, 50th Service Group, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Accident 13Feb44 
					landing at Bottisham; 375th FS [E2-G], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Shot down by flak 
					while strafing Mondésir airfield at Étampes, France, lost oil and engine power, caught fire and crash 
					landed 1km S of Arrancourt, 8km SE of Mondésir airfield April 27, 1944. The pilot bailed out at 1,000ft 
					and evaded capture, escaping through Spain and returned to England June 30, 1944.  MACR 4409.
				75220 (MSN 3571) 83rd FS [HL-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 350th FS [LH-P], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					Raydon, Station 157; "Maid Marion"; Accident 3Sep44 landing at Raydon; 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, 
					Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; Damaged 29Jan45 when nosed over landing at Saint-Dizier; Ophoven [Y-32], 
					Belgium; Crash landed 21Feb45 at Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Straubing [R-68], Germany; Accident 4Jun45 
					landing at Neubiberg [R-85], Germany
				75221 (MSN 3572) 375th FS [E2-W], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Contrary Mary"; 378th FS, 
					362nd FG, 9th AF, Rennes [A-27], France; Accident 12Sep44 landing at Rennes; 96th Depot Repair 
					Squadron, 16th Air Depot Group, 9th AF, Reims/Champagne [A-62], France; Crashed 30May45 in bad 
					weather near Lüdinghausen, Germany
				75222 (MSN 3573) 83rd FS [HL-P], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, 
					Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Uffz Wilhelm Krauter of JG 1/7 
					and exploded at Amilly, 6km W of Chartres, France August 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8041
				75223 (MSN 3574) 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Shot down by flak attacking trucks, 
					crashed on fire and exploded at Le Coudray, 4 miles S of Chartres, France June 26, 1944; Pilot bailed 
					out and captured but later died in captivity at Chartres.  MACR 6109.
				75224 (MSN 3575) 61st FS [HV-O bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Pengie II"; 552nd Fighter 
					Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342 
				75225 (MSN 3576) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Crashed 25Jun44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Headcorn.  Pilot survived.
				75226 (MSN 3577) 351st FS [YJ-X], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Little Demon II"; Shot down by 
					flak 22Feb44 during an attack on an airfield NE of Bonn, Germany; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 2670.
				75227 (MSN 3578) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crashed and exploded after being hit by its 
					own bomb blast while attacking a railway bridge 500m N of Briouze, France June 13, 1944; Pilot MIA. MACR 6196.
				75228 (MSN 3579) 359th FS [OC-K], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Detachment B, [5F-G], 
					65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Harriet"; Accident 4Nov44 landing at Boxted; 
					Declared war weary; 375th FS [E2-L], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374 
				75229 (MSN 3580)	
				75230 (MSN 3581) 361st FS [QI-X], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed in Thames Estuary, 
					3 miles E of RAF Manston, Isle of Thanet, Kent after possibly being hit by friendly flak August 31, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 7777.
				75231 (MSN 3582) 61st FS [HV-R bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 62nd FS [LM-S], "Whack"; 
					1st Gunnery & Tow Target Squadron, 9th AF; Damaged 26Jan45 in collision with parked Stinson L-1C 
					Vigilant while taxying at Villacoublay [A-42], France
				75232 (MSN 3583) 63rd FS [UN-Z; UN-Z bar; UN-D], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Pam" [named for 
					the pilot's daughter]; Boxted, Station 150; Accident 1May44 landing at Boxted; 62nd FS [LM-P]; 
					Accident 10May44 landing at Boxted; [LM-D], "Power's Girl" [named after the pilot, Joseph H. 
					Powers Jr.]; Declared war weary; Used by the 56th FG Operational Training Unit for training; 
					Mid air collision 21Jan45 with P-47D 42-22781 and crashed near Chelmsford; Pilot killed, aircraft was
					destroyed.
				75233 (MSN 3584)	
				75234 (MSN 3585) 63rd FS [UN-R; UN-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; In an attempt to land 
					near the town of Condé-sur-Seulles 27Mar44 to rescue the pilot of P-47D 42-76249, a wing was 
					damaged when it hit a tree on approach. The landing was abandoned and the downed pilot was 
					seen to have been rescued by French civilians. Heading home at low altitude, the aircraft 
					encountered small arms fire and later the pilot was forced to ditch the aircraft in the 
					English Channel. Pilot MIA. MACR 3442.
				75235 (MSN 3586) 376th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, Station 374; Accident 31Dec43 taxying at Bottisham
				75236 (MSN 3587) HQ Squadron, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Hampshire, Station 408; Crashed 9Mar44 from a terminal dive at 
					high speed at Broomfield Farm near Beaulieu. The pilot was killed.
				75237 (MSN 3588) 62nd FS [LM-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Whack !"; Damaged 8Jan44 
					taxying at Wattisham; 61st FS [HV-S bar], Shot down by flak SE of Hardert, Germany September 5, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW. MACR 8560.
				75238 (MSN 3589) 494th FS [6M-Z], 48th FG, 9th AF; "Evelyn" / "Bibsy"
				75239 (MSN 3590) 10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Carentan [A-10], France; Accident 2Jul44 landing at Carentan.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75240 (MSN 3591) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Crashed 12May44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Headcorn. Pilot survived.
				75241 (MSN 3592) 62nd FS [LM-A; LM-I], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365
				75242 (MSN 3593) 62nd FS [LM-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Artwork - Donald Duck with 
					sore rear end; Accident 7Mar44 landing at Halesworth.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75243 (MSN 3594) 82nd FS [MX-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by flak and crashed 
					at Babenhausen airfield, Germany September 10, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8561
				75244 (MSN 3595) 61st FS [HV-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 397th FS [D3-M], 368th FG, 
					9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fhj. FW. Karl Rehak of JG 27/10 
					near Lisieux, France June 14, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6053.
				75245 (MSN 3596) 375th FS [E2-T], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, 
					Laon/Couvron [A-70], France; Crashed 8Oct44 on take-off and destroyed at Laon-Couvron.  Pilot survived.
				75246 (MSN 3597) 62nd FS [LM-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, 
					Headcorn, Station 412; Accident 1May44 landing at Headcorn; Accident 10May44 landing and destroyed 
					at RAF Woodchurch, Kent, Station 419
				75247 (MSN 3598) 352nd FS [SX-L], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Mar44; "Pa Ma Rod" [named after 
					the pilot's father, mother and youngest brother Rodney]; “Miss Texas” [named by a member of the 
					ground crew who came from the State]; [SX-L bar], Raydon, Station 157; 27May44; [SX-L], 16Aug44; "Anne"; 
					Declared war weary; 61st FS [HV-L bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crashed 18Dec44 
					on take-off at Boxted; Pilot survived, but aircraft washed out and was salvaged 19Dec44
				75248 (MSN 3599) 22nd FS [3T-O], 36th FG, 9th AF; Damaged by flak at Cologne, Germany and headed home 
					but engine failed and crashed at Eschweiler über Feld, E of Düren, Germany February 10, 1945; 
					Pilot bailed out and killed.  MACR 12300.
				75249 (MSN 3600) 375th FS [E2-J], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Crashed after hitting an 
					obstruction while strafing a railway locomotive at Lohne, SW of Lingen, Germany May 8, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and was killed.  MACR 4538.
				75250 (MSN 3601) 334th FS [QP-P], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 328th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, 
					Station 141; On climb out for an operational mission the engine exploded, the pilot bailed out  
					and the aircraft crashed near Thurlton, Norfolk.
				75251 (MSN 3602)	
				75252 (MSN 3603) 334th FS [QP-W], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 405th FS [8N-F], 371st FG, 9th AF, 
					Bisterne, Hampshire, Station 415; Crash landed 12Apr44 and destroyed at Bisterne; Pilot killed
				75253 (MSN 3604) 370th FS [CS-S], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 361st FS [QI-J], 356th FG, 
					8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Fat Ass Bird" / "Bonky"; 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Kingsnorth, Station 418; Crashed and exploded between Lederzeele and Buysscheure, 10km NE of 
					Saint-Omer, France May 27, 1944. The aircraft was flying in formation at about 10,000 feet. 
					The pilot made gentle diving turns from his formation and kept losing altitude. Suddenly the 
					aircraft broke into a tight spiral just before it hit the ground. It exploded instantly. 
					The pilot made no radio call and showed no sign of conciousness. There was plenty of time to bail 
					out but the pilot was not seen to make any attempt to do so. The pilot is MIA.  MACR 9835.
				75254 (MSN 3605) 334th FS [QP-S], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; On a mission to Emden, Germany 
					February 3, 1944, the aircraft became separated from the flight leader in poor weather “on account 
					of clouds and icing conditions” and probably crashed in the North Sea. Pilot MIA.  MACR 2143.
				75255 (MSN 3606) 361st FS [QI-N], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 
					flown by Ofw. Alfred Heckmann of JG-26/3 over Almelo and crashed at Denekamp, Netherlands March 6, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and taken prisoner.  MACR 3058.
				75256 (MSN 3607) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crashed in bad weather 1km N of 
					Vignory, France May 21, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 4968.
				75257 (MSN 3608) 379th FS [B8-R], 362nd FG, 9th AF; Force landed 11Feb44 near Wormingford, Station 159
				75258 (MSN 3609) 365th FG, 9th AF 
				75259 (MSN 3610) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF 
				75260 (MSN 3611) 376th FS [E9-A], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374
				75261 (MSN 3612) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 near 
					Breteuil, France July 14, 1944; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  MACR 6887
				75262 (MSN 3613) 61st FS [HV-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Big Dick" [named for the 
					pilot, Dick W. Thompson]
				75263 (MSN 3614) 370th FS [CR-F; CS-F], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; Shot down by 
					Bf 109G-6 near Hamm, Germany flown by pilot of JG 1 April 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 4137
				75264 (MSN 3615)	
				75265 (MSN 3616) 406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF; Accident 2Jul44 landing at RAF Christchurch, Dorsetshire.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75266 (MSN 3617) 63rd FS [UN-F bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
				75267 (MSN 3618) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Accident 1May44 landing at Headcorn; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8, exploded and crashed seven miles W of Ecouché, France June 7, 1944; 
					Pilot wounded and died the next day in a German field hospital.  MACR 5873.
				75268 (MSN 3619)	
				75269 (MSN 3620) 61st FS [HV-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, RAF Ashford, 
					Kent, Station 417; Damaged 14Jun44 taxying at Ashford.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
					if repaired.
				75270 (MSN 3621) 369th FS [IV-R], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; "Sally"
				75271 (MSN 3622)	
				75272 (MSN 3623) 61st FS [HV-U], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Ole' Cock II"
				75273 (MSN 3624) 368th FS [CV-U; CV-E], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 360th FS [PI-P], 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Hard Luck"; Damaged on a mission to Engsbergen, 
					Belgium and crashed after engine failure 10 miles W of Hertogenbosch, Netherlands June 14, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5752.
				75274 (MSN 3625) 336th FS [VF-I], 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 492nd FS [F4-K], 48th FG, 9th AF, 
					Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Accident 26Aug44 landing at Deux-Jumeaux
				75275 (MSN 3626) 354th FS [WR-C], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Helen"; Damaged 8Mar44 by 
					flak, pilot wounded; "Man o' War"
				75276 (MSN 3627) 62nd FS [LM-M bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Nigger Haid" - Cartoon of 
					Native with bone through nose; Declared war weary Aug44; 63rd FS [UN-Q], Boxted, Station 150; "Category E"; 
					Modified as a two-seat hack nick-named the 'Doublebolt'; First flight after modification 10Sep44; 
					Used for new recruit combat training; Returned to combat Mar45 to test on-board AN/APN-19 'Rosebud' 
					airborne search radar equipment {4 missions, not successful}. Radar Beacon AN/APN-19, (Rosebud) 
					is an airborne range coded beacon which is installed in fighters to enable ground radars to identify 
					and vector these airplanes at ranges greater than the ground radars normally can function with 
					airplanes not so equipped.
				75277 (MSN 3628) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Crashed 4Aug44 after engine 
					failure on take-off at Deux-Jumeaux
				75278 (MSN 3629) 63rd FS [UN-B bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Anamosa"; Damaged 1Jan44 
					taxying at RAF Harrowbeer, Yelverton, Devon; Mid air collision 17May44 with Martin B-26B Marauder 
					42-96073 and crashed at Debach, Station 152, Woodbridge, Suffolk; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75279 (MSN 3630) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Damaged 20Apr44 taxying at Ibsley
				75280 (MSN 3631) HQ Squadron, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Accident 23Apr44 landing at 
					Bottisham; 508th FS [7J-K], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Assigned 17Jun44; 
					Juvincourt [A-68], France; Damaged 16Sep44 in an accident with parked P-47D 42-75449 on the 
					ground at Juvincourt; 506th FS, Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; Accident 18Dec44 landing at Sint-Truiden.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75281 (MSN 3632) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Boxted, Essex, Station 150; Crash landed 5Sep44 after engine 
					failure 3 miles W of Boxted.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75282 (MSN 3633) 62nd FS [LM-J bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Essex, Station 150; "Eradicator"; Mid air 
					collision 22Jun44 with P-47D 42-26019 when this fighter cut across the other aircraft which 
					was on approach to land, had the tail badly smashed and crashed at at Severalls Lane, Boxted; Pilot killed,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				75283 (MSN 3634)	
				75284 (MSN 3635) 5th AF; Scrapped at Finschhafen and buried into a large pit near the airfield. During 2002, 
					this aircraft was reportedly dug up by an Australian group known as '75 Squadron' (no association 
					with the RAAF or 75 Squadron) while the group was recovering aircraft scrap from Finschhafen Airfield. 
					This aircraft was containered at Lae, and shipped as cargo to Australia. Unloaded at Melbourne, 
					this and other wreckage was transported by road on city streets during Melbourne morning rush hour 
					traffic and identified as P-38s and P-47s by many drivers. Containered with P-38J "Jandina III" 
					42-103988 and P-38F 42-12652 and three Thunderbolts: this aircraft plus P-47D 42-8074 and P-47D 
					42-22521. Shipped to Westpac Restorations in Rialto, California. During 2003-2004, this wreckage 
					was stored at their facility during 2003-2004. At the time, details on this aircraft were 
					unknown due to non-disclosure agreement with the owner/client Paul Allen / Flying Heritage Collection. 
					This recovery was cited as an illegal recovery in the PNG Government Public Accounts Committee 
					Report in 2006. Current whereabouts today are unknown, likely moved to Paul Allen / Flying Heritage 
					Collection in Arlington, WA.
				75285 (MSN 3636)	
				75286 (MSN 3637)	
				75287 (MSN 3638)	
				75288 (MSN 3639)	
				75289 (MSN 3640) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; "Cowtown Cyclone"; On April 11, 1944 this was one of 
					sixteen P-47s from the 311th FS that took off from Saidor Airfield on a mission to escort B-25 
					Mitchells over Wewak. Over the target, the American formation was intercepted by six Ki-61 Tonys 
					from the 68th Sentai and four Ki-43 Oscars of the 77th Sentai. The Japanese fighters claimed 
					twelve P-47s shot down, five P-47s probables and a B-25 uncertain (in reality, three P-47's did 
					not return from the mission). This aircraft was last seen with P-47 42-75289 flying south east 
					of Boram Airfield in the direction of Brandi Plantation near Wewak. At the time of last sighting, 
					neither P-47 appeared to be under attack by enemy aircraft nor anti-aircraft fire. This 
					aircraft failed to return from the mission and was reported as Missing In Action (MIA). Postwar, 
					US Army AGRS located the wreckage of this aircraft and recovered the remains of the pilot near Urimo Mission.
					MACR 5080
				75290 (MSN 3641)	
				75291 (MSN 3642) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; "Fascinatin' Phil";  On April 11, 1944 this was one of 
					sixteen P-47s from the 311th FS that took off from Saidor Airfield on a mission to escort B-25 
					Mitchells over Wewak. Over the target, the American formation was intercepted by six Ki-61 Tonys 
					from the 68th Sentai and four Ki-43 Oscars of the 77th Sentai. The Japanese fighters claimed 
					twelve P-47s shot down, five P-47s probables and a B-25 uncertain (in reality, three P-47's 
					did not return from the mission). This P-47 was last sighted south of Boram Airfield at 
					about 10,000'. When this P-47 Failed to return it was reported as Missing In Action (MIA). 
					Likely, this aircraft was shot down by Ki-61 Tonys from the 68th Sentai. In fact, this P-47 
					crashed into a slope to the east of Brandi inland from the north coast of New Guinea.  MACR 5082.
				75292 (MSN 3643) 6th Night FS, 15th FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 8Jan44 into the sea 
					near Kaneohe Bay, TH
				75293 (MSN 3644)	
				75294 (MSN 3645)	
				75295 (MSN 3646)	
				75296 (MSN 3647)	
				75297 (MSN 3648)	
				75298 (MSN 3649) 466th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 17Mar45 with a 
					US Navy SNJ near NAS Barbers Point.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75299 (MSN 3650)	
				75300 (MSN 3651)	
				75301 (MSN 3652)	
				75302 (MSN 3653) 73rd FS [29], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Dee-Icer"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, 
					Mariana Islands; 	[400]; 468th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; 
					Crash landed 2Jul45 at Kahuku Field.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75303 (MSN 3654)	
				75304 (MSN 3655) 333rd FS [98], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from 
					an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands
				75305 (MSN 3656)	
				75306 (MSN 3657)	
				75307	 (MSN 3658) 7th AF, Destroyed by fire 10Dec43
				75308 (MSN 3659)	
				75309 (MSN 3660)	
				75310 (MSN 3661) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 14Apr44 and 
					destroyed near Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed
				75311 (MSN 3662)	
				75312 (MSN 3663)	
				75313 (MSN 3664)	
				75314 (MSN 3665) 467th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; "Betty"; Ditched 29Jun45 
					after engine failure two miles NW of Kaena Point, O'ahu, TH; Pilot MIA.  MACR 14677.
				75315 (MSN 3666) 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157
				75316 (MSN 3667)	
				75317 (MSN 3668)	
				75318 (MSN 3669) 12th Ferrying Squadron, 2nd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command, New Castle 
					Field, Wilmington, DE; Accident 30Sep43 and destroyed by fire taxying at Palm Springs Field, CA
				75319 (MSN 3670) 73rd FS [31], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Empire Express"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75320 (MSN 3671) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Apple Jack"; Launched 
					from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					468th FS [40], 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; "Apple Jack"; Accident 21Aug45 
					landing at Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH
				75321 (MSN 3672)	
				75322 (MSN 3673)	
				75323 (MSN 3674)	
				75324 (MSN 3675)	
				75325 (MSN 3676) 386th FS [D5-X], 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; "Mississippi Rebel"
				75326 (MSN 3677)	
				75327 (MSN 3678) 78th FS [38], 15th FG, 7th AF, Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 6Dec45 on take-off 
					and destroyed at Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH
				75328 (MSN 3679)	
				75329 (MSN 3680) 7th AF; Crashed 7Feb44 near Kaena Point, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed
				75330 (MSN 3681)	
				75331 (MSN 3682) 7th AF; Crashed 8Jan44 into the sea near Kaneohe Bay, TH
				75332 (MSN 3683) 311th FS [V68], 58th FG, 5th AF
				75333 (MSN 3684) 376th FS [E9-K], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Vi" - artwork of diving 
					woman in bathing costume
				75334 (MSN 3685) 73rd FS [417], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an 
					escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75335 (MSN 3686)	
				75336 (MSN 3687)	
				75337 (MSN 3688)	
				75338 (MSN 3689) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort 
					carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Crash landed 15Mar45 
					at Kagman Field, Saipan.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75339 (MSN 3690) 7th AF; Mid air collision 4Mar44 with P-47D 42-23027 near Kaena Point, O'ahu and crash 
					landed at Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Pilot bailed out.
				75340 (MSN 3691) 466th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 15Mar45 and destroyed 
					near Hickam Field, TH; Pilot killed
				75341 (MSN 3692) 73rd FS [6], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an 
					escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75342 (MSN 3693)	
				75343 (MSN 3694)	
				75344 (MSN 3695)	
				75345 (MSN 3696) 61st FS [HV-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; 512th FS [L3-G], 406th FG, 
					9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Artwork of a standing puppy dog; On 22 June 1944, it was flown 
					on a low-level bombing and strafing mission on German units in the Cherbourg area, France. 
					The formation was attacked by German fighters and the pilot reported that he had been hit. 
					His P-47 was last seen flying above the southern edge of Cherbourg, heading for England with 
					the engine smoking badly. No trace was ever found of him nor of his plane and they were 
					lost in the English Channel. Pilot MIA.  MACR 6208.
				75346 (MSN 3697) 47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF, Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 10Jun44 and destroyed 
					25 miles NW of Kahuku, TH; Pilot killed
				75347 (MSN 3698) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; During combat with Fw 190s the 
					engine lost oil pressure and the aircraft crashed at Grandcamp-Maisy, France June 15, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and returned to his unit.  MACR 6522. MACR has serial number as 42-7546 which was a B-24H
				75348 (MSN 3699) 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Accident 15Apr44 landing on fire at Mokuleia Field
				75349 (MSN 3700)	
				75350 (MSN 3701) 567th FS [28], 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 4May45 
					with P-47D 42-23036 ten miles NW of Mokuleia Field; Crashed 20Jul45 taking off and destroyed at Mokuleia Field.
					Pilot survived.
				75351 (MSN 3702) 73rd FS [409], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an 
					escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Combat damaged 
					26Jun44 by Japanese soldiers who infiltrated the airfield; Salvaged at Saipan 1945
				75352 (MSN 3703)	
				75353 (MSN 3704)	
				75354 (MSN 3705)	
				75355 (MSN 3706)	
				75356 (MSN 3707)	
				75357 (MSN 3708) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort 
					carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75358 (MSN 3709) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed between Kaneohe Bay and 
					Kualoa, O’ahu, Hawaii April 1, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 3744.
				75359 (MSN 3710) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Crash landed 7Jun44 after engine failure at Ibsley
				75360 (MSN 3711) HQ Squadron [23], 15th FG, 7th AF, Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH 
				75361 (MSN 3712)	
				75362 (MSN 3713) 47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF, Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH; "Catfish"; Crash landed 20Dec45 at Bellows Field
				75363 (MSN 3714) 62nd FS [LM-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365
				75364 (MSN 3715)	
				75365 (MSN 3716)	
				75366 (MSN 3717) 466th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 14Mar45 taxying at Mokuleia Field.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75367 (MSN 3718) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 7May44 off Kaneohe Bay, TH; Pilot killed
				75368 (MSN 3719)	
				75369 (MSN 3720)	
				75370 (MSN 3721) 7th AF; Crash landed 17Sep44 after engine failure and destroyed at Kahuku Field; Pilot killed
				75371 (MSN 3722) 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 24Feb44 with P-47D 42-75383 at Hickam Field
				75372 (MSN 3723) 73rd FS [413], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Lois"; Launched from an 
					escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75373 (MSN 3724)	
				75374 (MSN 3725)	
				75375 (MSN 3726)	
				75376 (MSN 3727)	
				75377 (MSN 3728)	
				75378 (MSN 3729) 468th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 25Mar45 12 miles NW 
					of Mokuleia Field.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75379 (MSN 3730) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Hed up 'n Locked"; Launched 
					from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; 
					Destroyed 26Jun44 by Japanese soldiers who infiltrated the airfield, punctured the fuel tank by 
					bayonet and set the aircraft on fire.
				75380 (MSN 3731) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort 
					carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75381 (MSN 3732) 73rd FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Wheeler Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 15Apr44 and destroyed 
					near Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed
				75382 (MSN 3733) 61st FS [HV-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Ole Cock II"
				75383 (MSN 3734) 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Mid air collision 24Feb44 with P-47D 42-75371 at Hickam Field
				75384 (MSN 3735)	
				75385 (MSN 3736)	
				75386 (MSN 3737) 466th FS, 508th FG, 7th AF, Mokuleia Field, O'ahu, TH; Damaged 19Jun45 in 'friendly fire' 
					incident with P-47D 43-25443, 4 miles NE of Mokuleia.  Able to land. Pilot survived, aircraft repaired.
				75387 (MSN 3738) 47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF, Bellows Field, O'ahu, TH; Crashed 26Apr44 into the Pacific 
					and destroyed 4 miles W of Kaena Point, O'ahu, TH; Pilot killed.  MACR 16421.
				75388	(MSN 3739)	62nd FS [LM-H; LM-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by Fw 190A-7 
					flown by Oblt Hans-Heinrich Koeniig of JG 11/3 NE of Stade at Elmshorn, Germany April 15, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 3904
				75389 (MSN 3740) 359th FS [OC-R], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Mid air collision 
					26Apr44 with P-47D 42-75159 over Golf Course, Woodbridge; HQ Squadron [OC-R].  Able to land.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75390 (MSN 3741) 23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Kingsnorth, Station 418; Crash landed 21Apr44 and destroyed by 
					fire at Kingsnorth.
				75391 (MSN 3742) 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Shot down by flak, crashed and exploded 
					near Villers-Bocage, 30km SW of Caen, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5694.
				75392 (MSN 3743) 336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; "Spunky"; 
					Crash landed after hitting trees strafing armored vehicles at Benonchamps, east of Bastogne, Belgium 
					December 30, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 11547.
				75393 (MSN 3744) 61st FS [HV-S bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Declared war weary; [393], 
					467th Bomb Group, 8th AF; Rackheath, Station 145; "Little Pete 2"
				75394 (MSN 3745) 63rd FS [UN-R bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365
				75395 (MSN 3746) 63rd FS [UN-A bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Gio-Gi"; Damaged 29Apr44 
					on take-off at Boxted; 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired. 
				75396 (MSN 3747) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Illesheim [R-10], Germany; Crashed 10May45 landing at Illesheim.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75397 (MSN 3748) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by Bf 109G-6/AS at 
					Haselüenne, west of Cloppenburg, Germany March 6, 1944; May correspond with claim by Oberst 
					Walter Oesau of JG-1/Stab; Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				75398 (MSN 3749)	
				75399 (MSN 3750) 486th FS [PZ-P], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Izzy"; Crash landed 1Mar44 
					and destroyed one mile S of Bodney.  Pilot survived.
				75400	 (MSN 3751)	
				75401 (MSN 3752) 374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Shot down by flak from E-boat 
					in North Sea off Ijmuiden, Netherlands February 24, 1944; Pilot bailed out but killed.  MACR 2681.
				75402 (MSN 3753) 83rd FS [HL-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				75403 (MSN 3754) 83rd FS [HL-A or O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Mid air collision 5Jun44 
					with P-47D 43-25550 and crashed 5 miles W of Cambridge; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was
					destroyed.
				75404 (MSN 3755) 375th FS [E2-A], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Dr. I. P. Daily"; 378th FS, 
					362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Beuzeville [A-6], France; Believed to have been shot 
					down by small arms fire setting off a fragmentation bomb on a wing rack causing a fire. The 
					pilot tried to return to allied lines but a fire in the cockpit forced the pilot to bail out.
					The aircraft crashed on fire and exploded SW of Marchésieux, NW of Saint-Lô, France June 16, 1944. 
					The pilot bailed out at 2,000ft and evaded capture, returning to England June 20, 1944. [the pilot 
					was killed in the crash of P-47D 42-26548 June 30, 1944].
				75405 (MSN 3756) 487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Crashed into North Sea 15 miles off 
						coast of England after ran out of fuel February 3, 1944; Pilot MIA.
				75406 (MSN 3757) 82nd FS [MX-Z], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Iron Ass"
				75407 (MSN 3758) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; Crash landed 28Jan44 and 
					destroyed at Downham Market, Norfolk.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75408 (MSN 3759)	
				75409 (MSN 3760) 370th FS [CR-X; CS-X], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 509th FS, 405th FG, 
					9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Betty"; Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; Damaged 29Sep44 taxying at Saint-Dizier.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75410 (MSN 3761) 61st FS [HV-M bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Ole' Cock"; Crashed 
					8Mar44 with fuel exhaustion; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed
				75411 (MSN 3762) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crashed after the engine failed and 
					destroyed by fire near a wood towards the Champs Blancs, one km east of Septeuil, France June 14, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out at 2500ft and evaded capture until liberated by American troops August 20, 1944.  MACR 6219.
				75412 (MSN 3763) 63rd FS [UN-S bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Sunshine"; 390th FS, 
					366th FG, 9th AF, Saint Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Shot down by flak at Tresson, 30km ESE of 
					Le Mans, France July 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute hit the vertical 
					stabilizer and never fully opened.  MACR 7049
				75413 (MSN 3764) 370th FS [CR-U; CS-U], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 511th FS, 405th FG, 
					9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; Crashed in flames when struck trees 
					while strafing targets 3km E of Vire, France July 30, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7937
				75414 (MSN 3765) 61st FS [HV-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Combat damaged 11Nov43; 
					Force landed 26Jan44 afer engine failure at Waldringfield, Suffolk.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly 
					damaged, unknown if repaired
				75415	(MSN 3766)	375th FS [E2-U], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Accident 23Jan44 landing at 
					Bottisham; 4th Strategic Air Depot, 8th AF, RAF Hitcham, Suffolk, Station 470; Accident 24Jun44 landing at 
					Hitcham.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.						.
				75416 (MSN 3767) 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak and crashed 1km E of Gladbach, Germany 
					October 21, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded and became POW.  MACR 9785.
				75417 (MSN 3768) 374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Hit 29Jan44 by flak over Dunkerque 
					which damaged the radio, engine and right wing. Crash landed after fuel failure in a plowed field 
					NNE of Amiens, France; Pilot evaded capture and escaped via Spain, returning to England May 1944.
					MACR 2134.
				75418 (MSN 3769) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged 27Apr44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-76455 taxying at Beaulieu.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75419 (MSN 3770) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Accident 31Mar44 landing at Thruxton; 
					361st FS [QI-H], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Bad Penny"; 36th FG, 9th AF; 
					365th FG, 9th AF 
				75420 (MSN 3771) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Crashed 12Sep44 with mechanical 
					failure and destroyed at Étampes [A-52], France.  Pilot survived.
				75421 (MSN 3772) 365th FG, 9th AF 
				75422 (MSN 3773) 411th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, RAF Woodchurch, Kent, Station 419; Force landed 9May44 with fuel 
					exhaustion at Woodchurch.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75423 (MSN 3774)	
				75424 (MSN 3775) 375th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Shot down 8Apr44 in aerial combat 
					with a Bf 109 near Georgsdorf, Germany; Pilot killed.  MACR 3630.
				75425 (MSN 3776) 358th FS [YF-U], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Miss Pam"; Shot down 
					by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by UFfz Joachim Foth of JG 3/3 near Reims, France December 30, 1943; Pilot killed
				75426 (MSN 3777) 361st FS [QI-V], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Swamp Angel"; [QI-Z]; 
					379th FS [B8-B], 362nd FG, 9th AF; "Archie & Mehatibel" / "Damon's Demon"
				75427 (MSN 3778) 10th FS [T5-B], 50th FG, 9th AF, Carentan [A-10], France; "Gallopin' Gertie"; 
					Crashed at Cerisy-la-Salle, 12km SE of Coutances, France July 29, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7400 and 15256.
				75428	(MSN 3779)	358th FS [YF-L], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Crashed 11Jan44 with 
					mechanical failure near St Neots-Cambridge; Pilot bailed out
				75429 (MSN 3780) 84th FS [WZ-B; WZ-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Eileen" [named for the 
					pilot's girlfriend] - artwork of a wasp with a prominent stinger; 62nd FS [LM-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					Halesworth, Station 365; RAF Boxted, Essex, Station 150; Crash landed 8Nov44 after engine failure at Boxted.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75430 (MSN 3781) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, RAF Wormingford, Essex, Station 159; Damaged 9Jan44 taxying at 
					Wormingford; 508th FS [7J-T], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Stuttgart [R-50], Germany; 
					Crashed 7Jul45 on take-off at Stuttgart; Pilot killed
				75431 (MSN 3782)	
				75432 (MSN 3783) 61st FS [HV-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Sugah"; 387th FS [B4-E], 365th FG, 9th AF
				75433 (MSN 3784)	
				75434 (MSN 3785) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged 1Jan44 on take-off at Halesworth; 
					829th Air Engineering Squadron, 403rd Service Group, 8th AF, RAF Wendling, Norfolk, Station 118; Accident 28Apr45 
					landing at Wendling.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75435 (MSN 3786) 61st FS [HV-C bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Hollywood Hi Hatter"; 
					512th FS [L3-Z], 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; "Itsie Bitsie"; Damaged by flak 10 miles 
					NE of Bastogne and crashed at Habay, 5 miles SSE of Neufchâteau, Belgium January 2, 1945; Pilot killed.
				75436 (MSN 3787) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Laon/Couvron [A-70], France; Damaged 14Sep44 taxying at Laon-Couvron.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75437 (MSN 3788) 84th FS [WZ-S], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, 
					Station 417; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Jaj Erich Hohagen of JG 2/1 Stab 2km N of Bray-et-Lû, 
					10km WSW of Magny-en-Vexin, France May 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4962.
				75438 (MSN 3789) 361st FS [QI-K], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Katie"; 375th FS [E2-P], 
					361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374 
				75439 (MSN 3790) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; 
				75440	 (MSN 3791) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Accident 20Feb44 landing at Gosfield; 
					379th FS [B8-K], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Rennes [A-27], France; Damaged 11Aug44 at taxying Rennes; 
					Prosnes [A-79], France; Damaged 12Oct44 on take-off at Prosnes.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired
				75441 (MSN 3792) 374th FS [B7-G], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; [B7-B], "Fascinating Fanny"; 
					Combat damaged 30Jan44; 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Struck trees during 
					strafing and crashed near Alençon, France June 13, 1944; The pilot destroyed the aircraft with 
					an incendiary grenade and was taken POW.  MAC 6104.
				75442 (MSN 3793) 378th FS [G8-N], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown 
					by Oblt Ernst-Heinz Lohr of JG 3/1 near Vaassen, N of Apeldoorn, Netherlands February 10, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 2231.
				75443 (MSN 3794) 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; 
				75444 (MSN 3795) 62nd FS [LM-Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "The Magnet" / "Lady Beth"; 
					In combat with a Fw 190A-8 flown by Obfhr Anton-Rudolf Piffer of JG 1/1, which was damaged in the combat, 
					the P-47 was shot down when the Fw 190 out turned it.  The P-47 crashed at Brokenlande, Großenaspe, SW 
					of Neumünster, Germany May 13, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 4690.
				75445 (MSN 3796) 352nd FS [SX-V], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Damaged 6Jul45 taxying at Raydon
				75446 (MSN 3797) 61st FS [HV-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by ground fire 
					during strafing at Egmond aan den Hoef, Netherlands March 22, 1944; Pilot POW.  MACR 3390
				75447 (MSN 3798) 375th FS [E2-Q], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged 6Mar44 on take-off 
					at Bottisham; Shot down by flak and crashed on fire 1km NW of Boutervilliers, 10km NW of Étampes, 
					France April 27, 1944; Pilot tried to bail out but crashed with the aircraft and was killed.  MACR 4410.
				75448 (MSN 3799)	
				75449 (MSN 3800) 376th FS [E9-O], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Shopworn Angel"; 
					Damaged 27Mar44 when the right landing gear collapsed landing at Bottisham; 508th FS [7J-T], 
					404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Assigned 17Jun44; Juvincourt [A-68], France; 
					Damaged 16Sep44 while parked in an accident with P-47D 42-75280 on the ground at Juvincourt; 
					Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; Crash landed 10Dec44 with mechanical failure at Sint-Truiden; [OO-T].
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75450 (MSN 3801) 487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Crash landed 3Feb44 with fuel 
					exhaustion at Calthorpe, Norfolk.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75451 (MSN 3802) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak at Hellenthal, 5 miles NE of Blakenheim, 
					Germany September 27, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 9186.
				75452 (MSN 3803) 374th FS [B7-R], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Tika"
				75453 (MSN 3804) 375th FS [E2-B], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 511th FS, 405th FG, 
					9th AF; Shot down by flak near Appelhülsen, Germany March 21, 1945; Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					MACR 13220.
				75454 (MSN 3805) 375th FS [E2-X], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 376th FS [E9-B], 361st FG, 
					8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; 
					Picauville [A-8], France; Damaged by flak, the pilot attempted a crash landing after the 
					engine failed, struck a cherry tree with his left wing, and then hit a steel pole with the 
					right wing before crashing into an embankment near La Haye-Pesnel, 15km SE of Granville, France 
					July 31, 1944. The pilot was killed; ejected from the cockpit his body was found by the 
					inhabitants of the village who buried him before the arrival of the Germans.  MACR 7924
				75455 (MSN 3806) 358th FS [YF-H], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; "Va Gaile"; 
					Damaged in combat west of Koblenz after shooting down two JG2 Bf 109s January 29, 1944; Pilot bailed 
					out west of Soissons and evaded capture.  MACR 2129.
				75456 (MSN 3807) 10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Lymington, Station 551; Damaged 20Apr44 on take-off at Lymington; 
					Toul/Ochey [A-96], France; Crashed 29Jan45 on take-off at Toul/Ochey.   Pilot survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				75457 (MSN 3808) 351st FS [YJ-A], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Shot down by flak on an escort 
					mission of bombers to NW Germany and crashed near Loddenheide, SE of Münster, Germany May 28, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5027..
				75458	 (MSN 3809) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Greenham Common, Station 486; 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield,
					Station 154; Crash landed 9Feb44 at RAF Gosfield, Essex; Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75459 (MSN 3810) 388th FS [C4-X], 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Shot down by flak near 
					Saint-Julien-de-la-Liègue, 6km SW of Gaillon, France May 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 5532.
				75460 (MSN 3811) 73rd FS [412], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Princess Pat"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75461 (MSN 3812) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 509th FS [G9-D], 405th FG, 9th AF, 
					Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; Crashed 17Jul44 at La Lande, near Etienville, 
					France. Damaged by flak, the wounded pilot tried to land at Picauville but lost consciousness, 
					hit a tree and the plane crashed on fire and exploded. The pilot was killed.  
				75462 (MSN 3813) 84th FS [WZ-K bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Lady Eve"; 404th FS, 371st FG, 
					9th AF; Shot down by flak during a raid on the Homburg railroad station by a heavy flak unit stationed 
					at Limbach, Germany. The aircraft crash landed at Kohlhof, Neunkirchen, west of Homburg, Germany 
					February 25, 1945. The pilot was able to contact his comrades by radio but then angry civilians 
					rushed to the site and smashed his radio to pieces. It was thanks to the commander of the flak battery 
					that they didn’t lynch him. He calmed the people down so they refrained from their intentions. 
					He did this although only shortly before the pilot had wounded one of his men’s arms during a 
					strafing run so seriously that the arm had to be amputated. The pilot was taken POW.  MACR 12729.
				75463 (MSN 3814) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Crash landed 9Jun44 after engine failure and 
					fire at Norfolk
				75464 (MSN 3815) 325th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Destroyed 31Mar44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-8207 landing at Norfolk, VA
				75465 (MSN 3816) 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Crashed 19Feb45 after engine failure 
					five miles NW of Goochland, VA; Pilot bailed out.
				75466 (MSN 3817) 533rd FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 5Apr44 when ground looped landing 
					at Blackstone Field, VA; 134th Base Unit, 1st AF, Oscoda Field, MI; Mid air collision 23Aug44 
					with a towed target on the Lake Huron aerial gunnery range, MI
				75467 (MSN 3818) Redesignated TP-47D; 123rd Base Unit, 1st AF, Seymour Johnson Field, Goldsboro, NC; 
					Mid air collision 1Sep45 with TP-47D 44-90468 one mile W of Richmond, VA
				75468 (MSN 3819)	
				75469 (MSN 3820) Redesignated TP-47D; 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 2Jan45 in 
					ground collision with TP-47D 42-22615 at Camp Springs
				75470 (MSN 3821) S-1 Squadron, 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Damaged 9Mar45 by a bird 
					strike 5 miles E of Dover Field
				75471 (MSN 3822) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 23Jun44 after engine failure 
					taking off at Millville
				75472 (MSN 3823)	
				75473 (MSN 3824) 131st Base Unit, 1st AF, Blackstone Field, VA.  Crashed 25Jun44 and destroyed landing 
					at Blackstone Field
				75474 (MSN 3825) 412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Crashed 5Dec43 after mid air collision 
					with P-47D 42-75474, 6 miles SW of Cape Charles Village, VA; Pilot killed
				75475 (MSN 3826) [J34], 125th Base Unit, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Force landed 10May44 with fuel 
					exhaustion at Dover Field
				75476 (MSN 3827) 132nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Suffolk County Field, Westhampton Beach, Long Island, NY; 
					Crashed 7Jul44 after losing control into the Atlantic Ocean south of Quogue, Southampton, 
					Long Island, NY; Pilot killed.
				75477 (MSN 3828) 540th FS, 402nd FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 18Jan44 in 
					collision with P-47D 42-75484 taxying at Bluethenthal Field; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT; Accident 18Jun44 after engine failure taking off at Bradley Field; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Force landed 12Feb45 after engine failure at Bradley Field
				75478 (MSN 3829) 376th FS [E9-Z], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 99th FS, 477th Composite Group, 
					1st AF, Godman Field, Fort Knox, KY; Crash landed 24Jul45 with mechanical failure at Godman Field.
				75479 (MSN 3830)	
				75480 (MSN 3831) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Damaged 18Dec43 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-8045 taxying at Richmond AAB; 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Force landed 
					30Nov44 after engine failure 4 miles E of Hopewell, VA; Damaged 17Mar45 taxying at Richmond AAB.
				75481 (MSN 3832) Redesignated TP-47D; [V8], 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Damaged 3Jan45 taxying at Bradley Field.
				75482 (MSN 3833) F Combat Crew Training Squadron [V37], 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, 
					Windsor Locks, CT; 1944; "Scrappy"
				75483 (MSN 3834) 324th FS, 327th FG, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Accident 27Jan44 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Richmond AAB; 120th Base Unit, 1st AF, Richmond AAB, VA; Mid air collision 29May45 
					with P-47D 44-90451 10 miles S of Scottsdale, VA
				75484 (MSN 3835) 539th FS, 326th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Damaged 18Jan44 in 
					collision with P-47D 42-75477 taxying at Bluethenthal Field; 413th FS, 414th FG, 1st AF, 
					Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crash landed 15Apr45 after engine failure and destroyed at Bluethenthal
				75485 (MSN 3836) 389th FS, 366th FG, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Mid air collision 14Oct43 
					with P-47D 42-74788 six miles west of Southport, NC; 
				75486 (MSN 3837) 124th Base Unit, 1st AF, Bluethenthal Field, Wilmington, NC; Crashed 28Aug44 after engine 
					failure taking off and destroyed 2 miles NE of Bluethenthal
				75487 (MSN 3838) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Accident 10Dec44 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Millville; Crashed 4Feb45 after engine failure west of Cape May, NJ; Pilot bailed out. 
					A flight of P-47s was returning from an aerial gunnery mission, which took them just north of 
					NAS Wildwood. They encountered some Navy F4U Corsairs and proceeded to dogfight with them. 
					This practice was routine, but strongly condemned by both the Army and Navy. The official records
					make no mention of the Navy planes, but witnesses on the ground observed the entire event. They 
					claim that the plane began to smoke during a high-speed maneuver with the Corsairs. Officially, 
					the pilot noticed smoke coming from the engine while over the coastline and headed for NAS Wildwood 
					to make an emergency landing. The pilot said in his statement “I headed for Wildwood Navy Field 
					and as I passed over the coast, I could see smoke coming from the engine. I checked all engine 
					instruments and as far as I could remember they were within green limits. About one mile from 
					Wildwood, some oil was thrown on the windscreen. At this time the smoke looked too bad for a forced 
					landing and my flight leader instructed me to bail out. I rolled the ship upside down in a stall 
					and dropped out. My right leg hit the tail and was cut slightly. Several seconds later the chute opened.”
				75488 (MSN 3839) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Force landed 3Jan45 with mechanical 
					failure at Millville, NJ. Accident during a ground gunnery mission and destroyed 7 miles SW of 
					Millville, NJ March 13, 1944. The pilot was flying number three position; the number four 
					man was late in taking off, so they proceeded to the ground strafing range as a three ship 
					flight and made a dry run on the target. Number four joined on before they made the next pass 
					and was behind number three. "As I turned on approach to the target, I decided I was too close 
					to the number two man to fire on the target, so I moved out to the left a little. I started on 
					a dry run, and immediately as I started to pull up from the target, the engine seemed to 
					lose all power. At about the same instant, the airplane seemed to be mushing in a very nose 
					high attitude and went into the trees, which must have knocked off the tail assembly, or at 
					least the elevators because there was no vertical control. The plane went up into the air
					momentarily and started down in a steep dive. When it finally stopped, I was still conscious 
					and was attempting to get out, as fire was all around the plane. I had to unfasten the safety belt 
					and unsnap my parachute and dingy strap, before I could get out. I managed to free myself 
					and proceeded to get away from the plane as fast as possible. My head was bleeding freely, 
					so I folded my handkerchief up into a pad and put it over the cuts on my head. Then I put my 
					helmet back on to put pressure on the wound. I proceeded to the strafing area which seemed to 
					be a block or more away. I attempted to signal the airplanes firing but failed to do so. 
					The three airplanes in my flight continued making passes until their ammunition was gone, 
					then another four ship flight came over and started making passes at the targets. I had been 
					circling my Mae West around over my head trying to attract attention, but with no results. 
					I knew they did not miss me yet because the other ships came in to fire. By this time I had 
					walked down to the road which runs across the range and I stayed there until the four ships left, 
					all this time I was circling my Mae West over my head. When the four ship left the range, 
					I decided that I should start walking, so I proceeded West up the road. I went about 
					three blocks when I noticed a single aircraft circling the range and thought that maybe 
					he could be looking for me so I walked back. About that time, I got to the clearing the plane 
					had left, so I started back up the road. All the time that the aircraft were firing on the range, 
					there was a cloud of thick black smoke coming up where I crashed and the planes had to fly 
					by it on their pattern. After I had walked up the road for some distance, I saw the red 
					flashing light of the crash truck coming down the road.”
				75489 (MSN 3840) [G 55]
				75490 (MSN 3841)	
				75491 (MSN 3842) 535th FS, 87th FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 6Mar44 taxying at Camp Springs AAB.
				75492 (MSN 3843)	
				75493 (MSN 3844) 448th FS, 83rd FG, 1st AF, Dover Field, DE; Accident 25Mar44 taxying at Dover Field
				75494 (MSN 3845) 122nd Base Unit, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Crashed 14Apr44 landing with mechanical 
					failure at Camp Springs; 
					Conflict: 
					375th FS [E2-C], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Lou" - artwork of crawling baby on nose. 
					[probably 42-76494]
				75495 (MSN 3846) 404th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Damaged 24Nov43 when nosed over taxying 
					at Millville; 134th Base Unit, 1st AF, Oscoda Field, MI; Crashed 29Dec44 three miles west of 
					Greenbush, MI; Pilot killed.
				75496 (MSN 3847) 406th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Accident 19Oct43 landing at Camp Springs AAB; 
					412th FS, 373rd FG, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Crash landed 23Jan44 after engine failure and 
					destroyed four miles south of Coast Guard Station 154, Cape Charles, VA
				75497 (MSN 3848)	
				75498 (MSN 3849) 537th Replacement Training Unit, 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Damaged 18Aug44 taxying at Millville
				75499 (MSN 3850)	
				75500 (MSN 3851) 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; Crashed on landing at Millville Field 
					after a tow target mission July 12, 1944. After three attempts to drop the target, the pilot was 
					approaching the field to land with it. He approached the runway at about 400 feet when witnesses 
					saw smoke and flame coming from the engine cowl and exhaust ports. The engine backfired several 
					times as the plane rolled to the left, over on its back, and inverted into the trees. It hit the 
					ground, exploded, and burned. The pilot was killed.
				75501 (MSN 3852) 405th FS, 371st FG, 1st AF, Camp Springs AAB, MD; Mid air collision 19Dec43 with a 
					towed target at Atlantic City aerial gunnery range, NJ; 135th Base Unit, 1st AF, Millville Field, NJ; 
					Ditched 17Sep44 after engine failure offshore NE of Wildwood, NJ
				75502 (MSN 3853) 130th Base Unit, 1st AF, Norfolk Field, VA; Damaged 21Apr44 taxying at Norfolk; 
					Accident 13Apr45 when ground looped landing at Norfolk.
				75503 (MSN 3854) 373rd FG, 9th AF; "Susie to Win III"; 96th Depot Repair Squadron, 16th Air Depot Group, 
					9th AF, Reims/Champagne [A-62], France; Crashed 20Oct44 landing and destroyed at Reims.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75504 (MSN 3855) 494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Crashed 18Jun44 on take-off and destroyed at Ibsley.
					Pilot survived.
				75505 (MSN 3856) 376th FS [E9-M], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Combat damaged February 22, 1944. 
					The P-47D looked decidedly battered after the Munster mission on this date. Following a scrap 
					with Fw 190s north of the Ruhr, 376th Squadron flights were reforming for return to base when the 
					fighter was attacked from astern by a single Fw 190. With fuel running very low, the aircraft 
					headed for the deck, but collided with trees and high tension wires. Remaining airborne, the 
					aircraft headed back to England. After landing at RAF Manston, Kent however, only ten gallons of 
					fuel were found in the tanks. 361st FS [QI-Y], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					Damaged 15Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-22533 taxying at Martlesham Heath; Shot down by flak on 
					cort mission of B-24 bombers to Brunswick, Germany May 19, 1944. The pilot bailed out wounded and 
					became POW. His aircraft was last sighted above the Steinhuder Meer, about 90km NW of Brunswick. 
					Heading back to base, his P-47 was hit by flak over Holland and crashed about 1km north of the 
					Luftwaffe airfield at Twente, close to the city of Deurningen, near the road from Hengelo to 
					Oldenzaal, Overijssel Province, The Netherlands. Wounded, the pilot was immediately captured and 
					taken to the Luftwaffe hospital in Apeldoorn. He left the hospital on June 14, 1944 to be sent to 
					Information Center West and was ultimately interned at Stalag Luft 3 in Sagan, Poland. MACR 4994.
				75506 (MSN 3857) 512th FS [L3-E], 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417 
				75507 (MSN 3858) 351st FS [YJ-R], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Dottie"; Accident 29Apr44 
					landing at Raydon; 361st FS [QI-V], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				75508 (MSN 3859) 61st FS [HV-B bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 
					"Pistol Packin Mama" (L)/ "The Cotton Chopper" (R). Damaged on landing, England
				75509 (MSN 3860) 61st FS [HV-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Ice Cold Kattie"; 368th FS [CV-E], 
					359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; 
					Shot down by flak during the strafing of a convoy N of Avranches, France June 29, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 7656.
				75510 (MSN 3861) 61st FS [HV-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 411th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, 
					Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by pilot of JG-26 150m east of the 
					crossroads at Verneuil, 500m SW of La Celle, La Celle-les-Bordes, France August 15, 1944; Pilot killed.
				75511 (MSN 3862)	
				75512 (MSN 3863) 374th FS [B7-W], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Sweet Thing II"; 
					391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 believed 
					by Erich Hohagen of JG 2/1 Stab near Lengronne, 4km NNW of Gavray, France June 22, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 6668
				75513 (MSN 3864) 487th FS [HO-K], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Sally"; Mid air collision 
					8Mar44 with P-47D 42-22492 near Hethel, Norfolk.  Able to land; 784th[P], 466th Bomb Group, 8th AF,  Attlebridge, 
					Station 120; "Sally"; Used for bomber formation observation; Crash landed 5Jun45 after engine 
					failure and destroyed one mile north of Attlebridge, Norfolk.
				75514 (MSN 3865) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Azeville [A-7], BasseNormandie, France; Crash landed 5Aug44 at Azeville; 
					10th Depot Repair Squadron, 10th Air Depot Group, 9th AF Service Command, Charleroi [A-87], Belgium; 
					Crashed 30May45 on take-off at Charleroi
				75515 (MSN 3866) 370th FS [CS-B], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 511th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, 
					Christchurch, Station 416; Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; Damaged 18Jan45 by bad weather on the ground 
					at Saint-Dizier.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and washed out.
				75516 (MSN 3867) 387th FS [B4-Q], 365th FG, 9th AF, Fritzlar [Y-86], Germany; Damaged 17May45 on take-off at Fritzlar
				75517 (MSN 3868)	
				75518 (MSN 3869) 387th FS [B4-K bar], 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Crashed 13Feb44 landing 
					after a test flight and destroyed at Gosfield; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75519 (MSN 3870) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Crash landed 4Mar44 3 miles NE of Ipswich; Pilot killed,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				75520 (MSN 3871)	
				75521 (MSN 3872) 374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged by flak and crashed in North Sea 
					off Zeebrugge, Belgium April 22, 1944; Pilot MIA.
				75522 (MSN 3873) 361st FS [QI-X], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 374th FS [B7-E], 361st FG, 
					8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Bald Eagle"; 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 
					8th AF, Warton, Station 582; Damaged 2Jun44 when ground looped at Burtonwood, Station 590; 512th FS, 
					406th FG, 9th AF, Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Shot down by flak near Évrecy, 13km SW of Caen, 
					France August 3, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACR 7665.
				75523 (MSN 3874) 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Laon/Couvron [A-70], 
					France; Crashed 15Sep44 on take-off and destroyed at Laon-Couvron.  Pilot survived.
				75524 (MSN 3875) 374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374
				75525 (MSN 3876) 84th FS [WZ-U; WZ-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				75526 (MSN 3877) 84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357
				75527 (MSN 3878) 512th FS [L3-E], 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; "Lilly Gay"
				75528 (MSN 3879) 376th FS [E9-B], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Declared War Weary; 
					Detachment B, [5F-H], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Diane III"; 
					Damaged 29Jun44 taxying at Boxted.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  
				75529 (MSN 3880) 42nd Depot Repair Squadron, 42nd Air Depot Group, 9th AF, Charmy Down, Station 487; 
					Accident 29Jan44 landing at Charmy Down; Crash landed 21Feb44 at Charmy Down. 411th FS, 373rd FG, 
					9th AF, Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by pilot of JG 26 at 
					Rambouillet Forest, France August 15, 1944; Pilot injured, captured and taken to hospital in 
					Paris; liberated by American forces and returned to England.  MACR 8571.
				75530 (MSN 3881) 352nd FS [SX-N], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Wham Bam"; Metfield, Station 366; 
					Shot down by flak over the airfield 2km N of Clastres, 15km SW of Saint-Quentin, France March 16, 1944; 
					Pilot killed. MACR 3103.
				75531 (MSN 3882) 365th FG, 9th AF; 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Buchschwabach [R-42], Germany; 
					Crashed 18May45 on fire near Stein, Germany; Pilot bailed out
				75532 (MSN 3883) HQ Squadron, 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; On a mission to escort bombers 
					to Belgium, the pilot aborted because of a short circuit, became lost in the overcast and flew 
					over the North Sea for forty minutes without sighting land. Low on fuel, the pilot turned back 
					towards France when the engine stopped with fuel exhaustion. The aircraft crashed and exploded 
					at Rouillac, 18km NE of Cognac, France January 29, 1944. The pilot bailed out at 7,000ft and 
					evaded capture; he fought with the Maquis and was captured but escaped from hospital and 
					evaded via Spain, returning to England 29Jul44.  MACR 2124.
				75533 (MSN 3884)	
				75534 (MSN 3885) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Shot down by Oblt Rudolf Muller 
					in Bf 109G-6 of JG 5/3 500mtr E of Le Sars, 6km SW of Bapaume, France July 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out, 
					wounded and became POW.
				75535 (MSN 3886)	
				75536 (MSN 3887)	
				75537 (MSN 3888)	
				75538 (MSN 3889) 397th FS [D3-H bar], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 believed flown by Lt Lothar Kabbe of JG 2/8, crashed and burned 1.5km SE 
					of Dirmerzheim near Lechenich, Germany December 8, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW. 
					A witness saw two P-47s flying in string about a hundred yards apart. They were in a slight turn, 
					and seemed to be giving no evasive action, with a Fw 190 about 200 yards behind them. The German 
					pilot was firing but the witness didn't see any hits. The German pilot fired another burst 
					which hit the P-47 in the cockpit and engine. As soon as it was hit the engine burst into 
					flame and the plane snapped over on its back and started spinning straight down.  MACR 10871.
				75539 (MSN 3890)	
				75540	 (MSN 3891) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 84th FS [WZ-U; WZ-O], 78th FG, 
					8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crash landed 4Jul44 after engine failure at RAF Andrews Field, Station 485
					Must have been repaired and transferred to 362nd FG.  In takeoff accident at Prosnes Airfield
					A-79 at Champagne-Ardenne, France Oct 12, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75541 (MSN 3892) 61st FS [HV-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Declared war weary; 
					HQ Squadron, 8th Fighter Command, 8th AF, Bovingdon, Station 112; Damaged 14Jun44 taxying at 
					Bovingdon; Accident 3Aug44 landing at RAF Northolt
					Conflict:
					(378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF) crashed into trees while strafing truck at Alencon, France
					Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 6104.  Pilot survived and he destroyed the aircraft with an incendinary grenade
					he carried in the cockpit.  Believe pilot evaded capture.
				75542 (MSN 3893) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by 
					Lt Adolf Glunz of JG 26/6 near Le Havre, France June 10, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 5676.
				75543 (MSN 3894) 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Hampshire, Station 404; Destroyed 20Jun44 by 
					fire on ground at Chilbolton.  Pilot survived.
				75544 (MSN 3895) 352nd FS [SX-Q], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Shot down by flak over the 
					airfield 2km N of Clastres, 15km SW of Saint-Quentin, France March 16, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 3104.
				75545 (MSN 3896) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; During the strafing of German 
					vehicles the pilot flew too low and hit a high voltage line pylon at Aubeterre, 10km N of Troyes 
					August 25, 1944. The aircraft crashed then exploded at a place called 'Le Berge au Fossé', killing the pilot.
					MACR 8056.
				75546 (MSN 3897) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; Crashed after 
					the pilot lost control at Lindsey, 4 miles W of Hadleigh, Suffolk on training mission April 22, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out but was injured when he hit the tail assembly of his aircraft, and died later 
					that day in hospital. MACR 15119.
				75547 (MSN 3898) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged by flak, the engine lost 
					oil pressure and stopped. The aircraft crashed near Houetteville, 10km N of Evreux, France May 7, 1944; 
					the pilot bailed out at 2,000ft and evaded capture.  MACR 5533.
				75548 (MSN 3899)	
				75549 (MSN 3900) 311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Maghaberry, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 239; Accident 26Dec43 landing at Burtonwood, Station 590; 376th FS [E9-G], 361st FG, 8th AF, 
					Bottisham, Station 374; "Devil May Care"; 361st FS [QI-D bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, 
					Station 369; Damaged 28Jul44 when a tire blew out on take-off at Martlesham Heath; Crashed at 
					Le Château-Thiéry, Thury-sous-Clermont, 6km SW of Clermont, France while attacking Fw 190 fighters 
					August 8, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8218
				75550 (MSN 3901) 83rd FS [HL-O bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, 
					RAF Headcorn, Kent Station 412; Crashed 27Apr44 on take-off and destroyed at Headcorn.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75551 (MSN 3902) 82nd FS [MX-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Damaged 18Sep44 by flak over 
					Rotterdam, Netherlands. During the dive-bombing run on a flak position, the aircraft was hit and 
					caught fire during the pull-out. The landing gear dropped down, the fuselage and wings were 
					on fire. Losing altitude rapidly, the aircraft force landed on an island near Maasdam, SW of 
					Dordrecht and was destroyed by fire. The pilot was safe and later taken POW.  MACR 9001.
				75552 (MSN 3903) 83rd FS [HL-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, 
					Bottisham, Station 374; 352nd FS [SX-R], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157, Apr44; "Hi-Lander"; 
					Damaged by its own bomb explosion while attacking an enemy convoy 6 miles SE of Mortain, France, 
					the aircraft caught fire and crashed on the edge of the forest of Mayenne near the Fizellerie farm, 
					3 km E of Vautorte, W of Mayenne, France June 6, 1944. The pilot bailed out at 2,000ft, badly burned 
					and evaded capture until the town was liberated by American forces. Taken to hospital, he was 
					later evacuated to England for further treatment early August 1944.   MACR 5503.
				75553	 (MSN 3904) 361st FS [QI-Z], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by 
					flak and crashed at Machelen, 9km NNE of Brussels, Belgium March 20, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 3398.
				75554 (MSN 3905)	
				75555 (MSN 3906) 375th FS [E2-Y], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged by enemy fighters 
					and crashed Bruchhausen-Vilsen, 38km SE of Bremen, Germany May 8, 1944; Pilot killed.
				75556 (MSN 3907) 375th FS [E2-H], 361st FG, 8th AF, RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, Station 374; Damaged 19Jan44 when 
					nosed over in muddy conditions landing at Bottisham; 361st FS [QI-K], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham 
					Heath, Station 369; Crashed and exploded when it flew into HT power lines during a tight turn in a 
					vertical bank after strafing trucks at Bréquigny, 2.3km NE of Saint-Martin-Osmonville, 28km NE of 
					Rouen, France June 8, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5589.
				75557 (MSN 3908)	
				75558 (MSN 3909) 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Lucky" / "Snitz"; 375th FS [E2-N], 361st FG, 
					8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374 
				75559 (MSN 3910) 83rd FS [HL-K bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, 
					Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], Basse-Normandie, France; Destroyed 22Aug44 by fire in 
					an accident on the ground at Picauville. Pilot survived.
				75560 (MSN 3911) 375th FS [E2-G bar], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, Station 374; "Baby Margene"; 
					While landing at Bottisham after a mission 2May44, the aircraft undershot the runway and crashed through 
					the perimeter hedge beside the Bottisham - Little Wilbraham road.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75561 (MSN 3912) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; 
					Damaged 26Feb44 on take-off at Warton; 82nd FS [MX-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 361st FS, 
					356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Rosemary"; 315th FS [62], 324th FG, 12th AF, 
					Lunéville [Y-2], France; Crash landed 22Feb45 after engine failure near Ingenheim, France.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75562 (MSN 3913) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, RAF Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Crashed 9May44 and destroyed 
					at Headcorn; Pilot killed.
				75563 (MSN 3914) 351st FS [YJ-V bar], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157"Zina"
				75564 (MSN 3915) 406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak near Brosthausen, W of Wulfen, Germany 
					June 21, 1944; Pilot was killed.  MACR 6681.
				75565 (MSN 3916) 61st FS [HV-C], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Slugger"; Detachment B, 
					65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 6Nov44 when nosed over with mechanical failure at Boxted
				75566 (MSN 3917) 379th FS [B8-A], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; "5 by 5"; Accident 11Feb44 
					landing at Wormingford; 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak while strafing trucks 
					4 miles N of Pirmasens at Thaleischweiler, Germany January 2, 1945; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 11605.
				75567 (MSN 3918) 374th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 on a bomber 
					escort mission to a plane factory in Braunschweig, Germany and crashed near Rijssen/Borkeld, Netherlands 
					January 30, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2133.
				75568 (MSN 3919) Air Technical Service Command, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 406th FS [4W-B], 
					371st FG, 9th AF, Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; 7th Depot Repair Squadron, 7th Air Depot Group, 9th AF, 
					Reims/Champagne [A-62], France; Crash landed 18Nov44 after engine failure at Reims. Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75569 (MSN 3920) 365th FG, 9th AF
				75570 (MSN 3921) 351st FS [YJ-F], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Devil's Thumb"; Crashed in 
					English Channel 3.5 miles S of Dungeness, Kent June 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACR 5562.
				75571 (MSN 3922) 82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 
				75572 (MSN 3923) 361st FS [QI-O], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 375th FS [E2-L], 361st FG, 
					8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Isabel"
				75573 (MSN 3924) 350th FS [LH-R], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Brooklyn Babe"; "Natalie Ann"; 
					Crashed 11Aug44 and destroyed at Raydon; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75574 (MSN 3925) 357th FS [OS-Z], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; Mid air collision 
					6Mar44 with P-47D 42-74729 at Steeple Morden.
				75575 (MSN 3926) 63rd FS [UN-N], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, Station 365; 
					Accident 3Jun44 landing at Halesworth.
				75576 (MSN 3927)	
				75577 (MSN 3928)	
				75578 (MSN 3929) 61st FS [HV-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown 
					by Lt Alfred Gross of JG 54/8 at Saint-Martin-aux-Arbres, 12km NE of Yvetot, France July 5, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 6558,
				75579 (MSN 3930) 361st FS [QI-Z], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "China Doll"
				75580 (MSN 3931) 378th FS [G8-D], 362nd FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak 3km NE of Merchtem, 15km NE of 
					Brussels, Belgium February 22, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACR 2330.
				75581 (MSN 3932) 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Shot down by flak and crashed near 
					Saint-Jean-de-Daye, 10km N of Saint-Lô, France June 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed 
					as he was too low for his parachute to open completely.  MACR 6284.
				75582 (MSN 3933) 378th FS [G8-H], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Damaged 31May44 on 
					take-off at Headcorn; Verdun/Etain [A-82], France; Shot down by flak while strafing a convoy at 
					Grünstadt, Germany March 20, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 13187.
				75583 (MSN 3934) 62nd FS [LM-P], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, 
					Headcorn, Station 412; Damaged in combat by Fw 190A-8 believed flown by Ofhr Gunther Zilling 
					of JG 54/9 and crashed at Saint-André-de-l'Eure, SE of Évreux, France June 14, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out over Méré with burns and evaded capture until the area was liberated mid-August 1944.
					MACR 6500.
				75584 (MSN 3935) Base Air Depot No.1; 8th AF Service Command, Burtonwood, Station 590; Crashed 9Jan44 
					and destroyed at Saughall Massie, west of Birkenhead, Cheshire; Pilot killed.  The fighter had 
					taken off from Burtonwood, Lancashire, on a test flight along with eight other aircraft. It flew 
					out to sea and on its return over Hoylake the pilot reported that the plane was on fire. 
					It circled over the Royal AF camp at West Kirby (Greasby) and was seen to lose height, 
					flipped over and crashed in a field near the Arrow brook. Pieces of airframe and the engine 
					were excavated in 1974 and now reside in the museum of the War Plane Wreck Investigation 
					Group at Fort Perch, New Brighton, Wallasey.
				75585 (MSN 3936)	
				75586 (MSN 3937) 361st FS [QI-Y], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369 
				75587 (MSN 3938) 379th FS [B8-V], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; "Lil' Sunshine"; 
					Damaged 3May44 taxying at Thurleigh, Station 111.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75588 (MSN 3939) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF 
				75589 (MSN 3940) 406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Force landed 18Jun44 after 
					an explosion in flight and destroyed at Bisterne.  Pilot survived.
				75590 (MSN 3941) 10th Air Depot Group, 9th AF Service Command, Chilbolton, Station 404; Accident 14Jan44 at Chilbolton
				75591 (MSN 3942) 82nd FS [MX-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Millie B"; [MX-C], "Lady Yvonne"; 
					The aircraft was on a dive bombing mission to the railway marshalling yards at Melun, France June 12, 1944. 
					The flight bombed the target and then flew south and encountered intense and heavy flak from the 
					airfield at Villaroche. The aircraft was hit just when the flight pulled up, burst into flames, 
					dived straight into the ground and burnedat Buisson de Massoury, Chartrettes, SE of Melun. The pilot 
					bailed out but was badly burnt. He was captured and sent to hospital in Paris but died from his 
					injuries June 16, 1944.  MACR 5580.
				75592 (MSN 3943) 365th FG, 9th AF 
				75593 (MSN 3944) 379th FS, [B8-X], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Artwork - on the fuselage 
					was a portrait of the horse of Alexander the Great, Bucephalus; Shot down by flak during a strafing 
					mission and crash landed in a field near a German training center at Saint-Aaron, 5km NE of 
					Lamballe, France June 17, 1944; Pilot captured, interned in Rennes then escaped from the train 
					taking him to Germany in July 1944, joined the Maquis until the area was liberated and 
					returned to England in September 1944.  MACR 6292.
				75594	(MSN 3945)	389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Damaged 13Aug44 taxying 
					at Saint Pierre-du-Mont; Dreux [A-41], France; Force landed 1Sep44 and destroyed near Gressey, France.
					Pilot survived.
				75595 (MSN 3946) 83rd FS [HL-X bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; HQ FG, 9th AF, Rennes [A-27], 
					France; Damaged 11Aug44 taxying at Rennes.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75596 (MSN 3947) 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Shot down by 20mm flak while strafing a 
					locomotive near Lingen, Germany April 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6524.
				75597 (MSN 3948)	
				75598 (MSN 3949) 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Mid air collision 21Apr44 with P-47D 
					42-8641, 10 miles SE of Ashford, Kent; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75599 (MSN 3950) 62nd FS [LM-G bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Maximum Goose" / "Barbara Ann II"; 
					397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Damaged 11Jun44 taxying at Chilbolton; 
					Cardonville [A-3], France; Crashed 3Jul44 on take-off and destroyed at Cardonville, pilot survived; Part of 
					the left engine cowling with the nose art was found at Chartres, France and is in the custody of 
					Conservatoire de l'air et de l'espace d'Aquitaine, Bordeaux-Mérignac, France.
				75600 (MSN 3951)	
				75601 (MSN 3952)	
				75602 (MSN 3953) 82nd FS [MX-E], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by flak, crashed and 
					burned near Tatinghem, France April 5, 1944; Pilot killed.
				75603 (MSN 3954) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Crashed 20Apr44 at Selsey Bill, Sussex; 
					Pilot bailed out and killed. During climb out from Beaulieu in thick overcast, the flight's leader was 
					too slow causing his wing men to stall and loose control. This pilot bailed out too low for 
					his parachute to open and he was killed.  Aircraft was destroyed
				75604 (MSN 3955)	61st FS [HV-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 believed flown by Oblt Friedrich Stehle of JG 6/6 at Hoffnungsthal near Rösrath, 
					Germany October 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 9819.
				75605 (MSN 3956) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; During a dive bombing mission to Falaise, 
					the aircraft crashed after engine failure at Ouilly-le-Tesson, France June 12, 1944; Pilot evaded capture.
					MACR 6100.
				75606 (MSN 3957) 311th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Maghaberry, Northern Ireland, 
					Station 239; Crashed 29Dec43 after hitting trees near Hartfield Farm, SW Scotland; Pilot killed.
				75607 (MSN 3958) HQ Squadron, 365th FG, 9th AF; The fighter was ambushed as it climbed out of the overcast 
					to meet the enemy formation and was shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Uffz Hartin Haufe of JG 11/1 at 
					Ratingen, NE of Düsseldorf, Germany September 27, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 9181
				75608 (MSN 3959) 352nd FS [SX-K], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Ginny (The Flying Finn)"; 
					Damaged 9Jul44 when P-47D 42-26643 ran into the back of this aircraft while taxying at Raydon.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75609 (MSN 3960)	
				75610 (MSN 3961) 83rd FS [HL-N], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Muscle Bound II" - artwork of 
					clenched fist with sun in background; The propeller oversped and then the engine failed 10 miles 
					N of Evreux, the aircraft crashed, exploded and caught fire in a forest N of Louviers, SE of Elbeuf, 
					France June 11, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 8,000ft and evaded capture until the area was liberated 
					by American forces August 25, 1944, returning to England August 27, 1944.  MACR 5581.
				75611 (MSN 3962) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Crashed 4Mar44 landing and destroyed at Gosfield.
					Pilot survived.
				75612 (MSN 3963) 387th FS [B4-P], 365th FG, 9th AF, Azeville [A-7], France; Damaged 15Jul44 during a 
					squadron massed take-off at Azeville when a bomb on the aircraft ahead fell off and ripped off 
					the landing gear; Florennes/Juzaine [A-78], Belgium; Crashed 23Feb45 on take-off at Florennes.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75613 (MSN 3964) 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Brucheville [A-16], France; Shot down by flak causing an 
					engine fire and crashed 15km NW of Falaise, France August 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 2,500ft 
					and became POW.  MACR 8486.
				75614 (MSN 3965) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Damaged 4Jul44 on take-off at 
					RAF Deanland, East Sussex; [C], 303rd Bomb Group, 8th AF, Molesworth, Station 107; 544th Bomb Squadron, 
					384th Bomb Group, 8th AF, Grafton Underwood, Station 106; Accident 13Jun45 landing on the island 
					of Guernsey, Channel Islands.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
42-75615/75864		Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt
				75615 (MSN 3966)	
				75616 (MSN 3967) 325th FG, 15th AF; 523rd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF, Pontedera, Tuscany, Italy; Damaged 2Dec44 
					taxying at Pontedera.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75617 (MSN 3968) 134th Base Unit, 1st AF, Oscoda Field, MI; Force landed 2Feb45 and destroyed one mile west 
					of Bellaire, MI
				75618 (MSN 3969)	
				75619 (MSN 3970) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; Headcorn, Station 412; Crashed after 
					engine failure into the North Sea 15 miles W of Den Helder, Holland May 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out and 
					was seen in his dinghy but MIA.  MACR 4963
				75620 (MSN 3971) 386th FS [D5-S], 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Crashed after strafing a 
					Heinkel 111 aircraft on the ground at an airfield at Bertangles, France April 24, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5934 and 6044.
				75621 (MSN 3972) 397th FS [D3-P], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944
				75622 (MSN 3973) 352nd FS [SX-F], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Hun Buster"; Damaged 5Apr44 
					taxying at Metfield; Raydon, Station 157; "Betty"; Crashed into woods and exploded while strafing 
					trucks near Le Bourget airfield, 5km NNE of Paris, France August 18, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8132
				75623 (MSN 3974) 302nd FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Force landed 13Jul44 with fuel 
					exhaustion and destroyed at Benevento, Italy.  Pilot survived.
				75624 (MSN 3975) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; "Loko"; Damaged by flak during a 
					strafing mission on a train near Rouen, France April 11, 1944. With the engine oil pressure dropping, 
					the pilot headed back home. A few minutes later, and before reaching the French coast, the 
					pilot called to say that he would not be able to make it. A minute later the engine seized and the
					pilot prepared to bail out. The fighter crashed in flames at Saint-Saëns, NE of Rouen. The pilot was 
					seen to bail out at 2,500ft when he was caught by the tremendous slipstream and was hurled back against 
					the horizontal stabilizer, knocking him unconcious and unable to open his parachute, he fell to his death.
					MACR 15242
				75625 (MSN 3976) 360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed after ran out of fuel 
					at Saint-Pol-sur-Mer, Dunkerque, France June 6, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5568.
				75626 (MSN 3977) 365th FG, 9th AF; 
				75627 (MSN 3978) 397th FS [D3-L], 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak and crashed 1km S of Sindorf Station, 
					Sindorf, 17km W of Cologne, Germany October 28, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 9630.
				75628 (MSN 3979) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crash landed after engine failure 
					during a bomb run between Altopascio and Pescia, Italy May 19, 1944; Pilot evaded capture.  MACR 4835.
				75629 (MSN 3980) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; "Thunderbolt Lad"; 345th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF; 346th FS; 85th FS, 
					79th FG, 12th AF; Damaged 14Jun45 in collision with P-47D 42-76012 taxying at Malignano, SW of Siena, Italy.
				75630 (MSN 3981) 65th FS [52], 57th FG, 12th AF 
				75631 (MSN 3982) 62nd FS [LM-H bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 352nd FS [SX-H], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Elise"; 410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Venlo [Y-55], Netherlands; 
					Destroyed by fire 9Apr45 in a ground accident at Venlo
				75632 (MSN 3983) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Crashed 7Jun44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Headcorn.  Pilot survived.
				75633 (MSN 3984)	
				75634 (MSN 3985) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed into Adriatic Sea March 28, 1944; Pilot MIA.
				75635 (MSN 3986) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; Damaged by flak during an attack on Twente airfield and 
					crashed at Weitemanslanden, east of Vriezenveen, Netherlands March 6, 1944; Pilot bailed out 
					and taken prisoner.  MACRX 2714. Parts of the wreckage recovered May 22, 2003.
				75636 (MSN 3987) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Cercola, Italy; Shot down 24Mar44 by 'friendly fire' from a 
					Spitfire VIII off Fiumicino, Italy; Pilot  killed when the aircraft exploded in flames hitting the water.
					MACR 3990.
				75637 (MSN 3988) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Amendola, Cosenza, Italy; Combat damaged 30Jan44 by small 
					arms fire from a fleet of boats off Rogoznica harbor, Yugoslavia. The pilot bailed out and landed 
					offshore approximately two miles south of Rogoznica; he was picked up by fishermen and returned 
					to his unit several months later.  MACR 2228.
				75638 (MSN 3989) 525th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; Crash landed 28Aug44 and destroyed near Poretta, Corsica.
					Pilot survived.
				75639 (MSN 3990) 526th FS [66], 86th FG, 12th AF; Damaged by flak and crash landed near Rejani, Italy 
					January 22, 1945; Pilot evaded capture.
				75640 (MSN 3991) 65th FS [60], 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; "Bomb Happy"; Shot down by 
					flak while bombing a railway bridge across the Po River at Pieve del Cairo, NE of Alessandria, Italy 
					January 3, 1945; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 10950.
				75641 (MSN 3992)	
				75642 (MSN 3993) 319th FS [73], 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed in bad weather into the Adriatic Sea off Ancona, 
					Italy May 12, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 4764.
				75643 (MSN 3994) 317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Me 410A 10 miles S of Budapest, Hungary 
					April 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4075
				75644 (MSN 3995) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF 
				75645 (MSN 3996) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed in bad weather into the Adriatic Sea off Ancona, 
					Italy May 12, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 4763
				75646 (MSN 3997)	
				75647 (MSN 3998) 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Damaged 22Feb44 by flak setting 
					fire to the right wing root over the Walcheren Islands and crashed into North Sea; Pilot MIA.  MACR 2671
				75648 (MSN 3999) 65th FS [51], 57th FG, 12th AF; Alto.  During a strafing run the aircraft hit high-tension 
					wires causing the aircraft to cartwheel in mid air, crash, skid along the ground and hit some trees 
					at Tavazzano, 10 miles E of Pavia, Italy September 5, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8734.
				75649 (MSN 4000) 525th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Damaged 4Jan45 on take-off at Pisa
				75650 (MSN 4001) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged 13May44 when ground looped at 
					Beaulieu; 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Nordholz [R-56], Germany; Force landed 16Jun45 after engine 
					failure at Bremervorde, Germany.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75651 (MSN 4002) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed near Budapest, Hungary April 13, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 4040
				75652 (MSN 4003)	
				75653 (MSN 4004) 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Damaged 22Feb44 by flak setting fire 
					to the engine over the Walcheren Islands and crashed into North Sea; Pilot MIA.  MACr 2673.
				75654 (MSN 4005)	
				75655 (MSN 4006)	
				75656 (MSN 4007) 511th FS [K4-E], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Damaged by flak and crashed 
					after engine failure 5km N of Saint-Lô, France June 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out over allied territory 
					but was killed when his parachute failed to open.  MACR 7322
				75657 (MSN 4008) 352nd[SX-L], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; May44; It was salvaged following a crash 
					landing at an advanced landing strip in Normandy due to battle damage on June 13, 1944.
				75658 (MSN 4009) 61st FS [HV-S bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; [HV-S], 
					"Little Chief" / "Anderson Indian" [name for a baseball team (Anderson, IA)]; Shot down by Fw 190A-6  
					flown by Lt Detlev Grossfuss of JG 2/11, crashed and exploded near Saint-Saëns, NE of Rouen, France 
					January 21, 1944; Pilot killed on his first combat mission, his aggressor then shot down by a 
					fellow squadron pilot.  MACR 1849.
				75659 (MSN 4010) 66th FS [91], 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged by flak SE of Tarquinia 
					near Allumiere, Italy May 25, 1944; Aircraft headed back towards base but crashed after the engine 
					failed at Piombino; Pilot bailed out and became POW. MACR 5077.
				75660	(MSN 4011)	524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF; Accident 13May44 landing and destroyed at Santa Maria LG, Naples, Italy.
					Pilot survived.
				75661 (MSN 4012) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Shot down by small arms fire at 
					Rocquancourt, 10km SE of Caen, France June 15, 1944. The pilot shot down a Bf 109 following an 
					attack by eight Bf 109s on his patrol. The pilot then left his formation to accompany another 
					squadron aircraft with low engine oil pressure back to base. It is thought that this plane was 
					hit during the return flight. The pilot reported that he was going to bail out but was not seen again.
					MACR 6054
				75662 (MSN 4013)	
				75663 (MSN 4014) 525th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; MACR 12132; 5Feb45 near Montebello Vicentino Italy; 
					Shot down by flak while strafing a bus at Montebello Vicentino, 
					SW of Vicenza, Italy February 5, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 12132.
				75664 (MSN 4015) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed with engine failure while 
					strafing a railway marshalling yard at Baldichieri, W of Asti, Italy September 4, 1944; Pilot 
					bailed out too low and was killed when his parachute failed to open.  MACR 8736.
				75665 (MSN 4016) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Greenham Common, Station 486; Crashed 4Feb44 and destroyed 
					one mile SE of Burghclere, Hampshire; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.  
					Quoted by Air-Britain as being assigned to
					368th FG.
				75666 (MSN 4017)	
				75667 (MSN 4018)	
				75668 (MSN 4019) 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408 
				75669 (MSN 4020)	
				75670 (MSN 4021) 351st FS [YJ-W], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; "Hairless Joe"; Accident 
					landing at Metfield 15th March 1944. The aircraft was on a transition and instrument training flight. 
					The pilot made a normal landing and started to roll within the first third of the field. Having 
					noticed that another plane had pulled onto the runway, preparing to take off, he pulled up his 
					flaps and increased the rolling speed in order to clear the runway as quickly as possible. 
					He saw the checkered flags beside the runway , which indicate the last 1000 feet, but did not 
					realize his excessive speed. When he saw the end of the runway nearing he applied both brakes 
					simultaneously and the tail started up. The pilot released the brakes but the tail continued to 
					rise until the propeller contacted the ground and the airplane came to a stop resting on its nose. 
					Raydon, Station 157; Damaged 13Oct44 taxying at Raydon; 63rd FS [UN-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, 
					Station 365; The fighter was on a dive bombing mission to Bonn, Germany November 20, 1944. 
					Letting down over Bonn, it was hit by flak, and hit again later by ground fire while the 
					pilot was attempting to bail out at low level. The aircraft crashed at Liblar, Erftstadt, Germany; 
					the pilot was killed.  MACR 10291.
				75671 (MSN 4022) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; 87th FS [X 73], 79th FG, 12th AF 
				75672 (MSN 4023) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; "Bucephalus II" [name of the horse of Alexander the Great]; 
					Shot down by flak at Bookholzberg, W of Bremen, Germany March 8, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded 
					and became POW.  MACR 2734.
				75673 (MSN 4024) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Prosnes [A-79], France; The aircraft was on a mission that 
					led them via Saarbrücken to Bad Kreuznach, Germany. On the way back home to base the engine 
					caused some trouble and he was lost sight of in bad weather east of the Moselle River. The aircraft 
					force landed after engine failure at Lisdorf, Saarlouis, Germany November 17, 1944. The pilot was 
					captured and taken POW.  MACR 10558.
				75674 (MSN 4025)	
				75675 (MSN 4026)	
				75676 (MSN 4027) 83rd FS [HL-B], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Janny M"; 351st FS [YJ-K], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Raydon, Station 157 
				75677 (MSN 4028)	
				75678 (MSN 4029) 66th FS [99], 57th FG, 12th AF, Amendola, Cosenza, Italy 
				75679 (MSN 4030) 66th FS [73], 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Shot down by flak strafing 
					railway wagons NE of Valle Lomellina, Italy September 15, 1944. After making a pass, the aircraft 
					pulled up into a steep bank when the cockpit was seen to fill with flames, the aircraft rolled 
					over and crashed beside a railway locomotive. The pilot was killed.  MACR 8775.
				75680 (MSN 4031) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Crashed 6Apr44 after engine failure 
					4 miles E of Andover, Hampshire; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				75681 (MSN 4032) 370th FS [CS-Z bar], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 
				75682 (MSN 4033) 365th FG, 9th AF 
				75683 (MSN 4034) 63rd FS [UN-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 352nd FS [SX-Z], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					Raydon, Station 157; "Big Totsy" - artwork of a woman in cowboy boots and a Stetson; Shot down by 
					FW 190A-6 near Peine, east of Hanover and crashed at Podbielskistraße, Lahe, Hanover, Germany May 30, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 5205.
				75684 (MSN 4035) 389th FS [A6-A], 366th FG, 9th AF; "Ol' Moe"; 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Laon/Couvron [A-70], 
					France; Accident 8Oct44 landing at Laon-Couvron; Damaged 16Nov44 by mechanical failure at Laon-Couvron.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75685 (MSN 4036)	
				75686 (MSN 4037)	
				75687 (MSN 4038) 86th Squadron, 79th FG, 12th AF; Damaged 17Dec44 while parked in an accident with a 
					Royal AF Mustang taking off at Fano, Italy.  Aircraft badly damaged, washed out
				75688 (MSN 4039) 351st FS [YJ-G], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; After strafing a railway 
					marshalling yard at Montdidier, France, the aircraft carried out a low-altitude attack on a 
					merchandise station and then a tanker truck. The plane was hit by flak and crashed at Le Plessier, 
					8km NW of Montdidier, May 30, 1944. The pilot bailed out, evaded capture but later arrested and became a POW.
					MACR 5204.
				75689 (MSN 4040)	
				75690 (MSN 4041) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Shot down by flak while strafing 
					vehicles, crashed into a wood and exploded SE of Évrecy, 7km SW of Caen, France June 14, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5691.
				75691 (MSN 4042) 350th FS [LH-S], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Crash landed 28Jun44 at Raydon; Pilot killed.
				75692 (MSN 4043) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Accident 19Mar44 landing at Thruxton; 
					Crashed 30Mar44 close to Thruxton; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75693 (MSN 4044) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Brucheville [A-16], France; Damaged by fire 9Aug44 in an accident 
					on the ground at Brucheville. Aircraft destroyed by fire.  Only ground crew involved and none injured.
				75694 (MSN 4045) 61st FS [HV-K], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Crash landed 27Jan44 after engine 
					failure during a test flight one mile south of Bungay, Suffolk.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75695 (MSN 4046) 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Greenham Common, Station 486; Crashed 1Feb44 on a training 
					flight near Chilbolton, Station 404; Pilot killed.
				75696 (MSN 4047) HQ Squadron, 79th FG, 12th AF; Damaged by flak 7May44 during a train busting mission 
					and crashed near Civitavecchia, Italy; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4636
				75697 (MSN 4048) 62nd FS [LM-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged in combat and crashed 
					between Dümmer and Steinhuder Meer, Germany March 8, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2844.
				75698 (MSN 4049) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed 23Apr44 on take-off and destroyed 
					at Alto.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75699 (MSN 4050)	
				75700 (MSN 4051)	
				75701 (MSN 4052) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged 13Apr44 in hard landing at 
					Thruxton; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 believed flown by Lt Georg Fureder of JG 11/5 at Ouilly-le-Tesson, 
					SE of Caen, France June 10, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5680.
				75702 (MSN 4053) 335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF, Debden, Station 356; 351st FS [YJ-O], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, 
					Station 366; Crash landed after losing power on a local test flight at Metfield February 28, 1944; Pilot injured,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				75703 (MSN 4054) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by ‘friendly fire’ from another 319th FS P-47D SE of 
					Venice, Italy and crashed into Adriatic Sea March 11, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 3202.
				75704 (MSN 4055) 61st FS [HV-R], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Six Shooter Junction"; Boxted, 
					Station 150; Damaged 18May44 taxying at Boxted; After chasing a Bf 109, the aircraft was probably 
					hit by flak, the engine beginning to smoke, losing oil pressure and power. The fighter crash landed 
					near the edge of a forest 3km from Landrecies, east of Le Cateau-Cambrésis, France August 12, 1944. 
					It was destroyed on the ground by fellow pilots to prevent capture by the Luftwaffe. The pilot 
					evaded capture until the area was liberated by American forces, returning to England September 7, 1944.
					MACR 7598.
				75705 (MSN 4056) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged in combat by Bf 109G-6 flown 
					by Erhart Menge of JG 77/4 at Montalto di Castro, NW of Lake Bolsena, Italy April 14, 1944; 
					Pilot ditched in Tyrrhenian Sea north of Rome and became POW.  MACR 4637
				75706 (MSN 4057) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Damaged 7May44 when ground looped at Headcorn.
				75707 (MSN 4058) 352nd FS [SX-A], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Feb44; "Little Hotsy"; Raydon, 
					Station 157; Shot down while dive bombing a rail junction near Conches by Bf 109G-6 after having 
					destroyed one and damaged two others. The fighter crashed in a field near Gaudreville-la-Rivière, 
					11km SW of Évreux, France June 12, 1944. The pilot bailed out but too low for the parachute to 
					open and was killed. MACR 5587.
				75708 (MSN 4059) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Damaged by an explosion and crashed 
					while bombing a railway track W of Sant'Ambrogio di Valpolicella, Italy November 21, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 9960.
				75709 (MSN 4060) 325th FG, 15th AF; Ditched after ran out of fuel 3 miles from Vieste, Italy into Adriatic Sea  
					April 16, 1944; Pilot died before air sea rescue could reach him.  MACR 4020.
				75710 (MSN 4061)	
				75711 (MSN 4062) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak and crash landed E of Beilen, Netherlands 
					April 11, 1944. Pilot taken POW. Aircraft destroyed by other P-47D to prevent capture.  MACR 3906.
				75712 (MSN 4063) 317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; 65th FS [40], 57th FG, 12th AF, Amendola, Cosenza, Italy; 
					"Hun Hunter II"; Damaged 12Jan44 by flak which hit the right wing root and caught fire but the 
					aircraft returned safely to Amendola.
				75713 (MSN 4064) 64th FS [10], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Mehitabel" [named after the alley cat fictional 
					character created in 1916, by Don Marquis, a columnist for The Evening Sun newspaper in New York City]
				75714 (MSN 4065) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Destroyed by fire 25May44 when ground 
					looped at Alto.  Pilot survived.
				75715	 (MSN 4066)	
				75716 (MSN 4067) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged 13Apr44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-25288 taxying at Alto Landing Ground, Corsica. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75717 (MSN 4068) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed in bad weather into the Adriatic Sea off Ancona, 
					Italy May 12, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 4760.
				75718 (MSN 4069) HQ Squadron, 57th FG, 12th AF; "Billy Rittenhouse"; After dive bombing a bridge at 
					Neviano, Italy January 25, 1945, the pilot strafed some motor transport but pulled out of his 
					run too steeply causing the aircraft to high speed stall. The aircraft was observed to spin 
					horizontally more than one complete turn, hit the ground and exploded. The aircraft disintegrated, 
					killing the pilot.  MACR 11706
				75719 (MSN 4070) 65th FS [44], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Wicked Wabbit" [name based on pilot's surname, 
					James C. Hare, being a synonyn for rabbit]
				75720 (MSN 4071)	
				75721 (MSN 4072) 345th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF 
				75722 (MSN 4073) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged 7May44 when ground looped 
					at Alto; Hit by flak after a strafing run on the airfield at Bergamo and crashed several miles 
					south of Bergamo, Italy October 12, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 9328
				75723 (MSN 4074)	
				75724 (MSN 4075) 65th FS [61], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Joanne"
				75725 (MSN 4076) 65th FS [59], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Yin Fiss"; Shot down by flak while attacking a 
					railway bridge at Caliana in the Brenner Pass, Italy February 27, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 12572.
				75726 (MSN 4077) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; After bombing a railway line at 
					Vanzo Vecchio, between Padua and Vicenza, Italy January 20, 1945, the pilot turned back steeply 
					to attack some motor transports. In attempting to make a tight turn on to the target, the left 
					wing hit the ground, the aircraft cartwheeled across the road and slid to a stop. The pilot was killed.
					MACR 11394.
				75727 (MSN 4078) (90th FS, 80th FG, 10th AF) ground looped at Tingkawk Sakan Airfield, Burma Nov 24, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.	
				75728 (MSN 4079) 302nd FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Damaged 28Jun44 on take-off at Lecce, Italy.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75729 (MSN 4080) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Hit by flak, crashed and destroyed by 
					fire while strafing a railway marshalling yard NW of Mortara, Italy September 12, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 8945.
				75730 (MSN 4081)	
				75731 (MSN 4082) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Crashed 3Jul44 with mechanical 
					failure near Ramitelli, Italy; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				75732 (MSN 4083) Crashed 10Jan44 on take-off and destroyed at Casablanca, Station 16, French Morocco; Pilot killed
				75733 (MSN 4084) Crash landed 16Mar44 at Comiso, Sicily; 524th FS, 27th FG, 12th AF, Pontedera, Italy; 
					Accident 27Jan45 landing at Pontedera; Biblis [Y-78], Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany; Crash landed 10Apr45 at Biblis.
					Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				75734 (MSN 4085)	
				75735 (MSN 4086) 318th FS [45], 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed after engine failure 7 miles N of Dubrovnik, 
					Yugoslavia May 5, 1944; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  MACR 4724.
				75736 (MSN 4087) 317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed Yugoslavia March 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					MACR 3468.
				75737 (MSN 4088) 317th FS [25], 325th FG, 15th AF; "Hun Hunter"; 345th FS [5D9], 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; 
					"Hun Hunter"; Damaged 14Nov44 by a bird strike at Pisa, Italy; Shot down by anti-aircraft fire at 
					Castel Mella, 7km southwest of Brescia, Italy on a dive bombing mission on the railway between 
					Canneto and Ghedi, Italy. Pilot bailed out and became a POW.  MACR 10792.
				75738 (MSN 4089)	
				75739 (MSN 4090) 65th FS [50], 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; 
					"Pudgy The Flying Hangover" / "El Rancho" / "Hi-i-i-i-i !"; Crashed into an hydro-electric power 
					station after hitting high tension wires during a strafing attack and exploded at Sainte-Tulle, 
					France August 18, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8095.
				75740 (MSN 4091) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Accident 23Apr44 landing at Alto; 
					346th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF.  March 12, 1945 346th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF 
					Pisa Airfield Pisa Italy in taxiing Accident at Pisa Airfield, Pisa Italy. Pilot Turned to 
					Avoid Hitting Aircraft on Runway.  Pilot Survived. Aircraft Was Destroyed. 
				75741 (MSN 4092) 525th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF, Capodichino, Naples, Italy; Crashed 17Jul44 on take-off 
					and destroyed at Capodichino, pilot killed.
				75742 (MSN 4093) 317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fhg. Fw. Egon Ohletz 
					of JG 53/1 near Crikvenica, Yugoslavia March 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3510.
				75743 (MSN 4094)	
				75744 (MSN 4095) 66th FS [92], 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; During a bomb and 
					strafing attack on a target, the aircraft pulled out too low and, flying almost horizontally, 
					struck a sand bar, bounced once and exploded near Borgoforte, Italy September 4, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 8777.
				75745 (MSN 4096) 65th FS [43], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Jerry Jinx"; Crashed 29Jul44 in Tyrrhenian Sea off Alto; Pilot killed
				75746 (MSN 4097)	
				75747 (MSN 4098)	
				75748 (MSN 4099) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 off Ravenna, Italy March 28, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out but died in the water.  MACR 3877.
				75749 (MSN 4100) 317th FS [18], 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed 13 miles NE of Pescara, Italy March 11, 1944; Pilot MIA.
					MACR 4191.
				75750 (MSN 4101) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; Accident 11Feb44 landing at Wormingford; 
					317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed in bad weather into the Adriatic Sea off Ancona, Italy May 12, 1944; Pilot MIA.
					MACR 4762.
				75751 (MSN 4102) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; "Dragon Lady"; 526th FS [47], 86th FG, 12th AF
				75752 (MSN 4103)	
				75753 (MSN 4104) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Hit by 88mm flak, burst into 
					flames and crashed at San Quirico d'Orcia, Italy May 24, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5073.
				75754 (MSN 4105)	
				75755 (MSN 4106) 345th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Shot down by anti-aircraft fire southeast of 
					Castelnuovo Magra, Italy on a bombing mission on gun positions southeast of La Spezia, Italy 
					December 17, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 10774.
				75756 (MSN 4107)	
				75757 (MSN 4108) 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 over Guidonia airfield, near Rome, Italy 
					January 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2095
				75758 (MSN 4109) 345th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Crashed near Santini, Italy on a dive 
					bombing mission on a mine dump at Santini, Italy April 18, 1945. The aircraft’s right rocket tube 
					caught fire. The pilot attempted to make a crash landing but the aircraft was burning badly and 
					exploded just before touching down. The pilot was killed.   MAR 13812.
				75759 (MSN 4110)	
				75760 (MSN 4111) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crash landed 8 miles S of beach head at Anzio, Italy March 3, 1944; 
					Pilot survived and returned to his unit October 20, 1944.  MACR 2810.
				75761 (MSN 4112)	
				75762 (MSN 4113)	
				75763 (MSN 4114) 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Shot down by flak and crashed into the Adriatic Sea 2.5 miles 
					E of Cervia, Italy October 9, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed in the water by flak fired 
					at him from the shore.  MACR 9070.
				75764 (MSN 4115) 64th FS [16], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Chi Miss"
				75765 (MSN 4116)	
				75766 (MSN 4117)	
				75767 (MSN 4118)	65th FS [58], 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; "Shirley"; Accident 8Nov44 
					landing at Grosseto.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, believed repaired.
				75768 (MSN 4119)	
				75769 (MSN 4120) 525th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; Damaged by flak over Germany and crashed at Retschwiller, 
					France February 21, 1945; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 12723.
				75770 (MSN 4121) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Accident 17May44 landing at Alto; 
					During a strafing attack on a motor truck at Faenza, Italy June 26, 1944, the aircraft went too 
					low and seemed to stall when starting to pull out. The right wing hit an obstruction, possibly a 
					telephone or power pole, turning the aircraft around to crash and explode, sliding into two houses. 
					The pilot was killed.  MACR 6323.
				75771 (MSN 4122)	
				75772 (MSN 4123) 302nd FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Crashed 22Jun44 taking off and 
					destroyed at Ramitelli.  Pilot survived.
				75773 (MSN 4124) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fhj Ofw Gerog Ludwig of JG 77/3 
					over Venice, Italy and crashed off Venice March 11, 1944; Pilot bailed out and MIA.  MACR 3158.
				75774 (MSN 4125)	
				75775 (MSN 4126) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort 
					carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands. Crashed 27Jun44 during 
					a rocket strafing mission against enemy positions on Gurguan Point, Mariana Islands. During the 
					low level attack, the Japanese set off a buried 500 lb bomb that caught two Thunderbolts full blast. 
					The pilot was killed. MACR 6776.
				75776 (MSN 4127) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort carrier 
					for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75777 (MSN 4128) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Sun Shine"; Launched from an 
					escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75778 (MSN 4129) 19th FS [C], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort 
					carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75779 (MSN 4130) 19th FS [F], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Patricia"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75780 (MSN 4131)	
				75781 (MSN 4132)	
				75782 (MSN 4133) 19th FS [C], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "El Smoko"; Launched 
					from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75783 (MSN 4134) 19th FS [E], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Little Rock-ette"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75784 (MSN 4135) 19th FS, 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort 
					carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands; East Field, Saipan, 
					Mariana Islands. Shot down 2Jul44 off the coast of Aguijan, Mariana Islands. The pilot bailed out 
					off Saipan and signaled from his raft that he was OK. A PBY Catalina flying boat was on the strip, 
					having delivered a Marine General for a front line inspection. The crew wouldn't budge without 
					the General's OK, and by that time, it was dark. The search was put off until morning but the pilot 
					was never found.  MACR 8580. 
				75785 (MSN 4136) 19th FS [B], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; Launched from an escort 
					carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands. Crashed 28Jul44 when the 
					pilot misjudged his altitude during an attack on Tinian, Mariana Islands and hit the brow of a cliff. 
					The pilot was killed.
				75786 (MSN 4137) 19th FS [B], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Noble Norma"; 
					Launched from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75787 (MSN 4138) 19th FS [F], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Josephine"; Launched 
					from an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75788 (MSN 4139) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.I, serial FL731; No.301 Maintenance Unit, 
					Air Command South East Asia, Drigh Road, Karachi, India; Feb44; No.1331 Conversion Unit, 
					Air Command South East Asia, Risalpur, Khyber, India; SOC March 28, 1946
				75789 (MSN 4140) Lend-Lease to Royal AF as Thunderbolt Mk.I, serial FL732; No.301 Maintenance Unit, Air 
					Command South East Asia, Drigh Road, Karachi, India; Feb44; Check and Conversion Flight, Air Command 
					South East Asia, Mauripur, Karachi, India; No.1331 Conversion Unit, Risalpur, Khyber, India; 
					Force landed 19Sep44 and crashed at Ishurdi, Bengal, India.  
				75790 (MSN 4141) 346th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Crashed 12Mar45 landing at Pisa.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				75791 (MSN 4142) 19th FS [H], 318th FG, 7th AF, Aslito, Saipan, Mariana Islands; "Midge"; Launched from 
					an escort carrier for delivery to Saipan Jun44; East Field, Saipan, Mariana Islands 
				75792 (MSN 4143) Italy
				75793 (MSN 4144) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed near Verona, Italy February 14, 1944; Pilot 
					bailed out and became POW.  MACR 2485.
				75794 (MSN 4145) 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Damaged 10Jan45 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-19602 
					taking off at Fano, Italy
				75795 (MSN 4146) 301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Damaged 23May44 taxying 
					at Montecorvino, Italy.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75796 (MSN 4147) 414th Night FS, 62nd Fighter Wing, 12th AF, Pontedera, Tuscany, Italy; Accident 16Dec44 
					landing at Pontedera; 345th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Damaged 12Mar45 taxying at Pisa; 
					Crash landed 26Apr45 after engine failure and destroyed 5 miles NW of Livorno, Italy
				75797	(MSN 4148)	
				75798 (MSN 4149) 100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; 
					Crashed after engine failure into Ligurian Sea 30 miles from Corsica June 22, 1944; Pilot trapped 
					inside aircraft as it sank and was drowned.  MACR 6079.
				75799 (MSN 4150) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed after engine failure at Pola, Italy February 22, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and returned to unit.  MACR 2569.
				75800	 (MSN 4151) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Crashed with engine failure 
					10 miles SE of Pola, Italy into Gulf of Venice June 9, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5758
				75801 (MSN 4152)	
				75802 (MSN 4153)	
				75803	(MSN 4154)	523rd FS, 27th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Italy; Crashed 31Oct44 landing and destroyed at Grosseto, Italy.
					Pilot survived
				75804 (MSN 4155) 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Uffz Fritz 
					Rathofer of JG 1/3 at Pirmasens and crashed near Neustadt, SW of Mannheim, Germany April 24, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4314.
				75805 (MSN 4156) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Accident 25Apr44 landing at Ashford, Station 417.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75806 (MSN 4157)	
				75807 (MSN 4158) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Warton, Station 582; Damaged 
					8Feb44 when ground looped at Gosfield, Station 154; 351st FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; 
					10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF; 12th AF, Toul/Ochey [A-96], France; Crashed on return from a combat mission 
					probably due to bad weather two miles west of Tantonville, France November 8, 1944 ; Pilot killed
				75808 (MSN 4159) Lend-Lease to Armée de l'Air Française; Groupe de Chasse I/4 "Navarre"; 
					Ambérieu-en-Bugey [Y-5], France; Crashed 21Sep44 on a test flight at Château-Gaillard, 4km NW of 
					Ambérieu-en-Bugey; Pilot killed. During the landing, to avoid a hedge of poplars, the pilot 
					rolled at 1500m from the ground. The fuel drop tank exploded which caused the aircraft and 
					ammunition to burn. The pilot perished in the fire.
				75809 (MSN 4160) 346th FS [6B9], 350th FG, 12th AF 
				75810 (MSN 4161) 525th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; "Butch"; Pisa, Italy; Accident 28Nov44 landing at Pisa; 
					Shot down by flak while strafing locomotives one mile S of the marshalling yard at Brescia, Italy 
					January 29, 1945; Pilot bailed out and became POW. MACR 11704.
				75811 (MSN 4162) 526th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; Crash landed 8Jul44 after engine failure caused by 
					bad fuel system and destroyed at Montalto di Castro, Italy.  Pilot survived.
				75812 (MSN 4163) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; Crash landed 2Mar44 and destroyed at Wormingford.
					Pilot survived.
				75813 (MSN 4164) Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; Force landed 
					25Nov43 after engine failure and destroyed at Atlantic Beach, Long Island, NY
				75814 (MSN 4165) 376th FS, 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; Damaged in combat by a Fw 190 near 
					Kleve, Germany and crashed 2km N of Boxtel, Netherlands February 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 2701.
				75815 (MSN 4166) 351st FS [YJ-E], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Sis II"; "Patricia Baby"; After 
					an evening officer's party June 24, 1944, the aircraft was taken for a drunken and unauthorized flight 
					of aerobatics for 15 minutes. After landing the aircraft returned to the dispersal and spun around 
					a dozen times before the pilot was removed and taken to the medical center. Hit by its own bomb 
					blast and crashed 12 miles SE of Arnhem, Netherlands September 17, 1944; Pilot bailed out too low 
					and was killed when his parachute failed to open completely.  MACR 8802.
				75816 (MSN 4167)	
				75817 (MSN 4168) 395th FS [A7-E], 368th FG, 9th AF 
				75818 (MSN 4169) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Greenham Common, Station 486; Damaged 3Mar44 when ground 
					looped at Greenham Common; Chilbolton, Station 404; Mid air collision 21May44 with P-47D 42-76080 
					at Chilbolton; Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Accident 28Feb45 landing at Metz.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75819 (MSN 4170) 397th FS [D3-S], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; 
					Shot down by flak near Le Molay-Littry, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5717.
				75820 (MSN 4171) 65th FS [68], 57th FG, 12th AF; "The Wog" - artwork of Disney 'Big Bad Wolf' plus four 
					pages from the 1944 Varga pin-up calendar shellacked to the airframe.
				75821 (MSN 4172) 318th FS [49], 325th FG, 15th AF 
				75822 (MSN 4173) 390th FS [B2-D], 366th FG, 9th AF, Membury, Devonshire, Station 466; Crashed 14Feb44 on a training 
					flight near Baydon, WNW of Membury; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				75823 (MSN 4174) 347th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF, Pisa, Italy; Damaged 24Feb45 taxying at Pisa.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75824 (MSN 4175) 318th FS [63], 325th FG, 15th AF; 301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; 
					Crashed after engine failure into Adriatic Sea 10 miles off the coast of San Benedetto del Tronto, 
					Italy June 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out but drowned.  MACR 5639.
				75825 (MSN 4176) 66th FS [84], 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Crashed 26Dec44 at Prata, Italy; Pilot killed
				75826 (MSN 4177) 302nd FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Force landed 22May44 after 
					engine failure and destroyed near Casalnuovo, Italy.  Pilot survived.
				75827 (MSN 4178) 361st FS [QI-Y bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Dottie-K"
				75828 (MSN 4179) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Damaged 1Aug44 taxying at 
					Lignerolles; Straubing [R-68], Germany; Mid air collision 16Jun45 at Straubing.
				75829 (MSN 4180) 319th FS [29], 325th FG, 15th AF; "Ginger"; Shot down in combat and crashed into 
					Adriatic Sea March 28, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3512.
				75830 (MSN 4181) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Crashed after engine failure 
					into Adriatic Sea 10 miles N of Termoli, Italy June 26, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was missing.  MACR 7062.
				75831 (MSN 4182) 366th Service Squadron, 38th Service Group, 15th AF; Crashed 9Jul44 with mechanical failure 
					7 miles SW of Ramitelli, Italy; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				75832 (MSN 4183)	
				75833 (MSN 4184)	
				75834 (MSN 4185) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Hampshire, Station 404; Accident 14Apr44 landing at Chilbolton.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75835 (MSN 4186) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Damaged 22Jun44 taxying 
					at Saint-Pierre-du-Mont; Accident 12Aug44 landing at Saint-Pierre-du-Mont.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75836 (MSN 4187)	
				75837 (MSN 4188) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Crashed 19Dec44 after engine failure 
					on take-off at Grosseto.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75838 (MSN 4189) 317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed in bad weather into the Adriatic Sea off Ancona, Italy 
					May 12, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 4887.
				75839 (MSN 4190) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; Shot down by flak, 
					the pilot did not have time to evacuate the aircraft, which crashed in flames at Neuville-Saint-Vaast, 
					5km N of Arras, France April 1, 1944. Pilot killed.
				75840 (MSN 4191) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed 7Sep44 landing and destroyed 
					at Alto; Pilot killed
				75841 (MSN 4192) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, RAF Membury, Berkshire, Station 466; Damaged 4Feb44 taxying at Membury.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75842 (MSN 4193)	
				75843 (MSN 4194) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, RAF Wormingford, Essex, Station 159; Crash landed 10Mar44 on fire and 
					destroyed at Wormingford.  Pilot survived.
				75844 (MSN 4195) 397th FS [D3-D], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944
				75845 (MSN 4196) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Crash landed 5Jan45 at Metz.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75846 (MSN 4197) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, RAF Thruxton, Hampshire, Station 407; Damaged 23Apr44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-76183 taxying at Thruxton.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75847 (MSN 4198)	
				75848 (MSN 4199)	
				75849 (MSN 4200) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Azeville [A-7], France; Shot down by Bf 109 which ruptured 
					the fuel tank, the aircraft crashed near La Fresnaye-au-Sauvage, France July 18, 1944. The pilot 
					bailed out at 5,000ft wounded and evaded capture, returning to his unit mid-August 1944.  MACR 6874.
				75850 (MSN 4201) 369th FS [IV-J], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 351st FS [YJ-A], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Lonesome Polecat"; Crashed 4Mar44 near Nassogne, Belgium; Pilot killed. 
					The pilot was escorting another P-47 which was returning early with oxygen system malfunction. It is 
					possible that this pilot also suffered loss of oxygen as they were both in a turn and about to stall 
					before this aircraft disappeared into clouds and was not seen again, nor did the pilot answer the 
					radio calls to him.  MACR 2793.
				75851 (MSN 4202) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by flak S of Ancona, Italy April 8, 1944; Pilot bailed  
					out and became POW.  MACR 4229
				75852 (MSN 4203)	
				75853 (MSN 4204) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Crash landed 17Jul44 
					after engine failure at Cardonville [A-3], France.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75854	(MSN 4205)	301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Accident 13Jun44 
					while taxying in collision with P-47D 42-25320 landing at Ramitelli, Italy.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75855 (MSN 4206) 63rd FS [UN-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, Station 365; "Tony"; Boxted, Station 150; 
					Damaged 25Apr44 when ground looped at Boxted; Declared war weary; Detachment B, [5F-A], 65th Fighter Wing, 
					8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Tony"; Halesworth, Station 365; Accident 20Feb45 landing at Halesworth; 
					434th FS [L2-F bar], 479th FG, 8th AF, Wattisham, Station 377; Used as a hack [retained unit logo of 
					5th ERS on red/white/blue striped nose bands]
				75856 (MSN 4207) 351st FS [YJ-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Betts"; 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					Halesworth, Station 365; Declared war weary; Crashed 28Dec44 on take-off at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, Station 377
				75857 (MSN 4208) 351st FS [YJ-P], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Trisha"; 63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Boxted, Essex, Station 150; Crash landed 26Nov44 at Boxted.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired
				75858 (MSN 4209) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Crashed 31May44 two miles NNW of 
					Colerne, Wiltshire; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				75859 (MSN 4210) 63rd FS [UN-C], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; Shot down 
					by Fw 190A-8 flown by Fw Adolf Muller of JG 2/12 at Conches-en-Ouche, 16km SSW of Evreux, France  
					July 4, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6559
				75860 (MSN 4211) 487th FS [HO-Z], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Lucky Boy"; 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF; 
					"Shoo Shoo Baby"; On a dive bombing mission to Wahn, Germany, as the flight was rolling in to the 
					attack they were set upon by Fw 190's. Jettisoning his bombs, the pilot was shot down by Fw 190A-8 
					flown by a pilot of JG 2 at Wahn, Germany December 23, 1944; Pilot POW.  MACR 11446.
				75861 (MSN 4212) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed 5Jul44 into high ground at 
					St Albans Head, Worth Matravers, Dorset; Pilot killed
				75862 (MSN 4213) 389th FS [A6-L], 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], Basse-Normandie, France; Accident 23Aug44 
					landing at Saint-Pierre-du-Mont.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75863 (MSN 4214) 487th FS [HO-Y], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Pistol Packin' Mama"; 351st FS [YJ-V], 
					353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Damaged 27Jul44 taxying at RAF Fairford, Glos; Shot down by small 
					arms fire while strafing near Lille, France and crashed at Raimbeaucourt, 6km N of Douai, France 
					August 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.   MACR 8131
					Conflict: 
					64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Hit by flak, crashed into a building and destroyed by fire at 
					Castel Franco, Italy June 29, 1944; Pilot killed.
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				75864	(MSN 4215)	63rd FS [UN-Z], 56th FG, 8th AF, RAF Halesworth, Suffolk, Station 365; Destroyed by fire 16Mar44 during 
					maintenance start up at Halesworth
42-75865/76118		Republic P-47D-16-RE Thunderbolt
				75865 (MSN 4216)	
				75866 (MSN 4217) 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Crashed 18May44 on fire during a training 
					flight two miles NW of Raydon; Pilot bailed out and survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75867 (MSN 4218) 379th FS [B8-S], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; "Curtain Call'; Shot down by 
					flak at Betheny airfield, 2.5km N of Reims, France May 10, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 4647
				75868 (MSN 4219)	
				75869 (MSN 4220) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Accident 6May44 landing at Beaulieu.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75870 (MSN 4221) 63rd FS [UN-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by flak over 
					Sint-Truiden Airfieled, Sint-Truiden, Belgium August 15, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7599.
				75871 (MSN 4222) 84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 365th FG, 9th AF
				75872 (MSN 4223) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; During a strafing run on some tanks between Coutances and 
					La-Haye-Pesnel, France July 27, 1944, there was an explosion in the right wing root and the fighter 
					caught fire. Pulling up for altitude, the pilot bailed out at 3,000ft and the aircraft crashed west 
					of Coutances, France. Pilot survived, evaded capture and was back behind allied lines July 29, 1944.  MACR 7018.
				75873 (MSN 4224) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Greenham Common, Station 486; Crash landed 30Jan44 at Greenham 
					Common; Crash landed 1Mar44 at Greenham Common; 396th FS, Chièvres [A-84], Belgium; Accident 4Dec44 
					landing in collision with parked P-47D 42-76121 at Chièvres.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				75874 (MSN 4225) 83rd FS [HL-R], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 351st FS [YJ-F], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					RAF Raydon, Suffolk, Station 157; Damaged 13Aug44 on take-off in collision with P-47D 42-75875 at Raydon.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75875 (MSN 4226) 352nd FS [SX-M], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Stinky Poo 2nd" [named in 
					sympathy of the pilot's wife who was caring for their new baby back home]; "Miss Illini"; [SX-M bar], 
					"Gloria Ann"; Damaged 13Aug44 on take-off in collision with P-47D 42-75874 at Raydon; Declared war 
					weary; 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 1Apr45 when nosed over taxying at Boxted.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and washed out.
				75876 (MSN 4227) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Damaged 8Jun44 taxying in Italy.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75877 (MSN 4228)	
				75878 (MSN 4229) 65th FS [66], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Satan"
				75879 (MSN 4230) 318th FS [69], 325th FG, 15th AF; 346th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF
				75880 (MSN 4231) 301st FS, 332nd FG, 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Crashed 2Jun44 on take-off 
					and destroyed at Ramitelli.  Pilot survived
				75881 (MSN 4232)	
				75882 (MSN 4233) 7th AF; Battle damaged over Japan and salvaged at Kadena, Okinawa August 11, 1945.
				75883 (MSN 4234) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; On August 25, 1944 the aircraft took off on a mission against 
					Wewak. Returning from the mission, this P-47 became lost in bad weather and uncontrollable, 
					crashing near Josephstaal, New Guinea. Pilot bailed out and returned to his unit.  MACR 14349.
				75884 (MSN 4235)	
				75885 (MSN 4236) 310th FS [H 54], 58th FG, 5th AF; "The Pied Piper"
				75886 (MSN 4237)	
				75887 (MSN 4238) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Shot down by flak from Japanese ships in Mindoro Strait 
					December 26, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 12197
				75888 (MSN 4239) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crash landed 25Dec44 and turned over near Mindoro, Philippines.
				75889 (MSN 4240) Loaned to Fuerza Aérea Expedicionaria Mexicana for use in Philippines May45; Attached to 
					USAAF; Escuadrón Aéreo de Pelea 201 [11], 58th FG, 5th AF, Camp Porac, Luzon; Returned to USAAF; 
					Salvaged in Philippines post-VJ day.
				75890 (MSN 4241)	
				75891 (MSN 4242)	
				75892 (MSN 4243)	
				75893 (MSN 4244) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; On October 21, 1944 this was one of seven P-47 from the 
					311th FS "Tubby Flight" that took off from Noemfoor on a strike mission over Ceram. In their 
					eagerness to destroy the enemy the formation departed the target low on fuel. On their return 
					trip they encountered bad weather and while trying to orient themselves discovered that they were 
					unable to return to base. They all agreed to dive down through an opening in the clouds and 
					ditch their planes into the sea near Batanta Island, New Guinea; Pilot rescued. 
				75894 (MSN 4245) 39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF; 310th FS [H 38], 58th FG, 5th AF; Loaned to Fuerza Aérea 
					Expedicionaria Mexicana;  for use in Philippines May45; Attached to USAAF; Escuadrón Aéreo de 
					Pelea 201  FS [7], 58th FG, 5th AF, Camp Porac, Luzon; Crashed 17Jun45 after loss of engine 
					power during takeoff and destroyed by fire at Porac.
				75895 (MSN 4246)	
				75896 (MSN 4247)	
				75897 (MSN 4248)	
				75898 (MSN 4249)	
				75899 (MSN 4250) 301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 15Mar45 taxying at Nadzab #1, Morobe; Accident 31Mar45 landing at Nadzab #1.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75900 (MSN 4251) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, RAF Kingsnorth, Kent, Station 418; Damaged 26Apr44 taxying at Kingsnorth.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75901 (MSN 4252) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; "Billy Boy"; Mid air collision with P-47D 43-25487; Pilot bailed out.
				75902 (MSN 4253) 58th FG, 5th AF; Destroyed 4Jan45 in collision by P-47D 42-76048 landing at San Jose Strip, 
					Mindoro, Philippines.  Both aircraft w/o.
				75903 (MSN 4254)	
				75904 (MSN 4255)	
				75905 (MSN 4256) [1], 58th FG, 5th AF; "Racer"
				75906 (MSN 4257)	
				75907 (MSN 4258)	
				75908 (MSN 4259)	
				75909 (MSN 4260)	
				75910 (MSN 4261)	
				75911 (MSN 4262)	
				75912 (MSN 4263)	
				75913 (MSN 4264)	
				75914 (MSN 4265) 301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Accident 4Dec44 landing, New Guinea.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75915 (MSN 4266) 58th FG, 5th AF; Damaged by flak over Clark Field, Philippines January 3, 1945. Salvaged.
				75916 (MSN 4267) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 30Jan45 near Batangas City, Philippines; Pilot killed.
				75917 (MSN 4268)	
				75918 (MSN 4269) 58th FG, 5th AF; Shot down by flak 29May44 near Wewak Point, New Guinea; Pilot killed.
				75919 (MSN 4270)	
				75920 (MSN 4271) 342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF; Crashed after engine failure at Dulag Leyte, Phillippines 
					December 19, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 12186,
				75921 (MSN 4272) 5th AF; Took off on a ferry flight October 28, 1944, got lost and ran short on fuel. 
					Force landed gear up north of Weipa, QLD, Australia on the beach along with P-47D 42-23249. 
					The next day, a RAAF Ventura located them in a search, and the pilot was rescued. During December 
					1944, a US Army demolition team blew up the plane. Rob Staughton visited the site in 2000: 
					"The planes are in a very poor state. They are about 75 metres from the ocean and about 100 
					metres apart. One is more complete than the other, but there is still very little left. One has 
					its motor nearby, no propellor, the wings, engine exhaust and assorted pieces of aluminium sheet 
					lying around. The other has wings and a pile of pieces, nothing bigger than a shoe box, 
					that have been placed there by someone. Neither of them have a fuselage." The tail section was 
					salvaged by the Australian Army and later aquired by the Australian War Memorial. It is now in 
					storage at the Treloar Technology Centre, Mitchell, Canberra.
				75922 (MSN 4273) 39th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF; Crashed after ran out of fuel in bad weather into the 
					Sarangani Gulf, Philippines November 6, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACR 11192
				75923 (MSN 4274) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Shot down by flak from Japanese ships in Mindoro Strait 
					December 26-27, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 12198.
				75924 (MSN 4275)	
				75925 (MSN 4276)	
				75926 (MSN 4277)	
				75927 (MSN 4278) 9th FS, 49th FG, 5th AF; "Lady Katy"
				75928 (MSN 4279) 301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Missing 31Mar45 35 miles WNW of Nadzab; Pilot MIA.
				75929 (MSN 4280) 58th FG, 5th AF; Shot down by flak from Japanese ships in Mindoro Strait December 26-27, 1944; 
					Pilot rescued.
				75930 (MSN 4281) 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 9May44 near Saidor airfield, New Guinea; Pilot killed.
				75931 (MSN 4282) 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 16Dec44 after the pilot lost control in a flat spin over 
					Noemfoor Island, New Guinea; Pilot bailed out.
				75932 (MSN 4283) 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 26Dec44 on take-off at Hill Drome, Mindoro, Philippines.  Pilot OK
				75933 (MSN 4284) 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 30Apr44 on take off at Finschhafen, New Guinea.  Pilot OK
				75934 (MSN 4285)	
				75935 (MSN 4286) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; On October 21, 1944 this was one of seven P-47 from the 
					311th FS "Tubby Flight" that took off from Noemfoor on a strike mission over Ceram. In their eagerness to 
					destroy the enemy the formation departed the target low on fuel. On their return trip they 
					encountered bad weather and while trying to orient themselves discovered that they were unable 
					to return to base. They all agreed to dive down through an opening in the clouds and ditch 
					their planes into the sea near Batanta Island, New Guinea; Pilot rescued. 
				75936 (MSN 4287)	
				75937 (MSN 4288) 69th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed at Leyte, Philippines returning from a strafing mission 
					on a Japanese naval convoy off Mindoro in Mindoro Strait December 26-27, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 12199
				75938 (MSN 4289) 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 25Sep44 landing at Noemfoor Island, New Guinea.  Pilot OK
				75939 (MSN 4290) 340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF; "My Jeanne",  (310th FS, 58th FG) crashed on takeoff Nadzad, PHG 
					Mar 8, 1944.  Pilot OK
				75940 (MSN 4291) 342nd FS [56], 348th FG, 5th AF; On May 27, 1944 the aircraft took off from Wakde Airfield 
					on a patrol mission over the US Army forces on southern Biak. During the patrol, several Japanese 
					aircraft began strafing the American beach-head area. Spotted, the patrolling P-47s dove down to 
					intercept them. The pilot began chasing a Ki-43 Oscar inland but crashed into the ground and exploded. 
					The pilot was declared Missing In Action (MIA). MACR 6027.  On April 19, 1991, Bruce Fenstermaker 
					located this wreckage of this P-47 Thunderbolt while doing a search pattern with villagers from 
					Sauri through Makabo inland from the Bosnek beach-head area. The wreckage was found upside down 
					with the pilot's remains still in the cockpit. The tail stabilizer, with the US Army serial 
					number "275940" was clearly visible when discovered by a villager of Marcapol village who protected it, 
					and sent the site information to US Army Central Identification Laboratory in Hawaii.
				75941 (MSN 4292)	
				75942 (MSN 4293)	
				75943 (MSN 4294)	
				75944 (MSN 4295)	
				75945 (MSN 4296) 301st Airdrome Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF, Nadzab, Morobe, New Guinea; 
					Damaged 18Nov44 taxying at Nadzab #1; Damaged 14Mar45 taxying at Nadzab.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				75946 (MSN 4297)	
				75947 (MSN 4298)	
				75948 (MSN 4299)	
				75949 (MSN 4300)	
				75950 (MSN 4301)	
				75951 (MSN 4302) (1st Fighter Training Squadron, Fighter Training Command, 12th AF) crashed during wheels-up
					belly landing at Chateau-dun-du-Rhumel Airfield, Algeria Apr 20, 1944.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.	
				75952 (MSN 4303)	
				75953 (MSN 4304) 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed 19Jan45 at San Jose Strip, Mindoro, Philippines.
				75954 (MSN 4305)	
				75955 (MSN 4306) 310th FS [H 56], 58th FG, 5th AF; "My San Antonio Rose"
				75956 (MSN 4307)	
				75957 (MSN 4308) 302nd FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Damaged 27Jun44 
					taxying at Ramitelli; Lend-Lease to Armée de l'Air Française; Groupe de Chasse III/6 "Roussillon", 
					Crashed 23Dec44 at Istres-Le-Vallon, France
				75958 (MSN 4309) 318th FS [50], 325th FG, 15th AF; 301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; 
					Crashed after engine failure in the Adriatic Sea 15 miles N of Vis Island, Yugoslavia June 26, 1944;  MACR 7061.
					Pilot bailed out but was drowned.
				75959 (MSN 4310) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed due to engine failure after the right wing tank would not 
					release during aerial combat at Grünbach, Austria April 12, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4041.
				75960 (MSN 4311)	
				75961 (MSN 4312) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 SW of Viterbo, Italy March 3, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 2811.
				75962 (MSN 4313) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 SW of Viterbo, Italy March 3, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 2809.
				75963 (MSN 4314) Departed US 23Dec43; 86th FS [X 64], 79th FG, 12th AF; "Gow Job"; Shot down by flak during 
					a dive bombing run on a target near Bologna, crashed and exploded near Budrio, Italy April 21, 1945; 
					Pilot MIA. MACR 14070.  The wreckage was found and excavated on July 23, 2016; the pilot's remains were 
					found with the aircraft.
				75964 (MSN 4315) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Accident 23Apr44 landing at Alto.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75965 (MSN 4316) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Accident 11Jan45 landing at Grosseto.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75966 (MSN 4317) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged 24May44 taxying at Alto; Grosseto, 
					Tuscany, Italy; Accident 27Jan45 landing at Grosseto.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75967 (MSN 4318) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw Wulf Focke of JG 77/1 
					10 miles NW of Villaorba, Italy and crashed in Gulf of Venice January 30, 1944; Pilot bailed out 
					and was seen in his dinghy but not seen again.  MACR 2393.
				75968 (MSN 4319) HQ Squadron, 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed in Adriatic Sea 20 miles off coast of Ancona, Italy 
					February 8, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 3165.
				75969 (MSN 4320)	
				75970 (MSN 4321) 87th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Shot down by flak and crashed near Orvieto, Italy June 8, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 5452.
				75971 (MSN 4322) 317th FS [27], 325th FG, 15th AF; "Ruthless Ruthie" / "Lady Jane VI"; 301st FS, 332nd FG, 
					15th AF, Ramitelli, Campobasso, Italy; Lost on ferry mission, landed in error at Rome-Littorio 
					on 29th May 1944, apparently flying the correct distance on a ferry flight but with 180 deg wrong 
					direction. MACR 6921.  Pilot became POW. Luftwaffe [8+6], Rechlin, Germany; Evaluated by the Luftwaffe test 
					centre. [T9+LK], Zirkus Rosarius; Rechlin, Germany; October 12, 1944. Found by US troops at Göttingen 
					at the end of the war.
				75972 (MSN 4323) 65th FS [67], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Miss-Mi-Lovin"; Damaged by flak while attacking storage 
					tanks at Campo San Pierto, Italy March 7, 1945. A three foot hole in the left wing damaged the 
					aileron control but managed to fly at 4,000ft for 10 minutes before the engine failed and the 
					aircraft crashed near Sossano, Italy. Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 12906
				75973 (MSN 4324) 525th FS [22], 86th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Damaged 19Oct44 when ground 
					looped at Grosseto.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				75974 (MSN 4325)	
				75975 (MSN 4326) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged 25May44 taxying at Alto.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				75976 (MSN 4327) 319th FS [99], 325th FG, 15th AF; Crashed after engine failure into Adriatic Sea off 
					Ravenna, Italy February 14, 1944; Pilot taken POW.  MACR 2486.
				75977 (MSN 4328)	
				75978 (MSN 4329)	
				75979 (MSN 4330) 12th AF; Accident 24Jan44 landing and destroyed at Casablanca, Station 16, French Morocco.
					Pilot survived.
				75980 (MSN 4331) 87th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Crashed 5 miles NE of Gaeta, Italy May 25, 1944; Pilot MIA.
					MACR 4910.  
				75981 (MSN 4332) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Force landed 3Oct44 in bad weather 
					with fuel exhaustion at Reggio Calabria, Italy.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				75982 (MSN 4333) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down in aerial combat and crash landed S of Pardu, 
					Italy January 30, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 2571.
				75983 (MSN 4334)	
				75984 (MSN 4335)	
				75985 (MSN 4336)	
				75986 (MSN 4337) 64th FS [21], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Jose"; Shot down by flak, crashed and exploded at 
					Marano Sul Panaro, S of Modena and W of Vignola, Italy April 15, 1945; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
					MACR 13807.
				75987 (MSN 4338) 318th FS [44], 325th FG, 15th AF 
				75988 (MSN 4339) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF; "Dixie Doogle"
				75989 (MSN 4340) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed 2Jun44 on take-off and destroyed at Alto.
					Pilot survived.
				75990 (MSN 4341) 318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; (may have been with 319th FS); 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; 
					"Terry"; Crashed during a bomb run on a railway bridge NW of Stanghella, N of Rovigo, Italy 
					February 24, 1945; Pilot killed.
				75991 (MSN 4342)	
				75992 (MSN 4343) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed 4Aug44 on take-off and destroyed at Alto.
					Pilot survived.
				75993 (MSN 4344) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Damaged by flak while attacking a 
					target in Italy and headed home until the engine failed. The aircraft crashed in Venezia, Italy area 
					November 18, 1944. Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 9990.
				75994	(MSN 4345)	66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged by flak strafing the landing 
					grounds west of Viterbo, Italy and crashed 6 miles east of Viterbo May 16, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.
					MACR 4890.
				75995 (MSN 4346) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Shot down by a Fw 190A-8 flown by 
					Uffz Rudolf Wirtgen of JG 2/1 near Vejano, NE of Civitavecchia, 25km NW of Rome, Italy March 24, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 3643.
				75996 (MSN 4347) 317th FS [31], 325th FG, 15th AF; 347th FS, 350th FG, 12th AF; Crashed 10Mar45 after 
					engine failure and destroyed at Pisa, Italy.  Pilot survived.
				75997 (MSN 4348) 85th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; 87th FS; Saint-Raphaël/Frejus [Y-12], France; Damaged by 
					flak while strafing targets in the Rhône valley, attempted a crash landing but stalled, crashed 
					and exploded near Montbrison-sur-Lez, France August 28, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8381.
				75998 (MSN 4349)	
				75999 (MSN 4350)	
				76000 (MSN 4351) 12th AF; Crashed 4Jan44 landing and destroyed at Bari, Italy.  Pilot survived.
				76001 (MSN 4352) 525th FS [15], 86th FG, 12th AF.  (365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at 
					RAF High Halden, Kent, England Apr 26, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76002	 (MSN 4353)	
				76003 (MSN 4354) 525th FS [31], 86th FG, 12th AF, Tantonville [Y-1], France; Crashed 20Mar45 on take-off 
					and destroyed by fire at Tantonville.  Pilot survived.
				76004 (MSN 4355) 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Crashed 16May44 near Marigliano, Naples, Italy; Pilot killed,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				76005 (MSN 4356) 65th FS [41], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Doggie"
				76006 (MSN 4357) 66th FS [82], 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Shot down 25May44 by Fw 190 
					and crashed NW of Tarquinia, Italy; Pilot bailed out but died of his injuries.  MACR 5075.
				76007 (MSN 4358) 317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Shot down in aerial combat and crashed near Viterbo, 
					Italy March 3, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 3215.
				76008 (MSN 4359) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Damaged by small arms fire while 
					strafing a target at Sensano and crashed later near La Madonnina, Italy June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5788.
				76009 (MSN 4360)	
				76010 (MSN 4361)	
				76011 (MSN 4362) 64th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed and burned after a strafing 
					attack on a railway marshalling yard and a truck on a nearby road at Abbadia, Italy April 20, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 4517.
				76012 (MSN 4363) 65th FS [62], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Lucillle IV"; 66th FS; Accident 14Jun44 landing at Alto; 
					85th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF; Damaged 14Jun45 in collision with P-47D 42-75629 taxying at Malignano, SW 
					of Siena, Italy.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76013 (MSN 4364) 319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF; Accident 5May44 landing at Lesina, Italy; 65th FS, 57th FG, 
					12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed strafing a staff car at Molle Di Rufione, east of Cecina, Italy 
					June 7, 1944; The aircraft failed to pull up, hit the side of a knoll and exploded, killing the pilot.
					MACR 5787
				76014 (MSN 4365) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Shot down by flak over the landing 
					grounds west of Viterbo, Italy May 16, 1944; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  MACR 5422.
				76015 (MSN 4366) 86th FS [X 53], 79th FG, 12th AF; Combat damage from a Bf 109G-6 hit the oil reservoir, 
					covering the aircraft in black oil. Eventually the engine failed and the pilot was obliged to bail out, 
					the aircraft crashing about four miles N of Via Reggio, Italy July 13, 1944. The pilot made his way 
					through allied lines back to his unit.  MACR 6616.
				76016 (MSN 4367)	
				76017 (MSN 4368)	
				76018 (MSN 4369) 86th FS [X 54], 79th FG, 12th AF; "Hoosier Hotshot"; Crashed 2.5km SW of Merano, Italy after 
					being hit by a bomb blast while attacking a railway bridge January 27, 1945; Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					MACR 11812.
				76019 (MSN 4370) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Destroyed by fire 13Jul44 in a ground 
					accident at Alto.  Only ground crew involved and none were injured.
				76020 (MSN 4371)	
				76021 (MSN 4372) 317th FS [10], 325th FG, 15th AF; "Rocky"; 527th FS, 86th FG, 12th AF; Crashed 5Jul44 
					on take-off and destroyed at Capodichino, Naples, Italy.  Pilot survived.
				76022 (MSN 4373) 65th FS [49], 57th FG, 12th AF; "Harsh-Hit"; Crashed after being hit by its own bomb 
					blast caused by failure of the delayed action fuse when bombing the railway line at Lisiera, 
					Italy February 27, 1945; Pilot bailed out but was killed because he was too low for his parachute to open.
					MACR 12507.
				76023 (MSN 4374)	
				76024 (MSN 4375) 64th FS [11], 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Shot down by small arms fire 
					causing the aircraft to catch fire while strafing motor vehicles and crashed east of 
					San Benedetto Po, Italy April 23, 1945; Pilot bailed out but was probably killed when he hit the 
					tail of his aircraft and his parachute failed to open.  MACR 14016.
				76025 (MSN 4376) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Accident 1May44 landing at Alto; 
					Crashed 5Aug44 when stalled landing and destroyed by fire at Alto; Pilot killed.
				76026 (MSN 4377)	
				76027 (MSN 4378) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed 24Jun44 landing after engine 
					failure and destroyed at Alto; Pilot killed. 
				76028 (MSN 4379)	
				76029 (MSN 4380)	
				76030 (MSN 4381) 58th FG, 5th AF; Collided with P-47D 42-27878 and destroyed on the airstrip at 
					Lingayen, Luzon, Philippines.  Pilot survived.
				76031 (MSN 4382) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed into the Sulu Sea at night near McGuire Field, 
					San Jose, Mindoro, Philippines December 26-27, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 12191
				76032 (MSN 4383)	
				76033 (MSN 4384) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Missing on a test flight over Saidor Island, New Guinea 
					June 14, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 6381.
				76034 (MSN 4385)	
				76035 (MSN 4386) Accident near Townsville, New Guinea 17Feb44
				76036 (MSN 4387)	
				76037 (MSN 4388) 340th FS [17], 348th FG, 5th AF 
				76038 (MSN 4389)	
				76039 (MSN 4390) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crashed into the Bismarck Sea 25 miles N of Pommern Bay, 
					New Guinea June 16, 1944; Pilot killed.
				76040 (MSN 4391)	
				76041 (MSN 4392)	
				76042 (MSN 4393)	
				76043 (MSN 4394) 388th FS [C4-M], 365th FG, 9th AF; "Mike's Kite"
				76044 (MSN 4395)	
				76045 (MSN 4396)	
				76046 (MSN 4397) 341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF; 460th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF; Crashed in bad weather while on 
					a ferry flight near Malburg, Masbate, Phillippines March 22, 1945; Pilot MIA. MACR 13681.
				76047 (MSN 4398) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Crash landed 6Jan45 at San Jose Strip, Mindoro, Philippines.  Pilot OK
				76048 (MSN 4399) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Destroyed 4Jan45 in collision with P-47D 42-75902 landing at 
					San Jose Strip, Mindoro, Philippines.  Both aircraft w/o.
				76049 (MSN 4400) 348th FG, 5th AF 
				76050 (MSN 4401)	
				76051 (MSN 4402) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Damaged by flak and crash landed at Middleburg Island, 
					New Guinea October 21, 1944.
				76052 (MSN 4403)	
				76053 (MSN 4404) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; Damaged 17Feb44 taxying at Dobodura, New Guinea.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76054 (MSN 4405) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; "Cherokee Strip"; Crashed near Saidor, New Guinea May 20, 1944.
				76055 (MSN 4406) 311th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF
				76056 (MSN 4407)	
				76057 (MSN 4408)	
				76058 (MSN 4409)	
				76059 (MSN 4410) 310th FS [H 34], 58th FG, 5th AF; On April 11, 1944 the aircraft took off from Saidor Airfield 
					on a mission over Wewak to search for three Missing In Action (MIA) aircraft from the 311th FS: 
					P-47D "Cowtown Cyclone" 42-75289, P-47D 42-22953 and P-47D "Fascinatin' Phil' 42-75291. 
					Ten miles southwest of Wewak, New Guinea, flying at 400', the flight spotted an odd looking 
					white area on the side of a mountain and dove down to check it. The aircraft crashed into the jungle, 
					catching fire and killing the pilot.
				76060 (MSN 4411) 310th FS, 58th FG, 5th AF; On 20 February 1945 a two-aircraft flight was sent to cover 
					the C-47 route along northern Cebu. They arrived at their designated patrol area and began their 
					patrol flying at 3,500 feet. The pilot called his leader and stated that his oil pressure was 
					down to zero. He then pulled up to about 3,800 feet and stepped out of his plane 10 miles NE of 
					Bantayan Island, Philippines. The parachute never completely opened and trailed out behind the 
					pilot until he hit the water. The parachute could be seen in the water but after about one minute 
					the chute had disappeared and nothing else could be seen at that location. Two native boats in 
					the vicinity of Bantayan Island were seen to start for the scene of the accident. Later efforts 
					by the 58th Group, the PBYs and the native boats failed to locate any trace of the pilot or his plane; 
					he was officially missing in action. MACR 12257.
				76061 (MSN 4412) 65th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Alto, Folelli, Corsica; Crashed 4May44 on take-off when a bomb 
					fell off and exploded, destroying the aircraft at Alto; Pilot killed.
				76062 (MSN 4413) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Shot down by flak and crashed in 
					flames in the park of the Château de Versailles, west of Paris, France June 5, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 6195.
				76063 (MSN 4414)	
				76064 (MSN 4415) 511th FS [K4-J], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed 19May44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Christchurch, possibly in collision with P-47D 42-76091.
				76065 (MSN 4416) 2nd Advanced Air Depot, 9th AF, Villacoublay [A-42], France; Crash landed 12Dec44 with 
					engine failure at Villacoublay.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76066 (MSN 4417) 360th FS [PI-A], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Damaged 15Oct44 
					taxying at Martlesham Heath; repaired and transferred to 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by 
					flak on a dive bombing run at Bergisch Gladbach, 3 miles NE of Cologne, Germany February 16, 1945; 
					Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACR 12438.					
				76067 (MSN 4418)	
				76068 (MSN 4419) 397th FS [D3-G], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944
				76069 (MSN 4420)	
				76070 (MSN 4421) 411th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Crashed 4Nov44 landing in collision 
					with taxying P-47D 42-28897 at Le Culot.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76071 (MSN 4422) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Crashed 9Jul44 five miles 
					west of Montebourg, France.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76072 (MSN 4423) 378th FS [G8-J], 362nd FG, 9th AF 
				76073 (MSN 4424) 404th FS [9Q-D], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415
				76074 (MSN 4425) 82nd FS [MX-H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by a Fw 190A-8 flown 
					by Lt Wilhelm Fofmann of JG 26/8 over Saarbrucken, turned on its back and disappeared together 
					with the Fw 190 below the undercast, and crashed at Graach, near Traben-Trarbach, Germany April 13, 1944; 
					Pilot POW.  MACR 3752.
				76075 (MSN 4426) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Shot down by flak at Tessy-sur-Vire, 
					France July 28, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8048
				76076 (MSN 4427) 379th FS [B8-3], 362nd FG, 9th AF; "Wheelboy" Artwork - Mickey Mouse holding an apple / "Tennessee 
					Cannonball'; 510th FS [2Z-M], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Touch of Texas" - artwork of 
					a snake head; Ophoven [Y-32], Belgium; Crash landed 14Feb45 with fuel exhaustion near Opglabbeek, Belgium.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76077 (MSN 4428) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Shot down by flak while strafing a 
					railway line 7km north of Mantes at Follainville-Dennemont, 4km N of Mantes-la-Jolie, France 
					June 21, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6211
				76078 (MSN 4429)	
				76079 (MSN 4430) 365th FG, 9th AF
				76080 (MSN 4431) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Mid air collision 21May44 with 
					P-47D 42-75818 and crash landed at Chilbolton.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76081	(MSN 4432)	404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by 
					Lt Wilhelm Hofmann of JG 26/8 at Cormeilles, 10km NE of Lisieux, France June 8, 1944; Pilot MIA.
					MACR 5876.
				76082 (MSN 4433)	
				76083 (MSN 4434) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; Shot down by flak and crashed on 
					fire near Saint-Martin-Don, 6km W of Le Bény-Bocage, France July 4, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was MIA.
					MACR 6659.
				76084 (MSN 4435) 506th FS [4K-G], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; 508th FS [7J-L], 404th FG, 9th AF, 
					Juvincourt [A-68], France; Accident 19Sep44 landing at Juvincourt.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired
				76085 (MSN 4436) 84th FS [WZ-U], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, 
					Aachen [Y-46], Germany; Damaged 28Mar45 taxying at Aachen.
				76086 (MSN 4437) 397th FS [D3-F], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; "Hellraiser"; 
					Cardonville [A-3], France; Shot down by flak and crashed near Saint-Pierre-du-Bû, Falaise, France 
					August 17, 1944; Pilot bailed out and returned to his unit.
				76087 (MSN 4438) 388th FS [C4-I], 365th FG, 9th AF; "Madeline"; Shot down by flak 6 miles SE of Düren, Germany 
					February 23, 1945; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 12639
				76088 (MSN 4439) 487th FS [HO-E bar], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; Crash landed 3Mar44 at Bodney; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron [VM-P], 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, RAF Atcham, 
					Shropshire, Station 342; Mid air collision 16Jun44 with P-47D 42-75138, 25 miles SE of Atcham
				76089 (MSN 4440) 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Accident 21May44 at Chilbolton, Station 404, 
					Hampshire; 510th FS [2Z-H], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416
				76090 (MSN 4441) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Vitry-le-Francois [A-67], France; Damaged 17Sep44 in 
					collision with P-47D 42-27245 taxying at Vitry-le-François; Verdun/Etain [A-82], France; 
					Damaged 8Oct44 on take-off at Verdun.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76091 (MSN 4442) 511th FS [K4-P], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed 19May44 on take-off 
					and destroyed at Christchurch, possibly in collision with P-47D 42-76064.
				76092 (MSN 4443)	
				76093 (MSN 4444) 62nd FS [LM-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged 4Jun44 taxying at RAF Boxted, 
					Essex, Station 150.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76094 (MSN 4445) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Azeville [A-7], France; "Little Akorn" [the pilot was Lavern R Alcorn - 
					his schoolmates called him Akorn]; Shot down by flak at L'Oudon, 3km S of Saint-Pierre-sur-Dives, NE of 
					Falaise, France August 13, 1944. Having made a bomb run on a flak emplacement, one of the bombs 
					hung up so the pilot went around for a second pass. The aircraft was hit, filling the cockpit 
					with smoke. The aircraft rolled over and the pilot bailed out at 1,500ft. The pilot evaded capture 
					with the help of French civilians fleeing the battle area until rescued by advancing Canadian troops 
					late August 1944.  MACR 8023.
				76095 (MSN 4446)	
				76096 (MSN 4447) 62nd FS [LM-E], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; 
					Damaged 19Nov44 taxying at Boxted; HQ Squadron, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Saffron Walden, Station 370; 
					Accident 24Dec44 landing at RAF Debden, Essex, Station 356.
				76097 (MSN 4448)	
				76098 (MSN 4449) 396th FS [C2-O], 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; "Dragon Lady"; Mid air 
					collision with P-47D 42-26279 and crashed at Le Mesnil-Villeman, E of Granville, France June 22, 1944; Pilot POW.
					MACR 6640.
				76099 (MSN 4450) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; Damaged 8Oct44 taxying at Dole.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76100 (MSN 4451) 388th FS, 365th FG, AF, Chièvres [A-84], Belgium; Damaged by flak and preparing to bail 
					out when attacked by three Bf 109 fighters and shot down in flames, crashing near Thillombois, 
					France November 6, 1944. The pilot bailed out and landed behind allied lines. Slightly, injured, 
					he was picked up by a Piper L-4 Grasshopper and flown back to base.  
				76101 (MSN 4452) 360th FS [PI-O], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Accident 19May44 landing 
					at Martlesham Heath.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76102 (MSN 4453) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Force landed 12Jun44 after engine failure 
					and destroyed near Penshurst, Kent.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76103 (MSN 4454) 351st FS [YJ-S bar], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Cookie II"; 410th FS, 373rd FG, 
					9th AF, Venlo [Y-55], Netherlands; Mid air collision 11Mar45 25 miles SW of Le Culot, Belgium.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76104 (MSN 4455) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Returning from a training mission, 
					the pilot pulled too tight in the traffic pattern, the aircraft stalled and crashed off the end of 
					the runway at Metz January 1, 1945. The pilot died in hospital January 4, 1945. A fuel truck driver 
					was also fatally injured by the propeller hub from the disintegrating aircraft.
				76105 (MSN 4456) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Shot down by flak and crash 
					landed 100 feet from an enemy command post west of Saint-Lô, France July 23, 1944; Pilot became POW.
					MACR 7790.
				76106 (MSN 4457) 406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Damaged 28Mar44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-76263 taxying at RAF Ibsley, Station 347, Hampshire.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76107 (MSN 4458)	
				76108 (MSN 4459) 511th FS [K4-U], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Accident 4Sep44 landing at Châteaudun [A-39], France.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76109 (MSN 4460)	
				76110 (MSN 4461) 494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF; Damaged by flak at Rheydt, Germany and headed home but crashed 
					near Amelm, Germany December 2, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 10823.
				76111 (MSN 4462)	
				76112 (MSN 4463) 359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 506th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF, 
					Winkton, Station 414; Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; Crash landed 31Mar45 after engine failure at Sint-Truiden.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76113 (MSN 4464) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, RAF Kingsnorth, Kent, Station 418; Crashed 6Jun44 landing and 
					destroyed at Kingsnorth.  Pilot survived.
				76114 (MSN 4465) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Damaged 22Apr44 taxying at Chilbolton; 
					395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by 88mm flak while strafing trucks near St Vith, Belgium 
					December 25, 1944; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 11430.
				76115 (MSN 4466) 397th FS [D3-X], 368th FG, 9th AF; "Kit-Han-Ne" / "Vera Mae"; Mid air collision with 
					P-47D 42-26937 near Bad Münstereifel and crashed at Schmidt, Germany October 4, 1944; Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.  MACR 9642.
				76116 (MSN 4467) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Crashed after engine failure near 
						Quettehou, S of Barfleur, France June 17, 1944; Pilot Killed.  MACR 6058
				76117 (MSN 4468)	
				76118 (MSN 4469) 62nd FS [LM-R], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Lancaster Lil"; Boxted, Station 150; 
					Damaged 28Apr44 in collision with P-47D 42-76250 taxying at Boxted; Shot down by flak while strafing 
					trucks at Argueil and crashed at Héricourt-sur-Thérain, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed. MACR 5495.
					Relics from the crash, including the nose art, are on display at the Musée de l’Aviation, Warluis, France.
42-76119/76364		Republic P-47D-15-RE Thunderbolt
				76119 (MSN 4470) 509th FS [G9-A], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Crashed 9Sep44 on take-off and destroyed at Coulommiers [A-58], France.  Pilot survived.
				76120 (MSN 4471) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; Beaulieu, Station 408; 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, 
					Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; Crashed in bad weather near Château-Salins, 18 miles NE of Nancy, France 
					November 9, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 10193.
				76121 (MSN 4472) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; Beaulieu, Station 408; Accident 21May44 when nosed over 
					taxying at Beaulieu; Chièvres [A-84], Belgium; Damaged 4Dec44 while parked in collision by P-47D 
					42-75873 at Chièvres; Fritzlar [Y-86], Germany; Crashed 25Jun45 after engine failure 20 miles SE 
					of Fritzlar; Pilot bailed out.
				76122 (MSN 4473) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Damaged by flak SW of 
					Marigny, France and flew until the aircraft caught fire, crashing 2.5km S of Carantilly, France 
					July 26, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded and became POW.  MACR 7483.
				76123 (MSN 4474) 378th FS [G8-K], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Shot down by flak at Brix, 11km S 
					of Cherbourg, France June 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6209
				76124 (MSN 4475) 406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Damaged 25Aug44 taxying at 
					Beuzeville; 514th FS [O7-L], 406th FG, 9th AF, Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Crashed 6Feb45 on take-off at Metz.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76125 (MSN 4476) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Hants, Station 408; Accident 31Mar44 landing at Beaulieu; 
					Damaged by an in-flight engine fire, crash-landed and destroyed by fire at Beaulieu, Hants, June 2, 1944.
					Pilot survived.
				76126 (MSN 4477) 361st FS [QI-O], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by flak N of 
					Gifhorn, 20 miles N of Brunswick, Germany April 11, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 3755.
				76127 (MSN 4478) 387th FS [B4-U], 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; "Turnip Termite"; The pilot 
					was strafing a German convoy of armored vehicles on June 7, 1944 when a hit by ground fire caused 
					the propeller to overspeed. The pilot force landed behind Omaha Beach at Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer, 
					Normandy, France. Climbing from the cockpit he made contact with troops from the 834th Engineer 
					Aviation Battalion who had been clearing a minefield above Omaha Beach. The aircraft, skidding 
					along the ground, had swept more than one hundred yards clear of mines. The pilot was advised to 
					back track along the furrow left by the P-47 and he was back at Beaulieu two weeks later. 
					The pilot was the first American pilot to land safely on liberated ground. 
				76128 (MSN 4479) 361st FS [QI-B], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Declared war weary; 
					551st Fighter Training Squadron, 495th Fighter Training Group, 8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; 
					Crashed 16Aug44 after losing control at Fenns Bank, SW of Whitechurch, Salop; Pilot bailed out and 
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76129 (MSN 4480) 361st FS [QI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Betty"; 506th FS [4K-F], 
					404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; "Misfit"
				76130 (MSN 4481) 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; Shot down by FW 190A-8 and crashed 
					in flames near Flers, 6km E of Vire, France July 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6643.
				76131 (MSN 4482) 82nd FS [MX-Q bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Damaged 11May44 by flak 
					during a strafing run on the airfield at Dijon, causing a loss of engine oil pressure. The pilot 
					bailed out 30 miles NW of Dijon, his aircraft crashed and destroyed by fire at Mussy-la-Fosse, France. 
					The pilot was taken POW.  MACR 4693.
				76132 (MSN 4483) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Shot down by flak and crash 
					landed at Fleury-la-Rivière, 8km NW of Épernay, France August 8, 1944; Pilot evaded capture.  MACR 8227.
				76133 (MSN 4484) 511th FS [K4-D], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Damaged by flak and crashed 
					at Mamers or Longny-au-Perche, E of Alençon, France May 23, 1944; Pilot killed.
				76134 (MSN 4485) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chièvres [A-84], Belgium; Mid air collision 12Nov44 over 
					Lake Virelles near Chimay, Belgium.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76135 (MSN 4486) 360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by 
					Ofw Gerhard Vogt of JG 26/5 1km N of Buzancy, 7km S of Soissons, France April 27, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 4413
				76136 (MSN 4487) converted to 2-seater for use by 365th FG	
				76137 (MSN 4488) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak at Gross-Vernich near Erftstadt, Germany 
					October 26, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.  MACR 9624.
				76138 (MSN 4489) 379th FS [B8-U], 362nd FG, 9th AF; RAF Wormingford, Essex, Station 159; "Dudge"; [B8-H], Crash 
					landed 23Mar44 with fuel exhaustion at Wormingford.
				76139 (MSN 4490)	
				76140 (MSN 4491) 374th FS [B7-W], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Sweet Thing"; 
					376th FS [E9-W], 361st FG; 350th FS [LH-D bar], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; 
					Damaged 5Oct44 with a burst tire landing at Raydon; 67th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Walcot Hall, 
					Stamford, Station 372; Damaged 3Feb45 by mechanical failure taxying at Boreham, Station 161.
				76141 (MSN 4492) 84th FS [WZ-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 350th FS [LH-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, 
					Raydon, Station 157; "Mud n' Mules" (L&R) - artwork, front of mule (L), rear end (R); [LH-Q bar], 
					"Mud n' Mules" (L) / "Arkansas Traveller" (R); Declared war weary; 23rd FS [7U-Z], 36th FG, 
					9th AF, Kassel/Rothwesten [R-12], Germany; Crashed 27Jul45 near Kassel.
				76142 (MSN 4493) 406th FS [4W-E], 371st FG, 9th AF, Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; Crashed 29Oct44 on 
					take-off and destroyed at Dole.
				76143 (MSN 4494)	
				76144 (MSN 4495) 365th FG, 9th AF 
				76145 (MSN 4496) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; Shot down by 
					flak and crashed at La Chantellerie, 3.5km SW of Ruillé-en-Champagne, W of Le Mans, France 
					June 13, 1944; Pilot killed [the Polish pilot had fought with the Polish AF in the defence of 
					Warsaw; after escaping from the Russians, he volunteered to join the Royal AF and completed 
					two tours with a Polish squadron before joining the USAAF].  MACR 15086
				76146 (MSN 4497) 359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369 
				76147 (MSN 4498) 83rd FS [HL-I], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 360th FS [PI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, 
					Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed 9Apr44 and destroyed near Burston, Norfolk; Pilot killed.
				76148 (MSN 4499) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, Kent, Station 411; Accident 22May44 landing at High Halden.
				76149 (MSN 4500) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Laon/Couvron [A-70], France; Damaged 9Nov44 in collision with 
					P-47D 44-19880 and 42-26003 taxying at Laon-Convron; Shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by Ofhr Johann Spahn 
					of JG 26/8 west of Koblenz and crashed 4 miles S of Schleiden, Germany January 14, 1945; Pilot bailed 
					out wounded and became POW.  MACR 11769.
				76150 (MSN 4501) 391st FS [A8-J], 366th FG, 9th AF; "Topsy"; The aircraft attacked a column of tanks and 
					trucks along a road near a castle on the edge of Hurtgen Forest and was shot at by flak, crashing 
					near Schloss Merode, 6km W of Düren, Germany November 17, 1944. The pilot was MIA.  MACR 10873
				76151 (MSN 4502) 510th FS [2Z-L], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Peg O' My Heart"
				76152 (MSN 4503) 365th FG, 9th AF
				76153 (MSN 4504) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Damaged by flak while strafing 
					a gun position east of Paris, France August 8, 1944. Headed back to base but crashed between 
					Caen and Lisieux, France. Pilot bailed out and returned to his unit.  MACR 8228
				76154 (MSN 4505) 377th FS [E4-G], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Shot down by flak pulling 
					off the target and damaging the engine. The aircraft hit a tree when crash landed at Belval, 6km E of 
					Coutances, France June 11, 1944. Pilot was knocked unconcious but evaded capture until the area 
					was liberated and returned to England July 29, 1944.  
				76155 (MSN 4506)	
				76156 (MSN 4507) 397th FS [D3-T], 368th FG, 9th AF; 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; 
					"Black Magic"; Shot down while strafing an airfield at Dijon, caught fire, crashed and exploded at 
					Longvic, Dijon, France August 25, 1944; Pilot bailed out and taken POW. The pilot was later being 
					transported to a POW camp when the train was attacked by P-51 Mustangs. In the confusion, the pilot 
					escaped and found his way back to allied lines, returning to England by mid-September 1944.  MACR 8415.
				76157 (MSN 4508) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, Kent, Station 411; Crashed 22Jun44 on 
					take-off at High Halden. Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76158 (MSN 4509)	
				76159 (MSN 4510)	
				76160 (MSN 4511) 365th FG, 9th AF 
				76161 (MSN 4512) 506th FS [4K-N], 404th FG, 9th AF, RAF Winkton, Dorsetshire, Station 414; Crashed 2Jun44 after engine 
					failure on take-off at Winkton.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76162 (MSN 4513)	
				76163 (MSN 4514) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak at Schillingen, Germany December 25, 1944; Pilot killed.		
					MACR 1156.
				76164 (MSN 4515) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak at Geilenkirchen, Germany September 21, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 9107.
				76165 (MSN 4516) 83rd FS [HL-C], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Declared war weary
				76166 (MSN 4517) 511th FS [K4-Y], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Moon"s Folly"; 
					Crashed 10Jun44 on take-off at Christchurch.
				76167 (MSN 4518) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 near Kaiserlautern, Germany April 24, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4213.
				76168 (MSN 4519) 359th FS [OC-R], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Morphine Sue"; 
					Shot down by Bf 109G-6/AS flown by Hptm Theodor Weissenberger of JG 5/1 Stab at Etinehem, 
					17 miles east of Amiens, and crashed on fire at Morlancourt, 3km W of Bray-sur-Somme, France June 8, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  MACR 5569
				76169 (MSN 4520) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; "Stud"
				76170 (MSN 4521) 365th FG, 9th AF
				76171 (MSN 4522) 360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369
				76172 (MSN 4523) 404th FS [9Q-N], 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Shot down by anti-aircraft fire, 
					crashed in flames and exploded near La Bergerie, SE of Pont-Bellanger, France July 30, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 8542
				76173 (MSN 4524)	
				76174 (MSN 4525)	
				76175 (MSN 4526) 61st FS [HV-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Big Dick II"; Declared war weary; 
					Detachment B, [5F-D], 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Big Dick II"; 5th Emergency Rescue 
					Squadron, 65th Fighter Wing, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Mid air collision 8Apr45 with P-47D 
					42-74705 during mock combat and crashed into Fritton Lake, Somerleyton, Suffolk; Pilot killed
				76176 (MSN 4527) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Laon/Couvron [A-70], France; Damaged 28Nov44 taxying at 
					Laon-Couvron; Lost 1Jan45.
				76177 (MSN 4528) 361st FS [QI-P], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Mad Wolves"; 
					Damaged 20Jun44 landing with a punctured tail wheel and pulled off the runway at Martlesham Heath, 
					then was struck by another landing P-47D, 42-22488 which brushed its wing tip against this aircraft. 
					Damaged by flak while strafing an airfield 20 miles SW of Kassel, Germany and crashed 2km SE of 
					Schiffelbach, 25km NE of Marburg, Germany October 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was captured and 
					then executed October 15, 1944.  MACR 9264
				76178 (MSN 4529)	
				76179 (MSN 4530) 61st FS [HV-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Little Chief" [named for 
					baseball team (Anderson IA), pilot was a player in 1938]; Declared war weary; HQ & HQ Squadron, 
					8th Fighter Command, 8th AF, Charleroi [A-87], Belgium; Damaged 21Feb45 when nosed over taxying at Charleroi.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, washed out.
				76180 (MSN 4531)	
				76181 (MSN 4532) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 and 
					crashed 5km NW of Louviers, France August 19, 1944; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 8508.
				76182 (MSN 4533) 404th FS [9Q-X], 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Accident 11Jul44 landing at 
					Beuzeville; Accident 12Aug44 landing at Beuzeville.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76183 (MSN 4534) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged 23Apr44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-75846 taxying at Thruxton; Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Damaged 9Aug44 on take-off at 
					Saint-Pierre-du-Mont; Laon/Couvron [A-70], France; Destroyed by fire 4Oct44 at Laon-Couvron.
				76184 (MSN 4535) 84th FS [WZ-H bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; During a bombing run on a 
					bridge at Montdidier enemy fighters were seen about to attack the aircraft. Probably damaged in combat, 
					the aircraft force landed 2km NW of Broyes, France June 7, 1944. Pilot was captured and became POW.  MACR 5498.
				76185 (MSN 4536) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Shot down by flak near 
					Boucé, SW of Argentan, France August 12, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed trying to escape.  MACR 7644
				76186 (MSN 4537) 412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Modified as a two-seat hack; 
					Redesignated TP-47D; Mid air collision 12Dec44 20 miles S of Le Culot.
				76187 (MSN 4538) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by 
					Maj Klaus Mietusch of JG 26/3 Stab at Goderville, destroying the instrument panel, the engine started 
					smoking, went into a spin and crashed at Bolbec, 15 miles NE of Le Havre, France June 8, 1944. 
					The pilot bailed out at 8,000ft and evaded capture until meeting British liberating forces August 18, 1944.
					MACR 6011
				76188 (MSN 4539) 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; Shot down by flak S of Argentan, 
					crashed and exploded at Lande-de-Lougé, next to Lougé-sur-Maire, W of Argentan, France August 16, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out, landed safely and was seen to take cover but was found dead a few days later.  MACR 8513.
				76189 (MSN 4540) 350th FS [LH-V], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Nebraska Wildcat"; [LH-L bar]
				76190 (MSN 4541)	
				76191 (MSN 4542) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; During an attack on a truck and 
					horse-drawn cart the aircraft is hit by concussion from its own bomb blast, crashes, explodes and 
					burns at La Delinière, 1km S of Saint-Barthélemy, 5km NW of Mortain, France July 31, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 7921.
				76192 (MSN 4543) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Damaged 18Mar44 taxying at Chilbolton; 
					366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Damaged 16Jul44 taxying at Cretteville.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76193 (MSN 4544)	
				76194 (MSN 4545) 397th FS [D3-K], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Shot down by flak and crashed 
					at the Frandemiche coal mining museum, Le Molay-Littry, 13km SW of Bayeux, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5716.
				76195 (MSN 4546) 352nd FS [SX-Y], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Scotty Bill" [named after the 
					pilot's two best friends]; Combat damaged 11May44 by a Fw 190; "The Mole" / "Lucky" / "Father Bill"; 
					Shot down by flak and crashed in flames at Meulers, 14km SE of Dieppe, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5504.  Report that it was converted to 2 seater for use by XIX TAC is presumably incorrect
				76196 (MSN 4547) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, Kent, Station 411; Crashed 31May44 on take-off 
					at High Halden.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76197	 (MSN 4548)	
				76198 (MSN 4549) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF
				76199	(MSN 4550)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Damaged by flak at Busigny, France, 
					headed home but crash landed at La Terrière, 15km S of Cambrai, France May 19, 1944; Pilot survived and became POW.
					MACR 4969.
				76200 (MSN 4551) 511th FS [K4-L], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Damaged 25Aug44 when ground looped after engine failure at Picauville; 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by a Bf 109 and crashed near Düsseldorf, Germany November 21, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 10569
				76201 (MSN 4552) 359th FS [OC-C], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 390th FS, 366th FG, 
					9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Gefr Walter Hromada of JG 3/8 at 
					Caumont-l'Evente, SE of Saint-Lô, France June 10, 1944; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  MACR 5681.
				76202 (MSN 4553) 404th FS [9Q-S], 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Accident 27Aug44 landing 
					at Châteaudun [A-39], France; 334th Service Squadron, 309th Service Group, 9th AF, Straubing [R-68], Germany; 
					Accident 14May45 landing at Straubing; 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Straubing [R-68], Germany; 
					Damaged 24Jun45 taxying at Giessen [Y-84], Germany.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76203 (MSN 4554) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; The pilot was bombing a railway embankment 
					at low level, his aircraft being hit by premature bomb explosions and crashed at Saint-Sauveur-de-Pierrepont, 
					France June 6, 1944; Pilot evaded capture.  MACR 5530
				76204 (MSN 4555) 360th FS [PI-J], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Jeanie-Janet"; [PI-F], 
					"Bright Eyes"
				76205 (MSN 4556) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Crashed 15Jun44 on take-off at 
					Cardonville [A-3], France.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76206 (MSN 4557) 359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, 
					RAF Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Destroyed 6Jul44 by a bomb blast at Headcorn.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					destroyed by fire.
				76207 (MSN 4558) 396th FS [C2-F], 368th FG, 9th AF; Chilbolton, Station 404; Crash landed England
				76208 (MSN 4559) 359th FS [OC-J], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Lady Luck"; "Dodie Darlin'"; 
					The vertical stabilizer was badly damaged by cannon fire from a Me 262. The pilot headed back to 
					base but was bounced by nine Bf 109s which chased the P-47 down to the ground where the aircraft 
					was force landed 20 miles east of Osnabrück, Germany November 8, 1944. The pilot was captured and taken POW.
					MACR 10429.
				76209 (MSN 4560) 366th FS [IA-X], 358th FG, 9th AF; High Halden, Station 411; "Joker"; Shot down in 
					aerial combat and crashed south of Gisay-la-Coudre, 16km S of Bernay, France June 27, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out but killed when his parachute did not open.  MACR 6190.  Another paper in the MACR 
					has the aircraft being shot down by enemy fighter 10 km S of Bernay, but there is no German record of this loss
				76210 (MSN 4561) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Azeville [A-7], France; Shot down by flak at Saint-Hilaire-de-Briouze, 
					E of Flers, France August 7, 1944. During an attack on German tanks, the fighter was hit by 88mm gunfire, 
					slamming the rudder pedal into the pilot's leg, blowing off the canopy and starting a fire in the cockpit. 
					The P-47 pitched up into a steep climb, high enough for the pilot to bail out at 3,000ft. Wounded 
					and taken prisoner to hospital in Paris but with help from Free French resistance fighters he 
					was hidden when the Germans evacuated and liberated when American forces arrived August 27, 1944.  MACR 7849.
				76211 (MSN 4562) 359th FS [OC-C], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, Station 369; "Princess Jocelyn"; 
					Crash landed 26Feb44 at Martlesham Heath while returning from training flight; Pilot killed.
				76212 (MSN 4563) 397th FS [D3-U], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; "Junior"; 
					Cardonville [A-3], France; Damaged by German tank fire and crashed on fire at Dangy, SW of Saint-Lô, 
					France July 27, 1944; Pilot bailed out badly wounded, having had his left arm severed below 
					the elbow by a flak shell, arrested and taken to hospital in Paris until liberated by American 
					troops August 26, 1944.  MACR 7486.
				76213 (MSN 4564) 61st FS [HV-B], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Loaded/Betty"
				76214 (MSN 4565) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Gosfield, Station 154; Accident 23Feb44 landing at Gosfield; 
					Declared war weary; Forced landed with engine failure near Cochem, Germany April 19, 1945. The pilot 
					was one of two who had taken a war-weary aircraft to visit an injured squadron pilot, recently 
					liberated from a POW camp. The squadron maintenance officer had suggested not to bother bringing 
					the war-weary aircraft back. The other pilot deliberately force landed and then hitched a ride 
					with his wingman. As the two pilots flew back to base in this aircraft the engine suddenly 
					stopped and the aircraft was force landed in a plowed field. The pilot was slightly injured but, 
					with his passenger, returned to base with the help of some allied combat engineers.
				76215 (MSN 4566) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged by the debris of an explosion 
					from a locomotive while strafing a railway marshalling yard at Argentan, France. The pilot headed 
					back towards allied lines but the engine seized from lack of oil and crashed after the engine 
					failed at Houlgate, NE of Caen, France April 9, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 2,000ft and became POW.  MACR 4105.
				76216 (MSN 4567) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Greenham Common, Station 486; Crash landed 7Mar44 near Whitchurch, 
					Shropshire.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76217 (MSN 4568) 388th FS [C4-D], 365th FG, 9th AF 
				76218 (MSN 4569)	
				76219 (MSN 4570) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF; "Ida No"; Damaged by flak and crashed after the engine 
					failed 10 miles SSW of Belfort France October 14, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 9647
				76220 (MSN 4571) 359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Damaged in aerial combat 
					and crashed 1km SE of Beuvardes, 10km NE of Château-Thierry, France April 27, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 4326.
				76221 (MSN 4572) 83rd FS [HL-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Mid air collision 28Aug44 at Duxford.
				76222 (MSN 4573)	
				76223 (MSN 4574) 360th FS [PI-A], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, Station 369; Crash landed 17Mar44 
					and destroyed at Martlesham Heath. Pilot survived.  Also reported as having crashed Jul 11, 1944 north of the Vire 
					et Taute Canal SW of Isigny, France. Pilot walked away.
				76224 (MSN 4575) 23rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Kingsnorth, Station 418; Damaged by flak and crashed 3km SSW of 
					Cherbourg, France June 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6487.
				76225 (MSN 4576)	
				76226 (MSN 4577) 396th FS [C2-N], 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; "Little for Rena"; Hit by 
					flak near Cherbourg, damaging the engine and dropping the landing gear. The aircraft crash landed 
					with engine failure in a field, killing two cows, bounced and hit some trees at Saint-Gilles, 
					5 miles N of Saint-Lô, France June 24, 1944. Both wings and the tail were torn off. The pilot set 
					off a grenade to destroy the aircraft but fainted as it was about to explode. As he regained 
					conciousness, he was pulled from the wreckage by a French women and hid him in a hedge. The pilot 
					evaded capture for 17 days and was trying to swim across the Vire river between German and American 
					lines when he was captured by the Germans and taken POW.  MACR 6639
				76227 (MSN 4578) 83rd FS [HL-P bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown 
					by Hptm Gerhard Sommer of JG 11/4 at Schwalmstadt, NW of Celle, Germany May 8, 1944; Pilot bailed 
					out and became POW.  MACR 4807
				76228 (MSN 4579) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Mourmelon-le-Grand [A-80], France; Crashed 17Nov44 landing 
					at Mourmelon-le-Grand.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76229 (MSN 4580)	
				76230 (MSN 4581) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; "Peggy Woo"; Shot down by flak 500 
					meters NW of the Bridge on the road between Ersingen and Oberdischingen, Germany October 14, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 9648.
				76231 (MSN 4582) 361st FS [QI-W], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369
				76232 (MSN 4583) 62nd FS [LM-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 83rd FS [HL-P], 78th FG, 8th AF, 
					Duxford, Station 357; "Miss Norma II"; Shot down by 'friendly fire' from several Spitfires over 
					the Bay of Seine, Normandy, France July 9, 1944. The pilot bailed out and rescued by an allied 
					beach patrol; taken to a beach head airfield and flown back to Duxford in a RAF Avro Anson.
				76233 (MSN 4584) 357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122 
				76234 (MSN 4585) 61st FS [HV-P; HV-S], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "All Hell"; RAF Boxted, 
					Essex, Station 150; Damaged 24Jul44 taxying at Boxted.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76235 (MSN 4586) 379th FS [B8-R], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crash landed 22Jun44 with 
					engine failure and destroyed 2 miles N of RAF High Halden, Kent.  Pilot survived
				76236 (MSN 4587) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416
				76237 (MSN 4588) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed 21Mar44 landing and destroyed 
					at Christchurch.
				76238 (MSN 4589) 514th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Crashed 13Jun44 on take-off at Ashford; 
					392nd FS, 367th FG, 9th AF, Juvincourt [A-68], France; Crashed 2Feb45 with structural failure 14 miles 
					SE of Reims, France.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76239 (MSN 4590) 366th FS [IA-Y], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; 397th FS [D3-R], 
					368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; Cardonville [A-3], France; 
					Accident 30Jun44 landing at Chippelle [A-5],Basse-Normandie, France.  Pilot survived, but 
					aircraft was destroyed.
				76240 (MSN 4591) 22nd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Accident 23Mar45 landing at Le Culot.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76241 (MSN 4592) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Wormingford, Station 159; Mid air collision 30Mar44 at 
					Beachfield, Penzance, Cornwall.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76242 (MSN 4593) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Crashed with engine failure at Nutteln near Cloppenburg, 
					Germany May 29, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5365 and 6362.
				76243 (MSN 4594) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged 6May44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-76291 taxying at Thruxton; 326th Ferrying Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, 9th AF, Grove, 
					Station 519; Damaged 4Aug44 taxying at Ramsbury, Station 469.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired.
				76244 (MSN 4595) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak S of Cricqueville-en-Bessin, and crashed 
					at Grandcamp-Maisy, France June 24, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6025
				76245 (MSN 4596)	
				76246 (MSN 4597)	
				76247 (MSN 4598) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak while strafing a locomotive at Zaisersweiher, 
					15km NE of Pforzheim, Germany December 2, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 11601
				76248 (MSN 4599) 511th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Parson's Wife"; Crashed after 
					engine failure in the English Channel May 34, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was drowned.  MACR 5881.
				76249 (MSN 4600) 63rd FS [UN-Z; UN-V], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "In The Mood II"; Shot down 
					by ground fire attempting to find some military trucks which had just entered the town of 
					Condé-sur-Seulles. The aircraft crash landed at Cheux, 15km west of Caen, France March 27, 1944. 
					The pilot set his parachute on fire inside the aircraft in an attempt to destroy it; he was captured 
					and became a POW. 
				76250 (MSN 4601) 62nd FS [LM-S bar], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Sneaky McGee" - artwork 
					on nose of a baby in a diaper holding a six gun; Boxted, Station 150; Damaged 28Apr44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-76118 taxying at Boxted; 508th FS 7J-N], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; 
					Assigned 17Jun44; [7J-Y], Assigned 24Jun44.
				76251 (MSN 4602) 391st FS [A8-U], 366th FG, 9th AF; Thruxton, Station 407; "Grapefruit's Gator"; Dreux [A-41], 
					France; Crashed after hitting a telephone pole while strafing trucks near Lamécourt and crashed 
					east of Saint-Rémy-en-l'Eau, east of Beauvais, France August 31, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8491.
				76252 (MSN 4603) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged when the aircraft flew through 
					some trees while strafing trucks near Cherbourg, France June 7, 1944. Flew on for 40 miles but 
					could not gain altitude and crash landed one mile west of Isigny-sur-Mer, France. The pilot was 
					captured and became a POW.  MACR 5684.
				76253 (MSN 4604) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; Damaged by flak at Viersen, Germany and crashed NW of Herbede, 
					10km SSE of Bochum, Germany September 6, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded and became POW.  MACR 8708.
				76254 (MSN 4605) 61st FS [HV-Y], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 62nd FS [LM-P bar]; 
					Boxted, Station 150; Shot down by flak while strafing tanks at Orbec, France and crashed with the 
					engine on fire at Bazoches-au-Houlme, 10km NW of Argentan, France June 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out 
					at 1,000ft and evaded capture until the area was liberated, returning to England August 8, 1944.  MACR 5496.
				76255 (MSN 4606) 397th FS [D3-O], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944
				76256 (MSN 4607) 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; Damaged by flak while attacking a 
					balloon barrage near Orleans, France July 14, 1944. Able to fly toward the beach head until the 
					engine failed and crash landed near Neuville-sur-Touques, France July 14, 1944. Pilot bailed out 
					at 5,000ft and believed evaded capture.  MACR 7167.
				76257 (MSN 4608) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Mid air collision 17May44 at Bisterne.
					Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76258 (MSN 4609) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, RAF Chilbolton, Hampshire, Station 404; Crash landed 1May44 
					and destroyed at Chilbolton.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.					
				76259 (MSN 4610) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; "Milly-K"; Crashed 20May44 in the 
					English Channel after the engine failed 8 miles W of Dunkirk, France; Pilot bailed out and survived,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				76260 (MSN 4611) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged when hit by debris from its 
					own bomb blast while attacking trucks at Bayeux and crashed at Château-de-Rochefort, NE of 
					Saint-Clair-sur-l'Elle, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5678.
				76261 (MSN 4612) 506th FS [4K-I], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Chippelle [A-5], Basse-Normandie, France; 
					Damaged 17Jul44 on take-off at Chippelle; Crashed 26Dec44.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired.
				76262 (MSN 4613) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Asch [Y-29], Genk, Belgium; Crash landed 25Dec44 at Asch.
				76263 (MSN 4614) 406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Damaged 28Mar44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-76106 taxying at Ibsley, Station 347, Hampshire; 494th FS [6M-W], 48th FG, 9th AF, 
					Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; Crashed 11Oct44 on take-off and destroyed at Sint-Truiden.
				76264 (MSN 4615)	
				76265 (MSN 4616) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Beuzeville [A-6], France; Damaged by 
					flak at Saint-Philibert, S of Dijon, crashed in flames on the Epoy farm, 2km SE of Gevrey-Chambertin, 
					France August 27, 1944; Pilot bailed out and taken POW but escaped six days later, returning to 
					England September 20, 1944.  MACR 8497.
				76266	(MSN 4617)	378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Shot down by flak south of Cherbourg 
					and crashed at Bretteville-en-Saire, east of Cherbourg, France June 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6504
				76267 (MSN 4618) 365th FS [CH-K], 358th FG, 9th AF; "Patsy Ann"; 366th FS; Failed to return from an armed 
					reconnaissance mission to Nonnweiler, Germany December 23, 1944. Mis-identified, bounced and shot down 
					by friendly P-47's in a 'blue on blue' incident. The pilot slumped forward in his seat harness with 
					the aircraft streaming white smoke and crashed after an almost vertical dive at Kehlen, Luxembourg. 
					The pilot was killed. The wingman shot down the other P-47. MACR 11607. In 1991, local workers 
					discovered remnants of the plane while digging a sewer line. An amateur archeologist excavated the 
					plane, salvaging as much as he could. The engine of the Thunderbolt was sent to the Museum of the 
					Battle of the Bulge, Clervaux, Luxembourg.
				76268 (MSN 4619) 350th FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Damaged by flak after a bomber escort 
					and dive bombing mission to Plantlünne  aerodrome, Germany, August 4, 1944, the aircraft was 
					abandoned over the German/Dutch border when the aircraft caught fire. The pilot bailed out too low, 
					his parachute failed to open and was killed. MACR 7512.  The aircraft crashed at Beuningen, NE of Oldenzaal, 
					Netherlands; parts were recovered 1979.
				76269 (MSN 4620) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Mid air collision 20May44 with P-47D \
					42-76314 over the English Channel; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.  
				76270 (MSN 4621) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by flak 3 miles S of Merzig, and crashed at Hentern, 
					Germany October 14, 1944; Pilot bailed out but MIA.  MACR 9791
				76271 (MSN 4622) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Crashed 3Mar44 on take-off at Thruxton; 
					53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Kassel/Rothwesten [R-12], Germany; Accident 15Jul45 landing at Kassel; 
					Mid air collision 3Aug45 with P-47D 42-19750 10-15 miles SW of Kassel.
				76272 (MSN 4623) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Parson"s Wife"; Shot down by 
					flak and crashed in flames near Dreux, France July 6, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6873.
				76273 (MSN 4624) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Crash landed 14Jun44 after losing 
					control and destroyed 14 miles S of Stockbridge, Hampshire.  Pilot survived.
				76274 (MSN 4625) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; 
					Shot down by flak at Monnaie, crashed on fire and exploded at La Vallée de Cousse, 12km NE of 
					Tours, France July 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 1,500ft and evaded capture, returning to England September 7, 1944.
					MACR 7043.
				76275 (MSN 4626) 510th FS [2Z-P ], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Squirt II"; Straubing [R-68], 
					Germany; Accident 29May45 landing at Bretigny [A-48], France.
				76276 (MSN 4627)	
				76277 (MSN 4628) 397th FS [D3-N], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Shot down by flak over the 
					airfield at Saint-Martin-du-Tilleul, Bernay and crashed at Saint-Martin-la-Campagne, NW of Évreux, 
					France June 12, 1944; Pilot POW.  MACR 5883.
				76278 (MSN 4629) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Mid air collision 21Jun44 with 
					P-47D 42-76577 and crashed 2 miles SW of West Malling, Kent; Pilot killed.
				76279 (MSN 4630) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; "Sweet Shirlee"; 
					Damaged by flak strafing a train SE of La Sauvagère and crashed with engine failure at 
					La Martinière, La Motte-Fouquet, France August 13, 1944; Pilot bailed out but the parachute 
					caught on the tail and he was killed.  MACR 7641
				76280 (MSN 4631) 350th FS [LH-D bar], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Jenny"; Shot down by flak 
					near Niederort, Germany May 23, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4990
				76281 (MSN 4632) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Crashed 2May44 with mechanical failure 
					on take-off and destroyed at Beaulieu.  Pilot survived.
				76282 (MSN 4633) 370th FS [CS-O], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 411th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, 
					Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Crashed after engine failure near Saint-Avit, France August 14, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  MACR 9707.
				76283 (MSN 4634) 357th FS [OS-P], 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122 
				76284 (MSN 4635)	
				76285 (MSN 4636) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Crashed 5Apr44 in bad weather 
					8 miles SE of Winchester, Hampshire, possibly in collision with P-47D 42-76380; Pilot killed
				76286 (MSN 4637) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; Accident 14Oct44 landing at Sint-Truiden.
				76287 (MSN 4638) 397th FS [D3-L], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; Shot down by flak and 
					crashed on the Blin & Blin factory, Avenue Gambetta, Elbeuf, France May 30, 1944. The wool 
					spinning mill was set on fire killing 17 civilians. The pilot was killed and burnt beyond 
					recognition, recorded as MIA.  MACR 5364 and 6357.
				76288 (MSN 4639)	  
				76289 (MSN 4640) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Crash landed 6Aug44 after 
					engine failure at Cretteville [A14], France.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76290 (MSN 4641)	
				76291 (MSN 4642) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged 6May44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-76243 taxying at Thruxton; Accident 2Jul44 landing in bad weather at RAF Old Sarum, Salisbury, Wiltshire.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76292 (MSN 4643) 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; 
				76293 (MSN 4644) 390th FS [B2-G], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged by flak during an 
					attack of the airfield at Cormeilles-en-Vexin, France May 26, 1944 and crashed on fire 300m west 
					of Nucourt, 21km NW of Pontoise, France May 26, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded and became POW.  MACR 5089.
				76294 (MSN 4645) 358th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 350th FS [LH-N], 353rd FG, 
					8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Kalamazoo Gal II"; Crash landed 12May44 with aerial combat damage 
					near Raydon; 356th FS [PI-F], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Dear Alean" [name 
					from start of letters to girlfriend].
				76295 (MSN 4646) 406th FS [4W-P], 371st FG, 9th AF 
				76296 (MSN 4647) Declared war weary; 552nd Fighter Training Squadron [DQ-J], 495th Fighter Training Group, 
					8th AF, Atcham, Station 342; Mid air collision 12Aug44 with P-47D 42-8469 at Atcham; Crash landed 
					24Sep44 at RAF Tatenhill, Staffordshire.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76297 (MSN 4648) 386th FS [D5-H], 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged in combat by Fw 190A-7 
					flown by Lt Adolf Glunz of JG 26/6 in Triqueville-Lisieux area near Caen, France June 10, 1944. 
					The aircraft crash landed on a beach at Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, France. The engine appears to have stopped, 
					the propeller blades were not bent. The pilot was killed.  MACR 5696
				76298 (MSN 4649) 10th FS [T5-A], 50th FG, 9th AF 
				76299 (MSN 4650)	
				76300	 (MSN 4651) 390th FS [B2-O], 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Damaged 27Jun44 
					taxying in collision with P-47D 42-22762 and destroyed at Saint-Pierre-du-Mont.  Pilot survived.
				76301 (MSN 4652)	
				76302 (MSN 4653) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Hptm Walter Matoni 
					of JG 2/1 Stab near Heistern, SW of Düren, Germany November 19, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 10528.
				76303 (MSN 4654) 62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365 
				76304 (MSN 4655)	
				76305 (MSN 4656) 391st FS [A8-T], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; The Iron Duke" [the pilot 
					was Bobbie J. Duke]; Shot down by flak at Cormeilles-en-Vixen and crashed 300m NE of Épiais-Rhus, 
					9km NNW of Pontoise, France May 30, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed. The pilot strafed 
					Cormeilles-en-Vixen airfield from west to east and just as he cleared the eastern edge of the field, 
					he pulled up sharply and bailed out of a skidding left turn at about 1,200 feet. The aircraft 
					continued in the left turn, crashed and burned about one mile northeast of the airfield.  MACR 5363.
				76306	 (MSN 4657)	
				76307 (MSN 4658) 81st FS, 50th FG, 9th AF; 12th AF, Toul/Ochey [A-96], France; Crash landed 13Feb45 at Montargis, France.
				76308 (MSN 4659) 370th FS [CS-Y], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 412th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, 
					Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], France; Shot down by flak near Ballancourt-sur-Essonne, 30km S of Paris, 
					15km W of Melun, France August 15, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 8051
				76309	(MSN 4660)	390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; The aircraft was shot down by flak and 
					crash landed into a farmer's field at Saint-Martin-de-Blagny, France June 7, 1944. The pilot was able 
					to escape the Thunderbolt and run a few steps before being shot by Germans who had followed the smoke trail.
					MACR 5677
				76310 (MSN 4661) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Crashed 30Nov44 on a training flight near Pommeroeul, 
					west of Saint-Ghislain, Belgium; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				76311 (MSN 4662) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 north of Tinchebray, France June 22, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 6612.
				76312 (MSN 4663)	
				76313 (MSN 4664) 397th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, RAF Chilbolton, Hampshire, Station 404; Destroyed by fire 20Jun44 in a 
					ground accident at Chilbolton.  Pilot survived
				76314 (MSN 4665) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, RAF Thruxton, Hampshire, Station 407; Mid air collision 20May44 with P-47D 
					42-76269 over the English Channel; Force landed 8Jun44 after engine failure one mile west of Thruxton.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				76315 (MSN 4666) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed after engine failure 
					June 16, 1944 near Brecé, 16km NW of Mayenne, France; Pilot bailed out at 3,000ft and evaded 
					capture until the area was liberated by American forces early August 1944 and returned to England August 17, 1944.
					MACR 6056
				76316 (MSN 4667) 406th FS [4W-H], 371st FG, 9th AF 
				76317 (MSN 4668) 397th FS [D3-V], 368th FG, 9th AF; During an air mission September 11, 1944 the leader found 
					his flight of Thunderbolts outnumbered three to one by German fighters over Belgium. The Luftwaffe fighters 
					were flying at 20,000 feet, well above their intended American targets, and had positioned themselves to 
					block the return to the base of the Thunderbolts, which were low on fuel and ammunition. The leader 
					ended up alone at 15,000 feet after losing his element leader and wingman, but he still downed two 
					German fighters and disrupted the enemy formation's attack before his plane was shot down. As the 
					pilot parachuted to the ground, he was amazed to see the four pursuing Luftwaffe pilots salute him 
					before flying away.
				76318 (MSN 4669) 82nd FS [MX-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Damaged 28May44 by small arms fire 
					and flak during the strafing run on an airfield at Wunstorf, near Steinhuder Meer and crashed at 
					Elbergen, Löningen, Germany; Pilot killed.  MACR 5026
				76319 (MSN 4670) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Shot down by flak attacking a railway 
					marshalling yard at Mezidon. The aircraft climb gradually and rolled over onto its back still 
					climbing until about 800ft. The aircraft crashed in a field and burned out 3km S of Mézidon-Canon, 
					France April 9, 1944. The pilot bailed out at 800ft and became a POW.  MACR 4104
				76320 (MSN 4671) 328th FS [PE-M], 352nd FG, 8th AF, Bodney, Station 141; "Patty" [Named after the pilot's wife]; 
					350th FS [LH-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Soubrette"; [LH-Y]; Damaged by flak at Meppen, 
					Germany, but able to return towards base until crash landed at Smilde-Appelscha, SSW of Assen, 
					Netherlands May 29, 1944; Pilot POW.  MACR 5203
				76321	 (MSN 4672) 350th FS [LH-J; LH-S], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Crash landed 28May44 after 
					engine failure at RAF Boxted, Essex, Station 150.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				76322 (MSN 4673) 406th FS [4W-A], 371st FG, 9th AF 
				76323 (MSN 4674) 395th FS [A7-X], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404; "Miss Second Front"; 
					396th FS [C2-X]; Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Crash landed 27Mar45 near Trier [Y-57], Germany.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76324 (MSN 4675) 366th FS [IA-F], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; "Speed Demon"; Toul/Croix 
					de Metz [A-90], France; Crash landed with engine failure between Meimsheim and Duerrenzimmern, 
					12km SW of Heilbronn, Germany February 2, 1945; Pilot survived and became POW.  MACR 12019.
				76325 (MSN 4676) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged 20Mar44 in collision with 
					P-47D 42-76593 taxying at Beaulieu; 396th FS [C2-X], 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; 
					"Miss Second Front"; Damaged by flak on a mission to attack railway lines near Nantes, the 
					aircraft crashed after the engine failed at 1,200ft at Saint-Martin, 1km NW of Montbray, 10km NE 
					of Villedieu-les-Poêles, France July 2, 1944. The aircraft fell on a house killing the seven 
					occupants; the pilot was killed. MACR 6486
				76326 (MSN 4677) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Crash landed 27Jun44 after engine 
					failure at Beaulieu.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76327 (MSN 4678) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416 
				76328 (MSN 4679) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Shot down by flak at Châteaubourg, 
					E of Rennes, France April 11, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4523
				76329 (MSN 4680) 84th FS [WZ-A], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Mrs. Blue" [named for 
					dance-band leader "The Blue Baron"]; Combat damaged Oct44 when the engine seized when flak hit 
					a lower cylinder; 62nd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; Crashed 5Jan45 near RAF Woodbridge, 
					Suffolk; Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				76330 (MSN 4681) 61st FS [HV-L], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; Accident 
					10Nov44 landing at Boxted; 81st FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, Giebelstadt [Y-90], Würzburg, Germany; 
					Damaged 22May45 taxying at Giebelstadt.
				76331 (MSN 4682) 406th FS [4W-T], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Beuzeville [A-6], France; 
					Accident 25Jul44 landing at Beuzeville; Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; Damaged 8Oct44 taxying at Dole.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76332 (MSN 4683) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Accident 20May44 landing at 
					Christchurch. The aircraft was returning from a mission during which it had been damaged by flak 
					and suffered a broken fuel line. The landing gear would not come down and the fighter was on 
					fire when it landed. 
				76333 (MSN 4684) 53rd FS, 36th FG, 9th AF, Le Culot [A-89], Belgium; Accident 14Nov44 landing at Le Culot.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76334 (MSN 4685) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Accident 28Aug44 landing near Bricy [A-50], Orléans, France; 355th FS [GQ-7], 354th FG, 9th AF, 
					Rosières en Haye [A-98], France; Damaged 26Jan45 on take-off at Rosières.
				76335 (MSN 4686) 387th FS [B4-S], 365th FG, 9th AF 
				76336 (MSN 4687) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Shot down by Fw 190 and crashed 
					near Montfort-Lamaury, 40km WSW of Paris, France March 17, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded and became POW.
					MACR 3267.  MACR claims shot down by Fw 190, but there is no German  record of this
				76337 (MSN 4688) 390th FS [B2-U], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged in aerial combat by 
					a Fw 190, the engine was losing oil and the pilot headed back to base. Before reaching the French coast, 
					the engine seized and the aircraft crash landed in a field at Le Mesnil-Durand, 4km N of Livarot, 
					France March 17, 1944. Pilot evaded capture and returned to England via Gibraltar May 2, 1944.  MACR 3268
				76338 (MSN 4689) 326th Ferrying Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, 9th AF, Grove, Station 519; 
					Crashed 21Mar44 and destroyed at Kidlington, Oxford; Pilot killed.
				76339 (MSN 4690)	
				76340 (MSN 4691) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Azeville [A-7], France; Mid air collision 23Jul44 with P-47D 
					43-25544 shortly after taking off from Azeville. As the other fighter emerged from the clouds, 
					the sun was in the pilot's eyes and he rammed this P-47 from below. This aircraft caught fire 
					and disappeared back into the cloud to crash at Saint-Pierre-Église, France. Pilot MIA.  MACR 8215
				76341 (MSN 4692) 494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Crash landed after engine failure 
					3 miles NE of Ambrières-les-Vallées, France August 4, 1944; Pilot evaded capture and returned to 
					England August 22, 1944.  MACR 7871.
				76342 (MSN 4693)	
				76343 (MSN 4694) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF 
				76344 (MSN 4695) 63rd FS [UN-M], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Declared war weary; Boxted, 
					Station 150; Crashed 2Nov44 after the pilot lost control near Mount Bures, S of Bures, Essex; Pilot bailed out
					and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				76345 (MSN 4696) 404th FS [9Q-S], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; "Eddie Nor II"; Shot down by 
					flak which blew off the empennage and crashed at Cherbourg-Octeville, France June 24, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 6201.
				76346 (MSN 4697)	
				76347 (MSN 4698) 389th FS [A6-Y], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; "Jenny Rebel"
				76348 (MSN 4699) 511th FS [K4-X], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Accident 4Sep44 landing at Châteaudun [A-39], France.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
					if repaired.
				76349 (MSN 4700) 63rd FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, 
					Picauville [A-8], France; "The Scarab II"; Shot down by flak at Le Mesnil-Raoult, damaging 
					the supercharger, and crashed at Torigni-sur-Vire, S of Saint-Lô, France July 17, 1944; Pilot 
					bailed out at ~800ft and evaded capture, returning to his unit August 4, 1944.  MACR 6875
				76350 (MSN 4701) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Shot down by flak at Eslettes, 2km W of 
					Montville, 12km NW of Rouen, France June 3, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 5546
				76351 (MSN 4702) 82nd FS [MX-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Margaret's Mace"; Shot down by 
					Fw 190 fighters and crashed at Dellhofen, 2km S of Oberwesel, Germany September 9, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 8693
				76352 (MSN 4703) 351st FS [YJ-Q], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Mid's Bid"; Crashed after 
					engine failure in North Sea 20 miles from Ostend, Belgium May 12, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was killed.
					MACR 4991
				76353 (MSN 4704) 360th FS [PI-B], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Naughty Patricia"; 
					Shot down by flak after attacking a gun position 5 miles NW of Nijmegen, Netherlands and crashed in 
					the Ijsselmeer, 20km N of Amersfoort, Netherlands September 17, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8798.
				76354 (MSN 4705) 511th FS [K4-U], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Which way’d he go George"; 
					Damaged by flak N of Valognes, France and  ditched in English Channel 10 miles N of Pointe de Barfleur, 
					France June 14, 1944; Pilot was seen in a dinghy, but is missing in action.  MACR 5692.
				76355 (MSN 4706) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; "Nancy Ann"; Damaged by ground fire 
					strafing a German armored vehicle convoy, crashed and exploded at Saint-Martin-des-Besaces, 16km SW 
					of Villers-Bocage, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5869
				76356 (MSN 4707) 82nd FS [MX-W], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357 
				76357 (MSN 4708) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 near Schönberg, St Vith, Belgium 
					December 17, 1944; Pilot bailed out, was burned badly and taken to hospital, where he recovered and became a POW.
					MACR 10983.
				76358 (MSN 4709)	
				76359 (MSN 4710)	
				76360 (MSN 4711) 354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF, Steeple Morden, Station 122; 358th FS 
				76361 (MSN 4712) 511th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Accident 23Mar44 landing 
					at Christchurch; Crashed with engine failure and exploded at Le Mont-Saint-Michel, 6km N of 
					Pontorson, France June 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 2,500ft wounded and taken POW. Put on a 
					train at Rennes July 5, 1944, still on same train when escaped July 22, 1944 and returned to 
					England September 8, 1944.  MACR 6118.
				76362 (MSN 4713) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], France; 
					Destroyed by fire 28Dec44 at Toul. 
				76363 (MSN 4714) 62nd FS [LM-F], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Crash landed with battle 
					damage at RAF Manston, Kent September 3, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76364 (MSN 4715) 62nd FS [LM-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Damaged 22May44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-8646 taxying at RAF Boxted, Essex.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
42-76365/76614		Republic P-47D-20-RE Thunderbolt
				76365 (MSN 4716) 406th FS [4W-G], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Damaged by flak and crashed 
					6km E of Lisieux, France June 10, 1944. Pilot bailed out at 6,000ft and initially evaded capture 
					until caught at Caen July 9, 1944. Escaped July 22, 1944 and helped by French civilians, reached 
					US troops August 14, 1944. Remains were excavated 2008 by the Musée du Mur de l'Atlantique at 
					Ouistreham, France.  MACR 5686
				76366 (MSN 4717) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; Crashed 29Oct44 one mile SE of 
					Lélex, France; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				76367 (MSN 4718) 510th FS [2Z-N], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Nancy"; Picauville [A-8], 
					Basse-Normandie, France; Mid air collision 16Jul44 at Picauville.  Able to land.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76368 (MSN 4719) 391st FS [A8-K], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; "Diablo"; Shot down by 
					flak while attacking a train 5km SSW of Saint-Lô, and crashed in flames in a field at 
					Moon-sur-Elle, 10km N of Saint-Lô, France June 6, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 5542.
				76369 (MSN 4720) 10th FS, 50th FG, 9th AF, RAF Lymington, Hampshire, Station 551; Accident 18Jun44 landing at Lymington.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76370 (MSN 4721)	
				76371 (MSN 4722) 494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; Crash landed 9Nov44 at Sint-Truiden.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76372 (MSN 4723) 359th FS [OC-E bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Crashed with engine 
					failure at Schokland, Noordoostpolder, NW of Zwolle, Netherlands May 29, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.
					MACR 5201.
				76373 (MSN 4724) 510th FS [2Z-H], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Accident 12Jul44 in collision with P-47D 42-25718 taxying at Picauville; Accident 9Aug44 landing at Picauville.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76374	(MSN 4725)	395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chièvres [A-84], Belgium; Crashed 3Nov44 on take-off at Chièvres.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76375 (MSN 4726) 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; 
					Crashed after hit by debris from a bomb explosion while attacking tanks near Bois de La Haye, 6km SW of 
					Vire, France June 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 4,000ft and evaded capture.  MACR 5685.
				76376 (MSN 4727)	
				76377 (MSN 4728) Redesignated TP-47D; 121st Base Unit, 1st AF, Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, CT; 
					Accident 24Jan45 taking off with mechanical falure at Bradley Field.
				76378 (MSN 4729) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Asch [Y-29], Genk, Belgium; Crashed 31Dec44 landing at Asch.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76379 (MSN 4730) 361st FS [QI-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Declared war weary; 
					HQ Squadron [E4-A], 474th FG, 9th AF, Schweinfurt [R-25], Germany; Crashed 23Jun45 on take-off 
					at Laon-Couvron [A-70], France.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76380 (MSN 4731) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Crashed 5Apr44 in bad weather 7 miles 
					SE of Winchester, Hampshire, possibly in collision with P-47D 42-76285; Pilot killed, aircraft was
					destroyed.
				76381 (MSN 4732) 390th FS [B2-S], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; "The Chief" [assigned to the 
					commander of the 366th FG].
				76382 (MSN 4733)	
				76383 (MSN 4734)	
				76384 (MSN 4735) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Accident 24Jul44 landing
					at Beuzeville [A-6], France; Tantonville [Y-1], France; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by 
					Oblt Hans-Martin Markhoff of JG 4/8 E of Pirmasens, Germany January 2, 1945; Pilot MIA.  MACR 11616.
				76385 (MSN 4736) 617th Base Unit, Air Proving Ground Command, Dugway Proving Ground, Tooele, UT; 
					Accident 1May44 landing with mechanical failure at Dugway Proving Ground.
				76386 (MSN 4737)	
				76387 (MSN 4738) 397th FS [D3-B], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944
				76388 (MSN 4739) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crashed W of Vire, France 
					June 14, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6495.
				76389 (MSN 4740) 310th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Heston, Station 510; 
					Crashed 1Mar44 at Barrhill, Ayrshire, Scotland; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				76390 (MSN 4741) 386th FS [D5-I], 365th FG, 9th AF, Juvincourt [A-68], France; "Elsie II" [named after 
					the pilot's wife]; Combat damaged when flak hit the main fuel tank during a strafing run on a group 
					of tanks near Diekirch, Luxembourg September 18, 1944. The pilot landed safely back at base. 
					Salvaged at Juvincourt, France.
				76391 (MSN 4742) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Crashed 11May44 after engine 
					failure onto a Women's Institute hut in Ibsley after the engine failed taking off at RAF Ibsley, 
					Hampshire, Station 347; Pilot WIA, no ground injuries.  Aircraft was destroyedl
				76392 (MSN 4743) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Crashed 27May44 landing at Headcorn; 
					510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Red Honey"; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Crashed into high tension power lines at Chavoy, 4km NE of Avranches, France July 30, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 7929.
				76393 (MSN 4744) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Shot down by flak and crashed 
					near Flers, France August 10, 1944; Pilot was wounded but returned to his unit.  MACR 8194.
				76394 (MSN 4745) 352nd FS [SX-U], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; "Gwen" [named after the 
					pilot's wife]; Shot down by flak while strafing barges on the Mittelland Canal east of the 
					airfield at Achmer, 4km SW of Bramsche, Germany April 23, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4313.
				76395	(MSN 4746)	389th FS [A6-V], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; "Battlin Betty"; Shot down by 
					flak and crashed at Le Mesnil-Corbey, 2km NE of Torigni-sur-Vire, France June 12, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out at 2,000ft and became POW.  MACR 5710.	
				76396	(MSN 4747)	360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; On a Chattanooga mission to 
					Wilhemshaven, the pilot was forced by weather to fly along below the overcast. The aircraft was 
					hit by flak which damaged the engine oil system and crashed at Roddens, Butjadingen, Germany May 21, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5105.
				76397 (MSN 4748) 361st FS [QI-F], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Clarkie" [named for 
					fiancée, Doris Clark] - artwork of hound holding Do.17 in its mouth; Shot down by Fw 190s near 
					Nienberg, Germany when 20mm cannon shells jammed the canopy, burst through the fuselage rupturing 
					the engine oil reservoir, and severely wounded the pilot's left leg. Not being able to bail 
					out and with the engine seized, the pilot 'dead-sticked' his aircraft into a growth of pines 
					ending in a small field 12km west of Nienburg, Germany May 4, 1944. The pilot was captured and 
					taken POW.  MACR 4552.
				76398 (MSN 4749) 312th Ferrying Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, 8th AF, Langford Lodge, Station 597, 
					Northern Ireland; Accident 25Feb44 landing at RAF Warton, Lancashire, Station 582; 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, 
					Headcorn, Station 412; Crash landed 8Jul44 with fuel exhaustion and destroyed at Woodchurch, Station 419.
				76399 (MSN 4750)	
				76400 (MSN 4751)	
				76401 (MSN 4752)	
				76402 (MSN 4753) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; "Etta II"; Cretteville [A-14], France; 
					Shot down by flak and crash landed at Limetz-Villez, 1.5km NW of Bennecourt, France July 4, 1944; 
					Pilot was thrown out of the aircraft, injured and died on the way to hospital.  MACR 6636.
				76403 (MSN 4754)	
				76404 (MSN 4755)	
				76405 (MSN 4756) 359th FS [OC-P], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Mad Marian"; [OC-P],  
					FG,  AF; "Lazy Mazie"; [OC-Y],  FG,  AF; "Li'l Abner"; [OC-Y],  FG,  AF; "The Virginia Squire"
				76406 (MSN 4757)	
				76407 (MSN 4758) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Chartres [A-40], France; Crashed and exploded after hitting 
					trees while strafing a staff car one mile S of Ivors, 2 miles NE of Betz, France August 28, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 8054.
				76408 (MSN 4759) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Shot down by flak and crashed on 
					fire east of Flers, France August 10, 1944; Pilot bailed out.  MACR 8011.
				76409 (MSN 4760) 404th FS [9Q-Q], 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Accident 27Aug44 landing at 
					Châteaudun [A-39], France; Perthes [A-65], Champagne-Ardenne, France; Crashed 16Sep44 landing and 
					destroyed at Perthes.  Pilot survived.
				76410 (MSN 4761) 365th FS [CH-P], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411 
				76411 (MSN 4762) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Shot down by flak, crashed and 
					exploded 5km NW of La Haye-de-Puits, France June 15, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6282
				76412 (MSN 4763) 84th FS [WZ-V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed in North Sea off Noordwijk, 
					Holland in bad weather April 15, 1944. After takeoff for the mission, during the climb through clouds,
					the flight leader flying P-47D 42-25537 was noticed to be flying erratically, possibly caused by oxygen 
					failure. The wing man flying this aircraft pulled in close and may have instigated a mid air collision 
					when both aircraft were observed diving through clouds and not seen or heard from again. A search by 
					fellow squadron members failed to find either aircraft before forced to return to base in poor visibility. 
					Pilot MIA.  MACR 3902
				76413 (MSN 4764) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Shot down by flak, 
					crashed and exploded near Le Haut du Bourg, 500m NE of Domjean, 3km NE of Tessy-sur-Vire, France 
					August 2, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7922.
				76414 (MSN 4765)	
				76415 (MSN 4766) 406th FS [4W-Y], 371st FG, 9th AF; "Geronimo"
				76416 (MSN 4767) 370th FS [CS-H], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 359th FS [OC-Q], 356th FG, 
					8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 between Coutances and Vire, France July 4, 1944; Pilot bailed out but 
					was executed by a SS officer.  MACR 6356.
				76417 (MSN 4768) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Vitry-le-Francois [A-67], France; Damaged 8Oct44 on take-off 
					at Verdun [A-82], France; Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], Lorraine, France; Accident 21Nov44 landing at Toul.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76418 (MSN 4769)	
				76419 (MSN 4770)	
				76420 (MSN 4771)	
				76421 (MSN 4772)	
				76422 (MSN 4773) 361st FS [QI-S], 356th FG, 8th AF, RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, Station 369; "Blind Date"; 
					Accident 8Apr44 landing at Martlesham Heath; Shot down by flak while strafing an armored convoy 
					6 miles NE of Montdider, crashed in flames and exploded at Omiécourt, France June 8, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5590
				76423 (MSN 4774) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Saint-Pierre-du-Mont [A-1], France; Struck the ground, 
					bounced then crashed while strafing truck 3km SE of Coutances, France July 27, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7487.
				76424 (MSN 4775) 378th FS [G8-Z], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; "My Gal Sal"; Shot down by 
					flak while attacking a marshalling yard at Angerville, crashed and exploded near Angerville, 
					SW of Étampes, France June 30, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6480.
				76425 (MSN 4776) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed 29Jun44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Christchurch. The pilot was not injured but was killed later in the day when he crashed 
					taking off in P-47D 42-76476.
				76426 (MSN 4777) 390th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 believed flown 
					by Hptm Josef Wumhell of JG 2/3 Stab 10km NW of Lisieux near Cresseveuille, France June 12, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 5878 and 6644.
				76427 (MSN 4778) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Crashed 8Apr44 on take-off and 
					destroyed by fire at Bisterne.
				76428 (MSN 4779) 494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF; Crashed at Bendorf, Germany after the aircraft caught fire 
					while on a ground support mission March 23, 1945; Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.  MACR 13308
				76429 (MSN 4780) 404th FS [9Q-U], 371st FG, 9th AF, Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Crash landed 24Mar45 at Metz.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76430 (MSN 4781) 391st FS [A8-V], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; "King Bee"; Crashed after engine 
					failure on a German airfield in France June 12, 1944. He was rescued in a Stinson L-5 Sentinel 
					while under fire.
				76431 (MSN 4782) 360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Hit by debris from the 
					explosion of a railway wagon just bombed, crashed in a small wood and exploded at Lavilletertre, 
					NW of Pontoise, France June 8, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5570
				76432 (MSN 4783) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, 
					Station 415; Damaged 20Apr44 taxying at Ibsley, Station 347; Damaged 24Apr44 taxying at Bisterne; 
					494th FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Shot down by flak 
					at Saint-Maur-des-Bois, W of Vire, France July 30, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded, captured and 
					taken to hospital at Rennes then liberated by the advancing allied forces.  MACR 7927
				76433 (MSN 4784) 352nd FS [SX-Q], 353rd FG, 8th AF, RAF Metfield, Suffolk, Station 366; Damaged 28Mar44 
					taxying at Metfield.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76434 (MSN 4785) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Azeville [A-7], France; Shot down 
					by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Uffz Willi Klein of JG 3/9 near Vire and crashed at Saint-André-de-Briouze, 
					east of Flers, France July 18, 1944; Pilot bailed out but killed.  MACR 6882.
				76435 (MSN 4786) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Crashed after hit by debris from 
					the explosion of a fuel train wagon just strafed at Moriers, 3.5km N of Vaas, between Le Mans and Tours, 
					France July 17, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6888.
				76436 (MSN 4787) 367th FS [CP-D], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Damaged in combat, crashed 
					landed and tipped onto its nose at Cardonville [A-3], France June 17, 1944. The pilot had been wounded 
					and landed the aircraft with fragmentation bombs and the left wing damaged; the pilot was unconcious 
					when removed from the aircraft.
				76437 (MSN 4788) 378th FS [G8-O], 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; "Street Cleaner"; 
					On a dive bombing mission December 23, 1944, after the third bombing pass on a transport column 
					at Bastogne, Belgium, the pilot reported that the propeller had failed, damaged by flak. 
					The pilot headed back to base but crash landed in an orchard at Burnon, Belgium and was destroyed. 
					The pilot walked away, was captured and became a POW.  MACR 11435.
				76438 (MSN 4789) 367th FS [CP-D], 358th FG, 9th AF, Mourmelon-le-Grand [A-80], France; Crashed when the 
					aircraft flew too low and hit the ground during a strafing run SE of Gondrexange, 11km SW of 
					Sarrebourg, France November 17, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 19868.
				76439 (MSN 4790) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; Crash landed 3Oct44 with fuel 
					exhaustion and destroyed at Dole.  Pilot survived
				76440 (MSN 4791) 395th FS [A7-K bar], 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-14 flown by Lt Horst Schlick 
					of JG 77/4 at Myhl, 9 km NNW of Erkelenz, Germany October 12, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 9645.
				76441 (MSN 4792) 389th FS [A6-O], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Shot down by flak at Gavrus, 
					2 miles SW of Caen, crashed and burned near Evrecy, 10km SW of Caen, France June 10, 1944; Pilot killed.				
					MACR 5679
				76442 (MSN 4793) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Damaged 10May44 when ground looped 
					at Lashenden, Station 410; Damaged in combat with a Fw 190A-8 at Senonches, France and headed 
					towards the allied beach head but crashed at Monnaie, France July 5, 1944; Pilot bailed out but 
					his parachute failed to open and he was killed.  MACR 6643.
				76443 (MSN 4794) 377th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Lignerolles [A-12], France; Shot down by flak at Chars, 
					NW of Pontoise, France August 8, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 4,000ft, captured by the SS and taken 
					to Buchenwald, later rescued by the Luftwaffe and sent to Stalag Luft 3 as a POW.  MACR 8841.
				76444 (MSN 4795) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 
					June 22, 1944 and crashed 500m N of Grand-Camp, ESE of Bolbec, France; Pilot bailed out but died 
					of his injuries.  MACR 6499.
				76445 (MSN 4796) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Shot down by flak and 
					crashed at La Ferrière-aux-Étangs, SE of Flers, France August 10, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7645.
				76446 (MSN 4797)	
				76447 (MSN 4798) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], Basse-Normandie, France; 
					Accident 7Aug44 in collision with P-47D 42-26471 landing at Picauville; Pocking [R-76], Germany; 
					Damaged 5Jun45 by structural failure at Pilsen, Czechoslovakia.
				76448 (MSN 4799) 513th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Saint Léonard [A-36], France; Crash landed 24Sep44 and 
					destroyed six miles east of Fontainebleau, France; Pilot killed.
				76449 (MSN 4800) 360th FS [PI-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by flak 
					into the Dümmer See, 12 miles NW of Minden, Germany April 11, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.
					MACR 3757.
				76450 (MSN 4801) 511th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Damaged by flak near Le Val, Brix, 
					France and crashed with fuel exhaustion in the English Channel 75 miles south of Dorset April 26, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 4417.
				76451 (MSN 4802) 410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Woodchurch, Station 419; destroyed 22Jun44 when a bomb exploded 
					landing at Brenzett ELF, Kent; Pilot killed.
				76452 (MSN 4803) 405th FS [8N-B], 371st FG, 9th AF, Tantonville [Y-1], Lorraine, France; Damaged 2Feb45 in 
					collision with P-47D 44-19796 taxying at Tantonville.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired 
				76453	 (MSN 4804) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF; Damaged by flak while attacking a railway marshalling yard at 
					Gustavsburg, Germany and crashed at Darmstadt, Germany March 28, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 13222.
				76454	 (MSN 4805) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Shot down by flak and crashed on 
					fire at Cambernon, between Coutances and Marigny, France July 8, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.
					MACR 6646
				76455 (MSN 4806) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged 27Apr44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-75418 taxying at Beaulieu; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 over Bricquebec and crashed 
					near Marchésieux, France June 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6271.
				76456 (MSN 4807) 410th FS, 373rd FG, 9th AF, Tour-en-Bessin [A-13], Basse-Normandie, France; Damaged 13Aug44 on take-off 
					at Tour-en-Bessin.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76457 (MSN 4808) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Fw 190D-9 believed flown by Lt Siegfried Sy of 
					JG 26/6 near Mönchengladbach, Germany March 1, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 12808.
				76458 (MSN 4809) 61st FS [HV-Q], 56th FG, 8th AF, Boxted, Station 150; "Pat"; Damaged 2May44 in collision 
					with parked P-47D 42-74676 taxying at Boxted; 315th FS, 324th FG, 9th AF, Stuttgart/Echterdingen [R-50], 
					Germany; Damaged 7Jul45 taxying at Stuttgart.
				76459 (MSN 4810) 511th FS [K4-V], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crash landed 24Jun44 when 
					the landing gear collapsed and destroyed at Cricqueville [A-2], France.
				76460 (MSN 4811) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Shot down by flak at Le Breil Rond, 
					3.5km S of Liffré, 12km NE of Rennes, France August 2, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 7930.
				76461 (MSN 4812) 511th FS [K4-N], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Damaged 18Apr44 on 
					take-off at Christchurch, repaired; 391st Service Squadron, 32nd Service Group, 9th AF; Force landed 
					6Jun45 after engine failure at Rendsburg, Germany.
				76462 (MSN 4813) 391st FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Accident 26Apr44 landing at Winkton, 
					Station 414; 506th FS [4K-W], 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; 
					Damaged 8Feb45 while parked in collision by P-47D 43-25314 taxying at Sint-Truiden; 
					Accident 28Feb45 in collision with P-47D 42-25967 landing at Sint-Truiden; Damaged 22Mar45 by 
					mechanical failure on take-off at Sint-Truiden; Crashed near Temploux, 6 miles W of Namur, 
					Belgium April 9, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 14375.
				76463 (MSN 4814) 397th FS [D3-Z], 368th FG, 9th AF 
				76464 (MSN 4815) 391st FS [A8-O], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; “Peg O'My Heart" [The name 
					Peg O'My Heart was written on the nose of the plane. It was based on the name of the pilot's 
					young bride, Peggy, and a popular Irish song.]; Crash landed with combat damage at Asch, Belgium 
					January 1945; Crashed 10 miles NE of Malmedy, Belgium January 22, 1945; Pilot killed.  
					While flying a combat mission the pilot went down to check the weather. Overcast was down to 300 feet. 
					The pilot was last heard talking to the controller. His plane crashed ten miles northeast of 
					Malmedy, Belgium and he was instantly killed.
					Conflict:
					(83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff at RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England Apr 14, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76465 (MSN 4816) 389th FS [A6-M], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Shot down by flak SW of 
					Caen, France June 16, 1944; Pilot bailed out wounded and evaded capture.  MACR 5973.
				76466 (MSN 4817) 366th FS [IA-M], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Damaged 2May44 taxying at 
					High Halden; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 belived flown by Lt Heinz Kemethmuller of JG 26/4 at Damville 
					and crashed at Godeneval, 7km W of Nonancourt, France July 12, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 6879.
				76467 (MSN 4818) 511th FS [K4-R], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Destroyed 12Jun44 when 
					the aircraft exploded in flight near Winkton, Hampshire; Pilot killed.
				76468 (MSN 4819) 83rd FS [HL-J bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 63rd FS [UN-R], 56th FG, 8th AF, 
					Halesworth, Station 365; The plane was originally going to be called "Old Iron Ass" because the 
					pilot's last name [Aranyos] sounded a little like old iron ass; "Ol' Steel Butt" (L) - artwork of 
					Bugs Bunny carrying a sword and shield / "The Idaho Spud" (R) - painting of Idaho.
				76469 (MSN 4820) 511th FS [K4-Q], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Mid air collision 21Mar44 
					with RAF Hurricane LD972 near Hurn, Christchurch when making a dummy attack. Two RCAF Hurricane 
					pilots were dog-fighting when they were intercepted by two Thunderbolts in pansy formation. 
					According to the surviving pilot, the other pilot straightened out his aircraft (LD972), only to see 
					a Thunderbolt taking a cut at him. The Thunderbolt apparently didn't break in time and cut about 
					half of the starboard wing off. This happened at about 1,500 feet. The Hurricane went into a spin, 
					came out of it and then spun again. The pilot was killed when his aircraft exploded and burned 
					after crashing on the Avon Causeway, near Hurn. P-47 was repaired and transferred to 378th FS, 62nd FG, 
					9th AF; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG3 near Poissy, France August 2, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8592
				76470 (MSN 4821)	
				76471 (MSN 4822) 63rd FS [UN-Z; UN-X], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; 
					Damaged 24Oct44 taxying at Boxted; Damaged by flak and crashed after strafing a train near Neuhütten, 
					Germany November 5, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 10435.
				76472 (MSN 4823) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged by flak dive-bombing a 
					railway bridge at Saint-Sauveur-Landelin and crashed 1km N of Saint Sauveur-de-Pierrepont, 
					France June 7, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5868.
				76473 (MSN 4824) 82nd FS [MX-Y], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Crashed 5Jun44 near Amiens, France. 
					The aircraft dropped behind the formation; it was believed that icing in cloud may have caused 
					the pitot tube to freeze, indicating an incorrect airspeed and allowing the pilot to lose control 
					when the aircraft stalled. The pilot bailed out, landed on the roof of a building but was shot and 
					killed as he was surrendering.  MACR 5499.
				76474 (MSN 4825) 83rd FS [HL-O], 78th FG, 8th AF, RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, Station 357; 
					Damaged 14Apr44 on take-off at Duxford.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76475 (MSN 4826) 48th Fighter-Bomber Group, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Accident 30Apr44 landing at Ibsley.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76476 (MSN 4827) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; A crash which killed and injured 
					civilians as well as a Fireman and a Warden occurred on 29th June 1944 at Christchurch. A Thunderbolt 
					of 509th Squadron, 405th Fighter Bomber Group, USAAF, crashed on take-off from Christchurch airfield 
					ploughing into a bungalow in Foxwood Avenue. The subsequent explosion brought down another 
					Thunderbolt [42-26338] which had just become airborne. The final death toll was sixteen with 
					eighteen injured. The airfield at Christchurch was short for a loaded P-47 and the pilot had 
					crashed P-47D 42-76425 earlier that day on a bungalow in Foxwood Avenue. He was uninjured and 
					sent back to fly this aircraft on another mission. Again the pilot crashed, this time onto 
					the adjacent bungalow which was still being cleared by rescue personnel causing the high death toll. 
					The pilot was killed.
				76477 (MSN 4828) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Picauville [A-8], France; Damaged 10Jul44 taxying at Picauville; 
					405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF; Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; Struck trees in foggy weather 27Oct44 and 
					crashed about 2km NE of Faymont, 12 km SW of Remiremont, France; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed. 
					The aircraft was on a supply mission during the battle of Bruyères, carrying food in modified external fuel tanks 
					for the 141st Infantry Regiment.
				76478 (MSN 4829) 405th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Shot down by flak and crashed in 
					Bay of Biscay off La Baule-Escoublac, near Saint-Nazaire, France August 7, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 7646.
				76479 (MSN 4830) 83rd FS [HL-V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Strato Viking"; 511th FS [K4-B], 
					405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Ginny" / "Little Joe", artwork - two dice showing 
					two 2's (Little Joe).; Damaged by the debris from a bomb explosion and crashed at Chavagne, SW of 
					Rennes, France June 14, 1944; Pilot killed. The pilot was strafing a gun emplacement when his 
					hung bomb was believed to have fallen off and exploded, blowing his control surfaces to pieces 
					and at the same time destroying the gun emplacement he was strafing. His aircraft pulled up to 
					about 150 feet, burst into flames and crashed into a forest.  MACR 5705.
				76480 (MSN 4831)	
				76481 (MSN 4832) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF, Cardonville [A-3], France; Shot down by flak while 
					attacking tanks one mile SW of Bois de Soulles, SW of Saint-Lô, and crashed between Le Mesnil-Bernard 
					and La Perrotterie, France  July 27, 1944; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 7017.
				76482 (MSN 4833) 396th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; The fighter was on a dive bombing mission to Trier, Germany 
					December 23, 1944. Hav. Having shot down a Fw 190A, the aircraft was damaged during combat with 
					another Fw 190A near Bleckhausen, Germany. The engine started running roughly and missing badly. 
					The pilot set course for home but crash landed when the engine failed near Lissendorf, Germany. 
					The aircraft caught fire when it crashed, killing the pilot.  MACR 11428.
				76483 (MSN 4834)	
				76484 (MSN 4835) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Damaged 11Apr44 taxying at Raydon; 
					396th FS [C2-Z], 368th FG, 9th AF; "Margie II"; Shot down by flak after strafing tanks near 
					Heistern, 5 miles W of Düren, Germany November 18, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 10566.
				76485 (MSN 4836) 511th FS [K4-A], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Damaged 7Jun44 when 
					ground looped at Christchurch.
				76486 (MSN 4837) 83rd FS [HL-D], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Damaged 3Jun44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-25996 and 43-25528 taxying at Duxford; Damaged by flak while strafing a truck 
					convoy near Eschweide, 1km S of Neuzert, Germany September 6, 1944. Engine was burning and 
					the aircraft crashed at Eschweide. Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 8562.
				76487 (MSN 4838) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Mourmelon-le-Grand [A-80], France; Crashed from uknnow cause while 
					attacking railway tracks and junction 3km N of Mainvillers, France November 9, 1944; Pilot killed. 
					MACR 10278. 
				76488 (MSN 4839) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Crashed 19Jul44 landing and 
					destroyed at Cricqueville [A-2], France; Pilot killed.
				76489 (MSN 4840)	
				76490 (MSN 4841) 511th FS [K4-H], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Knobby"
				76491 (MSN 4842) 359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 511th FS [K4-H], 405th FG, 
					9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Accident 6Jun44 landing at Christchurch.
				76492 (MSN 4843)	
				76493 (MSN 4844) 360th FS [PI-V bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 
					Mid air collision with P-47D 42-25751 and crashed 1.5km SSW of Schwabhausen, 5km S of 
					Gotha, Germany July 20, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6835
				76494 (MSN 4845) 375th FS [E2-C], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; "Lou" - artwork of crawling baby on nose.
				76495 (MSN 4846)	
				76496 (MSN 4847) 510th FS [2Z-Q], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Boog"; 511th FS; "K-Kid" 
					[named after the pilot - Boleslaw Kociencki]; During aerial combat, the aircraft collided head-on 
					with a Bf 109G-6 and crashed at Cloyes-sur-le-Loire, 12km S of Châteaudun, France June 22, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 6222.
				76497 (MSN 4848) 361st FS [QI-I], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Skipper"; "Irene"
				76498 (MSN 4849) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Raydon, Station 157; High Halden, Station 411; 
					Damaged by flak attacking the airfield at Saint-Jacques and crashed near Nouvoitou, 9km SE of 
					Rennes, France April 11, 1944; Pilot killed.
				76499 (MSN 4850) 360th FS [PI-Q], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Shot down by 
					flak 10 miles N of Wilhelmshaven, Germany May 21, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 5106.
				76500 (MSN 4851) 512th FS, 406th FG, 9th AF, Ashford, Station 417; "Lard Ass"; Mourmelon-le-Grand [A-80], 
					France; Damaged by the explosion of an ammunitions train and crashed with engine failure near 
					Zittersheim, N of Strasbourg, France September 27, 1944; Pilot bailed out but was too low for his 
					parachute to open and was killed.  MACR 9288.
				76501 (MSN 4852) 352nd FS [SX-D], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Shot down by flak while 
					strafing an airfield and crashed 2km S of Mouazé, 12km N of Rennes, France June 10, 1944; Pilot 
					killed while bailing out.  MACR 5563.
				76502 (MSN 4853)	
				76503 (MSN 4854) 62nd FS [LM-N], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Mildred"; Crashed 8May44 near 
					Vesbeck, NNW of Hanover, Germany. The pilot was being pursued by 2 Focke-Wulf 190s over Hanover, 
					Germany when P-51Ds of 352nd FG/328th FS attacked his aircraft. On the first pass they hit his 
					wing, on the second they damaged his tail, all the while he was yelling over his radio for them to 
					break off the attack. On the third pass, they hit the gas tank, and blew him clear of the plane. 
					The pilot was taken prisoner by the Gestapo and accused of shooting at German Pilots in their chutes. 
					After being cleared of the trumped up charge he was sent to Stalag Luft 3.  MACR 4525.
				76504 (MSN 4855) 405th FG, 9th AF
				76505	 (MSN 4856) 83rd FS [HL-V], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown 
					by Maj Ernst Eullberg of JG 27/3 Stab at Lisieux, N of Argentan, France June 10, 1944. 
					A large hole appeared in the left wing and the flaps had been shot away; electrical power had 
					diminished. The aircraft crash landed in a field and the engine caught fire as the aircraft 
					skidded along. The pilot was dazed and bleeding but managed to escape the cockpit; he evaded 
					capture until liberated by American forces mid-August 1944. [the pilot was on his first combat 
					mission of a second tour].  MACR 5582.
				76506 (MSN 4857) HQ Squadron [WZ-O bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down on a 
					mission to Le Havre by a pair of Fw 190 fighters SW of Argentan, France. The aircraft was on 
					fire, the canopy was jammed and the pilot had limited control to crash landed at 
					Notre-Dame-de-Courson,France June 10, 1944; Pilot was wounded but escaped capture and 
					was behind Allied lines by August 21, 1944.  MACR 5583.
				76507 (MSN 4858) 63rd FS [UN-A], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Huckle de Buck"; 
					365th FG, 9th AF; 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Deux-Jumeaux [A-4], France; Damaged by flak 
					6 miles N of Orne River, Caen, France. Headed home but crashed in Baie de la Seine, 9km N 
					of Merville, France August 23, 1944. Pilot bailed out but was MIA.  MACR 8587.
				76508 (MSN 4859) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Shot down by flak N of 
					Saint-Lô, France July 18, 1944; Pilot POW.  MACR 7471.
				76509 (MSN 4860) 61st FS [HV-W], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 
					flown by Uffz Heinz Schuch of JG 11/1 at Westerwalsede near Rotenburg, 20 miles E of Bremen, 
					Germany May 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5399.
				76510 (MSN 4861) 83rd FS [HL-M], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Mid air collision 10Jun44 
					with P-47D 42-26053 and crashed near Tunbridge Wells, Kent. The aircraft were climbing through 
					overcast outbound for a combat mission. The pilot bailed out and survived, but aircraft was destroyed. 
				76511 (MSN 4862) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Chièvres [A-84], Belgium; Accident 25Nov44 landing at Chièvres.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76512 (MSN 4863) 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; 83rd FS [HL-T], 78th FG, 8th AF, 
					Duxford, Station 357; Damaged 10Aug44 while parked in collision by P-47D 42-26635 taxying at Duxford; 
					Damaged by flak over Giessen, Germany causing problems with the engine but the pilot was able to 
					fly to Belgium and crash landed near Namur, Belgium close to allied lines September 6, 1944; 
					Pilot was unhurt, evaded capture and taken to an American encampment, returning to England 
					September 9, 1944. Aircraft salvaged September 23, 1944.  MACR 8563.
				76513 (MSN 4864) 511th FS [K4-S], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Picauville [A-8], France; 
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 belived flown by Lt Eickhoff of JG 2/2 at Chartres, and crashed at 
					Prunay-le-Gillon, 13km SE of Chartres, France August 14, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 8504.
				76514 (MSN 4865) 511th FS [K4-P], 405th FiFG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Ophoven [Y-32], Belgium; 
					Accident 24Feb45 landing at Ophoven.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				76515 (MSN 4866) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Laon/Couvron [A-70], France; Crashed 21Sep44 on take-off and 
					destroyed at Laon-Couvron.  Pilot survived.
				76516 (MSN 4867) 523rd FS, 27th FG, 9th AF, Biblis [Y-78], Germany; Crash landed 23Apr45 at Biblis; 
					390th FS [B2-H], 366th FG, 9th AF, Bindlach [R-26], Germany; "Magic Carpet"; Accident 13Jul45 landing at Bindlach.
				76517 (MSN 4868) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Accident 7May44 landing at RAF Staplehurst, 
					Kent, Station 413; 365th FG, 9th AF 
				76518 (MSN 4869) 365th FG, 9th AF 
				76519 (MSN 4870) 365th FS [CH-L], 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, Kent, Station 411; Accident 22Apr44 
					landing at High Halden.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76520 (MSN 4871) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Tipsy" - Artwork of nude lady; 
					Picauville [A-8], France; The aircraft was hit by flak just after bombing the bridge at Conde-sur-Vire, 
					France July 17, 1944. Bits of the wing started to fall away and the pilot bailed out at about 1,000ft; 
					he was captured but escaped and returned to Picauville August 2, 1944. The aircraft crashed at 
					Cerisy-la-Salle, 12km ESE of Coutances, France.  MACR 6883.
				76521 (MSN 4872) 66th FS, 57th FG, 12th AF, Grosseto, Tuscany, Italy; Accident 17Dec44 landing at Grosseto.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76522 (MSN 4873) 406th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; [blue oil cooler shutters]; 
					Shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Hartmann of JG 76/9 4km N of Basel and crashed at Village-Neuf, 
					France October 17, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 9650
				76523 (MSN 4874) 406th FS [4W-G], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Crashed 2Jul44 with engine 
					failure offshore the SW tip of Isle of Wight; Pilot bailed out and was rescued, aircraft wasdestroyed..
				76524 (MSN 4875)	
				76525 (MSN 4876) 365th FS [CH-V], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Crashed 7May44 with fuel 
					exhaustion in the English Channel; Pilot bailed out wounded, rescued by Air Sea Rescue.
				76526 (MSN 4877) 406th FS [4W-S], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Damaged by flak and crashed 
					south of Saint-Lô, France June 16, 1944; Pilot MIA.  MACR 6055.
				76527 (MSN 4878)	
				76528 (MSN 4879) 375th FS [E2-I], 361st FG, 8th AF, Bottisham, Station 374; 509th FS [G9-H], 405th FG, 
					9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Shot down by flak and crashed 4km S of Hédouville, 8 km W of 
					Beaumont, France June 3, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5529
				76529 (MSN 4880) 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Returning from a mission to Paris, 
					the aircraft was shot down by Fw 190A-6 and crashed after losing elevator controls near 
					Les Baux-de-Breteuil, France June 22, 1944; Pilot bailed out at 2,000ft and evaded capture 
					until the area was liberated by American forces August 22, 1944, returning to England August 29, 1944.
					MACR 6498.  
				76530 (MSN 4881) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], Lorraine, France; 
					Accident 15Jan45 landing at Toul.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76531 (MSN 4882) 397th FS [D3-A], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; 
					"You've had 'it'"; Shot down by a Fw-190A-8  on a dive bombing mission to an airfield at 
					Neustadt, Germany January 14, 1945; Pilot killed.  MACR 11786.
				76532 (MSN 4883) 61st FS [HV-T], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; "Careless Love"; RAF Boxted, Essex,
					Station 150; Force landed 27Aug44 with mechanical failure and destroyed one mile SE of Boxted.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76533 (MSN 4884) 366th FS [IA-E], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Cretteville [A-14], France; 
					Shot down by flak south of Argentan and crashed at Saint-Sulpice-sur-Risle, France June 14, 1944; Pilot killed.
					MACR 6880.
				76534	 (MSN 4885) 61st FS, 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; 387th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF; 
					Shot down by flak W of Düren, Germany December 5, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 10874.
				76535 (MSN 4886)	
				76536 (MSN 4887) 361st FS [QI-M], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Mary III"; 
					394th FS [4N-K bar], 367th FG, 9th AF; "Poutin Poot"
				76537 (MSN 4888)	
				76538 (MSN 4889) 507th FS, 404th FG, 9th AF, Winkton, Station 414; Sint-Truiden [A-92], Belgium; 
					Crashed 2Dec44 landing at Sint-Truiden due to mechanical failure.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76539 (MSN 4890)	
				76540 (MSN 4891) 406th FS [4W-V], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; "Mad Maddie"; Beuzeville [A-6], 
					France; Damaged 27Jul44 on take-off at Beuzeville.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76541 (MSN 4892) 406th FS [4W-T], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, 
					Toul/Croix de Metz [A-90], Lorraine, France; Crashed 23Dec44 landing at Toul; Pilot killed, aircraft
					was destroyed.
				76542 (MSN 4893) 391st FS [A8-W], 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; "Princess Pat"; 
					Shot down by flak, the aircraft caught fire, spun in and exploded in flames between Noyers-Bocage 
					and Missy, SW of Caen, France June 10, 1944. The pilot bailed out and landed within some 350 yards 
					of Canadian troops on Juno beach head but was injured with a broken leg, captured and taken 
					prisoner by SS of the 12th Hitlerjugend Panzerdivision.  MACR 5682.
				76543 (MSN 4894) 84th FS [WZ-K], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; 350th FS [LH-R bar], 
					353rd FG, 8th AF, Metfield, Station 366; Damaged 12Apr44 when ground looped at Metfield; 
					352nd FS [SX-S], 353rd FG, 8th AF, Raydon, Station 157; Damaged 28Aug44 taxying at Raydon; 
					355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF, Rosières en Haye [A-98], France; Crash landed 8Feb45 near Jamoigne, Belgium.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76544 (MSN 4895)	
				76545 (MSN 4896)	
				76546 (MSN 4897)	
				76547 (MSN 4898) 82nd FS [MX-X], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; Shot down by flak while strafing 
					German trucks west of Évreux and crashed at La Bouchardière, 2km SW of Bourth, 36km S of 
					Beaumont-le-Roger, France June 10, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5617.
				76548 (MSN 4899) 397th FS [D3-H], 368th FightFG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; 
					23rd FS [7U-M], 36th FG, 9th AF, Kassel/Rothwesten [R-12], Germany; Accident 25Apr45 landing at Kassel.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired
				76549 (MSN 4900)	
				76550 (MSN 4901) 397th FS [D3-J], 368th FG, 9th AF 
				76551 (MSN 4902) 397th FS [D3-W], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, Shot down by Bf 109G-6 and 
					crashed near Thiberville, France June 12, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5709.
				76552 (MSN 4903)	
				76553 (MSN 4904) 510th FS [2Z-B], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "The Bug" [named for 
					the pilot's baby son while the group was still in England in April 1944. He said his little son 
					looked like a "bug" when he last saw him before deploying overseas], also artwork of shark's 
					teeth under the cowling. On May 24, 1944, "The Bug" took off from Christchurch on a strafing 
					mission in the region of Vannes, France, but was shot down by flak at Pontivy, France. 
					The pilot had just strafed a train, destroying the locomotive. With the aircraft on fire, 
					he was forced to bail out at 3,000 ft, just before the aircraft exploded, and initially evaded 
					capture but was caught later on June 16, 1944 while fighting with the French Résistance. In July 
					he escaped from a prison train, rejoined the Résistance and eventually returned to his unit September 8, 1944.
					MACR 4970.
				76554 (MSN 4905) 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; 
				76555 (MSN 4906) 406th FS [4W-W], 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Shot down by flak, 
					crashed and exploded at Vierzon, France August 24, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 10122.
				76556 (MSN 4907) 509th FS [G9-V], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Vonnie"; 
					Saint-Dizier [A-64], France; Accident 23Dec44 landing at Saint-Dizier.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				76557 (MSN 4908) 82nd FS [MX-T; MX-T bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Judy".
				76558 (MSN 4909) 388th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Force landed 31Mar44 with engine 
					failure and fire at Beaulieu.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				76559 (MSN 4910) 62nd FS [LM-R], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Crash landed 25Mar44 after 
					engine failure and destroyed 5 miles S of Acle, Norfolk.  Pilot survived.
				76560 (MSN 4911) 404th FS, 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415; Crash landed 2May44 at Bisterne; 
					Dole/Tavaux [Y-7], France; Accident 11Oct44 landing at Perthes [A-65], Champagne-Ardenne, France.
				76561 (MSN 4912) 365th FS [CH-K], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; "The Pup"; 
					Accident 28Apr44 landing at High Halden; Vitry-le-Francois [A-67], France; Shot down by flak while 
					strafing a railway marshalling yard at Strasbourg, France and crashed 6 miles SW of Sarrenbourg, France 
					September 27, 1944; Pilot bailed out too low for his parachute to open completely and was killed.  MACR 9402.
				76562 (MSN 4913) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Cretteville [A-14], France; Accident 23Jul44 landing at Cretteville.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				76563 (MSN 4914) 83rd FS [HL-B bar], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Jerri"; About to strafe a 
					train near Haltern, Germany, the train pulled into a clump of trees. The aircraft was too low and 
					about to stall. The fighter flew across a road, across the railway tracks and crash landed in a 
					field 3km E of Gronau, Germany September 5, 1944. The pilot evaded capture over the border into 
					the Netherlands and returned to Allied control April 1, 1945. The aircraft was destroyed by gunfire 
					from other P-47s to prevent its capture.  MACR 8405.
				76564 (MSN 4915) 361st FS [QI-T], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Eerie Eagle"/ "Jersey Jerk"; 
					406th FS [4W-U], 371st FG, 9th AF, Bisterne, Station 415
				76565 (MSN 4916) 397th FS [D3-E], 368th FG, 9th AF, Chilbolton, Station 404, received March 1944; 
					Shot down by flak while strafing a train near Stadtkyll, Germany October 20, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 9783.
				76566 (MSN 4917)	
				76567 (MSN 4918) 406th FS [4W-G], 371st FG, 9th AF, Beuzeville [A-6], France; Crashed 10Sep44 on take-off 
					and destroyed at Beuzeville.  Pilot survived.
				76568 (MSN 4919)	
				76569 (MSN 4920) 510th FS [2Z-D], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Raid Hot Mama"; 
					396th FS [C2-G bar], 368th FG, 9th AF, Metz/Frescaty [Y-34], France; Damaged 18Mar45 when ground looped at Metz.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				76570 (MSN 4921) 361st FS [QI-Z], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Damaged by flak and 
					crashed at Haugenau, France April 23, 1944; Pilot bailed out and became POW.  MACR 4327.
				76571 (MSN 4922) 492nd FS, 48th FG, 9th AF, Ibsley, Station 347; Destroyed 27May44 when a tire burst 
					on take-off, the aircraft caught fire and the bomb load exploded at Ibsley; Pilot killed.
				76572 (MSN 4923)	
				76573 (MSN 4924) 379th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Headcorn, Station 412; Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown 
					by Hptm Hermann Staiger of JG 26/1 Stab N of Lisieux, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5654.
				76574 (MSN 4925) 389th FS, 366th FG, 9th AF, Thruxton, Station 407; Damaged by flak and crashed at 
					Létanville, 2km S of Grandcamp-Maisy, France June 7, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 5886.
				76575 (MSN 4926) 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; Shot down by Fw 190A-6 near Elsaffthal and crashed at 
					Höffen, Lohmar, Germany April 22, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 4210.
				76576 (MSN 4927) 510th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Georgia Peach II"; 
					Damaged 29May44 when the landing gear collapsed landing at Chilbolton; 395th FS, 368th FG, 9th AF; 
					Crash landed with propeller failure near a US Army column at Lauf an der Pegnitz, Germany 
					April 16, 1945; Pilot returned to his unit.  MACR 14205.
				76577 (MSN 4928) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; Mid air collision 21Jun44 
					with P-47D 42-76278 and crashed 2 miles SW of West Malling, Kent; Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				76578 (MSN 4929) 63rd FS [UN-O], 56th FG, 8th AF, Halesworth, Station 365; Boxted, Station 150; 
					Crashed with engine failure in the Forest of Blois, NE of Molineuf, south of Blois, France July 15, 1944; 
					Pilot killed.  MACR 6707 and 6715.
				76579 (MSN 4930)	
				76580 (MSN 4931) 361st FS [QI-D bar], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; 509th FS, 
					405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; Crashed 19Apr44 on take-off at Christchurch.
				76581 (MSN 4932)	
				76582 (MSN 4933) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF. 
				76583 (MSN 4934) 359th FS [OC-G], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; Force landed 
					24May44 after engine failure and destroyed at Way Farm Cottages, Way Hill, Minster, Ramsgate, Kent.
					Pilot survived.
				76584 (MSN 4935) 84th FS [WZ-H], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Mickey II" - artwork of a 
					cowgirl on a bucking bronco over the state of Texas; Before reaching the target the propeller 
					oversped and the pilot turned back towards home. About 15 minutes later, the engine stopped 
					and the pilot bailed out, the aircraft crashing near the airfield at Bissel and sinking in a 
					swamp N of Cloppenburg, Germany August 6, 1944. Pilot captured and became POW.  MACR 7451.
				76585 (MSN 4936) 82nd FS [MX-F], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Nice Kitty" / "Dude"; 
					On a bomber escort mission to Bremen the engine started running roughly. The pilot headed 
					back to base and abandoned the aircraft when the engine failed over Alkmaar, Netherlands. 
					The aircraft crashed at Harenkarspel, 500 meters south of Dirkshorn, Netherlands May 24, 1944. 
					The pilot bailed out and became a POW. MACR 5279.  Engine parts were recovered at Harenkarspel in 1985.
				76586 (MSN 4937) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, Kent, Station 411; 
					Crashed 20Apr44 on take-off at High Halden.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76587 (MSN 4938) 83rd FS [HL-Q], 78th FG, 8th AF, Duxford, Station 357; "Thrup'ny Bit" [the English 
					three Pence coin was called a Thrupenny Bit - it was Cockney rhyminrhyming slang for 
					tits (breasts)]; Crashed 11Jun44 landing at Duxford; Damaged by flak and crash landed 
					5 miles SW of Goch, Germany September 18, 1944; Pilot became POW.  MACR 9002.
				76588 (MSN 4939) 510th FS [2Z-H], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "The Scarab II".
				76589 (MSN 4940)	
				76590 (MSN 4941) 366th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, Kent, Station 411; Crashed 10Jul44 landing 
					at High Halden.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				76591 (MSN 4942) 510th FS [2Z-B], 405th FG, 9th AF, Christchurch, Station 416; "Yankee Tarheel"; 
					Crash landed 24Dec44 with fuel exhaustion near Sommevoire, France.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  
				76592 (MSN 4943)	
				76593 (MSN 4944) 386th FS, 365th FG, 9th AF, Beaulieu, Station 408; Damaged 20Mar44 in collision 
					with P-47D 42-76325 taxying at Beaulieu.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				76594 (MSN 4945) 361st FS [QI-C], 356th FG, 8th AF, Martlesham Heath, Station 369; "Zombie"; [QI-U], "Zombie".
				76595 (MSN 4946) 366th FS [IA-I], 358th FG, 9th AF, High Halden, Station 411; "Queenie"; 
					Shot down by flak SE of La Haye-de-Puits and crashed at Montsurvent, France June 17, 1944; 
					Pilot bailed out but was executed by the Germans when landing.  MACR 6273
				76596 (MSN 4947) 367th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, Vitry-le-Francois [A-67], France; Accident 15Oct44 
					landing at Saint-Dizier [A-64], France.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				76597 (MSN 4948) 378th FS, 362nd FG, 9th AF, Rennes [A-27], France; Shot down by flak, crashed and 
					exploded at Gouesnou, 3km NNE of Brest, France August 27, 1944; Pilot killed.  MACR 9120
				76598 (MSN 4949) 368th FS [CV-V], 359th FG, 8th AF, East Wretham, Station 133; 378th FS [G8-B], 
					362nd FG, 9th AF, RAF Headcorn, Kent, Station 412; Destroyed by fire 7Jul44 at Headcorn.  Pilot
					survived.
				76599 (MSN 4950)	
				76600 (MSN 4951)	
				76601 (MSN 4952) 365th FS, 358th FG, 9th AF, RAF High Halden, Kent, Station 411; Damaged 26Apr44 taxying at High Halden.
				76602 (MSN 4953)	
				76603 (MSN 4954)	
				76604 (MSN 4955)	
				76605 (MSN 4956)	
				76606 (MSN 4957)	
				76607	 (MSN 4958)	
				76608 (MSN 4959)	
				76609 (MSN 4960) 315th FS, 324th FG, 12th AF; "Carioca Joe"; Shot down by flak while strafing a train and 
					crashed 7km W of Pforzheim, Germany March 18, 1945; Pilot bailed out and taken POW.  MACR 13119.
				76610 (MSN 4961)	
				76611 (MSN 4962)	
				76612 (MSN 4963)	
				76613 (MSN 4964) 86th FS, 79th FG, 12th AF, Saint-Raphaël/Frejus [Y-12], France; Damaged by flak S of Lyons, 
					France and crash landed in a field at Loriol-sur-Drôme, S of Valence, France August 28, 1944; Pilot evaded capture.
					MACR 8383
				76614 (MSN 4965) Republic Aviation Corporation, Republic Field, Farmingdale, Long Island, NY; 
					Modified with new wing and additional internal fuel capacity destined for the P-47N. It was also given the 
					new bubble canopy being tested at the time. Designated XP-47L, the prototype for the P-47D-25-RR "bubble-top"
					series.
42-76615/76645		Fairchild AT-21-FB Gunner
42-76646/77014		Cancelled contract
42-77015/78014		Ford CG-4A-FO
				Some conversions to PG-2A powered glider, fited with two Ranger L-440-7 piston engines.
				77062 converted to PG-2A.
				77065 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued
				77067 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued
				77131 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
					and probably never issued
				77232 crash landed near Siracuse, Sicily Jul 9, 1943.  Hit a power line, and the wing broke.
				77343 (439th) lost Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 11687
				77432 crashed during training flight at Fulbeck, England Feb 21, 1944
				77460 (90th TCS, 437th TCG) w/o due to structural failure over
					England Mar 3, 1945
				77576 (439th) lost Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 11324.
				77580 w/o when inpaced by trasning C-47 42-92887, Aldermaston, England Dec 13, 1944
				77588 used on June 7, 1944 for  "Mission Galveston, Serial 34"  by 82nd Airborne, 1/325 Glider Infantry Reg.
					&  Co A 307th Airborne Engr. Bn to land troops and I jeep to land at  LZ "W" (Forging mills, commune 
					of Blosville) (but landed 8km away ) towed by C-47 aircraft from the 437 Troop Carrier group, Ramsbury UK.
				77717 used for Mission Elmira - serial 31  Chalk  2 Towed from Greenham Common by 438th,Troop Carrier Group 
					landed on the 'W' LZ  Normandy at 9: 20 p.m. on 6 June 1944 and carried nine 82nd Recon Platoon soldiers.
				77802 to RAF as Hadrian II KH968.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				77804 to RAF as Hadrian II KH969.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				77805 to RAF as Hadrian II KH889.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77807 to RAF as Hadrian II KH967.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77808 to RAF as Hadrian II KK798.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77816 to RAF as Hadrian II KK647.  BBR in gale, Bihta May 18, 1945
				77820 to RAF as Hadrian II KK799.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77822 to RAF as Hadrian II KH970.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				77823 to RAF as Hadrian II KK800.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77825 to RAF as Hadrian II KK648.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77844 to RAF as Hadrian II KH971.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77869 to RAF as Hadrian II KK649.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				77875 to RAF as Hadrian II KH890.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77882 to RAF as Hadrian II KH972.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				77906 to RAF as Hadrian II KK650.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77907 to RAF as Hadrian II KK651.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77909 to RAF as Hadrian II KK652.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77910 to RAF as Hadrian II KK653.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77911 to RAF as Hadrian II KK801.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77926 to RAF as Hadrian II KK654.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77928 to RAF as Hadrian II KK655.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77929 to RAF as Hadrian II KK656.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77932 to RAF as Hadrian II KK657.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77935 to RAF as Hadrian II KK802.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77936 to RAF as Hadrian II KK803.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77937 to RAF as Hadrian II KK804.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77938 to RAF as Hadrian II KK658.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77939 to RAF as Hadrian II KK659.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77940 to RAF as Hadrian II KK660.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77941 to RAF as Hadrian II KK661.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77952 to RAF as Hadrian II KH891.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77962 to RAF as Hadrian II KK805.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77963 to RAF as Hadrian II KK806.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77965 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not
					known and may never have been issued.
				77972 to RAF as Hadrian II KH973.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				77973 to RAF as Hadrian II KK807.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				78004 to RAF as Hadrian II FR745.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				78012 to RAF as Hadrian II FR746.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
42-78015		Bell XP-63A-BE Kingcobra
				surveyed at Wright Field May 5, 1944.
42-78016		Waco UC-72D
				Civilian Model VKS7 MSN 5225 NC2307 impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Tinker Oct 17, 1944 
42-78017		Boeing C-73
				Civilian Model 247 MSN 1719 impressed by USAAF Aug 3, 1942.  Was originally
				NC13337 with Boeing Air Transport Jun 28, 1933.  To United Airlines
				as NC13337 May 1, 1934.  To National Parks Airways as NC13337
				Dec 28, 1935.  To We3stern Air Express as NC13337 Aug 1, 1937.
				To USAAF Aug 3, 1942.  To Servico Aero Panini as XA-DUA Aug 12, 
				1944.  w/o Obregon, Mexico Sep 9, 1947
42-78018		Cessna UC-94
				Civilian Model C-165 NC21942 commandeered by USAAF.  To CAA Oct 23, 1943 as NC235. Later NC65430.
42-78019		Beech UC-43H Traveller 
				Civilian Model B-17R MSN 69 NC15814 impressed by USAAF Jul 1942.  To CL-26 at
					Bolling Field Oct 29, 1942
42-78020		Stinson UC-81G-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9D NC17186 MSN 5256 impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Robbins Dec 23, 1944
42-78021		Cessna UC-77B
				Civilian Model C34 Airmaster NC16402 MSN 321 impressed by USAAF.  To CL-26 at Bolling
					Field Apr 6, 1944
42-78022		Cessna UC-94
				Civilian Model C-165 NC21946 MSN 562 commandeered by USAAF.  Scrapped in USA May 31, 1945
42-78023/78024		Cessna UC-77D
				Civilian Model C37 Airmasters impressed by USAAF.  
				78023 ex NC18596 MSN 381 to CAA Sep 10, 1943
				78024 ex NC18047 MSN 366 to CAA Sep 25, 1943.
42-78025		Cessna UC-77B
				Civilian Model C37 Airmaster NC18047 MSN 309 impressed by USAAF
42-78026/78028		Douglas C-48C
				Civilian DST-A/DC-3As impressed by USAAF. 
				78026 DST-A-207 MSN 1954 ex United Air Lines NC18106.  To USAAF Jul 16, 1942. To civil 
					registry as NC33324 (CAA Apr 11, 1944 - Northwest Jul 1944 to Jul 1848), N8342C (China 
					Air Transport dec 1949), later N1788B. Captured by communist forces but returned. Sold 
					to Pan Am Southern Petroleum Jan 1953. Registration changed to N490 (Bonanza Airlines may 
					1953 to 1961 - Various owners/operators) until sold to the Philippines Aug 1964. 
					No later reports.
				78027 DC-3A-197E MSN 4125 ex United Air Lines NC33646.  To USAAF aug 08, 1942. To civil registry
					as NC33546 (Braniff oct 1942? then United). Crashed feb 24, 1947, Philadelphia, PA. 
				78028 DC-3A-191 MSN 1905 ex United Air Lones NC16065.  To USAAF Jul 16, 1942. To civil 
					registry as NC16065 (United Dec 08, 1943 - various owners/operators,
					lsd to Continental Airlines Sep 1956 and Central Airlines from Aug 07, 1964 to 1965).
					Sold to Colombia Dec 1971, registered HK-1216.  Crashed Jan 19, 1974
					Cigerdu, Chigorodo, Colombia
42-78029		Fairchild UC-86
				Model 24R-40 purchased from civilian owner.  To RFC at Wright Field Apr 6, 1945.
42-78030		Stinson UC-81L-ST Reliant
				Model SR.8C NC17172 MSN 9817 impressed by USAAF.  To CL-26 Feb 11, 1943
42-78031		Fairchild UC-61D Forwarder
				Civilian Model 51A NC8009 MSN 158 impressed by USAAF.  Condemned at Bolling Field Apr 30, 1943  
42-78032		Fairchild C-96
				Civilian Model FCC.2W-2 commandeered by USAAF.  To CL-26 Dec 22, 1943.  To civil registry as NC9734
42-78033		Fairchild UC-61D Forwarder
				Civilian Model 51A MSN 135 NC6851 impressed by USAAF.  To CL-26 at Bolling Field Apr 29, 1943   
42-78034		Fairchild UC-86
				Model 24R-40 NC28508 MSN R40-515 purchased from civilian owner.  To CAA as NC250 Jul 9, 1943
42-78035		Waco UC-72E
				Civilian Model ZGC7 MSN 4557 NC2218 impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Rome AAF Oct 26, 1944
42-78036		Waco UC-72
				Civilian Model SRE NC31659 MSN 5155 impressed by USAAF.  Released to CAA Jun 25, 1943
42-78037		Spartan UC-71 
				Civilian Model 7W Executive MSN 7W-23 NC17661 impressed off the production 
					line by USAAF.  To RFC at Kelly Field May 11, 1945.  Became
					NC58300 May 15, 1945.  Crashed and destroyed by fire
					Oct 20, 1946.
42-78038		Waco UC-72D
				Civilian Model VKS7 MSN 5223 NC20955 impressed by USAAF.  Surveyed at Baer AAB Jan 27, 1944
42-78039		Beechcraft UC-43E Traveller
				Civilian Model C17R MSN 76 NC15834 impressed by USAAF Jul 1942.  To CL-26 Apr 14, 1943
42-78040		Fairchild UC-86
				Model 24R-40 MSN R40-405 NC25331 purchased from civilian owner.
				Fitted with different engine and redesignated XUC-86B.  To RFC at Lambert Field, MO
					Oct 24, 1944.  on civil registry as N99411 with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum, 
					Hood River, Oregon
42-78041		Fairchild UC-61E Forwarder
				Civilian Model 24K MSN 3353 NC20611 impressed by USAAF.  To CL-26 Oct 8, 1942 and 
					shipped to Rome, NY.
42-78042		Stinson UC-81G-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9D NC17109 MSN 5204 impressed by USAAF.  To RFC in USA Nov 23, 1944. 
42-78043		Fairchild UC-86
				Model 24R-40 MSN R40-417 NC28526 purchased from civilian owner.   To CL-26 at Gulfport, MS
					Sep 29, 1943
42-78044		Aeronca L-3F
				Model 65CA MSN CA-14081 impressed into service by USAAF.  Former serial was NC33876.  Condemned Jun 14, 1943.
42-78045/78069		North American B-24G-NT Liberator
				MSN 1/25, MSN 15131/15155
				78045 to RFC at Ontario Jun 13, 1945.
				78046 to RFC Albuquerque Jul 2, 1945
				78047 surveyed at Will Rogers Field Feb 19, 1944
				78048 to RFC at Altus Jan 3, 1946
				78049 surveyed at Biggs Field Mar 2, 1944
				78050 to reclamation at Spokane  Jun 7, 1946
				78051 to reclamation at Gowen Field Nov 29, 1945
				78052 to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				78053 to RFC at Altus Sep 24, 1945
				78054 to CL-26 Jun 26, 1945
				78055 surveyed at Birmingham Feb 19, 1944
				78056 to RFC at Station #5955 Dec 28, 1945
				78057 to CL-26 Mar 14, 1944
				78058 surveyed in USA Feb 24, 1944
				78059 to reclamation at Buckley Field Jan 26, 1946
				78060 to reclamation at Hill Field Jul 24, 1945
				78061 to RFC at Albuquerque Aug 10, 1945
				78062 surveyed in USA Mar 31, 1944
				78063 surveyed in USA May 2, 1944
				78064 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 27, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				78065 to RFC at Albuquerque Jun 25, 1945
				78066 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 27, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				78067 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				78068 to RFC at Ontario Jun 5, 1945
				78069 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Jul 27, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
42-78070/78074		North American B-24G-1-NT Liberator
				MSN 26/30, MSN 15156/15160
				78070 salvaged Dec 21, 1944
				78071 (460th BG) lost Jul 16, 1944, Austria
				78072 shot down by AAA Jul 2, 1944
				78073 condemned Mar 11, 1944
				78074 (454th BG) lost Oct 14, 1944, Italy.
42-78075/78154		North American B-24G-5-NT Liberator
				MSN 21/110, MSN 15161/15240
				78075 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 190G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed
					E of Pozarevac, Yugoslovia Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5829.  All 11 crew bailed out, one was killed and 10 evaded
					capture.
				78076 salvaged Apr 28, 1945
				78077 (461st BG, 764th BS, "El Pagliaccio") in crash landing Apr 25, 1944
				78079 salvaged May 19, 1944
				78080 to RFC at Altus Sep 24, 1945
				78081 (455th BG) lost May 18, 1944, Italy.  MACR 4842
				78082 MIA Jun 14, 1944
				78083 (450th BG) MIA Mar 24, 1944.  MACR 3710
				78084 destroyed Apr 2, 1944
				78085 (513rd BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 110G-2 flown by unknown pilot and unit Apr 2, 1944, Y
					and crashed atOstaria near Generalski Stol, Yugoslavia.  MACR 4204.  All 11 crew bailed out and became POW>
				78086 salvaged Aug 16, 1945
				78087 salvaged Mar 22, 1944
				78088 (464th BG, *Repulsive Raider I*) crashed in friendly territory Jun 6, 1944 after
					mission to Ploesti, Rumania.  Crew OK.
				78089 salvaged May 19, 1945
				78090 crashed Jul 24, 1944
				78091 salvaged Mar 16, 1945
				78092 (464th BG, 777th BS, 'Old Gran-Dad's Dream') lost May 27, 1944 on bombing mission,
					Nimes, France.  10 killed.  MACR 5417.  Plane exploded after direct
					hit by 88 mm flak over village of Courthezon, N of Avignon.
				78093 salvaged Mar 13, 1945
				78094 (464th BG, 776th BS, *Wise Wabbit*) crashed Apr 12, 1944 on training mission off coast of
					Africa, near Oudna.  Spun into water, all killed.  Condemned Apr 13, 1944
				78095 to CL-26 in USA Jun 15, 1944.  To reclamation at Wright Field Feb 13, 1946.
				78096 (464th BG, 778th BS, "The Skirt Patrol") to RFC at Altus Oc 2, 1945
				78097 condemned May 24, 1944
				78098 in taxi accident Apr 3, 1945.
				78099 (455th BG) lost Jun 16, 1944, Austria.  MACR 5815.
				78100 salvaged Jun 14, 1944
				78101 MIA Apr 29, 1944
				78102 crashed Aug 15,1944
				78103 (461st BG, 764th BS) shot down by AAA May 31, 1944.  MACR 5841
				78104 (450th BG) shot down by fighters Jun 16, 1945.  MACR 5773
				78105 salvaged Jul 17, 1944
				78106 (459th BG, 758th BS) captured by Luftwaffe Jun 9, 1944 Rinnsal AF, 
					Vorarlberg, Germany and flown as NF+LF.  MACR 5783.  Was probably
					a replacement aircraft from the 460th BG and did not have the checkerboard
					tail of the 459th BG when captured.
				78107 salvaged Jul 24, 1944
				78108 salvaged Jul 18, 1944
				78109 salvaged Mar 26, 1945
				78110 diverted to British ADO Dec 5, 1946
				78111 (513rd BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit Jul 24, 1944
					and crashed SW of Ploesti, Rumania.  All 10 crew killed.
				78112 salvaged Mar 7, 1945
				78113 salvaged Aug 9, 1945
				78114 crashed Sep 10, 1944
				78115 (464th BG, *Off Limits*) crashed on takeoff May 22, 1944.  Salvaged May 24, 1944
				78116 salvaged Aug 3, 1945
				78117 (464th BG) destroyed in gasoline fire and explosion on ramp
					Aug 21, 1944.  Condemned Aug 22, 1944
				78118 (828th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed a Freimann, Munich Germany Jun 13, 1944.
					One crewman killed, 9 bailed out and became POW.  MACR 5768
				78119 to RFC at Albuquerque Jn 1, 1945
				78120 salvaged Mar 26, 1945
				78121 salvaged Aug 13, 1945
				78122 (831st BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6/R6 believed flown by Major Jurgen Harder of
					JG 53/I Stab S of Bucharest, Rumania Jun 28, 1944.  All 10 crew killed.  MACR 6411.
				78123 (461st BG, 764th BS, "Fertile Myrtle") transferred to 485th BG.  Salvaged May 30, 1945
				78124 salvaged Oct 7, 1944
				78125 salvaged Apr 30, 1945
				78126 (464th BG, 778th BS) crashed 22 mi S of Georgetown,
					British Guiana Feb 29, 1944 due to fuel exhaustion.
					5 killed, 5 injured.
				78127 crashed Jul 6, 1944
				78128 (464th BG, *Rat Race*) lost control in clouds and
					crashed 25 mi E of Gioia del Colle May 7, 1944.
					All crew killed.  Salvaged May 8, 1944
				78129 to RFC at Altus Oct 2, 1945
				78130 to RFC at Altus Oct 16, 1945. I have a report that the
					plane was bellylanded 30 mi SW of Belem, Brazil due to
					fuel exhaustion Mar 4, 1944 with 464th BG
				78131 salvaged Mar 7, 1945
				78132 (828th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) crashed during landing at Venosa Airfield, Foggia, Italy Oct 14, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				78133 (464th BS, 776th BS, "Little Gizmo") shot down by flak over 
					Italy Jun 5, 1944 during raid on Turin Central marshaling yards.  MACR 5845
				78134 salvaged Mar 15, 1945
				78135 salvaged May 30, 1965
				78136 to RFC at Altus Oct 17, 1945
				78137 (829th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Venosa Airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 8, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed and salvaged Aug 28, 1944
				78138 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at San Pancrazio Salentino, Italy Feb 25, 1945.
					All crew survived, aircraft salvaged Aug 3, 1945.
				78139 salvaged Aug 3, 1945
				78140 (485th BG, 829th BS, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause on change-of-station flight from
					Marrakech, French Morocco to Oudna, Tunisia Mar 24, 1944.
					All 9 crew and one passenger aboard killed.
				78141 (485th BG, 829th BS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed
					at Siegenberg, Germany Jun 9, 1944.  One crewman killed, 9 bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6065.
					Jun 9, 1944. MACR 6065.  1 KIA 9 POW.
				78142 crashed Jul 17, 1944
				78143 (828th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) in landing accident Aug 1, 1944 at Venosa Airfield, Foggia, Italy.
					All crew survived, aircraft damaged but repaired and returned to USA.  Wrecked when struck 
					embankment at end of runway at Reading AAF, PA Jul 20, 1945.  Scrapped by RFC at Reading.
				78144 damaged beyond reapir and salvaged Aug 3, 1945
				78145 (451st BG) lost Aug 22, 1944, Hungary
				78146 (828th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Oudna Airfield, Tunisia Aug 22, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				78147 (485 BG, 829 BS, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed 25 mi SW of Bucharest, Rumania Jun 28, 1944.  
					7 KIA, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				78148 destroyed May 12, 1944
				78149 (832st BS, 485th BG, 15th AF_) in landing accident at Venosa Airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Jun 29, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed and was salvaged May 30, 1945
				78150 salvaged Mar 26, 1945
				78151 salvaged Mar 13, 1945
				78152 (O828th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Venosa Field, Foggia, Italy Jun 17, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraf badly damaged and was salvaged Aug 5, 1944
				78153 to RFC at Altus Aug 30, 1945
				78154 (450th BG) MIA Jul 3, 1944.  MACR 6758
42-78155/78314		North American B-24G-10-NT Liberator
				MSN 111/270, MSN 15241/15400
				78155 to RFC at Altus Oct 20, 1945
				78156 (450th BG, 720th BS) MIA Dec 29, 1944.   MACR 10935
				78157 crashed and salvaged May 29, 1944
				78158 salvaged Apr 17, 1945
				78159 (450th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 7629 and 7635.
				78160 (459th BG, 758th BS, "Cherry") damaged by AA near Oswiecim (Aushwitz), Poland and
					diverted to Hungary. Shot down over the frontline near Ozd,
					Hungary Dec 18, 1944, Poland.  MACR 10699.  Crew bailed out, but
					were caught in the crossfire of German and Soviet soldiers.
					2 KIA, 6 POW, 2 returned.
				78161 salvaged Jul 27, 1944
				78162 salvaged Aug 20, 1944
				78163 alvaged May 24, 1944
				78164 (829th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Budapest, Hungary Jul 30, 1944.
					8 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.  One died in hospital at Budapest of his wounds
					Jul 31, 1944..  MACR 7341
				78165 salvaged May 24, 1944
				78166 (455th BG) MIA Dec 21, 1944.  MACR 10714
				78167 (455th BG) MIA over Austria Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6433
				78168 in crash landing Jul 25, 1944
				78169 (454th BG) lost Apr 21, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 4651.
				78170 (450th BG) lost Apr 24, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 4207.
				78171 (451st BG) lost Aug 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 7957
				78172 (449th BG) crashed in Italy Aug 10, 1944.
				78173 (449th BG, 719th BS) damaged in taxiing accident and progressively stripped
					of useful parts.
				78174 salvaged May 25, 1945
				78175 (450th BG) lost Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3951.  Also listed as going to RFC at Altus Nov 3, 1945
				78176 to RFC at Altus Aug 20, 1945
				78177 (459th BG, "Slightly Eager") MIA over Austria Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 5782
				78178 (451st BG) MIA Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7015
				78179 (766th BS, 461st BG) crashed when right tire blew during takeoff Apr 24, 1944.  Class 26 damage
				78180 (450th BG, 722nd BS, *Maiden USA*) shot down Apr 25, 1944 on raid to Varese, Italy.
					MACR 4618.
				78181 to RFC at Ontario Jun 13,1945
				78182 (454th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7628 and 7632.
				78183 (456th BG, 745th BS, 'Lucky 'Leven') salvaged Jun 12, 1944
				78184 (450th BG, 720th BS *The Flying Sac/The Rowdy Dowdys*) interned in Switzerland Apr 25, 1944.
					MACR 4717.  Returned Oct 11, 1945.
				78185 (450th BG) lost Apr 5, 1944, Rumania.
				78186 (460th BG) MIA Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4384
				78187 crashed May 27, 1944
				78188 shot down by AA Aug 24, 1944
				78189 (450th BG) lost Apr 25, 1944, Italy.  MACR 4645.
				78190 (514th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA Jun 24, 1944 and crashed at Oltenita, Rumania.  MACR 6765.
					All ll crew bailed out. 2 were killed, one when his parachute failed to open and the other when he bailed 
					out too.  9 became POW.
				78191 (459th BG) MIA May 13, 1944.  MACR 4744.
				78192 salvaged Nay 15, 1945
				78193 (454th BG) MIA May 19, 1944.  MACR 5442
				78194 MIA May 31, 1944
				78195 (449th BG) shot down by AAA Feb 19, 1945.  MACR 12452
				78196 salvaged Jul 18, 1944
				78197 (450th BG, 722nd BS) interned in Switzerland Jul 20, 1944.  Plane could not land due to damage, crew 
					bailed out and aircraft was shot down by a Swiss Bf 109 fighter.  8 interned, 1 KIA.  MACR 6912.
				78198 crashed Apr 15, 1944
				78199 (450th BG) MIA Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3960
				78200 crashed Sep 13, 1944
				78201 (456th BG, 746th BS) went down in Adraitic Sea Oct 16, 1944 while enroute to a mission in
					Austria.  All 10 killed.  MACR 9201
				78202 (461st BG, 766th BS, "Full Boost") attacked by German fighters Jul 12, 1944 on mission to Nimes, France 
					and crashed between St-Martin-des-Pallieres and Brue-Auriac, France.  MACR 6895.
				78203 (456th BG, 745th BS) lost Aug 17, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7672.
				78204 crashed Dec 16, 1944
				78205 (450th BG) lost Apr 25, 1944, Italy.  MACR 4399.
				78206 (461st BG, 764th BS) transferred.  (376th BG, 512th BS, *Desert Fury*) hit by AAA over Ploesti, Rumania,
					Aug 17, 1944.  Crew bailed out near Makhalata, Bulgaria and became POWs.  MACR 7634 and 7638.
				78207 (459th BG, 757th BS, *The Wikie*) interned in Switzerland Jul 20, 1944
				78208 (451st BG) MIA Jul 14, 1944.  MACR 6900
				78209 (376th BG, 515th BS, 15th AF) shot down Jun 16, 1944 by Bf 109G-6 flown by Fw. Hans-Wilhelm Schellner 
					of JG 302/2 W of Komarom, Hungary while on mission to Yakia Apollo oil refinery in Brataslava, Czechoslovakia.  
					9 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6312
				78210 (454th BG) lost Jan 20,1945, Italy.  MACR 11274.
				78211 (450th BG) MIA Dec 29, 1944 on mission to Verona, Italy.  MACR 10936
				78212 (461st BG, 764th BS, "Scrounch") shot down by German fighter and crashed at Apetlon,
					Austria May 10, 1944.   MACR 4657.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				78213 (454th BG, 736th BS, "Dallas Lady") crashed into Bay of Agay, French Riviera May 27, 1944 after being hit
					by AAA.  2 KIA, 4 POW, 4 MIA.  MACR 5413.  Remains of plane discovered in 1984 by divers.
				78214 to RFC at Altus Aug 14, 1945
				78215 (460th BG) lost Aug 7, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 7202
				78216 (450th BG) MIA Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 6364.
				78217 lost Apr 16, 1944, South America.   MACR 3498.
				78218 crashed Jul 30, 1944
				78219 (459th BG, 759th BS) shot down by Luftwaffe fighters Jun 9, 1944 near Udine, Italy.  
					1 crew KIA, 9 crew POW.  MACR 6317.
				78220 (460th BG) MIA Jul 7, 1944.
				78221 (459th BG) MIA Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 6319
				78222 crashed Dec 6, 1944
				78223 (464th BG) lost May 6, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 5476.
				78224 (461st BG, 767th BS) transferred to 484th BG.  (484th BG, 826th BS) lost Feb 16, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12490.
				78225 MIA Jan 31, 1945
				78226 (450th BG) MIA over Austria May 24, 1944.  MACR 5640
				78227 crashed Aug 12, 1944
				78228 (461st BG, 765th BS, "the Iron Duke") ditched May 22, 1944.  MACR 4917
				78229 (484th BG) cashed 30 km NNE of Prizren, Yugoslavia Aug 17, 1944.  MACR 7682.  10 POW
				78230 salvaged Aug 10, 1945
				78231 to RFC at Altus Sep 20, 1945
				78232 crash landing Apr 24, 1945
				78233 condemned May 28, 1944
				78234 (450th BG) MIA Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 5822
				78235 (456th BG, 746th BS) lost May 5, 1944, Italy.  MACR 4886
				78236 (451st BG) salvaged Nov 5, 1944.  MACR 9604.
				78237 salvaged Mar 2, 1945
				78238 crashed Feb 13, 1945
				78239 to RFC at Altus Jul 26, 1945
				78240 (455th BG) lost Aug 26, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 9718.
				78241 (464th BG) MIA Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6588.
				78242 salvaged Apr 30, 1944
				78243 MIA Sep 12, 1944.  MACR 9579
				78244 crashed into Bay of Taranto, Italy during routine gunnery practice Aug 19, 1944.
					MACR 16454 and 16518.  No survivors.
				78245 (460th BG) lost Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6430
				78246 in crash landing Jun 21, 1944
				78247 (461st BG, 765th BS) captured by Luftwaffe Oct 4, 1944 and flown as CL+XZ.  MACR 8972.
				78248 (464th BG) MIA Aug 29, 1944 in raid on Meravska, Hungary.  MACR 8105.
					Entire crew bailed out, returned to base 8 days later.
				78249 salvaged Jun 7, 1944
				78250 crashed on takeoff Jul 22, 1944
				78251 crashed on delivery Oct 25, 1944
				78252 condemned Apr 22, 1944
				78253 crashed Jul 22, 1944
				78254 salvaged Nov 22, 1944
				78255 wrecked May 23, 1944.
				78256 (456th BG, 746th BS) lost Aug 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8006
				78257 (464th BG, "Dollar Ride") shot down May 29, 1944 on mission to Atzgersdorf.  MACR 5430
					All crew bailed out safely, except one of the gunners who
					was killed.
				78258 (460th BG) destroyed Jun 30, 1944.  MACR 6809
				78259 (780th BS, 465th BG, 15th AF) crashed Nov 22, 1944 near Raschach Oberkrain, Germany after superchargers failed
					on three engines while on mission to Salzburg, Germanyh.  MACR 9955.  3 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
				78260 (461st BG, 767th BS) crashed Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5641
				78261 (464th BG) shot down by flak over Ploesti, Rumania Jul 15, 1944
				78262 salvaged Feb 21, 1945
				78263 (782nd BS, 465th BG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Moutn Avella, Italy July 20, 1944.
					All crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				78264 (450th BG) lost Jul 19, 1944, Germany
				78265 in crash landing Jul 20, 1944
				78266 (449th BG, 718th BS) crashed into Adriatic Sea while returning from Innsbruck, Austria 
					Dec 25, 1944.  MACR 10915
				78267 (461st BG, 767th BS) crashed May 24, 1944.  MACR 5056. 
				78268 (464th BG) MIA over Austria Mar 14, 1945.  MACR 12946
				78269 (459th BG) MIA Mar 25, 1945.  MACR 13191. I have a reference that has this plane 
					as going to USSR
				78270 salvaged Jul 30, 1944, Austria.
				78271 to USN as PB4Y-1 38782
				78272 salvaged Nov 20, 1944
				78273 salvaged Jul 30, 1945
				78274 crashed Feb 7, 1945
				78275 (456th BG, 745th BS) lost Jul 15, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 6908.
				78276 to RFC at Altus Oct 3, 1945
				78277 (460th BG) MIA over Austria Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7028
				78278 to RFC at Altus Sep 25, 1945
				78279 wrecked Jun 11, 1944
				78280 salvaged Jul 30, 1945
				78281 (459th BG) lost to AAA Jul 17, 1944.  MACR 6755
				78282 salvaged Apr 17, 1945
				78283 crashed Jul 21, 1944,
				78284 (450th BG) MIA Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 7096
				78285 salvaged Apr 24, 1945
				78286 (461st BG, 764th BS) crashed Mar 16, 1945
				78287 (782nd BS, 465th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA near Zagreb, Yugoslavia Nov 6, 1944 while om mission to
					Vienna, Austria.  MACR 9671.  All 10 crew bailed and evaded capture with help from partisans
				78288 salvaged Dec 3, 1944
				78289 to RFC at Altus Sep 25, 1945
				78290 (449th BG) lost Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 6021.
				78291 (461st BG, 766th BS) attacked by German fighters during mission to Nimes, France Jul 12, 1944
					and crashed near St-Maximin, Var Department, France.  MACR 7034
				78292 (455th BG) MIA over Austria Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6812
				78293 crashed Feb 18, 1945
				78294 MIA Jun 11, 1944
				78295 (459th BG) lost Aug 18, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7693
				78296 crash landing Aug 11, 1944
				78297 (464th BG) MIA Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6570
				78298 (484th BG) MIA Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5821
				78299 (829t Bs, 485th BG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi SE of Spinazzola Airfield,
					Foggia, Italy Nov 22, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				78300 lost May 24, 1944, South Atlantic.  MACR 4672
				78301 (460th BG) lost Aug 2, 1944, Adriatic.  MACR 7528.
				78302 salvaged Jul 30, 1945
				78303 (460th BG) lost May 26, 1944.  MACR 5368
				78304 salvaged Jul 30, 1945
				78305 (345th BG, 98th BG, "Our Prayer") to RFC at Altus Sep 28, 1945
				78306 (456th BG, 746th BS) MIA Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 6947
				78307 (459th BG) in midair collision Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 5784
				78308 (465th BG, 780th BS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknownpilot of JG 3 Aug 3, 1944, 
					and crased at Biberwier, Austria while returning from missionto Friedrichshafen, Germany.  MACR 7529.
					4 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
				78309 crashed Jul 29, 1944
				78310 MIA Jul 25, 1944
				78311 crashed Feb 23, 1945
				78312 (455th BG, 743rd BG) shot down Aug 3, 1944 while
					returning from mission to Friedrichshafen, Germany.  Crew POW.  MACR 7526
				78313 to RFC at Altus Oct 22, 1945
				78314 salvaged Mar 6, 1945.
42-78315/78352		North American B-24G-15-NT Liberator
				MSN 271/308, MSN 15401/15438
				78315 (454th BG) lost Nov 11, 1944.  MACR 9746.
				78316 in taxi accident Mar 15, 1945
				78317 (464th BG, 776th BS, 'Coffin Corner Cutie') damaged by AAA on mission to 
					Blechhammer, Germany Aug 7, 1944.  Attempted return to base failed, crew bailed 
					out over friendly territory.  MACR 7295
				78318 (464th BG, 777th BS, *All Meat, No Potatoes*) downed near Kosel, Poland Aug 7, 1944.
					MACR 7534.
				78319 (456th BG, 744th BS) lost Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9040
				78320 (515the, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause in north central Bulgaria Aug 10, 1944, 
					while returning from mission to Ploesti, Rumania.  MACR 7185.  All 10 crew bailed out and became POW
				78321 (376th BG, 515th BS, 15th AF) crew bailed out over Yugoslavia Jan 15, 1945 after 2 engines failed
					while returning from mission to Vienna, Austra.  MACR 11398.  All 10 crew evaded capture.
				78322 (782nd BS, 465th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 3 Aug 3, 1944 and
					crashed at Lermoos, Austria while returning from mission to Friedrichshafen, Germany.  MACR 7535.
					All 10 crew killed.
				78323 (459th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 7058
				78324 (454th BG) lost Aug 22, 1944, Hungary
				78325 MIA May 31, 1944
				78326 salvaged Jul 8, 1944
				78327 salvaged Aug 13, 1945
				78328 (456th BG, 747th BS) damaged by AAA Dec 2, 1944 on mission to Blechhammer.  Recovered to Pantanella AB but
					was immediately salvaged.  MACR 10033.
				78329 (456th BG, 745th BS) lost Oct 13, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 9050
				78330 (829th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) hit by AAA and crashed 5 mi NW of Salonika, Greece Sep 24, 1944.  MACR 8951.
					All 10 crew bailed out, 9 became POW, one evaded capture.
				78331 crashed Jul 19, 1944
				78332 (461st BG, 766th BS) lost Aug 26, 1944, Italy.  MACR 7962
				78333 (464th BG, "Blonde Bomber") was reported missing on
					mission Jul 8, 1944, when last seen crippled, leaving 
					formation and under attack by fighters.  Several hours later
					the plane came limping back to base.  They had fought off
					the attacks and flew back to its base in Italy alone, stopping
					at another base to refuel.
				78334 (450th BG) lost to AAA Jun Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 5370
				78335 (459th BG) MIA Jul 25, 1944 (July 28?) on mission to Ploesti.  MACR 7139
				78336 (464th BG) bellylanded with hydraulics out Oct 13, 1944.  Salvaged for parts.
				78337 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) ditched in Adriatic Sea off Italy due to engine failure Nov 11, 1944.  MACR 9898.
					9 crew killed, one survived and was rescued by British torpedo boat.
				78338 crashed Aug 3, 1944
				78339 (464th BG, 778th BS, "Little One") damaged by flak Jul 19, 1944 and crew of 10 bailed out over Istria peninsula in
					Yugoslavia (present day Croatia) and plane crashed near Pula.  Crew was rescued by partisans and 
					were returned safely to Italy.  MACR 6747. Report that plane was interned in Switzerland must be wrong.  Source of 
					the mistake may be in MACR 6747 in which a witness reported that when the plane broke formation it was headed in the
					general direction of Switzerland.   
				78340 (464th BG, "Butch-M-Love") lost Oct 4, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9025
				78341 (449th BG) MIA Jul 9, 1944.  MACR 7011
				78342 MIA Jul 15, 1944
				78343 (98th BG) MIA Jul 22, 1944, Ploesti mission.  MACR 7054.  6  POWs, 1 MIA, 4 unknown.
				78344 MIA Sep 21, 1944
				78345 (456th BG, 747th BS) MIA Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10705
				78346 (98th BG) MIA Jul 9, 1944.  MACR 6860.
				78347 (376th BG, 514th BS, 15th AF) crashed Dec 25, 1944, Hoseljoch, Alpbach, Austria due to engine failure
					while on mission to Hall, Austria.  MACR 10917.  One crewman bailed out and became POW.  Nine survived
					and evaded capture.
				78348 (98th BG) MIA Jul 9, 1944.  MACR 6865
				78349 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				78350 (464th BG) lost to AAA Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6572
				78351 crashed Dec 10, 1944
				78352 (781st Bs, 465th BG, 15th AF) hit by AAA over Blechhammer, Germany Oct 13, 1944 and crashed at Tarkow,
					Poland while returning from mission to Blechhammer, Germany.  MACR 9335.  Aircraft was trying to make it to
					Russia.  All 10 crew bailed out and became POW.
42-78353/78474		North American B-24G-16-NT Liberator
				MSN 309/430, MSN 15438/15560
				78353 (512th BS, 1376th Bombardment Group, 15th AF) in accident at San Pancrazio sirfield, Salentino, Italy
					Oct 25, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft was destroyed and was salvaged Aug 6, 1945
				78354 crashed Jul 28, 1944
				78355 downed in Yugoslavia
				78356 (450th BG, 723rd BS, *Maiden America*) crashed in Switzerland Dec 25, 1944.  MACR 10896
				78357 crashed May 19, 1945
				78358 lost to AAA Aug 24, 1944
				78359 (455th BG) lost Oct 14, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9297
				78360 crashed Dec 16, 1944
				78361 delivered from Mitchel Field, LI to Goia del Colle, Italy May 1944.  Lost with 828th BS, 485th BG,
					15th AF Jul 20, 1944 when shot down by Bf 109G-7/U4 flown by Lt erich Muhleise of JG 77/II Stab and
					crashed at Fossalta di Piave, Italy, 7 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.  MACR 6919
				78362 to RFC at Altus Oct 26, 1945
				78363 salvaged Aug 3, 1945
				78364 (484th BG, 826th BS) wrecked Jun 11, 1944.  Condemned Jun 27, 1944.
				78365 to RFC at Altus Oct 1, 1945
				78366 crashed Jul 14, 1944.
				78367 (454th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7462.
				78368 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 14, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				78369 to RFC at Altus Sep 25, 1945
				78370 lost Jun 22, 1944 in landing accident at El Aouina AAB,
					Tunisia.
				78371 salvaged Jun 27, 1944.
				78372 salvaged Sep 10, 1944
				78373 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed 10 km From Librash near Elbasan, Albania due to engine failure
					while on mission to Ploesti Jun 24, 1944. MACR 6869.   All 11 crew crew bailed out, 10 became POW, one 
					evaded capture.
				78374 (464th BG, "Big Wheeler Dealer") shot down by flak Aug 9, 1944
					during raid on airdrome facilities, Budapest, Hungary.  MACR 7296
				78375 condemned Jun 14, 1944
				78376 (464th BG, "Little Gismo II") shot down by fighters Aug 24, 1944, Austria.
				78377 to RFC at Altus Oct 1, 1945
				78378 to RFC at Altus Oct 2, 1945
				78379 to RFC at Altus Aug 17, 1945
				78380 (450th BG) MIA over Rumania Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6365.  5 POW, 1 hospitalized,
					4 unknown.
				78381 salvaged Jul 15, 1944
				78382 (98th BG, 415th BS) salvaged Apr 8, 1945.  
				78383 salvaged Oct 25, 1944
				78384 salvaged Sep 12, 1944
				78385 (459th BG) lost Jul 28, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 7312
				78386 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed NW of Bucharest, Rumania Aug 17, 1944, 
					while on mission to Ploesti, Rumania.  MACR 7980.  6 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				78387 to RFC at Altus Oct 3, 1945
				78388 (459th BG) MIA Jul 2, 1944  MACR 6341
				78390 (454th BG) condemned Sep 8, 1944.  MACR 8263
				78391 (782nd BS, 465th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA over Vienna, Austria Oct 11, 1944 and crashed s of
					Vienna.  MACR 9137.  5 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				78392 (464th BG, 777th BS, *Maiden USA*) ditched Jul 22, 1944 on mission to Ploesti.  MACR 6920
				78393 (456th BG, 745th BS) lost Jan 31, 1945, Yugoslavia.  MACR 11829
				78394 (832st BS, 485th BG, 15th AF collided in midair with B-24J 42-51299 20 mi S of Venosa Airfield,
					Foggia, Italy.  Able to land, all crew survived.  Must have been repaired.  To RFC at Altus Sep 28, 1945
				78395 crashed Aug 15, 1944
				78396 salvaged Dec 21, 1944
				78397 (455th BG) lost Nov 17, 1944, Italy.  MACR 9938
				78398 lost to AAA Aug 13, 1944
				78399 diverted off the production line to Emerson Electric factory in St Louis to test the new
					Emerson Model 128 streamlined nose turret.  Plane later flown to Patterson AAF in Ohio
					and scrapped in late 1945.  To RFC at Kingman Jan 31, 1946
				78400 (512th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed Jan 15, 1945 6 mi NE of Knin, Yugoslavia while returning from 
					mission to Vienna, Austria.  MACR 11808.  All 11 crew bailed out, 2 killed, 9 evaded capture.
				78401 salvaged Feb 1945
				78402 in accident Aug 1, 1944
				78403 MIA May 22, 1945
				78404 MIA Jan 19, 1945
				78405 in crash landing Aug 27, 1944
				78406 shot down by AAA Sep 11, 1944
				78407 (456th BG) lost Sept 22, 1944, Germany
				78408 (461st BG, 766th BS) shot down by flak during raid on Vienna, Austria Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12359. 
					There is a controversy about the stablizer from 78408 being used on 42-52408, but this seems not to be the case.   
				78409 (450th BG) lost Jul 27, 1944, Hungary.  
				78410 crashed Jul 27, 1944
				78411 MIA Dec 26, 1944
				78412 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				78413 (460th BG) lost Nov 16, 1944, Italy
				78414 (451st BG) lost Dec 2, 1944, Germany
				78415 crashlanded on mission to Donzere RR Bridge, France down by AAA Aug 15, 1944
				78416 (*The Blonde Bomber*) shot down by AAA Oct 13, 1944 on mission to Blechhammer.
					Crashlanded at Vis Island trying to land, all crew lost
				78417 (461st BG, 764th BS) crashed Apr 30, 1945
				78418 (456th BG, 744th BS) crashed Dec 19, 1944.  All aboard killed.
				78419 crashed Aug 29, 1944
				78420 MIA Mar 8, 1945.
				78421 shot down by AAA Jul 17, 1944
				78422 crashed Aug 1, 1944
				78423 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 31, 1945
				78424 crashed Aug 15, 1944
				78425 to RFC at Altus Oct 2, 1945
				78426 (828th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) in landing accident Jan 5, 1945 at Venosa Airfield, Foggia,
					Italy.  All crew survived, aircraft damaged and salvaged Jan 8, 1945
				78427 (831st BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) in crash landing at Venosa Airfield, Foggia, Italy Jul 29, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if survived.
				78428 ditched Dec 11, 1944
				78429 MIA Oct 10, 1944
				78430 crashed Sep 9, 1944
				78431 to RFC at Altus Jul 26, 1945
				78432 (454th BG, 736th BS) lost Jul 21, 1944.
				78433 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				78434 (464th BG) shot down by AAA Oct 13, 1944
				78435 to RFC at Altus Aug 1, 1945
				78436 (461st BG, 766th BS, "Shady Lady") transferred to 451st BG.  (451st BG) lost Dec 18, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 10678
				78437 (461st BG, 764th BS, Bubble Trouble") transferred to 451st BG Nov 21, 1944.  crashed Dec 16, 1944
				78438 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Aug 24, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				78439 (484th BG, 825th BS) interned in Switzerland Aug 3, 1944.  Returned Sep 13, 1945.
				78440 lost Aug 23, 1944
				78441 salvaged Aug 13, 1945
				78442 to RFC at Altus Mar 8, 1945
				78443 to RFC at Altus Oct 2, 1945
				78444 (461st BG, 765th BS, "All American") lost Oct 4, 1944, Italy.  MACR 8973.  Claimed 14 fighters on Jul 15, 1944 mission
				78445 (451st BG) lost Aug 22, 1944, Hungary
				78446 (461st BG, 766th BS, "Urgent Virgin") lost Oct 4, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8931
				78447 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 26, 1945.
				78448 crashed Aug 10, 1944
				78449 to CL-26 at Birmingham AAF, AL Sep 12, 1944
				78450 MIA Aug 28, 1944
				78451 to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				78452 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 2, 1945
				78453 to RFC at Altus Oct 2, 1945
				78454 MIA Dec 11, 1944
				78455 (450th BG) lost Jan 31, 1945, Austria
				78456 crashed Oct 2, 1944
				78457 (98th BG) crashed Oct 2, 1944.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets 
					Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				78458 (454th BG, 737th BS) interned in Switzerland Feb 27, 1945.  Returned Sep 22, 1945
				78459 MIA Mar 1, 1945
				78460 crashed Dec 15, 1944
				78461 crash landed Oct 21, 1944
				78462 MIA Nov 16, 1944
				78463 (460th BG) lost Nov 17, 1944, Yugoslavia
				78464 (514th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) hit by AAA over Ploesti, Rumania Aug 10, 1944 and crashed at Pleven,
					Bulgaria while returning from the mission.  MACR 8087. 10 crew bailed out and became POW
				78465 salvaged Aug 6, 1945
				78466 (766th BS, 461st BG) MIA Oct 4, 1944
				78467 crashed Sep 11, 1944
				78468 MIA Nov 18, 1944
				78469 lost Aug 16, 1944
				78470 salvaged Feb 23, 1945
				78471 (451st BG) lost Sep 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 7966
				78472 to RFC at Altus Oct 19, 1945
				78473 salvaged Aug 25, 1944
				78474 (828th BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Venosa Airfield, Foggia, Itlay Aug 28, 1944.
					All crew survived.  Aircraft must have been repaired and to RFC at Altus Sep 19, 1945.
42-78475		North American B-24J-2-NT Liberator
				MSN 431.  To RFC at Kingman Jan 20, 1946
42-78476/78794		North American B-24J-1-NT Liberator
				MSN 432/750
				78476 (513th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed in Hungary Feb 7, 1945 while returning
					from mission to Moosbierbaum, Austria.  All 11 crew bailed out and became POW.
				78477 (392nd BG, 578th BS) to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				78478 salvaged Jul 28, 1944
				78479 (449th BG) MIA over Austria Nov 16, 1944.  MACR 9896
				78480 (392nd BG, 576th BS, *I'll Get By*) crashlanded near Armentieres, France Jan 16, 1945.  Salvaged
				78481 (448th BG, 713rd BS, *Bachelor's Delight*) salvaged Oct 6, 1944 after crash landing on Oct 2, 1944
				78482 to RFC at Kingman Nov 8, 1945
				78483 (445th BG, 701st BS, 8th AF based at RAF Tibenham) Hit By Anti-Aircraft Fire Aug 9, 1944 Over 
					Saarbrucken, Germany While on a Mission to Saarbrucken, Germany. Flew to The English Channel and 
					Crashed and Exploded on Impact. (4) Crew Were Killed. (5) Crew Bailed Out and (2) Were Captured and 
					Became POWs. (3) Crew Evaded Capture.  MACR 7385
				78484 (451st BG) lost Aug 17, 1944, Adriatic.  MACR 7679
				78485 salvaged Aug 24, 1944
				78486 (93rd BG, 328th BS, 8th AF) crashed at SW part of Scvhouwen Island, 
					Holland from unknown cause Jan 28, 1945.  MACR 12008.  All 10 crew bailed 
					out and became POW.
				78487 (460th BG) lost Sep 13, 1944, Poland.  MACR 8762
				78488 (464th BG, "Bad Penny") shot down by flak Jan 20, 1945.
					Crew bailed out, 2 lost.
				78489 ditched Mar 20, 1945
				78490 to RFC at Altus Oct 15, 1945
				78491 to RFC at Altus Oct 15, 1945
				78492 (513th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed in Gulf of Manfredonia due to engine failure Sep 10, 1944 while
					returning from mission to Vienna, Austria.  Was damaged by flak over Vienna.  All 10 crew bailed 
					out, 2 wer killed, 8 werre rescued by Italian fishermen.
				78493 to RFC at Kingman Aug 11, 1945
				78494 in crash landing Aug 23, 1944
				78495 salvaged Aug 11, 1945
				78496 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				78497 (461st BG, 766th BS) transfferred to 451st BG.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 12, 1946
				78498 to RFC at Albuquerque Sep 24, 1945
				78499 (461st BG, 767th BS) MIA Feb 16, 1945
				78500 (455th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944, Rumania
				78501 (831st BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit
					and crashed near Budweis, Czechoslovakia Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 8394.  All 10 crew bailed out
					and became POW.
				78502 in crash landing Mar 17, 1945
				78503 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				78504 (454th BG) lost Aug 17, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7456.  6 POW, 2 hospitalized,
					2 KIA.
				78505 (450th BG) lost Aug 10, 1944, Rumania
				78506 crash landed Jan 17, 1945
				78507 to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				78508 (832st BS, 485th BG, 15th AF) crshed in Adriatic Sea 4 mi N of Rhodi, Italy after two
					engines failed Dec 18, 1944.  MACR 14380.  All 11 crew bailed out. 4 died in the water, 7 
					survived and were rescued by patrol boats.
				78509 to RFC at Altus Oct 15, 1945
				78510 to RFC at Albuquerque Sep 24, 1945
				78511 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				78512 to RFC at Albuquerque Sep 24, 1945
				78513 crashed Jan 21, 1945
				78514 to RFC at Kingman Nov 4, 1945
				78515 MIA Oct 14, 1944
				78516 (783rd BS, 465th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed S of Zagreb, Yugoslavia Oct 13, 1944 while returning
					from mission to Blechhammer, Germany.  MACR 9138.  All 10 crew bailed out, 3 became POW, 7 evaded capture.
				78517 to RFC at Kingman Dec 2, 1945
				78518 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 27, 1945
				78519 (461st BG, 767th BS) lost Aug 17, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 8260
				78520 salvaged Jul 20, 1945
				78521 (464th BG) lost in raid on Florisdorf Oil Refinery, Vienna,
					Austria Nov 5, 1944.  All but 2 bailed out over Yugoslav coast.
					Two crew ditched plane in small lake in Yugoslavia.
				78522 collided with 42-72862 over Death Valley, CA Aug 4, 1944.
				78523 (451st BG) lost Aug 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 7965
				78524 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1944.
				78525 destroyed Mar 24, 1945
				78526 lost Jul 17, 1944
				78527 salvaged Jun 16, 1945
				78528 to RFC at Altus Oct 26, 1945
				78529 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				78530 to reclamation at Spokane, WA May 24, 1946
				78531 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				78532 to reclamation at Pueblo AAF, CO Nov 20, 1944
				78533 to reclamation at Pueblo AAF, CO Mar 27, 1945
				78534 to RFC at Kingman Nov 9, 1945
				78535 surveyed at Lowry Field, CO Aug 11, 1944
				78536 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945.
				78537 to RFC at Kingman Dec 31, 1945
				78538 (780th BS, 465th BG, 15th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Kroisboden Haag, Austria Aug 24, 1944 while
					on mission to Pardubice, Czechoslovakia.  MACR 11266.  All 10 crew killed.
				78539 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 26, 1945
				78540 to RFC at Altus Sep 24, 1945
				78541 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Sep 26, 1945
				78542 to reclamation at Long Beach AAF, CA Feb 9, 1945
				78543 to RFC at Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				78544 to RFC at Kingman Oct 26, 1945
				78545 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				78546 to RFC at Kingman Oct 26, 1945
				78547 to RFC at Altus Nov 3, 1945
				78548 to RFC at Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				78549 surveyed at Gowen Field Sep 19, 1944.
				78550 to RFC at Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				78551 to reclamation at Gowen Field, ID Jan 11, 1945
				78552 to RFC at Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				78553 to RFC at Kingman Dec 28,1945
				78554 to reclamation at March Field Jul 11, 1945
				78555 to RFC at Altus Oct 26, 1945
				78556 surveyed at March AAF Jul 25, 1944
				78557 to reclamation at McChord Field, WA feb 27, 1946
				78558 to RFC at Kingman Nov 3, 1945
				78559 to RFC at Kingman Nov 8, 1945
				78560 to RFC at Kingman Oct 25, 1945
				78561 to RFC at Kingman Oct 13, 1945
				78562 to RFC at Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				78563 to RFC at Altus Oct 26, 1945
				78564 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 13, 1945
				78565 to RFC at Kingman Nov 10, 1945
				78566 to RFC at Kingman Oct 13, 1945
				78567 to RFC at Kingman Oct 13, 1945
				78568 surveyed at Muroc AAF Jul 24, 1944
				78569 to RFC at Kingman Oct 25,1945
				78570 to reclamation at WalaWala AF, WA Jul 2,1945
				78571 to reclamation at San Bernardino AAF, CA Jan 6, 1945
				78572 to RFC at Kingman Oct 26, 1945
				78573 to RFC at Kingman Oct 13, 1945
				78574 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				78575 to reclamation at Charleston AAF, SC Jan 24, 1945
				78576 ferried to Gioia Depot Apr 29, 1945, salvaged Aug 10, 1945
				78577 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				78578 to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				78579 surveyed at WalaWala AAF, WA Oct 19, 1944
				78580 to RFC at Kingman Oct 24, 1945
				78581 to reclamation at Charleston AAF, SC Feb 17, 1945
				78582 to reclamation at Chatham AAF, GA Nov 10, 1944
				78583 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 7, 1946
				78584 to RFC at Altus Aug 28, 1945
				78585 to RFC at Altus Oct 16, 1945
				78586 to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				78587 to RFC at Altus Jul 30, 1945
				78588 salvaged Jan 28,1945
				78589 to RFC at Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				78590 (464th BG, "Black L") crashed Jan 20, 1945.  Crew bailed out.
				78591 (461st BG, 766th BS) in midair collision with 42-78627 Oct 13, 1944
				78592 to RFC at Altus Oct 2, 1945
				78593 salvaged Aug 16,1945
				78594 MIA Aug 28, 1944
				78595 to RFC at Kingman Nov 19, 1945
				78596 salvaged Jul 3, 1945
				78597 (459th BG) lost Dec 2, 1944, Yugoslavia.
				78598 crashed Sep 12, 1944
				78599 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				78600 (98th BG) shot down by AAA Apr 8, 1945, North Africa.  I also have a report of this
					plane having been interned in Switzerland (98th BG, 343rd BS) Apr 8, 1945.  There is a YouTube
					video of this plane showing up at a Swiss airfield, so it must have been interned.
				78601 salvaged Oct 21, 1944
				78602 (515th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed during landing at San Pancrazio airfield, Salentino, Italy Dec 11, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft was destroyed and salvaged.
				78603 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				78604 (449th BG, 719th BS) damaged by AAA on mission to Ploesti Aug 18, 1944 and crash-landed on return 
					near Grottaglie airfield in Italy.  6 KIA, four survived.
				78605 (455th BG) lost Oct 13, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9055
				78606 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Betty Jean") transferred to 451st BG.   MIA Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10785
				78607 to RFC at Kingman Dec 8, 1945
				78608 (514th BS, 376th BG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Karlovac, Yugoslavia Dec 6, 1944
					while on mission to Szombathely, Hungary.  MACR 10034.  
				78609 salvaged Dec 20, 1944
				78610 salvaged Nov 7, 1944
				78611 scrapped at Murco Aug 3,1945
				78612 to RFC at Altus Oct 26, 1945
				78613 (464th BG, "Breezi Wheezi") hit by flak on raid on oil refinery
					in Vienna Mar 16, 1945.  Last seen attempting to fly to Zara
					with prop feathered.  Off inventory Jun 27, 1945
				78614 to RFC at Kingman Nov 21, 1945
				78615 to RFC at Kingman Nov 20,1945
				78616 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Shack Wagon") crashed Jan 20, 1945
				78617 to RFC at Kingman Nov 14, 1945
				78618 (464th BG, 779th BS) in midair collision Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10647
				78619 to RFC at Kingman Nov 1, 1945
				78620 (455th BG) lost Oct 14, 1944, Germany
				78621 crashed near Muroc AAB, CA Jan 20, 1945.
				78622 to RFC at Altus Sep 21, 1945
				78623 to RFC at Altus Oct 17, 1945
				78624 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				78625 to reclamation at Muroc AAF, CA Nov 28, 1944
				78626 to reclamation at Smyrna Jan 29, 1945
				78627 (765th BS, 461st BG) in midair collision with 42-78591 Oct 13, 1944
				78628 salvaged Dec 31, 1944
				78629 to reclamation at Spokane Jun 7, 1946
				78630 to RFC at Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				78631 to RFC at Altus Dec 3, 1945
				78632 surveyed at Tonopah, NV Nov 26, 1944
				78633 to RFC at Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				78634 salvaged Feb 1944
				78635 to RFC at Altus Jan 3, 1946
				78636 (456th BG, 744th BS) lost Dec 2, 1944, Germany.  MACR 10032
				78637 to RFC at Kingman Nov 2, 1945
				78638 lost in fire Oct 9, 1944
				78639 to RFC at Altus Oct 26, 1945.
				78640 to RFC at Kingman Oct 13, 1945
				78641 to RFC at Kingman Oct 13, 1945
				78642 to reclamation at Blythe AAF, CA Mar 1, 1945
				78643 to RFC at Kingman Oct 13, 1945
				78644 to RFC at Altus Oct 24, 1945
				78645 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				78646 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				78647 (451st BG) lost Oct 13, 1944, Italy.
				78648 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				78649 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				78650 crashed Nov 26, 1944
				78651 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 28, 1945
				78652 to RFC at Kingman Jan 20, 1946
				78653 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				78654 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				78655 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 7, 1945
				78656 to RFC at Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				78657 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				78658 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				78659 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				78660 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 15, 1946
				78661 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 13, 1945
				78662 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				78663 to RFC at Albuquerque  Sep 24, 1945
				78664 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				78665 to RFC at Altus Oct 22, 1945
				78666 to RFC at Kihgman Jan 20, 1946
				78667 surveyed at Laredo AAF, TX Aug 5, 1944
				78668 (454th BG) lost over Austria Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 13251
				78669 to RFC at Kingman Oct 12, 1945
				78670 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				78671 (464th BG, 779th BS, "Black J") shot down by fighters Dec 17, 1944 on 
					mission to Blechhammer.
				78672 to RFC at Altus Oct 20, 1945
				78673 salvaged Dec 31, 1944
				78674 salvaged Nov 22, 1944
				78675 to RFC at Altus Oct 26, 1945
				78676 (461st BG, 764th BS) in midair collision Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 16499
				78677 to RFC at Altus Oct 16, 1945
				78678 (460th BG) shot down by AAA Dec 2, 1944, Germany
				78679 crashed Jan 25, 1945
				78680 salvaged Oct 3, 1945
				78681 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 15, 1946
				78682 (464th BG, 778th BS, "White J") shot down by fighters Dec 6, 1944 on mission to 
					Devinska, CZ.  5 survivors POW, one evaded.
				78683 (451st BG) MIA over Austria Oct 16, 1944.  MACR 9199
				78684 to RFC at Kingman Nov 10, 1945
				78685 lost Aug 28, 1945
				78686 salvaged Aug 29, 1945
				78687 to RFC at Kingman Dec 1, 1945
				78688 salvaged Jun 3, 1945
				78689 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				78691 salvaged May 19, 1945
				78692 (464th BG) MIA over Austria Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13128
				78693 salvaged Jun 13, 1945
				78694 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 15, 1946
				78695 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 4, 1945
				78696 to reclamation at Smyrna May 9, 1945
				78697 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				78698 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 15, 1946
				78699 to reclamation at Chanute Field, IL Oct 30, 1946
				78700 to RFC at Maxwell Field, AL Jan 24, 1945
				78701 to reclamation at Love Field, TX Mar 22, 1945
				78702 to reclamation at Courtland AAF, AL Jun 5, 1945
				78703 to RFC at Kingman Nov 19, 1945
				78704 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				78705 to RFC at Kingman Dec 5, 1945
				78706 to RFC at Kingman Nov 22, 1945
				78707 to RFC at Kingman Dec 20, 1945
				78708 to RFC at Kingman Dec 1, 1945
				78709 to RFC at Kingman Nov 22, 1945
				78710 to RFC at Kingman Dec 7, 1945
				78711 to RFC at Kingman Dec 5, 1945
				78712 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				78713 to RFC at Kingman Dec 7, 1945
				78714 to RFC at Kingman Dec 1, 1945
				78715 to RFC at Kingman Dec 11, 1945
				78716 to RFC at Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				78717 to RFC at Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				78718 to RFC at Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				78719 to RFC at Kingman Dec 7, 1945
				78720 to RFC at Kingman Dec 6, 1945.
				78721 to RFC at Kingman Dec 7, 1945
				78722 to RFC at Kingman Dec 4, 1945
				78723 to RFC at Kingman Dec 2, 1945.
				78724 to RFC at Kingman Dec 8, 1945
				78725 to RFC at Kingman Dec 6, 1945
				78726 to RAAF as A72-404 - soc 12-52
				78727 to RAAF as A72-405 - soc 12-52
				78728 to RFC at Kingman Nov 27, 1945
				78729 to RFC at Kingman Nov 29, 1945
				78730 to RFC at Kingman Nov 29, 1945.
				78731 to RFC at Kingman Nov 27, 1945.
				78732 to RFC at Kingman Nov 12, 1945
				78733 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				78734 surveyed in USA Nov 25, 1944.
				78735 to RFC at Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				78736 to RFC at Kingman Nov 22, 1945
				78737 to RFC at Kingman Nov 28, 1945
				78738 to RFC at Kingman Nov 22, 1945.
				78739 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				78740 to RFC at Altus Nov 8, 1945
				78741 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				78742 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				78743 to RFC at Kingman Nov 20,1 945
				78744 to RFC at Kingman Nov 21, 1945
				78745 to RFC at Kingman Nov 24, 1945
				78746 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				78747 to reclamation at Garden City, KS Oct 30, 1946
				78748 to RFC at Kingman Dec 19, 1945
				78749 to RFC at Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				78750 to RFC at Kingman Nov 9, 1945
				78751 to RFC at Kingman Nov 9, 1945
				78752 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				78753 to RFC at Kingman Oct 31, 1945
				78754 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				78755 to RFC at Kingman  Oct 19, 1945
				78756 to RFC at Kingman Nov 22, 1945
				78757 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				78758 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				78759 to RFC at Chanute Mar 31, 1947
				78760 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				78761 to RFC at Kingman Jan 20, 1945
				78762 to RFC at Kingman Nov 3, 1945
				78763 to RFC at Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				78764 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				78765 to RFC at Walnut Ridge May 9, 1946
				78766 to RFC at Kingman Nov 24, 1945
				78767 to RFC at Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				78768 to RFC at Kingman Nov 3, 1945.
				78769 to RFC at Chanute Apr 28, 1944
				78770 to RFC at Chanute Mar 31, 1947
				78771 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				78772 to RFC at Kingman Oct 30, 1945
				78773 to RFC at Kingman Nov 24, 1945
				78774 registered 1966 to J. S. Ingram, Dallas, TX as N79426
				78775 to RFV at Kingman Nov 2, 1945
				78776 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				78777 to RFC at Kingman Nov 2, 1945.
				78778 to RFC at Walnut Ridge May 17, 1946
				78779 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				78780 to RFC at Walnut Ridge May 17, 1946
				78781 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				78782 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 2, 1945.
				78783 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 24, 1945
				78784 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 23, 1946
				78785 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 14, 1945.
				78786 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 18, 1945
				78787 to RAAF as A72-366 - sold 6-50.
				78788 to RFC at Kingman Nov 18, 1945
				78789 to RFC at Kingman Nov 27, 1945
				78790 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945.
				78791 to RFC at Kingman Nov 17, 1945
				78792 to RFC at Kingman Nov 28, 1945
				78793 to RFC at Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				78794 to RFC at Kingman Nov 27, 1945
42-78795/78844		Robertson CG-4A-RO
				78796 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78797 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78811 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78812 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78813 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78815 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78818 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78819 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78820 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78821 w/o in Germany Jun 19, 1945
				78825 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78827 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78828 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78830 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued.
				78831 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78834 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				78835 Destroyed 5Mar45 at Wright Field, OH. Lockheed C-60A Lodestar 42-55962 was taking off from Dayton-Wright Patterson AAF, 
					OH (FFO) on a test flight when the pilot lost control of the airplane. It crashed into a hangar, killing five workers. 
					A fire erupted, destroying seven planes inside
				78839 suffered structural failure while being towed during publicity demonstration flight at Lambert Field, St Louis, MO
					Aug 1, 1943.  All ten aboard the glider were killed.
				78844 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
42-78845/78847		Curtiss XP-55 Ascender
				Model 24
				78845 first flight Jul 19, 1943.  Crashed when pilot could not recover from a stall Nov 15, 1943.  Pilot bailed out.
				78846 first flight Jan 9, 1944.  Was in storage at the Paul Garber facility in Suitland, MD.  Underwent 
					restoration at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.  Went on display at the Kalamazoo Airzoo by 2006.
					Now at Udvar-Hazy Center of NASM
				78847 first flight Apr 25, 1944.  Crashed during air show at Wright Field, OH May 27, 1945.  Pilot killed.
42-78848/78922		Cancelled contract
42-78923/79422		Waco CG-4A-WO
				78943 to USAAF, attached to 302TCS/441TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC damaged in 
					a landing accident on Jan 16, 1944 at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC.
				78959 to USAAF, attached to to 38TCS/316TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC damaged 
					in a landing accident Dec 11, 1943 at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC.
				78964 to USAAF, attached to to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC 
					damaged in a mid air collision accident Nov 16, 1943 with CG-4A 42-62174 at AAF 
					Laurinberg Maxton, NC. 
				79027 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79217 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79226 to USAAF, attached to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC fatally 
					crashed in landing accident Sep 16, 1943 at Camp Mackall Field, NC.
				79291 to RAF as Hadrian II KK662.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				79292 to RAF as Hadrian II KK808.  DBR in gale, Bihta May 18, 1945.
				79306 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79309 to RAF as Hadrian II KK809.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				79311 to RAF as Hadrian II KH977.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				79313 to RAF as Hadrian II KK663.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				79315 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79317 to RAF as Hadrian II KH978.  SOCFeb 28, 1946
				79339 to RAF as Hadrian II KK664.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				79349 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79350 to RAF as Hadrian II KH979.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				79353 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79361 was to have gone to RAF as Hadrian II KH946, but diverted
					to RCAF, no RAF service.
				79364 crashed near Laurinberg-Maxton AAB, North Carolina May 2, 1944.  Tow ship lost an engine so the glider was cut
					loose.  The glider became fouled in the tow line and took a steep glide into the ground.  Pilot killed, the other
					3 on board seriously injured.
				79369 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79381 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79388 to RAF as Hadrian II FR747.  SOC Jan 20, 1945
42-79423		Curtiss XP-60A
				Model 95A.  First flight Nov 11, 1942.  Later scavenged for parts for XP-60C and XP-60E.  To CL-26 at
					Wright Field Apr 15, 1944.
42-79424		Curtiss XP-60C
				Model 95C.  First flight Jan 27, 1943.  Salvaged at Robins AB Apr 27, 1945
42-79425		Curtiss XP-60E
				Model 95B.  Was to have Allison engine and originally designated XP-60B, but fitted with P&W R-2800 before
					delivery as Model 95D and redesignated XP-60E.  First flight May 26, 1943..  W/o after landing accident 
					after May 1944.
42-79426/79545		G & A CG-4A-GA
				79439 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79529 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79537 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79542 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial
					unknown and may never have been issued
				79545 to USAAF, attached to 38TCS/10TCG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC 
					crashed in a landing accident after a stall-spin Nov 27, 1943 at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC.
42-79546		Hamilton UC-89
				Model H-47 R-12 commandeered  from Trasportes Aereos Gelebert y Cia Lda 
					by USAAF Aug 14, 1942 in Canal Zone.  Found unsuitable for use and SOC Aug 1943.
42-79547		Stinson C-91
				Model SM.6000A ser no RX-17 impressed by USAAF in Panama.  Removed from service in Sept 1943.
					Was originally NC15110, listed as going to Tranportes Aereos 
					Gelabert of Panama as RX-17.  SOC Sep 1943.
42-79548		Akron-Funk UC-92
				Civilian-owned Model B-75-L ser no RX-2 commandeered by USAAF Aug 14, 1942 in Panama.
42-79549		Luscombe UC-90A
				Civilian Model 8A Silvaire ser no RX-24 commandeered by USAAF in Canal Zone.
42-79550		Luscombe UC-90
				Civilian Model 8B Silvaire ser no RX-25 commandeered by USAAF in Canal Zone.
42-79551/79554		Piper UC-83 Grasshopper
				J-5A Cub impressed from civilian users in Canal Zone.  
				Redesignated L-4F in 1943.
				79551 ex RX-26, MSN 5-513. Redesignated L-4G.   W/o at Rio Hato, Canal Zone Jan 10, 1943
				79552 ex RX-20, MSN 5-515. Redesignated L-4G.  Damaged in accident at Albrook Field Aug
					27, 1942, still as RX-20.
				79553 ex R-9E, MSN 5-514.  Redesignated L-4G.  Damaged in accident at Panama Bay,
					Canal Zone Oct 22, 1942
				79554 ex RX-27, MSN 5-211.  Redesignated L-4G.  Grounded Nov 10, 1942
42-79555		Piper UC-83B Grasshopper
				J-4E Cub R-11E MSN 4-1323 impressed from civilian user Aug 14, 1942
					in Canal Zone.  Redesignated L-4E in 1943.  W/o near Rio Hato
					Aug 26, 1943.
42-79556		Taylorcraft UC-95 Grasshopper
				Model BL-65 (MSN 2495) ser no R-10E of Panama Aviation Club impressed from civilian user 
					Aug 14, 1942 in Panama.  Later redesignated L-2F
42-79557/79558		Piper UC-83A Grasshopper
				J-3C-65 Cub impressed from civilian users in Canal Zone.
				Redesignated L-4C in 1943.
				79557 ex R-22E MSN 6170
				79558 ex R-23E MSN 6167 impressed as L-4C
42-79559		Taylorcraft L-2L Grasshopper  
				Model BF-50 MSN 1170 ex R-4E impressed Aug 28, 1942 
					from civilian users K. Houx and R. D. Maynard.
42-79560		Grumman G-21A
				MSN 1054, ex NC3055 impressed by USAAF.  Restored to NC3055 1945. N704A; N33S; N66QA, 
					cancelled Jun 12, 2013.   Reported dismantled with Antilles Seaplanes, Gibsonville, NC. 
42-79561		Fleetwings XBQ-1-FL
				Assault drone.  BQ-1 program cancelled Jul 1944 when the only XBQ-1 prototype crashed.  First flight May 1944.
				Material Division, right Field, Dayton, OH.  Force landed Jul 17, 1944 after engine failure 1 mi N 
				of Wright Fiel, OH
42-79562		Fleetwings XBQ-2A-FL
				Assault drone.  Project terminated Dec 1943.  Redesignated ZXBQ-2A after program was cancelled to denote
					its obsolescence.
42-79563/79662		Contract cancelled
42-79663/79672		Curtiss A-25A-10-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.  
					Not used by Army in combat, redesignated RA-25A
42-79673/79732		Curtiss A-25A-15-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.  
					Not used by Army in combat, redesignated RA-25A
				79673/79682 (MSN 4583/4592) to RAAF as A69-1/A69-10.
42-79733/79972		Curtiss A-25A-20-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.  
					Not used by Army in combat, redesignated RA-25A
				79804 (4134th Base Unit, Spokane AAF) collided in midair with RA-25A 42-79826 while participating in
					air show near Spokane, Washington Jul 23, 1944.  All 4 onboard killed.  A Paramount Pictures 
					newsreel crew caught the accident on film, which was examined by the crash investigation board for clues to the accident. 
					This footage was later incorporated into the 1956 film "Earth vs. the Flying Saucers".
				79826 (4134th Base Unit, Spokane AAF) collided in midair with RA-25A 42-79804 while participating in
					air show near Spokane, Washington Jul 23, 1944.  All 4 onboard killed.  A Paramount Pictures 
					newsreel crew caught the accident on film, which was examined by the crash investigation board for clues to the accident. 
					This footage was later incorporated into the 1956 film "Earth vs. the Flying Saucers".
42-79973/80132		Curtiss A-25A-25-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.
					Not used by Army in combat, redesignated RA-25A  
				79977/80116 were originally Lend-Lease to Australia as A69-11/A69-150. Not delivered and order cancelled Jan 5, 1944, 
					re-assigned to US Marine Corps as SB2C-1A Bu 75218/75357.
				80117 to RFC No 15, 1944
				80118 to RFC Apr 13, 1945
				80119 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				80120 to RFC Mar 20, 1945
				80121 surveyed at Bluethenthal AAF, AR Jul 12, 1944
				80122 to RFC Dec 13,1944
				80123 to RFC Nov 5, 1944
				80124 to RFC Feb 10, 1945
				80125 to RFC Oct 19, 1944
				80126 to RFC Mar 24, 1945
				80127 to RFC Mar 24, 1945
				80128 to RFC Dec 4,1944
				80129 to RFC Apr 23,1945
				80130 to RFC Jan 24, 1945
				80131 to RFC at Kackson AAF, MS Dec 1944
				80132 departed USA for Balboa, CZ Nov 16, 1945
42-80133/80462		Curtiss A-25A-30-CS Shrike
				Model S84, later 84B.  Army version of SB2C-1.  Later adopted the Navy name of Helldiver.  
					Not used by Army in combat, redesignated RA-25A
				80134 to reclamation/scrap at Strother AAF, KS May 23, 1945
				80135 to RFC Jan 12, 1945
				80136 to RFC Jan 15,1945
				80137 to RFC Jan Jan 15, 1945
				80138 to RFC May 23, 1945
				80139 to RFC Jan 2,1945
				80140 to RFC Jan 30,1 944
				80141 to RFC Oct 5,1944
				80142 to reclamation/scrap at Robbins AAF, GA Aug 3,1945
				80143 to RFC Nov 9, 1944
				80144 to RFC Apr 26, 1945
				80145 to RFC Oct 18,1944
				80146 surveyed at Los Angeles, CA Mar 20,1944
				80147 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 30, 1945
				80148 to RFC Dec 13, 1944
				80149 to reclamation/scrap at McClellan AAF, CA Aug 30, 1945
				80150 to reclamation at Palacios AAF, TX Feb 17, 1945
				80151 to RFC/scrap at Deming AAF, NM May 16, 1944
				80152 to RFC Jan 3, 1945
				80153 to RFC Oct 19, 1944
				80154 to RFC Mar 20, 1945
				80155 to RFC Dec 4, 1944
				80156 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 1, 1944
				80157 to reclamation/scrap at Lowry Field, Co Jul 21, 1945
				80158 condemned May 1, 1945
				80159 to RFC Jan 2, 1945
				80160 to RFC Mar 20, 1945
				80161 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				80162 to RFC Oct 12, 1944
				80163 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 27, 1945
				80164 to RFC Oct 6, 1945
				80165 to RFC Mar 29, 1945
				80166 to reclamation/scrap at Spokane AAF, WA May 7, 1945
				80167 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
				80168 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				80169 to reclamation/scrap at Abilene, TX Oct 26, 1944
				80170 to RFC Mar 14, 1945
				80171 condemned survey May 1, 1945
				80172 condemned May 1, 1945
				80173 to RFC Jan 27, 1945
				80174 condemned survey May 1, 1945
				80175 to RFC Oct 13, 1944
				80176 to reclamation/scrap at Metropolitan, CA Aug 14, 1945
				80177 to RFC at Stamford, TX Mar 31, 1945
				80178 surveyed at Truax AAF Nov 2, 1944
				80179 to RFC at Ponca City Mar 20, 1945.
				80180 to CL-26 at Admore AAF Oct 17, 1944
				80181 surveyed at Anilene AAF Nov 1 ,1944
				80182 to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 12, 1945
				80183 to RFC Mar 15, 1945
				80184 to reclamation/scrap at Clinton, OK Aug 30, 1945
				80185 to reclamation/scrap at Peterson AAF, CO Aug 30, 1945
				80186 condemned survey May 1, 1945
				80187 condemned survey May 1, 1945
				80188 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				80189 condemned survey May 1, 1945
				80190 to RFC Jun 14, 1945
				80191,80192 to US Marine Corps as SB2C-1A BuNo 75358,75359
				80193 condemned survey May 1, 1945
				80194 condemned survey May 1, 1945
				80195/80423 to US Marine Corps as SB2C-1A BuNo 75360/75588.
				80424/80462 to US Marine Corps as SB2C-1A BuNo 76780/76818.
					80449 at USAF Museum undergoing restoration
42-80463/82662		Cancelled contract for Curtiss A-25A
42-82663/83365		Fairchild PT-19B-FA
				82663 (MSN T43-5250) to El Salvador May 1943 as 35
				82664 (MSN T43-5251) to El Salvador May 1943 as 34
				82665 (MSN T43-5252) to El Salvador May 1943 as 33 
				82666 to RFC Oct 29, 1944
				82667 to RFC Jul 9, 1945
				82668 to RFC Oct 24,1944
				82669 to RFC Jan 4, 1945
				82670 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				82671 to RFC Apr 19, 1945
				82672 to RFC Apr 5, 1945
				82673 surveyed at El Reno AAF Dec 15, 1944
				82674 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				82675 surveyed at El Reno AAF, OK Oct 6, 1943
				82676 to RFC Apr 20, 1945
				82677 to RFC at Ponca City Apr 27, 1945
				82678 wrecked at Mustang Field, El Reno, OK Jul 1, 1943.  2 killed
				82679 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				82680 to RFD Sep 9, 1944
				82681 surveyed at Ft. Stockton AAF Sep 10, 1943
				82682 to RFC Sep 11, 1944
				82683 to RFC Sep 21, 1944
				82684 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82685 to RFC Sep 25, 1944
				82686 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
				82687 to RFC Sep 26, 1944
				82688 surveyed at Ft. Stockton AAF Dec 16, 1943
				82689 to RFC Jul 16, 1945
				82690 to RFC Apr 12, 1945
				82691 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82692 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82693 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				82694 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				82695 to RFC at Uvalde AAF, TX Dec 12, 1944.
				82696/82705 to Mexico May 1943
				82706 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82707 to RFC Sep 26, 1944
				82708 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				82709 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				82710 to RFC Sep 6, 1944
				82711 to RFC Sep 26, 1944
				82712 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				82713 to RFC Sep 25, 1944
				82714 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				82715 to RFC Sep 25, 1944
				82716 to RFC Apr 26, 1945
				82717 to RFC Sep 26, 1944
				82718 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				82719 to RFC Oct 21,1944
				82720 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				82721 to RFC Sep 21, 1944
				82722 to RFC Sep 20, 1944
				82723 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				82724 (MSN T43-5311) to RFC Dec 8, 1944.  Registered as N46389
				82725 to reclamation/scrap Sheppard AFB, TX Jul 15, 1946
				82726 to RFC Sep 26, 1944
				82727 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				82728 surveyed at Sheppard AAF, TX Mar 21,1945
				82730 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				82731 to RFC Apr 7, 1945
				82732 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 5, 1944
				82733 surveyed at Ft Stockton AAF Sep 30, 1943
				82734 to RFC Sep 21, 1944
				82735 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				82736 surveyed at Ft Stockton AAF, TX May 6, 1944
				82737 to RFC Apr 6, 1945
				82738 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				82739 to RFC Sep 25, 1944
				82740 to FFC Oct 7, 1944
				82741 to RFC Sep 26, 1944
				82742 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				82744 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				82745 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				82746 to RFC Oct 5 ,1944
				82747 surveyed at El Reno Apr 11, 1944
				82748 surveyed at El Reno  Jan 17, 1944
				82749 to RFC Mar 24, 1945
				82750 to RFC Oct 5, 1944
				82751 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				82752 to RFC Dec 7, 1944
				82753 to RFC Jul 21, 1944
				82754 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				82755 to RFC Apr 26, 1945
				82756 to RFC at Readington, PA Dec 14, 1945
				82757 to Apr 19,1945
				82758 toi RFC Apr 5, 1945
				82759 surveyed at El Reno Apr 22,1 944
				82760 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				82761 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 4,1945
				82762 to RFC at Ponca City Oct 17, 1944
				82763 to RFC at Newark AB, NJH Jan 11, 1945
				82764 to RFC Mar 31,1 945
				82765 surveyed at El Reno Nov 25,1943
				82766 to RFC Oct 26, 1944
				82767 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				82768 surveyed at El Reno AAF Aug 1, 1944
				82769 to RFC Oct 17, 1944.
				82770 surveyed at El Reno AAF, OK Jan 1, 1944
				82771 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				82772 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				82773 to RFC Oct 29, 1944
				82774 to reclamation/scrap Enid AAF Mar 30, 1946
				82775 to reclamation/scrap Enid AAF Oct 26, 1944
				82776 to RFC Oct 25, 1944
				82777 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				82778 to RFC Apr 6, 1945
				82779 to RFC Jul 21, 1944
				82780 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				82781 surveyed Mar 9, 1944
				82782 to RFC Oct 25, 1944
				82783 to RFC Oct 9, 1944
				82784 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 6, 1944
				82785 to RFC Oct 25, 1944
				82786 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 6, 1944
				82787 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82788 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				82789 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82790 to RFC Oct 19, 1944
				82791 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				82792 to RFC Oct 19, 1944
				82793 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82794 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				82795 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82796 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82797 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82798 to RFC Apr 19, 1945
				82799 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82800 to RFC Feb 18, 1944
				82801 to RFC Jul 18, 1944
				82802 to RFC Jul 18, 1944
				82803 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82804 to RFC Jun 18, 1944
				82805 to RFC Apr 19, 1945
				82806 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 19, 1944
				82807 wrecked 8 mi SW of Coleman, TX Oct 9, 1943.  Instructor killed, student injured
				82808 to RFC May 5, 1945
				82809 to RFC Oct 16, 1944
				82810 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82811 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				82812 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				82813 to RFC at La Mesa Nov 2, 1944
				82814 to RFC Oct 18, 1944
				82815 to RFC Oct 5, 1944
				82816 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				82817 to RFC Oct 20, 1944
				82818 to RFC Jun 26, 1945
				82819 to RFC at Newark AB, NU Dec 8, 1944
				82820 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				82821 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				82822 to reclamation/scrap at Abilene AAF Oct 26, 1944
				82823 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82824 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82825 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 28, 1944
				82826 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				82827 to RFC Mar 27, 1945
				82828 surveyed at Cuero AAF Jan 29, 1944
				82829 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 18, 1944
				82830 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				82831 to reclamation/scrap at Sheppard AAF Feb 13, 1946
				82832 to China Oct 1944
				82833 to RFC Apr 5, 1945
				82834 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82835 to RFC Apr 6, 1945
				82836 to RFC Sep 10, 1944
				82837 (MSN T43-5424) to RFC Sep 27, 1944. Seen at EAA Northwest Fly-in Arlington, WA Jul 14, 2001
					as N49219.
				82838 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				82839 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				82840 to RFC at Columbus Sep 22, 1944
				82841 to Brazil Jun 1943
				82842 to Brazil Jun 1943
				82843/82855 to Mexico Jun 1943
				82856/82858 (MSN T43-5443/5445) to El Salvador Jun 1943 as 38/40
				82859 to RFC at La Mesa Mar 27, 1945
				82860 to RFC Apr 5, 1945
				82861 to RFC Mar 22, 1945
				82862 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82863 to RFC at Brady Oct 17, 1944
				82864 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 9, 1944
				82865 to RFC Nov 3, 1944
				82866 to RFC Oct 26, 1944
				82867 to RFC Jul 19, 1944
				82868 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 10, 1944
				82869 to RFC at Newark AB, NJ Jan 4, 1945
				82870 to RFC Oct 18, 1944.  Now flyable by J. Denest at New Garden, PA as N60112
				82871 to China Oct 1944
				82872 to China Oct 1944 
				82873 surveyed at Muskogee AAF, OK Oct 4, 1943
				82874 to RFC Oct 15, 1944
				82875 to RFC Apr 6, 1945
				82876 surveyed at Muskogee AAF, OK Jan 19, 1944
				82877 condemned salvage accident non cobat Jan 20, 1946
				82878 condemned salvage Jun 29, 1945
				82879 to RFC Jul 21, 1944
				82880 surveyed at Missouri Institute of Aeronautics Nov 18, 1943
				82881 to RFC Jul 21, 1944
				82882 to RFC Oct 30, 1944
				82883 to RFC Jul Jul 21, 1944
				82884 to RFC Jul 21, 1944
				82885 to RFC Oct 10, 1944
				82886 to RFC Oct 10, 1944
				82887 to RFC Jul 21, 1944
				82888 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				82940 wrecked 18 mi SE of Ballenger, TX in midair with PT-19A 42-20199 Jul 19, 1943 and DBR
				82941 to RFC Nov 27, 1944
				82942 to RFC Nov 27, 1944
				82943 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				82944 surveyed at Ballinger, TX Aug 4, 1944
				82945 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				82946 to RFC Oct 18, 1944
				82947 to RFC May 18, 1945
				82948 to RFC Oct 20, 1944
				82949 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 20, 1944
				82950 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				82951 to RFC Oct 20, 1944
				82952 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				82953 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 26, 1944
				82954 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
				82955 to Mexico Sep 1944
				82956 to RFC at Cincinatti Jan 2, 1944
				82957 diverted sold to Government of India Apr 10, 1946
				82958 to Mexico Sep 1945
				82959 surveyed at Curtis AAF, TX Aug 21, 1943
				82960 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				82961 to RFC Jul 30,1945
				82962 condemned salvage Jun 10, 1945
				82963 condemned crashed Jun 8, 1945
				82964 to RFC at Camden Sep 20, 1944
				82965/82976 to Brazil Jul 1943
				82977/82980 to Mexico Jul 1943
				82981 to Brazil Jul 1943
				82982/82988 to Mexico Jun 1943
				82989 to RFC Nov 27, 1944
				82990 to RFC Dec 4, 1944
				82991 to RFC Nov 27, 1944
				82992 to RFC Apr 18, 1945
				82993 to RFC Nov 28, 1944
				82994 to RFC Apr 17, 1945
				82995 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				82996 to RFC Nov 27,1944
				82997 to CL-26 at Chickasha AAF, OK Oct 20, 1943
				82998 to RFC Apr 28,1945
				82999 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				83000 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				83001 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				83002 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				83003 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				83004 to reclamation/scrap at Birmingham, AL Feb 13, 1946
				83005 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 27, 1944
				83006 to RFC Nov 9, 1944
				83007 condemned salvage accident non combat related Jan 20,1946
				83008 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83009 condemned salvage accident non combat related Jan 20, 1946
				83010 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83011 to RFC at Ponca City Sep 2, 1944.  To civil registry as N54270.  Now at March AFB Museum, CA
				83012 to RFC Sep 21, 1944
				83013 to RFC Sep 21, 1945
				83014 to RFC Apr 5, 1945
				83015 to RFCn Sep 1, 1944
				83106 to RFC Sep 10, 1944
				83017 to RFC Oct 17, 1944
				83018 toRFC Oct 23, 1944
				83019 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				83020 to RFC Mar 29, 1945
				83021 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				83022 to RFC Oct 25, 1944
				83023 to RFC Oct 22, 1944
				83024 surveyed at Corsicana AAF, TX Sep 24, 1944
				83025 to China Oct 1944
				83026 to RFC Mar 29,1945
				83027 surveyed at Muskogee, OK Mar 18, 1944
				83028 to China Oct 1944
				83029 to China Oct 1944
				83030 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 27, 1944
				83031 to RFC Oct 16, 1944
				83032 to China Oct 1944
				83033 to China Oct 1944
				83034 to China Oct 1944
				83035 to RFC Oct 16, 1944
				83036 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83037 to RFC Mar 31, 1945
				83038 to RFC May 29, 1945
				83039 to RFC Mar 27, 19458
				83040 to RFC Apr 6, 1945
				83041 to China Oct 1944
				83042 to China Oct 1944
				83043 to China Oct 1944
				83044 to China Oct 1944
				83045 surveyed at Cimarron AAF, OK Apr 4,1944
				83046 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				83047 to RFC at West helena, AR Oct 27, 1944
				83048 to China Oct 1944
				83049 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83050 to China Oct 1944
				83051 to China Oct 1944
				83052 to China Oct 1944
				83053 to Mexico Sep 1944
				83054 to RFC Oct 28, 1944
				83055 to RFC Nov 1, 1944
				83056 to RFC Oct 21, 1944
				83057 to RFC Nov 2, 1944
				83058 to RFC Nov 2, 1944
				83059 to RFC Jul 21, 1944
				83060 to RFC Oct 28, 1944
				83061 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				83062 to RFC Oct 31, 1944
				83063 to RFC Nov 1, 1944
				83064 to RFC Nov 2, 1944
				83065 to RFC Oct 31, 1944
				83066 to RFC Nov 1,1944
				83067 to RFC at Des Moines, IO Dec 8, 1944
				83068 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83069 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83070 to RFC Sep 21, 1944
				83071 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83072 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83073 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83074 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83075 to RFC Sep 10,1944
				83076 to RFC Sep 27, 1944
				83077 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83078 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				83079 to RFC at Cimarron AAF, Sep 23, 1944
				83080 to RFC Sep 20, 1944
				83081/83084 to Uruguay Aug 1943
				83085/83092 to Brazil Aug 1943
					83085 (MSN T43-5672) to Paraguayan AF as FAP 0015 and later FAP 0293
				83093/83104 (MSN T43-5680/5691) Lend-Lease to Ecuador Aug 1943 as 10/21
				83105/83107 to Mexico Aug 1943
				83108/83114 to Chile Nov 1943
					83114 (MSN 743-5701) noted Mar 2004 at Southern Muyseum of Flight,
						Birmingham, AL
				83115/83119 to Uruguay Aug 1943
				83120 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				83121 to RFC at Ft Stockton, TX Oct 25, 1944
				83122 to RFC Oct 22, 1944
				83123 to RFC at Newark, NJ Feb 21, 1945
				83124 to RFC Dec 18, 1944
				83125 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83126 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 22, 1945
				83127 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 22, 1945
				83128 surveyed at Victory AAF, TX Apr 3, 1944
				83129 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 14, 1944
				83130 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83131 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 5, 1945
				83132 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83133 to RFC at West Helena, AR Apr 2, 1945
				83134 to RFC at Readington, PA Jan 24, 1945.  Now owned by Dan Kell and is being restored.
				83135 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 7, 1944
				83136 to RFC at Newark, NJ Feb 20, 1945
				83137 to RFC Oct 18,1944
				83138 surveyed at Bonham AAF, TX Dec 3, 1943
				83140 to RFC Oct 18, 1944
				83142 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83143 to RFC Dec 8, 1944
				83144 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 20, 1944
				83145 to RFC Oct 19, 1944
				83146 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 10, 1944
				83147 to RFC Sep 16, 1944
				83148 to RFC Apr 17, 1945
				83149 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
				83150 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83151 to RFC Sep 30,1944
				83152 to RFC Oct 5, 1944
				83153 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83154 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				83155 to RFC Sep 6, 1944
				83156 to RFC Mar 5, 1945
				83157 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				83158 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				83159 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				83160 to RFC at Cimarron Apr 6, 1945
				83161 to RFC Oct 6, 1944
				83162 to RFC Oct 25, 1944
				83163 diverted to British ADO for China Jan 7, 1946
				83164 (MSN T43-5751) to RFC Oct 24, 1945.  Registered as N48488.
				83165 to RFC at Newark, NJ Feb 21, 1945
				83166 to RFC at West Helena, AR Oct 26, 1944
				83167 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 22, 1945
				83168 to RFC Oct 9, 1944
				83169 to RFC Oct 9, 1944
				83170 to RFC Apr 1, 1945
				83171 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				83172 to RFC Oct 2, 1944
				83173 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				83174 to RFC Jul 24, 1944
				83175 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				83176 to RFC at Bettis Sep 7, 1945
				83177 to RFC at Cincinatti Apr 4, 1944
				83178 to RFC May 8, 1945
				83179 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83180 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
				83181 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
				83182 to RFC at Cincinatti sep 2, 1944
				83183 to RFC at Ponca City Apr 19, 1945
				83184 to RFC Apr 3, 1945
				83185 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83186 to RFC Sep 11, 1944
				83187 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 28, 1944
				83188 to RFC at Vernon, TX Oct 7, 1944
				83189 to RFC sep 17, 1944
				83190 to RFC Oct 25, 1944
				83191 to RFC Jul 9, 1945
				83192 surveyed at Balinger AAF, TX Aug 11, 1944
				83193 to RFC Oct 30,1944
				83194 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83195 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83196 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				83197 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 28, 1944
				83198 to RFC Apr 2, 1945
				83199 surveyed at Sheppard AAF, TX Jun 13, 1944.
				83200 wrecked 6 mi SW of Paintrock, TX Nov 8, 1943. Pilot bailed out
				83201 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
				83202 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83203 to RFC Sep 21, 1944
				83204 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
				83205 to RFC Sep 6, 1944
				83206 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83207 to RFC Sep 2,1948
				83208 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				83209 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83210/83212 to Mexico Sep 1943
				83213/83222 to Brazil Sep 1943
				83223/83230 to Chile Nov 1943
				83231 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				83232 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83233 surveyed at Bonham AAF, TX Feb 12, 1944
				83234 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 13, 1944
				83235 to RFC Oct 30, 1944
				83236 to RFC at McKellar, TN SEp 26, 1944
				83237 surveyed at Murfreesboro AAF, TN Jun 2, 1944
				83238 to RFC at Helena, AR Aug 5, 1944
				83239 to RFC Aug 28, 1944
				83240 to RFC Oct 5, 1945
				83241 toRFC at Camden Sep 20, 1944
				83242 to RFC Mar 28, 1945
				83243 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 6, 1944
				83244 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				83245 to RFC Apr 18, 1945.
				83246 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
				83247 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83248 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 2, 1944
				83249 to RFC Apr 26, 1945
				83250 to RFC Apr 3, 1945
				83251 to RFC Apr 2,1945
				83252 to RFC at Camden Sep 20, 1944
				83253 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				83254 to RFC at Kansas, MO Aug 27, 1945
				83255 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83256 to RFC at Helena, AR Aug 5, 1944
				83257 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				83258 to RFC Mar 18, 1945
				83259 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				83260 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				83261 to RFC at Helena, AR Aug 5, 1944
				83262 to RFC at Helena, AR Aug 5, 1944
				83263 to RFC at Helena, AR Aug 5, 1944
				83264 to RFC Apr 26, 1945
				83265 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				83266 to RFC at Ponca City Nov 16, 1944
				83267 to RFC Nov 24, 1944
				83268 to RFC Jan 23, 1945
				83269 to RFC at Newark, NJ Feb 21, 1945.
				83270 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 16, 1943
				83271 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83272 to RFC Mar 21, 1945
				83273 surveyed at Sheppard AAF Jul 1, 1944
				83274 to China Oct 1944
				83275 surveyed at Cuero AAF, TX May 2, 1944
				83276 to China Oct 1944
				83277 to RFC at Cincinatti Nov 28, 1944
				83279 to China Oct 1944
				83280 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 3, 1944
				83281 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
				83282 to RFC at Helena, AR Aug 5, 1944
				83284 to RFC at Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83285 to RFC at Helena, AR Aug 5, 1944.
				83286 to RFC at Charrell Field Sep 18, 1944
				83287 to RFC at Helenam, AR Aug 5, 1944
				83288 to RFC Sep 22, 1944
				83298 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83290 to RFC Sep 30, 1944
				83291 Chile diverted to Military Intelligence Jun 27, 1947
				83292 to RFC at Newark, NJ Feb 20, 1945
				83293 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 11, 1945
				83294 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83295 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				83296 to RFC Apr 12, 1945
				83297 to RFC Oct 26, 1944
				83298 to RFC Apr 27, 1945
				83299 to RFC Apr 19, 1945
				83300 to RFC Sep 25, 1944
				83301 to RFC Sep 25, 1944
				83302 to RFC Apr 16, 1945
				83303 to RFC Sep 6, 1944
				83304 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				83305 to RFC Sep 27, 1944
				83306 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				83307 to RFC Mar 24, 1945
				83308 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 2, 1944
				83309 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 6, 1944
				83310 surveyed at Ft Stockton AAF, TX Dec 14, 1943
				83311 to RFC Apr 5, 1945
				83312 to RFC Apr 18, 1945
				83313 (MSN T43-5900) to RFC at Jackson, TN Sep 1, 1944. Registed LG-BAE May 21, 1945
				83314 to RFC Sep 25, 1944
				83315 to RFC Sep 28, 1944
				83316 to RFC Sep 27, 1944
				83317 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				83318 to RFC Apr 24, 1945
				83319 to RFC Jun 10, 1945
				83320 to RFC Apr 8, 1945
				83321 to RFC Aug 9, 1944
				83322 to RFC Dec 9, 1944
				83323 to RFC Jul 18, 1944
				83324 (MSN T43-5911) to RFC Jul 18, 1944.  Registered LG-BAF May 24, 1945
				83325 to RFC Jul 18, 1944
				83326 to RFC Jul 18, 1944
				83327 (MSN T43-5914) to RFC Jul 18, 1944.  Registered LG-BAD May 24, 1945
				83328/83337 to Chile Dec 1943
				83338/83347 to Brazil Oct 1943
				83348/83349 to Mexico Oct 1943
				83350 surveyed at Sikeston, MO Nov 1943
				83351 to RFC at Newark, NJ Feb 20, 1945
				83352 to RFC at Newark, NJ Jan 10, 1945
				83353 to RFC Oct 28, 1944
				83354 to RFC at Newark NJ Jan 22, 1945
				83355 surveyed at Sikeston, MO Oct 27, 1943
				83356 to RFC Sep 7, 1945
				83357 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83358 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83359 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83361 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 29, 1944
				83362 to RFC Mar 31, 1945
				83363 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83364 to RFC Sep 2, 1944
				83365 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
42-83366/83662		Fairchild PT-19A-FA
				83366; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Cincinatti  6 Sep 1944
				83367 (MSN T43-5954); PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Sta#2562  5 Sep 1944.  To civilian registry 
					as N519SH
				83368; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Cincinatti  13 Sep 1944
				83369; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Cincinatti  6 Sep 1944
				83370; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Sta#2592  8 Sep 1944
				83371; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Augusta  30 Oct 1944
				83372; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Sta#2592  9 Sep 1944
				83373; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Robbins AAF  5 Sep 1944
				83374: PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Sta#1040  5 Apr 1945
				83375: PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Sta#2548  4 Sep 1944
				83376: PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943.  To RFC Sta#2618  19 Sep 1944
				83377 to RFC Sta#2926 Oct 30, 1944
				83378; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943:  To RFC Sta#1039 5 Apr 1945
				83379 to RFC Sep 9, 1944
				83380 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
				83381 to RFC Oct 13, 1944
				83382; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943:  To RFC Sta#2618  19 Sep 1944
				83383; PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943:  To RFC Ponca City  1 Sep 1944
				83384 to RFC Sep 21, 1944
				83385 to RFC Oct 12, 1944
				83386 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83387: PT-19B redesignated PT-19A 20 Oct 1943:  To RFC Sta#490  23 Mar 1945
				83388 to RFC Sep 5, 1944
				83389 to RFC Sep 16, 1944
				83390 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
				83391 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
				83392 to RFC Mar 22, 1945
				83393 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				83394 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
				83395 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				83396 to RFC Mar 18, 1945
				83397 to RFC Aug 13, 1944
				83398 to RFC Sep 21, 194
				83399 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
				83400 to RFC Sep 4, 1944
				83401 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				83402 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				83403 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				83404 to RFC at McKellar AAFD Sep 26, 1944
				83405 to RFC Oct 30, 1944
				83406 to RFC Mar 18, 1945
				83407 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 13, 1944
				83408 to RFC Sep 12, 1944
				83409 to RFC Oct 13, 1944
				83410 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				83411 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				83412 to RFC sep 8, 1944
				83413 to Venezuela Jul 22, 1945
				83414 to RFC Oct 12, 1944
				83415 to RFC Apr 5,1945
				83416 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
				83417 to RFC at Augusta AAF Oct 30, 1944
				83418 to RFC Apr 15, 1945
				83419 to RFC Sep 3, 1944
				83420 to RFC at McKellar AAF Sep 26, 1944
				83421 to RFC Sep 20, 1944
				83422 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83423 to RFC Mar 27, 1945
				83424 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83425 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83426 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83427 surveyed at Jackson AAF, TN Dec 18, 1943
				83428 to RFC Mar 28, 1945
				83429 to RFC Mar 27, 1945
				83430 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 2, 1944.  Currently owned by Commemorative AF as N46876.
				83431 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83432 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83433 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83434 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83435 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83436 to RFRC Mar 29, 1945
				83437 to RFC Mar 31, 1945
				83438 to RFC Mar 28, 1945
				83439 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 2, 1944
				83440 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 2, 1944
				83441 (MSN T43-7028) to RFC Sep 2, 1944.  Became N54194.  Reported sold
					Feb 2009 to owner in Brazil.  Registration PR-MPP reserved Mar 2009
				83442 to RFC Mar 29, 1945
				83443 to RFC at Cimarron AAF Sep 2, 1944
				83444 to RFC Mar 31, 1945
				83445 to RFC at Cincinatti Sep 2, 1944
				83446 to RFC Sep 2, 1944
				83447 to RFC Sep 17, 1944.  Fully restored and donated to the
					Hagerstown, MD Aviation Museum, Aug 2007
				83448 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83449 to RFC Aug 5, 1944
				83450 to RFC Aug 5, 1944
				83451 to RFC Aug 5, 1944
				83452 to RFC Aug 15, 1944.
				83453 to RFC Aug 15, 1944
				83454 to RFC Sep 5, 1944
				83455 to RFC Aug 15, 1944
				83456 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB Apr 7,1949
				83457 to RFC at Camden Sep 20, 1944
				83458 to RFC Apr 5, 1945
				83459 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
				83460 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83461 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83462 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83463 to RFC at Helena AAF, AR Jun 30, 1944
				83464 to RFC at Helena AAF, AR Jun 30, 1944 
				83465 to reclamation/scrap at Helena AAF, AR Mar 20, 1946
				83466 to RFC Aug 15, 1944
				83468 to RFC Mar 27, 1945
				83469 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83470 to RFC Oct 30, 1944
				83471 to RFC Mar 30, 1945
				83472 to RFC Oct 30, 1944
				83473 to RFC Sep 5, 1944
				83474 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83475 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83476 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AAF, Apr 7, 1949
				83477 to RFC at Rosemead, CA Aug 11, 1944
				83478 to RFC Oct 30, 1944
				83479 to RFC Sep 20,1944
				83480 to RFC Apr 7, 1945
				83481 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83482 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
				83483 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83484 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83485 to RFC at Rosemead, CA Apr 3,1945
				83486 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83487 to RFC Sep 19, 1944
				83488 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83489 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83490 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83491 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83492 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83493 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83494 to RFC at Rosemead, CA Aug 11,1944
				83495 to RFC Sep 15, 1944
				83496 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83497 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83498 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83499 to RFC Sep 18, 1944
				83500 to reclamation at Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83501 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				83502 to RFC Aug 13, 1944
				83503 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83504 to Guatemala Oct 8, 1946
				83505 to RFC at Garden City sep 1944
				83506 to RFC Aug 26, 1944
				83507 to RFC Sep 6, 1944
				83508 to RFC Sep 1, 1944
				83509 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Mar 9, 1949
				83510 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Nov 27, 1948
				83511 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
				83512 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
				83513 to RFC Mar 10, 1945
				83514 to RFC at Ponca City Sep 1, 1944
				83515 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83516 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83517 to RFC Sep 20, 1944
				83518 to RFC at Camden AAF Sep 20, 1944
				83519 to rFC at San Angelo AAF, TX Sep 19, 1944
				83520 to reclamation/scrap at Murfreesboro AAF, TN Mar 20, 1946
				83521 to RFC Sep 17, 1944
				83522 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB, OK Apr 7, 1949
				83525 to RFC Sep 16, 1944
				83526 to RFC Sep 16, 1944
				83527 to RFC Aug 29, 1944
				83528 declared excess Mobile AAF Jan 16, 1945
				83529 to RFC at Bush Field Oct 13, 1944
				83530 to storage at Garden City AAF, KS Mar 31, 1947
				83531 to storage at Garden City AAF, KS Apr 12, 1946
				83532 to RFC at Bush Field Oct 13, 1944
				83533 to RFC Mar 23, 1945
				83534 to RFC Sep 1,1944
				83535 to RFC Apr 5, 1945
				83536 declared excess at Mobile AAF, AL Jan 16, 1945
				83537 to RFC at Bush Field Oct 30, 1944
				83538 surveyed at Tuskegee AAF Jan 14, 1944
				83539 to reclamatin/scrap at Tuskegee AAF Mar 20, 1946
				83540 surveyed at Altus AAF Jun 26, 1944
				83541 to RFC Nov 27, 1944
				83542 to RFC at Perrin Field Mar 31, 1945
				83543 to RFC at Perrin Field Oct 24, 1944
				83544 to RFC at Perrin Field , TX Apr 28, 1945
				83545 to RFC Feb 15, 1945
				83546 to RFC Oct 5, 1944
				83547 to RFC Sep 11, 1944
				83548 to RFC Sep 10, 1944
				83549 to RFC Sep 27,1944
				83550 to RFC Oct 24, 1944
				83551 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 27, 1944
				83552 to RFC at Gibbs Field Oct 27, 1944
				83553 surveyed at Corsicana AAF, TX Oct 15, 1944
				83554 to RFC at Gibbs Field, TX Oct 15, 1944
				83555 to RFC at Moore Field Apr 24, 1945
				83556 to RFC at Moore Field, TX Oct 5, 1944
				83557 to RFC at Moore Field, TX Oct 5, 1944
				83558 to RFC at Moore Field, TX Oct 5, 1944
				83559 to RFC Oct 17, 1994
				83560 to RFC Ma 22, 1945
				83561 to RFC at La Mesa AAF, TX Nov 2, 1944
				83562 to RFC Oct 26, 1944
				83563 to RFC Oct 26, 1944
				83564 surveyed at Ft Worth AAF Jan 4, 1944
				83565 to RFC at West Helena, Arkansas Oct 26, 1944
				83566 to RFC at West Helena, Arkansas Oct 26, 1944
				83567 to RFC at West Helena, Arkansas Oct 26, 1944
				83568 to RFC Oct 10,1944
				83569 to RFC Oct 10, 1944
				83570 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				83571 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				83572 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				83573 to RFC Oct 23, 1944
				83574 to RFC Nov 28, 1944
				83575 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				83576 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				83577 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				83578 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB Mar 9, 1949
				83579 to RFC Jun 5, 1945
				83580 to Salinas, Ecuador Mar 4, 1944
				83581 to RFC Nov 16, 1944
				83582 to RFC Oct 11,1 944
				83583 to RFC Oct 11, 1944
				83584 to RFC Mar 28, 1945
				83585 to RFC Oct 11, 1944
				83586 to RFC Mar 28,1945
				83587 to RFC Mar 24, 1945
				83588 to RFC Oct 11, 1944
				83589 to RFC Oct 11, 1944
				83590 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83591 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83592 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83593 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83594 surveyed at Clarksdale AAF Jun 6, 1944
				83595 assigned to Mobile, AL.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as 
					NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 22, 1946 to Aug 6, 1951.
					To reclamation/scrap at Langley AFB May 2, 1950
				83596 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB Mar 9, 1949
				83597 to storage at Tinker AAF Mar 31, 1947
				83598 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83599 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB Mar 9, 1949
				83600 to RFC at La Mesa AAF, TX Sep 29, 1944
				83601 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83602 to RFC Sep 29, 1944
				83603 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB May 27, 1948
				83604 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83605 to RFC Oct 13, 1944
				83606 to reclamation/Scrap at Tinker AFB, OK Apr 7, 1949
				83607 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB, OK May 27, 1948
				83608 to RFC Oct 4, 1944
				83609 to storage at Tinker AAF, OK Mar 31, 1947
				83610 to storage at Tinker AAF, OK Mar 31, 1947
				83612 to RFC Sep 29, 1944
				83613 to reclamation/scrap at Tinker AFB Apr 7, 1949
				83614 to RFC Sep 29, 1944
				83615 surveyed at Clarksdale AAF Jun 14, 1944
				83616 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83617 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83618 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83619 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83620 to RFC Mar 21, 1945
				83621 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83622 to RFC Oct 7, 1944
				83623 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83624 to RFC at Ponca City Apr 24, 1945
				83625 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83626 to RFC at Ponca City Jun 10, 1945
				83628 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83629 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83630 to RFC at Ponca City Sep 7, 1944
				83631 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83632 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83633 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83634 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83635 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83636 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83637 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83638 to RFC Sep 7, 1944
				83639 to RFC at Kansas City Aug 28, 1945
				83640 to RFC at Fletcher Field Sep 7, 1944
				83641 (MSN T43-7228) to RFC at Fletcher Field Sep 7, 1944.  Made flyable by J. Denest at New Garden, PA 
					as N51324.  Resold to user in Norway as LN-BIF.
				83642 to RFC at Fletcher Field Sep 7, 1944.
				83643 to RFC at Fletcher Field Sep 7, 1944.  To Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA and flyable
					as "129" in markings of Fletcher Field, Mississippi ca 1941.
				83644 to RFC at Fletcher Field Sep 7, 1944
				83645 to RFC at Fletcher Field Sep 7, 1944
				83646 to RFC at Ponca City Sep 7, 1944
				83647 to RFC at Ponca City Sep 7, 1944
				83648 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944
				83649 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944
				83650 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944
				83651 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944.  On US civil registry as N524JM
				83652 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944
				83653 (MSN T43-7240) to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944.  Now at EAA, Oshkosh, WI
				83654 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944
				83655 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944
				83656 to RFC at Fletcher Field, MS Sep 7, 1944
				83657 diverted to Venezuela Jul 22, 1945
				83658 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB, OK Apr 7, 1949
				83659 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB, OK Apr 7, 1949
				83660 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB, OK Apr 7, 1949
				83661 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB, OK Apr 7, 1949
				83662 to reclamation/scrap Tinker AFB, OK Apr 7, 1949
42-83663/84162		North American A-36A
				MSN 97-15881/16380.
				83663 (FRTU) crashlanded on wheels-up belly landing at Landhi Field, India Oct 19, 1944.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was condemned salvage Oct 28, 1944
				83664 condemned excess inventory Nov 5, 1943
				83665 (MSN 97-15883) Taken on strength with the USAAF on 10/28/42. By August 1943 it was assigned to HQ 
					Squadron of the FSEF Training Group at Eglin Field, FL.  By January 1944 it was with HQ Squadron 
					of the 1st SEG Training Group.  To RFC at Cincinatti Feb 17, 1945.  Became
					N39502.  Crashed Sep 1, 1947 while racing, rebuilt and now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
				83666 wrecked at Eglin AAF, FL Dec 14, 1942
				83667 surveyed at Harding AAF Feb 8, 1944
				83668 condemned salvage Oct 13, 1944
				83669 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 18, 1945
				83670 to CL-26 at Yale University, New Haven, CT Jul 11, 1943
				83671 to reclamation/scrap at DeRidder AAF Aug 30, 1945
				83672 wrecked at Wright-Patterson AAF, OH Fec 11, 1942.  Pilot killed
				83673 wrecked at Hunter Field, Iowa Dec 1, 1942
				83674 wrecked at Waycross AAF Dec 28, 1942
				83675 wrecked at Waycross AAF, GA Jan 12, 1943
				83676 to reclamation/scrap at Lawson AAF Aug 30, 1945
				83677 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM May 28, 1945
				83678 to CL-26 at Meridian AAF, MS May 10, 1943
				83679 to RFC at Cincinatti Jun 25, 1945
				83680 surveyed at Harding AAF Dec 4, 1943
				83681 surveyed at Greenwood AAF, MS Jan 6, 1944
				83682 to RFC at Albuquerque AAF, NM Jun 19, 1945
				83683 wrecked 3 mi N of Biloxi, MS Feb 1, 1943
				83684 wrecked at Blythe AB, CA Dec 6, 1942
				83685 to RAF as EW998.  Used for tests by Aeroplane and Armament Experimental
					Establishement at Boscombe Down, England.  SOC Jul 15, 1943
				83686 to RFC at Kelly Field Apr 21, 1945
				83687 wheels up landing at Key Field, MS Mar 11, 1943.  Major damage.  To CL-26 at
					Indianapolis Field as RA-36A Dec 4, 1944
				83688 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 23, 1944
				83689 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 27, 1945
				83690 surveyed at Key AAF, MS Jan 15, 1943
				83691 surveyed at Harding AAF May 6, 1943
				83692 wrecked 5.5 mi SW of Drane Field, Lakeland, FL Sep 19, 1943
				83693 surveyed at Harding AAF May 6, 1943
				83694 to CL-26 at Harding AAF, LA May 26, 1943
				83695 (308th BS, 85th BG) in ground collision at Rice AAB,
					CA Mar 10, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				83696 condemned at Harding AAF Jun 3, 1943
				83697 condemned at Rice AAB Feb 5, 1943
				83698 surveyed at Harding AAF May 26, 1943
				83699 to reclamation at Indianapolis Apt, IN as RA-36A Jan 29, 1946
				83700 condemned Mar 29, 1943
				83701 to CL-26 at Blythe AAF, CA Apr 5, 1943
				83702 to reclamation/scrap at Kelly AAF, TX Dec 17, 1945
				83703 surveyed at Harding AAF Nov 9, 1943
				83704 surveyed at Orlando AAB, FL Nov 25, 1943
				83705 condemned at Keesler AAF, MS Feb 9, 1943
				83706 surveyed at Harding AAF Oct 13, 1943
				83707 wrecked in landing addident at Hunter AAF, GA Jan 8, 1943
				83708 condemned at American Airport, IL Jan 13, 1943
				83709 surveyed at Harding AAF Feb 22, 1943
				83710 to CL-26 at Meridian (Key Field), MS May 17, 1943
				83711 to RFC at Cincinatti Jun 7, 1945
				83712 to RFC at Cincinatti Jun 1, 1945
				83713 to RFC at Cincinatti Apr 21, 1945
				83714 to CL-26 at Waycross AAF Jan 12, 1943
				83715 to CL-26 at Harding AAF, LA Nov 9, 1943
				83716 to RFC at Cincinatti Jan 6, 1945
				83717 wrecked at Pope AAF, NC Jan 22, 1943. 
				83718 condemned at Savanna AAF, GA Feb 9, 1943
				83719 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 7,1945
				83720 surveyed at Leesburg AAF Jun 9, 1943
				83721 to RFC at Buckley AAF, CO Feb 18,1945
				83722 wrecked in takeoff accident at Keesler AAF, MA Jan 20, 1943
				83723 surveyed at Harding AAF Aug 17, 1943
				83724 surveyed at Harding AAF Jul 21, 1943
				83725 surveyed at Wright AAF Jan 4, 1944
				83726 surveyed at Harding AF Aug 16, 1943
				83727 to CL-26 at DeRidder, LA Jun 21, 1944
				83728 surveyed at Harding AAF Jun 3, 1943
				83729 surveyed at Harding AAF Jun 18, 1943
				83730 to RFC at Albuquerque AAF, NM Jun 21, 1945
				83731 (MSN 97-15949) to RFC at Albuquerque AAF, NM May 28, 1945.  Became N50452.
					Now with The Fighter Collection of Duxford, UK with 
					registration N251A, owned by Friedkin Family Chino Warbird Collection.  Presently being
					refurbished by Planes of Fame museum.
				83732 wrecked in force landing at Robbins AAF, GA Jan 21, 1943
				83733 wrecked 1.5 mi N of Waycross AAF
				83734 surveyed at Harding AAF Feb 5, 1944
				83735 to reclamation/scrap at Wright AAF, OH Apr 30, 1946
				83736 to RFC at Cincinatti Jun 25, 1945
				83737 to RFC at Cincinatti Feb 17,1945
				83738 to RFC at Cincenatti Jun 25, 1945.  Now at Warhawk Air Museum, Boise, ID under 
					restoration as a P-51B.  In 1990 was reported as having registration
					of N4607V
				83739 to RFC at Cincinatti Jan 19, 1945
				83740 surveyed at Harding AAF May 28, 1943
				83741 to reclamation/scrap at Key AAF, MS Jan 3, 1946
				83742 to RFC at Jackson AAF, MS Feb 10, 1945
				83743 (88th BS, 481st BG) in ground collision at Key Field,
					MS Mar 12, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				83744 surveyed at Muroc AAF, CA Jun 15, 1944
				83745 surveyed at Harding AAF May 27, 1943
				83746 to CL-26 at Smyrna AAF, TN Apr 8, 1943
				83747 surveyed at Harding AAF Aug 16, 1943
				83748 to CL-26 at Leesburg AAF, FL Mar 27, 1943
				83749 surveyed at Waycross Jun 1, 1943
				83750 crashed after propeller failure near Harding AAF, LA Aug 4, 1943.  Pilot bailed out
				83751 condemned at Waycross AAF Feb 27, 1943
				83752 surveyed at Harding AAF Apr 27, 1943
				83753 surveyed at Lurinburg-Maxton AAB, NC Jun 23, 1943
				83754 surveyed at Harding AAF Mar 23, 1943
				83755 to CL-26 at Maridian Field, MS May 25, 1943.  To reclamation/scrap Jul 9, 1947
				83756 surveyed Oct 4, 1943
				83757 surveyed at Harding AAF May 10, 1943
				83758 to RFC at Altus Jun 23, 1945
				83759 surveyd at Harding AAF Jan 8, 1943
				83760 to reclamation Sep 14, 1945
				83761 to CL-26 at San Bernardino AAB, CA Mar 14, 1943
				83762 condemned at Rice AAB Feb 5, 1943
				83763 wrecked at Rice AAB, CA Feb 12, 1943.  Pilot bailed
				83764 surveyed at Harding AAF Mar 15, 1944
				83765 to CL-26 at Chanute AAF Apr 22, 1943.  To reclamation/scrap at Chanute AAF Feb 27, 1946
				83766 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 23, 1944
				83767 to CL-26 at Long Beach AAF, CA Feb 28, 1943
				83768 ground looped during landing at Harding AAF, LA May 31, 1943 and wrecked.
					Surveyed Jun 1, 1943
				83769 to RFC at Cincinatti Mar 31,1945
				83770 to CL-26 at Harding AAF Nov 9, 1943
				83771 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945
				83772 to reclamation/scrap at Kelly AAF, TX Jun 5, 1946
				83773 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Aug 10, 1945
				83774 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Oct 3, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				83775 surveyed at Harding AAF May 10, 1943
				83776 condemned at Waycross AAF Apr 1, 1943
				83777 surveyed at Waycross AAF Jul 7, 1944
				83778 wrecked in landing accident at Waycross AAF, GA Jan 13, 1943
				83779 surveyed at Smyrna AAF, TN Apr 8, 1943
				83780 surveyed at Craig AAF Apr 13, 1943
				83781 surveyed at Harding AAF, LA Aug 7, 1943
				83782 wrecked at Waycross AAF Mar 10, 1943
				83783 condemned salvage Nov 23, 1944
				83784 surveyed at Waycross AAF Mar 14, 1944
				83785 (385th BS, 311 BG) crashed in training accident Jan 26, 1943
					near Maxton, NC.  Pilot killed.
				83786 to RFC at Cincinatti Aug 5, 1945
				83787 to CL-26 at Gainsville AAF, TX May 13, 1943
				83788 to RFC at Esler AAF Mar 20, 1945
				83789 surveyed at Pope AAF Jan 16, 1944.
				83790 (358th BS, 311th BG) in training accident at Waycross
					AAF, GA Mar 12, 1943.  Pilot bailed out OK.
				83791 to RFC at Kely AAF, TX Jun 25, 1945
				83792 to RFC at Cincinatti Dec 23, 1944
				83793 surveyed at Lake Charles AAB , LA Oct 5, 1945
				83794 wrecked at Camp Blanding, FL Feb 4, 1943
				83795 to RFC at Cincinatti Jun 1, 1945
				83796 to reclamation at Walnut Ridge Aug 30, 1945
				83797 to CL-26 at Alachua AAF, LA May 13, 1943
				83798 to RFC at Altus Jul 26, 1946
				83799 condemned salvage Apr 25, 1945
				83800 to CL-26 at Waycross, AAF, GA May 18, 1943
				83801 mission from Waycross AAF, GA Apr 25, 1943.
				83802 crashed Fort Sill, OK Jan 15, 1944 on routine training flight.  
					Pilot killed.
				83803 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 6, 1945
				83804 (310th BS, 86th BG) shot down by AAA over Canicaitti, Sicily Jul 16, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and
					evaded capture.  Plane condemned enemy action Jul 16, 1943
				83805 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) crashlanded at Clementine, Italy Jan 8, 1944.  Pilot killed.  Aircraft condemned 
					Jan 8, 1944
				83806 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) MIA Jun 3, 1944 at Florence, Italy.  Pilot killed.  
				83807 (86th BG) made wheels up belly landing after pilot forgot to lower the wheels at a dirt runway
					at unknown location in North Africa Jul 17, 1943.  Aircraft had two 500-lb bombs attached.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft DBR and was condemned non combat related Jul 17, 1943
				83808 condemned salvage May 13, 1943
				83809 (27th BG, 16th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/II and crashed off Lipari Island Aug 19, 1943.
					MACR 634.  Pilot POW.
				83811 condemned MIA Aug 3, 1943
				83812 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) shot down by AAA 10 mi NW of Viterbo, Italy Mar 13, 1944.  Pilot KIA
				83813 (86 BG, 525 BS) crashed near San Stefano, Italy
					Jun 29, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				83814 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				83815 condemned flak Oct 19, 1943
				83816 condemned crash landing Oct 13, 1943
				83817 (27th BG, 91st BS) failed to pull out of dive and crashed E of Enna, Sicily, Italy 
					Jul 10, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 107.  
				83818 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by AA near Langonegro, Italy Sep 12, 1943.  MACR 764.  Pilot KIA
				83819 condemned flak Jun 15, 1944
				83820 condemned excess inventory Nov 30, 1945
				83821 to CL-26 at Robbins AAF, GA Oct 12, 1943
				83822 condemned non combat related May 19, 1945
				83823 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by Fw 1090A-6 of JG 2 between Soriano and Attiliano, Italy Mar 13, 1944.
					Pilot bailed out over the sea and was KIA.  MACR 3171
				83824 condemned enemy action Aug 2, 1943
				83825 (529th FBS, 311th FBG) crashed from unknown cause at Brahmaputra, near Nagiguli, India 
					Dec 3, 1943, India.  MACR 1341. Pilot killed.
				83826 (86th BG, 310th BS) shot down by AAA at Agira, Sicily, Italy Jul 18, 1943. Pilot POW. MACR 376.
				83827 condemned salvage Sep 3, 1945
				83828 condemned salvage crash Jun 2, 1945
				83829 condemned Jul 2, 1944
				83830 (86th BG) crshed during wheels up belly landing at El Aouina Airfield, Tunisia due to mechanical
					failure Aug 6, 1943.  Pilot survived, but aircraft DBR and condemned for salvage Aug 22, 1944
				83831 condemned salvage Nov 9 1944
				83832 (86th BG, 309th BS) hit by A-36A that was taking off at Korba Airfield, Tunisia Jul 10, 1943.
					Aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Jul 10, 1943
				83833 condemned crash landing Sep 9, 1943
				83834 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) crashed from unknown cause in Italy on mission to Cisterna di Roma, Italy
					Feb 6, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft condemned Feb 6, 1944
				83835 (27th FBG, 523rd FBS) crashed from unknown cause near Cecina, Italy Jan 16, 1944.  May have been
					shot down by flak.  Pilot KIA, plane condemned due to enemy action Jan 16, 1944
				83836 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) shot down by AAA 1 mi W of Pescopagana, Italy Sep 19, 1943.
					MACR 711.  Pilot returned.
				83837 (FRTU) in landing accident at Landhi Airfield, India Sep 15, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged.  Not known if repaired.  Condemned for salvage Apr 5, 1945
				83838 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in taxi accident at Dinjan Airfield, Assam, India Apr 30, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired, condemned for salvage Mar 10, 1945
				83839 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				83840 surveyed at Harding AAF, LA Jun 3, 1943
				83841 (86th BG, 312th BS) hit by AAA and crashed near Gesso, Sicily, Italy Aug 15, 1943.  MACR 411.  Pilot POW.
				83842 condemed at Long Beach AAF, CA Mar 26, 1943
				83843 condemned crash May 23, 1945
				83844 condemned crash landing May 13, 1944
				83845 (86th FBG) crashed from unknown cause in Italy Apr 24, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
					Aircraft condemned Apr 29, 1944
				83846 condemned enemy action Aug 11, 1943
				83847 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Pontecorvo, Italy May 18, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became
					POW.  Plane condemned flak May 20, 1944
				83848 condemned MIA Jul 19, 1943
				83849 (27th FBG, 524th FBS) MIA Oct 22, 1943, Italy.  MACR 1062
				83850 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				83851 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) crashlanded during wheels-up belly landing at Cercola Airfield, Italy after
					ran out of fuel Nov 3, 1943.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR.  Plane condemned Nov 3, 1943
				83852 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				83853 condemned flak May 30, 1944
				83854 condemned crash landing Jul 9, 1943
				83855 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) crashed from unknown cause NE of Prangimino, Italy Feb 6, 1944.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.  Plane condemned Feb 6, 1944
				83856 condemned crash landing Feb 6, 1944
				83857 condemned salvage crash Mar 27, 1945
				83858 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) shot down by AAA over italy May 13, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  Plane condemned flak May 13, 1944
				83859 (86th FBG) MIA Apr 15, 1944, Italy.  MACR 3992
				83860 condemned enemy action Dec 16, 1943
				83861 condemned non combat related Dec 1, 1943
				83862 (311th FBG, 528th FBS0 in landing accident at Tingkawk Sakan Airfield, Burma Jun 15, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired.  Condemned for salvage as RA-36A Apr 9, 1945
				83863 condemned salvage Nov 9, 1944
				83864 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) shot down by AA 2 mi W of Circello, Italy Oct 5, 1943, Italy.  MACR 972.  Pilot KIA
				83865 condemned enemy action Feb 5, 1944
				83866 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) shot down by AAA at Carpineto Romano, Italy Feb 15, 1944. Pilot KIA.
				83867 to RFC at Cincinatti Jan 19, 1945
				83868 condemned crash Jul 25, 1943
				83869 (86th FBG) crashed from unknown cause 2 mi SE of Sutri, Italy Apr 16, 1944, Italy.  MACR 3987.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				83870 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) crashed at Namchik Ali, India due to engine failure Jan 7, 1944. Pilot bailed out
					and survived.  Aircraft destroyed, condemned Jan 9, 1944
				83871 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed from unknown cause 2 mi S of Fara Sabina, Italy Mar 10, 1944.
					Pilot killed.
				83872 (27th BG, 17th BS) shot down by AAA at Bagnara Calabra, Italy Aug 6, 1943. 
					MACR 351.  Pilot KIA
				83873 (27th BG, 16th BS) ditched between Pantelerra and Sicily, Italy Jul 9, 1943. Pilot rescued.  MACR 37.
				83874 condemned crash Apr 25, 1943
				83875 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) shot down by German fighter over Italy Apr 18, 1944, Italy.  MACR 3883.  Pilot KIA.
				83876 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by flak 6 mi SW of Pontecorvo, Italy May 25, 1944.  MACR 4913.  Pilot KIA.
				83877 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed at Mass La Piana, Italy due to engine oil leak which covered the
					canopy May 11, 1944.  Pilot was killed. Plane condemned crash May 13, 1944
				83878 crashed on takeoff at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 16. 1943.
					Condemned non combat related Sep 16, 1943
				83879 83879 (27th BG, 91st BS) shot down by AAA at Bisacquino, Sicily, Italy Jul 12, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 104.
				83880 (86th FG, 525th FS) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Capodichino Airfield, Naples, Italy
					Jul 17, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed and condemned for salvage Dec 8, 1944.
				83881 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) shot down by AAA near Fisciano, Italy Sep 18, 1943.  MACR 766.
					Pilot bailed out but KIA.
				83882 condemned flak Jul 12, 1943
				83883 condemned enemy action Feb 18, 194
				83884 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				83885 condemned enemy action Jul 26, 1943
				83886 condemned Jun 17, 1943
				83887 condemned salvage crash Feb 23, 1945
				83888 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) shot down by light flak at Colliano, Italy Sep 18, 1943.  MACR 765.  Pilot KIA
				83890 condemned non combat related Mar 27, 1945
				83891 condemned salvage crash Feb 23, 1945
				83893 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed from unknown cause NE of Pofi, Italy Feb 15, 1944.  MACR 2405.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.
				83894 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) collided in midair with A-36A 52-84087 at Marcianise Airfield, Campania, Italy
					and crashed May 15, 1944.  Pilot killed and aircraft was destroyed and condemned May 20, 1944
				83895 (27th BG, 17th BS) crashed due to mechanical failure in Sicily Aug 2, 1943.  MACR 417.  Pilot POW.
				83896 condemned salvage Mar 9, 1945
				83897 (27th BG, 16th BS) engine failed and crashed into sea 2 mi SW of Scalea, italy Aug 31, 1943.  MACR 712.
					Pilot bailed out and returned.
				83898 condemned excess inventory Jul 2, 1944
				83899 condemned enemy action Jul 11, 1943
				83900 condemned collision Jun 29, 1943
				83901 condemned enemy action Apr 15, 1944
				83901 condemned salvage crash Apr 9, 1945
				83903 condemned salvage crash May 16, 1943
				83904 (27th BG, 17th BS) shot down by AAA at Milazzo, Sicily, Italy Jul 24, 1943.  MACR 358.  Pilot POW
				83905 condemned salvage crash May 23, 1943
				83906 to RAF Jul 9, 1943
				83907 condemned non combat related May 5, 1943
				83908 (86th FBG, 309th FBS) shot down by AAA at Lamezia, Italy Sep 2, 1943.  MACR 699.  Pilot KIA
				83909 condemned non combat related Sep 22, 1943
				83910 (86th FBG, HQ) shot down by AA W of Lioni, Italy Sep 19, 1943.  MACR 763.  Pilot returned.
				83911 (86th FBG) lost to flak Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 3991
				83912 condemned flak Nov 11, 1943
				83913 condemned crash Apr 20,1943
				83914 (27th BG, 17th BS) the radiator covers were not removed before flight and crashed into sea 1 mi off 
					shore E of Korba, Tunisia Jun 19, 1943. Pilot killed. MACR 14. 
				83915 condemned crash Aug 9, 1943
				83916 condemned flak Jul 12, 1943
				83917 (27th BG, 17th BS) shot down by ground fire at Castelvetrano, Sicily, Italy Jul 11, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 65
				83918 condemned salvage crash Jul 16, 1943
				83919 (27th FBG, 523rd FBS) wingtip struck a tree during strafing run and crashed Nov 12, 1943, Italy.  MACR 1240
					Pilot KIA
				83920 (331st FG) lost Feb 15, 1944.  MACR 2312
				83921 (27th BG, 91st BS) shot down by machine gun fire 3 mi W of Palermo, Sicily, Italy Jul 19, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 421. 
				83922 condemned non combat related May 28, 1943
				83923 condemned enemy action Aug 11, 1943
				83924 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) in taxi accident at Capodichino Airfield, Naples, Italy Mar 11, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft DBR. 
				83925 condemned salvage Nov 25, 1944
				83926 condemned non combat related Jun 20, 1943
				83927 condemned crash Apr 23, 1943
				83928 groundlooped at El Aouina, Tunisia Aug 6, 1943.
					Condemned salvage crash Aug 26, 1943
				83929 (27th BG, 16th BS) crashed from unknown cause 15 mi E of El Melah, Tunisia Jun 22, 1943.  Pilot
					killed, aircraft condemned enemy action Jun 22, 1943
				83930 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in landing accident at Sookerating Airfield (A-7) Assm, India Nov 11, 1943.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed and condemned Nov 13, 1943
				83931 condemned crash Aug 14, 1943
				83933 condemned salvage crash Feb 23, 1945
				83934 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by German Fw 190A-6 of JG 2 between Soriano and Attigliano, Italy
					 Mar 13, 1944, Italy.  MACR 3172.  Pilot KIA.
				83935 (27th BG, 81st BS) crashed from unknown cause Jun 12, 1943, Lampedusa Island, Sicily.  MACR 8. Pilot killed.
				83936 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in landing accident Jul 8, 1944 at Tingkawk Sakan Airfield, Jul 8, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft destroyed, and condemned landing accident Jul 12, 1944
				83937 condemned Mar 24, 1944
				83938 927th FBG, 523rd FBS) shot down by AAA in Italy Sep 10, 1943.  MACR 703.  Pilot returned.
				83939 condemned flak May 20, 1944
				83940 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) left wing broke off in dive and
					crashed at Myitkyina, Burma Dec 4, 1943.  MACR 1340.  Pilot KIA.
				83941 condemned crash Jul 24, 1943
				83942 condemned enemy action Sep 15, 1943
				83943 condemned salvage crash Jul 28, 1943
				83944 condemned not combat related May 24, 1943
				83945 condemned enemy action May 24, 1943
				83946 condemned enemy action Sep 27, 1943
				83947 condemned excess inventory Jan 8, 1945
				83948 condemned salvage crash Apr 5, 1945
				83949 condemned salvage Nov 14, 1944
				83950 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				83951 condemned crash Jul 8, 1943
				83952 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) ground looped at Marchianise Airfield, Campania, Italy May 2, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft badly damaged.  Condemned Jul 10, 1944
				83953 (27th BG, 16th BS) crashed from unknown cause 1 mi N of Pantelleria, Italy Jun 7, 1943, Pantelerra.  MACR 7.
					Pilot killed.
				83954 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) crashed 8-10 mi SE of Anzio, Italy in Tyrrhenian Sea while returning from a 
					mission May 6, 1944.  Pilot killed. Plane condemned May 6, 1944
				83955 (86th BG, 309th BS) hit by A-36A that was kaking off at Korba airfield, Tunisia Jul 10, 1943.
					Aircraft was destroyed.  Condemned crash Jul 10, 1943
				83956 condemned salvage Sep 3, 1945
				83957 condemned not combat related Sep 13,1943
				83958 condemned crash May 6, 1943
				83959 wrecked at Love Field, Tx May 3, 1943
				83960 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by AAA 2 mi SE of Lake Bracciano, Italy Apr 22, 1944.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW.  Condemned flak Apr 22, 1944
				83961 (86th FG, 525th FS) crashed on takeoff at Ciampino Airfield, Rome, Italy due to engine failure
					Jun 21, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed and condemned Jun 24, 1944
				83962 (86th FBG, 257th FBS) crashed on top of a mountain NE of Rome, Italy while attacking roads near
					Rome Oct 18, 1943.  Pilot killed. Plane condemned crash Oct 18, 1943
				83963 (86th BG, 310th BS) crashed 3 mi S of Malvagna, Sicily
					Aug 6, 1943.  MACR 353.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				83964 condemned crash Jun 7, 1943
				83965 condemned crash landing Apr 7, 1944
				83966 (86th FBG, 527t FBS) crashed from unknown cause 3 mi SW of Caserta, Italy while on experimental
					flight testing a new type of bomb Feb 18, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed and condemned Feb 18, 1944
				83967 condemned lost Oct 20,1943
				83968 MIA Feb 5, 1944.  MACR 2217
				83969 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed on landing at Pomigliano airfield, Italy Mar 30, 1944.  Pilot survived
					but aircraft was destroyed and was condemned for salvage Apr 12, 1944
				83970 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) crashlaned at Pomigliano airfield, Italy Feb 19, 1944.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				83972 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed from unknown cause 5 mi W of Brinze, Italy Apr 25, 1944.
				83973 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) crashed from unknown cause 3 1/2 mi SE of Fondi, Italy Feb 3, 1944.   Pilot killed.
				83975 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed from unknown cause 6 mi NE of Atina, Italy Feb 3, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				83976 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed due to bad weather in Italy Sep 27, 1943.  MACR 966.  Pilot KIA.
				83977 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in takeoff accident at Dinjan Field, Assam, India Jar 13, 1944.  Pilot survived
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				83981 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) crashed from unknown cause 3 mi S oF Marcigligna, Ialy May 21, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				83983 (86th FBG, 526th FBS)crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea due to battle damage Mar 13, 1944, Italy.  Aircraft
					able to return to base and was cleared twice for crash landing, but pilot elected to bail out
					over the Tyrrhenian Sea.  Pilot was never found.  MACR 3169
				83985 (62nd FW, 414th NFS) in landing accident at Pontedeera airfield, Tuscany, Italy Jan 4, 1945.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired.
				83986 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) crashed from unknown cause 7 1/2 mi E of Idttoria, Italy Jan 28, 1944 while
					on mission south of Lago Di Nemi and road junction at Falcognata, Italy.  Pilot killed.
				83987 (86th FBG, 526th FBS0 collided with unknown A-36A in midair at Marcianise airfield, Campania, Italy
					while on training flight May 3, 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				83988 (27th BG, 91st BS) crashed into a hillside 10 km W of Piazza Armerina, Sicily, 
					Italy Jul 10, 1943. Pilot KIA.  MACR 108. 
				83989 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) in taxiing accident at Pomigliano airfield, Italy May 6, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft DBR.
				83990 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) shot down by mistake by P-38G of 82nd FG, 97th FS
					2 mi NE of Sassano, Italy Sep 13, 1943.  Pilot bailed out and
					was rescued.  MACR 713.
				83991 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) in landing accident at Pomigliano airfield, Italy Apr 10, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft DBR.
				83993 (FRTU) in landing accident at Landhi Airfield, India Aug 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft badly
					damaged.  Unknown if repaired.
				83994 crashed on landing at Catania, Italy Dec 3, 1943.
				83995 (86th FBG,525th FBS) shot down by AAA at Italy Sep 25, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 762. 
				83997 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in takeoff accident at Dinjan airfield, Assam, India Mar 13, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				83998 (86th BG, 310th BS) dive brakes broke off in dive and crashed at Barrafranca, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 369.  
				84000 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				84001 condemned crash Jan 10, 1944
				84002 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) lost to flak near Bracciano, Italy Feb 8, 1944.  MACR 2222.  Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				84003 (86th FBG) crashed from unknown cause at Bellegra, Italy Feb 2, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				84004 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed during wheels up belly landing at Pomigliano airfield, Italy.  Bombs
					exploded and aircraft was destroyed.  Pilot badly injured but survived.  Plane condemned as excess 
					inventory Nov 30, 1945
				84005 condemned salvage crash Mar 22, 1945
				84006 (511th FBG, 528th FBS) in landing accident at Maingkwan airfield, Burma Apr 22, 1944.  Piot survived, bu
					aircraft was badly damaged and was condemned Jun 18, 1944
				84007 condemned salvage sep 3, 1945
				84008 to CL-26 at Live AAF, TX Apr 16, 1943
				84009 (86th FBG) lost to flak May 25, 1944.  MACR 4912
				84010 (27th FBG, 523rd FBS) shot down by AAA N of Venafro, Italy Oct 5, 1943.  MACR 967.  Pilot KIA
				84011 to CL-26 at Love AAF, TX Spr 16, 1943
				84012 (86th BG, 309th BS) lost near Agrigento, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943. Pilot KIA. 
					MACR 102.  
				84013 (86th FG, 526th FS) crashed from unknown cause at Formica di Burano, Italy while on training
					mission Jul 5, 1944.  Pilot killed.  Plane condemned crash Jul 8, 1944
				84014 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) shot down by AAA and crashlanded 3 mi N of Sassinoro, Italy Oct 5, 1943.  
					Pilot POW.  MACR 969
				84015 (68th BG) MIA Apr 14, 1944, North Africa.  MACR 3985
				84016 (27th BG, 16th BS) lost at Sicily, Italy Jul 14, 1943. Pilot POW. MACR 505. 
				84017 condemned non combat related Jun 29, 1943
				84018 condemned excess inventory Jul 8, 1944
				84019 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in landing accident at Tingkawk Satan airfield, Burma Jun 23, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Jun 26, 1944
				84020 (27th FBG, 523rd FBS) shot down by AAA E of Venafro, Italy Oct 5, 1943.  MACR 971
				84021 condemned salvage Jan 18, 1945
				84022 (86th FG, 527th FS) in landing accident at Marcianise airfield, Campania, Italy Jun 4, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft badly damaged.  Not known in repaired, but was condemned for salvage Apr 3, 1945
				84023 (27th BG, 17th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed on shore N of Palermo, Sicily, Italy Jul 17, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 419.  
				84024 (529th FBS, 311th FBG) lost Oct 16, 1943, Burma.  MACR 999
				84025 surveyed at Love AAF, TX May 1, 1943
				84026 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) lost to flak east of Fiuggi, Italy Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 1809.  Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				84027 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) crashlanded at Warazup, Burma Jun 17, 1944 due to engine failure.  Pilot 
					survived but aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Jun 18, 1944
				84028 (27th BG, 17th BS) during a turn wing struck water and crashed offshore near Palma di Montechiaro, 
					Sicily, Italy Jul 8, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 68.  
				84029 (FRTU) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 3 mi SW of (RAF Drigh Road airfield), Karachi, India
					Sep 13, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft DBR and was condemned for salvage Sep 21, 1944
				84030 (529th FBS, 311th FBG) lost Oct 16, 1943, Burma.  Condemned Oct 16, 1943
				84031 to CL-26 at Harding AAF, LA Apr 30, 1943
				84032 condemned enemy action Feb 2, 1944
				84033 condemned excess inventory Nov 30, 1945
				84034 condemned enemy action Jan 12, 1944
				84035 (310th BS, 86th BG) shot down flak at Naso, Sicily, Italy after strafing Aug 1, 1943.  MACR 356. Pilot KIA.
				84036 (86th FBG) shot down by flak near Ferentino, Italy Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 1808.  Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				84037 condemned salvage crash Sep 17, 1943
				84038 condemned crash landing Aug 18, 1943
				84039 (27th FBG, 17th BS) prop struck water and abandoned Sep 4, 1943, Italy.  MACR 633.  Pilot bailed out and returned. 
				84040 condemned not combat related Jan 20, 1944
				84041 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) shot down by Fw 190 3 mi SE of Eboli, Italy Sep 13, 1943.  MACR 710.
					Pilot POW.
				84042 (27th BG, 522nd BS) shot down by AAA 4 mi N of Vaticano, Italy Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 630.  Pilot KIA.
				84043 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) lost to flak 21 mi SW of Ferentina, Italy May 19, 1944.  MACR 4893. Pilot KIA
				84044 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by AAA at Guidonia, Italy, E of Rome, Italy Nov 11, 1943.  
					MACR 1181.  Pilot POW, died of injuries
				84045 condemned salvage Mar 16, 1945
				84046 condemned enemy action Jul 13, 1943
				84047 (27th FBG, 23rd FBS) in landing accident at Pomigliano airfield, Italy.  Pilot survived but 
					aircraft was destroyed and was condemned for salvage Feb 20, 1944
				84048 condemned crash Aug 18, 1943
				84049 (27th BG, 91st BS) engine failed and crashed 2 mi SE of Assoro, Sicily Aug 2, 1943  MACR 349.
					Pilot landed in friendly territory, but that night ran into enemy troops and POW.
				84050 (86th FBG) shot down by AAA 4 mi NE of Tondi, Idaly Feb 15, 1944.  MACR 2407.  Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				84051 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) stalled in turn and crashed 8 km W of Fallata, Italy Sep 19, 1943.
					 MACR 709.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				84052 condemned salvage crash Mar 13, 1945
				84053 surveyed at Harding AAF, LA Dec 22, 1943
				84054 (27th BG, 91st BS) shot down by AAA 8 mi SE of Vicara, Sicily, Italy Jul 11, 1943.  pilot KIA.  MACR 66.
				84055 condemned flak Jul 19, 1943
				84056 (86th BG, 310th BS) crashed 1 mi W of Mazzarano, Sicily due to mechanical failure while returning
					from mission over Siberti, Italy Aug 27, 1943.  Pilot killed.
				84057 (86th BG, 525th FS) lost from unknown cause over Italy Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 6469.  Pilot killed.
				84058 (86th FBG) shot down by German fighter near Bracciano, Italy Feb 8, 1944.  MACR 2223
				84059 (27th BG, 16th BS) shot down by Oblt Fritz Dinger in Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/4 1 km SE of Casero,
					Sicily, Italy Jul 27, 1943.  MACR 427.  Pilot POW
				84060 (27th FBG, 524th FBS) lost from unknown cause over Italy Dec 5, 1943.  MACR 1472.  Pilot became POW.
				84061 (86th FBG) crashed from unknown cause 2 mi NW of Fragene, Italy Mar 26, 1944.  MACR 5076.  Pilot killed.
				84062 to excess inventory list Jul 8, 1944
				84063 (86th FBG) MIA Apr 2, 1944, Italy.  MACR 3508
				84064 condemned not combat Jan 21, 1944
				84065 condemned not combat Oct 20, 1943
				84066 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) hit by explosion of a strafed ammunition train and crashed SE of 
					Attigliano, Italy Oct 25, 1943.  MACR 1101.  Pilot KIA
				84067 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) shot down by flak over San Angelo, Italy Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1793.  Pilot KIA
				84068 (27th BG, 91st BS) shot down by AAA W of Petralia Soprana, Sicily, Italy Jul 21, 1943.  MACR 420.  Pilot POW
				84069 condemned crash landing Oct 22, 1943
				84070 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) shot down by flak 8 mi N of Nettuno, Italy Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 1806.  Pilot KIA
				84071 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) hit by AAA and landed safely 5 mi SW of Manziani, Italy May 9, 1944.  MACR 4900.
					Pilot survived and became POW.  Fate of aircraft unknown.
				84072 condemned excess inventory Mar 13, 1945
				84073 (86th FB, 525th FS) in landing accident at Orbetello airfield, Italy Jul 8, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Jul 8, 1944
				84074 condemned salvage crash Feb 23, 1945
				84075 (86th BG, 312th BS) shot down near Barrafranca, Sicily, Italy Jul 10, 1943. Pilot KIA. MACR 931 and 208. 
				84076 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by Uffz Alfred Mannchen in 
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/1 near Civita Castellana, Italy Oct 28, 1943.  MACR 1098.  Pilot KIA.
				84077 condemned crash not combat Jul 17, 1943
				84078 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) shot down by Hptm Julius Meimberg in
					Bf 109G-6 of JG 53/Stab NW of Valmontone, Italy Dec 9, 1943.  MACR 1479.
					Pilt returned 6 months later.
				84079 lost Feb 15, 1944.  MACR 2402
				84080 condemned salvage Sep 14, 1945
				84081 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) crashed during wheels-up landing at Pomigliano airfield Apr 22, 1944.  
					Pilot survived but aircraft was badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired, condemned for salvage Sep 14, 1945
				84082 condemned crash Feb 6, 1944
				84083 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) lost from unknown cause over Italy Jun 10, 1944.  MACR 12928.  Pilot killed.
				84084 (27th BG, 91st BS) suffered mechanical failure and crashed into sea between Sicily and Tunisia Jul 11, 1943. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 106 
				84085 (27th BG, 16th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/II 30 km W of Tropea, Italy Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 632.
					Pilot KIA
				84086 (86th BG, 310th BS) hit by flak and crashed 7 mi S of Cesaro, Sicily, Italy Jul 28, 1943.
					MACR 354 and 569.  Pilot POW
				84087 (86th FG) crashed and w/o near Saint Maurice de Remen,
					France Dec 14, 1944.  Pilot was killed.  Plane condemned for salvage Mar 6, 1945
				84088 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) shot down 3 mi W of Pescopagana, Italy Sep 19, 1943.  MACR 708.  Pilot OK.
				84089 wrecked in crash landing at Jackson Sub Depot, MS Jul 4, 1943
				84090 condemned salvage May 27, 1945
				84091 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) in landing accident at Pomigliano airfield, Italy.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired, condemned Mar 22, 1945
				84092 condemned crash landing Jul 26, 1943
				84093 condemned salvage Mar 20, 1943
				84094 condemned non combat Jan 20, 1944
				84095 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by flak W of Prangimino, Italy Feb 6, 1944. MACR 2219.  Pilot KIA.
				84096 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed from unknown cause at San Lorenzo, Italy Jan 14, 1944.  MACR 1794.  Pilot killed.
				84097 (86th BG, 312th BS) crashed into an unknown A-36A on takeoff at Kforba airfield, Tunisia Jul 10, 1943.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed.  Condemned Jul 10, 1943
				84098 (86th FG, 527th FS) in takeoff accident at Orbetello airfield, Italy Jul 2, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Jul 8, 1944
				84099 condemned flak Jan 8, 1944.
				84100 condemned crash Aug 2, 1943
				84101 (27th BG, 91st BS) shot down by AAA and crashed SW of Casaro, Sicily, Italy Aug 6, 1943.  MACR 357.  Pilot POW.
					Pilot POW.
				84102 (27th BG, 16th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/II 30 km W of Tropea, Italy Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 631.
					Pilot KIA
				84103 condemned crash landing Sep 14, 1943
				84104 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) shot down by AAA over Fondi, Italy Jan 31, 1944.  MACR 2072.  Pilot bailed out and
					was rescued by French Ghoums and evaded capture.  Returned to his unit May 21, 1944.
				84105 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed in idaly due to dive brakes not closing fully Mar 10, 1944, Italy.  MACR 3164/
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				84106 condemned enemy action Dec 3 1943
				84107 to excess inventory list Jul 8, 1944
				84108 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) crashed in Italy after being hit by explosion of ammunition train it had just
					strafed Sep 22, 1943.  Pilot bailed bailed out near Capri in Tyrrhenian Sea and was rescued.
					Plane condemned enemy action Sep 22, 1943
				84109 condemned MIA Nov 4, 1943
				84110 condemned crash landing Sep 14, 1943
				84111 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) crashed from unknown cause 2 mi NW of Capranice, Italy Feb 6, 1944.  MACR 2215.  Pilot killed.
				84112 condemned salvage Mar 10, 1945
				84113 (27th FBG, 522nd FBS) shot down by AA 2 mi W of Circello, Italy Oct 5, 1943.  Pilot POW.  MACR 970
				84114 force landed and w/o 10 mi from Landhi Field, India Oct 10, 1944 due to engine failure.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was DBR and was condemned Nov 17, 1944
				84115 condemned flak Jul 16, 1943
				84116 (86th FBG) lost to flak May 20, 1944.  MACR 4892
				84117 to excess inventory list Jul 8, 1944
				84118 (27th BG, 16th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-6 of JG 77/II 30 km W of Tropea, Italy Aug 19, 1943.  MACR 636.
					Pilot KIA
				84119 condemned salvage Apr 18, 1945
				84120 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) shot down by German Fw 190A-6 of JG 2between Soriano and Attigliano, Italy 
					Mar 13, 1944  MACR 3170.  Pilot was killed.
				84121 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in taxiing accident at Tingkawk Sakan airfield, Burma Jun 15, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired, condemned for salvage Nov 6, 1945
				84122 condemned non combat May 13, 1943
				84123 condemned flak Jun 3, 1944
				84124 (27th FBG) shot down by small arms fire 3 mi W of Isola del Liri, Italy 
					Nov 11, 1943.  MACR 1196.  Pilot POW
				84125 condemned crash Jul 9, 1943
				84126 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) ditched off Italy due to engine failure May 2, 1944.  Pilot bailed
					out 4 mi W of Policastro, Italy and he survived.  Plane condemned May 6, 1944
				84127 (86th BG, 312th BS) in takeoff accident at Kforba airfield, Tunisia Jul 10, 1943.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Jul 10, 1943
				84128 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) in landing accident at Marcianise airfield, Campania, Italy May 1, 1944.
					Pilot surived but aircraft was badly damaged and was condemned for salvage Apr 5, 1945
				84129 condemned salvage Mar 27, 1945
				84130 condemned non combat Jan 9, 1944
				84131 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) crashed on takeoff at Marcianise airfield, Campania, Italy due to engine failure
					May 18, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired, and was condemend for
					salvage Apr 3, 1945
				84132 condemned crash landing Jun 16, 1943
				84133 condemned salvage May 2, 1943
				84134 condemned salvage Apr 2, 1945
				84135 (309th BS, 86th BG) shot down by AAA near Palermo, Sicily Aug 16, 1943 and crashed into sea N of Palmi, Italy.  
					Pilot POW.  MACR 434.  The MACR wrongly lists the plane as 42-81138.
				84136 (86th BG, 309th BS) hit by A-36A that wask taking off at Korba airfield, Tunisia Jul 10, 1943.
					Aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Jul 10, 1943
				84137 condemned salvage Nov 9, 1944
				84138 condemned enemy action Aug 19, 1943
				84139 condemned flak Jul 12, 1943
				84140 condemned crash May 2, 1943
				84141 (FRTU) w/o in landing accident at Landhi Field, India
					Oct 10, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR and was washed out Oct 10, 1944 and was condemned 
					for salvage Mar 10, 1945
				84142 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in landing accident at Tingkawk Sakan airfield, Burma May 29, 1944.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destoyed and went to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1944
				84143 condemned salvage Aug 27, 1944
				84144 (86th FBG, 525th FBS) crashed from unknown cause at Nola, Italy Apr 19, 1944.   Pilot was killed.  Plane was
					condemned Apr 22, 1944
				84145 (27th FBG, 523rd FBS) shot down by AAA over Italy Oct 2, 1943.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 994
				84146 condemned crash Sep 9, 1943
				84147 condemned salvage Oct 14, 1944
				84148 condemned enemy action Oct 25, 1943
				84149 condemned crash Jul 8, 1944
				84150 (86th FBG, 526th FBS) in taxiing accident at Pomigliano airfield, Italy Mar 24, 1944.  Pilot survived
					but aircraft was badly damaged.  Not known if repaired, and was condemned for salvage Nov 9, 1944
				84151 condemned Jun 28, 1944
				84152 (311th FBG, 528th FBS) in takeoff accident at Dinjan airfield, Assam, India Oct 30, 1943.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed and was condemned Nov 3, 1943
				84153 surveyed at Harding AAF Jun 4,1943
				84154 (HQ, 311th FBG) lost Oct 16, 1943, Burma.  MACR 998.  Condemned Oct 16, 1943
				84155 condemned salvage Aug 26, 1945
				84156 to reclamation/scrap at Harding Field, LA Jun 15,1 945
				84157 (86th FBG, 527th FBS) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Marcianise airfield, Campania, Italy
					May 5, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was badly damaged.  Unknown if repaired.  Went to excess 
					inventory list Sep 30, 1944
				84158 condemned salvage Jan 20, 1945
				84159 (Headquarters, 10th AF) crashlanded and w/o at Bhamo, Burma Jan 11, 1945 due to mechanical failure.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was DBR, and was condemned Jan 22, 1945 and was salvaged.
				84160 (FRTU) w/o in landing accident at Landhi Field, India
					Oct 9, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft DBR and was condemned for salvage Oct 10, 1944
				84161 condemned May 23, 1944
				84162 surveyed at Kelly AAF May 4, 1944
42-84163/86562		North American AT-6D-NT Texan
				Substantial numbers diverted to US Nayy as SNJ-5 and to Royal Navy as Harvard III
				84163/84171 MSN 88-15944/15952 (9) to RAF as Harvard III EZ250/EZ258 
					84163 (EZ250) no record of receipt by RAF.  Transferred to Royal Navy.
						On US civil registry as N7621Z
					84164 (EZ251) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to South Africa
					84165 (EZ252) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84166 (EZ253) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84167 (EZ254) RAF records say transferred directly to Admiralty,
						but Royal Navy records say previously SAAF 7619.
					84168 (EZ255) transferred to Southern Rhodesia.
					84169 (EZ256) transferred to South Africa, transferred to Belgian AF Feb 28, 1947.
						Now on display at Royal Army Museum, Brussels
					84170 (EZ257) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84171 (EZ258) transferred to Southern Rhodesia.  SOC Sep 30, 1952.
				84172/84181 MSN 88-15953/15962 (10) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43841/43850
				84182/84201 MSN 88-15963/15982 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ259/EZ278
					84182 to RN as Harvard III EZ259.  However, RN records say that it was
						previously SAAF 7631.  May have gone directly to SAAF and
						only officially became EZ259 when it was returned to RAF, 
						who promply gave it to the RN.  To G-BMJW 1985
					84183 (EZ260) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84184 (EZ261) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84185 (EZ262) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84186 (EZ263) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84187 (EZ264) transferred to Southern Rhodesia.  Sold Nov 30, 1953.
					84188 (EZ265) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84189 (EZ266) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84190 (EZ267) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84191 (EZ268) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84192 (EZ269) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84193 (EZ270) SOC Sep 30, 1952.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84194 (EZ271) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84195 (EZ272) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84196 (EZ273) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84197 (EZ274) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy.
					 	Must have been returned to USAAF, aince 84197 (1648th Tac Ctl Sq) shot down S of Chosin 
						Lake, Korea Oct 24, 1950
					84198 (EZ275) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84199 (EZ276) SOC Sep 30, 1952.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84200 (EZ277) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84201 (EZ278) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
				84202/84241 MSN 88-15983/16022 (40)
					84202 (6147th Tac CTl Sq) crashed 2 mi N of Koto-ri, Korea Nov 13, 1950.
					84207 surveyed at Aloe AAF May 23,1944
					84211 (MSN 88-15992) to Spanish AF as C.6-60 Dec 17, 1954.  Served in Canary Islands
						and fought in Spanish Sahara conflict.  SOC Jun 26, 1981.
						Sold at auction Jul 7, 1983 at Torrejon AB, Spain.
						To Lance Aircraft Supply.  To Texas Turbo Jet Inc, TX as N42897 
						May 1992.  To Richard Stanley May 26, 1992, to Mark
						Chambliss Dec 1999.  purchased by Gold Coast Warbird Adventures Inc, Miami, FL
						Dec 17, 199t underwent restoration which was completed and finally certified as
						airworthy Aug 25, 2010.  
					84213 salvaged due to accident Dec 14, 1947
					84214 surveyed at Eglin AAF Jul 23, 1944
					84216 to Republic of Korea AF in 1954.  To USAF Museum in 1994, restoration completed Jun 2001, put on display.
					84219 to CL-26 at Eglin AAF, FL Jul 21, 1944
					84220 to reclamation/scrap at Randolph AAF Jul 7, 1948
					84221 to reclamation/scrap at Hendricks AAF Apr 20, 1945
					84223 (MSN 88-16004)
					84228 to reclamation/scrap at Cochran AAF, GA Mar 16, 1945
					84233 surveyed at Craig AF Jul 19, 1944
					84234 to reclamation/scrap at Olmstead AAF Oct 15, 1946
					84235 to France Dec 2, 1950
					84236 surveyed at Marana AAF May 13, 1944
					84237 crashed near Hernando, MS on flight from Macon Ga to Memphis, TN Jan 28, 1945.  Pilot killed.
					84241 (MSN 88-16022) converted to XAT-6E with Fairchild Ranger V-770 inverted aircooled engine with two
						rows of cylinders in a V configuration.  To WAA at Farmingdale AAF, NY Jan 23, 1947.
						Became NX7410.  Sold to user in South America where it was converted back into the AT-6 
						configuration.  An exising AT-6 was restored as 42-84241 and put on display in Western Museum 
						of Flight, Hawthorne, CA
				84242/84281 MSN 88-16023/16062 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43851/43890
				84282/84301 MSN 88-16063/16082 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ279/EZ298
					84282 (EZ279) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to Royal Navy
					84283 (EZ280) SOC Sep 30, 1952.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84284 (EZ281) no record of receipt by RAF, Royal Navy records show aircraft transferred
						to them ca 1945.
					84285 (EZ282) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84286 (EZ283) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84287 (EZ284) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84288 (EZ285) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84289 (EZ286) SOC Sep 30, 1952.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84290 (EZ287) sold Nov 30, 1953.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84291 (EZ288) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84292 (EZ289) sold as scrap Aug 29, 1950.  Transferred to South Africa
					84293 (EZ290) SOC Sep 30, 1952.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84294 (EZ291) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84295 (EZ292) transferred to South Africa, transferred to Belgian AF Mar 10, 1947
					84296 (EZ293) SOC Sep 30, 1952.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84297 (EZ294) sold as scrap Aug 29, 1950.  Transferred to South Africa
					84298 (EZ295) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84299 (EZ296) SOC Sep 30, 1952.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84300/84301 (EZ297/EZ298) not received by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Jun 1944 as NZ1080/NZ1081
						84300 (MSN 88-16081, NZ1080) crashed in Rakaia River Aug 11, 2973 and w/o
						84301 (MSN 88-16082, NZ1081) crashed during training flight Oct 17, 1955
				84302/84341 MSN 88-16083/16122 (40) 
					84303 to reclamation/scrap at Napier Field Mar 27, 1945
					84304 to reclamation/scrap at Napier Field Jan 6, 1945
					84305 (MSN 88-16086) to Italian AF as MM53432.
					84307 crashed in Long Island Sound off Mitchel Field, NY Aug 29, 1947.
					84308 to Belgium Nov 2, 1950
					84309 (6148th Tac Ctl SQ) hit by AAA and crashlanded Sep 25, 1951.
					84310 to reclamation/scrap at Bolling Field Nov 14, 1945
					84311 to reclamation/scrap at Perrin AFB, TX Feb 8, 1951
					84313 to reclamation/scrap at Spence AAF Nov 8, 1944
					84314 (MSN 88-16095) to Paraguayan AF as 0104.
					84320 to reclamation/scrap at Kelly AFB, TX Jul 7, 1950
					84322 assigned Fairfax Air Defense Command  11 May 1947
					84324 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					84328 to France Jan 8, 1951
					84329 to Iran Jun 1, 1950
					84331 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					84332 to reclamation/scrap at Spence AAF, GA Jun 19, 1945
					84333 assigned Rome AAF Training Command Aug 8, 1946
					84335 to reclamation/scrap at Perrin Field Mar 28, 1951
					84336 to reclamation/scrap at Spence AAF Apr 4, 1945
					84340 surveyed at Craig AAF Feb 10, 1945
					84341 assigned to Kelly AFB Training Command May 7, 1948
				84342/84361 MSN 88-16123/16142 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43891/43910
				84362/84371 MSN 88-16143/16152 (10) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ299/EZ308
					84362/84364 (EZ299/EZ301) not received by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Jun 1944 as NZ1082/NZ1084
						84362 (MSN 88-16143, NZ1082) to storage At Woodbridge.  To ground trainer as INST175 Oct 17, 1957
							after ground collision with NZ1086.  Sold in 1978.  Stored by Dec 1979.  Registered as ZK-ELN.
							Re-registerd ZK-USM with Confederate AF, NZ Wing Feb 28, 1997.  Airworthy and
							flying in New Zealand.
						84363 (MSN 88-16144, NZ1083) to ground trainer as INST212.  Stored at Ohakea as reserve aircraft for
							RNZAF Historic Flight.
						84364 (MSN 88-16145, NZ1084) crashed and W/o after midair collision with NZ1073 over Wigram Feb 10, 1953.
					84365 (MSN 88-16146, EZ302) transferred to Southern Rhodesia.  Sold Nov 30, 1953.   to 1051 San
						Isidro AFB, to Dominican Republic as q051,  To HP-735SP, to N4284 Jun 2000. 
					84366 (EZ303) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy.  Royal Navy records show aircraft
						transferred to them ca 1945.  Sold as scrap by RN Feb 20, 1946
					84367 (EZ304) sold Nov 30, 1953.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84368 (EZ305) sold Nov 30, 1953.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84369 (EZ306) sold Nov 30, 1953.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
					84370 (EZ307) transferred to South Africa.  Transferred to Belgian AF May 13, 1947.
					84371 (EZ308) sold Nov 30, 1953.  Transferred to Southern Rhodesia
				84372/84391 MSN 88-16153/16172 (20)
					84373 to Iran May 30, 1950
					84375 to Uruguay Nov 15, 1947
					84376 (MSN 88-16157)
					84377 to reclamation/scrap at Luke AAF May 9, 1945
					84386 to reclamation/scrap at Marana AF, AZ Sep 13, 1945
					84388 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1952.  Later to Brazil
					84390 to reclamation/scrap at San Antonio Air Depot, TX Dec 6, 1945.
				84392/84402 MSN 88-16173/16183 (11) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43911/43921
				84403/84422 MSN 88-16184/16203 (20)
					84404 (MSN 88-16185) to Spanish AF as C.6-56
					84408 (MSN 88-16189) to Peruvian AF
					84409 assigned North AFB, Guam May 15, 1949
					84411 surveyed at Phoenix AAF May 25, 1944
					84412 (6147th Tactical Control Squadron) shot down by AAA near Hukkang, North Korea Nov 1, 1950.  Crew of
						2 rescued.
					84414 to reclamation/scrap at Luke AAF Apr 11, 1945
					84417 to reclamation/scrap at Luke AAF Nov 14, 1945
					84422 surveyed at Phoenix, AZ May 13, 1944
				84423/84452 MSN 88-16204/16233 (30) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43922/43951
				84453/84472 MSN 88-16234/16253 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ309/EZ328
					84453 (MSN 88-16234) to RAF as EZ309.  Sold as scrap Aug 29, 1950.  Transferred to South Africa
					84454 (MSN 88-16235) to RAF as EZ310, then to South African AF as
						7265.  Reverted to EZ310, then to Belgian AF Feb 13, 1947 as H15,
						then SAAF 7729.  Was to have been ZS-WLT, but this was not
						taken up and became the second ZS-WLR of South African Airways
						Historic Flight
					84455 (MSN 88-16236, EZ311) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84456 (MSN 88-16237, EZ312) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy.  
						Royal Navy records show aircraft transferred to them ca 1945
					84457 (MSN 88-16237) to RAF as EZ313. Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					84458 (EZ314) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to South Africa.
					84459 (EZ315) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to South Africa.
					84460 (EZ316) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84461 (EZ317) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84462 (EZ318) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84463 (EZ319) returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946.
					84464 (EZ320) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84465 (EZ321) sold as scrap Aug 29, 1950.  Transferred to South Africa
					84466 (EZ322) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84467 (EZ323) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84468 (EZ324) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84469 (EZ325) SOC Aug 29, 1946
					84470 (EZ326) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84471 (EZ327) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84472 (EZ328) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
				84473/84512 MSN 88-16254/16293 (40)
					84475 assigned to Randolph Field Training Command Sep 30, 1946
					84476 to reclamation/scrap at Lowry AFB Oct 25, 1949
					84477 to reclamation/scrap at Luke AAF Nov 20, 1944
					84478 (c/88-16259) 
					84484/84485 to Brazil
					84487 assigned to Randolph AFB Training Command Mar 7, 1949
					84488 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.
					84498 crashed in Sierra Estrella Mountains Jun 20, 1945.  Pilot survived.  Supposedly
						to reclamation/scrap at Luke AAF, AZ Jul 5, 1945, but wreck is still on-site.
					84500 assigned to McClellan AAF Training Command Sep 1, 1948
					84501 surveyed at Luke AAF Jul 18, 1944
					84502 surveyed at Luke AAF, AZ Aug 11, 1944
					84505 surveyed at Williams AAF, AZ Nov 4 ,1944
				84513/84542 MSN 88-16294/16323 (30) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43952/43981
				84543/84562 MSN 88-16324/16434 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ329/EZ348
					84543/84547 (EZ329/EZ333) no record of being received by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Jun 1944 as NZ1085/NZ1089
						84543 (MSN 88-16324) sold Oct 18, 1978.  Registered ZK-ENM Oct 12, 1978.  To Australian registry
							Apr 3, 1980 as VH-SNJ.  Airworthy and flying in Australia.
						84544 (MSN 88-16325) to ground trainer asa INST176 Oct 17, 1957.  Sold during 1978.  Sold to Australia
						84545 (MSN 88-16326) to RNZAF as NZ1087.  To ground trainer as INST212 Jun 1977.  To Wigram
							Oct 1981 for display at RNZAF Museum.  Displayed initially as NZ1087.  Noted in 1989 at RNZAF 
							Museum, Wigram, New Zealand, painted as NZ948
						84546 (MSN 88-16327) crashed into sea at Birdlings Flat Apr 19, 1950.  Both crew killed.
						84547 (MSN 88-16328) to ground trainer as INST177 Oct 1957.  Sold during 1978.  Presently on display
							at Taranaki Transport Museum
					84548 (EZ334) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84549 (EZ335) transferred to South Africa, transferred to Belgian AF Feb 13, 1947
					84550 (EZ336) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to South Africa.
					84551 (EZ337) SOC May 31, 1945.
					84552 (EZ338) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to South Africa.
					84553 (MSN 88-16334) to RAF as EZ339, then South African AF as 7629, 
						then back to EZ339, then to Danish AF Nov 26, 1946 as 32-353
					84554 (EZ340) returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
					84555 (MSN 88-16336, EZ341) no record of receipt by RAF.  Transferred to Royal Navy.  Royal Navy
						records show aircraft transferred to them ca 1945.  Later to 
						Portugal as 1661.  Now on civil registry as G-ELMH
					84556 (EZ342) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84557 (EZ343) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84558 (EZ344) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84559 (EZ345) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84560 (EZ346) returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
					84561 (EZ347) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84562 (EZ348) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
				84563/84602 MSN 88-16344/16383 (40)
					84563/84572 Lend-Lease to Colombia Apr 1944.
					84573/84582 Lend-Lease to Chile Apr 1944
						84580, 84581, and 84582 w/o Jun 12, 1944 in Mexico during delivery flight to Chile.  Chilean serials were 249/251.
					84583 diverted to FEA Sep 30, 1947.  To reclamation/scrap Jun 9, 1948
					84584 condemned salvage Sep 15, 1946.  To reclamation/scrap Nov 19, 1947
					84585 to Greece Nov 26, 1947
					84586 used in England by 68th FW/HQ Flight.  Condemned salvage Dec 26, 1945
					84587 to Greece Nov 26, 1947
					84588 to reclamation/scrap Germany Apr 13, 1949
					84589/84590 to Greece Nov 26, 1947
					84591 condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 23, 1947
					84592 condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 23, 1947
					84593 condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 7, 1944
					84595 condemned salvage Jun 26, 1947.  To reclamation/scrap Nov 19, 1947
					84596 condemned salvage Oct 29, 1945
					84597 to Greece Nov 26, 1947
					84599 condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 15, 1946.  To reclamation/scrap Apr 30, 1947
					84601 to France Jun 19, 1950
					84602 to Greece Nov 26, 1947.  Used in England during WW2 as communications
						aircraft by 4th FG
				84603/84632 MSN 88-16384/16413 (30) to US Navy as SNJ-5 43982/44011
					84607 (MSN 88-16388) to Navy as SNJ-5 BuNo 43986
					84612 to Peru
				84633/84642 MSN 88-16414/16423 (10) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ349/EZ358
					84633 (EZ349) SOC Aug 29, 1946
					84634 (EZ350) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84635 (EZ351) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84636 (EZ352) returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
					84637 (EZ353) returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
					84638 (EZ354) returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
					84639 (EZ355) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84640 (EZ356) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84641 (EZ357) SOC Nov 22, 1950
					84642 was to have to gone to RAF as EZ358, but retained in USA.
				84643/84682 MSN 88-16424/16463 (40) 
					84643 to reclamtion/scrap at Randolph AFB, TX Jan 24, 1950
					84644 (MSN 88-16425) to Spanish AF as C.6-20.  Scrapped at Cuatro Vientos May 1981
					84647 to reclamation/scrap at Stewart AAF Aug 21, 1945
					84648 surveyed at West Point May 21, 1944
					84650 to RCAF May 1951.  W/o Aug 1, 1952 Frankford, Ont
					84651 surveyed at Stewart AAF May 24, 1945
					84653 to reclamation/scrap at Anderson AFB, Guam Apr 17, 1950
					84658 to reclamation/scrap at Thompson Field, AR Nov 20, 1950
					84660 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Aug 1953.
					84663 to reclamation/scrap at Scott AAF, IL Jul 15, 1946
					84666 (MSN 88-16447) to Spanish AF as C.6-21
					84669 to reclamation/scrap Perrin AAF, TX May 24, 1949	
					84671 to reclamation/scrap at Marana AAF, AZ Sep 4, 1945
					84673 surveyed at Smyrna AAF, TN Nov 4, 1944
					84674 to reclamation/scrap at Hill AAF, UT Jul 2, 1946
					84678 owned by Max Holman as N7095C and flying with USN SBD paint scheme
					84679 to Brazil
					84680 (MSN 88-16461) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1953.  This is presumably the aircraft 
						registered N7476C, for which the MSN is quoted as 42-84680A, and in respect of which 
						registration N97VR was reserved Oct 22, 2003.  Reregistered as N79VR Jan 20, 2004
					84681 rebuilt as T-6G.  New serial number?
				84683/84708 MSN 88-16464/16489 (26) to US Navy as SNJ-5 44012/44037
				84709/84722 MSN 88-16490/16503 (14) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84819/84832
				84723/84742 MSN 88-16504/16523 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ359/EZ378
					84723 (MSN 88-16504, EZ359) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Jul 1944 as NZ1090.  
						After NZ1090, became a RNZAF ground instructional airframe Oct 1957 serialled INST178. Sold 1978.
						Civil registration VH-AUR reserved but not taken up; registered 21/1/04 
						to F. J. Murray of Cessnock, Australia as VH-VFM.  Being restored to flying status.
					84724 (MSN 88-16505, EZ360) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly
						to RNZAF Jul 1944 as NZ1091.  Sold Jul 1978.  Registered ZK-ENC Jun 30, 1978. Airworthy and
						flying in New Zealand 
					84725 (MSN 88-16506, EZ361) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Jul 1944 as NZ1092.  
						Sold Jun 1978.  To civilian registry as ZK-WAR.  Airworthy and flying in New Zealand.
					84726 (MSN 88-16507, EZ362) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Jul 1944 as NZ1093.
						Crashed at Wigram when overshot runway and landed wheels-up Feb 2, 1956.  Recuded to spares and produce.
					84727 (MSN 88-16508, EZ363) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Jul 1944 as NZ1094.
						Crashed into sea 70 mi off New Plymouth after engine fire Nov 10, 1962.  Pilt rescued by Tourist
						Air Travel Grumman Widgeon.
					84728/84742 (EZ364/EZ378) all transferred to Royal Navy, no records of ultimate fates.
				84743/84782 MSN 88-16524/16563 (40)
					84743 (MSN 88-16524) to Spanish AF as C.6-46.  Sold Jul 9, 1983 
					84752 surveyed at Stewart AAF Jul 13, 1944
					84755 surveyed at Great Falls AFB, MT Apr 20, 1950
					84756 to reclamation/scrap at Luke AAF, AZ May 28, 1946
					84757 (MSN 88-16538) to RCAF May 1951, returned to 
						USAF Oct 1952.  Registered N43826 Jan 14, 2007
					84758 to reclamation/scrap at Wendover Field, UT Jul 7, 1946
					84768 surveyed at West Point May 31, 1944
					84771 to reclamation/scrap at Randolph field, TX May 29, 1947
					84775 to reclamation/scrap at Stewart AAF Sep 13, 1945
					84779 (MSN 88-16560) to N7RK.  At Tri-State Warbird Museum, Batavia/Clermont CAP, OH
					84781 surveyed at Stewart AAF Jun 9, 1944
				84783/84802 MSN 88-16564/16583 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84833/84852
				84803/84822 MSN 88-16584/16603 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ379/EZ398
					84803/84807 (EZ379/EZ383) all transferred to Royal Navy, no records
						of ultimate fates.
					84808 (EZ384) SOC May 30, 1946.
					84809 (EZ385) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84810 (EZ386) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84811 (EZ387) SOC May 29, 1947
					84812 (EZ388) no record of receipt by RAF, may have gone directly
						to a commonwealth AF.
					84813 (EZ389) SOC May 29, 1947
					84814 (EZ390) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84815 (EZ391) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					84816 (EZ392) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84817 (EZ393) SOC May 29, 1947
					84818 (EZ394) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84819 (EZ395) SOC May 29, 1947
					84820 (EZ396) no record of receipt by RAF, may have gone directly
						to a commonwealth AF.
					84821 (EZ397) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					84822 (EZ398) SOC Nov 28, 1946
				84823/84882 MSN 88-16604/16663 (60)
					84823 surveyed at Stewart AAF May 9, 1945
					84825 to reclamation/scrap at Gernier AAF, NH Mar 30, 1948
					84827 surveyed at Stewart AAF Oct 28, 1944
					84831 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					84832 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.
					84833 salvaged at Lockbourne AAF, OH Feb 10, 1947
					84836 stored at Glendale, CA Oct 23, 1945
					84837 surveyed at Stewart AAF, TX Jul 13, 1944
					84839 to reclamation/scrap at Gowen AAF, ID May 2, 1949
					84849 assigned Taegu, Korea Feb 26, 1951
					84841 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.  84841 to Brazil
					84844 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Dec 1952.
					84847 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Dec 1952.
					84853 to reclamation/scrap at Randolph AAF, TX Jan 15, 1948
					84863 to France Mar 7, 1951
					84866 crashed and burned at Greensboro, NC Jul 19, 1946
					84867 to reclamation/scrap at Kelly AAF, TX Aug 30, 1948
					84873 surveyed at Aloe AAF, TX Jun 17, 1944
					84876 to reclamation/scrap at Napier AAF, AL Oct 3, 1945
					84877 surveyed at Aloe AAF Jul 10, 1944
					84878 to Italy Mar 14, 1951
					84879 to reclamation/scrap Jul 14, 1948
					84880 to reclamation/scrap South City Sep 11, 1947
					84881 to Royal Danish AF as 33-370 Nov 29, 1950.
				84883/84922 MSN 88-16664/16703 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84853/84892
					84896 (MSN 88-16677) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84866
				84923 (MSN 88-16603) Lend-Lease to RAF as EZ398
				84924/84932 MSN 88-16704/16712 (9) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ399/EZ407
					All transferred to Royal Navy, no records of ultimate fates.
				84933/84972 MSN 88-16714/16753 (40)
					84933 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1952.  84933 flyable at Johnstown, PA as N420RK.
					84947 (6148th Tactical Control Squadron, 6147th Tactical Control Group) crashed and burned from
						unknown cause 15 mi NE of Kaesong, North Korea.  Crew of 2 killed.
					84950 (MSN 88-16731)
					84962 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1953.
					84965 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.
					84970 crashed Feb 12, 1947 Warren County, NC after pilot ran out of fuel and bailed out.
					84971 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
				84973/85012 MSN 88-16754/16793 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84893/84932
				85013 (MSN 88-16713) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ408
				85014/85033 MSN 88-16794/16813 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ409/EZ428
					85013/85030 (EZ408/EZ425) all transferred to Royal Navy, no 
						records of ultimate fates.
					85031 (EZ426) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					85032/85033 (EZ427/EZ428) both transferred to Royal Navy,
						no records of ultimate fates.
				85033/85072 MSN 88-16814/16853 (40)
					85041 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Dec 1952.
					85043 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Sep 1953.
					85045 (MSN 88-16826)
					85053 (MSN 88-16834) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1952.  To Spanish
						AF ca 1954 as C.6-7
					85056 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Jan 1953.
					85063 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					85066 used in England as communications aircraft by 7th PG (R)
					85068 (MSN 88-16849 to civil registry as N10595, then LN-AMY (LN-LCN and LN-LCS were not taken up)
						Now operated as LN-AMY by the Old Flying Machine Company at Duxford, UK.  Currently
						bears false serial 8084.  Now registered in UK as G-KAMY, registered to Orion Enterprises.
						The correct numbers will be put on the aircraft sometime in 2015.
					85071 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1953.
				85073/85092 MSN 88-16854/16873 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84933/84952
				85093/85102 MSN 88-16874/16883 (10)
					85093/85097 Lend Lease to Colombia
					85098/85102 Lend-Lease to Chile
				85103/85122 MSN 88-16884/16903 (20) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ429/EZ448
					85103 (EZ429) SOC Aug 29, 1946
					85104 (EZ430) transferred to Royal Navy, no record of ultimate fate
					85105/85107 (EZ431/EZ433) taken on Royal Navy charge, no records of ultimate fates.
					85108 (EZ434) hit water during low flying in Gulf of Suez Nov 22, 1944
					85109 (EZ435) taken on Royal Navy charge, no record of ultimate fate.
					85110 (EZ436) taken on Royal Navy charge, no record of ultimate fate.
					85111 (EZ437) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					85112 (EZ438) taken on Royal Navy charge, no record of ultimate fate
					85113 (MSN 88-16894, EZ439) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Sep 1944 as NZ1095.  Crashed
						at Wigram during aerobatics Dec 16, 1950.  Pilot killed.
					85114 (EZ440) taken on Royal Navy charge, no record of ultimate fate
					85115 (EZ441) SOC Aug 29, 1946
					85116 (EZ442) taken on Royal Navy charge, no record of ultimate fate
					85117 (EZ443) taken on Royal Navy charge, no record of ultimate fate
					85118 (EZ444) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					85119 (EZ445) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					85120 (EZ446) SOC May 29, 1947
					85121 (EZ447) no record of receipt by RAF, may have gone directly
						to a commonwealth AF.
					85122 (EZ448) no record of receipt by RAF, may have gone directly
						to a commonwealth AF.
				85123/85182 MSN 88-16904/16963 (60)
					85126 (356th FG, 360th FS, 8th AF) in landing accident at AAF Station 369 Jul 28, 1945.
					85130 (MSN 88-16911)
					85140 (6148th Tat Ctl Sq) lost Sep 13, 1951.
					85155 (MSN 88-16936) to Spanish AF as C.6-1
					85165 to RCAF May 1951.  W/o Mar 26, 1952, Centralia
					85174 to RCAF May 1951.  w/o in crash
				85183/85222 MSN 88-16964/17003 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84953/84992
				85223/85232 MSN 88-17004/17013 (10) to RAF as Harvard IIA EZ449/EZ458
					85223 (MSN 88-17004, EZ449) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Sep 1944 as NZ1096.
						Sold Jul 1978.  Registered ZK-END Jun 20, 1978.  Airworthy and flying in New Zealand.
					85224 (EZ450) SOC Nov 28, 1946
					85225 (EZ451) no record of receipt by RAF, may have gone directly
						to a commonwealth AF.
					85226 (EZ452) SOC Sep 13, 1945
					85227 (MSN 88-17008, EZ453) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Sep 1944 as NZ1097.
						Crashed at Eyrewell Plantation near Christchurch Apr 17, 1953.  Pilot killed.
					85228 (EZ454) SOC Dec 31, 1947.
					85229 (MSN 88-17010, EZ455) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Sep 1944 as NZ1098.  
						To civilian registry in 1978 as ZK-ENJ.  Airworthy and flying in New Zealand.
					85230 (c.n 88-17011, EZ456) no record of receipt by RAF, went directly to RNZAF Sep 1944 as NZ1099.
						Sold 1978 and registered  ZK-ENK.  To Australian civil registry 
						as VH-NZX Nov 2003..
					85231 (EZ457) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
					85232 (EZ458) no record of receipt by RAF, transferred to Royal Navy
				85233/85292 MSN 88-17014/17073 (60)
					85247 (MSN 88-17028)
					85256 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Sep 1953.
					85260 (MSN 88-17041) to JASDF as 52-0002.  Displayed as gate guardian at Ashiya Air Base in Nov 1992.
					85263 to Brazil
					85268 (MSN 88-17049) to Spanish AF as C.6-15
					85285 to Brazil
					85286 (MSN 88-17067) to Royal Danish AF.   To France as F-TERV, which was a French military radio callsign,
						not a civil registration.
				85293/85332 MSN 88-17074/17113 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 84993/85032
				85333/85412 MSN 88-17114/17193 (80)
					85333 (MSN 88-17114) based by the USAAF at Santiago, Chile.  To FLC, transferred to Chile Mar 14, 1949
					85337 (MSN 88-17118) to JASDF as 52-0003.  W/o May 1, 1965.
					85344 (MSN 88-17125)
					85348 (MSN 88-17129) to Spanish AF as C.6-9
					85352 (MSN 88-17133)
					85357 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.  Later to Brazil
					85359 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1953.
					85360 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Jan 1953.
					85374 (MSN 88-17155) to Spanish AF as C.6-12.  Sold as N49961 May 1984.
					85377 (MSN 88-17158) rebuilt as 52-8238
					85398 (MSN 88-171790 registered N65779 Mar 20, 2007.
					85399 (MSN 88-17180) to Spanish AF as C.6-44.  Sold Jul 9, 1983
					85400 (MSN 88-17181)
					85404 (MSN 88-17185) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1952.  To Spanish
						AF ca 1945 as C.6-5
				85413/85432 MSN 88-17194/17213 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 85033/85052
				85433/85492 MSN 88-17214/17273 (60)
					85440 (MSN 88-17221)
					85449/85450 to Brazil
					85458 (MSN 88-17239) to Spanish AF as C.6-11
					85465 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					85477 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Jan 1953.
					85483 to Brazil
					85492 (MSN 88-17273) to Spanish AF as C.6-2
				85493/85532 MSN 88-17274/17313 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 85053/85092
				85533/85612 MSN 88-17314/17393 (80)
					85533/85542 (MSN 88-17314/17323) to Mexican AF Jul 27, 1944.
					85544 (MSN 88-17325) to Spanish AF as C.6-58
					85546 MSN 88-17327) to Brazil
					85550 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1953.
						To civil registry as N7471C.  Crashed 1 mi SW of Gainesville, GA Apr 1, 2002.
					85554 (MSN 88-17335) to Spanish AF as C.6-2
					85583 (6167th M&S Sq) crashlanded at K-16 Apr 18, 1952.
					85585 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1953.
					85599 (MSN 88-17380) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1954.  To civil registry as N7421C
				85613 MSN 88-17394 (1) to US Navy as SNJ-5 85093
				85614/85652 MSN 88-17395/17433 (39) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90582/90620
					85647 listed as being destroyed on ground at Pyongyang East Air Base, South Koea Dec 4, 1950 to prevent
						capture by North Korea
				85653/85767 MSN 88-17434/17548 (115)
					85653/85672 Lend-Lease to China
						85666 (MSN 88-17447) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation
						85668 (MSN 88-17449) to Spanish AF as C.6-4
					85674 (6147th Tac Ctl Sq) destroyed on ground at K-24 in Korea to prevent it
						from falling into enemy hands Dec 4, 1950.
					85680 (MSN 88-17461) to Spanish AF as C.6-6
					85684 (MSN 88-17465) crashed 20 mi WNW of Tonopah, AZ Mar 14, 1945.
					85691 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.  Later to Brazil.
					85696 (MSN 88-17477) registered as N85696
					85697 (MSN 88-17478) to Spanish AF as C.6-178.  Sold May 1982,
						became N29947
					85702 (MSN 88-17483) to Royal Danish AF as 33-369.  To France as F-TERO, which was a French military radio callsign,
						not a civil registration.
					85723 (6148th Tac Ctl Sq) possibly shot down by AAA Dec 9, 1951.
					85739 to RCAF Jun 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					85740 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1953.
					85741 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					85753/85762 (MSN 88-17534/17543) Lend-Lease to Colombia
					85763/85767 (MSN 88-17544/17548) Lend-Lease to Chile
				85768/85787 MSN 88-17549/17568 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90621/90640
				85788/85857 MSN 88-17569/17638 (70)
					85788/85797 Lend-Lease to Peru
						85794 (MSN 88-17575) on civil registry as N991GM
					85800 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Dec 1952.
					85802 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.  Later to Brazil
					85803 (MSN 88-17584)
					85804 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Mar 1953.
					85813 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1952.
					85823 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					85850 (6147th Tac Ctl Sq) crashed near Hoengsong, Korea Feb 6, 1951.
					85857 to Brazil
				85858/85897 MSN 88-17639/17678 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90641/90680
					85886 (MSN 88-17667) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90669
					85889 flyable at Colorado Springs, CO as N6643C
					85895 (MSN 88-17676) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90678.
				85898/85967 MSN 88-17679/17748 (70)
					85899 (MSN 88-17680) to JASDF as 52-0004.  W/o May 1, 1965.
					85907 (MSN 88-17688) to JASDF as 52-0005.  Displayed Hiroshima AP.
					85912 (MSN 88-17693)
					85913 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Dec 1952.
					85920 (MSN 88-17701) crashed 8 M NE of Wittman, AZ Jul 24, 1945.  1 killed. 
					85923 (MSN 88-17704) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Sep 1953.
						To Spanish AF in 1954 as C.6-34
					85930 (MSN 88-17711)
					85935 (MSN 88-17716) to 4X-ARB
					85938 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					85943 (MSN 88-17724) to Spanish AF as C.6-48
					85947 (6148th Tactical Control Squadron, 6147th Tactical Control Group) shot down by ground fire
						near Chigyong-dong, North Korea Oct 13, 1951.   Crew of 2 rescued.  
					85958 (MSN 88-17739) to Spanish AF as C.6-3.  WFU at Quatros Vientos Aug 1979
					85963 to Brazil
				85968/86007 MSN 88-17749/17788 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90681/90720
				86008/86087 MSN 88-17789/17868 (80)
					86011 (6147th Tactical Control Squadron) damaged by ground fire and crashed on landing at Taegu (K-2)
						South Korea Aug 12, 1950.  Aircraft DBR.
					86013 (MSN 88-17794)
					86022 to Brazil
					86025 (MSN 88-17806) to Spanish AF as C.6-10.
					86027 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Sep 1952.
					86041 (MSN 88-17822) to Royal Danish AF as 33-366.   To France as F-TEQU, which was a French military radio callsign,
						not a civil registration.
					86042 (MSN 88-17823)
					86047 (MSN 88-17828) to Spanish AF as C.6-50.  Sold Jul 9, 1983
					86048 (MSN 88-17829)
					86049 to Brazil
					86053 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1953.  Still flyable at Newark, DE as N117R
					86064 (MSN 88-17845) to Spanish AF as C.6-36
					86067 (MSN 88-18848) with Delaware ANG
					86068 (MSN 88-17849) to Spanish AF as C.6-27.  Sold Aug 1984,
						became N4086T
					86073 (6148th Tac Ctl Sq) crashed S of Hyon-ri, Korea Apr 2, 1951.
					86076 (MSN 88-17857) to Spanish AF as C.6-51
					86079 (MSN 88-17860) to Spanish AF as C.6-59
					86081 (MSN 88-17862)
				86088/86107 MSN 88-17869/17888 (20) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90721/90740
				86108/86167 MSN 88-17889/17948 (60)
					86113 (MSN 88-17894) to Spanish AF as C.6-32
					86122 (MSN 88-17903) to Royal Danish AF.  To France as F-TEPZ, which was a French military radio callsign,
						not a civil registration.
					86129 (MSN 88-17910) to JASDF as 52-0006.  W/o May 1, 1965
					86132 (6148th Tac Ctl Sq) crashed into Sobuk San, Korea Aug 22, 1950.
					86141 (MSN 88-17922) to Peru
					86142 (MSN 88-17923) to Spanihs AF as C.6-30.  Sold Jan 1984
						and became N4996M
					86146 (MSN 88-17927) to Spanish AF as C.6-43
					86153 (6148th Tac Ctl Sq) crashed landed due to battle damage, Munsan-ni,
						Korea Apr 21, 1951.  Destroyed next day to prevent it from
						falling into enemy hands.
					86156 (MSN 88-178937) to Royal Danish AF
					86160 (MSN 88-17941) to Spanish AF as C.6-33.  Sold Jul 9, 1983
					86161 to RCAF Jul 1951, returned to USAF Dec 1952.
					86165 (MSN 88-17946)
				86168/86207 MSN 88-17949/17988 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90741/90780
					86174 (MNS 88-17955) to US Navy as BuNo 90747
					86196 on display with Colorado ANG, Aurora, Colorado
				86208/86277 MSN 88-17989/18058 (70)
					86210 (MSN 88-17991) to Spanish AF as C.6-29
					86211 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Nov 1952.
					86216 (MSN 88-17997)
					86228 SOC from Davis Monthan AFB Sep 29, 1956
					86232 (MSN 88-18013) to Spanish AF as C.6-31
					86236 (MSN 88-18017)
					86241 (MSN 88-18022) on civil registry as N817TX.
					86242 to Brazil
					86244 (MSN 88-18025) to Royal Danish AF as 33-364 in 1950.  Crashed Jan 22, 1952, both onboard killed.
					86249 to Brazil
					86252 (6148th Tac Ctl Sq) shot down by AAA Jan 3, 1952.
					86258 (MSN 88-18039)
					86267 (MSN 88-18048)
					86272 (MSN 88-18053) to civil registry Jun 11, 2002 as N2983
					86273 (MSN 88-18054)
				86278/86317 MSN 88-18059/18098 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90781/90820
				86318/86387 MSN 88-18099/18168 (70)
					86328 (MSN 88-18109) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1954.  Became N7420C. Now
						to German owner Aug 2002 as D-FURY
					86338 (MSN 88-18119)
					86340 (127th PTG) Luke AFB, Arizona – Failed to recover from spin, crashed Jul 19, 1952 
					86345 (MSN 88-18126) to Spanish AF as C.6-28
					86347 to Brazil
					86356 (MSN 88-18137) to Spanish AF as C.6-54
					86357 (MSN 88-18138) with Delaware ANG
					86364 (MSN 88-18145) to Spanish AF as C.6-55
					86374 (MSN 88-18155) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1953.  to Panamanian civil registry as HP-331
					86375 (MSN 88-18156) to JASDF as 52-0007.  W/o Jun 5, 19674
					86378/86382 Lend-Lease to Colombian AF
					86383/86387 Lend Lease to Chilean AF
				86388/86417 MSN 88-18169/18198 (30) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90821/90850
				86418/86487 MSN 88-18199/18268 (70)
					86418/86427 to Brazil
					86433 (MSN 88-18214) to Spanish AF as C.6-57
					86435 (MSN 88-18216) to Royal Danish AF.  To France as F-TEPV, which was a French military radio callsign,
						not a civil registration.
					86443 (MSN 88-18224) to Royal Danish AF.  To France as F-TEPF, which was a French military radio callsign,
						not a civil registration.
					86445 (MSN 88-18226) to Spanish AF as C.6-25
					86447 to Peruvian AF.  To Uruguay as 366 and active in 2016 with the 
						Escuela Militar de Aeronáutica coded CX-NAT. 
					86457 (MSN 88-18238) 
					86461 to Brazilian AF
					86465 (MSN 88-18246) to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Feb 1953.  To Brazilian AF as 1617 and
						preserved in Museo Aeroespacial, Afonson AF Base, Rio de Janeiro.
					86467 (MSN 88-18248)
					86469 (MSN 88-18250) to Spanish AF as C.6-26.  WFU at Cuatro
						Vientos Aug 1979
					86485 (MSN 88-18266) to Brazil. Now on display at Museu Aerospacial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
				86488/86527 MSN 88-18269/18308 (40) to US Navy as SNJ-5 90851/90890
				86528/86562 MSN 88-18309/18343 (35)
					86535 to Brazil
					86536 (3026th Base Unit) in midair collision wth AT-6C 42-49068 May 17, 1945 while landing at Merced AAF, CA.  Pilot killed.  He 
						was Robert E. Hutchins, a child actor who had been a regular in the *Our Gang* series.  Pilot of 42-49068 survived.
					86544 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Jan 1953.  Later to Brazil
					86545 to RCAF May 1951, returned to USAF Oct 1952.
					86548 (MSN 88-18329)
					86555 to Brazil
					86558 (MSN 88-18339)
42-86563/86912		Douglas A-20G-20-DO Havoc
				86858, 86893, 86896, 86900/86902, 86904/86911
					modified as P-70B-2 night fighter
				86858, 86893, 86896, 86900, 86902, 86905/86911
					redesignated TP-70B-2.
				86563 (13th BS) crashed at Saidor Apr 16, 1944 and abandoned.  Salvaged
					for parts.  Wreck is still there.
				86615 (417th BG, 675th BS) crashed on landing at Yamai airfield Apr 16, 1944.  Wreck was recovered from 
					Saidor, New Guinea in 1985 for use by RAAF Museum in restoration of A-20G 42-86786.
					Remains of this aircraft noted in storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, for 
					disposal by RAAF Museum now that their two A-20 restorations are complete.
				86616 (3rd BG, 13th BS) damaged by bomb explosion from preceding
					aircraft in attack on Kavieng, New Britain Feb 15, 1944.
					Crashed, killing both crew.
				86618 (3rd BG) lost Mar 12, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 4092.
				86625 (3rd BG) lost Mar 12, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 4111
				86713 (13th BS) crashed at sea Apr 16, 1944.  Crew rescued by PBY from VPB-34.
					Also have a report that this plane was wrecked in a bad landing at Saidor
				86717 (8th Service Grouo) crashed into steep slope in Saruwaged Mountains, a few miles N of Nadzab, PNG
					Oct 1, 1944 on flight to Lae.  MACR 10022.  All 3 crew killed.

				86727 (3rd AG, 89th BS) crashed near Kamiri Drome, Dutch New Guina Jun 19, 1944.  MACR 6028
				86728 (3rd BG, 13th BS) shot down by AAA during attack on
					Kavieng, New Britain Feb 15, 1944.  3 crew killed.
				86734 scrapped ca 1947
				86748 (27th BS/5th AF) MIA Apr 17, 1945 AUSTRALIA
				86768 (3rd BG) lost May 15, 1944, SW Pacific.  I also have a report of this
					as having belly landed at Saidor Apr 16, 1944 with 90th BS
				86772 (312th BG, 387th BG) ran out of fuel and crashed near Annenberg, New Guinea Apr 16, 1945.  
					MACR 13320 (filed in 1945).  Also have this plane as 
					crashing Apr 16, 1944 while with 387th BS, crew rescued.  Wreck was recovered from 
					Annamberg, New Guinea in 1985 for use by RAAF Museum in restoration of A-20G 42-86786. 
					However, last user quoted as 417th BG/673rd BS.  Remains of this aircraft noted in 
					storage at RAAF Amberley, Australia November 2002, for disposal by RAAF Museum now that 
					their two A-20 restorations are complete
				86783 Lend-Lease to USSR
				86786 (312th BG, 388th BS *Hell'n Pelican II*) forced down due to bad weather in 
					Apr 16, 1944.  Recovered by RAAF near Annamoin in September 1984 for restoration and ultimate
					return to Papua New Guinea.   Restoration completed in 1996.  Owned by Papua New Guine and currentl
					on display at RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre.
				86788 (3rd BG) lost May 15, 1944, SW Pacific.
				86789 Lend-Lease to USSR
				86790 Lend-Lease to USSR
				86792/86887 Lend-Lease to USSR
					86838 (7/AT) MIA 10/12/43 ALASKA
				86903 Lend-Lease to USSR
42-86913/86917		Curtiss C-76-CS Caravan
				Model CW-27.   MSN 21/25.  Redesignated ZC-76
42-86918/86928		Curtiss YC-76-CK Caravan
				Model CW-27.  MSN 1/11
				86918 crashed May 10, 1943 in Okalona, KY after taking off from nearby Curtiss plant at Louisville, KY
42-86929/86937		Curtiss YC-76A-1-CK Caravan
				Model CW-27.  MSN 12/20.
42-86938/87112		Curtiss C-76A Caravan 
				Model CW-27.  Contract cancelled.
42-87113/87137		North American B-25D-20 Mitchell
				MSN 100-20606/100-20630
				87113 to RAF as Mitchell II FV979.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87114 to RAF as Mitchell II FV980.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87115 to RAF as Mitchell II FV981.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87116 to RAF as Mitchell II FV982.  DBR in German air raid on Melsbroek airfield in
					Belgium Jan 1, 1945
				87117 to RAF as Mitchell II FV983.  SOC Jun 6, 1947
				87118 to RAF as Mitchell II FV984.  SOC Sep 26, 1947
				87119 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87120 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87122 to RAF as Mitchell II FR176.  With 320 Sqdn, crasned at Hedel near Ammerzoden, Netherlands
					Oct 24, 1944.
				87123 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87132 to RAF as Mitchell II FR186 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  SOC Jun 20, 1945.
				87133 to RAF as Mitchell II FR187.  British Air Commission records show this aircraft as
					becoming FR187, but RAF records say that FR187 was never issued.   Not actually delivered to RAF. Crashed on
					takeoff 5 mi SW of Romulus AAF, MI Aug 30, 1943.
				87135 Lend-Lease to China Jul 1943
				87136 Lend-Lease to China Jul 1943
42-87138/87452		North American B-25D-25 Mitchell
				87138/87312 were MSN 100-20631/100-20805
				87313/87452 were MSN 100-23306/100-23445
				87140 to RAF as Mitchell II FV986.  Dove into ground at night, Chilwell, England Jul 24, 1944
				87146 to RAF as Mitchell II KL141 - Retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU 
				87149 to RAF as Mitchell II FV987.  Sideslipped into ground while in circuit at North Bay,
					Canada Apr 28, 1945
				87150 to RAF as Mitchell II FV988.  DBR when bellylanded after engine caught fire on
					takeoff, Reykjavik, Iceland Nov 25, 1943
				87154 to RAF as Mitchell II FV989.  Missing from night intruder mission Aug 18, 1944
				87155 to RAF as Mitchell II FV990.  Missing from ferry flight from Bluie West 3 to Reykjavik,
					Iceland Nov 28, 1943
				87156 to RAF as Mitchell II FV991.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87157/87180 to USN as PBJ-1D 35073/35096
				87181/87205 to USN as PBJ-1D 35098/35122
					87195 crashed through roof of Glenn L Martin plant at Offutt AFB,
						Nebraska Sep 22, 1943.  3 crew killed, one injured.  B-26C 41-35622 in the plant was destroyed.
						No injuries in the plant.
				87206 to RAF as Mitchell II FV992.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87207 to RAF as Mitchell II FV993.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87208 to RAF as Mitchell II FV994.  Returned to USA Nov 18, 1945
				87209 to RAF as Mitchell II FV995.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87210 to RAF as Mitchell II FV996.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87211 to RAF as Mitchell II FV997.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				87212 to RAF as Mitchell II FV998.  Shot down by flak over Pas de Calais, France Jun 20, 1944
				87213 to RAF as Mitchell II FV999.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87214 to RAF as Mitchell II FW100.  Bellylanded and blew up after both engines cut on takeoff,
					Dunsfold, England May 5, 1944
				87215 to RAF as Mitchell II FW101.  Crashed at Cranleigh, England when engine cut during night
					approacy to Dunsfold, England Jun 28, 1944
				87216 to RAF as Mitchell II FW102.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87217 to RAF as Mitchell II FW103.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87218 to RAF as Mitchell II FW104.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				87219 to RAF as Mitchell II FW105.  Crashlanded in Normandy after receiving flak damage
					Aug 28, 1944
				87220 to RAF as Mitchell II FW106.  Missing from mission to Deventer, Holland Oct 15, 1944
				87221 to RAF as Mitchell II FW107.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87223 to RAF as Mitchell II FW108.  Wrecked when clided with Mitchell FR370 (41-13114) on 
					landing, Harwell, England Mar 13, 1945
				87224 to RAF as Mitchell II FW109.  Missing from mission to Bois Boquerel May 9, 1944
				87225 to RAF as Mitchell II FW110.  Crashed after hitting tree during night approach to
					Swanton Morley, England Apr 21, 1944
				87226 to RAF as Mitchell II FW111.  SOC Jan 13, 1947
				87227 to RAF as Mitchell II FW112.  SOC Jan 15, 1947
				87228 to RAF as Mitchell II FW113.  Shot down by flak over Foret de Lyons, France Aug 9, 1944
				87229 to RAF as Mitchell II FW114.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87230/87253 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87254 to NEIAF as N5-170 - 
				87255 to NEIAF as N5-171, later to RAAF as A47-36.  SOC 3/50.
				87256 to NEIAF as N5-172 - 
				87257 to NEIAF as N5-173 
				87258 to NEIAF as N5-174, later to RAAF as A47-37.  Lost en route 
					to Biak 8/14/1945.
				87259 to NEIAF as N5-175, later to RAAF as A47-33.  lost on operations 12/44
				87260 to NEIAF as N5-188
				87261 to RAF as Mitchell II FR199.  With No 320 (Dutch) RAF Squadron.
					SOC 1954 and sent to Technical University Delft 
					where cockpit section was used as a flight simulator.
					This section was donated to the Aviodome in 1981.
					Moved to Veghel on loan to museum Bevrijdende Vleugels.
				87262 to RAF as Mitchell II FR188 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Royal Netherlands AF 7/22/1947.
				87263 to RAF as Mitchell II FR189 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Royal Netherlands AF 7/22/1947.
				87264 to RAF as Mitchell II FR190 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK - w/o Aug 31, 1944 after overshot
					landing at Long Newnton, England.
				87265 to RAF as Mitchell II FR191 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK- ditched Jun 12, 1944 in English Channel.
				87266/87273 Lend-Lease to China Jul 1943
					87269 lost in China Nov 29, 1943.  MACR 1231.
				87276 (41st BG) lost Aug 18, 1944, Central Pacific.
				87284 (41st BG) lost Jan 29, 1944, Central Pacific.
				87288 to RAF as Mitchell II KL142 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU.
				87290 to RAF as Mitchell II KL143 - retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU
				87293 (38th BG/17th RS) Survived 190 missions in Pacific 
					Theatre during WW2; believed scrapped in theatre after war's end.
				87296 (71st BG) lost Dec 26, 1944, SW Pacific.
				87297 (71st BG) lost Dec 26, 1944, SW Pacific.
				87302 in takeoff accident at Fort Worth AAF, TX Oct 10, 1944.  Landing gear
					was retracted too early during takeoff and aircraft settled onto the
					runway, with the left gear collapsing and aircraft bellying in.  Left
					prop broke off and tore into the pilot side of the cockpit, critically
					injuring the pilot.  Except for the flight engineer, who had minor
					injuries, all others aboard were uninjured.
				87305 to NEIAF as N5-164 
				87307 to NEIAF as N5-179 - missing 3/44 
				87311 to NEIAF as N5-177 - missing 5/44
				87312 to NEIAF as N5-178 
				87313 to NEIAF as N5-176 - crashed 5/44
				87317 to RAF as Mitchell II FR200 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Royal Netherlands AF 7/22/1947
				87321 to NEIAF as N5-180 
				87322 to RAF as Mitchell II FR201 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Royal Netherlands AF 7/22/1947.
				87323 to RAF as Mitchell II FR202 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  SOC Nov 1, 1945.
				87325 to RAF as Mitchell II FW115.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87326 to RAF as Mitchell II FW116.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87328 to RAF as Mitchell II FW117.  SOC Aug 22, 1945
				87329 to RAF as Mitchell II FW118.  Missing from night intruder mission Jul 23, 1944
				87331 to RAF as Mitchell II FW119.  SOC Aug 22, 1945
				87332 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87333 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87334 to RAF as Mitchell II FW120.  SOC Aug 22, 1945
				87336 (42nd BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, SW Pacific.
				87338 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87339 to RAF as Mitchell II FR203 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Caught fire and crashed into sea 
					50 mi W of Reykjavik, Iceland Nov 8, 1943
				87340 to RAF as Mitchell II FW121.   DBR when overshot forced landing due to engine
					failure and ran into ditch, Weston Zoyland, England Feb 21, 1944
				87342 to RAF as Mitchell II FW122.  Damaged by explosion of Mitchell FV985 (41-30660) over
					Glos-Montford and crashed Jul 23, 1944.
				87344 to RAF as Mitchell II FW123.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				87345 to RAF as Mitchell II FW124.  Missing on mission to Elbeuf, France Aug 21, 1944
				87346 to RAF as Mitchell II FW125.  Shot down by AAA over Boulogne, France Sep 9, 1944.
				87347 to RAF as Mitchell II FW126.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87348 to RAF as Mitchell II FW126.  Abandoned and crashed after being hit by flak over
					La Maillerayte sur Seine, France Aug 17, 1944
				87349 to NEIAF as N5-162 - missing 6/44
				87350 to NEIAF as N5-163 
				87352 to RAF as Mitchell II KL144.  Retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU.
				87354 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87355 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87357 Lend Lease to USSR
				87358 to RAF as Mitchell II FR204 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Shot down by flak, 
					Chateau d'Ansenne Jun 25, 1944.
				87361 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87362 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87364 (42nd BG, 100th BS, "Big Operator")
				87366 to NEIAF as N5-169
				87375 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87377 (42nd BG, 100th BS, "Eager Rosie")
				87379 to RAF as Mitchell II KL145.  Retained in Canada for use by 5 OTU.
				87381 to RAF as Mitchell II FR205 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  Missing from night 
					intruder mission Jun 12, 1944
				87382 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87387 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87389 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87392 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87394 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87396 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87397 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87398 to NEIAF as N5-166 
				87399/87404 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87405 to RAF as Mitchell II FR206 for service with Dutch No 320 Sqdn in UK.  To Royal Netherlands Navy 
					as 18-2 Jul 22, 1947.
				87406 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87408 to RAF as Mitchell II FR207 for service with Dutch No 32 Sqdn in UK.  SOC 8/22/1945
				87409 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87410 to RAF as Mitchell II FW128.  SOC Dec 26, 1946.
				87411 to RAF as Mitchell II FW129.  Missing from night intruder mission Jun 13, 1944
				87412 to RAF as Mitchell II FW130.  SOC Dec 9, 1946
				87414 to NEIAF as N5-167
				87415 to RAF as Mitchell II FW131.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87416 to NEIAF as N5-168, later to RAAF as
					A47-35.  struck off charge 3/50.
				87417 to RAF as Mitchell II FW132.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				87420 to RAF as Mitchell II FW133.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87421 to RAF as Mitchell II FW134.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87422 to RAF as Mitchell II FW135.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87423 to RAF as Mitchell II FW136.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87425 to RAF as Mitchell II FW137.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87427 to RAF as Mitchell II FW138.  Missing during ferry flight between Goose Bay and
					Reykjavik Nov 6, 1943
				87428 to RAF as Mitchell II FW139.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87431 to RAF as Mitchell II FW140.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				87432 to RAF as Mitchell II FW141.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87433 to RAF as Mitchell II FW142.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87436 to RAF as Mitchell II FW143.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87437 (345th BG, 500th BS, "General's Daughter") after landing fell
					off 2 wire-wrapped parademo bombs, exploded and burned out
					at Nadzab, New Guinea Jul 2, 1944.  5 killed, plus 7 armorers on
					the ground also killed.  Tail gunner survived.
				87440 crashed Sept 11, 1944 near Loyette Air Field, France. 15 killed.
				87444 (71st BG) lost May 18, 1945, SW Pacific.
42-87453/87612		North American B-25D-30 Mitchell
				MSN 100-23446/100-23605 
				87453 to RAF as Mitchell II FW144.  DBR when overshot landing at Swanton Morley,
					England Jun 30, 1944
				87457 crashed into Rincon Mountains, AZ Jan 20, 1945
				87471 to RAF as Mitchell II FW145.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				87472 to RAF as Mitchell II FW146.  Shot down by flak over Venlo, Holland Nov 19, 1944
				87473 to RAF as Mitchell II FW147.  SOC Aug 23, 1945
				87474 to RAF as Mitchell II FW148.  Lost height after bombing run and flew into trees at
					Yanacraw Hill, New Providence Island, Bahamas Oct 28, 1944
				87475 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87476 to RAF as Mitchell II FW149.  DBR when bellylanded after practice bomb
					exploded in bomb Bay, Oakes Field May 3, 1945
				87477 to RAF as Mitchell II FW150.  Collided with Mitchell HD330 (43-3801) and crashed
					in sea off Nassau, Bahamas Nov 24, 1944.
				87478/87487 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87489 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87491 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87495 to RAF as Mitchell II FW151.  SOC Jan 15, 1947
				87501 to RAF as Mitchell II KL147.  Retained in Canada for service with 5 OTU.
				87503 to RAF as Mitchell II FW152.  Missing Nov 16, 1944
				87504 to RAF as Mitchell II FW153.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87505 to RAF as Mitchell II FW154.  Ditched off Eleuthera, Bahamas Jun 6, 1944
				87506 to RAF as Mitchell II FW155.  SOC Feb 19, 1947
				87507 to RAF as Mitchell II FW156.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87509 to RAF as Mitchell II FW157.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87510 to RAF as Mitchell II FW158.  SOC Dec 9, 1946
				87511 to RAF as Mitchell II FW159.  Missing on flight from Goose Bay to Reykjavik Dec 6, 1943
				87582 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87584 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87586/87592 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87594 to USSR
				87595 to NEIAF as N5-165 
				87596 to RAF as Mitchell II FW160.  DBR by flak over Thurty-Harcourt Aug 6, 1944.  Returned to
					base, but thereafter SOC.
				87597 to NEIAF as N5-182 - crashed 7/44 
				87598 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87599 Lend-Lease to USSR
				87600 to RAF as Mitchell II FW161.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				87601 to RAF as Mitchell II FW162.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87602 to RAF as Mitchell II FW163.  Damaged by flak over Venlo and crashlanded at Volkel Nov 4, 1944.
				87603 to RAF as Mitchell II FW164.  DBR by flak over Zwolle Nov 29, 1944.  Returned to base but
					thereafter SOC.
				87604 to RAF as Mitchell II FW165.  Spun into ground 2 mi NW of Reykjavik during ferry flight Dec 18, 1943.
				87605 to RAF as Mitchell II FW166.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87606 to RAF as Mitchell II FW167.  Shot down by flak over Vlissingen Sep 12, 1944
				87607 to NEIAF as N5-183, later to RAAF as A47-1.  SOC 3/50.
				87608 to NEIAF as N5-186, later to RAAF as A47-34.  SOC 3/50.
				87609 to RAF as Mitchell II FW168.  DBR when taxiied into hangar after brakes failed, Melsbroek Jan 1, 1945
				87610 to RAF as Mitchell II FW169.  Destroyed by fire when hit tree after night takeoff from
					Dunsfold Jun 30, 1944
				87611 to RAF as Mitchell II FW170.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				87612 to RAF as Mitchell II FW171.  DBR when forcelanded at Melsbroek Nov 5, 1944.
42-87613/88612		Cancelled contract
42-88613		Fairchild UC-61F Forwarder
				Civilian Model 24R-9 MSN 402 NC18686 impressed by USAAF
42-88614		Waco UC-72F
				Civilian Model CUC1 MSN 4324 NC15237 impressed by USAAF
42-88615/88616		Howard UC-70 Nightingale
				Civilian DGA-15Ps commandeered by USAAF.
				88615 may have been NC22437, cn 536
				88616 MSN 525 was NC22426.  Postwar to NC2246, later N22426.  Registered as DGA-15P Mar 10, 1953, registration
					revoked.
42-88617/88618		Fairchild UC-96
				Civilian Model FC.2W-2 impressed by USAAF.
				88617 MSN 803 ex NR19951
				88618 ex NC346J
42-88619		Fairchild UC-61D Forwarder
				Civilian Model 51A MSN 141 NC6800 impressed by USAAF 
42-88620 		Beech UC-43G Traveller
				Civilian Model C-17B MSN 125 NC17063 impressed by USAAF.
42-88621		Waco UC-72G
				Civilian Model ACQ6 NC20906 MSN 5040 impressed by USAAF
42-88622		Boeing C-98
				Civilian Model 314A flying boat NC18612 MSN 2086 (Capetown Clipper) impressed
					by USAAF Sep 17, 1942 from PanAm.  Turned over to US Navy Jun 6 1943 as Bu. No. 99081.
42-88623/88627		Boeing C-75
				Civilian SA-307B Stratoliners impressed by USAAF in Feb 1942.  Originally assigned serials 42-43511/43515  
				88623 (MSN 1998) ex NC1940 (rergistered from NC19906) of TWA.  Flew for a while with incorrect
					tail number of 288625.  Returned to TWA in July 1944 and rebuilt as SA-307B-1 N1940.  Sold 
					to French Aigle Azur Transports Aeriens in May 1951 as F-BELU.  To Air Laos in 1952
					To Airnautic (GECA) Nov 1959, to CITCA 1965.  Sold to Cambodia Air Commercial in 1974 as XW-TFP.
					Some reports that it was written off in a forced landing in Mekong River in 1975,
					but reports persist that this plane may still be flying.  A book by Alexander
					Frater reports a sighting in Indonesia in 1985 of a plane which may have been this aircraft.
				88624 (MSN 1996) ex NC19905 of TWA impressed in 1942. Returned to TWA in July 1944 as NC19905.  Sold to 
					French Aigle Azur Transports Aeriens in May 1951 as F-BELV.  To Air Laos in Sept 1960 as XW-TAB
					May have reverted to F-BELV Nov 1960.  Missing Oct 18, 1965 on flight from Vientaine, Laos
					to Hanoi with 12 aboard.  May have been shot down.  All 12 occupants killed.
				88625 (MSN 1999) ex NC19907 of TWA impressed in 1942.  Flew for a while with incorrect tail number 288624.  
					Returned to TWA in July 1944 and rebuilt as SA-307B-1 and reregistered N19907.
					Sold to French Aigle Azur Transports Aeriens in May 1951 as F-BELX.  Transferred to Aigle Azure Extreme-
					Orient in Saigon in 1956.  In 1960, leased to Air Laos as XW-TAA.  To CITCA as F-BELX Dec 1960. Sold to 
					Cambodia Air Commercial as XW-TFR in 1974.  Crashed June 27, 1974 near Battambang, Cambodia.  16 of
					25 on board killed. 
				88626 (MSN 2000) ex NC19908 of TWA impressed in 1942.  Returned to TWA in July 1944 and rebuilt as SA-307B-1 N19908.
					Sold to French Aigle Azur Transports Aeriens in July 1951 as F-BELY.  Sold Air Laous in 1952, to 
					Airnautic Nov 1959.  To Air Laos as XW-PGR Apr 1970.  Operated by Royal Air Lao as XW-PGR.  Damaged on 
					ground Feb 27, 1971 and sat derelict at Luang Prabang for several years.
					Sold to Cambodia Air Commercial in 1974.  Believed to have been damaged in collision with
					C-47 Apr 20, 1971 at Luang Prabang and cut up for scrap.
				88627 (MSN 2001) ex NC19909 of TWA impressed in 1942.  Returned to TWA in July 1944 and rebuilt as SA-307B-1 N19909.
					Sold to French Aigle Azur Transports Aeriens in June 1951 as F-BELZ.  Later to Air Laos.  
					Leased to Airnautic Nov 1959.  Crashed Dec 29, 1962 on Monte Renosa, Corsia, all 3 crew and
					22 passengers killed.
42-88628/88629 		Beech UC-43G Traveller
				Civilian Model C-17Bs impressed by USAAF.
				88628 MSN 99 ex NC16440 impressed in 1942.  Accident Sept 25, 1942 Bridgeport, CT
				88629 (MSN 102) was originally C-17B NC16443 owned by Barney
					Cockburn of Texas.  To RFC Sept 29, 1944.
					Registered after the war as civilian aircraft
					with number NC47024.  Passed through a 
					succession of civilian owners.  Still active.
42-88630/88632		Boeing C-98
				Civilian Model 314 flying boats impressed by USAAF.  
				88630 was B-314A MSN 2085 delivered Jun 1941 as NC18611 (Anzac Clipper)
					for PanAm.  To USAAF as Sep 24, 1942 C-98.  To US Navy Jun 1943 as BuNo 99082
				88631 was B-314A MSN 1993 delivered Aug 1941 as NC18606 (American Clipper)
					for PanAm.   To USAAF Oct 24, 1942 as C-98.  To US Navy Jul 12, 1943 as BuNo 99083
				88632 was B-314A MSN 2083 delivered May 1941 as NC18609 (Pacific Clipper)
					for PanAm.  To USAAF Sep 24, 1942 as C-98.  To US Navy as BuNo 48228
					Dec 17, 1942.
42-88633		Waco UC-72E
				Civilian Model ZGC7 MSN 4563 NC17708 impressed by USAAF
42-88634		Beech UC-43G Traveller
				Civilian Model C-17B MSN 88 NC15845 impressed by USAAF.
42-88635		Waco UC-72J
				Civilian Model AVN8 NC19367 MSN 5108 impressed by USAAF
42-88636		Beech UC-43C Traveller
				Civilian Model F-17D MSN 283 NC2626 impressed by USAAF in 1942.
					To NC232, to N2626.
42-88637		Fairchild UC-61E Forwarder
				Civilian Model 24K MSN 3350 NC20605 impressed by USAAF
42-88638/88657		Universal L-7A-UN
				Model Monocoupe 90AF purchased by the USAAF 1942 for Lend-Lease to the Free French for use in 
					Syria and North Africa. Two aircraft were damaged in crashes before shipment; one was replaced 
					by another Monocoupe, the other was cancelled.  The tie-up between US registration and the 
					USAAF allocation is not determined. The aircraft were bought as civilian and did not carry USAAF 
					serials or markings; the French used the FAA registration as the basis for their own serial.
				88655 cancelled, the others delivered to France
				NC38908	A-831	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38908
				NC38911	A-834	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38911
				NC38912	A-835	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38912
				NC38913	A-836	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38913
				NC38915	A-838	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38915	To F-OOAH
				NC38916	A-839	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38916	To F-BBSN
				NC38918	A-841	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38918
				NC38919	A-842	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38919
				NC38920	A-843	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38920
				NC38921	A-844	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38921
				NC38923	A-846	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38923
				NC38925	A-848	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38925
				NC38926	A-849	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38926
				NC38929	A-852	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38929
				NC38930	A-853	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38930	Damaged at Abu Sueir, Egypt 30Jan43
				NC38931	A-854	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38931
				NC38932	A-855	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38932
				NC38933	A-856	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38933	To F-OABZ
				NC38934	A-857	Lend-Lease to Free French as 38934
42-88658/88665		Interstate L-8A-IN Cadet
				Model S.1A delivered to Bolivia
42-88666/88673		Stinson L-9A 
				Civilian Model 105 Voyagers impressed by USAAF.   All Lend-Lease to Bolivia.
				These serials were originally assigned to Stinson Voyagers which were to be designated AT-19,
				but that designation was given to Reliants.  The Voyagers with these serial numbers were
				impressed Model 105s as L-9A while impressed model 10As were designated as L-9B
42-88674/89573		Vultee BT-13A
				Vultee Model 54
				88675 (MSN 10514) delivered to USAAF Jun 25, 1943.  Registered N60795 to American Aviation Heritage Foundation
					at Anoka, Minnesots, current.  Being restored to airworthy condition for delivery to the National WASP
					Museum, Sweetwater, Texas
				88708 (MSN 10547) airworthy as N40018
				88752 crshed at Brownlee, Cherry City, Nebraska Nov 5 1944.  Crew bailed out.
				88753/88756 Lend-Lease to Chile
				88757 Lend-Lease to El Salvador as 41
				88758 Lend-Lease to El Salvador as 42
				88759 Lend-Lease to El Salvador as 43
				88788 Lend-Lease to Haiti as 788
				88798 Lend-Lease to Haiti as 789
				88794 (2537BU, Perrin AAB, Sherman TX) crashed Aug 14, 1944, 15 mi. N of Perrin AAB. Radio test flight. 
					Stall/spin.  WASP pilot and pass. killed.
				88819 Lend-Lease to Haiti as 819
				89118 Lend-Lease to Dominican Republic as 20
				89158 noted in 1974 in barn at Thurmond Field in Arizona.
				89323/89330 Lend Lease to Mexico
				89379 (MSN 11756) to civil registry as N79VV
				89385 (2142 BU) crashed near Shaw Field, South Carolina Oct 16, 1944 due to stall/spin on approach
					after test flight.  WASP pilot killed.
42-89574/90698		Vultee BT-13B
				Model 54
				89607 (MSN 79-326) to civil registry as N4425V.  Noted at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, California
				89657 lost Jan 9, 1945, SW Pacific.
				89678 at Castle Air Museum
				89683 crashed White Mountains, AZ Oct 13, 1944
				89756 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89757 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89759 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89761 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89762 noted Mar 2004 at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama, painted as '762'
				89763 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89767 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89773 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89775 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89780 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89786 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89787 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89821 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89841 (33rd Ferrying GP) crashed Jul 4, 1944 3 mi. NW Columbia AAF, SC. Cause unknown. WASP pilot and passenger killed.
				89844 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89854 Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 25, 1944 to May 17, 1945.
					Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance evaluations. 
				89861 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89913 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89924 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89925 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89931 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				89975 (33rd Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command) crashed Jul 7, 1944 30 miles N. of Medford OR in mountainous terrain 
					and rough weather. WASP pilot killed.
				90000 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90013 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90018 at Robins AFB Museum, GA.
				90020/90026 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90091 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90093 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90094 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90102 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90103 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90113 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90124 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90125 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90170 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90172 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90174 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90175 Lend-Lease to Bolivia
				90177 Lend-Lease to Chile
				90224 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90226 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90228 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90242 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90243 Lend-Lease to Mexico
				90277/20282 Lend-Lease to Ecuador as FAE 49/54
				90353 (262 CCTS, Bruning AAF, NE) w/o when crashed after midair
					collision with P-47D 42-23149 May 10, 1944 3 mi E of Ohiowa, NE
				90369 (MSN 79-1366) still flying as N58577
				90401 crashed in San Jacinto Mountains Feb 10, 1944.
				90403 attached to 21 FrG at Palm Springs AAF Apr 1, 1945 suffered damage in a mechanical failure at Long Beach,
					California.
				90406 delivered to USAAF Apr 10, 1944 at Long Beach AAF, California.  To 556th AAF Base Unit (ATC) at Long Beach
					Mar 1945.  Disposed of as surplus Apr 1945.  Restored by Aero Trader, Inc of Chino, California.  Traded to
					USAF Museum System in 1992.  Assigned to Hill Aerospace Museum Sep 1993. 
				90407 attached to 6 FrG at Long Beach AAF damaged in taxying accident Jan 30, 1945 Long Beach, California.
				90413 attached to 3FrG at Romulus AAF damaged in taxying accident Dec 9, 1944 at Buffalo MAP.
				90416 attached to FrS, 7FrG at Gore Field, Great Falls, Montana major damage May 13, 1944 in takeoff accident qt
					Gore Field.
				90416 attached to 4119 BU at Brookley Field, Alabama damaged Jul 17, 1945 in landing accident at Eglin Field, Florida.
				90439 crashed while circling wreck of B-24J 44-40523 on Mt Gleason Dec 28, 1944
				90443/90458 Lend-Lease to Chile
				90459 crashed Dec 28, 1944
				90461 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Apr 22, 1944 to Oct 22, 1945.
					Used for flying qualities, stabilit and control, and performance evaluations.
				90512 stalled and crashed 6 mi E of NAAF Marianna, FL Jul 18, 1944.  Two crew killed.
				90519/90524 Lend-Lease to Ecuador as FAE 55/60
				90547/90574 Lend-Lease to French AF in Morocco
					90554 to French AF.  Destroyed at Meknes, Morocco Mar 19, 1946 when a Dewoitine D-520 flew into the hangar
						where it was parked
					90567 to French AF.  Destroyed at Meknes, Morocco Mar 19, 1946 when a Dewoitine D-520 flew into the hangar
						where it was parked
					90569 to French AF.  Destroyed at Meknes, Morocco Mar 19, 1946 when a Dewoitine D-520 flew into the hangar
						where it was parked
				90629 is on display at WPAFB Museum
				90648 Lend-Lease to Venezuela, to YV-T-LTN
				90649/90651 Lend Lease to Nicaragua as GN-29/31
				90652/90671 Lend-Lease to Chile
				90673 Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				90674 Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				90688/90694 Lend-Lease to Venezuela
42-90699/91973		Cancelled Contract