1942 USAAF Serial Numbers (42-91974 to 42-110188)


Last revised August 15, 2017


42-91974		Air Glider TG-3A
42-91975/92023		Air Glider TG-3A-AG
				Contract cancelled.
42-92024/92091		Douglas C-47A-DK Skytrain
				MSNs beginning with 11779 ranging to 11853, with MSNs ending
					with 8 skipped.  Contract No. AC-29405
				92024 (MSN 11779) delivered Mar 29, 1943.  In USA.  W/o May 8, 1943 in ground accident at Tinker AB, Oklahoma.
				92025 (MSN 11780) delivered Apr 3, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 22, 1943.  Sold Mar 4, 1946.  To PI-C42 Commercial Airlines Inc,
					Philippine Airlines Sep 1948.  To Hong Kong registry with Air Carriers Ltd as VR-HES Aug 12, 1949.  To N1514V Mallard Air
					Services, Newark, NJ.  R. M. Hewitt, Newark, NJ.  To Canadian registry as CF-GHX Hollinger Ungava Tpt Ltd Dec 28, 1951 - 
					Gulinar Mines Ltd & Nesbitt Labine Uranium Mines Ltd, Toronto, Ont Jun 28, 1954 - Gunnar-Nesbitt Avn Ltd, Toronto, Ont 
					Apr 21, 1955 - Eastern Prov A/W (1963) Ltd Jul 8, 1965 - Gander Avn Ltd Oct 19, 1971 - Ground use only - canc.
				92026 (MSN 11781) to USAAF Apr43; Flight Test Branch, Materiel Command, Wright Field, OH; Used for performance 
					testing; Consolidated Aircraft, Fort Worth, TX; Accident landing with mechanical failure at Carswell AFB, 
					Fort Worth, TX 29Aug49; 81st Fighter-Bomber Wing, Bentwaters, England (1954); Spanish Air Force / 
					Ejército del Aire 21May56 as serial T3-4, code 461-1, later 461-04; WFU
				92027 (MSN 11782) delivered Apr 9, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 4, 1943.  Condemned Aug 29, 1946, salvage
				92028 (MSN 11783) delivered Apr 10, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 22, 1943.  FLC Aug 12, 1947.  Condemned Apr 29, 1948
				92029 (MSN 11784) delivered Apr 17, 1943. 5th AF Brisbane Jun 30, 1943.  Condemned 1945 accident
				92030 (MSN 11785) delivered Apr 28, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 1943.  Condemned Oct 22, 1945, accident.
				92031 (MSN 11786) delivered Ap4 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jun 30, 1943.  Condemned Nov 21, 1944, accident
				92032 (MSN 11787) delivered Apr 29, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 8, 1943.  Condemned Nov 21, 1944, accident
				92033 (MSN 11789) delivered Apr 1943.  No card.  Stored Davis Monthan Aug 1961.  On civil registry as HK-111G Ministerio
					de Obras Publicas Jan 1963, last owner ALVEA?
				92034 (MSN 11790) deliverd Apr 30,1943 - 5th AF Brisbane Jul 14, 1943 - USA Jun 18, 1944 - To RFC Jun 19, 1946 -
					To XB-FEP XB-FUA Aerovias Contreras - XA-GIZ.  Reregisteed NC67661 Wardell Hatch & Co - PP-CDO Servicos Aereos Cruzeiro 
					do Sol "Anhembi" E May 19, 1951 - B/u Mar75 (cancelled Mar 14, 1972, fuselage only Rio Apr 1974).
				92035 (MSN 11791) delivered May 1, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 1, 1943.  Condemned Oct 13, 1945, salvage.
				92036 (MSN 11792) delivered May 8, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 1, 1943.  Condemned Jan 8, 1946, salvage
				92037 (MSN 11793) delivered May 7, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jun 27, 1943.  With 4th TCG lost Aug 26, 1945, South Pacific.
				92038 (MSN 11794) delivered May 8, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 22, 1943.  Excl Dec 31, 1945
				92039 (MSN 11795) delivered May 11, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Jul 22, 1943.  Condemned Oct 25, 1945, salvage
				92040 (MSN 11796) delivered May 12, 1943.  Overseas.  USA Sep 5, 1944.  To RFC Nov 15, 1945
				92041 (MSN 11797) delivered May 20, 1943.  No card.  In USA.  Maryland ANG May 31,1947.  Maine NG.
					w/o Jan 20, 1950 in crash 3 mi NW of Limestone, Maine
				92042 (MSN 11799) delivered May 19, 1943.  W/o Jan 3, 1944 in crash 5 mi NE of Macon, Georgia.  5 killed.  Survey Jan 1944.
				92043 (MSN 11800) delivered May 22, 1943.  In USA.  W/o Nov 16, 1945 in midair collision with C-45F 44-47625 while landing 
					at Hamilton AB, California.  Must have been repaired since to RFC Jul 21, 1946.  To NC66637 R Desmarors, AK.  Rainer Air
					Freight Lines Inc, Seattle, WA.  Pacific Alaska Air Express.  Crashed Nov 4, 1948 Cape Spencer, Alaska
				92044 (MSN 11801) delivered May 22, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 27, 1943.  Condemned Dec 8, 1944, accident
				92045 (MSN 11802) delivered May 22, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 30, 1943.  Condemned Jan 31, 1945, salvage
				92046 (MSN 11803) delivered May 26, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 24, 1943.  Condemned Jan 2, 1944, accident
				92047 (MSN 11804) delivered May 26, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 30,1943.  To MLD (Marine Luchtvaard Dienst--Dutch Navy) Ap4 29, 1946
					as Q-14.  Transferred to AURI (Indonesian AF) as W-14
				92048 (MSN 11805) delivered May 29, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 26, 1943.  Condemned Jan 21, 1944, accident
				92049 (MSN 11806) delivered May 28, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 23, 1943.  With 433rd TCG lost Humboldt Bay, New Guinea 
					Jul 23, 1944.  MACR 12271
				92050 (MSN 11807) delivered May 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 26, 1943.  Condemned May 27, 1944, accident
				92051 (MSN 11809) delivered May 31, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Aug 23, 1943.  Condemned Feb 11, 1944, accident
				92052 (MSN 11810) delivered May 31, 1943.  8th AF Nov 15, 1943.  w/o Feb 8, 1944 Salisbury, UK due to structural failure.  
					Must have been repaired, since to VT-CHF Jupiter AfW Ltd Oct 29, 1946.  Deccan Airways Ltd "Sarasvathi" Jun 19, 1949.
					Indian Airlines Corp Aug 1, 1943.  Cerashed Dec 12, 1953, Nagpur   
				92053 (MSN 11811) delivered May 31,1 943.  In USA.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2050.  W/o Nov 13, 1974 Tome-Acu, Brazil
					when crashed at Tome-Acu, PA, Brazil.
				92054 (MSN 11812) delivered Jun 9, 1943.  Oran Aug 8, 1943.  USA.  To RFC Oct 11, 1945
				92055 (MSN 11813) deliveres Jun 9, 1943.  Oran Sep 3, 1943.  9th AF.   DIV May 25, 1946.  To Czech AF  
				92056 (MSN 11814) delivered Jun 9, 1943.  Oran Aug 12, 1943.  8th AF Feb 17, 1944.  Netherlands/Belgium.  w/o Apr 18, 1946, 
					Bovingdon, UK.  Broken up Jan 11, 1947
				92057 (MSN 11815) delivered Jun 1943 - In USA - To RFC Jun 4, 1946 - To NC65331 Tennessee Gas Transmission Co,
					Houston,TX (1951)- N502T reregistered (1953) - N502V Westernair - N125V reregistered - N502V j C Vaughan, Dallas, TX (1964) -
					Westemair of Albuquerque, Albuque que, NP - N766X - XC-DOS Sri2 de Recursos Hidr 1968 - (1971) - MT-202
					Mexican Navy b/u Jun 1981.
				92058 (MSN 11816) delivered Jun 22, 1943.  Oran Jul 31, 1943.  To RFC Jan 8, 1946.  To NC34099.  NLR
				92059 (MSN 11817) delivered Jun 13, 1943.  5th AF Sep 1, 1943.  Condemned Nov 2, 1944, salvage
				92060 (MSN 11819) to France as F-BFGB for Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient.  To Armee de l'Air 
					(France) in 1959 as #92060. Next F-SCOI, then F-RAJA. Scrapped, last with Armee de 
					l'Air (France). 
				92061 (MSN 11820) delivered Jun 18, 1943.  Oran Aug 18, 1943.  Lost Aug 11, 1943, Irish Sea.  MACR 228
				92062 (MSN 11821) delivered Jun 17, 1943.  5th AF Bri Aug 27, 1943.  With 433rd TCG lost Oct 1, 1944, Humboldt Bay, New Guinea.  
					MACR 9016
				92063 (MSN 11822) delivered Jun 17, 1943.  5th AF Bri Aug 27, 1943.  Condemned Oct 25, 1943, salvage
				92064 (MSN 11823) delivered Jun 23, 1943.  Oran Aug 13, 1943.  9th AF Dec 19, 1945.  Netherlands/Belgium Oct 16, 1946.
					But listed with 313th TCG lost Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 11024
				92065 (MSN 11824) delivered Jun 25, 1943.  Africa Middle East 28 J.  FLC Aug 22, 1946.  TWA Cairo Oct 1, 1946
				92066 (MSN 11825) delivered Jun 24, 1943.  Oran Aug 14, 1943.  USA Sep 1, 1945.  To Ecuadorian AF as FAE 90266, sold to 
					civil registry as HC-AVC (Ecuador civil), first HK-3349X, then HK-3349.  Now operated as
					DC-3C with Viarco (Air Villavo Colombia) at Villavicencio, Colombia.
				92067 (MSN 11826) delivered Jun 24, 1943.  Oran Aug 12, 1943.  With 61st TCG, 14th TCS, crashed into C-47A
					42-23642 and 42-24379 during takeoff at Sciaca, Italy Dec 19, 1943.
				92068 (MSN 11827) delivered Jun 28, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Sep 30, 1945.  To NC41748 General Air Cargo, Inc, Portland, OR.
					Crashed Jan 12, 1952, Crillon, AK
				92069 (MSN 11829) delivered Jun 25, 1943.  Africa Middle east Aug 3,1 943.  Excl Jul 1, 1945.  To Pan African Air Charter as 
					ZS-AVN registered Sep 23, 1946.  Broken up Jun 1947.
				92070 (MSN 11830) delivered Jun 28, 1943.  In USA.  Salvaged May 6, 1946 Kelly Field, Texas
				92071 (MSN 11831) delivered Jun 28, 1943.  8th AF Nov 15, 1943.  9th AF.  to civil registry as PJ-ALZ (reserved for KLM West Indisch
					Bedrijf - NTU), PH-TCM, PJ-ALP (registered May 12, 1952 to KLM West
					Indisch Bedrijf, named 'Philipsburgh' - 1954 this registration canceled), next
					as HK-337, as operated by ALIANSA Colombia.  Went missing on flight from 
					Cucuta to El Yopal, Colomba Mar 18, 1999.  Wreckage found 4 days later near
					Huirotico Hill, Colombia.  8 killed.
				92072 (MSN 11832) delivered Jun 28, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Jun 5, 1945.  To NC60995 Federal Telecommunications Lab Inc, Nutlev, NJ.
					Jack Adams Aircraft Sales Inc, 1963.
				92073 (MSN 11833) delivered Jun 1943.  No card.  To Davis Monthan.  Fuselage for sale Sep 12, 1967
				92074 (MSN 11834) delivered Jun 29, 1943.  5th AF Brisbane Sep 11, 1943.  Condemned Jul 25, 1944 Manila, salvage
				92075 (MSN 11835) delivered Jun 1943.  No card.  N87642 Aero American Corp, Tucson, AZ Aug 20, 1961.  Stored Ryan Field Aug 1972 to
					Jun 1977.
				92076 (MSN 11836) delivered Jun 30, 1943.  In USA.  Broken up Aug 26, 1949 Brookley Field, AL
				92077 (MSN 11837) Delivered Jun 29, 1943.  In USA.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2038 Dec 10, 1946.  To civil registry with
					Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KYZ.  Presently
					stored Miami-Opa Locka, FL by Rico Taxi Aereo.
				92078 (MSN 11839) delivered Jun 1943. No card.  To Pennsylvania ANG in 1960.
				92079 (MSN 11840) delivered Jun 1943.  No card.  W/o Sep 15, 1943, Marshall, Missouri.  Converted to GC-47D.  
					605th ACS Howard AFB, Canal Zone.  New York ANG 1960. 
				92080 (MSN 11841) delivered Jun 29, 1943.  *th AF Nov 15, 1943.  DBR Mar 15, 1945
				92081 (MSN 11842) delivered Jul 8, 1943.  Alaska Wg ATC Jul 13, 1943.  United Airlines Aug 30, 1943.  USA Oct 16, 1944.
					California ANG Mar 31, 1947.  To RFC Jun 2, 1948.
				92082 (MSN 11843) delivered Jul 8, 1943.  Alaska Wg ATC Jul 29, 1943.  United Airlines Aug 20, 1943.  USA Oct 17, 1944.
					To Brazilian AF as FAB 2028.  W/o Aug 7, 1951 at Jacarapagua, RJ, Brazil
				92083 (MSN 11844) delivered Jul 3, 1943 - Alaska Wg ATC Jul 13, 1943 - United Airlines 30Aug 30, 1943 - To RFC Jun 5, 1946
					NC68920 F E Walts - PP-AJA Tptes Aereos Ltda registered Nov 12, 1948 - Linhas Aereas Brasil leased Sep 1948 - Tptes Aereos
					Catarinense Aug 1950 - Crashed Mar 15, 1953 Santa Amaro do Ipitongo, near Salvador, Bahia
				92084 (MSN 11845) delivered Jul 26, 1943.  8th AF Nov 29, 1943.  9th AF 1945.  Condemned Jul 8, 1946, salvage
				92085 (MSN 11846) delivered Jul 12, 1943.  In USA.  Damaged in taxiing accident Mar 23, 1945 at Long Beach AAF, 
					California.  To RFC Mar 25, 1946.  To NC63164 with Flying Tiger Line Jun 1, 1946.  To VT-CXR Indamer Co Ltd t/a
					Kalinga Airwasy E May 28, 1948.  Registered Aug 3, 1948.  Stored Mar 1977 Calcutta with Jamair
				92086 (MSN 11847) delivered Jul 14, 1943.  8th AF Nov 15, 1943.  9th AF.  w/o in crash landing 6 mi NE of Welford, UK May 16, 1944.
					Condemned Nov 30, 1944, salvage.
				92087 (MSN 11849) delivered Jul 13, 1943.  8th AF.  With 438th TCG lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11024
				92088 (MSN 11850) delivered Jul 14, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC No 5, 1945.  To NC63255 Charles Babb Inc.  To CF-DIG Fraser
					Airborne Products Ltd May 10, 1946.  Aircraft Industries of Canada Ltd Nov 16, 1946.  Canadian Pacific Airlines Feb 14, 1947.
					Transair Ltd Mar 18, 196.  To CF-TAT reregistred Oct 31, 1961.  C-FTAT Lambair Ltd 1973.  Laurentian Air Service 1974.
					Crashed Aug 1974 near Mt Apica, Bagotville, Quebec.
				92089 (MSN 11851) delivered Jul 20, 1943 - In USA - Overseas Dec 9, 1945 - To RFC Sep 17, 1946 - NX60742 Air Tpt
					Assoc of America, Washington DC - NC60742 Sperry Gyroscope Co (1953) - N520 Ohio Oil Co, Marathon Oil
					Avn Div - Jack Adams Acft Sales Inc - Nat Harrison Assocs Inc, Miami, FL (1966) - Werco Assocs Inc, St Louis, MO -
					M Christier Mar 1973 - A Hulsey (Mar 1977) - Airgo Air Freight delivered Nov 19, 1977 - B R Meredith, Lavonia,
					GA registered Jun 5, 1979.
				92090 (MSN 11852) delivered Jul 1943.  Damaged in ground accident Jan 2, 1946 at Wright Patterson AB, Ohio.  
					To Venezuelan AF Dec 13, 1947
				92091 (MSN 11853) delivered Jul 22, 1943.  Alaska WG ATC Jul 27, 1943.  To Northwest Airlnes Aug 30, 1943.
					In Jul 1946 to Reeve Aleutian Airlines Inc as NC91016.  DBR in takeoff accident at Nikolski,
					Umnar Island, Alaska May 29, 1965.  A sudden crosswind gust caused a premature liftoff on takeoff.  The
					aircraft stalled and crashed.  In Feb 2008 damaged hulk of N91016 was still at Nikolski.
42-92092/92415		Douglas C-47A-1-DK Skytrain
				MSNs beginning with 11854 and ending with 12213, with MSNs ending with 8 skipped.  Contract No. AC-28405
				92092 (MSN 11854) delivered Jul 24, 1943.  8th AF Nov 15, 1943.  9th AF.  Div Jun 1946.  To OK-WDS. 
					Wo/o Jan 12, 1954 on takeoff at Prague.  13 lost.
				92093 (MSN 11855) delivered July 27, 1943 to USAAF 8th AF IS, Nov 1943 to 9th AF. Sold to KLM 03 Jan 3, 1946, registered as PH-TBI, 
					reregistered to PH-DAA May 24, 1955, to De Kroonduif Jan 19, 1956 registered as JZ-PDA, returned to KLM July 31, 1957 
					and registered as PH-DAA.  In 1964 leased to MartinsAir Charter. To KLM Aerocarto NV Nov 28, 1964.  W/o when it crashed 
					after an engine failure Oct 26, 1968 into Mt Tafelburg, Paramaribo, Surinam.
				92094 (MSN 11856) delivered Jul 24, 1943.  8th AF Nov 15, 1943 Oberpfaff.  
				92095 (MSN 11857) delivered Jul 1943
				92096 (MSN 11859) delivered Aug 2, 1943 - xx - NC9 with CAA, Memphis, TN bought Aug 16, 1946, registered Dec 29, 1946 - N18 reregistered
					Jun 1951 - FAA Dec 18, 1958 - N17 reregistered by 1973 - N17715 ntu - N221 GBUS Dept of Agriculture registered May 28, 1976 - 
					USDA Forest Svce registered Jul 1, 1980 - Sale reported Dec 1983.
				92097 (MSN 11860) delivered Aug 1943.  No card - xx -86th FIS, Bitburg Aug 1953
				92098 (MSN 11861) delivered Jul 29, 1943 - 8th AF Nov 15, 1943 - Netherlands/Belgium - EL-ACL Aer Lingus "St Decian"
					bought Feb 1, 1946, delivered Apr 9, 1946 - SAL, registered 13Aug 13, 1946 - M A Bakhashab Pasha delivered May 19, 1958 - 
					HZ-AAL Saudi Arabian A/L bought Jun 2, 1958 - 451 R Saudi AF (one
					report states 401) - HZ-AAL Saudi Arabian Airlines - Damaged Dec 4, 1972 Riyadh Apt - wfu Jeddah
				92099 (MSN 11862) delivered Aug 2, 1943.  8th AF Nov 29, 1943.  Condemned Dec 9, 1945, salvage
				92100 (MSN 11863) delivered Aug 2, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Feb 21, 1946 - NC53460 Quaker City AfW Inc, Philadelphia, PA -
					Southern Cross Equipment Co - PP-SQJ VASP bought Jul 20, 1951 - PP-FOP Projeto Rondon 1975 -
					PT-KTX "Beija Flor" reregistered 1976 - RICO Jan 3, 1980.
				92101 (MSN 11864) delivered Aug 1943.  No card.  XX --To Chilean AF as FAC 957.  WFU Sep 1965
				92102 (MSN 11865) delivered Aug 6, 1943.  In USA.  Damaged in ground accident Oct 12, 1945 at Long Beach AAF, California.  
					To RFC Jun 4, 1946.  NC79032.  C-408 Vias Aereas Colombianas.  Crashed Jul 14, 1947, Popayan.  Rebuilt as N3972C
					R W Duff - YV-C-ANG LAV
				92103 (MSN 11866) to USSR Apr 19, 1944
				92104 (MSN 11867) delivered Aug 1943.  No card.  To Massachusetts ANG in 1954.  To 605 ACS Howard AFB, Canal Zone
				92105 (MSN 11869) delivered Aug 6, 1943. In USA.  Panama Sep 30, 1947 (ARP)
				92106 (MSN 11870) delivered Jul 31, 1943.  In USA. Damaged in taxiing accident Mar 31, 1944 at Grand View Field, MO.
					To RFC Apr 10, 1946.  To NC57190.  NLR
				92107 (MSN 11871) delivered Aug 6, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC May 17, 1945
				92108 (MSN 11872) delivered Aug 6, 1943.  In USA.  Damaged in landing accident Nov 7, 1946 at Lowry Field, Colorado
					Broken up Jan 1, 1948
				92109 (MSN 11873) delivered Aug 9, 1943.  In USA.  Broken Up May 11, 1948
				92110 (MSN 11874) delivered Aug 9, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Nov 29, 1945.  To NC55330 C. N. Shelton, to Empesa Guatamelteca de Aviacion
					(Aviateca) as LG-AJA, later registered to Aviateca as TG-AJA.  Crashed into 3 houses during forced landing at Guatemala City, 
					Quatemala Oct 8, 1954. 
				92111 (MSN 11875) delivered Aug 19 1943.  No card.  Damaged in bird strike May 17, 1950 at Rapid City, South Dakota.  To SC-47
					Sep 1952.  1st Air Commando Wing Apr 1965.  Psych warfare in Vietnam in 1967
				92112 (MSN 11876) delivered Aug 11, 1943 - In USA - To RFC Aug 28, 1946 - NC41455 General A/W Inc (Feb 1953) - W
 					(World Assoc (1955) - CF-IQR Montreal Air Svces Dec 12, 1956- Wheeler A/LLtd Aug 18, 1958 - Canadian Acf Renters
					Ltd Jun 21, 1961 - MCA/Nordair L - Wheeley A/L Ltd, Montreal, PQ Jun 3, 1964 - MCAfNordair L Sudair Ltd
					leased Sep 1, 1964 - Nordair Ltd, Dorval, PQ Sep 8, 1967 - Nordair (Arctic) Ltd, Frobisher, NWI Jun 2, 1969 - Nordair Ltd, 
					Dorval, PQ Oct 26, 1970 Bradley Air Svces Feb 1976 - Kenting Avn Ltd, Resolut (1976) - Survair Ltd 1976 - Kenn Borek
					Air Lt (1976) - Crashed Feb 28, 1977 Saglone, N Quebec - Stored Calgan 1977 to 1980 - Parts to C-FBZI at St Albert, Alta,
					and remains there Sep 1983.
				92113 (MSN 11877) delivered Aug 9, 1943.  In USA.  To RFC Nov 4, 1945.  To N59748 with 
					Braniff Airways Nov 13, 1945.  Well Productions Mar 1959.  To CF-LJS Transair Ltd registered Apr 10, 1951.  
					To CF-TAU reredistered Dec 1, 1961.  C-FTAU Lambair Ltd 1973.  Nova Leasing Ltd 1975.  Lambair Ltd 1976.  
					Lapsed Jun 25, 1977.  WFU at Thompson Airport for spares, cancelled Jun 1981.
				92114 (MSN 11879) to USSR Aug 17, 1943
				92115 (MSN 11880) delivered Aug 11, 1943.  In USA.  Assigned to 313 TCS/349TCG at Pope Field, Ft Bragg, NC. 
					On 21 July 1944 was one of three aircraft that went missing 25 mi SE of Cape Fear, NC after encountering 
					bad weather while in a mass flight of 54 aircraft flying at 500 feet - 5 fatal.
				92116 (MSN 11881) to USSR Aug 17, 1943
				92117 (MSN 11882) delivered Aug 1943.  No card.  To Imperial Iranian AF Nov 29, 1962.  Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
				92118 (MSN 11883) delivered Aug 14, 1943.  In USA.  Michigan ANG Mar 31, 1947.  Salvage Nov 10, 1949. To N4868V Allied Acti Co,
					Hollywood, CA Apr 1953.  To CC-CLH 0184 LAN Chile "209" Nov 1953.  Probably CC-CLDO NTU.  Crashed May 29, 1954 El
					Porvenir, Chile
				92119 (MSN 11884) to USSR Aug 17, 1943
				92120 (MSN 11885) to USSR Aug 17, 1943
				92121 (MSN 11886) to USSR
				92122 (MSN 11887) to USSR
				92123 (MSN 11889) to USSR
				92124 (MSN 11890) to USSR
				92125 (MSN 11891) to USSR
				92126 (MSN 11892) to USSR
				92127 (MSN 11893) to USSR.  Also reporeted as being on display at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota
				92128 (MSN 11894) to USSR.  Also reported as having become
					F-OASR and then by 1956 was F-BHKX of Air France.
				92129 (MSN 11895) to USSR
				92130 (MSN 11896) to USSR
				92131 (MSN 11897) to USSR
				92132 (MSN 11899) to USSR
				92133 (MSN 11900) to USSR
				92134 (MSN 11901) to USSR
				92135 (MSN 11902) to USSR
				92136 (MSN 11903) to USAAF Sep 10, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FL544 Nov 11, 143.  512 Sqdn RAF.  
					Registered as G-AGIP with BOAC Dec 1943.  To BEA Aug 17, 1946, Pionair "Horatio Philipps"
					Cambrian Airways Jan 31, 1960.  Sold to Moroccan AF as 29136 Oct 1963.  Then became N54605.  N9845A allocated but NTU.
					Remained N54605.  Brennan/Hrgreaves.  Stored St Petersburg, FL May 1980.  Visionair International Inc, Miami, FL 
					registered sep 1980.  Reported 2005 at Florida Military Aviation Museum, FL.
				92137 (MSN 11904) to USAAF Sep 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL545 Nov 16, 1943.  Listed as crashed on takeoff 
					Dec 5, 1943 at Portreath, Cornwall, but also listed as being at 
					South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB.
				92138 (MSN 11905) to USAAF Sep 10, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FL546 Nov 16, 1942.  512 Sqdn RAF.
					511 Sqdn RAF.   Relegated to instructional airframe with serial 5749M Nov 23, 1945.  SOC Apr 17 1947.  
					Presumably subsequently scrapped. 
				92139 (MSN 11906) to USAAF Sep 10, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III in UK FL547 Jan 23, 1944.  511 Sqdn RAF.
					105 OTU Aug 20, 1945.  1381 TCU Nov 14, 1945.  22 MU Apr 30,1946.  
					Transferred to Canadair Jul 17, 1946  To CF-TES Trans Canada Airlines "91" Jan 17, 1947, later "391".  
					Transair Ltd Apr 13, 1963.  Lambair Ltd, the Pas (Jun 1967). WUF 1970.  To Western Canada Aviation 
					Museum, Winnipeg
				92140 (MSN 11907) to USAAF Sep 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III in UK FL548 Nov 15, 1943.  
					To BOAC as G-AGIO Dec 11, 1943.  Leased to BEA Jun 4, 1946.  
					Back to BOAC Jul 28, 1947.  Sold to owner in Hong Kong as VR-HDO Dec 10, 1947.  Northwest Airlines.  
					To Japan Jul 1950 for spares.
				92141 (MSN 11909) to USAAF Sep 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL549 for MAAF Dec 13, 1943.  
					216 Sqdn RAF Middle East Dec 15, 1943.  Crashed on takeoff at
					Aberdeen Airstrip, Indore, Burma May 1, 1944.
				92142 (MSN 11910) to USAAF Sep 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL550 for MAAF Middle East Dec 13, 1943.  
					To 28 Sq South African AF Dec 22, 1943.  India May 31, 1945.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				92143 (MSN 11911) to USAAF Sep 20, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FL551 for MAAF Dec 27, 1943.  
					Transfered to 28 Sq South African AF as 6869 Oct 4, 1945.  Sold to Orient Airways, Pakistan 
					as AP-ADH and cancelled in Dec 1950 as b/u.  Reported Jul 20, 2003 in Museum Swartkop, South Africa, 
					but is the plane there really this one?  The SAAF museum website lists no Dakotas.
				92144 (MSN 11912) to USAAF Sep 9, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FL552 for MAAF Dec 15, 1943. 
					216 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  436 Sqdn RAF.  216 Sqdn RAF.  To India Feb 22, 1945.  Sold to 
					Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  HJ908 Indian AF
				92145 (MSN 11913) to USAAF Sep 11, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL553 for MAAF Nov 26, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					To 28 Sq South African AF Jan 24, 1944.  SEAC Jun 21, 1945.  SOC Sep 13, 1945.
				92146 (MSN 11914) to USAAF Sep 10, 1943.  to RAF in India as Dakota III FL554 Dec 17, 1943.
					31 Sqdn RAF.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Missing from supply dropping mission Nov 11, 1944.
				92147 (MSN 11915) to USAAF Sep 11, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL555 Dec 4, 1943..  
					28 Sqdn SAAF.  42 Sqdn RAFRAF record card lists the
					last user as 3 Repair and Salvage Unit.  To Royal Indian Air Force.  W/o 
					Sep 27, 1945 at Patenga, India when the engine caught fire on
					takeoff.  After a bad landing it went into a ditch and caught fire.
				92148 (MSN 11916) to USAAF Sep 16, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL556 Jan 13, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.
					62 Sqdn RAF.  TSTU RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  48 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  
					To VT-DAZ Himalayan Aviation Ltd t/a Kalinga Airlines Mar 1949.  B. Patnaik.  Cancelled Jan 30, 1953, 
					spares
				92149 (MSN 11917) to USAAF Sep 24, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL557 Jan 29, 1944.  32 Sqdn RAF.
					TSTU RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Sold Apr 24, 1947 as VH-BFV Mandated Airlines.  New Guinea Co Mar 1948.
					Reregistered VH-MAE May 27, 1952.  Ansett-MAL Jan 20, 1961.  Ansett Airlines of Papua May 9, 1968.  DBR Jul 17, 1972
					Wapenamunda, New Guinea
				92150 (MSN 11919) to USAAF Sep 178, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL558 Dec 13, 1943.  
					31 Sqdn RAF.  62 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				92151 (MSN 11920) to USAAF Sep 17, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL559 Dec 16, 1943.  511 Sq Dec 31, 1943. 
					24 Sq Sep 13, 1944.  1381 TCU Dec 4, 1945.  22 MU Jul 18, 1946.  Transferred to Canadair Sep 19, 1946.  
					To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ACP.  To 
					Aerolineas Aeroposta.  To Aerolineas Argentinas "Yapenga" Jul 24, 1950.  Renamed "Iguazu".  
					To Lineas Aereas Del Estado (Argentine AF) as T-12.  WFU.
				92152 (MSN 11921) to USAAF Sep 16, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL560 Dec 16, 1943.  
					Transferred to BOAC Dec 30, 1943 as G-AGIT.  Leased to BEA Mar 38, 1946.  
					Back to BOAC Jun 30, 1947.  Sold to owner in Hong Kong as VR-HDP Dec 1947.  
					To Civil Air Transport, Taiwan Jan 1951
				92153 (MSN 11922) to USAAF Sep 15, 1943.  to RAF in UK as Dakota III FL561 Dec 31, 1943.  511 Sqdn RAF.
					WFU Jul 24, 1947.  Relegated to instructional airframe with serial 6253M Feb 1947.  
					Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				92154 (MSN 11923) to USAAF Sep 22, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL562 Dec 31, 1943.  511 Sqdn, 525 Sqdn
					RAF Aug 31, 1944.  1381 TCU Dec 1, 1945.  Sold Apr 14, 1947 to Conner Aircraft, delivered Dec 18, 1947, 
					then HB-ATO, then to Oceanic Trading as NC74136, then to J. Mathieu Mar 1948 as OO-APB.  
					Israel AF Oct 15, 1948, registered 4X-AES Arkia Ltd Apr 2, 1957.  Wfu Jun 26, 1966
				92155 (MSN 11924) to USAAF Sep 16, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL563 Dev 31, 1943.  511 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to BOAC Apr 30, 1946 as G-AHCZ.  Became YI-HCZ Iraqi Airways leased Dec 10, 1946, 
					then reverted to G-AHCZ  with BOAC again.  TO BEA Aug 22, 1947, Pionair "Charles Samson" Jul 17, 1951.  
					Cambrian Airways leased Mar 2, 1959, bought May 10, 1961.  Sold to Worldinter Supply Services, Ltd, 
					Nicosia, Cyprus as 5B-CBC May 1969. WFU Beirut (derelict)
				92156 (MSN 11925) to USAAF Sep 25, 1943.  To RAF Dec 24, 1943 as Dakota III FL564.  
					To SAAF Oct 4, 1945 as 6877.  28 Sqdn SAAF.  Current 2011.  
				92157 (MSN 11926) to USAAF Sep 24, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL565 Jan 20, 1944.  Transferred to 
					South African AF as 6873 Oct 4, 1945.  28 Sqdn SAAF.  Sold by SAAF in 1995.  To ZS-NTE May 11, 1995 
					and in 2009 with Springbok Classic Air, Rand
					Airport, Germiston, Johannesburg.  In June 2015 ferried to Zweibrucken, Germany to new ownership.
					Current 2010.
				92158 (MSN 11927) to USAAF Sep 22, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL566 Dec 27, 1943. 512 Sq.  575 Sq Feb 14, 1944. 
					52 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF India Apr 16, 1944.  52 Sqdn RAF.  Sold Nov 28, 1946.  
					To VP-CAT DCA/Air Ceylon "Sunetra Devi"  Nov 28, 1946.  Crashed Dec 21, 1949, Trichinopoli, India
				92159 (MSN 11929) to USSR Sep 27, 1943.
				92160 (MSN 11930) to USSR Sep 25, 1943
				92161 (MSN 11931) to USAAF Sep 25, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL567 Jan 9, 1944.  267 Sqdn RAF
					India 1382 TCU Feb 22, 1945.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				92162 (MSN 11932) to USAAF Sep 24, 1943.  to RAF in UK as Dakota III FL568 Nov 30, 1943.  512 Sqdn RAF.  
					To BOAC Dec 3, 1943 as G-AGIR.  W/o Aug 28, 1944, Telmest, Casablanca
				92163 (MSN 11933) to USAAF Sep 28, 1943.  To RAF in India as FL569 Dec 24, 1942.  512 Sqdn RAF.
					Crashed Mowdock, Burma Apr 15, 1944.
				92164 (MSN 11934) to USSR Sep 27, 1943
				92165 (MSN 11935) to USSR Sep 26, 1943
				92166 (MSN 11936) to USSR Sep 1943
				92167 (MSN 11937) to USSR Sep 27, 1943
				92168 (MSN 11939) to USSR Sep 27, 1943
				92169 (MSN 11940) to USSR Sep 25, 1943.
				92170 (MSN 11941) to USSR Sep 30, 1943
				92171 (MSN 11942) to USSR Oct 2, 1943
				92172 (MSN 11943) to USSR Nov 3, 1943
				92173 (MSN 11944) to USSR Nov 3, 1943.  Registered as HK-39 with ARCA-Aero Vias Columbianas and noted engineless
					at Bogota, Colombia Jan 1976.
				92174 (MSN 11945) to USSR Nov 9, 1943
				92175 (MSN 11946) to USSR Nov 8, 1943
				92176 (MSN 11947) to USSR
				92177 (MSN 11949) to USSR Nov 8, 1943
				92178 (MSN 11950) to USSR Nov 7, 1943
				92179 (MSN 11951) to USSR 
				92180 (MSN 11952) to USSR Nov 9, 1943
				92181 (MSN 11953) to USSR Nov 14, 1943
				92182 (MSN 11954) to USSR Nov 11, 1943
				92183 (MSN 11955) to USSR Oct 1943
				92184 (MSN 11956) to USSR Oct 7, 1943
				92185 (MSN 11957) to USSR Oct 7, 1943
				92186 (MSN 11959) to USSR Oct 7, 1943
				92187 (MSN 11960) to USSR Oct 9, 1943
				92188 (MSN 11961) to USSR Oct 9, 1943
				92189 (MSN 11962) to USSR Oct 11, 1943
				92190 (MSN 11963) to USSR Oct 9, 1943
				92191 (MSN 11964) to USSR Nov 12, 1943
				92192 (MSN 11965) to USSR Nov 3, 1943
				92193 (MSN 11966) to USSR Nov 11, 1943
				92194 (MSN 11967) according to USAAF records, went to USSR.  But RAAF records say went to them as A65-20 (VH-CTU).  To TAA 8/1946 as 
					VH-TAF "Warburton".  Bought Aug 34, 1946.  Reregistered VH-SBM "Ivan Campion" Apr 13, 1961.  Australian Aircraft Sales
					Mar 30, 1968.  To PK-RDE Sequawah Air Servive "Windu Kentiana" Apr 24, 1968.  Seulawah /Mandala 1971.
				92195 (MSN 11969) to USSR Oct 11, 1943
				92196 (MSN 11970) to USAAF Oct 13, 1943.  To RAAF as A65-21 (VH-CTC) Dec 17, 1943.  34 Sq.  36 Sq.  86 (T) Wg.  To EWA as VH-EWB East West Airlines
					"Naomi City"/"Warwick City" bought Oct 17, 1957, registered Aug 25, 1958.  EWA quotes 43-92105 in their records. 
					Queensland Pacific Trading Co leased.  VH-PWM Pacific and Western Nov 24, 1967 (still in EWA MSNs Mar 1972)
					Bush Pilots AfW bought Jun 17, 1973.  Connair Ltd delivered Oct 3, 1973.  Rebel-Air Pty Ltd, Sydney delivered Nov 27, 1979. 
					Became ZK-AMR in New Zealand in 1986.  Used for UN support weork in Cambodia, Somalia, and Kenya.
					Still extant 1988 with Fieldair Freight.  Derelict at Harare, Zimbabwe
				92197 (MSN 11971) to USAAF Oct 13, 1943.  To RAAF as A65-22 (VH-CTV).  35 Sq.  34 Sq.  38 Sq.  37 Sq.  36 Sq ARDU.  To Qantas Apr 6, 1948 as VH-EAQ .
					VH-SBC Trans Australian Airlines bought Sep 1, 1960.  X-18 Netherlands AF leased Sep 1962 to Dec 1962 (also quoted as
					MSN 25367).  XW-PFV Continental Air Servive Jul 4, 1968. N3702 continental Air Service, Los Angeles, CA Oct 9, 1968 
					(MSN 11870 is quoted in error).  Commercial Air Freight Inc Westminster, CA registered Apr 16 1979.  Cancelled Dec 11, 1979.
				92198 (MSN 11972) to NEIAF Nov 12, 1943 as DT-938, callsign VH-RDH.  To KLM in 1950 as PK-RDH.  T-438 Indonesian AF (also
					quoted as MSN 11871 in error)
				92199 (MSN 11973) to USAAF Oct 13, 1943.  To RAAF Dec 17, 1943 as A65-23 (VH-CTW).  36 Sq.  81 (T) Wg.  86(T) Wg 34 Sq.  To RAN 4/1950 as N2-23 "NW-901/
					NW-801").  Department of Administrative Services Sep 1975.  Navair Pty Ltd, Bankstown Mar 1977
					Withdrawn from use Jun 1977.  Now on static display at West Wyalong NSW as A65-23.
				92200 (MSN 11974) to USAAF Oct 13, 1943.  To RAAF as A65-24 (VH-CTW) Dec 13, 1943.  35 Sq.  34 Sq.  Withdrawn 2/1949 and fuselage used for training at
					School of Land/Air Warfare, Williamstown, NSW.  Cockpit section under restoration at CNAPG workshop at Wagga Wagga.
				92201 (MSN 11975) to USAAF Oct 14, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL569 Dec 28, 1943.  62 Sqdn RAF.
					Crashed into hill during supply dropping mission, Mowdock, Burma Apr 15, 1944
				92202 (MSN 11976) to USAAF Oct 14, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL570.  353 Sqdn RAF.
					SOC Nov 1, 1946.  To Indian Government Jan 30, 1947
				92203 (MSN 11977) to USAAF Oct 19, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL571.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To Pacific Overseas Airlines (Siam) in 1947 as 
					HS-PC101.  Reregistered HS-POB Jan 1951.  To Thai Airways Nov 1,
					1951.  Reregistered HS-TDD Sep 15, 1958.  To Sky of Siam in 1980.  
					Noted in fire training area at Don Muang Ap, Thailand Mar 1983 and
					presumably subsequently scrapped.
				92204 (MSN 11979) to USAAF Oct 14, 1943.  Was to have gone to RAF as Dakota III FL572.  No RAF
					service, directly to South African AF as 6818 Dec 16, 1943.   To Tropic Airways (Pty) Ltd.  ZS-DHO Africair Apr 28, 1953.
					To G-ANLF Field Aircraft Services Ltd registerd Jan 16 1954.  To F-OAOR Air Outremer, Saigon registered Feb 3, 1954. 
					To G-ANLF Air Kruise (Kent) Ltd registered Apr 20, 1955.  Silver City Airways "City of Cambridge" registered Oct 28, 1957.
					OO-SBH Sabena Sep 1, 1961.  Leasted to Linair 1962.  BNelgian International Air Servives Jul 1, 1965.
					Crashed Mar 28, 1969, Libya 
				92205 (MSN 11980) to USAAF Oct 16, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL573 Nov 16, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					353 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  33 Sqdn RAF.  31 Sqdn RAF.  W/o Dec 16, 1945 in
					Indonesia.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
				92206 (MSN 11981) to USAAF Oct 16, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL574 Nov 15, 1943.  31 Sqdn RAF.  
					Crashed 2.5 mi NW of Silchar, India May 26, 1944 after control lost in severe turbulence.
				92207 (MSN 11982) to USAAF Oct 21, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FL575 at SEAAC Jan 31, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					353 Sqdn RAF.   Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.
					To VT-CGE Orient AfW - VT-CPK reregistered ntu- AP-AAK reregistered Oct 1, 1947 -  00-CBY Sabena 
					Jun 9, 1953 - Libya 1959 - Linair L 1962 - Belgian Intl Air Svces bought Jul 1, 1965 - 
					Belgium Aug 10, 1972 - N6894 Transvaal Corp registered Jul 5, 1973 - C-GADY Easty Exec Import Ltd, 
					Dorval, PQ registered Mar 12, 1975 - Air Gava, Schefferville, PQ 1975 - 
					Les Services Aeriens Fortair Ltde - Cancelled Feb 1982 - N2668N Centurv A/L., Pontiac, MI, 
					registered May 1982 (Note: MSN usuallv given as 11881, which went to Russia).
				92208 (MSN 11983) to USAAF Oct 18, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL576 Nov 17, 1943.  
					India Jan 9, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  W/o May 23, 1944 when it went missing on a
					Chindits drop over the Irrawadi River in Burma.  RAF record card shows
					date of loss as May 24, 1944.
				92209 (MSN 11984) to USAAF Oct 19, 1943. To RAF in India as Dakota III FL577 Nov 17, 1943.  India 31 Sqdn
					RAF Dec 16, 1943.  353 Sqdn RAF.  W/o Oct 19, 1945 in Thailand.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				92210 (MSN 11985) to USAAF Oct 20, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL578 Jan 16, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF, 
					353 Sqdn RAF.  436 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed and SOC Mar 31, 1944.
				92211 (MSN 11986) to USAAF Oct 16, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FL579 Nov 26, 1943.  Transferred to 
					South African AF as 6811 Dec 16, 1943. 5 Wg 1945.  Multi Eng conv Unit Sep 1972.  
					Data plate quotes MSN 11885
				92212 (MSN 11987) to USAAF Oct 19, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL580 Dec 6, 1943.  Transferred to 
					South African AF Dec 16, 1943 as 6812.  Crashed Jul 11, 1945 into Lake Victoria, off Kisumu, 
					Keyna after takeoff from Kisumu (part of the British East Africa protectorate at that time).  28 killed.
				92213 (MSN 11989) to USAAF Oct 21, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL581 dec 3, 1943.  Transferred to 
					South African AF Dec 14, 1943 as 6813.  To ZS-DJK Aircraft Operating Ltd tla WENELA Apr 12, 1954.  
					To VP-YSY Aircraft Operating Ltd Nov 28, 1960.  ZS-DJK Aircraft Operating Ltd  (Aerial Survey Ltd, 1976).  
					A2-ADB ASB Aerial Surveys Botswana, Lanseria Nov 1989.   To ZZ-WRJ.  wo Sep 20, 1988 at 
					Harare, Zimbabwe.  
				92214 (MSN 11990) to USAAF Oct 20, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL582 Dec 5, 1943.  Transferred to 
					South African AF Dec 16, 1943 as 6814. (data plate gives MSN 11889).  Converted in 1993 
					to C-47TP turboprop configuration and still on active service in Sep 2012
				92215 (MSN 11991) to USAAF Oct 20, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL583 Dec 18, 1943.  Transferred to 
					South African AF Jan 19, 1944.  6871 SAAF Oct 3, 1945.  28 Sqdn SAAF.
					ZS-DIW Aircraft Operating co registered Nov 19, 1953 Suidwes Luddiens "Windhoek".  
					Aircraft Operating Ltd.  Anglo American Ltd.  Suidwes Luddiens 1976.  Namibair registered Dec 1978.
					as 6871.
				92216 (MSN 11992) to USAAF Oct 20, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL584 Jan 23, 1944. 512 Sqdn RAF Jan 23, 1944. 
					107 OTU RAF May 21, 1944.  24 Sqdn RZF May 1945.  1381 TCU Oct 31, 1946.
					Following damage, relegated to ground instructional airframe Aug 15, 1947 with serial 6410M.  
					Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				92217 (MSN 11993) to USAAF Oct 23, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL585 Dec 31, 1943.  
					512 Sqdn RAF.  511 Sqdn Dec 31, 1943. 108 OTU RAF.  1381 TCU.  Returned to USAAF Dec 4, 1946.
					Sold Dec 6, 1946
				92218 (MSN 11994) to USAAF Oct 23, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL586 Dec 1, 1943.  512 Sqdn RAF Dec 1, 1943.  
					511 Sqdn RAF Apr 1, 1944.  105 OTU Jul 6, 1944. 108 OTU Oct 27, 1944.  1382 TCU Nov 7, 1945.  2
					2 MU Oct 8, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Dec 4, 1946.
					In Nov 1946 to PJ-ALH of KLM (West Indies Division). To HK-522 SA Medellin Dec 1951, NTU, HK-339 
					Sanchez Dec 6, 1954.  WH Gutierrez.  Aerovias colombianas Ltda, gotoga.  FU Villavicenco. 
					Wfu Jul 1977, Probably broken up
				92219 (MSN 11995) to USAAF Oct 23, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL587 Dec 31, 1943.  RAF record card 
					says that it was transferred to BOAC Dec 31, 1943 as G-AGJR, but CAA card shows
					G-AGJR not registered until Feb 14, 1944 and gives previous identity
					as being PH-AZR.  Registration G-AGJR cancelled Feb 5, 1946 when sold
					to owner in Holland as PH-TAY with KLM registered Feb 9, 1946.  To F-VNAV Svce Imperial 
					des Liaisons Aeriennes via Airwork Dec 11, 1953.  F-OASR Soc. Commerciale d'Avn Nord African, 
					Rabat registered Jun 21, 1955.  F-BHKX Air France registered Apr 14, 1956.  Fretair Feb 1970.  
					Vargas Aviation Dec 1971.  WFU Nov 1969 to Sep 1976.  Stored Brieuc, registration cancelled.
				92220 (MSN 11996) to USAAF Oct 23, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL588 Dec 30, 1943.  511 Sqdn RAF Dec 30, 1943.  
					525 Sqdn RAF Aug 25, 1944.  24 Sqdn Nov 3, 1944.  
					Flew into mountain near Usson, France Dec 5, 1944.
				92221 (MSN 11997) to USAAF Oct 2, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL589 Dec 24, 1943.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					267 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				92222 (MSN 11999) to USAAF Oct 26, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL590 Jan 2, 1944.  28 Sqdn SAAF
					48 Sqdn RAF Jan 2, 1944.  To South African AF ACSEA Mar 31, 1945.
					Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				92223 (MSN 12000) to USAAF Oct 23, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL591 Dec 27, 1943.  
					Transferred to SAAF Oct 1, 1945 as 6860.  Sold to Act Operating
					Co in 1948.  Registered as ZS-BXJ (ntu), registered ZS-BDZ Nov 9, 1948.  To BEA Pionair as G-ALTT
					Jun 16, 1949 named "Harald Burchall", later "Charles Grey".  To Gibraltar Air Ways Jun 15, 1962,
					To Autair Ltd Nov 13, 1962.  Leased to Icelandair Jul 17, 1963.  Registered TF-FIS, returned
					Dec 18, 1963.  Sold to Ethiopian Air Lines Feb 11, 1964 registered as ET-ABI.  Crashed Gore, Ethiopia
					Sep 14, 1965.
				92224 (MSN 12001) to USAAF Oct 23, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL592 Jan 2, 1944. To South 
					African AF 28 Sq.  282 WG May 2, 1945.  Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946
				92225 (MSN 12002) to USAAF Oct 26, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL593 Jan 16, 1944.  267 Sqdn RAF.  
					ACSEA Feb 22, 1945.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92226 (MSN 12003) to USAAF Oct 29, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FL594 Jan 14, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  
					Missing from supply dropping mission near Pegu, Burma May 22, 1945.
				92227 (MSN 12004) to USAAF Oct 25, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL595 Dec 22, 1943.  32 OTU Patricia Bay 
					Dec 22, 1943 - To RCAF, SOC Dec 5, 1945 - War Assets Corp (Canada)
					Ltd May 1, 1946 - CF-TDM Trans Canada Airlines "60"/"260" Jan 26, 1946 - N9214R Remmert Werner 1962 - Delta Acft & Eng Co -
					0zark A/L Jul 5, 1962 - - Fairchild-Hiller Aug 4, 1966 - Anderson Avn Sales Co, Phoenix, AZ - B B Taylor -
					United Missionary Avn Inc, Garland, TX Nie Homes Inc (1968) - Jack Richards Acft Sales Nov 1968 -
					Kings Flying Svce Inc, Olathe, KS Jan 1970 - D J Enterprises Inc, Merrian, KS Jun 1972 - Way Mac Enterprises,
					Griffin, CA (Mar 1977) - W E Harrison Jr (Jun 1979) - D M Sherman, W Palm Beach, CA (Sep 1979) - Titusville
					Cocoa Flt Center Inc, Titusville, FL (Jan 1980) - Lucky Seven A/W, Chino delivered Aug 9, 1980. 
					N165J Rr May 15, 1985.  To N123 DC, to N337 AF, to N123 DC again.  Current 2011. 
				92228 (MSN 12005) to USAAF Oct 27, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL596 Dec 31, 1943.  UK 512 Sqdn Dec 31, 1943 - 
					511 Sqdn RAF Jan 24, 1944 - 108 OTU RAF Oct 28, 1944 - 1382 TCU Dec 4, 1945 - 22 MU Aug 13, 1946 - 
					To Canadair Ltd Sep 19, 1946 Returned to USAAF Dec 2, 1946.  - 
					CF-ETE The T Eaton Co Ltd registered Jul 21, 1947 - Hudson's Bay Co registered Oct 31, 1963 - 
					Ilford Riverton AAV (1975)- cancelled Aug 15, 1979 - MidwayAcftlnc registered Aug 24, 1979 - N62WS Wayne 
					Sturman Acft Sales Inc, Titusvil)e, FL registered Sep 6, 1979 - Impounded for drug smuggling 
					Mooresville, IN (Nov 1980).
				92229 (MSN 12006) to USAAF Oct 27, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL597 Dec 31, 1043.  512 Sqdn RAF Dec 31, 1943 - 
					511 Sqdn RAF Apr 1, 1944 - 1382 TCU RAF - 22 MU RAF Aug 29, 1946 -
  					Returned to USAAF May 9, 1947, which may have been just a paper transaction.  Scottish Avn Ltd May 10, 1947 
					To G-AKAY Sivewright AAV Ltd "Ecciesia"  registered Jul 11, 1947 (used on Berlin Airlift Oct 1948) - 
					VR-SCG Malavan A/W "Gull" bought Apr 10, 1951 - 9M-ANU Borneo AfW Feb 18, 1964 Malavsian A/\X7 Apr 1, 1965 - 
					Malavsia-Singapore Airlines 1966 -  W/o Jan 30, 1967 Lutong, Sarawak.
				92230 (MSN 12007) to USAAF Oct 26, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL598 Jan 5, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF 32 OTU Jan 5, 1944 - 
					SOC Feb 19, 1946 - War Assets Corp (Canada) Ltd - Trans Canada A/L May 1, 1946 - CFTDN "61"/"361" registered 
					Sep 13, 1946 - N4990E Frontier A/L "Sunliner S Dakota" Aug 14, 1958 - Colorado Natl Bank registered Aug 6, 1968 - 
					Miami Avn Aug 7, 1968 - Flying Sportsman Inc, Guthrie, OK Dec 1968 - Soo Lease Inc, Sargeant's Bluff, IA (1973) - 
					A Hulsey t/a Airgo, Dallas, TX (1977) - H Callins Jr, Ft Lauderdale, FL registered May 2, 1979. Current 2011.
				92231 (MSN 12009) to USAAF Oct 29, 1943.  To RAF with MAAF as Dakota III FL599 Jan 7, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.
					96 Sqdn RAF.  SEAAC Apr 30, 1944.  M East Jul 29, 1944.  SOC ACSEA Jun 28, 1945.
				92232 (MSN 12010) to USAAF Oct 29, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL600 Jan 14, 1944.  India.  353 Sqdn RAF.  
					62 Sqdn RAF.  DBR when crashed on landing, Agartala, Burma Dec 16, 1944.
				92233 (MSN 12011) to USAAF Oct 29, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III FL601 Jan 14, 1944.  India 117 Sqdn RAF.  
					Crashed on landing, Aberdeen Airstrip, Burma May 25, 1944.
				92234 (MSN 12012) to USAAF Oct 29, 1943.  To RAF for MAAFas Dakota III FL602. India 62 SQ Jan 14, 1944.   
					Missing (presumed shot down by enemy fighters) 60 mi SW of Imphal, India Apr 25, 1944.
				92235 (MSN 12013) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL603. 512 Sq Feb 9, 1944.  
					ACSEA 353 Sq Apr 7, 1944.   Broke up in cloud and crashed 25 mi N of Bombay, India Aug 17, 1945.
				92236 (MSN 12014) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  to RAF in UK as Dakota III FL604.  512 Sqdn RAF.  271 Sqdn RAF.
					107 OTU RAF.  Sold to BOAC as G-AGJX Jul 7, 1944.  W/o Jan 11, 1947 when crashed near Lympne, England 
					when it struck high ground in bad visibility after being unable to land at Bordeaux or 
					Paris Le Bourget on a flight from London.  4 of 5 crew killed, 4 of 11 
					passengers killed.
				92237 (MSN 12015) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL605.  512 SQ Jan 31, 1944.  575 Sq Feb 14, 1944.  
					ACSEA May 9, 1944.  M East Jun 29, 1944.  SOC Jul 31, 1944
				92238 (MSN 12016) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL606 Dec 22, 1943.  Transferred to South 
					African AF Jan 3, 1944 as 6815. 5 Wg 1945. ZS-AVJ South African AfW "Paardeberg" May 7, 1946.  
					Crashed Oct 15, 1951 Mt Ingeli, Kokstad, E Griqualand, South Africa
				92239 (MSN 12017) to USAAF Oct 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL607 Dec 20, 1943 - 271 Sq 14Dec44 - G-AGIS
					BOAC Dec 31, 1944 - BEA Aug 17, 1946 - Pionair "Sir Ross Smith" - Aero Svces (London) Ltd Sep 8, 1953 - 
					Transair Ltd Sep 18, 1953 - Airwork Ltd Nov 10, 1953 - F-OAOE Cie Autrex registered Dec 28, 1953 - 
					Aigle Azur Indochine L -  Damaged Mar 4, 1954 and repaired as PH-DAR (PJ-ALD ntu) - KLM Nov 23, 1955 - 
					HK-523 SA Medellin ntu - PH-DAR KLM - PK-RDD Mr Roestam, Indonesia Dec 30, 1964 HL-2001 Korean A/L Jan 1965 - 
					cancelled (possibly U-602 Indonesian Navy).
				92240 (MSN 12019) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL608.  512 Sqdn RAF Jan 13, 1944.  
					271 Sqdn RAF Jan 24, 1944.  107 OTU May 13, 1944.
					To BOAC as G-AGJY Jul 25, 1944.  Registration cancelled Oct 9, 1947 on sale to
					Hong Kong Airways as VR-HDN "Kwang Tung" Jul 22, 1947.  Sold Oct 1950 to Japan 
				92241 (MSN 12020) to USAAF Oct 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL609. 512 Sqdn RAF Jan 7, 1944.  
					107 OTU RAF May 18, 1944. 1333 TSCU RAF May 1945.  22 MU May 19, 1946.
					Canadair Ltd Jul 17, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Oct 5, 1946.  To Zonaas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineaqs 
					Argentinas (ZONDA), registered as LV-ACL, to  Aerolineas Argentinas.   Damaged at Buenos Aires/Ezeiza-Ministro
					Pistarini Airport Jun 12, 1950 when overturned on landing.  Register was cancelled and the aircraft was scrapped.
				92242 (MSN 12021) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL610.  512 Sqn RAF Jan 1, 1944.  575 Sqdn
					RAF Feb 14, 1944.  India Apr 16, 1944.  M East Jun 29, 1944.  ACSEA May 31, 1945.  96 Sqdn RAF  
					Ditched in Andaman Sea 60 mi SW of Ye, Burma Sep 16, 1945.
				92243 (MSN 12022) to USAAF Oct 31, 1943.   To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL611.  512 SQ Jan 26, 1944.  575 SQ Feb 14, 1944.  ACSEA 31 SQ Jun 9, 1944.
					31 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92244 (MSN 12023) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL612. 512 SQ Feb 1, 1944. 575 Sq Mar 12, 1944.  
					ACSEA Apr 19, 1944.  52 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92245 (MSN 12024) to USAAF Oct 31, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL613 Feb 11, 1944. 271 Sqdn RAF.  
					107 OTU RAF May 13, 1944.  24 Sqdn RAF Aug 17 1944. 
					107 OTU Jan 22, 1945.  1333 OTU RAF.  Damaged Oct 1, 1945.  Sold for spares use Dec 6, 1946
				92246 (MSN 12025) to USAAF Oct 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FL614 May 20, 1944 - 1382 TCU Dec 22, 1945 - 
					22 MU Jun 26, 1946.  TACA Jul 17, 1946 - Returned to USAAF Aug 3, 1946.
					NC34985 TWA bought Nov 6, 1946 - C E Mathews Nov 1947 - LV-AFS registered Feb 27, 1948 - 
					Aerolineas Argentinas May 3, 1949 - PP-XEP Cruzeiro Aug 1950 -  PP-YQB S. A. Transportes Aereos REAL 
					registered Nov 13, 1950 - Cancelled Nov 21, 1960 - T-36 Argentine AF - TC-36 reregistered - (May 1975).
				92247 (MSN 12026) to USAAF Oct 31, 1943.  to RAF as Dakota III FL615.  To RAF 32 OTU Jan 5, 1944, diverted
					to RCAF.  JK Feb 12, 1944.  To Trans Canada Airlines as 
					CF-TDO May 1, 1946.  Matane Air Services LTD May 11, 1959.  To ZS-DRJ Aug 21, 1963 with
					Commercial Air Services Lesotho AAV L.  Comair 1976.  Magnum Airlines 1979.  Stored at Rand in 1999.
				92248 (MSN 12027) to USAAF Oct 31, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL616 Jan 4, 1044.  32 OTU RAF
					To RCAF.  WFU Dec 5, 1945.  To Trans Canada Airlines as CF-TDP bought May 1, 1946.  To N9184R with 
					Delta Aircraft and Engineering Co Sep 5, 1966.  Ozark Airlines Inc Jul 5, 1962.
					then to N166J registered in 1977.  G. H. G Bailey Inc Aug 18, 1965.  All World Aviation of Rosslyn, Virginia.
					Leased to Air Libya Mar 1977
				92249 (MSN 12029) to USAAF Nov 2, 1943.  To RAF for MAAAF as FL617.  RAF M East Jan 28, 1944.  
					To 28 Sq South African AF Jan 28, 1944.  To ACSEA May 1945.  96 Sqdn RAF.
					To Indian Government Jan 30, 1947
				92250 (MSN 12030) to USSR Dec 19, 1943
				92251 (MSN 12031) to USSR Dec 19, 1943
				92252 (MSN 12032)
				92253 (MSN 12033) to USSR Dec 14, 1943
				92254 (MSN 12034) to USSR Dec 23, 1943
				92255 (MSN 12035) To USAAF Nov 4, 1943. departed US 31Dec43.  To RAAF as A65-25 09Jan44 .  3 AD VH-CTX 09Jan44 
					14 RSU 13Jan44.  35 Sqn RAAF 01Feb44.  34 Sqn RAAF 26Oct44.   3 AD 18Apr46.   DAP RAAF Parafield 09Sep46.  1 AD RAAF 23Apr47
					 1 CU RAAF 02May47.  DAT 01May47.  86 Wing RAAF 23May47.  2 CS RAAF 24Nov47.  1 AD RAAF 29Jan48
					To  QANTAS for £6250 as VH-EAR 20Apr48.  To Qantas Mandated Airlines VH-MAR 01Sep60.  To Ansett-MAL 12Jan61 
					To Ansett Airlines of Papua 19May68.  To Seulawah Air Services 'Dhasma Bakt' PK-RDF 16Jun69 .
				92256 (MSN 12036) to NEIAF Dec 22, 1943 as DT-937, callsign VH-RDG.  To KLM (KNILM) Apr 1, 1948 as PK-RDG.
					To Indonesian AF (AURI) as T-437
				92257 (MSN 12037) to USAAF Nov 9, 1943.  departed US 24Jan44 to RAAF as A65-26 24Jan44. 
					3 AD 04Feb44 35 Sqn RAAF coded FD- SVH-CTT 17Feb44.   34 Sqn RAAF18Apr45.   DAP RAAF Parafield 26Nov45.
					 3 AD 05Jun46.   Darwin SHQ Flight 20Sep46.   37 Sqn RAAF 17Oct46.   36 Sqn RAAF 30Jan47.   DAP RAAF Parafield 26Feb47.
					 86 Wing RAAF Parafield 02Jun47.   Starboard engine emited smoke 75 miles S of Darwin landed safely 12Aug47.
					 2 CS RAAF 27Jan48.   2 AD RAAF 01Mar48.   DAP RAAF Parafield 06Feb51.   TAA 02Oct51.   Australian Airlines VH-TAY 10Oct51
					 Back to RAAF 24Jan52 (due to non-compliance with DCA regs).  1 AD RAAF modified to navigational trainer.  
					DAP RAAF Parafield RAAF Base East Sale 07Aug52.
					 SoAN VM-JRB 29Jun55.  1 AD RAAF 20Dec55.   RAAF Base East Sale 01Feb56.  DAP RAAF Parafield instrumentation upgraded
					 RAAF Base East Sale Parafield 16Aug57.   1 AD RAAF Lavert 19Aug69.   Department of Foreign Affairs as Australian Aid VH-EYB 16Dec72 
					 To Philippine AF as 292257 26Feb73.    to Philippine civil registry as RP-C631Jul84  WFU  
				92258 (MSN 12039) to USAAF Nov 1, 1943.  To RAF as FL618 Jan 11, 1944.  OTU RAF.  Diverted to RCAF as Dakota III FL618.  
					To Trans Canada Airlines as CF-TDQ bought May 1, 1946.  Delivered Jul 2, 1946 to 
					Frontier Airlines as N4995E "Sunliner Lincoln".  To Miami Aviation Corp, Opa Locka, FL 1966.  
					Continental Air Services Inc, Los Angeles, CA 1967.  NLR.
				92259 (MSN 12040) to USAAF Nov 11, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as FL619 Jan 8, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Feb 12, 1944. 
					215 Sqdn RAF.  ACSEA Apr 7, 1944.  To Indian Government Jan 30, 1947
				92260 (MSN 12041) to USAAF Dec 30, 1943.  To RAF in India as FL620 Jan 8, 1944.  Nassau Jan 11, 1944.  
					India Feb 12, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF.  9 FU RAF.  To Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
					To VH-BDU Butler Air Tpt Ply "Warroo" Oct 7, 1947 - Airline of NSW 1959.  Ansett-MAL Apr 13, 1961.  
					B-253 Far Eastern Air Tpt Oct 20, 1967.  WFU 1979.
				92261 (MSN 12042) to USAAF Dec 1, 1943.  To RAF as FL621.  32 OTU RAF.  To RCAF as Dakota III FL621 
					Jan 8, 1944.  32 OTU Jan 11, 1944.  SOC Dec 5, 1945.  To Trans Canada Airlines 
					as CF-TDR Jun 5, 1946.  Matane Air Services Apr 5, 1961.  Homer O Rich, Miami, FL Apr 19, 1969.  To N3773 Universal
					Air Leasing Co Apr 9196.  World Aviation Services Inc, West Palm Beach, FL May 1970
				92262 (MSN 12043) to USAAF Dec 1, 1943.  To RAF as FL622 Jan 10, 1944.  RAF Nassau Jan 17, 1944.  
					M East Feb 12,1944.  India Sep 13, 1944.  To Indian Government Jan 30, 1947
				92263 (MSN 12044) to USAAF Dec 1, 1943.  To RAF as FL623.  RAF Montreal Jan 10, 1944.  UK 512 Sq Feb 9, 1944.  
					575 Sq Feb 14, 1944.  ACSEA May 10, 1944.  PTSI RAF Chaklala.  353 Sqdn RAF. 52 Sqdn RAF.
					To Indian Government Jan 30, 1947
				92264 (MSN 12045) to RAAF as A65-28 18Jan44,  3 AD 30Jan44 14 RSU 07Feb44.  35 Sqn RAAF VH-CUP 19Feb44.
					4 AD 24Jun44.  35 Sqn RAAF 17Jul44.   33 Sqn RAAF 27Apr45.  DAP RAAF Parafield 29Mar46. 1 AD RAAF 03Oct46.
					 CFS RAAF 14Oct46.   Australian National Airlines as  "Pathana" VH-IBC 11Aug47. 
					 To Ansett ANA 04Jan57.   Airlines of NSW Australia '62.   Scrapped 06Nov69 Essendon, Victoria 
				92265 (MSN 12046) to USSR Dec 17, 1943
				92266 (MSN 12047) to USAAF Dec 9, 1943.  to RAF for MAAF as FL624 RAF Forval Jan 8, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF
					M East May 22,1944.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				92267 (MSN 12049) to USAAF Nov 11, 1943.  To RAF as FL625 Jan 5, 1944.  RAF Nassau Jan 5, 1944. West Africa Jan 26, 1944.
					To 28 Sqdn SAAF as 6822 Feb 7, 1944. To ZS-BXG "Piketburg" of South African Airways registered Nov 10, 1948.  
					To 6887 SAAF Feb 8, 1971.  44 Sq SAAF Oct 1972.  To 3711 with Rhodesian/Zimbabwe AF
				92268 (MSN 12050) to USAAF Nov 13, 1943. To RAF  as FL626.  RAF Montreal Jan 9, 1944.  UF 271 Sq Feb 14, 1944.  
					107 OTU May May 15, 1944.  24 Sq Aug 17, 1944.  271 Sq Dec 12, 1944.  109 OTU Dec 22, 1944. 1383 TCU 1946.  
					1333 TSCU Jul 23, 1946.  22 MU Oct 25, 1946. WFU Apr 23, 1947.  Scottish Aviation Ltd Apr 23, 1947.  
					20 FEB 1948 : Became OO-SBF 'Kisangani', not for SABENA but for its daughter (charters) SOBELAIR until Oct 27, 1955.  
					1956 : Sold to Finnair Sep 21, 1955, registered OH-LCJ Apr 21, 1956,
					OC-LCK registered Apr 21, 1956.  Sold by Finnair to the Finnish Air Force (DO-10) May 6, 1970
       				Used in the movie 'A Bridge Too Far'. Crashed near Kuopio, Finland Oct 3, 1978 . 15 people (3 crew and 12 Finnish
					politicians) killed.  This prompted the replacement of the C-47 in the Finnish Air Force.
				92269 (MSN 12051) to USAAF 06Nov43.  Departed US 31Dec43.  to RAAF as A65-27 (VH-CTY) 01Jan44.   3 AD 09Jan44.  
					14 RSU 13Jan44.  35 Sqn RAAF VH-CTY 21Jan44.  4 AD 20Feb44.  35 Sqn RAAF 24Feb44.  4 AD 26May44.  
					35 Sqn RAAF 07Jun44.  13 ARD RAAF 09Feb45. 35 Sqn RAAF 28Mar45.  13 ARD RAAF 01May45.  ground accident 05Apr45 
					Pearce WA Australia.  Crashed Jul 20, 1945 at Port Moresby PNG.  Scrapped on site.
				92270 (MSN 12052) to USAAF Nov 6, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL627.  RAF Montreal Jan 8, 1944.   
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 9, 1944. ACSEA Apr 7, 1944.  SOC Dec 11, 1944.
				92271 (MSN 12053) to USAAF Nov 11, 1943.  To RAF as FL628.  RAF Montreal Jan 12, 1944.  UK Jan 19, 1944.  
					To BOAC Jan 31, 1944 as G-AGIX.  To BEA Sep 3, 1946.  Crashed near Sywell, Northants Jul 31, 1948.
				92272 (MSN 12054) to USAAF Dec 8, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL629.  RAF Montreal Jan 10, 1944.  
					271 Sqdn RAF Feb 14, 1944.  107 OTU May 13, 1944.  To BOAC as G-AGJZ Jul 25, 1944.  
					Transferred to BEA and named "John Stringfellow".  Registration cancelled Apr 5, 1960 on sale to owner in Ghana
					as 9G-AAE with Ghana Airways.  To Air Liberia as EL-AAB and w/o on takeoff at Monrovia, Liberia Apr 19, 1975.
				92273 (MSN 12055) to USAAF Nov 26, 1943.  To RAF as FL630 Jan 14, 1944.  Diverted to South African AF Jan 21, 1944 
					with serial 6824.  No RAF service.  SAAF 5Wg 1945 - ZS-DES Kiersiev A/VI registered Nov 8, 1950 - 
					Canadair Ltd via Croydon Mar 22, 1951 - CF-GOR Spruce Falls Tpt Co, Toronto, Ont Jan 8, 1953 - 
					N800KC Kimberiev-Clark Corp Jul 10, 1956 - CF-KZO C W Millard, Toronto, Ont registered Aug 12, 1958 - 
					Hard Metals (Canada) Ltd, Noranda, PQ Sep 29, 1958 - J M Gardner (1958) Ltd, 
					Noranda, PQ May 27, 1959 - CF-PQG Dept of Transportation & Commerce, Quebec, PQ May 6, 1960 - Crashed Mar 16, 1965 
					Blanc Sablon Apt, PQ - Salvage to Northern Wings Ltd.
				92274 (MSN 12056) to USAAF  06Nov43.   departed US 06Jan44.   to RAAF as A65-29 07Jan44.   3 AD 14Jan44.  14 RSU 18Jan44 
					35 Sqn RAAF VH-CTZ 27Jan44.   13 ARD RAAF 07Apr45.   35 Sqn RAAF 16Apr45.  34 Sqn RAAF 20Apr45.
					 5 RSU 20Sep45.   34 Sqn RAAF 15Oct45.  1 AD RAAF 04Feb46.  DAP RAAF Parafield 08Mar46.
					 1 AD RAAF 09Aug46.  Trans Australian Airlines "Augustus/Gregory" VH-TAE 23Aug46.   New Zealand National Airlines leased 03Mar60 to Dec 22, 1960.
					 Trans Australian Airlines 'Gregory/Mt Hagan" VH-SBL 08Dec60.   Air Niugini 01Nov73.   P2-SBL registered 01Jun74.   reregistered P2-ANR 18Nov75.
					 Forrestair VH-SBL 28Oct76.  To storage Essendon Airport VIC Australia 14Nov78.  General Cargo Australia VH-SBL 24Feb81
					 Setair 18Feb84.   Gold Wing Air Cargo VH-SBL 28Jul83. Travair DC 3 Queensland 09Oct86 09Mar88 
					Dakota National 30Jul92.  Dakota National Air 06Apr94.  in service Essendon Airport sep11 flew from Essendon to Larras Lee airfield 11jan13  
				92275 (MSN 12057) to USAAF Nov 12, 1943.  to RAF as FL631 at RAF Dorval Jan 8 1944.  UK Apr 14, 1944.  107 OTU RAF
					May 16, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF -  !380 TACU RAF Apr 11, 1946.  22 MU Jul 3, 1946.  Canadair Ltd Jul 17 1946.  
					Returned to USAAF Oct 26, 1946.  LV-ACW Aeroposta Argentina Apr 16, 1947 - Aerolineas Argentinas "Tchuelche" 
					Nov 22, 1950 - LQ-ACW Prefectura Nacional Maritima Dec 26, 1962 - PM-15 (or -16?) reregistered May 23, 1963 - 
					LQ-ACW Dir Prov de Aeron Formosa "Ciudad Florinda" - LV-ACW reregistered (Feb 1979).
				92276 (MSN 12059) to USAAF Nov 15, 1943.  To RAF as FL632. RAF Montreal Jan 5, 1944.  Damaged Jan 21, 1944.  
					Repaired.  UK 512 Sq Feb 23, 1944.  ACSEA Apr 11, 1944. SOC Mar 28, 1946
				92277 (MSN 12060) to usAAF Nov 11, 1943.  To RAF as FL633.  RAF Montreal Jan 11, 1944.  UK 512 SQ Jan 31, 1944.  
					575 Sq Feb 14 1944.  ACSEA Apr 10, 1944.  M East Jun 29, 1944.  216 Sq May 1945.  1382 TWSCU 1945.  WFU Jul 25, 1946,.
					To Turkish Air Lines (Devlet Hava Yollari) Jul 25, 1946 as TC-YOL.  Aug 1969 to Portugal Soc. Acoriana 
					Transportes Aereos (SATA or Air Acores) as CS-TAI, leased and returned; Atlantico Interplano.  
					In 1975 to Israel AF as 4X-FNT/Serial #029.  To Global Aircraft Industries as N751A.  Now on civil registry 
					as N751A with Oklahoma Airborne Museum, OK.  Has been bought by the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team and 
					operated out of Frederick Army Airfield, OK.
				92278 (MSN 12061) to USAAF Nov 16, 1943.  To RAF as FL634. RAF Forval Jan 8, 1944.  UK 271 Sqdn RAF Feb 1944.  
					107 OTU RAF May 13, 1944.  24 Sqdn RAF Aug 17, 1944.
					1381 TSCU RAF.  22 MU Jul 2, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Sep 23, 1946 (must have been a paper transaction).  
					To YS-39 TACA de Salvator bought Jul 17, 1946
				92279 (MSN 12062) to USAAF Nov 15, 1943 to RAF as FL635 at RAF Dorval Jan 8, 1944.  To 271 Sqdn RAF Feb 1, 1944.  
					107 OTU RAF Jun 16, 1944.  RAF Ossington Feb 1, 1945.  1382 TSCU RAF 1946.  Returned to USAAF Sep 11, 1946 
					(must have been a paper transaction).  To YS-34 Taca De Hondura Jul 17, 1946, to C-209.  To YS-34 again May 1947.  
					To TI-160 Taca De Costa Rico
				92280 (MSN 12063) to USAAF Nov 17, 1943.  To RAF as FL636.  Diverted to RCAF Jan 7, 1944, no RAF service.  
					SOC Jun 19, 1946.
				92281 (MSN 12064) to USAAF Nov 25, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as FL637 Jan 9, 1944.  Transferred to 28 Sq South 
					African AF in M East Feb 12, 1944.  To 6884 SAAF Sep 1945.
					44 Sq Aug 5, 1967.  Converted to turbo DC-3 No. 6884.  86 AFS Sep 1975
				92282 (MSN 12065) to USAAF Nov 18, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as FL638 at RAM Nassau Dec 15, 1943.  
					Middle East Jan 3, 1944.  1 PTS 1944.  Transferred to SAAF Aug 1945,  as
					6875 Sep 28, 1945.  DBR Jul 3, 1964.  W/o.  The SAAF number 6875 was again used 
					on another turbo conversion, 42-68819
				92283 (MSN 12066) to USAAF Dec 27, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FL639 Jan 8, 1944- UK ATTDU RAFJan 31, 1944 - 
					1PTS RAF Mar 28, 1944 - Dec 12, 1946 to Anglo Vaal Air Transport of South
					Africa as ZS-BVF, to G-ALEZ (Hunting Aviation but NTU), to Wenela Air
					Services as 'Marine Diamond" registered as ZS-DPB but unused, to
					VP-YSJ (a temporary registration) for Suidwes Lugdiens (Air Nambia) then
					back to Wenela Air Services registered as ZS-DBP operated by Air Nambia, 1972 to Forca
					Aerea Portugesa as FAP 1678. In 1975 donated by Southern Cross Fund 
					(South Africa) as 'Pretoria Cruz do Sul'.  Wfu/derelict Luanda Aeroporto, Angola 1975.
				92284 (MSN 12067) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  to RAF as FL640 at RAF Montreal Jan 27, 1944.  352 Sqdn RAF.
					52 Sqdn RAF.  UK Feb 7, 1944. ACSEA 52 SQ Apr 16, 1944.   Missing between 
					Dinjan, China and Kunming, China Sep 18, 1944.
				92285 (MSN 12069) to USAAF Dec 27, 1943.  To RAF as FL641 at RAF Montreal Jan 27, 1944.  UK 271 Sqdn RAF 
					Feb 14, 1944.  Crashed at Blunsdon, UK after losing tail in collision with Dakota FZ592 (42-92356) Mar 25, 1944.
				92286 (MSN 12070) to USAAF Nov 15, 1943.  to RAF for MAAF as FL642 at RAF Nassau Dec 16, 1943. 31 Sqdn RAF 
					India Jan 16, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To Indian Airlines as VT-DDR B. Putnaik registered May 1950.  
					Hilalayain Aviation Ltd.  Kaling Airlines. Ltd.  To Indian Airlines 
					as VT-DDR.  W/o Apr 25, 1966 at Nagpur, India
				92287 (MSN 12071) to USAAF Dec 18, 1943.  To RAF as FL643 at RAF Nassau Jan 26, 1944.  SEAAC RAF Apr 1944.  
					353 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF. 194 Sqdn RAF.  W/o Jul 26, 1945 in landing accident 
					at Mingaladon, Burma.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
				92288 (MSN 12072) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF as FL644 at RAF Nassau Jan 20, 1944.  ACSEA Apr 27, 1944.  
					62 Sqdn RAF. 194 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed on takeoff, Imphal, India Feb 12, 1945.
				92289 (MSN 12073) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  To RAF as FL645 Jan 5, 1944 at RAF Nassau.  Diverted to
					South African AF as 6823 Jan 31, 1944, no RAF service.
					To ZS-DEO for Kiersley Airways Nov 8, 1950.  To XY-ACN converted
					to turbo DC-3 with parts from SAAF 6803.  To ET-AGV for RRC Air
					services.  To Clareville AG Geneva Oct 21, 1985 and leased to Uganda
					AF as 501 (Oct 25, 1985 to Jan 22, 1986).  Stored at Addis Ababa Jan 25, 1986.
					To US civil registry Aug 29, 1986 as N9700N.  To Clareville AG and
					transferred to Kenya as 5Y-BFO.  In 1989 to ZS-MFY for Wonder Air.
					In 1992 to Avia Air Charters, in 1998 to Speed Air Services.  In 2001
					operated by United Nations Humanitarian Air Services.  Damaged in Sudan
					but repaired and now (2004) registred to Turbine DC-3 Partnerships
					(Rossair Holdings).  Registration 5Y-DAK reserved 2004.  Also listed as crashing Aug 16, 1972
					into Bay of Bengal, Sandoway, Burma
				92290 (MSN 12074) to USAAF Dec 14, 1943.  To RAF as FL646 at RAF Nassau Jan 29, 1944.  India Mar 4, 1944.  
					62 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Jun 27, 1946, scrap
				92291 (MSN 12075) to USAAF Dec 41, 1943.  To RAF as FL647 at RAF Montreal Jan 28, 1944.   
					To G-AGIZ for BOAC Feb 12, 1944 and then leased to BEA Jun 22, 1949.
					Pionair-Leopard "Sir Oliver Swann" . Damaged Nov 10, 1953.  Sold to Field Aircraft services Ltd Feb 1, 1954
					Rebuilt and to F-OAQJ Cie Cherifienne duj Pont Aerien bought May 11, 1954.  Air Outre Mer.  
					To KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Jun 16, 1955 as PH-DAX.   To civil registry as HK-524 Jun 17, 1955 
					(3 operators: Rutas Acreas SAM, Rutas Aeeas de Colombia (AVISPA), Asrovias Pilotos Asociados Medellin SA).  
					Went missing near Servania del Baudo, Colombia on flight from Bahia Solano Airport 
					to Quibdbo Airport Apr 22, 1962.  4 crew and 36 passengers killed.
				92292 (MSN 12076) to USAAF 10Dec43.  Was to have gone to RAF as FL648 but NTU.   Departed US 18Jan44.  To RAAF as A65-30 18Jan44 
					 3 AD 30Jan44.  14 RSU 10Feb44.   35 Sqn RAAF VH-CUB 20Feb44.  To ANA for autopilot and hydraulic repairs 26Feb44 
					35 Sqn RAAF FD-U U on cockpit glazing 04Mar44.  4 AD 22Jul44.  35 Sqn RAAF 13Aug44.  34 Sqn RAAF 17Apr45 
					DAP RAAF 05Mar46.  1 AD RAAF 12Apr46.   DAP RAAF 30May46.   1 AD RAAF 31Oct46.   36 Sqn RAAF 08Nov46.
					2 CS RAAF 24Nov46.   Toc 12Jul48.  1 AD RAAF Toc 06Oct50.  ARDU RAAF 02Aug51 
					converted to navigational trainer 24Nov51.  ARDU RAAF 07Mar52.   DAP RAAF 07Mar52 . SoAN RAAF 25Sep52 
					DAP RAAF 14Sep55.   1 AD RAAF 08Mar56.  SoN RAAF 09Apr56.  RAAF Base East Sale 25Feb58. 1 AD RAAF 17Jun64 
					Department of Foreign Affairs Australian Aid as VH-AIC 11Jan71.  KAKP 16Nov71 Air America Phnom Penh Station Sep73. 
					Did not escape to Thailand when Cambodia fell to the Khmer Rouge forces of Pol Pot 1975
				92293 (MSN 12077) to USAAF Nov 10, 1943.  To RAF as FL649 at RAF Dorval Dec, 5, 1943.  511 Sqdn RAF Dec, 1943.  
					525 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to BOAC May 15, 1946 as G-AHDB.  To BEA Sep 3, 1946.   Broken up for spares 
					at Speke in 1946.
				92294 (MSN 12079) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FL650.  Diverted to RCAF Jan 31, 1944, no RAF service.  
					Crashed Nov 6, 1944.
				92295 (MSN 12080) to USAAF Nov 1943.  To RAF as FL651 in UK Jan 17, 1944.  Returned to USAAF Jun 14, 1944.  
					To 7500 Air Base Group 1955 to May 1956.  To Vietnam AF, to Cambodia AF Sep 21, 1971.
				92296 (MSN 12081) to uSAAF Nov 17, 19043.  To RAF as Dakota III FL652 at RAF Montreal Dec 4, 1943.  
					To UK Dec 16, 1943.  109 OTU RAF Aug 29, 1944.  138 CU RAF.  DBR when the aircraft stalled and crash 
					landed shortly after takeoff at Cosby-On-Eden, Cumberland, UK at RAF training base on Dec 31, 1945 
				92297 (MSN 12082) to USAAF Nov 17, 1943.  To RAF as FZ548 at RAF Montreal Dec 15, 1943.  512 Sqdn RAF UK Jan 25, 1944.  
					Air Command, South East Asia 15Apr44; No.62 Squadron, Agartala, India.
					Detailed on 11th June 1944 to carry Army reinforcements to Imphal, India, the aircraft failed to 
					arrive at its destination.  The crashed aircraft was located in the Karimganj (Silchar) area in the 
					province of Assam. It was in a ploughed paddy field and was fully immersed in water at a depth of 10 feet. 
					All the crew were killed together with the 23 Army personnel on board.
				92298 (MSN 12083) to USAAF Nov 17, 1943.  To RAF as FZ549 at RAF Montreal Dec 24, 1943.  271 Sqdn RAF UK Jan 25, 1944.  
					24 Sqdn RAF Aug 14 1944.  1336 TCU RAF Aug 22, 1945.  1381 TCU RAF Mar 11, 1946.  22 MI Oct 24 1946.  
					Returned to USAAF Jan 10, 1947 (must have been a paper transaction).
					To KLM Nov 20, 1946.  To PH-TDV Jun 13, 1947, To PH-UEV Rijksluchtvaartdienst Sep 27, 1950, To PH-TDV
					again Jun 30, 1950.  To PH-TDN KLM Jun 30, 1953, PH-DAV reregistered
					May 5, 1954.  Sold via Flvrederi, Norway as I-TAVE Itavia Jun 13, 1962 Handley Page Ltd (trade-in on Herald).  
					Keegan Avi delivered Feb 28 1964.  CX-BDA PLUNA delivered Jul 18, 1964 as I-TAVE.  Used for spares only.
				92299 (MSN 12084) to USAAF Nov 22, 1943.  To RAF as FZ550 at RAF Montreal Dec 19, 1943.  UK 512 Sqdn RAF Jan 31, 1944.  
					ACSEA Apr 11, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.  Crashed on takeoff, Agartala, Burma Aug 24, 1944.
				92300 (MSN 12085) to USAAAF Nov 22, 1943.  To RAF as FZ551 at RAF Montreal Dec 19, 1943.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					Middle East Jan 16, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF.  India Feb 22, 1945.  352 MU RAF.
					Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947, to VT-DAY of Anand Kumar and Co registered Jan 30, 1949, to
					Kalinga Airlines registered Mar 1949.  Sold in 1950 to owner in Burma as XY-ACG. To Burmese AF as UBT-707,
					later 5707.  W/o May 8, 1962 at Mong PA US Liao, Burma.
				92301 (MSN 12086) to USAAF Nov 22, 1943.  To RAF as FZ552 at RAF Montreal Dec 17 1943.  271 Sqdn RAF Feb 14, 1944.  
					Crashed at Collingbourne, Wiltshire, UK during glider-towing exercise Apr 17, 1944.
				92302 (MSN 12087) to USAAF Nov 22, 1943.  to RAF for MAAF as FZ553 at RAF Montreal Dec 15, 1943.  
					Middle East Jan 8 1944. 28 Sqdn SAAF.  96 Sqdn RAF.  ACSEA 1945.  SOC Oct 4, 1945.
				92303 (MSN 12089) to USAAF Nov 24, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as FZ554 at RAF Montreal Dec 19, 1943.  
					353 Sqdn RAF Dec 19, 1943.  Middle East Jan 18, 1944. ACSEA 1945.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CIJ Orient AAV Feb 13, 1947, reregisted VT-CPH 1947 but NTU.  To AP-AAH Pakistani 
					International Airlnes "City of Jessore" Apr 1, 1955.  Crashed Mar 26 1965, Lowery Pass, NW Pakistan.
				92304 (MSN 12090) to USAAF Nov 18, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as FZ555 at RAF Montreal Dec 15, 1943.  
					Middle East Dec 31, 1943.  Transferred to South African AF Oct 4, 1945
					with serial 6866.  ZS-DBL NTU.  ZS-DCA Acf Operating Co of Africa registered Dec 7, 1948.  To G-AANT Field
					Aircraft Services Ltd, NTU but used for one flight.  To F-OAPI Air Outre Mer registered Mar 25, 1954.  
					To ZS-DCA again with Alricair
					Pty Lt Mar 15, 1945.  VP-YSK WENELA registered Oct 28, 1960.  Rhodesian Air Services (Pvt) LTtd.
				92305 (MSN 12091) to RAF as FZ556.  RAF Montreal Dec 19, 1943.  UK Jan 31, 1944.  ACSEA Apr 15, 1944.   SOC Jul 5, 1945.  
				92306 (MSN 12092) to RCAF as FZ557. To RCAF Monteal Dec 27, 1943.  32 OTU Jan 5, 1944.  India Apr 29, 1944.  SOC Feb 19, 1946.
					To Trans Canada Airlines as CF-TDS Jul 25, 1946. To CF-QBF with Quebecair Oct 10, 1956.  Reregistere CF-QBF
					Oct 24, 1956.  W/o in hangar fire Jul 13, 1958 at Rimouski, Quebec.  RAF record card says aircraft SOC Feb 19, 1946
				92307 (MSN 12093) to RCAF as FZ558.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF
					service. RCAF Patricia Bay Dec 25, 1943.  32 OTU Jan 5, 1944.  SOV Mar 2, 1946 and to War Assets Corp (Canada).
					To Trans Canada Airlines as CF-TDT Sep 28, 1946.  Matane Air Services Dec 1, 1961.  To N7709 H. O. Rich, Miami, FL
					Oct 1966.  Universal Air Leaxing Co, Grand Blanc, MI Apr 9169.  Tucker Enterprises Inc, Wilmington, DE t/a Palme
					Tree AfW Jul 1970.  Derelict Nassau, Bahamas 1971.
				92308 (MSN 12094) to RAF as FZ559. RAF Nassau Jan 12, 1944.  SEAAC Apr 29, 1944.  3 PTS.   Crashed into hill while flying
					low,PindiKhut, Punjab Apr 30, 1946.
				92309 (MSN 12095) to RAF as FZ560.  RAF Montreal Dec 10, 1943.  UK 512 SQ Dec 31, 1943.  ATTDU Feb 6 1944.
					1 PTS Apr 22, 1944.  22 MU Nov 22, 1946.  PP Air Tpt Jan 21, 1947.  Returned to USAAF
					Mar 3, 1947.   To G-AJNR Air Transport Assoc Ltd Apr 10, 1947, R. K. Dundas Ltd Jun 11,1 947.  To VH-COK Indian
					National Airlines Aug 27, 1947.  DBF Feb 8, 1952 Baghdogra Airport, Silguri
				92310 (MSN 12096) to RAF as FZ561.  RAF Monteal Dec 23, 1943.  To BOAC Jan 12, 1944 as G-AGIU, leased to BEA Feb 25, 1946
					bought Sep 3, 1946.  Pionair "Edward Busk" Aug 30, 1951.  Min of Avn Mar 17, 1951.  To owner in Mali as TZ-ABB (registration 
					CT-ABB originally allocated but NTU) Mar 1961.  G-AGIU for deliverey Mar 27, 1961.
				92311 (MSN 12097) was to have gone to RAF as FZ562, but went to NEIAF as DT-940, callsign VH-RDJ  To KNILM Apr 1, 1948 as PK-RDJ.
					To Indonesian AF (AURI) as T-440
				92312 (MSN 12099) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  To RAF as FZ564 at RAF Montreal Dec 22, 1943.  1 PTS UK Jan 11, 1944  
					CRD at RAE Jan 25, 1944.  Defford Mar 15, 1944.  A&AEE Sep 17, 1945.  Field Aircraft Services May 20, 1947.  
					Returned to USAAF May 28, 1947.  To F-BEIQ Air Maroc registered Jun 17, 1948. To CF-FAJ Maritime Central 
					Airways bought Feb 15, 1952.  Eastern Province AfW 1963.  DBR Apr 3, 1965 St Pierre et Miquelon.
				92313 (MSN 12100) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ565.  Crashed Dec 16, 1943 in USA before 
					delivery to RAF
				92314 (MSN 12101) to USAAF Nov 24, 1943.  to RAF as FZ566 at RAF Montreal Dec 15, 1943.  UK 1 PTS RAF
					Dec 31, 1943.  22 MU RAF Nov 26, 1946.  AV Air Tpt, Johannesburg Dec 12, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Aug 6, 1947.  
					Scottish Aviation LTd Aug 8, 1947.  To Air Algerie Mar 8, 1948 as F-BCYO.   Crashed Jan 8, 1949 in 
					landing at Lyons, France.  All survived.
				92315 (MSN 12102) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  To RAF as FZ567 Dec 17, 1943.  To BOAC as G-AGIY Feb 7, 1944.  DBR on landing
					at El Adem, Libya Mar 23, 1946
				92316 (MSN 12103) to USAAF Dec 1, 1943.  To RAF as FZ568 at RAF Dorval Dec 17, 1943.  UK 512 Sqnd RAF Jan 13, 1944.  
					ACSEA.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  VT-CZC H. H. Vijay Raja Scindia of Gwalior Aug 1, 1950.  
					Jiyaja Rao Cotton Mills Ltd Sep 29, 1961.  Bharat Commerce and Industries Ltd Aug 24, 1962.  
					To Jamair of Jamnagar, India in 1969 as VT-CZC.  Crashed on takeoff from New Delhi's Safdarjang Airport 
					Dec 5, 1970.  No. 2 engine failed on takeoff due to fuel starvation.  A right
					turn was made after lifting off, but the crew lost control and crashed.
				92317 (MSN 12104) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  To RAF as FZ569 at RAF Montreal Dec 22, 1943.  512 Sdn RAF Jan 19, 1944.  
					ACSEA Apr 21 1944.   3 PTS RAF.   Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947, to FLC
				92318 (MSN 12105) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  To RAF as FZ570 at RAF Montreal Dec 17, 1943.  Middle East Jan 18, 1944.  
					To 28 Sq South African AF Feb 13, 1944.  DBR when struck while parked by USAAF aircraft at Maison Blanche,
					Algeria Nov 10, 1946	
				92319 (MSN 12106) to USAAF Dec 1, 1943.  To RAF as FZ571 at RAF Patricia Bay Jan 4, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF Jan 7 1944, 
					no RAF service.  RCAF 32 OTU Jan 7, 1944.  SOC Dec 1945.  To Trans Canada Airways as CF-TDU Oct 30, 1946.  
					To CF-TDU Oct 30, 1946.  To Frontier Airlines as N4991E "Sunliner Omaha" Sep 16, 1958.  Colorado National 
					Bank Exec Investment Co, Lousiville KY Aug 6, 1968.  Jack Richards Aircraft Co, Inc Oklahoma City, OK 1971.  
					L Overturf, Mena, AR 1975  W. C. Dause, Granger, Ut Jan 26, 1976.  W. C.Dause, Jr Acampo, CA Sep 22, 1982.
				92320 (MSN 12107) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  To RAF as FZ572 Dec 24, 1943.  Diverted to South African AF Jan 31, 1944 as
					6821, no RAF service.  5 Wg.  To ZS-BXF South African AAV "Kiapperkop" Aug 16, 1948.  Later "Vasperade".  
					To SAAF as 6888 Feb 8, 1971.  44 Sq Sep 1972.  Preserved at SAAF Museum.
				92321 (MSN 12109) to USAAF Nov 25, 1943.  To RAF for MAAF as FZ574 at RAF Montreal Dec 17, 1943.  MAC Jan 2, 1944.  
					To 28 Sq South African AF.  DBR when bellylanded after
					engine cut on approach to Maison Blanche, Algeria Sep 19, 1944.
				92322 (MSN 12110) to USAAF Nov 26, 1943.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ575.  Diverted to RCAF Dec 25, 1943, no
					RAF service.  32 OTU Jan 5, 1944.  SOC Dec 5, 1945.  To Trans Canada Airways as CF-TDV Jun 12, 1946.  To N9123R Remmert
					Werner Inc Sep 1, 1961.  Charlotte Aircraft Corp.  To OB-R-810 Trans-Peruana de Avn SA "Liliana" Oct 13, 1965. NLR
				92323 (MSN 12111) to USAAF Nov 26, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FZ576.  Diverted to RCAF Dec 27, 1943,
					no RAF service.   32 OTU Jan 5, 1944.  Overshot Port Hardy Airport, BC, Canada 4/19/44.
				92324 (MSN 12112) to USAAF Nov 28, 1943.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ577.  Diverted to South African AF Jan 25, 1944 
					with serial 6816.  No RAF service.  W/o May 6, 1964
				92325 (MSN 12113) to USAAF Nov 29, 1943.  To RAF as FZ578 at RAF Montreal Jan 7, 1944.  UK Apr 10, 1944.  
					107 OTU May 16, 1944.  1333 TSCU May 1945.  22 MU Jul 6, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 8, 1946.
					By 1954 was CX-AGE of Primeras Lineas Uruguaya de Navigacion Aerea (PLUNA).  Crashed Oct 9, 1962 on takeoff at 
					Montevideo, Uruguay.  10 lost.
				92326 (MSN 12114) to USAAF Dec 13, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ579 Jan 19, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  53 Sqdn RAF.
					141 RSU RAF.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
				92327 (MSN 12115) to USAAF Dec 1, 1943.  To RAF as FZ580 Jan 6, 1944.  Diverted to SAAF Feb 13, 1944 with serial
					6820, no RAF service.  To N192RD, converted to Turbo DC-3.  Current 2011.
				92328 (MSN 12116) to USAAF Nov 30, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FZ581 Jan 8, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF,
					no RAF service.  W/o at Patricia Bay, BC, Canada Feb 26, 1944.
				92329 (MSN 12117, 6th TCG) lost Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 12789
				92330 (MSN 12119) to USSR Jan 2, 1944
				92331 (MSN 12120) to USSR Dec 24, 1943
				92332 (MSN 12121) to USSR Dec 30, 1943
				92333 (MSN 12122) to USSR Dec 30, 1943
				92334 (MSN 12123) to USSR Jan 26, 1944
				92335 (MSN 12124) to USSR Jan 26, 1944
				92336 (MSN 12125) to USSR Jan 24, 1944
				92337 (MSN 12126) to USSR Jan 5, 1944
				92338 (MSN 12127) to USSR Jan 5, 1944
				92339 (MSN 12129) to USSR Jan 5, 1944
				92340 (MSN 12130) to USSR Jan 4, 1944
				92341 (MSN 12131) to USSR Jan 4, 1944
				92342 (MSN 12132) to USSR Jan 2, 1944
				92343 (MSN 12133) to USSR Jan 5, 1944
				92344 (MSN 12134) to USSR Jan 5, 1944
				92345 (MSN 12135) to USSR Jan 13, 1944
				92346 (MSN 12136) to USSR Jan 17, 1944
				92347 (MSN 12137) to USAAF Dec 14, 1943.  to RAF in India as FZ58 Jan 10, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					Destroyed by fire after undercarriage collapsed on landing, Clydesdale Strip, 
					Burma May 12, 1944.
				92348 (MSN 12139) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  to RCAF as Dakota III FZ584 Feb 6, 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  
					Diverted to RCAF.  RCAF record card says that it crashed near Karimganj Jul 5, 1944.  Other
					records say that it went to TCA as CF-TDW 1946.  To Frontier
					Airlines as N4992E
				92349 (MSN 12140) to USAAF Dec 14, 1943.  to RAF in India as FZ585 Jan 15, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.
					Crashed near Shongsphel, Burma Jul 31, 1944.  Found on Mar 3, 1945.  There is a refernce to the plane being 
					PP-AXF of Empresa de Transportes Aerovias Brasil S.A. in 1954.
				92350 (MSN 12141) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RCAF as Dakota III FZ586 Feb 8, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF, no RAF
					service.  To TCA as CF-TDX 1946.  To Frontier Airlines as N4996E 'Sunliner Kansas City' Sep 16, 1958.
					Current 2011.
				92351 (MSN 12142) to USAAF Dec 12, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ587 Jan 8, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF. 1334 CU RAF.
					Transferred to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To N9083C.  To VT-DGX Jun 1945.  To VR-AAJ.  to VT-DGX
					again Dec 16, 1960.  W/o at Sela, India Sep 21, 1962.
				92352 (MSN 12143) to USAAF Jan 3, 1944.  to RAF as FZ588 but NTU.  To 8th AF Mar 26, 1944.  9th AF.  Salvaged
				92353 (MSN 12144) to USAAF Dec 9, 1943.  to RAF in India as FZ589 Jan 17, 1944. 194 Sqdn RAF.  215 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian Government Jan 30, 1947.  Transferred to Indian AF as
					VP912 Nov 28, 1946
				92354 (MSN 12145) to USAAF Dec 15, 1943.  to RAF in India as FZ590 Jan 12, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					Flew into high ground during supply dropping mission over Burma Mar 27, 1944.
				92355 (MSN 12146) to USAAF Dec 19, 1943.  to RAF in UK as FZ591 Jan 24, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF.  107 OTU RAF.
					1333 CU RAF.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1947.  to Scottish Aviation Ltd Mar 20, 1947.
				92356 (MSN 12147) to USAAF Dec 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ592 Jan 22, 1944. 271 Sqdn RAF, 48 Sqdn RAF.
					1336 CU RAF.  1381 CU RAF.  Returned to USAAF Oct 19, 1946.
					To PP-ACC, to Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AXF.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2077. 
					To Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVT May 13, 1960.  W/o Nov 13, 1979 near Cascavel, Parana,
					Brazil.
				92357 (MSN 12149) to USAAF Dec 16, 143.  To RAF in India as FZ594 Jan 29, 1944.  !94 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				92358 (MSN 12150) to uSAAF Dec 7, 1943.  To RAF in India as Dakota III FZ595 Jan 30, 1944.  52 Sqdn RAF.
					194 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946.  To Thai AF postwar.  To Siamese Airways in
					1948 as HF-SAF.  W/o Aug 2, 1951 at Bah Fai Airfield, Hau Hin, Thailand.
				92359 (MSN 12151) to USAAF Dec 6, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FZ596 Jan 8, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF as 596,
					No RAF service.  Lost at sea Aug 22, 1944
				92360 (MSN 12152) to USAAF Dec 18, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ597 Jan 24, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  
					Crashed after breaking up in cloud 11 miles NE of Mohavia, India Aug 4, 1944.
				92361 (MSN 12153) to USAAF Dec 17, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ598 Jan 19, 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  
					Crashed on takeoff, Comilla, Burma Jun 23, 1944.
				92362 (MSN 12154) to UJSAAF Dec 13, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ599 Jan 20, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.  
					Flew into hill in cloud near Ampi, Assam, India May 5, 1944
				92363 (MSN 12155) to USAAF Dec 15, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ600 Jan 24, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					Flew into hill in cloud near Kohima dropping zone in Burma Jun 19, 1944.
				92364 (MSN 12156) to USAAF Dc 27, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ601 Jan 30, 1944 at RAF Montral.  271 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.
					No.44 Maintenance Unit , RAF Kinnell 15Apr46; 
					RAF record card states that the plane was relegated to ground instructional airframe
					with serial 6360M Jun 13, 1947.  Other records say that it went to 4th Transport Brigade, BAOR, Germany; 
					Sobelair "Kindu" 29Jan47; Registered OO-SBA, cancelled 7Jan56.  To OE-FDA, cancelled 7Jan56; 
					Airtaco/Dagens Nyheter 6Jan56; Registered SE-CBZ 16Feb56; Linieflyg 14Apr57; Registration cancelled 30Dec57; 
					Crashed 2May59 Alfabia Peak, Majorca, Balearic Islands. The DC-3 was on a return trip to Palma when it 
					took off again for Vienna after 90-minute stopover. The flight reported at 3000 feet and was then 
					instructed to report at FL90 or when leaving the Palma area. Just two minutes later the aircraft 
					struck Alfabia Peak at 3300 feet. 
					(Note: Belgian records give msn 12156, whereas 12210 is given on the RAF card as sold to Sobelair).
				92365 (MSN 12157) to USAAF Dec 7, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ602 Jan 8, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian AF as VP913 Nov 28, 1946
				92366 (MSN 12159) to USAAF Dec 18, 1943.  To RAF as FZ604 Dec 25, 1943.  Diverted to South African AF 
					as 6817, no RAF service.  To Field Aircraft Services, Ltd as G-ALCA Jun 1948.
					To AP-ABW Aug 29, 1948.  To G-ALCA again Sep 20, 1948.  To AP-ABW again Oct 7, 1948. To CF-GXE Jun 8, 1953.
					W/o Apr 12, 1961 at St Johns, Canada.
				92367 (MSN 12160) to USAAF Dec 24, 1943.  To RAF as FZ605 Dec 24, 1943.  Diverted to SAAF with serial
					6825, no RAF service.  Converted in 1993 to C-47TP turboprop configuration and still on active service
					in Feb 2008.
				92368 (MSN 12161) to USAAF Dec 24, 1943.  To RAF as FZ606 Jan 27, 1944.  Diverted to SAAF Feb 27, 1944 with serial
					6826, no RAF service.  To ZS-DFN Sep 7, 1951.  To KA-DFN Oct 1961.  W/o Dec 1961 at Kolwezi, Katanga 
				92369 (MSN 12162) to USAAF Dec 30, 1943.  To RAF as FZ607 Jan 30, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  271 Sqdn RAF Feb 12, 1944.
					436 Sqdn RAF Oct 7, 1945.  No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 24Oct46; VIP Services 20Dec46.  
					Returned to USAAF Jan 10, 1947. Sold to Payloads Charter Co Feb 24, 1947 registered as G-AJGX Feb 24, 1947. 
					To British Aviation Service Ltd Oct 16, 1947. Sold to Technical and Aeronautical Exploitations (TAE) Nov 5, 1947 
					cancelled 5Nov47 on export to Greece; registered as SX-BAI. christened at a celebration on 31Aug47, attended 
					by King Paul; W/o when it crashed into a mountain 30 km (18.8 mls) NE of Athens, Greece 
					Jun 6, 1949 at Malakasa, Attica, Greece.
 				92370 (MSN 12163) to USAAF Dec 14, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ608 Jan 19, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CNZ Aug 9, 1947.
				92371 (MSN 12164) to USAAF Dec 22, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ609 Jan 24, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  109 OTU RAF.
					1383 CU RAF.  Returned to USAAF Oct 26, 1946.  To Spanish civil registry as EC-EAC, then
					EC-ACL (NTU).  To Spanish AF as T.3-1.  W/o Tenerife North, Canary Islands Mar 17, 1964
				92372 (MSN 12165) to USAAF Dec 20, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ610 Jan 22, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  
					Flew into high ground in cloud near Tealing, Scotland Jul 26, 1944
				92373 (MSN 12166) to USAAF Dec 24, 1943.  to RAF as FZ611 Jan 5, 1944.  Diverted to SAAF as 6819 Feb 7, 1944,
					no RAF service.  To ZS-BXI May 2, 1949 "Elandskop" of South African Airways.  To VP-KNU of East
					African Airways. Jul 16, 1956.  To ZS-BXI again Oct 12, 1956.  To SAAF as 6886 Feb 89, 1971.
					 To N8241T.  To N8194Z Jul 14, 1998.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, 
					South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.  Current 2011.
				92374 (MSN 12167) to USAAF Dec 17, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ612 Jan 24, 3944. 194 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF>
					31 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  215 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92375 (MSN 12169) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ614 Jan 10, 1944. 2781 Sqdn RAF.
					To BOAC as G-AGJU May 28, 1944..  DBR while landing Jan 3, 1947, Whitchurch, Bristol, UK.
				92376 (MSN 12170) to USAAF Dec 24, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ615 Jan 22, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Jun 24, 1946
				92377 (MSN 12171) to USAAF Dec 27, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ616 Jan 7, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF. 575 Sqdn RAF.
					194 Sqdn RAF, 353 Sqdn RAF.  194 Sqdn RAF.   Transferred to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92378 (MSN 12172) to USAAF Jan 6, 1944.  To RAF as FZ617 Jan 30, 1944. 48 Sqdn RAF.  
					RAF records say transferred to BOAC May 4, 1944 as G-AGJT.  British CAA records show
					identity PH-AZT between FZ617 and G-AGJT, and date of
					registration of G-AGJT as May 15, 1944. Registration G-AGJT
					cancelled when sold to Dutch user as PH-TBA Jan 8, 1946.  Then OO-TBA, then to PH-TBA again Jun 10, 1948.
					To N. V. Frits Diepen Vliegtuigen Apr 1948 as PH-TBF Jul 3, 1948. Sold to
					Mallard Air Service as N94530 Jan 1951.  to N3BA Jun 2, 1979.  Current 2011.
				92379 (MSN 12173) to USAAF Dec 30, 1943.  To RAF as Dakota III FZ618 Jan 8, 1944.  RAF record card
					says that the plane was trensferred to BOAC as G-AGJS
					Jan 28, 1944.  British CAA records show an identity of PH-AZS
					between FZ618 and G-AGJS and date of registration of G-AGJS
					as Mar 2, 1944.  Registered to Royal Dutch Airlines as 
					PH-AZA "Spreeluw".  Reregistered as G-AGJS Mar 2, 1944.
					Registration cancelled Jan 25, 1946 and then to NEIAF as NL-204.
					Then to KLM as PH-TAZ.  To India Nov 14, 1950.  To Indonesian AF as T-482
				92380 (MSN 12174) to USAAF Jan 7, 1944.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ619 but NTU. Retained by USAAF.
					8th aF Mar 27, 1944.   W/o Dec 30, 1944, France.
				92381 (MSN 12175) to USAAF Dec 27, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ620 Jan 15, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF.  
					Crashed after crew abandoned aircraft after flak hit Sep 21, 1944 Arnheim, Netherlands.
				92382 (MSN 12176) to USAAF Jan 5, 1944.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ621 but NTU.  8th AF Mar 26, 1944.
					9th AF.  Registered 21 Sep 1946 OK-WDC#03 Czechoslovakian State Airlines, w/o Dec 4, 1948 
					Praha LKPR, cancelled Feb 2, 1949.
				92383 (MSN 12177) to USAAF Dec 23, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ622 Jan 25, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  1336 CU RAF.
					To G-AHDA May 3, 1946.  WFU Apr 8, 1947.
				92384 (MSN 12179) to USAAF Dec 27, 1943.  to RAF in UK as FZ623 Jan 22, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF.  1383 CU RAF
					1381 CU RAF.  WFU Apr 24, 1947.
				92385 (MSN 12180) to USAAF Dec 28, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ624 Jan 24, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF.  10 Sqdn RAF.
					1336 CU RAF.  To British European Airways as G-AGZB Mar 3, 1946, 
					then to Channel Airways.  Crashed in fog May 6, 1962, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, UK.
				92386 (MSN 12181) to USAAF Dec 20, 1943.  to RAF in UK as FZ625 Jan 24, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  1336 CU RAF.  
					Became PH-TDY Jul 3, 1947.  To LN-PAS "Norse Carrier" of Braathens S. A. F. E Air 
					Transport A/S Jul 11, 1947.  W/o Mar 5, 1964 on takeoff at Oslo (Fornebu), Norway.  All survived.
				92387 (MSN 12182) to USAAF Dec 20, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ626 Jan 19, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF. 107 OTU RAF.  
					271 Sqdn RAF.  Shot down at Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 19, 1944.
				92388 (MSN 12183) to USAAF Dec 30, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ627 Jan 8, 1944. 512 Sqdn RAF. 62 Sqn RAF.
					31 SQDN raf.  353 Sqdn RAF.  To Indian AF as IAF VP91 Sep 25, 1947.  To PH-NCR, to TF-ISA for Icelandair
					Flugfelag Islands (Airline).  W/o Feb 23, 1967 when it was DBR at Danmarkshavn, Greenland
				92389 (MSN 12184) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ628 Jan 30, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  187 Sqdn RAF.
					525 Sqdn RAF.  1383 CU RAF.  WFU Dec 19, 1946.   To PH-NZR in 1946 but NTU.  to TF-ISA Jun Jun 11, 1949.
					S/o at Kanmarkshavn, Greenland Feb 23, 1967.
				92390 (MSN 12185) to USAAF JAN 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ629 at RAF MontrealJan 8, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF
					Feb 14, 1944. 107 (Transport) Operational Training Unit, RAF Leicester East 21May44.
					No.24 Squadron 17Aug44; No.1381 (Transport) Conversion Unit, RAF Bramcote; No.22 Maintenance Unit, 
					RAF Silloth, Cumberland 4May46; WFU.   Foreign Liquidation Commission; Sobelair 28Sep46; 
					Registration OO-SBA assigned, not taken up due bad condition of airframe
				92391 (MSN 12186) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ630 Jan 8, 1944.  WFU.  To G-AGIW Feb 2, 1944.
					 W/o Oct 13, 1950 at Mill Hill, London, UK 
				92392 (MSN 12187) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ631 at RAF Montreal Jan 9, 1944.  intended for 
					Air Chief Marshal Tedder, Supreme Commander Middle East Air Forces; modified for VIP use by Scottish Aviation, 
					Prestwick, Scotland 18Jan44; used by General Wilson, C-in-C, Middle East; named “Freedom”; Algiers, 
					Algeria; Naples, Italy; used to carry King George VI and Winston Churchill to Italy Jul-Aug44; 
					No.24 Squadron, Hendon Dec44; ACSEA Communications Squadron 12Sep46;  CS RAF. 48 Sqdn RAF.  
					Became VH-EAN Apr 18, 1949..  Apr 11, 1956 with Qantas Empire Airways Ltd.  reregistered VH-EBU 20Jan58.
					Trans Australia Airlines 1 Sep66; reregistered VH-SBD 8Dec69; Air Niugini 1Nov73; registered P2-SBD
					To P2-SBD.  Reregistered P2-ANO Dec 11, 1975.  wfu 31Jul77; stored Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea Oct79;
					To N5590C Mar 13, 1980.  (Red Cross work in Thailand); cancelled 5Nov81 on export to Australia. 
					Preserved at Cairns, Australia VH-BPA.
 				92393 (MSN 12189) to USAAF Dec 27, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ632 Jan 9, 1i944.  45 Gp RAF.  Crashed off Azores
					Jan 17, 1944.
				92394 (MSN 12190) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ633 Jan 8, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF. 24 Sqdn RAF. 1382 CU RAF.  
					WFU Jul 17, 1946.  To PP-JAC Mar 11, 1947.  To PP-YPV Dec 1950 of S.A. Transportes Aereos REAL.
					To Argentine AF as FAA T-22 1961.  WFU 1968.
				92395 (MSN 12191) to USAAF Dec 24, 1943.  To RAF as FZ634 May 22, 1944, diverted to RCAF as FZ634.  
					To TCA as CF-TDY 1946.  To N4997E with Frontier
					Airlines Nov 6, 1958.  W/o Mar 18, 1965 at Clarenvillem, Canada.
					There is an accident report that has the plane overshooting the
					runway at Medford AAF, OR and nosing into ditch Jan 6, 1944
				92396 (MSN 12192) to USAAF Jan 5, 19044.  To RCAF as FZ635 Jan 9, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF.  
					To TCA as CF-TDZ May 1, 1946 1946, later CF-DTV, 
					later C-FDTV, then XA-RZF, Registered Dec 2005 to California-Pacifico as
					XA-UDY.  Current 2010.
				92397 (MSN 12193) to USAAF Jan 5, 1944.  To RAF in UK as FZ636 Jan 22, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  107 OTU RAF.
					24 Sqdn RAF. 575 Sqdn RAF.  WFU.  To VT-CHE Jan 21, 19478.  To Indian AF as BJ621 Mar 24, 1962.  
				92398 (MSN 12194) to USAAF Dec 25, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ637 Jan 12, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF. 107 OTU RAF.
					24 Sqdn RAF.  W/o Nov 30, 1944 at Lagens, Azores.
				92399 (MSN 12195) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  to RAF in UK as Dakota III FZ638 Jan 9, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF. WFU. 
					Then to BOAC as G-AGJV Jun 2, 1944.  Transferred to BEA and named "John Porte".  
					Registration cancelled Mar 3, 1980 on sale to owner in British
					Virgin Islands as VP-LVM Feb 16, 1980.
				92400 (MSN 12196) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  tT RAF in UK as FZ639 Jan 31, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  437 Sqdn RAF.
					WFU Dec 19, 1946.  To CF-GJZ Dec 13, 1948.  To N510Z Sep 3, 1964.  To N755VM Mar 1967.  Current 2011.
				92401 (MSN 12197) to USAAF Dec 21, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ640 Jan 11, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  575 Sqdn RAF.
				92402 (MSN 12199) to USAAF Dec 21, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ641 Jan 8, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  WFU Jun 1, 1944.
					To G-AGJW Jun 1, 1944.  To Ghana as 9G-AAD Jul 9, 1969.  To Biafra AF Jun 15, 1967.  W/o at Part Harcourt, Biafra
					Aug 1967.
				92403 (MSN 12200) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  To RAF in India as FZ642 Jan 24, 1904.  FE RAF. WFU Jul 6, 1944.
				92404 (MSN 12201) to USAAF Jan 12, 1944.  To RAF in India as FZ643 Jan 12, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.
					To Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				92405 (MSN 12202) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ644 Jan 19, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.
					W/o Aug 24, 1944 near Imphal.  6 killed.
				92406 (MSN 12203) to USAAF Jan 5, 1944.  To RAF in India as FZ645 Jan 25, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF.
					SOC Apr 26, 1945
				92407 (MSN 12204) to USAAF Dec 25, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ646 Jan 11, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF.  WFU Apr 26, 1945.
					To YS-38 Jul 17, 1946
				92408 (MSN 12205) to USAAF Jan 5, 1944.  To RAF as FZ647 Jan 27, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  WFU Jul 25, 1946.  
					To TC-ECE of Devlet Hava Yollari Jul 25, 1946.  To ET-ABY Aug 11, 1966, To C9-STF, delivered Apr 1991
					to Scan Transportes Aereos Maputo and WFU in 19967.  Preserved at Ratanga Junction Amusement Park,
					Cape Town, South Africa.
				92409 (MSN 12206) to USAAF Dec 30, 1943.  To RAF in India as FZ648 Jan 9, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.
					W/o in takeoff accident Jul 9, 1945 at Kangla Field, India
				92410 (MSN 12207) to USAAF Jan 5, 1944. To RAF in UK as FZ649 Jan 24, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF
					W/o Wesel, Germany Mar 24, 1945.
				92411 (MSN 12209) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ650 Jan 30, 1944. ATTDU RAF.  TCDU RAF.  WFU.
					To G-AJRX Jun 9, 1947, to VR-SCN Aug 6, 1947, to VR-RCN Sep 24, 1958, to 9M-ALN Jan 8, 1959, 
					to PK-AKR Mar 13, 1959. To PK-OBK.  W/o at Pakanbaru, Indonesia Apr 28, 1981.
				92412 (MSN 12210) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ651 Jan 30, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Feb 14, 1944.
					1383 (Transport) Conversion Unit, RAF Crosby on Eden; No.512 Squadron 14Feb44; No.1383 No.22 
					Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 14May46; WFU May 14, 1946.  Foreign Liquidation 
					Commission; Connor Aircraft 10Apr47; Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (JAT) 2May47; registered YU-ACA in 1947. 
					then to Yemen Jan 1, 1974 as 4W-ABW.  To ET-AHP Ethiopian Airlines May 16, 1981. Crashed on takeoff 
					due to a burst tire at Makale, Ethiopia 22Aug82
				92413 (MSN 12211) to USAAF Jan 3, 1944. Was to have gone to RAF as FZ652.  Not delivered to RAF, retained by USAAF.  
					to RFC Mar 16, 1946.  Douglas Aircraft Corp 22Mar46  rebuilt as DC-3D c/n 43080  NC34917 H Vanderbilt  04Oct46   
					NC1622 TexasCO US 1946   N1822 Seaboard OilCO US of Delaware Nov53 Texaco Seaboard Inc   
					N770CC Monsanto Chemical Co, St Louis, MO Jun63  Mark Aero Inc  N7007  Abney Mills, Greenwood, SC Oct70  
					N915BD  A C Grant t/a Air ExecCO US 03Jul74.   J Webb  N15HC Horizon Properties Feb 1975.  
					Crashed Houston, TX US 01Feb75 
				92414 (MSN 12212) to USAAF Jan 7, 1944.  to RAF as FZ653 but NTU. Retained by USAAF.  8th AF Mar 26, 1944. 
					Missing Sep 20, 1944 but recovered.  Missing 1945/46
				92415 (MSN 12213) to USAAF Jan 3, 1944.  to RAF as FZ654 but NTU, to 8th AF Mar 27, 1944.  To 9th AF.  
					(422nd TCG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 8879
42-92416/92572		Douglas C-47A-5-DK Skytrain
				MSNs beginning with 12214 and going to 12387, with entries ending with '8" skipped.
				92416 (MSN 12214) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF as FZ655 Jan 28, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  347 Sqdn RAF.  
					MIA Oct 24, 1944 Antwerp, Belgium to UK
				92417 (MSN 12215) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  to RAF in UK as FZ656 Jan 24, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  437 Sqdn RAF.
					Shot down Sep 21, 1944 at Arnheim, Netherlands.
				92418 (MSN 12216) to USAAF Jan 5, 1944.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ657 but NTU.  8th AF Ma4 27, 1944.  
					WFU Jan 29, 1947
				92419 (MSN 12217) to USAAF Jan 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota FZ658 Jan 27, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  48 Sqdn RAF.
					435 Sqdn RAF. 4367 Sqdn RAF.   Transferred to RCAF as 992 Jun 2, 1946.   Renumbered 12963 Jun 1970.  
					Preserved at National Air Force Museum of Canada as FZ658.
				92420 (MSN 12219) to USAAF Jan 4, 1944.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ659 but NTU. Retained by USAAF.  
					8th AF Mar 27, 1944. WFU Jan 11, 1947
				92421 (MSN 12220) to USAAF Dec 31, 1943.  To RAF as FZ660 Jan 28, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  48 Sqdn RAF.  
					Relegated to ground instructional airframe with serial 6291M Mar 22, 1947.  Presumably
					subsequently scrapped.
				92422 (MSN 12221) to USAAF Jan 2, 1944. Was to have gone to RAF as FZ661 but NTU.  Retained by USAAF.
					8th AF Mar 26, 1944.  9th AF Oct 27, 1944.  8th AF.  W/o Apr 6, 1945, Hesse, Germany
				92423 (MSN 12222) to USAAF Dec 27, 1943.  To RAF in UK as FZ662 Jan 22, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF.  Trasnferred to
					BOAC as G-AGZC Feb 18, 1946.  Was to have become VT-CPN but
					NTU, became AP-AAN Oct 1, 1947 instead.  Later reverted to G-AGZC Sep 20, 1949, then 
					sold to owner in Mali as TZ-ABA Mar 6, 1961 (registration
					CT-AAA originally reserved but NTU).  WFU Apr 1971.
				92424 (MSN 12223) to USAAF Jan 7, 1944.  Was to have gone to RAF as FZ663 but NTU.  Retained by USAAF.
					8th AF Mar 27, 19044.  WFU Dec 5, 1945.
				92425 (MSN 12224) to USSR Jan 18, 1944
				92426 (MSN 12225) to USSR Jan 31, 1944
				92427 (MSN 12226) to USSR Jan 30, 1944
				92428 (MSN 12227) to USSR Feb 1, 1944
				92429 (MSN 12229) to USSR Feb 1, 1944
				92430 (MSN 12230) to USSR Jan 1, 1944
				92431 (MSN 12231) to USSR Feb 9, 1944
				92432 (MSN 12232) to USSR Feb 14, 1944
				92433 (MSN 12233) to USSR Feb 9, 1944
				92434 (MSN 12234) to USSR Feb 10, 1944
				92435 (MSN 12235) to USSR Jan 19, 1944
				92436 (MSN 12236) to USSR Feb 9, 1944
				92437 (MSN 12237) to USSR Feb 9, 1944
				92438 (MSN 12239) to USSR Feb 18, 1944
				92439 (MSN 12240) to USSR Feb 4, 1944
				92440 (MSN 12241) to USSR Feb 5, 1944
				92441 (MSN 12242) to USSR Feb 11, 1944
				92442 (MSN 12243) to USSR Feb 7, 1944
				92443 (MSN 12244) to USSR Feb 4, 1944
				92444 (MSN 12245) to USSR Feb 24, 1944
				92445 (MSN 12246) to USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  To RAF in UK as FZ666 Feb 21, 1944.  233 Sqsdn RAF.  1333 CU RAF.
					WFU Jul 17, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Sep 24, 1946.
					To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas
					Argentinas (ZONDA), registered as LV-ACN Nov 28, 1946, to Aerolineas
					Aeroposta, to Aerolineas Argentinas.  Suffered damage when it made
					a forced landing in Gualeguaychu, Entre Rios Mar 18, 1952.  To
					LADE-Lineas Aereas del Estado (Fuerza Aerea Argentina).  WFU   
				92446 (MSN 12247) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF in UK as FZ667 Feb 2, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.  
					MIA Jun 7, 1944 (Normandy invasion)
				92447 (MSN 12249) to USAAF 28Jan44.    to RAAF as A65-38 14Feb44. 3 AD 18Feb42.  DAT 33 Sqn RAAF yellow H 
					behind cockpit window VH-CUH 11Mar44.   38 Sqn coded H rear of cockpit framing.   7 AD RAAF 26Aug44.
					 PTU 02Sep44.   33 Sqn RAAF coded BT-K 22Oct44.   takeoff accident Hayfield strip 12Sep45 
					12 RSU RAAF 24Sep45.   scrapped 12Dec45 fuselage extant into 1970's  
				92448 (MSN 12250) to USAAF 31Jan44.   to RAAF as A65-34 08Feb44.   3 AD 16Feb44.   36 Sqn coded RE-R VH-CUF RAAF 25Feb44.
					 Crashed in western area of Walum and Malin Areas near Nazab, PNG 17Feb44.  6 killed 2 injured   
				92449 (MSN 12251) to French civil registry as F-BEFB for Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient.   To
					French AF May 1960 as 92449.  Noted in Musee de l'Air, Paris 1988.  In 2004 waas repainted
					in fake colors and serial number.  Now represents 42-100558 "Buzz Buggy"
				92450 (MSN 12252) to USAAF 28Jan44.  To RAAF as A65-35 09Feb44.  3 AD 16Feb44.  33 Sqn RAAF VH-CUI grey 36 inch 
					UI rear of both cockpits 31Jul44.  33 Sqn RAAF 12Aug44.  Ran into ditch landing Sentani Strip Hollandia 26May45 
					pilot and crew uninjured.  13 ARD RAAF 29Oct45.   33 Sqn RAAF 06Dec45.  DAP RAAF Parafield 01Mar46.
					 1 AD RAAF 27Jun46.   AD 11Jul46.  37 Sqn RAAF 18Oct46.  87Sqn RAAF 06Nov46
					 ANA Pty Ltd 11Aug47 for £6250.  To ANA 21Oct47 as VH-INA.  With ANA "Bungana Pengana" VH-INI 15Dec48 
					Ansett ANA May57converted to Viewmaster Airlines of NSW Australia 1959 
					crashed into the sea off Sydney 11Dec60   AC·28405to RAAF as A65-35 (VH-CUI).  To ANA 9/1947 as VH-INI
				92451 (MSN 12253) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF in UK as FZ668 Feb 4, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.   187 Sqdn RAF.
					525 Sqdn RAF.  WFu Jul 17, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Sep 3, 1946.  To CF-TER with Trans-Canada Air Lines Apr 3, 1947
					then in December 1989 to C-FDTD with the Canadian Dept.of Transport. Ownership passed in July 1993 to the Air
					and Space Museum of Quebec (Fondation Aerovision Quebec) but remains engineless in January 2014 
					on the site of the Saint-Hubert airport
				92452 (MSN 12254) to USAAF Jan 31, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III FZ669 Feb 10, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  233 Sqdn RAF
					Feb 29, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 28, 1944.  Transferred to Canadian government 
					Jun 16, 1946, To RCAF Aug 26, 1946.  1 ANS "VCDHQ 1952.  To CAF Jul 1970, renumbered 12943.  429 Sqdn
					at Saskatoon Mar 1975.  Civilianised as C-GCXE with Aero Trades Western Ltd, Winnipeg.  
					Became HI-502, then HH-CMG. Preserved in Al Mahatta Museum at Sharjah painted as 'G-AMZZ'
				92453 (MSN 12255) to USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FZ670 Mar 24, 1944.  1680 FLt RAF Sep 11, 1944.
					22 MU RAF Dec 2, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Jul 17, 1947.  To civil registry as F-BAXX Office du Commerce
					Exterieur DE US Tunisie/ ta Tunis Air Jul 6, 1948,
					TS-AXX Nov 1959, F-BJRY Air France May 31, 1961.  Inst Aeron Amaury De US la Granoe (for gr training)
					Merville Apr 21, 1969, N57927 Englert Inds 1974 Air Sales Inc, Miami, FL, C-GAXT Air Brazeau Inc Rouyon, PQW 
					Jun 17, 1975.  St Louis Aviation Inc St Jean, PQ 1977.  Boreas Intl Inc USA Feb 1979, TG-AFA Aviateca 
					Mar 22, 1979.  Damaged Dec 3, 1981 by grenade at La Auror Apt, Guatemala. N326UN Trans World Shipping
					Trading, Miami Springs, FL Aug 24, 1982.  Reregistered  N667H but NTU.  Trans World Shipping Trading Oct 1983
				92454 (MSN 12256) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III FZ671 Feb 13, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.
					437 Sqdn RAF Sep 9, 1945.  435 Sqdn RAF.  436 Sqdn RAF May 17, 1946.  Transferred to RCAF
					Jun 23, 1946, later renumbered 12944 Jun 1970.  WFU Nov 1990.  On display at CFB Comox, British Columbia.
				92455 (MSN 12257) to USAAF Feb 2, 1944.  To RAF in UK as FZ672 Feb 29, 1944. 233 Sqdn RAF Mr 13, 1944.
					107 OTU RAF May 17, 1944.  1333 CU RAF.  22 MU RAF May 8, 1946.  WFU Oct 17, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 8, 1946.
					WFU.  To PP-SPX Jan 18, 1950.  W/o at Sao Paulo, Brazil May 7, 1956.
				92456 (MSN 12259) w/o in landing accident at Le Havre, France Apr 14, 1945.
				92457 (MSN 12260) Attached 303TCS/442TCG, participated in D-Day (June 6, 1944) invasion flight Mission Boston to drop paratroops 
					from RAF Fulbeck. Attached to 303TCS/442TCG, damaged in landing accident 26 Apr. 1946 at Capodichino AF, Italy.
					Transferred. to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg. 292457, call sign F-RAZT for service in French Indo China. 
					Nov 28, 1954 destroyed in French Indo China.
				92458 (MSN 12261) to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17126 Jan 13, 1944
				92459 (MSN 12262) w/o Apr 24, 9145 on takeoff at Metz, France 
				92460 (MSN 12263) to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17127 Jan 13, 1944
				92461 (MSN 12264) to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17128 Jan 14, 1944
				92462 (MSN 12265, 442nd TCG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 7651
				92463 (MSN 12266) to USAAF Jan 26, 1944.  To RAF in UK as FZ674 Feb 1, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.
					Flew into ground in fog at airstrip B.14 (Amblie, France) Aug 5, 1944
				92464 (MSN 12267) to USAAF Jan 25, 1944. TO RQF as FZ675 Feb 7, 1944. To RCAF as Dakota IIIU FZ675, later renumbered 960.
					SOC Nov 1, 1951.  A628 Inst A/Fr Feb 14, 1969.  Northwest Inds Ltd Dec 17, 1962.  To CF-OVW Eldorado
					Aviation Ltd Dec 31, 1963.  Air North Charter Training, Whitehorse, Yukon Territories Jan 1980.  Currently
					N983DC with Blue Ridge Piedmont and Chesapeake Airways, Inc of Mt Airy, Maryland
				92465 (MSN 12269) to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17129 Jan 17, 1944
				92466 (MSN 12270) to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17130 Jan 13, 1944
				92467 (MSN 12271) participated in D-Day, Jun 6, 1944, flown by 441st TCG from Merryfield, England.  Transferred
					to RAF as Dakota III FZ676 under contract AC-28405, requisition 7204.  Later broken up
				92468 (MSN 12272) to USAAF Feb 10, 1944.  transferred to RAF in UK as FZ676 under contract AC-28405, requisition 7204. 
					Crashed 15 mi SW of Reykjavik, Iceland while on ferry flight from Reykjavik to Prestwick during ferry flight 
					Mar 9, 1944.  3 killed.
				92469 (MSN 12273) to USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  Transferred Feb 20, 1944 to RAF in UK as Dakota III FZ678 under 
					contract AC-28405, requisition 7204. 233 Sqdn RAF Mar 18, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 7, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to RCAF Apr 16, 1946 as FZ678, later reserialed 12273 (its MSN).  Believed to have crashed Mar 28, 1949
					at ex RCAF Station Fort Nelson, BC.  W/o at Stn Fort Nelson Jun 23, 1949.
				92470 (MSN 12274) participated on D-Day Jun 6, 1944, flown by 441st TCG from Merryfield, England 
				92471 (MSN 12275) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17131 Jan 11, 1944
				92472 (MSN 12276) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF in UK as FZ679 Feb 1, 1944.  Engine cut on takeoff, aircraft
					swung off runway and DBR when struck an unidentified B-26
					at Lyon-Bron Feb 15, 1945.  May have been rebuilt and returned to service.
					There is a report that it rebuilt by Douglas at Santa Monica as DC-3C MSN 43154 
					and delivered Apr 9, 1947 to Sabena as OO-AWH.  Crashed at Heathrow Airport, London, 
					England Mar 2, 1948.  20 out of the 22 occupants were killed.  Since
					this incident, the ghost of a businessman looking for his 
					briefcase has been seen on several occasions near the crash site!
				92473 (MSN 12277) to USAAF Jan 27, 1944.  to RAF in UK as FZ680 Feb 13, 1944.  Gibraltar RAF Feb 26, 1944.
					233 Sqdn RAF Mar 12, 1944.  44 MU RAF RAF Jun 18, 1946.  Relegated to instructional airframe
					with serial 6298M Mar 26, 1947.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				92474 (MSN 12279) to USaAF Jan 26, 1944.  To RAF as FZ682, NTU.  To NEIAF as DT-939 Feb 17, 1944, flown
					with Australian radio callsign VH-RDI.  To PK-RDI, to Indonesian AF as T-439 Apr 1950.
				92475 (MSN 12280) to USAAF Jan 29, 1944.  To RAF as FZ683 Feb 6, 1944.   57 sqdn RAF Apr 18, 1944.
					Crashed at Brize Norton, UK Apr 18, 1944.  w/o Aug 18, 1944 at Alvescot, UK
				92476 (MSN 12281) to USAAF Jan 2, 1944.  to RAF in India as FZ684 Mar 5, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.
					31 Sqdn RAF.  31 Sqdn RAF.  48 Sqdn RAF.  To Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				92477 (MSN 12282) to USAAF Feb 11, 1944.  to RAF as FZ685 Feb 24, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 15, 1944.  Crashed
					at B2108 Apr 24, 1945.
				92478 (MSN 12283) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17134 Jan 13, 1944
				92479 (MSN 12284) to USAAF Feb 13, 1944.  To RAF as FZ686 Feb 24, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF MAr 15, 1944.
					76 Sqdn RAF.  1336 TSCU RAF.   Crashed at Welford, UK Oct 28, 1945.  4 lost.
				92480 (MSN 12285) to USAAF 25Jan44.  to RAAF as A65-31(VH-CUC)  03Feb44.  3 AD 11Feb44.  36 Sqn 19Feb44
					 c13 ARD RAAF 09May44.  36 Sqn RAAF 19May44. 13 ARD RAAF 30Aug45.  36 Sqn RAAF 18Oct46.
					 Port airscrew ran away after take-off from RAAF Base Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 
					diverted to Woodstock Strip and made a one engine landing with windmilling port airscrew 27Feb46, 
					crew uninjured.  3 AD RAAF 07Jun46.  111 ASRF RAAF 10Jun46.  DAP RAAF Parafield 24Oct46.  
					1 AD RAAF 12Jun47. 1 APU 20Jun47.  1 AD RAAF Tocumwal 03Mar48.  civil conversion becoming a 
					DC-3C DCA VH-ABC Aug49 maintained by Trans Australian Airlines VH-CAQ 04Sep50.   
					Landing accident Camden 27Mar51 W/O   
				92481 (MSN 12286) to USAAF Feb 13, 1944.  To RAF as FZ687 Feb 24, 1944.  ATTDU RAF May 24, 1944.  TCDU RAAF
					22 MU RAF Nov 23, 1946.  AGT Gatwick Apr 22, 1947 for spares.
				92482 (MSN 12287) to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17136 Jan 13, 1944
				92483 (MSN 12289) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  To RAF as FR691 but NTU.  To RCAF as Dakota IIIR 961 Feb 18, 1944, 
					later 12289.  Later on civilian market as CF-AAB with Austin Airways Ltd, Toronto. Later registered
					as N2290L with Federal Land Corp Jul 197.  Titusville Cocoa Fit Center Inc, FL, Main Line Cont Inn System,
					Los Angeles, CA Jun 1979.  American Aircraft Services, Miami, FL Jul 18, 1979.  Miami Air Lease Inc,
					Miami, FL US Feb 198.  J. J. Diaz, Miami, FL Aug 11, 1980.
				92484 (MSN 12290) to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17132 Jan 21, 1944
				92485 (MSN 12291) to USAAF Feb 14, 1944.  To RAF as FZ688 Feb 21, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 18, 1944.
					266 Sqdn RAF Jun 14, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Jul 4, 1944.  76 Sqdn RAF.  1336 TSCU RAF Aug 16, 1945.
					72 MU RAF Apr 17, 1946.  WFU Jul 17, 1946.  To Aerolineas Argentinas as
					LV-ACY.  W/o Mar 26, 1951 when crashed during landing at
					Ushuaia, Argentina.  11 killed, 4 injured.
				92486 (MSN 12292) to USAAF Feb 24, 1944.  To RAF in India as FZ689 Mar 2, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF. 96 Sqdn RAF.
					WFU Oct 4, 1945.
				92487 (MSN 12293) to USAAF Feb 24, 1944.  to RAF as FZ690 Feb 24, 1944.  RAF Montreal Feb 29, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF.
					512 Sqdn RAF Mar 14, 1944.  Crashed on Normandy beaches, France Jun 6, 1944.
				92488 (MSN 12294) to USAAF Feb 22, 1944.  to RAF as FZ691 at RAF Montreal Mar 5, 1944.  To UK Mar 12, 1944.
					107 OTU RAF Apr 20, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF.  Struck KG513 at Leicester East, UK Oct 2, 1945.
					To KLM Apr 26, 1946 for spares.
				92489 (MSN 12295) to USAAF Feb 19, 1944.  To RAF at RAF Montreal Feb 29, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 15, 1944.
					437 Sqdn RAF 28 Sep 1944.  To Canadian government Jun 16, 1946.  to RCAF as FZ692, later renumbered 12945 in 1970.  
					121 KU RCAF. 424 S&R Sqdn RCAF.  N91GA Gilley Airways Corp, Hartsville SC Jul 1973.  To civil registry as C-GRSB 
					dept of Energy Mines and Resources, Ottawa May 1975 (operated by Canadian Center for Remote Sensors Sep 1975).
					C-GXAU Quikway Aviation, Brooks, Alberta 1976 but NTU.  C-GXAU Quikway Aviation, Brooks, Alberta Jul 1980.
					Currently on display at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Mount Hope, Ontario.
				92490 (MSN 12296) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17138 Jan 17, 1944
				92491 (MSN 12297) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17139 Jan 13, 1944
				92492 (MSN 12299) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  To RAF at RAF Montreal as FZ693 Feb 2, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 28, 1944.
					107 OTU RAF May 18, 1944.  1333 CU RAF.  WFU Feb 4, 1947. Returned to USAAF Apr 15, 1947.  To G-AKII Sep 18, 1947.
					To VP-BBR Feb 3, 1960.  To HC-AVQ 1971.  To N77KW Oct 1976.  To N101AP May 1981.  WFU Apr 23, 1991.
				92493 (MSN 12300) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  To RAF as FZ694 Feb 1, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Apr 24, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Ssep 34, 1944.
					To Canadian government Jun 16, 1946.  To RCAF as Dakota III FZ694 Aug 26, 1946, later 12300.  WFU.
					To CF-WTV Jan 9, 1968.  To N90HA Apr 9, 1985.  To C-GVKB current 2011.
				92494 (MSN 12301) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III FZ695 Feb 21, 1944 at RAF Montral.  To UK 
					Mar 13, 1944.  57t Sqdn RAF Apr 18, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Feb Feb 28, 1946.  To Canadian government Apr 22, 1946.  
					Transferred to RCAF Apr 15, 1947 as FZ695 Apr 22, 1946, later reserialed 12301.  Centreal Experimental And
					Proving Establishmend ca 1953.  WFU 1968.  To CF-YDH Jan 31, 19679.
				92495 (MSN 12302) to USAAF Feb 20, 1944.  To RAF as FZ696 at RAF Montreal Feb 29, 1944.  To UK Mar 12, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Apr 24, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Oct 3, 1945.  167 Sqdn RAF Oct 24, 1945.  SOC Jul 10, 1946
				92496 (MSN 12303) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  To RAF as FZ697 Feb 5, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  To UK Feb 22, 1944.
					107 OTU RAF May 16, 1944.  QQ 45 Gp RAF Dec 28, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF.  Returned to USAAF 
					Jul 10, 1946.  WFU.  Canadair Ltd Jul 17, 1946.  PP-JAB Linhas aereas Natal Dec 13, 1946. PP-YPU of 
					S. A. Transportes Aereos REAL Varig.  Cariaba Metals Ind Comercio SA Mar 21, 1971.
					Coop Colonizacao 3 DE US Marco.  Expired May 30, 1974.  Preserved at Canarana, Matto Grosso.
				92497 (MSN 12304) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  to RAF as FZ698 Feb 6, 1945 at RAF Montreal.  To UK Feb 10, 1944.
					575 Sqdn RAF Jan 20, 1945.  1383 Transport) Conversion Unit, RAF Crosby on Eden; .  22 Maintenance Unit, 
					RAF Silloth, Cumberland 21Dec47.  Sec da Aviação Civil, Portugal Sep46; Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, 
					Scotland 18Oct46; Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946.
					Registered G-AJBC with Scottish Aviation, Ltd Oct 18, 1946.  Registration cancelled 
					Feb 13, 1948 on sale to National Greek Airlines as SX-BBC. TAE Greek National Airlines 7Jul51; 
					Olympic Airways 1957; To Royal Hellenic Air Force 5Jan63 as 12304; KEA [State Aircraft Factory] 
					Hellenikon, modified for target towing 26Jan68; KEA [State Aircraft Factory] Hellenikon, 
					modified to photographic configuration 27Mar69; WFU 22Feb77
				92498 (MSN 12305) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  to RAF as KG310 Mar 1, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  To UK Mar 11, 1944.
					575 Sqdn RAF Apr 13, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 34, 1944.  DBR when wing hit ground on
					approach and aircraft undershot runway, Schwechat, Germany Nov 17, 1945
				92499 (MSN 12306) to USAAF Jan 19, 1944.  to RAF as KG311 Feb 4, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  57 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.
					12 MU Tech Training comm, Nenlow Jan w3, 1948.  12 MU RAF Jan 12, 1950.  USAF/MAAG May 27, 1953.  To
					French AF.  Returned to USAF May 27, 1953.  GT 3/61 "FRAQB" May 1954 . GT 1/61 Feb 1955.  GT 2/61 "FRQCC" Jun 1955.
					GT 2/64 Dec 1956.  GT 1/64 "FRAKD" Aug 1958.  GLA 498 "FSCHK: May 1960.  BA 701 "FTEBG" Jan 19y3.  92e EB May 1965.
					GTLA 2/60 Jul 1965.  To Israel Defense Force Jan 25, 1967.
				92500 (MSN 12307) to USAAF Jan 13, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG312 Feb 6, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  
					To UK Feb 18, 1944.  57t Sqdn RAF Mar 8, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1944.  Transferred to Canadian
					government Jun 16, 1946.  Transferred to RCAF as KG312 Aug 26, 1946, later renumbered 12912 in Jun 1970.
					To C-GPOA Oct 1980.  To C-FROD.  WFU Sep 15, 1995.
				92501 (MSN 12309) to USAAF Jan 13, 1944.  to RAF as KG314 Feb 21, 1944 at RAF Montreal. 233 Sqsdn RAF Mar 18, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Apr 22, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Mar 1945.  383 TCU RaF Jun 3, 1946.  22 MU RAF Aug 20, 1946.  
					Sold Dec 19, 1946.  To PH-TCV of KLM.  W/o Dec 27, 1947 Leeuwarden, Holland on approach.
				92502 (MSN 12310) to USAAF Jan 13, 1944.   to RAF as KG315 at RAF Montreal Feb 1, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.
					437 Sqdn RAF Sep 1944.  Missing from mission to Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 23, 1944.
				92503 (MSN 12311) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17141 Jan 17, 1944
				92504 (MSN 12312) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17142 Jan 19, 1944
				92505 (MSN 12313) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17143 Jan 25, 1944
				92506 (MSN 12314) to USAAF Jan 14, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG317 at RAF Montreal Feb 18, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF
					Feb 29, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 12, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF Apr 17, 1946.  Transferred to
					Canadian government  Jun 2, 1946.  To RCAF Aug 26, 1946 as KG317, later renumbered 12314.  W/o Summerside, Canada
					Apr 29, 1950.  KG316 seems to have been skipped, as there is no RAF record on it (it was 42-108840 that
					was transferred to RAAF as A65-36).
				92507 (MSN 12315) to USAAF Jan 14, 1944.  To RAF as KG318 at RAF Montreal Feb 6, 1944.  To UK Apr 10, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF May 8, 1944.  Destroyed by fire when force landed near Dunkerque Nov 20, 1944 following flak hit.
				92508 (MSN 12316) to USAAF Jan 14, 1944.  to RAF in Montreal as KG319 Feb 6, 1944.  To RAF in India May 4, 1944.  
					117 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92509 (MSN 12317) to USAAF Jan 12, 1944.  to RAF in UK as KG320 Feb 23, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.
					435 Sqdn RAF Feb 19, 1946.  Rey sqdn RAF Mar 17, 1946.  To Canadian government Apr 16, 1946.  To RCAF
					as KG320 Jul 20, 1946.   To C-FBVF Jun 30, 1970. Cancelled Jun 16, 1995.
					Noted as N47TF at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA.
				92510 (MSN 12319) to USAAF Jan 12, 1944.  to RAF as KG322 at RAF Montrea Feb 4, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.
					Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1945.  To TC-ETI with Devlet Hava Yollari.  To THY (Turkish
					Airlines Jan 14, 1958.  Crashed short of runway while on approach to Ankara, Turkey Feb 3, 1964.  3 crew killed.
				92511 (MSN 12320) to USAAF Jan 17, 1944.  to RAF as KG323 at RAF Montreal Feb 29, 1944. To UK Mar 13, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Apr 22, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Feb 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946.  FLC Payne Field
					Nov 28, 1946.  To VT-CHC Jan 1, 1947.  WFU 1951.
				92512 (MSN 12321) to USAAF Jqn 12, 1944.  to RAF as KG324 at RAF Montreal Feb 6, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.  
					Missing from mission to Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 20, 1944
				92513 (MSN 12322) to USAAF Jan 11, 1944.  to RAF as KG325 at RAF Montreal Feb 6, 1944.  To UK Feb 16, 1944.
					575 Sqdn RAF Broadwell Mar 8, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.
					to FLC at Payne Field May 29, 1947.  To SX-BAF Mar 8, 1949.  W/o Apr 23, 1949.
				92514 (MSN 12323) to USAAF Jan 14, 1944.  To RAF as KG326 at RAF Montreal Feb 6, 1944. 575 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.
					48 Sqdn RAF Jan 1945.   Flew into hill in cloud 2 mi NE of Dessen, Germany Apr 21, 1945.
				92515 (MSN 12324) to USAAF Jan 14, 1944. To RAF as KG327 at RAF Montreal Feb 5, 1944.  TO UK Feb 18, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF Mar 8, 1944.  22 MU RAF Apr 27, 1945.  Returned to USAAF Apr 26, 1946.
					To Fred Olsen Line Nov 1946 as LN-NAB.  SAS Oct 3, 195 to Apr 15, 1956.  SE-CFM Linjeflyug (Dagens Nhyeter)
					Apr 9, 19578.  UNO Congo Oct 2, 1961 to Dec 4, 1961.  OE-LBC Austrian Airlines "Edelweiss" Jan 3, 1963.
					G-ATZF Shackleton Aviation Ltd Sep 16, 1966.  Cancelled Oct 6, 1966 on sale to Far Eastern Trading.  Destroyed
					in Vientaine, Laos.
				92516 (MSN 12325) to USAAF Jan 13, 1944.  To RAF as KG328 at RAF Montreal Feb 6, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.
					Med M  East RAF Feb 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.  FLC at Payne Field Mar 29, 1947.
				92517 (MSN 12326) to USAAF Jan 17, 1944.  To RAF as KG329 at RAF Montreal Feb 5, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.
					Shot down by flak near Ranville, France during supply drop mission Jun 7, 1944.
				92518 (MSN 12327) to USAAF Jan 14, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG330 at RAF Montreal Feb 5, 1944.  
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944. 437 Sqdn RAF Dec 9, 1945.   Transferred to Canadian government
					Apr 22, 1946, To RCAF as KG330 Jun 20, 1946. 429 Sqdn RCAF, Winnipeg, Nanitoba.  Later renumbered 12913 in 1970.
					WFU.  To C-GWZS May 7, 1976.  WFU 1996.
				92519 (MSN 12329) to USAAF Jan 18, 1944.  to RAF at RAF Montreal as Dakota III KG332 Feb 67, 1944.
					575 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.  SOC Jun 24, 1946
				92520 (MSN 12330) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17133 Jan 17, 1944
				92521 (MSN 12331) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17135
				92522 (MSN 12332) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944.  to RAF as KG333 at RAF Montreal Feb 6, 1944. 512 Sqdn RAF
					Fwb 23, 1944.  1383 TCU RAF.  22 MU RAF Jun 19, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Oct 5, 1946.  
					Registered G-AIOF Oct 14, 1946, which must mean that it never
					left the UK.       Sec-tia Aeron Civil, Portugal 20Sep46  G-AIOF Scottish Aviation Ltd 05Oct46  
					SX-BBB Hellenic Airways 09Mar48  TAE 07Jul51 CF-HHR  NTU  CF-SAW Saskatchewan Govt Airways  27Nov53  
					Northland Airlines Ltd 10Jul61.  Trans Gaspesian Airlines Ltd 14Nov61   Air Gaspe Inc 18Jul62   
					N3339 Omni Aircraft Sales Inc, Wash, NC US    NI2CA S Burnstein, Tulsa, OK US   
					CF-NAO Nordair Ltd, Montreal, PQ 24Feb72  Pemair Ltd 1974  Austin Airways  1975  N59SC Space Coast Avn, 
					Merritt Island, FL US Aug77.  Bass Avn, Hattiesburg, MS R12Sep77  Southern Flyer L Mar80   current 2011 
				92523 (MSN 12333) to USAAF Jan 17, 1944.  to RAF as KG334 at RAF Montreal Feb 8, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF
					Feb 23, 1944.  2 TAMU RAF Dec 18, 1945.  To civil registry as G-AJZD Jun 18,
					1947 with British Aviation Services Ltd, Silver City Airways Feb 18, 1948.  Britich
					Nederland Air Services Mar 22, 1948.  To PH-KAG Nov 29, 1950 with Shell Oil, F-BFGU with Alpes
					Provence Dec 8, 1950, Air France Apr 1951, to Air Madagascar
					as 5R-MAG Feb 1963, To Madagascar AF as 5R-MMC Dec 1971.
				92524 (MSN 12334) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17144 Jan 21, 1944
				92525 (MSN 12335) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17145 Jan 28, 1944
				92526 (MSN 12336) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17146 Jan 17, 1944
				92527 (MSN 12337) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17147 Jan 24, 1944
				92528 (MSN 12339) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17149 Jan 21, 1944
				92529 (MSN 12340) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17150 Jan 21, 1944
				92530 (MSN 12341) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17151 Jan 21, 1944
				92531 (MSN 12342) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17152 Jan 21, 1944
				92532 (MSN 12343) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944.  To RAF in UK as KG335, diverted to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 17153 Jan 21, 1944.
				92533 (MSN 12344) to USAAF Jan 18, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG337 Feb 23, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  48 Sqdn
					RAF Mar 13, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 15, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF Mar 17, 19467.   Transferred to
					Canadian government Jun 2, 1946, To RCAF as KG337u Aug 26, 1946, later renumbered 12914 in Jun 1970. 
					To CF-NTF with Northwest Territorial Airways, Ltd, Yellowknife, NWT Jan 25, 1972.  Reregistered C-FNTF
					in 1974.  W/o Mar 17, 2000
				92534 (MSN 12345) to USAAF Jan 18, 1944.  To RAF as KG338 Feb 13, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.  
					437 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1944.  Destroyed in air attack at Antwerp, Belgium Jun 30, 1944.
				92535 (MSN 12346) to USAAF Feb 21, 1944.  To RAF as KG339 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944.  To UK Mar 13, 1944.  
					575 Sqdn RAF Apr 24, 1944.  Med M East Feb 28, 19k46.  Returned to USAAF Jul 31, 1947.  To Jupiter
					Airways Ltd as VT-CHD Jan 21, 1947.  WFU 1951.
				92536 (MSN 12347) to USAAF Jan 29, 1944.  to RAF as KG340 at RAF Montreal Feb 6, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.
					MIA near Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 21, 1944, believed shot down by Fw 190s
				92537 (MSN 12349) to USAAF 27Jan44.  Originally was to have gone  to RAF as KG342 but NTU.   departed US 18Jan44.
					To RAAF as A65-37 09Feb44.  3 AD 17Feb44.   DAT 33 Sqn RAAF yellow UG behind cockpit window VH-CUG Feb44 
					Crashed on take-off Nazab, Papua New Guinea 07Jul44, crew uninjured.  11 RSU RAAF 10Jul44.  Scrapped 10Aug44  
				92538 (MSN 12350) to USAAF Jan 27, 1944.  to RAF as KG343 Feb 23, 1944.  757 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.  
					Destroyed by fire after hitting another (unidentified) Dakota while landing in dust cloud due
					to shellfire, Camilly, France Jun 17, 1944.
				92539 (MSN 12351) to USAAF Jan 22, 1944.  to RAF as KG344 at RAF Montreal Mar 2, 1944.  To UK Mar 13, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Apf 22, 1944.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.  To Foreign Liquidation Commission, 
					Payne Field, Egypt 29May47;  Technical and Aeronautical Exploitations 1947;  TAE Greek National Airlines 
					Jul 7, 1951.  Registered SX-BAE.  Olympic Airways 1957; Royal Hellenic Air Force 5Jan63 as 12351; 
					355/1 Flight, Sedes, Thessaloniki c1976; WFU 1990, scrapped [last noted Apr96
				92540 (MSN 12352) to USAAF Jan 27, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG345 at RAF Montreal Feb 4, 1944.  To UK Mar 31, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF Apr 26, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 19, 1944.  525 Sqdn RAF May 16, 1946.  437 Sqen RAF Jun 16, 1946.
					Transferred to Canadian government Jun 16, 1946.  To RCAF
					Aug 26, 1946 as KG345, later renumbered 12352.  To CF-XUS Jan 24, 1969, later C-FXUS.
					To  HK-2663X 1981.  To HK-2663.
					On April 7, 2016, about 1200 coordinated universal time, a Douglas DC3-C, Colombian 
					registration HK2663, was destroyed during a post impact fire, following a forced landing 
					to a field due to a loss of power on the left engine during initial climb from Puerto Gaitan Airport 
					(SKPG), Puerto Gaitan, Colombia. The two pilots and one crewmember incurred minor injuries.
				92541 (MSN 12353) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF as KG346 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.  
					Missing from mission to Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 21, 1944
				92542 (MSN 12354) to USAAF Jan 18, 1944.  To RAF in UK as KG347 Feb 26, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Apr 22, 1944. 
					Missing from supply dropping mission to Normandy Jun 6, 1944.
				92543 (MSN 12355) to USAAF Jan 17, 1944.  To RAF as KG348 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.  To UK Mar 13, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Apr 22, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Oct 3, 1945.  Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland for 
					overhaul and civilianisation; Transferred to BOAC Apr 19, 1946, registered as as G-AHCY
					Jun 19, 1946.  To BEA Sep 3, 1946.  Crashed into hillside at Wimberry Stones,
					Saddleworth, England Aug 19, 1949.  G-AHCY was being used for a scheduled flight from Nutts 
					Corner, Belfast, Northern Ireland, to Ringway Airport, Manchester. The aircraft left Nutts Corner 
					for what should have been an 80 minutes flight to Ringway, most of this flight was under 
					Instrument Flight Rules due to cloud cover. It was while making a turn towards Ringway that 
					the aircraft flew into high ground near Wimberry Stones. The aircraft was flying with the 
					undercarriage lowered in preparation for landing but was further east than it should have been.
				92544 (MSN 12356) to USAAF Jan 19, 1944.  to RAF as KG349 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.  To UK Mar 12, 1944.  
					512 sqdn RAF Apr 24, 1944.  57 Sqdn RAF Apr 27, 1944.  10 Sqdn RAF.  1336 TSCU RAF Aug 16, 1945.
					1381 TCU RAF Mar 1, 19467.  22 MU RAF Jul 11, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Oct 3, 1946.
					To Empressa do Transporte Aereo Brasiliero as
					PP-ACB Jul 2, 1947, to Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AXE Jan 1949. To Brazilian AF 
					as FAB 2076 May 13, 1960.  To Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVU Nov 12, 1976.
					W/o Oct 7, 1978, Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
				92545 (MSN 12357) to USAAF Jan 18, 1944. to RAF as Dakota III KG350 Feb 21, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Mar 13, 1944
					Kemble RAF Oct 12, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF Jeb 22, 1946.  Transferred to Canadian government
					Jun 23, 1946.  To RCAF as KG350 Aug 26, 1946, later renumbered 12915 in 1970.  1 ANS RCAF.  CNS RCAF.
					Centeral Epeerimental Proving Establishment RCAF< Uplands, Ontario.  To C-GWMX RC Wilkinson, Calgary, Alberta
					registered  Jul 4, 1975.  Northwest Territories Airways, Yellowknife, NWT Jun 1977, Yellowbird Investments, 
					Calgary 1978.  Kenn Borek Air Mar 1979.  Sthn Frontier Air Tpt Aug 1980.  Sky Sports Ltd, Claresholm Jul 1981.
					To N29958 S. J. Cooney Whitefish, MT May 1982. Noctornal Aviation Corp, Denver, CO Dec 20, 1982. 
					Damaged May 30, 1983.
				92546 (MSN 12359) to USAAF 27Jan44.  Was to have gone to RAF as KG352 but NTU.  departed US 18Jan44.   To RAAF as A65-33 06Feb44 
					3 AD 14Feb44.   36 Sqn coded RE-F VH-CUE RAAF 22Feb44.  Swung to starboard landing and struck bank at Wards 
					Aerodrome May 16, 1944, Port Moresby, PNG.  Crew and 22 passengers were uninjured 15 ARD 20May44 scrapped 24Oct44   
				92547 (MSN 12360) to USAAF 25Jan44.  to RAAF as A65-32 03Feb44 WFU  
					3 AD RAAF 11Feb44.  36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-O VH-CUD 20Feb44.   13 ARD RAAF 09May44.  36 Sqn RAAF 19May44.
					 33 Sqn RAAF coded BT-Q 14Aug46.  DAP RAAF Parafield 10Apr46.  1 AD RAAF 28Oct46.  38 Sqn RAAF 11Nov46.
					36 Sqn RAAF 15Jan47 to Queensland Airways as VH-BBV Aug 1947.    Aircraft Pty Ltd Brisbane QLD Australia 24Jul47.
  					Crashed into sea Mar 14, 1954 off Mackay Q.
				92548 (MSN 12361) to USAAF 26Jan44.  Was to have gone to RAF as KG352 but NTU.  To RAAF as A65-39 16Feb44.  
					3 AD 23Mar44.   38 Sqn RAAF VH-CIG 03Mar44.  36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-Z 26Jan45.   
					Struck mountainside Housecap near Maprik drop zone in Papua New Guinea 03May45 
				92549 (MSN 12362) to USAAF Jan 17, 1944.  to RAF as KG353 at RAF Monteal Feb 26, 1944.  To UK Jun 4, 1944.  
					105 (T)OTU RAF Sep 18, 1944.  Crashed when took off with
					control locks in place, Caen/Carpiquet, France Oct 27, 1944
				92550 (MSN 12363)to USAAF Jan 19, 1944.  To RAF as KG354 at RAF Montreal Feb 25, 1944.  To UK Mar 12, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Apr 212, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF sep 24, 1944.  Transferred to Canadian government Jun 17, 1946
 					Transferred to RCAF Jun 23, 1946 as KG354 Aug 26, 1946.  Shearwater, Nova Scotia  reserialled as 12916
					Jun 1970.  WFU.  C-GABE.  N59314 Basler Fit Svces, Oshkosh, WI R07May78  Frontier Flying Service 1978   
					J L Dodson Trustee, Fairbanks, AK US R24Aug78 damaged 27Jul79 Bettles, AK US   
					J. Hajdukovich, Fairbanks, AK, B26May82 current 2011  
				92551 (MSN 12364) to USAAF Jan 19, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG355 at RAF Montreal Feb 34, 1944.
					To UK Mar 6, 1944.  57 Sqdn RAF Apr 24, 1944.  Destroyed on ground during enemy
					air raid, Deurne, Belgium Jan 1, 1945.
				92552 (MSN 12365) to USAAF Jan 27, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG356 at RAF MOntreal Feb 2, 1944.
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 16, 1944.  MIA over Normandy Jun 6, 1944.
				92553 (MSN 12366) to USaaF Jan 31, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG357 at RAF Montreal Feb 2, 1944.  
					To UK Apr 10, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF May 8, 1944.  1 PTS RAF Dec 1, 1944.  22 Maintenance Unit RAF Dec 2, 1946.
					United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA); Fokker, Netherlands for civil 
					modifications 10Jun46; Returned to USAAF Feb 19, 1947.  Connor Aircraft Feb 19, 1947.  
					To YU-ABA of Juboslovenski Aero-Transport Jun 10, 1947.  WFU 1970
				92554 (MSN 12367) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944. to RAF as Dakota III KG358 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.  
					271 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.  77 sqdn RAF.  22 MU RAF Apr 17, 1946.  To KLM for spares Jun 24, 1946
				92555 (MSN 12369) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG360 at RAF Montreal Feb 3, 1944.  
					To UK 08Mar44  ATTDU RAF 04May44   107 OTU RAF 02Jul44   1333 TSCU RAF May45   22 MU RAF 26Aug46 
					 Canadair Ltd 06Sep46  CF-ESO Imperial Oil Ltd, Toronto, Ont R06May47  Imperial Oil Air Tpt Ltd
					04Mar49   Imperial Oil Ltd 04Nov55  N583V Artnell Avn. Corp 22May66   Vantress Farms Inc, Duluth, GA 
					US Meteor Aero Inc Jun73  Fayard Enterprises Mar77  Skytrain Inc, Mena, AR R12Jun79  C. Wilkinson, 
					Ft Worth, TX US  B21Oct82.  current 2011 
				92556 (MSN 12370) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG361 at RAF Montreal Feb 1, 1944.  
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Oct 15, 1945.  167 Sqdn RAF Oct 24, 1945.  SOC Jun 12, 1947
				92557 (MSN 12371) to RAF Jan 21, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG362 at RAF Montreal Feb 1, 1944.  
					To UK 11Feb44.   271 Sqn RAF 19Mar44.  22 MU RAF 27Apr46   Canadair Ltd 17Jul46.
					LG-ANA Emp Guatemalteca DE US Aviation Oct47.  TG-ANA Aviateca Reregistered 29Oct 2004
				92558 (MSN 12372) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG363 at RAF Montreal Feb 1, 1944.
					575 Sqn RAF 23Feb44.  187 Sqn RAF 18Feb46.  512 Sqn RAF 14Mar46.  22 MU RAF 18Apr46  
					To Fred Olsen Line Apr 1947 as LN-NAE.  Crashed Apr 4, 1952 3 km N of 
					Mimizan.
				92559 (MSN 12373) to USAAF Jan 29, 1944. to RAF as Dakota III KG364 at RAF Montreal Feb 5, 1944.  
					48 Sqn RAF 28Feb44.  1336 Transport Support Conversion Unit, Welford, Berkshire RAF 20Aug45.  
					1381 TCU RAF 14Dec45.  22 MU RAF RAF Silloth, Cumberland 10Jul46.   
					Sec da  Aviação Civil, Portugal 20Sep46.  Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 8Oct46; 
					registered G-AIOE 14Oct46. Registration cancelled Mar 1, 1948 on sale to National Greek Airlines as SX-BBA.  
					TAE Greek National Airlines 7Jul51; To Olympic Airways Apr 1957. To  Royal Hellenic Air Force 
					5Jan63 as 12373; WFU 22Feb77
					[there is no evidence in the UK CAA registration file, nor in the 1950 Greek register of this aircraft 
					being LX-LAC; LX-LAC was a dH-89A Dominie]
				92560 (MSN 12374) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG365 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944. 
					271 Sqn RAF 19Feb44.  1 PTS RAF 10Dec45.  22 MU RAF 18Apr46.   Canadair Ltd 17Jul 1946.  
					HC-SBR ShellCO US of Ecuador 29Jan48.   HC-SJB-002 AREA Reregisteed HP-212 Isthmian Aviation Corp 1955.  
					HK-862 Taxi Aereo DE US Santander RI5Dec55.  Crashed at Bogota, Colombia 08Mar64 
				92561 (MSN 12375) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG366 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.  
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 14, 1944.  Flew into trees in cloud and crashed near Watlington, UK Mar 21, 1944.
				92562 (MSN 12376) to USAAF Jan 21, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG367 at RAF Montreal Feb 2, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF Feb 214, 1944.  44 MU RAF Jun 17, 1946.  Relegated to ground instructional
					airframe as 6346M Jun 1947.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				92563 (MSN 12377) to USAAF Jan 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG368 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 14, 194.  437 Sqdn RAF Mah 12, 1946.  .  To Canadian government Jun 16, 1946
					To RCAF as KG368 09Sep46 WFU 22Sep47  Canadair Ltd 27Oct47  NC1388N   CF-GEI Eldorado Mining & 
					Refining Ltd, Ottawa, Ont R05Dec47 crashed 12Sep52 Goldfields, Sask and rebuilt as CF-ILQ Austin 
					AfW Ltd, Toronto, Ont R12Jan56.  crashed Rupert River, Canada 09Jan64  
				92564 (MSN 12379) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG370 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.  
					48 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.  Missing on mission to Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 23, 1944
				92565 (MSN 12380) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG371 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.  
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 14, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF Jul 24, 1946.  22 MU RAF Dec 16, 1946.  .
					Returned to USAAF Apr 15, 1947.  To Ste Tunis Air as F-BAXV Apr 1948.  TS-AXV Rr Nov59  
					7T-VAV  Air Algerie RI2Nov63  WFU Feb74 St Algiers (Oct78).
				92566 (MSN 12381) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG372 at RAF Montreal Feb 1, 1944
					271 Sqdn RAF Feb 19, 1944.  32 Maintenance Unit RAF St Athan, Wales Jun 15, 1944.  1 Parachute
					Training School, RAF Ringway, Manchester Nov 17, 1945.  22 Maintenance Unit RAF Silloth, Cumberland Apr 18, 1946.  
					Conner Aircraft 19Dec46; Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.  Foreign Liquidation Commission 27Mar47; 
					Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (JAT) 30Aug47; registered YU-ABE; On a flight from Frankfurt to Munich 
					8Jun51, the plane caught fire and force landed at Wittelsbach, West Germany. All three crew members 
					and eight passengers escaped injury
				92567 (MSN 12382) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG373 at RAF Montreal Feb 2, 1944.  
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 23, 1944.  1383 TSCU RAF.  22 MU RAF Jul 3, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Jan 21, 1947.
					To PH-TDR with KLM Jul 3, 1946.  To VT-CNC Deccan AFW "Razia begum" Jul 29, 1947.  To Indian Airlines 
					Corp Aug 1, 1953.  To Indian AF Mar 24, 1962 as BJ619.
				92568 (MSN 12383) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944. to RAF as Dakota III KG374 at RAF Montreal Feb 4, 1944.  
					To UK May 17, 1944. Assigned to 271 Squadron Jun 10, 1944.  Shot down by flak 
					over Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 19, 1944.  Flt Lt David Lord was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross while flying
					KG374.
				92569 (MSN 12384) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG375 at RAF Montreal Feb 4, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF Feb 18, 1944.  DBR when struck while parked by Whitley
					LA793 at Hampstead Norris Mar 5, 1944.
				92570 (MSN 12385) to USAAF Jan 26, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG376 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF Feb 14, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 18, 1944.  Crashed near Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 21, 1944 after
					crew bailed out following flak hit.
				92571 (MSN 12386) to USAAF Jan 22, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG377 at RAF Montreal Jan 30, 1944.  
					512 Sqdn RAF Jeb 14, 1944.  22 MU RAF Oct 25, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Dec 14, 1946.  Registered
					G-AJAV with Silver City AFW Ltd Jan 9, 1947.  To USA as N19E with General Electric Co,
					Schenectady, NY Sep 5, 1950, later became N70F with Radio Corporation of America, Camden, NJ
					Nov 1953  (Note: FAA card quotes c!n 9075 for last two but also gives 42-92571 see c/n 9075)  
					YV-PEPO Orinoco MiningCO US 15Oct57  YV-T-RTC R G Gruber 3IJul68   (Note: Venezuelan records 
					give GECO US and RCA as owners prior to Orinoco, and it would seem N70F and N40G were regn 
					transfers with c/n 9075). Preserved at Museo Aeronautica Fuerza Aerea Venezolana, Maracay,  
					Palo Negro, Venezuela.
				92572 (MSN 12387) to USAAF Jan 27, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG378 at RAF Monteal Feb 4, 1944.  
					271 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.  1 PTS RAF Nov 19, 1945.  22 MU RAF Apr 17, 1946. 
					to Canadair Ltd Jul 17, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Oct 28, 1946
					To Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ACX.  Damaged Feb 13, 1953 when landed gear-up at
					Trelew, Argentina.  Aircraft was repaired and returned to service.
					Crashed in Sierraqs de Vilgo, Argentina Apr 23, 1954 on regular
					passenger flight between Mendoza and Cordoba.  25 killed.
42-92573/92743		Douglas C-47A-10-DK Skytrain
				MSN s beginning with 12389 and ending with 12577,  with entries ending with '8' skipped.
				92573 (MSN 12389) to USAAF Jan 29, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG380 at RAF Montreal Feb 5, 1944.  
					575 Sqdn RAF Feg 23, 1944.  1382 TCU RAF.  To Scottish Aviation Ltd Nov 26, 1946.  
					Returned to USAAF Jun 19, 1947
				92574 (MSN 12390) to USSR Feb 22, 1944
				92575 (MSN 12391) to USSR Feb 18, 1944
				92576 (MSN 12392) to USSR Feg 27, 1944
				92577 (MSN 12393) converted to C-47C with Edo floats.  To RFC Oct 15, 1945.  
				92578 (MSN 12394) to USSR Mar 8, 1944
				92579 (MSN 12395) to USSR Feb 27, 1944
				92580 (MSN 12396) to USSR Feb 27, 1944
				92581 (MSN 12397) to USSR Feb 24, 1944
				92582 (MSN 12399) to USSR Feb 24, 1944
				92583 (MSN 12400) to USSR Feb 22, 1944
				92584 (MSN 12401) to USSR Feb 22, 1944
				92585 (MSN 12402) to USSR Feb 24, 1944
				92586 (MSN 12403) to USSR Mar 3, 1944
				92587 (MSN 12404) to USSR Mar 3, 1944
				92588 (MSN 12405) to USSR Feb 27, 1944
				92589 (MSN 12406) to USSR Feb 24, 1944
				92590 (MSN 12407) to USSR Mar 3, 1944
				92591 (MSN 12409) to USSR Feb 18, 1944
				92592 (MSN 12410) to USSR Feb 24, 1944.
				92593 (MSN 12411) to USAAF Feb 1, 1944.  to RAF at Patricia Bay as Dakota III KG381 Feb 20, 1944.  
					To RCAF as 964.  435 Sqdn RCAF May 9, 1944.  146 Sqdn RCAF 1948 1 ANS VCDHY 1951.
					Reserialed 12951 Jun 1970.  CF-OOY Atlas Aviation Ltd Mar 13, 1972.  Kenting Atlas Aviation Ldt
					Toronto, Ontario Feb 12, 1973.  Kenn Borek Air Kenting Aviation Ltd, Calgary.
					Crashed Nov 3, 1975 42 mi N of Frobisher Bay, Northwest Territories. 
				92594 (MSN 12412) to USAAF Jan 29, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG382 Feb 18, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF Feb 22, 1944, 
					no RAF service.  To civilian registry with Trans Canada Airlines as CF-TEA 1946
				92595 (MSN 12413) to USAAF Jan 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG383 at RAF Nassau Feb 20, 1944.  
					Diverted to South African AF as 6829, no RAF service.  5 Wing SAAF 1946  28 Sqdn SAAF 1946.  27 Sqdn SaAF
					Mar 1968.  WFU 1978.
				92596 (MSN 12414) to USAAF Jan 27, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG384 at RAF Nassau Mar 2, 1944.  
					Diverted to South African AF as 6830 Mar 31, 1944, no RAF service.  To SX-DFB Feb 7, 1951,
					crashed Jul 27, 1952 at Benghazi, Libya.  Also reported on civil registry as N45864, cancelled Dec 7, 2012.
				92597 (MSN 12415) to USAAF Jan 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG385 at RAF Nassau Mar 2, 1944.  Diverted to 
					South African AF as 6828 Mar 12, 1944, no RAF service. Current 2011.
				92598 (MSN 12416) to USAAF Jan 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG386 at RAF Montreal Feb 15, 1944.
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.  76 Sqdn RAF 1945.  1336 TCU RAF Aug 16, 1945.  
					To BOAC as G-AGZE Mar 8, 1946, leased to BEA as G-AGZE, to UAT as F-BEFS. Leased to Air Maroc as F-BEFS, 
					leased to Air Normandie as F-BEFS, leased to Autrex as F-BEFS. August 12, 1954 destroyed/missing on 
					Saigon - Hanoi flight, three crew fatal while used by Autrex. The Douglas production list also has it 
					continued registration as CF-GHQ with Maritime Central Airways of Ontario. 
					But this registration never was taken up probably due missing. 
				92599 (MSN 12417) to USAAF Jan 28, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG387 at RAF Montreal Feb 23, 1944.  
					272 Sqdn RAF Apr 22, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 18, 1944.  MIA on mission to Arnhem at Bourg Leopold,
					Belgium Sep 21, 1944.
				92600 (MSN 12419) to USAAF Feb 3, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG389 at RAF Montreal Feb 10, 1944.
					To UK Feb 18, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.  427 Sqd RAF Sep 18, 1944.
					To Canadian government Jun 17, 1947.  To RCAF Aug 26, 1946.  WFU Jun 23, 1967. To CF-NWS Apr 10, 1968.
					WFU Jan 31, 1996.
				92601 (MSN 12420) to USAAF Feb 3, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG390 at RAF Monteal Feb 8, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF
					Oct 15, 1955.  525 Sqdn RAF Feb 8, 1946.  22 MU Dec 2, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Mar 18, 1947 then 
					to SABENA May 1948 as OO-UBL (NTU), OO-CBL. Crashed Aug 31, 1948 near Elizabethville, Congo.
				92602 (MSN 12421) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944;  to RAF as Dakota III KG391 at RAF Montreal Feb 13, 1944.  
					UK 22Feb44  48 Sqn RAF 05Mar44  271 Sqn RAF 20Dec45   187 Sqn RAF 09Feb46  525 Sqn RAF 14Mar46  
					1381 (T)CU RAF 02Jun46   22 MU RAF 16Jul46  SAL RAF 10Dec46. Returned to USAAF Mar 21, 1947.
					To GG-AJHZ BEA 18Feb47  Pionair " Bentfield Hucks" L W AAC  Alares Devel Ltd tla Jersey Airlines 
					28Mar61 Tyne Tees Air Charter Ltd R06Feb62.  EC-ASQ TASSA L24May62 to 10Mar64.  G-AJHZ Trans 
					World Leasing Ltd RI5Feb65.   S Coast Air Taxis Ltd L Feb65.  Cancelled 14Sep66. Derelict Lisbon 1968 
				92603 (MSN 12422) to USAAF Jan 31, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG392 at RAF Montreal Mar 1, 1944. 
					To UK 13Mar44  512 Sqn RAF 10Apr44  1383 TCU RAF 1945   1382 TCU RAF 13Aug46.
					Sold Sep 26, 1946 but not known to
					whom, then to DDL/SAS May 1948 as OY-AAB "Ragnar Viking" , then OY-KLA with SAS reregistered Sep 1950.
					To F-OAID with HaUl Commis DE US France au Cameroun (Regie Air Cameroun) , then 
					Air Cameroun Jul53  Aerotechnique Aug55 Airnautic 01Apr62  F-BIID J C Brouillet 
					(op by Airnautic) 26Mar64  tla Transgabon Jul65.  Cie Europeenne d'Equipement Jun65  
					TR-LML Transgabon Rr Mar66.   L G Bourgeaud, Libreville Aug68.   cancelled 1969  .
				92604 (MSN 12423) to USAAF Feb 3, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG393 at RAF Montreal Feb 10, 1944.
					To UK Feb 19, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 28, 1944.  108 OTC RAF Nov 25, 1944.  1 PGTS RAF Mar 1, 19448.
					Relegated to ground instructional airframe as 4926M Mar 1948.
				92605 (MSN 12424) to USAAF Feb 2, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG394 at RAF Montreal Feb 10 1944.  
					To UK Feb 20, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 28, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Nov 27, 1944.  To RCAF as KG394 Feb 22, 1946.  
					Europe Jul 1960.  Renumbered 12918 in 1970.  429 Sqdn RCAF, Stored Saskatoon Mar 1975.
					To C-GZCR (ntu), to N89BF, to N99FS.  As C-GUBT with Bradley Air Services, carp Oct 15, 1975.
					with Skycraft Air Transport, Oshawa, Ontario Aug 1979.  To Soundair and
					crashed Jun 22, 1983 at Toronto IAP.
				92606 (MSN 12425) to USAAF Jan 31, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG395 at RAF Montreal Feb 10, 1944.  
					Arrived in UK Feb 19, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 28, 1944.  427 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1944.  To Canadian
					goverment Jun 16, 1946.  Transferred to RCAF as KG395 Aug 26, 1946.  429 Sqdn RCAF based in Winnipeg by 1952.  In
					1970 was allocated RCAF serial 12919.  In 1977 the registration C-GZCR was reserved but not taken up.  Aircraft 
					went to Basler Flight Services of Oshkosh, Wisconsin as N89BF.  In October 1987, the aircraft was registered
					N99FS operating out of Panama City, Florida.  Current 2012
				92607 (MSN 12426) to USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG396 at RAF Montreal Feb 24, 1944.  
					Flew into high ground 12 m SSE of Meeks Field, Iceland Mar 5, 1944 while descending in cloud.
				92608 (MSN 12427) to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17154 Feb 6, 1944
				92609 (MSN 12429) to USAAF Feb 5, 1944.  To US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17156 Feb 5, 1944
				92610 (MSN 12430) to USAAF Feb 5, 1944.  To US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17157 Feb 5, 1944
				92611 (MSN 12431) to USAAF Jan 28, 1944.  To US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17158 Jan 28, 1944
				92612 (MSN 12432) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG397 at RAF Montreal Feb 8, 1944.
					To UK Feb 19 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 26, 1944.  435 Sqdn RCAF.  Flew into high ground 2 mi W of
					Warlingham, UK Feb 13, 1946 while on approach to Croydon
				92613 (MSN 12433) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.   To RAF as Dakota III KG398 at RAF Montreal Feb 15, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 24, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 12, 1944.  78 Sqdn RAF 1945.  1336 TSCU RSAF
					aug 19, 1945.  1381 TCU RAF Jun 17, 1946.  22 MU RAF Oct 11, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Dec 12, 1946.
					Registered G-AJAU with Silver City Airways Jan 9, 1947, so it probably never left the UK.
					Registration cancelled Oct 28, 1947 on sale to Malayan
					Airways Ltd as VR-SCP 'Merbah"  To VR-RCP Nov 1958, to 9M-ALP with Malaysian Airways Jan 13, 1959, 
					to Malaysiaa-Singapore Airlines Jan 1, 1967.  to PK-IDH with Air Indonesia, Mendan sep 30, 1968. 
					PK-VJS Aerial Survey PN, Djakarta Dec 13, 1968.  On dump Kemajoran 1976.
				92614 (MSN 12434) to USAAF Feb 2, 1944. to RAF as Dakota III KG399 at RAF Montreal Feb 9, 1944.
					To UK Mar 7, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 15, 1944..  MIA on mission to Arnhem, NetherlandsZ Sep 21, 1944.
				92615 (MSN 12435) to USAAF Feb 3, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG400 at RAF Montreal Feb 8, 1944. 
					To RAF in UK Feb 28, 1i944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 1, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 13, 1945.  233 Sqdn RAF.
					To Canadian government Apr 16, 1946.  To RCAF Jul 20, 1946 as KG400.  N6680 Priority Air Tpt 
					System, Redwood City, CA US Aug68   World Weather Inc, Midland, TX US Jun70  
					CF-CTB N Canada Air Ltd Mar72  C-FCTB Rr 1977   TG-AMA Aviateca R06Nov79  
				92616 (MSN 12436) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG401 at RAF MOntreal Feb 8, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Mar 8, 1944.  Crashlanded near Kessel Sep 19, 1944 after being
					damaged by flak over Arnhem, Holland
				92617 (MSN 12437) to USAAF 02Feb44.  To RAF as KG402 27Feb44 at RAF Montreal 27Feb44. To UK 22Mar44.  
					575 Sqn RAF 13Apr44.  78 Sqn RAF Jul45. 1336 TSCU RAF 16Aug45.  1381 TCU RAF 11Mar46. 22 MU RAF 17Oct46.   
					to Canadair Ltd  19Dec46.  Delivered 06Feb47 CF-DXO Hollinger Ungava Tpt Ltd Registered 03Apr48.   
					G Theriault, Pte Claire, PQ Registered 11Jun68.   Keir Air Tpt Ltd, Edmonton, Alta 22May69.   
					Air Commonwealth Alberta Ltd, Edmonton, Alta 10Dec69.  Atlas Aviation Ltd 19Apr71.  
					Kenting Atlas Aviation Ltd 12Feb73.   R E Carruthers et al 1973.  Superior Airways Ltd  1974.   
					Kenting Aircraft Ltd 1974. Lambair Ltd  1974.  Ontario Central Airlines  1975.  Alberta Northern 
					Aircraft Leasing 1975  Kenting Aviation Ltd 1976. Cancelled Dec76
				92618 (MSN 12439) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG404 at RAF Montreal Feb 11, 1944.
					to UK Feb 19, 1944.  To 48 Sqdn RAF Mar 5, 1944.  Shot down by Fw 190s Sep 21, 1944, 
					Arnhem, Holland
				92619 (MSN 12440) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG405 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.  
					To UK Apr 21, 1944.  107 OTU RAF May 16, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF Mar 1, 1945.  22 MU RAF Apr 10 1946.
					Returned to USAAF Aug 12, 1946.  To civil registry as CF-THE, then to Frontier Airlines as N4993E Oct 21, 1958.
				92620 (MSN 12441) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944..  to RAF as Dakota III KG406 at RAF Montreal Feb 23, 1944.
					To UK Jar 16, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Mar 27, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Jan 7, 1945.  Crashed Apr 28, 1945 in English Channel
					 10 mi SE of South Foreland, Kent
				92621 (MSN 12442) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG407 at RAF Montreal Feb 13, 1944.  
					to UK Mar 7, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Apr 10, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Oct 25, 1944.  1336 TSCU RAF Aug 1, 1945.
					1381 TCU RAF Mar 1, 1946.  22 MU RAF Mar 4, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Aug 14, 1946.
					To civil registry as CF-TEI Dec 14, 1946, then to Frontier Airlines
					as N4994E Aug 14, 1958.  W/o Jul 27, 1966, Gallup, NM
				92622 (MSN 12443) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG408 at RAF Montreal Feb 10, 1944.
					To UK Feb 19, 1944.  48 Sqn RAF 26Feb44   271 Sqn RAF 07Jan45   1382 TCU RAF 17Nov45   Edzell RAF 16Jan46 
					WFU 29Mar46.  Transferred to BOAC as G-AHCV Mar 29, 1946.
					WFU at Southend Mar 28, 1966 and broken up Jan 1970.
				92623 (MSN 12444) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG409 at RAF Montreal Feb 13, 1944.  
					48 Sqn RAF 29Feb44   437 Sqn RAF 24Sep44  48 Sqn RAF 11Oct44   437 Sqn RAF.  Crashed at Four Marks, UK
					near Alton Feb 5, 1945 after crew bailed out after striking trees in cloud.
				92624 (MSN 12445) to USAAF Feb 3, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG410 at RAF Montreal Feb 10, 1944.  
					To UK 28Feb44   233 Sqn RAF 08Mar44   76 Sqn RAF 1945  1336 TSCU RAF 16Aug45   1381 TCU RAF 06Jun46 
					22 MU RAF  06Sep46.  To Britavia Sep 24, 1946, registered as G-AIRH Oct 19, 1946. To Silver City Airways, 
					British Aviation Services Oct 1948.  Air Charter and Exploration.  Sold as 
					ZS-DDC Jul 1949 to Wenela Air Services. Registration ZS-DBB originally allocated but NTU. 
					To CTA registered as CR-LDK, to TAAG Angola Airlines registered as D2-FDK, to Aero Caribbean 
					registered as CU-T1058, to Aerotaxi, reregistered as CU-T1558. WFU and scrapped 2008 at Havana
				92625 (MSN 12446) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG411. 45 Gp RAF.   Returned to USAAF.
					To N73853 1962  To Colombian AF as FACo 687 1971  To FACo 1120 Jan77  W/O 20Nov77
					Also listed as being W/o Apr 27, 1945.
				92626 (MSN 12447) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG412 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.
					233 Sqdn RAF Mar 4, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 28, 1944..  Undercarriage
					collapsed during takeoff at Bardufoss, Norway Oct 7, 1945.  
					Transferred to Norwegian AF as instructional airframe BW-T.  WFU 1973.
				92627 (MSN 12449) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG414 Feb 8, 1944 at RAF Montreal.  
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Sep 15, 1944. 435 Sqdn RAF Sep 15, 1945.  436 Sqdn RaF Mar 17, 1946.
					To Canadian government Jun 2, 1946.  To RCAF Jun 23, 1946 as KG414.  To Indian AF as BJ764
					Mar 21, 1962.
				92628 (MSN 12450) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG415 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.
					33 Sqn RAF 12Mar44  435 Sqn RAF 13Sep45  436 Sqn RAF.  Transferred to BOAC
					Feb 23, 1946 as G-AGZD. To BEA Aug 19, 1946.  Pion Air "Percy Pilcher" E Anglian Flying Svces 
					R28Jul60 Channel Airways Nov62  BOAC Assoc Coys Ltd R06May63  Registered in Bermuda as VP-BCC May 1963.
					Seagreen 1967.  Sold to Lineas Aereas Nacionales SA (LANSA) as HR-LAG.  Reregistered
					as HR-LAQ.  WFU La Ceiba enginless Aug 1974 to Mar 1978.
				92629 (MSN 12451) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG416 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944.
					To UK Mar 29, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Apr 22, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 9, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF.
					To Canadian government Jun 23 1946.  To RCAF Aug 26, 1946 as KG416, later 12451.  W/o Apr 18, 1952
					Winnipeg AP, Manitoba, Canada
				92630 (MSN 12452) to USAAF Feb 5, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG417 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944. 
					To UK Mar 18, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Apr 22, 1944.  MIA on mission to Arnhem, Holland Sep 21, 1944.
				92631 (MSN 12453) to USAAAF Feb 11, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG418 at RAF Montreal Feb 22, 1944.
					To UK Mar 13, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Apr 2, 1944.  Crashlanded Sep 20, 1944 after
					receiving flak damage over Arnhem.  Salvaged and relegated Aug 1946 to ground instructional 
					airframe with serial 5567M.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				92632 (MSN 12454) to USAAF Feb 6, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG419 at RAF Montreal Feb 13, 1944.
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  48 Sqn RAF Feb 29, 944.  1 PTS RAF Feb 13, 1945.  WFU.  Sold Apr 14, 1946
					To OO-CBO 19Aug46  W/O 07Jan47 at Costermansville, Belgian Congo
				92633 (MSN 12455) to USAAF Feb 7, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG420 at RAF Montreal Feb 15, 1944.
					To UK Feb 24, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.  435/436 Sqdn RAF Sep 5, 1945.
					Transferred to BOAC Feb 11, 1946 as G-AGZA.  Crashed into roof of house while
					taking off from Northolt, South Ruislip, UK Dec 19, 1946
				92634 (MSN 12456) to USAAF Feb 5, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG421 at RAF Montreal Feb 15, 1944.
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Apr 10, 1944.  437 Sqdn RCAF Sep 24, 1944.  Crashed during supply
					mission to Chambois Aug 21, 1944.
				92635 (MSN 12457) to USAAF Feb 5, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG422 at RAF Montreal Feb 23, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 23, 1944. 512 Sqdn RAF Apr 10, 1944.  437 Sqdn RCAF Sep 24, 1944.  DBR when overshot
					landing and tipped onto nose, Vlamertinghe Ypres, Belgium Sep 30, 1944.
				92636 (MSN 12459) to USAAF Feb 6, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG424 at RAF Montreal Feb 23, 1944.
					To UK Mar 15, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 30, 1944.  MIA on mission to Normandy Jun 6, 1944
				92637 (MSN 12460) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG425 at RAF Montreal Feb 9, 1944.
					To UK Feb 18, 1944.  57 Sqdn RAF Mar 8, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1944..  Crashlanded near
					Anzio, Italy Mar 1, 1946 following engine failure.
				92638 (MSN 12461) to USAAF Feb 7, 1944l  to RAF as Dakota III KG426 at RAF Montreal Feb 15, 1944.
					To UK Feb 22, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.  MIA on mission to Normandy Jun 6, 1944.
				92639 (MSN 12462) to USAAF Feb 6, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG427 at RAF Montreal Feb 16, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 28, 1944.  DBR at Kastrup, Denmark
					Jan 30, 1946 when struck while parked by B-17 OY-DFE
				92640 (MSN 12463) to USAAF Feb 6, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG428 at RAF Montreal Sep 27, 194.  
					To UK Mar 7, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 15, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Mar 19, 1944.  Shot down by flak
					over Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 19, 1944.
				92641 (MSN 12464) to USAAF Feb 6, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG429 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944.
					TO UK Feb 25, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 8, 1944.  Missing from mission to Normandy Jun 6, 1944
				92642 (MSN 12465) to USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG430 at RAF Montreal Feb 22, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 24, 1944.  233 Sqdn RF 1944.  436 Sqdn RAF Oct 7, 1945.  To RCAF as KG430 Jun 2, 1946.
					Later reserialed 12465.  W/o Summerside, Canada Jun 26, 1951.
				92643 (MSN 12466) to USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG431 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.
					To UK Mar 12, 1944.  5612 Sqdn RF Mar 14, 1946  .  Returned to USAAF
					Dec 31, 1946, to FLC at Payne Field.
				92644 (MSN 12467) to USAAF Feb 6, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG432 at RAF Montreal Feb 15, 1944.
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Jun 3, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF.  511 Sqdn RAF Oct 11, 1945.  Returned to USAAF
					Feb 27, 1947, to FLC at Payne Field.
				92645 (MSN 12469) to USAAF Feb 7, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG434 at RAF Montral Feb 29, 1944.  
					To UK Mar 12, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Apr 25, 1944.  When taking off from
					Broadwell with glider in tow to Normandy Jun 6, 1944, aircraft
					sank back, struck runway, and bellylanded.  DBR.
				92646 (MSN 12470) to USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  to RAF in India as Dakota III KG435 Feb 22, 1944.
					RAF Nassau Feb 22, 1944.  ACSEA Mar 17, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF.  Wrecked Sep 23, 1944
					when swung on landing at Imphal, Burma and hit ditch, and undercarriage
					collapsed.
				92647 (MSN 12471) To USAAF Feb 6, 1944;  to RAF as Dakota III KG436 at RAF MOntreal Feb 13, 1944.
					To UK Feb 22, 1944.  48 sqdn Feb 29, 1944  1336TSCU Aug 26, 1945.  1381 TCU Mar 29, 1946.
					22 MU RAF Aug 15, 1946.  .  Returned to USAAF
					Oct 4, 1946.  Became EI-ACT with Aer Lingus "St Colman" 19478 to 1958, "St Conleth" 1958 to 1960.
					Silver City Airways leased Mar 12 1959 to OCt 27, 1960.  then EI-ALT Benedar Air Ltd Jan 2, 1961.
					To French Navy Jan 2, 1961 as 12471/71.  Noted 1985 in Musee 
					de l'Air et de l'Espace, Paris.  Still there 2005.
				92648 (MSN 12472) to USAAF Feb 4, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG437 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.
					to UK Feb 23, 1944.  . To No 233 Sqdn at Gosport Feb 29, 1944.  to 435/436 Sqdn RAF Sep 5, 1945.
					437 Sqdn RAF Dec 1o45..  Transferred to BOAC Jan 15, 1946 as G-AGYX, to British European Airways 
					Aug 1946. Sold to Autair, Luton Airport, operated by Skyways Apr 1961.   Sold as PH-MAG to 
					Martins Air Charter, Netherlands Jul 1965.  Sold to Moormanair, Amsertad for cargo charter work.  
					Sold to Scorpio Films May 14, 1973.  Sold as 5N-ATA with Nigerian Trade Wings Airways Ltd.  
					Sold to Lease Air Inc, Florida as N9050T Jan 29, 1979, markings not taken up.  Later noted derelict 
					at Kartoum by 1980 as 5N-ATA.  Registered with ATC Inc of Santa Rosa, CA May 1983.  Returned to 
					Malta and stored with Malta International Aviation Co in 1984, later CFS Aeroengines.  
					Registration N9050T cancelled. Derelict at Hal Safi, Malta.  Acquired by
					restauranteur John Woodhouse Oct 1991 and shipped to UK and used at a bistro.  Sold to RAF Museum and
					on display at Hendon.
				92649 (MSN 12473) to USAAF Feb 7, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG438 at RAF Montreal Feb 13, 1944.
					To UK Mayu 5, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF May 1944.  107 OTU RAF Oct 10, 1944.  1333 TSCU May 1945.  Returned to USAAF
					Sep 27, 1946.  To OY-AEB "Rane Viking" of DDL.  Crashed at Oresund Feb 17, 1947
				92650 (MSN 12474) to USAAF Feb 7, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG439 at RAF Montreal Feb 15, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 23, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.  435/436 Sqdn RAF Sep 12, 1945.  Wrecked at Sanderstead, UK
					Oct 19, 1945 after hitting tree following loss of power during takeoff from Croydon, UK.
				92651 (MSN 12475) to USAAF Feb 5, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG440 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 28, 1944.  233 sqdn RAF Mar 8, 1944.  1336 TSCU RAF 26Aug45  1382 TCU RAF 20Dec45   22 MU RAF 26Jun46   
					Returned to USAAF Jul 17, 1946.  Became CF-GHL (later C-FGHL) on Jul 17, 1946 McIntyre-Porcupine Mines Ltd, 
					Toronto, Ont D21Jul48  Algoma Steel Corp, Sault Ste Marie, Ont 31Jan51 Sault Tube & TptCO US Ltd, 
					Sault Ste Marie, Ont 16Aug56   Mannesmann TubeCO US Ltd, Sault Ste Marie, Ont 07Apr61   
					Great Lakes PaperCO US Ltd, Ft William, Ont 30Aug61 Hooker Air Service Ltd, Pickle Lake, 
					Ont 18Jan71   Ontario Central Airlines Ltd, Redditt, Ont 09Mar71   Hooker Air Service Ltd 30Apr71  
					Ontario Central Airlines 1974  Hooker Air Service 1976  C-FGHL Rr Jul79   
					Ontario Central Airlines, Gimli, Man R Dec79 .  Sometime after 1988 it became N54AA.  On Jul 20, 2000, while 
					operated by Allied Air Freight, it crashed shortly after take-off from Nassau International Airport, New 
					Providence Island, Bahamas, killing both pilots.
				92652 (MSN 12476) to USAAF 08Feb44  to RAF UK as Dakota III KG441 14Feb44  RAF Montreal 14Feb44.  To UK 24Feb44   
					233 Sqn RAF 29Feb44  435 Sqn RAF 18Sep45  436 Sqn RAF Canada 02Jun46  RCAF 26Aug46  
					1st Air Div, France Nov55   SOC 28Mar67   Scottish Aviation   G-AVPW Hunting Surveys & 
					Consultants Ltd R29Jun67  R L E Burton 28Sep73 canc 17Jun75  YV-25CP Tecnica Rondina CA. Jun75  
					N2627Z Atorie Air Inc, El Paso, TX US RDec82  N25CE Rr Feb83  " Puff' 
				92653 (MSN 12477) to USAAF Feb 5, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG442 at RAF Montreal Feb 10, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 17, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Mar 8, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF.  22 MU RAF Aug 20, 1946.
					Sold Nov 23, 1946.  Registered G-AJBB Jan 22, 1947.  Registration cancelled Jun 28, 1947 on sale to Indian
					Airlines Corp as VT-CJH.  W/o Feb 18, 1964 on takeoff at Jaipur, India
				92654 (MSN 12479) To USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG444 at RAF Montreal Feb 23, 1944.
					To UK Mar 17, 1944.  271 Sqdn Apr 22, 1944.  Shot down by Fw 190s Sep 21, 1944 Arnhem, Holland
				92655 (MSN 12480) to USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG445 in India.  ACSEA Mar 18, 1944.
					194 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92656 (MSN 12481) to USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG446 at RAF Monteal Feb 24, 1944.  Ditched in sea
					between Iceland and Britain during ferry flight Mar 6, 1944
				92657 (MSN 12482) to USAAF Feb 7, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG447 at RAF Montreal Feb 23, 1944.
					To UK Mar 3, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 12, 1944.  10 Sqdn RAF 1945.  1336 TSCU RAF Aug 16, 1945
					1382 TCU RAF Mar 7, 1946.  Sold Sep 20, 1946 to Sec DA Aeron Civil, Portugal.   Registered G-AIOG 
					to Scottish Airilnes Oct 14, 1946.  Sold as TF-ISG to Icelandair Flugfelag Islands (Airline) Jan 1947.
					Crashed in poor weather Jan 31, 1951 on approach to Hafnarfjordur,
					Iceland.  20 killed.
				92658 (MSN 12483) to USAAF Feb 8, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG448 at RAF Montreal Feb 14, 1944.  
					To UK Feb 28, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 4, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Mar 19, 944.  435 Sqdn  RAF Sep 9, 1945.
					436 Sqdn RAF.  To Canadian government Apr 16, 1946.  To RCAF as KG448 Jul 20, 1946.
					Renumbered 12964 in Jul 1970.  To C-GNNA Mar 10, 1975.  W/o Jan 18, 1986 NW Ontario, Canada
				92659 (MSN 12484) to USAAF Feb 10, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG449 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944.
					To UK Mar 13, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Apr 18, 1944.  Crashlanded Sep 26, 1944 at
					Paal, Belgium while in service with No. 575 Sqdn.  It was hit
					over Holland by flak during the Market Garden operation.
				92660 (MSN 12485) to USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG450 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944.
					To UK Mar 8, 1944.  ATTDU RAF Mar 31, 1944.  107 FTU Jul 2, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Jul 27, 1944.
					1333 TSCU RAF.  Sold Nov 20, 1946.  Went to KLM as PH-TDU Nov 20, 1946.  Reregisteed PH-DAU Apr 8, 1954.
					To PK-AKT 17Jun58.  To PK-OBC.  W/O at Wamena, Indonesia 15Aug84
				92661 (MSN 12486) To USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG451 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944.  
					Sold to Aviation Air Transport Ltd Nov 23, 1946 and registered G-AIYT Dec 20, 1946.
					West Air Transport delivered Mar 12, 1947.  Sold to South Africa
					Aviation Air Transport Ltd. as ZS-BCJ Apr 1947.   To Israel registered
					May 30, 1950 as 4X-ATA, then to Israel Defense Forces as 1404.  Noted
`					2005 in Israel AF Museum, Hatzerim AB, Israel. 
				92662 (MSN 12487) to USAAF Feb 7, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG452 at RAF Montreal Feb 13, 1944.
					To UK Feb 20, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Feb 29, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1944.  78 Sqdn RAF 1945.
					1336 TSCU RAF Aug 20, 1945.  WFU Oct 22, 1946.   Returned to USAAF
					Jun 27, 1946.  To civil registry as CF-TED Dec 24, 1946, to N9144H May 7, 1958.  To 
					Thai Police in 1958 and then to Thai AF in 1970.  To Thai Navy as KTRT 212487 Nov 1972.  
					To storage Sep 1976 and broken up
				92663 (MSN 12489) to USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG454 at RAF Montreal Feb 29, 1944.
					Accident 02Mar44 Reykjavik.  To UK Jul 19, 1944.  1336 TSCU RAF Aug 16, 1945.  1383 TCU RAF
					Mar 7, 1946.  1333 TSCU RAF Jul 23, 1946.  VIP Services RAF Apr 21, 1947.  WFU.
					Registered G-AKJN Oct 9, 1947.  Registration cancelled Feb 3, 1951 on sale to Societe 
					Tunisienne de l'Air (Tunis Air) as F-OAIG.  To F-BEHF of Air France Apr 12, 1956
				92664 (MSN 12490) To USAAF Feb 10,1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG455 at RAF Montreal Feb 24, 1944.
					To UK Mar 7, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Mar 24, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 16, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF.
					To Canadian government Apr 16, 1946.  To RCAF as KG455 Jul 20 1946.  448 Sqdn RCAF Cold Lake, Alberta.
					Renumbered 12924 in Jul 1970.  Preserved at Canadian Airborne Museum, Petawa, Canada
				92665 (MSN 12491) To USAAF Feb 9, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG456 at RAF Montreal Mar 1, 1944.
					To Middle East Apr 27, 194l  28 Sqdn SAAF ACSEA May 31, 1945.  48 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian
					government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CMD Jun 19, 1947 Indian
					Airlines Corp.  W/o Apr 7, 1964 on approach to Along A/p, India.  Operator was Kalinga Airlines.
				92666 (MSN 12492) to USAAF Feb 11, 1944. To RAF as Dakota III KG457 at RAF Montreal Feb 21, 1944.
					62 Sqdn RAF India Jun 4, 1944.  Missing in Lushai Hills, India during supply dropping mission Aug 2, 1944.
				92667 (MSN 12493) to USAAF Feb 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG458 at RAF Nassau Feb 22, 1944.  
					ACSEA Mar 19, 1944.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CYH Aug 1948 with Indian
					Airlines Corp.  W/o Mar 12, 1959 near Tobu, India when hit high ground.
				92668 (MSN 12494) to USAAF Feb 9,1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG459 at RAF Nassau Mar 5, 1944.
					ACSEA Mar 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF India 1945.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
					To Indian AF as IAF BJ496 Nov 12, 1961.  WFU 1987.
				92669 (MSN 12495) to USAAF Feb 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG460 at RAF Nassau Feb 22, 1944.
					SEAAC apr 30, 1944.  1334 TSCU RAF Baroda.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				92670 (MSN 12496) to USAAF Feb 10, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III at RAF Nassau KG461 Feb 23, 1944.
					ACSEA Mar 18, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF.  Shot down during supply mission to Mogaung, India Jul 30, 1944.
				92671 (MSN 12497) to USAAF Feb 12, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG462 at RAF Nassau Feb 19, 1944.
					CSEA Mar 18, 1944.  Destroyed on operations Apr 27, 1944.  SOC Jul 27, 1944
				92672 (MSN 12499) to USAAF Feb 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG464 at RAF Nassau Feb 14, 1944.
					ACSEA May 18, 1944.  To Indian AF as VP907, To Pakistan AF Sep 25, 1947.  Ultimate fate uncertain.
				92673 (MSN 12500) to USAAF Feb 10, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG465 at RAF Nassau Feb 16, 1944.
					ACSEA Mar 28, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  194 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF
					Oct 31, 1946.  To VT-CGC with Indian Airlines Corp Oct 10, 1946.  To PK-GDQ mar 16, 1952.  
					To PK-CAA 1970.  WFU Oct 1960.
				92674 (MSN 12501) to RAF as Dakota III KG466.  Sold to Indian
					government Jan 30, 1947.  Became VT-CJT.  By 1955 was
					AP-AAI of Pakistan International Airlines.  To AP-AJS May 12, 1957.  W/o Jul 1, 1957.
				92675 (MSN 12502) 
				92676 (MSN 12503) w/o Sep 25, 1944 Salon-de-Province, France in takeoff accident.
				92677 (MSN 12504)
				92678 (MSN 12505) to NC64703, VT-CRA
				92679 (MSN 12506) w/o May 12, 1944 near Berwick, UK
				92680 (MSN 12507, 62nd TCG) lost Dec 30, 1944.  MACR 19042
				92681 (MSN 12509) 
				92682 (MSN 12510) to RFC Sep 22, 1945.  Rebuilt as MSN 43076
				92683 (MSN 12511) with 62nd TCG, 4th TCS w/o Apr 12, 1945 when it was one
					of 5 parked aircraft struck by landing B-17 44-6756 in Italy.
				92684 (MSN 12512) to RFC Sep 14, 1945
				92685 (MSN 12513) to NC52819, C-34X 
				92686 (MSN 12514) To NEIAF as DT-991, callsign VH-RCI.  to RFC Oct 1, 1945.  .
					By 1955 was PK-DPK of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV
				92687 (MSN 12515) to USAAF Feb 26 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17159 Feb 26, 1944
				92688 (MSN 12516) to USAAF Feb 25 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17160 Feb 25, 1944
				92689 (MSN 12517) to USAAF Feb 23, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17161 Feb 23, 1944
				92690 (MSN 12519) to USAAF Feb 25, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17163 Feb 25, 1944
				92691 (MSN 12520) to USAAF Feb 25, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17164 Feb 25, 1944
				92692 (MSN 12521) to USAAF Feb 19, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17165 Feb 19, 1944
				92693 (MSN 12522) to USAAF Aug 5, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17166 Aug 5, 1944
				92694 (MSN 12523) to USAAF Feb 21 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17167 Feb 21, 1944
				92695 (MSN 12524) to USAAF Feb 26 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17168 Feb 26, 1944
				92696 (MSN 12525)
				92697 (MSN 12526) to F-BYCG, SE-CAZ, ET-AAO
				92698 (MSN 12527) to NC63498
				92699 (MSN 12529) converted to C-47C floatplane.  By 1954 was PI-C40
					of Philippine Air Lines
				92700 (MSN 12530) crashed Nov 10, 1944
				92701 (MSN 12531) to Polish AF as No. 5.  WFU?
				92702 (MSN 12532)
				92703 (MSN 12533)
				92704 (MSN 12534) to NC62374
				92705 (MSN 12535)
				92706 (MSN 12536)
				92707 (MSN 12537, 9th TCG) lost Feb 5, 1945.  MACR 12022
				92708 (MSN 12539) to USAAF  15Feb44.    to RAAF as A65-40 17Mar44.   3 AD 17Mar44.  2 AP 26Mar44
					 35 Sqn VH-CUM RAAF 01Apr44.   4 AD 13Sep44.  36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-A 30Apr45.
					 undercarriaged accidently raised when parked at Tadji PNG 17Aug45 
					Beaufort A9-689 taxed into stationary A65-40 Tadji Strip PNG 22Aug45.
					 12 RSU RAAF 13Sep45.  36 Sqn RAAF 20Sep45.   Darwin RAAF SHQ Flight 15Apr46.
					 force landed 26Apr46 two injured.   DAP RAAF Parafield 05Sep46. 1 AD RAAF 04Mar47.
					 TT Sqn Richmond 28Mar47.   ARDU RAAF Det Richmond 06Mar48.  Det 1 Tocumwal 17Feb48.	
					 Leased Ansett Airways 19Jun50.   leased to Trans Australian Airways 19May51 as VH-TAW "Broskman".
					To VH-MAH 11Nov60.   Ansett-Mandated Airlines VH-MAV 12Jan61.   Ansett Airlines of PNG 19May68 
					sold Trans Australian Airways "Brockman' then 'Mueller' VH-SBE 09Sep58   
					Continental Air Services XW-PFT Air Continental 21May68.   Leased by Air America from Continental Air Services, 
					of Vientiane June 1969 as XW-PFT.  Far East Air Transport B-261 08Dec69 
					South East Asia Air Transport N83AC 05Nov73 WFU. Registration cancelled Oct 1981 
				92709 (MSN 12540) to USAAF 19Feb44.  To RAAF as A65-41 19Mar44.  3 AD RAAF 19Mar44.  34 Sqn RAAF VH-CUK 06Apr44 
					starboard undercarriage collapsed on Parafield tarmac 13Jun44 crew uninjured.  1 AD RAAF 05Mar46
					 86 Wing RAAF 06Mar47.  1 AD RAAF TOC 14Apr48.  To  Mac Robertson Miller Airways as VH-MMF "Durach" 14Feb49 
					Commercial Aviation Pty Ltd 07Apr49.   Ansett Airlines of Papua NG 09Mar70.
					 Ansett Ltd 23May73.  Air Tasmania Pty Ltd 06Jul73.  Forestair 'Spirit of Port Arthur' 26Sep77
					 Essend 1980 Bankstown for restoration to airworthiness 21Jun02.  At Bankstown painted as USAAF 
					C-47 42-100550 "U5" in D-Day markings.  Reregistered as VH-XUX Jul 28 2015.
				92710 (MSN 12541) to USAAF 16Feb44.  To RAAF as A65-42 19Mar44.  3 AD RAAF 19Mar44.
					 34 Sqn RAAF VH-CUL 04Apr44.   DAP RAAF 10Apr46.   38 Sqn RAAF coded FD-L 06Nov46.
					 2 AD RAAF 11Feb48.  To Qantas Empire Airways 01Jun48 leased TAA VH-TAW 19May51 
					sold to Trans Australian Airways  09Sep58 .  To Continental Air Services VH-SBE 08Dec60.
					 Air Continental XW-PFT 21May68.   South East Asia Air Transport 05Nov73 WFU Oct81   
				92711 (MSN 12542) to USAAF 15Feb44.   To RAAF as A65-43 19Mar44.  3 AD 19Mar44.  DAT 23Mar44. 
					33 Sqn RAAF VH-CUW yellow UW on nose coded PK-K 02Apr44.   13 ARD RAAF 25Sep45. 33 Sqn RAAF 25Jan45 
					3 AD RAAF 26Apr46.   DAP RAAF 02Sep46.   1 AD RAAF 31Oct46.  1 APU 29Jan47.
					86 Wing RAAF 20Aug47 for DDT spraying 07Oct47.  Starboard wing struck tree during DDT spraying 
					at Finschafen PNG 01Mar48.  CMU Toc 29Nov48.  Royal Australian Navy  01Feb49.   851 Sqn Royal Australian Navy.  
					723 Sqn RAN 724 Sqn Royal Australian Navy.  725 Sqn Royal Australian Navy coded NW-900 then NW-860 
					then NW-800 flying classroom to train Sea Venom and Gannet observers SOC 12Jan70.  To Australian Fleet 
					Air Arm Museum at HMAS Albatross as N2-43 1976  
				92712 (MSN 12543) RCAF as Dakota IIIN 963 then 12950. Converted by Basler to BT-67 as N104BF.
					Sold to Mauritanian AF Jan 2000.  As Basler BT-67 active with Force Aerienne Islamique de Mauritanie as 5T-MAH.
				92713 (MSN 12544) to RCAF as Dakota III 962, later 12544.  W/o Estevan Sept 6, 1946.
				92714 (MSN 12545) to RNZAF as NZ3516. 
				92715 (MSN 12546) to RNZAF as NZ3517.
				92716 (MSN 12547) w/o May 17, 1945 at Paris, France
				92717 (MSN 12549) delivered Feb 16, 1944.  To 8th AF in Europe Apr 14, 1944.  To 9th AF.  To 93rd TCS
					in 1944, to 98th TCS Aug 1944.  To 21 Path Sq Dec 1944.  To 9th TCS May 1945.  To OK-WDK with
					Czechoslovakian State Airline.  Crashed Velke Canikovice (district Pezinok) Dec 12, 1954 while 
					operating on a cargo flight from Prague to Brno.  All four onboard killed.
				92718 (MSN 12550) to RFC Apr 25, 1946.  In 1973 registered as N140T and current as N376JC on Apr 7, 1989.
				92719 (MSN 12551, 441st TCG) lost Apr 13, 1945.  MACR 13793
				92720 (MSN 12552) to USAAF Feb 26, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17169 Feb 26, 1944
				92721 (MSN 12553) to USAAF Feb 26, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17170 Feb 26, 1944
				92722 (MSN 12554) to USAAF Feb 17, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17171 Feb 17, 1944
				92723 (MSN 12555) to USAAF Feb 26, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17172 Feb 26, 1944
				92724 (MSN 12556) to USAAF Feb 26, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17173 Feb 26, 1944
				92725 (MSN 12557) to Chile AF as 969, to Paraguayan AF as FAP-2030 in 1981.
				92726 (MSN 12559) by 1954 was N62374 of West Coast Air Lines
				92727 (MSN 12560) to Caribe Air as NC55985, to Trans Air as N55985,
					to Lineas Aereas Orientales as HK-166.  Crashed on approach to
					Mitu Airport, Vaupes, Columbia Jul 19, 1977.
				92728 (MSN 12561)
				92729 (MSN 12562)
				92730 (MSN 12563) damaged in taxiing accident at Munich, Germany Apr 9, 1946
				92731 (MSN 12564) to Turkish AF as 6072, coded 12-072
				92732 (MSN 12565)
				92733 (MSN 12566) damaged in taxiing accident at RAF Biggin Hill, UK Aug 22, 1945
				92734 (MSN 12567) shot down Weeze, Germany Mar 24, 1945.
				92735 (MSN 12569) w/o Aug 15, 1944 Orbetello, Italy in takeoff accident
				92736 (MSN 12570) to NC19364, to Bolivian AF as CB-34 Aug 20, 1945, to CP-607 Jun 1954.
				92737 (MSN 12571)
				92738 (MSN 12572, 315th TCG) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13384
				92739 (MSN 12573, 303rd TCG) lost Sep 19, 1944.  MACR 9914
				92740 (MSN 12574)
				92741 (MSN 12575, 44th TCG) lost Apr 14, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13756
				92742 (315th TCG) lost Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 12677
				92743 (MSN 12577) by 1955 was TC-BEN of Devlet Hava Yollari.  To Turkish AF in 1966 for spares (?)
42-92744/92923		Douglas C-47A-15-DK Skytrain
				MSNs beginning with 12579 and ending with 12777, with entries ending with '8' skipped
				92744 (MSN 12579) to USAAF Feb 19, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG467 at RAF Nassau Mar 5, 1944.  Diverted to South
					African AF as 6833, no RAF service.  To civil registry as
					ZS-BYH with President Motors, Ltd.  Then to Union of Burma Airways registered as XY-ACQ.  
					Crashed Sep 2, 1955 enroute from Meiktila to Lanywa, Burma.  Flew into Mount Popa.  3 crew 6 passengers killed.
				92745 (MSN 12580) to USAAF Feb 21, 1944.   To RAF as Dakota III KN468 at RAF Montreal Mar 14, 1944.  
					Middle East 1945.  45 Grp RAF.  To South African AF Oct 4, 1945
					as 6864.  Converted to Turbo DC-3 and returned to SAAF as 6864.  WFU 2008.
				92746 (MSN 12581) to USAAF Feb 21, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG469 at RAF Montreal Mar 14, 1944.  
					ADCSE Feb 2, 1945.  277 Sqdn RAF.  To Indian AF as VP905 Sep 25, 1947
				92747 (MSN 12582) to USAAF Feb 20, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG470 at RAF Montreal Mar 1944.  
					MAAF Mar 7, 1944.  To South African AF as 6876 Oct 4, 1945.  To N81949 Jul 17, 1998.  Fuselage 
					stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
				92748 (MSN 12583) to USAAF Feb 21, 1944. to RAF as Dakota III KG471 via RAf Montreal Mar 1944.  
					West Africa Mar 11, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  28 Sqdn SAAF.  Crashed during attempted
					forced landing at Delabole, UK Sep 4, 1944.
				92749 (MSN 12584) to USAAF Feb 21, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG472 for MAAF via RAF Montreal Mar 1944.  
					West africa Mar 22, 1944.  267 Sqdn RAF 1944.  Crashed Jul 16, 1944. during
					overshoot at partisan landing ground near Bosnanski Dubica, Yugoslavia.
				92750 (MSN 12585) to USAAF Feb 21, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG473 for MAAF via Montreal Mar 1944.  
					To UK Apr 28, 1944.  ME Jan 25, 1945.  ACSEA Mar 22, 1945.  267 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF
					Jul 25, 1946.  To Thai AF Jul 25, 1946.  To Siamese Airways in 1947
					as HS-SAC.  Inherited by Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.  Reregistered as HS-TDC Sep 15, 1958.
					To US Civil registry as N84AC Oct 1972, possibly used by Airservices Co, Ltd.  Stored
					at Don Muang AP, Thailand from Mar 1978 to Mar 1983 and presumably scrapped there. 
				92751 (MSN 12586) to USAAF Feb 20, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG474 for MAAF via RAF Montreal Mar 1944.  
					West Africa Mar 12, 1944.  To South African AF 88 Sqdn Sep 27, 1945 as 6859.  Preserved at SAAF
					Museum.
				92752 (MSN 12587) to USAAF Feb 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG475 for MAA via RAF Montreal Mar 1944.
					RAF west Africa Mar 12, 1944.  MAAF Sep 28, 1944.  267 Sqdn RAF. Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946.
					To FLC at Paynes Field Oct 31, 1946.  To Ciro's Aviatin Ltd registered to G-AKVX Mar 16, 1948, 
					then to Pan African Air Charter Mar 8, 1948 as ZS-BYX.  W/o Dec 31, 1948
					when it crashed into Monte Argentario, Italy.  All 12 onboard killed.
				92753 (MSN 12589) to USAAF Feb 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG477 for MAAF via RAF Montreal Mar 1944.
					RAF West Africa Mar 11, 1944.  RAF Middle East Dec 29, 1944.  ACSEA May 25, 1945.  267 Sqdn RAF.  
					Bellylanded in jungle 30 mi SW of Pyinmana, burma Jun 11, 1945 after engine failure.
				92754 (MSN 12590) to USAAF Feb 22, 19444.  to RAF at RAF Nassau as Dakota III KG478 Mar 5, 144.  Diverted to South
					African AF as 6834 Apr 8, 1944, no RAF service.  28 Sqdn SAAF 21946.  15 AD SAAF 1954.  44 Sqdn
					SAAF Dec 1972 to 1978.  WFU.  Converted to DC-3-65TP
					(Aero Modifications AMI DC-3-65) still as SAAF 6834.  Sold Sep 12, 2000
					as XS-OSO for National Test Pilots Schoo, Cape Town, sold as
					N834TP to National Test Pilots School of Mojave, CA Mar 25, 2003.
					Probably DBR Feb 4, 2009 when aircraft swerved off the runway
					during takeoff at Mojave, CA.  Registration cancelled Apr 13, 2009.  Noted at
					Dodson Intl Parts Inc, Rantoul, KS Apr 2015.
				92755 (MSN 12591) to USAAF Feb 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG479.  Diverted to RCAF as KG479,
					no RAF service. 32 OTU Patricia Bay, British Columbia.  Stored Ap4 24, 1944.  To TCA as CF-TEB in 1946.
					5o CF-DTH Jan 11, 1961.  Current 2011.
				92756 (MSN 12592) to USAAF Feb 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG480 Mar 13, 1944. 512 Sqdn RAF Apr 10, 1944.
					MIA Jun 7, 1944 from supply dropping mission to Ranville, France.  Presumably shot down by
					enemy flak.
				92757 (MSN 12593) to USAAF Feb 26, 1944.  To RAF in India as Dakota III KG481 via RAF Nassau Apr 1944.  
					SEAAC Apr 9, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				92758 (MSN 12594) to USAAF Feb 23, 1944.  to RAF in India as Dakota III KG482 vi RAF Nassau Apr 1944.
					ACSEA RAF Sep 7, 1944.  SOC Sep 6, 1945.
				92759 (MSN 12595) to USaAF Feb 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG483 at RAF Nassau Apr 1944.  Diverted to South
					African AF as 6831 Apr 17, 1944, no RAF service.  28 Sqdn SAAF Apr 1945 to 1946.  To ZS-BXZ Nov 20, 1947.
				92760 (MSN 12596) to USAAF Feb 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG484 at RAF Nassau Mar 23, 1944.  Diverted to South
					African AF as 6835 May 15, 1944, no RAF service.  5 Wing SAAF 1945.  28 Sqdn SAAF 1946.  15 AD SAAF
					1954.  To ZS-DJX Nov 21, 1955.  to SAAF as 6885 Mar 1967.  Current 2011.
				92761 (MSN 12597) to USAAF Feb 25, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG485, but NTU.  To RCAF as KG485 Mar 10, 1944.
					WFU.  To TCA as CF-TEC May 10, 1946.  To CF-DTB Mar 19, 1958.  Current 2011.
				92762 (MSN 12599) to USSR Mar 12,1944
				92763 (MSN 12600) to USSR Mar 10, 1944
				92764 (MSN 12601) to USSR Mar 8, 1944
				92765 (MSN 12602) to USSR Mar 13 1944.
				92766 (MSN 12603) to USSR Mar 23, 1944
				92767 (MSN 12604) to USSR Mar 16, 1944
				92768 (MSN 12605) to USSR Mar 18, 1944
				92769 (MSN 12606) to USSR Mar 15, 1944
				92770 (MSN 12607) to USSR Mar 15, 1944
				92771 (MSN 12609) to USAAF Feb 24, 1944.   To RAF as Feb 24, 1944. TTDU RAF 10Jul44  
					1382 (T)CU RAF 30Nov45.  22 MU RAF 23Jan47.  Returned to USAAF Apr 15, 1947
					Returned to USAAF; 302nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 441st Troop Carrier Group, Merryfield; 
					97th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop Carrier Group; 7290th Air Base Group, Oberpfaffenhofen, 
					Germany; salvaged 22Jan49.  [TP187 was 43-15070, qv]
				92772 (MSN 12610) w/o Mar 18, 1944 in crash 7mi SE of St Lucia due to structural failure. 
				92773 (MSN 12611)
				92774 (MSN 12612) w/o Mar 24, 1945 over Germany
				92775 (MSN 12613)
				92776 (MSN 12614)
				92777 (MSN 12615) to Turkish AF as 6086
				92778 (MSN 12616) to civil registry as PP-CCO, to PP-FBJ, PP-BUQ, to Brazilian AF as 
					BUQ, no serial assigned, to government of Brazil as PP-FBO
				92779 (MSN 12617)
				92780 (MSN 12619)
				92781 (MSN 12620)
				92782 (MSN 12621)
				92783 (MSN 12622) w/o Mar 22, 1944 Tinker AB, Oklahoma
				92784 (MSN 12623) w/o Mar 1, 1945 at Quezon Field, Philippines
				92785 (MSN 12624) w/o Nov 2, 1944 in takeoff accident at Aitape-Tadji, PNG
				92786 (MSN 12625)
				92787 (MSN 12626)
				92788 (MSN 12627) w/o Apr 8, 1945 at Angeles City-Clark Field, Philippines
				92789 (MSN 12629) w/o Apr 15, 1944 at Sorido, Indonesia
				92790 (MSN 12630)
				92791 (MSN 12631)
				92792 (MSN 12632)
				92793 (MSN 12633)
				92794 (MSN 12634)
				92795 (MSN 12635) 
				92796 (MSN 12636) to NEIAF as DT-963, callsign VH-REQ.
				92797 (MSN 12637)
				92798 (MSN 12639)
				92799 (MSN 12640)
				92800 (MSN 12641)
				92801 (MSN 12642)
				92802 (MSN 12643)
				92803 (MSN 12644)
				92804 (MSN 12645) to VH-CKF
				92805 (MSN 12646)
				92806 (MSN 12647) to USAAF 29Feb44.  To 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS Holey Joe 13Apr44.   
					To RAAF flown with Australian radio c/s VHCJW and VHCKG.  36 Sqn RAAF VH-CKG U Beaut 22Apr44.  
					To 5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS VH-CJW 26Sep44.  To 5th AF 374th TCG 21st TCS 22Jul45 
					To FEASC Depot #3 29Nov46 Field Aircraft Services.  To G-AJTO 20May47 Zinc Corp Broken Hill 
					04Mar48 ANA VH-INF Balyana 15Dec48.  leased to Butler Air Transport 02May50 purchased by 
					Butler Air Trannsport.  To VH-AKR 13Aug50 New GuineaCO.  To US Rabaul VH-MAN 10Jun57 
					Mandated Airlines VH-INF15Dec58 Mandated Airlines 28Jun59 2 Ansett P&NG Ltd Boroko 06Jun68 
					Ansett PNG Ltd 23May72 Air Niugini.  01Nov73 Air Niugini P2-MAN then P2-ANY 01Jun74.
					Insured Aircraft Title Service N55892 13Mar80 Wells Aircraft Inc  
					18May81 Reo Leasing Inc Brinkley AZ US 19May81.  current 2011 
				92807 (MSN 12649)
				92808 (MSN 12650)
				92809 (MSN 12651) q/o Jun 15, 1944, Port Moresby, PNG
				92810 (MSN 12652) by 1954 was PI-C19 of Philippine Air Lines
				92811 (MSN 12653) crashed 10 mi SW of Sailum, PNG Nov 22, 1944
				92812 (MSN 12654)
				92813 (MSN 12655)
				92814 (MSN 12656)
				92815 (MSN 12657) w/o Apr 2, 1944 China (?)
				92816 (MSN 12659)
				92817 (MSN 12660) missing Jan 2, 1945 between Biak and Peleliu
				92818 (MSN 12661)
				92819 (MSN 12662)
				92820 (MSN 12663) In 1947/48, appears to have been used by the Indonesian
					nationalist air force (rebelling against Dutch rule) as RI-1
				92821 (MSN 12664) to NEIAF as DT-696, callsign VH-REW.  Transferred to AURI 
				92822 (MSN 12665) 
				92823 (MSN 12666)
				92824 (MSN 12667) to Thai AF as L2-14/96.  W/o Korat Mar 31, 1956
				92825 (MSN 12669)
				92826 (MSN 12670)
				92827 (MSN 12671)
				92828 (MSN 12672)
				92829 (MSN 12673)
				92830 (MSN 12674)
				92831 (MSN 12675) to NC79018
				92832 (MSN 12676) to Chile AF as 965.  Q/o May 12, 1965
				92833 (MSN 12677) delivered to USAAF 4Mar44; 8th Air Force, UK 18Apr44; 9th Air Force, Europe 29Apr44; 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 20Sep45; registered SX-BAA; Technical and Aeronautical 
					Exploitations 1947; TAE Greek National Airlines 7Jul51; Olympic Airways 6Apr57; 
					Royal Hellenic Air Force 5Jan63 as 12677; WFU 22Feb77.
				92834 (MSN 12679) to USAAF Mar 7, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17174 Mar 7, 1944
				92835 (MSN 12680) to Sears Roebuck and Co, first as NC49952, then
					N49952.  Later registered as N78SR.  Next to Iranian Power and
					Water Department as EP-TWB.  Listed as preserved at the
					Aviation Museum in Tehran, Iran.
				92836 (MSN 12681) to Vietnam AF.
				92837 (MSN 12682) to USAAF, 3PFS, (3rd Sqn IX Troop Carrier Command Pathfinder Group) stationed at 
					Chalgrove in Oxfordshire.   Crashed into Leith Hill, Surrey, UK Nov. 26, 1944 (along with 42-92837, 
					43-47975) during flight from France to Chalgrove in Oxfordshire.  13 killed on the 3 planes, 
					only the navigator and radio operator from 43-47975 survived.
				92838 (MSN 12683) to civil registry as N65162.  Displayed at Metro Tech
					Aviation Career Campus at Oklahoma City, OK
				92839 (MSN 12684, 314th TCG) lost Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10265
				92840 (MSN 12685) Used by 492nd BG/856th BS for clandestine operations.
					To France as F-BEFE for Aigle-Azur, next to Svc Imperial de Liaisons 
					Aeriennes as F-VNAE, scrapped while with Svc Imperial de Liaisons Aeriennes 
					in Vietnam
				92841 (MSN 12686) on display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.
					Plane dropped paratroopers at Arnhem during Operation Market
					Garden, took part on Feb 28, 1945 in first glider drop mission
					across Rhine River, and finished the war flying commandos to
					Oslo, Norway to disarm German troops after the formal surrender.
					Dropped from USAF inventory in 1964 and turned over to US Army and sent to
					Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland used as target material.  Declared surplus
					by US Army and transported to Dover AFB, Delaware Oct 1968 for restoration and display.
				92842 (MSN 12687, 61st TCG) lost Sep 19, 1944.  MACR 10403
				92843 (MSN 12689) by 1955 was TC-AND of Devlet Have Yollari 
				92844 (MSN 12690) to Spanish AF as T.3-55 Mar 1963
				92845 (MSN 12691) lost enroute to Normandy Jun 5, 1944 due to mechanical failure.
					Crew and passengers rescued by British picket boat.
				92846 (MSN 12692) to N86437 then to Spanish AF as T.3-31
				92847 (MSN 12693) 6 March 1944 delivered to USAAF; 4/26/44 assigned to 8th AF, but following day assigned to 9th AF, 
					with 9th Troop Carrier Command; Named "That's All Brother" with 9th TCG, flew as lead aircraft in D-Day 
					invasion; 8/4/45 returned to USA; 10/26/45 to RFC;  To NC88874 in 1946  and later N88874 with several owners.  
					Converted to AC-47 configuration by Aero Heritage Museum bearing civil registration N88874.  May have seen 
					covert duty with CIA in 1960s, then later to National Jet Service then Air Indiana in 1978.  Purchased 
					by Commemorative Air Force for preservation.
				92848 (MSN 12694) w/o Apr 15, 1944 in crash 300 mi W of Ascension Island. Atlantic Ocean
				92849 (MSN 12695)
				92850 (MSN 12696) damaged Sep 25, 1945 in landing at Bremen
				92851 (MSN 12697) to LN-IAL, SE-CFS, LN-RTE
				92852 (MSN 12699)
				92853 (MSN 12700)
				92854 (MSN 12701)
				92855 (MSN 12702)
				92856 (MSN 12703) to Turkish Af as 6054
				92857 (MSN 12704) delivered Mar 30, 1944, to USSR.  On Jul 19, 1944 to Poland Air Force as No. 4. 
					Sep 15, 1946 to civil registry for LOT (Polish Air Lines) reg. SP-LCH.  On Nov 12, 1959 to Denmark 
					reg. OY-AIC.  To French Air Force as 4292857 rereg. to F-BRGM. 
					In 1972 to Yugoslavia Air Force reg. 71241.  On Aug 2, 1979 to OCZS - Obrazovni Centar Zracnog 
					Saobracaja (civil training centre) at Zagreb Yugoslavia reg. YU-ABU.  On Nov 5, 1979 to Atlas 
					Aircraft Corporation reg. N8071X. Temporary reg. Sept 1981 TN-ADS for 
					delivery to SAAF reg. 92857, converted to C-47TP, (turbine engines) Aug 1, 1995. 
					July 2009 in use by 35th Squadron SAAF. 
				92858 (MSN 12705)
				92859 (MSN 12706)
				92860 (MSN 12707)
				92861 (MSN 12709) damaged May 26, 1950 in landing at Neuiberg
				92862 (MSN 12710)
				92863 (MSN 12711) by 1955 was CF-CUB of Canadian Pacific Airlines.  To CR-LCZ and in 1976 with 
					TAAG Angola Airlines as D2-LCZ
				92864 (MSN 12712) to Canadair 1945-1946 for conversion to DC-3A-456.  Registere LN-IAG with Det Norske 
					Luftfartselskap AS (DNL) Sep 21, 1946.  DNL became SAS Aug 1, 1948, plane named "Guttorm Viking" 
					After being damaged registered LN-IKG by SAS Nov 13, 1948.  Regisered CF-HGL by Maritime Central Airways
					Aug 21, 1953.  Registered N37906 by Southern Flyer Inc Apr 21, 1978.  DBR by hurricane in 1979.
  				92865 (MSN 12713)
				92866 (MSN 12714) w/o Apr 13, 1944 in Natal, Brazil on ferry flight
				92867 (MSN 12715) to Mexican AF Sep 19, 1947.  Now on display at College De La Salle,
					Bogota, Colombia.
				92868 (MSN 12716, 313th TCG) lost Jun 5, 1944.  MACR 7982
				92869 (MSN 12717) to N3975C, by 1954 was N53V of Piedmont 
					Aviation, Inc
				92870 (MSN 12719) to NEIAF as DT-985, callsign VH-RCB.  By 1955 was
					PK-DPE of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV
				92871 (MSN 12720) to Mauritania as 5T-MAB
				92872 (MSN 12721) to Czech State Airline as OK-WAP, then to French AF as (2872
				92873 (MSN 12722) converted to VC-117C.  By 1956 was N55303 of
					Pioneer Airlines
				92874 (MSN 12723) to PP-LPB
				92875 (MSN 12724)delivered to USAAF 10Mar44; 8th Air Force, UK 20Apr44; 9th Air Force, Europe 22Apr44; 
					Reconstruction Finance Corporation 20Sep45
				92876 (MSN 12725) sold Aug 22, 1946.  to Czechoslovakian State Airlines as OK-WDY Dec 1947.
					W/o Feb 27, 1950 when crashed into mountain "Vysoká Hole", Hrubý Jeseník while on flight 
					OK0503 from Ostrava to Praha, five fatalities from the 31 people on board.
				92877 (MSN 12726) With 20th Tactical Fighter Wing at RAF Wethersfield in May 1968 and to MASDC on May 2, 1970.  To N75T
				92878 (MSN 12727) to N13E, N104RP
				92879 (MSN 12729) with 442 TCG, 303TCS crashed 16 km from d'Aix-en-
					Provence Feb 2, 1946.
				92880 (MSN 12730) Delivered to USAAF 11Mar44; 8th Air Force, UK 26Apr44; 9th Air Force, Europe 31May44; 
					Foreign Liquidation Commission 13Jun47; Ceskoslovenské Státní Aerolinie; Registered OK-WDL; 
					Armée de l'Air / French Air Force 1Mar60 as 42-92880; Groupe Aérien d'Entraînement et de 
					Liaison 2/60, Villacoublay, Paris Nov60, radio call sign F-RAJE; Stored Châteaudun 1971; 
					Brabier, Brevanne; Registration F-BRGK reserved, ntu; Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko 
					Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1971 as 71245; WFU at Vidikovac, Belgrade; noted derelict 
					and dismantled in a yard in the town Aug 2012
				92881 (437th TCG) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13896
				92882 (MSN 12732) to civilian registry as NC57674.
				92883 (MSN 12733) to USAAF Mar 17, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17176 Mar 17, 1944
				92884 (MSN 12734) to NL-210 (Dutch East Indies AF) then to KLM as PH-TCC, 
					then to Sobelair Mar 1948 as OO-SBE
				92885 (MSN 12735) reportedly w/o Oct 10, 1963
				92886 (MSN 12736) to XC-CNI
				92887 (MSN 12737) with 73rd TCS, Aldermaston, England crashed Dec 13, 1944.  Plane failed to become airborne
					due to frost/ice on the wings.
				92888 (MSN 12739) w/o Jul 28, 1944 at Membury, UK in takeoff accident.
				92889 (MSN 12740)
				92890 (MSN 12741) to civil registry as C-FMOC.  Now derelict at Bradley Air Services at Carp Airport.
					Unlikely to fly again.
				92891 (MSN 12742) w/o Jul 29, 1945 at Billacoublay, France
				92892 (MSN 12743) to USAAF Mar 23, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17177 Mar 23, 1944
				92893 (MSN 12744)
				92894 (MSN 12745)
				92895 (MSN 12746) with 315th TCG, 310th TCS lost Sept 21, 1944
				92896 (MSN 12747)
				92897 (MSN 12749)
				92898 (MSN 12750)
				92899 (MSN 12751)
				92900 (MSN 12752) to Turkish AF as 6047 
				92901 (MSN 12753) to USAAF Mar 24, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17178 Mar 24, 1944
				92902 (MSN 12754)
				92903 (MSN 12755)
				92904 (MSN 12756, 302nd TCS, 441st TCG) shot down by AAA near Beers, Holland Sep 17, 1944 during
					Operation Market Garden.  MACR 10285.  Crew of four returned.
				92905 (MSN 12757) to Turkish Air Force, coded 12-059.
				92906 (MSN 12759) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C40, RP-C40.  WFU at Manila
				92907 (MSN 12760) in 1946 to Government of Mozambique, operated by DETA (Direccao
					de Exploracao dos Transportes Aereos or Linhas Aereas de Mocambique - LAM)
					as CR-ABQ, named "LUPATA".  In 1971 to Portuguese AF as FAP 6174.  In
					1977 to Zaire, ultimate fate obscure.
				92908 (MSN 12761) to French civil registry as F-BEII.  To Madagascar as 5R-MAI, 5R-MMD
				92909 (MSN 12762)
				92910 (MSN 12763)
				92911 (MSN 12764) to Turkish Af as 6087
				92912 (MSN 12765)
				92913 (MSN 12766) w/o Apr 18, 1945 in takeoff accident Giessen, Germany
				92914 (MSN 12767) to NEIAF as NL-206.  To KLM as PH-TBY
				92915 (MSN 12769) by 1955 was TC-BAZ of Devlet Hava Yollari.
				92916 (MSN 12770) Delivered to USAAF Mar44; Headquarters Squadron, 27th Air Base Group, Bergstrom, TX; 
					Damaged taxing at Barksdale, LA 20Apr50; 4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron (Jungle Jim), Eglin, FL (1961); 
					Bien Hoa, Saigon, South Vietnam.  w/o Sep 6, 1965 at Bien Hoa AB, South Vietnam
				92917 (MSN 12771) to Turkish AF as 6076, coded CBK-76.  Noted in June 2011 displayed at gate of Erkilet AB, Turkey
				92918 (MSN 12772)
				92919 (MSN 12773)
				92920 (MSN 12774) to Polish AF as No. 6.  To Polish Air Lines (LOT) as SP-LCG, to Iran Air
					as EP-AEH, to Air Taxi Co as EP-AEH, to Iran Asseman Air Lines
					as EP-AEH, to Air Service Co as EP-AEH.  Ultimate fate uncertain.  LOT had several C-47 aircraft registered
					as SP-LCC over the years.
				92921 (MSN 12775) to PH-TBN, AP-ACE to Pakistan Airways w/o Nov 26, 1948 on Karachi-Lahore flight, crash at 
					Vehari (fuel tank caught fire) 21 killed.
				92922 (MSN 12776)
				92923 (MSN 12777)
42-92924/93283		Douglas C-47A-20-DK Skytrain
				MSNs beginning with 12779 and ending with 13177, with entries ending with '8' skipped.
				92924 (MSN 12779) to USAAF Mar 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5Z BuNo 17175 Mar 21, 1944
				92925 (MSN 12780) to USAAF Mar 14, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17181 Mar 14, 1944.
				92926 (MSN 12781) 
				92927 (MSN 12782)
				92928 (MSN 12783)
				92929 (MSN 12784) lost Oct 10, 1945, Saipan
				92930 (MSN 12785) became NC88783, then XB-FUX.
				92931 (MSN 12786) to Honduras AF as FAH300 Dec 1947.  Ditched in sea
					off coast of El Salvador May 5, 1957, 2 crew members killed.
				92932 (MSN 12787)
				92933 (MSN 12789) by 1955 was N91222 of Allegheny Airlines
				92934 (MSN 12790) by 1955 was VH-AOH of Butler Air Transport
				92935 (MSN 12791)
				92936 (MSN 12792) by 1954 was N91229 of Allegheny Airlines.  To Fuerze Aerea Argentina and preserved as TC-34
					at Buenos Aires.
				92937 (MSN 12793) to Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airlines as VR-HEN.  To Air Outre-Mer
					(French Overseas Departments and Territories) as F-OAHY.
					Destroyed by shell fire while parked at Muong Sai Airport,
					Laos Feb 13, 1954.  Some reports give the date as Feb 13, 1953.
				92938 (MSN 12794)
				92939 (MSN 12795) (44 AB Sq, 4109 Ops Grp) crashed on landing at Lake Charles AFB, LA Apr 4, 1952.
				92940 (MSN 12796)
				92941 (MSN 12797)
				92942 (MSN 12799)
				92943 (MSN 12800)
				92944 (MSN 12801) w/o Mar 27, 1944 at Buckley Field, Colorado
				92945 (MSN 12802)
				92946 (MSN 12803)
				92947 (MSN 12804)
				92948 (MSN 12805)
				92949 (MSN 12806)
				92950 (MSN 12807) to USAAF Mar 20, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG487 Mar 28, 1944.  44 Sqdn
					SAAF.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				92951 (MSN 12809) to USAAF Mar 20, 1944.  to RAF in UK as Dakota III KG488 Apr 2, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF Apr 26, 1944.  Destroyed in air raid on Evere, Belgium Jan 1, 1945.
				92952 (MSN 12810) to USAAF Mar 20, 1944. To RAF as Dakota III KG489.  To UK Apr 11, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF May 10, 1944.  13 OTU RAF Jun 6, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 18, 1944.
					Crashlanded at Evere, Belgium Sep 21, 1944 following flak damage over Arnhem, Netherlands
				92953 (MSN 12811) to USAAF Mar 24, 1944.  To RAF in India as Dakota III KG490 May 14, 1944.  
					357 Sqdn RAF. 435 Sqdn RAF.  Sank back onto belly at Comilla Aug 2, 1945 after undercarriage 
					prematurely raised during takeoff.  SOC Sep 20,1945.
				92954 (MSN 12812) to USAAF Mar 20, 1944.  to RAF in India as Dakota III KG491 apr 2, 1944.
					SEAAC Jun 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  MIA from supply dropping
					mission over Burma May 4, 1945.
				92955 (MSN 12813) to USAAF Mar 26, 1944.  To RAF in India as Dakota III KG492 Apr 12, 1942.
					353 Sqdn RAF.  To Indian government Nov 28, 1946, To Indian AF as VP908
					Nov 28, 1946.  To Pakistan AF as C-400 Sep 1947. WFU.  Registered in Pakistan as
					G-AOCT, to Air Madaascar first as F-OAYR Mar 27, 1957, then 54-MAJ Jan 1963.
					Crashed on takeoff at Faafangana Airport, Madagascar
					Jul 15, 1963. 3 crew, 2 passengers killed.
				92956 (MSN 12814) to USAAF Mar 26, 1944.  to RAF at RAF Nassau Apr 17, 1944 as Dakota III KG493
					To India May 18, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.  Crashlanded at Sylhet, India Jun 23, 1944 after hitting tree 
					during overshoot in bad visibility
				92957 (MSN 12815) to USAAF Mar 26, 1944.  to RAF at RAF Nassau as Dakota III KG494 Apr 12, 1944.
					To India May 18, 1944.  1 ADU RAF.  Crashed in desert 2 mi W of Habbaniya May 26, 1944 after 
					running out of fuel in dust storm.
				92958 (MSN 12816) to USAAF Mar 26, 1944.  To RAF West Africa as Dakota III KG495 Apr 6, 1944. 
					West Africa May 18, 4944.  1314 Flt RAF.  SOC Jun 29, 1946
				92959 (MSN 12817) to USAAF Mar 24, 1944.  To RAF for MAAF at RAF Montreal as Dakota III KG496 Mar 1, 1944.
					MAAF Sep 25, 1944.  India Feb 22, 1945.  267 Sqdn RAF.
					Transferred to Indian AF as VP904 Sep 25, 1947.
				92960 (MSN 12819) to USAAF Mar 26, 1944.  To RAF for MAAF as Dakota III KG497 Apr 1, 1944.
					MAAF Oct 5, 1944.  2 Sqdn SAAF Nov 20, 1944.  96 Sqdn RAF India May 31, 1945..  Transferred to Indian
					AF as MA965 Sep 25, 1947.
				92961 (MSN 12820) to USAAF Mar 26, 1944.  (3rd TCG) lost May 27, 1945.  MACR 14528.  There
					is an RAF record card saying that this plane went to RAF
					as Dakota III KG498 Apr 7, 1944.  To RAF Middle east Dec 21, 1944.  28 Sqdn SAAF.
					Flew into a hill at night 10 mi SW of Torrettoria, Italy Dec 21, 1944.
				92962 (MSN 12821) to USAAF Mar 26, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG499 Apr 1, 1944.  SEAAC Apr 6, 1944.
					RAF Midle East Jun 21, 1945  44 Sqdn SAAF.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To VT-CGG of Indian 
					Airlines Corp.  W/o Jan 3, 1950 in crash 4 mi NW of Taksing, India.  9 killed.
				92963 (MSN 12822) to USAAF Mar 24, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG500 apr 2, 1944.  RAF UK Apr 11, 1944.
					271 Sqdn RAF Apr 25, 1944.  Flew into high ground in cloud 6 mi NE of Kell, Germany May 25, 1945.
				92964 (MSN 12823) delivered to USAAF 26Mar44; delivered to Royal Air Force 2Apr44 as Dakota III KG501 
					at Montreal, Canada; No.575 Squadron 25Apr44; No.437 Squadron 24Sep44; No.22 Maintenance Unit 4Nov46; 
					Global Aviation 4Mar47; Returned to USAAF May 12, 1947.  To Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko 
					Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 5Dec47 as 7306; Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (JAT) 1949; registered YU-ABJ; 
					Yemen Airlines; Registered 4W-ABR; Crashed Taiz-Al Janad Airport, Yemen 13Dec 1973.
				92965 (MSN 12824) delivered to USAAF 23Mar44; delivered to Royal Air Force 31Mar44 as Dakota III, serial KG502; 
					No.109 0TU; No.1383 (Transport) Conversion Unit, RAF Crosby on Eden; crashed on Cold Fell near Castle 
					Carrock, Cumberland, 3rd February 1946; The crew of the aircraft were undertaking a night cross 
					country navigation exercise. They had taken off in the evening of the 2nd February. While 
					returning to the air station at around 02:00 on the 3rd the aircraft struck the north western ridge 
					of Cold Fell, Castle Carrock, UK some 7 miles from the airfield. The remains of the aircraft were 
					then destroyed by an intense fire.	
				92966 (MSN 12825) to USAAF Mar 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG503 Mar 31, 1944.  To Middle East
					Sep 28, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946.  By 1955 was TC-ESI of Devlet Hava Yollari.
					To Turkish AF 1966.
				92967 (MSN 12826) to USAAF Mar 23, 1944.  to RAF at RAF Nassau as Dakota III KG504 Apr 9, 1944.
					To RAF India Mayu 8, 1944.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CJD Feb 22, 1947.
					W/o Apr 5, 1950 at Hatiara, India
				92968 (MSN 12827) to USAAF Mar 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG505 Apr 2, 1944.  To RAF India
					May 19, 1944.  436 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  ACSEA 1945. Sold to Indian
					government Jan 30, 1947
				92969 (MSN 12829) To USAAF Mar 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG506.  To RAF India May 5, 1944.
					To Siamese AF Aug 29, 1946.  To Thai AF postwar.  To Siamese Airways in 
					1947 as HS-SAB.  Inherited by Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.  Reregistered HS-TDB Sep 15, 1958.
					Registration cancelled Jan 4, 1969 but may have been used by Airservices Co., LTD.
					Stored at Don Muang AP, Thailand Mar 1978 to Mar 1983 and presumably scrapped there.
				92970 (MSN 12830) Delivered to USAAF 24Mar44; 8th Air Force, England 27Apr44; 9th Air Force, Europe 27Apr44; 
					Ford Motor Company; Registered NC57779, later as N57779; University of Nebraska May67; 
					Registered N5108; Reregistered N51080; Reregistered N622NU; Reregistered N62D Oct71; 
					Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1971 as 71288; 
					To Nesu Air, Turkey; Registered TC-ALI;  Preserved and on display at Rahmi M Koç Müzesi, 
					Hasköy, Istanbul, Turkey
				92971 (MSN 12831) w/o Mar 6, 1945 at Shingbwiyang, Burma in takeoff accident
				92972 (MSN 12832) to XV-NIA
				92973 (MSN 12833)
				92974 (MSN 12834) w/o in forced landing at Puplackai, China Jun 5, 1944
				92975 (MSN 12835) w/o Apr 2, 1945, Monglong, Burma
				92976 (MSN 12836) w/o Nov 24, 1945 Warazup, Burma in takeoff accident
				92977 (MSN 12837)
				92978 (MSN 12839)
				92979 (MSN 12840) damaged on takeoff at Kunming, China Sep 13, 1945.
				92980 (MSN 12841) in open storage at Carp Airport in bad condition as C-FMOC.
				92981 (MSN 12842) to Phillippine civil registry as PI-C649, RP-C649
				92982 (MSN 12843) Delivered to USAAF 24Mar44; 4th Troop Carrier Squadron, 62nd Troop Carrier Group, Algiers 17Apr44; 
					In mid air collision with C-47 41-18446 and C-47A 42-23527 at Gaudo, Italy 14May44; 
					To Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 5Nov45; registered NC45393; Babb Co, Inc, Glendale, CA; 
					Mutual Defense Assistance Program as 49-2615; rebuilt by Aviation Maintenance Company, Van Nuys, 
					Glendale, CA; departed Van Nuys c24Sep49; To Royal Hellenic Air Force as 49-2615
				92983 (MSN 12844) Became N54705 of Pan American World Airways, Inc.
					Then became EC-WQB, then EC-AQB.
				92984 (MSN 12845) to LV-ROT Sep 19, 1949, LV-AHD Sep 21, 1949.  Registration
					cancelled Jan 2, 1961
				92985 (MSN 12846) w/o Jun 24, 1945, China (?)
				92986 (MSN 12847) To USAAF Apr 1, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17188 Apr 1, 1944.
				92987 (MSN 12849) damaged at Atkinson Field, BGA Aug 5, 1945.
				92988 (MSN 12850) to civil registry as CF-DSW, to Zonas Oeste y Norte de
					Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ABY.  To Aerolineas Aeroposta
					To Lineas Aereas del Estado (Argentinian AF)in Jun 1966 as T-08.
					In 1968 to Paraguayan AF as T-63.  WFU.
				92989 (MSN 12851) to VT-CCH, XY-ACJ, to UBT-710 Burma AF
				92990 (MSN 12852) on civil registry as N16602.  On display at Travis AFB, California
				92991 (MSN 12853) to N100SD
				92992 (MSN 12854) w/o May 14, 1944 at Gaudo, Italy in midair collision with 41-18446
					and 42-23527.
				92993 (MSN 12855) to Canadian civil registry as CF-CUF with Canadian Pacific Airlines.  Struck tree on
					Mt Oanagan while making an approach to Penticton, British Columbia when drifted below the minimum
					altitude permissible Dec 22, 1950.  Both pilots killed, 16 survivors.	
				92994 (MSN 12856) 
				92995 (MSN 12857) returned to USA Aug 20, 1945, to RFC Jun 5, 1946.
					To West Coast Airlines as NC44587 Nov 6, 1946.  Leased as CF-ONH
					for Pacific Western Airlines from Apr 17, 1962, then back to West
					Coast Airlines Aug 6, 1963 as N44587.  Pacific Western bought
					CF-ONH Mar 15, 1964.  At some point Air West bought it and
					registered it as N44587.  Aerodyne Corp of Renton, WA bought
					it on Jan 28, 1969, but Aerodyne eventually went out of business.
					Seen derelict Jan 1980, apparently inactive since May 1974.
					Registered as N353SA for Salair Jan 1988.  Reported at
					Nanaimo, BC Jan 1997 as N44587.  Boutht by RF Aircraft Services
					Jan 10, 1992, but may not have gone anywhere.  Registered for
					Alta Leasing of Utah Dec 8, 1997 as DC-3C.  Operated by Desert
					Air Transport and is still current in Anchorage, AK
				92996 (MSN 12859) w/o Sep 19, 1944 Bordj Menaiel, Algeria due to structural failure.
				92997 (MSN 12860) w/o Apr 26, 1944 Parnamirim Field, Natal, Brazil in takeoff accident.
				92998 (MSN 12861, 25th TCS, 64th TCG) crashed Nov 1, 1944 Poleymieux, France
				92999 (MSN 12862)
				93000 (MSN 12863)
				93001 (MSN 12864, 314th TCG) lost Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10283
				93002 (314th TCG, MSN 12865) crashed Jun 6, 1944 near French village of
					Coquene after being damaged by ground fire during
					night paradrop.  MACR 6008
				93003 (MSN 12866)
				93004 (MSN 12867) to MASDC Dec 19, 1967.  To excess Mar 31, 1970.
				93005 (MSN 12869) to MASDC Jul 18, 1969.  To excess Mar 31, 1970
				93006 (MSN 12870)
				93007 (MSN 12871) to MASDC Apr 28, 1964
				93008 (MSN 12872) to USAAF 29Mar44.  to RAAF as A65-45 17Apr44.   3 AD 15Apr44.   2 AP 19Apr44.  
					38 Sqn RAAF VH-CIB 06May44. 35 Sqn RAAF 17Mar45. 13 ARD RAAF 01May45.  33 Sqn RAAF 09Jul45.
					3 AD 10Apr46.  Qantas Empire Airways for £6250 as VH-EAK, later VH-BPL.  To Thai AF as L2-13/96 23Oct53.
					crashed Si Racha 18Jan80   
				93009 (MSN 12873) to USAAF 28Mar44.  To RAAF as A65-44 12Apr44.  3 AD 12Apr44. 2 AP 18Apr44. 38 Sqn RAAF VH-CIA 21Apr44.
					undercarriage retracted on tarmac Lae, crew uninjured. 13 ARD RAAF 29Oct45. 33 Sqn RAAF 19Nov45.
					DAP RAAF 26Mar46.  37 Sqn RAAF 14Oct46. 38 Sqn RAAF 06Nov46.  Qantas Empire Airways VH-EAP then VH-EBY 20Apr48 for £6250.
					Trans Australian Airways 'Kaviang' VH-SBG 01Sep60.   Air Niugini P2-SBG then P2-ANP 01Nov73.
					Insured Aircraft Title Service Inc N5590A 25Feb80 operated for Red Cross in Thailand.   Bush pilots Airways 28Oct81.
					Air Queensland Cargo VH-BPL 05Oct82.   As VH-BPL donated to Qantas Founders Outback Museum at Longreach 
					QLD Australia Feb 20, 2004 and painted in Qantas Empire Airways scheme as "VH-EAP".  
				93010 (MSN 12874) to USAAF  28Mar44.  To RAAF as A65-46 17Apr44.  3 AD RAAF 15Apr44.  2 AP 19Apr44 
					38 Sqn RAAF VH-CIC 01May44.   36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-V 22Dec44.   ANA Parafield 05Oct45 
					1 AD RAAF 16Apr46.  1APU 18Jun46.   3 AD 09May47.  CFS RAAF 07Aug47 
					Det 1 Tocumwal 27May48.  To  DCA for £6400 20Oct48.   Registered VH-JVF 26Oct48.   VH-CAR 14Jul50 
					Qantas May61.  VH-EDC 12Jul61 leased Fiji Airways 12Apr65.  Qantas 27Jun66.   Bush pilots Airways 17Jun72 
					leased Connair 1973.   BPA PNG Pty Ltd 08Aug73.   Bush pilots Airways 27Jan77.   VH-EDC crashed into
					 Botany Bay Apr94 destroyed during filming of "The Pacific" TV mini series 2008  
				93011 (MSN 12875) to USAAF 28Mar44.  to RAAF as A65-47 07Apr44.  3 AD RAAF 15Apr44.  2 AP 20Apr44.
					 DAT 33 Sqn RAAF VH-CUO yellow UO rear of cockpit windows 10May44.   13 ARD RAAF 26Sep44.
					 33 Sqn RAAF coded BT-Q 12Dec44.   DAP RAAF Parafield 01Mar46.   1 AD RAAF 09Aug46
					 Trans Australian Airways VH-TAG "Grant"  later "Giles" 23Aug46.   leased Ansett Airways 19Jun50 
					 Registered VH-MAH 11Nov60.  To Ansett-Mandated Airlines VH-MAV 12Jan61.  Ansett Airlines of PNG 19May68.
					 Far East Air Transport B-261 08Dec69.   WFU 
				93012 (MSN 12876) to RCAF as Dakota III 965.  Sold to ALPA Aerotaxis of Peru as OB-T-1043.
				93013 (MSN 12877) to RCAF as Dakota III 966.  W/o 1944.
				93014 (MSN 12879) to USAAF Apr 4, 1944, to US Marine Corps as BuNo 17182 Apr 4, 1944.
				93015 (MSN 12880) to NEIAF as DT-941, callsign VH-RDK
				93026 (MSN 12892) to France Jul 15, 1947 as F-BEFN, SATT, Villacoublay 1947.  Air France Jan 13, 1948.
					To N16399 Englert Investments Inc, Miami, FL.  To Monroe County Mosquito Control Distric, Key West,
					FL.  To Carib West Airways as 8B-AAB.  Back to N16399.  To spares with tropic Air as 8P-AA.  Derlect
					in Barbados Oct to Nov 1978. 
				93028 (MSN 12894) to OK-WDN in 1947.  W/o Dec 21, 1948 at Pilos, Greece.
				93029 (MSN 12895) 315th TCG) lost Sep 21, 1944 in drop zone
					south of Arnhem, Holland during Operation Market Garden.  
					MACR 10135.  All aboard killed.  Some remains recovered
					by Dutch citizens in 1945.  The remains of five more
					were recovered in 1994.
				93030 (MSN 12896) To RFC Nov 5, 1945.  Became SE-BBN "Jarpen" (later renamed "Nore Viking")
					of ABA.  Burned out at Lulea Jan 22, 1949.
				93031 (MSN 12897) to RFC sep 22, 1945.  Reguilt as c/n 43081.  To NC13300 with United Aircraft Corp, Hartford, CT
					Sep 25, 1946.  A succession of private owners.
				93032 (MSN 12899) damaged Jul 22, 1945 in ground accident at Leon, France.  EI-ACM with Air Lingus "St Fintan".
					To HZ-AAN Saudi Arabian Airlines.  Crahed into Red Sea Jun 3.1964
				93033 (MSN 12900) to Turkish AF as 6078 and CBK-78
				93034 (MSN 12901) in accident Mar 5, 1945.
				93035 (MSN 12902) w/o in taxi accident Jul 22, 1944 at Colleville-sur-mer, France
				93036 (MSN 12903) was used in Normandy landings with 441st TCG.  to Turkish AF as 6088,
					ultimate fate obscure.
				93037 (MSN 12904) to CR-LBL and in 1976 with TAAG Angola Airlines as D2-LBL
				93038 (MSN 12905) crashed into cliff on finals near Port Logan, Scotland, UK Jul 27, 1944.  22 killed.
				93039 (MSN 12906) w/o Dec 24, 1945, Kengersfeld, West Germany.  Salvaged Feb 15, 1946.
				93040 (MSN 12907) To RFC Nov 22, 1945.  To NC54366 with Pioneer Airlnes "Stephen F. Austin.  
					Back to USAF as C-117C mar 1, 1952.  then N6666A City of New Orleans.  To N941AT.  Stored at 
					Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008 with no tail.
				93041 (MSN 12909) struck high ground near Herrenalb, Germany Nov 1, 1945. 26 of 30 onboard killed.
				93042 (MSN 12910) to Turkish AF as 6037
				93043 (MSN 12911) to USAAF Apr 2, 1944.  To RAF in India as Dakota III KG507 for VIP use May 15, 1944. 
					India Comm Sq RAF Jan 14, 1947.  Stn Fit Mauripur RAF Feb 26, 1948.  22 MU RAF Jun 7, 1949.  WFU
					To G-ALWD Jan 10,1950, to BEA as G-AMDZ Nov 23, 1950, later Channel Airways also 
					as G-AMDZ.  WFU at Southend, England Sep 1967 and scrapped there Jan 1970.
				93044 (MSN 12912) to USAAF Apr 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG508 Apr 9, 1944.  113 Wg RAF.  Spun into sea off
					Assu, Brazil Apr 21, 1944 after control lost in thunderstorm during ferry flight.
				93045 (MSN 12913) to USAAF Apr 2, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG509 via RAF Montreal Apr 7, 1944.
					RAF Middle East May 13, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  To Thai AF Aug 29, 1946
					as L2-2/90.  W/o Tachikawa AB, Japan Oct 10, 1957.
				93046 (MSN 12914) to USAAF Apr 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG510 via RAF Montreal apr 13, 1944.
					216 Sqdn RAF.  RAF Middle east May 9, 1944.   SOC Jan 30, 1947
				93047 (MSN 12915) to USAAF Apr 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG511 via RAF Montreal Apr 5, 1944.
					RAF Middle East 44 Sqdn SAAF Apr 27, 1944.  Returned to USAAF Jun 24, 1947.  
					To Jupiter Airways Ltd as VT-CHA Oct 29, 1946.  To XY-ACI wit Airways Burma Ltd 1950, 
					to UBT-709 with Burmese AF, alter 5709. To EI-ACK, 
					to G-APUC Jun 3, 1959, To Air Links Limited.  To Luanda Portuguese West Africa Aug 9, 1962.  To G-APUC 
					Aug 27, 1962, to Royal Nepal Airlines Corp as 9N-AAM Apr 3, 1964 until 1979.  
				93048 (MSN 12916) to USAAF Apr 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG512 via RAF Montreal Apr 14, 944.
					to RAF in UK Apr 22, 1944..  MIA on mission to Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 25, 1944.
				93049 (MSN 12917) to USAAF Apr 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG513 via RAF Montreal Apr 8, 1944.
					To RAF UK Apr 22, 1944. 107 OTU RAF May 16, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF. .  DBR Oct 2, 1945 when struck
					while parked at Leicester East, UK by Dakota FZ691 (ex 42-92488) 
				93050 (MSN 12919) to USAAF Apr 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG515 via RAF Montreal apr 13, 1944.
					To RAF in UK Apr 20, 1944. 271 Sqdn RAF May 8, 1944.  22 MU RAF Apr 24, 1946. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
					To KLM May 16, 1946.  PH-tCS Nov 23, 1946.  To Iran Air as EP-ACV Jul 14, 1950.  W/o Jun 30, 1953 when crashed
					on training flight at Tehran-Mehrabad Airport, Iran
				93051 (MSN 12920) to USAAF Apr 3, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG516 via RAF Montral Apr 10, 1944.
					To RAF UK Apr 21, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF May 8, 1944.  MIA from mission to Arnhem, Netherlands
					Sep 21, 1944.
				93052 (MSN 12921) to USAAF Apr 3, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG517 via RAF Nassau Apr 20, 1944.
					To 62 Sqdn RAF India May 16, 1944.  DBR May 31, 1944 when swung on
					landing at Imphal and undercarriage collapsed.
				93053 (MSN 12922) to USAAF Apr 3, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG518 via RAF Nassau Apr 21, 1944.
					India CU RAF May 2, 1944.  ACSEA CS RAF.  RAF UK Jun 16. 1944.  MAAF Aug 29, 1945.  24 Sqdn RAF 
					Dec 7, 1945.  WFU Dec 31, 1946..
				93054 (MSN 12923) to USAAF Apr 3, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG519 vi RAF Nassau Apr 14, 1944.
					RAF India May 18, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.  Wrecked when swung on landing and
					hit truck, Imphal, India Jun 26, 1944
				93055 (MSN 12924) to USAAF Apr 3, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG520 via RAF Nassau Apr 13, 1944.
					RAF India Aug 27, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  194 Sqdn RAF.  31 Sqdn RAF.  DBR when bellylanded 5 mi SE of
					Batavia, Java Nov 23, 1945 following engine failure.
				93056 (MSN 12925) to USAAF Apr 5, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG521 via RAF Nzssau Apr 16, 1944.
					to RAF India May 18, 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF. 353 Sqdn RAF.  Wrecked when overshot landing
					and rolled into depression, Simla, Nepal May 7, 1946
				93057 (MSN 12926) to USAAF Apr 5, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG522 via RAF Montreal Apr 8, 1944.
					RAF MiddleEast May 12, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAAF Oct 19, 1945.  575 Sqdn RAF Oct 19, 1945.
					216 Swqdn RAF Middle East Ean 31, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
					By 1954 was ET-T-18 of Ethiopian Air Lines, Inc.  W/o at Bulcha, Ethiopoa Jul 16, 1960.
				93058 (MSN 12927) to USAAF Apr 3, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG523 via RAF Montreal Apr 7, 1944.
					267 Sqdn RAF Middle East Apr 27 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF India Feb 22, 1945.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947
				93059 (MSN 12929) to USAAF Apr 4, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG525 via RAF Montreal Ap4 7, 1944.
					Middle east Oct 7, 1944.  28 Sqdn SAAF.  Stalled and crashed after tire
					burst on takeoff, Maison Blanche, Algeria Mar 15, 1945.
				93060 (MSN 12930) to USAAF Apr 4, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG526.  Diverted to RCAF as KG526, no
					RAF service.  WFU Nov 21, 1945.  To CF-TED with Trans Canada Airlines Dec 1, 1945.   
					To Canadair Ltd as CF-DXU Jun 22, 1946.  Ottawa Air Svces Ltd, Ottawa 27Sep68 Keen Construction 
					Ltd, Ft Nelson, BC 20Oct69 Arctic Air, Edmonton, Alta 26Jan72.  enn Borek Air Ltd Kenting Atlas.   
					C-FDXU Reregistered Kenting Aviation Ltd 1974  Kenn Borek Air Ltd 1976  cancelled Jan83, expired 10Nov81 
				93061 (MSN 12931) damaged Dec 8, 1944 at RAF Kemble, UK
				93062 (MSN 12932)  tro RFC Jun 28, 1946.  To YV-ANA Linea Aeroposta Venezolana.  Registered YV-C-ANA.  Cancelled
					1969.
				93063 (MSN 12933) to NEIAF as DT-980, callsign VH-RCV.  To PK-RCW with KNILM Oct 24, 1947.  To Garuda Indonesian
					Airwahs  Dec 28, 194 as PK-GDL.  WFU Merpati Nusantara in 1972.
				93064 (MSN 12934) with 315th TCG, 309th TS lost Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 21, 1944.
				93065 (MSN 12935, 314th TCG) lost Jun 7, 1944, Normandy, France.  MACR 5698
				93066 (MSN 12936)Converted to VC-47A sep 2954.  To N2216S with University of Illinois, Urbana, IL as training airframe.
				93067 (MSN 12937) to Chile AF as 962.  In Museo Nacional de Aeronautica de Chile, Los Cerrilos.
				93068 (MSN 12939) to F-BFGE wit Air France Jun 24, 1955.  Registration cancelled on
					Mar 14, 1968.  To 5T-CAA
				93069 (MSN 12940)
				93070 (MSN 12941) w/o Nov 1, 1945, Ettringen, West Germany
				93071 (MSN 12942) w/o Aug 22, 1944, Wantage, UK
				93072 (MSN 12943) to Spanish AF as T.3-14
				93073 (MSN 12944) damaged Jul 19, 1945 at RAF Biggin Hill, UK
				93074 (MSN 12945) w/o Nov 7, 1959 when crashed near tainan, Taiwan
				93075 (MSN 12946)
				93076 (MSN 12947) W/o Apr 9, 1944, Fairfax Field, Kansas City, Missouri
				93077 (MSN 12949) to Turkish AF as 6042
				93078 (MSN 12950) to Turkish AF as 6033
				93079 (MSN 12951)
				93080 (MSN 12952) w/o Apr 25, 1944 at Marrakech AB, Morocco
				93081 (MSN 12953) to NEIAF as NL-208, to KLM West-Indisch Bedrijfas PH-TCA.  WFU in 1948.  Crashlanded in 1948/49.
					Sold to Avianca of Colombia as HK-521, broken up for spares
				93082 (MSN 12954) w/o in taxi accident Nov 6, 1944 Dreux, France
				93083 (MSN 12955) to Turkish AF as 6096 Apr 24, 1949.
				93087 (MSN 12960) used to deliver baby camel and sweets to children
					of Berlin durin the airlift Oct 22, 1948.  Aircraft bore legend
					"Camel Caravan to Berlin" above cabin windows.
				93088 (MSN 12961) w/o Apr 6, 1945 in crash 12 mi NW of Malmedy, Belgium
				93089 (MSN 12962) to Honduras AF as FAH304 Oct 1962
				93090 (MSN 12963) 
				93091 (MSN 12964) to MASDC on Aug 18, 1968
				93092 (MSN 12965) to Turkish AF as 6026
				93093 (MSN 12966) to Turkish AF as 6080
				93094 (MSN 12967) served with Chilean AF as 962 and WFU in 1974.
				93095 (MSN 12969, 439th TCG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 8408
				93096 (MSN 12970) carried 82nd Airborne Pathfinders on D-Day,
					17th plane into Normandy.  Also flew on resupply mission to
					the 101st at Bastonge and carried 506th Pathfinders into
					Holland for Operation Market Garden.  Flew with Pathfinder
					Group on Operation Varsity Mar 12, 1945 (the crossing of the
					Rhine) with 17th Airborne.  To civil registry as N58NA.
					By 1954 was OH-LCE of Aero O/Y.
				93097 (MSN 12971) to NC38942.
				93098 (MSN 12972) was first C-47 into Normandy.  Lost with 439th TCG Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 9838
				93099 (MSN 12973)
				93100 (MSN 12974)
				93101 (MSN 12975) being restored for Airborne and Special Operation
					Museum (opens May 2000).  It will be displayed as
					43-15623 which spent the war assigned to the 9th
					AF 62nd Troop Carrier Squadron.
				93102 (MSN 12976) to Chile AZF as 952.  W/o Jan 28, 1959
				93103 (MSN 12977) lease-purchase to Lineas Aereas Nacionales (Lansa) as C-76, to C-306 for
					Lansa, to HK-306 for Lansa.  W/o Dec 7, 1948 when DBR at Bogota, Colombia
				93104 (MSN 12979) to USAAF Apr 12, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17190 Apr 12, 1944
				93105 (MSN 12980) to USAAF Apr 12, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17191 Apr 12, 1944
				93106 (MSN 12981) to ZS-AVL, to XY-ACT, to ET-AGW.
				93108 (MSN 12983) by 1955 was CF-CUE of Canadian Pacific Airlines.
				93109 (MSN 12984) To USAAF. W/o 02/1/45 in fatal crash at Sahmaw, Burma
				93110 (MSN 12985) to NC41441, PP-SCD, PP-YPQ, PT-BEK, and PP-ASS
				93111 (MSN 12986)
				93112 (MSN 12987) to NC41447
				93113 (MSN 12989) by 1955 was VT-CGN of Indian Airlines Corp.
				93115 (MSN 12991) To USSR. W/o 16/06/44 after a crash 30 May 1944 at Zaliv Kresta Bay, Chukotka (Russia), 3 fatal.
				93116 (MSN 12992) To USSR. Scrapped
				93117 (MSN 12993) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).  Reported as having gone to Imperial Iranian AF Nov 19, 1962
				93118 (MSN 12994) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93119 (MSN 12995) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93120 (MSN 12996) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93121 (MSN 12997) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93122 (MSN 12999) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93123 (MSN 13000) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93124 (MSN 13001) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93125 (MSN 13002) To USSR. Ultimate Fate Obscure (UFO).
				93126 (MSN 13003) to USAAF Apr 11, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17192 Apr 14, 1944
				93127 (MSN 13004) to USAAF Apr 12, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17193 Apr 14, 1944
				93128 (MSN 13005) to USAAF Apr 18, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17194 Apr 18, 1944
				93129 (MSN 13006) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17195 Apr 14, 1944
				93130 (MSN 13007) to USAAF Apr 16, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17196 Apr 17, 1944
				93131 (MSN 13009) to USAAF Apr 16, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17198 Apr 17, 1944
				93132 (MSN 13010) to USAAF Apr 13, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG527 Apr 19, 1944.  
					107 OTU RAF May 16, 1944.  Bellylanded at Biggin Hill, UK
					Nov 29, 1944 after taking off with elevators locked.  Relegated to
					ground instructional airframe with serial 4989M and presumably
					subsequently scrapped.
				93133 (MSN 13011) to USAAF 13Apr44  to RAF UK as KG528 21Apr44  RAF Montreal 21Apr44   RAF UK  30Apr44  
					West African Comm Sqn RAF 12Aug44   RAF UK 20Sep45   RAF Vienna 16Nov45  Austrian Comm Fit RAF 26Oct46 
					24 Sqn RAF 06Jan47  WFU 02Jun47 
				93134 (MSN 13012) delivered to USAAF 13Apr44; delivered to Royal Air Force 21Apr44 as Dakota III, serial KG529; 
					Montreal, Canada; No.233 Squadron 3Jun44; No.575 Squadron; No.437 Squadron 11Dec44; 
					Sec da Aviação Civil, Portugal 20Sep46; Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland 18Oct46; 
					Registered G-AJBD 15Jan47, cancelled 15Feb48 on export to Greece; 
					Hellenic Airlines, Greece 15Feb48; registered SX-BBD; TAE Greek National Airlines 7Jul51; 
					Olympic Airways 1Jan57; Royal Hellenic Air Force 5Jan63 as 13012; WFU 22Feb77
				93135 (MSN 13013) to USAAF Apr 13, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG530 via RAF Montreal Apr 18, 1944.  
					RAF Middle East May 12, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				93136 (MSN 13014) delivered to USAAF 14Apr44; delivered to Royal Air Force 20Apr44 as Dakota III KG531; 
					Montreal, Canada; Middle East Command 8May44; Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946; 
					Foreign Liquidation Commission 29Aug46; Suidair International Airways (Nov46); 
					Registered ZS-BCY; Field Aircraft Services (Africa) Ltd; Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (JAT); 
					Registered YU-ACC 26Apr51; Crashed Oct 22, 1951 on a flight from Belgrade to Skopje, crashed near 
					Skopje killing all 12 passengers and crew 
				93137 (MSN 13015) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG532 via RAF Monmtreal Apr 20, 1944.
					RAF Middle East May 8, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.  48 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
				93138 (MSN 13016) to USAAF Apr 13, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG533 via RAF Montreal APR 21, 1944.
					RAF Middle East May 9, 1944.  21 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.   EP-AAK Iranian 
					AirwaysCO US "Persepolis"  Iran National Airlines Corp 1961   Air TaxiCO US 1976 WFU  
				93139 (MSN 13017) to USAAF Apr 13, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG534 via RAF Montreal Apr 22, 1944.
					216 Sqdn RAF.  DBR Mar 21, 1945 due to corrosion in center section caused by leaking accumulator, 
					subsequently SOC.  Somebody must have refurbished it, since it went to Air Service Co. as EP-AAK.
					Broken up at Dubai, UAE
				93140 (MSN 13019) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG536 via RAF Nassau Apr 30, 1944.
					To RAF India Jun 3, 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947, then to VT-CYG, then to N47AZ in 1994.  WFU Feb 22, 2006.
				93141 (MSN 13020) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG537 via RAF Nassau Apr 23, 1944.
					To India May 23, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Lost Jul 31, 1944.
				93142 (MSN 13021) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG538 via RAF Nassau Apr 27, 1944.
					India Jun 3, 1944.  TSTU RAF. 62 Sqdn RAF.  86 RSU RAF.  To Royal Indian Air Force.  W/o 
					Sep 19, 1945 at Dum Dum, India when engine caught fire, aircraft overshot
					runway on landing and hit a water tank.
				93143 (MSN 13022) to USAAF Apr 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG539 via RAF Nassau May 7, 1944.
					India Jun 18, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Crashlanded 12 mi NE ow Bhuj Kutch, India
					Jul 21, 1945 following engine failure.
				93144 (MSN 13023) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG540 via RAF Nassau Apr 26, 1944.
					RAF India May 22, 1944.  RAF Middle East Jun 29, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.
					To VT-CHB Jan 21, 1947.  W/o May 17, 1950 at Balurghat, India
				93145 (MSN 13024) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG541 via RAF Nqssau Apr 22, 1944.
					RAF India Jun 2, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
					To Indian AF as VP909 Apr 26, 1947
				93146 (MSN 13025) to USAAF Apr 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG542 via RAF Nassau Apr 26, 1944.
					India Jun 2, 1944.  32 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.   To VT-CJC of Indian Airlines Corp Feb 22, 1947.  WFU.
				93147 (MSN 13026) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG543 via RAF Montreal Apr 19, 1944.
					RAF UK Apr 25, 1944.  107 OTU RAF May 16, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF.  1333 (TS)CU RAF Jul 28, 1946.
					22 MU RAF Nov 26, 1946.  Returned to USAAF May 26, 1947.
					WFU  PH-TEW KLM D04Feb47.  XY-ACO Union of Burma Airways D20Feb50.  Burma Airways Corp Dec72.  
					ET-AGU Ethiopian Airlines 1977.  W/O 21Sep79 at Bare
				93148 (MSN 13027) to USAAF Apr 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG544 via RAF Montral Apr 26, 1944.
					To RAF UK May 10, 1944,.  512 Sqdn RAF Jun 3, 1944. 575 Sqdn RAF Jun 3, 1944.  Tempsfort Stn
					Flt RAF Dec 15, 1945.  22 MU RAF Jun 14, 1946.  WFU.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA), registered as 
					LV-ACH, to Aerolineas Aeroposta, Aerolineas Argentinas.  W/o Dec 30, 1950
					when crashed after takeoff from Aeroparque Camet, Mar del Plata, AR.
					17 killed, one survived.
				93149 (MSN 13029) to uSAAF Apr 15, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG546 via RAF Montreal Apr 21, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jun 4, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF.  acsea fEB 25, 1945. Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-CUZ Jul 24, 1948.  W/o Mar 29, 1955 in landing accident at Khowai AP, India.
				93150 (MSN 13030) to USAAF Apr 15, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG547 via RAF Montreal Apr 29, 1944.
					To RAF uk mAY 21, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  107 OTU RAF.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed
					during heavy landing, Leicester East, UK Sep 27, 1944
				93151 (MSN 13031) to USAAF Apr 15, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG548 via RAF Montreal Apr 21, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Apr 26, 1944.  3 ADU RAF..  Destroyed by fire after 
					undercarriage retracted during takeoff, Castel Benito, Libya May 9, 1944.
				93152 (MSN 13032) to USAAF Apr 14, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG549 via RAF Montreal Apr 22, 1944.
					RAF Middle East May 12, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.
				93153 (MSN 13033) to USAAF 15Apr44.  To RAF as Dakota III KG550 via RAF Montreal Apr 21, 1944.
					To RAF UK 27Apr44  575 Sqn RAF 03Jun44   271 Sqn RAF   525 Sqn RAF   
					22 MU RAF 18May46     SETA 28Sep46  Returned to USAAF Nov 13, 1946.  To OO-SBB Sobelair “Kamembe”  
					(Dec 13, 1946), to CF-ILZ C B Hoyt & B J Scott, Mt Joli, PQ tla Trans Labrador A/Ls   (Nov 16, 1955), 
					Trans Labrador Airlines  26Oct56  Northern Wings Ltd, Seven Islands, PQ 16Jan59  A Fecteau Tpt Aerien Ltee, 
					Senneterre, PQ 06Feb68   Northern Wings Ltd 1975  canc 23Jan78  N45727 sale rep Feb78 to Dec81   current 2011 
				93154 (MSN 13034) to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG551 via RAF Nassau Apr 30, 1944.
					To INdia Jun 3, 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				93155 (MSN 13035) to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG552 via RAF Nassau Apr 28, 1944.
					To RAF India May 26, 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  194 Sqdn RAF.  WFU May 3, 1945.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				93156 (MSN 13036) to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG553 via RAF Nassau May 2, 1944.
					To India Jun 4, 1944.  1942 Sqdn RAF.  Flew into trees 1 mi NE of Imphal, Burma
					Sep 12, 1944 after both engines failed following takeoff.
				93157 (MSN 13037) to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG554 via RAF Nassau May 2, 1944. 
					To India Jun 3, 1944.  31 sqdn RaF.  9FU RAF.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To Indian Airlines as VT-CVB.  Crashed into a
					field shortly after takeoff as a result of slipping into the ground in the course of a steep 
					turn to port carried out at night at low altitude.  4 crew, 6 passengers killed.
				93158 (MSN 13039) to USAAF Apr 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG556 via RAF nassau Apr 29, 1944.  
					To India Jun 18, 1944.  TSTU RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian Government 
					Nov 28, 1946.  Transferred to Indian AF as VP910.
				93159 (MSN 13040) completed as C-47B-5-DK.
				93160 (MSN 13041)  to N8820, N53V, CF-HGD, N341
				93161 (MSN 13042) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To South Vietnam AF under MAP Nov 3, 1972
				93162 (MSN 13043) 
				93163 (MSN 13044) damaged Jul 17, 1944 in Indiana and damaged Jul 6, 1946, Chicago MAP, Illinois
				93164 (MSN 13045) w/o Mzr 30, 1945 in landing accident at Knolwood, North Carolina
				93165 (MSN 13046) 
				93166 (MSN 13047) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To South Vietnam AF Nov 3, 1972.  To Cambodia AF Nov 3, 1972
				93167 (MSN 13049) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-370. W/o 1968
				93168 (MSN 13050) to USAAF Apr 18, 1944.  To RFC Aug 22, 1946.  To NC41398, then to XB-JIN.  To XC-BIN
					Jun 25, 1954.  Back to USA Apr 13, 1973 and registered as N90830.   Went through numerous owners.
					Mar 3, 1994  put on display at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, Portage, Michigan.
				93170 (MSN 13052) to NEIAF as DT-990, callsign VH-RDH.  By 1955 was
					PK-DPJ of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV
				93172 (MSN 13054) w/o Apr 27, 1945 at Emison Field, Indiana. 2 lost.
				93174 (MSN 13056) to NC88726, sold to FAA as T-50 May 24, 1947.
				93178 (MSN 13061) by 1955 was VT-CTZ of Indian Airlines Corp.
				93186 (MSN 13070) to civil registry as NC88740, N88740, CF-IMA,
					C-FIMA, N844TH, N582LA, then back on civil registry as N844TH.
				93189 (MSN 13073) Delivered to USAAF 20Apr44; Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) 14Nov45; 
					TWA Trans World Airlines [Fleet No 327] 26Nov45; registered NC88823; Union Steel & Wrecking Co., 29Dec53; 
					registered N35F; Grumman A/C Engineering 20Oct54; registered N56B; Oxford Paper & Co., NY 1956; 
					registered N86U 1956; Exec Air Inc., Richmond, VA 1Jun63; 
					Hawthorne Aviation, Sandston, VA 1Aug71; Holiday Reality Inc 1971; Andrew Allyn, Sarasota, FL 1Aug75; 
					Florida Airlines – Air South Sarasota 1May76; AAK – International Inc. 11Dec78; 
					E. Stuart, Hollywood, FL 25Mar80; Harold J. de Gregory, Ft Lauderdale, FL 15Aug83; 
					Glade Air Inc 1Aug85; Freefall Enterprises (ferry to Austria) 3Feb88;   Was derelict at 
					Wiener Neustadt Airbase Feb 1988 to 1995.  Registration expired 17Mar09, cancelled 20Nov14; 
					First Austrian DC-3 Dakota Club 1Sep95; preserved and on static display in Austrian Airlines 
					colour scheme as ‘OE-LBC’ at Salzburg Airport, Austria; “Arizona Lady”
				93190 (MSN 13074) to OB-R-811, N4731S, N902VC and YV-670C
				93191 (MSN 13075) w/o Jan 16, 1945 near Brownfield, Georgia.  4 lost
				93192 (MSN 13076) w/o Jun 15, 1944 in crash due to engine fire 7 mi NW of North Vernon, Indiana.  3 lost.
				93193 (MSN 13077) w/o Jul 6, 1944 at Fulton MAP, New York
				93194 (MSN 13079) to USAAF Apr 28, 1944, to US Marine Corp as R4D-5 BuNo 17199 Apr 28, 1944
				93197 (MSN 13082) to USAAF 21Apr44.   To RAAF as A65-50 10May44.  3 AD 10May44.  38 Sqn RAAF VH-CIF 18May44.
					36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-X 15Jan45.  13 ARD RAAF 25Apr45.   36 Sqn RAAF 02Jun45.  SHQ Darwin RAAF 29Apr46 
					DAP RAAF Parafield 05Sep46.  1 AD RAAF 15Aug46.   86th TW 28May47.  2 CS 31Oct47. 2 AD RAAF 24Feb48 
					GTS Wagga 11Aug48 as instructional airframe.   DAP RAAF 23Apr52.  RAAF Base East Sale 06Oct52 
					RAAF Base East Sale 30Nov52.   serviceable AAS 19Mar54.   starboard engine failed attempted a force landed not able to 
					maintain height collided with trees in a small clearing 14 miles N of Mt Cobberas near Mt Kosciusko 24Aug54.  
					6 crew killed, ohers injured.
				93198 (MSN 13083) to USAAF 21Apr44.   To RAAF as A65-48 04Jun44.  3AD 05May44.  2AP 09May44 
					Special VIP Fit for Parlimentary Delegati 7 AD RAAF 11May44.   38 Sqn RAAF VH-CID 12May44.
					7 AD RAAF 16May44.  38 Sqn RAAF 23May44. 36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-W 21Dec44.  33 Sqn RAAF 15Dec45.
					DAP RAAF Parafield 26Mar46.  1 AD RAAF 02Sep46. 37 Sqn RAAF 26Sep46. DAP RAAF 17Mar47. 
					86th TW 25Jul47.   Force landed 21Aug47 CMU Tocumwal 14Apr48.   Trans Australian Airways 07Jul48 
					sold TAA for £6250  and registered VH-TAT "Grimes" 21Jul48.   Crashed Cambridge near Barilla Bay Tasmania 08Aug51.  
				93199 (MSN 13084) to USAAF 21Apr44.   To RAAF as A65-49 06May44.  3 AD 05May44.   2 AP 10May44.  38 Sqn RAAF VH-CIE 17May44.
					 34 Sqn RAAF 15Jan45.  AD 18Apr46.  To QANTAS for £6250 as VH-BAK then VH-EAL10Dec46.  To VH-EBH 19Aug54.
					To VH-EBW 01Mar58.   BBA Cargo Pty Ltd VH-BAA 21Oct60.   Mildura Aviation Restoration Corp Jul79.
					 Warbirds Air Museum Mildura 27Oct79.  On display at Central Australian Aviation Museum Alice Springs marked as VH-EWE   
				93200 (MSN 13085) to USAAF 21Apr44.  to RAAF as A65-51 25May44.  3 AD 25May44.  38 Sqn VH-CIH RAAF 02Jun44. 
					35 Sqn RAAF 16Mar45.  36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-Z 24Apr45.  3 AD 08May46.  To Trans Australian Airways as VH-TAJ 'McKinley" 23Sep46 
					Australian Aircraft Sales 03Jan69.   Seulawah Air Services/Mandala PK-RDH 24May69.  WFU  
				93201 (MSN 13086) to RCAF as 967.  W/o at Gander Sept 27, 1946.
				93202 (MSN 13087) to RCAF as Dakota III 968. Renumbered 12952 (as a CT-129) in 1970.
					Sold as C-GCTE
				93203 (MSN 13089) to RCAF as 968, later reserialled 12952.  To civil registry
					as C-GXAV, and was then to have become N92A but NTU.  Became C-GCTE,
					then N7164E, then EC-569, then EC-FIN, then N47FL.  In Feb 2004 was
					based at North Weald, England with Aces High Flying Museum 
				93212 (MSN 13099) to RNZAF as NZ3518.
				93213 (MSN 13100) to USAAF Apr 28, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17200 Apr 28, 1944
				93214 (MSN 13101) to USAAF Apr 25, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17201 Apr 25, 1944
				93215 (MSN 13102) to USAAF Apr 26, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17202 Apr 26, 1944
				93216 (MSN 13103) to USAAF Apr 28, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17203 Apr 28, 1944
				93217 (MSN 13104) to USAAF Apr 26, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17204 Apr 26, 1944
				93218 (MSN 13105) to USAAF Apr 26, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17205 Apr 26, 1944
				93219 (MSN 13106) to USAAF Apr 30, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17206 Apr 30, 1944
				93220 (MSN 13107) to USAAF Apr 27, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17207 Apr 27, 1944
				93221 (MSN 13109) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2051.  W/o Oct 17, 1956
				93222 (MSN 13110) to Salair as N145ZA, to Servicio Aereo de Policia of Colombia
					as PNC-212.  Converted to Basler Turbo DC-3, stil PNC-212.  W/o Apr 30, 2003
					when overran the hilltop airstrip at Ocana-Aguasclaras Airport in Colombia
					and fell down a steep slope and was substantially damaged.
				93223 (MSN 13111) to MASDC. To Somalian AF under MAP Aug 24, 1966
				93224 (MSN 13112) to Thai AF as L2-36/14 Feb 16, 1971 under MAP.  Converted to
					AC-47D by May 1972.  WFU by Feb 1984 and dumped at Lopburi
					since at least May 1989.
				93226 (MSN 13114) to NC47259, VP-JAP (Jamaica) Oct 30, 1947.  Overshot and crashed into sea
					on single-engine landing at Palisadoes Airport Feb 12, 1948, repaired.  To VP-BAP (Bahamas) Feb 18, 1950, 
					VP-TBF for British West Indian Airlines (Trinidad and Tobago), 9Y-TBF also for British West Indian 
					Airlines, VP-LIL (Leeward Islands), 9Y-TCR for British West Indian Airlines, 
					then Jun 16, 1967 purchased by Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (SLM) of 
					Surinam and registered as PZ-TAX, May 4, 1972 purchased by H. R. Goodman and 
					registered in the US as N88750.
				93230 (68th TCG) lost Jun 12, 1945.  MACR 14667
				93233 (MSN 13122) to Polish AF as No. 8.
				93234 (MSN 13123) to MLD (Marine Luchtvaard Dienst--Dutch Navy) as Q-2.
					Transferred to AURI
				93238 (317th TCG) lost Dec 2, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 14588
				93244 (MSN 13134) destroyed Dec 14, 1944
				93246 (MSN 13136) to Philippine AF.  W/o Apr 15, 1971 at Basa AB, Manila.
				93247 (MSN 13137) to civil registry as NC12 with CAA.  
				93248 (MSN 13139) Nov 29, 1946 to F-BAXF for ETAT-Secretariat General
					A L Aviation civile et Commerciale.  Jan 10, 1951 to Compagnie Nationale
					Air France, Feb 13, 1951 to Societe Air Atlas, leased to Royal
					Air Maroc as CN-CCI.  To Royal Moroccan AF as 13139, call
					sign CN-ALK.  To Euroworld California Inc of Long Beach, CA
					May 19, 1978, bought and on civil registry as N9838A.  Certificate
					of registration has been revoked.
				93249 (MSN 13140) to TAP (Transportes Aereos de Portuguesa) Feb 5, 1947 as CS-TDG.
					In Sep 1958 to Government of Mozambique, operated by DETA (Direccao de
					Exploracao dos Transportes Aereos which became Linhas Aereas de Mocambique (LAM) in 1975)
					as CR-AGC named "MILANGE".  In 1972 to Portugal Forca Aerea Portugesa as
					FAP 6172.  Abandoned in Mozambique in 1974.  Preserved downtown Montepuez, Northern Mozambique (Noted in park
					in Montepuez Apr 2003)
				93251 (MSN 13142) to French civil registry as F-BAXG and currently pereserved at La Ferte-Alais Airport.  From
					1996 to 2004 was painted as 43-15101, which was lost during Normandy landings Jun 6, 1944.
				93252 (MSN 13143) sold on commercial market as  N2636.  MAY 57 YV-P-BPF, AUG 75 YV-32CP Mobil Oil Comp.
					converted as AMI DC-3 Turbo JAN 96 ZS-NKK with Airworld.  Crashed Aug 24, 1998 with Speed Service Couriers
					on takeoff from Pretoria, South Africa.  One killed.
				93254 (MSN 13145) w/o Aug 21, 1945 in takeoff accident 7 mi S of Rome, Italy
				93255 (MSN 13146) to Polish AF as No. 9.
				93257 (MSN 13149) to USAAF Apr 28, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG557 via RAF Montreal May 9, 1944.  
					353 Sqdn RAF May 19, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 9, 1945.
					435 Sqdn RAF Feb 8, 1946.  Transferred to RCAF Apr 1, 1946 as KG557.  429 Sqdn RCAF, Winnipeg,
					Manitoba.  Renumbered 12928 in 1970.  WFU Jan 18, 1975.
				93258 (MSN 13150) to USAAF Feb 28, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG558 via RAF Montreal May 4, 1944.
					To UK May 13, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Jun 3, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Feb 2, 1946.  TCAEU RAF May 20 1946.  
					Connor Aircraft Dec 19, 1946.  Returned to USAF Mar 12, 1947.
					To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ADJ.  
					To Aerolineas Aeroposta.  To Aerolineas Argentinas.  To Lineas Aereas 
					del Estado (Argentine AF) as T-09.  Destroyed in 1968.
				93259 (MSN 13151) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG559 via RAF Montreal May 7, 1944.
					To UK May 13, 1944.  233 Sqdn Jun 10, 1944.  436 Sqdn RAF Sep 167, 1945.  435 Sqdn RAF May 27, 1946.
					To Canadian government Apr 8, 1946.  .  Transferred to RCAF as KG559
					Jul 20, 1946.  To Indian AF as BJ767 Mar 21, 1962.
				93260 (MSN 13152) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG560 via RAF Montrea May 6, 1944.  To RAF in UK
					May 12, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Jun 3, 1944.  ACSEA May 16, 1945.  31 Sqdn RAF .  SOC Jul 11, 1946
					Listed as being w/o Sep 28, 1945 in Palembang, Netherland East Indies				
				93261 (MSN 13153) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG561 viA RAF Montreal May 6, 1944.
					RAF UK May 13, 1944.  233 Sqdn rAF Jun 12, 1944.  10 Sqdn RAF. 1336 TSCU RAF Aug 16, 1945.
					1382 CU RAF.  22 MU RAF.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1947.  Scottish AViatin Ltd May 10, 1947
					To OO-ATU but NTU.  WFU
				93262 (MSN 13154) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG562 via RAF Montreal May 11, 1944.
					To UK May 18, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Jun 10, 1944.  436 Sqdn RAF Nov 7, 1945.  To
					Canadian givernment Apr 2, 1946. To RCAF Jun 2, 1946.  1 ANS "VCDHT" 1952.  To N6678
					Priority Air Transport system, Redwood City, ND Aug 1968.  Arctic S Pacific Co Fairbanks, AK Dec 1969.
					Priority Air Transport System Jack Richards Aircraft, Oklahoma City, OK 1971.  To CF-NAR Nordair
					May 21, 1971.  C-FNAR Survair Jul 15, 1976.  Crashed at Sagluk, Canada Feb 28, 1977.
				93263 (MSN 13155) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG563 via RAF Montreal May 11, 1944.
					to RAF in UK May 29, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF.  436 Sqdn RAF Mar 17, 1946.
					To Canadian government Apr 23, 1946.  To RCAF Oct 1, 1946.  To 115 Air Transport Unit L United
					Nations 1958.  To civil registry as CF-LFR at Felicien Air Services Ltd.  Stored Felicien,
					Quebec Dec 9, 1949, later C-FLFR in 1974.  Survair Ltd 1977.  Bradley Air Services, Carp, Ontario
					1978.  Current 2011.
				93264 (MSN 13156) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG564 via RAF Montreal May 6, 1944.
					271 Sqen RSAF May 14, 1944.  1382 TCU RAF Nov 27, 1945. 22 MU raF May 4, 1946. 
					To Canadair Jun 17. 1946.  Returned to USAAF Sep 23, 1946.  To Zonas
					Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ACI, to
					Aerloneas Aeropostas, to Aerolineas Argentinas, to private
					operators in Brazil as PP-XEU, to Cruzeiro
					do Sul as PP-CDN.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2085.  To Rondonia Industria y
					Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-LBK.  To DATA (Dakota Taxo Aereo) as PT-LBK.  Destroyed
					while used by DATA  
				93265 (MSN 13157) to USAAF Apr 30, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG565 via RAF Montreal May 6, 1944.
					512 sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1944.  1381 TCU RAF Jul 11, 1946.  22 MU RAF
					Oct 24, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Jan 22, 1947.   To VH-SMH with Sydney Morning Herald Dec 9, 1946.
					John Fairfax and Sons Apr 16, 1946.  and crashed Oct 12, 1950 Bungulla, NSW, Australia
				93266 (MSN 13159) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG567 via RAF Montreal May 28, 1944.
					To UK Jun 5, 1944. 1 FU RAF.  108 OTU RAF Nov 2, 1944.  1382 (T)CU RAF.  22 MU RAF May 1, 1946.  
					To Canadair Sep 19, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 18, 1946.  To Zonas Oeste y
					Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as LV-ACQ.  To
					Aerolineas Argentinas.  W/o May 20, 1955 while trying to take off 
					from Rio Chico (Chaco) Airfield at Santa Cruz on cargo
					flight.  On aborted takeoff the plane fell near the airfield.
					Both pilots OK
				93267 (MSN 13160)to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.   to RAF as Dakota III KG568 vi RAF Montreal May 8, 1944.
					To UK May 30p, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  105 (T)OTU RAF Sep 18, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Oct 5, 1944.  
					To RCAF Aug 26, 1946 as KG568.  111 Com and Rescue Flight RCAF c 1955.  To Indian AF as BJ763 Mar 21, 1962.
					WFU Sep 1965
				93268 (MSN 13161) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG569 via RAF Montreal May 16, 1944.
					To UK Aug 7, 1944.  147 Sqdn RAF Sep 9, 1944.  525 Sqdn RAF Feb 2, 1946.  22 MU RAF Apr 24, 1946.
					Returned to USAAF Jun 29, 1946.  To KLM Jun 24, 1946.  WFU.
				93269 (MSN 13162) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG570 via RAF Montreal May 5, 1944.
					To UK May 13, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  Missing from mission to Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 18, 1944.
				93270 (MSN 13163) to USAAF Apr 29, 1944.  to RAF in India as Dakota III KG571 via RAF Nassau May 18, 1944.
					ACSEA Jun 13, 1944. TSTU RAF.  1334 CU RAF.  To Indian government Nov 28, 1946.  Transferred to Indian 
					AF as VP911 Sep 25, 1947.
				93271 (MSN 13164) to USAAF May 1, 1944.  to RAF in India as KG572  RAF Nassau 12May44  ACSEA RAF 18Jun44  
					194 Sqn RAF 12May44.  Sold to Indian Govt 30Jan47. Scottish Aviation Ltd 02Oct47.  G-AKJH Maharajah of Baroda 0lApr48   
					Skyways Ltd RI8May50  BEA  Edward Hillman" D21Nov50   Pionair 08May51 WAAC L Derby Aviation Ltd D17Apr61  
					Nigeria Airways L Derby Aviation Ltd  Monsaldale"  British Midland Airways 01Oct64  
					Gregory Air Svces D12Apr65  E1-ARR Emerald Airways L 15Jun67  G-AKJH Gregory Air Svces 05Dec67  
					VQ-ZJB Swazi Air 12Aug68  3D-AAH R Apr71  A2-ZHR Air Botswana Protea Airways Jul73   
					Botswana Air Service, Jan Smuts SKAT Protea Airways 04May77 via Aviation Equipment Pty Ltd 17May77  
					3700 Rhodesia AF 3 Sq 13May77 Zimbabwe AF 
				93272 (MSN 13165)  to USAAF 30Apr44  to RAF in India as KG573 12May44  RAF Nassau 12May44  
					ACSEA 27Aug44  117 Sqn RAF    1331 CU RAF Risalpur   52 Sqn RAF   to Indian Government 30Jan47 WFU  
					to VT-DBA  W/O at Katmandhu, Nepal 15May56  
				93273 (MSN 13166)  to USAAF 01May44.  to RAF in India as KG574 16May44 RAF Nassau 16May44. SEAAC 13Jun44  
					194 Sqn RAF.   MIA from supply dropping mission 12Oct44  
				93274 (MSN 13167) to USAAF May 1, 1944.  to RAF in India as Dakota III KG575 via RAF Nassau May 7, 1944.
					SEAAC Jun 13, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.  436 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  Tail struck by vehicle while parked, Patenga,
					Bangladesh Jul 12, 1945.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.
				93275 (MSN 13169) w/o Sep 29, 1944 in landing accident at Shingbweyang, Burma
				93276 (MSN 13170) 
				93277 (MSN 13171)
				93278 (MSN 13172) w/o Sep 8, 1944, Exeter, UK
				93279 (MSN 13173) to Air France leased to Air Atlas as F-BAXJ, to Deutsche. Flugttpt GmbHB as 
					D-CABA, to Skyways as G-APBP, VP-TBW (Trinidad & Tobago), 9Y-TBW for 
					British West Indian Airlines, Sep 22, 1967 purchased by Surinaamse Luchtvaart 
					Maatschappij (SLM) of Surinam and registered as PZ-TAY. Sep 22, 1970 registration 
					cnx and broken up
				93280 (MSN 13174) to NC91053 with Morrison-Knudsen and Co. Inc of 
					Boise, ID in 1945, then reregistered as N65MK; bought by CASI (Continental 
					Air Services Inc, an Asian subsidiary of Continental Airlines) as N650K 
					November 1965 and sold to Air Alliance (a rather mysterious 
					outfit, ostensibly a Seletar-based brokerage marketing used piston-engined 
					transport aircraft) October 1973 and leased to Sahakol Air 1974/5 (Sahakol 
					Air/Sahakol Air Cargo, a subsidiary of Bangkok United Mechanical Co, was a 
					legitimate firm formed to carry out contract work on behalf of the US Agency 
					for International Development, the US Embassy and the US Drug 
					Enforcement Agency. It was however, doubtless used as an acceptable 'front' 
					contractor for operations in which Air America or CASI would have been seen 
					to be 'unacceptably American'). Returned to Air Alliance and to Yemen Airways 
					1976 as 4W-ABY.  DBR on landing at Marib, N. Yemen Nov 14, 1978.
				93281 (MSN 13175) 
				93282 (MSN 13176) to N61724
				93283 (MSN 13177) To Hollinger Ungava Transport and operated by Wheeler Airlines
					as CF-DME.  After an accident in Canada it was rebuilt as N2719A.
					To N7147, to Faucett Peru as OB-PBJ-544, still Faucett Peru as OB-R-544. 
					Sold to Peruvian Navy as AT-521.  Sold to Hel Peruano as OB-1756 in 2001.
					To Aerolineas de La Paz at Villavicencio as HK-4292.  Still active
42-93284/93823		Douglas C-47A-25-DK Skytrain
				MSNs beginning with 13179 and ending with 13777, with entries ending with '8' skipped.
				93284 (MSN 13179) to USAAF Apr 25, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17208 Apr 25, 1944
				93285 (MSN 13180) to USAAF May 3, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17210 May 3, 1944
				93286 (MSN 13181) by 1954 was ET-T-2 of Ethiopian Air Lines Inc
				93287 (MSN 13182) to ZS-BCA Avair T’port  (Jul 1, 1946), to G-AJDE ( Sep 27, 1948), to VP-KGL Skyways on
                     		(May 19, 1949), to ZS-DBV (Dec 15, 1949), to G-AJDE BEA (May 10, 1950) , to PH-SSM   Transaero (Feb 3, 1961), 
					to Martins Air Charter (Jan  14, 1966) & broken up 1967
				93288 (MSN 13183) by 1955 was TC-ATA of Devlet Hava Yollari.
				93289 (MSN 13184)
				93290 (MSN 13185)
				93291 (MSN 13186) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Jan 5, 1946 as XT-T10
				93292 (MSN 13187)
				93293 (MSN 13189)
				93294 (MSN 13190)
				93295 (MSN 13191) W/o Aug 5, 1945 Lalmanirhat, India
				93296 (MSN 13192) to LR-AAA with Middle East Airlines w/o Jan 30, 1948 at Beirut IAP following ground 
					collision with Ju-52/3m
				93297 (MSN 13193)
				93298 (MSN 13194) by 1954 was PI-C41 of Philippine Air Lines.
					Operated by All Nippon Airways as JA5024 was
					DBR at Toyama Airport, Japan Oct 29, 1963.  Later put on
					display at Sakurayama amusement park, Fukagawa-shi and
					scrapped Nov 2000.
				93299 (MSN 13195)
				93300 (MSN 13196)
				93301 (MSN 13197) reportedly w/o Sep 3, 1945.
				93302 (MSN 13199) struck 42-93306 on ground at Madzab Strp, PNG Aug 31, 1945.  Both
					aircraft w/o.
				93303 (MSN 13200)
				93304 (MSN 13201)
				93305 (MSN 13202)
				93306 (MSN 13203)
				93307 (MSN 13204) w/o Feb 13, 1945 in landing accident Port Moresby, Jackson Field, Papua New Guinea.
				93308 (MSN 13205)
				93309 (MSN 13206) damaged Apr 17, 1945 in landing accident Hollandia/Sentani Strip, Pauua New Guinea
				93310 (MSN 13207) to NEIAF as DT-952, callsign VH-REF.  TO KLM as PK-REF in 1950,
					later PK-VDO.
				93312 (MSN 13210) to MLD (Marine Luchtvaard Dienst--Dutch Navy) as Q-12.  Damaged Mar 26k 1947 near Gimbat 
					Station, Jakarta, Indonesia.  Last operated by Netherlands East Indies Navy as W-12.  Postwar, the
					fuselage was mounted on a truck chassis for use as a motor home.  Now drives around Australia
					as a camper.
				93313 (MSN 13211)
				93314 (MSN 13212)
				93315 (MSN 13213)
				93316 (MSN 13214)
				93317 (MSN 13215)
				93318 (MSN 13216)
				93319 (MSN 13217) to USSR.  To Polish AF as No 10.
				93320 (MSN 13219)
				93321 (MSN 13220)
				93322 (MSN 13221) to USAAF May 9, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17211 May 9, 1944
				93323 (MSN 13222) to USAAF May 9, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17212 May 9, 1944
				93324 (MSN 13223) to USAAF May 9, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17213 May 9, 1944
				93325 (MSN 13224) to USAAF May 10, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17214 May 10, 1944
				93326 (MSN 13225) to USAAF May 11, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17215 May 11, 1944
				93327 (MSN 13226) to USAAF May 11, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17216 May 11, 1944
				93328 (MSN 13227) to USAAF May 12, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17217 May 12, 1944
				93329 (MSN 13229) w/o Jan 18, 1945, CBI
					Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					crashed into a hill in Burma, possibly shot down by ground fire.
				93330 (MSN 13230)  Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, 
					Karachi, India 1Jun44; 9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					accident landing at Mawlu, Burma 25Nov44; salvaged 30Nov44
				93331 (MSN 13231) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 10Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Mistri Airways 4Jun46; registered VT-AUI; 
					named ‘Star of Nagpur’; renamed Indian Overseas Airlines 1947; Nalanda Airways 29Jan51; 
					RG Satiarli 20Sep51; Air Survey Co of India 25Mar54; Airways India, Ltd 5Nov56; 
					Air Survey Company of India, Calcutta; WFU 1980; derelict at Kolkatta Jan09
				93332 (MSN 13232) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Mistri Airways 29Apr46; 
					registered VT-AZU; named ‘Star of Lucknow’; renamed Indian Overseas Airlines 1947; 
					Metcaero Engineering Co 24May51; Indamer Co (Pvt) Ltd; Indamer Corporation; registered N2426C 24Feb55, 
					cancelled 5Mar55;registered VT-AZU; leased to Gulf Aviation, 1958; Kalinga Airways 16Dec60; 
					Si Calcutta Jan69; Indian Air Survey 1978
				93333 (MSN 13233) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					damaged at Sookerating 5Aug44; 11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Moran, Assam, India; 
					damaged taxying at Dinjan 20Dec44; damaged landing at Bhamo, Burma 22Dec44;  destroyed on 
					ground in bombing raid Dec 25, 1944 Bhamo Strip, Burma
				93334 (MSN 13234) Delivered to USAAF 5May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra
					-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 9th Combat 
					Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India.  Hit high ground on supply mission 
					Jun 3, 1944 near Myitkyina, Burma.
				93335 (MSN 13235) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India.  W/o Jul 24, 1944 in 
					landing accident Tingkawk, Sakan, Burma
				93336 (MSN 13236) Delivered to USAAF 9May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India;  Transferred to Central 
					Air Transport Corporation Dec 29, 1945.  Crew bailed out at Zhenyuan County, Guizhou, en route 
					Shanghai to Kunming, China Mar 31, 1946.
				93337 (MSN 13237) Delivered to USAAF 9May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; damaged in forced 
					landing Irrawaddy River, Burma 2Feb45.
				93338 (MSN 13239) Delivered to USAAF 9May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 2Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; damaged taking 
					off at Warazup, Burma 31Mar45; Crashed into a mountain 13 km NW of Mabein, Burma 19May45
				93339 (MSN 13240) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 1304th Base Unit, Air Transport Command, Barrackpore, India; 
					Crashed Jan 29, 1946 in a forced landing at Barrackpore AB, India shortly after takeoff en-route to Delhi.
				93340 (MSN 13241) Delivered to USAAF 9May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Salalah; Crashed 3Jun1944 at Salalah, Sultanate of Muscat and Oman, due to engine 
					failure taking off during the ferry flight from USA to India.
				93341 (MSN 13242) lost Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; crashed on a mountain 
					near Warazup, Burma Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7176 and 7292
				93342 (MSN 13243) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; China 10Sep45
				93343 (MSN 13244) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 11Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; crash landed at 
					Momauk, Burma after an enemy fighter attack.
				93344 (MSN 13245) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, 
					India 2Jun44; 9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					Damaged landing at Bhamo, Burma 25May45; Tata Airlines 13Dec45; registered VT-AUA; 
					Air India 19Nov46; Indian Airlines Corporation 1Aug53; destroyed when HP Hermes 
					G-AKFP landed on it at Dum Dum Airport, Calcutta, India 1Sep57, four crew killed. In bad weather, 
					the Hermes had lined up an approach to the wrong runway; the Indian Airlines DC-3 has just 
					been cleared to line up and hold. On landing, the Hermes struck the DC-3.
				93345 (MSN 13246) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 9th Combat 
					Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; damaged landing at Myitkyina, 
					Burma 25Jul44; 62nd Army Airways Communications System Group, Chabua, Assam, India; 
					W/o in takeoff accident Apr 23, 1945 at Rumkhapalong, India
				93346 (MSN 13247) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, 
					India 1Jun44; 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; To Indian Government 10Apr46
				93347 (MSN 13249) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, 
					India 8Jun44; 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 16th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					4th Combat Cargo Group, Ledo, Assam, India; damaged taking off at Ledo 17Sep45; 
					To Indian Government 10Apr46.
				93348 (MSN 13250) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano; 
					Damaged by C-46A 42-61035 taking off at Kano, Nigeria 27May44 during the ferry flight 
					from USA to India; Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; 9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 14Aug44; 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India.  
					Transferred to China Sep 16, 1945
				93349 (MSN 13251) Delivered to USAAF 8May44; Bond Project Squadron A-1, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 2Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; missing en route between 
					Dinjan and Myitkyina 24Jul44 while on an air supply flight in poor visibility.  MACR 7293
				93350 (MSN 13252) Delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 8Jun44; 
					12th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; w/o Jun 22, 1944 
					in crash 181 mi NE of Fenny AB, Indiacrashed in poor weather, at least one occupant was killed.
				93351 (MSN 13253) delivered to USAAF 7May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Indian Overseas Airlines "Star of Cawnpore" 4Mar46; 
					Registered VT-AZV; Air Friends Ltd, Calcutta 6Feb51; Jamair Co Ltd 27Apr51; Kalinga Airways Jun58; 
					to Jamair as VT-AZV.  W/o Dec 7, 1961 at Amritsar, India shortly after takeoff.  Both engines failed 
					as a result of fuel starvation caused by the improper selection of the fuel tanks.
				93352 (MSN 13254) delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; United Nations 
					Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) 20Feb46; Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko 
					Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) serial 7303; Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (JAT) 12Aug47; 
					registered YU-ABC; crashed Yugoslavia 21 September 1950. The aircraft was operating a 
					scheduled flight from Belgrade to Pula with a stopover at Lu?ko. Approaching Zagreb 
					on a westerly heading on the leg from Belgrade, the aircraft is likely to have descended into fog. 
					In the process, it had apparently deviated from its course, bypassed Lu?ko by several 
					kilometers and impacted into the slope of the Medvednica mountain some 650 ft below 
					its 3,395 ft peak of Sljeme. Of the 11 people on board, the only survivor was the radio operator.
				93353 (MSN 13255) delivered to USAAF 9May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; condemned Chungking, 
					China 28Feb46; salvaged; derelict at Kiangwan, Shanghai Feb46
				93354 (MSN 13256) to F-BCYA, F-VNAF, South Vietnam AF.  Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project 
					Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; 
					ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; 
					Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 6Jun44; 12th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Army-Navy Liquidation Commission (ANLC) 7Oct45; 
					registered F-BCYA 2Dec47; Union Francaise / Haut Commissariat de France en Indochine, Saigon 13Jan48; 
					Gouvernement Central du Vietnam 2Oct51; Société Air Vietnam; registered F-VNAF 21Nov51; 
					Vietnam Air Force as 293354 Nov53.
				93355 (MSN 13257) delivered to USAAF 9May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-
					Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 1Jun44; 2nd Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					1st Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India 7Jul44; 11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, 13Jul44; damaged landing 13Jul44; Chungking, China; 
					Tachikawa, Japan 1Jan48; reclaimed 7Jul48.
				93356 (MSN 13259) delivered to USAAF 9May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 4th Combat Cargo Squadron, 1st Combat Cargo Group, 
					Chungking, China Jan45; Army-Navy Liquidation Commission (ANLC) 22Nov45; Maharaja of Jaipur; 
					registered VT-AXF 31Jan46; Air Services of India May46; Indamer Co (Pvt) Ltd Dec57; 
					leased to Gulf Aviation Ltd 1958; Kalinga Airways 16Dec60; Indamer Co (Pvt) Ltd; WFU.
				93357 (MSN 13260) delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 2Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					Destroyed in a ground collision Mu Se, Burma 5Feb45.
				93358 (MSN 13261) delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 2Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; damaged landing at Myitkyina, 
					Burma 3Aug44; Army-Navy Liquidation Commission (ANLC) 2Nov45
				93359 (MSN 13262) delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-2, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano; 
					Damaged by C-46A 42-61035 taking off at Kano, Nigeria 27May44 during the ferry flight from USA to India; 
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 14Aug44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					Overshot landing at Mu Se, Burma 6Feb45; destroyed by fire 7Aug45
				93360 (MSN 13263) delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 2Jun44; 
					9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron; shot down near Moguang, Burma 30Jun44; landing accident 1Mar45 at Warazup Strip, 
					Burma.  salvaged 2May45
				93361 (MSN 13264) delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 2Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; damaged taxying 7Jul44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group; damaged landing at Bhamo, Burma 5May45; China 9Dec45
				93362 (MSN 13265) delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; damaged taxying 22Jun44; 
					SOC 4Dec45; Deccan Airways, named "Savithri"; registered VT-AUO 21Dec45;  W/o Nov 21, 1951 when 
					crashed on approach to Dum Dum Airport, Calcutta, India in bad weather.  16 killed, one survived.
				93363 (MSN 13266) delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					damaged taxying at Ledo, India 13Apr45; salvaged Chungking, China 15Dec46; reclaimed 24Oct47
				93364 (MSN 13267) delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Commission on Aeronautical Affairs (COAA), 
					Chinese National Revolutionary Army 31Jan46
				93365 (MSN 13269) Delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-
					Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 2Jun44; 11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; mid air collision 29Jul44; 9th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group; damaged Jul 29, 1944 in midair collision with C-47A 42-93751.   
					Crashed while on a supply dropping mission out of Warazup, Burma 9Dec44.  MACR 10393.  5 crew and 5 
					passengers missing
				93366 (MSN 13270) delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-
					Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; THE GIG; damaged beyond repair at Dinjan, India 11Apr45; 
					salvaged 15Apr45.
				93367 (MSN 13271) Delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					12th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 322nd Troop Carrier Squadron, Kunming, China
					W/o Apr 28, 1945 in takeoff accident at Barrackpore AB, India
				93368 (MSN 13272) delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-7, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 8Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Indian Government 10Apr46
				93369 (MSN 13273) delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; THE VIRGIN STURGEON ;  
					Chungking, China; salvaged 24Oct45
				93370 (MSN 13274) delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-7, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Commission on 
					Aeronautical Affairs (COAA), Chinese National Revolutionary Army 15Feb46
				93371 (MSN 13275) Delivered to USAAF 10May44; Bond Project Squadron A-7, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-
					Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					Missing en route between Imphal and Sylhet Jul 15, 1944.  MACR 10722.
				93372 (MSN 13276) Delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-3, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 443rd Troop Carrier Group, Sookerating, India; crashed at 
					Sookerating 15Jun44.  MACR 6297
				93373 (MSN 13277) Delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, 
					Karachi, India 6Jun44; 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Indian Government 10Apr46
				93374 (MSN 13279) to USAAF May 15, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17219 May 15, 1944
				93375 (MSN 13280) Delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, 
					Karachi, India 5Jun44; 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; salvaged 14Jul44
				93376 (MSN 13281) Delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, 
					India 7Jun44; 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; To Indian Government 10Apr46
				93377 (MSN 13282) Delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-4, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, 
					Karachi, India 5Jun44; 10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India.
					Transferred to China Sep 16, 1945	
				93378 (MSN 13283) delivered to USAAF 11May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					Crashed when a supply drop parachute caught on the tail 20 miles N of Namtu, Burma 20Jan45; 
					Condemned 21Jan45
				93379 (MSN 13284) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-4, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 6Jun44; 
					12th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; shot down near Bhamo, Burma Dec 14, 1944.  MACR 10398
				93380 (MSN 13285) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-7, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-
					Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; sold 10Apr46; Indian Overseas Airlines "Star of Delos";  
					Registered VT-AZX 4Mar46; Maharaja of Darbhanga 17Feb50; Kalinga Airlines; crashed Simra, Nepal 30Aug55, 
					A person crossing the runway forced the crew to lift off at too low speed, the aircraft stalled 
					and crashed.  2 lost
				93381 (MSN 13286) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; w/o Jul 8, 1945 in 
					takeoff accident Luliang, China.  Salvaged at Chungking, China 16Jul45
				93382 (MSN 13287) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, 
					India 5Jun44; 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Chungking, China; SOC 1May46				
				93383 (MSN 13289) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 
					6Jun44; 12th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					Damaged by bird strike near Moran 6Oct44; Commission on Aeronautical Affairs (COAA), 
					Chinese National Revolutionary Army 31Jan46
				93384 (MSN 13290) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 6Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 4th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					1st Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet; Indian Government 10Apr46; Airways (India) Ltd; 
					registered VT-CSB Feb48; Indian Airlines Corporation 1Aug53; Indian Air Force 24Mar62 
					as serial BJ617; National Remote Sensing Agency 1976; registered VT-EEL; 
					Crashed Edavlli, Prakasam, Andhra Pradesh, 120 miles N of Madras 5Apr77. 
					The aircraft was engaged on an aerial survey sortie in the foothills East of Velikonda 
					range in Andhra Pradesh, India. The prevailing weather conditions over the survey 
					region during the period were a cloud base varying from 600 m to 750 m. 
					The pilot who was flying at an altitude of 2000 ft when he arrived at the survey area, 
					most probably took a left-hand turn circumventing the highest peak in the 
					area (Nisam Konda 2181 feet high) and then started to descend with the aim 
					to get below the cloud base for visual flight. During the process, the pilot 
					did not see a jutting out rock face on the adjacent hill, Podille Konda, 
					which probably was obscured by a patch of low cloud. The aircraft collided with the 
					rock face and caught fire.
				93385 (MSN 13291) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-
					Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Crashed while 
					on a supply dropping mission out of Dinjan, India.  Jun 28, 1944.  MACR 6453.  8 crew MIA
				93386 (MSN 13292) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-
					Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, 
					India 13Jun44; 11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					332nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 513th Troop Carrier Group; Chungking, China 30Apr47; 
					Foreign Liquidation Commission 20Aug47
				93387 (MSN 13293) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 6Jun44; 
					11th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; destroyed by fire at 
					Dinjan, India 9Aug44; salvaged 11Aug44
				93388 (MSN 13294) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 6Jun44; 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; SOC 7Mar46; Air Services of India Ltd 5Mar46; 
					registered VT-AXD; Crashed at Juhu, Bombay 9May53, the undercarriage was retracted on takeoff, 
					before becoming airborne and the aircraft settled back on its fuselage.
				93389 (MSN 13295) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-
					Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Indian Government 5Feb46; Airways (India) Ltd; 
					Registered VT-AVT 10Jan46; Indian Airlines Corporation 1Aug53; Indian Air Force 24Mar62 as serial BJ618;
				93390 (MSN 13296) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-5, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-Kano-Khartoum-
					Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 5Jun44; 10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 
					3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; Chungking; SOC 1Aug46; Central Air Transport Corporation; 
					registered XT-T31; registered N8326C; C L Chennault & W Willauer, CATC Inc 19Dec49; 
					Civil Air Transport Inc, Dover, DE Dec53; registered N4660V 29Sep53, cancelled 2Mar54 on export to Panama; 
					Sun Valley Airlines; LAN Chile Feb54; registered CC-CBJ; registered CC-CLDT; registered CC-CBX 1963; 
					Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil Apr72; preserved and on display [as CC-CLDT] at Museo Nacional 
					Aeronáutico y del Espacio, Los Cerrillos, Santiago de Chile
				93391 (MSN 13297) delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Morrison Field, 
					West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-Accra-
					Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 6Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India.  w/o Apr 11, 1945, Makum, India
				93392 (MSN 13299) Delivered to USAAF 12May44; Bond Project Squadron A-6, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, 
					Morrison Field, West Palm Beach, FL; ferried Morrison-San Juan-Georgetown-Belem-Natal-Ascension-
					Accra-Kano-Khartoum-Aden-Al Masirah-Karachi; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India  7Jun44; 
					12th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; 
					Damaged landing at Myitkyina, Burma 26Jul44; condemned 27Jul44, structural failure
				93393 (MSN 13300) to USAAF May 13, 1944.  to RAF in UK as Dakota III KG577 via RAF Montreal May 19, 1944.
					To UK Jun 4, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  105 (T)OTU RAF Sep 18, 1944. 437 Sqen RAF Sep 28, 1944.  
					To RCAF as KG577 Aug 26, 1946.  1 ANS "VCGSF" 1952.  Reserialled as 12929 Jun 1970.  WFU.
					To CF-OOV Kenting Atlas Aviation Ltd Mar 13, 1972 and W/o Feb 12, 1973 Iqaluit, NWT.
				93394 (MSN 13301) to USAAF 13May44.  To RAF as Dakota III KG578 RAF Montreal 17May44  RAF UK 
					194 Sqn RAF 13Jun44  107 OTU RAF 02Jul44  1333 TSCU RAF.  22 MU RAF 06Sep46   Sold Nov 7, 1947.  
					To KLM as PH-TEV.  To KLM West-Indisch Bedrijf as PJ-ALI in 1946. 
					Sold to United Fruit Company, Hoduras, to XH-T-001, AX-ANA of Aerovias Nacionales de Honduras.  
					Reregistered Feb 1961 as HR-ANA.  W/o Nov 25, 1969 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.  
				93395 (MSN 13302) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  To RAF in UK as Dakota III KG579 via RAF Montreal May 26, 1944.
					48 Sqdn RAF Jun 12. 1944.  Shot down by Fw 190s near Arnhem, Netherlands Sep 21, 1944.
				93396 (MSN 13303) to USAAF May 13, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG580 via RAF Montreal May 19, 1944.
					To UK Jun 4, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  105 (T)OTU RAF Sep 18, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Sep 28, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 5, 1945.
					436th Sqdn RAF May 17, 1946.  To Canadian government Apr 16, 1946.  To RCAF as KG580 Jul 20, 1946.  
					14 P Sqdn RCAF c Sep 1946.  Renumbered 12930 in Jun 1970.  Crashed Arctic, CanadaNov 3, 1971.
					On US civil registry as N64767 since 1984.
				93397 (MSN 13304) to USAAF May 13, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG581 vi ERAF Montreal May 19, 1944.
					RAF UK Aug 20, 1944.  108 OTU RAF Nov 24, 1944.. 1382 (TS)CU. To Scottish Aviation Feb 4, 1947.  
					Returned to USAAF Feb 4, 1947. To G-AKIJ with BEA Sep 18, 1947. To VR-NCP
					W. African Airways Corp Jan 3, 1958 "Zaria", Nigerian Airways Jun 1958 at 5N-AAP, to Niger AF Aug 4, 1967.
					WFU Lagos Jan 1972.  Broken up 1977/78
				93398 (MSN 13305) to USAAF May 13, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG582 via RAF Montreal May 18, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 1, 1944.  512Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  525 Sqdn RAF Mar 14, 1946.  22 MU RAF May 16, 1946.
					Transferred to Ethiopian AF Jul 22, 1946.  FLC Oct 22, 1946.
					To ET-T-16 of Ethiopian Air Lines Inc May 28, 1947.  Crashed Sep 5, 1961 Sendafar, Ethiopia, 5 lost
				93399 (MSN 13306) to USAAF May 13, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG583 via RAF Montreal May 17, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 21, 1944.  1381 (T)CU RAQF.  22 MU RAF Jul 10, 1946.  Sold to Primeras Lineas Uruguayas
					de Navigacion Aeres as CX-AGD Sep 28, 1946.  FLC Nov 1, 1946.  To Uruguayan AF as FAU 525 May 1972.
					WFU 1973.
				93400 (MSN 13307) to USAAF May 13, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG584 via RAF MOntreal May 20, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 4, 1944. 1 FU RAF.  105 (T)OTU RAF Sep 18, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Sep 28, 1944. 
					Attached to 271 Sqdn, flew into Leith Hill, Surrey UK in low cloud Dec 10, 1944.
				93401 (MSN 13309) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG586 via RAF Montreal May 20, 1944.
					RAF UK May 28, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  With 233 Sqdn crashed w of DZ Buunderkamp,
					Netherlands Sep 21, 1944
				93402 (MSN 13310) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  to RCAF as Dakota III KG587 via RAF Montreal May 21, 1944.
					RAF UK May 29, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 8, 145.  436 Sqdn RAF Feb 17, 1946.
					Sold to Canadian government Jun 30, 1946.  TO RCAF as KG587 Aug 26, 1946  440 S&R Sqdn RCAF, Winnipeg,
					Manitoba.  Renumbered 12931 in 1970.  To C-GXAU, C-GRTM May 4, 1979 and N115SA Dec 3, 1985.  Current 2011.
				93403 (MSN 13311) delivered to USAAF 15May44; delivered to Royal Air Force 18May44 as Dakota III, serial KG588 at 
					Dorval, Montreal; No.108 Operational Training Unit 31Oct44; No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, 
					Wymeswold 23Jun46; No.22 Maintenance Unit, RAF Silloth, Cumberland 6May46; Conner Aircraft 19Dec46; 
					Foreign Liquidation Commission (FLC 24Mar47); Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (JAT) 19Jun47; registered YU-ABD; 
					Yemen Airlines; Registered 4W-ABG Jul69; Ethiopian Airlines; Registered ET-AHR May81; 
					Damaged when the main gear collapsed landing at Dessie-Combolcha Airport, Ethiopia 7Oct81; 
					Destroyed Kombolcha, Ethiopia Oct 7, 1981 when struck by a crashing Mil Mi-24 helicopter
				93404 (MSN 13312) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  to RAF as KG589 via RAF MOntreal May 21, 1944.  
					RAF UK May 28, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 28 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF 
					Dec 26, 1945.  1382 (T)CU Jun 5, 1946.  WFU.  To SAS Oct. 01, 1946 as OY-AIB, 
					then SE-BSI (Named Ravn Viking) Nov 6, 1951, next to France May 15, 1953 as F-BGXD for  
					Aigle-Azur.  Crashed on takeoff from Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam Jan 31, 1954
					when undercarriage retracted prior to liftoff.  DBR but no fatalities
				93405 (MSN 13313) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  to RAF as KG590 via RAF Montreal May 20, 1944.  RAF UK May 31, 1944.
					512 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  Crashed at Hannover, Germany May 25, 1945. To instrictional airframe 5566M.
				93406 (MSN 13314) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  to RAF as KG591 via RAF Montreal May 20, 1944.
					RAF UK Maqy 28, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944. Struck by C-53 42-68806 on
					ground at Northolt, UK Nov 13, 1944.
				93407 (MSN 13315) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  to RAF as KG592 via RAF Montreal May 19, 1944. 
					RAF UK May 18, 1944.  48th Sqdn RAF Jun 16, 1944.   Lost on return flight to UK Sep 18, 1944. 4 MIA.
				93408 (MSN 13316) to USAAF May 15, 1944.  to RAF as KG593 via RAF MOntreal May 19, 1944. 
					RAF UK May 28, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  Crashed Croydon, UK Nov 1, 1944.
					To instructional airframe 4957M.
				93409 (MSN 13317) to USAAF May 16, 1944.  to RAF as KG594 via RAF Montreal May 22, 1944.
					RAF UK May 30 1944. 1 FU RAF.  108 OTU RAF Nov 2, 1944.  1382 TCU RAF Apr 17, 1945.
					One of the propellers would not unfeather, lost height and bellylanded 
					in a field 3 km SE of Wymeswold, UK Apr 17, 1946. Crew OK.
				93410 (MSN 13319) to USAAF May 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17221 May 21, 1944
				93411 (MSN 13320) to USAAF May 17, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17222 May 17, 1944
				93412 (MSN 13321) to USAAF May 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17223 May 21, 1944
				93413 (MSN 13322) to USAAF May 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17224 May 21, 1944
				93414 (MSN 13323) to USAAF May 20, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17225 May 20, 1944
				93415 (MSN 13324) to USAAF May 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17226 May 21, 1944
				93416 (MSN 13325) to USAAF May 21, 1944, to US Marine Corps as R4D-5 BuNo 17227 May 21, 1944
				93417 (MSN 13326) to USAAF May 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG595 via RAF Montreal May 20, 1944.
					RAF UK May 28, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  107 OTU RAF Jul 2, 1944. 1333 (TS)CU RAF.  22 MU RAF Aug 26, 1946.
					C. H. Matthews Sep 16, 1946.  Bought by Epressa do Transpore Aereo Brasileiro and registered
					PP-ACA.  Bought by Real Transportes Aereos (RAS) and registered PP-AXD Jul 2, 1947.  Aerovias B rasil
					L Mar 19, 1947.  REAL :Paraiba: bought Jan 14, 1949.  In midair collision with US Navy
					R6D-1 BuNo 131582 Feb 25, 1960.  Both aircraft fell into Guanabara Bay.  All 22 onboard PP-AXD killed, but
					12 of the 38 occupants of the R6D survived..
				93418 (MSN 13327) to USAAF May 16, 1944.  to RCAF as KG956 via RAF Montreal May 29, 1944.  1 FU RAF.
					108 OTU RAF Nov 6, 1944.  1382 (T)CU RAF.  22 MU RAF Jul 26, 1946. To Canadair Jul 17, 1946.
					To Empresa Guatemalteca de Aviacion (Aviateca) as LG-AKA.  Later registered to Aviateca
					as TG-AKA.  W/o Sep 30, 1977 in accident at Flores-Santa Elena 
					Airport in Guatemala when the tire burst on touchdown and
					aircraft went off runway and the left gear dropped into a hole.
					Power on No 2 engine was applied, the tail raised, and the prop
					separated when striking the ground.
				93419 (MSN 13329) to USAAF May 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG598 via RAF Montreal May 20, 1944.
					RAF UK May 28, 1944.  512 Sqn RAF Jun 12, 1944.  Control lost and crashed near El Adem, Libya
					Nov 14, 1945 after flaps raised in error during overshoot.
				93420 (MSN 13330) to USAAF May 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG599 via RAF Montreal May 20, 1944.
					RAF UK May 28, 1944  1 FU RAF.  105 (T)OTU RAF SEp 18, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Sep 28, 1944.  
					DBR at Evere, Belgium Jan 10, 1945 when bomb exploded aboard unidentified B-17.
				93421 (MSN 13331) to USAAF May 17, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG600 via RAM Montreal May 23, 1944.
					1 FU RAF.  105 (T)OTU Sep 18, 1944.  4378 Sqdn RAF Sep 28, 1944.  To RCAF Apr 22, 1946 as 601B Inst a/F.
					To civil registry as N96U with Freeport Nickel CO Mar 1959,
					then CU-P-702 with Moa Bay Mining Co May 237, 1959, then N702S with Freeport Sulphur Co then to
					International Telephone and Telegraph Corp Oct 1962, then to G-ASDX with standard Telephone s and
					Cables Ltd Nov 19, 1962, then reregistered G-AJRY Nov 21, 1962 (erroneously on basis of incorrectly
					reported c/n for original G-AJRY), Returned to UK as G-ASDX registered Nov 19, 1962 but NTU when it was
					realised that it had previously been G-AJRY.  T. D. Keegan tla Transmeridian Air Cargo Jul 3, 1970.  
					T. D. Keegan  Sep 16, 1971.  Then ZS-PTG United Air Services of South Africa Apr 1, 1974.  Aandriver Safaris ta USA
					Mar 1976, then A2-ACG Air Services Botsqqna Fe 8, 2980, then ZS-PTG UAS 1980.  Current 2009
				93422 (MSN 13332) to USAAF May 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG601 via RAF MOntreal May 20, 1944.
					RAF UK 28May44    1 FU RAF  107 OTU RAF 02Jul44  1333 TSCU RAF 01Mar45 WFU .  Sold Sep 28, 1946.  Connor Aircraft Apr 10, 1947.  
					OO-SBA Sobelair "Kindu" Jan 29, 1947.  SE-CBZ Airtacol Dagens Nyheter Feb 16, 1956.  Linjeflyg Apr 14, 1957. 
					OE-FDA Austria Flugdienst Apr 20, 1957.  Crashed May 2, 1959 Alfabia Peak, Majorca, Balearic Is.  
				93423 (MSN 13333) to USAAF May 17, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG602 via RAF Montreal May 25, 1944.  
					RAF UK May 30, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Jul 5, 1944. 512 Sqdn RAF Middle East Oct 11, 1945.
					437 Sqdn RAF Apr 4, 1946.  To Canadian government Jun 16, 1946l  To RCAF as KG602 Sep 9, 1946.  
					491 Sqdn RCAF Winnipeg, Manitoba.  Renumbered 12932 in Jun 1970.  WFU. TO C=-GPNR Apr 1981.
					WFU Dec 1994.
				93424 (MSN 13334) to USAAF May 16, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG603 via RAF Montral May 19, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 4, 1944.  1 FU RAF. 108 OTU RAF Aug 6, 1944.  1382 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  22 MU RAF Aug 20, 1946.
					WFU.  To Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) as PH-TCT Nov 7, 1946, to KLM as PH-DAT, to De Kroonduif as 
					JZ-PDF (Netherland East Indies), to Garuda Indonesia Airways as PK-GDP, to Merpati Nusantara as PK-NDF,
					to Dirgantara Air Serivices as PK-VTO, to TNI-AU (Indonesian AF as
					AF-475.  To FASI (Satuan Udara Fasa) as AF-4775.  Still flying (2005)
					as RI-001 with Indonesian Airways.
				93425 (MSN 13335) to USAAF May 17, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG604 via RAF Montreal May 22, 1944.
					RAF UK May 28, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  107 OTU RAF Jul 2, 1944.  Wimeswold RAF Jul 2, 1944.
					Marshalls RAF Oct 9, 1945.  WFU.  To BOAC Apr 10, 1946 as G-AHCX, to British European
					Airways (BEA) as G-AHCX, to Yemenia Airways as YE-ABC, to Yemenia Airways
					as 4W-ABC.  WFU
				93426 (MSN 13336) to USAAF May 17, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG605 via RAF Montreal May 21, 1944.
					RAF UK May 29, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  108 OTU RAF Nov 2, 1944.  1382 (TS)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945. 
					22 MU RAF aP 8, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Jul 17, 1946.  To Canadair Ltd 17, 1946.  To Zonas Oeste y Norte de 
					Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) registered as LV-ACJ.  
					To Aerolineas Aeroposta, to Aerolineas Argentinas, to 
					Lineas Aereas del Esstado (Argentine AF) as T-10.  To 
					Frigorifico Yeres of Bolivia as CP-1622 in 1980,
					later to Trans Aereos Cochabama.  During 1954 was 
					PP-AXD of Empresa de Transportes Aerovias Brasil S.A.  
					Destroyed Apr 20, 1993 while used by Trans Aereos 
					Cochabamba.  2 crew killed.
				93427 (MSN 13337) to USAAF May 17, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG606 via RAF Montreal May 23, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 5, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Jul 2, 1944.  1333 (TS)CU RAF Mayu 1, 1945.
					Returned to USAAF Jun 22, 1946.  to Canadair Lid Jun 22, 1946.   To CF-TEJ with Trans Canada
					Airlines (TCA), to CF-QBG with Quebecair.  W/o in hangar fire Jul 13, 1958
					at Rimouski, Quebec.
				93428 (MSN 13339) to USAAF 20May44.  to RAAF as A65-54 04Jun44.  3 AD 04Jun44.  33 Sqn RAAF VH-CUP 17Jun44.
					9 CU RAAF 06Sep44.  33 Sqn RAAF 22Sep44.  9 CU RAAF 07Oct44. 13 ARD RAAF 06Nov44.  9 CU RAAF 14Dec44.
					33 Sqn RAAF 05Jan45. Bent tail wheel plate landing Lae 13Apr45 crew uninjured. 15ARD 17Apr45. 33 Sqn RAAF 03May45.
					13 ARD RAAF 20Sep45.  33 Sqn RAAF 01Oct45.  Crashed 150 feet below crest of mountain range near Jacquinat Bay 
					near Rabaul, PNG 15Nov45.  All onboard killed.   
				93429 (MSN 13340) to USAAF 17May44.  to RAAF as A65-55 04Jun44.  3 AD 04Jun44.   36 Sqn RAAF coded RE-S VH-CUQ 12Jun44.
					13 ARD RAAF 06Sep44.  36 Sqn RAAF 18Oct44. 3 AD RAAF 20Apr46.  SHQ Richmond 03May46.  3 AD storage 03Sep46.
					 DAP RAAF 25Sep46. 1 AD RAAF 02Jun47.   86 TW 19Jun47 . Tocumwal 1 AD RAAF Det 14Apr48.  To
					Trans Australian Airways  for £6250 as VH-TAU. To Hewitt 01Sep48.  To Mandated Airlines 04Jan60.
					Registered VH-MAT 12Nov60.   Ansett-Mandated 12Jan61.   Ansett Ltd 23May73.
					 Air Niugini of Papua New Guinea 01Nov73, registered P2-MAT 01Jun74.   WFZU 31Jul77 and preserved Lae-Nadzab Mar80   
				93430 (MSN 13341) to USAAF 18May44.  to RAAF as A65-53 21Jun44.  3 AD 02Jun44.  33 Sqn RAAF VH-CTO 17Jun44.
					 9 CU RAAF 06Sep44.  7 AD RAAF 22Sep44.  33 Sqn RAAF 21Jan45.   Brake trouble ran into ditch after colliding with
					 Liberator A72-182 Jackson Strip Port Moresby Papua New Guinea 04Dec45. Crew and twelve passengers uninjurned.
					 Scrapped 14Feb46 and converted to components  
				93431 (MSN 13342) to RCAF as Dakota 970.  Renumbered 12954 in 1970.  Sold as CF-OOW, later C-FOOW.  Registration 
					cancelled Nov 13, 2012 and now N167BT with Basler Turbo Conversions
				93432 (MSN 13343) to RCAF as Dakota 969.  Renumbered 12953 in 1970.  Sold as C-GWYX.  W/o May 21, 1989 when
					made forced landing at Bronson Creek following an in-flight engine fire.  Aircraft destroyed by fire but both
					crew escaped.
				93433 (MSN 13344) to NEIAF as DT-943, callsign VH-RDM.  To KLM in 1950 as PK-RDM.
				93434 (MSN 13345) to NEIAF as DT-944, callsign VH-RDN.  To KLM in 1950 as KK-RDN.
					Later to Indonesia. 
				93437 (MSN 13349) to USSR.  To Polish Air Force as No. 2.
				93447 (MSN 13360) w/o Jan 12, 1946 in takeoff accident Nichols AB, Manila, Philippines
				93448 (MSN 13361) ditched in SW Pacific area Jun 6, 1944.
				93449 (MSN 13362) to civil registry as VH-AMK, then VH-RMK, then VH-BZK.  To Thai Airways Oct 1, 1958 as HS-TDG.  
					Registration cancelled Dec 1973.  Aircraft stored at Don Muang AP, Thailand until 1979 and presumably 
					scrapped there.
				93451 (MSN 13364) by 1954 was N1280N of West Coast Air Lines
				93452 (MSN 13365) delivered to USAAF 22May44; Pac TSP 24Oct44 Tacloban, Manila, Philippines; 
					Philippine Airlines 13Aug47; registered PI-C128; Zamrud Aviation Dec69; registered PK-ZDG 
				93453 (MSN 13366) to USAAF May 20, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG607 via RAF Montreal May 27, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 4, 1944.  108 OTU RAF Nov 6, 1944.  1382 TCU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  22 MU RAF Jul 25, 1946.  
					Sold Feb 4, 1947, to KLM. G-AJRY British Aviation Services Jul 9, 1947.   Registration cancelled Aug 6, 1947 
					on sale as VR-SCO with Malayan Airways "Tekukor" delivered Aug 23, 1947. Re registered VR-RCO Apr 1958, 
					to 9M-ALO Jan 11, 1959, to 9V-BAN with Malaysian Airways Mar 24, 1966, to XU-DAG with Khmer Hansa 
					Feb 11, 1971.  W/o Mar 11, 1975 at Phom Peng, Laos.  Also quoted as being PK-IDB afte 9M-ALO
				93454 (MSN 13367) delivered to USAAF 20May44; delivered to RAF as Dakota III, serial KG608 at Dorval, 
					Montreal 27May44; No.107 (Transport) Operational Training Unit 2Jul44; No.575 Squadron 5Jul44; 
					No.512 Squadron 15Oct45; No.1333 (Transport Support) Conversion Unit 13Jul46; 
					No.22MU 6Dec46; Global Aviation 4Mar47; Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko Ratno 
					Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1947 as 7304; Jugoslovenski Aerotransport (JAT) 4Jan50; 
					Registered YU-ACB; crashed during a training flight 20Feb65 into the Sava River, Belgrade, Yugoslavia.
				93455 (MSN 13369) to USAAF May 20, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG610 via RAF Montreal May 26, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 2, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Jun 22, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Sep 24, 1 944.  Overshot landing at Nivelles 
					Jan 29, 1945 and wrecked when collided with Dakota KG397 (ex 42-92612) and a
					crashed P-51. To instrument aircraft 6292 M at catterick Mar 15, 1947
				93456 (MSN 13370) to USAAF May 20, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG611 via RAF Montreal May 25, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 1, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  108 OTU RAF Nov 2, 1944.  1382 RCU RAF Aug 10, 1945.
					DBR when overshot landing and tipped up, Castle Donington Aug 14, 1945.  Remains used by Std TelCo
				93457 OMSN 13371) to USAAF May 20, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG612 via RAF Montreal May 27, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 5, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Jul 27, 1944. 1333 (TS)CU RAF Mar 1, 1945.  Returned to USAAF Sep 19, 1946.
					to Canadair Sep 19, 1946  PP-JAD Linhas Aereas Natal R27Jun47  PP-YPW REAL B Aug49  CP-680 J Vargas t/a 
					Servicio Aereo Cochabamba 15Jan60.  Crashed 22Aug64 near Huayna, Potosi, Bolivia 
				93458 (MSN 13372) to USAAF May 20, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG613 via RAF Montreal May 24, 1944.
					RAF UK May 30, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  108 OTU RAF Nov 2, 1944.  1282 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  
					22 MU RAF Jun 26, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Aug 7, 1946.  PP-AXB T A Brasil NTU  YS-35 TACA DE US Salvador B17Jun46.
					TACA DE US Venezuela  YV-C-EVM Aerovias Venezolanas R08Nov55.   canc 1969
				93459 (MSN 13373) to USAAF May 20, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG614 via RAF Montreal May 25, 1944. 
					RAF UK May 30, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  q07 OTU RAF Jul 2, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF May 1, 1945.
					Canqdir Ltd Jul 17, 1946.  Sold Jul 17, 1946.  To Zonas Oeste y Norte de
					Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ACE Dec 13, 1946. Airlines Aeroposta Jan 3, 1950.  
					aerolineas Argentinas "Pagagonia.  Nov 22, 1950.  Damaged Oct 17, 1953 during landing
					with the tail wheel unlocked.  Ran off runway and hit a small
					elevation of the ground.  To LADE (Lineas Aereas del Estado
					(Fuerza Aerea Argentina).  WFU
				93460 (MSN 13374) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG615 via RAF Montreal May 25, 1944.
					RAF UIK Jun 5, 1944.  57t sqdn RAF Jun 1944.  422 Sqdn RAF.  216 Gp RAF Med ME Feb 16, 1946.  
					Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				93461 (MSN 13375) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG616 via RAF Montreal May 27, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 1, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  22 MU RAF Nov 22, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1946.
					To Scottish Aviation Ltd Nov 27, 1946.  Registered G-AJAY with Westminster Airways Ltd Jan 13, 1947.  
					Registration cancelled Jun 5, 1950 on sale to Iberia as EC-AET on Spanish civil registry.  
					To Spanish AF as T.3-67 May 1966.  WFU Cuatro Vientos May 10, 1977, sold
				93462 (MSN 13376) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG617 via RAF Montreal May 26, 1944.  
					RAF UK May 31,1 944.  1 FU RAF. 107 OTU RAF Jul 2, 1944.  1333 (TS)CU RAF Mar 1, 1945.
					1382 TCU RAF Jun 14, 1946.  Sold Sep 19, 1946 to Canadair Ltd.  Became CF-DXR Feb 6, 1947 with
					Hollinger Ungava tpt Ltd, Montreal Apr 17, 1948.  Crashed Sept Isles, Canada Oct 18, 1951.
				93463 (MSN 13377) to USAF May 22, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG618 via RAF Montreal May 28, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 5, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  107 OTU RAF Jul 2, 1944.  1333 (TS)Cu RAF Mar 1, 1945.
					22 MU RAF Dec 6, 1946.  Sold Feb 4,1947.  Became PH-TDZ of KLM,
					reregistered PH-DAZ Apr 8, 1954.  To JZ-PDE DE US Kroondulf Oct 8, 1957.  PK-GDO Garuda Indonesian
					Feb 9, 1963.  PN Merpati Nusantara as PK-NDE 1969.  WFU for spares
				93464 (MSN 13379) to USAAF May 20, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17228 May 20, 1944
				93465 (MSN 13380) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG620 via RAF Montreal May 27, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 1, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Jul 6, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Jul 27, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Feb 2, 1946.
					Med ME RAF May 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.
					To VT-CHH of Jupiter Airways.  Air India Jun 1, 1949.  Indian Airlines Corp Aug 1, 1953.
					To Indian AF as BJ978 Mar 1968.
				93466 (MSN 13381) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG621 via RAF Montreal May 26, 1944.
					RAF UK May 31, 1944.  Hendon RAF 271 Sqdn RAF Oct 7, 1944.  1382 (T)CU RAF Nov 17, 1945.
					Transferred to BOAC Mar 15, 1946 and registered G-AHCU Mar 29, 1946.  BEA Aug 19, 1946.
					Pionair Lopard "Charles Ulm" E Anglian Flying services MY 18, 1962.  cHANNEL aIRWAYS lTD
					Oct 24, `1961.  WFU at Southend Oct 16, 1966 and broken up
					Jan 1970.
				93467 (MSN 13382) to USAAF May 22, 1944. To RAF as Dakota III KG622 via RAF Monteal May 27, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 5, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Oct 15, 1944.  44 MU RAF Jun 10, 1946.
					Relegated to ground instructional airframe as 6301M Jun 13, 1947.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				93468 (MSN 13383) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG623 via RAF Montreal May 26, 1944.
					RAF UK May 31, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF May 13, 1946.  To Canadian
					government Jun 16 1944.  To RCAF Sep 9, 1946 as KG623. 429 Sqdn RCAF, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
					Renumbered 12933 in Jun 1970.  Became N103BF and converted 
					to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 28); to Mali AF as TZ391 (replacement for 
					TZ389, alias 43-48741).  Became N167BT of Oiland LLL.  Registerd Oct 14, 2008
					to Kenn Borek Air of Calgary, AB as C-GJKB, US registration cancelled on the same day.
				93469 (MSN 13384) to USAAF May 23, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG624 via RAF Montreal May 28, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 2, 1944.  24 Sqdn RAF Aug 14, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF.  ACSEA Aug 15, 1946.  FECS RAF
					Seletar Aug 19, 1948.  48 Sqdn RAF.  Sold Dec 21, 1948 as VR-SCW "Widgeon" of Malayan Airways Ltd.
					To VR-OAH of Borneo Airways Aug 1962, to 9M-AND May 20, 1964, to 9V-BAL of Malaysian Airwqys
					Apr 1, 1965, Singapore Airlines Jan 1, 1967, to XU-GAJ Khmer Airlines and  destroyed by rocket
					attack at Pochetong Airport, Pnom Penh Feb 22, 1975.
				93470 (MSN 13385) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG625 via RAF Montreal May 29, 1944.
					RAF UK Mun 4, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Jun 29, 1944.  Destroyed by fire when swung on
					landing and undercarriage collapsed, Amblie, France Aug 12, 1944.
				93471 (MSN 13386) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG626 Jul 12, 1944.
					MAAF Jul 27, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF.  44 Sqdn SAAF Apr 12, 1945. RAF India May 31, 1945.  
					Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				93472 (MSN 13387) to USAAF May 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG627 via RAF Montreal Jul 18, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Aug 31, 1944.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947.  VT-COH Indian National Airlines Aug 22, 1947.
					To XY-ACH Airways Burma 1950.  Union of Burma Airways. to Burmese AF as UBT-708.  .
					To Nevada Airways Inc bought Apr 29, 1978, registered N2270W Jul 21, 1978.  Current 2011.
				93473 (MSN 13389) to USAAF May 23, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG629 via RAF Montreal May 28, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 2, 1944. 107 OTU RAF Jul 2, 1944.  271 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  78 Sqdn RAF.
					1336 TSCU RAF Aug 21, 1945.  Sec da Aeeron Civil, Portugal Sep 12, 1946.  To Flugefelag Islands (Airline)
					as TF-ISI Feb 1947. Crashed May 29, 1947 near Hjeninsfjordur, Iceland in poor weather.  25 killed. 
				93474 (MSN 13390) to USAAF May 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG630 via RAF Montreal May 28, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 2, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  Destroyed by fire after flying into
					hills in low cloud near Folkington, UK Feb 6, 1945.
				93475 (MSN 13391) to USAAF May 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG631 via RAF Montreal May 28, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 5, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  108 OTU RAF Nov 2, 1944.  1382 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.
					Bassingbourn RAF Jun 28, 1947.  22 MU RAF May 4, 1948.   SOC Mar 30, 1950, spares.
				93476 (MSN 13392) to USAAF Mayu 28, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG632 via RAF Montreal May 28, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 2, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  435 Sqdn RAF Sep 27, 1945. 436sqdn RAF Oct 7, 1945.
					435 Sqdn RAF Mar 7, 1946.  To Canadian government Apr 8, 1946.   To RCAF as KG632 Jun 17, 1946.  
					1 ANS "VCGSC" 1952.  Renumbered 12934 in Jun 1970.  WFU.  To C-FQHF NW Territorial Airways 1971.
					Alberta Ntn Aircraft Leasing, Calgary 1974.  Lambair Ltd 1974.  R. E. Carruthers et al 1975.
					Northwest Territorial Airways 21975.  Kenting Aviation Ltd 1976.  Kenn Borek Ltd 1976.
					Crashed Calgary, Alberta May 7, 1982,.  Used for spares.
				93477 (MSN 13393) to USAAF May 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG633 via RAF Montreal Jun 2, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  1 FU RAF. 109 oTU RAF Aug 29, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  
					22 MU RAF Jun 25, 19467.  Sold to Canadair Jul 17, 1946, became CF-TET with TCA "92", "392"
					delivered Mar 67, 1947.  Central Northern Airways Ltd delivered Ded 22, 1955.  Transair Ltd Sep 25, 1956.
					Crashed Sep 25, 1958 Coal Harbor Airport, Southampton Island, NWT, Canada
				93478 (MSN 13394) to USAAF May 23, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG634 via RAF Montreal May 31, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 10, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944. 437 Sqdn RAF Dec 7, 1944.  Sold to
					Canadian government Apr 22, 1946.   To RCAF as KG634 Jun 20, 1946.  1 AD Feb 19677.  SOC Mar 28, 1967.
					CF-WGM Carl Millard Ltd, Malton, Ontario Nov 9, 1967.  Millardair Ltd Apr 21, 1969.  Golfe Air Quebe Ltee
					1973.  WFU
				93479 (MSN 13395) to USAAF May 23, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG635 via RAF Monteal May 28, 1944.
					RAF UK.  233 Sqdn RAF Oct 5, 1944.  435 Sqdn RF Sep 17, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to
					Canadian government Apr 16, 1946.  TO RCAF as KG635 Jun 20, 1946.  14 P Sqdn RCAF Sep 1946.  WFU.
					Rebuilt sold as N41341 to Pacific Northern Airlines.  WFU used as spares.
				93480 (MSN 13396) to USAAF May 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG636 via RAF Montreal May 29, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 4, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  108 OTU RAF Nov 3, 1944.  1382 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.
					22 MU RAF sep 18, 1946.  Became PH-TEU "Bath-Alkmaar" of KLM Feb 4, 1947.  Crashed into 
					North Sea Feb 2, 1950.
				93481 (MSN 13397) to Commercial Air Lines, Inc Sep 25, 1946.  To Philippine Air Lines Oct 15, 1948.
					Registered as PI-C142 May 10, 1949.  In non-fatal accident at Piat, Tuguegarao, Cayagan Oct 15, 1953.
					Number changed to PI-C133 Jul 2, 1954.  Crashed on Mt Baco, Oriental Mindoro Nov 23, 1960 due to
					navigational error under adverse weather conditions.  All 33 onboard killed.
				93482 (MSN 13399)  to CAT as XT-823,later to B823, to N6634.  Nov 23, 1955 to CF-MCC
					for Maritime Central Airlines, Aug 1, 1958 to Wheeler Airlines, Jun 1961
					to Canadian Aircraft Renters, Aug 19, 1964 to Sundair, Sep 1967 to Nordail Ltd,
					Nov 11, 1973 to Trans New England, registered as N14636.  Jun 1977 to 
					Nutmeg Commercial, Jun 1979 to S. E. Bird, Jan 2, 1979 to JLR Transport,
					Feb 1981 to Hermina De La Cruz.  Oct 12, 1986 noted at Brownsville, TX.  WFU.
				93483 (MSN 13400) destroyed Jan 21, 1945
				93484 (MSN 13401) WFU
				93485 (MSN 13402) destroyed Sep 17, 1945
				93486 (MSN 13403) to PI-C144 of Philippine Air Lines. Crashed after takeoff
					Manila Nichols Air base Oct 20, 1960.  37 were onboard, one passenger was killed.
				93487 (MSN 13404) with E squadron 35th AAFB at Bolling Field damaged in belly
					landing at Offutt Field Oct 3, 1946.  Converted to VC-47A.  To N87696.
					To Cameron Government as TJ-AAC.  To Armee de l'Air du Cameron as TJ-XAA.
					Parted out and derelict at Touala IAP
				93488 (MSN 13405) to Deccan Airways of India as VT-AUN.  Crashed following engine
					failure approaching Delhi-Safdarjung Airport, India Apr 30, 1952
				93489 (MSN 13406) damaged in taxi accident Feb 4, 1945 at Kunming, China when
					C-46A 42-60981 of 3rd ATS taxied into it.  Transferred to China Sep 16, 1945.
				93490 (MSN 13407) 2nd RCS,43rd TCG, 10th AF w/o Mar 1, 1945 when groundlooped at Muse, Burma
				93491 (MSN 13409) WFU and scrapped
				93492 (MSN 13410) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Dec 29, 1945.  Destroyed near
					Macheng Jan 26, 1946 
				93493 (MSN 13411) WFU and scrapped
				93494 (MSN 13412) WFU and scrapped
				93495 (MSN 13413) WFU and scrapped
				93496 (MSN 13414) WFU
				93497 (MSN 13415) WFU and scrapped
				93498 (MSN 13416) WFU and scrapped
				93499 (MSN 13417, 317th TCG)  lost Sep 25, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 14321.
				93500 (MSN 13419) WFU and scrapped
				93501 (MSN 13420) reported w/o Aug 1, 1944.
				93502 (MSN 13421) w/o Oct 2, 1944, Wewak, PNG
				93503 (MSN 13422) WFU
				93504 (MSN 13423, 868th TCG) lost Nov 24, 1944.  MACR 10897
				93505 (MSN 13424) with 5th TCG lost Mar 14, 1945, Australia.  MACR 14322
				93506 (MSN 13425) WFU
				93507 (MSN 13426) with 313rd TCG, 49th TCS lost between Uden and Volkel, Netherlands Sep 23, 1944.
				93508 (MSN 13427) in crash landing at Ramsbury Station, England Dec 22, 1944
				93509 (MSN 13429) converted to VC-47A.  In takeoff accident due to engine
					failure, Ankara, Turkey Jan 6, 1950.  WFU.
				93510 (MSN 13430) to OK-WAR of Czech State Airlines then to French AF as 93510.
					to F-SEYE, then to 6W-SAE.  Broken up
				93511 (MSN 13431) rebuilt as MSN 1946
				93512 (MSN 13432) to NC42022, to A-HEY, to XB-TEY, WFU
				93513 (MSN 13433) w/o Mar 26, 1952 near Thule AB, Greenland
				93514 (MSN 13434) converted to VC-47A
				93515 (MSN 13435) to CF-DYK, to Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas
					(ZONDA), registered as LV-ABX, to Aerolineas Aeroposta, to Aerolineas
					Argentinas.  Broken up in 1953.
				93516 (MSN 13436) to H 039
				93517 (MSN 13437) WFU
				93518 (MSN 13439) to USAAF May 29, 1944, to 9th AF Jun 19, 1944.  To RFC Oct 31, 1945.  Leased to
					Pioneer Airlines as N54729 Aug 1946.   Back to USAF Mar 1, 1952 as C-117C. In 1971 to Indiana Department
					of Civil Defense as N11ND.  Returned to USAF in 1973 as C-117C and placed on display.  To Vincennes
					University as N11VU in 1974.  In 1975 to Avenales Aviation as N36AP, and then five other owners.
					To Basler Turbo Conversions of Oshkosh, Wisconsin Apr 28, 2006 for turbo conversion.
					Aug 22, 2012 to Fugro Aviation Canada Ltd as C-FAZO.
				93519 (MSN 13440) to French AF as 93519 and then to French Navy as 919.
				93520 (MSN 13441) w/o
				93521 (MSN 13442) w/o
				93522 (MSN 13443) WFU
				93523 (MSN 13444) to Turkish AF as 6095, coded 2-095.
				93524 (MSN 13445) to NC62566, to N462T, to XB-BIS, to Woods Air service as N50CM.  WFU
				93525 (MSN 13446) 321 TBS, 27 ATG w/o when crashed near Princess Riseboro, England Oct 21,1944.
					At least one fatality.
				93526 (MSN 13447) WFU and stored at MASDC.  To Kenyan AF under MAP Nov 8, 1965.
					Ferry serial was N400, registered 5Y-ADI.  W/o Dec 24, 1968 (Kenya Police Air Wing) in crash
					at Nairobi-Wilson Airport.  3 lost.
				93527 (MSN 13449) to USAAF Jun 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG637 via RAF Montreal Jun 7, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 15, 1944.  24 Sqdn RAF Aug 14, 1944.  525 Sqdn RAF Feb 20, 1946.  22 MU RAF May 17, 1946.
					Sold Jul 17, 1946, became YS-37 with TACA.  DE US Salavador YV-C-AXV T ACA De Us Venezuela bought
					Jul 17, 1946.  LAV 1957.  Cancelled 1972
				93528 (MSN 13450) to USAAF Jun 1, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG638 via RAF Montreal Jun 8, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 25, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 28, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  22 MU RAF Jun 4, 1946.
					Returned to USAAF Sep 11, 1946.  To SABENA Aug 19, 1946 as OO-CBN.  W/o Feb 4, 1952 in crash near 
					Kikwit, Congo.  16 lost.
				93529 (MSN 13451) to USAAF Jun 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG639 via RAF Montreal Jun 10, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 20, 1944. 109 OTU RAF Aug 25, 1944.  437 Sqdn RAF Oct 5, 1944.  109 OTU RAF.
					Damaged when flew into high ground at night near Crosby, UK Dec 6, 1944.   Relegated to
					ground instructional airframe with serial 4981M.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				93530 (MSN 13452) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG640 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Aug 15, 1944.  1333 (TS)CU RAF Ma4 1, 1945.  22 MU RAF
					Oct 24, 1946.  Registered with Scottish Aviation Ltd as G-AJLY Mar 31, 1947.
					Registration cancelled May 24, 1948 on sale as VP-CBA with Air Ceylon "Stilanka Devi".
					Reregistered CY-ACE May 1, 1951.  Bought Nov 1951 by PP-CDU of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul "Piaty".
					Broken up at Santos Dumont Airport, Rio De Janeiro Jan 1969
				93531 (MSN 13453) to USAAF Jun 1, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG641 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944. 512 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  Med ME RAF Oct 11, 19k45.  353 Sqdn RAF.
					512 Sqdn RAF Feb 8, 1946.  43 Sqdn RAF Feb 28, 1946.  To Canadian government Apr 7, 1946.
					Transferred to RCAF as KG641 Jul 10, 1946.  Renumbered 12935 in Jun 1970.  to CF-BJE with Maritime
					Aircraft Overhaul and Repair Ltd, Moncton, NB Jan 11, 1972.  Ontairio Centeral Airlines Jun 9, 1975.
					To Austin Airways Aug 1979 as C-BFJE.
				93532 (MSN 13454) to USAAF May 31, 1944. to RAF as Dakota III KG642 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944. 109 OTU RAF Aug 28, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945. 22 MU RAF Jun 6, 1946.
					Sold Jul 28, 1946 to ET-T-14 of Ethiopian Air Lines, Inc .  Vonv SAL Jul 1947.  Re registered ETAAS
					May 1962.  DBF Apr 23, 1976 Massawa				
				93533 (MSN 13455) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG643 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Aug 15, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF Mar 1, 1945.  Returned to USAAF May 10, 1947.
					To Scottish Aviation Ltd May 10, 1947.  
				93534 (MSN 13456) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG644 via RAF Montreal Jun 3, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 29, 1944.  1383 (T)cu raf aUG 10, 1945.  1333 (TS)CU RAF Jul 25, 1946.
					Sold PP Air Tpt Jan 21, 1947. Registered G-AJPF with Southampton Air Services, Ltd Apr 18, 1947.  
					Autowork (Winchester) Ltd Nov 14, 1947.  Trent Valley Aviation Ltd Mar 11, 1948.
					Flew in Berlin Airlift, completing 186 sorties.  Eagle Aviation Ltd Sep 8, 1950.  Britavia Ltd Jan 18, 1951.
					Registration cancelled Feb 5, 1951 on Sale Ros Aeero, Montreal.  Registered as CF-IOC with Imperial
					Oil Tpt Sep 30, 1951.  Imperial Oil Ltd, Toronto Nov 4, 1955.  Brown Comps Leasing, Ltd, Newmarket,
					Ontario Jul 30, 1969. Edbell Aircraft Maintenance Service Ltd Jul 24, 1973.
					Minisearch Surveys, Toronto 1974.  Hudson Bay Air Tpt, Ltd, Toronto 1976.  Later became N47CE and 
					based at Aurora, IL Jul 5, 1985.  Crashed at DeKalb, Illinois west of Aurora, Illinois May 22, 1989, killing 3.
				93535 (MSN 13457) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG645 via RAF Montreal Jun 3, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 1, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  1336 TSCU RAF Aug 26, 1945.  1381 TCU RAF Dec 4, 1945.
					22 MU RAF Sep 6, 1946.  Sold Jan 21, 1947 to Sobelair.  Registered OO-SBC Apr 16, 1947.  Lased to Sabena
					in 1949, bought Feb 1, 1951.  Congo Feb 16, 1951.  Leased by Linair Jul 30, 1959.  Registration 9O-CUI
					NTU.  Sabena Feb 23, 1961.  Congo Jun 24, 1961.  Linair Dec 5, 1961, Sabena Jan 18, 1965.  Linair
					Apr 10, 1965.  Belgian International Air Services Jul 1, 1965.  WFU 1971 Libya
				93536 (MSN 13459) to USAAF May 29, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG647 via RAF Montreal Jun 4, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 12, 1944.  575 Sqdn RAF Oct 2, 1944.  1680 Flt RAF Sep 29, 1945.  G-AIAZ BOAC leased
					Apr 3, 1946.  22 MU Jul 31, 1946. Sold Dec 2, 1946. Became VH-SNI with John Fairfax and Sons t/a
					Herald Flying Services.  To Sydney Morning Herald Dec 9, 1946.  To VH-MIN with Department of National
					Development, operated by Bureau of Mineral Resources Dec 1, 1954.  K. Singh, Tamworth Jun 6y, 1972.  Airfast
					Connair Pty Ltd Jun 30, 1974.  Northern NL (Operations) Pty Ltd, Alice Springs 1970. Stored
					Alice Springs Jun 1980.  Setair Pty Apr 1981.  Rebel Air, Sydneyu Jun 30, 1983.  Current 2011.
				93537 (MSN 13460) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG648, delivered Montreal May 30, 1944, 
					June 04, 1944 left for the UK, June 13, 1944 delivered to Operational Training Unit 107 (107 OUT) at 
					Desborough, UK, next released for Transport Squadron 1333 (133 (TS) CU on 
					August 15, 1944. On November 07,1946 registered to KLM as PH-TCW, on December 
					18, 1946 registered as F-BCYY as assigned to Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient. Next 
					transferred to the Armee de l'Air (France) as #93537, next F-RAJB, next 
					F-SCJA, then transferred first to Air Burundi, then the military of Burundi 
					as 9U-BAC. Currently stored by private operator in Burundi.
				93538 (MSN 13461) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG649 via RAF Montreal Jun 3, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 14, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 28, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  TICU RAF Nov 13, 1946.
				 	Relegated to ground instructional airframe with serial 6230M Jan 14, 1947.
					Presumably subsequently scrapped
				93539 (MSN 13462) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG650 via RAF Montreal Jun 2, 1944.
					RAF UK.  Re7 Sqdn RAF Sep 10, 1944. 10 Sqdn RAF. 1336 TSCU RAF Aug 16, 1945. 1382 (T)CU RAF Dec 20, 1945.
					Sold Dec 1, 1946, to Canadair Dec 19, 1946.  then to PH-NCR with Fokker NV, then to 
					N. V. Frits Diepen Vliegtuigen Apr 1, 1948 as PH-TFA.  Aero Holland Feb 16, 1949.  Crashed Nov 20, 1949
					near Oslo, Norway.
				93540 (MSN 13463) to NEIAF as DT-986, callsign VH-RCD.  By 1955 was
					PK-DPF of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV.
				93541 (MSN 13464) w/o Jun 30, 1944 in takeoff accident Burtonwood, UK
				93542 (MSN 13465)
				93543 (MSN 13466) to MASDC
				93544 (MSN 13467) to RAF as Dakota III KG349.  To PP-ACB TABA (1949), to PP-AXE Aerovias Brasil, to Brazilian
					AF as FAB-2076, to PT-KVU and w/o Oct 7, 1978.
				93545 (MSN 13469) to USAAF May 30, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG652 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 12, 1944. 1333 (TS)CU RAF Mar 1, 1945.   107 OTU RAF Aug 15, 1946. 22 MU RAF Oct 2, 1946.
					A Hyde Dec 12, 1946.  Became NC95488 Mar 10, 1947.
				93546 (MSN 13470) to USAAF May 31, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG653 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 12, 1944.  1 FU RAF.  Strayed off course 
					during delivery flight to Middle East and shot down by Hptm
					Lulius Meimberg in Bf 109G-14 of JG 53/Stab II at Neuleiningen,
					Germany Sep 24, 1944.  2 crew and 20 passengers killed.
				93547 (MSN 13471) to USAAF May 31, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG654 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					575 Sqdn RAF Sep 30, 1944.  Stalled on takeoff
					from Broadwell Feb 24, 1945 and bellylanded. Relegated to ground
					instructional airframe with serial 5201M.  Presumably
					subsequently scrapped.
				93548 (MSN 13472) to USAAF May 31, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG655 via RAF Montreal Jun 7, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 14, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Sep 26, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  1282 (T)CU RAF Aug 13, 1946.
					Became PH-TCU with KLM bought Nov 7, 1946,  To OO-SBG Sobelair Aug 8, 1950.  Sabena 1953.  Airwork
					Jan 13, 1954.   later became F-OAPA. with Aigle Azur d'Extreme Orient Feb 3, 1954.   Was believed to have been destroyed
					by rebels at Hanoi, actually to F-BEHC of Air France Feb 17, 1956.  To TLKAC with Central African 
					Republic governent May 1966.  Derelict Cairo Sep 1975.
				93549 (MSN 13473) to USAF May 31, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG656 via RAF Montreal Jun 7, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 15, 1944.  24 Sqdn RAF Jun 14, 1944.  1381 (T)CU RAF.  Sold to Canadair Ltd Jul 17, 1946.
					To Zonas Oeste y Norte de Aerolineas Argentinas (ZONDA) as 
					LV-ABZ Jan 14, 1947.  To Aerolineas Aeroposta Jan 3, 1950, to Aerolineas Argentinas "Cuyano".  
					Jan 22, 1953.  T-FA Argentina LADEI Jun 1966.  WFU 1968 and scrapped.
				93550 (MSN 13474) to USAAF Mayu 31, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG657 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 16, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Aug 25, 1944.  24 Sqdn RAF Aug 2, 1945.  1383 (T)CU RAF.
					1381 (T)CU RAF Jul 25, 1946.  Sold Nov 2, 1946. to G. Victor
					Registered G-AIWC Nov 14, 1946 with Air Contractors, then Skyways Ltd "Sky Despatch" Dec 6, 1948.
					BOAC Dec 31, 1951. British International Airlines Lted Apr 3, 1952.  Became VR-AAK with
					Aden Airways Ltd "Attaq" leased May 13, 1955, then reverted
					to G-AIWC with Silver City Airways "City of Lincoln" Apr 3, 1958. Libyan Oil CO "City of Tripoli"
					leased Oct 30, 1959.  Registration finally cancelled Feb 12, 1962 on
					sale to sebana as OO-SBI. To EC-ARZ with Spantax leased Mar 28, 1962.  Leased to Air Mauretania
					1962.  Spantax 1964.  W/o Dec 7, 1965 when crashed into high terrain 
					shortly after takeoff from Tenerife, Canary Islands on flight to Manchester, UK.  32 killed.
				93551 (MSN 13475) to USAAF May 31, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG658 via RAF Montreal Jun 8, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 19, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 27, 1944.  512 sqdn RAF Oct 15, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF.
					1381 (T)CU RAF Jul 26, 1946.  Sold Nov 2, 1946 to BEA and
					registered G-AIWD Nov 14, 1946.  Sold to BKS Air Transport LTD May 
					18, 1960 still registered as G-AIWD.  Lay wingless at Leeds for some
					time after its wings were put on G-AMSH.  Not sure where it
					got its new wings from.  Registration cancelled 
					Mar 4, 1967 on sale to Lebanon, but was registered VR-ABF with Brothers
					Air Service of Aden, Yeman the same month, and no Lebanese identity known.
					To Alymeda as 7O-ABF.  Crashed into sea Mar 1, 1977 when on climb
					out from Aden, Yemen.  19 killed.
				93552 (MSN 13476) to USAAF May 31, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG659 via RAF Montreal Jun 4, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 14, 1944.  512 Sqdn RAF Aug 21, 1944.  48 Sqdn RAF Oct 15, 1944.  435 Sqdn Sep 16, 1945.
					436 Sqdn RAF Mar 17, 1946.  To Canadian government Apr 16, 1946, to RCAF
					as 994 Jul 20, 1946.  To Indian AF as BJ762 Mar 21, 1962.
				93553 (MSN 13477) to USAAF Jun 1, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG660 via RAF Montreal Jun 11, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 17, 1944 109 OTU RAF Aug 25, 1944.  tDBR when forcelanded
					at Brampton, England Mar 28, 1946 following engine failure on takeoff.
				93554 (MSN 13479) to USAF Jun 1, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG662 via RAF Montreal Jun 13, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 26, 1944.  109 OTU RAQF Aug 26, 1944. 1383 (T)CU RAF 11Aug44   1333 (TS)CU RAF 23Jul46   
					G Victor bought 02Nov46   G-AIWE Air Contractors Ltd registered 13Nov46.  
					Skyways Ltd "Sky Lancer" delivered 06Dec48 Crewsair "Crew Endeavour" leased 02Jul50  bought 27Oct50   
					LEP Air Svces 08Nov51   Skyways Ltd L for Kuwait OilCO US to 18Jan52   
					BKS Aerocharter 24Mar52.  To EC-AGS Iberia "55" delivered 9Apr52.   Broken up Nov73 Madrid  
				93555 (MSN 13480) to USAAF Jun 1,1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG663 via RAF Montreal Jun 5, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 11, 1944.  108 OTU RAF Nov 6, 1944.  1382 (TS)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  
					Sold Nov 7, 1946.  To KLM as PH-TDS.  Sold to Pakair Feb 5, 1948 and registered AP-ACF
					Feb 23, 1948.  Then to Meteor Air Transport as N1549V Nov 1953.  To Capital Airlines Inc.  Caribbean
					Atlantic Airlines Inc.  DBR Sep 22, 1964, San Juan, Puerto Rico.  Wreck to F. A. Conner, Miami, FL.
				93556 (MSN 13481) to USAAF Jun 1, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG664 via RAF Montreal Jun 5,1 944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 25, 1944.  1383 TCU RaF Aug 10, 1945. .  Transferred to BOAC
					as G-AHDC Jun 6, 1945.  Not converted for civilian use and relegated to spares use at 
					Liverpool/Speke AP Apr 8, 1947.
				93557 (MSN 13482) to USAAF Jun 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG665 via RAF Montreal Jun 12, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 21, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Jul 15, 1944.  1333 (TS)CU RAF Mar 1, 1945.   DBR at Ringway Airport 
					(Manchester) Aug 31, 1946 when stalled back onto runway when taking off
					from overshoot.  SOC May 14, 1947. 
				93558 (MSN 13483) to USAAF Jun 1, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG666 via RAF Montrweal Jun 5, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 25, 1944.  1382 (T)CU RAF 1945. Sold Jul 22, 1946, then to 
					Ethiopian Airlines as ET-T-15 Jun 20, 1947.  To Swissair as HB-IRH in 1951, probably on lease since
					it was returned to Ethiopian Airlines as ET-T-15 Jan 1953. Reregistered as ET-AAT and w/o Nov 30, 1963
					at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on a test flight.
				93559 (MSN 13484) to USAAF Jun 1, 1944.  To RCAF as Dakota III KG667 via RAF Montreal Jun 5, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  1089 OTU RAF Nov 7, 19044.  1382 (TS)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.
					Sold to Canadair Jul 17, 1946.  To Empresa Guatemalteca de
					Aviacion (Aviateca) as LG-AMA.  Later registered to Aviateca as
					TG-AMA Oct 29, 1948.  W/o Feb 17, 1975 when DBR by fire on the ground
					at Tikal-El Peten Airport, Guatemala.
				93560 (MSN 13485) to USAAF Jun 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG668 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  24 Sqdn RAF Aug 14, 1944.  436 Sqdn RAF Sep 15, 1945.  435 Sqdn RAF Mar 17, 1946.
					Sold to Canadian govenment Apr 8, 1946.  Transferred to RCAF as KG668 Jun 17, 1946
					Central Experimental Proving Establishment, Uplands, Ontario.  Renumbered 12942 in Jun 1970.
					CGRSA Dept of Energy, Mines and Resources Jan 10, 1975.  Canadian Center for Remote Surveys Jul 7, 1975.
					Innotech Aviation Ltd, Dorval, Quebed Jul 1980.
				93561 (MSN 13486) to USAAF Jun 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG669 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 28, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  22 MU RAF Jun 67, 1946.
					Sold Aug 19, 1946 to Sabena, delivered Mar 18, 1947.  Became OO-AWF.  Congo 10Dec51   Air Katanga leased Oct   
					Air Congo leased 22Dec60  90-CUF Air Congo registered 13Feb61  Reregistered 9Q-CUF  
					Bought 31Dec65  (9T-PKW OR 9T-PKT).  Congo AF WFU 
				93562 (MSN 13487) to USAAF Jun 2, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG670 via RAF Montreal Jun 6, 1944.  
					RAF UK Jun 13, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Jul 17, 1944.  1333 TSCU RAF May 1945.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1947. To Scottish Aviation Ltd 10May47  G-AKIK  BEA 18Sep47  Cyprus Airways Ltd "Citium" 17Dec47  
					damaged by time bomb Nicosia, Cyprus 27Apr56  Field Aircraft Svces 28Aug56  to French AF as 
					AdlA 13487 07Mar5GAM 50 May57.  Disappeared near Andapa Madagascar  30May58 
				93565 (MSN 13491) to Philippine AF. To XY-ACA.  Now on civil registry as N2270Z
				93566 (MSN 13492) to XY-ACA.  To Burmese AF
				93567 (MSN 13493) to MLD (Marine Luchtvaard Dienst--Dutch Navy) as Q-10.
					Transferred to AURI
				93571 (MSN 13497) to NEIAF as DT-962, callsign VH-REP. 
				93573 (MSN 13500) w/o in takeoff accident Oct 13, 1944 Nandi AB, Fiji 
				93576 (MSN 13503) to MLD (Marine Luchtvaard Dienst--Dutch Navy) as Q-8.
					Transferred to AURI
				93577 (MSN 13504)
				93578 (MSN 13505)
				93579 (MSN 13506) became VH-AJD, then VH-CAN (order may be reversed),
					then ZK-AMY.   In Mar 2007 was at Ashburton Aviation Museum, New Zealand. 
				93580 (MSN 13507)
				93581 (MSN 13509)
				93582 (MSN 13510) by 1954 was PI-C55 of Philippine Air Lines
				93583 (MSN 13511)
				93584 (MSN 13512) to XY-ACC.  DBR at Lanya Nov 13, 1949.  To Burmese AF?
				93585 (MSN 13513) w/o in landing accident Jan 31, 1946 Lipa AB, Philippines.
				93586 (MSN 13514)
				93587 (MSN 13515)
				93588 (MSN 13516)
				93589 (MSN 13517)
				93590 (MSN 13519) 
				93591 (MSN 13520)
				93592 (MSN 13521) became VH-ANU of Australian National Airways.
					By 1956 had been bought by New Zealand National Airways
					and registered ZK-BKD.
				93593 (MSN 13522)
				93594 (MSN 13523)
				93595 (MSN 13524) to XW-PFW
				93596 (MSN 13525)
				93597 (MSN 13526)
				93598 (MSN 13527) ditched near Dumong, Philippines Feb 9, 1946.
				93599 (MSN 13529) delivered June 07, 1944, arrived in Manila June 14, 1944. Butler Air 
					delivered to Australia April 14, 1948 for the Australian National Airlines, 
					registered as VH-IND, named 'Menana', next to Aviation Sales in Auckland, NZ 
					as ZK-BYE. Imported into Laos with the help of Air America, believed to be 
					one of the two C-47s delivered to General Vang Pao's Xieng Khouang Air 
					Transport as XW-PFX. Next to Lao Air Charter now registered as XW-TDJ. On 
					December 23, 1969 the left wing contacted a mountain and the aircraft crashed 
					near Luang Prabang, Laos. 2 crew fatal of three. Passengers 4 fatal of 16 onboard.
				93600 (MSN 13530) damaged in landing Oct 29, 1947 at Kindley Field, Bermuda 
				93601 (MSN 13531, C-117C) to TAC in 1963
				93605 (MSN 13535) to NEIAF as DT-987, callsign VH-RCD.  By 1955 was PK-DPG
					of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV
				93607 (MSN 13537) bailed from the USAF to Air America July 1966 as '607' (not B-607). 
					Numerous accidents, incidents over the years all repaired.  On March 22 1968 veered 
					off the runway and rolled down a steep embankment to the right of the extreme end of 
					the runway at Gia Nghia (V-202), South Vietnam. The wreck was abandoned, but noted 
					still in place in 1972.  Correspondence on the Air-Britain chat site suggests that
					the Air America identity was 603, not 607 - or maybe both were worn at different times?
				93608 (MSN 13539) to USAAF Jun 7, 1944.  To RAF as KG672 at RAF Nassau Jun 17, 1944.
					Then to South African AF as 6837 Jul 13, 1944.  5 Wg SAA 1945.  15 AD SAAF 1954.  85 AFS SAAF Mar 1978.
					Current 2011.
				93609 (MSN 13540) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as KG673 at RAF Nassau Jun 24, 1944.  To SAAF as 6839 
					Jul 13, 1944.  To civil registry as ZS-MRS. Back to SAAF as 6839. 
					Converted to C-47TP.  Was still active in 2011.
				93610 (MSN 13541) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as KG674 at RAF Nassau Jun 22, 1944. To SAAF as 6838 
					Jul 23, 1944. 28 Sqdn SAAF "OD-W" 1946.  15 AD SAAF 1954.  To civil registry as ZS-CAI Aug 21, 1958.
					Current 2010.
				93611 (MSN 13542) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as KG675 at RAF Nassau Jun 22, 1944.  RAF West Africa
					Aug 17, 1944  Dak Flt WA US RAF.  RAF Med ME Apr 25, 1946.  1314 FLT RAF.  To FLC at Payne Field
					Sep 26, 1946.  To VT-CGO oof Bharat Airlines "Supavn" registered Oct 3, 1946.  To Indian Airlines
					Corp from 1953 to 1958.  To M. S. Kasturi and Sons Ltd "The Hindu" Feb 29, 1958. WFU Sep 1981
				93612 (MSN 13543) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as KG676 at RAF Nassau Jun 17, 1944.  ACSEA Jul 10, 1944.
					STU RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  62 Sqdn RAF.  To Indian Government Jan 30, 1947. To civil registry as VT-CYX
					May 1949, operated by Deccan Airwayas and Indian Airlines.  To the Indian Border Security Force.  
					Later displayed at Border Security Force's Signal Training Center, Yelahanka, India.
					Offered for auction in Bangalore Nov 2010.
				93613 (MSN 13544) to USAAF Jun 9 1944.  To RAF as KG677 at RAF Nassau Jun 17, 1944 . RAF UK Sep 3, 1944.
					1334 TSCU RAF Baroda Mar 1945.  WFU Nov 27, 1947.
				93614 (MSN 13545) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  to RAF as KG678 at RAF Nassau Jun 267, 1944.  ACSEA Jul 18, 1944.
					436 Sqdn RCAF.  48 Sqdn RAF. W/o Nov 29, 1945.
				93615 (MSN 13546) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  to RAF as KG679 at RAF Nassau Jun 20, 1944.  ACSEA Jul 17, 1944.
					ACSEA Jul 17, 1i944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF. 62 Sqdn RAF.  194 Sqdn RAF.  To Thai AF Aug 29, 1946.
				93616 (MSN 13547) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  to RAF as KG680 at RAF Nassau Jun 19, 1944.   RAF UK Jul 17, 1944.
					31 Sqdn RAF India.  133r TSCU RAF Baroda Mar 1945.  To Indian governmenet Jan 30, 1947.
				93617 (MSN 13549) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG682 via RAF Nassau Jun 17, 1944.  
					ACSEA Sep 11, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  BAFSEA CS RAF.  682 Sqdn RAF France.
					Transferred to Indian AF Nov 28, 1946 as VP915.
				93618 (MSN 13550) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as KG683 but NTU. To USSR.
				93619 (MSN 13551) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944  to RAF as Dakota III KG684 via RAF NASSAU Jun 20, 1944.
					RAF India Jul 25, 1944.  Transferred to Indian government Nov 28, 1946.  To Indian AF as MA968 Sep 25, 1947.
				93620 (MSN 13552) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  Intended to RAF as KG685, but diverted to USSR Jun 1944. 
					To Polish AF Jul 1944 as No. 1. To civil registry with LOT as SP-LCH. To Iran Air as EP-AEI Feb 1959. 
					W/o near Ahwaz, Iran Feb 20, 1962.  LOT had several C-47s registered as SP-LCH over the years.
				93621 (MSN 13553) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as KG686 but NTU. To USSR.
				93622 (MSN 13554) to USAAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as KG687 but NTU. To USSR.
				93623 (MSN 13555) To USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG688 via RAF Montreal Jun 18, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jul 27, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF Nov 26, 1944. India Oct 30, 1946.  WFU. 
					Sold to Indian government Oct 31, 1946. To civil registry VT-CHI Oct 29, 1946.  To Indian AF Dec 1947.
				93624 (MSN 13556) to USAF Jun 9, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG689 via RAF Montreal Jun 17, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jun 278, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946.
					To EP-AAP Jan 9, 1948.  To Saudi Arabia May 1948.
				93625 (MSN 13557) to USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG690 via RAF Montreal Jun 18, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jun 27, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF. Flew into cliffs in cloud near Salalah, Aden Jul 31, 1944.
				93626 (MSN 13559) to USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG692 Jul 4, 1944.  Diverted to RCAF,
					no RAF service.  RCAF Patricia Bay Jul 4, 1944.  RCAF WAC Jan 2, 1946.  EC Jan 14, 1946.
					To Trans Canada Airlines as CF-TEE bought Feb 19, 1946 "78" then "378".  To US civil registry
					as N4998E with Frontier Airlines "Sunliner Nebraska" bought Aug t, 1958.
					Miami Aviation Corp, Opa Locka, FL Jul 1, 1964.  To Air Manila as PI-C854 in 1965.  
					W/o. May 23, 1967 at Iligan.
				93627 (MSN 13560) to USAAF Jul 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG693 at RAF Patricial Bay Jun 19, 1944, 
					to RCAF 18 days later.  Stored WAC Nov 7, 1944.  EAC Jan 14, 1946.  To TCA as CF-TEF Aug 17, 1946,
					as "79", then "379".   To Babb Co. 1958 as CF-53F, then to Aero Enterprises Apr 1959 as N5590A.  
					Then to Royal Thai AF as BL.2 s/n 213560 Mar 28, 1959.  Wfu 1985.
				93628 (MSN 13561) to USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG694 via RAF Nassau Jun 23, 1944.
					RAF India Aug 2, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  194 Sqdn RAF.  Destroyed by fire when
					bellylanded 3 mi S of Myingyan, Burma Jun 14, 1945 after engine caught fire.
				93629 (MSN 13562) to USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG695 via RAF Nassau Jun 23, 1944.
					ACSEA Jul 19, 1944.  62 Sqdn RAF.  To Thai AF Aug 29, 1946 as L2-3/90.  SOC
					Mar 11, 1965
				93630 (MSN 13563) to USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF in India as Dakota III KG696 Jun 24, 1944.  117 Ssqdn RAF.
					1334 CU RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				93631 (MSN 13564) to USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF in India as Dakota III KG697 Jun 22, 1944.
					436 Sqdn RAF.  SOC Apr 14, 1947.
				93632 (MSN 13565) to USAAF Jun 10, 1944.  To RAF via RAF Nassau as Dakota III KG698 Jun 29, 1944.
					RAF India Jul 25, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  31 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				93633 (MSN 13566) to USAF Jun 20, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG699 via RAF Nassau Jun 20, 1944.
					RAF India Jul 17, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  To Indian govdrnment Nov 28, 1946.  Transferred to Indian AF
					Sep 25, 1947 as VP916
				93634 (MSN 13567) to USAAF Jun 11, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG700 ia RAF Nassau Jun 26, 1944.
					ACSEA Jul 22, 1944.  233 Sqdn RAF.  Transferred to Indian government Nov 28, 1946, to Indian AF
					Sep 25, 1947 as VP917
				93635 (MSN 13569) to USAAF Jun 12, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG702 via RAF Nassau Jun 24, 1944.
					RAF India Aug 3, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF. 194 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government
					Jan 30, 1947.  To VT-COZ Oct 28, 1947.  W/O Jan 21, 1955 at Tarapati, India
				93636 (MSN 13570) to USAAF Jun 12, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG703 via RAF Montreal Jun 12, 1944.
					MAAF Jul 27, 1944. 44 Sqdn SAAF.  Returned to USAAF in Egypt Jun 26, 1947.  Oct 1947 to Jamair as VT-COU.
					To Kalinga Airlines. W/o Apr 2, 1964 when DBR at Calcutta, India.
				93637 (MSN 13571) to USAAF Jun 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG704 via RAF Montreal Jun 21, 1944.  
					RAF Middle ast Jul 27, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  Returned to USAAF Jul 26, 1946.  In 1946 to TC-BEY of 
					Devlet Hava Yollari.  To N16893 Jan 22, 1972.  WFU. Seen derelict at Istanbul/Yesilkoy Jun 1971.
				93638 (MSN 13572) to USAAF Jun 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG705 via RAF Montreal Jun 18, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jul 27, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF Feb 5, 1945.  282 Wg RAF May 1, 45.  216 Sqdn RAF.  
					Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To Iran Air as EP-AAJ 1946.  W/o Dec 1, 1950
					when crashed into mountain NNW of Chamaran, Iran.  7 crew, 1 passenger killed.
				93639 (MSN 13573) to USAAF Jun 16, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG706 via RAF Montreal Jun 23, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jun 30, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.  78 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29, 1946.  To VT-CGQ with Indian Airlines Corp Oct 3, 1946.  WFU.  Preserved at Dharmasthala, India.
				93640 (MSN 13574) to USAAF Jun 14, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG707 via RAF Monteal Jun 20, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jul 31, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
				93641 (MSN 13575) to USAAF Jun 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG708 via RAF Montreal Jun 20, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jun 24, 1944.  CCPAF Jul 3, 1944.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.
				93642 (MSN 13576) to USAAF Jun 11, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG709 via RAF Montreal Jujn 18, 1944.
					MAAF Jul 27, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  Returned to USAAF Sep 29, 1946.  TO ET-T-10 in 1947
					To Ethippian AF as YIAH-I-701F
				93643 (MSN 13577) to USAAF Jun 11, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG710 via RAF Montreal Jun 22, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jul 27, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  Missing in transit
					between Bari, Italy and Hassani Dec 13, 1944.
				93644 (MSN 13579) to USAAF Jun 11, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG712 via RAF Montreal Jun 17, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jun 28, 1944.  216 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29, 1946.  To VT-CGR with Indian Airlines Corp Oct 3, 1946.  WFU. Preserved at Hyderabad, India
				93645 (MSN 13580) to USAAF Jun 11, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG713 via rAF Montreal Jul 8, 1944.
					144 Wing RAF Dec 16, 1944.  RAF UK Jun 11, 1945.  436 Sqdn RAF Sep 13, 1945.
					435 Sqdn RAF Mar 17, 1946.  Transferred to 429 Sqdn RCAF Apr 8, 1946.  1 ANS "VCGSL" 1952.
					Renumbered 12946 in Jun 1970.  Stored Saskatoon 1976.  WFU.  To C-GJKM Oct 1980.  WFU Oct 28, 2004.
				93646 (MSN 13581) to USAAF Jun 11, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG714 via RAF Montreal Jun 21, 1944.
					RAF Middle East Jun 27u, 1944.  44 Sqdn SAAF.  Returned to USAAF Jul 31, 1947.  To VT-CGZ with
					Indian Airlines Corp Jan 1947.
				93647 (MSN 13582) to USAAF Jun 11, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG715 via RAF Nassau Jun 24, 1944.
					SEAAC Jul 31, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.  62 Sqdn RAF.  Flew into high ground
					in cloud 48 mi NE of Kyaukpyu, Burma while on supply dropping mission Jun 5, 1945.
				93648 (MSN 13583) to USAAF Jun 19, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG716 via RAF Nassau Jun 26, 1944.
					RAF India Jul 2, 1944.  194 Sqdn RAF.  353 Sqdn RAF.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.
				93649 (MSN 13584) to USAAF Jun 19, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG717 via RAF Nassau Jun 27, 1944.
					RAF India Jug 4, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  1334 TSCU Broda RAF.  To Indian government Jun 30, 1947.  To Deccan
					Airways Jan 1950 as VT-DDD.  To Indian airlines Corp Aug 1, 1953.  To J K
					Chemicals Ltd Bombay May 6, 1971.  To Safari Airways "Mayur" in 1978.  To Yemen
					Airways as 4W-ABX, but not sure this is correct.
				93650 (MSN 13585) to USAAF Jun 26, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG718 via RAF Nssau Jul 3, 1944.
					ACSEA Jul 21, 1944.  52 Sqdn RAF.  62 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
				93651 (MSN 13586) to USAAF Jun 20, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG719 via RAF Nassau Jun 28, 1944.
					SEAAC Aug 2, 1944.  353 Sqdn RAF.  52 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				93652 (MSN 13587) to USAAF Jun 21, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG720 via RAF Nassau Jul 1, 1944.
					ACSEA Jul 27, 1944.  31 SqdnRAF.  177 Sqdn RAF.  62 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947.
					Became VH-BFW Mar 24, 1948.  To VH-MAC with Mandated Airlines Ltd. Aug 10, 1951.  To B-251 Jun 24, 1967.
					W/o Apr 24, 1969 at Phanteit, Vietnam.
				93653 (MSN 13589) to USAAF Jun 22, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG722 via RAF Nassau Jul 3, 1944.
					RAF India Junl 30, 1944.  117 Sqdn RAF 52 Sqdn RAF.  117 Sqdn RAF.  Sold to Indian government Jan 30, 1947
				93654 (MSN 13590) to USAAF Jun 24, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG723 via RAF Nassau Lul 3, 1944.
					RAF India Jul 25, 1944.  AHQ India Comm Sqdn Jan 4, 19478.  India CU RAF.  CF Mauripur RAF.
					SOC Nov 12, 1948.  Sold Jan 5, 1950.  Became G-ALWC Jan 10, 1950.
					Was to have become F-GBOL Nov 1982 but NTU.  G-ALWC cancelled
					Apr 3, 1989.  Preserved by La Federation Francaise des Ailes
					Anciennes and displayed at Aeroscopia Museum, Toulouse, France
				93655 (MSN 13591) to USAAF Aug 13, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17229 Aug 13, 1944
				93656 (MSN 13592) to USAAF Jun 14, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17230 Jun 14, 1944
				93657 (MSN 13593) to USAAF Jun 14, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17231 Jun 14, 1944
				93658 (MSN 13594) to USAAF Jun 14, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17232 Jun 14, 1944
				93659 (MSN 13595) to USAAF Jun 15, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17233 Jun 15, 1944
				93660 (MSN 13596) to USAAF Jun 15, 1944, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 17234 Jun 15, 1944
				93661 (MSN 13597)
				93662 (MSN 13599) 
				93663 (MSN 13600) w/o Dec 20, 1945 at Sendai-Yanomi Field, Japan
				93664 (MSN 13601) w/o May 11, 1945 in crashlanding at Sorido, Indonesia
				93665 (MSN 13602)
				93666 (MSN 13603)
				93667 (MSN 13604)
				93668 (MSN 13605)
				93669 (MSN 13606) became VH-AML, then VH-RML..  By 1955 was VH-BZL of
					Ansett Airways Pty.  To Nigeria as 5N-aan
				93670 (MSN 13607) to NEIAF as DT-967, callsign VH-REU.
				93671 (MSN 13609) 
				93672 (MSN 13610)
				93673 (MSN 13611) to Philippine AF 
				93674 (MSN 13612) became VH-ANY. By 1955 was VH-AVK of 
					MacRobertson Miller Aviation Co, Ltd.  Registration N86C subsequently 
					allocated but NTU.  To Taiwan as B-259, later became B-126 of Civil Aviation Administration.
					Moved to previous Taoyuan AFB for storage waiting for the new aviation museum. 
				93675 (MSN 13613)
				93676 (MSN 13614)
				93677 (MSN 13615)
				93678 (MSN 13616) to MLD (Marine Luchtvaard Dienst--Dutch Navy) as Q-11.
					Transferred to AURI
				93680 (MSN 13619) to NEIAF as DT-983
				93681 (MSN 13620) went to Taiwan AF as 13612.  Reported
					2008 at Taiwan Taoyuan IAP Aviation Museum painted as B-126.
				93682 (MSN 13621) to NC62567.  To Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ABH.  To
					private operator in Brazil as PP-XES, PP-YQA, and then Oct 1960 to
					Lineas Aereas del Estado (Argentine AF) as T-27, then TC-27.  Placed
					in storage Apr 1972.
				93683 (MSN 13622) delivered to USAAF 15Jun44; 9th Air Force, Europe 24Jul44; 2nd Troop Carrier 
					Pathfinder Squadron, 9th Troop Carrier Pathfinder Group, Chalgrove, Oxfordshire; 
					Accident 21Jan45, struck trees on a hilltop somewhere in the area between Buxton and Ashbourne; 
					The crew was on a daytime training flight from Chalgrove in Oxfordshire with four other aircraft. 
					Their route took them from Chalgrove to Bury St Edmunds and then to Wrexham where the formation 
					was to break up and the five aircraft return individually. Due to bad weather the flight leader 
					instructed the crews to break company short of Wrexham; at this point the crew of 42-93683 
					decided to fly roughly ESE to avoid having to pass through a weather front that 
					lay between them and Chalgrove. After a short time the weather closed in and the crew 
					lost sight of the ground, the pilot decided to climb up to 3000ft. Shortly after starting 
					the climb and having gained virtually no height the crew saw trees immediately ahead of 
					them and had no time to avoid them. The trees caused minor damage to the aircraft with the 
					starboard tail plane and elevator damaged along with the leading edge of the starboard wing 
					and skinning on the underside. Along with this structural damage the radio aerials on 
					the underside were damaged or entirely missing. 2nd Troop Carrier Pathfinder Squadron, 
					Chartres [A-40], France; Damaged landing 5 miles NW of Nurnberg, Germany 30Apr45; Oberpfaffenhofen, 
					Germany 1Jan48; Diverted to Turkey 22Jan49
				93684 (MSN 13623) delivered to USAAF 16Jun44; Pac TSP, Manila, Philippines 23Jun44; QANTAS; Registered VH-AII 12Dec45; 
					Trans Australian Airlines, "Mueller" leased 3Sep48 to 24Feb49; QANTAS; Registered VH-EBI 23Sep49; 
					Trans Australian Airlines, "Todd" 3Nov50; Registered VH-TAV; Reregistered VH-SBJ 8Feb61; "Leichardt"; 
					Registration cancelled 9Oct68; Continental Air Services International 10Oct68; 
					Registered XW-PEE; Reregistered N13622 Mar69; Air Alliance Inc, Los Angeles, CA (Dec70); Cancelled
				93685 (MSN 13624) To Australian National Airways December 1945 
					as VH-ANW; sold May 1954 to Guinea Airways and reregistered August 1958 
					to VH-GAK. Guinea Airways taken over January 1960 by Ansett-ANA, 
					aircraft reverted to VH-ANW. Retired Oct 4, 1971 and placed on display at youth 
					camp in South Australia; to Southern Air Maintenance at Parafield Nov 7, 1985 
					for restoration. Restoration completed 1987 and aircraft painted as VH-MMF 
					of MacRobertson Miller Airlines; was intended for display in a 
					restaurant complex at Perth, Australia.
				93687 (MSN 13626) by 1955 was VT-CFB of Indian Airlines Corp. W/o Mar 13, 1957 Kingsway Camp in training
					flight.  3 lost.
				93688 (MSN 13627)
				93689 (MSN 13629) w/o Sep 22, 1944, CBI.
				93690 (MSN 13630) damaged Aug 1, 1950 in taxiing accident in Greece
				93691 (MSN 13631)
				93692 (MSN 13632) by 1954 was PP-AVY of Empresa de Transportes
					Aerovias Brasil S.A.  W/o Aug 27, 1959 Maringa Aiport, operated by REAL
				93693 (MSN 13633) to NC53668 in 1946.  Cqncelled Dec 21, 1948
				93694 (MSN 13634) to NC15557, PK-GDK, PK-ZDI
				93695 (MSN 13635) W/o Jul 26, 1944 Fayetteville-Pope AAF, North Carolina.
				93696 (MSN 13636) to civil registry as NC54215, to Maquinas Aerocom as
					PP-XDU.  To Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AXK.
					To Brazilian AF as FAB 2066.  w/o Mar 13, 1961, Brasilia, DF Internacional,
					Brazil 
				93697 (MSN 13637) by 1955 was SE-BBO of Scandinavian Airlines System.  To OY-DMN Faroe Airways.  Broken
					up at Kastrup 1969.
				93698 (MSN 13639) to NEIAF as DT-977, callsign VH-RCR.  By 1955 was 
					PK-RCT of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV.  Became PK-GDH Jul 4, 1956
				93701 (MSN 13642) delivered to USAAF 17Jun44; 7230th Air Base Group, Erding AB, Germany; HQ Squadron, 
					85th Air Base Group, Erding, West Germany; damaged 50 miles SW of Mecatina, Quebec, Canada 18Apr51; 
					Miami, FL 1963; to Honduras AF as FAH 306 Jun 1963; used 15Jul69 loaded with bombs on a mission 
					during the ‘Soccer War’ to bomb the El Salvador Air Force at Ilopango but failed to locate the target; 
					Preserved and on display at Honduran Aviation Museum / Museo del Aire de Honduras, Toncontín 
					International Airport, Tegucicalpa, Honduras.
				93704 (MSN 13645) converted to EC-47Q from VC-478A.  To Republic of Korea AF Jul 10, 1975.  Now at Korean Aerospace 
					Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB.
				93706 (MSN 13647) Delivered to USAAF 19Jun44; 9th Air Force, Europe 9Jul44; Reconstruction Finance 
					Corporation (RFC) 25Sep45; to Canadair for conversion to DC-3A-456 1945-1946.  Registered LN-IAH for Det Norske
					Luftfartselskam AS (DNL), named "Nordheim" Sep 21, 1946.  On Aug 1, 1945, DNL became SAS, plane named
					"Hallvard Viking"  Damaged, registered as LN-IKH by SAS Apr 30, 1949.  Sold to Sweden and registered
					SE-CFR by AB Aerotransport (Linjeflyg) Sep 21, 1957.  To Swedish AF as s/n 79007 Jul 28, 1960.
					WFU Oct 9, 1981.  To Swedish AF Museum, Malmslätt, Linköping, Sweden  Dec 19, 1982 
					(Note: This aircraft and msn 12712 [42-92864] were mixed up during conversion, and paperwork shows msns 
					were transposed. Physical inspection of the aircraft however shows msns as shown here).
				93707 (MSN 13649) to NC38860 
				93708 (MSN 13650) to Spanish AF as T.3-12 Jun 1957
				93709 (MSN 13651)
				93710 (MSN 13652)
				93711 (MSN 13653) to Turkish AF as 6053.
				93715 (MSN 13657) to France as F-BEFD for Aigle-Azur, next to 
					the Mauritanian AF as 5T-MAF.  WFU 1962
				93716 (MSN 13659)
				93717 (MSN 13660) to N87627
				93718 (MSN 13661)
				93719 (MSN 13662, 315th TCG) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13428
				93720 (MSN 13663) w/o May 15, 1951 in takeoff accident at Giebelstadt, West Germany
				93721 (MSN 13664)
				93722 (MSN 13665) w/o in landing Feb 4, 1953 at Orly A/P, Paris
				93723 (MSN 13666) crash landed at Munich, Germany Feb 19, 1947.  One passenger 
					was killed. 
				93724 (MSN 13667)
				93725 (MSN 13669)
				93726 (MSN 13670) ditched off Beachey Head, UK Sep 14, 1944
				93727 (MSN 13671) w/o Sep 14, 1944 off Beachey Head, UK
				93728 (MSN 13672)
				93729 (MSN 13673)
				93730 (MSN 13674) to Turkish AF as 6093 Apr 24, 1949
				93731 (MSN 13675) w/o Sep 10, 1945 in crash 6 mi NW off Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
				93732 (MSN 13676) to N6895D
				93733 (MSN 13677) to F-BAXI
				93734 (MSN 13679) to MASDC
				93735 (MSN 13680) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey Aug 5, 1975
					from 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand.
				93736 (MSN 13681) to NC62568, CU-T100, [Cuba] 3681 [Haiti] Compagnie Haitienme de Transports 
					Aeriens, leased from Haiti, AF (Corps d'aun de l Arrnee d'Haiti). Now stored 
					Port-Au-Prince.
				93739 (MSN 13684) by 1955 was VT-AZW of Indian Airlines Corp.
				93741 (MSN 13686) by 1955 was VT-AUR of Indian Airlines Corp.
				93742 (MSN 13687) by 1955 was VT-AUU of Indian Airlines Corp.
				93743 (MSN 13689) in 1954 was listed as operated by Indian
					Airlines Corp.  Later to Jamair as VT-ATZ.  Still listed 
					with Jamair in 1977 when it closed down.
				93746 (MSN 13692) w/o in landing accident Jan 17, 1945, Bhamo, Burma
				93747 (MSN 13693) transferred to China Sep 16, 1945
				93748 (MSN 13694) transferred to China Sep 16, 1945.
				93749 (MSN 13695) transferred to China Sep 16, 1945
				93750 (MSN 13696) to Indian Airlines as VT-AVS.  To Indian AF as BJ920.
					Destroyed Sep 7, 1974.
				93751 (MSN 13697) with 11CCS/3CCG damaged Jul 29, 1994 in midair collision woth C-47A 42-93365.  Damaged in accident
					at Myrikyina, Burma Mar 8, 1945.  DBR Apr 4, 1945 in landing accident at Lashio, Burma.
				93754 (MSN 13701) to USAAF, 3PFS, (3rd Sqn IX Troop Carrier Command Pathfinder Group) stationed at Chalgrove in Oxfordshire
					 Crashed into Leith Hill, Surrey, UK Nov. 26, 1944 (along with 42-92837, 43-47975) during flight from France to
					Chalgrove in Oxfordshire.  13 killed on the 3 planes, only the navigator and radio operator from 43-47975 survived.
				93761 (MSN 13709) w/o Oct 9, 1944, Ledo, India
				93763 (MSN 13711) transferred to China Sep 16, 1945.
				93764 (MSN 13712) to VT-AUF of Tata Airlines.  Reported w/o Jan 10, 1947
				93765 (MSN 13713) Delivered to USAAF 25Jun44; Combat Cargo Task Force, Karachi, India 6Jun44; 
					10th Combat Cargo Squadron, 3rd Combat Cargo Group, Sylhet, Assam, India; United Nations 
					Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) 20Feb46; Avia, Czechoslovakia for civil modifications; Yugoslav 
					Air Force / Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1946 as 7302; Jugoslovenski 
					Aerotransport (JAT) 3Apr47; registered YU-ABB, cancelled 19Dec67; Yugoslav Aeronautical 
					Museum, Sur?in, Belgrade, Yugoslavia; Museum of Aviation, Belgrade, Serbia; stored [Jun15]
				93766 (MSN 13714) to VT-ATY of Tata Airlines Dec 1945, to Air India Nov 1946, to Indian AF Dec 1947.
				93767 (MSN 13715)  with 3rd CCG, 12th CCS crashed due to bad weather near Ledo, India
					Sep 8, 1944.  MACR 7183.  4 crew and 2 passengers killed.
				93768 (MSN 13716) to Tata Airlines as VT-AUD Nov 1945.  To Air India Nov 1946, to Indian Airlines Aug 1953.
					Crashed 20 mi S of Delhi May 9, 1953.
				93771 (MSN 13720) by 1955 2as VT-AUT of Indian Airlines Corp.
				93772 (MSN 13721) w/o Oct 29, 1944 in crash 195 mi SW of Moran, India
				93773 (MSN 13722) w/o Oct 20, 1944 in ground fire Dinjan, India
				93774 (MSN 13723, 2nd Air Commando Group) destroyed by enemy shell fire at Meiktila air strip, Burma
				93776 (MSN 13725) to USAAF Jun 15, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG724 via RAF Nassau Jun 2, 1944.
					RAF INDIA Aug 2, 1944.  52 Sqdn RAF.  43 Sqdn RAF.  DBR when taxiied into
					bomb crater at Mingaladon, Burma May 26, 1945.
				93777 (MSN 13726) to USAAF Jun 25, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG725 via RAF Nassau Jul 2, 1944.
					RAF India ACSEA Aug 7, 1944.  31 Sqdn RAF.  To Thai AF Aug 29, 1946.  To Siamese Airways in 1947 as 
					HS-SAA.  Inherited by Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.  Reregistered HS-TDA Sep 15, 1958.
					To Sky of Siam Co in 1980.  Noted derelict at Don Muang AP, Thailand Mar 1983 and
					presumably subsequently scrapped.
				93778 (MSN 13727) to USAAF Jun 25, 1944.  to RAF as Dakota III KG726 via RAF Montreal Jul 6, 1944.
					RAQF UK Jul 11, 1944.  109 OTU RAF Aug 28, 1944.  1383 (T)CU RAF Aug 10, 1945.  22 MU RAF May 13, 1946.  
					Sold May 24, 1946.  To OY-DDI "Ruar Viking" with DDL May 31, 1946.  Subsequently sold as N9986F 
					Nov 21, 1951.  To CC-CLDN to CC-CBS 1971.  WFU Mar 1972.
				93779 (MSN 13729) to USAAF Jul 26, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG728 via RAF Montreal Jul 6, 1944.
					RAF UK Jul 11, 1944.  107 OTU RAF Aug 15, 1944.  1333 (TS)CU RAF Mar 1, 1945.  22 MU RAF Oct 24, 1946.
					Returned to USAAF and to Scottish Aviation May 9, 1947.  Registered G-AKPW with British Aviation
					Services Jan 17, 1948.  Registration cancelled Mar 3, 1948 on sale to Malayan
					Airways Ltd as VR-SCQ "QuAirlines" then reregistered Apr 1958 as VR-RCQ.  To 9M-ALQ Malaysian Airways 
					"QUAirlines" Jan 6, 1959. to 9V-BAO Malaysian-Singapore Airlines Jan 1, 1967.  To XW-TDA 
					Laos Air Charter Mar 17, 1967. Cambodian Air Commercial.  Shot down Oct  2, 1972 on approach To Kampot, Cambodia
				93780  (MSN 13730) w/o Oct 24, 1944 in landing accident at RAF Cottesmore, UK
				93781 (MSN 13731) to NEIAF as DT-981, callsign VH-RCZ
				93783 (MSN 13733) to USAAF Jun 27, 1944.  To RAF as Dakota III KG729 via RAF Montreal Jul 4, 1944.
					RAF UK Jul 9, 1944.  24 sqdn RAF Aug 14, 1944.  44 MU RAF Jun 18, 1946.  Relegated to ground
					instructional airframe with serial 6359M Jun 13, 1947.  Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				93784 (MSN 13734, 62nd TCG, 4th TCS) w/o Apr 12, 1945 when it was struck while parked by a
					landing B-17 44-6756.
				93785 (MSN 13735, 62nd TCG, 4th TCS) w/o Apr 12, 1945 when it was struck while parked by
					landing B-17 44-6756.
				93786 (MSN 13736) to Aaxico Air Lines as NC57673, next to Transair of New York.
				93787 (MSN 13737) to Turkish AF as 6063 under MDAP.
				93788 (MSN 13739) with 9th TCS, 20th AF, while parked at Isley Field,
					Saipan was seriously damaged by taxying C-46 44-78145 Dec 12, 1945.
					DBR and scrapped.
				93789 (MSN 13740) to Thailand Sep 21, 1970 as L2-34/13, converted to AC-47 JL2-39/13.
					W/o following crashlanding at Bangkok Feb 8, 1988.  Preserved at Don Muang 
					Airport, Thailand.
				93790 (MSN 13741) seen in 2007 on display at Ft Benning, GA, having been displayed there since at least Mar 1970.
				93791 (MSN 13742) assigned to Patterson Field, OH
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
					Langley Field, VA Aug 16, 1943 to Jan 4, 1951.  Assigned to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
					Parted out at McEntire ANGS Airport, Eastover, SC.
				93792 (MSN 13743) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-368, re-registered as OB-R-1151.
				93793 (MSN 13744) in 1947 to Transport Aero Militar Urugayo (TAMU) registered
					as CX-BJD (also carries serial T-508).  Current 2002.
				93794 (MSN 13745) delivered to USAAF Jun44; designated SC-47A; 4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron (Jungle Jim), 
					Eglin, FL (1961); re-designated HC-47A 22Oct62. w/o Jan 23, 1964 at unknown location.
				93795 (MSN 13746) to civil registry as NC55462.  To SAETA as C-1204, reregistered
					as HK-1204.  To Avianca Columbia.  To chitreana de Aviacion as HB-490.
					Scrapped at Paitilla-Marcos A. Galabert Airport, Panama City, Panama.
				93796 (MSN 13747) to RFC Nov 25, 1945
				93797 (MSN 13749) located at Forsvarets Flysamling at Gardermoen
					IAP near Oslo, Norway.  On exhibit with its old registration of BW-L
				93798 (61st TCG) MIA Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13507
				93799 (MSN 13751) to RFC Oct 31, 1945.
				93800 (MSN 13752) Redesignated VC-47A in 1984 and transferred to North Dakota ANG.  By 1987 was 
					at Museum of State Historical Society, Bismarck, ND, but nominally
					on charge of USAFM.  Also reported by 1993 to be at North Dakota ANG, Fargo, ND.  In 2012 was
					on display at Eagles Air Museum in Fargo, North Dakota.
				93801 (MSN 13753) missing Dec 29, 1945.
				93802 (MSN 13754) salvaged and reclamation completd Mar 9, 1948
				93803 (MSN 13755, 434th TCG) lost Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 10710
				93804 (MSN 13756) while attached to Air Attache office in Europe,
					crashed in Ethiopian wilderness Mar 20, 1947 40 km SSW of
					Dessie, Ethiopia while enroute from Asmara to Addis Abba.
					6 onboard killed, including the head of the CIG in Beirut
					(CIG became the CIA later in 1947)
				93805 (MSN 13757) to RFC Nov 18, 1945.  To TWA as NC88822.  To
					N565, N143JB, N2VM.  Retistration N2VM cancelled Jan 3, 2011.
				93806 (MSN 13759) to RFC Nov 18, 1945.  To NC86599,
					by 1954 was N53159 of Delta Airlines
				93807 (MSN 13760) WFU and stored MASDC, scrapped
				93808 (MSN 13761) to OY-AOB.  Broken up Kastrup, Copenhagen Dec 31, 1949
				93809 (MSN 13762) w/o Apr 9, 1952 at unknown location
				93810 (MSN 13763) salvaged Dec 31, 1945
				93811 (MSN 13764) to RFC Sep 21, 1945.  to PP-BRB of Linhas 
					Aereas Brasillerias, later PP-CDC of Cruzeiro,
					by 1955 was PP-SAD of Sercicos Aereos Cruziero do Sol
					w/o Oct 2, 1968.
				93812 (MSN 13765) converted to AC-47, assigned to 460th TRW, Tan Son Nhut,
					Vietnam.  To South Vietnam AF Jan 29, 1971.  To Khmer Air Force
					(Cambodia) Mar 1973.  Subsequent fate unknown.
				93813 (MSN 13766) to NEIAF as DT-989, callsign VH-RCG.  By 1955 was
					PK-DPI of Garuda Indonesian Airways NV
				93814 (MSN 13767) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To reclamatin, cannibalization, salvage or survey Aug 5, 1975
					from 56th Special Operations Wing at Udorn, Thailand.
				93815 (MSN 13769) to RFC Sep 21, 1945.  To CR-LBK.  Crashed
					Jul 18, 1950
				93816 (MSN 13770) to Mexican AF Sep 30, 1947
				93817 (MSN 13771) delivered to USAAF Jun44; 7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany; 
					7030th Combat Support Group, Ramstein, West Germany Feb58.  to VC-47A.  
					W/o Feb 15, 1958 Mount Vesuvius, Italy.  16 lost.
				93818 (MSN 13772) to VC-47A.  To civil registry as N86450.  To Spanish AF as T.3-43.  DBF at Malacan, Spain Jul 6, 1970
				93819 (MSN 13773) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  To PP-BRC with Linhas Aereas
					Brasillerias.  by 1954 was PP-ANK of Transportes Aereos Nacional Ltda.
					Crashed Sep 6, 1956 Pampulha, Belo Horizonte
				93820 (MSN 13774) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-372.
				93821 (MSN 13775) Salvaged Jul 5, 1945
				93822 (MSN 13776) to RFC Nov 18, 1945.  To NC18618 with Chicagoand
					Southwestern, by 1954 was PP-YPG of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
				93823 (MSN 13777) to RFC Nov 5, 1945.  To NC53210.  Crashed
					Jan 6, 1949 at Brandywine, IN
42-93824/93843		Boeing B-29A-1-BN Superfortress
				MSN 7231/7250.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				93824 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed 13Sep44 after loss of control 1 mile S of Clovis AAF, NM
				93825 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 11Apr44; arrived India 4May44.
					Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					Crashed on landing at Chengtu, China flying the Hump on a transport missiion May 7, 1944.  All crew survived,
					but aircraft badly damaged.  Surveyed at Chength Aug 31, 1944.
				93826 (Delivered to USAAF 29Feb44.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for CBI on 13Apr44
					Assigned to 468th Bomb Group 3May44
					(468th BG, 793rd BS) crashed into mountain 200 mi from Chengtu, China Jun 15, 1944 while on mission to steel
					works at Yawata Kyoto, Japan.  MACR 6601.  All 12 crew killed.
				93827 (TB-29A) Delivered to USAAF 4Mar44.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Cocksure’
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Damaged 18May44 due to mechanical failure at Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 2532nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					The aircraft took off from Randolph Field 12 June 1945 on a night training mission.  The airplane 
					crashed and burned 10 miles northeast of Randolph Field.  7 killed.
				93828 Delivered to USAAF 21Mar44.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 5Jul44
					Named ‘Monsoon Goon’.  Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS 15Dec44.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 30Nov49
				93829 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar44.  Assigned to 395th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Aug44.  Named ‘Cait Paornat’
					On August 20, 1944 the aircraft, flying from Hsinching, Chengdu, was damaged by anti-aircraft gunfire 
					during a raid on the Yawata Iron Works, Japan.  Due to the damage sustained, the crew elected to 
					divert to the Soviet Union. The aircraft crashed in the foothills of Sikhote Alin Range east of 
					Khabarovsk after the crew had bailed out.  MACR 7523.
					The crew was interned and allowed to escape into American-occupied Iran in January 1945.
					After being restored to airworthy condition by the Soviets and flown to Moscow, this aircraft was 
					dismantled and thoroughly analysed to provide information for their reverse-engineered Tu-4. 
					Later, the complete wing and engines were incorporated into the sole 
					prototype Tu-70 passenger transport.
				93830 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 6Jun44; arrived India 2Jul44.
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.  Named ‘Torrid Toby’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 2Mar49
				93831 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr44.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 3Sep44.  Named ‘Queenie’.  The aircraft made two 
					bomb runs on Bangkok without dropping bombs; 9/10 cloud cover prevented visual sighting of 
					the target. As ordered, the aircraft proceeded to the secondary target, rail yards in Rangoon, Burma.
					Crashed at Rangoon, Burma Dec 14, 1944 after damaged by bomb explosion from B-29 42-24726
					in midair while on mission to Bangkok, Thailand.  MACR 10377.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
				93832 Delivered to USAAF 15Apr44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed 10Nov44 25 miles NE of Clovis, NM
				93833 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr44.  Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49
				93834 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 241st Army Air Force Base Unit, Fairmont AAF, NE
					Accident 8Mar45 due to mechanical failure landing at Memphis Municipal Airport, TN
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Accident 6Sep45 due to mechanical failure taxying at Mountain Home AAF, ID
					Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 11Sep50
				93835 Delivered to USAAF 16May44.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					To GIA at Grand Island AAF, NB 7Mar45
				93836 Delivered to USAAF 18May44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 8Dec44 on the ground at Clovis AAF, NM
					Assigned to 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49 
				93837 Named ‘City of Miami Beach’.  Named ‘Ol’ Smoker’
					(330th BG, 459th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean Apr 12, 1945 after ran out of fuel while returning from
					mission to Koriyama, Japan.  4 crew killed, 7 survived and were rescued.
				93838 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun44.  Assigned to 244th Army Air Force Base Unit, Harvard AAF, NB
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Forced landing 13Feb45 due to engine failure at Pyote AAF, TX
					Surveyed at Pyote AAF, TX 1Apr45
				93839 MSN 7246.  Delivered to USAAF 10Jun44.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed landed 21Mar45 due to engine failure 10 miles NE of Clovis, NM
				93840 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun44.  Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49
				93841 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Dec49 
				93842 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun44
					Assigned to 242nd (Operational Training Unit, Very Heavy), 17th Bombardment Training Wing, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Flown by a crew of the 411th Bomb Squadron, 502nd Bomb Group
					On 26 January 1945, the crew took off to fly a simulated 3,000 mile mission to home base in Grand Island, NE.
 					The route was to a point 20 miles north of Jamaica then to the bombing range of Cayos Travieso where they 
					made two runs at 9,000 feet.   They then climbed to 20,000 feet by the time the aircraft reached Batista, 
					remaining at this altitude while camera bombing Havana, Key West, Miami, and Morrison.
 					Soon after leaving Morrison the airplane commander foresaw the approach of a weather front, so while 
					enroute to Jacksonville he climbed from 20,000 feet to 26,000 feet.
 					It was here also that he encountered severe head winds. By the time they reoriented themselves at 
					Birmingham there were at 19,000 feet. They then dropped down to 8,000 feet and were about 50 to 60 
					degrees North West of Kansas City when the co-pilot asked to see the readings on the fuel gauge. The fuel 
					appeared alarmingly low. About ten minutes later, number one and four engines stopped so power was 
					increased on number two and three engines. As they were flying over the undercast, the pilot asked the 
					co-pilot to tune in the Ft. Riley range. Homing on Ft. Riley necessitated taking
 					up a heading of 180 degrees. The pilot dropped from 8,000 feet to 2,000 feet; at 3,000 feet they broke 
					through the undercast. They spotted the range station and immediately thereafter number two engine cut out. 
					Full boost was given to number three engine but it would not support the plane. They attempted to put down 
					flaps, when a crash was inevitable, but the flaps did not appear to work. The crew had been notified by 
					the co-pilot twenty minutes prior to the crash to take up crash positions so that they were in their 
					proper places when the crash occurred 1 miles S of Ogden, KS. The airspeed on impact was estimated 
					at 100 miles per hour. The crash cost six lives.
				93843 Delivered to USAAF 8Jul44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Forced landing 7Oct44 due to mechanical failure at Grand Island AAF, NB
42-93844/93873		Boeing B-29A-5-BN Superfortress
				MSN 7251/7280.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				93844 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul44.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Anna Belle’
					Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49 
				93845 Delivered to USAAF 22Jul44.  Assigned to 4101st Army Air Force Base Unit, Fairfax AAF, KS
					Bailed to Pratt & Whitney at East Hartford, CT.  Modified as XB-44. First flight May45
					Used as an engine test -bed for the Pratt & Whitney R-4360 engine for the proposed B-29D which 
					eventually became the B-50A.  Reclaimed at Chanute AFB, IL 17May49 
				93846 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Spirit of FDR’
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Accident 9Nov44 landing at McCook AAF, NB
					Surveyed at McCook AAF, NB 10Nov44 
				93847 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul44.  Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 10May49 
				93848 To Continental Airlines Modification Center, Denver, CO. Departed 12Sep44
					Departed CONUS for CBI 23Nov44
					(462nd BG, 770th BS) shot down by fighter over Kyushu, Japan Nov 21, 1944 while on mission to aircraft 
					factory at Omura, Japan.  MACR 9964.  3 crew killed, 8 bailed out.  4 captured and became POW, 4 evaded a
					nd were rescued.
				93849 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug44.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Assigned to 58th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to Flight C, 1st Photo Reconnaissance Squadron (VH), CBI, 15Mar45.  Named ‘Under-Exposed’
					Damaged 15Apr45 due to weather.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 25Apr49
				93850 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug44.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 23Nov44
					Assigned to 3rd Photo Reconnaissance Squadron, 311th Photographic Wingto F-13A.  MACR 13755 dated 
					Apr 12, 1945 may refer to a crew loss due to combat damage, but the aircraft returned to base. 
					Survived the war. Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 10May49
				93851 Delivered to USAAF 7Aug44.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 311th Photographic Reconnaissance Wing
					With 311th PRW, 3rd PRS w/o on landing at Depot Field, Guam  Dec 19, 1944.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 10May49
				93852 Delivered to USAAF 11Aug44.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arrived Saipan 1Nov44
					Accident 6Jun45 taxying at Harmon Field, Guam
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 11th Photographic Reconnaissance Group
					Named ‘Tokyo Rose’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun49 .
				93853 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Named ‘Quan Yin Cha Ara’.
				93854 Delivered to USAAF 15Aug44. Modified to F-13A.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 7Oct44
					Assigned to Flight C, 1st Photo Reconnaissance Squadron (VH), CBI.  Named ‘Brooklyn Bessie IV’
					Lost over Port Arthur, Manchuria, Northern China Feb 2, 1945.  All crew bailed out and were rescued.  
					The plane crashed, exploded and burned in a village killing three Chinese farmers.
				93855 Delivered to USAAF 16Aug44.  Modified to F-13A.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Flight C, 1st Photo Reconnaissance Squadron (VH), CBI.  Named ‘Double Exposure’
					Damaged 15Apr45 due to weather
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 311th Photographic Reconnaissance Wing
					(311th PRW, 3rd PRS) crash landed and w/o near Agana, Guam May 23, 1945 on raid on Tokyo, Japan.
				93856 Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 11th Photographic Reconnaissance Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘Wee Miss America’
					Accident 25Oct45 when the aircraft ground looped at NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
				93857 Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkindi, India. Transferred to Tinian 5May45
					Named ‘Hellon Wings’.  Ditched April 12, 1945
				93858 Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Star Duster’
					Survived the war. Reclaimed
				93859 Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 6Dec44.  Named ‘Shag’n Home’
					Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Reclaimed
				93860 Not delivered to USAAF
					Ditched 19Aug44 during a Boeing test flight due to electrical failure and fire in Puget Sound, 
					one mile offshore of Redondo Beach, Seattle, WA.  The airframe was barged back to Renton, where it 
					was written off, and then it ended up at the B-29 School at Boeing Field. It was christened "The Seagull" 
					and utilized for training purposes by the students until the end of the war.
				93861 Delivered to USAAF 26Aug44
					Assigned to 4150th Electronics Experimental Squadron (ATSC), Boca Raton AAF, FL
					Crash landed 15Feb45 due to mechanical failure at Boca Raton AAF, FL
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93862 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug44.  Assigned to 356th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, McCook AAF, NB
					Modified to TB-29A.  Accident 9Apr45 due to mechanical failure taking off from McCook AAF, NB
					Surveyed at McCook AAF, NB 10Apr47
				93863 Delivered to USAAF 1Sep44.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron [sic], 73rd Bomb Wing
					Missing douring a sea search Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 14421
				93864 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived India 10Dec44
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India.
					Assigned to Flight C, 1st Photo Reconnaissance Squadron (VH), CBI. Transferred to Guam 1May45
					Named ‘Shutter-bug’.  Reclaimed
				93865 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to Flight C, 1st Photo Reconnaissance Squadron (VH), CBI. Transferred to Guam 1May45
					Named ‘Snoopin’ Kid’.  Reclaimed
				93866 Delivered to USAAF 13Sep44.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 73rd Bomb Wing
					Destroyed on ground at Saipan  7Dec44 by enemy aircraft. 
				93867 Delivered to USAAF 9Sep44.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 73rd Bomb Wing
					Ran out of fuel on return from mission and crashed into Pacific
					540 km N of Saipan, Marianas Islands Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10642.  11 KIA.
				93868 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 73rd Bomb Wing
				93869 Delivered to USAAF 16Sep44.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 311th Photographic Reconnaissance Wing
					With 311th PRW, 3rd PRS w/o in takeoff accident at Depot Field, Guam Apr 26, 1945
				93870 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 1505th Army Air Force Base Unit, Mather AAF, CA
					Crashed 21Dec44 due to engine failure during takeoff near Mather AAF, CA
					Assigned to 1st Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 311th Reconnaissance Wing
					Named ‘Valiant Lady’.  Reclaimed 
				93871 Delivered to USAAF 21Sep44.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Departed CONUS; arrived India 16Dec44
					Assigned to Flight C, 1st Photo Reconnaissance Squadron (VH), CBI. 
					With 444th BG, 678th BS crashed on takeoff at Dudhkundi Airfield, West Bengal, India Jan 7, 1945.
					Aircraft was destroyed.
				93872 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Reclaimed
				93873 Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, Piardoba, India
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived India 12Dec44.  Reclaimed 
42-93874/93923		Boeing B-29A-10-BN Superfortress
				MSN 7281/7330.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				93874 Modified to F-13A.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘South Sea Sinner’.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crash landed 18Apr45 due to fire 12 miles NE of Newman, NM
				93875 Delivered to USAAF 27Sep44.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Georgia Ann’.  Accident 1Jun45 taxying at South Field
					Declared war weary. Returned to CONUS – 38 missions.  Reclaimed at Keesler AFB, MS 22Jul49
				93876 Delivered to USAAF 27Sep44
					(500th BG, 881st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Feb 10, 1945 while on mission to
					Nakajima aircraft factory at Ota, Japan  MACR 12058.  All 11 crew killed.
				93877 Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India 13Jan45. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Named ‘Snooky’s Brats’.  Returned to CONUS. Reclaimed
				93878 Delivered to USAAF 30Sep44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group Jan45.  Named ‘Helles Belles’
					Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group Jan45.  Returned to CONUS – 22 missions
					Modified to TB-29A.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54. Reclaimed 15Feb57
				93879 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
				93880 Delivered to USAAF 5Oct44.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Duchess’.  Assigned to 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					Accident 20Feb52 taxying at Yokota AB, Japan
					Damaged 14Jun53 in a ground accident during taxying at Haneda AB, Tokyo, Japan
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
				93881 Delivered to USAAF 23Oct44.  (498th BG, 873rd BS) low on fuel and two engines out Apr 6, 1945.  No
					time to go around and landed on Tinian.  Ground looped over cliff.  Plane completely destroyed, crew OK.
				93882 Delivered to USAAF 9Oct44.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 13May54
				93883 Delivered to USAAF 9Oct44.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					MIA Apr 2, 1945 in attack on Nakajima aircraft plant in Tokyo.  MACR 13764
				93884 Delivered to USAAF 21Oct44.  Departed CONUS for CBI 15Dec44
					Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India. Transferred to Tinian
					Named ‘Urgin’ Virgin II’.  Reclaimed at Keesler AFB, MS 29May49
				93885 Delivered to USAAF 21Oct44.  Named ‘The Shrimper’
					(497th BG, 870th BS) ditched 90 mi N 	of Saipan from unknown cause May 14, 1945 while on mission to 
					North Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 15426.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued.  MACR has incorrect serial 
					number of 42-9385 which was a P-39N
				93886 Delivered to USAAF 27Oct44.  Departed McCook AAF, NB for PTO 20Jan45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Kristy Ann’
					Returned to CONUS 4Dec45 – 41 combat missions
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AFB, OK 28Jun50
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				93887 Delivered to USAAF 30Oct44.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Lady Annabelle’.  Reclaimed at Keesler AFB, MS 24Aug49
				93888 Delivered to USAAF 29Oct44.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 21Mar45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.   Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Tamerlane’.  Named ‘Mark of Zorro’
					Assigned to 554th Army Air Force Base Unit, 4th Ferrying Group, Memphis MAP, TN
					Damaged 24Aug45 in a collision on the ground at Keesler AAF, MS
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10May49
				93889 Delivered to USAAF 31Oct44.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL Nov44
					To Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK Nov44
					Assigned to 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS Nov44
					Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group Jan45.  Named ‘Frisco Nannie’
					Returned to CONUS Oct45 – 45 missions
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit, Victorville AAF, CA for storage Nov45
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA for storage Jul46
					Assigned to 4119th Army Air Force Base Unit, Brookley AAF, AL Mar47
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL Sep47
					Crash landed 29Oct48 due to engine failure at RAF Burtonwood, UK
					Assigned to 3700th Indoctrination Wing, Air Training Command, Lackland AFB TX May50 as a ground 
					instructional airframe
					Assigned to 3345th Technical Training Wing (ATC), Chanute AFB IL Oct50 as a ground instructional airframe
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Dec51
				93890 Delivered to USAAF 1Nov44
					(505th BG, 482nd BS) crashed into Pacific Ocean 3 mi W of Tinian on takeoff from North Field, Tinian 
					Aug 7, 1945.  All crew killed.
				93891 Delivered to USAAF 1Nov44.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93892 Delivered to USAAF 3Nov44.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS
					Accident 13Jan45 landing at Amarillo AAF, TX.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 4Feb45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Dragon Lady’
					Returned to CONUS 15Oct45 – 41 combat missions.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AFB, OK 28Jun50.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
				93893 Delivered to USAAF 4Nov44.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 27Jan45
					(9th BG, 1st BS) crashed from unknown cause in sea near Hashirimizu Kanagawa, Japan Apr 15, 1945 while on
					mission to Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14278.  10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				93894 Delivered to USAAF 7Nov44.  Assigned to 484th Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Lassy Too’.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Time-a-Wastin’’
					(505th BG, 484th BS) in takeoff accident at North Field, Tinian Jun 23, 1945 due to engine failure.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				93895 Delivered to USAAF 7Nov44
					Assigned to 17th Bomb Squadron, 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing, Fairmont AAF, NE
					Accident 26Jan45 taxying at Borinquen Field, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Mid air collision 17Aug45 with B-29 44-86276 during a bombing exercise at night 3 miles west of 
					Weatherford, TX. Two crew bailed out and survived. 
				93896 Delivered to USAAF 7Nov44.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 30Jann45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The B.A. Bird’
					Damaged 16Apr45 during a mission to Kawasaki due to thermals from a fire storm causing structural distortion
					Returned to CONUS 6Dec45 – 32 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 1May47.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93897 Delivered to USAAF 7Nov44.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 6Dec50
				93898 Delivered to USAAF 9Nov44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Lady Jean’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 4Jan51
				93899 Delivered to USAAF 9Nov44.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AAF, TX 11Sep45
				93900 Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Les’s Best’.  Reclaimed
				93901 Delivered to USAAF 11Nov44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Bit Fat Mama’.  Named ‘Patricia Lynn’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep45
				93902 Delivered to USAAF 13Nov44.  Named ‘Grand Slam’
					(6th BG, 40th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Tinian Mar 12, 1945.  All crew survived, but 
					aircraft was destroyed.
				93903 Delivered to USAAF 14Nov44.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 31st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Sat derelict at Kadena until rebuilt to bring squadron up to strength.  Returning from flight 
					Jun 16, 1950 landing gear would not lower and crew bailed out and aircraft was shot down by USAF F-80
					over East China Sea.
				93904 Delivered to USAAF 8Dec44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 23Feb45 taxying at Alamogordo AAF, NM.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93905 Delivered to USAAF 7Dec44.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					(29th BG, 43rd BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Shimo-Mistugao Chiba, Japan Mar 10, 1945 in raid on 
					Tokyo.  MACR 12972.  10 crew KIA, 2 bailed out and became POW but burned to death in Tokyo Army Prison fire.
				93906 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44.  Damaged 4Apr45 due to mechanical failure at North Field, Tinian
					Named ‘Ernie Pyle’s Milk Run’.  Named ‘Uncle Sam’s Milk Run’	Aircraft was originally 
					named "Ernie Pyle's Milk Run" in reference to the reporter's statement that bombing missions in the 
					Pacific were 'milk runs' compared to missions in Europe. After Pyle's death on April 17, 1945 the 
					crew decided to change the name and painted over the original.
					(6th BG, 24th BS) crashlanded at North Field, Iwo Jima May 23, 1945 while returning from mission to Tokyo.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.  The crash wounded the pilot and one gunner. The 
					Co-Pilot had been seriously wounded in Japanese fighter attacks and died in hospital
				93907 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44
					(505th BG, 484th BS) crashed Sept 7, 1945, 2 miles ENE of North Field.  MACR 14909.  The aircraft had a 
					crew of 11 with 3 passengers; it suffered a mechanical failure flying from Tinian to Fukuoka, Japan to 
					drop supplies for the POW camp. Eight crew survived the crash and one body was recovered. 
					Condemned at Tinian, 10Sep45
				93908 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Cedar Rapids, IO’.  Named ‘Battlin Bulldozer’ Named in honor of the SeaBees
					(330th BG, 458th BS) in taxiing accident at North Field, Guam Aug 2, 1945.  All crew survived.  Aircraft badly
					damaged.  Named ‘Ida Lou’.  Renamed after VJ Day.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93909 Delivered to USAAF 24Dec44.  Assigned to 7th Ferrying Group, Boeing Field, Seattle, WA
					Accident 24Nov44 taxying at Lowry AAF, CO.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Mission to Albuquerque II’.  Salvaged at Victorville AFB, CA 17Jun49
				93910 Delivered to USAAF 24Dec44.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 330th Bomb Group. Reclaimed at Chanute AFB, IL 10May49
				93911 Delivered to USAAF 24Dec44.  Named ‘Trigger Mortis’
					(6th BG, 39th BS) hit by AAA over Shimonoseki Straits, Japan Mar 27, 1945 while on mine sowing mission.  
					Able to return to base.  All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.  Assigned to 358th Air Service Group, 
					505th Bomb Group for the transport of parts and personnel and retired from combat.
					Returned to CONUS 14Aug45.  Reclaimed at Keesler AFB, MS 13Mar50
				93912 Delivered to USAAF 26Nov44.  Modified to F-13A.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Glendale’.  Named ‘Motley Crew’
					Crashed Aug 23, 1945 at Harmon Field, Guam while on training mission.  4 of 5 killed.
				93913 Delivered to USAAF 28Nov44.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Accident 18Jan45 at the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Denver’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93914 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
				93915 Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 6Feb45.  Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS 4Dec45 – 34 combat missions.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA
				93916 Delivered to USAAF 28Nov44.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of New York’.  Named ‘Purple Shaft’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93917 Delivered to USAAF 30Nov44.  Assigned to 19th BG, 93rd BS at North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Memphis’. Named ‘Idiots Delight’.  Named ‘Baby Gail’.  Named ‘Nip On Ese Nipper’
					Named ‘Character Carriage’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 22Jun49
				93918 Delivered to USAAF 29Nov44.  ("City of Pipestone") assigned to 29th BG, 43rd BS and completed 35 missions against
					Japan.  Named ‘City of Pipestone’.  Named ‘Jolly Bettie’.  Reclaimed at Keesler AFB, MS 2Feb50
				93919 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed
				93920 Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam, Feb45
					Named ‘City of Saint Lewis’.  Named ‘Easy’s Aces’.  Named ‘City of Michigan City’. Named ‘Oily Boid II’
					On its third mission, the aircraft hit clear air turbulence and damaged both wings. Removed from combat missions.
					Assigned to 4th Ferrying Group, Nashville AAF, TN.  Accident 18Jan45 taxying at Nashville AAF, TN
					Reclaimed
				93921 Delivered to USAAF 4Dec44.  Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Mid air collision 23Sep47 over Wright AAF, OH
					Used at Wright Field to test feasibility of towing a P-80 to increase the fighter's range.
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Sheppard AFB, TX 8Jul54
				93922 Delivered to USAAF 2Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					On April 24, 1945 the aircraft was scheduled for a routine cross country navigational training flight 
					from MacDill Field, Florida west to a point over the Gulf of Mexico, 
					then east to Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico. Aboard was the normal crew of eleven plus a Pilot Instructor 
					and a Radio Instructor. The clouds en-route were forecast to be 5/10 cumulus. They departed MacDill heading 
					west. At 10,000’ a slight oil leak was observed in the #3 engine; the propeller on that engine ran away, 
					the oil leak became more noticeable, and smoke was reported from the engine. Attempts to feather the 
					propeller failed and the engine erupted in flames. With 4000 gallons 
					of aviation fuel in the wing tank the fire was very serious. Both fire extinguishers were used without 
					any effect. A minute later the crew was ordered  to bail out. But no one acknowledged from the rear of 
					the plane. The pilot brought the plane down to 7300 feet and the crew began to bail out. Apparently 
					the five men in the rear compartment of the plane never heard the “Bail out” order or could not escape 
					and remained aboard the plane when it crashed into the Gulf. The wreckage of the plane was never located. 
					Two survivors plus one body from the B-29 were taken to Key West Naval Hospital. The other ten B-29 crew 
					members were never found.
				93923 Delivered to USAAF 4Dec44.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Detroit’/  Named ‘City of Ada’ renamed.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Sep50
42-93924/93973		Boeing B-29A-15-BN Superfortress
				MSN 7331/7380.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				93924 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec44.  Transferred to US Navy 26Apr54
				93925 Delivered to USAAF 5Dec44.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Arcadia’.  Named ‘No Balls Atoll’
					In taxiing accident at North Field, Guam Jun 26, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly
					damaged.  Repaired and flew further combat missions to Japan
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					Crash landed 5Apr53 at Hickam AB, HI.  Reclaimed Hickam AFB, HI 24Jul54
				93926 Delivered to USAAF 6Dec44.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 10Feb45.  Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Damaged 16Apr45 during a mission to Kawasaki when thermals from a fire storm caused structural damage 
					and ripped off the bomb bay doors. Declared war weary.
					Returned to CONUS 14Jun45 – 5 combat missions
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ 1Jan48
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Jun50
				93927 (Delivered to USAAF 6Dec44
					(29th BG, 43rd BS) in landing accident at North Field, Guam Apr 28, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly
					damaged.  SOC 12Jun45
				93928 Delivered to USAAF 5Dec44.  Named ‘City of Hartford’
					(29th BG, 43rd BS) crashed after takeoff 4 mi E of Pati Point, Guam Jun 15, 1945 on mission to Osaka.  
					MACR 14625.  All 11 crew killed.
				93929 Delivered to USAAF 4Dec44.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				93930 Delivered to USAAF 10Dec44.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				93931 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Amarillo AAF, TX 31May46
				93932 Delivered to USAAF 11Dec44.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 19Aug54
				93933 Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 13Apr45 taxying at Topeka AAF, KS
					Crashed landed 21Mar45 due to engine failure 10 miles NE of Clovis, NM
					Crashed landed 6Sep45 due to engine failure 7 miles NW of Clovis, NM
				93934 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec44.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				93935 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Bedford’.  Named ‘Shillelagh Highman’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Aug54
				93936 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Damaged 22Aug45 taxying at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				93937 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Miami Beach’
					Ditched 12Apr45
				93938 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44.  Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				93939 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Take it Off’
					Named ‘Little Giant’
					Shot down by night fighters near Shimonoseki Straits Jul 9, 1945 while on mining mission.  
					It crashed in the sea off the coast of Moji City, Fukuoka Prefecture; 11 KIA, 1 POW/Executed.
				93940 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 12May45 due to mechanical failure landing at MacDill AAF, FL
					Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 29Oct50
				93941 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				93942 Delivered to USAAF 23Dec44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 7Feb45 due to mechanical failure at the gunnery range, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Assigned to 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Reclaimed at Pyote AAF, TX 19Aug54
				93943 Delivered to USAAF 2Jan45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Portsmouth’.  Named ‘Beats Me’.  Named ‘City of Springfield’.  Named ‘Janie’
					Accident 4Apr45 taxying at North Field, Guam.  Reclaimed at Pyote AAF, TX 19Aug54
				93944 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec44.  Named ‘Mighty Fine’
					(498th BG, 873rd BS) in taxiing accident at Isley Field, Saipan before takeoff Jul 9, 1945.  All crew survived,
					aircraft badly damaged.  Salvaged at Guam Air Depot July 15, 1945.
				93945 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Bombs shook loose in storm 5/16/1945.  Repaired
					and returned to US as war-weary.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 5Jan50
				93946 Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Speedwing Blu’.  To Class 26 17Jun54
				93947 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec44.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘The Janice E’. Returned to CONUS – 41 missions.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				93948 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Force landed 18Mar45 due to mechanical failure at MacDill AAF, FL
					Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 29Oct50
				93949 Delivered to USAAF 29Dec44.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May45
				93950 Departed Mather AAF, CA for Marianas 1Mar45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Accident 3Apr45 taxying at Depot Field, Guam.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 2Nov45
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit, Victorville AAF, CA
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AFB, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 28Jun50
				93951 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lucky ‘Leven’
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Damaged 27Apr45 in a ground collision at Kirtland AAF, NM.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 15Sep54
				93952 Delivered to USAAF 1Jan45
					In landing accident 3 mi from Honolulu, Hawaii Feb 17, 1945 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived.
					Aircraft badly damaged, Reclaimed at Hickam AFB, HI 4Nov48
				93953 Delivered to USAAF 1Jan45
					(29th BG, 6th BS) shot down by enemy fighters and crashed in Sea of Japan May 5, 1945 in mission to 
					Tachiarai airfield at Kyushu, Japan.  MACR 14364.  All 11 crew killed.
				93954 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Portsmouth’.  Named ‘Beats Me Too’.  Reclaimed at Seattle, WA 31Mar50
				93955 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Named ‘City of Cedar Rapids, MI’.  Named ‘Colleen’
					(330th BG, 458th BS) crashed North Field, Guam, June 22, 1945 during landing attempt due to engine failure
					and bad weather.  The mission was to Tamashima. MACR 14915.  Aircraft stalled and went over cliff edge.  
					10 crew killed, one survived.
				93956 Delivered to USAAF 1Jan45.  Departed CONUS for PTO 8Mar45/  Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Lucky ‘Leven’.  Returned to CONUS 30Oct45 – 37 combat missions
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May45
					93957 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Duluth’		Named after the Captain’s hometown
					Named ‘She Wolf’		Named after a cartoon series in the Walker Army Air Field newspaper when the 
					crew were training in Kansas.
					Named ‘City of Lynchburg’.  Named ‘Don’t Worry About a Thing’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				93958 Delivered to USAAF 3Jan45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 484th Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group
					Ditched due to engine failure 5 mi E of North Field, Tinian Island Sep 4, 1945.  MACR 14764.  Fate of crew unknown.
				93959 Delivered to USAAF 5Jan45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group. 
					Named ‘Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				93960 Delivered to USAAF 6Jan45.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				93961 Delivered to USAAF 7Jan45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Aberdeen’
					This was known as a "Lucky Plane". A 314th BW record of 30 missions, no aborts, no secondary targets, 
					no casualties and 5 fighters downed.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Aug54\
				93962 Delivered to USAAF 7Jan45. Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 27Mar45
					(9th BG, 99th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Ota-Cho Yokohama, Japan Apr 15, 1945 while on mission
					to Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14276.  9 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				93963 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				93964 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Rock Island’.  Named ‘Babies Buggy’.  Accident 7Jun45 taking off at North Field, Guam
					The aircraft was shot up so badly that the crew had to put it down on Iwo Jima and it got stripped 
					for parts and the rest was dumped in the ocean
				93965 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group, 58th Bomb Wing
					With HQ of 314th BG crashlanded and w/o at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 10, 1945.
				93966 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Guam 29MAr45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Pensacola’.  Named ‘Eight Ball’
					Salvaged at Guam 10Sep45
				93967 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Lansford’.  Named ‘Dark Slide’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘Wet Bulb Willy’
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to American Legion Post 38, Cordele, GA
					Preserved and on display at the American Legion Post, Cordele, GA 1973-85
					On display at Georgia Veterans State Park, Cordele, Georgia since 1993
				93968 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS 
					Damaged by fire 23Mar45 10 miles W of Herington AAF, KS.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 2Jan54 due to structural failure 25 miles W of Biggs AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Sep54
				93969 Delivered to USAAF 13Jan45
					(330th BG,457th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed into Tokyo Bay May 24, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  
					MACR 14492.  All 12 crew KIA.
				93970 Delivered to USAAF 13Jan45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of West Palm Beach’.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				93971 Delivered to USAAF 14Jan45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Council Bluffs’.  Named ‘The Germ’.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘South Sea Sinner’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Feb57 
				93972 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Transferred to US Navy 12Mar54
				93973 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 9Jul45 taxying at Alamogordo AAF, NM.  Reclaimed at Alamogordo AFB, TX 24Oct45 
42-93974/94023		Boeing B-29A-20-BN Superfortress
				MSN 7381/7430.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				93974 Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 29Mar45.  Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of El Paso’.  Named ‘Rainbow’s End’.  Named ‘The Uninvited’.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan.  Named ‘Bigham’
					(98th BW, 343rd BS) shot down by AAA near Chongju while on leaflet dropping mission, crew bailed
					out Nov 9, 1951.  All crew survived, but the captain was taken POW, the others were rescued
					by friendly forces.
				93975 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan45.  Departed CONUS for Guam 5Apr45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Santa Fe’
					Named ‘Four Aces & Her Majesty’.  Named ‘City of Virginia Beach’.  Named ‘Piece of Meanness’
					Returned to CONUS 3Nov45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 30Aug54 
				93976 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan45.  To Continental Airlines Modification Center, Denver, CO Jan45
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS Feb45.  Departed CONUS for PTO 15Apr45
					Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Red Bank’.  Named ‘The Happy Savage’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Assigned to 306th Bomb Wing, MacDill AFB, FL 3Sep48
					To Air Material Command at Robins AFB, GA for refit prior to being loaned to the RAF
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF440. May 3, 1950.  Assigned to Washington Conversion Unit, RAF Marham; code FB-Q
					To Scottish Aviation, Prestwick, Scotland for Maintenance and Storage 5Jul51
					Returned to USAF Mar 22, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				93977 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Accident 18May45 due to mechanical failure taking off at Biggs AAF, TX
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				93978 Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Jacksonville’.  Named ‘Miss Take’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Accident 28Oct51 landing at McClellan AFB, CA
					Used for fire practice at McClellan AFB, CA
				93979 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 1Apr45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Slim’		[when assigned to crew 44]
					Damaged during mission 11, night of 25/26May45 during Tokyo raid. The aircraft was returned to 
					operational service.  Named ‘City of Virginia’ [when assigned to crew 60]
					Named ‘Burnin’ Desire’ [when assigned to crew 60].  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				93980 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan45  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of St Petersburg’
					Named ‘My Gal’. Named ‘City of Williamsport’.  Named ‘Miss Annabelle’.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					To Sacramento Air Depot, McClellan AFB, CA.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Damaged 13Sep53 in flight by weather.  Damaged 18Mar54 on the ground at Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 30Aug54
				93981 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				93982 Delivered to USAAF 22Jan45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Fort Worth’.  Aircraft utilized to deliver photograph of atom bomb drop to the White House, 
					Washington, DC.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. 
					Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Named ‘Island Queen’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				93983 Delivered to USAAF 27Jan45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May45
				93984 Delivered to USAAF 22Jan45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Lassie Too!’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				93985 Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Transferred to US Navy 8Apr54
				93986 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 11Mar45 due to mechanical failure taking off at Kirtland AAF, NM
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				93987 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 3Nov54
				93988 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Crash landed 24Jun45 due to engine failure at 8 miles NW of Tucson, AZ
				93989 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Cincinnati’.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Asheville’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Assigned to 49th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Chatham AFB, GA
					Forced landing 13Sep49 due to engine failure at Chatham AFB, GA.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				93990 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				93991 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				93992 Modified to F-13A.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Don’t Worry About a Thing’.  Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945
					by crashing B-29 42-24913. Assigned to 1st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, Photographic, Topeka AFB, KS
					Accident 23Apr49 taxying at Mitchel AFB, NY
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Accident 24Jan51 due to mechanical failure during takeoff at Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 21Jan52 due to engine failure taking off at Yokota AB, Japan.  Named ‘Where Next?’
					Named ‘Flack Shack’
				93993 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Reclaimed at Eglin AFB, FL 17Feb55
				93994 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Crashed 4Jul45 due to engine failure into a swamp, south of Barksdale AAF and about one mile south 
					of Sligo, Louisiana
				93995 Delivered to USAAF 28Jan45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Departed CONUS 11Apr45; arrived PTO.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Osceola’.  Named ‘Behrens’ Brood’
					Crashed after crew bailed out at Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945 due to flak damage during mission
					to Osaka, Japan.  One crewman was killed by flak hit, 10 bailed out and survived.  Aircraft had to be shot down
					by US P-61 fighter.
				93996 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Richmond’.  Named ‘Rebels Roost’.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of College Park’.  Named ‘Vivacious Lady’.  Abandoned 50 miles from Guam due to fuel starvation.
				93997 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				93998 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				93999 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Named ‘Filthy Fay II’
					(498th BG, 874th BS) hit by AAA Apr 1, 1945 on mission to Mushashino Aircraft
					Factory in Tokyo and crashed at Atago Mountain Nishitama Tokyo, Japan.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and
					became POW. MACR 13762
				94000 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  To Continental Airlines Modification Center, Denver, CO Feb45
					Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Accident 30Oct45 taxying at Nashville Municipal Airport, TN
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					To San Antonio Air Materiel Center, Kelly AAF
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Tiger Lil’.  Accident 23Mar53 due to structural failure at Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 11Mar54 due to mechanical failure taking off at Yokota AB, Japan
					Lost Nov 7, 1954.  Cold War shoot down.  (after Korean War truce was signed) the aircraft was shot 
					down over the Sea of Japan by two Russian MiGs while on a routine photographic mapping mission.  
					After the aircraft caught fire, the eleven-man crew bailed out.  All but one survived.  The aircraft 
					crashed on the island of Hokkaido, 10 miles east of the town of Kenebetsu.  It descended into an 
					area at Nemuro, Japan and crashed into an unoccupied house.
				94001 Delivered to USAAF 2Feb45.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Returned to CONUS – 30 missions.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				94002 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Named ‘Hammer of Thor’
					(504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause in Pacific May 25, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo, Japan.  
					MACR 14501. Crashed 25May45 off the coast of Urayasu Town, Katsushika County, Chiba Prefecture.
 					All 11 crew killed.
				94003 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Chicago’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				94004 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Assigned to 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				94005 Delivered to USAAF 2Feb45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Transferred to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				94006 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Rusty Dusty’.  Returned to CONUS – 11 missions.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				94007 Delivered to USAAF 2Feb45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 16Mar45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Big Dick’
					To Clark Field Mar46. Reclaimed at Clark Field, Philippines 22Sep47
				94008 Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed
				94009 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				94010 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 22Mar45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Indiana II’
					Returned to CONUS 29Oct45 – 34 combat missions.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group
					Named ‘112 Seabees’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Aug54
				94011 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base 
					Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM.  Crash landed 27Apr45 due to engine failure 5 miles S of Isleta, NM
					Surveyed at Kirtland AAF, NM 8May45
				94012 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45
					Assigned to 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				94013 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Named ‘Boeings Boner’.  Named ‘City of Hollywood’
					(29th BG, 6th BS) lost May 14, 1945 during return from mission to Nagoya.  Crash landed 14May45 
					when the aircraft lost an engine during the takeoff and was returning to land at North Field, Guam
				94014 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Little Butch’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 11Sep50
				94015 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				94016 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Jersey City’.  Named ‘McNamara’s Band’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 5Jan50
				94017 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				94018 Delivered to USAAF 7Feb45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Crash landed 29Apr45 due to engine failure 15 miles SE of Tucson, AZ
				94019 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				94020 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				94021 MSN 7428.  Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Crashed into ocean 9 mi off Guam Island while on ferry flight from Kwajalein Apr 16, 1945.  All crew killed.
				94022 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Old Double Deuce’
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Named ‘Skivvy Girl’.  Named ‘Maya’s Dragon’.  Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 26Aug54
					Damaged 15Sep54 due to structural failure at Yokota AB, Japan
				94023 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Lindsey’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
42-94024/94073		Boeing B-29A-25-BN Superfortress
				MSN 7431/7480.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				94024 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Clayton’.  Named ‘Our Baby’,  Returned to CONUS 31Oct45
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54
				94025 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 22Mar45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Judy Ann’
					Named ‘Heavenly Flower’.  Named ‘Little Evil’.  Returned to CONUS 21Mar46 – 35 combat missions
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				94026 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘Sound and Fury’.  Named ‘City of University City’ renamed.  Named ‘City of Rock Hill’ renamed	
					(19th BG) ditched after ran out of fuel off Iwo Jima Apr 24, 1945 while returning from mission to 
					North Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14312.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued.
				94027 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ruthless’
					Returned to CONUS – 30 missions. Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				94028 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 
					Combat damage 6Jul45 by flak at Kofu, Japan
				94029 Delivered to USAAF 13Feb45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Kankakee’.  Named ‘Lucky Strike’
					Crash landed 4Nov45 at Johnston Island, Johnston Atoll, Pacific. Reclaimed 24Jan47
				94030 Delivered to USAAF 12Feb45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lucky Strikes’
					Survived the war.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				94031 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Departed Topeka AAF, KS for Guam 14Apr45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Toledo’.  Named ‘One Weakness’
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				94032 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of San Jose’.  Named ‘City of St Petersburg’.  Named ‘My Gal II’
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 24Jul50 due to mechanical failure 30 miles W of Alexander City, AL
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged 1Nov54 due to mechanical failure at Honolulu International Airport, HI
					Retired to MASDC Nov 4, 1954, last B-29 bomber to be retired.
					42-94032 was Strategic Air Command's last B-29 bomber retired to the aircraft storage facility at 
					Davis-Monthan AFB.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Feb57. 
				94033 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54
				94034 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Named ‘City of Springfield’
					(29th BG, 6th BS) crashed off coast of Enoshima Island, Japan Apr 16, 1945 in mission to Kawasaki.  MACR 14271.
					8 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				94035 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29A
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Feb57
				94036 Not delivered to USAAF.  Written off 16Feb45 in a landing accident at Boeing Field, WA
				94037 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Hershey’.  Named ‘The Wilful Witch’.  Accident 21Jul45 taxying at North Field, Guam
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				94038 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA.  Named ‘Miss Manuki’
					Damaged 19Jun51 due to mechanical failure at March AFB, CA.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Feb57 
				94039 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45.  Departed CONUS for Guam; arrived 27Apr45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘City of Atlanta’
					(314th BW) hit by flak on mission to Yokohama May 29, 1945 and crashed
					into sea on return flight.  All 11 crew KIA.  MACR 14538.
				94040 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45.  Named ‘City of Rochester’.  Named ‘Feather Merchants’
					(330th BG, 459th BS) collided with B-29A 42-94044 in midair 100 mi N of Iwo Jima Jul 5, 1945.  Able to land
					and all crew survived.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 1604th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Damaged 25Jul50 due to weather 30 miles SE of Wichita Falls, KS
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 2Sep54 
				94041 MSN 7448.  Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 14Apr45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Umbriago II’
					Assigned to 680th Bomb Squadron, 504th Bomb Group Jun45
					Hit by AAA over Shimonoseki Straits Jul 27, 1945 and crashed in Inland Sea while on 
					mining mission.  MACR 14797.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and were rescued by 
					US Navy aircraft.
				94042 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Maya’s Dragon’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Aug54 
				94043 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 27Jan45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Passion Wagon’
					Returned to CONUS 6Jun46 – 32 missions
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 6Apr49
				94044 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 20Apr45.  Named ‘City of Athens’
					Named ‘Ole Forty and Eight II’	The nickname, "Ole Forty and Eight II", came from the crew number and the 
					old WWI box cars in France which were suitable for forty men or eight horses. The 'II' was 
					because the original B-29 got so shot up on its first mission that it was moved to Harmon Field, 
					decommissioned, and cannibalized.
					(39th BG, 62nd BS) collided with B-29A 42-94040 in midair 100 mi N of Iwo Jima.  Able to land and all
					crew survived.  The aircraft was repaired and returned to service.
					Returned to CONUS 4Nov45.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				94045 Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 11Apr45.  Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of St. Louis Park’.  Named ‘Liberty Belle II’.  Returned to CONUS 4Nov45
					Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL.  Combat damage 12Apr51
					Shot down by MiG-15 from 523rd IAP of Soviet AF near Namsi airfield Oct 23, 1951.  The aircraft was 
					found on 29Oct51. Of the crew, three were killed, three were taken PoW and seven are MIA.
				94046 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				94047 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Named ‘City of Jamestown’.  Named ‘Throbbing Monster’
					Accident 2Sep45 at North Field, Guam.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 1Sep54
				94048 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 16Sep48 due to friendly fire at Range 52, Eglin AFB, FL
					Accident 23Oct48 due to engine failure during takeoff at Biggs AFB, TX 
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Wyton, England Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11Feb57 
				94049 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Ramblin’ Roscoe II’.  Returned to CONUS – 37 missions
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Wyton, England Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11Feb57			
				94050 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb45.  Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Mammy Yokum’
					Ditched 90 miles from Japanese coast on Tokyo raid 26May45. Five crew KIA, 6 crew rescued.  MACR 14525
				94051 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Lost 14May45 on mission to Nagoya, Japan
				94052 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb45.  To Continental Airlines Modification Center, Denver, CO Feb45
					Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB 30Mar45
					Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 1Apr45
					Departed CONUS 7Apr45 arriving PTO 11Apr45.  Named ‘City of Terre Haute’.  Named ‘Star Dust’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45 – 32 missions
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit, Victorville AAF, CA for storage
					Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS 18Oct48
					Assigned to 4121st Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AFB, TX 1Aug49
					To Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Robins AFB, GA 19Apr50 for refit prior to being loaned to the RAF
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF444 Jun 28, 1950 and assigned to 115 Squadron.  Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953.  
					Assigned to Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah
				94053 MSN 7460.  Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Guam 10Apr45.  Named ‘Queen Cathy’
					(39th BG, 60th BS) took off for raid on Tahcikawa, Japan but developed engine problem and aborted and 
					force landed at North Field, Guam May 19, 1945. Aircraft careened off the runway and was destroyed by fire.  
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.  Tail gunner later died of injuries.
				94054 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
				94055 Delivered to USAAF 22Feb45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Aug54 
				94056 Delivered to USAAF 22Feb45
				(504th BG) crashed from unknown cause at Oikawa Chiba, Japan May 29, 1945 while on mission to Yokohama, Japan.  
					MACR 14541.  11 crew bailed out and became POW.
				94057 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb45.  Assigned to 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Aug54 
				94058 Delivered to USAAF 21Feb45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 19Apr45
					Named ‘Fortune’s Follies II’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94059 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Farmington’.  Named ‘Lonesome Polecat’.  Returned to CONUS – 28 missions
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 11Jul50 
				94060 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45
					(19th BG, 30th BS) crashed from unknown cause on Mount Topatchau, Saipan May 5, 1945.  All 11 crew killed, 
					aircraft was destroyed.
				94061 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Kansas City’.  Named ‘The Fire Bug’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94062 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Chattanooga’.  Named ‘Pluto’.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Combat damage 12Apr51.  Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 4Mar52 taxying at NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
					Crash landed 12Jul52 due to mechanical failure at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
				94063 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘The Wolf Pack’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94064 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				94065 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed 14May45 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 9 miles SW of Clovis, NM
				94066 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Dennison’.  Named ‘Renton’s Wreck’.  To GIA at Kirtland AFB, NM 22Mar53
				94067 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 28Apr45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Starduster’
					Returned to CONUS 5Dec46 – 28 combat missions.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54 
				94068 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15May53 
				94069 Delivered to USAAF 2Mar45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				94070 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94071 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Evanston’  Named ‘City of Gainsville’ [Renamed by new crew].  Named ‘Feather Merchants’
					Returned to CONUS 31Oct45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11Feb57
				94072 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Departed Mather AAF, KS for Marianas 26Apr45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 30Oct45
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL. Transferred to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					crashed into E. China Sea 5 mi off Okinawa Sep 8, 1950.
				94073 Delivered to USAAF 1Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
42-94074/94123		Boeing B-29A-30-BN Superfortress
				MSN 7481/7530.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				94074 Delivered to USAAF 1Mar45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Crashed 20Jul45 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 14 miles W of Taylor, TX
				94075 Delivered to USAAF 3Mar45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				94076 Delivered to USAAF 3Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 328th Army Air Force Base Unit, Gulfport AAF, MS
					Accident 13Jul45 landing at Gulfport AAF, MS
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54 
				94077 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Destroyed 11May45 when the aircraft experienced engine failures and crashed during landing. Nine crew KIA.
				94078 Delivered to USAAF 2Mar45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94079 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45
					(39th BG, 61st BS) crashed from unknown cause at a farm at Makida Village, Chiba, Japan May 26, 1945 while on
					mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14511.  All 10 crew killed.
				94080 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 328th Army Air Force Base Unit, Gulfport AAF, MS
					Damaged 28Jul45 at Gulfport AAF, MS.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
				94081 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Assigned to 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Crashed 7Jun50 in the North Sea 20 miles east of Cromer, England.  The aircraft took off from RAF 
					Sculthorpe, England for an air test and routine gunnery exercise over the North Sea. A burst of gunfire 
					from the forward upper gun turret hit No 4 engine which caught fire. The pilot was unable to maintain 
					control and ordered the crew to bail out. Eight crew jumped but three remained when the aircraft 
					ditched; seven crew perished in the accident
				94082 Delivered to USAAF 6Mar45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94083 Delivered to USAAF 6Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94084 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Accident 29Jul45 due to mechanical failure landing at Barksdale AAF, LA
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94085 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94086 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94087 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94088 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94089 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54 
				94090 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Accident 16Apr45 taxying at Birmingham Modification Center, AL
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94091 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				94092 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
				94093 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Sep50 
				94094 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Squadron.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				94095 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group.  Transferred to US Navy 27Apr54
				94096 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94097 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94098 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Crashed from unknown cause in woods at Yokoyama Village, Fukuoka, Japan Jul 27, 1945 while on mission to
					Omuta, Japan.  MACR 14798.  1 crew killed, 9 bailed out.  1 murdered by villagers when he landed, 8 became POW 
					but were later executed.
				94099 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					MacDill AAF, FL.  Accident 9Jun45 due to engine failure at MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 31Aug45 taxying at MacDill AAF, FL.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 21Jul54 
				94100 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				94101 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 	
				94102 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				94103 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94104 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94105 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Crash landed 12Oct45 at Barksdale AAF, LA.  Salvaged at Barksdale AAF, LA 29Oct45 
				94106 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Accident 4Jun45 taxying at Barksdale AAF, LA.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94107 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing
					Modified to TB-29A for radar evaluation.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 24Jun54 
					Assigned to 4713th Radar Evaluation Squadron, Griffiss AFB, NY 
					To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 23Jun59. Reclaimed 16Feb60 
				94108 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Squadron
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54 
				94109 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				94110 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94111 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 27Dec45 due to mechanical failure landing at Greater Pittsburg Airport, PA
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 29Oct50 
				94112 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94113 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 
				94114 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 3rd Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 311th Photographic Wing [sic]
					Redesignated  19Sep45 as the 3rd Reconnaissance Squadron, 311th Reconnaissance Wing
					Named ‘Wild Westy’s Wabbits’.  Lost from unknown cause Guam Island Jun 10, 1946.  MACR 15045. Fate of
					crew unknown.
				94115 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94116 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53 
				94117 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94118 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 324th Army Air Force Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					Forced landing 20Jun45 due to engine failure at Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94119 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 2Jun45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 30Nov45 – 14 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94120 Delivered to USAAF 21Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				94121 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				94122 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 876th Bomb Squadron, 383rd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS
					Force landed 18Jul45 due to engine failure at Walker AAF, KS
					Crash landed 11Aug45 due to engine failure 3 miles NW of Victoria, KS
				94123 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54 
42-94124		Beech UC-43D Traveller
				Civilian Model E-17B MSN 149 NC18038 impressed by USAAF. 
					W/o in accident Jan. 24, 1943 Fort Dix, NJ
42-94125		Waco UC-72L
				Civilian Model ZVN8 NC19399 MSN 5100 impressed by USAAF
42-94126		Waco UC-72J
				Civilian Model AVN8 NC17713 MSN 4625 impressed by USAAF
42-94127		Fairchild UC-61G Forwarder
				Civilian Model 24W-40 NC296Yimpressed by USAAF
42-94128		de Havilland DH.94 Moth Minor
			Acquired in Middle East by USAAF and was probably SU-ACP, which
				was former G-AFPJ (cn 94030) allocated May 12, 1939 and cancelled Nov 1941
				on sale as SU-ACP.  No USAAF designation assigned. 
42-94129		Waco UC-72H
				Civilian Model ZQC6 NC16220 MSN 4431 impressed by USAAF
42-94130		Stinson L-9B
				originally designated AT-19B.  Model 
				10-A commandeered by USAAF from civilian users.
42-94131		Waco UC-72H
				Civilian Model ZQC6 NC15709  MSN 4387 impressed by USAAF
42-94132		Waco UC-72
				Civilian Model SRE NC20964 impressed by USAAF
42-94133		Beech UC-43J Traveller
				Civilian Model C-17L MSN 105 NC16446 impressed by USAAF.
42-94134		Stinson UC-81M-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9EM NC3640 MSN 5269 impressed by USAAF
42-94135		Waco UC-72M
				Civilian Model ZKS7 NC20954 MSN 5221 impressed by USAAF
42-94136		Stinson L-9B
				originally designated AT-19B.  Model 
				10-A commandeered by USAAF from civilian users.
42-94137 		Beech UC-43H Traveller
				Civilian Model B-17R MSN 54 NC15411 impressed by USAAF.
42-94138		Waco UC-72H
				Civilian Model ZQC6 NC16244 MSN 4448 impressed by USAAF
42-94139		Fairchild UC-61E Forwarder
				Civilian Model 24K NC8459 impressed by USAAF
42-94140		Northrop C-100
				Northrop Model 2-D Gamma MSN 9 NC13758 commandeered by Army.
				Redesignated UC-100 in 1943.
42-94141		Waco UC-72K 
				Civilian Model YKS7 NC19353 MSN 4681 impressed by USAAF
42-94142		Fairchild UC-86
				Model 24R-40 NC25392 purchased from civilian owner
42-94143		Waco UC-72N
				Civilian Model YOC1 NC15248 MSN 4330 impressed by USAAF
42-94144/94145		Waco UC-72A
				Civilian model AREs impressed by USAAF.  
				94144 MSN 5055 was NC19365
				94145 was NC19382
42-94146		Waco UC-72E 
				Civilian Model ZGC7 MSN 4588 NC17748 impressed by USAAF
42-94147		Fairchild UC-61 Forwarder
				Civilian NC41844 impressed by USAAF
42-94148		Lockheed UC-101 
				Commercial Vega 5C MSN 210, NC14236 acquired from
				Don Marshall for use by Army Corps of Engineers Los
				Angeles District.  Sold back to Don Marshall as NC48610
				in 1944.  Destroyed in a crash at El Paso, Texas Jun 9, 1945.
42-94149/94548		Vultee A-35B-VN Vengeance 
				Serial numbers assigned for Lend-Lease. Few served with USAAF.
				94149 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD222.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94150 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD223.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				94151 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD224.  To Royal Navy Oct 3, 1945.  To Royal Naval Aircraft Repair
					Yard, and presumably subsequently scrapped.
				94152 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD225.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				94153 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD226
				94154 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD227  SOC Oct 19, 1944
				94155 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD228.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94156 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD229.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94157 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD230.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94158 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD231.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				94159 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD232.  DBR during bellylanding near Blachbhar after engine
					cut on ferry flight May 30, 1944
				94160 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD233.  SOC May 31, 1945
				94161 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD234.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				94162 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD235.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				94163 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD236.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94164 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD237.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94165 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD238.  Crashed on takeoff from Bairagarh, India Jul 29, 1944
				94166 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD239.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				94167 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD240.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94168 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD241.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				94169 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD242.  SOC Oct 15, 1946
				94170 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD243.  SOC Jun 26, 1945
				94171 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD244.  To RAAF as A27-564, no RAF service.  SOC May 16, 1946
				94172 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD245.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
				94173 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD246.  To Royal Navy Mar 5, 1945.  To repair yard same day,
					presumably subsequently scrapped.
				94174 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD247.  SOC Jun 7, 1947
				94175 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD248.  SOC Aug 30, 1945
				94176 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD249.  Wrecked when bellylanded at Lahore in bad weather
					during ferry flight Jul 6, 1945
				94177 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD250.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94178 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD251.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94179 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD252.  SOC Apr 12, 1946
				94180 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD253.  To RAAF as A27-566, not delivered to RAF.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94181 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD254.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				94182 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD255.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94183 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD256.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94184 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD257.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94185 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD258.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
				94186 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD259.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				94187 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD260.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94188 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD261.  To RAAF as A27-560, not delivered to RAF.  W/o May 2, 1945, Caqrrum
				94189 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD262.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94190 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD263. 
				94191 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD264.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				94192 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD265.  SOC Jul 19, 1945
				94193 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD266.  SOC Nov 3, 1946
				94194 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD267, not delivered.  To RAAF as A27-565.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94195 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD268.  SOC Aug 9, 1945
				94196 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD269.  SOC Feb 21, 1947.
				94197 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD270.  SOC Oct 12, 1944
				94198 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD271.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94199 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD272, not delivered.  To RAAF as A27-561.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94200 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD273, not delivered.  To RAAF as A27-562.  SOC May 7, 1946
				94201 to RAF as FD274 and then to RAAF as A27-631.  SOC May 16,1946.
				94202 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD275.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94203 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD276.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94204 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD277.  Crashed near Ajaccio, Corsica when abandoned after
					engine failure May 12, 1945.
				94205 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD278.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94206 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD279.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94207 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD280.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94208 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD281.  DBR Jun 16, 1944.
				94209 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD282.  SOC May 31, 1945
				94210 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD283.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94211 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD284.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				94212 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD285.  SOC Mar 11, 1948
				94213 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD286.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94214 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD287.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 31, 1946.
				94215 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD288.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94216 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD289.  SOC Aug 9, 1945
				94217 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD290.  SOC Feb 20, 1946
				94218 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD291.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94219 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD292.  SOC Aug 9, 1945
				94220 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD293.  SOC Jun 16, 1944
				94221 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD294.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94222 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD295, not delivered.  To RAAF as A27-563.  Modified for target towing. 
					To Royal Australian Navy Mar 2, 1949 for ground instruction.
				94223 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD296.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94224 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD297.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94225 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD298.  SOC Sep 13, 1945
				94226 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD299.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94227 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD300.  DBR Jun 16, 1944.
				94228 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD301.  SOC Aug 31, 1944
				94229 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD302.  SOC May 30, 1946
				94230 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD303.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 5, 1945.  Wrecked when ran
					off runway during takeoff at Kai Tak, Hong Kong May 23, 1946
				94231 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD304.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94232 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD305.  SOC Aug 9, 1945.
				94233 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD306.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94234 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD307.  Crashed before delivery to RAF.
				94235 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD308.  SOC Aug 30, 1947
				94236 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD309.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94237 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD310.  SOC May 8, 1946
				94238 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD311.  SOC Jun 1, 1947
				94239 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD312.  SOC Aug 9, 1945
				94240 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD313.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				94241 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD314.  Crashed when stalled on takeoff from Drigh Road, India
					Jun 6, 1945
				94242 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD315.  SOC Jun 5, 1947
				94243 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD316.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94244 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD317.  Sold for scrap Jan 25, 1948
				94245 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD318.
				94246 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD319.  SOC Aug 28, 1945
				94247 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD320.  Transferred to Royal Navy Aug 3, 1945.
				94248 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD321.  DBR when caught fire on ground at Kirkbride, Scotland Jan 24, 1945.
				94249 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD322.  SOC Jul 17, 1947
				94250 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD323.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				94251 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD324.  DBR when swung to avoid collision and undercarriage
					collapsed, Risalpur, India Apr 12, 1945
				94252 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD325.  Transferred to Royal Navy Nov 2, 1945
				94253 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD326.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94254 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD327.  Crashed when engine cut on approach to Sydenham, Northern
					Ireland Feb 23, 1945
				94255 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD328.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94256 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD329.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94257 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD330.  SOC Dec 11, 1946
				94258 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD346.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				94259 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD347.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94260 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD348.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94261 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD349.  SOC May 16, 1946
				94262 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD350.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				94263 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD357.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94264 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD358.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jun 26, 1945.
				94265 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD362.  SOC Jul 31, 1944
				94266 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD363.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94267 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD364.  DBR when one undercarriage leg jammed up and
					aircraft landed on one wheel at Melton Mowbray, England Mar 23, 1945
				94268 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD365.  SOC Jul 29, 1945
				94269 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD366.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				94270 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD369.  SOC Jul 29, 1945
				94271 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD370.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				94272 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD371.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				94273 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD375.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				94274 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD376.  SOC Jul 29, 1945
				94275 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD377.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 22, 1945.  SOC for scrap Aug 29, 1946
				94276 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD378.  Transferred to Royal Navy Dec 11, 1945. No record of subsequent fate
				94277 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD379.  No record of fate
				94278 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD384.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94279 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD385.  SOC Dec 9, 1946
				94280 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD389.  SOC Jun 11, 1945
				94281 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD390.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				94282 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD391.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				94283 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD392.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jul 3, 1945 (RAF records).  RN records
					say Jul 2, 1945.  DBR in belly landing Feb 2, 1946. 
				94284 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD393.  Wrecked when undershot landing and undercarriage collapsed
					Melton Mowbray, England Mar 27,1945
				94285 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD399.  Transferred to RN Oct 31, 1945; returned to RAF according to RN
					records, but no record of its being taken back on RAF charge.
				94286 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD400.  SOC May 9, 1946
				94287 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD403.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94288 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD404.  Transferred to RN Sep 27, 1945; returned to RAF at Changi, 
					Singapore Apr 1, 1947 according to RN records, but no record of its being taken back on RAF 
					charge.
				94289 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD405.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 29, 1945.  No record of
					subsequent fate
				94290 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD409.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				94291 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD410.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				94292 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD411.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				94293 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD412.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94294 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD413.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				94295 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD414.  SOC Nov 7, 1947
				94296 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB303.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				94297 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB304.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				94298 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB305.  Transferred to RN Mar 31, 1945. Damaged beyond repair 
					when undercarriage collapsed on landing at Kai Tak, Hong Kong Apr 8, 1946
				94299 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB306.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				94300 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB307.  SOC Nov 5, 1946
				94301 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB308.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94302 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB309.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94303 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB310.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94304 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB311.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94305 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB312.  Belly landed at Charmy Down, England Apr 10, 1945.  Not repaired
					and SOC Mar 6, 1946
				94306 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB313.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 1, 1946 (RAF records; RN records say
					Sep 1945).  No record of subsequent fate
				94307 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB314.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 3, 1945.  No record of subsequent fate
				94308 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB315.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 3, 1945.  No record of subsequent fate
				94309 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB316.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 9, 1945 (RAF records; RN records
					say Mar 5, 1945).  No record of subsequent fate
				94310 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB317.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				94311 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB318.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 27, 1945 (RAF records; RN records say
					Jn 13, 1945)  DBR when caught fire during refuelling Dec 12, 1945
				94312 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB319.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 3, 1945 (RAF records; RN records say
					Jun 30,1945).  No record of subsequent fate
				94313 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB320.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jun 30, 1945 according to RAF records, 
					nothing on RN records
				94314 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB321.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				94315 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB322.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94316 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB323.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94317 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB324.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94318 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB325.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 28, 1945.  No record of subsequent fate
				94319 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB326.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jun 26, 1945.  No record of subsequent fate
				94320 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB327.  Transferred to Royal Navy Sep 15, 1946 (RAF records; RN records say
					Jun 13, 1945)  SOC by RN Jan 15, 1947.
				94321 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB328.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94322 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB329.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 1, 1945.  No record of subsequent fate
				94323 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB330.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94324 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB331.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94325 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB332.  Sold for scrap Jun 29, 1948
				94326 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB333.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94327 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB334.  SOC Jan 20, 1947
				94328 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB335.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jul 2, 1945.  No record of subsequent fate
				94329 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB336.  Sold for scrap Jun 29, 1948
				94330 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB337.  Transferred to Royal Navy Apr 18, 1945  No record of subsequent fate
				94331 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB338.  SOC Aug 18, 1947
				94332 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB339.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				94333 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB340.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94334 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB341.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 31, 1946
				94335 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB342.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jul 18, 1945
				94336 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB343.  Transferred to Royal Navy Aug 5, 1945
				94337 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB344.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94338 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB345.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				94339 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB346.  SOC Jan 25, 1945
				94340 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB347.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94341 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB348.  Transferred to Royal Navy Apr 18, 1945
				94342 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB349.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				94343 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB350.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94344 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB351.  SOC Feb 22, 1947
				94345 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB352.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94346 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB353.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94347 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB354.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94350 to RAAF as A27-607.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94352 to RAAF as A27-608.  SOC Jul 16, 1946.
				94355 to RAAF as A27-609.  SOC Jul 16, 1946
				94359 to RAAF as A27-610.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94360 to RAAF as A27-611.  W/o Jun 28, 1945, Botany Bay, NSW.
				94361 to RAAF as A27-612.  SOC May 16, 1946
				94362 to RAAF as A27-613.  W/o Nov 7, 1945, Pearce WA
				94364 to RAAF as A27-614.  SOC May 16, 1946
				94368 to RAAF as A27-615.  SOC Jun 16, 1946.
				94370 to RAAF as A27-616.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94371 to RAAF as A27-617.  Brought on charge Apr 16 1944.  Modified for target towing. SOC May 16, 1946.
					Transferred to Royal Australian Navy May 1, 1951 
				94378 to RAAF as A27-618.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94379 to RAAF as A27-619.  To Royal Australian Navy Sep 6, 1945.  Modified for DDT spraying.  Assigned to 721
					Squadron, Kai Tak, Hong Kong 1946.  Force landed after engine fire Nov 29, 1946.
				94384 to RAAF as A27-620.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94386 to RAAF as A27-603.  SOC Jun 4, 1946.
				94390 to RAAF as A27-604.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94391 to RAAF as A27-605.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94393 to RAAF as A27-622.  SOC May 16, 1946
				94394 to RAAF as A27-632.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94395 to RAAF as A27-606.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94397 to RAAF as A27-633.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94398 to RAAF as A27-634.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94399 to RAAF as A27-623.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94400 to RAAF as A27-624.  SOC May 16,1946.
				94401 to RAAF as A27-625.  To Royal Australian Navy Oct 10, 1945.  Returned to RAAF Dec 6, 1945
				94402 to RAAF as A27-626.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94403 to RAAF as A27-635.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94405 to RAAF as A27-627.  Brought on charge Apr 26 1944.  Modified for target towing.  Force landed on
					mud bank Jul 39, 1945, Fairhaven, Western Port Bay, Victoria.  Wreck destroyed by RAN using explosives
					Aug 27, 1945
				94406 to RAAF as A27-636.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94407 to RAAF as A27-621.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94409 to RAAF as A27-628.  SOC May 16, 1946. 
				94410 to RAAF as A27-637.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94412 to RAAF as A27-638.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94413 to RAAF as A27-629.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94415 to RAAF as A27-639.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94417 to RAAF as A27-640.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94419 to RAAF as A27-630.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94438 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB540.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				94439 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB541.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jul 26, 1945.
				94440 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB542.  Transferred to Royal Navy Sep 15, 1945.
				94441 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB543.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94442 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB544.  SOC Feb 13, 1946
				94443 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB545.  SOC Jun 11, 1947
				94444 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB546.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 6, 1945.
					Written off when rudder control locked on takeoff from Ponam, Admiralty 
					Islands Jun 12, 1945; aircraft swung to port and ended up overturned in 15 feet of 
					water in perimeter lagoon.
				94445 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB547.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94446 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB548.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 1, 1946
				94447 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB549.  Transferred to Royal Navy Sep 5, 1945.  DBR after engine
					failure whilst in circuit at Donibristle, Scotland Nov 19, 1945.
				94448 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB550.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				94449 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD331
				94450 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD332.  SOC May 31, 1945
				94451 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD333.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				94452 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD334.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 5, 1945.
				94453 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD335.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94454 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD336.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				94455 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD337.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				94456 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD338.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94457 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD339.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94458 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD340.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RAAF as A27-600.  Brought on
					charge Mar 5, 1944.  Modified for target towing.  SOC May 16, 1946.  Transferred to Royal Australian
					Navy Mar 14, 1951, SOC Mar 15, 1951.
				94459 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD341.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 31, 1946.  No record of fate
				94460 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD342.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94461 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD343.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94462 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD344.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94463 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD345.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
				94464 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD351.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 27, 1945.  No record of fate
				94465 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD352.  SOC Apr 24, 1947
				94466 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD353.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 10, 1945.  No record of fate
				94467 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD354.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				94468 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD355.  Transferred to Royal Navy Sep 3, 1945.  No record of fate
				94469 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD356.  Not delivered.  To RAAF as A27-601.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94470 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD359.  No record of fate
				94471 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD360.  Transferred to Royal Navy Sep 13, 1945.  No record of fate
				94472 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD361.  Transferred to RN September 1945 (RAF records show the
					non-existent transfer date of Sep 31, 1945; RN records show that it was delivered to Royal Naval 
					Aircraft Maintenance Yard Coimbatore, India Sep 27, 45!).  No record of 
					subsequent fate.
				94473 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD367.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94474 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD368.  SOC Feb 5, 1947.
				94475 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD372. Transferred to RN May 10, 1945 (according to RAF; RN records show it 
					delivered to RNAMY Coimbatore May 2, 1945). No record of subsequent fate
				94476 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD373.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 12, 1945.  No record of fate
				94477 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD374.  Transferred to Royal Navy Apr 20, 1945 (according to RAF; RN records
					show it was in their hands by Apr 19, 1945). No record of subsequent fate.
				94478 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD380.  SOC Mar 4, 1947
				94479 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD381.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94480 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD382.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				94481 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD383.  SOC Feb 20, 1946
				94482 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD386.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				94483 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD387.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				94484 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD388.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94485 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD394.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94486 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD395.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94487 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD396.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94488 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD397.  Not delivered to RAF, to RAAF as A27-602.  SOC May 16, 1946.
				94489 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD398.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				94490 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD401.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				94491 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD402.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				94492 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD406.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				94493 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD407.  SOC Aug 30, 1946
				94494 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD408.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94495 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD415.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94496 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD416.  No record of fate
				94497 to RAF as Vengeance IV FD417.  No record of fate
				94498 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB300.  SOC Sep 27, 1945
				94499 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB301.  Destroyed when hit house on takeoff from Filton, England
					Sep 4, 1945
				94500 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB302.  Transferred to RN Oct 31, 1945 (according to RAF; RN records
					show it at Royal Naval Aircraft Repair Yard Donibristle on Sep 13, 1945). No record of subsequent 
					fate.
				94501 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB355.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94502 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB356.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94503 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB357.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				94504 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB358.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94505 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB359.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94506 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB360.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94507 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB361.  SOC May 16, 1946
				94508 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB362.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				94509 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB363.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 27, 1945.  Control lost
					in cloud and crashed in Sunk Bay, Hong Kong Mar 1, 1946.  Both crew killed.
				94510 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB364.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94511 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB365.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 12, 1945, no record
					of subsequent fate.
				94512 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB366.  Sold for scrap Jun 29, 1948
				94513 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB367.  SOC Sep 1, 1947
				94514 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB368.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94515 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB369.  Bellylanded at Eastchurch, England Sep 17, 1945
					after undercarriage jammed.  Not repaired, subsequently scrapped
				94516 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB370.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 1, 1946 (according to
					RAF records, RN records say Jul 1945).  No record of subsequent fate.
				94517 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB371.  DBR when bellylanded on sandbank off Foulness,
					England following engine failure Apr 24, 1945.
				94518 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB372.  SOC May 29, 1946
				94519 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB373.  SOC OCt 22, 1947
				94520 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB374.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 22, 1945 (according
					to RAF, RN records say Feb 28, 1945).  DBR when starboard undercarriage collapsed
					on landing at Ponam, Admiralty Islands Jul 28, 1945.
				94521 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB375.  No record of fate
				94522 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB376.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94523 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB377.  SOC May 9, 1946
				94524 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB378.  SOC Aug 7, 1947
				94525 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB379.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94526 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB380.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 19, 1945 (according to
					RAF records, RN records say Oct 1, 1945).  No record of subsequent fate
				94527 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB381.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				94528 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB382.  SOC May 16, 1946
				94529 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB383.  SOC Aug 1, 1945
				94530 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB384.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94531 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB385.  SOC Jun 14, 1945
				94532 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB386.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94533 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB387.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 30, 1945.  No record
					of subsequent fate.
				94534 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB388.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				94535 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB389.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94536 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB390.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94537 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB391.  SOC May 9, 1946
				94538 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB392.  Wrecked when crashlanded at El Aouina, Tunisia
					when undercarriage leg jammed up Feb 1, 1946
				94539 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB393.  SOC Apr 9, 1947
				94540 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB394.  DBR when bellylanded at Dunkeswell, England
					after undercarriage jammed Oct 22, 1945
				94541 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB395.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				94542 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB396.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				94543 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB397.  SOC Feg 5, 1947
				94544 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB398.  DBR when bellylanded 10 mi W of Wadi Mohdi after
					engine cut Feb 11, 1946
				94545 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB399.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				94546 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB400.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94547 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB401.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				94548 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB402.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
42-94549		Lockheed C-69-1-LO Constellation
				MSN 049-1970.  Model 049-46-10.  To TWA Oct 1, 1948 as N90831 "Star of Switzerland".
					Sold to Las Vegas Hacienda Hotel Apr 13, 1961.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona as N90831
42-94550		Lockheed C-69C-1-LO Constellation
				MSN 049-1971.  Model 049-46-10.  Leased to TWA Jun 10, 1946 as NX54212.  Sold to 
				BOAC Mar 1948 and named "Bedford", registered G-AKCE Aug 12, 1947.  
				To Capital Airlines Jun 27, 1955 as N2741A.  Sold to Modern Air 
				Transport Aug 4, 1961 and subsequently broken up.
42-94551/94554		Lockheed C-69-5-LO Constellation
				MSN 049-1972/1975.  Model 049-46-10
				94551 crashed Sept 18, 1945, Topeka, Kansas
				94552 tested to desruction at Wright Field, OH.
				94553 (MSN 049-1974) leased to TWA May 15, 19476 as NX54214.  
					Returned to Lockheed Jul 27, 1946 and operated by CAA for.  
					ground instructional purposes.  Purchased by
					TWA Aug 23, 1951 as N54214 "Star of Piccadilly".  Sold 
					to Nevada Airmotive Corp. Mar 31, 1962. 
				94554 (MSN 049-1975) became N90902, then registered to BOAC Apr 6, 1946
					as G-AHEJ "Bristol II".  To Capital Airlines May 28, 1955
					as N2740A.  To Falcon Airways Jan 19, 1965 as G-AHEJ.  Sale not
					completed, taken over by Trans European Airways.  WFU
					Jul 1961 and broken up for spares Feb 1963 at Biggin Hill,
					England.
42-94555/94728		Lockheed C-69 Constellation
				Model 049-46-10.  Only 94555/94559 were built, remainder were cancelled.
				94555 (MSN 049-1976) did not serve with USAAF.  Became N90603, 
					then registered to BOAC Apr 6, 1946 as G-AHEK "Berwick II". 
					To Capital Airlines Jun as N2737A, then to Miami Aircraft 
					and Engine Sales Apr 14, 1961 and to Imperial Airlines 
					Jul 14, 1961.  Crashed at Richmond, VA Nov 8, 1961.
				94556 (MSN 049-1977) did not serve with USAAF.  Became N90604, 
					then registered to BOAC Apr 6, 1946 as G-AHEL "Bangor II".  
					To Capital Airlines Jan 28, 1955 asn N2736A.  To Falcon 
					Airways Mar 23, 1961 as G-AHEL, but sale not completed.  
					Taken over by Trans European Airways Oct 5,1962. Sold to 
					owner in Keyna as 5Y-ABF Dec 1964.
				94557 (MSN 049-1978 did not serve with USAAF.  Became N90605, 
					then registered to BOAC Apr 6, 1946 as G-AHEM "Balmoral". 
					To Capital Airlines Nov 10,1954 as N2735A.  Crashed at 
					Charleston, VA May 12, 1959
				94558 (MSN 049-1979) did not serve with USAAF.  Delivered to TWA
					Oct 10, 1946 as N86536 "Star of Rome".  To Nevada Airmotive corp Mar 31, 1962.
				94559 (MSN 049-1980) did not serve with USAAF.  Became N90606 then
					registered to BOAC Apr 6, 1946 as G-AHEN "Baltimore".  Crashed
					at Filton, England Jan 8, 1951 and rebuilt using parts of 43-10314.  Sold to
					California Hawaiian Airlines later the same year as N74192.
					To El Al Sep 1953 as 4X-AKD, then to a Swiss owner as HB-IED
					and to Universal Sky Tours Ltd Feb 1962 as G-AHEN.  WFU
					at Luton, England Apr 21, 1965 and scrapped in Nov of 1965.
				94560 completed as MSN 2021 and went to TWA as N86500
					"Star of the Mediterranean"
				94561 completed as MSN 2022 and went to TWA as N86501
					"Star of the Persian Gulf"
42-94729/94794		Ford B-24H-15-FO Liberator
				MSN 1494/1559
				94729 (461st BG, 764th BS, "The One Eyed Jack") crashed Dec 4, 1944
				94732 (461st BG, 767th BS, "Tail Dragon") lost Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 7037
				94733 (484th BG, 824th BS) salvaged Aug 6, 1945.
				94734 (484th BG) lost May 31, 1944.  MACR 5429
				94735 (448th BG, 714th BS, *Bim-Bam-Bola*) shot down over Lake Constance, Switzerland on 
					Munich raid Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 7560.
				94736 to RFC
				94740 (484th BG) lost Jun 26, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6329
				94741 (484th BG, "Vivacious Lady") shot down by fighters over Caorle, Italy Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 6097
				94745 (493rd BG, 861st BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Assainvillers, 3 km SE of
					Montdidier, France while on mission to Picardy, France Aug 18, 1944, France.   MACR 8421.
					All 12 crew killed.  Was "The Bold Sea Rover" when with 34th BG
				94746 (484th BG) lost over Austria Nov 1, 1944.  MACR 9701
				94748 (34th BG, "Undecided")
				94750 (485th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, Adriatic.  MACR 11811.
				94753 (451st BG) lost May 10, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 4794
				94755 (34th BG, "Weary Willie")
				94756 (406th BS) returned to Bradley Field, USA Jul 11, 1945.  To storage at Albuquerque
					NM Aug 6, 1945 and declared surplus on the same date.
				94757 (34th BG, 18th BS, 8th AF "The Dugan Wagon") shot down by AAA over St Lo, France Jul 24, 1944.  
					MACR 7835.  8 crew killed (2 after bailout), one bailed out and became POW.
				94758 (34th BG, "Feather Merchant")
				94760 crashed Jul 25, 1944 at Halesworth and was salvaged.
				94762 (34th BG, "The Uninvited")
				94764 (392 BG, 578 BS) crashlanded Sept 12, 1944
					at Manston, Kent, UK.
				94765 (446th BG, 705th BS) interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944 on mission to Politz.  MACR 6162.
					Returned to Burtonwood Jun 6, 1945.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by 
					War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				94766 (34th BG, "Crow's Nest")
				94768 (34th BG, "Betty Jayne")
				94769 (485th BG) lost Jul 8, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6816
				94770 (34th BG, 391st BS, 8th AF, "Salutation Rose") shot down by AAA and crashed at
					Altenhof near Eckernforde, Germany May 29, 1944.  MACR 5349.  One crewman killed, and 9 bailed
					out and became POW.
				94771 to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
				94772 (392nd BG, 576th BS) MIA Jul 7, 1944.  Wreckage landed near
					Wagenfeld, Germany.  MACR 7371
				94773 (445th BG, 701st BS, *Our Gal Sal*) suffered mechanical failure during 
					raid on Munich Jul 11, 1944 and was hit by AAA on return trip.  Crashlanded 
					in field near near Tournai, Belgium and 8 of 9 crew members made POW.  
					One escaped.  MACR 6941.
				94774 (34th BG, "Ol' Buddy")
				94775 (406th BS, "War Eagle") crashed at RAF Oulton Nov 18, 1944 when diverted because of weather and struck a tree
					while landing.  6 killed.
				94776 (489th BG, 845th BS) lost Jul 31, 1944, Germany.  MACR 7753
				94777 (456th BG, 747th BS) lost sep 20, 1944.  MACR 8755.
				94778 (498th BG, 845th BS) crashlanded Oct 19, 1944.
				94779 (376th BG) lost Jul 3, 1944.  MACR 6372
				94780 (34th BG, 4th BS, 8th AF "Smitty") took direct hit from flak over
					target during mission to Kiel, Germany Aug 24, 1944.  Caught fire
					and exploded. Crashed at Kraienwisch near Felm, 10 km NW of Kiel, Germany.
					 MACR 8463.  7 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				94782 (34th BG, 18th BS, "Off Limits") following fighter damage over
					France Jun 22, 1944 belly landed on Denge Beach near Dungeness.
					Crew OK but plane was w/o.
				94784 (848th BS, 490th BG, 8th AF) crashed landed making wheels-up belly landing at RAF Deanland
					East Sussex, UK due to flak damage over France Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6243.  9 crew bailed out over
					France, one was killed 8 evaded capture.  The copilot landed the aircraft in England.  Aircraft
					was destroyed.
				94785 (489th BG, 845th BS, *Struggle Buggy*) interned in Switzerland Aug 11, 1944.  MACR 7914.
				94786 (489th BG, 845th BS) lost over Kessel, Germany Sep 18, 1944.
					Crew 4 KIA, 1 MIA, 5 POW.  MACR 9424.
				94787 (34th BG, "Set 'em Up").  Scrapped after the war.
				94788 (489th BG, 844th BS) from Halesworth field, Suffolk, UK
					crashed near Sudbury Air Field in Suffolk, UK Jul 13, 1944
					after losing twon engines on Saarbruken raid.  All crew
					bailed out safely.
				94789 (493rd BG, 862nd BS, 8th AF, *Moby Dick*) went down in English Channel Jun 6, 1944 after 
					midair collision with B-24J 44-40471.  MACR 5486.  All 10 crew killed
				94790 (34th BG, "T. N. Toni")
				94792 (851st BS, 490th BG, 8th AF) collided with another aircraft over England Jul 29, 1944.  Able to land.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				94793 (489th BG, 845th BS, "Jeane") crew bailed out over Chipping Ongar, 
					Essex and unmanned ship headed to the Continent
					and crashed near Buchten, Netherlands Jun 3, 1944.
					Report that it was interned in Sweden is apparently in error.
				94794 (34th BG "Bachelor's Baby"), later "Yankee Maid" with 490th BG
42-94795/95022		Ford B-24H-20-FO Liberator
				MSN 1560/1787
				94796 (34th BG, "Me Worry?") interned in Sweden May 29, 1944.  MACR 5350.
				94797 to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as Liberator B.IV TT340.  SOC Jun 3, 1947.
				94799 (34th BG, "The Paper Doll")
				94800 to USSR
				94804 (455th BG) lost Apr 21, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 4617
				94806 (453rd BG, 735th BS) lost May 8, 1944, Germany.   MACR 4597
				94808 (451st BG) lost Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6373
				94811 (467th BG, 790th BS "Tommy Thumper II") crashed in Church Street,
					Old Catton due to stall following loss of an engine during a
					turn while on practice flight Jan 22, 1945.  9 killed.
				94812 (493rd BG, 862nd BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Steimker Berg, Germany Jun 29, 1944
					while om mission to Fallersleben, Germany.  Caught by photographer Cliff Stocking
					at the moment its fuel tanks ignited.  This photo has been
					published in many books and magazines.  MACR 6721.  All 10 crew killed.
				94813 (34th BG "Skotty") to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known
				94815 (34th BG, 4th FS, 8th AF, *Hell's Belle*) crashed near Ehingen, Germany after caught
					in prop wash due to near collision with another aircraft Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 7421.
					All 10 crew killed.
				94816 (492nd BG, 858th BS, 8th AF, "Tiger's Revenge") shot down by AAA over Norway Apr 20/21, 1945 and crashed 
					at Brunlanrs Larvik, Norway.  MACR 14189.  All 10 crew bailed out, one was killed, 4 became POW, 5 evaded capture. 
				94818 (34th BG, 7th BS) aborted mission before reaching French coast Jul 9, 1944 with engine trouble and crashed into
					water SE of England.  MACR 7802.  4 bailed and were recovered, 5 were lost
				94819 (857th BS, 492nd BG, 8th AF) in ground accident while parked at RAF Harrington, Northamptonshire,
					England Feb 4, 1945.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				94821 (490th BG, 851st BS, *Pete the Pelican*) crashed in Switzerland Jul 21, 1944 due to two engines
					out while on mission to Kepton, Germany.  MACR 7843.  All 10 crew survived and were interned.
				94823 (464th BG) lost Feb 19, 1945. MACR 14229. 
				94824 (34th BG "Umbriago") w/o in landing accident May 27, 1945 at Harrington, UK
				94825 (489th BG, 844th BS) lost Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 7550
				94829 to USSR
				94831 returned to USA Jul 9, 1945.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				94832 (489th BG, 847th BS) lost Jun 2, 1944.  MACR 8193
				94833 (844th BS, "Phoney Express") crashed and exploded at end of runway at Halesworth, Suffolk, UK Jul 13, 1944.  
					Only one survivor.
				94834 (489th BG, 847th BS) shot down Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6165
				94835 (490th BG, "Mandy J III") No. 1 engine caught fire during
					training mission May 29, 1944 with full bombload.  Crashed
					and exploded at Great Horkesley.  Crew bailed out safely,
					two suffering injuries.
				94836 (*Stubby Gal*) abandoned on island of Herdla, off Bergen,
					Norway May 23, 1945.
				94837 (490th BG, 848th BS, "The Jinx") broken up in UK May 1945.
				94839 (489th BG, 847th BS, "Plate's Date") crash-landed with battle damage Jun 2, 1944
					and salvaged.
				94841 (492nd BG, 857th BS) crashed into high ground at Twizle Moss Head, Holmfirth,
					Yorkshire Oct 9, 1944.
				94844 (852st BNS, 490th BG, 8th AF) w/o Jun 19, 1944 in takeoff accident at RAF Eye, Suffolk, UK
				94845 (34th BG, 406th BS, "Miz-Pah") lost night of Oct 12/13, 1944.
				94847 to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known.
				94849 (7th BS, 34th BG, 8th AF, "Maid of Fury") ditched 30 mi from England in English Channel
					due to engine failure and flak damage Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 7372.  5 crew killed, 4 survived
					and were rescued by a British destroyer.
				94850 (453rd BG) interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5934
				94851 (34th BG, 7th BG "Big Dealer"), transferred to 493rd BG, 860th BS, returned to USA Jul 8, 1945.
				94852 (489th BG, 845th BS) lost Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 8237
				94854 (489th BG, 846th BS) lost May 30, 1944.  MACR 8192
				94855 to RFC at Altus, OK Oct 24, 1945.
				94856 to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known.
				94858 (489th BG, 847th BS) lost Jun 2, 1944.  MACR 8191.
				94859 (446th BG, 705th BS) shot down by AAA and fighters on mission to Rennes/Ploermel, France
					Jun 12, 1944.  5 KIA, 1 POW, 4 evaded.  MACR 5802
				94861 (34th BG, 391st BS, 8th AF, "The Dutchess") shot down by AAA and crashed 400 meters
					S of Hallig Hoodge Island, North Frisian Islands, Germany May 29, 1944.  MACR 5351.
					All 9o crew bailed out and became POW.
				94862 (849th BS, 490th BG, 8th AF) w/o Jun 7, 1944 in landing accident at RAF Boscombe Down, Wiltshire,
					UK.    All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				94863 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Sept 27, 1944 on mission to Kassel.  MACR 9395
				94864 (489th BG, 846th BS) lost Jun 2, 1944.  MACR 8190
				94865 was "Baby Bug" with 850th BS, 490th BG in England c 1944/45.
				94867 (392nd BG, 577th BS) MIA Dec 2, 1944, Germany.  MACR 11142
				94868 collided with 41-29546 over Tibenham/Tivetshall,
					England May 29, 1944.
				94869 (34th BG, "Male Call")
				94870 (445 BG, 702 BS) shot down by ME 262 Apr 7, 1945 near Bassum, Germany.  Plane exploded before crew
					could bail out, but 3 survived.  MACR 13894.
				94872 w/o May 23, 1944, Stornara, Italy in midair
				94873 ("Feudin' Wagon" with 486th BG) returned to USA Jul 8, 1944
				94874 w/o Jun 25, 1944, Halesworth UK
				94875 (490th BG, 849th BS) salvaged May 29, 1945.
				94877 (451th BG) lost over Austria Jan 15, 1945.  MACR 11397
				94878 (34th BG "Lovely Ann")
				94879 (34th BG "Collapsible Susie")
				94880 (34th BG "Misschief")
				94881 (467th BG, 789th BS) abandoned by crew over Suffolk and
					crashed into North Sea Dec 29, 1944.  15 killed.  Three other crashes
					caused mission to Prum, Germany to be scrubbed.
				94883 (34th BG "The Hit Parade")
				94884 (490th BG, 848th BS, "Lizzie Belle") returning from D-Day
					mission Jun 6, 1944 without dropping its bombs because the
					target was overcast.  Returned to land with a full load.  The 
					aircraft slid off the runway.  All crew escaped.  I do not
					know if this plane was a write-off.
				94885 (849th BS, 490th BG, 8th AF) crash landed on beach E of Warmwell, Dorset, UK
					after ran out of fuel while returning from a mission over France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 6299.
					7 crew bailed out over the water, 2 drowned, 5 were rescued.  3 stayed with the aircraft
					and survived the crash.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				94886 (392 BG, 579 BS, *No Feathered Injun*) shot down by AAA Sept 18, 1944 near
					Middelburg, Walcheren, Netherlands.  2 crew KIA, 6 POW, 2 evaded.  MACR 10120
				94887 (449th BG) lost Jul 22, 1944.  MACR 6968
				94888 w/o Sep 27, 1944 in crash 6 mi SSE of Halesworth, UK in midair
				94889 (330th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Warton, Lancashire, england
					due to mechanical failure Jan 11, 1945.  Salvaged Jan 12, 1945 at Warton
				94890 (34th BG "Chesty")
				94892 (44th BG, 68th BS, *Battlin' Baby*) interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944. MACR 6149.  Returned to 
					Burtonwood Jun 19, 1945.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to 
					Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				94893 (*Hell's Belle*, 34th BG, 18th BS, 8th AF) collided with B-24 42-51190 over Friedrichsthal, 
					Saarland, Germany and crashed 1 km NE of bildstock 2 km S of Neunkirchen, Germany
					July 19, 1944.  All 10 crew killed..  MACR 7419
				94894 (490th BG, *Flying Ginny*) while landing at Felthorpe after dark Jun 7, 1944,
					its rear fuselage and tail unit was completely severed by propeller of no 2
					engine of B-24 42-50294 which landed too closely behind it.
				94897 (392 BG, 576 BS) crashlanded Dec 6, 1944 at Wendling, UK.
				94899 (848th BS, 490th BG, 8th AF) w/o Jun 6, 1944 in landing accident at RAF Eye, Suffolk, UK.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				94900 (845th BS, 489th BG) lost over Kessel, Germany Sep 18, 1944.  Crew 8 KIA and 2 POW.  MACR 9425
				94901 (450th BG) lost May 30, 1944.  MACR 5463
				94903 (489th BG, 844th BS) lost Oct 19, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9635
				94904 (34th BG "Belle of the Brawl")
				94905 (489th BG, 846th BS) lost Jul 24, 1944.  MACR 7915.
				94907 (392 BS, 576 BS) shot down Jul 21, 1944 over the target.  MACR 7247
				94908 (34th BG "Tiger Rag") w/o Mar 9, 1945 in landing acciedent Castelluccio, Italy
				94909 (489th BG, 846th BS) shot down by AAA near Paris Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6241
				94911 (34th BG, 4th BS, 8th AF, "Sweet Sioux") shot down at nightfall by Me 410A over English Channel
					returning from mission over France and went down near
					Wetheringsett, Suffolk Jun 7, 1944.  3 KIA by enemy fire in aircraft,
					7 parachuted to safety.  No MACR.
				94913 (489th BG, 847th BS) lost Oct 19, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9636.
				94911 shot down by Me 410 intruders on return to Mendlesham and crashed at Wetheringsett Jun 7, 1944.
				94914 (489th BG, 847th BS) lost Aug 16, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8586
				94917 (98th BG) lost Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 6034
				94918 served with 393rd BG, 8th AF Sep 1944.
				94919 (2614th SG (P), later 885th BS, "Smokey") crashed into mountains in Northern Italy Apr 13, 1945.
				94920 (446th BG, "Callipygia") crashed Hinton, UK Jan 20, 1945 while on training mission.
					All crew bailed out successfully
				94921 was assigned to the 701st BS of the 445th BG and flew in the Kassel Mission Sep 27, 1944 but aborted due 
					to an engine being knocked out by flak. Tom Brittan shows it coming to the 701stBS on May 22 1944-Oct 17, 1944, 
					and from Dec 25, 1944 to Feb 27,1945 , then moving to the 700th BS Apr 4-May 9, 1945, Returned to USA with 
					the 466th BG.  The Kassel mission of Sep 27, 1944 was the highest loss in history for a bomb group in a
					single day's battle. 20 planes shot down near target, 5 more crashed in Germany, one in Belgium, and
					two in France.  Two made emergency landings at Manston, one crashlanded while trying to land at home.
					Only 4 of the 35 B-24s made it back to the base at Tibenham.
				94923 (460th BG) lost Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 6952
				94927 (493rd BG, 860th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km W of Erace 30 km SW of Dinan, France Jun 8, 1944
					while om missin to Nantes, France.  MACR 5487.  10 crew bailed out, 1 was killed, 2 became POW,
					and 7 evaded capture.
				94930 (34th BG "Kisco Kid") following bomb run near Brussels was
					hit by flak Jul 27, 1944.  Was able to get back to England
					but bad weather forced crew to bail out and plane crashed
					near Hadlow, Kent.
				94931 (789th BS, 467th BG, 8th AF, *Sacktime*) rammed Apr 7, 1945 near Krummel, Germany by Bf 109G-6 
					flown by Uffz Heinric Henkel of Sonderkommande Elbe.  Able to fly to Belgium and crashed near St Trond,
					Belgium.  All 10 crew bailed out over Allied lines and were rescued.
				94932 (489th BG) collided with another B-24 (don't know the serial number)
					over River Blythe 9/27/1944 on return from mission.  Both
					planes crased in the marsheds at Walberswick.  No survivors
					from either crew.
				94933 (489th BG, 846th BS, *Stubby Gal II*) shot down by flak Jun 2, 1944.  MACR 8189
				94934 crashed Apr 21, 1944
				94935 (459th BG) lost Jul 24, 1944.  MACR 7029
				94936 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Lil Snooks*) shot down by AAA Feb 3, 1945 on mission to Magdeburg, Germany.  9 bailed
					out over Allied territory, 1 POW.  MACR 12243
				94938 (455th BG) lost Aug 27, 1944.  MACR 11703
				94940 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Nov 26, 1944, Germany.  MACR 10754
				94941 (446th BG, 705th BS, *Pin-Up Girl*) lost Apr 5, 1945 on mission to Bayreuth, Germany.
					4 KIA, 4 POW (one escaped).  MACR 13853
				94942 (34th BG "Me Worry II")
				94945 (489th BG, 845th BS, *Cover Girl*) shot down Aug 6, 1944.  Crew POW.  MACR 7376.
				94946 (458th BG, 752nd BS, *The Cat's Ass*) interned in Switzerland May 27, 1944.  MACR 5388. 
					Returned Oct 8, 1945
				94948 (489th BG, 845th BS) lost Aug 25, 1944, North Sea.  I also have 94948 as interned in Sweden on same date
				94949 (455th BG) lost May 30, 1944, Austria.  MACR 5454.
				94950 (450th BG) lost Apr 5, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 3965
				94951 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5261
				94952 (44th BG, 506th BS) crashlanded and caught fire at Clastres, France Sep 22, 1944.
				94956 w/o Jul 13, 1945 in crash 12 mi NW of Southport, Florida
				94957 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost May 8, 1944, Holland.  MACR 4786
				94959 destroyed on ground May 12, 1944 by  Luftwaffe bombing raid on Poretta airfield in Corsica. 
				94960 (450th BG) lost May 24, 1944, Austria.  MACR 5467
				94961 (392 BG, 577 BS) MIA Dec 2, 1944.  MACR 11141
				94962 (44th BG, 67th BS) left formation during raid on Belfort marshaling yards between
					Paris and Switzerland and went into steep dive with engine
					on fire.  Hit by flak again, three crew members bailed out
					to become POW, remaining crew KIA when plane crashed.  MACR 5158.
				94963 (467th BG, 788th BS) came under attack from enemy aircraft
					Dec 25, 1944 near St Vith, Belgium.  Crashlanded behind
					friendly lines at St. Trond airfield in Belgium.  The plane
					careered off the runway, striking a parked B-24 and caught
					fire.  Both pilots were killed in the fire.
				94964 crashed on takeoff May 11, 1944 at Hethel, UK.
				94965 (409th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) w/o Oct 12, 1944 in landing accident at RAF Hardwick, Norfolk, UK.  
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				94966 (392 BG, 578 BS) shot down Oct 7, 1944 over target.  MACR 9755
				94968 (460th BG) lost Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 6981
				94969 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 8th AF) collided in midair with B-24J 42-99949 over Belgium
					and crashed and burned near Ingelmunster, Belgium Sept 21, 1944.  MACR 9661.  All 8 crew killed.
				94971 (409th BS, 93rd BG, 8th A)F in landing accident at RAF Carnaby,  Bridington, England Jan 31, 1945.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				94972 (448th BG, 715th BS, *Daisy Mae*) lost Jan 7, 1945, Germany.  MACR 11584
				94973 (389th BG, 566th BS) interned in Sweden May 29, 1944.  MACR 5216
				94974 (466th BG, 786th BS) lost Oct 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9488
				94981 to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial not known.
				94982 (455th BG) crashlanded and caught fire at San Giovanni, Italy Apr 20, 1944.  Minor injuries.
				94983 (455th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 6897
				94984 (450th BG) lost Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6366
				94987 (376th BG, 514th BS, "Yum Yum") MIA over Austria Oct 16, 1944.  MACR 9339.
				94988 interned in Switzerland
				94989 (448th BG, 713rd BS, *Battlin Baby*) crashed in Switzerland Jul 13, 1944.  MACR 7561
				94990 (453rd BG, 732nd BS, "Ken O Kay III") lost Jan 3, 1945, Germany.  MACR 11560
				94991 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA Aug 13, 1944, and crashed NW of Falaise, France.  MACR 7897/
					4 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
				94993 (455th BG) lost Jul 27, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 7140
				94994 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Dissapated Duck*) shot down during mission to Munich,
					Germany Jul 11, 1944.  Pilot killed by German ground troops,
					remaining 9 crew members POW.  MACR 6939
				94998 (98th BG) lost Mar 19, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13068
				94999 (506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Lt Adolf Glunz of JG 26/6 May 11, 1944 over
					Pattay, France.  All 10 crew bailed out, 7 became POW, 3 evaded capture.  MACR 4849
				95004 w/o Aug 23, 1945 in crash landing 2 mi SES of Columbus, Ohio
				95005 (492nd BG, 856th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8/R2 flown by unknown pilot and unit
					near Brenburg, Germany Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 7236.  8 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				95006 in forced landing in France Oct 3, 1944.
				95007 (491st BG, 854th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 1089A-8 and crashed N of Deckbergen 6.5 km NW
					of Rinteln, Germany Nov 26, 1944.  MACR 11159.  9 crew killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.
				95008 (458th BG, 755th BS) lost Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 7086
				95009 (454th BG, 737th BG) crashed in Yugoslavia Feb 7, 1945.  Crew
					rescued by partisans and excaped to Italy.
				95010 ("Crow's Nest") crashlanded near Lille, France Oct 26, 1944.  Crew was OK and
					made it back to base the next.  Plane was left for junk.
				95011 (492nd BG, 858th BS, 8th AF) landed Bulltofta airfield, Malm, Sweden due to AAA damage Sweden 
					May 29, 1944.  MACR 5220.  All 10 crew survived and were interned in Sweden.
				95012 (392 BG, 577 BS) MIA Dec 2, 1944, Germany.  MACR 11143
				95013 (448th BG, 714th BS) interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6267
				95014 (328th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) w/o May 13, 1944 in takeoff accident RAF Hardwick, Norfolk, UK.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95017 (82nd BG) lost Sep 22, 1944.  MACR 8955
				95019 (453rd BG) lost Apr 25, 1944, France.  MACR 4305
42-95023/95288		Ford B-24H-25-FO Liberator
				MSN 1788/2053
				95023 (392 BG, 577 BS) crashed Aug 12, 1944 at
					Chesthunt, Hertfordshire, UK after midair
					collision.
				95025 (392 BG, 579 BS) deamaged by enemy fighters over France,
					tail gunner killed and two waist gunners bailed out.
					Remainder of crew brought it back to England where it
					crashlanded Jun 15, 1944 at Eye, Suffolk, UK.
				95026 (38th BG, *Yankee Rebel*) lost Jul 1944, no further details.
				95027 (392 BG, 577 BS) shot down Jun 23, 1944 over target area.  MACR 6215
				95028 w/o Dec 25, 1944 Bovigny, Belgium.  5 lost and 4 crew bailed out.
				95029 w/o Jul 7, 1944, Quedinburg, Germany
				95030 (93rd BG, 328th BS, 8th AF) diverted Sweden after being hit by AA over Bolitz, German Jun 20, 1944.  
					Crashed a Bulltofta Airfield, Malmo, Sweden.  5 crew killed, 5 survived and were interned.  MACR 6151
				95031 (392 BG, 576 BS) port tailplane lost during attack on
					Salzbergen Feb 16, 1945, knocked off by bombs from higher
					aircraft.  Returned to England where all crew except
					pilot bailed out.  Aircraft then caught fire and pilot
					bailed just before it exploded and crashed at
					Pudding Norton, near Fakenham, UK 
				95032 (467th BG) returned to USA and arrived Bradleyt Field Jun 14, 1945.
				95033 (392 BG, 578 BS, *Tequila Daisy*) interned Jul 11, 1944 in Switzerland.  MACR 7497
					Returned Oct 20, 1945.
				95035 (392 BG, 579 BS) crashlanded Jun 29, 1944 at Wendling, UK.
				95036 (492 BG, 857 BS, "Heaven's Devils") crashed into mountain in Wales near Llangynog
					Mar 19, 1945. 
				95037 (392 BG, 579 BS) crashlanded Jun 29, 1944 at Frettenham, UK.
				95038 (389th BG, 565th BS, "Lucky Lady Bett") to RFC at Altus OK Nov 22, 1945.  
					Presumably scrapped there.
				95039 (330th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and cashed 16 km NNE of Stettin, 1 Km Ne of Langenberg, Germany
					Jun 20, 1944.  6 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				95041 (392 BG, 578 BS) ditched Jul 6, 1944 in North Sea. MACR 7496
				95042 w/o Aug 14, 1944 East Wrentham, UK
				95043 (328th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) crash landed making wheels-up belly landing E of Faversham, Kent,
					England due to flak damage during mission to France Aug 1, 1944, .  MACR 8234.  2 crew killed,
					3 bailed out S of Paris and became POW.  5 crew survived.
				95044 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 6530
				95045 (392 BG, 576 BS) MIA May 29, 1944.  MACR 5213
				95047 (453rd BG, 733rd BS) shot down by flak Oct 19, 1944 over Mainz, Germany.  MACR 10177.
					9 crew and 2 observers onb oard. Tail gunner KIA, remainder of
					crew POW.
				95048 (453rd BG, 735th BS) lost Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 7226
				95049 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) crashed at Vermand, France Mar 1, 1945 after crew bailed out after plane
					ran out of fuel while returning from mission.
				95050 (458th BG, 752nd BS, "Gas House Mouse") in forced landing at Manston, Kent Dec 11, 1944
					and declared damaged beyond repair
				95051 (445th BG, 702nd BS) lost May 8, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4784
				95054 (467th BG) destroyed on ground at Melsroek, Belgium airfield
					during Jan 1, 1945 Bodenplatte raid.
				95055 w/o Oct 24, 1944 in ground accident at Seething, UK
				95056 (389th BG, 565th BS) interned in Switzerland Jun 28, 1944.  MACR 6735.  Returned to England Oct 1, 1945.
					Salvaged Oct 22, 1945.
				95058 (446th BG, 705th BS, "White Lit'nin") made wheels-up landing at
					Woolbridge after hydraulic system failed during local flight
					Condemned for salvage Mar 30, 1945.
				95059 (446th BG, 705th BS) crash-landed in Spain Jun 13, 1945 after losing an engine on its way
					back to USA
				95060 (392 BG, 578 BS) MIA May 19, 1944 near Wolfenbuttel, Germany.  MACR 4925
				95061 w/o Apr 25, 1944 in taxi accident at Waller Field, BWI
				95064 crashed in northeastern Brazil Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3500 and 3631.
					Aircraft and crew remains located Jul 1995.
				95069 w/o Jun 22, 1945 in takeoff accident at Lowry Field, Colorado
				95070 (576th BS) crashed Aug 3, 1944 into North Sea after being abandoned by
					crew on mission to Zuid Beveland, Netherlands after being damaged by enemy action.
				95071 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Sep 28, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9381
				95076 w/o Jan 21, 1945 in force landing at Ashford, UK
				95077 (389th BG, 565th BS, *Ginny Gal*) interned in Switzerland Jul 21, 1944
				95078 (445th BG, 700th BS) lost Sep 27, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9396
				95079 (392nd BG, 577th BS) returned to USA Jun 1945
				95080 (467th BG, 791st BS, 8th AF) hit by AAA near Osnabruck, Germany Feb 16, 1945 and crashed
					at Valthe, 8 km N of Emmen, Holland.  MACR 12425.  All 10 creb bailed out, 9 became POW, one
					killed when his parachute failed.
				95084 w/o Jul 13, 1944 Halversgate, UK
				95085 (389th BG) salvaged at Hethel Mid Mar 1945 after left main landing gear collapsed.
				95088 (389th BG, 565th BS) lost over Holland Feb 19, 1945 when engine failed and instruments
					were lost.  Crew bailed out near Sevelen, Germany, plane crashed at Krefeld.  8 POW, 1 KIA.
					MACR 12430.
				95089 (448th BG, 714th BS) interned in Sweden Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 6265
				95091 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5260
				95092 (392 BG, 579 BS) in midair collision with 42-28731 of 576th BS while returning from
					practice and crashed near Foxley, Norfolk, UK Jul 5, 1944
				95094 (788th BS, 801st BG (Provisional), 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Harrington, Northamptonshire,
					UK Jun 15, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95095 (44th BG, 66th BS) crashed at Sidhean Mor, near Gairloch, Scotland Jun 13, 1945 while en route
					from Prestwick to Meeks Field, Iceland.  9 crew, 6 passengers killed.  There is a memorial at the crash site.
				95096 (458th BG, 753rd BS, *Bombs Away*) interned in Switzerland Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 6928.
					Returned Oct 1, 1945.
				95098 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5928.
				95102 w/o Feb 9, 1945 in midair at Old Buckenham, UK.  Named "Spirit of Notre Dame"
				95103 (392 BG, 579 BS) crashed Jul 13, 1944
					at Wrangle Common, Lincolnshire, UK after midair collision.
				95104 (491st BG, 853rd BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA Oct 2, 1944 and crashed near Berge 3 Km S of Hamm, Germany.  
					MACR 9427.  7 crew killed, 2 survived and became POW.
				95105 (446th BG, 704th BS, *She's Mine*) lost Dec 2, 1944 on mission to Bingen, Germany.  
					All crew KIA.  MACR 11053.  May have collided with 42-51100.
				95106 (458 BG, 754 BS) shot down by AAA near Caen, France 6/17/1944.  
					9 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 5806.
				95111 (453rd BG, 733rd BS) lost Sep 13, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8853.
				95113 in landing accident with 42-95530 at Batista Field, Cuba May 6, 1944.
				95115 (467th BG, 790th BS) crashed at Wroxham on takeoff from RAF Rackheath, Norfolk, UK in dense fog 
					due to being caught in the propwash of another aircraft and hitting
					trees Dec 29, 1944.  5 crew killed, four injured.  Aircraft was destroyed.  Three other crashes caused
					mission to Prum, Germany to be scrubbed.
				95116 (458th BG, 754th BS, "Junior") shot down Jul 31, 1944, Germany.   MACR 7830.
				95117 (450th BG, 752nd BS) lost Jul 20, 1944, Belgium.  MACR 7255
				95120 (458th BG, 754th BS, "Hookem Cow" previously "Betty") crashed on takeoff
					 Apr 14, 1945 at Horsham St Faith on mission to Pointe de Grave, France.
					Port inner engine flash-flamed and lost power during takeoff,
					crashed into trees, caught fire, and broke up.  Only 2 crewmembers
					survived, both injured.  Inhabitants of nearby houses escaped
					as bombload did not explode.
				95121 salvaged in April 1945 after crashing in Cambridgeshire, UK.
				95123 w/o Aug 27, 1944 in takeoff accident North Pickenham, UK
				95124 (66th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) crashed 1 km SE of Ihringen, 5 km E of Breisach, Germany due to engine
					failure Dec 4, 1944.  MACR 10835.  All 9 crew bailed out, 8 became POW, one was bayoneted and shot by a German soldier.
				95126 (446 BG, 704 BS, *Hot Shot Charlie*) crashlanded Jul 31, 1944 after mission to Ludwigshaven,
					Germany.
				95127 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF, *Slightly Virgin*) shot down by AAA and crashlanded at Sint Denijs-Westrem,
					Belgium Nov 26, 1944.  All 9 crew survived and were rescued.
				95128 (445 BG, 700 BS) shot down by fighters Sept 27, 1944.
				95130 (445th BG, 700th BS, 'Spirit of Pocahontas') lost Jun 21, 1944 when ditched in North Sea.  MACR 6766
				95131 "Mag Drop" (859th BS, 2641st Special Group, detached from 492nd BG) shot down 
					by Ju 88 night fighter near Linz, Austria while on Carpetbagger mission Apr 25, 1945.  
					4 KIA, 5 POW.  MACR 14061
				95132 ("Mojalajab") ferried to UK and went to the replacement depot. Ended up with 492nd BG, 858th BS, keeping the same name.
					Shot down Jun 15, 1944 by Fw 190A-8 flown by Col Joseh Priller of JG 26/Stab (100th victory), crew
					limped to the Allied beachhead at Normandy and bailed out.  1 WIA, 9 returned.
				95133 w/o Nov 24, 1944 Norwich, UK.  9 lost
				95134 (448th BG, 714th BS) shot down near Ludwigshafen, Germany Aug 26, 1944.  MACR 8469
				95135 (392 BG, 579 BS) interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6157
				95136 (392 BG, 576 BS) MIA May 29, 1944.  MACR 5212
				95137 (392 BG, 579 BS) crashed May 29, 1944 near Norwich, UK.
				95138 (448th BG, 713rd BS) lost Sep 11, 1944 in midair collision with 361st FG P-51
					on mission to Magdeburg, Germany.  MACR 8927
				95139 w/o Sep 18, 1944 in crash landing Watton, UK
				95142 (506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at lorrach, SW of Munich, Germany Jul 21, 1944.
					MACR 7288.  All 10 crew bailed out and became POW.
				95144 (389 BG, 565 BS) collided with 42-100351 off Langeland, Denmark Jun 20, 1944.
				95145 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Jun 21, 1944 over Berlin. 9 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 6258.
				95146 lost during ferry flight May 1, 1944, North Atlantic.  MACR 4184
				95150 (44th BG, 506th BS, 8th AF, *Passion Pit*) shot down by AAA and crashed at Saing Pierre-sur-Dives, France
					Aug 13, 1944.  Crew of 10 parachuted to safety and became POW.  MACR 8322.  One crewman escaped that night
					and met up with Canadian forces four days later.
				95153 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed near Caudan, 6 mi N of Lorient,
					France June 13, 1944.  MACR 5912.  7 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				95155 (489th BG, 846th BS) lost Jul 31, 1944.  MACR 7754
				95157 (466th BG, 786th BS) lost Aug 15, 1944, Holland.  MACR 8427
				95158 (448th BG, 715th BS) crashlanded at Coldharbour, England Jul 13, 1944
				95159 (458th BG, 755th BS, "Rough Riders II") collided with 42-95183 while assembling over Cromer
					May 27, 1944.  Lost tail section, crashed into North Sea.  MACR 5631.
					All 10 crew killed.  Two bodies washed up on shore
				95160 (856th BS, 492nd BG, 8th AF) crashed June 4, 1944 near Garveston, Norfolk, England during assembly
					for mission.  All 10 killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				95161 w/o Jun 21, 1944 in crash 4 mi NW of Attelbridge, UK
				95162 (467th BG, 790th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA Aug 5, 1944 on mission to Bismarck, Germany
					and crashed 2 km S of Wehden, 10 km SE of Wesermunde, Germany.  7 KIA, 2 POW.  MACR 7375
				95163 w/o Aug 9, 1944 in crsh landing Horsham St Faith, UK
				95164 (392nd BG, 577th BS) crashed Jan 28, 1945 after
					midair collision over target, Germany.  MACR 11995
				95167 (453rd BG, 734th BS) lost Nov 11, 1944, Germany.  MACR 10342
				95168 (93rd BG, 409th BS) shot down by AAA Oct 9, 1944 on mission to Koblenz.  5 crew KIA, 5 MIA.
					MACR 9348
				95170 (493rd BG "Hell and Back", then to 801st BG, 850th BS "Hell and Back") damaged by night fighter and
					party abandoned over France Jul 5, 1944. Flew back and crashlanded at Ford Field, UK.  5 POW, 1 evaded,
					2 OK.  MACR 6774.  Salvaged Jul 19/20, 1944.
				95171 (734th BS, 453rd BG) collided with 41-29259 Jul 21, 1944 over target
					and crashed neear Darmsheim, Germany.  9 crew KIA, one POW.  MACR 7253
				95175 (446th BG) damaged by AAA on mission to Bolgne/Calais/Tingry, France Jun 25, 1944.
					Returned to base and belly landed. 
				95177 first served with 458th BG, 652nd BS, May 1944 to
					492nd BG, 857th BS, July 1944 to 492nd BG, 859th BS.
					Shot down Jul 7, 1944 by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed 4 km E of Kroppenstedt, 
					18 km NE of Halberstadt, Germany on mission to Bernburg, Germany.  MACR 7237.  6 crew killed, 4 bailed
					out and became POW. 
				95178 (446th BG, *Wedding Belle*) crashed in English Channel Dec 12, 1944.  All ll KIA.
				95180 (446th BG, 706th BS, *Satan's Little Sister*) shot down by AAA Nov 21, 1944 over IJsselmeer, 
					Netherlands on mission to Hamburg.  7 KIA, 2 evaded.  MACR 10408.
				95182 (448th BG, 715th BS) lost Aug 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8292
				95183 (458th BG, 755th BS) collided with 42-91519 during assembly over Cromer 
					May 27, 1944.  Flight engineer and tail gunner bailed out under
					pilot's orders and presumably drowned over North Sea.  Plane made a
					safe landing with remaining 8 crewmembers back at Horsham St. Faith.
					MACR 5632
				95184 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Aug 5, 1944.  MACR 7706
				95185 (448th BG, 713th BS, *DoBunny*) shot down by Me 262 Mar 25, 1945 during mission to
					Buchen and crashlanded in field near Soltau, Germany.
					MACR 13549.  All 9 crew survived and became POW.  
				95186 (448th BG, 712nd BS) lost Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 6264
				95188 (446th BG, 706th BS, *Maximum Effort*) shot down by AAA on mission to Munich Jul 21, 1944.
					2 KIA, 8 POW.  MACR 7249.  
				95190 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Carolyn Sue*) shot down by AAA Aug 5, 1944 on mission to Fallersleben.
					2 KIA, 9 POW.  MACR 7888.
				95191 (853rd BS, 491st BG, 8th AF) crqash landed on beach at Greatstone-on-Sea New Romney, Kent, UK
					while returning from mission to St Martin Fleury, France Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 8232.  4 crew killed,
					7 survived.
				95192 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 7841.
				95194 w/o Apr 9, 1945 in takeoff accident Attelbridge, UK
				95195 (392nd BG, 578th BS) MIA Oct 14, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9485
				95196 originally to 492nd BG, 858th BS, Jun 20, 1944 reassigned
					to 856th BS.  Damaged by flak and interned in Switzerland 
					Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6935
				95197 (446th BG, 704th BS, *Shoo-Shoo Baby*) crashed on return from mission Apr 4, 1945 at 
					Hall Farm, Raveningham, Norfolk, UK.  Crew bailed out safely.
				95198 to 487th BG, 838th BS as replacement.  Jul 1944 transferred
					to 492nd BG, 856th BS.  Aug 1944 transferred to 446th
					BG, 704th BS.  At one ime had the name "Lazy Lou".
					Returned to USA Jun 1945.
				95200 (448th BG, 712nd BS) interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6240.
				95205 (389th BG, 564th BS, *Lonesome Polecat*) interned in Switzerland Sep 5, 1944.  MACR 8601.
					Returned Sep 22, 1945.
				95206 (453 BG, 732 BS) returned to USA Oct 17, 1945 and salvaged.
				95207 (506th GS, 44th BG, 8th AF) w/o Jul 27, 1944 in landing accident at RAF Shipdam, UK.  All crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95212 w/o Jun 29, 1944, Hethel, UK
				95213 w/o Jun 3, 1944 in crashlanding Prestwick, UK
				95215 (492nd BG, 856th BS, 8th AF, "Moonshine Express") shot down by AAA near Troarn, France
					Jul 18, 1944.  All 10 crew bailed out, 1 KIA when his chute failed to open, 9 landed in Allied-controlled
					beach area.
				95216 in 453rd BG, 732nd BS (E3 H) transferred after Apr 10, 1945 to 458th BG 753rd BS (J4 K)
					and salvaged after crash landing at Horsham St. Faith May 6, 1945.
				95217 (487th BG, 838th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA over target area at Misburg,
					Germany Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5935  8 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				95218 (491st BG, 853rd BS) interned in Switzerland Jul 21, 1944 after crash-landing at Dubendorf
					MACR 7258
				95219 w/o Apr 12, 1945 in landing accident Seething, UK
				95220 was replacement in May 1944 for 492nd BG, 857th BS. Aug 1944 transferred to 467th BG, 788th BS, 8th AF.  
					Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Henner Mebesius of JG 3/13 near St Vith, Belgium Dec 25, 1944.  
					MACR 11122.  7 KIA 3 POW.
				95222 (392 BG, 576 BS) crashed Aug 5, 1944 at
					Bressenhall, UK after takeoff.
				95223 (392 BG, 577 BS) missing Jan 18, 1945 during practice mission, England.  MACR 14350.
				95224 (791st BS, 467th zBG, 8th AF) collided in midair with P-47D 42-22790 Aug 22, 1944 while at Splasher
					#6 assembly point over UK.  Able to land.  One crewman was killed, 8 survived uninjured.  Aircraft
					was washed out.
				95225 (836th BS, 487h BG, 8th AF) hit by AAA over Misburg, Germany but able to fly back home to base at
					RAF Lavenham, Suffolk, UK Jun 20, 1944.  3 crew killed, 8 survived. Aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.  MACR 15368
				95226 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF, *Channel Hopper*) damaged by AAA and crashlanded near Dubendorf airfield
					near Zurich, Switzerland July 21, 1944.  Crew of 9 interned in Switzerland.  MACR 7286
				95227 (389th BG, 566th BS) salvaged at RAF Leconfield, Yorkshire Feb 2-4, 1945 as a result of
					an accident Jan 31, 1945 when the nose wheel collapsed.
				95228 (464th BG, 778th BS, *Brown Nose*) shot down by flak Jul 7, 1944 in
					raid on synthetic oil plant, Blechhammer North. MACR 6594.  7 survived, 3 KIA
				95229 (392 BG, 579 BS) shot down over Germany Jul 7, 1944.  4 crew
					KIA, 5 POW.  MACR 7216
				95230 replacement May 1944 for 492nd BG, 858th BS, Reassigned
					Jun 20, 1944 to 856th BS, 492nd BG, 8th AF.  Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit Jul 7, 1944
					and crashed at Groningen, 12 km NE of Halberstadt, Germany.  MACR 7238.  4 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
					6 POW, 4 KIA.
				94232 w/o May 30, 1944 in taxi accident at Grenier Field, Manchester, New Hampshire.
				95233 (453rd BS, 732nd BS) lost Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6233
				95234 492nd BG, 859th BS, Transferred Aug 1944 to 467th BG,
					788th BS.  Returned to USA Jun 11, 1945.
				95235 w/o Mar 24, 1944 in crash 7 mi N of Birmingham, Alabama.  Crew bailed out.
				95238 w/o Aug 18, 1944 in midar Burghill, UK
				95239 (451st BG) lost Nov 4, 1944.  MACR 9677
				95240 (389th BG) lost Mar 24, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13543
				95241 (392 BG, 578 BS) crash-landed after being hit by flak Feb 22, 1945
					at Noekermeer, near Zoeterwoude, Netherlands.  MACR 12658.
					One of the crew members chose to join the Dutch resistance
					when he had a chance to go back to England.  He was killed
					in a battle with German troops in April 1945.
				95243 (392 BG, 577 BS) MIA May 29, 1944.  MACR 5211
				95244 w/o Oct 23, 1944 in taxi accident San Giovanni, Italy
				95245 w/o Aug 31, 1944 Napoli, Italy
				95246 (466th BG, 787th BS, *Honey Gal*) crashed Sep 23, 1944 while attempting to land
					at Woodbridge emergency field after being hit by AAA south of Ostend.  Salvaged
					Sep 24, 1944.
				95247 (445th BG) crashed near Ballum, Ameland,
					Netherlands Sept 12, 1944.  Four killed.  MACR 8922
				95248 (466th BG, 785th BS, "The Falcon") damaged by flak over target
					during mission to Wittlich Jan 8, 1945, causing fuel leak.
					Attempted to land at Shipdham but aircraft ran out of fuel on
					approach and careered through trees, a haystack, and runway
					approach lights before stopping with nose deep in frozen pond.
					All crew members survived but both pilots severely injuredl
				95249 (489th BG, 845th BS) lost Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6987
				95251 w/o Jun 20, 1944 in landing accident Spinazzola, Italy
				95252 (453rd BG, 734th BS) lost Oct 2, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9418.
				95253 (389th BG, 565th BS) ferried back to USA Jun 25, 1945.  Salvaged at Altus, OK Sep 14, 1945
				95256 (460th BG, 763rd BS) lost Jul 15, 1944, Kraljevo, Yugoslavia.  MACR 6748
				95257 (461st BG, 767th BS) lost Jul 25, 1944, Austria.  MACR 7117
				95258 (93rd BG, 329th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed 6 km S of Burg near Schermen,
					Germany Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8838.  All 9 crew bailed out and became POW.
				95260 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) crashed 1 mi N of RAF Shipdam, Norfolk, UK after aborted from mission
					to engine failure Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 15998.  All 10 crew killed.
				95265 (459th BG) lost Dec 18, 1944, Adriatic.  MACR 10685
				95266 (446th BG, 704th BS, *Heinie Hunter*) ditched in English Channel on mission to 
					Munich Jul 11, 1944.  9 KIA, 1 survived.  MACR 8216
				95267 (489th BG, 846th BS) lost Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 7842
				95268 (446th BG, 785th BS) lost Aug 9, 1944.  MACR 7382
				95269 (449th BG) lost Aug 29, 1944.  MACR 8331
				95271 (449th BG, 719th BS, *Sleepy Time Gal*) shot down by AAA over Moosbierbaum, Austra
					Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12072.  10 KIA, 1 POW.
				95272 "Pursuit of Happiness" first served with 458th BG, 
					755th BS, May 1944 transferred to 492nd BG, 856thBS,
					Aug 1944 transferred to 392 BG, 576 BS.   Crashlanded 
					Feb 14, 1945 between Wendling and Shipdham, UK, salvaged.
				95274 w/o Mar 20, 1945 in landing accident San Giovanni, Italy
				95275 (484th BG) lost over Adriatic Sea Jan 15, 1945.  MACR 11287.
				95276 w/o Sep 26, 1944 in taxi accident Old Buckenham, UK
				95278 force landed at Carradreshy, Ireland May 5, 1944 during
					ferry flight and w/o
				95279 (460th BG) lost Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6073.
				95280 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6731
				95281 (460th BG) lost Jul 8, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6510
				95284 (465th BG, 782nd BS) lost Aug 3, 1944, Mt Wannig, Austria.  MACR 7539
				95286 (449th BG) lost Dec 28, 1944.  MACR 10891
				95287 (461st BG, 766th BS, "Strictly G. I.") lost Nov 19, 1944.  MACR 9937
42-95289/95503		Ford B-24H-30-FO Liberator
				MSN 2054/2268
				95291 (445th BG, 703rd BS) collided with 42-50453 Dec 11, 1944.  95291 landed safely, 
					42-50453 crashed.  MACR 11336
				95293 (392nd BG, 578th BS) MIA Nov 4, 1944.  MACR 10350.
				95296 (450th BG) lost May 30, 1944.  MACR 6315.
				95297 (449th BG, 718th BS, *Bucket of Bolts*) crashed on 
					takeoff Aug 15, 1944 when it failed to climb and struck 
					power lines at the end of the runway.  All 12 onboard killed.
				95298 (448th BG) lost Apr 4, 1945, Germany
				95300 (459th BG) lost Jun 26, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6967
				95301 (853rd VBS, 491st BG, 8th AF) hit by AAA over Creil, France Jun 11, 1944 and ditched off Beachy
					Head, Eastr Sussex, UK in English Channel.  MACR 7859.  5 crew killed, 5 survived and were rescued.
				95304 (461st BG, 766th BS, crashed Dec 17, 1944.  MACR 10701
				95306 (446th BG, 706th BS) lost Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 7089
				95308 (702nd BS) lost Sep 27, 1944, Kassel, Germany
				95309 (44th BG, 506th BS, 8th AF) lost Jul 29, 1944, North Sea following midair collision with B-24J 42-109820.
					MACR 7803.  9 crew killed, one bailed out and was rescued by British rescue boat.
				95310 (491st BG, 852nd BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed 3 km E of Beaumont, France Jun 2, 1944.  
					MACR 5391.  All 10 crew bailed out.  2 were killed, 4 were captured and became POW.  4 evaded capture.
				95313 (456th BG, 747th BS) lost Feb 28, 1945, Austria.
				95316 (458th BG, 752nd BS, *Princess Pat*) crashed near 
					Bonn, Germany on mission to Lechfeld Apr 9, 1945 and 
					damaged beyond repair.  Salvaged Apr 20, 1945.
				95317 converted to B-24HSA electronic warfare aircraft. (850th BS, 801st BG (Provisional), 8th AF) shot down 
					by Bf 110G-4 flown b Oblt Johannes Werth of NJG2/Stab and crashe at Autruy-sur-Juine, 25 km
					SSW of Etampes, France Jul 5, 1944.  MACR 6989.  2 crew killed, 6 baile out and evaded capture.
				95319 (464th BG) damaged by flak and fighters Jul 8, 1944.  Landed at
					Foggia.  Converted to CL-26 and salvaged.
				95321 (850th BS, 801st BG) shot down by Ju 88 intruders
					during night navigation and training flight
					near Baton Socon, UK Jun 27, 1944. 4 KIA, 2 bailed out.
				95322 (460th BG) lost Nov 16, 1944.  MACR 9954
				95324 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Weiser Witch*) salvaged May 5/6, 1945 after 
					crashlanding at Bungay/Flixton on fire in the nose.
				95325 (455th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Bulgaria.  MACR 6896
				95326 (448th BG, 712th BS) lost Middenbeemster, Netherlands Jun 29 1944.  10 POW.  MACR 7091
				95328 (455th BG) lost Jul 22, 1944.  MACR 7145
				95332 assigned to 464th BG, 779th BS.
				95336 (464th BG) lost May 29, 1944 to flak and
					fighter attak on Amme-Luther-Seck Aircraft components
					factory in Austria.  MACR 5189
				95337 (464th BG) lost Dec 11, 1944 in attack on South Ordnance
					Depot, Vienna, Austria.  MACR 10390
				95338 (376th BG) lost May 29, 1944, Austria.  MACR 5374
				95340 (464th BG, 777th BS, "Chick") diverted to Switzerland Nov 16, 1944 after raid on
					marshaling yards at Munich.  Crashed on
					landing at Magadino airfield, injuring 3 crewmembers.  MACR 12535
				95341 (491st BG, 853rd BS, *Twang*) returned to USA at end of war.  Scrapped at Altus,
					OK Oct 14, 1945.
				95342 (451st BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13991  I have a reference that has this one
					as ending up in USSR.
				95344 (767th BS, 461st BG) crashed en-route to USA May 30, 1945.  Crew survived.
				95348 (464th BG, 778th BS, *Sultan II*) crashed on takeoff Aug 27, 1944. on mission
					to Blechhammer.
				95352 (98th BG) lost Oct 16, 1944.  MACR 9445
				95353 (453rd BG, 735th BS) crashlanded on return from mission May 30, 1944.  Salvaged.
				95356 (98th BG) lost Sep 10, 1944.  MACR 8268
				95357 (454th BG) lost Jun 16, 1944.  MACR 6023
				95361 (466th BG, 787th BS) lost Sep 16, 1944.
				95364 (464th BG, 778th BS) returned to Hunter Field, Savanna, GA May 31, 1945.
				95366 (460th BG) lost Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7144
				95369 (484th BG) lost Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 7959
				95371 (464th BG, 777th BS, "Topper") lost Jul 8, 1944 on mission to Florisdorf.
					3 KIA.  MACR 6819.
				95372 (464th BG, "The Middle Digit") lost Jul 16, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6905
				95379 (451st BG, 725th BS, *Extra Joker*) shot down by Fw 190s over Turnitz, 
					Austria Aug 23, 1944.  10 KIA.  MACR 7956
				95380 (454th BG) lost Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6571
				95382 (464th BG, 777th BS, *Repulsive Raider II*) lost Jun 16, 1944 on mission to 
					oil blending plant, Lobau, Austria.  MACR 5814.   Crew bailed out on Yugoslav
					coast and partisans saved the crew.
				95383 (461st BG, 764th BS, "Lazy Lady") lost Jul 25, 1944, Austria.  MACR 7035
				95385 (450th BG) lost Jun 13, 1944.  MACR 6311
				95388 (376th BG) lost Jul 3, 1944.  MACR 6363
				95390 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Rough Buddy*) shot down by AAA Sep 10, 1944 on mission to Heilbronn.
					9 KIA, 1 POW.  MACR 8925.
				95397 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95451 (464th BG, 777th BS) lost on mission to Florisdorf, Austria Jun 26, 1944.  MACR 6456
				95453 (98th BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Rumania
				95458 (450th BG) lost Dec 29, 1944.  MACR 10937
				95462 (455th BG) lost Jun 26, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6391
				95463 lost in Ploesti raid July 15, 1944.  MACR 7309
				95464 (392 BG, 576 BS) overran runway Feb 11, 1945
					at Foulsham, Norfolk, UK and was salvaged.
				95467 (420th AAF Base Unit) crashed 15 mi NE of Yuma AAF after
					midair collision with 44-40608 Apr 25, 1944.  No survivors.
				95471 (449th BG) lost Feb 7, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12072
				95478 (440th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed in valley W of Amaseno, Italy Jan 22, 1944.
					MACR 2210.  Four crew killed, two bailed out and became POW.
42-95504/95628		Ford B-24J-1-FO Liberator
				MSN 2269/2393
				95509 (451st BG) lost Oct 13, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 9066
				95519 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95521 landed with gear up due to crew error at
					Westover Field, MA Oct 7, 1944.  Plane was repaired.
				95522 (454th BG, 736th BS) lost Feb 14, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12108
				95524 lost over Atlandic after takeoff on ferry flight from Goose Bay Jun 30, 1944.  MACR 6375.
				95528 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95530 in landing accident with 42-95113 at Batista Field, Cuba May 6, 1944
				95544 (448th BG, 712th BS) lost over Germany Jan 16, 1945.  MACR 11727
				95551 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95558 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95561 (B-24JSH, 44th BG, 66th BS) shot down by AAA over Hamburg, Germany Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 8081.
					5 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.
				95564 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95566 delivered Apr 25, 1944 and assigned to Fairmont AAF NE.  Dropped
					from inventory due to accident Oct 19, 1944.
				95588 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Mar 23, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13613
				95592 (466th BG, 784th BS) shot down by AAA near Regensburg Apr 21, 1945.  10 killed, 2 POW.
					MACR 14182.  Last American bomber shot down over Germany during the war.
				95596 (466th BG, 784th BS) melted down after war at Walnut Ridge, AR.
				95598 (329th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Westhofen, Germanu Jan 28, 1945.  
					MACR 12010.  5 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.
				95609 delivered for salvage at Walnut Ridge, AK Jan 4, 1946.
				95613 (464th GG, 776th BS) crashed on takeoff from Terceira, Azores May 26, 1945.
					Salvaged Aug 7, 1945.
				95616 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95619 ("Bi U Baby") delivered to 491st BG as PFF aircraft Aug 18, 1944.  Transferred to 855th.  Damaged in
					emergency landing Sep 8, 1944 and returned to group in Oct 1.  Reassigned to 853rd
				95620 (448th BG, 714th BS) lost Apr 4, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13732.
				95621 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95625 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				95626 (446th BG, 705th BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Ludwigshaven Aug 26, 1944 and crashed
					in Belgium.  MACR 8475.  3 KIA, 5 POW, 2 evaded.
42-95629/95828		Martin B-26B-45-MA Marauder
				95629/95737 converted to AT-23A
					95697 (3021st BU) while flying in thunderstorm crashed into mountain near Craffe, 15 mi NE of
						Buren, AR May 25, 1944.  7 killed.
					95717 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
					95724 used by 8th AF HQ/A Flight
				95739 (37th BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) bellylanded at Alghero airfield, Sardinia Aug 16, 1944.  All crew survived,
					aircraft DBR.
				95741 (442nd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Alto Airfield, Corsica Oct 2, 1944.  All 5 crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95742 (441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Decimomannu Airfield, Sardinia Aug 29, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95745 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed into Tyrrhenian Sea Mar 8, 1944. 
					MACR 3207. 4 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POw.
				95748 (319th BG, 440th BS) shot down by AAA Jan 22, 1944.  MACR 2210
				95749 (Air Transport Command) crashed on takeoff at Wideawake Field, Ascension Island Dec 15, 1943
					while on ferry flight.  Unknown number of crew killed, aicraft was destroyed.
				95752 (442nd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF, "Wine, Women & Song") shot down by AAA near Futa Pass between Florence
					and Bologna, Italy Aug 21, 1944.  MACR 7686.  All 7 crew bailed, 5 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				95753 (320th BG, 441st BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by AAA over Beisach, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11591.
					All seven crew killed.
				95756 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 12th Af) shot down by AAA over Viterbo airfield, Italy Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2831.
					All 7 crew bailed out and evaded capture.
				95757 (95th BS, 17th BG, 1st Tactical Air Force) in landing accident at Dijon-Longvic Airfield Y-9, France
					Dec 19, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95758 (442nd BS, 30th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff 1/4 mile from runway at Decimomannu Airfield, Sardinia
					due to loss of power aug 15, 1944.  All 7 crew injured but survived.  Aircraft destroyed by fire.
				95759 (443rd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) in takeoff accient at Decuimomannu Airfield, Sardinia Aug 6, 1944.  All six crew
					survived, but aircraft DBR.
				95761 (441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) destroyed on ground by collision at Decimomannu airfield, Sardinia Aug 16, 1944.
				95762 (443rd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crash landed at Borgo Airfield, Corsica after left tire blew on takeoff while on
					training flight Nov 2, 1944.  All 4 crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
				95763 (320th BG, 442nd BS, 12th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Siegfried Pflitsch of JG 51/6 Jan 29, 1944
					and crashed 1 mi SW of Ladispoli, Italy in Tyrrhenian Sea.  MACR 2308.  All 7 crew bailed out 
					but were killed.
				95764 (444th BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) in landing accident at Decimomannu airfield, Sqrdinia Aug 24, 1944.  All crew
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95767 (441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) destroyed on ground by collision at Decimomannu airfield, Sardinia Aug 8, 1944.
				95768 (444th BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) lost engine power and ditched 15 mi off Palavas-les-Flots, France in Gulf of Du Lion
					Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 7998.  All 7 crew bailed out but were killed.
				95770 (Air Transport Command) in takeoff accident at Val de Caes Belern, Brazil Dec 14, 1943 while on
					ferry fligh.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95775 (444th BS, 320th BG, 10th AF) in landing accident at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, Longvic, 
					France Jan 25, 1945.  All 3 crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
				95776 (Air Transport Command) in taxiing accident at Roberts Field, Liberia Dec 25, 1943.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				94777 (4th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command) in landing accident at Beane Field, St Lucia in Caribbean
					Dec 17, 1943 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95778 (437th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) in ground accident at Roberts Field, Liberia while on ferry flight 
					Dec 21, 1943.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95779 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed on landing Feb 21, 9144
				95780 (319th BG, 438th BS, 12th AF) in landing accident at Capodichino airfield, Naples, Italy Jun 12, 1944.  
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95782 (17th BG, 37th BS, 12th AF) in midair collision  with another aircraft 7 mi W of Villacidro airfield,
					Sardinia Feb 16, 1944.  All 7 crew killed.
				95785 (319th BG, 440th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA near Frenzuola, Italy Sep 26, 1944.  MACR 8941.
					2 crew killed, 4 bailed out, 3 became POW, one evaded capture.
				95786 (17th BG, 34th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by AAA over Germany and crqshed at Hockenheim,
					Germany Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14038.  All 7 crew bailed out and became POW.
				95788 (37th BS, 17th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, France and burned May 9, 1944.
					All crew survived.
				95790 (441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA north of Aquino, Italy Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3219.
					One crewnan killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.
				95791 (441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crash landed at unknown location Apr 22, 1944.  Fate of crew 
					and aircraft unknown.
				95793 (320th BG, 44th BS) shot down by fighers and abandoned by crew May 11, 1944
				95797 (391th BG, 572nd BS) collided with B-26B 42-95802 and ditched in English Channel near Guernsey Aug 25, 1944.
					2 crew killed, 4 crew rescued by US Navy destroyer escort USS Borum DE-790.
				95798 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down  by FW 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit
					Dec 23 1944.  MACR 11673.  One crewman killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				95799 (391th BG, 572nd BS) damaged Mar 30, 1945
				95800 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) hit by bomb dropped from above (or hit by flak) and collided in 
					midair with B-26B 42-95834 and crashed Cherisy, France Aug 13, 1944.  MACR 7684.  All six crew killed.
				95801 (573rd BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Friston, Sussex, England Aug 24, 1944.
					All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95802 (391st BG, 573rd BS) in midair collision with B-26B 42-95797 and crashed between Sark Rock
					and La Moise, France in the English Channel Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 8058.  7 crew killed, one bailed out
					and was rescued by a fishing boat.
				95804 (391st BG, 573rd BS) crashed at Mole Hill Green and exploded May 29, 1944
				95805 (391st BG, 575th BS) damaged when landing gear collapsed May 21, 1944
				95807 (391st BG, 574th BG, 9th AF) crash landed 5 mi N of Laon/Athies Airfield A-69, Picardy, France
					Apr 5, 1945.  All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95809 (572nd BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26C 42-107748 at RAF Matching, Essex, England
					Jun 21, 1944.  Able to land.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95811 (391st BG, 572nd BS) hit in engine and crashlanded near Euskirchen Mar 30, 1945
				95814 (494th 344th BG, 9th AF) crash landed and exploded 5 mi SSE of RAF Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, England
					Jun 4, 1944.  MACR 15760.  1 crewman killed, 5 survived, aicraft was destroyed.
				95816 (391st BG, 572nd BS) damaged by AAA and crashlanded Mar 23, 1944
				95817 (392st BG, 572nd BS) crashed into roadbuilding equipment Apr 10,1944
				95818 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit 3 mi E of
					Ahrweiler, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11677.  Able to crash land in friendly territory.
					2 crew killed, four survived but some were injured.
				95819 (391st BG, 572nd BS) bellylanded due to AAA damage Feb 24, 1945
				95820 (573rd BS, 391st BG, 9th F) in landing accident at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy, France Mar 12, 1945.
					All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95821 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA and crashed 35 mi S of Rennes, France Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6649.
					All eight crew bailed out and evaded capture.
				95822 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Euskirchen, Germany Dec 13, 1945.  MACR 12244.
					One crewman killed, five bailed out and became POW.
				95823 (391st BG, 573rd BS) ran out of fuel over UK and crashed near Blackmore Sep 24, 1944
				95825 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF, "Easy Dog 99") shot down by AAA near Arhweiler, Germany 
					Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11662.  All seven crew bailed out and became POW.
				95827 (391st BG, 574rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA  1 km N of Grisy, 19 km W of Pontoise, France
					May 27, 1944.  MACR 5131.  All six crew bailed out and became POW.
42-95829/96028		Martin B-26B-50-MA Marauder
				95829 (573rd BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km NW of Sybiville, 6 km from Frevent, France May 8, 1944.
					MACR 4482.  All six crew bailed out and became POW.
				95830 (391th BG, 573rd BS) shot down by AA Mar 30, 1945
				95831 (391th BG, 573rd BS) damaged by AAA and bellylanded at base Aug 8, 1944
				95832 (575th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at RAF Matching, Essex, England due to engine
					failure Jul 4, 1944.  All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95834 (391th BG, 572nd BS) hit by 42-95800 and crashed Aug 13, 1944.  MACR 7649
				95837 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed in English Channel 2 mi from Calais,
					France Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4027.  All six crew killed.
				95838 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit near
					Wittlich, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11485.  One crewmen killed, five bailed out and became POW.
				95840 (391st BG, 574th BS, "Sam Cran") crashlanded May 28, 1944
				95841 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 mi E of Ahrweiler, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11671.
					All six crew killed.
				95842 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Thury Harcourt, France Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 9831.
					Three crew killed, three bailed out and became POW.
				95843 (391st BG, 575th BS) damaged by AAA and crash landed after damage by flak Mar 9, 1945
				95844 (491st BG, 575th BS) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed near
					Prum, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11670.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				95845 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 9 km S of Dieppe, France and crashed Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4216.
					Two crew killed, Four crew bailed out.  Two of them became POW, two evaded.
				95848 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA NE of Bretteville, France Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5689.
					Four crew killed, two of them after bail out.  Two crew became POW.
				95849 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Grismont, France Mar 19, 1944.  MACR 3574 and 5853  All 
					six crew killed.
				95850 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km N of St Antoine, 2km S of Bolbec, France May 28, 1944.  
					MACR 5547.  All six crew bailed out, five of them became POW and one evaded capture.
				95851 (391th BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Caen, France Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7795.
					Five crew killed, one crewman bailed out and became POW.
				95852 (391st BG, 574th BS) bellylanded at base May 28, 1944
				95853 (391st BG, 575th BS) lost near Hatfield Heath and crashed Sep 24, 1944
				95854 (391st BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km NW of SDevigny, France Mar 25, 1944.  MACR 3457.
					One crewman killed, five bailed out and became POW.
				95856 (344th BG, 497th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Brussels, Belgium May 10, 1944.  MACR 4511.  
					3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				95857 (387th BG, 556th BS) in accident Apr 19, 1945
				95858 (344th BG, 496th BS) shot down by AAA over France May 28, 1944.  MACR 5139
				95859 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crshed on takeoff at Beauvais/Tille Airfield
					A-61 Picardy, France due to engine failure Jan 6, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95861 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26B 42-95974 at Cormeilles-En-Vixin Airfield A-59 Boissy
					l'Aillerie, France Mar 28, 1945 and crashed.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				95862 (344th BG, 497th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Germany and crashed 400 meters N of Kessenich 3 mi N of
					Euskirche, Germany Feb 13, 1945.  MACR 12305.  All six crew killed.
				95863 (323rd BG, 455th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Venraij, Holland Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9218.  3 crewmen killed,
					3 bailed out and became POW.
				95864 (497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Cormeilles-en-Vixin Airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France Jan 29, 1945.  
					All crew survived, aircraft DBR.  Photo in Havener's book
				95865 (391th BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 near
					Bitburg, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11664.  Four crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
					One died of his wounds.
				95867 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) aalvaged Jan 5, 1945 at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield
					A-72 Estress Mons, France after returning from mission with 15 flak holes and excessive damage.
					All crew survived.  Also listed as being with 556th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF and suffering unknown accident at
					unknown location Apr 19, 1945.
				95868 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at Chateaudun Airfield A-39 Chateaudun, France Sep 21, 1944. 
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed. 
				95869 (387th BG, 559th BS) shot down by Bf 109G-14 flown by unknown pilot of JG 11 and crashed near Junkerath,
					Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11482.  All seven crew killed.
				95870 (344th BG, 496th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Audruicq, France Apr 20, 1944 and crashed at Fort Vertes, 4km
					E of Calais, France.  MACR 4103. All 7 crew bailed out and became POW.
				95871 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) in ground accident at Cormeilles-en-Vixin Airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France
					Jan 6, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				95873 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff 2 mi NE of Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy,
					France Oct 5, 1944.  Aircraft hit a combine in a field and crashed into high-tension wires and
					burned. One crewman killed, 5 survived.
				95874 (494th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Cormeilles-en-Vixin Airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France
					Dec 14, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95877 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Bois-de-la Justice, France and made it to
					England but could not land and crashed in English Channel Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 4106.  2 crew
					were killed, one bailed out over France and became POW, 5 bailed out over England.
				95878 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) shot down near Euskirchen, Germany 
					by Bf 109G-14 flown by unknown polot of JG 11 Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 14626.  6 Crew killed, one bailed
					out and became POW.
				95879 (Air Transport Command) in takeoff accident at Cazes airport, Casablanca, Morocco Feb 3, 1944 while
					on ferry flight.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95880 (319th BG, 438th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Viterbo, Italy Feb 29, 1944.  MACR 2830.  All six
					crew bailed out, 4 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				95885 (442nd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crash landed at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, Longvic, France Dec 14, 1944.
					Four crew bailed out and survived, 2 crash landed with aircraft and survived.  Aircraft DBR.
				95886 (Air Transport Command) in takeoff accident at Cazes Airport, Casablanca, Morocco Jan 14, 1944 while
					on ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				95888 (319th BG, 438th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed 7 mi NW of Fondi, Italy May 12, 1944.  MACR 4276.
					One crewman killed, 7 bailed out and 6 became POW and one evaded capture.
				95893 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Dunkirk and crashed near marshaling yards at Cambrai, France
					Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4145.  6 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				95895 (344th BG, 496th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over France  and crashed 13 km NW of Conches, W of Paris, France
					May 28, 1944.  MACR 5153.  All 6 crew bailed, 4 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				95899 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) crsh lande 3 mi NW of Bievre, Belgium after ran out of fuel Mar 3, 1945.
					All crew survived, aircraft damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95900 (344th BG, 497th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Engers, near Neuweld, Germany Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12385.
					3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				95901 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Predefin, 8 km E of Fruges, France Apr 21, 1944.  
					MACR 4073.  6 crew bailed, one was killed when his parachute caught on the aircraft and was 
					torn away from his harness, 5 became POW.
				95902 (344th BG, 497th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed off coast of Montebourg, France in English Channel 
					Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5656.  3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and fate unknown.
				95903 (497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Florennes/Juzaine Airfield A-78 Florennes Belgium.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95904 (444th BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) in midair collision with B-26B 42-95958 over target Aug 26, 1944 and crashed
					into Guld of Du Lion off France.  MACR 7999.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and was rescued by an Allied navy
					destroyer.
				95908 (495th BS, 344th BGF, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Cormeilles-en-Vixin Airfield A-59 Boissy 
					l'Aillerie, France due to engine failure Mar 3, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, 
					unknown if repaired.
				95910 (495th BS, 344th Bg, 90th AF, *Wizard of Koz*) shot down by flak and crashed at Rebreuviette, 8 km SE of
					Frevent, France Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 9093.  5 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				95913 (344th BG, 495th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Saint Germain, near Paris, France 
					May 28, 1944.  MACR 5144.  4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				95914 (344th BG, 497th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Weissenthurm, Germany, Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12352.
					Six crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				95917 (344th BG, 495th BS, 9th AF, "Shopworn Angel") shot down by AAA and crashed 1.5 km SW of Kruft, Germany on mission
					to Neuweid railroad bridge at Engers, Germany Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12344.  3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				95918 (344th BG, 495th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Arnhem, Holland Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9219.  3 crew killed, four bailed
					out and believed evaded capture.
				95920 (344th BG, 497th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Meyenvile, 8 km SW of Abbeville, France May 28, 1944.  MACR 5140.
					4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				95921 (344th BG, 494th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed 600 meters NE of Cuchenheim 4 km SE of Euskirchen, Germany 
					Feb 13, 1945. MACR 12221.  5 crew killed one bailed out and became POW.
				95922 (344th BG, 495th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Malo le Baines and crashed 6 km N of Dunkirk, France in
					English Channel May 11, 1944.  MACR 4515.  All six crew bailed out, 2 were killed and four were rescued and became POW.
				95925 (344th BG, 494th BS) in midair collision with B-26B 42-95981 over Teydon Mount Epping, Essex, England Mar 8, 1944.
					All crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				95926 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed S of Mardyck, near Dunkirk, France Apr 27, 1944.  MACR 4144
					Four crew killed, 2 crew bailed out and became POW.
				95928 (497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed 1 km SE of Arques, Near Saint Omer, France Apr 23 1944.  MACR 4094.
					All six crew bailed out and became POW.
				95929 (455th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Heer 1km E of Maastricht, Holland
					while on mission to Liege, Belgium May 25, 1944.  MACR 5040.  All 6 crew bailed out, 4 became POW and 2 evaded
					capture.
				95930 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Raon near St Die, France Oct 12, 1944.  MACR 9817.
					One crewman killed, seven bailed out and became POW.
				95931 (574th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy, France Jan 27, 1945.
					All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95932 (391th BG, 575th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit 3 mi E
					of Ahrweiler, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11551.  Four crew killed, two bailed out and became POW.
				95933 (397th BG, 1st Pathfinder BS, 9th AF) damaged at Dutenhofen near Wetzlar, Germany
					by Fw 190D-9 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2/1 Stab and seven crew abandoned Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12838.
					4 crew MIA, 3 became POW.
				95934 (387 BG, 559th BS) belly landed Nov 6, 1944.
				95937 (443rd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA at Novara, Italy Sep 5, 1944.  MACR 8090.
					One crew killed in crash, 6 crew bailed out, of which 5 became POW.  One evaded capture but died of 
					exposure in Alps of northern Italy.  
				95939 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crash landed at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61 Picardy,
					France Dec 1, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95940 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Cormeilles-en-Vixin airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France
					Mar 5, 1945 due to engine failure.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95941 (322nd BG, 452nd BS) hit by AAA over target and abandoned Nov 28, 1944. 
				95942 (Air Transport Command) lost from unknown cause ner Marrakech, French Morocco Feb 17, 1944 while on
					ferry flight from Marrakech to RAF St Mawgan, Cornwall, England.  MACR 3065.  All four crew killed. 
				95943 (391st BG, 573rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 12 km  E of Monchy Breton, France May 28, 1944.  MACR 5127.
					All six crew bailed out and became POW.
				95944 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England
					Aug 2, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damage, unknown if repaired.
				95945 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident at Atkinson Field, British Guiana Jan 4, 1944 while on
					ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95946 (320th BG, 444th BS) lost an engine due to flak damage on mission from Sardinia to
					Covigliano, Italy Aug 23, 1944 and fell away from the formation.  Brought
					down at Cecina, Italy minus one crew member who had bailed out in the 
					stress of the situation.  MACR 7996 refers to this mission. 
					IARC shows the aircraft as condemned Aug 23, 1944, but it appears that
					the plane was repaired and returned to service, since the IARC also shows
					the aircraft condemned again Nov 20, 1944 because of a crash.  On Nov 13, 1944
					the plane crashed into a hill near Plottes 8km N of Tournus, France.  All 9
					onboard killed.  MACR 15253 and Accident Report 45-11-13-506 refer to this loss.
				95947 (391st BG, 572nd BS) damaged by AAA 15 mi W of Koblenz, Germany and crash landed at Mersch, Luxembourg 
					Feb 24 1945.  MACR 12695.  Two crew killed, 3 bailed out and evaded capture, pilot stayed with aircraft
					and flew it to Allied lines.
				95948 (Air Transport Command) in ground accident at roberts Field, Liberia Jan 12, 1944 while on ferry
					flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95949 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crash landed 5 km S of Billers Boucage,
					Normandy, France Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6117.  5 crew became POW, 2 evaded capture.  The crew set
					the aircraft on fire.
				95950 (575th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Matching, Essex, England May 12, 1944.  All
					six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95951 (Air Transport Command) in landing accident at Roberts Field, Liberia Apr 2, 1944 while on ferry
					flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95953 (496th BS 344th BG, 9th AF) crashed at Broken Green Farm, Standon, England due to engine failure Aug 30, 1044.
					Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				95954 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) lost on ferry flight 70 mi E of Sardinia in Tyrrhenian Sea  Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 5824.
					3 crew and 9 passengers killed.
				95959 (34th BS, 17th BG, 1st Tactical Air Force) in taxiing accident at Dijon-Longvic airfield Y-9, France Feb 14, 1945.
					All crew survived, aircraft DBR.
				95964 (494th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA E of Caen, France and crashed near Lisieux, France Jul 24, 1944.  MACR 7478.
					All 6 crew bailed out, four became POW, one was killed when his parachute failed to open, and one evaded capture.
				95967  was Y5-P "Rosie O'Brady" in 495th BS, 344th BG.
				95969 (17th BG, 432nd BG, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Staz di Campoleone, Italy Feb 20, 1944.  MACR 2399.
					Five crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				95970 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down at night by Bf 110G-4 believed flown by Lt Gerhard Wagner
					from NJG 5/9 Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 6625.  3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				95974 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26B 42-95861 at Cormeilles-en-Vixin airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France
					and crashed Mar 28, 1945.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				95975 (Air Transport Command) in taxiing accident at Val de Caes Belem, Brazil Jan 23, 1944 while on ferry
					flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95976 (497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at Cormeilles-en-Vixin airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France due to engine
					failure Dec 29, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95977 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61 Picardy,
					France Jan 16, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				95978 (497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26G 43-34437 at Cormeilles-en-Vixin airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France
					Mar 13, 1945. Able to land.  All crew survived  aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95980 (344th BG) damaged by AAA, crew abandoned aircraft Oct 2, 1944.
				95981 (344th BG, 494th BS) in midair collison over Theydon Mount,
					Epping, Essex Mar 8, 1944.  All on board both aircraft killed.
					Wreckage found Feb 22/23, 1975
				95982 (344th BG, 496th BS) shot down by AAA Mar 24, 1945.
				95983 (440th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) in takeoff accident at Decimomann Airfield, Sardinia Sep 3, 1944.  All crew
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				95987 (17th BG, 34th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by Me 262A-1a/R-1 flown by Fw Otto Kammerdiener of JV 44
					 5 mi W of Schwabmunchen, Germany Apr 24, 1945.  MACR 14165.  All six crew killed
				95988 (438th BS, 319th BG, 12th AF) collided in midair with another aircraft 3 mi SE of Cagliari, Italy Jun 15, 1944.
					All crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				95991 (320th BG  442nd BS) crash landed due to battle damage on Aug 19, 1944 at Decimo, Corsica.
				95992 (442nd BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff at Alto airfield, Corsica Nov 4, 1944.  2 crew killed,
					3 survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				95997 (319th BG, 439th BS) crashed on takeoff Sep 23, 1944
				96003 (17th BG, 37th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by AAA 1.5 km S of Cell am Harmersbach, Germany 
					Dec 24, 1944.  MACR 11594.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				96006 loaned to French AF for training, tranferred fo French AF in North Africa Jul 1944.
				96010 (17th BG, 95th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over Toulon, France Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 7865
					There is a famous photo of this plane going down with the
					starboard wing on fire and an engine falling off.  4 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				96011 (319th BG, 437th BS) lost in crashed May 2, 1944.
				96013 (444th BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crashed on takeoff one mile from end of runway at Decimomannu airfield, Sardinia
					Aug 15, 1944 after loss of power.  All 6 crewmen were injured but able to get out and survived.
					Aircraft destroyed by fire.
				96021 (17th BG, 34th BS, 12th AF) shot down by AAA near Bosco, Italy Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 6682.  6 crew killed,
					2 bailed out (one became POW, one evaded capture)
				96022 (441st BS, 320th BG, 12th AF) crashed in Mediterranean Sea from unknown cause 40 mi off south coast of Sardinia
					Jun 17, 1944 while of ferry flight from Algeria to Sardinia .  MACR 6039.  All 5 crew and 8 French soldier
					passengers were killed.
				96025 (319th BG, 438th BS) crashed into sea on return Aug 19, 1944
				96027 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at unknown location Jul 1944.  All 7 crew survivded.
					Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
42-96029/96228		Martin B-26B-55-MA Marauder
				96029 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2.5 km E of Le Parc, 14 KM E of St Pol, 
					France Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 4217.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				96030 served with 394th BG, 585th BS from Mar 1944 until Aprl 12, 1945.
					Damaged in battle on or about Apr 12, 1945 and condemned May 1945.
				96031 (394th BG, 585th BS) abandoned by crew Dec 13, 1944
				96032 (387th BG) lost Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12607.  Also listed as force landed at RAF Great Dunmow
					Apr 8, 1944 due to engine failure.  4 crew killed, 2 injured and survived.  MACR 15193
				96033 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 5 mi NNE of Amiens, France Aug 28, 1944. MACR 8613.
					Three crew killed, three bailed out, two of which became POW, and one evaded capture.
				96038 (551st Service Squadron, 347th Service Group, 8th AF) in landing accident at Atkinson Field,
					British Guiana Apr 21, 1944 while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96039 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landade at RAF Boreham, Essex, England due to engine
					failure Apr 20, 1944.  All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96040 (394th BG, 586th BS) shot down W of Dulmen, Germany by Fw 190D-9 flown by Ofhr Johann
					Spahn of JG 26/5 Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12590.  4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				96041 (323rd BG, 455th BS) damaged by AAA and crew bailed out Apr 8, 1945.
				96042 (394th BG, 586th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Neuvilette, 5 km S of Frevent, France
					Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 4218.  6 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				96043 (587th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in forced landing at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74 Cambrai,
					France due to mechanical failure Dec 9, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96044 (394th BG, 585th BS) collided with 43-34228.  Both crashed Feb 25, 1945
				96049 (587th BS, 394th BG) shot down AAA Feb 21, 1945 on mission to Vlotho railway
					Bridge near Munster, Germany.  MACR 12560. 5 crew bailed out and became POW.  One died in
					hospital of wounds.
				96050 (394th BG, 587th BS) collided in bad weather with 41-96263 over county of
					Kent, England and both crashed Jun 6, 1944.  Crashed at East Couurt Farm,
					Gillingham, Kent, England.
				96051 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, Cambrai,
					France Jan 11, 1945.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96052 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in forced landing at RAF Hurn, Dorset, England Aug 9, 1944
					due to engine failure.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96053 (394th BG, 586th BS) crashed into hillside in bad weather Dec 2, 1944
				96056 (586th BS, 3904th BG, 9th AF) in ground accident while parked at Tour-en-Bessin Airfield A-13
					Basse-Normandie france Oct 21, 1944.  Damaged by explosion of B-26F 42-96267 which crashed on
					takeoff and its bombs exploded.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				96057 (394th BG, 585th BS) crashed near Guisse Dec 2, 1944
				96058 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 1/2 km So f Leglautiers, 7 km ESE of 
					Saint Just-en-Chaussee, France May 10, 1944.  MACR 4513.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				96060 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at unknown location Apr 13, 1944.  All 6 crew 
					survived.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96061 (394th BG, 584th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Rommersheim, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11402.
					4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				96067 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA Apr 16, 1945, 2-5 mi from Wittenburg, Germany. 
					MACR 14453. All 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				96068 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at unknown location Jul 18, 1944.  All 6 crew survived,
					aircraft damage, unknown if repaired.
				96069 (587th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Boreham, Essex, England due to engine
					failure May 31, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96071 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed after hitting telephone pole on takeoff at Cambrai/Niergnies
					airfield A-74 Cambrai, France Jan 9, 1945.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
					if repaired.
				96073 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-47D 42-75278 at RAF Debach, Suffolk,
					England May 17, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96077 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Laon/Athies Airfield A-69 Picardy, France
					Dec 3, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96078 (397th BG, 599th BS, "Slightly Dangerous") crashed at Rivenhall Jun 17, 1944.
				96079 (394th BG, 587th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA NW of Abbeville, France Apr 22, 1944.  MACR 4602.
					All 6 crew bailed out.  4 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				96080 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed near Fresnay, 30 mi NW of Le Mans,
					France Aug 9, 1944.  MACR 9206.  3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				96083 (386th BG, 554th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA E of Tours, France Jul 31, 1944.  MACR 7661.
					3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and were captured and became POW.
				96084 (386th BG, 554rd BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Manston, Kent, Englnd while returning from an aborted
					mission Sep 11, 1944.  All six crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96086 (394th BG, 587th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 4 km W of Lunbres, 15 km W of Saint Omer,
					France Apr 21, 1944.  MACR 4615.  Three crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				96087 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 mi WSW of Caen, France Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6383
					All 8 crew killed.
				96091 (HQ Squadron, 397th BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Heston, Middlesex, England Oct 3, 1944.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96092 (387th BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed near Andernach, Germany Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12607.
					All eight crew bailed out, six became POW, one was killed, and one evaded capture.
				96093 (397th BG, 596th BS) blew tire on takeoff, gear collapsed, burned Jul 18, 1944
				96094 (344th BG, 496th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Biebrich, Germany and crshed between Weisbaden and Biebrich,
					Germany Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12952.  4 crew killed, 3 bailed out (2 became POW, one believed evaded capture)
				96096 (553rd BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Deanland, Sussex, England
					due to engine failure and fuel exhaustion Jul 12, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96100 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Bessancoutt, 6 km SE of Pontoise, France May 27, 1944.  
					MACR 5123.  One crewman killed, 5 bailed out and were captured and became POW.
				96101 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 12 km SE of Pontoise, France Aug 9, 1944.  MACR 7841.
					All 9 crew bailed out and 4 became POW.  3 evaded capture, 2 were killed.
				96102 (391st BG, 573rd BS) ran out of fuel over Rochford, UK Sep 24, 1944
				96103 (585th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) engines failed and crashed at Louppy-sou-Loisou, France Dec 12, 1944.
					All 6 crew bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				96105 (585th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at airstrip near Cherbourt, France after being hit by
					flak Aug 2, 1944.  Pilot died of injures, 5 bailed out, but one killed.  4 survived but 2 were injured.
				96110 (599th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) crash landed near Rye, East Sussex, England Jun 7, 1944 due to
					engine failure.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96111 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72, Estress Mons,
					France Feb 2, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96113 (585th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Lisieux, France Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7652.  Six
					crew kiled, 2 bailed out and fate unknown.
				96115 (397th BG, 597th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Germany Feb 15, 1945.  No MACR.  Fate of crew unknown.
				96116 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 1/4 mi W of Jouy-le-Moutier, France Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5713.
					All 6 crewmen bailed out, four were captured and became POW, one was killed when his parachute failed
					to open.
				96117 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Saint Leu, 7 km SW of Creil, France 
					Jun 12, 1944.  MACR 6050.  5 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				96118 (397th BG, 597th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Beaumont-le-Roger, France Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7876.
					All six crew bailed out and became POW.
				96120 (397th BG, 597th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Sartrouville, France Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6197.
					All six crew bailed out, 5 became POW, one evaded capture.
				96121 (397th BG, 597th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Sartrouville, France Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6199.
					All 6 crew bailed out, 4 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				96122 (599th BS, 397th BW, 9th AF) crash landed near Rye, East Sussex, England due to mechnical failure.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96123 (397th BG, 597th BS) crashed
				96124 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) crashed after takeoff 3 km SE of Wassigny France Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 15875.
					All six crew killed.
				96127 (397th BG, 597th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Bazemont, France Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6200.
					All six crew killed.
				96129 (397th BG, 598th BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA over  Bretville, France Jul 7, 1944 and flew until crashed
					2 km W of Pont l'Eveque Calvados.  MACR 6632.  4 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				96130 (Air Transport Command) lost over South Atlantic during ferry flight Feb 20, 1944 from Ascension
					Island to Roberts Field, Liberia.  MACR 3006.  All 5 crew killed.
				96132 (598th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) crashed in English Channel 400 yds off Friston, East Sussex Jun 17, 1944.  
					It had been hit by flak and was returning on one engine.
					1 crewman was KIA by flak, 5 crew survived.
				96133 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Paris, France Jun 24, 1944.  No MACR.  Fate of
					crew of six unknown.
				96134 (397th BG, 599th BS) hit by AAA and abandoned by crew Dec 25, 1944
				96135 (397th BG, 599th BS, 9th AF) crashed at Grange Hill, Coggeshall, UK Jun 17, 1944 after ran out of fuel
					while returning from mission to France.  MACR 15301.  Aircraft was damaged by AAA and one engine was out.
					MACR 15301.  Seven crew killed, one survived.
				96137 (397th BG, 597th BS) shot down May 13, 1944
				96138 (397th BG, 598th BS) hit by fighters, crashed and burned Jul 9, 1944
				96143 (397th BG, 596th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Amberville, 15 km ESE of Dieppe, France
					May 8, 1944.  MACR 4429.  All six crew bailed out, 4 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				96144 (397th BG, 596th BS, 9th AF, "Bank Nite Betty") shot down Dec 23, 1944 over
					St. Vith, Germany.  All 7 crew KIA.  MACR 11483
				96148 (397th BG, "Philly Filly") crashed on return from mission Dec 23, 1944
					but was repaired and returned to service.  With 596th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF in takeoff accident at
					Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72, Estress Mons, France Apr 19, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft
					badly damage, unknown if repaired.
				96151 (596th BS, 297th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons,
					France Apr 4, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96152 (397th BG, 596th BS, 9th AF, "Missouri Mule II") crashed 5 mi SE of Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72
					Estress Mons, France due to engine failure while on routine training flight Apr 5, 1945.  MACR 15919.
					All three crew killed.
				96153 was X2-N "The Joker" in 596th BS, 397th BG.
				96156 (596th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Luneville Airfield Y-2, France Apr 16, 1945.
					All crew survived aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				96158 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 25 mi SE of Trier, Germany
					Apr 4, 1945.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96159 (Air Transport Command) crashed on takeoff at Val de Caes Belem, Brazil Mar 2, 1944 while on ferry flight.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96160 (397th BG, 598th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Stadecken, Germany Mar 18, 1945.  Pilot able to
					fly for 4 more minutes, then crashed.  MACR 13140.  Pilot killed in crash, 6 crew bailed out and became
					POW.
				96161 (397th BG, 598th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons, France
					Dec 12, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96162 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) crashed 1 mi S of Courtisols, France due to snow storm while on
					weather recon mission Jan 30, 1945.  MACR 15662.  All six crew killed.
				96163 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in forced landing at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons, France
					Nov 25, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96164 (558th BS, 387th BG, 9th AF) transferred June 18, 1944.  Shot down by AAA and crashed at Budenheim
					4 km NW of Koblenz, Germany Feb 14, 1945. MACR 12343.  4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				96166 (397th BG, 599th BS, 9th AF) crash landed at RAF Newchurch, Kent, UK May 24, 1944 due to one
					engine out and flak damage while returning from a mission.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96168 (397th BG, 599th BS) in midair collision with B-26B 42-96169 NE of Courtalain, France, spun and 
					crashed Aug 3, 1944.  MACR 7870.  All 9 crew killed.
				96169 (599th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in midiair collision with B-26B 42-96168 at Courtalain, France, 
					landed at Tour-en-Bessin Airfield A-13, France Aug 3, 1944.  Repaired and transferred to 394th BG.
					Crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, Cambrai, France Mar 1, 1945 
					due to mechanical failure.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyued.  MACR 7870.
				96170 (599th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in forced landing in friendly territory in France after one engine
					caught fire and failed and flak damage Aug 10, 1944.  Three crew bailed out 2 mi NW of Conde-sur-Noireau,
					France and returned to duty.  6 crew stayed with aircraft and survived.  Aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.
				96171 assigned to 599th BS, 397th BG, RAF Hurn, Bournemouth, England .  In forced landing 18 mi NS of Rheims,
					France Jan 22, 1945 after ran out of fuel.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96172 (599th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Laon/Athies Airfield A-69 Picardy, France
					Jan 13, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96173 (394th BG, 584th BS) damaged by flak and fighters and abandoned Mar 2, 1945
				96174 (397th BG, 599th BS) crashed in UK May 11, 1944
				96177 (397th BG, 599th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Thoiry, 27 km N of Rambouillet, France
					 Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6218.  All six crew bailed out, 3 became POW, 3 evaded capture.
				96179 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) in crashed during wheels-up belly landing 1 mi S of Chateaqudun Airfield
					A-39, France Oct 5, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96182 (397th BG, 599th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 11 Dec 23, 1944 and
					crashed at Udersdorf, Germany.  MACR 11487.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				96183 (599th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons, 
					France Jan 11, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96184 (554th BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Trouville, France and crashed in English Channel 1 mi off the coast
					of Trouville, France Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7875.  All 6 crew bailed out, 5 were captured and became POW, one
					was killed when his parachute failed to open.
				96188 (397th BG, 596th BS) crashlanded Jul 7, 1944 after bombing near Caen.
				96189 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Cormeilles-en-Vixin airfield A-59 Boissy l'Aillerie, France
					Jan 14, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96190 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) damaged by AAA, abandoned by crew over Isle of Wight May 12, 1944.  
					MACR 11384.  All six crew bailed out, four were rescued, two bailed out over the target in France (one
					was killed, one MIA)
				96191 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF)in landing accident at Venlo Airfield Y-55, Netherlands Apr 25, 1945.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96193 (397th BG, 599th BS) crashed in UK Jun 7, 1944.
				96194 (597th BS, 397th BGk 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons, France
					Apr 16, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96195 (586th BS, 394th BG, "Barbara Ann") flew 147 combat missions. Shot down by AAA over Gey, Germany 
					Nov 18, 1944.  Fate of crew of 6 unknown
				96196 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in forced landing near Whitehall Farm, Norfolk, England Jun 8, 1944 due
					to engine failure.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96197 (397th BG, 596th BS, 9th AF) crashed during wheels up belly landing 1 mi S of Roisel, France due
					to engine failure Mar 10, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96199 (387th BG, 557th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Chantres, France May 26, 1944 and crashed near
					Andrevillers, 8 kmSE of Chantres, France.  MACR 5034.  3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				96201 (397th BG, 599th BS, "Blind Date") wrecked on return
					to base after mission of Dec 23, 1944.
				96203 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) in landing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61
					Picardy, France Dec 23, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed
				96204 (58rth BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AA over Neuwid, Germany Nov 21, 1944.  8 crew killed,
					one bailed out and became POW.
				96206 (394th BG, 587th BS, 9th AF) shot down over Schijndel AB, Netherlands Feb 9, 1945.  Fate of crew
					unknown.
				96207 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26G 43-34212 over Cambrai/Epinoy airfield
					A-75, Cambrai, France and crashed Dec 18, 1944.  Unknown number of crew killed.
				96209 (386th BG, 553rd BS) crashlanded in France Jul 31, 1944
				96210 (394th BG, 587th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 km W of Bricy Airfield near Orleans, France
					Jun 14, 1944.  MACR 6194.  All six crew killed.
				96213 (394th BG, 586th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Heltern, Germany Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13040.
					Three crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				96214 (344th BG, 494th BS) hit by AAA and crashed into hillside at Chanly, Belgium Nov 19, 1944.  
					MACR 13038.  2 crew killed, 4 bailed out and survived and returned to unit.
				96215 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Andrews Field, Essex, England due to engine failure
					Sep 19, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96216 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Le Culot Airfield A-89, Belgium Apr 10, 1945.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96219 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons,
					France Dec 1, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96220 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Moyland Forest, 7km SW of Kleve, Germany Oct 7, 1944.  
					MACR 9272.  3 crewmen killed, 3 bailed out and were captured and became POW.
				96221 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 2 km S of St Martin near Lisieux, France
					Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7853.  2 crew killed, four bailed out and evaded capture.
				96223 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) shot down NNE of Euskirchen, Germany by 
					Fw 190-A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit Dec 23, 1944.  5 crew killed, one bailed out and
					became POW.  MACR 15002
				96224 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Lisieux, France Aug 7, 1944.  MACR 7859.
					Five crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				96225 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Wittenburg, Germany Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14463.
					5 crewmen killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				96226 (394th BG, 584th BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA near Grevenbroich, Germany left formation under 
					control with engine on fire Feb 14, 1945.  Crashed 4 km N of Niederkruchten, 14 km W of Muchen-Gladbach,
					Germany.  MACR 12345 .  3 crew kiled, 3 bailed out and became POW.
42-96229/96328		Martin B-26F-1-MA Marauder
				96230 converted to TB-26F.  Damaged in taxiing accident at Frederick AAF, OK Jul 2, 1945.
				96234 (555th BS, 386th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AA over Caen, France Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7048.
					Four crew killed, two bailed out and evaded capture.
				96237 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				96243 crashlanded in France Dec 1944.
				96244 (497th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at RAF Zeals, Wiltshire, England Aug 9, 1944.  All crew survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				96246 (387th BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at RAF Chipping Ongar, Essex, England Jul 17, 1944.
					Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96249 (394th BG, 587th BS, 9th AF) collided with 42-107592 and crashed Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 15750.  
					The collision took place over Battle, East Sussex, on the south coast of England, while on mission
					to bomb gun emplacements in Varreville, France on D-Day.  The crew of
					42-96249 all were killed when the plane crashed at Ashburnham Place.  The
					crew of 42-107592 remained on board to jettison bombs before crashing at
					Whatlington Level, only the pilot survived. 
				96251 (Air Transport Command) crashed on takeoff at Marrakech airfield, Morocco Mar 27, 1944 during ferry
					flight.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed. 
				96252 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed during landing near Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
					due to engine failure Dec 23, 1944.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96254 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and creah-landed on Normandy beachhead, France 
					Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 15285.  5 crew killed, one survived
				96256 (454th BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF, "Ugly Duckling") hit by rocket fired by Me 262A-1a/R-1 flown by Uffz Johann Karl Muller of JV 44 
					near Memmingham, Germany and crashlanded in Germany near Allied lines Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14151.  
					1 crewman killed, 5 survived.
				96257 (452nd BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) on one engine, abandoned by crew over English Channel Jul 30, 1944.
					MACR 12267.  All 6 crew bailed, 5 were rescued, one was killed.
				96259 (645th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61 Picardy, France Jan 8, 1945.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96261 (453rd BS, 323rd BG, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Limburg, Germany Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 13088.  2 crew bailed out
					and became POW.  Able to return to base with 4 crew.  Unknown if repaired.
				96262 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France due
					to engine failure Dec 23, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96263 (394th BG, 587th BS) collided in bad weather with 42-96050 over Gillingham, county of
					Kent, England, both crashed Jun 6, 1944.  Crashed into an orchard at Corporation Road,
					Gillingham, Kent, England.  MACR 16040.  All six crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96265 (451st BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy,
					France Feb 14, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96266 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) crashed at Vernando-Villers, France Jan 22, 1945.  All crew 
					killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96267 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Tour-en-Bessin Airfield A-13 Basse-Normandie,
					France Oct 21, 1944.  Aircraft stalled due to prop wash and crashed  on the runway and bombs
					exploded.  One crewman killed, 5 survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				96268 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) in landing accident at Clastres Airfield A-71, Picardy, France Nov 25, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96270 (322nd BG, 445th BS, 9th AF) hit by flak over Eschwieler, Germany Sep 23, 1944 and crash landed at Airfield
					A-73 that was under construction at Liege, Belgium.  MACR 9097.  All 6 crew survived, but 2 were wounded.
					Aircraft broke in half while being removed from field and was salvaged.
				96271 (584th Bs, 394th BG, 9th AF) collided with 43-34141 on takeoff at Orleans-Bricy airfield A-50, 
					France Oct 8, 1944 and crashed.  All six crew killed.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				96272 (587th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
					Feb 2, 1945.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96273 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) in wheels-up belly landing at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England
					Aug 9, 1944.  All 6 crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96274 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons,
					France Dec 25, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96275 (386th BG, 553rd BS, 9th AF) exploded in midair over Dorsel, Germany after hit by a bomb dropped from
					above by another B-26 Dec 15, 1944.  MACR 11484.  All 6 crew killed.
				96277 (452nd BS, 322nd Bg, 9th AF) in landing accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy,
					France Jan 16, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96278 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) hit by AAA over France and crash landed at British airfield
					B-10 at Plumetot, France Aug 11, 1944.  5 crew bailed out over the airfield, pilot landed the aircraft.
					Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96279 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26G 43-34132 at Beauvais/Tille Airfield
					A-61, Picardy, france Dec 31, 1944.  Able to land.  All crew survived, aicraft damaged, unknown
					if repaired.
				96280 (397th BG, 597th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 11 Dec 23,1944 and
					crashed at Kinzenburg, Germany.  MACR 11349.  All 6 crew bailed out and became POW
				96284 (386th BG, 552nd BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 3 km N of Cleres, 20 km N of Rouen, France Aug 16, 1944.  
					MACR 7647.  3 crew killed, one due to hia parachute on fire after bailout, four crew bailed out and
					were captured and became POW.
				96286 (386th BG, 555th BS, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Great Dunmow, Essex, England Aug 9, 1944.  All 6 crew	
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96288 (397th BG, 596th BS, 9th AF) collided in midair with another aircraft near Beauraing, Belgium Nov 30, 1944.
					All crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96289 (397th BG, 599th BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA near Dreux, France Aug 9, 1944 and crash landed at
					La Grande Rosiere, France.  MACR 7788.  3 crew killed, 3 crew became POW.
				96291 (380th Service Squadron, 70th Service Group, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Laon/Athies Airfield A-69
					Picardy, France Jan 22, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96292 (322nd BG, 451st BS) left engine on fire, dropped out of formation Nov 18, 1944
				96293 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Beauvais/Tille Airfield A-61, Picardy,
					France jAN 29, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96294 (585th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed during landing at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
					Jan 13, 1945.  All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96297 (597th BS, 397th Bg, 9th AF) in landing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons,	
					France Apr 25, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96300 (586th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Arien, Belgium Jan 23, 1945.  Unknown
					number of crew killed. Aircraft was destroyed.
				96301 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) exploded from unknown cause at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
					Mar 26, 1945.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96302 (597th BS, 397th BS, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Dreux/Vernouillet Airfield A-41, France
					Sep 15, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96304 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England Jul 8, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96305 (17th BG, 37th BS) damaged and ditched in sea Jul 12, 1944
				96306 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) MIA over Burgbernheim, Germany Mar 28, 1945.  MACR 13519.
					All 6 crew MIA and believed killed.
				96307 (326th Ferry Squadron, 31st Air Transport Group, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Grove, Oxfordshire,
					England May 14, 1944 while on ferry flight.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				96308 (598th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield A-72 Estress Mons, 
					France Oct 8, 1944.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96309 (387th BG, 557th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Witry, Belgium Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 10877.
					Three crew killed, four bailed out and evaded capture.
				96313 (391st BG, 572nd BS) crashed on landing Jan 22, 1945
				96314 (391st BG, 574th BS) crashlanded near base Aug 17, 1944
				96315 (598th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) in forced landing 1/2 mi E of Hamelet, France after ran out
					of fuel Feb 2, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				96322 assigned to 320th BG
				96324 (386th BG, 555th BS) shot down by AAA over France Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7048
				96325 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Creil Airfield A-81, France Nov 8, 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				96326 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
					Mar 24, 1945.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly dmaged, unknown if repaired.
				96327 (387th BG, 558th BS) lost to enemy action Jul 18, 1944
				96328 (17th BG, 37th BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by Me 262A-1a/R1 flown by Genlt Adolf Galland of JV 44 
					over Neuburg, Germany Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14164.  All six crew killed.
42-96329/96428		Martin B-26F-2-MA Marauder
				For RAF and SAAF as Marauder III HD402/HD501
				96329 to RAF as Marauder III HD402.  SOC May 30, 1946
				96330 to RAF as Marauder III HD403.  Destroyed by fire after swinging on takeoff from
					Shandur, Egypt Aug 14, 1944
				96331 to RAF as Marauder III HD404.  Dove into ground on approach to El Shatt when
					engine caught fire Sep 27, 1944
				96332 to RAF as Marauder III HD405.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96333 to RAF as Marauder III HD406.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96334 to RAF as Marauder III HD407.  Collided with Marauder HD450 (ex 42-96377) over
					Kufur Nigm, Egypt Sep 19, 1944.  Returned safely to base but not repaired and
					presumably subsequently scrapped.
				96335 to RAF as Marauder III HD408.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96336 to RAF as Marauder III HD409.  Destroyed at Pescara, Italy Sep 9, 1944 when
					bomb exploded while being fused.
				96337 to RAF as Marauder III HD410.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96338 to RAF as Marauder III HD411.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
				96339 to RAF as Marauder III HD412.  SOC May 6, 1946
				96340 to RAF as Marauder III HD413.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96341 to RAF as Marauder III HD414.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96342 to RAF as Marauder III HD415.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96343 to RAF as Marauder III HD416.  DBR Jul 4, 1944.
             		96344 to RAF as Marauder III HD417.  Caught fire in air and crashed on approach to
             			Khartoum, Sudan Jun 3, 1944.
             		96345 to RAF as Marauder III HD418.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96346 to RAF as Marauder III HD419.  Crashed in jungle near Atkinson Field, British
             			Guiana Apr 11, 1944 after engine cut on takeoff.
             		96347 to RAF as Marauder III HD420.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96348 to RAF as Marauder III HD421.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96349 to RAF as Marauder III HD422.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96350 to RAF as Marauder III HD423.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96351 to RAF as Marauder III HD424.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96352 to RAF as Marauder III HD425.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96353 to RAF as Marauder III HD426.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96354 to RAF as Marauder III HD427.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96355 to RAF as Marauder III HD428.  Wrecked when bellylanded at Kasfareet,
             			Egypt Jun 18, 1945 after undercarriage jammed
             		96356 to RAF as Marauder III HD429.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96357 to RAF as Marauder III HD430.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96358 to RAF as Marauder III HD431.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96359 to RAF as Marauder III HD432.  Crashed on takeoff from Accra, Gold coast Apr 23, 1944
             		96360 to RAF as Marauder III HD433.  Lost Jul 6, 1944
             		96361 to RAF as Marauder III HD434.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96362 to RAF as Marauder III HD435.  Crashed on takeoff from Accra, Gold Coast Apr 30, 1944
             		96363 to RAF as Marauder III HD436.  DBR when overshot during forced landing at Iesi, Italy
             			Dec 2, 1944 after engine failed in circuit.
             		96364 to RAF as Marauder III HD437.  Crashed on takeoff and blew up, Kabrit, Egypt Jul 6, 1944
             		96365 to RAF as Marauder III HD438.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96366 to RAF as Marauder III HD439.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
             		96367 to RAF as Marauder III HD440.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
             		96368 to RAF as Marauder III HD441.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96369 to RAF as Marauder III HD442.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96370 to RAF as Marauder III HD443.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96371 to RAF as Marauder III HD444.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96372 to RAF as Marauder III HD445.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96373 to RAF as Marauder III HD446.  Collided with Marauder HD559 (ex 42-96484) and crashed
             			El Shatt  Feb 9, 1945
             		96374 to RAF as Marauder III HD447.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
             		96375 to RAF as Marauder III HD448.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96376 to RAF as Marauder III HD449.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
             		96377 to RAF as Marauder III HD450.  Collided with Marauder HD407 (ex 42-96334) Sep 19, 1944
             			and crashed into Great Bitter Lake, Egypt
             		96378 to RAF as Marauder III HD451.  Wrecked when struck by Mustang FB246 (ex 42-103140) whilst
             			parked at Iesi, Italy Nov 16, 1944
             		96379 to RAF as Marauder III HD452.  Crashed into sea after takeoff from Pescara, Italy Aug 14, 1944
             		96380 to RAF as Marauder III HD453.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96381 to RAF as Marauder III HD454.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96382 to RAF as Marauder III HD455.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96383 to RAF as Marauder III HD456. Relegated to ground instructional airframe Sep 28, 1944
             			and presumably subsequently scrapped
             		96384 to RAF as Marauder III HD457.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96385 to RAF as Marauder III HD458.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
             		96386 to RAF as Marauder III HD459.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
             		96387 to RAF as Marauder III HD460.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96388 to RAF as Marauder III HD461.  Collided with Maraude HD547 (ex 42-96474) and crashed
             			Mar 14, 1945 during raid on Pontebba, Italy
             		96389 to RAF as Marauder III HD462.  Relegated to ground instructional airframe Feb 22, 1945
             			and presumably subsequently scrapped.
             		96390 to RAF as Marauder III HD463.  Swung on takeoff and broke up at Kabrit, Egypt Aug 14, 1944.
             		96391 to RAF as Marauder III HD464.  Dove out of cloud into ground 8 mi SE of Iesi,
             			Italy Feb 20, 1945.
             		96392 to RAF as Marauder III HD465.  Shot down by AAA over Pontelagoscure Aug 14, 1944
             		96393 to RAF as Marauder III HD466.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96394 to RAF as Marauder III HD467.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96395 to RAF as Marauder III HD468.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and undercarriage
             			collapsed, Ciampino, Italy Sep 19, 1944
             		96396 to RAF as Marauder III HD469.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96397 to RAF as Marauder III HD470.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96398 to RAF as Marauder III HD471.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96399 to RAF as Marauder III HD472.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96400 to RAF as Marauder III HD473.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96401 to RAF as Marauder III HD474.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96402 to RAF as Marauder III HD475.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96403 to RAF as Marauder III HD476.  Soc Mar 14, 1946
             		96404 to RAF as Marauder III HD477.  Shot down by AAA over Arsa Mar 8, 1945
             		96405 to RAF as Marauder III HD478.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96406 to RAF as Marauder III HD479.  Missing from navigational exercise Jan 6, 1945
             		96407 to RAF as Marauder III HD480.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96408 to RAF as Marauder III HD481.  Shot down by AAA 12 mi NE of Ferrara, Italy Apr 21,1945
             		96409 to RAF as Marauder III HD482.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96410 to RAF as Marauder III HD483.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96411 to RAF as Marauder III HD484.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
             		96412 to RAF as Marauder III HD485.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96413 to RAF as Marauder III HD486.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96414 to RAF as Marauder III HD487.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96415 to RAF as Marauder III HD488.  SOC Mar 18, 1946
             		96416 to RAF as Marauder III HD489.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96417 to RAF as Marauder III HD490.  Shot down by AAA ov er Rimini, Italy Sep 4, 1944
             		96418 to RAF as Marauder III HD491.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96419 to RAF as Marauder III HD492.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96420 to RAF as Marauder III HD493.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96421 to RAF as Marauder III HD494.  Crashed in forced landing 3 mi E of Bilbeis, Egypt
             			Feb 13, 1945 after engine failure
             		96422 to RAF as Marauder III HD495.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96423 to RAF as Marauder III HD496.  Exploded when ditching 3 mi S of Senegallia, Italy after
             			engine caught fire Dec 26, 1944
             		96424 to RAF as Marauder III HD497.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
             		96425 to RAF as Marauder III HD498.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
             		96426 to RAF as Marauder III HD499.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96427 to RAF as Marauder III HD500.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
             		96428 to RAF as Marauder III HD501.  Exploded on bombing run Dec 29, 1944 
42-96429/96528		Martin B-26F-6-MA Marauder
				For RAF and SAAF as Marauder III HD502/HD601
				96429 to RAF as Marauder III HD502.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96430 to RAF as Marauder III HD503.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96431 to RAF as Marauder III HD504.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96432 to RAF as Marauder III HD505.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96433 to RAF as Marauder III HD506.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96434 to RAF as Marauder III HD507.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96435 to RAF as Marauder III HD508.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96436 to RAF as Marauder III HD509.  Crashed 4 mi S of Forli, Italy when
					abandoned after flak damage Dec 11, 1944
				96437 to RAF as Marauder III HD510.  SOC Feb 28, 1945
				96438 to RAF as Marauder III HD511.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96439 to RAF as Marauder III HD512.  W/o when bellylanded 90 mi W of Geneina
					after engine failure May 30, 1944
				96440 to RAF as Marauder III HD513.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96441 to RAF as Marauder III HD514.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96442 to RAF as Marauder III HD515.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96443 to RAF as Marauder III HD516.  SOC Mar 14, 1947
				96444 to RAF as Marauder III HD517.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96445 to RAF as Marauder III HD518.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96446 to RAF as Marauder III HD519.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96447 to RAF as Marauder III HD520.  DBR when struck while parked by USAAF B-24
					at Iesi, Italy Oct 16, 1944
				96448 to RAF as Marauder III HD521.  Wrecked when overshot landing at 
					Rimini, Italy Feb 8, 1945.
				96449 to RAF as Marauder III HD522.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
				96450 to RAF as Marauder III HD523.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96451 to RAF as Marauder III HD524.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96452 to RAF as Marauder III HD525.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96453 to RAF as Marauder III HD526.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96454 to RAF as Marauder III HD527.  SOC Nov 30, 1944
				96455 to RAF as Marauder III HD528.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96456 to RAF as Marauder III HD529.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96457 to RAF as Marauder III HD530.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96458 to RAF as Marauder III HD531.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				96459 to RAF as Marauder III HD532.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96460 to RAF as Marauder III HD533.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96461 to RAF as Marauder III HD534.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96462 to RAF as Marauder III HD535.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96463 to RAF as Marauder III HD536.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96464 to RAF as Marauder III HD537.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96465 to RAF as Marauder III HD538.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				96466 to RAF as Marauder III HD539.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96467 to RAF as Marauder III HD540.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				96468 to RAF as Marauder III HD541.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96469 to RAF as Marauder III HD542.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96470 to RAF as Marauder III HD543.  Damaged by explosion of Marauder HD501 (ex 42-96428) and
					crashed Dec 29, 1944
				96471 to RAF as Marauder III HD544.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96472 to RAF as Marauder III HD545.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96473 to RAF as Marauder III HD546.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96474 to RAF as Marauder III HD547.  Collided with Marauder HD461 (ex 42-96388) and crashed
					near Pontebba, Italy Mar 14, 1945
				96475 to RAF as Marauder III HD548.  DBR Jun 4, 1944.
				96476 to RAF as Marauder III HD549.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96477 to RAF as Marauder III HD550.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96478 to RAF as Marauder III HD551.  SOC May 1945
				96479 to RAF as Marauder III HD552.  Wrecked when overshot following abandoned takeoff and
					undercarriage collapsed, Biferno, Italy Jun 5, 1945
				96480 to RAF as Marauder III HD553.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96481 to RAF as Marauder III HD554.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96482 to RAF as Marauder III HD555.  Crashed during ferry flight at Maidaguri Dec 6, 1945
				96483 to RAF as Marauder III HD556.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96484 to RAF as Marauder III HD557.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96485 to RAF as Marauder III HD558.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				96486 to RAF as Marauder III HD559.  Collided with Marauder HD446 (ex 42-96373) during
					formation practice and crashed at El Shatt Feb 9, 1945
				96487 to RAF as Marauder III HD560.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96488 to RAF as Marauder III HD561.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
				96489 to RAF as Marauder III HD562.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96490 to RAF as Marauder III HD563.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96491 to RAF as Marauder III HD564.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96492 to RAF as Marauder III HD565.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96493 to RAF as Marauder III HD566.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96494 to RAF as Marauder III HD567.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96495 to RAF as Marauder III HD568.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96496 to RAF as Marauder III HD569.  Destroyed when swung on takeoff, hit other aircraft
					and bombload exploded at Iesi, Italy Jan 11, 1945
				96497 to RAF as Marauder III HD570.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96498 to RAF as Marauder III HD571.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96499 to RAF as Marauder III HD572.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96500 to RAF as Marauder III HD573.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96501 to RAF as Marauder III HD574.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96502 to RAF as Marauder III HD575.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96503 to RAF as Marauder III HD576.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96504 to RAF as Marauder III HD577.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96505 to RAF as Marauder III HD578.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96506 to RAF as Marauder III HD579.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96507 to RAF as Marauder III HD580.  Lost power and crashed on approach to Pescara, Italy
					Sep 27, 1944
				96508 to RAF as Marauder III HD581.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96509 to RAF as Marauder III HD582.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96510 to RAF as Marauder III HD583.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96511 to RAF as Marauder III HD584.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96512 to RAF as Marauder III HD585.  Crashed after crew abandoned aircraft following flak
					damage near Castelfranco, Italy Jan 27, 1945.
				96513 to RAF as Marauder III HD586.  SOC Mar 14, 1946 
				96514 to RAF as Marauder III HD587.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96515 to RAF as Marauder III HD588.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96516 to RAF as Marauder III HD589.  Blew up on bombing run during raid on Gothic Line, Italy
					Aug 31, 1944
				96517 to RAF as Marauder III HD590.  SOC Sep 28, 1946
				96518 to RAF as Marauder III HD591.  Hit by flak and crashed in sea 5 mi SE of Rimini, Italy
					Sep 13, 1944
				96519 to RAF as Marauder III HD592.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96520 to RAF as Marauder III HD593.  DBR when nosewheel collapsed on landing at Aviano,
					Italy May 18, 1945
				96521 to RAF as Marauder III HD594.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96522 to RAF as Marauder III HD595.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96523 to RAF as Marauder III HD596.  Crashed after crew abandoned aircraft following
					flak damage ove Rimini, Italy Sep 4, 1944
				96524 to RAF as Marauder III HD597.  SOC Apr 14, 1946
				96525 to RAF as Marauder III HD598.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				96526 to RAF as Marauder III HD599.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				96527 to RAF as Marauder III HD600.  SOC Feb 22, 1945
				96528 to RAF as Marauder III HD601.  Crashed when drifted off runway during single-engined
					landing at Fano, Italy Jan 18, 1945.
42-96529/96802		Curtiss C-46A-45-CU Commando
				MSN 30191/30464
				96708/96710, 96722, 96728, 96751, 96765, 96780,
					96782/96784, 96786, 96787 delivered as C-46D-1-CU.
				96605, 96756 converted to TC-46A.
				96529 (MSN 30191/CU727) delivered to USAAF Jun 1944. Attached to 16CCS/4CCG at Bowman Field, Louisville, Ky had a minor take off \
					accident due to an engine failure on Sep 8, 1944. Repaired then another minor accident while landing after a maintenance failure on 
					Sep 24,. 1944. On Apr 13, 1950 attached to 2469AFRTC at Scott AFB, IL a taxi accident. Again now attached to 2465AFRTC at 
					Wold Chamberlian Field, MN another taxi incident at Atebury AFB on Aug 23, 1950. WFU & stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 
					Jan 1965. Sold ex Davis Monthan minus engines. 
				96530 (MSN 30192/CU728) DBR Aug 19, 1944 while parked at Casablanca-
					Cazes Aerodrome, Morocco when C-54 42-107452 taxied into it.
				96531 (MSN 30193/CU729) DBR Dec 13, 1944
				96533 (MSN 30195/CU731) WFU and stored MASDC.  Bought by C-46 Parts Inc
					Mar 2, 1965 registered as N91360.  Bought by American Holdings
					Inc May 1969.  Bought by Domaire SA in 1970 registered HI-164.
					Bought by Servicios Aereos Curtiss in 1973 registered as CP-1052.
					Bought by Servicios Aereos Virgen de Copacabana (SAVCO) in 1973.
					Crashed near San Francisco de Moxos, Bolivia Feb 23, 1974 when
					an electrical storm with severe turbulence probably caused the 
					failure of ropes securing the cargo.  Center of gravity
					shifted, causing loss of control  Wreckage found 2 days later.
					All 7 onboard killed.
				96534 (MSN 30196/CU732) Damaged while parked at Bergstrom Field, TX
					by taxying C-46 43-46977.  WFU and stored at Walnut Ridge, AR.
					Bought by Sun Chemical Corporation in 1947 and registered NC50263.
					Bought by China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) Oct 1948
					registered XT-164.  Bought by Civil Air Transport in 1949
					registered N8383C.  Reregistered N1376N May 1955.  Bouht by Lloyd
					Aereo Columbiano Mar 1956 registered as HK-391, named "Santa Maria".
					DBR in forced landing on beach after engine trouble, Puerto
					Colombia, Colombia Jun 26, 1958 and broken up.
				96537 (MSN 30199) condemned Oct 3, 1944
				96538 (MSN 30200/CU736) delivered to USAAF Jul 11, 1944. WFU & stored Jul 1946. to SU-AFP Sep 30, 1950.  To EP-ACW.   
					Modern Air Transport bt. 1953, cvtd to C-46T Nov 1955, 
					reg. N50549. Nordair bought 1961, registered CF-NAD. Eastern Provincial 1962 leased, returned 1963.  Crashed when 
					it landed short Cape Dyer, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories, Canada May 15, 1967. Four fatal.
				96540 (MSN 30202) to XB-XYZ-931 [probably ntu]; ; [probably XB-JED for ferry to Israel 1948].   To 4X-ACT.  By 1954 was 4X-ALC of 
					ARKIA-Airlines in Israel, Ltd.  To N5141B 27Jan56; AN-AIR 26Mar56; N4198A 12Feb59
				96541 (MSN 30203/CU739) delivered to USAAF Jul 1, 1944. Damaged 21/8/44 in an accident El Geneina, Sudan. Crashed Feb 23, 1945, 
					116 miles north of Wadi Seidna, Sudan after an engine failure.  MACR No 16025
				96542 (MSN 30204/CU740) delivered to USAAF Jul 6, 1944. Attached to Squadron C/10TU at Rosecrans Field, MO had a ground accident 
					after a landing on Feb 6, 1945. Transferred  to Reconstruction Finance Corp. Nov 6,  1945. WFU & stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. 
					Sun Chemical Corp. bought 1949 reg. N50315. Transporte Carga Aera bought 1949 reg. PP-XCP, transferred to Loide Aero 
					Nacional Nov 1949, rereg. PP-LDB Jan 18, 1950. Operated by Transportes Aéreos Bandeirantes w/o when it crashed into 
					Guannabara Bayon after a missed approach to Santos Dumont, Rio Janeiro, Brazil on Sep 9,  1950.
				96543 (MSN 30205/CU741) to N91368, to B-1549.  To Air America as CA-1 in 1966.  To B-1549 again Nov 1970.
				96544 (MSN 30206/CU742) delivered to USAAF Jul 6, 1944.  W/o (DBR) when it fatally crashed at Abadan, Iran Feb 18, 1945.
				96546 (MSN 30208) condemned for salvage Feb 20, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation Commission
				96547 (MSN 30209) condemned for salvage Feb 20, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation Commission 
				96548 (MSN 30210) lost Sep 2, 1944, China.
				96549 (MSN 30211) burned (no details), condemned Dec 20, 1944.
				96550 (MSN 30212) missing (no details), condemned Apr 5, 1945.
				96551 (MSN 30213) missing (no details), condemned Sep 30, 1944
				96552 (MSN 30214) condemned May 17, 1945
				96553 (MSN 30215/CU751) delivered to USAAF Jun 19, 1944.  W/o when crashed after midair collision with C-46 42-96699 near
					Hsing, China Oct 10, 1944.  Condemned Oct 13, 1944
				96554 (MSN 30216) crashed (no details), condemned Nov 24, 1944
				96555 (MSN 30217) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  To PP-LDZ 14Nov56; PP-NBO 30Jul58. Scrapped circa Feb71
				96557 (MSN 30219) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				96558 (MSN 30220) w/o Mar 23, 1945, CBI??
				96559 (MSN 30221, ICATC) crashed enroute from Chengkung to Chabua Jan 7, 1945.  Crew survived
				96560 (MSN 30222/CU758) delivered to USAAF July 4 1944. Attached to 15CCS/4CCG at Bowman Field, Louisville KY had a landing 
					accident on Oct 25, 1944. Transferred. to Reconstruction Finance Corp. Oct 26, 1945. WFU & stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas. 
					Sun Chemical Corp. bought 1948 reg. N50316. CNAC bought 1949 reg. XT-170. Another one of the many aircraft flown by CNAC to 
					Hong Kong after the Nationalist defeat May 1949 on the mainland, impounded by the British Governor (Sir Alexander Grantham) Hong 
					Kong Government under threat of the new Communist Chinese 'Red' Government (Chinese Peoples Republic) . Reg. as N8386C, a US 
					State Department governmental ploy to achieve (regain) ownership.  Civil Air Transport (CAT Inc.) bought 1949 reg. 
					N8386C, rereg as N2023A, 1953. Hearst Enterprises Ltd. bought Mar 1955 reg. CF-HVJ. World Wide Airways bought 1955. W/o when
					 it crashed in Quebec Providence, Canada Jun 18, 1955. 
				96562 (MSN 30224) to N50790, to PP-XCQ, PP-LDJ, PP-LBF, 08/61 
					registered Dutch Antilles as PJ-AEC, 10/65 registration canceled, 
					w/o as CP-786 on Sept. 15, 1966 at River Yapacani, near Santa Cruz, Bolivia
				96566 (MSN 30228) to Events Air Fuel Co 2/23/1960.  to N808Z 10Oct60, canx as WFU 8Nov60. Restored as N1419Z Jul63. WFU 1971 at 
					Boeing Field, Seattle, WA; airworthy again Jun81.  as N1419Z.  Crashed into mountain in bad weather Dec 21, 2000 near 
					Cook Inlet, Alaska.  Crew of 2 killed.
				96568 (MSN 30230) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.  To PP-BUD, canx 19Dec69.   Crashed at El Desengano
				96571 (MSN 30233) condemned Jul 7, 1945.
				96573 (MSN 30235/CU771) delivered Jun 24, 1944.  In landing accident
					in CBI area Apr 11, 1945.  Declared DBR Apr 13, 1945.
				96574 (MSN 30236/CU772) delivered Jun 30, 1944. In landing accident
					Nov 22, 1944 at Paoshan, China.  Declared DBR Feb 8, 1945.
				96575 (MSN 30237/CU773) delivered Jun 22, 1944.  Crashed and destroyed
					by fire Oct 21, 1944 at Gaya Station 20, India
				96578 (MSN 30240/CU776) to Flying Tigers as N4860V.  Leased and returned.
					Jan 1956 to Interior Airways, leased and returned to Reeve
					Aleutioan Airlines, Inc, taken over by Alaska Airlines.
					To Alaska International Air, taken over by MarkAir.
					Damaged Dec 4, 1964 when pilots misjudged a landing on a cleared
					strip on a frozen lake near Oliktok Pt, AK.  To
					Fairbanks Air Service.  While operated by Fairbanks Air Service as N4860V
					w/o while landing at Deadhorse, Alaska Mar 27, 1975.  IFR flight
					plan was cancelled on approach to runway, but VFR approach
					was executed and touched down short of runway, right main
					gear separated and power was applied for a go-around.  No 2
					engine did not respond, prop was feathered, and plane underwent
					a belly landing.  No fatalites among the two on board.  Plane was
					rebuilt and to Great Northern Airlines, 1976 to Everts Air Fuel, unused.
					Derelict at Fairbanks Airport by Apr 1978.
				96579 (MSN 30241) crashed (no details) Sep 19, 1944, China.
					Condemned Sep 30, 1944.
				96580 (MSN 30242) YV-C-JTE, to N7840B Riddle Airlines.  Crashed 
					March 30, 1959, Alma, GA due to onboard fire.  Crew of 2 
					killed.
				96581 (MSN 30243/CU79) tranfsferred Apr 15, 1946 to Chinese AF.
					WFU and stored.  Bought by Officine Aeronavali Jun 1951 and
					registered as PP-VBY.  Bought by Varig Jan 1952 and converted
					to Super 46C May 1962.  Bought by Carolina Aircraft Corp
					Feb 1972 and registered as N355BY.  Bought by Aviation Sales
					and Services Jul 13, 1972. Bought by Franklin J. Lindsay
					Feb 27, 1975.  Bought by Lease Company General, Inc Sep 8, 1976. Assigned HK-2020 but NTU.
					Bought by Barbara Barnes Feb 3, 1977.  Bought by Bush Aviation
					Inc Feb 8, 1977.  Bought by BWI Leasing Inc Sep 14, 1979.
					Crashed Norman Cay, Bahamas Nov 15, 1980 when runway was blocked by construction equipment.
				96584 (MSN 30246) to 91-1137 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  
					Preserved as ground trainer.
				96585 (MSN 30247/CU783) crashed on takeoff at Zacatecas, Mexico Jan 5, 1948
				96586 (MSN 30248/CU784) w/o Jul 7, 1945 in takeoff accident Kunming, China
				96587 (MSN 30249/CU785) WFU and stored Jul 1946.  Bought by Lebanese
					International Airways in 1954 as OD-ABX, reregistered as OD-ACK in
					1956. Crashed into sea shortly after takeoff, Beirut, Lebanon
					Oct 3, 1957.  All 27 onboard killed.
				96588 (MSN 30250/CU786) crashed in India Jun 27, 1945
				96590 (MSN 30252/CU788) bought by Officine Aeronavi Aug 1955.  Bought
					by Sunday and Company Dec 1955 and registered as N9889F.
					Bought by Boreas Corp Sep 1956 and converted to C-46R.  Bought
					by Fred Olsens Flyselskap A/S Nov 18 1957 and registered as
					LN-FOR.  Bought by Continental Air Services Jun 29, 1971 
					registered as XW-PHM, rerergistered as N336CA Jul 9, 1974.
					Bought by Amco Air International Mar 11, 1976.  Bought by Tri-9
					Singapore (Pte) Ltd Dec 14, 1976, which was a CIA front.  Bought again by Amco Air
					International Jul 7, 1977.  Bought by Daniel T. Cooley (Kris
					Air) Sep 13, 1977 and named "Manatee II".   Bought by Max E.
					Moore Nov 6, 1978.  WFU and stored Nov 1978.  Scrapped at 
					Sanday and Company, Seletar, Singapore in 1979.
				96593 (MSN 30255) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96594 (MSN 30256/CU792) delivered Jul 20, 1944.  Crashed Jun 18, 1945
					mear Chabua, India when ran out of fuel due to weather.
				96595 (MSN 30257/CU793) WFU and stored Jul 1946.  Bought by Egyptian
					Government in 1955.  Bought by Officine Aeronavali late 1955.
					Bought by Sunday and Company Inc Sep 4, 1956 and registered as
					N9888F.  Bought by Boreas Corp Oct 18, 1956 and converted to
					C-46R.  Bought by Fred Olsens Flyselskap A/S  Nov 18, 1957
					registered as XW-PHN, reregistred N337CA Jul 9, 1974.  Bought
					by Amco Air International Feb 16, 1976.  Bought by Tri-9 Singapore
					(Pte) Ltd Jan 25, 1977, which was a CIA front.  Bought again by Amco Air International
					Jul 7, 1977.  Bought by Daniel T. Cooley (Kris Air) Sep 11, 1977.
					Bought by Max E. Moore Nov 6, 1978.  WFU and stored Nov 1978
					Seletar, Singapore.  Scrapped at Sanday and Company, Seletar, Singapore Jan 1981
				96597 lost Jan 15, 1945, India
				96598 (MSN 30260/CU796) delivered to USAAF Jul 12, 1944, damaged in a takeoff accident Tingkawk Sakan AB, Burma on Mar 22, 1945. 
					Bought by Indian Government Apr 10, 1946. WFU & stored.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Import Export Co., 
					Panagarh, India in 1955. Bought by Loide Aero Nacional Jan 11, 1956 reg. PP-LDY Apr 23, 1957, cancelled
					Nov 28, 1957. Bought by Western Hemisphere Import Export Co. Aug 1957.  Bought by Paranese Transportes 
					Aereos Sep 10, 1957, rereg. PP-BTE Mar 10, 1958, named "Brasilia" Mar 10, 1958.  
					W/o after it crashed Jun 27, 1962 after overshooting runway at Pedro Afonso, Guias, Brazil.
					The plane veered to the left after touchdown, pilot elected to takeoff again and ordered copilot to retract
					the gear, but he did so prematurely and the plane sunk back onto the runway.  
				96600 (MSN 30262) to N9904F Riddle Airlines.  Crashed 17 Dec 17, 1955 in cornfield
					near Hollywood, SC due to inflight structural failure.  Crew of 2 killed.
				96602 (MSN 30264) to N9903F Riddle Airlines (Airlift International.  Damaged beyond
					repair August 27, 1964 in Miami hurricane.
				96603 (MSN 30625) to N5098K; HP-352 1961
				96605 converted to TC-46A crew trainer.
				96606 (MSN 30268) to N89BL, to HK-3238 Coral Columbia (Super C46).  To N355BX Carolina Aircraft Corp./Florida Aircraft 
					Leasing, to N8863 cancelled Oct 18, 1977, to HH-AHC Ded 28, 1977.  To N84905.  has had temp Reg. Of YV-C-SBS
					To PP-VBX.  PP-VBX w/o Sep 29, 1991,  Villavicencio, Columbia.  The no.2 engine oversped and the pilot couldn't make it 
					back to the airport. A belly landing was made and the C-46 ran through a ditch, broke 
					up and caught fire.  One passenger was killed.
				96607 (MSN 30269) to Colombian civil registry as HK-812.
				96608 (MSN 30270/CU806) with 1333 AAFBU damaged Nov 23, 1944 in takeoff accident
					at Sookerating, India.  Crashed Jun 27, 1945 15 mi E of Pao-Shan, China
					when crew bailed out after engine problems.
				96609 (MSN 30271) to OD-ABZ of Lebanese International Airlines,
					then OD-ACL.  To Boreas Corp in 1951 as N1001A.  In 1962
					to Alitalia as I-SILA, to N10624 with Aaxico Airlines, to 
					North American A/C Trading.  Was registered to Miami Air
					Lease when ditched off Andros, Bahamas Sep 28, 1979.
				96611 (MSN 30273/CU809) DBR in takeoff accident Aug 8, 1945 at Cairo-Payne
					Field, Egypt.
				96612 (MSN 30274/CU810) w/o after engine failure Feb 15, 1945 near Mohanbari, India
				96613 (MSN 30275/CU811) w/o when destroyed by fire at Jinwani Airport, India
					Feb 10, 1945.
				96615 (MSN 30277) to N9906F Riddle Airlines, to Zantop
				96616 (MSN 30278) condemned for salvage Jan 21, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96617 (MSN 30279) to N9891F Riddle Airlines, to Zantop.  Turbomeca Palas booster jets installed in Italy 
					Nov53 by Varig [the first user]
				96621 (MSN 30283) to Services Aeriens Int d'Egypte (SAIDE also as Arabian American
					Airlnes) as SU-AFS, next to Iran National Airlines as EP-ACM, to N50574,
					to Real Transports Aereos (Brazil) as PP-YQE, to Varig as PP-VCF.  Crashed after
					takeoff at Bage, Brazil Apr 7, 1957 as result of fractured fuel line and
					subsequent fire. 35 passengers and 5 crew killed.
				96626 (MSN 30288/CU824) WFU and stored Jul 1946.  Bought by Officine Aeronavali
					in 1954 and registered as PP-LDX.  Bought by Loide Aero Nacional SA in 1955.
					Crashed on approach to Campina Grande, Brazil Sep 5, 1958.  13 of
					18 onboard killed.
				96632 (MSN 30294) condemned for salvage Apr 16, 1946
				96634 (MSN 30296) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96635 (MSN 30297) transferred to Chinese AF May 15, 1946
				96636 (MSN 30298) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96637 (MSN 30299) lost Feb 12,1945, China.
				96638 (MSN 30300) to Iran National Airlines as EP-ACW, to Varig as PP-VDI,
					to Lineas Interamericana Aerea as HK-607, to Varig again as PP-VCL, to
					N4085A, to Carabische Lucht Transport Maatschappi (Air Caribbean of
					the Dutch Antilles) as PJ-CLD.  To N65306, to Transportes Aereos
					Latinoamericanos (TALA Colombia) as HK-1857.  Crashed Mar 9, 1977 at Puerta
					Inirida, wreck later moved to Bogota and repaired.  Badlly damaged in aborted
					takeoff at El Yopon (Casanare) May 15, 1979
				96639 (MSN 30301/CU837) crashed 176 km W of Kunmong (32 km N of Tsuyung, China) after
					inflight engine fire Oct 29, 1944.
				96640 (MSN 30302) condemned for salvage Jul 4, 1945
				96642 (MSN 30304) condemned for salvage Sep 15, 1945
				96643 (MSN 30305) condemned for salvage Aug 20, 1945
				96644 (MSN 30306/CU842) crashed in China Feb 8, 1945, condemned Feb 10, 1945.
				96645 (MSN 30307/CU843) w/o Sep 30, 1944 in landing accident at Barrackpore, India
				96650 (MSN 30312/CU848) crashed after engine failure on takeoffat Misamari
					AB Station #11 (Deragaon), India Dec 19, 1944.
				96651 (MSN 30313) to N9892F Riddle Airlines, Aaxico Airlines, lsf Riddle Airlines
				96654 (MSN 30316/CU852) to N9905F Riddle Airlines Sep 1956.  Leased by
					Capitol Airlines from Southern Aircraft Leasing Jun 1960 to 1964.
					Leased by Zantop Air Transport Jul 16, 1964.  Bought by Zantop
					Jun 30, 1966.  Crash landed gear up on a salt flat near Port Elizabeth, NJ after an engine
					failure on an overloaded takeoff from Newark Jul 28, 1966.  Two
					crew OK.
				96656 (MSN 30618/CU854) to YV-306C
				96658 lost Nov 15, 1944, Africa
				96659 (MSN 30321/CU857) to US Navy as 39544
				96660 (MSN 30322/CU858) to US Navy as 39545
				96661 (MSN 30323/CU859) to US Navy as 39546
				96662 (MSN 30324/CU860) to US Navy as 39547
				96663 (MSN 30325/CU861) to US Navy as 39548.
				96664 (MSN 30326/CU862) to US Navy as 39549.
				96665 (MSN 30327/CU863) to US Navy as 39550.
				96666 (MSN 30328/CU864) to US Navy as 39551
				96667 (MSN 30329/CU865) to US Navy as 39552.
				96668 (MSN 30330/CU866) to US Navy as 39553
				96669 (MSN 30331) to N9902F Riddle Airlines, to Zantop
				96670 (MSN 30332) Q/o Aug 2, 1945 in landing accident at Chabua, India. Condemned for salvage Aug 7, 1945
				96673 (MSN 30335/CU871) DBR when bellylanded at Siakwan, China
					Jan 8, 1945
				96674 (MSN 30336/CU872) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.
					WFU and stored in 1948
				96675 (MSN 30337/CU873) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.
					WFU and stored in 1948
				96680 (MSN 30342/CU878) DBR in landing accident at Luliang, China
					1944-45.  Condemned for salvage Jan 19, 1945
				96681 (MSN 30343/CU879) to RFC Jan 13, 1946.  WFU and stored at
					Bush Field, GA.  Bought by Sun Chemical Corp in 1949 and
					registered N51014.  Bought by Loide Aereo Nacional Dec 30, 1949
					and registered PP-XCS.  Reregistered as PP-LDI Jan 10, 1951.  In 
					Feb 1962 managed by VASP registered PP-LDQ May 17, 1954.  Crashed while on
					approach Salvador, Bahia, Brazil Dec 19, 1965 after engine failure.
					No fatalities, but aircraft DBR.
				96682 (MSN 30344/CU880) WFU and stored.  Bought by L. B. Smith
					Aircraft Corp and registered N9341R.   Bought by Frigorificos
					Nueve Granada SA Oct 1961 and registered YV-P-GPL.  Bought
					by Tigres Voladores Aug 18, 1962 and registered YV-C-TGA.
					WFU and stored in 1971
				96683 (MSN 30345/CU881) WFU and stored.  Bought by Cutler Corp
					in 1959 and registered N5585A.  WFU and stored 1959.
				96684 (MSN 30346/CU882) to RFC Nov 8, 1945.  WFU and stored at
					Walnut Ridge, AR.  Bought by Sun Chemical Corp in 1949
					and registered N51288.  Bought by transporte Carga Aerea Sep 16, 1949
					and registered PP-XCN, new name Loide Aereo Naticional later
					1949 registered PP-LDD.  DBR after belly landing at Campina
					Grande, Brazil Dec 17, 1950.
				96685 (MSN 30347/CU883) bought by Indian government Apr 10, 1946. WFU and
					stored.  Bought by Western Hemisphere Export May 1957.  DBR in
					hangar collapse at Panagarh, India Jun 19, 1957 
				96687 (MSN 30349) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946
				96688 (MSN 30350) to N51360; PP-XCU; PP-LDH 7Oct50; PP-BTG 7Jan59. DBR when ran off runway at Rio de Janeiro, Santos Dumont, 6Jan59
				96689 (MSN 30351/CU887) crashed Yangkai, China Feb 27, 1945 in a downwind
					landing accident after overshooting the runway.
				96690 (MSN 30352) crashed near Reno, NV on routine training flight Jan 6, 1945, killing 5 crew members.
				96693 (MSN 30355) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				96694 (MSN 30356) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946
				96697 (MSN 30359) missing (no details), condemned Apr 6, 1945
				96699 (MSN 30361/CU897) delivered to USAAF Aug 7, 1944.  W/o when crashed after midair collision with C-46 42-96553
					near Hsing, China Oct 10, 1944.  Condemned Oct 11, 1944
				96700 (MSN 30362) to HK-605, Lineas Interamericana Aérea, w/o Jan 29, 1953 in 
					emergency landing nr Bogota.
				96701 (MSN 30363) to N1830M May 1950 Aaxico Airlines, temp Reg. CU-P267, 
					to HK-514 Jun 1950.  W/o Sep 16, 1958, Medellin, Colombia
				96702 (MSN 30364) to civil registry as N79559, registred as HK-165 
					for Avianca Colombia (Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia)
				96710 (MSN 30372) w/o Jul 7, 1945, CBI ?
				96712 (MSN 30374) to TI-1007 1949;  by 1954 was TI-1007C Sep 1959  of Lineas Aereas Costarricenses S.A.
					To TI-LRA 24Aug73; N8064E; YN-BVL. Crashed at Bonanza, Nicaragua 16May80
				96713 (MSN 30375) w/o Dec 16, 1944, China
				96714 (MSN 30376) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96715 (MSN 30377) to N51385 29Apr48; CNAC as XT-166 28Oct48; CAT as N8384C 19Dec49, canx 26Feb53; CAT as N1377N May55; HK-870
				96716 w/o in mid-air collision with C-46A 41-12357
					Oct 26, 1944, Reno AAB, Nevada.  12 killed.
				96721 (ICATC) missing enroute from Kunming to Chabua, Indialost Jan 6, 1945.
				96723 (MSN 30385) condemned for salvage Feb 6, 1946
				96724 (MSN 30386) sold to Indian Government Apr 10, 1946.  Became Buffalo Airways C-GTXW.
				96726 (MSN 30388) w/o May 31, 1945 near Kunming, China.  Crew bailed out.
				96728 (MSN 30390) w/o Feb 25, 1945, CBI?
				96729 (MSN 30391) to N9342R, cancelled Oct 27, 1961.
				96730 (MSN 30392) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946, later
					to N75388 with Riddle Airlines, to CP-800.
				96731 (MSN 30393) to N1633M Mar 11, 1948.  To PP-YQL Sep 14, 1951, Varig, to N3964 Riddle Airlines, to 
					PP-LDT Jun 15, 1954.  To N10428 Mar 5, 1957.
				96732 (MSN 30394) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946.  To PP-BUE canx 19Dec69; CP-916 17Apr70
				96733 (MSN 30395) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96735 (MSN 30397) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946
				96736 (MSN 30398) w/o Oct 20, 1944, Kwanchan, China.  Condemned Oct 23, 1944
				96738 (MSN 30400) to PP-VBZ, Varig.  Crashed on takeoff 
					Jun 4, 1954, Sao Paulo-Congonhas Brazil due to elevator 
					being locked.  3 killed.  Also reported to have been condemned
					Mar 24, 1945 somewhere in CBI.
				96739 (MSN 30401) collision (no details), condemned Dec 14, 1944
				96740 (MSN 30402) condemned Jun 6, 1945
				96741 (MSN 30403) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				96742 to Indian AF, then to Venezuela, then to Aeromar of 
					Dominican Republic as HI-171.  Derelict at Miami by 
					1989 and acquired by USAF for restoration; wrecked Jun 
					89 when being removed as underslung load by CH-54A - 
					cable snapped, helo became uncontrollable and 
					had to jettison load from 1500 ft
				96745 (MSN 30407) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96746 lost Feb 13, 1945, Burma
				96747 (MSN 30409) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96748 (MSN 30410) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96750 (MSN 30412) in ground fire Mar 5, 1945 at Mohanbari AB, India.  Condemned for salvage Mar 10, 1945 
				96752 (MSN 30414) condemned for salvage Jan 23, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96753 (MSN 30415) condemned for salvage Jan 20, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96754 (MSN 30416) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96755 (MSN 30417) condemned for salvage Feb 6, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96756 converted to TC-436A crew trainer.
				96757 (MSN 30419) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96758 (MSN 30420) to MASDC
				96759 (MSN 30421) condemned for salvage Feb 8, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission
				96761 (MSN 30423) w/o Jul 22, 1945 in landing accident at Sookerating, India.  Condemned for salvage Aug 4, 1945.
				96762 (MSN 30424) crashlanded Oct 16, 1944 Mohanbari AB, India.  Condemned Oct 18, 1944
				96763 (MSN 30425) condemned for salvage Feb 7, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				96765 (MSN 30427) w/o Sep 17, 1945, CBI?
				96766 (MSN 30428) to N51392 Apr 29, 1948, to HK-156, to N75335 Sep 12, 1955 Riddle Airlines, ultimate fate obscure 
				96768 (MSN 30430) to N51424 Aaxico Airlines. Crashed into sea Apr 2, 1955 off 
					Pensacola, FL while flying through thunderstorm.  2 killed.
				96769 (MSN 30431/CU967) to US Navy as 39554
				96770 (MSN 30432/CU968) to US Navy as 39555
				96771 (MSN 30433/CU969) to US Navy as 39556
				96772 (MSN 30434/CU970) to US Navy as 39557
				96773 (MSN 30435/CU971) to US Navy as 39558
				96774 (MSN 30436/CU972) to US Navy as 39559
				96775 (MSN 30437/CU973) to US Navy as 39560
				96776 (MSN 30438/CU974) to US Navy as 39561
				96777 (MSN 30439/CU975) to US Navy as 39562
				96778 (MSN 30440/CU976) to US Navy as 39563
				96779 (MSN 30441) lost or damaged by enemy action (no details),
					condemned Dec 13, 1944
				96780 (MSN 30442) w/o Jan 4,1 945, CBI??
				96781 (MSN 30443) to PP-LDC, Loide Aéreo Nacional.  Ran off end of runway 15 April 1951 and
					into Guanabara Bay, Brazil.
				96782 (MSN 30444) w/o Jul 17, 1945, CBI ??
				96784 (MSN 30446) w/o Mar 5, 1945, CBI ??
				96785 (MSN 30447/CU983) WFU and stored.  Bought in 1960 by Aviation
					Supplies, Inc and registered as N5257V.  Boguht by Aerocarga
					Jul 17, 1961 and registered ZP-CAI, reregistered as ZP-CAQ
					Jun 28, 1962.  DBR in landing 50 km SSE of Curuzi Cuata,
					Argentina Jan 17, 1962.
				96786 (MSN 30448, "Sleepy Time Gal") crashed into sea 10 min from Darwin on flight to
					Biak from Darwin Feb 28, 1945.
				96789 (MSN 30451) crashed 20 mi W of Luliang, China Aug 16, 1945, crew bailed out.  Condemned Aug 17, 1945.
				96790 (MSN 30452/CU988) to US Navy as 39564.  To civilian registry as N13500. Sold to Transportes Aereos Nacionales de 
					Honduras as HR-TND. Sold to APSA of Peru as OB-R-829. Sold to Inair Panama as 
					HP-483. Scrapped at Tocumen.
				96791 (MSN 30453) condemned for salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy
					Liquidation Commission.
				96792 (MSN 30454) to SU-AFE 13Aug49; N3940C; PP-YQI; PP-VCG 8Sep52. Cvtd to Super 46C Jul61. Canx 10Sep69. N8874; HH-AHD 3Feb78
				96794  (MSN 30456) to N50790; PP-LEE; PP-ASM 6Sep57; PT-BVG 19Mar63. Crashed 7Apr64 at La Fortune Field, Vieytes, BA with contraband
				96798 to N91370, to B-1551, to Air America as EM-2 Jun 1972.  W/o Jun 5, 1972 at Pleiku, Vietnam
				96800 (MSN 30462) to civil registry as N51578, registered as HK-157 for
					Avianca Colombia (Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia).  Next N75336.  Cancelled Jul 22, 1963, sold in Costa Rica.
				96801 (MSN 30463) to N3916C; PP-AXN; YV-C-ARO
42-96803/96805		Curtiss C-46A-50-CU Commando
				MSN 30465/30467
				96803 (MSN 30465) sold to Wien Alaska Airlines Jun 17, 1948 as scrap (spare parts?).  To HC-SIA; N4761C 11Jul50, 
					canx 26Mar58; ZP-CBL leased 13Nov57; N4761C; HK-612 Jan60
				96804 (MSN 30466) leased to XT Reg. China National Aviation Corp, returned Mar 1950 and registered N8394C.
					Sold Mar 30, 1950 LIDCA Colombia as HK-331X, later HK-331.  Damaged Jan 1951 at Madrid, Cundinamarea.
					Sold Nov 15, 1951 to IBA Trading Corp and on same day to New York Car Wheel Co.  Sold Nov 29,195
					to Carmas Supply Corp and registered N3944C Dec 5, 1951.  Leased to Continental Charters Dec 1, 1951
					Sold to Aaxico Feb 29, 1952, sold to Riddle May 2, 1955, renamed Airlift
					International Nov 29, 1963.  Sold Aug 5, 1968 to Lauderdale Leasing Co.  to Flying W Airways of Medford, NJ
					Aug 7, 1968l  To Trans-Arctic Inc of Alaska Jun 30, 1969.  Cancelled Apr 18, 1973.  to CF-HQI of
					Reindeer Air Service of Inuvik, NWT.  In landing accident Jan 25, 1973 at Sach Harbor, NWT.  Cancelled
					Oct 1, 1976.  This may have been 44-78674. 
					However, N3944C is quoted as crashing with Continental Charters Dec 29, 1951 Salamanca, NY.  
					Departed Pittsburgh on a VFR flight plan. The crew flew at a low altitude in 
					order to maintain visual reference. Near Little Valley, NY the aircraft flew 
					into a wooded area on a hill, some 15 mi off the direct route to Buffalo.
					26 out of 40 on board killed. Planecrashinfo has this plane as being MSN 30466, and civil registration of N3944C
 					This may have been 42-96804  
					It might have been that both 42-96804 and 44-78674 had been registered as N3944C.
				96805 (MSN 30467) to N79053 with Slick. Stalled on climb out, force landed and slid into 
					four National Guard aircraft at Chicago Midway Airport Dec 10, 1947.  No fatalities
42-96806/96828		Curtiss C-46A-50-CU Commando
				MSN 30468/30490
				96806, 96808/96812, 96814/96819, 96825/96826 delivered as C-46D-5-CU
				96809 (MSN 30471/CU1007) w/o Oct 9, 1945, Kinkwa, China
				96813 (MSN 30475/CU1011) to US Navy as 39583
				96815 (MSN 30477/CU1013) w/o Dec 16, 1944, CBI ??
				96816 (MSN 30478/CU1014) w/o Jul 30, 1945 in crash 13 mi S of Myitkyina, Burma
				96819 (MSN 30481/CU1017) w/o Jan 30, 1945, CBI ??
				96820 (MSN 30482/CU1018) to US Navy as 39565. 
				96821 (MSN 30483/CU1019) to SE-CFA, to 9Q-CWN
				96822 (MSN 30484/CU1020) lost May 3, 1945, India.
				96825 (MSN 30487/CU1023) w/o Sep 17, 1945, Nanponmao, Burma
				96828 (MSN 30490/CU1026) to N79974.
42-96829		Briegleb XTG-13-BR 
				impressed Model BG.8 sailplane
42-96830/96832		Bowlus XTG-12A
				Based on Bowlus XBM-5.  Not built, order cancelled Aug 5, 1943.
42-96833/97032		Culver PQ-8A-CL Cadet
				Model LCA modified as radio-controlled target.  Survivors in 1948 became Q-8A-CL
42-97033/97039		Cessna UC-78A Bobcat
				Model T50 impressed by USAAF.
				97033 ex NC34754 MSN 1314
				97034 ex NC34756 MSN 1316
				97035 ex NC34758 MSN 1318
				97036 ex NC34759 MSN 1319
				97037 ex NC34760 MSN 1320
				97038 ex NC34761 MSN 1321
				97039 ex NC34762 MSN 1322
42-97040		Harlow UC-80
				PJC-2 four-seat monoplane NC19997 MSN 11 commandeered by USAAF
42-97041		Waco UC-72P 
				Civilian Model AGC8 NC20909 MSN 5066 impressed by USAAF
42-97042		Stinson UC-81E-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9F NC18448 MSN 5721 impressed by USAAF
42-97043		Waco UC-72A 
				Civilian Model ARE MSN 5057 NC19364 impressed by USAAF
42-97044/97045		Grumman UC-103 
				G-32 and G-32A impressed by USAAF in 1942.
				97044 MSN 446 G-32 ex NC1051 (used by Gulf Oil named "Gulfhawk III", later NC1051).  Lost when 
					force-landed in Everglades, Florida Nov 6, 1942.
				97045 MSN 447 G-32A ex NC1326 (used by Grumman Aircraft named "The Red Ship").  Sold in Jan 1945 as NC46110, 
					later N7F and displayed as F3F until caught fire in air at Oshkosh, Wisconsin and crashed Aug 7, 1971.
					Pilot escaped by parachute.
42-97046/97047		Rearwin C-102 
				Two Model 900 KRs commandeered in Jan 1943.
				97046 ex NC41557
				97047 ex NC20733
				Redesignated UC-102 in 1943.
42-97048/97050		Beech UC-43C Traveller 
				Civilian Model F-17Ds impressed by USAAF. 
				97048 MSN 338 NC294Y 
				97049 MSN 261 NC291Y impressed Nov 6, 1942.  To NC49704 in 1945. 
				97050 MSN 392 NC2801
42-97051		Stinson L-9B 
				originally designated AT-19B.  Model 
				10-A commandeered by USAAF from civilian users.
42-97052		Waco UC-72H 
				Civilian Model ZQC6 NC16586 MSN 4488 impressed by USAAF
42-97053		Fairchild UC-61 Forwarder
				Civilian NC28693 impressed by USAAF
42-97054		Harlow UC-80 
				PJC-2 four-seat monoplane NC18978 MSN 1 commandeered
				by USAAF
42-97055		Grumman OA-13A Goose 
				Civilian G-21A MSN 1062 NC3042 taken over by USAAF in 1942.  WFU Jun 14, 1946.  To NC3042.
42-97056		Stinson UC-81K-ST Reliant
				Model SR.10C NC1920 impressed by USAAF
42-97057		Stinson UC-81J-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9E NC18454 MSN 5404 impressed by USAAF
42-97058/97172		Boeing B-17G-40-BO Fortress
				MSN 7531/7645
				97058 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Scorchy II") lost Jan 21, 1945, Germany
				97059 delivered Cheyenn Jan 234, 1944, to Great Island Feb 6, 1944, Assigned to 457th BG at Glatton Feb 12, 1944.
					Transferred to 533rd BS, 381st BG at Ridgewell Mar 15, 1944.  (381st BG, 533rd BS, *Marsha Sue*) damaged 
					on mission to Cologne Dec 12, 1944, collided en
					route with 43-38986, sheared rudder off.  Forcelanded in Belgium, Reduced to salvage Jan 5, 1945.
				97060 delivered Cheyenne Jan 24, 1944, to Grenier Feb 23, 1944.  Assigned to 749th BS, 457th BG, Glatton
					Mar 4, 1944.  (457th BG, 749th BS, *Calamity Jane II*) hit by flak Aug 5, 1944 over Holland on way to target
					at Nienburg, Germany.  Plane ditched at sea, crew picked up by
					Danish fishing boat which took the crew to England.
				97061 (91st BG, 401st BS) christened "General Ike" by General Dwight D. Eisenhower
					on Apr 11. 1944.  Scrapped at end of war.
				97062 (457th BG, 748th BS) shot down by flak Jun 14, 1944 over target during mission
					to Le Brouget/Melun, France.  7 KIA, 4 POW.
				97063 (457th BG, 750th BS, *Miss Yu II*) attacked by fighters while
					on mission to Lechfeld and ditched in English channel 
					Mar 16, 1944.  Crew members picked up.	
				97064 (447th BG, 711st BS) interned in Switzerland Apr 13, 1944.
				97065 (100th BG, 418th BS, *Return Ticket*) shot down Jun 24, 1944
				97066 (351st BG) shot down by AAA Jun 14, 1944 on mission to Le Bourget
				97067 (447th BG, 748th BS, *Black Puff Polly/Georgia Peach*) shot down by flak May 28,
					1944 during mission to Dessau.  1 KIA, rest of crew POW.
				97068 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Key Bird")
				97069 (452nd BG, 731st BS) shot down by AAA and crashed near Messerich,
					Germany Dec 4, 1944
				97070 (457th BG, 750th BS) caught fire during return to Glatton
					Apr 25, 1944.  Left formation, dropped bombs in Channel,
					headed back to France where all crew bailed out.  MACR 4306.
					5 evaded, 6 POW.
				97071 (100th BG, 418th BS) lost Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13718
				97072 (384th BG, 547th BS) crashed in England Aug 1, 1944.  MACR 7807
				97073 (401st BG, 615th BS) lost May 28, 1944.  MACR 5311
				97074 delivered Cheyenne Jan 24, 1944, to Kearney Feb 16, 1944, to Grenier Feb 25, 1944.  Assigned
					Soxo.  Crashed near Bagotville, Quebec, Canada Feb 26, 1944.  All crew OK.
				97075 delivered Cheyenne Jan 24, 1944, to Great Island Feb 9, 1944, assigned 750th BS, 457th BG at Glatton
					Mar 7, 1944.  Declared war weary Mar 26, 1945.  Transferred to 351st BG at Polebrook Apr 21, 1945.
					Returned to 457th BG Glatton May 11,1 945.  Returned to USA at Bradley Jun 8, 1945.  To 4124 BU
					at Altus Sep 13, 1945.  To RFC at Altus Oct 9, 1945. Named *Flak Dodger*
				97076 (381st BG, 534th BS *Dee Marie*) to Kingman, AZ Nov 25, 1945 and
					broken up before 1948.
				97077 (305th BG, 366th BS) severely damaged by flak over Saarbruecken and
					eventually crashed at Belval (near Bharleville-Mezieres), France 
					May 11, 1944.  MACR 4875
				97078 (385th BG, 550th BS) lost Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4457
				97079 (385th BG, 548th BS, 'Dozy Doats') lost Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9521
				97080 delivered Cheyenne Jan 25, 1944, to Kearney Feb 17, 1944, to Grenier Mar 3, 1944.  Assigned
					to 94th BG, 332rd BS at Roughham Mar 12, 1944.  Transferred to 410th BS, 94th BG.  Lost on raid
					on Warnemunde and ditched in North Sea 25 mi W of Warnemunde Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3800. 7 KIA, 3 POW.
				97081 (384th BG, 546th BS) MIA May 8, 1944 on mission to Berlin.  MACR 4812
				97082 (94th BGH, 410th BS, "Mission Mistress") after damage from
					fighters and flak Jun 25, 1944, landed at a forward Canadian
					fighter base.  Was eventually repaired and returned to 
					England and returned to service.  On takeoff from a mission
					on Jan 6, 1945, lost an engine and crashed into Mount Farm at 
					Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.  5 killed.
				97083 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3932
				97084 (381st BG, 534th BS, *Spare Charlie*) shot down by AAA near 
					Calais, France Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 5918
				97085 (303rd BG, 358th BS) lost Aug 15, 1944.  MACR 8439
				97086 (94th BG, 332nd BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 4008
				97087 delivered Cheyenne Jan 25, 1944, to Great Island Feb 11, 1944, to Presque Isle Feb 21, 1944.  Assigned
					to 379th BG at Kimbolton Mar 1, 1944.  Transferred to 457th BG, 748th BS at Glatton and named "Tujunga!" 
					Shot down by flak Jul 31, 1944 on mission to Munich, Germany.  MACR 7829.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				97088 (457th BG, 748th BS) caught fire while forming up for
					mission to Munich Jul 11, 1944 and exploded.  MACR 3827.  
					3 killed, 6 parachuted to safety.
				97089 (96th BG, 338th BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3815.
				97091 (388th BG, 561st BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Kiel May 22, 1944.
					Crashed at Nettelsee, Germany.  MACR 4956
				97092 (447th BG, 708th BS, *Heel Der Fuhrer*, also *Virginia Lee II*) 
					transferred to 710th BS.  Salvaged Nov 2, 1944.  Returned to USA
					Oct 8, 1945, arrived Kingman, AZ Nov 29, 1945.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946
				97093 (390th BG, 568th BS) lost Dec 30, 1944.  MACR 11255
				97095 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost May 24, 1944.  MACR 5168
				97096 (303rd BG, 427th BS) lost Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5986
				97097 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost Apr 27, 1944, France.  MACR 4277
				97098/97119 to RAF as Fortress III HB761/HB782
					97098 transferred to USAAF after delivery.  Lost with 388th BG, 561st BS
						Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7705
					97099 (HB762) SOC Mar 11, 1947
					97100 (HB763) MIA Aug 26, 1944
					97101 transferred to USAAF in UK before delivery.
					97102 (HB765) overshot landing and damaged beyong repair Pulton, UK, Jul 10, 1945.
					97103 transferred to USAAF in UK after delivery.
					97104 (HB767) MIA on mission to Frankfurt, Germany Jul 13, 1944.
					97105 (HB768) SOC Jun 21, 1947.
					97106 (HB769) SOC Jun 21, 1947.
					97107 transferred to USAAF in UK after delivery
					97108 transferred to USAAF in UK after delivery
					97109 (HB772) SOC Mar 11, 1947.
					97110 transferred to USAAF in UK after delivery.
					97111 (HB774) SOC Mar 11, 1947.
					97112 (HB775) SOC Jun 21, 1947.  The MACR database has this plane as being
						lost Jan 5, 1945 with 388th BG, 562nd BS.  3 POW, 7 returned to duty.
						MACR 11562
					97113 (HB776) SOC Mar 11, 1947.
					97114 (HB777) transferred to USAAF in UK after delivery
					97115 (HB778) used by British Ministry of Supply.  Returned to USAF at Burtonwood, UK on
						Sept 9, 1952 for fire protection tests.  Presumably burned on site.
					97116 (HB779) SOC Mar 11, 1947.
					97117 (HB780) SOC Mar 11, 1947.
					97118 (HB781) transferred to USAAF in UK after delivery
					97119 (HB782) SOC Jun 21, 1947.
				97122 (457th BG, 751st BS) salvaged May 12, 1944 after being damaged on mission
					to Lutzendorf
				97123 (457th BG) to Kingman AAD, sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
				97124 (384th BG, 545th BS) MIA Apr 13, 1944 on mission to Schweinfurt.
				97126  Freeman has this plane as being with
					100th BG, 351st BS as "The Latest Rumor" and damaged in taxying 
					accident at Thorpe Abbotts and w/o as salvage May 24, 1944.  Unofficially
					repaired and used as group HQ's "hack" for several months after
					VE Day.
				97131 (457th BG, 751st BS, *Home James*) shot down by flak Aug 6, 1944 during mission to Genshagen
					Aug 6, 1944.  4 KIA, 5 bailed out
				97136 (384th BG, 544th BS) MIA Apr 27, 1944 on mission to Sottevast, France
				97137 (457th BG) shot down by flak Apr 20, 1944 during mission
					to Gorenflos, France.  8 KIA, 2 bailed out. 
				97138 (94th BG, 332nd BS) interned in Switzerland Apr 24, 1944
				97139 (384th BG, 546th BS) salvaged Jun 18, 1944.
				97140 (96th BG, 338th BS) lost Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 7413
				97142 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Daniel Webster*) lost Sept 12, 1944 on mission to Brux, Germany.  MACR 8901
				97143 (452nd BG, 729th BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4776
				97144 (351st BG, 509th BS) diverted to Sweden Jun 21, 1944 and crash landed after mission to Berlin.   MACR 6536
				97148 (447th BG, 711th BS) lost Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 5903
				97149 (351st BG, 509th BS) shot down by fighters May 27, 1944 on mission to Ludwigshafen.  MACR 5327
				97150 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Silver Queen*) salvaged Jan 10, 1945.
				97152 (2nd BG, 20th BS) shot down by Fiat G55 of Squadriglia "Montefusco" of ANR Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3514
				97153 (94th BG, 333rd BS) lost Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8841
				97154 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost SEp 11, 1944.  MACR 8817
				97155 (MSN 7628, 94th BG, 333rd BS) force landed at Bulltofta, Sweden Apr 11, 1944 and interned.  MACR 3862.  
					Converted to airliner and registered SE-BAO May 26, 1945 and named "Bob".   Owned by
					Swedish crown but operated by SILA.  WFU and scrapped Oct 1948
				97157 (351st BG, 508th BS) shot down by fighters May 27, 1944 on mission to Ludwigshafen.  MACR 5330.
				97159 (2nd BG, 20th BS) lost Aug 29, 1944.  MACR 8763
				97160 (390th BG, 568th BS) lost Aug 2, 1944, North Sea.  MACR 7750
				97162 delivered Cheyenne Feb 4, 1944, to Kearney Feb 16, 1944.  Assignet to 457th BG, 748th BS at Glatton Mar 8, 1944.
					On return from mission to Erding Apr 24, 1944 in forced landing at base.  Salvaged Apr 27, 1944.
				97163 (379th BG, 527th BS) lost Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8899
				97164 (457th BG, 749th BS, *Rebel Queen*) shot down by flak Jan 28, 1945 during
					mission to Cologne.  MACR 11987.  2 KIA, 7 POW.
				97165 (301st BG, 353rd BS) lost over Austria Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 6910
				97166 (96th BG, 337th BS) lost Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3591.
				97167 (96th BG, 339th BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4858
				97168 (351st BG) returned to USA Jun 1945.
				97170 (379th BG) crashed near Romilly, France Dec 4, 1944 after
					rear fuselage severed in collision with another B-17.
					7 crew killed.
				97171 (388th BG, 563rd BS) lost over Paris Aug 2, 1944.  MACR 7745
				97172 (388th BG, 561st BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Salvaged.
42-97173/97407		Boeing B-17G-45-BO Fortress
				MSN 7646/7880
				97173 (91st BG, 323rd BS) lost Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 8323
				97174 (381st BG, 534th BS, *Joanne*) damaged by collisin of B-17
					42-31698, and 42-97214 May 24, 1944.  All control surface of
					elevator and rudder burned down but returned to base safely
					May 24, 1944.  Tail gunner bailed out and POW, rest of crew
					returned.  MACR 5180.  Aircraft was shot down by AAA 
					Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5993. 2 KIA, 7 POW.
				97175 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost Feb 6, 1945.  MACR 12240
				97176 (447th BG, 710th BS) lost May 20, 1944.  MACR 4939
				97177 loaned to US Coast Guard 1948.  Returned 1949.
				97178 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Sweet Mama*) lost Jul 19, 1944, River Isar, Germany.  MACR 7279.
				97179 (447th BG, 711st BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4768
				97180 (306th BG, 423rd BS, 'Miss Ponca City') shot down Sept 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8832
				97182 (390th BG, "Ding Dong Daddy") collided in midair with 42-102936 over Weston Park, UK
					Aug 26, 1944.  All 9 onboard killed.  2 on ground killed.
				97183 delivered Cheyenne Feb 8, 1944, to Nashville Feb 20, 1944, to Morrison Mar 5, 1944, to Homestead
					Mar 15, 1944.  Assigned to 2nd BG, 96th BS at Amendola Mar 18, 1944.  Lost Blechhammer Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6568.
					8 crew POW, two evaded capture.
				97184 delivered Cheyenne Feb 4, 1944, to Greater Island Feb 19, 1944, to Presque Isle Mar 12, 1944. Assigned
					to 562nd BS, 388th BG at Knettishall Mar 11, 1944.  Belly landed at Honington Jun 12, 1944.  Refitted.
					Crash landed at base Aug 26, 1944.  Salvaged Oct 30, 1944.  Named "Lady Godiva".  
				97185 delivered Cheyenne Feb 4, 1944, to Wright Feb 23, 1944, to Gr Island Feb 28, 1944, to Grenier Mar 13, 1944.
					Assigned to 96th BG at Snetterton Mar 20, 1944,  Transferred to 306th BG, 369th BS at Thurleigh
					Mar 31, 1944.  Shot down by fighters on raid to Dresden, Germany Feb 14, 1945.  Crew bailed out 
					and plane crashed near Hridelec village, Jicin county, Czechoslovakia.  MACR 12333.  Belly gunner killed,
					rest of crew survived.
				97187 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Miss Umbriago") lost Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9410
				97188 (384th BG, 544th BS) MIA Jun 14, 1944 on mission to Couldmmiers, France.  MACR 5800
				97189 (301st BG, 32nd BS) lost Jun 23, 1944.  MACR 6080.
				97190 (457th BG, 748th BS, *Hitler's Milkman*) hit by flak during mission
					to Nijmegan, Holland Sep 17, 1944.  Landed safely in Belgium.
					Plane was repaired and returned to active duty.  Returned
					to USA Jun 4, 1945.
				97191 (351st BG, 511st BS) shot down by fighters May 27, 1944 on mission to Dessau.  MACR 5326
				97192 (388th BG, 562nd BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3775
				97193 (351st BG) returned to USA Jun 14, 1945
				97194 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Good Pickin")
				97195 (96th BG, 337th BS) lost Aug 4, 1944.  MACR 7741
				97196 (351st BG, 510th BS) diverted to Sweden Oct 7, 1944 during mission to Politz.   MACR 9568.
					 Returned to USA Jun 29, 1945.
				97197 (301st BG) crashlanded near north end of runway at Lucera, Italy
					Apr 8, 1944 on return from local practice bombing mission.
					Aircraft exploded and all onboard were killed.
				97198 delivered Cheyenne Feb 5, 1944, to Nashville Feb 20, 1944, to Savannah Mar 14, 1944.  Assigned 15th AF
					at dakar, French Morocco Mar 17, 1944.  Crashed on takeoff at Eknes Field, Senegal Mar 25, 1944.  All
					onboard killed.
				97199 (91st BG, 324th BS) lost Apr 28, 1944, France.  MACR 4235
				97200 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost Mar 28, 1944.  MACR 3489
				97201 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Jamaica Mary*) salvaged Jul 24, 1944
				97202 (351st BG, 509th BS) shot down by AAA Jun 22, 1944 on mission to Rouen.  MACR 6535
				97203 (92nd BG, 407th BS) interned in Switzerland Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4149.
				97204 delivered Cheyenne Feb 6, 1944, to Greater Island Feb 23, 1944, to Grenier Mar 13, 1944.  Assigned to
					547th BS, 384th BG at Grafton Underwood Mar 30, 1944.  (384th BG, 547th BS, *Sky Lark*) MIA Aug 25, 1944 
					on mission to Anklam, Germany.  MACR 8466.  8 POW, 1 evaded, 1 KIA.
				97205 delivered Cheyenne Feb 6, 1944, Greater Island Feb 22, 1944, to Presque Isle Mar 12, 1944.  Assigned to
					336th BS, 95th BG at Horham Mar 14, 1944.  Battle damage Merseburg Jul 28, 1944, crash landed at base.
					Salvaged Jul 29, 1944.
				97206 delivered Cheyenne Feb 6, 1944, Greater Island Feb 25, 1944, Presque Isle Mar 10, 1944.  Assigned to 452nd BG
					at Deopham Green Mar 16, 1944, named "Woolf Pack". Battle damage Rechlin, Germany Aug 26, 1944.  Went down 
					in Belgium Sep 25, 1944.  All crew evaded and returned to duty.  
				97207 (385th BG, 549th BS) lost May 13, 1944.  MACR 4880
				97208 delivered Cheyenne Feb 6, 1944, Kerney Feb 24, 1944, Grenier Mar 8, 1944, Presque Isle Mar 10, 1944.
					Slated for 305th BG.  W/o Mar 13, 1944.
				97209 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4777
				97211 (385th BG, 548th BS) lost Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 7360
				97212 (96th BG, 339th BS) damaged by enemy fighters and 
					landed at Malmo, Sweden Apr 11, 1944 and was interned.  MACR 3817
				97214 (381st BG, 534th BS, *Carolina Queen*) in midair collision with
					B-17G 42-31698, crashed Gratze, Germany May 24, 1944.  MACR 5181.
					9 KIA
				97216 (351st BG) salvaged May 8, 1945 with fire damage.
				97217 (92nd BG, 326th BS) lost Apr 24, 1944.  MACR 4150
				97218 (92nd BG, 326th BS) lost Apr 24, 1944 Bubach, Germany,  MACR 4150
				97219 (388th BG, 560th BS) lost Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9378
				97220 delivered Cheyenne Feb 8, 1944, to Greater Island Feb 23, 1944.  To Grenier Mar 13, 1944.  Assigned
					to 550th BS, 385th BG at Ashfield Mar 15, 1944.  Transferred to 728th BS, 452nd BG at Deopham Green
					Mar 16, 1944.  Named 'Kickapoo Joy Juice'.  Shot down by enemy aircraft and crashed E of Runingen,
				 	two miles S of Brunswick, Germany May 8, 1944.  MACR 4589.  10 crew POW.
				97221 (384th BG, 547th BS) lost Apr 24, 1944 on mission to Oberphaffenhofen, Germany.  MACR 4351
				97223 (95th BG, 412nd BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3807
				97225 (385th BG) lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  I also have this one as being
					lost with 92nd BG, 325th BS Jul 16, 1944 over Germany, MACR 7566.
				97226 (385th BG, 551st BS) lost Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4458.
				97227 (92nd BG  326th BS   "Cookin' With Gas" JW-P) Oct 2, 1944 during formation assembly for mission to Kassel,
                              suffered mid-air collision and crashed near Wellesbourne; most of the crew bailed out but 2 KIA 
                              The other B-17, 43-38510, returned to Podington safely.
				97228 (384th BG, 545th BS, *GI Jive*) MIA Apr 13, 1944 on mission to Schweinfurt.  MACR 3871
				97229 (379th BG, 524th BS, "Hi Ho Silver") extensively damaged in midair collision
					Sep or Oct 1944, and subsequently scrapped.
				97230 delivered Cheyenne Feb 9, 1944, to Rapid City Feb 26, 1944, to Dow Field Apr 18, 1944.  Assigned
					to 398th BG at Apr 28, 1944.  No ops.  Transferred to 418th BS, 10-0th BG at Thorpe Abbots.  Named "Lay or
					Bust"  Battle damage on mission to Nurnberg, Germany Feb 29, 1945.  Force landing on continent.  
					Salvaged Feb 20, 1945.
				97231 (384th BG, 547th BS) MIA Apr 13, 1944 on mission to Schweinfurt.  MACR 3872.
				97232 (95th BG, 412nd BS, "G.I. Issue/Government Property/Sandy's
					Refueling Boys") lost Dec 16, 1944.  MACR 11259.
				97233 (384th BG, 545th BS) MIA Apr 13, 1944 on mission to Schweinfurt.  MACR 3874.
				97234 (91st BG, 322nd BS) lost Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10360.
				97235 (452nd BG, 729th BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4778
				97236 (457th BG) crashed near Glatton Apr 21, 1944 on takeoff during mission to Merseberg,
					Germany.  4 bailed out, 6 killed.
				97237 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Royal Flush II*) landed Jul 19, 1944, Dubendorf, 
					Switzerland and interned.  MACR 7280.
				97238 (381st BG, 534th BS, "Our Captain")
				97239 (306th BG, 369th BS) lost May 8, 1944.  MACR 4555.
				97240 (92nd BG, 325th BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3673.
				97241 (388th BG, 563rd BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3776.
				97242 (390th BG, 568th BS) lost Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4014.
				97243 (92nd BG, 325th BS) lost Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3674.
				97245 (92nd BG, 407th BS) lost in North Sea Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5984.  Only the navigator survived, he bailed
					out over Germany before the plane attempted to make it back.  One body washed up to land in Holland.
				97246 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3474.
				97247 (452nd BG) damaged by German bombers night of Jun 21-22, 1944
					on ground at Poltava, Russia.  Salvaged Jul 7, 1944.
				97250 (306th BG, 423rd BS) lost Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5987.
				97251 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Snuffy*) crashed in England Jan 20, 1945.
				97252 (351st BG) returned to USA Jun 11, 1945
				97253 (94th BG, 410th BS) lost Dec 31, 1944.  MACR 11370.
				97254 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Iza Vailable Too") salvaged May 8, 1944
				97255 (388th BG, 563rd BS) shot down Apr 11, 1944 by FW 190 off coast of Rostock, Germany.  
					All 10 crew KIA.  MACR 3777.
				97256 (452nd BG, "Big Time Operator") destroyed by enemy bombing at
					Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned Jul 2, 1944.
				97257 (95th BG, 412th BS, "Knock-Out Baby!")
				97258 (351st BG) returned to USA May 31, 1945.
				97259 (306th BG, 367th BS) lost May 8, 1944.  MACR 4556
				97260 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Bow Ur Neck Steve's") lost May 11, 1944, Riegelsberg-Neuhaus.  MACR 4868.
				97262 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7808
				97263 (38rth BG, 547th BS, *Lady Margaret*) crashed in England Jan 10, 1945.
				97264 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Shoo-Shoo---Baby") lost Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9560
				97265 (381st BG, 535th BS, *Hells Angel*) flown to Kingman, AZ Nov 28, 1945.
				97266 (398th BG, 602nd BS, *Godfathers Inc*) shot down over Pilzen, Czechoslovakia Apr 25, 1944.
					MACR 14224.
				97267 (381st BG, 535th BS, *Tomahawk Warrior*) caught fire and exploded
					on ground at Ridgewell Apr 26, 1945.
				97269 (96th BG, 337th BS) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5161.
				97270 registration N5069P reserved Jan 1988.  No information on it.
				97271 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Boss Lady*) MIA Mar 20, 1945 on mission to Hamburg.  MACR 13565.
				97272 (303rd BG 359th BS, "Duchess Daughter") in taxi accident Jul 6, 1944
				97273 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Aces & Ates*) shot down by flak July 12, 1944 on mission to Munich.  MACR 7568.
				97274 (384th BG, 547th BS) MIA Apr 13, 1944 on mission to Schweinfurt.  MACR 3873.
				97275 (385th BG, 549th BS, 'Roger the Dodger') lost Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9522.
				97276 (91st BG  323rd BS  "Sweet 17, The Spirit of St. Louis") deployed in July 1944;  survived
                    		war and salvaged at Kingman, AZ in Dec. 1945.
				97278 (306th BG, 367th BS) lost Sept 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8833.
				97280 (385th BG, 550th BS, "Haybag Annie") DBR in accident while landing at RAF
					Valley June 1945, date uncertain but probably June 16.  Brake
					failure led to aircraft overshooting the runway.  Plane was on
					its way back to USA, of 20 onboard, only three suffered
					slight injuries.
				97281 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Queenie") in belly landing Mar 28, 1945
				97282 (384th BG, 544th BS, *Rebel*) MIA Nov 8, 1944 on mission to Merseburg, Germany.  MACR 10352.
				97283 (452nd BG) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned Jul 2, 1944.
				97284 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Ain't Misbehavin") crashed in Italy Apr 9, 1944
				97285 (381st BG, 534th BS, *Patsy Ann*) to Kingman, AZ Dec 1, 1945.
				97286 (388th BG, 561th BS, "Skipper and the Kids/Rough dea") crashed into Beinn Nuis Dec 10, 1944 enroute from Knettishal
					to Prestwick.  MACR 11339.  All occupants killed, wreck not found until Mar 3, 1945.
					Crash was during alleged cross-country navigation flight from
					Knettshal, but the real purpose is believed to been the collection of
					whiskey for officers' club.  Two passengers were also onboard.
				97288 (92nd BG, 325th BS) lost Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13150
				97290 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Smilin' Sandy Sanchez") lost May 19, 1944.  MACR 4928
				97291 (303rd BG, 359th BS) lost Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 8212.
				97292 (91st BG, 322nd BS) lost Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6545.
				97293 (92nd BG, 326th BS) lost Aug 3, 1944, France.  MACR 7699.
				97295 (390th BG, 571st BS) lost May 27, 1944.  MACR 5255.
				97297 (306th BG, 369th BS, *How Soon*, later to 92nd BG May 9, 1945).
					Salvaged Germany Oct 31, 1945.
				97298 (303rd BG, 358th BS, *The Floose*) bellylanded Dec 24, 1944 after undercarriage
					failed to lower.  SOC for salvage.
				97303 (306th BG, 369th BS) lost May 11, 1944.  MACR 4557
				97304 (91st BG, 323rd BS) lost Jul 31, 1944, Germany.  MACR 7806
				97305 (351st BG) damaged by AAA and ditched in North Sea Apr 24, 1944 on mission to Erding
				97307 delivered Cheyenne Feb 17, 1944, to Rapid City Mar 5, 1944, to Dow Field Apr 28, 1944.  Assigned to 398th BG
					at Nuthampshtead Mayu 3, 1944, transferred to 548th BS, 385th BG at Great Ashfield May 4, 1944.  Battle damaged
					on mission to Bohlen Sep 12, 1944 and force landed Brussels, Belgium.  Salvaged Jan 3, 1945.
				97311 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Shoo Shoo Baby" aka "Silver Fox"
					scrapped Dec 14, 1945.
				97313 (381st BG, 535th BS, *The Columbus Miss*) MIA Jan 14, 1945.
				97314 (92nd CBW, 398th BG, "Pop") interened in Sweden May 2, 1944
				97315 (381st BG, 532nd BS) crashlanded and caught fire Halsead, UK May 5, 1944.
				97318 (351st BG) shot down by fighters Sept 12, 1944 on mission to Plauen, Germany
				97319 (92nd BG) lost Feb 29, 1944, Germany
				97320 (384th BG, 544th BS) shot down in Belgium but salvaged Jan 10, 1945
				97323 (381st BG, 534rd BG, *Begin the Beguine/She Dood It*) flown to Kingman, AZ
					Dec 6, 1945. Scrapped 1946-47.
				97324 (97th BG, 341st BS) lost Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13265
				97325 (351st BG) collided with B-24 during wing assembly May 24, 1944 for mission to Epinal.
				97326 (92nd BG, 407th BS) shot down by fighters Sep 11, 1944. 5 KIA, 4 POW.  MACR 8890
				97329 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Flak Hack") lost Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9411.
				97330 (381st BG, 535th BS, *Chug a Lug IV*) shot down by AAA Rotenburg,
					Germany Nov 6, 1944.  MACR 10154.  2 KIA, 7 POW.
				97331 lost on ferry flight North Atlantic Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3682
				97333 (94th BG, 333rd BS) lost Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9556
				97334 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Haard Luck") lost Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8892
				97336 (96th BG, 413rd BS) shot down Jun 20, 1944 near Magdeburg,	
					Germany.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				97338 delivered Cheyenne Feb 19, 1944, to Hunter Mar 9, 1944, to Grenier Apr 7, 1944.  Assigned to 398th BG 
					601st BS 3O-C, 600th BS N8-C at Nuthampstead Apr 24, 1944 aka "Ugly Duckling".  Battle damage Jan 8, 1945 and force
					landed at Abbeville, France.  Salvaged at 5 SAF, Merville, France Mar 12, 1945.
				97339 (398th BG, 600th BS) lost May 19, 1944.  MACR 4937
				97342 (94th BG, 332nd BS) lost Apr 21, 1945.  MACR 14167
				97344 (401st BG, 613rd BS) lost Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 8203
				97346 (2nd BG, 20th BS) lost Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 3911
				97347 (301st BG, 32nd BS) lost Jun 5, 1944.  MACR 5837
				97348 (398th BG, 603rd BS) lost Jul 13, 1944.  MACR 7498.
				97349 (351st BG) returned to USA May 31, 1945.
				97350 (305th BG, 365th BS) lost Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 7276
				97351 (2nd BG, 20th BS) lost Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6565.
				97353 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost Aug 13, 1944.  MACR 10709.
				97357 (381st BG, 533rd BS, *The Railroader*) reduced to salvage Jan 13, 1945.
				97361 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4821
				97363 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5894
				97365 (306th BG, 369th BS) lost Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 7901
				97367 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Umbriago*) crashed in England Jul 16, 1944
				97368 (306th BG, 368th BS) lost Sept 12, 1944, Germany.   MACR 8834
				97371 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost May 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4822
				97372 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Booby Trap*) damaged by enemy fighters 
					Apr 24, 1944 on mission to Oberphaffenhofen, Germany and 
					crashlanded near Fusse, Germany whil attempting to reach
					Switzerland.  MACR 4349
				97376 (95th BG, 412th BS, "Aunt Callie's Baby"), (95th BG, 335th BS,
					"She Fox"), (95th BG, 335th BS, "Lucky Lady")
				97381 delivered Cheyenne Feb 24, 1944, to Kearney Mar 17, 1944, to Grenier Apr 6, 1944.
					Assigned to 511th BS, 351st BG at Polebrook Apr 12, 1944.  Damaged Aug 6, 1944 on mision
					to Brandenberg.  Flak knocked out #4 engine, caught fire, could not put fire out and
					pilot gave order to abandon ship.  Three crewmen bailed out.  Pilot dived the ship and
					managed to put the fire out  and was able to nurse the ship back to Leiston base and
					crahlanded there .  Qircraft was repaired and put back in operation, but crashed on takeoff
					Jan 10, 1945.  Returned to USA May 31, 1945.  To RFC at Kinman Dec 14, 1945.
					Named "Linda Ball II"
				97382 delivered Cheyenne Feb 14, 1944, to Gr Island Mar 26, 1944, to Grenier Apr 6, 1944.  
					Assigned to 398th BG at Nuthampstead Apr 7, 1944.  Transferred to 96th BG, 337th BS at
					Snetterton Apr 8, 1944.  In midair collision with 42-102452 on missin to Brux May 12, 1944, and
					crashed Kambert, 10 mi SE of Limburg, Germany.  MACR 4859 (4852?).  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				97383 (95th BG, 334th BS) lost Nov 30, 1944.  MACR 10839
				97384 telivered Cheyenne Feb 24, 1944, to Billings Mar 1,1 944, to Cheyenne Mar 3, 1944, to 222 BU
					at Ardmore Jan 11, 1945, to 273rd BU Lincoln Jan 27, 1945, to 222 BU Ardmore May 10, 945, to 332 BU Ardmore
					Jun 16, 1945.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 21, 1945.
				97385 (398th BG, 601st BS) forced down in open field near Rechicourt le Chateau on mission to
					Ludwigshafen Sep 8, 1944.  Captured by German troops, but destroyed on ground by Allied
					fighter bombers.  MACR 8605
				97387 (398th BG, 602nd BS) lost Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 12214
				97390 (452nd BG, 730th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned Jul 2, 1944.
				97392 (447th BG, 711th BS, 'Ramblin Wreck') returned to USA Jul 9, 1945.
					Arrived at Kingman, AZ Dec 20, 1945.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946
				97394 (398th BG, 603rd BS) lost Aug 8, 1944.  MACR 8065
				97397 (381st BG, 534th BS, "Unavailable Mabel") returned to USA
					Jun 10, 1945
				97398 (487th BG, 836th BS) lost Dec 31, 1944.  MACR 11352
				97399 (398th BG, 600th BS) lost Aug 8, 1944.  MACR 7383
				97400 (708th BS, 447th BG, "Fuddy Duddy") delivered Cheyenne Fev 26, 1944, to Kearney Mar 12, 1944,
					to Dow Field Apr 5, 1944.  To 708th BS, 447th BG at Rattlesden Apr 7, 1944.  Collided with 43-38083 
					over Mannheim, Germany. MACR 11228. 7 KIA, 2 POW.  Plane marked as 42-97400 at Lyon Aviation Museum is
					actually 44-83563.
				97401 delivered Cheyenne Feb 26, 1944, to Kearney Mar 14,1 944, to Grenier Apr 2,1 944.  Assigned to
					601st BG, 398th BG at Nuthampstead Ap4 28, 1944.  MIA ? Oct 17, 1944.  Salvanged Nov 29, 1944
				97402 delivered Cheyenne Feb 26, 1944, to Kearney Mar 16, 1944, to Grenier Apr 2, 1944.  Assigned to 325th BS,
					92nd BG at Podington Apr 15, 1944.  Battle damage Ludwigshafen Sep 5, 1944.  Force landed at Manston, UK.
					Salvaged Sep 7, 1944.
				97403 delivered Cheyenne Feb 26, 1944, to Kearney Mar 16,1 94, to Grenier Apr 2, 1944.  Assigned to 337th BS,
					96th BG at Snetterton Apr 8, 1944.  (96th BG, 337th BS) lost on mission to Berlin May 8, 1944.  MACR 4570
					7 KIA, 3 POW.
				97404 (384th BG, 544th BS) lost May 13, 1944, Poland.  MACR 4813
				97405 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Mary Cary") lost Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 7131
				97406 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Apr 19, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4047
				97407 (390th BG, 570th BS) lost Nov 30, 1944.  MACR 4047

42-97411		Beech UC-43C Traveller 
				Civilian Model F-17D MSN 260 NC19469 impressed by USAAF. 
42-97412		Cessna UC-77D 
				Civilian Model C37 Airmaster NC17087 MSN 347 impressed by USAAF.
42-97413		Beech UC-43J Traveller 
				civilian Model C-17L MSN 83 NC15813 impressed by USAAF.
42-97414		Fairchild UC-61H Forwarder 
				Civilian Model 24G MSN 2916 NC19116 impressed by USAAF
42-97415		Beech UC-43G Traveller 
				Civilian Model C-17B MSN 134 NC17079 impressed by USAAF.
42-97416		Waco UC-72H 
				Civilian Model ZQC6 NC16202 MSN 4400 impressed by USAAF
42-97417		Beech UC-43E Traveller 
				Civilian Model C-17R MSN 116 NC2000 impressed by USAAF.
42-97418		Waco UC-72J 
				Civilian Model AVN8 NC19385 MSN 5117 impressed by USAAF.  To CAA as NC231.  To NC231E
42-97419		Fairchild UC-61F Forwarder
				Civilian Model 24R-9 MSN 425 NC18690 impressed by USAAF.
42-97420		Beech UC-43J Traveller 
				Civilian Model C-17L MSN 109 NC15836 MSN 4406 impressed by USAAF.  To NC54931
42-97421		Waco UC-72Q 
				Civilian Model ZQC-6 NC16206 MSN 4406 impressed by USAAF
42-97422		Waco UC-72P 
				Civilian Model ACG8 NC20950 MSN 5068 impressed by USAAF
42-97423		Waco UC-72E 
				Civilian Model ZGC7 MSN 4569 NC2245 impressed by USAAF
42-97424		Beech UC-43E Traveller 
				Civilian Model C-17R MSN 79 NC1600 impressed by USAAF.
42-97425		Waco UC-72J 
				Civilian Model AVN8 NC19370 MSN 5105 impressed by USAAF
42-97426/97428		Beech UC-43G Traveller 
				civilian Model C-17Bs impressed by USAAF.  
				97426 MSN 98 NC16439
				97427 MSN 101 NC16442
				97428 MSN 95 NC16436
42-97429		Waco UC-72M 
				Civilian Model ZKS7 NC2628 MSN 5233 impressed by USAAF
42-97430		Stinson L-9B 
				originally designated AT-19B.  Model 
				10-A commandeered by USAAF from civilian users.
42-97431		Beech UC-43E Traveller 
				Civilian Model C-17R MSN 80 NC2166 impressed by USAAF.
42-97432		Stinson L-9B 
				Originally designated AT-19B.  Model 
				10-A commandeered by USAAF from civilian users.
42-97433		Fairchild UC-61G Forwarder 
				Civilian Model 24W-40 NC28645 impressed by USAAF
42-97434		Stinson L-9B 
				Originally designated AT-19B.  Model 
				10-A commandeered by USAAF from civilian users.
42-97435		Fairchild UC-61A-FA Argus
				Model F24W-41A NC37194 impressed by USAAF
42-97436/97535		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-15-VE Fortress
				MSN 6801/6900
				97437 (97th BG, 342nd BS) lost Sep 10, 1944.  MACR 8365
				97439 (99th BG, 416th BS) lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2390
				97440 (401st BG, 614th BS) lost May 30, 1944.  MACR 5310
				97441 (92 BG, 407 BS) lost Jan 30, 1944, Hannover-Fahrenwald, Germany.  MACR 2254
				97442 (381st BG, 532nd BS) crashlanded during practice mission
					Oct 1, 1944, salvaged Oct 3, 1944.
				97443 (457th BG, 749th BS, *Miss Yu*) salvaged Jan 22, 1944
					after crashed on landing in Ireland.
				97444 (97th BG, 414th BS)lost Feb 17, 1944, Mediterranean.  MACR 2392
				97447 (95th BG, 334th BS) lost Feb 10, 1944.  MACR 2547
				97448 (401st BG, 614th BS) lost Apr 20, 1944, France.  MACR 4055
				97449 (384th BG, 547th BS, *Sweetheart*) captured by Luftwaffe Jul 19, 1944, Mils near 
					Imst, Austria.  MACR 7261.
				97450 (384th BG, 546th BS) MIA Feb 22, 1944 on mission to Aschersleben, Germany,  MACR 2464
				97451 (457th BG, 751st BS,  *Nancy K*) collided with 42-97456 on way to target at
					Gaggenau, Germany Sep 10, 1944.  Was able to land safely, but
					2 of the crew parachuted into friendly territory in France,
					fearing that the ship was doomed.  42-97456 crashed, killing
					all but 2 of the crew.
				97452 (457th BG, 751st BS) shot down by enemy fighters May 28, 1944 during
					mission to Dessau and crashed into English Channel.  MACR 5296.
					All 9 crew killed.  
				97454 (381st BG, 533rd BS) shot down by AAA Berlin, Germany May 19, 1944. 
					MACR 4932
				97455 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost May 19, 1944.  MACR 4829
				97456 (457th BG, 751st BS, *Mighty Little John*) collided with 42-97451 while on
					way to target at Gaggenau Sep 10, 1944.  Cut in half near
					the waist by props of other plane and crashed.  2 bailed
					out, 7 killed.  42-97451 made it back to base safely.
				97457 (457th BG, 749th BS) shot down by flak Feb 25, 1944 during
					mission to Augsburg.  MACR 2918.  6 KIA, 4 POW.
				97460 (457 BG, 749 BS) shot down by flak May 27, 1944, Differten during mission
					to Ludwigshaven.   MACR 5295.  1 KIA, 9 POW
				97461 (447th BG, 711th BS) crashlanded at RAF fighter strip near Eindhoven, Holland Oct 7, 1944 on
					return from Meresburg.   Salvaged Nov 14, 1944.
				97463 (306th BG, 423rd BS) lost Feb 20, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2430
				97464 (401st BG, 614th BS) lost Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 3941
				97465 (457th BG, 751st BS) shot down by flak Apr 9, 1944 during mission
					to Gdynia.  MACR 3665.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				97466 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost Mar 29, 1944.  MACR 3478
				97467 (91st BG, 401st BS) interned in Sweden Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7418
				97468 (457th BG, 748th BS) crashlanded at base in England after missin to Augsberg
					Feb 25, 1944.  All crew survived, but plane total loss.
				97469 (379th BG, 527th BS, "Busy-Baby") declared war-weary Jan 11, 1945.
					Scrapped Dec 1945.
				97470 (457th BG, 748th BS, *Oh Kay*) shot down by fighters Sep 28, 1944 on mission 
					to Magdeburg.  MACR 9771.  All 9 crew POW.
				97471 (381st BG, 532nd BS, *Male Call*) crashlanded at Ridgewell Mar 20, 1944.
				97472 (351st BG, 511th BS) shot down by fighters May 28, 1944 on mission to Dessau.  MACR 5329
				97473 (390th bG, 571st BS) lost Jun 5, 1944.  MACR 5481
				97474 (381st BG, 533rd BS, *Homing Pigeon*) shot down by fighters Opherdicke,
					Germany Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2934
				97476 (94th BG, 333rd BS) lost Mar 23, 1944.  MACR 3536
				97477 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Porky's Pig*) lost Apr 24, 1944 on mission to 
					Oberphaffenhofen, Germany.  MACR 4348
				97480 (96th BG, 337th BS) lost Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 3769.  RAF record card
					for Mosquito DZ548 states that this Mosquito crashed at St Ives,
					England Feb 5,1944 after colliding with this B-17.
				97481 (457th BG, 751st BS, *Liberty Run*) shot down by fighters on mission
					to Berlin May 19, 1944.  MACR 4941.  9 crew bailed out and
					became POWs.  1 KIA.
				97482 (100th BG, 418th BS) shot down Mar 6, 1944 by fighter
					attack near Haseluenne.  7 killed, 3 bailed
					out and taken prisoner.  MACR 3033
				97483 (91st BG, 322nd BS) shot down near Berlin Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 2902
				97484 (447th BG, 710th BS) lost Mar 11, 1944.  MACR 3188
				97485 (379th BG, 526th BS) lost Mar 26, 1944.  MACR 3592
				97488 (384th BG, 547th BS) MIA Feb 22, 1944 on mission to Aschersleben, Germany.  MACR 2465
				97490 (2nd BG, 429th BS) lost Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8363
				97491 (100th BG, 418th BS) shot down by fighter attack Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 3034
					near Haseluenne.  One killed, 9 bailed out and
					taken prisoner.
				97492 (351st BG, 511st BS) shot down by fighters Aug 3, 1944, Huttersdorf-Lebach, Germany
					MACR 7704
				97494 (92nd BG, 325th BS) lost Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2758
				97495 (95th BG) shot down Mar 6, 1944 by fighter attack near
					Haseluenne.  Crew bailed out, taken prisoner.  MACR 2986
				97496 (401st BG, 615th BG) lost Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3942
				97497 (447th BG, 711th BG) lost Oct 12, 1944.  MACR 9573
				97498 (303rd BG, 358th BS) lost Feb 6, 1944.  MACR 2384
				97499 (95th BG, 340th BS) lost Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 3977
				97500 (305th BG, 364th BS) lost Feb 20, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2429
				97501 (447th BG, 711st BS) lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4253.
				97502 (379th BG, 527th BS) lost May 13, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4930
				97503 (381st BG, 533rd BS, *Princess Pat*) caught fire during
					training flight and crashlanded at Ridgewell Mar 26 (27?), 1945
					and reduced to salvage.  All crew escaped.
				97504 delivered Denver Dec 4, 1943, to Kearney Dec 23, 1943, to Presque Isle Jan 2, 1944.
					assigned to 323rd BS, 91st BG Bassingbourn Jan 23, 1944.  Battle damaged on mission to Frieberg
					Oct 14, 1944, crashlanded at base on return.  Salvaged.  Named "Mary Lou"
				97505 (381st BG, ex 306 BS) flown to Kingman, AZ Dec 5, 1945.
				97506 (550 BS, 385 BG, 'Thunder Bird') shot down by enemy fighters Jan 29, 1944 near Simmern,
					Germany during mission to Frankfurt. MACR 2269. 10 crew POW.
				97509 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Old Hickory") MIA Mar 2, 1944
				97510 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Satan's Playmates) returned to USA postwar.  To Kingman AAD.
					Sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
				97511 (381st BG, 535th BS, *Egg haid*) in midair collision with 42-40011 Jan 21, 1945.  
					Declared salvage.
				97515 (92nd BG, 325th BS, "Little Runt") damaged and interned at Dubendorf, Switzerland Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3226
				97516 (97th BG, 341th BS) shot down over Austria Jul 25, 1944.  MAC 7126
				97518 delivered Cheyenne Dec 8, 1943, to Kansas City Dec 27, 1943, Orlando Jan 1, 1944, to 902 BU Orlando
					Jun 2, 1944, to Mat Spl Tonopah Jun 23, 1944, to Mat Com Wright Field Jun 28, 1944, to Grenier Jun 28, 1944.
					to Prestwick, UK Jun 30, 1944.  Assigned to 8th AF, fitted with TV camera and GB-4 glide bomb equipment
					(Batty) Jul 2, 1944.
				97519 delivered Cheyenne Dec 8, 1943, to Kearney Dec 30, 1944.  Assigned to 91st BG, 401st BS at
					Bassingbourn Feb 12, 1944, named "Spirit of Billy Mitchell".  Hit by many Bf 109s and crashed
					S of Herlefeld, 18 mi SE of Kassel, Germany Apr 19, 1944.  MACR 4048.  4 KIA, 6 POW
				97520 delivered Cheyenne Dec 9, 1943, to Great Island Dec 30, 1943, to Presque Isle Jan 20, 1944.  Assigned
					to 525th BS, 379BG at Kimbolton Jan 29, 1944.  Shot down by AAA and crashed in woods near Schlebusch,
					Lippmanstraase, Germany Feb 22, 1944.  MACR 2881.  9 KIA, 1 POW
				97521 delivered Cheyenne Dec 9, 1943, to Kearney Dec 31, 1943, to Presque Isle Jan 27, 1944.  Assigned
					to 384th BG, 545th BS at Grafton Underwood Feb 10, 1944, named "The Saint". Forcelanded on continent
					Jan 10, 1945, salvaged Jan 28, 1945.
				97524 (96 BG, 337 BS) lost 3/9/1944.
				97526 (301 st BG, 353rd BS) shot down by fighters Feb 25, 1944 near Furth,
					Germany.  6 POW, 4 KIA.  MACR 2723.
				97527 (92nd BG, 327th BS) shot down by flak near Vechta Mar 6, 1944.  MACR 2996
				97528 (388th BG, 563rd BS, "Mary's Sister") damaged by flak during
					raid on Hanau marshalling yards and crashed upon landing
					at RAF fighter base at Hawkinge Jan 5, 1945.  4 killed.
				97531 (97th BG, 414th BS, "Victory Bound") lost Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 6950
				97533 (305th BG, 364th BS) lost Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 8208
				97534 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost Nov 25, 1944.  MACR 11049		
42-97536/97635		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-20-VE Fortress
				MSN 6901/7000
				97536 (463rd BG, 773th BS) lost Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6414
				97537 (457th BG, 748th BS) shot down by flak and fighters
					on mission to Gdynia Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3666.  1 KIA, 9 POW
				97539 delivered Cheyenne Dec 15, 1943.  To Lakeland Jan 6, 1944, to Morrison Jan 15, 1944.  Assigned to
					447th BG at Rattleden Feb 16, 1944.  Transferred to 775th BS, 463rd BG at Celone Feb 22, 1944.
					Salvaged Oct 22, 1945.
				97540 (463rd BG, 775th BS) lost May 18, 1944.  MACR 5061
				97542 (388th BG, 563rd BS) lost Mar 5, 1945.  MACR 12926
				97544 (463rd BG, 773rd BS) lost Aug 17, 1944.  MACR 7458
				97545 (94th BG, 332nd BS) lost Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4160
				97546 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Idaliza") scraspped Dec 1, 1945.
				97547 (463rd BG, 772nd BS) lost May 10, 1944.  MACR 4748
				97549 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost May 29, 1944.  MACR 5228
				97550 (463rd BG, "Lassie and Her Lads") crashed and burned at Foggia
					Main Oct 11, 1944.
				97551 (463rd BG, 772nd BS) lost over Austria May 10, 1944.  MACR 4747
				97552 (303rd BG, 360th BS) lost Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4009
				97555 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 7880
				97556 (96th BG, 413th BS) shot down by night intruding Me 410
					Apr 12, 1944 during night approach to base near Parkham and
					crashed at Glenham, Suffolk.  3 KIA.
				97557 (544th BS, 384th BG, "Mercy's Madhouse") scrapped at end of war.
				97558 (457th BG, 748th BS, *Tis Me Sugar*) left formation for no apparent
					reason on mission to Weimar Aug 24, 1944 and never
					seen again.  MACR 8200.  Another report has this plane
					as being shot down by a jet fighter.  All 9 crew KIA.
				97559 (385th BG, 549th BS, 'Vapor Trails') lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4459
				97560 (96th BG, 413rd BS) fitted with H2X.  Ran off end of runway at Thorpe Abbots
					May 19, 1944 while on loan to 100th BG and from photographic evidence
					probably DBR.
				97561 (300th BG, "Batchelor's Heaven") caught fire while forming
					up for practice mission and crew attempted to bail out.
					Plane broke up and crashed into some RAF cottages.  3 crew
					killed plus 3 RAF in the cottages.  6 crew bailed out.
				97563 (91st BG, 323rd BS) lost Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10147.  
				97564 (100th BG, 418th BS) lost Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 7414
				97567 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost May 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4860
				97568 (483rd BG, 816th BS) lost Sep 15, 1944.  MACR 9900
				97569 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4161.
				97570 (99th BG, 346th BS) lost Aug 27, 1944. MACR 7991
				97571 (457th BG, 750th BS) shot down by flak Aug 24, 1944 on
					mission to Weimar.  MACR 8201.  5 KIA, 4 POW.
				97573 (384th BG, 545th BS) MIA May 29, 1944 on mission to Krzesiny, Poland.  MACR 5318
				97574 (306th BG, 423rd BS) lost Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10414
				97575 (463rd BG, 774th BS) lost over Austria Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 10747
				97576 (463rd BG, 772nd BS) lost May 10, 1944.  MACR 4839
				97577 (390th BG, 569th BS) lost Sep 10, 1944.  MACR 8914
				97579 (457th BG, 750th BS, *Local Mission*) shot down by flak 
					Jun 14, 1944 on mission to Le Bourget.  MACR 5804.  1 KIA,
					2 evaded, 6 POW.
				97580 (301st BG, 353rd BS) lost May 29, 1944.
				97581 (2nd BG, 96th BS) lost Apr 16, 1944.  MACR 4023
				97583 (463rd BG, 774th BS) lost May 5, 1944.  MACR 4712
				97584 (483rd BG, 816th BS) lost Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6981
				97585 (483rd BG, 840th BS) lost Dec 25, 1944.  MACR 10730
				97589 (381st BG, 533rd BS) crashlanded and caught fire Mar 26, 1945.
				97590 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Virgin Mary") crashed Jun 10, 1944
				97591 (457th BG, 748th BS) lost Nieuwdorp, Netherlands Feb 16, 1945.
				97594 (381st BG, 532rd BS, *Dry Gulcher*) crashed and caught fire Aug 4, 1944.
					Salvaged next day.
				97597 (447th BG, 710th BS) lost Apr 18, 1944.  MACR 4175
				97598 crahlanded at Keesler Field, MS Mar 12, 1945.
				97600 transferred from 351st BG to 401st BG, 613rd BS.  Shot down Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10410
				97601 (401st BS, 91st BG, *General Ike*) scrapped at end of war.  I also have
					this one as having been lost with 457th BG, 751st BS Jul 19, 1944 during
					mission to Augsburg, MACR 7548. 4 KIA, 5 POW
				97603 (385th BG, 548th BS *Gremlin Buggy II*) interned in Switzerland May 27, 1944.  MACR 5266.
					Aircraft set on fire by its crew after landing at Knutwil to prevent
					the secrets of the H2X radar from being discovered by the Swiss.
				97607 (100th BG, 349th BS) lost May 19, 1944.  MACR 4948
				97614 (94th BG, 333rd BS) lost Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5914
				97616 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 7827
				97617 (303 BG, 356 BS, 'Gremlin Bugy II') lost Apr 13, 1944.  MACR 3770
				97619 (3036th AAFBU) hit side of mountain near Yumma AAF,
					AZ Jun 28 1944 on night navigation flight.  5 killed.
				97620 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Apr 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4164
				97621 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost Jul 28, 1944.  MACR 8173
				97622 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Paper Dollie") crashlanded Jul 23, 1944.
				97623 (482nd BG) fitted with H2X radar and K24 camera over display CRT.
					Used during early to mid 1944 to build up print library of of H2X
					target images.  Afterwards fitted with Micro-H radar bombing system,
					First trial mission was to fuel dump at Bois-de-la-Houssire Aug 4, 1944.
				97624 (447th BG, 709th BS) lost Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12241
				97625 (381st BG, 535th BS, *Sunkist Special*) crashlanded Mar 8, 1945 and salvaged.
				97626 (398th BG, 601st BS) lost Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 5996
				97628 (96th BG, 413th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned Jul 2, 1944.
				97631 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost May 8, 1944.  MACR 4571
				97632 (91st BG, 324th BS) lost Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 12232
				97634 (447th BG, 711st BS) lost Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10164
42-97636/97735		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-25-VE Fortress
				MSN 7001/7100
				97636 (351st BG) salvaged in Germany Apr 3, 1946.
				97638 (457th BG, 749th BS, *Follow Me*) shot down by flak 
					Oct 7, 1944 on mission to Politz.  MACR 9773.  
					5 KIA, 5 POW. 
				97640 (301st BG) lost over Austria Feb 23, 1945.  MACR 12470
				97646 (94th BG) transferred to 447th BG Apr 5, 1944.  To Kingman in 1946 and
					sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946
				97647 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 5939
				97648 (97th BG, 340th BS) lost Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8729
				97649 salvaged in Germany Apr 4, 1946
				97651 assigned to 94th Combat Wing but carried on 351st BG strength.  Transferred to
					305th BG May 1945.
				97652 (2nd BG, 49th BS) lost Dec 7, 1944.  MACR 10223
				97653 (483rd BG, 840th BS) lost Jul 15, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 6826
				97654 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost May 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4861
				97655 (97th BG, 414th BS) lost over Austria May 10, 1944.  MACR 4722
				97662 (457th BG, 748th BS) salvaged Jan 23, 1945
				97678 (525th BS, 379th BG, 'Birmingham Jewel') shot down by enemy fighters southwest
					of Hamburg, Germany Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 12217.
				97683 (95th BG, 335th BS) hit by AAA and caught fire near Szolnok, Hungary
					Sep 18, 1944.  Four crew bailed out and became POW.  Then the
					fire ceased and plane continued on to Italy and landed safely.
					MACR 10201.  Plane was repaired.  Transferred to 301st BG, 353rd BS.
					Lost Mar 15, 1945 with 301st BG, 353rd BS.  MACR 12824 
				97685 (301st BG, 353rd BS) lost Nov 25, 1944.  MACR 10108
				97686 (91st BG, 324th BS) lost Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5997
				97687 assigned to 94th Combat Wing but carried on 351st BG strength.  Transferred to
					305th BG May 1945.
				97689 (482nd BG) fitted with Micro-H radar bombing system.  First trial mission
					was to fuel dump at Bois-de-la-Houssire Aug 4, 1944
				97691 (303rd BG, 427th BS) forced landed in Volker, Belgium Nov 26, 1944.  MACR 11193
				97692 fitted with H2X radar and used to photograph French coast
					from Cherbourg to Le Havre duriin gnight of Jun 1, 1944 in
					preparation for D-Day.
				97693 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5624.
				97696 (95th BG, "Terrible Termite")
				97697 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost Oct 2, 1944.  MACR 9526
				97701 assigned to 94th Combat Wing but carried on 351st BG strength.  Transferred to
					305th BG May 1945.
				97702 (482nd BG) fitted with Micro-H Mk II radar bombing system, made first combat
					trial Mar 20, 1945 on mission to Oberusel.
				97705 (301st BG, 32nd BS) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10745
				97715 (2nd BG, 49th BS) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10732
				97717 (482nd BG) fitted with Micro-H radar bombing system, first trial mission
					was to fuel dump at Bois-de-la-Houssire Aug 4, 1944
				97724 (463rd BS, 772nd BS) ditched in Adriatic Jun 9, 1944.  
					All crew MIA.  MACR 5852
				97725 (97th BG, 414th BS) lost Jul 22, 1944.  MACR 6854.
				97726 (463rd BG, 772nd BS) lost May 18, 1944.  MACR 4916.
				97728 (301st BG, 352nd BS) lost over Austria Nov 5, 1944.  MACR 10081
				97734 (99th BG, 346th BS) lost Dec 29, 1944.  MACR 10929
42-97736/97835		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-30-VE Fortress
				MSN 7101/7200
				97736 (301st BG, 419th BS) lost Feb 1, 1945.  MACR 12078
				97738 (301st BG, 352nd BS) lost Nov 13, 1944.  MACR 9863
				97739 (2nd BG, 20th BS) lost over Austria Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10131
				97747 ditched 160 mi SW of Fastnet, Ireland May 16, 1944 during
					ferry flight.
				97762 crashlanded at Langley Field, VA Sep 5, 1945.
				97769 (447th BG, 711th BS) damaged at Rattlesden, UK Dec 2, 1944.  To
					Kingman, AZ in 1946.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946
				97771 (381st BG, 533rd BS, "The 8 Ball MK III") hit by AAA and crashed into North Sea Aug 5, 1944.
				97772 damaged at Langley Field, nose mounted on B-24J 42-73130
				97781 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "The 8 Ball Mk III") crashed into a
					meadow just short of Apeldorn Canal near the village of Eerbeek,
					Holland Nov 2, 1944.  1 KIA, 8 POW, 1 evaded.
				97784 delivered Cheyenne Feb 25, 1944, Denver Mar 6, 1944, Alexandra Mar 18, 1944, 221 BU Alezandra Jan 17, 1945.
					235 BU Avon Park Aug 13, 1945.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945. (FORTLOG)
				97785 delivered Cheyenne Feb 25, 1944, Denver Mar 6, 1944, Alexandra Mar 21, 1945.  215 BU Pueblo Aug 27, 1944,
					221 BU Alexandra Nov 8, 1944.  329 BU Alexandra Mar 1, 1945. 326 BU McDill Jun 8i, 1945.  324 BU Chatham
					Jun 28, 1945. 327 BU Drew Jul 3, 1945.  326 BU McDill Jul 9, 1945.  To RFC at Altus Oct 19, 1945.  (FORTLOG)
				97786 (452nd BG) lost May 12, 1944, Belgium
				97797 (95th BG, 412th BS) lost Aug 16, 1944
				97798 (351st BG) damaged by AAA and ditched in English Channel Jun 14, 1944 on mission to Le Bourget
				97802 crew bailed out after engine failure and plane crashed 12 mi E
					of Avon Park, FL Oct 18, 1945.
				97803 (447th BG  NS) returned to US Jul 9, 1945; RFC Kingman Nov 19, 1945
				97804 (447th BG  711th BS) returned to US Sep 11, 1945; RFC Kingman Nov 12, 1945
				97805 (303rd BG, 360th BS) lost Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9412
				97806 (100th BG, 349th BS) lost Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8818
				97808 (452nd BG, 729th BS) lost May 29, 1944.  MACR 5227
				97810 (398th BG, 602nd BS) lost Mar 29, 1945.  MACR 12962
				97811 (401st BG, 612th BS, *Slick Chick*) shot down by AAA near
					Vaubecourt, France Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6230
				97815 (447th BG, 710th BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4770
				97816 (463rd BG, 775th BS) lost Jul 19, 1944, Pfandlhof, Kaisertal, Kufstein,
					Austria.  MACR 7321
				97818 caught fire while taxiing Jun 15, 1944
				97821 (390th BG, 571st BS) lost Sep 8, 1944.  MACR 8602
				97825 converted to SB-17G.
				97828 (381st BG, 533rd BS, *Queenie*) MIA Feb 9, 1945.
				97829 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7813
				97830 (390th BG, 571st BS) lost Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 15236
				97832 (388th BG, 563rd BS, "Fairman Willie") destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. 
					Condemned Jul 2, 1944.
				97834 delivered Denver Mar 10, 1944, to Hunter apr 16, 1944, to Grenier Apr 29, 1944.  Assigned to 100th BG, 349th BS
					at Thorpe Abbotts May 4, 1944, named "Mud in Yer Eye" aka "Terrible Termite".  Shot down by enemy aircraft on raid to
					Chemnitz Sep 11, 1944 and crashed at Schuiedeberg, Germany.  MACR 8819.  6 KIA, 3 POW
42-97836/97935		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-35-VE Fortress
				MSN 7201/7300
				97836 (447th BG, 709th BS) lost Mar 15, 1945.  MACR 13043
				97843 (351st BG) heavily damaged Oct 7, 1944 and fixed with front end of 42-98004 grafted on.
					Returned to USA May 28, 1945
				97844 (95th BG, 336th BS) lost Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12948
				97845 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost May 24, 1944.  MACR 5151
				97846 (390th BG, 569th BS, "Belle of the Brawl") shot down by AAA over Germany Jan 2, 1945.  MACR 11244. 9 POW.
				97847 (385th BG, 549th BS) lost May 28, 1944.  MACR 5265
				97848 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Silver Wings") lost Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 10286
				97849 (390th BG, 570th BS, "Liberty Belle") hit by flak over Germany
					on return from raid on Cheb, Czechoslovakia Feb 14, 1945.
					Heavily damaged and landed at base at Ophoven, Belgium.  2 crew
					were killed and oneinjured.  Plane salvaged Feb 18, 1945.  The plane currently
					flying as 42-97849 is actually 44-85734.
				97852 (452nd BG, 728th BS) MIA Aug 14, 1944, Mannheim, Germany.  MACR 8425
				97853 (303rd BG, 360th BS, "Lucky Linda") crashlanded Sep 18, 1944.
				97854 (390th BG) lost Graah Fjord, Greenland on ferry flight Apr 9, 1944.  MACR 3637. Assigned serial N9094V for Institute of 
					Aeronautical Archaeological Research of Auburn, CA.  There was an attempted recovery
					Aug 1999, believe located but not recovered.  Registration
					currently (Jan 2006) being considered for cancellation.
				97855 (389th BG) two engines damaged by flak over France Jul 8, 1944
					and aircraft bellylanded on sandbank off Sandwich, England.
					Landing site was between two minefields.
				97856 (95th BG, 335th BS) lost Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 7500
				97858 (95th BG, 412th BS, "Carmen's Folly/Lady Fortune") lost Jan 10, 1945, Germany.  MACR 11743
				97859 (100th BG, 418th BS) lost Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6542
				97861 (303rd BG, 360th BS) lost Jan 10, 1945.  MACR 11576
				97862 (MSN 7227) crashed on approach to Nutts Corner, Belfast, Northern Ireland Jun 7, 1944 
					and destroyed by fire. Crew killed
				97863 (390th BG, 568th BS) lost Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7821
				97864 (452nd BG, 728th BS) lost May 12, 1944.  MACR 4779
				97869 (401st BG, 615th BS, "Hula Girl, Maid to Order") shot down by flak on 
					mission to Gelsenkirchen Feb 16, 1945.  MACR 12444.  Crashed
					in Netherlands.  3 KIA, 5 POW, 1 evaded.
				97871 (390th BG, 570th BS) lost Sep 9, 1944.  MACR 8915
				97872 (401st BG 614th BS  "Rosie's Sweat Box") lost Sep 17, 1944 on takeoff for mission to Groesbeck.  The plane
					failed to clear the hedge at the end of the runway on takeoff and exploded, killing all but the tail gunner 
					who died the next day.
				97873 (388th BG, 563rd BS, "Sack Happy") crashed on takeoff at
					Knettishall Feb 24, 1945.  Crew OK but plane was w/o.
				97879 (91st BG, 324th BG) lost Aug 1, 1944, France.  MACR 2897
				97880 (324th BS, 91st BG, *Little Miss Mischief*) hit by flak Oct 15, 1944 but
					was able to return to base.  Aircraft was repaired with rear fuselage of
					42-31405.  Made emergency landing at Bassingbourne, UK Apr 4, 1945 and
					was scrapped.
				97881 (96th BG, 339th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned Jul 2, 1944.
				97882 (381st BG, 533rd BS) salvaged Jun 14, 1945.
				97883 (100th BG, 349th BS) lost Jun 12, 1944.  MACR 6521
				97887 damaged in ground collision at Enid AAF, OK Sep 18, 1945.
				97889 (457th BG, 748th BS, *Fish n Chips*) damaged in landing
					accident Jul 9, 1944.
				97890 delivered Tulsa Mar 27, 1944, Kearney May 22, 1944, Grenier May 29, 1944.  Assigned to 524th BS, 379th
					BG Kimbolton Jun 12, 1944.  (379th BG, 524th BS "Queen of Hearts") on Jun 25, 1944 mission bombardier 
					was killed by a flak blast which also injured the navigator.  Pilot ordered the crew to prepare to bail 
					out and thinking he heard bail out the navigator jumped (died in German hospital).  Seeing his chute open, 
					the tail gunner also jumped and became POW.  Plane landed safely.  MACR 6838 written for the lost crewmen.  
					Aircraft was lost Sep 28, 1944 with 379th BG, 524th BS (named "Lil Satan") on mission to Magdeburg, Germany. 
					MACR 9364.  2 KIA, 7 POW
				97891 (91st BG, 401st BS)lost Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5981
				97892 (91st BG, 324th BS) lost Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5982
				97893 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Minnie the Moocher") lost Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9413
				97894 delivered Denver Mar 28 1944, Rapid city Apr 26, 1944, 225 th BU Rapid city May 1, 1944.  Reclamation
					completed Aug 4, 1945.
				97895 delivered Denver Mar 28, 1944, 88th BG Avon Park Apr 24, 1944, Tulsa Ap 30, 1944.  Forcelanded Avon Park
					Jul 6, 1944.  325th BU Avon park Apr 9, 1945.  Forceleanded 10 mi NE of Avon Park May 29, 1945,
					Forcelanded 1108th BU Mitchell Field, NY Aug 6, 1945.  To 235th BU Avon Park Aug 11, 1945. 
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 7, 1945.
				97896 delivered Tulsa Mar 27, 1944, Kearney May 27, 1944, Dow Field Jun 1, 1944. Assigned to 369th BS, 306th BG
					Thurleigh Jun 10 1944, transferred to 92nd BG Podington May 9, 1945.  Salvaged 9th AF Germany Dec 10, 1945.
					Named *Miss America*
				97897 delivered Denver Mar 28, 1944.  Fort Myers Apr 27, 1944, Jacksonville May 6, 1944,  328th BU Gulfport
					Crashed at Ellington Field, Texas May 25, 1944, w/o the next day.
				97898 delivered Tulsa Mar 27, 1944, Kearney May 24, 1944, Dow Field Jun 12, 1944.  Assigned 96th BG, 338th BS
					Snetterton Jun 3, 1944.  Transferred to 493rd BG, 860th BS Debach.  In base landing accident May 29, 1945.
					Returned to US Bradley Jul 3, 1945.  To 4168th BU South Plains Oct 21, 1945.  To RFC Kingman Nov 19, 1945.
				97899 delivered Tulsa Mar 29, 1944, Kearney May 27, 1944, Tow Field Jun 6, 1944.  Assigned 457th BG, 748th BS
					Glatton Jun 7 1944.  (457th BG, 748th BS) shot down by flak Oct 25, 1944 on 
					mission to Hamburg.   MACR 10178.  3 KIA, 6 POW.
				97903 (96th BG, 339th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.
				97904 (729th BS, 452nd BG, *Lady Jeannette*) hit by flak over Saarbrucken, Germany
					Nov 9, 1944.  Crashed in France 25 mi SE of Verdun at Bois de Hattonville .  4 KIA.
					Pilot and co-pilot both posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.
				97905 (395th BG, 360th BS) interned in Switzerland Jul 13, 1944. MACR 7503
				97909 (99th BG, 348th BS) lost Sept 16, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 6857
				97913 (483rd BG, 815th BS) caught fire on raid on Moorsbierbaum Aug 28, 1944 and
					bombs were ordered salvoed and crew bailed out.  MACR 11273. 7 became POW,
					3 were picked up by Tito's partisans and were returned to
					friendly territory.
				97915 (2nd BG, 429th BS, "Wolf Pack") attacked by fighters and
					bellylanded at Komlod,Hungary Aug 29, 1944.  MACR 7950.
					10 crew POW.
				97918 (301st BG, 352nd BS) lost Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 12992
				97921 (97th BG, 340th BS) lost Oct 20, 1944.  MACR 9591
				97924 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost Sep 3, 1944.  MACR 8843
				97926 (351st BG) crash landed at Ypres Sep 28, 1944 after mission to Magdeberg and salvaged
				97932 (447th BG, 708th BS) lost Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5930
				97935 (452nd BG) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned Jul 2, 1944.
42-97936/98035		Lockheed/Vega B-17G-40-VE Fortress
				MSN 7301/7400
				97937 (388th BG, 561st BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned Jul 1, 1944.
				97940 (385th BG, "Half 'n' Half") damaged by flak on mission to
					Stuttgart Sep 13, 1944.  Crew bailed out near Kentford,
					Suffolk.  One crew was killed when his parachute did not
					open.
				97941 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Marion*) salvaged Nov 18, 1944.
				97942 delivered Denver Apr 11, 1944, to Kearney May 4, 1944, to Dow Field May 23, 1944.  Assigned to 525th BS,
					379th BG at Kimbolton.  (379th BG, 525th BS) in midair collision with B-17 44-6133 over Thames Estuary 
					Jun 19, 1944.  Crashed off The Point, Canvey Island, Essex.  MACR 6983.  3 killed, 6 bailed out.  
					44-6133 also crashed.
				97944 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Daddy's Delight") salvaged Dec 13, 1945.
				97945 (95th BG, 335th BS, "Luck of the Irish")
				97947 was H2X aircraft assigned to 94th Combat Wing but carried on 351st BG strength.
					Transferred to 401st BG Aug 20, 1944
				97948 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Hell on Wings*) MIA Oct 11, 1944 on mission to Wesseling, Germany
				97951 was H2X aircraft assigned to 94th Combat Wing but carried on 351st BG strength
					Transferred to 457th BG Aug 20, 1944.   97951 (748th BS, 457th BG) shot down by flak near 
					Gennep, Holland Sep 17, 1944. on mission to Nijmegen.  Crew 11 POW.  MACR 10208
				97953 (401st BG, 615th BS) lost Jul 13, 1944.  MACR 7499
				97954 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 7272
				97955 (457th BG, 748th BS) damaged by fighters on mission to
					Magdeberg Sep 28, 1944 and crash landed near Brussels.  All
					crew survived.
				97956 (91st BG, 323rd BS) lost Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10148
				97957 (390th BG, 570th BS *Beyond My Dreams*) interned in Switzerland Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 7493
					Returned Sep 22, 1945.
				97958 (92nd BG, 407th BS) lost Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 8277
				97965 was H2X aircraft assigned to 94th Combat Wing but carried on 351st BG strength.
					Damaged by AAA and crash-landed at Brussels Oct 15, 1944 and salvaged.
				97960 (384th BG, 547th BS) shot down by flak Feb 3, 1945 on mission to Berlin.  MACR 12153
				97962 (401st BG, 612nd BS) shot down over Germany Sep 9, 1944.  MACR 8607.
					MACR database has the serial number of the plane being 97968
				97967 (379th BG, "Hun Runner") damaged over Frieburg, Germany Jan 15, 1945
					and force landed on continent.  Salvaged Mar 6, 1945.
				97970 (487th BG, 837th BS, 'Miss Virginly') retired to Kingman, AZ Dec 21, 1945.
				97972 (303rd BG, 358th BS) lost Nov 26, 1944.  MACR 11200
				97974 (94th BG, 331th BS) lost Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 8076
				97976 (447th BG, "A Bit of Lace") returned to US Jul 5, 1945, to Kingman AAF Nov 9, 1945, 
					sold for salvage Jul 1, 1946
				97977 (452nd BG, 730th BS) lost Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13533
				97979 delivered Dallas Apr 21, 1944, to Langley Jun 15, 1944, to Grenier Jul 6, 1944.  Assigned to
					385th BG, 550th BS at Great Ashfield Aug 7, 1944, named "Leading Lady".  Lost Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12855
				97980 (379th BG) crashlanded Feb 14, 1945, Bierset, Belgium.
				97981 (96th BG, 337th BS) lost Udenhout, Netherlands Nov 21, 1944.
				97982 (401st BG, 615th BS) lost Jul 16, 1944, France.  MACR 7558.
				97983 (390th BG) collided with 42-107070 over Hoorn, Netherlands Jul 7, 1944.  5 KIA, 4 POW.  MACR 7367
				97984 (91st BG, 401st BS) lost Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10149
				97985 (94th BG, 332nd BS) collided with 44-8177 during final
					approach and crashed Battlies Corner, Rougham, Suffolk.
					9 killed.
				97990 (381st BG, 532nd BS) salvaged Mar 6, 1945
				97991 (305th BG, 366th BS) lost over Merseburg, Germany Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 8207
				97992 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Hap Hazard"), (95th BG, 335th BS, "Trouble
					Buggy")
				97993 (96th BG, 413rd BS) lost Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8842
				97994 (303rd BG, 359th BS) lost Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 8211
				97996 to USSR
				97998 (486th BG 835th BS  "The Roanoke Magician"  H8-E)  On 45th mission on Jan 21, 1945 over marshalling yards 
					Mannheim pilot kept the ship airborne long enough to crash-land in France.
                             	The pilot perished, but his crew survived.
				97999 (91st BG, 324th BS) lost Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 7273
				98000 (384th BG, 544th BS, *Fightin' Hebe*) lost Jan 8, 1945 on mission to Kyllburg, Germany.  MACR 11579
				98004 (351st BG) damaged by direct hit in ball turet Sep 27, 1944.  Aircraft landed at
					Polebrook and broke in half.  Front half attached to rear of 42-97843.
				98007 (486th BG, 833rd BS) lost Nov 10, 1944.  MACR 10339
				98008 (486th BG, 834th BS, "American Beauty") scraped at Kingman, AZ Apr 1947.
				98010 (385th BG, 551th BS) lost Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9523
				98012 (91st BG, 322nd BS) lost Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10150
				98013 (487th BG, 839th BS) lost Jan 14, 1945.  MACR 11734
				98016 (385th BG, 548th BS) lost Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9524
				98018 (457th BG, 750th BS, *Lady Katherine*) damaged by flak Aug 25, 1944
					on mission to Peenemunde and diverted to Sweden.  Crew
					bailed out before landing.  MACR 8294
				98019 (487th BG, 839th BS) lost Dec 24, 1944.  MACR 11238
				98021/98023 to RAF as Fortress III HB791/HB793.
				98021 to RAF as Fortress III HB791. Delivered to RAF 247 Group in Azores.  SOC Mar 11, 1947
				98022 to RAF as Fortress III HB792. Delivered to RAF 247 Group in Azores.  SOC Mar 11, 1947
				98023 to RAF as Fortress III HB793.   SOC Mar 11, 1947.	
				98024 to RAF as Fortress III HB794.  Transferred to USAAF after delivery to UK, no RAF use.			
				98025 to RAF as Fortress III HB795.  SOC Mar 11, 1947.
				98026 to RAF as Fortress III HB796.  MIA Feb 9, 1945.
				98027 to RAF as Fortress III HB797.  Transferred to USAAF after delivery to UK, no RAF use.
				98028 to RAF as Fortress III HB798.  Transferred to USAAF after delivery to UK, no RAF use.
				98029 to RAF as Fortress III HB799.  SOC Mar 11,1 947
				98030 to RAF as Fortress III HB800.  Damaged by fighters and crashlanded at Ford, England
					Oct 31, 1944.  Damaged beyond repair.
				98031 to RAF as Fortress III HB801.  SOC Mar 11, 1947.
				98032 to RAF as Fortress III HB802.  MIA Mar 14, 1945.
				98033 to RAF as Fortress III HB803.  MIA Mar 15, 1945.
				98034 to RAF as Fortress III HB804.  Transferred to USAAF after delivery to UK, no RAF use.
				98035 to RAF as Fortress III HB805.  MIA Mar 4, 1945.
42-98036/99573		Stinson L-5 Sentinel
				Redesignated U-19A in 1962
				98038 lost Jan 18, 1944.  MACR 1995
				98049 to VT-AVY
				98053 to VT-CBE
				98066 (25 LS, 71 TRG) crashed near Siniap, New Guinea during rescue
					mission and w/o Feb 16, 1944.
				98085 (25 LS, 71 TRG) crashed near Siniap, New Guinea during rescue
					mission and w/o Feb 21, 1944.
				98113 (71st Liason Squadron) lost Jan 28, 1944 40 mi from Ledo, India.  MACR 1999.
				98119 to N9804F
				98141 (MSN 76-382) to N62454
				98147 to N57321
				98148 Assigned to US National Guard.  Registered N9795F with MSN 44-18100, cancelled Dec 1, 2014.
					Operated by Misawa Air Base Aero Club, Japan.  Cancelled Aug 23, 1965.  Restored and
					operated by Atsugi Navy Aero Club, Japan 1966.
				98156 (MSN 76-397) registered as N67174.  Planned to be displayed in a proposed
					Glendale Aircraft Museum at Glendale Apt, AZ
				98168 to US Coast Guard as 8168 Sep 20, 1948 
				98177 seen registered as N6438C, but listed with MSN of 1428 (can it be 428?)
				98196 to N9803F, N1252
				98208 to N60295
				98209 to N61137
				98225 (MSN 76-466) was registered as N66225 (cancelled 2013), but has been with the National Museum of the USAF since 1977.
				98239 to N9832F
				98248 (MSN 76-489) became N57797.  Registration PH-SEN reserved Mar 3, 2005 to
					user in Netherlands  Again registered N57797, PH-SEN having been cancelled one month after registered. 
					Still based in Netherlands.
				98269 (MSN 76-510) on civil registry as N58726 with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum, Hood River, Oregon
				98271 to N49279
				98280 used in immediate postwar years by United Nations Mission in Greece.
				98293 to US Coast Guard as 8293 Sep 20, 1948.
				98310 to VT-CEV
				98323 (MSN 76-564) delivered to Thermal, California Sept 1943.  To RFC.  On civil registry as N513VC.  
					To N425CV Jul 5, 2005.  To be restored to orginal color scheme.
				98332 (MSN 76-572) registration N9833Z reserved Dec 29, 2008.
				98333 to N4281Z, N4381Z
				98369 spun in on takeoff from Raleign-Durham AAF, NC  Jun 29, 1944.  2 killed
				98391 became N4977V, registration cancelled Sep 2, 2004 as sale reported 1977.
				98396 to VT-CAK
				98413 to VT-AYA, then to AP-ABY when British India was partitioned in 1948.
				98417 with 5th Liaison Squadron
				98436 to VT-CPX
				98448/98463 to USMC as OY-1 60460/60475
				98468 to N29846
				96489 to N6406C
				98491 an L-5 registered I-AEEP noted May 20, 2006 at Berlin ILA 2006 painted with tail
					number of 298491.  Not sure if it is the original.
				98496 to N9838F
				98520 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; First US Army; [26-A]; 
						23rd Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron, Jena, Germany; 50th Mobile Reclamation and
						 Repair Squadron; 7th Armored Division Artillery (Stewart Lanham)
				98522 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 30th Infantry 
					Division [44-J][Sep44]; 32nd Field Artillery Battalion; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair 
					Squadron 13May45; 32nd Field Artillery Battalion 19May45 (Stewart Lanham)
				98528/98543 to USMC as OY-1 60476/60491
					98528 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces;
						3rd Armored Division Artillery; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 26May45; 119th Field 
						Artillery Group, XIX Corps 31May45 (Stewart Lanham)
				98552 registered Apr 8, 1948 as G-AKYF. Registration cancelled Sep 16, 1949 when 
					sold as VP-KHM; believed written off in crash sometime in 1964
				98565 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; Headquarters, 
					12th Army Group, Artillery Air Officer, Heston, England (Stewart Lanham)
				98571 to VT-CLC, AP-ACX
				98593 (MSN 75-269) on civil registry as N46JB.  On display at Fargo
					Air Museum, Fargo, ND.
				98596 to Italian AF as MM52873, then became I-AEFU
				98619 to VT-AVU, AP-AAU
				98621 to VT-CMF
				98633 to N6085C, N198RB
				98636 to VT-CBQ
				98643 (MSN 76-884) frame noted May 20, 2004 at Polish Aviation
					Museum, Krakow.  Has been there since at least Sep 1991
				98665 to US Coast Guard as 8665 Sep 20, 1948
				98667 noted as N68591 (but painted as 4268591) at Confederate Air Force, MN.
				98681 delivered to USAAF; 245th Base Unit, McCook, NB; damaged when nosed under taxying at McCook 7Jul44; 
					9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron (from Stewart Lanham)
				98694 (MSN 75-935) became C-FLLV, registered N142LB Apr 4, 2005.
				98700 with 25th Liaison Squadron, South Pacific.  Named "Frisco Kitty"
				98703 with 25th Liaison Squadron, South Pacific.  Carried  "Guine Short Lines" motif on nose
				98708 (MSN 76-949) became VH-BEE, later VH-BOE
				98730 (MSN 4472) at Wings of Eagles AS.  Not sure if it is marked correctly.
				98734 to N9879F
				98737/98752 to USMC as OY-1 60492/60507
				98758 to N1156V
				98768 to US Coast Guard as 8768 Sep 17, 1948.
				98769 crashed near Beaver Crossing, Nebraska Sep 24, 1944. 2 occupants killed.
				98948/98959 to USMC as OY-1 75159/75170
				98774 to N5142B
				98792 to N5876V
				98794 to N94RN
				98801 to N48083
				98806 to N9802F
				98810 (MSN 76-1051) to VT-CQK
				98833 (MSN 76-1074) to VT-CBJ
				98848 (MSN 76-1089) to VT-AXO Feb 25, 1946
				98850 (MSN 76-1091) to VT-CEW
				98856 (MSN 76-1097) to VT-CBK
				98857 (MSN 76-1098) to VT-CRR
				98873 (MSN 76-1114) to VT-CJF
				98878 (MSN 76-1119) to VT-CQU, VT-DYM
				98899 (MSN 76-1140) to VT-CRN, VT-DCZ
				98981 exhibited in France after VE Day Aug-Sep 1945.
				98987 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile Reclamation 
					and Repair Squadron 30Dec44; 125th Liaison Squadron; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair 
					Squadron 9May45; 125th Liaison Squadron 25May45 (from Stewart Lanham)
				98991 to Italian AF as MM56694 then to I-AEFO
				99007 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 153rd Liaison Squadron, 
					First US Army; crash landed Madrid Field, Monark, France 15Jul44; 50th Mobile 
					Reclamation and Repair Squadron 24May45 (from Stewart Lanham)
				99015 noted derelict at Lasham, UK Sep 11, 1955.
				99040/99051 to USMC as OY-1 75171/75182
				99052 47th Tactical Air Command; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 29May45; 
					47th Tactical Air Command 29May45 (from Stewart Lanham)
				99062 with 9th AF Tactical Air Liaison Section.
				99096 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; 
					crashed landing at Les Nevens, France 14Sep44 (from Stewart Lanham)
				99103 to N6407C.  Put on display at Fort Rucker, AL
				99107 (MSN 76-1348) to Italian AF as MM52970, then became I-AEFZ.
					Registration D-ERLU reserved 2008.
				99114 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; 
					damaged landing at Peine, Germany 28Apr45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 30Apr45; 
					125th Liaison Squadron, Braunschweig/Waggum [R-37], Germany 10May45; 
					crash landed Buchorst, Germany 13May45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 22May45 
					(from Stewart Lanham)
				99116 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile
					 Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 125th Liaison Squadron 3Jan45; 50th Mobile Reclamation 
					and Repair Squadron 31Jan45; 125th Liaison Squadron 1Feb45; 
					damaged landing Rietberg, Germany 2Apr45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 5Apr45
					(from Stewart Lanham)
				99119 to Italian Army as MM52882, to I-AEEL.  On display at Revelli Metlllik, San Marco Torinese (TO), Italy
				99123 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, 
					A Flight; HOT BOX; disappeared on a courier mission from Heerlen to Merkelbeek, Holland 26Nov44
					(from Stewart Lanham)
				99129 (MSN 76-1370) transferred to RAAF.  Did not acquire an RAAF serial number, but I have a
					reference which says that the RAAF serial was A38-2.  A38-1 was a civilian
					SR-8B Reliant MSN 9766 ex VH-UXK which never had a USAAF connection.
				99131 (MSN 76-1372) to VT-CAL
				99132 (MSN 76-1373) to VT-CBF
				99133 (MSN 76-1374) to VT-DDA
				99134 (MSN 76-1375) to VT-AYT
				99135 (MSN 76-1376) to VT-CBR
				99136 (MSN 76-1377) to VT-CAN
				99138 (MSN 76-1379) to VT-AYU
				99139 (MSN 76-1380) to VT-AYX
				99140 (MSN 76-1381) to VT-CQI
				99143 (MSN 76-1384) to VT-DDU
				99147 (MSN 76-1388) to VT-CAD
				99150 (MSN 76-1391) to VT-CPY, VT-DDS
				99152 (MSN 76-1393) to VT-CDI
				99153 (MSN 76-1394) to VT-CAE
				99156 (MSN 76-1395) to VT-CAF
				99163 (5th LG) MIA Jun 7, 1945, Philippines.
				99186 (324th FG, 315th BS) interned in Switzerland Oct 12, 1944.  To Swiss AF.  Registration
					HB-TRY reserved May 4, 2006.
				99218 (MSN 76-1459) to VT-CDH
				99219 (MSN 76-1460) to VT-CDG
				99220 (MSN 76-1461) to VT-CCV
				99221 (MSN 76-1462) to VT-CHM
				99225 (MSN 76-1466) to VT-CCW
				99226 (MSN 76-1467) to VT-CDX
				99227 (MSN 76-1468) to VT-CFN
				99230 (MSN 76-1471) to VT-CLD, AP-AAL
				99232 (MSN 76-1473) to VT-CRI, VT-DFG
				99233 (MSN 76-1474) to VT-CBG
				99235 (MSN 76-1476) to VT-CBC of Indian Airlines Corp
				99237 (MSN 76-1478) to VT-CFT
				99238 (MSN 76-1479) to VT-CCS
				99239 (MSN 76-1480) to VT-CCU
				99259 (MSN 76-1500) to PI-C176
				99262 (MSN 76-1503) to VT-CDK
				99264 (MSN 76-1505) to VT-CCT
				99265 (MSN 76-1506) to VT-CAC
				99266 (MSN 76-1507) to VT-CCR
				99271 (MSN 76-1512) to VT-CDM
				99275 (MSN 76-1516) to VT-CPU, VT-DCX
				99276 (MSN 76-1517) to VT-CBZ
				99277 (MSN 76-1518) to VT-CBH
				99278 (MSN 76-1519) became VT-AVO Sep 1946
				99282 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; XXIX Tactical Air Command; 
					abandoned at Marburg, Germany; 79th Field Artillery Group; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair 
					Squadron; 79th Field Artillery Group 12Jun45; (from Stewart Lanham)
				99284 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, 
					Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; crash landed engine failure Heerlen, Holland 12Jan45; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 15Jan45; salvaged 15Jan45 (from Stewart Lanham)
				99285 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, 
					Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; damaged landing Wolk, Belgium 14Nov44; 50th Mobile Reclamation 
					and Repair Squadron 14Nov44; 125th Liaison Squadron 1Dec44 (from Stewart Lanham)
				99292 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 50th Mobile Reclamation 
					and Repair Squadron; 125th Liaison Squadron 26Dec44; 
					scrapped at Oberpfaffenhofen, West Germany by Jun 18, 1948 (from Stewart Lanham)
				99301 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; 
					(125th LS) damaged landing 7 km N of Heerlen, Netherlands Oct 31, 1944.
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron, Maastricht, Holland 1Nov44; salvaged. (from Stewart Lanham)
				99303 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, 
					Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; damaged when force landed due weather Kornelimunster, Aachen, Germany 5Jan45; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 7Jan45; 125th Liaison Squadron, Maastricht [Y-44], Holland 4Feb45; 
					crashed after pilot bailed out due weather at Vlijtingen, Belgium 7Mar45
					99305 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, 
					Brunswick, Germany; damaged when force landed due weather at Signy-le-Petit, France 1May45
					(from Stewart Lanham)
				99305 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison
					Squadron, Brunswick, Germany; damaged when force landed due to weather at Signy-le-Petit, France
					May 1, 1945.  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99306 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, Maastricht [Y-44], 
					Holland; damaged due weather at Ninth US Army landing strip, Maastricht, Holland 4Dec44; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 125th Liaison Squadron 16Dec44  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99307 (MSN 76-1548)	delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, 
					Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; damaged at Maastricht 1Dec44; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 
					125th Liaison Squadron Dec44; to Italian AF as MM52848; to Italian civil registry as I-GITI; I-AEEU. 
					Preserved and on display at Museo Storico Dell Aeronautica Militare Italiana [Italian Air Force Museum], 
					Vigna di Valle, Lazio, Italy Mar84 as M.M. 52848, code S-12.  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99308 (MSN 76-1549) to VT-CRQ
				99311 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; 
					damaged by high winds parked at Ninth US Army landing strip, Maastricht,19Jan45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and 
					Repair Squadron 21Jan45; 125th Liaison Squadron 31Jan45.  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99316 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; damaged 
					landing at a short strip 2 miles E of Wilton 12Jul44, landing into wind but downhill on wet grass, the brakes failed 
					and the aircraft overran, crashing into a tree damaging the left wing and propeller. (from Stewart Lanham)
				99318 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron, Maastricht [Y-44], Holland; 
					damaged taxying at st Pieter, Maastricht 1Dec44; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron; 
					125th Liaison Squadron Dec44.  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99321 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; First US Army; 
					153rd Liaison Squadron [R-8]; 23rd Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron, Jena, Germany.
					(from Stewart Lanham)
				99331 (MSN 76-1572) was VT-CDL before going to Australia as VH-NLR, where it is still flying.
				99332 (MSN 76-1573) to VT-CRJ, VT-DFH
				99333 (MSN 76-1574) to VT-AXP
				99334 (MSN 76-1575) to VT-CPV, VT-DCY
				99337 (MSN 76-1578) to VT-CAB
				99338 (MSN 76-1579) to VT-CRK
				99340 (MSN 76-1581) by 1955 was VT-DBP of Indian Airlines Corp.
				99344 (MSN 76-1585) to VT-CBL
				99347 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 1Mar45; 125th Liaison Squadron 9Mar45.
					(from Stewart Lanham)
				99351 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 5Dec44; 125th Liaison Squadron 6Dec44; 
					damaged landing at Wendischihan, Germany 4May45; 50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 6May45; 
					16th Air Depot Group 13May45.  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99355 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; 
					50th Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron 13May45; 125th Liaison Squadron 28May45.  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99356  delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; 125th Liaison Squadron; 
					crash at New Zealand Farm, 6 miles SSW of Devizes, Wiltshire 17Jul44. 
					During a practice message dropping exercise, after a low run to drop a message, a second low speed 
					approach was made to indicate to personnel on the ground exactly where the message had fallen 
					in long grass. When applying power to climb away, the engine failed, the aircraft stalled, 
					crashed and was destroyed. (from Stewart Lanham)
				99357 delivered to USAAF; 9th Air Force, Europe; transferred to Army Ground Forces; First US Army; [23-B]; 
					23rd Mobile Reclamation and Repair Squadron, Jena, Germany; 7306th Liaison Squadron, Tullin, Austria; 
					crashed when engine failed during takeoff at USFA flight strip, Heiligenstadt Vienna, 
					Austria 6Aug50.  Pilot OK.  (from Stewart Lanham)
				99372 (MSN 76-1613) to Italian Air Forcd as MM52854 then
					to civil registry as I-AEGR with Aero Club di Varese.  Still active at Varese Sep 2015.
				99385 (MSN 76-1626) to VT-CRL
				99388 (MSN 76-1629) to VT-CDJ
				99390 (MSN 76-1631) to VT-CAG
				99391 (MSN 76-1632) to VT-CUS
				99392 (MSN 76-1633) to VT-CAY
				99393 (MSN 76-1634) to VT-CRM
				99396 (MSN 76-1637) to VT-CDF
				99399 (MSN 76-1640) to VT-CHN. In 1997 was under restoration in Australia with registration VH-JVH reserved.  
				99400 (MSN 76-1641) to VT-CFO
				99408 (MSN 76-1649) to VT-CBS
				99409 (MSN 76-1650) to VT-AXH
				99411 (MSN 76-1652) to VT-CCX
				99412 (MSN 76-1653) to VT-CBT
				99415 (MSN 76-1656) to VT-CCE, AP-ABT
				99416 (MSN 76-1657) to VT-CBD
				99420 (MSN 76-1661) to VT-AVM, VT-CBU 
				99425 (MSN 76-1666) by 1955 was VT-ATW of Indian Airlines Corp.
				99428 (MSN 76-1669) to VT-CAP
				99433 (MSN 76-1674) to VT-CBW, VT-DCT
				99434 (MSN 76-1675) to VT-CBI
				99439 (69th LG) lost May 3, 1945, India.
				99446 (MSN 76-1687) to VT-CBA
				99451 with 25th Liaison Squadron, South Pacific, carried "Guinea Short Lines" motif on nose
				99465 (MSN 76-2744(?)) In 1997 was airworthy as VH-BFR.
				99470 (MSN 76-1706) became VH-BGQ; in 1997 was under restoration in Australia
				99477 (MSN 76-2751(?)) Became VH-ALQ
				99481 with 25th Liaison Squadron, South Pacific.  Cqrried "Guinea Short Lines" motif on nose
				99487 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ368.  Wrecked when swung on landing,
					struck barrels and undercarriage collapsed, Tulihal Mar 1, 1945
				99488 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ369.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				99489 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ370.  Caught in downdraft and crashed
					into hillside, Kazumna, Burma Mar 20, 1945.
				99490 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ371.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946.
					To Thai AF as S4-1/90
				99491 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ372.  Wrecked when hit bund on landing
					at Tennant Apr 15, 1945.
				99492 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ373.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946.  To Far East Flying Training School Nov 1946 as
					VR-HDE.  W/o at Hong Kong-Kai Tak May 25, 1948
				99493 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ374.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946.
					To Thai AF as S4-2/90
				99494 (MSN 76-1735) to RAF as Sentinel I KJ375.  SOC May 20, 1946.  To Far East Flying Training School Nov 1946 as VR-HDF
					Registered Aug 21, 1950 to Albert Roy Egan, Kowloon, Hong Kong.  Registration cancelled Jun 22, 1951.  Then to 
					Philippine civil registry as PI-C334, w/o as PI-C334 Feb 18, 1964, believed rebuilt as RP-C334.  W/o by 1979
				99495 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ376.  Flew into obstruction while descending in cloud Jun 20, 1945.
				99496 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ377.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				99497 (MSN 76-1738) to RAF as Sentinel I KJ378.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946.  To Far East Flying Training School
					in Hong Kong Nov 1946 as VR-HDD.  WFU Mar 13, 1950.  Rebuilt as VR-HFD, included parts from 44-17427.  To JA3338.
				99498 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ379.  SOC Jul 11, 1946
				99499 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ380.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				99500 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ381.  SOC May 30, 1946
				99501 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ382.  Transferred to Chinese AF Jun 19, 1947
				99502 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ383.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946
				99503 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ384.  Wrecked when struck by Dakota KK170 (43-49600) while parked at Maunubyin 
					Mar 25, 1945.
				99504 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ385.  Returned to USAAF Nov 14, 1946.
				99505 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ386.  Wrecked when struck tree on attempted takeoff Feb 12, 1945 after forced 
					landing between Sinthe and Onbauk.
				99506 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ387.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
				99512/99521 to USMC as OY-1 02747/02756
				99539 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ398.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946. Believed to have gone to Thai AF as S4-3/90
				99540 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ399.  Transferred to Thai AF Jul 31, 1947
				99541 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ400.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
				99542 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ401.  Wrecked when swung on landing and uncarriage collapsed Feb 8, 1945.
				99543 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ402.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
				99544 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ403.  Fitted with Brodie system Apr 1945.  SOC Aug 23, 1945.
				99545 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ404.  Wrecked when tipped up while landing
					on airstrip at Ru-Wya beachhead Feb 22, 1945.
				99546 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ405.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.  To Philippine
					AF.  Reported still surviving Mar 20, 2007 as a "basket case".
					Reported Nov 2007 to have been procured for restoration in USA.
				99547 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ406.  DBR Feb 25, 1945.
				99548 (MSN 76-1789) to RAF as Sentinel I KJ407.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				99549 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ388.  Returned to USAAF Sep 28, 1946
				99550 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ389.  DBR when landed in paddyfield
					4 mi SW of Maunubyin Mar 22, 1945.
				99551 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ390.  Overturned on takeoff 6 mi E of
					Myaing Mar 20, 1945
				99552 (MSN 76-1793) to RAF as Sentinel I KJ391.  SOC Oct 28, 1945
				99553 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ392.  Wrecked when swung to avoid
					overshoot and hit obstruction, Ngazum Mar 11,1 945.
				99554 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ393.  Wrecked when caught in
					downdraft and struck trees 2 mi SW of Myitche Mar 14, 1945
				99555 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ394.  DBR Feb 17, 1945
				99556 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ395.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.
				99557 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ396.  Returned to USAAF May 27, 1947
				99558 to RAF as Sentinel I KJ397.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				99559 (MSN 76-1800) to VT-CAH
				99561 (MSN 76-1802) to VT-CAI
				99562 (MSN 76-1803) to VT-CAJ
				99572 (MSN 76-1813) to VT-AYL
				99573 (MSN 76-1813) to civil registry as N6430C
42-99574/99735		Stinson L-5B Sentinel
				99583 crashed Wels, Austria Dec 19, 1945.  Pilot and passenger both killed
				99586 (MSN 76-1827) to VT-AYQ
				99587 (MSN 76-1828) to VT-CCQ
				99598 (MSN 76-1830) to VT-CDC
				99591 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ408.  Struck tree and crashed 9 mi
					SW of Kalaw Aug 29, 1945
				99592 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ409.  DBR when hit crater on landing
					at Kyaukpyu Feb 6, 1945
				99593 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ410. SOC Oct 19, 1944
				99594 (MSN 76-1835) to RAF as Sentinel II KJ411.  SOC Mar 29, 1945.  TO VT-CGY
				99595 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ412.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.  To VT-COB
				99596 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ413.  SOC Sep 6, 1945.
				99597 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ414.  Wrecked when undershot landing
					and went into ditch, Pegu May 28, 1945.
				99598 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ415.  Wrecked when hit trees during
					attempted forced landing at Myitche Feb 14, 1945 following
					engine failure.
				99599 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ416.  Wrecked when undercarriage
					collapsed during heavy landing at Onbauk Feb 14, 1945.
				99600 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ417.  SOC May 30, 1946
				99601 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ418.  SOC May 30, 1946
				99602 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ419.  DBR when overshot landing at
					Bawbyin airstrip Feb 4, 1945 and undercarriage collapsed.
				99603 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ420.  Transferred to Chinese AF
					Jun 16, 1947
				99604 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ421.  Returned to USAAF Dec 12, 1946
				99605 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ422.  SOC Jun 28, 1945.
				99606 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ423.  Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946
				99607 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ424.  SOC Jun 28, 1945
				99608 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ425.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff
					and undercarriage collapsed at Bishnapur Mar 14, 1945.
				99609 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ426.  Returned to USAAF
					Oct 17, 1946.  To Thai AF as S4-5/90
				99610 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ427.  Wrecked when caught in downdraft
					on takeoff from Monywa Mar 23, 1945 and hit trees.
				99611 (MSN 76-1852) to VT-CAS
				99614 (MSN 76-1855) to VT-CDD
				99616 (MSN 76-1857) to VT-CDB
				99618 (MSN 76-1859) to VT-CFI
				99619 (MSN 76-1860) to VT-CFS
				99621 (MSN 76-1862) to VT-CFD
				99623 (MSN 76-1864) to VT-CDE
				99626 (MSN 76-1867) to VT-CGD
				99628 (MSN 76-1869) to VT-CDE
				99632 (MSN 76-1873) to VT-CGU
				99636 (MSN 76-1877) to VT-CFR
				99637 (MSN 76-1878) with 1st Air Commando Group.  "Angel of Mercy"   A War Bond aircraft purchased by students of
					Parkman School. Detroit.  To VT-CCZ
				99639 (MSN 76-1880) became VT-DPL; in 1997 was under restoration in Australia.
				99640 (MSN 76-1881) with 1st Air Commando Group.  "Angel of Mercy"   A War Bond aircraft purchased by students of
					Parkman School. Detroit.  to VT-CDA
				99645 (MSN 76-1886) flying in Australia as VH-CRO
				99661 (1st Tactical AF) written off in non-fatal crash near Passau, Austria Jul 8, 1945
				99666 lost Apr 4, 1945, Mindoro.
				99673 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ428.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				99674 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ429.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				99675 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ430.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.  To VT-COD
				99676 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ431.  SOC Aug 28, 1947
				99677 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ432.  Wrecked when control column
					jammed on takeoff and aircraft hit tree, Sadaung Mar 5, 1945.
				99678 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ433.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				99679 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ434.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
				99680 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ435.  DBR on ground Feb 7, 1945.
				99681 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ436.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.  To VT-CQO
				99682 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ437.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				99683 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ438.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
					To Thai AF as S4-6/90
				99684 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ439.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947.  To VT-CCE
				99685 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ440.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				99686 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ441.  Overturned during takeoff at
					Mercy Island Apr 30,1945 when control column jammed by
					stretcher.
				99687 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ442.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
				99688 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ443.  SOC Apr 20, 1947
				99689 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ444.  SOC Jun 28, 1945
				99690/99699 to USMC as OY-1 02757/02766
				99700 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ445.  Crashed when engine failed on
					takeoff and aircraft struck mast of ship Apr 6, 1945.
				99701 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ446.  SOC May 31, 1945
				99702 to RAF as Sentinel II KJ447.  SOC May 31, 1945.
				99703 with 160th Liaison Squadron
				99724 lost May 5, 1945, SW Pacific.
42-99736/99805		Consolidated B-24J-15-CF Liberator
				MSN 644/713
				99736 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV994.  SOC Nov 7, 1947.
				99737 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV985.  SOC Oct 3, 1946.
				99738 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV986.  SOC Mar 12, 1947.
				99739 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV987.  SOC Nov 7, 1947
				99740 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV988.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				99741 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV996.  SOC Mar 21, 1946.
				99742 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV989.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99743 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV998.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				99744 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV990.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99745 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW112.  Hit sea in turn, damaged beyond repair when
					crashlanded 9 mi N of Chandipur, India Aug 2, 1944.
				99747 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV991.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99748 (455th BG, 740th BS) interned in Switzerland Sep 12, 1944.  Returned Oct 8, 1945.
				99750 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV997.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				99751 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV955.  SOC Mar 12, 1947.
				99752 delivered to USAAF Jan 26, 1944, to Tucson Modification Center Jan 27, 1944.
					Assigned to 15th AF.  Lost in accident Nov 1, 1944.
				99753 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW113.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99756 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI EV992.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				99757 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV999.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				99758 (454th BG) lost Jul 7, 1944, Germanyh.  MACR 6569
				99761 (376th BG) lost Aug 10, 1944, Rumania.
				99765 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW104.  MIA on mission to Giurgiu, Romania Jun 28, 1944.
				99766 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW105.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Aug 14, 1944.
				99767 to RAF as Liberator B.VI or GR.VI EW100.  Converted to C.VI.  SOC Apr 30, 1946.
				99769 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW101.  Got into spin in cloud and crashed 5 mi N of
					Madena Jan 8, 1945.
				99771 (455th BG) lost Jun 26, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6405
				99772 (456th BG) lost Apr 21, 1944, Rumania
				99773 (454th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, Austria.  MACR 11537
				99774 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW103.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				99775 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW118.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99776 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW106.  MIA on mission to Verona, Italy Oct 11, 1944.
				99777 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW126.  SOC May 15, 1947.
				99778 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW107.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99779 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW119.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				99780 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW108.  Dove into ground 7 mi NW of Jessore, India May 25, 1945.
				99781 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW109.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99782 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW120.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99783 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW110.  SOC May 1, 1945.
				99784 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW114.  Collided with Liberator EV902 (42-64252) Sep 16, 1944.
				99785 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW115.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99786 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW125.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99787 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW116.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE841.
				99788 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW117.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99789 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW111.  Damaged beyond repair on landing at Kolar, India Jun 5, 1945
					and relegated to ground instructional use.
				99790 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW124.  MIA Jun 19, 1945.
				99791 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW102.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				99792 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW121.  SOC Jun 2, 1945.
				99793 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW127.  Transferred to RCAF.  
					Crashed Oct 4, 1944 due to mid air fire.  11 killed.
   				99794 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW128.  Transferred to RCAF.
				99795 to RCAF as 3708.  Destroyed in hangar fire at Gander, Newfoundland Jun 4, 1944.
				99796 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW123.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99797 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW122.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				99798 (460th BG) lost Oct 16, 1944, Austria.  MACR 9303
				99800 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW148.  Crashed Montreal, Canada Apr 25, 1944.
				99801 (454th BG) lost Jun 4, 1944, Italy.  MACR 5432.
				99802 (454 th BG) lost Apr 12, 1944, Austria.  MACR 3980
				99804 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW139.  Crashed on takeoff at Celone, Italy Jun 21, 1944.
42-99806/99871		Consolidated B-24J-20-CF Liberator
				MSN 714/779
				99806 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW171.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99809 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW130. Transferred to RCAF.  Crash landed at Abbotsford
					Sept 4, 1944.  Converted to synthetic trainer Sept 19, 1944.  Broken up in 1946.
				99810 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW140.  MIA on mission to Budapest, Hungary May 11, 1944.
				99811 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW141.  Undercarriage collapsed while taxying at 
					Amendola, Italy Sep 21, 1944 and damaged beyond repair.
				99812 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW131. Transferred to RCAF
				99813 (464th BG, 776th BS, *Sleepy Time Gal*) interned in Switzerland Jul 19, 1944.
					Returned Oct 15, 1945.
				99814 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW142.  MIA on supply-dropping mission Jan 26, 1945.
				99815 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW132. Transferred to RCAF
				99817 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW133. Transferred to RCAF
				99818 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW149.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99819 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW143.  SOC MAr 14, 1946.
				99820 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW134.  Transferred to RCAF.  Crashed on Thorn 
					Hill near Whonnoch, BC Feb 4, 1945, killing all seven RCAF students on board.
				99821 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW135.  Transferred to RCAF
				99822 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW136.  Transferred to RCAF
				99823 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW137.  Transferred to RCAF
				99824 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW144.  MIA on mission to Szombathely, Hungary Aug 7, 1944.
				99825 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW145.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				99826 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW146.  SOC Oct 23, 1946.
				99827 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW129.  Transferred to RCAF.
				99828 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW151.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99829 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW138.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Aug 14,1944.
				99830 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW150.  Lost Jun 15, 1945.
				99831 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW161.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Aug 16, 1944.
				99832 (MSN 738) to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW160.  Shot down by German night fighter with 178 Squadron on 
					mine-dropping mission to Danube river in Hungary/Yugoslavia Aug 27/28, 1944.
				99833 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW162.  SOC May 1, 1945.
				99834 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW152.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99835 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW163.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99836 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW153.  SOC May 1, 1945.
				99837 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW164.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.
				99838 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW157.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99839 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW154.  Caught fire on startup at Phaphamau, India 
					Aug 11, 1946 and damaged beyond repair.
				99840 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW172.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Kilar, India
					Oct 8, 1944 and damaged beyond repair.
				99841 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW158.  SOC Nov 7, 1947.
				99842 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW155.  Crashed on takeoff at Salbani, India Oct 28, 1944.
				99843 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW156.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99844 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW165.  MIA on minelaying mission in River Danube Aug 29, 1944.
				99845 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW166.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				99846 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW167.  MIA on mission to Fanto refinery, Czechoslovakia Jul 22, 1944.
				99847 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW168.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				99848 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW173.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99849 (449th BG) crashed May 21, 1944 on local training flight
				99850 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW159.  SOC Mar 3,1947
				99852 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW174.  Damaged in encounter with Japanese fighters and
					crashlanded in jungle May 29, 1945.
				99853 (456th BG, 746th BS, *The Baby*) to Altus, OK Jun 25, 1945, where it was scrapped.
				99857 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW175.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99858 (98th BG) lost Aug 18, 1944 on Ploesti mission.  MACR 15306.  10 POW, 1 KIA.
				99859 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW169.  Damaged when undercarriage collapsed on landing
					at Abu Sueir, Egypt Aug 26, 1944 and SOC.
				99861 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW176.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99863 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW177.  SOC May 1, 1945.
				99864 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW178.  SOC Jun 19, 1945.
				99865 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW179.  SOC Oct 11, 1945.
				99866 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW180.  MIA Mar 19, 1945.
				99867 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW181.  SOC Mar 19, 1946.
				99868 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW182.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
				99869 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW183.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99870 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW184.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99871 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW185.  SOC May 31, 1945.
42-99872/99935		Consolidated B-24J-25-CF Liberator
				MSN 780/843
				99872 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW186.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				99873 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW187.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				99874 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW188.  MIA Feb 26, 1945.
				99875 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW189.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				99876 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW190.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				99877 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW191.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				99878 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW192.  SOC Apr 14, 1946.
				99879 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW193.  Crashed while attemping emergency landing
					at Abu Sueir, Egypt Dec 11, 1944.
				99880 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW194.  MIA on mission to Szombathely, Hungary Oct 22, 1944.
				99881 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW195.  SOC Oct 3, 1946.
				99882 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW196.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				99883 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW197.  MIA on mission to Candia, Crete (?) Jun 3, 1944.
				99884 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW198.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Sep 11, 1944.
				99885 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW199.  MIA on mission to Bucharest, Romania Jul 2, 1944.
				99886 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW200.  SOC Oct 3, 1946.
				99887 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW201.  Undercarriage collapsed on landing at Abu Sueir,
					Egypt Apr 6, 1945 and damaged beyond repair.
				99888 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW202.  Ran into ditched and damaged beyond repair when
					undercarriage collapsed, Celone, Italy Aug 12, 1945.
				99889 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW203.  SOC May 27, 1944.
				99890 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW204.  MIA on mission to Villach, Austria May 25, 1945.
				99891 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW205.  MISA on mine laying mission on River Danube Sep 11, 1944.
				99892 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW206.  Flew into high ground near Abu Sueir, Egypt Jun 25, 1945. 
				99894/99900 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW208/214.  All diverted to RCAF.  
					99899 (EW213) never got to the RCAF, since it crashed at Cut Bank, Montana Apr 25 1944 on way to
						Canada.  RCAF took the aircraft on strength on paper only,
						on Jun 29, 1945,  and struck it off the same day.
				99901 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW215.  Crashed during attemped forced landing in bad
					weather, Ramree Island, Burma Jun 14, 1945.
				99902/99904 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW216/218.  All diverted to RCAF
				99905/99909 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW219/223.  All SOC Apr 11, 1946
				99910 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW224.  SOC Dec 18, 1944.
				99911 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW225.  Crashed after collision with Liberator EW247 
					(ex 42-99933) while emerging from cloud Jul 26, 1945.
				99912 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW226. SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				99913 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW227. Damaged beyond repair when bellylanded in error at
					Abu Sueir, Egypt Feb 6, 1945.  Did the pilot forget to lower the gear?
				99914 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW228.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				99915 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW229.  MIA (34th Sqdn of SAAF) Aug 21, 1944.
				99916/99917 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW230/231.  Both SOC Mar 14, 1946
				99918 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW232.  SOC Oct 29, 1946
				99919/99920 to RAF as EW233/234.  Both SOC Mar 14, 1946
				99921 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW235.  MIA on mission to Szombathely, Hungary Nov 22, 1944
				99922 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW236.  Missing in bad weather Oct 6, 1945
				99923/99932 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW237/246.  All SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				99933 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW247.  Crashed after collision woth Liberator EW225
					(ex 42-99911) while emerging from cloud Jul 26, 1945.
				99934 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW248.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Aug 17, 1944.
				99935 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW249.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
42-99936/99985		Consolidated B-24J-55-CO Liberator
				MSN 3085/3134
				99938 (392 BG, 576 BS) crashlanded Feb 20, 1944
					at Tibenham, UK.
				99940 crashed Nov 13, 1944.
				99942 (446th BG, *Brown Noser*) shot down by AAA on mission to Bernburg airfield, Germany 
					Apr 11, 1944.  MACR 3783.  9 KIA, 1 POW.
				99945 (392 BG, 578 BS) MIA Mar 18, 1944 over target.  MACR 3327
				99946 crashed Aug 21, 1944 near Model, Colorado
				99949 (93rd BG, 328th BS, 8th AF) collided with B-24H 42-94969 in midair over Belgium 
					and crashed near Ingelmunster, Belgium Sept 21, 1944.  MACR 9662.  
					5 crew killed, 4 bailed out and survived.
				99951 (397th BS, *Shoo Shoo Baby*) crashed on Semour Island,
					Galapagos Islands May 15, 1944.  All aboard survived.
				99966 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) damaged by Bf 109G-6 while on mission to Bernberg, Germany Jul 7, 1944
					and able to fly to Holland, where it crashed due to engine failure near Valthe, 8 mi N of Emmen, Holland.  MACR 7353
					All 9 crew bailed out, 2 were killed, 6 became POw, One evaded capture.
				99970 (67th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) in wheels-up belly landing in field at Brambling Down, wingham, Kent, 
					Engulad to flak damage while om missin to Ecalles sur Buchy, France Jan 21, 1944.  MACR 8714.
					2 crew killed by flak, 3 bailed out over France and became POW, 8 survived the crash.
				99972 after combat career ended, became formation assembly ship for 567th BS, 389th BG after
					41-23683 was written off.  Named "Green Dragon II".  Returned to USA
				99974 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed SW of Abbeville, 
					France Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3532.  1 crewman killed, 8 bailed out and became POW.
				99975 (389th BG, 564th BS) lost Mar 8, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2958
				99976 (392 BG, 576 BS) MIA Mar 15, 1944 near Seesen, Germany.  MACR 3184
				99977 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Apr 1, 1944, France.  MACR 3598
				99978 (446th BG, 706th BS, *Lady Barbara*) shot down by AAA Feb 24, 1944 on mission to Gotha, Germany.
					10 crew POW.  MACR 2953
				99979 (392 BG, 577 BS) crashed Apr 21, 1944 at North Tuddenham, UK.
				99980 (44th BG, 66th BS, 8th AF *Ez Duzit*) w/o Mar 9, 1944 in crash landing at Shipdham, UK while
					returning with flak damage from mission to Brandenburg, Germany.  All 211 crew survived, but pilot lost his
					left leg, aicraft was DBR.
				99981 (392 BG, 578 BS) MIA Mar 18, 1944 near Strasbourg, France.  MACR 3328
42-99986/100035		Consolidated B-24J-60-CO Liberator
				MSN 3135/3184
				99987 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot of JG 27 at Wissingen E of 
					Osnabruck and crashed at Ilse, 5 km NE of Peteershagen, near Minden, germany Apr 8, 1944.  MACR 3853.
					One crewman killed, 9 bailed out and became POW.
				99988 (448th BG, 714th BS) lost Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4491
				99989 (392nd BG, 577th BS) crashlanded Mar 18, 1944
					at Gravesend, Kent, UK.  Salvaged.
				99990 (392 BG, 579 BS, *Short Snorter*) crashed Aug 2, 1944 near
					Manston, Kent, UK.
				99991 (*Bacherlors Baby*) crashed into mountains while on ferry flight from
					Valley, Wales to Watton, England Jan 7, 1944.
					6 of 11 crew survived.
				99992 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Apr 10, 1944.  MACR 4005
				99996 (44th BG, 66th BS, 8th AF) shot down Apr 8, 1944 by Fw 190A-6 flown by Uffz Alfred Folger Apr 8, 1944 W of Salzwedel
					and crashed 2.5 km N of Brietenhees, 15 km SSW of Uelsen, Germany.  MACR 3763.  All 10 crew killed.
				100001 crashed Jan 28, 1944.
				100005 (392 BG, 577 BS) collided in midair with 42-7669 during assembly for mission to
					Frankfurt Jan 29, 1944 and crashed near English villages of Gissing and Tivetshall, Norfolk.
					All aboard killed.   
				100019 engine caught fire and right wing failed during
					bomb practice near Gowen Field, Idaho and
					crashed Jun 29, 1944.  11 killed.
				100024 flew into side of Mt. Holyoke, MA May 27, 1944.
					All 10 crew killed.
				100026/100030 to USN as PB4Y-1 BuNo 32223/32227.
				100033 lost on flight from California to Hawaii on or about Feb 26, 1944.  MACR 16396.
42-100036/100085	Consolidated B-24J-65-CO Liberator
				MSN 3185/3234
				100040 (308th BG, 374th BS) crashed into mountain 50 mi S of Mengtze, China
					near present border of Vietnam May 26, 1944 while on
					radar recon mission to Hainan Island.  All aboard
					killed.  MACR 5346
				100053 SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				100056 (213rd Combat Command Training Squadron) pilot error led to
					crash landing 10 mi S of Mountain Home AFB, Idaho Nov 30, 1944.
					4 onboard survived, 6 killed.
				100073 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF "Sock Artists") damaged by flak while om Mission to Friedrichshafen,
					Germany, flew to Switzerland, crew bailed out, crashed at Fehraltdorf, Switzerland 
					Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3407.  All 10 crew bailed out and were interned in Switzerland.  4 escaped and
					returned Nov 9, 1944.
				100085 (389th BG) shot down Feb 20, 1944.  3 KIA, 7 POW.  MACR 2434
42-100086/100135	Consolidated B-24J-70-CO Liberator
				MSN 3235/3284			
				100100 (392nd BG, 578th BS) shot down by fighters
					 Apr 29, 1944 over Hannover, Germany.  MACR 4444
				100102 (392 BG, 576 BS) shot down Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2950
				100109 lost Apr 1, 1944, France.  MACR 3567
				100110 (68th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) suffered premature of bombs underneath the aircraft over St Trond Airfield
					Sint-Truide, Belgium May 9, 1944.  5 crew bailed out (4 became POW, one evaded capture).  Aircraft 
					crash landed at Attleborough, Norfolk, UK.  Remaining 5 crew survived.  MACR 5352 
				100112 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF, "Paper Doll") damaged by engine propellor runaway due to flak damage
					and flew to Switzerland.  All 10 crew bailed out, aircraft crashed into mountain side at Dietschwil,
					Switzerland Mar 18, 1944.  MACR 3408.  All 10 crew interned in Switzerland, one later escaped and
					returned to England.
				100116 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 8th AF) crashed near Schlattingen, Switzerland 
					Mar 16, 1944 due to flak damage.  All 10 crew bailed out and 8 landed in Austria 
					and became POW.  2 landed in Switzerland and were interned.  MACR 3533
				100117 (392 BG, 579 BS) shot down Mar 18, 1944
					near Schramburg, Germany.  MACR 3329
				100121 (2nd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) ran off runway during landing at Cairns Airfield, Queensland, Australia
					due to brake failure Aug 21, 1944.  5 crew killed, one seriously injured, rest of crew survived.
					Aircraft DBR.
				100122 (448th BG) lost Mar 8, 1944, English Channel.  MACR 3189
				100123 (408th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) crashed during attempted emergency landing near Hollandia Airfield, Java,
					Indonesia during flight from Nadzap airfield, Lae, Papua New Guinea to Owi airfield, Schouten
					Islands, Indonesia Sep 23, 1944.
				100124 crashed near Morrill, Nebraska May 5, 1944.   6 killed, 2 survived.
42-100136/100185	Consolidated B-24J-75-CO Liberator
				MSN 3285/3334
				100146 (389th BG, 567th BS, "Mista Chick") interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5924.  Scrapped
					in Sweden due to damage during landing.
				100157 (2nd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) crashed or was shot down by friendly fighters off Luzon, Philippines
					May 19, 1945 after landing gear was damaged on takeoff.  All crew bailed out and were rescued.
				100161/100165 to USN as PB4Y-1 32228/32232.
				100170 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Oblt Kurt Gabler of JG 300/8 Jul 7, 1944 and
					crashe 7 km SE of Halberstadt, Germany.  MACR 7354.  1 crewman killed, 9 bailed out and became POW.
				100173 (33r BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) salvaged due to excessive damage and wear Aug 10, 1944 at Nadzab Airfield,
					Lae, Papua New Guinea.
				100174 (408th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) hit by AAA while on mission to Tainan, Formosa and crash landed off 
					runway into drainage ditch at Clark Field, Philippines Apr 14, 1945. All crew survived, but aircraft
					was DBR. 
				100178 (448th BG/715th BS) shot down Feb 21, 1944
					in raid on Hesepe Airfield.  2 KIA, 8 POW.  MACR 2468.
				100180 (408th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) damaged by Japanese fighters and ditched into Sissano Lagoon, Tadji Sepik,
					Papua New Guinea Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 13285.  6 crew killed, 4 survived and were rescued by Australian soldiers.
				100181 (44th BG, 68th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Maj. Kurt Buhligen of JG 2/II Stab Feb 4, 1944,
					at St Leonard en Beauce near Blois, France.  MACR 2233.  9 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.
				100184 (308th BG) lost May 25, 1944.  MACR 5292
42-100186/100235	Consolidated B-24J-80-CO Liberator
				MSN 3335/3384
				100187 (392 BG, 578 BS) salvaged May 29, 1945 as war weary.
				100188 (33rd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) in forced landing from unknown cause at unknown location Nov 1944.
					All crew survived, aircraft DBR
				100190 (556th BS, 389th BG "Princess Konocti") landed in Halmstad, Sweden Jun 20, 1944 and
					interned.  MACR 5295.  Left Sweden Jun 5, 1945.
				100194 to RAAF as A72-13 - returned to USAAF in 4-45.
				100195 (22nd BG) ran off end of runway when engine failed on
					takeoff Jun 9, 1944 Hollandia Airstrip, New Guinea.  3
					crew members injured.
				100196 (33rd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) shot down by AAA 30 mi S of Matina Airstrip in Davao Mindanao in
					Philippines and crashed in Davao Gulf lost Sep 1, 1944.  MACR 8679.  All 11 crew killed.
				100197 (19th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) in landingaccident at Guiuan Airfield, Samar Island, Philippines
					Feb 21, 1945. All crew survived, but aircraft DBR.
				100201 (19th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) in landing accident at Owi Airfield, Schouten Islands, Indonesia
					Jul 24, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed and was salvaged Jul 24, 1944.
				100202 (33rd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) made hard landing and caught fire at Mokmer Airfield, Biak Papua,
					Indonesia Nov 2, 1944.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed by fire.
				100203 (445th BG, 700th BS) lost Apr 12, 1944, Belgium.  MACR 3831
				100204 (22nd BG, 19th BS, 5th AF, "Missleading") crash landing at Laoag Airfield, Luzon, Philippines due
					to battle damage May 31, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				100205 (408th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) crashed into mountain near Jackson Airfield, Port Moresby, Papua
					New Guinea Mar 12, 1944 while on ferry flight from Townsville, Australia Mar 12, 1944.  MACR 15323.
					All 6 crew killed.
				100206 (33rd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) in forced landing on a small Celebes island, Indonesia after being attacked
					by Japanese fighters Oct 10, 1944.  All crew survived, and were spotted by a P-38 pilot 3 days later
					and were rescued by US Navy PBY.
				100210 (33rd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) salvaged 1945 after being damaged by Japanese attack on Clark Field, Luzon,
					Phuilippines.
				100216 (26th BS, 11th BG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause over Pacific Ocean while om missionto
					Truk Atoll Apr 4, 1944.  MACR 3875.  All 9 crew killed.
				100219 (30th BG, 392nd BS, "Salty Sal") at Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands Jul 1944.
				100225 (22rd BG, 408th BS) MIA Apr 16, 1944 in weather-related accident, New Guinea.  On that 
					day (Black Sunday) the US 5th AF lost 37 aircraft to weather.  MACR 4512. Wreck located in 2002.
					All 11 on board killed.
				100227 (30th BG, 38th BS, "The Chamber Maid") crash-landed on Saipan Sept 11, 1944 
					after mission to Iwo Jima and w/o.
				100228 (11th BG, 26th BS, 7th AF, "Heavy Date") went down on bombing 
					mission over Caroline Islands Apr 16, 1944.  MACR 4443.  6 crew killed, 4 rescued by USS Gansevoort DD-608
				100231 (446th BG, 707th BS) lost Mar 8, 1944 on mission to Erkner, Germany.  MACR 2965
				100232 (90th BG, 319th BS)
				100235 (308th BG, 425th BS, "Lonesome Polecat, Jr") in China c1945.
42-100236/100285	Consolidated B-24J-85-CO Liberator
				MSN 3385/3434
				100236 (93rd BG, 707th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AA and crashed 8 km W of 
					Volkersleir, 15 km NE of Gemunden, Germany Feb 24, 1944.  MACR 2906.  
					All 10 crew bailed out and became POW.
				100239 (7th BG) lost Jul 23, 1944.  MACR 11999
				100243 (7th BG) lost Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4119
				100248 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause Apr 1, 1944, France.  
					MACR 3563.  One crewman killed, 9 fate unknown.
				100249 (308th BG) lost May 20, 1944.  MACR 5153
				100251 (98th BG, 345th BS) lost Lecce, Italy Aug 15, 1944.  Blown
					tire on takeoff and crashed. 6 killed, 5 survived.
				100252 (450th BG) lost Apr 5, 1944.  MACR 3885
				100253 (376th BG) lost Feb 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2384
				100255 (376 BG, 512 BS) shot down by fighters over St. Valentin,
					Austria Feb 23, 1944.  MACR 2584
				100257 (376th BG) lost Feb 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 2582.
				100259 (98th BG, 343rd BS) shot down over Bulgaria Jun 24, 1944.  All except one KIA.  One POW.  MACR 6437
				100261 (392 BG, 579 BS, *Sweet Chariot*) crashed Jun 4, 1944 at
					Silk Willoughby near Sleaford, Lincolnshire, UK
					after being abandoned by crew.
				100262 (90th BG, 321st BS)
				100263 (459th BG) lost Apr 15, 1944.  MACR 4031
				100265 (376th BG) lost Feb 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 2720
				100266 (98th BG, "Coral Princess') lost Feb 25, 1944, Kelheim, Regensburg, Germany.  MACR 2699
				100267 (308th BG) lost Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10070
				100269 (308th BG) lost Feb 3, 1945, China.  MACR 12025
				100271 (86ith BS, "Lady Jane") fitted with SRC-717B search and
					navigation radome in place of ball turret.
				100273 (868th BG) lost Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 6138
				100279 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit and crashed
					near Meppen, Germany Apr 29, 1944.  MACR 4464.  All 10 crew bailed out and became POW.
				100280 (389th BG, 565th BS, *Lil Audrey*) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2942
				100281 (389th BG, 566th BS, "Naughty Norma") shot down by fighters July 19, 1944.  MACR 7554
				100282 (446th BG, 704th BS) shot down by AAA Feb 24, 1944 on mission to Gotha, Germany.  
					2 KIA, 8 POW.  MACR 2954
				100283 crasshed Jan 27, 1944 on takeoff in French Morocco en route to UK
				100284 (448th BG, 714th BS, "Cold Turkey") damaged by flak and landec at Dubendorf, Switzerland Mar 18, 1944 and  
					interned.  MACR 3341
				100285 (44th BG, 66th BS, 8th AF) crashlanded Feb 20, 1944 5 1/2 mi SW of Ipswich, england while returning
					from mission after ran out of fuel. All 10 crew survived, aircraft was salvaged.
42-100286/100335	Consolidated B-24J-90-CO Liberator
				MSN 3435/3484
				100286 lost Feb 5, 1944.  MACR 4484
				100287 (448th BG, 713rd BS) lost May 9, 1944.  MACR 4775.
				100288 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Major Hoopo*) damaged by fighter attack west of
					Berlin Mar 6, 1944.  Forced to abort mission.
					Ditched in North Sea on return. 7 of 10 crew KIA.  MACR 2966.
				100290 (408th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause Jul 28, 1944, between Owi Airfield, 
					Schouten islands, Indonesia and Nadzab Airfield, Lae, Papua New Guinea while on courier
					run.  MACR 8521.  All 7 crew killed.
				100291 (33rd BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) shot down by AAA over Matina Airstrip in Daval Bay, Mindanao Island,
					Philippines Sep 1, 1944.  All 11 crew killed.
				100292 (33rd BS,22nd BG. 5th AF) crashed from unknown cause off coast of Australia while enroute
					to Nadzab Airfield, Lae, Papua New Guinea Feb 28, 1944.  MACR 6386.  All 7 crew and 8 passengers killed.
				100294 (93rd BG, 328th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crshed 1 km NW of 
					Mervilette, 10 KM Sw of Dreux, France Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6742.  
					5 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				100295 (44th BG, 68th BS) port main undercarriage collapsed during
					dead-stick landing at Thorpe Abbotts Mar 2, 1944 after
					engines cut out due due to fuel transfer fault.  Declared
					salvage and used for spares.
				100296/100304 to USN as PB4Y-1 32233/32241.
				100306 (446th BG, *War Goddess*) interned in Sweden Mar 22, 1944 on mission to Berlin.  MACR 3337
				100307 (4th BG) lost Jan 22, 1944, Brazil.  MACR 2080.
				100308 (445th BG, 702nd BS) lost Sep 27, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9763
				100312 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2560
				100314 (44th BG, 67th BS) shot down by ground fire
					Mar 24, 1945 while flying low-level supply
					mission near Wessel, Germany.  All 10 killed.  MACR 13601
				100315 (446th BG, , 705th BS, *Quivering Box*) shot down by AAA on mission to Munich Jul 21, 1944.
					8 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 7250.
				100318 condemned salvage Oct 22, 1945.
				100319 salvaged after fire in wing Feb 20, 1944
				100322 (448th BG, 714th BS) struck high ground at Burn Fell near Alaidburn in
					Forest of Bowland, UK while descending through cloud Jan 2, 1945.
					Four killed, 15 survived (aircraft was carrying a spare crew and some hitchhikers).
				100323 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 believed flown 
					by Ofw Dilling of JG 106/3 Feb 25, 1944 and crashed at Pirmasens, NW of 
					Landau, Germany.  MACR 2926.  5 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				100324 (22nd BG, 408th BS, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause while om mission to Balikpapan,
					Borneo Oct 14, 1944.  MACR 13584 and 15613.  All 10 crew killed.
				100328 (408th BS, 22nd BG, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause while on missin to Peleliu Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 5870.
					All 10 crew killed.
				100330 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) flew to Switzerland Apr 13, 1944 due to low on fuel and one engine out while on
					mission to Lechfeld, Germany.  Landed at Dubendorf airfield near Zurich, Switzerland, all 10 crew interned.
					MACR 4045,  One crewman returned Oct 6, 1944, rest returned in 1945.
				100331 (702nd BS) lost Sep 27, 1944, Kassel, Germany.  Crashed at Kettering Heath after passing over field
					with a feathered prop.  1 killed, 8 injured.
				100332 (389th BG, 566th BS, *Galloping Katie*) interned in Switzerland Mar 16, 1944.  MACR 3248
				100334 (93rd BG, 409th BS) shot down by friendly AAA while flying
					in restricted zone off UK coast Mar 5, 1945.
				100335 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2561
42-100336/100385	Consolidated B-24J-95-CO Liberator
				MSN 3485/3534
				100336 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Vechtel, NW of Bersenbruck, Germany Sep 11, 1944.  
					MACR 8839.  All 9 crew bailed out and became POW.
				100337 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10409
				100338 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2943
				100339 (6th BG) lost Jan 16, 1944.  MACRs 1549 and 1634
				100340 (392 BG, 578 BS) crash-landed Feb 20, 1944 at Pagleshan, Essex, UK.
				100341 (458th BG, 753rd BS) lost Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6929.
				100342 (448th BG, 715th BS) lost Mar 8, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2967
				100344 (392nd BG, 577th BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2951
				100345 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed NE of Albert, 
					France Mar 2, 1944.  MACR 2907. All 10 crew bailed out, one was killed, 
					5 became POW, 4 evaded capture.
				100346 (392 BG, 577 BS) crashlanded Feb 24, 1944 at Wendling, UK.
				100347 (446th BG, 707th BS, *Lil' Max*) shot down by AAA Sep 26, 1944 at Rijswij, near
					The Hague, Netherlands on mission to Hamm, Germany.  MACR 9431
					2 KIA, 4 POW, 5 evaded.
				100349 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EW249.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				100351 (389th BG, 565th BS) collided with 42-95144 over Langeland, Denmark Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5926.
				100352 (389th BG, 565th BS) shot down Feb 20, 1944.  2 KIA, 8 POW.  MACR 2435.
				100353 (445th BG, 703rd BS) crashed in a field t Fressingfield Mar 8, 1944.  Salvaged Mar 10/11, 1944.
				100355 (93rd BG, 330th BS, 'Miss Star Dust') salvaged at Hardwick May 22, 1945 with damaged nose.
				100356 (448th BG, 715th BS) lost Apr 1, 1944, English Channel.  MACR 5020
				100360 (446th BG, 706th BS) shot down Apr 29, 1944 on mission to Berlin.  MACR 4485.
					Crashed at Ruhen, north of Wolfsburg.  3 KIA, 7 POW.
				100362 (458th BG, 754th BS) lost Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 7227.
				100363 (409th BS, 93rd BG, 8th AF) crashed S of Great Yarmouth, England May 13, 1944 wnen
					went through prop wash of another B-24 while on mission to La Pol, France.  MACR 5018.
					6 crew killed, 4 bailed out and survived.
				100365 (458th BG, 755th BS) shot down near Harveng, Belgium Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 6930.
				100366 (458th BG, 754th BS) to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Sep 24, 1945.  After combat
					career ended, became formation assembly ship for 458th BG, replacing 41-28697
					which crashed Mar 1945.
				100367 (67th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) in landing accident Jun 6, 1944 at RAF Shipdam, Norfolk, UK.  All
					crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				100368 (389th BG, 565th BS) lost Feb 25, 1944, SE of Stuttgart, Germany.  MACR 2944
				100369 (389th BG, 567th BS) collided in midair with 42-109821 on practice mission and
					crashed at Bungay, England Mar 2, 1944.  10 of 11 onboard parachuted to safety.
				100371 (392nd BG, 576th BS) lost Apr 29, 1944 after midair collision near Enschede, Netherlands.
					MACR 4476.
				100372 (389th BG, 565th BS) lost Dec 25, 1944.  MACR 11681.
				100373 (506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 believed flown by Lt Jurgen Hoerschelmann of JG 3/III Stab 
					and crashed at Treisbach Marburg, Germany Feb 20, 1944.  MACR 2421.  5 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				100374 (445th BG, 700th BS) lost Feb 24, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2562.
				100375 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Mar 8, 1944, Germany.  MACR 2959
				100376 (30th BG, 38th BS, 7th AF) crashed due to engine faiure N of Mariana Islands Sept 3, 1944.  
					MACR 8522.  11 crewmen bailed out, 10 were rescued by US Navy task force ships, but one died in
					the water.
				100377 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV959.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				100378/100382 to USN as PB4Y-1 32242/32246.
				100383 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV960.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				100384 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV961.  MIA on mission to Warsaw, Poland Aug 14, 1944.
42-100386/100435	Consolidated B-24J-100-CO Liberator
				MSN 3535/3584
				100386 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV962.  SOC Nov 7, 1947
				100387 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV963.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				100388 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV964.  SOC Aug 2, 1945.
				100389 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV965.  Damaged beyond repair Jul 28, 1944.
				100390 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV966.  SOC Apr 26, 1946.
				100391 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV967.  SOC May 9, 1946
				100392 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV968.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				100394 (26th BS, 11th BG, 7th AF) crashed 10 mi NE of Dublin Island, Micronesia Apr 4, 1944. MACR 3876.
					All 10 crew killed.
				100395 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV969.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				100397 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV970.  MIA on mission to Giugiu, Romania Jun 28, 1944.
				100399 to RAF as Liberator B.VI EV971.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				100400 (44th BG, 506th BS, "Wotto Load") damaged by flak and landed at Dubendorf, Switzerland Mar 18, 1944,
					interned.  MACR 3409
				100402 (44th BG, 67th BS, 8th AF) damaged by fighters and crashed in North Sea Feb 22, 1944, Holland.  MACR 2422.
					All 10 crew killed.
				100406 (11th BG, 98th BS) missing from mission from Marshall Islands to Dublon Island Jul 3, 1944.
					11 crew MIA.  MACR 6732
				100408 (458th BG, 753rd BS, "Beastface")
				100409 crashed Barstaple, Devon, England Feb 2, 1944.
				100411 (506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit at Schlicht,
					4 km N of Feldberg, Germany Jun 21, 1944.   All 9 crew bailed, 8 became POW, one murdered by civilians.
				100412 (68th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) crashed at Shalford near Guildford, england after engine ran away
					while om mission to Beaumont-Le-Roger, France Jul 4, 1944.  All 10 crew bailed out ans survived,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				100413 (*Satan's Sister II*) salvaged after being damaged Jan 1, 1945 in Operation
					Bodenplatte.
				100414 (448th BG) lost Mar 5, 1944, France
				100415 (506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) crashed E of Paris, France due to engine failure and fire Aug 8, 1944 while
					returning from Mission to Romilly, France.  MACR 8080.  All 10 crew bailed out 60 mi E of Paris, France,
					2 became POW, 8 evaded capture.
				100416 (93rd BG, 409th BS, 8th AF *Baggy Maggy*) shot down by Machine gun fire and crash landed
					at Tilburg Holland Sep 18, 1944 while on supply mission to Eindhoven, Holland.  MACR 9810.
					1 crew killed, 6 became POW, 2 evaded capture.
				100417/100420 to USN as PB4Y-1 32247/32250.
				100421 (389th BG, 565th BS, *Aphrodite's Disciples*) lost Mar 5, 1944, France.  MACR 2799
				100422 (389th BG, 565th BS) lost May 7, 1944, North Sea.  MACR 4934
				100423 (44th BG, 506th BS, 8th AF) collided with Bf 109G-6 flown by Le Friedrich Steinmuller of JG 53/6 Apr 8, 1944
					near Unterluss, Germany.  MACR 3856.  All 10 crew bailed out and became POW.
				100424 (389th BG, 567th BS) hit by flak near Vechta Mar 6, 1944.  Crew bailed out over Holland.  
					8 taken prisoner, 2 evaded capture.  MACR 3249
				100425 (458th BG, 752nd BS, "The Bird") crashed on takeoff from Horsham St Faith, England
					on mission to Point de Grave, France Apr 14, 1945.  Hit a tree
					and a telegraph pole on farmlandin Spixworth after failing to
					gain altitude.  6 killed, 1 survived.
				100428 (93rd BG, 328th BS) salvaged as war-weary.
				100429 (506th BS, 44th BG, 8th AF) crashed on landing at RAF Shipdam, Norfolk, England while returning from
					mission to Langenhagen, Germany Apr 8, 1944.  All 10 crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				100430 (448th BG, 715th BS) lost Mar 5, 1944, France.  MACR 2913
				100431 (458th BG, 753rd BS) lost over Germany Oct 30, 1944.  MACR 10166
				100432 (392 BG, 577 BS) crashlanded Jul 7, 1944 at Newchurch, Kent, UK.
				100433 (458th BG, 755th BS) lost Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7891
42-100436/100635	Douglas C-47A-65-DL Skytrain
				MSN 18899/19098
				100436 (MSN 18899)delivered to USAAF 14Oct43; Flight Test Branch, Materiel Command, Wright Field, OH; 
					Used for performance testing; 10th Air Force, Karachi, India 26Apr45; USA 18Jul45; Reclaimed 21Oct47.
				100437 (MSN 18900) salvage Jan 23, 1945
				100438 (MSN 18901) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					under Lend-Lease Nov 1943.  Became XT-86 (or XT-T86?), later
					to N8358C.
				100439 (MSN 18902) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					under Lend-Lease Oct or No 1943.  Exploded in midair over
					Kunming Jun 8, 1944. 6 occupants killed.
				100440 (MSN 18903) reportedly W/o May 21, 1944
				100441 (MSN 18904) lost to Japanese shelling in CBI theatre Dec 1944.  W/o Dec 31, 1944.
				100442 (MSN 18905) by 1955 was VT-AUM of Indian Airlines Corp.  On display at Birlagram, near Nagda
				100443 (MSN 18906) to VT-AUH with Mistry Airways Jan 1946, to Indian Overseas Airlines Sep 1946,
					to Airways (India) Dec 1951, to Indian Airlines Corp Aug 1953.  To Indian AF Apr 1962.
				100444 (MSN 18907) w/o at Warazup, Burma Apr 19, 1945.
				100445 (MSN 18908) w/o on landing at Mu-Se, Burma Feb 8, 1945
				100447 (MSN 18910) delivered to USAAF 9Oct43; 10th Air Force; Karachi, India 24Dec43; Chungking, China; 
					Loaned to RAF 1944; No.1334 Transport Support Conversion Unit, Chaklala, India Jul45; 
					Transferred to Britain 15Sep45; Indian Government 30Jan47; Indian Air Force as IJ396; 
					Hindustan Aviation Ltd; registered VT-DGV Jun53; Indamer Corp; registered N9081C 18Mar55, 
					cancelled 5Mar56; Ariana Afghan Airline Apr55; registered YA-AAD; probably broken up at Kabul.
				100451 (MSN 18914) to VT-AUC of Tata Airlines Dec 1945.  To Air India Nov 1946, sold as XY-ACF.  
					To Ethiopia after Burma?
				100453 (MSN 18916) w/o Jun 176, 1945 Palam A/P, Delhi
				100455 (MSN 18918, 3rd BG) to USAAF as C-47A-65-DL 42-100455 15Oct43. To RAAF Apr44 36 Sqn RAAF 
					24Apr44.   5th AF 27Oct44. 4th Air Depot RAAF Base Garbutt, Townsville, QLD, Australia 3rd BG. 
					Crashed during flight from Tanauan Airfield, Leyte, Philippines Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 14323.
					7 onboard MIA.  Wreckage found by Philippine farmer in 1989.
				100456 (MSN 18919) reported w/o Oct 9, 1946
				100457 (MSN 19920) w/o Apr 5, 19444 in takeoff accident, CBI
				100458 (MSN 19921) w/o Apr 25,1 944 in crash landing Tingpai, Burma
				100459 (MSN 19922) to NC79063
				100460 (MSN 18923) to USAAF as C-47A-65-DL 42-100460 15Oct43  5th AF 317th TCG 40th TCS as 29 07Dec43 to 
					54th TCW APO 929 14Jan44 to 36 Sqn RAAF 26Apr44.  To civilian registry as VH-ANN, then to NZNAX as ZK-CAW.
					Leased to Fiji Airways Jun 1966 as VQ-FAI, returned to NZNAC as ZK-CAW Aug 1969.
					At sometime was converted to "Viewmaster" with elongated windows.
					By 2005 was at Macdonalds at Taipo, New Zealand as publicity aid.
				100461 (MSN 18924) To USAAF as C-47A-65-DL 42-100461 5th AF 433rd TCG 16Oct43.   17Nov43 36 Sqn RAAF.  
					26Apr44 4th Air Depot Archerfield to 5th AF 374th TCG 6th TCS.    to 5th AF 374th TCG 33rd TCS Sep44  
					5th AF 433rd TCG 66th TCS 17Oct44.  Lost between Biak and Morotai 07Dec44.   MACR 14948
				100462 (MSN 18925) to PI-C148.  by 1954 was N73420 of Ozark Air Lines.  To N136D
				100463 (MSN 18926) w/o in crash 75 mi NNE of Myitkyina Nov 10, 1943
				100464 (MSN 18927) w/o May 25, 1945 at Tacloban, P.I.
				100465 (MSN 18928) w/o Nov 17, 1944 on landing at Kainantu, PNG
				100466 (MSN 18929) reportedly w/o May 18, 1945
				100468 (MSN 18931) hit on ground by RAAF CA-16 A20-625 at Kamiri Strip Apr 5, 1944
				100470 (MSN 18933) w/o lon landing at Mackay, Queensland Dec 12, 1943.
				100471 (MSN 18934) by 1954 was PI-C7 of Philippine Air Lines
				100472 (MSN 18935) w/o Nov 21, 1944 when destroyed by bombing on ground at Pitu/Morotai Island
				100474 (MSN 18937) shot down in error by Allied shiping near Finschafen A/P, PNG Feb 3, 1944.
				100477 (MSN 18940)  while taking off at Nielson Field, Manila, Philippines was hit by C-46 44-77788 AUG 12, 1945.
				100479 (MSN 18942) to USAAF as C-47A-65-DL 42-100479 18Oct43 . 5th AF 375th TCG 57th TCS 30Nov43.  
					36 Sqn RAAF 26Apr44 flown as VH-CKJ.  5th AF 26Sep44 375th TCG as X166.  Crashed on flight from 
					Boroke Airfield on Biak to Peleliu 09Jan45. Found in a swamp on the north side of
					 Biak 11Mar45 .  MACR 11648
				100480 (MSN 18943) to USAAF 19Oct43.  5th AF 374th TCG  33rd TCS 02Dec43.   5th AF 433rd TCG  70th TCS 
					damaged airborne between Dumpu and Nadzab NG 09Apr44, repaired.  To 36 Sqn RAAF 26Apr44 as VH-CKK.  
					To 5th AF 27Oct44.  To 4th Air Depot Archerfield 374th TCG 33rd TCS.   Right engine cut just 
					before landing causing forced landing Mokmer AD Biak 11Aug44, salvaged  
				100481 (MSN 18944) w/o Jun 2, 1944 at Finschafen A/P, PNG
				100482 (MSN 18945) w/o Aug 7, 1944 on landing at Tami Beach, Hollandia
				100483 (MSN 18946) w/o on landing at Tuao, Luzon, Philippines Apr 5, 1945.
				100484 (MSN 18947) as B-811 on October 20, 1954 a C-47 owned by Civil Air Transport and leased 
					to Air America. It was then chartered by 'Sea Supply', another CIA operation. 
					While practicing paratroop drops near Hua Hin [Gulf of Siam] the wingtip 
					dipped and struck sea in a low turn. 2 crew (of 3 onboard), 4 passengers fatal
				100485 (MSN 18948) to VH-ANX, to N99131
				100486 (MSN 18949) to civil registry as N99131.  With Naval Air Museum at
					Barbers Point.  Stored at Honolulu Intl Apt.  to Pacific Avation Museum at Ford Island Apr 12, 2012.
				100487 (MSN 18950) damaged Apr 27, 1944 Fayetteville-Pope AAF, North Carolina
				100488 (MSN 18951) w/o Dec 6, 1951 in crash 29 mi E of Marseilles, France
				100490 (MSN 18953) damaged Nov 22, 1943 Sedalia AAF, Missouri and damaged Apr 9, 1946 Newark, New Jersey
					in a ground accident.
				100492 (MSN 18955) w/o Jul 2, 1944 at Syracuse MAP, New York on approach.  3 lost
				100493 (MSN 18956) w/o Mar 29, 1944 in crash 8 mi SW of Sanford, North Carolina.  Had engine problems
					ahd hit high ground.  2 lost.
				100494 (MSN 18957) to Philippine AF
				100495 (MSN 18958) by 1955 was CF-CRW of Canadian Pacific Airlines.
				100496 (MSN 18959) w/o Nov 24, 1943, Torbay, Canada
				100497 (MSN 18960) to MASDC Aug 4, 1970
				100499 (MSN 19862) w/o Jun 16,1 945 in taxi accident at Warton, UK
				100501 (MSN 18964) to KLM as PH-TBL.  To Italian AF as MM61778
				100503 (MSN 18966) w/o Dec 21, 1943 Amara airport, Brazil
				100505 (MSN 18968) damaged Apr 3, 1945 Geinhausen, Germany (landing), to LV-XFY, to T-49 FAA in
                     		(Sep 1959), to T-40 (Nov 1966), to T-01.
				100506 (MSN 18969) w/o Oct 22, 1946 in crash 18 mi SE of Aachen, WG
				100507 (MSN 18970) reportedly w/o May 9, 1945
				100508 (MSN 18971) w/o Feb 5, 1944 in landing accident at Greenham Common, UK.
				100509 (MSN 18972) delivered to USAAF Oct43; 8th Air Force; 9th Air Force, Troop Carrier Command; 
					96th Troop Carrier Squadron, 440th Troop Carrier Group, Exeter; damaged taxying 
					at Exeter 20Jul44; 3rd Air Division, Bushey Park, England; accident taking off at 
					Wiesbaden, Germany 23Dec48; 7500th Operations Squadron, 7500th Air Base Group, 
					Bovingdon; French Air Force / Armée de l'Air Oct52.  to N99849, to TL-AAX, to TL-JBB Central 
					African Republic AF
				100511 (MSN 18974) ditched into Bristol Channel off Lundy Island, UK Dec 3, 1943.
				100512 (MSN 18975) w/o Dec 21, 1943 in landing accident at St Eval, UK
				100513 (MSN 18976) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N May 31, 1967.  To MAP Nov 1, 1972.
				100514 (MSN 18977) to Portuguese AF as FAP 6177.  To Visionair in
					1976 as N9984Q, ferried to Sweden to be used in the movie
					"A Bridge Too Far" with InterFret Transport Aerien as 9Q-CYC,
					still as 9Q-CYC to TAZ (Zaire) for Air Kasai.  Now stored at
					Ndjili Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
				100515 (MSN 18978) by 1954 was XA-HUI of Aerovias Reforma SA
				100516 (MSN 18979) to D2-LBM to CR-LBM
				100517 (MSN 18980) w/o Sep 17, 1944 when struck by another C-47 in tail, pilot ditched into North Sea
					37 mi NW of West Kapelle, Holland
				100519 (MSN 18982) with 436th TCG lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13382
				100521 (MSN 18984) operated by 70th TCS at Membury, Uk.  Later to N65384.  By 1954 was N45V of Piedmont 
					Aviation.  Later on civil registry as N308SF, still current.
				100522 (MSN 18985) with 436th TCG, 79th TCS lost Son, Netherlands Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9915
				100523 (MSN 18986) to civilian registry as N39232C, then to RCAF as 10913, renumbered
					12968 in 1970.
				100525 (MSN 18988) to MASDC
				100527 (MSN 18990) with 436th TCG, 79th TCS, lost Son, Netherlands Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9916
				100529 (MSN 18992) to Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ABT.  To Cruzeiro as
					PP-XER, PP-CDK, PP-SAE.  Currently stored by Rico Taxi Aero.
				100530 (MSN 18993) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2052.  To civil registry
					with Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVN.
					To Trans Aereos San Jorge as CP-1960.  Current (2004) active
					with Lineas Aereas Canedo.
				100531 (MSN 18994) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-373
				100532 (MSN 18995) wo Apr 2, 1945 in crash landing Nidda, Germany.  Operated by 80th Troop Carrier 
					Squadron. After unloading the supplies, the crew was ready for take-off. Upon reaching flying speed 
					the crew chief misunderstood and raised the gear; propellers hit the runway.
				100535 (MSN 18998) to Transportes Aereos de Portuguesa (TAP) as
					CS-TDF.  Crashed at Lumiar (Lisboa Airport) during training
					flight Jun 8, 1948.
				100536 (MSN 18999) Delivered to USAAF 29Oct43; 14th Air Force, Chungking, China 9Jan44; 10th Air Force, Karachi, 
					India 31Jul44; used by Admiral Louis Mountbatten, Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia 
					Command; HAPGIFT; 1310th Base Unit, Negombo, Ceylon Sep45; diverted Britain 7Nov45; 
					Used by Mountbatten to visit Siem Reap, French Indochina Mar46;  Foreign Liquidation 
					Commission; Royal Thai Air Force 6Nov46.  W/o Lopburi Jan 17, 1985.  Tail displayed at Don Muang.
				100537 (MSN 19000) to YV-C-NS, YV-C-GAO, YV-115C, YV-227c
				100538 (MSN 19001) to USAAF Oct 29, 1943.  To RAF SEAC for use by Lord Mountbatten and painted in RAF
					colors but retained US serial and tail number.  Named *Hapgift*.  WFU Mar 2, 1965.
				100539 (MSN 19002) to Paraguayan AF as T-41 (1962) to FAP-2004 (1980)
				100540 (MSN 19003) to Frontier Airlines as N57985
				100541 (MSN 19004) reportedly w/o Oct 3, 1944
				100542 (MSN 19005) to NEIAF as DT-982
				100543 (MSN 19006) registered as OK-WDO  Sep 10, 1946, transfered to AirForce code 'D-43' Dec 3, 1948 
					and reregistered as '0543' year 1957.  On civil registry as N87604.
				100544 (MSN 19007) w/o Mar 2, 1944 Loddington Hall, UK due to engine failure.
				100545 (MSN 19008) to Eagle Air Freight as NC79035, to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CDB,
					to Brazilian AF as FAB 2084.  To Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO
					Taxi Aereo) as PT-KUY.  WFU
				100546 (MSN 19009) w/o Apr 12, 1954
				100547 (MSN 19010) to Royal Thai AF as L2-39/15.  At RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
				100549 (MSN 19012) w/o Mar 16, 1944 at Membury, UK
				100550 (MSN 19013) with 81st TCS, 436th TCG in 1944, used in D-Day airdrop
				100551 (MSN 19014) with 436th TCG, 81st TCS lost Sep 19 1944.  MACR 10693
				100552 (MSN 19015) damaged Feb 1, 1944 in landing at Bottesford, UK
				100553 (MSN 19016) to Italian AF as MM61775
				105554 (MSN 19017) to Turkish AF under MDAP as 6019 for 221 Filo.
					W/o Nov 5, 1974 at Etimesgut.
				100555 (81st TCS, 436th TCG) lost at Overasselt, Holland Sep 19, 1944.  Crew 2 KIA and 2 returned.  MACR 9921
				100556 (MSN 19019) with 436th TCG, 81st TCS, lost Esch S of Vught, Netherlands Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 9907
				100558 (MSN 19021) to Uruguayan AF as T-510 in 1949.  Destroyed Jun 26, 1970 at MVD.  Initially serialed GR-510.
				100560 (MSN 19023) w/o Jay 3, 1952 at Middelkerke, Belgium
				100561 (MSN 19024) by 1954 was CP-568 of Lloyd Aero Boliviano SA.
					Lateron civil registry as N1844M
				100562 (MSN 19025) by 1953 was N65134 of Northeast Airlines.  Later to Lake Central Airlines as N65134.  
					w/o at Honolulu on delivery to Zamrud
				100563 (MSN 19026) w/o Jun 19, 1944 Membury, UK in midair
				100564 (MSN 19027) with 436th TCG lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13381
				100565 (MSN 19028). By 1954 2as N62375 of West Coast Air Lines.
					In 1987 on charge of USAFM, but whereabouts unknown
				100567 (MSN 19030) with 436th TCG, 82nd TCS, lost Son, Netherlands Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 10171
				100568 (MSN 19031) to MASDC
				100569 (MSN 19032) to RFC Oct 22, 1945.  To NC74597, to VT-CIF Feb 13, 1947 to AP-AAE Oct 1, 1947, to N1501V
					May 1951 to PK-SVE May 1952, reregistered as PK-WWJ
				100570 (MSN 19033) w/o Jan 11, 1945 Kingston, UK due to engine fire.
				100571 (MSN 19034) delivered to USAAF 3Nov43; 8th Air Force 6Jan44; 9th Air Force, Troop Carrier Command; 
					82nd Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, Melun (A-55), France; mid air collision 
					near Thruxton, Hampshire 16Jun45; diverted to Britain 17Jun45; instructional airframe; Kirkham, 
					Lancashire  in use for loading training
				100572 (MSN 19035) to NC62472
				100574 (MSN 19037) w/o Aug 26, 1944 in crash 6 mi SW of Cherbourg, France due to engine fire.
				100576 (MSN 19039) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 2, 1945
				100577 (MSN 19040) to RFC at Bush Field Nov 5, 1945.  By 1954
					was N57131 of Wien Alaska Airlines
				100578 (MSN 19041) to civil registry as N8042X.
				100579 (MSN 19042) condemned MIA Mar 24, 1945
				100580 (MSN 19043) to F-RAZM
				100581 (MSN 19044) condemned MIA Sep 17, 1944
				100582 (MSN 19045) condemned salvage no battle damage May 14, 1945
				100583 (MSN 19046) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 2, 1945.  By 1954
					was TI-1003 of Lineas Aereas Costarricenses S.A.  In 1976 with SAN Ecuador (Servicios Aereos Nacionales) as
					HC-ALD
				100584 (MSN 19047) to storage at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ May 11, 1949
				100585 (MSN 19048) condemned Jan 21, 1944.  To MASDC Oct 20, 1969.
				100586 (MSN 19049) W/o Mar 4, 1944 Ramsbury, UK. Condemned salvage no battle damage Mar 6, 1944
				100587 (MSN 19050) condemned crash Dec 11, 1944
				100588 (MSN 19051) w/o Feb 19, 1944 in takeoff accident at Sookerating, India.  Condemned Feb 22, 1944
				100589 (MSN 19052) to storage at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ May 11, 1949.
					Noted with Basler at Oshkosh Jul 27, 1991 being converted to
					Basler BT-67 turboprop (conversion No. 38) for Colombian AF and delivered as FAC-1667.
				100590 (MSN 19053) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				100591 (MSN 19054) to Norwegian AF as 2100591, then to Danish AF Aug 1956 as 68-684, later K-684, then to
					civil registry as N3239T.  Named "Tico Belle". Aircraft was damaged Jul 9, 2001 in landing at the Titusville
					Airport.  Noted at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL Sep 6, 2003.
					Returned to flight status Jun 23, 2009.  Parts from 42-100591 were used in restoration.
				100592 (MSN 19055) to RFC at Ontario, CA Aug 23, 1946.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2056.  To 
					civil registry with Brazilian government as PP-ETE, to Rondonia 
					Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KXR.  To RUTACA as YV-224C.
					W/o Jan 25, 2001 with RUTACA while flying tourists back from Naiaima to
					Porlamar and made a refuelling stop at Ciudad Bolivar.  Shortly after
					takeoff engine problems forced a return to Ciudad Bolivar.  While trying
					to return, control was lost and the plane crashed into the residential
					El Peru aerea, via La piscina.  All 24 on board killed. 
				100593 (MSN 19056) w/o May 7, 1952 on flight from Madrid to Furstenfeldbruck when crashed onto Guggi Glacier,
					Switzerland.  8 killed.
				100594 (MSN 19057) FEA-PAC to WAA Dec 4, 1947
				100595 (MSN 19058) with 443rd TCG condemned missing Oct 10, 1944.  MACR 9078 and 9095
				100596 (MSN 19059) to VC-47A.  To MASDC
				100597 (MSN 19060) to MASDC Sep 19, 1968, excess Mar 31, 1970 
				100598 (MSN 19061) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					under Lend-Lease Dec 1943.  Crashed near Kiaokie, Chine during
					flight from Hsinching to Kunming Apr 9, 1945.  3 occupants killed.
				100599 (MSN 19062) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) 
					under Lend-Lease Dec 1943.  Became XT-51, later N8355C
				100600 (MSN 19063) to USAAF Nov 11, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39092 Nov 11, 1943
				100601 (MSN 19064) to USAAF Nov 11, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39093 Nov 11, 1943
				100602 (MSN 19065) to USAAF Nov 11, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39094 Nov 11, 1943
				100603 (MSN 19066) to USAAF Nov 12, 1943, to US Navy as R4D-5 BuNo 39095 Nov 12, 1943
				100604 (MSN 19067) SOC Feb 11, 1948
				100605 (MSN 19068) surveyed at Sedalia AAF, MO Jan 16, 1944
				100606 (MSN 19069) to MASDC
				100607 (MSN 19070) to reclamation/scrap Apr 15, 1947
				100608 (MSN 19071) diverted sold Feb 7, 1946
				100609 (MSN 19072) diverted sold Apr 12, 1946.  By 1955 was 
					VT-AYH of Indian Airlines Corp.
				100610 (MSN 19073) condemned salvage apr 3,1945
				100611 (MSN 19074) Headquarters Command, Brussels, Belgium; designated as VC-47A Mar51; 
					Wiesbaden, West Germany Mar65.  Diverted to military intelligence May 8, 1974.  To
					Sengegalase AD as 6W-SAF,then became F-GEFU.  Nose noted at
					Aces High Flying Museum, North Weald, England Feb 2004
					Nose reported as intended to be mated with fuselage of C-47
					43-49240 at Wings Museum, Redhill, England.
				100612 sold to Corporation Jan 24, 1946
				100613 3rd TCG lost Dec 10, 1944.  MACR 10399.  Condemned MIA Dec 13, 1944
				100614 443rd TCG w/o May 25, 1944, CBI.  MACR 8735 and 9207.  Condemned Jun 8, 1944
				100615 lost Jan 18, 1944.  MACR 2000.  Condemned Jan 19, 1944
				100616 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 8, 1945
				100617 condemned accident May 13, 1945
				100618 condemned salvage Sep 3,1946
				100619 condemned accident Apr 20, 1945
				100620 condemned accident Jun 30, 1945
				100621 condemned salvage obsolete Aug 16, 1974
				100622 to reclamation/scrap Jul 25, 1946
				100623 condemned accident Dec 8, 1943
				100624 condemned salvage Mar 16, 1945
				100625 condemned accident non combat related Mar 14, 1945
				100626 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 29, 1946
				100627 condemned salvage obsolete sep 19, 1945
				100628 condemned accident Dec 12, 1943
				100629 condemned salvage Mar 28, 1946
				100630 condemned salvage no battle damage Aug 28, 1944
				100631 reported W/o Feb 7, 19674
				100632 (MSN 19095) in landing accident at Ramsbury, Uk Oct 12, 1944.  To RFC at Bush Field Nov 26, 1945
				100633 in landing accident at Welford, UK Jun 6, 1944.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 26, 1945
				100634 to Mexico Sep 30, 1947
				100635 (MSN 19098) to Imperial Iranian AF Dec 2, 1962.  Assigned to 50th Air Transport Composite Group
42-100636/100835	Douglas C-47A-70-DL Skytrain
				MSN 19099/19298
				100636 (MSN 19099, "Terror of the Ozarks") ran short of fuel and ditched Aug 24, 1944 off Lands End, UK.  Crew nd passengers escaped
					without injury and were rescued by two British minesweepers.  Condemned MIA Aug 26, 1944
				100637 (MSN 19100) to France Feb 13, 1948 as F-BEST for Aigle-Azur leased to AZI. 
					On June 16 (one source has June 11), 1953 enroute from Vientiane to Saigon, 
					crashed after fire (possibly shot down) on Mt. Phou Lassi 30 miles North-West 
					of Pakse, Laos. 29 Pax, 5 crew all fatal.  Wreckage found June 29, 1953.
				100638 (MSN 19101) to RFC Augusta Sep 21, 1945.  To OK-WDD
				100639 (MSN 19102) diverted unknown May 10, 1946. To Czechoslovakian State Airlines as OK-WDD.  
					W/o Dec 24, 1946 near Paris, France.  All on board survived.
				100640 (MSN 19103) w/o Oct 13, 1945 Huntingdon Warren, UK.  Condemned salvage Oct 15, 1945
				100641 (MSN 19104) to S. T. A. May 1948 as F-BEFP.  To Madagascar as 5R-MAC, 5R-MAV, 5R-MMB
				100642 (MSN 19105) to France Jul 16, 1947 as F-BEFG for Aigle-Azur leased to AZI. 
					On March 17, 1953 destroyed near Thien Sha, Tourane (Danang, VN) Crashed on approach 
					in bad weather and caught fire. 8 total onboard - all fatal.
				100643 (MSN 19106) condemned MIA Sep 19, 1944
				100644 (MSN 19107, 439th TCG, 91st TCS) shot down 6 mi from Bastogne,
					Belgium Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 10906.  One MIA, 2 POW, 1 escaped
					to US lines.  One of the POWs was murdered.
				100645 (MSN 19108) to excess inventory list Jun 1, 1946
				100646 (MSN 19109) WFU Jul 23, 1946.  To Finnair Oct 26, 1946 as OH-LCB; to Finnish AF 1963 as DO-7.
					Sold Jan 10, 1984 to Dutch Dakota Association as PH-DDA.  Crashed into North Sea Sep 25, 1996 
					with loss of all six crew and 26 passengers.
				100647 (MSN 19110) to reclamation/scrap Munich, Germany Nov 1, 1948
				100648 (MSN 19111, 473th TCG) lost Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9906
				100649 (MSN 19112) condemned MIA Mar 24, 1945, Operation Varsity?
				100650 (MSN 19113) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945
				100651 (MSN 19114) to Turkey Apr 5, 1949
				100652 (MSN 19115) 
				100653 (MSN 19116) to RFC at Bush Field Nov 16, 1945.  To NC18776
				100654 (MSN 19117) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945
				100655 (MSN 19118) to storage at Davis Monthan AFB Apr 5, 1949
				100656 (MSN 19119) condemned flak Apr 7, 1945
				100657 (MSN 19120) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 29, 1945
				100658 (MSN 19121) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945.  To YV-AZK of TACA
				100659 (MSN 19122) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 2, 1945
				100660 (MSN 19123) to MASDC Mar 2, 1967 
				100661 (MSN 19124) to RFC at Ontario, CA May 29, 1946.  To Argentine Navy 2-gt-13 "0117"
				100662 (MSN 19125) to Colombian AF as FAC-1670. Became N40359 and converted to Basler BT-67 (number 36)
					and delivered back to Colombia as FAC1670 .  Suffered some sort of accident
					and returned to Basler for rebuild as N40359.  At Basler
					at Oshkosh Jul 26, 2002, presumably for turboprop conversion.  On line July 2002
					with conversion number of 41.  Returned to Colombia as FAC-1670 (conversion 41) .
					Crashed Feb 18, 2009 in empty lot near electrical sub station El Purino in west of
					Caldas, border with municipality of Honda (Tolima).  All 5 onboard killed.
					Some safety reports have this plane as being FAC1659, which was another BT-67
					conversion that crashed Sep 2, 2000.
				100663 (MSN 19126) to WAA at Charlotte, NC Jul 3, 1946.  To NC60713
				100664 (MSN 19127)  to N3898, to Transportes Aereas Latinamericanas (TALA Colombia)
					as HK-2580.  W/o Dec 12, 1982 at Mariquita, Colombia when it dragged a wingtip
					during a training flight.  2 crew, 4 passengers, and 1 on ground killed.
				100665 (MSN 19128) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  To reclamation, cannibalization, salvage, or survey
					Aug 5, 1975 from 56th Special Operations Wing, Udorn, Thailand
				100666 (MSN 19129) to Vietnam AF  
				100667 (MSN 19130) to reclamation/scrap in Germany Jun 18, 1948
				100668 (MSN 19131) w/o Aug 22, 1951, Summit, Alaksa
				100669 (MSN 19132) to MASDC Jul 7, 1964.  To MAP in 1964.
				100670 (MSN 19133) reportedly w/o Dec 4, 1961 
				100671 (MSN 19134, 434rd TCG) lost Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9923
				100672 (MSN 19135, 82nd TCS, 436th TCG) shot down by AA Sep 17, 1944 near Bladel, Holland during
					Operation Market Garden.  6 of 18 parachutists KIA.  Crew of 4 and remaining parachutists
					bailed out and survived.  MACR 9917
				100673 (MSN 19136) condemned salvage Oct 28, 1944.  To MASDC May 8, 1967
				100674 (MSN 19137, 436th TCG) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13383
				100675 (MSN 19138) to reclamation/scrap Nov 19, 1947
				100676 (MSN 19139, 437th TCG) MIA Sep 17, 1945.  MACR 9905
				100677 (MSN 19140) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945.  To NC15845
				100678 (MSN 19141) to RFC at Morrison Field, FL Mar 2, 1944.  To VT-AUJ with Airways India.  W/o Apr 14, 1953
					in crash 50 mi SW of Guwahati, India (port wing failed).  3 crew killed.
				100679 (MSN 19142) lost Jan 14, 1944, Caribbean.  MACR 1507
				100680 (MSN 19143) condemned missing Sep 25, 1945
				100681 (MSN 19144) condemned crash at field Mar 25, 1945
				100682 (MSN 19145) condemned May 18, 1948
				100683 (MSN 19146) w/o Jan 13, 1945 Ledo, India.  Condemned salvage Jan 18, 1945
				100684 (MSN 19147) condemned May 1, 1944
				100685 (MSN 19148) condemned salvage Feb 28, 1946
				100686 (MSN 19149) diverted sold to Asia Dec 21, 1945
				100687 (MSN 19150) W/o Jan 9, 1945 Yunnanyi, China.  Condemned mechanical failure Jan 10, 1945\
				100688 (MSN 19151) diverted sold to commercial Airway 
					Jan 12, 1946. By 1955 was VT-AUP of Indian Airlines Corp, then to Indian AF.
				100689 (MSN 19152) w/o May 3, 1944, CBI.  Condemned May 4, 1944
				100690 (MSN 19153) to RCAF as Dakota III TS425
				100691 (MSN 19154) Assigned to 2TCS/443TCG on Sep 3, 1944 damaged in a TO accident at Shingbwiyang, Burma. 
					Assigned to 80 RepDpt, Panagarh AF, India on 13 Oct. 1945 damaged in taxi an accident. Diverted, 
					sold to Government of India April 29, 1946. In 1955 Reg. VT-AZY of Indian Airlines Corp. Bought by Nalanda 
					Air Ways. Sold to Garuda Indonesian Air Ways reg. PK-GDR. Sold to Merapati Nusantara reg. PK-NDI. 
					On Oct 5, 1978 w/o when it was DBR while parked from a ground fire at Bali-Ngurah Rai Airport (DPS) (Indonesia).  				
				100692 (MSN 19155) diverted sold to government of India Apr 29, 1946
				100693 (MSN 19156) with 315th TCG lost Feb 18, 1944.  MACR 11973.  Condemned Feb 18, 1944
				100694 (MSN 19157) condemned ground collision Feb 16, 1945
				100695 (MSN 19158) condemned May 15, 1944
				100696 (MSN 19159) lost Jan 18, 1944.  MACR 2001
				100697 (MSN 19160) diverted sold Leccan (Ireland) Feb 10, 1946
				100698 (MSN 19161) diverted sold to government of India Apr 29, 1946
				100699 (MSN 19162) condemned Feb 15, 1944
				100700 (MSN 19163, 443rd TCG) lost Apr 20, 1944.  MACR 4136
				100701 (MSN 19164, 99th TCS, 441st TCG) lost over Holland Sep 23, 1944.
				100702 (MSN 19165) condemned salvage Jun 14, 1945
				100703 (MSN 19166) condemned Mar 19, 1944
				100704 (MSN 19167, 443rd TCG) missing Oct 19, 1944.  MACR 9301
				100705 (MSN 19168) condemned salvage Jul 30, 1944
				100706 (MSN 19169) condemned salvage Feb 15, 1944
				100707 (MSN 19170) condemned salvage Aug 5, 1944
				100708 (MSN 19171) condemned salvage Sep 30, 1944
				100709 (MSN 19172) condemned salvage accident Jul 6, 1945
				100710 (MSN 19173) converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion
					number 22) and to Mali AF as TZ390
				100711 (MSN 19174) to Peruvian Air Force Sep 22, 1947
				100712 (MSN 19175, 349th TCG, 313 TCS) was one of three aircraft that went missing Jul 23, 1944 25 mi SE 
					of Cape Fear, NC after encountering bad weather while in a mass flight of 54 aircraft flying at 500 feet - 5 fatal.
				100713 (MSN 19176) to reclamation Apr 29, 1948.  By 1954
					was PP-YPP of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
				100714 (MSN 19177) to MASDC Aug 13, 1968 
				100715 (MSN 19178) condemned salvage obsolete Dec 1, 1945
				100716 (MSN 19179) condemned missing Aug 29, 1945
				100717 (MSN 19180, 317th TCG) lost Aug 27, 1945, SW Pacific
				100718 (MSN 19181) excess inventory list May 1, 1946
				100719 (MSN 19182) to excess inventory list May 1, 1946
				100720 (MSN 19183) to reclamation/scrap Apr 29, 1948
				100721 (MSN 19184) to reclamation/scrap Apr 29, 1948
				100722 (MSN 19185) condemned accident not combat related Mar 6, 1944
				100723 (MSN 19186) condemned salvage obsolete Oct 21, 1946
				100724 (MSN 19187) condemned salvage Nov 10, 1945
				100725 (MSN 19188) to reclamation/scrap Oct 10, 1945
				100726 (MSN 19189) To USAAF 03Dec43.  To  5th AF 25Jan44.  To 36 Sqn RAAF "VHCKA" 27Jan44 
					To 5th AF 26Sep44  flown with Australian radio c/s VHCKA  31Dec46 WO salvage .  To reclamation/scrap Sep 22, 1947.  
					TO YV-AZM of TACA.
				100727 (MSN 19190) to USAAF 03Dec43.  To  5th AF 25Jan44.  To 36 Sqn RAAF "VHCKB" 27Jan44.  To  5th AF 26Sep44 flown 
					with Australian radio c/s VHCKB.  To reclamation/scrap at Manila Apr 29, 1948
				100728 (MSN 19191) to USAAF  01Dec43  5th AF.  To 375th TCG 57th TCS 07Jan44.  To  36 Sqn RAAF 14Apr44.  To  5th AF 17Oct44 
					flown with Australian radio c/s VHCKC.   Crashed due to undetermined reasons on Biak. 09Jan45.   Condemned missing Jun 28, 1945
				100729 (MSN 19192) to USAAF 02Dec43.  To  5th AF 14Jan44. To  5th AF 433rd TCG 70th TCS 19Jan44.  To 36 Sqn RAAF 20Apr44
					To 5th AF 17Oct44.  To  375th TCG 55th TCS as 122.  To 375th TCG 57th TCS as X151A.  To 375th TCG 58th TCS 
					flown with Australian radio c/s VHCKD.    condemned salvage obsolete Manila 29Oct46 .  Became N94542.  By 1955 was CF-GHQ of
					Maritime Central Airlines, Ltd.
				100730 (MSN 19193) to USAAF 02Dec43.  To  36 Sqn RAAF 02Jul44.  To 5th AF 09Oct44.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge 31Oct45 Walnut Ridge, AR 
					To civil registry as AR YV-AZJ of TACA  
				100731 (MSN 19194) wfu Jan 3, 1946.  To PH-TBH Jan 15, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61776 May 9, 1950.
					As MM61766 on display at Museo Storico Di Vigna di Valle, Italy in Mar 2011.
				100732 (MSN 19195) w/o Dec 16, 1944 near Orleans France.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 18, 1944. 
				100733 (MSN 19196, 440th TCG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 7157
				100734 (MSN 19197) condemned MIA Oct 2, 1944
				100735 (MSN 19198) condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 30, 1944
				100736 (MSN 19199) to Turkey Apr 10, 1948
				100737 (MSN 19200) Delivered to USAAF Dec 1, 1943, allocated to 440th TCG. Operated by 98th TCS on operations 
					Memphis [D-Day re-supply missions], Market Garden and Varsity.  Declared surplus 10Apr50; MAP transfer to 
					Royal Norwegian AF as AP-T, later BW-P; returned to MAP Aug 28, 1956; MAP transfer to Royal Danish AF 
					as 68-687, 721 Squadron, to K-687 Nov 19, 1960. Operated for UN in Congo Sep-Oct 1961.  Modified to 
					operate with skis in Greenland. Featured in ‘A Bridge to Far’ to re-enact Market Garden Sep76.  
					Stored Vaerlose Jan 7, 1981. Flown to Billund for the Danish Aviation Museum Sep 3, 1987; museum closed 
					1997 and aircraft stored at nearby Vandel AB. To the new Danish Aviation Museum at Stauning Sep 24, 2003.
				100738 (MSN 19201) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 28, 1945.  To NC88776
				100739 (MSN 19202) to RFC at Walnut Ride Oct 26, 1945.  To Frontier Airlines as N65276.  
					W/o Dec 21, 1967 at Denver, CO
				100740 (MSN 19203) condemned salvage Jul 23, 1946
				100741 (MSN 19204) to reclamation/scrap in Germany Jun 18, 1948
				100742 (MSN 19205) w/o Oct 12, 1944 Greenham Common, UK.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 16, 1944
				100743 (MSN 19206) assigned to 303rd BW at Davis Monthan AFB from 1960 to 1973.  Reassigned to 4080th SRW after
					change of commands.  To MASDC Apr 18, 1971.
				100744 (MSN 19207) to CL-26 at Lawson AAF, GA Jul 8, 1946
				100745 (MSN 19208) to CL-26 at Lawson AAF, GA Jul 8, 1947
				100746 (MSN 19209) 
				100747 (MSN 19210) to reclamation/scrap Nov 19, 1947
				100748 (MSN 19211) first to PH-TBR for KLM (Jan. 14, 1946?), then to F-BEIA for Aigle-Azur. 
					Leased to Air Laos. On December 04, 1954 crashed on company's first 
					commercial flight at Luang Prabang, Laos enroute to Nam Tha. 25 Pax, 3 crew fatal.
				100749 (MSN 19212) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  TO nc62373, CX-BDG
				100750 (MSN 19213) to CL-26 at Lawson AAF, GA Jul 8, 1947
				100751 (MSN 19214) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  By 1954
					was PP-AVP of Empresa de Transportes Aerovias Brasil S.A.
				100752 (MSN 19215) w/o Jun 26, 1944 at Exeter A/P, UK.  condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 8, 1944.  
				100753 (MSN 19216) condemned MIA Oct 7, 1944
				100754 (MSN 19217) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945.  To civil registry
					as NC1369, to Aerovias Reforma as XA-FIX, to Mexican Government as
					XC-ABW, reportedly destryied after it had an engine failure and
					crashed near Lake Texcoco with 7 out of 14 killed, but next is
					listed as going to Brazilian AF as FAB 2065.  W/o Sep 13, 1975
					Itaparica, BA, Brazil.
				100755 (MSN 19218) delivered unknown May 2, 1946.  Became OY-DDe
					"Erik Viking" of DDL.  Reregistered OY-KLI then sold as
					N9983F
				100756 (MSN 19219) condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 15, 1945
				100757 (MSN 19220) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  By 1953 was N54370 of 
					Southwest Airways
				100758 (MSN 19221) condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 18, 1945
				100759 (MSN 19222) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945.  To YV-AZL of TACA then
					CU-T333 of Cubana de Aviacion
				100760 (MSN 19223) to reclamation/scrap at Kellogg AAF, MI Nov 14,1 945
				100761 (MSN 19224) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  Seen at J. W. Duff
					Aircraft Salvage, Denver, CO in 2005., marked as N96H
				100762 (MSN 19225) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.  By
					1954 was N65251 of West Coast Air Lines, Inc
				100763 (MSN 19226) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.  By 1954 was
					CP-584 of Lloyd Aero Boliviano SA.  Crashed on takeoff Dec 31, 1959 near San Jose de Chiquitos, 
					Bolivia.  11 lost.
				100764 (MSN 19227) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 16, 1945.  Became
					NC79017, then N79017.  At various times N1968K and N212FF were
					reserved, but NTU.  To Triumph Airways Ltd of Oshawa, ON
					as C-GAWI.  Was converted to turbo DC-3 before becoming C-GAWI
				100765 (MSN 19228) FLC to Turkey Dec 27, 1948
				100766 (MSN 19229, 438th TCG, 89th TCS, "Lilly Bell II") crashed in field 85yds N of Clay Lane's  
					junction with Queenhythe Road at Jacobs Well near Guilford,UK Oct 25, 1944 after went into an
					inverted dive into the ground, killing all four aboard.
					Condemned salvage Oct 25, 1944
				100767 (MSN 19230) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945
				100768 (MSN 19231) to Uruguayan AF as 521 CX-BHR in 1962.
				100769 (MSN 19232) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.  
					By 1956 was N57902 of Pioneer Airlines.
					Later to C-117C with MATS (1958)
				100770 (MSN 19233, 438th TCG, 89th TCS) MIA Sep 19, 1944.  MACR 9902
				100771 (MSN 19234) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.  To NC64744
				100772 (MSN 19235) w/o Oct 12, 1944 in landing accident at Rochester, UK.  Condemned salvage Jan 31, 1946
				100773 (MSN 19236) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945
				100774 (MSN 19237) condemned Jun 4, 1944
				100775 (MSN 19238) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  By 1954 was
					PP-ANB of Transportes Aereos Nacional Ltda.
				100776 (MSN 19239) W/o Oct 24, 1944 near Guildford, UK. To RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945
				100777 (MSN 19240) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 22, 1945.  By 1953 was N54369
					of Southwest Airways
				100778 (MSN 19241) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945
				100779 (MSN 19242) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  By 1954
					was XA-HUG of Aerovias Reforma SA.  Then to HP-560 with Arovias Urraca and flew into Cerro 
					Horqueta Mountain, Panama Feb 21, 1973.  22 of 28 onboard killed.
				100780 (MSN 19243) condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 28, 1944
				100781 (MSN 19244) w/o Mar 14, 1945, Prosnes, France. 90th Troop Carrier Squadron.  The plane lost the 
					starboard propeller. As it was flying at the speed and altitude for dropping paratroopers, the pilot had 
					no chance to level the plane.  The plane cut through a stick of paratroopers, causing casualties among 
					the 508th PIR troopers.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Mar 16, 1945
				100782 (MSN 19245) to RFC at Ontario, CA Jun 24, 1946. By 1955 was
					PP-CDG of Servicos Aereos Cruziero Do Sul
				100783 (MSN 19246) to Paraguayan AF as T-27 in 1955.  To FAP-2005 in 1980. 
				100784 (MSN 19247) to RFC at Ontario, CA Mar 25, 1946.  Mar 29, 1946 registered as 
					PJ-ALE (Dutch Antilles) to KLM West Indisch Bedrijf, name "Ezel" used as cargo aircraft,
					next registered to Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (SLM) as PZ-TAM on Jun 1960, 
					registration cnx Jan 15, 1969, re-registered Feb 12, 1970. Late 70's/early 80's the 
					burned wreckage was at Zanderij (Surinam) having been used for fire practice.
				100785 (MSN 19248) to MASDC Sep 16, 1969
				100786 (MSN 19249) to RFC at Augusta, GA Mar 6, 1946.  To NC54454, PK-SVD, PK-OBJ with Airrfast Indonesia.
					W/o Nov 1982 Pontianak, Indonesia
				100787 (MSN 19250) FLC to Turkey Sep 7, 1949
				100788 (MSN 19251) SOC Aug 13, 1947.  By 1954 was PI-C141 of Philippine Air Lines, later RP-C141.  W/o Panay
					Island Feb 9, 1982
				100789 (MSN 19252) SOC Apr 20, 1948.  To F-AOMU
				100790 (MSN 19253) SOC Aug 13, 1947.  By 1954 was PI-C140 of Philippine Air Lines, later RP-C140.  W/o near
					San Juan, Batangas Jul 24, 1990
				100791 (MSN 19254) to Philippine AF
				100792 (MSN 19255) to reclamation/scrap Jan 8, 1946.  W/o in landing acdident Aug 16, 1946 Itazuke AB, Japan.
				100793 (MSN 19256) delivered Dec. 11, 1943 to Oahu, Feb. 09, 1944 to Manila, July 14, 1947 FLC. 
					January 1952 to CAT as XT-817, then Feb. 1955 to Air Asia/Air America as 
					B-817.  Numerous accidents and incidents and battle damage over the years, all 
					repaired.  Stored in Tainan November 18, 1969 until sold to Khmer Airlines 
					Inc. Phnom Penh, as XU-AAE on August 3, 1973 for $33,000.
				100794 (MSN 19257) condemned salvage Jul 10, 1945
				100795 (MSN 19258) delivered December 13, 1943 to Oahu, On Feb. 05, 1944 to Manila, On July 14, 1947 
					FLC.  To CAT as XT-815. Feb. 1955 to Air Asia/Air America as B-815.  On 
					December 27, 1963 crashed 35 miles southwest of Songkhla, Thailand while 
					flying for the Royal Thai Border Police. Three crew and 9 Royal Thai Border 
					Police passengers fatal
				100796 (MSN 19259) to reclamation/scrap Apr 29, 1948
				100797 (MSN 19260) on civil registry as N2271F with Nevada Airlines.
				100798 (MSN 19261) to excess inventory list Sep 30, 1947
				100799 (MSN 19262) condemned salvage Jun 11, 1945
				100800 (MSN 19263) condemned salvage May 20, 1945
				100801 (MSN 19264, 437th TCG, 83rd TCS) shot down by AAA near Bladel, Holland Sep 17, 1944 during Operation
					Market Garden.  5 crew KIA, plus three children on the ground.  MACR 9903
				100802 (MSN 19265) to reclamation/scrap Apr 10, 1947
				100803 (MSN 19266, 437th TCG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5699
				100804 (MSN 19267) damaged Apr 22, 1945 on landing at Voisins, France.  To MASDC at unknown date. 
				100805 (MSN 19268)  to Spanish civil registry as EC-ASE.  To Spanish AF as T.3-65 with Spanish AF, to G-BFPT.
				100806 (MSN 19269) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-359.
				100807 (MSN 19270) SOC from 700th Support Wing Mar 1956, presumably for
					delivery to a foreign country under MAP.  To Spanish AF as T.3-5
				100808 (MSN 19271) to reclamation/scrap Nov 19, 1947
				100809 (MSN 19272) condemned salvage Jun 27, 1945
				100810 (MSN 19273) condemned salvage May 21, 1946
				100811 (MSN 19274) delivered to USAAF 15Dec43; 8th Air Force, UK 18Feb44; 9th Air Force, Europe; 
					diverted 22May46; Technical and Aeronautical Exploitations, named ‘Nile’; 
					registered SX-BAC; impressed into Royal Hellenic Air Force as SX-BAC; 
					355 Transport Squadron, Elefsis; damaged landing at Konitsa, Greece 10Jul48; returned to 
					Technical and Aeronautical Exploitations; TAE Greek National Airlines 7Jul51; 
					Olympic Airways 1957; Royal Hellenic Air Force 5Jan63 as 19274
				100812 (MSN 19275) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 8, 1945.  To Flying
					Tigers as NC64737, to Air-Lift Co-op Services as VT-CXP, to
					Iran Air as EP-ADL, to Air Service Co. as EP-ADL, Parted out,
					derelict at Tehran, Iran
				100813 (MSN 19276) to RFC at Davis-Monthan AF, AZ Mar 4, 1946. By
					1955 was CF-CRX of Canadian Pacific Airlines
				100814 (MSN 19277) w/o Sep 22, 1945 in takeoff accident Hanau, West Germany. Condemned salvage Sep 24, 1945
				100815 (MSN 19278) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 5, 1945.  To Aerolineas Argentinas
					as LV-ABU.  To Cruzeiro as PP-XEQ, then PP-CDJ.  W/o Sep 12, 1954 when
					it crashed into Guanabara Bay on a go around from an approach to
					Rio de Janeiro.
				100816 (MSN 19279) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 5, 1945.  To NEIAF as 
					DT-984, callsign VH-RCB.  By 1955 was PK-DPD of Garuda Indonesian
					Airways NV.  W/o Nov 25, 1945 Jambi airport, Philippines when overran
				100817 (MSN 19280) to MASDC 
				100818 (MSN 19281) Q/o May 8, 1945 Erdolding, Germany in ground accident. Condemned salvage no battle 
					damage May 10, 1945
				100819 (MSN 19282, 439th TCG) creashed NE of Picauville,
					France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 7133.  4 crew, 14 parachutists killed.
				100820 (MSN 19283) to Imperial Iranian AF in 1957 as 5-10.  To Imperial Ethiopian AF in 1972.
				100821 (MSN 19284) single landmine exploded on aircraft, detonating other landmines on board on ground
						at Fulbeck, UK Sep 2, 1944.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 19, 1944
				100822 (MSN 19285) condemned MIA Mar 24, 1945
				100823 (MSN 19286) to OK-WDP of Czech State Airlines, then to
					French AF as 100823. Now on civil registry as N15MA
				100824 (MSN 19287) w/o May 15, 1945 in landing accident at Risstissen, Germany.  Condemned salvage no 
					battle damage May 17, 1945
				100825 (MSN 19288) operated with 92nd TCS, 439th TCG.  Participated in D-Day operation.  diverted unknown Mar 4, 1946.   
					To civil registry as OY-DDA "Sven Viking" of DDL, sold as N9984F, then by 1954 
					N50V (Piedmont Aviation).  To French Navy Marine National between 1962 and 1984 with code 25.
					Aircraft now at Musée des Troupes Aéroportées (Airborne 
					Troops), Sainte-Mère l'Église in D-Day colour scheme with 
					spurious serial "315159"
				100826 (MSN 19289) SOC Jun 13, 1947.  To Iran Air as EP-AEF.  W/o Mar 17, 1967
					when it struck a dirt mound on landing, forcing the crew to carry out
					an overshoot.  The plane circled the airport for over an hour to burn up
					fuel and made a wheels up landing at Bandar Abbas Airport, Iran.
				100827 (MSN 19290) to Aer Lingus PP-XBA.  Not converted for civil use and sold for scrap.
					Front fuselage converted into a caravan.
				100828 (MSN 19291) to Norwegian AF as 100828, then to Danish AF Oct 1956 as 68-685, later K-685,
					then to civil registry as N3240A.
				100829 (MSN 19292) W/o Oct 30, 1945 Coneo, Italy.  Hit high ground, 15 killed. Condemned salvage Nov 5, 1945
				100830 (MSN 19293) condemned salvage battle damage Jan 5, 1945
				100831 (MSN 19294) FLC to Turkey Dec 27, 1948
				100832 (MSN 19295) W/o May 4, 1944 in landing accident Upottery, UK.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 26, 1944
				100833 (MSN 19296) crashed landing at Orleans France Apr 26, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 28, 1945.  
					I also have it as being SOC Sep 9, 1963 and probably delivered to Laotian AF.
				100834 (MSN 19297) w/o Feb 14, 1944 in force landing at Aguadillo-Borinquen, Puerto Rico. Condemned Feb 15, 1944
				100835 (MSN 19298) to reclamation/scrap Nov 19, 1947
42-100836/101035	Douglas C-47A-75-DL Skytrain
				MSN 19299/19498
				100836 (MSN 19299) to Finland Nov 30, 1948
				100837 (MSN 19300) to Turkey Nov 30, 1948
				100838 (MSN 19301) operated by 439th TCG on D-Day.  To storage at Davis-Monthan AB, AZ Nov 25, 1949.  To Uruguayan 
					AF as G4-511 Dec 4, 1950.  Operated by Transporte Aereo Militar Uruguayo-Tamu/Groupo 4.  Retired Jun 26, 1970.
					Ultimate fate obscure.
				100839 (MSN 19302) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 5, 1945
				100840 (MSN 19303, 439th TCG) MIA Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 11319
				100841 (MSN 19304) condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 1, 1944
				100842 (MSN 19305) to Brazil Nov 1947 as FAB 2053.  To civil registry 
					with Conagra (ConAgra Foods, Inc) as PT-KVL.  B/u and scrapped
					while with Conagra.
				100843 (MSN 19306) condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 9, 1944
				100844 (MSN 19307) to reclamation/scap San Bernardino, CA Oct 30, 1947
				100845 (MSN 19308) to Turkey Dec 27, 1947
				100846 (MSN 19309) to Foreign Lease Command Jun 13, 1947. By 1954
					was OH-LCD of Aero O/Y.  To Finnish AF as DO-8 Jul 1, 1963.   WFU in 1983
				100847 (MSN 19310) used to be on display at Wings of Liberation museum in Best, Netherlands.
					In Aug of 2010, during ground transport to Valkenburg for the musical "Soldaat van Oranje", the aircraft was badly
					damaged while passing under a bridge.   
				100848 (MSN 19311) In crash 5 mi N of Tarifa, Spain Feb 22, 1944. Condemned Feb 15 1944 ??
				100849 (MSN 19312) condemned salvage May 31, 1946
				100850 (MSN 19313) to China National Aviation Corporation Feb 1944
					under Lend-Lease.  Became XT-48 (or XT-T48?), later N8348C
				100851 (MSN 19314) to China National Aviation Corporation Feb 10, 1944
					with fleet number 90.  Crashed in Patkai mountain range
					May 15, 1944, killing all 3 crew.
				100852 (MSN 19315) condemned salvage May 21, 1946
				100853 (MSN 19316) damaged Mar 15, 1946 in takeoff accident at Erangen, West Germany.  
					To reclamation/scrap Germany Jun 9, 1948
				100854 (MSN 19317) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945.  By
					1955 was VT-CYM of Indial Airlines Corp.  W/o Jul 9, 1958 near Dhaka due to structural failure.  3 lost.
				100855 (MSN 19318) wrecked Oct 22, 1950, Brady AB, Japan and DBR
				100856 (MSN 19319) condemned salvage Jan 19, 1945. It was flown by 439th
					TCG, 94th TCS from Upottery Field, England on night of Jun 5, 1944,
					delivering 1st and 2nd batallions of the 506th PIR.
				100857 (MSN 19320) in 1987 preserved at Kulis ANG Base, Anchorage, AK
					although nominally on charge of USAFM.  By 2011, moved to display at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, 
					in front of the 176th Wing HQs Bldg, Alaska ANG.
				100858 (MSN 19321) to CAA Jan 8, 1947
				100859 (MSN 19322) to Turkey Dec 27, 1947
				100860 (MSN 19323) condemned salvage Jun 1, 1946
				100861 (MSN 19324) w/op Jan 26, 1962 in crash 25 mi N of Helena, Montana in snowstorm 
				100862 (MSN 19325) condemned MIA Dec 29, 1944
				100863 (MSN 19326) 99th TCS, 441st TCG) shot down by AAA Groot-Linden, Holland Sept 17, 1944 during
					Operation Market Garden.  Crew 4 KIA.  MACR 10253
				100864 (MSN 19327, 441st TCG) MIA Oct 30, 1944.  MACR 10198
				100865 (MSN 19328) To PH-TCH to F-BCYQ to Armee de l'Air to Burkino Faso AF as XT-MAB
				100866 (MSN 19329) diverted unknown Jul 1, 1946. Registered 25 Nov 1946 as OK-WDQ, Czechoslavakian State Airlines
					 code '17' transfer Dec 3, 1948 to AirForce 'D-28', reregistered year 1957 as '0866'
				100867 (MSN 19330) to Turkey Mar 13, 1949
				100868 (MSN 19331) condemned salvage Feb 15, 1946
				100869 (MSN 19332) diverted unknown Jun 1, 1945.  By 1955 was EC-ACH.  Q/o Oct 28,1957 with Iberia Airlines
					near Tetafe, Spain in flight from Tangier to Madrid due to intense fire in No. 1 engine while en route 
					caused by foreign objects entering from the nacelle.  All 21 onboard killed.
				100870 (MSN 19333, 441st TCG) MIA Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 10697
				100871 (MSN 19334) condemned unknown May 25, 1946.  By 1955 was
					EC-ABC of Iberia.  On display at Malaga airport, Spain.
				100872 (MSN 19335) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 3, 1945.   To civil registry as YV-MC-1, then
					YV-O-MC, YV-0-MC1 of Ministerio de Comunicaciones.
					Now on display at Museum of Transportation, Caracas.
				100873 (MSN 19336) wrecked at Nashville, TN Feb 8, 1944 and DBR
				100874 (MSN 19337) condemned MIA Sep 17, 1944
				100875 (MSN 19338, 315th TCG) MIA Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13386
				100876 (MSN 19339, 439th TCG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 7289
				100877 (MSN 19340) in takeoff accident Mar 11, 1944, Ramsbury, UK.  Condemned Mar 13, 1944
				100878 (MSN 19341) to Turkey Feb 9, 1949
				100879 (MSN 19342, 435th TCG) MIA Sep 19, 1944.  MACR 9919
				100880 (MSN 19343) Delivered to USAAF 29Dec43; 8th Air Force, England 11Mar44; 9th Air Force, Europe; 
					Diverted 18Jun46; ?eskoslovenské Státní Aerolinie 1946; Registered OK-WAA; Reregistered 
					OK-WAT 1948; Armée de l'Air / French Air Force 1Mar60 as 42-100880; CSEM 330 Apr61; 
					EPAS 325, radio call sign F-RHRH Jun61, radio call sign F-RHRC Oct61; Groupe Aérien Mixte 
					d’Outre-mer 50, Ivato, Madagascar Jun65; Stored Châteaudun 1971; Registered F-BRGL; 
					Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1971 as 71273
				100881 (MSN 19344) to RFC at Bush Field Sep 21, 1945.  59 LX-XFW, CP-1418.  W/o Jan 17, 1989 when went
					missing between La Paz and Apolo.  5 on board.
				100882 (MSN 19345) delivered to USAAF Dec 28, 1943 and assigned to 9th AF Troop Carrier Command Feb 1944 and operated 
					by 87th TCS.  used during Operation Elmira, towing gliders on D-Day for 82nd Airborne Division.
					438th Troop Carrier Group, Greenham Common, Berkshire; fitted with model 80 Glider pick-up gear to recover 
					an assault glider from the D-Day landing grounds for refurbishment/re-use in future operations; 
					towed an assault glider in Operation Elmira on D Day (carried soldiers of the 82nd Airborne Division) 
					and re-supply after the landings; recovered WACO assault gliders from Normandy landing grounds July/August 1944; 
					To RAF as Dakota III TS422 Sep 2, 1944 from USAAF stock in UK.   Assigned to No 1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit,
					38th Airborne Forces Group at Netheravon, Wiltshire Sep 2, 1944.  Recovered gliders from Normandy landing 
					grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to 
					Operation Market Garden (Arnhem) and later, in March 1945 in readiness for Operation Varsity, the Rhine Crossing; 
					No.435 (RCAF) Squadron, Down Ampney, Wiltshire August 1945.  To RCAF Apr 1, 1946; Foreign Liquidation Commission; 
					ferried to Canada April 1946; operated throughout Canada in numerous roles, including glider tug, 
					parachute transport, search and rescue and medi-vac (fitted with skis and jet take off rockets), 
					Pilot conversion trainer, Military freighter and troop carrier; operated in the far North of Canada, 
					well above the Arctic Circle using specially fitted sun compass, due to the proximity to the 
					North Pole; SOC 1966;  To civilian registry as CF-KAZ, later as C-FKAZ.  Registered as CF-KAZ Keir Air Tpt Ltd, 
					Edmonton 29Mar67.  Registered to Air Commonwealth Alberta Ltd, Edmonton 1ODec69.  Registered to  Trans 
					Provincial Airlines 20Jul70.  To Laurentian Air Svces 1975.  Trans Provincial Airlines Ltd 1975.
					Reregistered C-FKAZ 1976.  Pacific Coastal Airlines Jul78.  Airwest Airlines Ltd, Richmond May80. 
					Superior A/ws Sep80.  Ontario Central Airlines, Gimli, Manitoba, Apr81.  Ilford Riverton, Dec81.  
					Bearskin Lake Air Service, Dec82.  Cancelled Feb 25, 1985.  To N5831B.  Registration N473DC reserved Aug 2, 2005, 
					taken up Jun 14, 2006.  Currently operated by Dakota Heritage of Liverpool, England painted in original 
					USAAF colors [code 3X-P].
				100883 (MSN 19346) 
				100884 (MSN 19347) delivered to USAAF 29Dec43; 9th Air Force, Troop Carrier Command; to RAF as Dakota III TS423 
					from USAAF stocks in UK.  No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces Group, Netheravon, 
					Wiltshire 2Sep44; recovered gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian 
					and Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem) 
					and later, in March 1945 in readiness for Operation Varsity, the Rhine Crossing; Gatow, 
					Berlin, Germany 20Mar46; Ferranti Flying Unit, Turnhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland 15Aug49; 
					West Freugh, (Ferranti Flying Unit) 31Jan55; Short Bros & Harland Ltd, West Malling Oct67; 
					Marshalls of Cambridge Ltd 14May69; Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough (1978); 
					To civil registry as G-DAKS Sep 14, 1979.   Used in films with various  identities including G-AGHY, KG374, and
					10884.  Became N147DC Mar 12, 1998, owned by Aces High US, Inc of Wilmington, DE.  Arived at Dunsfold Airfield,
					England 2002 and still there Feb 2004.  Seen displayed at IAT Fairford UK 2007 in Invasion stripes.
				100885 (MSN 19348) delivered to USAAF 28Dec43; 8th Air Force 12Mar44; 91st Troop Carrier Squadron, 439th Troop 
					Carrier Group, Belgium;(439th TCG, 81st TCS) lost Sep 19, 1944.  MACR 11179.  SOC Jun 13, 1947
				100886 (MSN 19349) delivered to USAAF 29Dec43; 8th Air Force 25Feb44; 9th Air Force; to RAF as Dakota III 
					TS436 from USAAF stocks in UK Oct 21, 1944. No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces 
					Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire 2Sep44; recovered gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected 
					and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation 
					Market Garden (Arnhem); No.107 (Transport) Operational Training Unit, Leicester East; 
 					Flew into hill 2 mi N of Zeals, Wiltshire after takeoff Feb 19, 1945. Those on board were mostly 
					returning to their base in Leicester, on completion of a course of instruction at Zeals. 
					The aircraft took off in conditions of broken cloud, with some patches down to 100 feet and 
					generally overcast, a westerly wind at 10 mph and visibility of 1 to 2 miles at ground level. 
					The pilot made a quarter circuit of the airfield and then set course to the north-east. 
					Three minutes later whilst flying in and out of the broken cloud and whilst in level flight, 
					the aircraft flew into a clump of 60-foot tall beech trees on top of a knoll. The impact 
					ripped 10 feet off the port wing and the aircraft rolled to port, hit two more trees and then 
					impaled itself on a cluster of four mature trees, caught fire and disintegrated, scattering 
					wreckage over a distance of 300 yards on the far side of the knoll. 21 occupants killed, but pilot
					survived.  Destruction of the aircraft was complete but investigation revealed the engines to 
					have been at a high power setting on impact. The tragic sequel to this loss is that the pilot, 
					who had been awarded the DFC for his gallantry on operations, followed a restless career afterwards 
					leaving and returning to the RAF until finally joining the Foreign Service and being appointed an Assistant District 
					Officer. While on assignment in Kenya, he committed suicide.
				100887 (MSN 19350) delivered to USAAF 29Dec43; 9th Air Force, Troop Carrier Command; to RAF Sep 2, 1944 
					as Dakota III TS424 from USAAF stocks.  No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces 
					Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire 2Sep44; recovered gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected 
					and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation 
					Market Garden (Arnhem) and later, in March 1945 in readiness for Operation Varsity, the Rhine Crossing; 
					No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, Wymeswold 15Dec45; No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 
					Netheravon 26Jul46;  Returned to USAAF Oct 28, 1946.  Foreign Liquidation Commission; Scottish 
					Aviation 28Dec48; registered G-ALYF 6Mar50; British European Airways 31Aug50; Westpoint Aviation 
					Ltd 21Mar61;  - British Westpoint Airlines 12Oct63 "Sir Francis Drake"; WFU 17Oct67; 
					dismantled Prestwick 27Jun67.  Remains destroyed in filmin the movie "Airline" in 1981.
				100888 (MSN 19351) delivered to USAAF 29Dec43; 9th Air Force, Troop Carrier Command; 84th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					437th Troop Carrier Group, Ramsbury, Wiltshire; crashed Godlingston Hill, Langton Matravers, Swanage, 
					Dorset enroute to France 25Jun44 (2KIA); reported as ‘repaired’ and diverted to Britain 14Sep44 as TS433, 
					the assumption being that the wreckage may have been of some use to the RAF.  To G-ALLI BEA "Sir Samuel Instone" 
					30Mar49. To VP-YRX Rhodesian AS Ltd Mar60.  Crashed Salisbury, South Rhodesia 22Nov61.  
				100889 (MSN 19352) delivered to USAAF 29Dec43; 8th Air Force 6Mar44; diverted 31 May46; Foreign 
					Liquidation Commission; Det Danske Luftfartselskab A/S [DDL] / Danish Air Lines May46 for spares.
				100890 (MSN 19353) delivered to USAAF 30Dec43; 9th Air Force, Troop Carrier Command; to RAF Sep 2, 1944 
					as Dakota III TS425 from USAAF stocks.  No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 38th Airborne Forces Group, 
					Netheravon, Wiltshire 2Sep44; recovered gliders from Normandy landing grounds and collected and 
					delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem) 
					and later, in March 1945 in readiness for Operation Varsity, the Rhine Crossing; 
					No.435 (RCAF) Squadron, Down Ampney, Wiltshire; Transferred to RCAF Apr 1, 1946.
 					Foreign Liquidation Commission; ferried to Canada; registered CF-ALL with Ilford Rivenon A W Ltd of
					Winnipeg, Manitoba 23Jan70; crashed Fort Severn, Ontario 26Sep75
				100891 (MSN 19354) condemned salvage Mar 14, 1946.  To Spanish AF as T.3-66 Apr 1966
				100892 (MSN 19355) w/o Dec 6, 1944 Liege, Belgium. Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 7, 1944
				100893 (MSN 19356) diverted unknown Jul 3, 1946.  Also listed as w/o Jun 3, 1944 at Uppotery, UK in
					takeoff accident.
				100894 (MSN 19357) to Turkey Mar 12, 1949
				100895 (MSN 19358) delivered to USAAF Dec43; 442nd Troop carrier Group, Munich, Germany; accident 
					taxying at Munich 27Aug46; 36th Air Base Group, Furstenfeldbruck, Germany; damaged in collision 
					with parked C-47A 43-15045 at Furstenfeldbruck 24Jan49.  Became PI-C183 of Trans Asiatic Airlines
				100896 (MSN 19359, 314th TCG) MIA Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10137
				100897 (MSN 19360) in crashlanding May 3,1 945 Sarregumines, Germany. Condemned salvage no battle damage May 7, 1945
				100898 (MSN 19361) delivered to USAAF 30Dec43; 8th Air Force 9Mar44; 9th Air Force, Troop Carrier Command;
 					Transferred to Royal Air Force 16Sep44 as Dakota III, serial TS432; No.1 Heavy Glider Servicing Unit, 
					38th Airborne Forces Group, Netheravon, Wiltshire 16Oct44; recovered gliders from Normandy 
					landing grounds and collected and delivered WACO, Hadrian and Airspeed Horsa assault 
					gliders to RAF bases prior to Operation Market Garden (Arnhem) and later, in March 1945 
					in readiness for Operation Varsity, the Rhine Crossing; No.1384 (Transport) Conversion 
					Unit 20Dec45; No.1382 (Transport) Conversion Unit, Wymeswold 16Jun46;  Returned to USAAF Mar 19, 1947.
					Foreign Liquidation Commission; Scottish Aviation 20Mar47; Scottish Aviation Ltd; registered 
					G-AJVZ 4Jun47; Air Transport (Charter) "St Saviour" 18Jun48; Lambert Brothers Ltd 14Mar50; 
					Lamberts Trust Ltd 28Jul50; crashed taking off when an engine failed in icing conditions 
					during the initial climb at Ringway Airport, Manchester, UK 27Mar51
				100899 (MSN 19362) to France Sep 8, 1947
				100900 (MSN 19363) to reclamation/scrap at Lawson AAF, GA Jul 8, 1947
				100901 (MSN 19364) damaged May 6, 1945 when crashed on takeoff at Orleans/Bricy landing ground, France.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage May 16, 1945
				100902 (MSN 19365) condemned MIA Jun 7, 1944
				100903 (MSN 19366) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 8, 1945.  By 1955
					was CF-CUC of Canadian Pacific Airlines.  To N141JR.  In storage at Gainesville MAP, TX in 2008.  Seen
					in 2011 at Meacham Vintage Aircraft Museum, used as spares for 41-18590 (N86553)
				100904 (MSN 19367, 440th TCG) MIA Dec 27, 1944.   MACR 11318
				100905 (MSN 19368, 440th TCG) probably shot down by German AAA and crashed near Magneville, France
					Jun 6, 1944 during Normandy invasion.  MACR 6167.  4 crew, 18 parachutists killed.
				100906 (MSN 19369, 440th TCG) MIA Dec 27, 1944.   MACR 11317
				100907 (MSN 19370, 440th TCG) MIA Dec 27, 1944.   MACR 11320
				100908 (MSN 19371) condemned salvage May 11, 1946
				100909 (MSN 19372) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				100910 (MSN 19373, 440th TCG) MIA Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 11314
				100911 (MSN 19374) in takeoff accident Nov 2, 1944 Le Mans, France. Condemned salvage no battle dmage Nov 6, 1944
				100912 (MSN 19375) w/o Jan 5, 1952 when struck by US Navy P2V-2 122443 at Burtonwood, UK 
				100913 (MSN 19376) to Mexico Sep 30, 1947
				100914 (MSN 19377) with 440th TCG lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 8396.  Condemned Jun 6, 1944
				100915 (MSN 19378) diverted unknown Oct 11, 1946.  Also listed as w/o Oct 4, 1946 in forced landing due
					to fuel exhaustion SW of Koge, Denmark
				100916 (MSN 19379, 440 TCG) MIA Dec 27, 1944.   MACR 11325
				100917 (MSN 19380) to reclamation Aug 6, 1947.  Also listed as w/o Aug 9, 1946 Bovingdon, UK
				100918 (MSN 19381) condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 14, 1946.  
				100919 (MSN 19382) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945.  To NC65869
				100920 (MSN 19383) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 28, 1945.  Became
					NC65388, then CC-CLQ, then CC-C-LDM.  DBR at Punta Aernas
					Jul 30, 1962.
				100921 (MSN 19384) to RFC at Walnut Ridge May 17, 1947
				100922 (MSN 19385) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.  To Venezuelan civil registry as YV-AZO of TACA.  
					To Spanish AF as T.3-8 Jun 1956
				100923 (MSN 19386) w/o Mar 30, 1944 Bottesford, UK.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 3, 1944
				100924 (MSN 19387) damaged in accident and condemned Mar 8 1944 in Northern Ireland
				100925 (MSN 19388) to storage at Norton AFB, CA Feb 14, 1951.  To Philippine AF
					Became official plane of the President of the Philippines and belonging to Philippine Air Force  
					crashed on the slopes of Mount Manunggal, NW of Cebu around 0140 hrs  on Mar 17, 1957,  killing 
					Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay and 24 others. Crash blamed on metal fatigue
				100926 (MSN 19389) to reclamation at Bush Field Oct 3, 1945.
					By 1954 was PP-AVU of Empresa de Transportes Aerovias
					Brasil S.A.
				100927 (MSN 19390) 
				100928 (MSN 19391) w/o Apr 8, 1945 at Wertheim Am Main, Germany.  Condemned flak Apr 9, 1945
				100929 (MSN 19392) to reclamation at Lawson AF, GA Jul 8, 1947
				100930 (MSN 19393) Jul 27, 1944 to Government of Portugal as CS-EDB Serial D2.
					Curiously, USAAF records list this plane as having gone missing on the
					same day, so it is possible that it had landed in Portugal and was interned.
					In 1945 to Transportes Aereos de Portuguesa (TAP) as CS-TDA.  Registration
					canceled Sep 1958 and plane went to Mozambique and Government of Mozambique, operated by DETA (Direccao de 
					Exploracao dos Transportes Aereos or Linhas Aereas de Mocambique - LAM)
					as CR-AGB named "GORONGOSA.  In 1971 reverted to Portuguese AF as FAP 6175.  In
					May 1974 abandoned and parted out, derelect Nacatari-Chapa downtown,
					Mozambique.
				100931 (MSN 19394) to civil registry as N56U then C-FJUV in 1986,  As N1944M flew flightseeing tours of
					south central Alaska from 1995-2003 with Era Classic Aviation in fully restored condition.  Currently
					on display as N16005 in Lyaon Air Museum, John Wayne Airport, Santa Ana, California in American
					Airlnes markings.
				100932 (MSN 19395) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 16, 1945.  To LV-XFX, to T-26 FAA, sold to Brazilian Af as TAM-32
					May 31, 1969.
				100933 (MSN 19396) condemned MIA Mar 24, 1945, Operation Varsity?.  Also listed as going to Honduras AF as FAH 305
				100934 (MSN 19397) to N94451
				100935 (MSN 19398) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945
				100936 (MSN 19399) w/o May 23, 1944 in crash 2 mi SE of North Tauton, UK.  
					Condemned salvage no battle damage May 24, 1944
				100937 (MSN 19400) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 30, 1945.  To civil registry
					as NC61190, 4X-AON, Israeli AF, Laotian AF, Cambodian AF.
					To Thai AF Nov 1975 as L2-48/18.  W/o Don Nok Mar 15, 1978.
				100938 (MSN 19401) in landing accident Jun 25, 1945 Tille, France.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 26, 1945
				100939 (MSN 19402) delivered to USAAF, assigned to 440th TCG, flying from RAF Exeter drop the 3rd Bn 506th Prcht Inf on D Day Jun 6, 1944
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 30, 1945.  To Northeast Air Lines reg. NC65390, to Piedmont Aviation, Inc, reg. N46V, 
					to Ozark Air Lines Jan. 6, 1963, as "Cargo-Getter" freighter reg. N163J, sold Aug 1968. W/o Mar. 21, 1970 when 
					operated by S. Bernstein crashed at Melcor Orcampo, Mexico killing both crew. The aircraft was operating an 
					international cargo flight from Laredo International Airport, Texas to Fresnillo Airport.
				100940 (MSN 19403) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945
				100941 (MSN 19404) with Colorado ANG in 1949 
				100942 (MSN 19405) to France Sep 8, 1947
				100943 (MSN 19406) condemned crash landing Jun 2, 1944
				100944 (MSN 19407) w/o Mar 9, 1945 Cairo, Egypt.  Condemned crash landing Mar 20, 1945
				100945 (MSN 19408) to RFC at Augusta, GA Nov 5, 1945.  To NC25507.
				100946 (MSN 19409) to RFC at Bush Field, GA Oct 19, 1945
				100947 (MSN 19410) delivered unknown May 25, 1946.  By 1955 was
					EC-ACX of Iberia
				100948 (MSN 19411) to RFC at Augusta, GA Sep 18, 1945.  To YV-C-AZX, YV-C-TGB, YV-144C
				100949 (MSN 19412) condemned salvage non combat related Aug 27, 1945
				100950 (MSN 19413) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N.  Supplied under MAP Nov 13, 1972. 
				100951 (MSN 19414) condemned crash landing May 14, 1945
				100952 (MSN 19415) to RFC at Bush Field Sep 21, 1945
				100953 (MSN 19416) condemned salvage from enemy action Aug 19, 1946.  Also listed as going to ET-T-5 with
					Ethiopian Airlines and w/o Jul 22, 1948 when overran landing at Gore A/P.
				100954 (MSN 19417) missing Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 12987
				100955 (MSN 19418) to excess inventory list Jun 1, 1946
				100956 (MSN 19419) Delivered to USAAF 10Jan44; 12th Air Force, Algiers, Algeria 10Mar44; 35th Troop Carrier Squadron, 
					64th Troop Carrier Group; Force landed 7Jul44 after engine failure at Catania, Sicily; 
					9th Air Force, Europe; Diverted 29Mar46; ?eskoslovenské Státní Aerolinie 1946; Registered OK-WDE; 
					To Armée de l'Air / French Air Force 1Mar60 as 42-100956; Groupe de Liaison Aérienne 45, 
					Boufarik, Algiers, Algeria Dec60; Groupe de Transport et de Liaison Aérienne 2/60, Villacoublay, 
					Paris Apr64, radio call sign F-RAJV; Stored Châteaudun 1971; Yugoslav Air Force / Jugoslovensko 
					Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JRV) 1971 as 71281
				100957 (MSN 19420) to RFC at Augusta, GA Sep 21, 1945.  Became F-BAXN,
					then to Israel AF as 1405, then 4X-FNB-05.  By Aug 1996 was in the
					Historic Aircraft Collection at Haifa AB.
				100958 (MSN 19421) w/o Sep 2, 1944 Cazka, Yugoslavia in landing.  Condemned missing Sep 9, 1944
				100959 (MSN 19422) ditched when ran out of fuel off Brindisi, Italy Apr 21, 1944.  Condemned ditched Apr 21, 1944
				100960 (MSN 19423) to Turkey Jan 16, 1947.  To Devlet Hava Yollari
					(DHY) as TC-BAL.  Crashed and caught fire on landing at Ankara,
					Turkey Mar 25, 1950.  All 15 onboard killed.
				100961 (MSN 19424) to reclamation/scrap Germany Mar 4, 1948
				100962 (MSN 19425) to France Aug 9, 1947
				100963 (MSN 19426) to Honduras AF as FAH305 Oct 1962.  WFU and derelict at Tegucigalpa Toncontin IHP by 2007
				100964 (MSN 19427) w/o Nov 12, 1944 Watlington, UK.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 12, 1944
				100965 (MSN 19428, 440th TCG) MIA Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 9908
				100966 (MSN 19429) damaged Jan 17, 1951 at Teagu AB, South Korea.  
				100967 (MSN 19430) w/o Aug 22, 1944 Witham River, UK in force landing.  condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 9, 1944
				100968 (MSN 19431) condemned Nov 29, 1945.  By 1955 was VT-AUQ
					of Indian Airlines Corp.  w/o Oct 17, 1965 with Kalinga Airlines in crash while dropping supplies 
					23 mi N of Mohanbari, India.  8 lost.
				100969 (MSN 19432) w/o Feb 14, 1945 near Shingbwiyang, Burma.  Condemned air loss Feb 15, 1945
				100970 (MSN 19433) assigned to U.S. 8th A.F. in European theatre, and after WWII operated in Netherlands 
					and Belgium.  Sold to Devlet Hava Yollari (Turkish airline) on Mar 13, 1947 but never converted for 
					civil use.  In 1956 it was in USA registered as N59U with Beldex Corp. To CF-KCI in Canada on Feb 3, 1959.  
					November 1968 registered as N9434 (possibly re-registered as N943L).  Jun 3, 1970 back to Canada as CF-XPK. 
					In 1976 it was sold to Ontario Central Airlines.  In 1981 the plane was sold to Lineas Aereas Eldorado 
					in Columbia, registered as HK-2665, transferring to SADELCA in 1987.
				100971 (MSN 19434) Operated with 44th TCS, 316th TCG.  Participated in D-Day Operation.  The plane was once 
					the private plane of Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.  Now on display at the
					Aviodrome, Lelystad, Netherlands as  PH-PBA (serial 19434).  The Aviodome was the dome-shaped museum
					at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, which was mofed to Lelystad Airport in 2003 and renamed as the Aviodrome.
					At various times, PH-RLD and PH-TCB have been reserved, but neither was ever taken up.
					Currently (2007) has wings, tail, and engines from 42-23974.  Now airworthy and in flying conditon.
				100972 (MSN 19435) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  Now on display at Charleston AFB, SC
				100973 (MSN 19436) to reclamation/scrap Germany Jun 18, 1948
				100974 (MSN 19437) condemned salvage May 21, 1946
				100975 (MSN 19438) to RFC at Bush Field Sep 27, 1945.  By 1954 was
					PP-ANF of Transportes Aereos Nacional Ltda.
				100976 (MSN 19439) diverted unknown Jun 15, 1946
				100977 (MSN 19440, 440th TCG) MIA Dec 27, 1944.  MACR 11323
				100978 (MSN 19441) to RFC at Bush Field Nov 15, 1945.  To NC56018.
				100979 (MSN 19442) to Imperial Iranian AF May 11, 1949
				100980 (MSN 19443) condemned Aug 6, 1944
				100981 (MSN 19444, IXth Troop Carrier Pathfinder Group) shot down by AAA and crashed at Kortinjen (near Retie), 
					Belgium Sept 17, 1944 while on mission in support of Operation Market Garden.  6 of the 10 pathfinders 
					were able to jump, but 5 crew and 4 pathfinders KIA. MACR 10716
				100982 (MSN 19445) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 2, 1945.  To NC19900, to Bolivian AF as CB-32.  W/o May 28, 1947,
					Mamore.
				100983 (MSN 19446) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 5, 1945.  To Israel AF as 017. By 1954 was
					PP-YPA of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL.  To civil registry
					as N471DK May 5, 2003.
				100984 (MSN 19447) converted to EC-47N from RC-47N .  To MASDC Jun 11, 1965.  To SVAF Nov 3, 1972
				100985 (MSN 19448) to RFC at Bush Field, GA Nov 5, 1945.  Sold to Capital Airlines Feb 9, 1946 and registered
					as N88835.  Crashed during training flight near Clarksburg, MD Jun 22, 1957.  3 killed.
				100986 (MSN 19449) to RFC at Bush Field, GA Nov 21, 1945
				100987 (MSN 19450) to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				100988 (MSN 19451) condemned Aug 8, 1944.  Crashed on takeoff from Kwajalein and landed on
					reef 1 mi N of base.  All 9 on board killed.
				100989 (MSN 19452) to Chinese National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
					Mar 1944 under Lend-Lease.  Became XT-54 (or XT-T54?),
					later N8352C
				100990 (MSN 19453) to China Feb 1944.  Wrecked Mar 7 1944 or Mar 13, 1944 Camaguey, Cuba 
					with Chinese crew and DBR
				100991 (MSN 19454) diverted to WAA Dec 4, 1947.  To NC69007, to Empresa
					Guatemalteca de Aviacion (Aviateca) as LG-APA, later
					registered to Aviateca as TG-APA.  W/o Apr 5, 1962 when
					crashed at Guatemala City, Guatemala.
				100992 (MSN 19455) condemned non combat related Jun 11, 1945
				100993 (MSN 19456) 
				100994 (MSN 19457) condemned salvage obsolete Jul 17, 1947.  To reclamation/scrap Apr 9, 1948
				100995 (MSN 19458) to Royal Norwegian AF as 100995, code "U" Apr 24, 1945. By 1954 was LN-IAS
					of Fred Olsens Flyselskap A/S.  Then PH-SCC, then OO-AVG, then N3433E.
					Noted as N5482U but painted as 43-15732 on display at Rescue Heritage Hall Museum, 
					Kirtland AFB, NM.
				100996 (MSN 19459) W/o Feb 14, 1945 when hit high ground 4 mi e of Oblong, IL, 4 killed.
					Surveyed at George AAF, IL Feb 15, 1944
				100997 (MSN 19460) to MASDC*.  In Jul 31, 1964 to Air International Corp of Miami, FL for refurbishment
					prior to delivery to Jordanian AF.  Feb 1975 to N62443.  Right engine caught fire made emergency
					landing at Heraklion IAP.  After engine replacement, flew to Germany and was put on display at 
					Hermeskeil, Germany
				100998 (MSN 19461) to USAAF, while attached to 318TCS/1PTG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, on Aug 7, 1944 was damaged 
					in a landing accident at Morris Field Charlotte, NC. Next on May 23, 1945 attached to Pope Field, NC, 
					seriously damaged in a take off accident due to mechanical failure at Knollwood, NC.  To 
					reclamation/scrap at Pope Field, NC Jul 11, 1945
				100999 (MSN 19462) to USAAF, while attached to 318TCS/1PTG at AAF Camp Mackall Field, NC, on Sep 30, 1944 was damaged in 
					an accident at Spartenburg Airport, SC. On Sep 9, 1945 attached to 37TCS/316TCG at AAB Pope Field 
					damaged in an accident. Later Jan 18, 1948 when attached to the 122US/113FG at Andrews Field, MD 
					was damaged in a fatal crash landing at Andrews.  
				101000 (MSN 19463) reportedly w/o Apr 24, 1961. 
				101001 (MSN 19464) w/o May 1, 1951. 
				101002 (MSN 19465) 
				101003 (MSN 19466) to excess inventory list Aug 1, 1946
				101004 (MSN 19467, 99th TCS, 441st TCG) shot down by AAA Groesbeek, Holland during Operation Market Garden
					Sep 17, 1944.  Crew 1 KIA, 1 MIA, 3 POW.  MACR 10252
				101005 (MSN 19468) flown on D-Day Jun 6, 1944 to drop paratroopers
					in the Cotentin Peninsula.  diverted to Turkey Dec 18, 1946.  Jan 14, 1958 
					to TC-ART of Devlet Hava Yollari (THY).  WFU in 1968.  To South East Asia
					Air Transport (a CIA front) as N62109 Sep 4, 1975.  Company style registration
					N96AC requested but NTU.  Destroyed in 1987 at HLRA (Airport
					Warehouse 32) at Dahra, Libya
				101006 (MSN 19469) condemned MIA Jun 6, 1944
				101007 (MSN 19470, 99th TCS, 441st TCG) shot down by AAA during Operation Market Garden Sep 23, 1944.
					2 KIA and 3 POW.  MACR 9732
				101008 (MSN 19471) to France Jun 4, 1948
				101009 (MSN 19472) to reclamation/scrap at Lawson AAF, GA Jul 8, 1947
				101010 (MSN 19473) w/o Jun 26, 1945 Houdan, France.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 27, 1945
				101011 (MSN 19474) diverted to unknown Apr 18, 1946.  To OK-WDF; transfered to Czechoslovak AF Jan49 'D-21' 
					W/o 30nov52 near V?esovice. Crew (5) killed
				101012 (MSN 19475) to Royal Norwegian AF as 101012, then to Danish AF Oct 1956 as 68-686, later K-686, then to
					civil registry as G-BLDI, then to N54NA.  Owned by Northern Airways which used it for cargo
					transport in D-day livery.  Crashed on ferry flight Jun 19, 1995 after 5-year standstill.  Lost power
					on number 2 engine and the wrong prop was feathered.  1 person killed in crash.
				101013 (MSN 19476) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  To Frontier Airlines as N64422.
					Acquired by Air Alliance. Sold to CASI Dec 4, 1966, returned to Air Alliance Sep 1, 1972 and 
					leased to Sahakol Air 1973. Returned to Air Alliance by October 1973; noted 
					that month at Darwin, Australia with 'Aereos Timor Internationale' titles. 
					During 1974 and 1975 it was noted with undeciphered titles in either 
					Cambodian or Laotian script; when it was flown out of Phnom Penh under fire 
					in 1975, it wore 'Golden Eagle' titles. Became N1QJ; used for spares by 
					Airfast.
				101014 (MSN 19477) to reclamation/scrap at Lawson AAF, GA Jul 8, 1947
				101015 (MSN 19478) to reclamation/scrap Mar 12, 1947
				101016 (MSN 19479) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 31, 1945.  To LV-XFS, to FAA as T-72 Feb 3, 1947.  W/o Jul 17, 1958.
				101017 (MSN 19480) to reclamation/scrap at Kaufbeuren AFB, Germany Mar 21, 1949
				101018 (MSN 19481) to MASDC Nov 30, 1969.  
				101019 (MSN 19482, 441st TCG) MIA Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 6140
				101020 (MSN 19483, 441st TCG) lost to flak Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13746
				101021 (MSN 19484) condemned salvage Apr 10, 1947.  To I-LALO
					of Linee Aeree Italiane SPA Jul 1948, leased as VP-YXP to Africair, to ZS-EJK Commercial Air services in
					Oct 1965, to Comair and w/o Oct 9, 1982 East Transvaal 
				101022 (MSN 19485) w/o Jul 28, 1944 Grosseto, Italy.  Condemned salvage Sep 6, 1944
				101023 (MSN 19486) w/o May 11, 1945 Merseburg, Germany due to engine failure.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage May 20, 1945.  To reclamation/scrap Mar 2, 1949
				101024 (MSN 19487) in taxi accident Dec 24, 1944 Aldermaston, UK.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 4, 1945
				101025 (MSN 19488, 441st TCG) crashed west of Picauville, France 
					Jun 6, 1944 during Normandy invasion.  MACR 7271.  4 crew, 18 parachute troops killed.
				101026 (MSN 19489, 301st TCS, 441st TCG) shot down by AAA Groesbeek, Holland during Operation Market Garden
					Sep 17, 1944.  Crew 1 POW, 3 returned and 1 ?.
				101027 (MSN 19490) condemned missing Apr 10, 1944
				101028 (MSN 19491) 
				101029 (MSN 19492) diverted to unknown Jun 20, 1946.  To NC20630.
				101030 (MSN 19493) diverted to Army Ground Forces Sep 6, 1945
				101031 (MSN 19494) to Turkey Mar 31, 1949
				101032 (MSN 19495) delivered to USAAF Jan44; 36th Air Base Group, Furstenfeldbruck, Germany; accident taking off at 
					Furstenfeldbruck, 8Mar49; designated VC-47A; 7500th Operations Squadron, 7500th Air Base Group, 
					Bovingdon May52; 47th Bomb Wing, Sculthorpe Apr54; Chateauroux, France; Headquarters Command; 
					used by Embassy Flights; Tananarive, Madagascar; returned to US via Prestwick Jan64; WFU & stored 
					Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.  Converted to VC-47A. Oct 9, 1964 withdrawn 
					and sent to Guatemala under MAP. To N91261 (Ferry reg.), to COCESNA (Corp. Centro Americana de Servicios de 
					Navegacion Aerea) reg. HR-CNA, Reregistered TG-0-CNA, Leased and returned to Aviateca Guatemala as TG-0-CNA. 
					To SAHSA - Servicio Aéreo de Honduras SA, reg. HR-SAZ. W/o Mar 18, 1990 when it was DBR upon landing at 
					Roatan Airport (RTB/MHRO), Honduras, and the aircraft overran the runway and ended up in the sea. Wreck is 
					used for diving tours. 
				101033 (MSN 19496) to N4732S for William G. Luker.  Next as B-929 for Air America it arrived at 
					Saigon on December 01, 1965.  It was shot down by Viet Cong during an approach 
					to landing and crashed approximately 11 miles north of Vi Thanh (V-175), 
					Mekong Delta, South Vietnam on January 14, 1966 at 0740 hours local time.  The 
					pilot and the co-pilot were executed by the Viet Cong, and the kicker was interned, 
					the aircraft was destroyed by ground fire.
				101034 (MSN 19497) condemned salvage Oct 11, 1946.  Reclamation/scrap completed Jan 11, 1947.
				101035 (MSN 19498) to Compagnie Algerienne de Transportes, based in Philippeville Jul 3, 1947 as F-BESS.  CATA was
					taken over by Aigle-Azure Jan 1950.  Aircraft leased to AZI (Aigle-Azure Extreme-Orient). 
					On April 16, 1953 west of Hanoi on a military charted flight to Na San, lost a wing 
					soon after takeoff and crashed. 27 Pax, 3 crew - all fatal.  There is a source which has this aircraft being
					shot down during Normandy invasion with all 22 onboard being killed.
42-101036/101201	Curtiss C-46A-50-CU Commando
				MSN 30491/30656
				101036, 101038/101041, 101043, 101046/101048
					101050, 101055, 101058, 101060, 101067/101068,
					101072,101078/101080, 101082/101083, 101087, 
					101089/101092, 101107, 101114, 101122/101124,
					101127/101128, 101132/101150, 101054/101200,
					delivered as C-46D-5-CU
				101036 (MSN 30491) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.   Diverted to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				101037 (MSN 30492) lost to wash-out Jun 14, 1945.  MACR 14708
				101038 (MSN 30493) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  W/o Dec 21, 1944 CBI.  Condemned salvage Dec 21, 1944
				101039 (MSN 30494) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  W/o Dec 25, 1944, CBI?.  Condemned accident Jan 29, 1945
				101040 (MSN 30495) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Condemned salvage for parts Mar 31, 1947
				101041 (MSN 30496) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  condemned salvage for parts Mar 31, 1947
				101042 (MSN 30497) surveyed at Lowry AAF, CO Mar 30, 1945
				101043 (MSN 30498) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Diverted sold to government of India Apr 10, 1946
				101044 (MSN 30499) to US Navy as 39564 Sep 1944
				101045 (MSN 30500) missing Mar 25, 1946.  MACR 13455
				101046 (MSN 30501) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Lost Nov 24, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 12261
				101047 (MSN 30502) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  To Reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Jan 4, 1947
				101048 (MSN 30503) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  W/o Nov 26, 1944 at Aden airport in takeoff accident.
				101049 (MSN 30504) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 8, 1945.  To N66559 Aerovias Sud Americana.  Crashed near St 
					Petersburg, FL  Mar 20, 1953.  A single engine approach to St Petersburg 
					was being flown, but the aircraft overshot the approach. Full power was added to 
					go around, but plane stalled with the flaps still down, crashing into a wooded area.
					The three crewmembers survived.
				101050 (MSN 30505) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Q/o in landing accdient Jun 30, 1945 Barrackpore,
					India.  Condemned salvage Jul 8, 1945
				101051 (MSN 30506) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945.  To Strato-Freight, Inc of
					Puerto Rico as NC92857.  Crashed into sea 10 km W of San Juan Jun 7, 1949 after
					departing San Juan on flight to Miami.  6 crew, 75 passengers on board, of which 52 passengers and
					one crew member were killed.  Probable cause of accident was loss of power of
					right engine which caused the aircraft to lose altitude and settle into the
					sea because of overloaded condition of the aircraft.  The wrong sparkplugs had
					been installed during maintenance. CAB revoked the license of Strato-Freight
					in July of 1949.
				101052 (MSN 30507) condemned salvage Feb 7, 1946
				101053 (MSN 30508) Daqmaged May 14, 1945 at Luliang AB, China.  Condemned salvage Jan 23, 1946
				101054 (MSN 30509/CU1045) WFU and stored MASDC Jan 1965.  
				101055 (MSN 30510) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Condemned salvage for parts Mar 31, 1947
				101056 (MSN 30511/CU1047) to US Navy as 39570.  To reclamation/scrap at Hickam Field as ZC-46A Jan 7, 1949
				101057 (MSN 30512) Damaged Mar 30, 1945 at Castel Benito.  Condemned salvage Jul 23, 1946
				101058 (MSN 30513) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Damaged Mar 6, 1945 in landing at Darwin.  Condemned salvage Jan 7, 1946
				101059 (MSN 30514/CU1050) to US Navy Sep 1944 as 39567
				101060 (MSN 30515) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  To reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Jun 22, 1948
				101061 (MSN 30516) to US Navy as 39568Sep 1944
				101062 (MSN 30517) missing Jun 30, 1945.  MACR 14689
				101063 (MSN 30518) to reclamation/scrap at Bergstrom AAF, TX Mar 20, 1946.  
				101064 (MSN 30519) condemned salvage Jul 23, 1946
				101065 (MSN 30520/CU1056) delivered to USAAF Sep 1944, USAF rereg. Sep 19, 1947. WFU & stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Jan 1965. 
					Sold ex Davis Monthan minus engines. 
				101066 (MSN 30521) damaged Jun 19, 1945 at Kunming AB, China.  Condemned salvage Jan 23, 1946
				101067 (MSN 30522) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  (200th TCG) lost Jan 19, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 12400
				101068 (MSN 30523) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  condemned salvage Feb 8, 1946
				101069 (MSN 30524/CU1060) to US Navy Sep 1944 as 39580
				101070 (MSN 30525) to US Navy as 39571 Sep 1944
				101071 (MSN 30526) condemned salvage Jan 20, 1946
				101072 (MSN 30527) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Condemned salvage Jun 27, 1945
				101073 (MSN 30528) condemned salvage Jan 23,1946
				101074 (MSN 30529) missing Mar 13, 1945.  MACR 13015
				101075 (MSN 30530) condemned salvage Feb 7, 1946
				101076 (MSN 30531/CU1067) to US Navy Sep 1944 as BuNo 39572
				101077 (MSN 30532/CU1068) to US Navy Sep 1944 as BuNo 39573.  
				101078 (MSN 30533/CU1069) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Government of India bought. Apr. 10, 1946. WFU & stored. Banwari Lai & 
					Company bought Jul 1954, Borges Tillotson Aircraft, Sacramento, CA bought Jul 1954 reg. N68852. Transferred 
					to Borges Dusters Inc. Dec 8, 1955. Accesories Aeronautics bought Dec 1955 reg. XA-LIC. Tigres Voladores SA 
					leased 1956, returned Jul 1975. WFU & stored. 
					Accesories Aeronautics rereg. XB-FIY Apr 6, 1959. Borges Dusters Inc bought. Sep 24, 1961 reg. N68852. 
					Carolina Aircraft Corp. bought Sep 25, 1961, rereg. N218C Mar 5, 1962. Honduras International bought 1962 
					reg. HR-196P. DBR after overrunning runway San Pedro Sula, 
					Honduras May 21, 1962. Three fatal on the ground as well 2 crew fatal.
				101079 (MSN 30534) delivered as C-46D-5-CU.  Condemned accident Aug 25, 1945.
				101080 (MSN 30535) To UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport 19May47
				101081 (MSN 30536) damged Mar 31, 1945 at Benghazi, Libya.
				101083 (MSN 30538) To UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport 19May47
				101084 (MSN 30539/CU1075) to US Navy as 39566
				101085 (MSN 30540/CU1076) to US Navy as 39579
				101086 (MSN 30541/CU1077) to US Navy as 39582
				101087 (MSN 30542/CU1078) crashed Jun 5, 1945.
				101088 (MSN 30543/CU1079) to US Navy as 39577
				101089 (MSN 30544/CU1080) crashed Feb 2, 1945.
				101090 (MSN 30545/CU1081) crashed in water near a Philippine island May 10, 1945.  Crew drifted in their lifeboat
					for one day, and came ashore to be met by the Japanese.  Pilot and copilot were killed, other 2 were rescued
					Philippine guerillas.
				101091 (MSN 30546/CU1082) WFU and store Mar 1949.
				101092 (MSN 30547/CU1083) crashed May 1, 1945
				101093 (MSN 30548/CU1084, 43rd TCG) lost Nov 20, 1944, China.  MACR 19726
				101094 (MSN 30549/CU1085) to RFC.  WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, AR 
					Oct 20, 1945.  Bought by Air Carrier Service Corp in 1950,
					registered as N51585.  Bought by Aerovias Brazil Jul 11, 1951 
					registered as PP-AXO.  Leased by Loide Aereo Nacional
					Jul 1954.  Bought by Paraense Tramsportes Aereos Jan 29, 1959
					registered PP-BTI.  Crashed on road 40 km from Vilhena, Brazil
					Oct 23, 1965.
				101097 (MSN 30552/CU1088) to US Navy as 39581
				101098 (MSN 30553) to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  To 91-1138 with Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  Preserved 
					Hamamatsu, Japan.
				101099 (MSN 30554/CU1090) to US Navy Jul 1944 as 39569. 
				101100 (MSN 30555/CU1091) to US Navy Jul 1944 as 39575
				101101 (MSN 30556/CU1092) damaged Dec 31, 1944 at Casablanca.  To NAfrW 20Oct44; Cairo; Con 23Jul46
				101102 condemned salvage Jul 23, 1946.  Modified postwar by Curtiss-Wright for USAF. Nfd.
				101103 condemned salvage Jul 23, 1946
				101104 (MSN 30559/CU1095) to US Navy Sep 1944 as 39578
				101105 (MSN 30560/CU1096) to US Navy Sep 1944 as 39576
				101106 diverted to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				101107 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 8, 1948
				101108 (MSN 30563) diverted sold to Government of India Apr 10, 1946.  To N75396 Riddle 
					Airlines, lsd fm Airlift (ex Riddle) for Trans Artic Air (AK), lsd fm Airlift by 
					Flying W Airways, to HI-209.
				101109 (MSN 30564) modified post-war by Curtiss-Wright for USAF. To N9343R/PP-NMK [ntu]/CC-CLA-0083/CC-CLA. 
					At Arica, Chile in damaged condition 1973.
				101110 (MSN 30565) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 6, 1945.  To N92853 Jul 7, 1947 with Nenana Fuel Co. (AK), 
					w/o 10 July 1983 
					Tobin Creek, Bettles.
				101111 condemned salvage Jan 7, 1946
				101112 missing Jul 2, 1945.  MACR 14699
				101113 to excess inventory list Aug 1, 1946
				101114 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Aug 14, 1948
				101115 (MSN 30570) diverted to Chinese AF Mar 31, 1946.  To 91-1139 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), 
					withdrawn from use - stored Miho, Japan.
				101116 (MSN 30571) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945.  To N51598/PP-XCT/PP-LDF 26Sep50 /PP-LEO 30Sep58/PP-BTH 7Jan59. 
					Crashed 12Aug65 nr Cuiaba, Matto Grosso, Brasil.
				101117 (MSN 30572) damaged Dec 3, 1944 at Payne Field, Cairo.  Condemned salvage Jan 7, 1946.  
				101118 (MSN 30573) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 15, 1945.  To N51658/HK-158/YV-C-AVB/YV-C-TGI. WFU at Caracas 1975. 
				101119 (MSN 30574) missing Apr 29, 1945.  MACR 14389
				101120 (MSN 30575) to RFC at Ontario, CA Nov 14, 1945.  To N67926/RX-138 [?] LAPSA 1948. To Israeli AF May48. To 4X-ACG. 
					Crashed in the Negev Desert shortly after takeoff from Avraham, Israel 26Jun49 [loaded with land mines].
				101121 (MSN 30576) modified post-war by Curtiss-Wright for USAF. To N5509A/CC-COA-0331/CC-COA.
					On December 17, 1973 as CC-COA for Transportes 
					Aereos Suravia, left elevator separation in flight caused the aircraft to lose 
					control and crash near Aysen, Chile, 3 crew fatal
				101122 to reclamation/scrap Jan 4, 1947
				101123 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Jan 19, 1949
				101124 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 31, 1948
				101125 to reclamation/scrap at Bergstrom AAF, TX Jun 20, 1946
				101126 condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101127 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Aug 14, 1948
				101128 (MSN 30583) to reclamation May 19, 1947.  To UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport 19May47.  
				101129 to reclamtion/scrap at Robins AAF, GA as ZC-46A Dec 16, 1948
				101130 crashed in bad weather Aug 26, 1945 Misarami, India.  Condemned wash-out Aug 26, 1945
				101131 condemned salvage Jul 23, 1946
				101132 w/o Apr 25, 1945, CBI?? Condemned accident Apr 25,1945
				101133 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 23, 1945
				101134 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Jun 22, 1948
				101135 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Aug 14, 1948
				101136 w/o Dec 21, 1944, CBI?? Condemned salvage Dec 21, 1944
				101137 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Jan 15, 1948
				101138 w/o Jul 18, 1945, CBI??.  Condemned combat Jul 18, 1945
				101139 condemned accident Dec 25, 1944
				101140 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 8, 1948
				101141 to reclamation May 19, 1947.  To UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport 19May47.
				101142 to reclamation Aug 12, 1947.  To UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport 19May47.
				101143 w/o Feb 28,1945, CBI??  Condemned salvage Feb 28, 1945
				101144 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 8, 1949
				101145 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Sep 8, 1948
				101146 salvaged Jun 18, 1948
				101147 w/o Sep 13, 1945.  Condemned accident non combat related Sep 18, 1945
				101148 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 8, 1949
				101149 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 8, 1949.
				101150 condemned salvage Feb 12, 1945
				101151 condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946 by Army-Navy Liquidation
					Commission.
				101152 missing Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12026
				101153 in crash landing 4 mi N of Mohambari, India Apr 12, 1945.  Condemned wash-out as C-46A Apr 12, 1945
				101154 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Aug 17, 1949
				101155 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Aug 17, 1949
				101156 condemned accident non combat related Aug 23, 1945
				101157 condemned accident Jan 29, 1945
				101158 condemned salvage obsolete Aug 1, 1947
				101159 w/o Oct 20, 1945.  Condemned accident non combat related Oct 20, 1945
				101160 condemned salvage Feb 7, 1946
				101161 condemned salvage obsolete Jun 9, 1947
				101162 condemned salvage Aug 17, 1947
				101163 to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport 19May47.
				101164 condemned salvage Jan 23, 1946
				101165 condemned accident Jan 21,1945
				101166 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Aug 14, 1948
				101167 diverted to be sold to government of India Apr 10, 1946.  To N75293 10Dec54; N2021A 1955; HK-400. 
					DBF 9Nov64 on take-off at Soledad Airport, Barranquilla.
				101168 damaged May 13, 1945 on landing at Payagy, Burma.  Condemned salvage May 16, 1945
				101169 to reclamation/scrap at Clark Field, Philippines Mar 8, 1949
				101170 condemned accident Jan 4, 1945
				101171 diverted to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				101172 condemned personnel failure Feb 26, 1945
				101173 condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101174 condemned salvage Jan 23, 1946
				101175 diverted to Chinese AF Apr 25, 1946
				101176 condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101177 damaged in landing at Chittagong, India May 23, 1945.
					Condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101178 damaged May 13, 1945 at Payagy, Burma.  Condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101179 condemned salvage Aug 23, 1945
				101180 damaged Jul 7, 1945 on landing at Chengkung, China.  Condemned 
					salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101181 crashed May 24, 1945 45 mi SE of Cox's Bazaar.  Condemned salvage May 30, 1945
				101182 diverted to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				101183 (1st CCS) crashed 20 mi SE of Chihkiang, China Sep 28, 1945.  20 killed.
				101184 condemned Nov 23, 1944 after crash landing at Kano A/P, Nigeria
				101185 crsash landing at Shitshung, China Jul 23, 1945.  Condemned crash landing 
					Jul 25,1945
				101186 condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101187 diverted to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				101188 diverted to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				101189 condemned salvage Feb 8, 1946
				101190 in takeoff accident at Chittagong, India Mar 19, 1945.
					Condemned accident Mar 21, 1945
				101191 condemned salvage Jan 24, 1946
				101192 to excess inventory list Aug 1, 1946
				101193 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 17, 1945
				101194 condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946
				101195 condemned salvage Feb 8, 1946
				101196 to excess inventory list Aug 1, 1946
				101197 in takeoff accident Dec 19, 1944 Yazagyo, Burma.  Condemned salvage Dec 28, 1944 
				101198 left at Karachi Nov 1944.  Sold to government of India Oct 4, 1946. WFU in
					1950 and stored.  Bought by Borges Tillotson Aircraft of
					Sacramento, CA Oct 18, 1954 and registered as N68851.  Bought
					by LDCA (Lineas Aereas del Caribe) of Colombia Jul 1956
					and registered HK-829.  Bought by Trans Chile in 1957 and 
					registered as CC-CND. Bought by Lineas Aereas Sud Americana
					in 1963 and registered CC-CDC.  WFU and stored Miami, FL
					1973.  Bought by Victor Salas in 1975.  WFU and stored
					at Opa Locka, FL 1976.  Bought by Servicios Aeros R. D. of
					Panama and registered HP-977.  Bought by Haiti Air Freight
					in 1986 and registered HH-DGA.  WFU and stored 1990.
					Aug 27, 1991 to Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
				101199 w/o Jul 24, 1945 Mashio, Burma in engine fire.  Condemned salvage Jul 27, 1945
				101200 diverted to Chinese AF Jan 31, 1946
				101201 (MSN 30656) to RFC at Bush Field Oct 23, 1945.  To civil registry as XA-HAM, 
					then XB-JAP, then PP-VCE.  Converted by Varig to Super C-46C.  Now on display 
					at the Museu de Armas e Veiculos Motorizados Antigos Babeduoro, Brazil
42-101202/101235	Curtiss C-46D-5-CU Commando
				MSN 30657/30690.  Originally on C-46A-60-CU contract
				101202 (MSN 30657) diverted to China Apr 15, 1946
				101203 (MSN 30658) salvage Sep 12, 1945.
				101204 (MSN 30659) condemned salvage Feb 8, 1946
				101205 (MSN 30660) w/o Jun 24, 1945, Bajao, Burma.  Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1945
				101206 (MSN 30661) condemned salvage Feb 8, 1946
				101207 (MSN 30662) lost Mar 9, 1945, SW Pacific
				101208 (MSN 30663) in landing accident Jan 14, 1945 Agartala airport, India.  Condemned salvage Jan 26, 1945
				101209 (MSN 30664) w/o Jul 3, 1945, Nanponmao, Burma.  Condemned salvage Jul 6, 1945
				101210 (MSN 30665) crashed Jan 23, 1946
				101211 (MSN 30666) in takeoff accident Mar 15, 1945, Muitche, Burma.  condemned crash Mar 19, 1945
				101212 (MSN 30667) off inventory Aug 1, 1946
				101213 (MSN 30668) w/o Feb 14, 1945 Sinthe, Burma due to structural failure.  condemned due to 
					structural failure Feb 17, 1945.
				101214 (MSN 30669) diverted to China Apr 15, 1946.
				101215 (MSN 30670) condemned salvage Feb 8, 1946
				101216 (MSN 30671) condemned salvage Feb 10, 1946.
				101217 (MSN 30672) condemned salvage Jan 20, 1946.
				101218 (MSN 30673) excess inventory list Aug 1, 1946
				101219 (MSN 30674) w/o Apr 30, 1945, CBI.  Condemned salvage May 3, 1945
				101220 (MSN 30675) crashed 50 mi E of Mengsa, Chia Jul 25, 1945.  Crew bailed out.  Condemned missing Jul 28, 1945
				101221 (MSN 30676) w/o Apr 13, 1945, CBI.  MACR 13835
				101222 (MSN 30677) diverted to China Apr 15, 1946
				101223 (MSN 30678) crashed Aug 14, 1945.  Condemned salvage Feb 7, 1946
				101224 (MSN 30679) sold to India Apr 29, 1946.  To N74847, TF-ALA-C.  Operated by Transportes
					Aereos Bolivar as CP-1267 w/o after accident during initial
					climb-out from La Paz, Bolivia Oct 1980.
				101225 (MSN 30680) condemned crash Aug 14, 1945
				101226 (MSN 30681) diverted to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
				101227 (MSN 30682) excess inventory list Aug 1, 1946
				101228 (MSN 30683) crashed 15 mi N of Budalin, Burma Feb 5, 1945 due to engine failure.  Condemned 
					engine failure Feb 9, 1945
				101229 (MSN 30684) condemned salvage Feb 6, 196
				101230 (MSN 30685) diverted to India Apr 10, 1946.  to N5130B Riddle Airlines, lsd fm Airlift - 
					Trans Artic Air (AK) lsd fm Airlift - Flying W Airways to HI-208 with Argo S.A. in 1976
				101231 (MSN 30686/CU1222) WFU and stored Feb 1946.  To N5131B Jan 11, 1956 owned
					by Florida Aircraft Leasing Corp and leased to Riddle Airlines who bought 
					it on Jan 19, 1959.  Riddle renamed Airlift International Nov 29, 1963.
					Zantop Air Transport leased it on Jul 16, 1964, and bought it Jun 30, 1966.
					Zantop renamed Universal Airlines Sep 21, 1966.  Bought by Aviation Associates
					of Georgia in 1968.  Bought by DSW Inc in May 1969. Bought by Trans 
					Artic Air (AK) Jul 1969.  Bought by Ortner Air Services Sep 1970.  Bought by 
					Plymouth Leasing Company Apr 1973.  Bought by Trans Continental Airlines (Willow Run)
					in 1981.   Bought by Reo Leasing Inc Jan 1982.  Landed at remote illegal airstrip
					in Arriaga, Mexico with a load of contraband and was confiscated.  Handed
					over to Mexican AF as TEC-6047.  Stopped flying in 1989 and decommissioned
					in 1992.  Sold to an American businessman and was confiscated by the airport
					for lack of payment of parking fees.  Sold for scrap Jan 2001 and donated
					by the new owners to the Explora Museum in Leon.  Restored and now displaed
					in one of the gardens of the museum.
				101232 (MSN 30687) in takeoff accident at Sinthe, Burma Mar 9, 1945.
					Condemned accident Mar 12, 1945
				101233 (MSN 30688) sold to India Apr 29, 1946
				101234 (MSN 30689) crashed Mar 21, 1945 40 mi E of Chittagong.  
					Condemned mid-air Mar 24, 1945.
				101235 (MSN 30690) to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  To 91-1140 with Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), 
					withdrawn from use-stored.
42-101236/101465	Vultee A-35B-VN Vengeance 
				Serial numbers assigned for Lend-Lease. Few served with USAAF.
				101236 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB403 Jul 1944.  No record of fate
				101237 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB404 Jul 1944.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				101238 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB405 Jul 1944.  SOC May 10, 1946
				101239 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB406 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				101240 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB407 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				101241 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB408 Jul 1944.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				101242 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB409 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 31, 1945.  No record
					of ultimate fate
				101243 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB410 Jun 1944.  SOC Sep 3, 1946
				101244 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB411 Jun 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 26,1946.  No record
					of ultimate fate
				101245 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB412 Jul 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101246 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB413 Jul 1944.  SOC Dec 9, 1946
				101247 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB414 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101248 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB415 Jul 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101249 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB416 Jul 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 23, 1945.  No record
					of ultimate fate
				101250 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB417 Jul 1944.  DBR when sank back on takeoff from Gosport,
					England Jan 3, 1945
				101251 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB418 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101252 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB419 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 29, 1946
				101253 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB420 Jul 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 30, 1945.
					Broken up at Crail, Scotland Jul 1947
				101254 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB421 Jul 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Feb 27, 1945.
					No record of ultimate fate
				101255 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB422 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101256 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB423 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101257 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB424 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101258 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB425 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				101259 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB426 Jul 1944.  SOC Feb 13, 1946
				101260 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB427 Jul 1944.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				101261 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB428 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947.  May have been loaned to Royal Navy
					and subsequently returned to RAF
				101262 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB429 Jul 1944.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				101263 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB430 Jul 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101264 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB431 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101265 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB432 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947.  May have been loaned to Royal Navy
					and subsequently returned to RAF.
				101266 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB433 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101267 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB434 Apr 1944.  SOC Jun 25, 1948
				101268 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB435 Apr 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101269 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB436 Apr 1944.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				101270 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB437 Apr 1944.  Transfereed to Royal Navy Jul 2, 1945.  No record
					of subsequent fate
				101271 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB438 Apr 1944.  SOC Jan 20, 1947
				101272 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB439 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 26, 1945.  No record
					of subsequent fate
				101273 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB440 Apr 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101274 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB441 Apr 1944.  SOC Feb 20, 1946
				101275 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB442 Apr 1944.  SOC Dec 17, 1946
				101276 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB443 Apr 1944.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				101277 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB444 Apr 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101278 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB445 Apr 1944.  SOC Jan 4, 1947
				101279 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB446 Apr 1944.  Wrecked when struck by Spitfire PM580 while parked
					at Manston, England Apr 6, 1946.
				101280 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB447 Apr 1944.  SOC Aug 1, 1947
				101281 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB448 Apr 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101282 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB449 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Dec 24, 1944, returned
					to RAF Jan 27, 1945 and SOC Sep 21, 1948
				101283 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB450 Apr 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101284 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB451 Apr 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101285 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB452 Apr 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101286 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB453 Apr 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101287 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB454 Apr 1944.  DBR Sep 22, 1947.
				101288 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB455 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 31, 1946.  No record
					of subsequent fate
				101289 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB456 May 1944.  Control lost during low roll and crashed into houses,
					Burton-upon-Trent, England (date uncertain).
				101290 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB457 Apr 1944.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed on landing, 
					Halton, England Nov 30, 1945
				101291 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB458 May 1944.  Damaged beyond repair when bellylanded 4 miles west 
					of Pomigliano, Italy following loss of aileron control Jan 30, 1945
				101292 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB459 Apr 1944.  Struck off charge Apr 26, 1945
				101293 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB460 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Nov 26, 1945 
					(according to RAF records; RN records say September 1945). No record of subsequent fate
				101294 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB461 Apr 1944.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				101295 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB462 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Nov 31, 1945.  No
					record of subsequent fate.
				101296 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB463 May 1944.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				101297 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB464 May 1944.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				101298 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB465 May 1944.  SOC May 30, 1946
				101299 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB466 May 1944.  Missing off Plymouth Sound, England Nov 22, 1945
				101300 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB467 May 1944.  Wrecked when bellylanded at Malpas, England
					following engine failure Feb 15, 1946.
				101301 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB468 May 1944.  Damaged May 15, 1947, subsequently SOC
				101302 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB469 May 1944.  SOC May 16, 1946
				101303 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB470 May 1944.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				101304 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB471 May 1944.  Wrecked when bellylanded on beach near
					Whitstable, England following loss of engine power Nov 22, 1945
				101305 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB472 May 1944.  SOC Aug 1944
				101306 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB473 May 1944.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				101307 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB474 May 1944.  DBR when bellylanded 1/2 mile SE of 
					Pomigliano, Italy following engine failure Apr 2, 1945
				101308 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB475 Jun 1944.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				101309 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB476 Jun 1944.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed on
					landing at North Weald, England Nov 4, 1946
				101310 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB477 May 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Mar 29, 1945.
					No record of subsequent fate
				101311 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB478 May 1944.  Crashed during attempted forced 
					landing ¾ mile north of Clay, England following loss of engine power Aug 28, 1946
				101312 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB479 May 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Nov 27, 1945.
					No record of subsequent fae
				101313 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB480 May 1944.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				101314 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB481 May 1944.  SOC May 16, 1946
				101315 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB482 May 1944.  DBR Jan 13, 1947
				101316 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB483 May 1944.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				101317 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB484 May 1944.  SOC Apr 26, 1945.
				101318 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB485 May 1944.  
				101319 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB486 May 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101320 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB487 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 3, 1946 (according 
					to RAF records; RN records show it arriving at RN Aircraft Maintenance Yard Coimbatore, 
					India Jan 2, 1945).  No record of subsequent fate
				101321 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB488 May 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1946
				101322 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB489 May 1944
				101323 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB490 May 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101324 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB491 Apr 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 2,1946 (according to 
					RAF records; RN records show it arriving at RNAMY Coimbatore, India Nov 2, 1945). 
					Sold for scrap after damage incurred when losing power on takeoff from Trincomalee, 
					Ceylon Aug 28, 1946.
				101325 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB492 Jun 1944.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				101326 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB493 May 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101327 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB494 May 1944.  Not sure if it was ever delivered.
				101328 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB495 May 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				101329 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB496 May 1944.  SOC Oct 14, 1946
				101330 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB497 May 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101331 was to have gone to Britain as HB498 Mar 1944.  To CL-26 in USA Apr 6, 1944
				101332 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB499 May 1944.  SOC Feb 5, 1947
				101333 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB500 May 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101334 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB501 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				101335 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB502 Mar 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101336 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB503 Mar 1944.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				101337 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB504 Mar 1944.  DBR when stalled on approach and crashed
					Cardiff, Wales Jan 15, 1946
				101338 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB505 Mar 1944.  SOC Feb 4, 1947
				101339 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB506 Mar 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				101340 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB507 Mar 1944.  No record of fate
				101341 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB508 Mar 1944.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				101342 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB509 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101343 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB510 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101344 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB511 Mar 1944.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				101345/101384 to Britain Jul 5, 1944
				101345 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB512 Jul 1944.  SOC May 16, 1945.
				101346 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB513 Jul 1944.  SOC Apr 26, 1945
				101347 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB514 Jul 1944.  SOC Dec 18, 1946
				101348 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB515 Jul 1944.  SOC in 1947
				101349 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB516 Jul 1944.  SOC May 16, 1946
				101350 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB517 Jul 1944.  DBR when bellylanded at Hutton
					Cranswick, England after undercarriage jammed Nov 13, 1945
				101351 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB518 Jul 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101352 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB519 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101353 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB520 Jul 1944.  No record of fate
				101354 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB521 Jul 1944.  SOC Aug 21, 1947
				101355 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB522 Jul 1944.  SOC OCt 22, 1947
				101356 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB523 Jul 1944.  SOC Nov 29, 1945
				101357 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB524 Jul 1944.  DBR when bellylanded near Wembury,
					England after running out of fuel Dec 19, 1945.
				101358 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB525 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				101359 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB526 Jul 1944.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1947
				101360 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB527 Jul 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Sep 27, 1945
					(according to RAF records; RN records say in naval hands Jul 1945).  
					No record of subsequent fate.
				101361 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB528 Jul 1944.  SOC Dec 17, 1946
				101362 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB529 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				101363 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB530 Jul 1944.   SOC May 16, 1946
				101364 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB531 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101365 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB532 Jul 1944.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				101366 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB533 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 12, 1947
				101367 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB534 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				101368 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB535 Jul 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				101369 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB536 Jul 1944.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				101370 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB537 Jul 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jan 31, 1946.
					No record of subsequent fate.
				101371 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB538 Jul 1944.  SOC Aug 4, 1947
				101372 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB539 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101373 to RAF as Vengeance IV KG810 Jul 1944.  Sold for scrap Jun 25, 1948
				101374 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG811 Jul 1944
				101375 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG812 Jul 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Oct 31, 1945
					(according to RAF records, RN records say in naval hands Sep 1945).  No
					record of subsequent fate.
				101376 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG813 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101377 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG814 Jul 1944.  No record of fate in RAF hands, Royal
					Navy records show aircraft in their hands by Aug 10, 1945.  No record of 
					subsequent fate.
				101378 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG815 Jul 1944.  SOC Jun 9, 1947
				101379 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG816 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101380 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG817 Jul 1944.  No record of fate in RAF records, Royal
					Navy records show aircraft in their hands by Aug 14, 1945.  No record of
					subsequent fate.
				101381 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG818 Jul 1944.  Transferred to Royal Navy Dec 11,1 945.
					No record of subsequent fate.
				101382 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG819 Jul 1944.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
				101383 to RAF as Vengeance IV HG820 Jul 1944.  SOC Oct 22, 1947
				101384 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB494 Jul 1944.  SOC Aug 9, 1947.
				101385 to RAF as Vengeance IV HB498.  Transferred to Royal Navy Jun 16, 1945.  No
					record of subsequent fate.
				101386 to storage at Phillips AAF, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Nov 29, 1944
				101387 to reclamation at Olmstead AAF, PA Jun 2, 1945
				101388 to storage at Phillips AAF, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Jan 21, 1944
				101389 to reclamation/scarp Mar 10, 1945
				101390 to reclamation/scrap at Orlando, FL Mar 7, 1945
				101391 to reclamation/scrap at Orlando, FL Jul 1, 1945
				101392 surveyed at Orlando AAF, FL Jun 7, 1944
				101393 to RFC at Orlando, FL Feb 1, 1945
				101394 to CL-26 at Memphis AAF Aug 31, 1944
				101395 to reclamation/scrap at Memphis AAF, TN Oct 19, 1945
				101396/101403 to Brazil, 
					101398 I have as being w/o at McCalla Field, Guantanamo with
						305th FRS, 4th FRG Oct 27, 1944.
					101400 I have being w/o in midair collision with 42-101418 at
						Beane Field, British Virgin Islands Nov 2, 1944.
					101403 I have as being w/o in crash landing at Caravelas, Brazil
						Nov 16, 1944.
				101404 to RFC at Cincinatti Feb 1, 1945
				101405/101411 to Brazil
					101407 w/o with 4th FRG in crash landing at Itapenirum, Brazil
						Nov 10, 1944
					101409 I have as being w/o at McCalla Field, Guantanamo
						Oct 27, 1944.
				101412 Lend-Lease to Brazil AF as FAB-01, later 6056
				101413/101416 to Brazil
				101417 to Brazil AF for spares
				101418/101420 to Brazil
					101418 I have as being w/o in midair collision with 42-101400
						at Beane Field, British Virgin Islands Nov 2, 1944.
					101419 force landed due to engine failure at Ampana, Brazil Jul 16, 1944.
						Remained on USAAF charge.
				101421 to Brazil AF as FAB-02, later 6057
				101422 to Brazil AF as FAB-03, later 6058
				101423/101425 to Brazil
				101426 to Brazil AF as FAB-04.  Crashed into Sepetiba Bay, Rio Dec 1, 1944. Would
					have been 6059.
				101427/101434 to Brazil
				101435 to Brazil AF as FAB-05, later 6060
				101436/441 to Brazil
				101442 to reclamation/scrap at Morrison Field, FL Aug 30,1945
				101443 to Brazil Sep 1, 1945
				101444/101461 to storage at Philipps AAF, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Nov 29, 1944
					101446 damaged in landihg accident at Vitoria, Brazil Jul 23, 1944.
				101462 to Brazil
				101463/101465 to storage at Philipps AAF, Aberdeen Proving Gronds, MD Sep 1, 1945
42-101466/102365	Cancelled contract
42-102366/102378	Northrop YB-35
				102366 (MSN 1486) reclamation authorized by Northrop for AMC Mar 1, 1950
				102367 (MSN 1487) converted to YB-49. Reclamation authorized by Northrop; for AMC Jun 28, 1950
				102368 (MSN 1488) converted to YB-49.  Crashed in southern California
					desert Jun 5, 1948.  Reclamation authorized by Northrop;
					for AMC; 6 Dec 1948
				102369/102375 (MSN 1489/1495) redesignated YB-35B May 1, 1949 but scrapped before flying
				102376 (MSN 1496) redesignated YB-35B May 1, 1949.  Later converted to YRB-49A
				102377 (MSN 1497) and 102378 (MSN 1498) redesignated YB-35B 1 May 1949 but scrapped before flying
42-102379/102543	Boeing B-17G-50-BO Fortress
				MSN 7881/8045
				102379 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 20, 1945
				102380 condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 15, 1945
				102381 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Apr 2, 1946
				102382 (483rd BG, 817th BS) lost Jul 18, 1944, Germany. MACR 6977
				102383 to RFC at Altus Nov 15, 1945
				102384 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Jan 4, 1946
				102385 surveyed at Dyersburg AAF, TN Mar 23, 1944
				102386 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				102387 to reclamation/scrap at Hill Field, UT Oct 9, 1946
				102388 (483rd BG, 815th BS) MIA Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 11543
				102389 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Nov 1, 1945
				102390 condemned salvage from enemy action Oct 31, 1945
				102391 (398th BG, 601st BS) lost Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 5998
				102392 (91st BG, 401st BS) MIA May 1, 1944.  MACR 4465
				102393 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 27, 1945
				102394 (401st BG, 614th BS) MIA Aug 24, 1944
				102395 (447th BG, 711th BS) missing May 12, 1944.  MACR 4771
				102396 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 10, 1945
				102397 (452nd BG, 729th BS) MIA Jan 17, 1945.  MACR 11794
				102398 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 17, 1945
				102399 to reclamation at Biggs Field, TX Dec 16, 1944
				102400 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 17, 1945
				102401 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 25, 1945
				102402 (384th BG, 547th BS) shot down by fighter May 22, 1944 on mission to Kiel, Denmark and later
					crashed at Rethwischfeld, Germany.  MACR 4954. 8 POW, 1 died of injuries.
				102403 condemned MIA Aug 3, 1944
				102404 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Jan 7, 1946
				102405 (94th BG, 332nd BS) crashed near Coopers Farm, Lawshall,
					Suffolk during training flight Apr 23, 1944.  9 killed,
					2 parachuted to safety.  Condemned salvage battle damage Apr 24, 1944
				102406 (483rd BG, 817th BS) MIA May 7, 1944.  MACR 4924
				102407 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 18, 1945
				102408 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 19, 1945
				102409 to reclamation/scrap at Admore AAF, OK as TB-17G Jan 3, 1946
				102410 crashed Sep 24, 1944 at Ardmore AAF, OK.  3 died parachuting, plane
					exploded on impact.  Blown cylinder, fire on landing approach.
				102411 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Miss Lace") condemned salvage battle damage Mar 18, 1945.  
					Also listed as being left in Poland Mar 18, 1945 and turning up in the USSR
				102412 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 17, 1945
				102413 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 14, 1945
				102414 condemned Sep 19, 1944
				102415 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 10, 1945
				102416 damaged in bellylanding Apr 20, 1944.  With 100th BG, 349th BS, MIA Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 7837
				102417 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 18, 1945
				102418 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 14, 1945
				102419 (710 BS, 447 BG) midair fire Jun 28, 1944.
					Crew bailed out OK.
				102420 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 19, 1945
				102421 (447th BG, 709th BS) lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4254
				102422 (483rd BG, 816th BS) lost Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7098
				102423 (381th BG, 533rd BS) shot down by AAA July 31, 1944, Germany.  MACR 7742
				102424 (92nd BG, 325th BS, "El Lobo") ditched at sea Oct 5, 1944.  MACR 9347
				102425 (483rd BG) lost Jul 15, 1944, Adriatic.  Also listed as going to RFC at Walnut Ridge
					Aug 21, 1945
				102426 (92nd BG, 407th BS, 'Kidley Divey') shot down by fighters over Helfta, Germany Sep 11, 1944.  
					MACR 8891.  7 KIA, 3 POW
				102427 condemned salvage battle damage Nov 14, 1944
				102428 surveyed at Dyersburg AAF, TN Apr 27, 1944
				102429 (483rd BG, 840th BS) MIA Jul 15, 1944.  MACR 6955
				102430 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Spam-O-Liner*) transferred to Istres after the war.
				102431 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 21, 1945
				102432 (303rd BG, 427th BS) MIA Aug 15, 1944.  MACR 8438
				102433 condemned salvage no battle damage May 24, 1944
				102434/102439 to RAF as Fortress III HB783/HB788
					102434 delivered Cheyenne Mar 3, 1944, to Dorval (Montreal) Mar 10, 1944.  Assigned to RAF as HB783.
						Transferred to USAAF Mar 26, 1944 in UK to 561st BS/388th BG at Knettishall, named "Revel's Revenge".
						Damaged Sep 28, 1944 during mission to Merseburg, Germany.  Force-landed at
						Lesvillette, Belgium and w/o.  MACR 9379
					102435 delivered Cheyenne Mar 3, 1944.  To Dorval (Montreal) Mar 10, 1944.  Assigned to RAF as HB784.
						Transferred to USAAF Mar 31, 1944 in UK to 561st BS/388th BG at Knettishall.
						Lost on mission to Munich, German Jul 31, 1944.  MACR 7746
					HB785 (42-102436) to 214 Sqdn at Sculthorp.  Lost Mar 21, 1945
					HB786 (42-102437) delivered to RAF 247 Group in Azores, later tranferred to USAAF. SOC Jun 21, 1947.
					HB787 (42-102438) to 214 Sq.  Crashed on approach to Foulsham, UK Nov 16, 1944.
					HB788 (42-102439) to 214 Sq.  Missing Nov 6/7, 1944 during mission to Gravenhorst.  10 killed.
				102440 (390th BG, 568th BS) MIA May 28, 1944.  MACR 5254
				102441 (447th BG, 711th BS) lost to enemy operations Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9764
				102442 (384th BG, 545th BS) crashed in England Jul 7, 1944
				102443 surveyed at Sioux City, Iowa Oct 22, 1944
				102444 (96th BG, 339th BS) MIA May 8, 1944.  MACR 4573
				102445 (398th BG, 601st BS) MIA Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 7217
				102446 (384th BG, 545th BS, *Little Chub*) while en route to Oberpfaffenhofen Apr 24, 1944 was 
					badly shot up by German fighters over Stuttgart.  Headed for Switzerland and set on fire 
					by fire from Swiss AF Bf 109s (owing to damage the B-17 was only able to turn in one 
					direction, so the Swiss pilots thought its crew were deliberately ignoring their 
					instructions).  Ditched in the Grafenzee; six crew died, four survived.  MACR 4347
					Aircraft raised Jul 9, 1953 (by same man who raised 42-38160) and exhibited at 
					Maur until end of year, then moved to Zurich and scrapped a year later.
				102447 (95th BG, 334th BS, "El's Belles") to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 25, 1945
				102448 (384th BG, 545th BS) lost Apr 29, 1944 on mission to Berlin, Germany.  MACR 4242
				102449 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 18, 1945
				102450 (95th BG, 336th BS, "Paisano") MIA Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12889
				102451 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945.  There is MACR 4574 dated May 8, 1944.
				102452 delivered Cheyenne Mar 4, 1944, to Kearney Mar 22, 1944, to Grenier Apr 5, 1944.
					Assigned 337th BS, 96th BG at Snetterton Apr 7, 1944.  In midair collision with 42-97382 and
					crashed near Wehrheim, 12 mi N of Frankfurt, Germany May 12, 1944.  MACR 4862.  2 KIA, 8 POW. 
					There is a report that this plane went to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945.  
				102453 delivered Cheyenne Mar 4, 1944.  To Kearney Mar 22, 1944, to Grenier Apr 6, 1944.
					Assigned to 303rd BG, 358th BS at Apr 30, 1944 Molesworth and named "Princess Pat".  Landing accident
					on return from mission Jul 15, 1944.  Condemned AAA Jun 25,1944
				102454 (96th BG, 413rd BS) MIA Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9353
				102455 (95th BG, 335th BS, "Screaming Eagle/Lucky Lady") condemned salvage no battle damage May 31, 1944
				102456 condemned salvage battle damage Oct 11, 1944
				102457 (94th B4, 410th BS, *Gloria*) interned in Switzerland July 12, 1944.  MACR 7510.
					Returned Sep 15, 1945.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				102458 condemned salvage battle damage May 5, 1944
				102460 to reclamation/scrap at Rapid City, SD May 1,1945
				102461 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102462 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102463 (398th BG, 601,602 BS) shot down over Cornebarrieu, France Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6220
				102464 (457th BG, 750th BS) damaged by flak Jun 14, 1944 on mission
					to Le Bourget.  Crew all bailed out.  MACR 5805
				102465 (385th BG, 551st BS, "Wee Willie Wilber') condemned salvage battle damage Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 9525
				102466 surveyed at Rapid City, SD Jun 17, 1944
				102467 (398th BG, 600th BS) MIA Aug 6, 1944.  MACR 7886
				102468 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 5, 1945
				102469 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 10, 1945
				102470 (351st BGm 508th BS) shot down by fighters May 27, 1944 on mission to Ludwigshafen.  MACR 5325
				102471 (447th BG, 710th BS) MIA Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8924
				102472 condemned salvage Jun 24, 1944
				102473 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Nov 13, 1945
				102474 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Jul 4, 1946
				102475 (96th BG, 338th BS) MIA May 27, 1944. MACR 5162
				102476 (398th BG, 603rd BS) lost Jul 16, 1944, Germany.  MACR 7242
				102477 surveyed at Sioux City, Iowa Aug 9, 1944
				102478 (351st BG, 510th BS) shot down by AAA Jun 14, 1944 on mission to to Le Bourget.  MACR 5798
				102479 (447th BG, 708th BS) lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4255
				102480 condemned salvage no battle damage May 5, 1944
				102481 (385th BG, 550th BS, 'Kentucky Winner') MIA Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13141
				102482 delivered Cheyenne Mar 7, 1944, to Great Island Mar 29, 1944, to Dow Field Apr 7, 1944.  Assigned
					to 339th BS, 96th BG at Snetterton Apr 8, 1944.  Shot down by enemy aircraft on mission to Berlin 
					May 8, 1944.  MACR 4575.  Crashlanded 2 mi W of Wolfenbuettel, 9 my S of Brunswick, Germany.  3 KIA, 7 POW
				102483 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 25, 1945
				102484 (303rd BG, 359th BS, "Heller's Angels") Shot down by German fighter Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 11201.  3 crew KIA,
					6 POW.
				102485 (388th BG, 562nd BS) crashed in Groenekan, Holland May 28, 1944.   3 KIA, 7 POW
				102486 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 2, 1945
				102487 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 4, 1945
				102488 lost on ferry flight North Atlantic Apr 9, 1944.
				102489 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102490 (91st BG, 323rd BS, "Wicked Witch") shot down over Nuremberg
					 Feb 20, 1945.  MACR 12556
				102491 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 21, 1945
				102492 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 11, 1945
				102493 (388th BG, 561st BS, "Inside Man") damaged by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Repaired 
					and transferred.  Abandoned in France Nov 10, 1944. To 2nd BG, 49th BS.  RAF record
					card for Halifax JP224 says that this Halifax was struck while parked and w/o at Aemdola, Italy Feb 5, 1945 
					by this B-17.  
				102494 (447th BG, 708th BS) MIA May 24, 1944.  MACR 5249
				102495 condemned salvage from enemy action Oct 20, 1945
				102496 (303rd BG, 359th BS "Special Delivery" aka "Big A Bird & B.A.B")
					crashlanded Sep 18, 2944. Condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 21, 1944
				102497 (487th BG, 836th BS) MIA Dec 24, 1944.  MACR 12177.
				102498 (398th BG, 600th BS) MIA May 30, 1944.  MACR 5312
				102499 452nd BG, 728th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing on ground at
					Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned enemy action destroyed on ground Jul 2, 1944.
				102500 (384th BG, 546th BS) salvaged Jan 1, 1945
				102501 (384th BG, 546th BS, *The Challenger*) MIA Feb 3, 1945 on mission to Berlin.
				102502 (96th BG, 339th BS) MIA Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 8283
				102503 (306th BG, 423rd BS) lost Sept 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8835
				102504 (91st BG, 401st BS) shot down by flak Apr 8,1945.  MACR 14295
				102505 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				102506 condemned missing operational flight Feb 23, 1945
				102507 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 14, 1945
				102508 (398th BG, 603rd BS) MIA  Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 7219
				102509 (401st BS, 91st BG, *The Liberty Run* shot down by AAA over Leipzig,
					Germany Jul 20, 1944.  Crew POW.  MACR 7274
				102510 to reclamation/scrap at Memphis AAF, TN Jan 28, 1947
				102511 (398th BG, 602nd BS) shot down by flak over Scheuring
					during mission to Lechfeld Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 7544.  All crew KIA.
				102512 (381st BG, 534th BS, "She Has To") to Kingman AZ Dec 4, 1945.
				102513 condemned salvage Dec 22, 1944
				102514 (452nd BG) destroyed by enemy bombing on ground at Poltava,
					Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned salvage enemy action destroyed on ground Jul 2, 1944
				102515 (96th BG, 338th BS) shot down over le Manior, France Aug 13, 1944.  Also
					have MACR 5163 which has this ploane being lost May 27, 1944 with 96th BG, 338th BS.
				102516 (398th BG, 601st BS) shot down on 34th combat mission
					Aug 13, 1944 in France.  MACR 7910.  EAA B-17G 44-85740
					is painted in the colors of this ship
				102517 to reclamation/scrap at March Field, CA Jun 19, 1947
				102518 condemned salvage from enemy action Oct 31, 1945
				102519 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 28, 1945
				102520 (94th BG, 332nd BS) lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4468
				102521 to reclamation/scrap at Patterson AAF, OH May 24, 1946
				102522 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5,1945
				102523 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 16, 1945
				102524 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 20, 1945
				102525 (96th BG, 338th BS) MIA May 8, 1944.  MACR 4576
				102526 (390th BG, 571st BS) lost Apr 29, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4245
				102527 (91st BG, 322nd BS) MIA Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 5983
				102528 (100th BG, 350th BS) MIA May 24, 1944.  MACR 5169
				102529 to RFC at Altus Nov 5, 1945
				102530 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 10, 1945
				102531 (96th BG, 338th BS) MIA Nov 10, 1944. MACR 10358
				102532 (390th BG, 570th BS) MIA May 19, 1944.  MACR 4935
				102533 (390th BG, 568th BS) MIA Jul 13, 1944.  MACR 7494
				102534 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102535 (452nd BG, 729th BS) lost Jul 31, 1944, Germany.  MACR 7751
				102536 condemned salvate battle damage Dec 24, 1944
				102537 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 7, 1945
				102538 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AAF as TB-17G Nov 4,1948
				102539 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 19, 1945
				102540 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 12, 1945
				102541 (452nd BG, 728th BS, 'Aint Misbehavin II') hit by AAA after returning from mission over
					Corme Ecluse, Bordeaux, France Jun 19, 1944 without dropping bombs.
					On returning to England, this plane neared Wattisham Air Base (Station
					F377) with two engines out.  On approach a third engine quit and the
					plane crashed on private property 50 yds short of the base.  After the
					crew safely evacuated the plane, the bombs exploded.  
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 21, 1944.
				102542 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945.  To American Legion
					Sioux City, IA in 1946 named Sioux City Sue and preserved
					as memorial at Sioux City AP.  To civilian market with
					Lysdale Flying Service of St Paul, NN Aug 1952 as N5845N.  
					Subsequently to Aero Service Copr and crashed ca 1958.  Registration cancelled Oct 23, 1959
				102543 (398th BG, 602nd BS) MIA Oct 28, 1944.  MACR 10176
42-102544/102743	Boeing B-17G-55-BO Fortress
				MSN 8046/8245
				102544 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Sack Time") MIA Apr 17, 1945.  MACR 14168
				102545 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22, 1945
				102546 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 12, 1945
				102547 (306th BG, 367th BS, *Rose of York*) named by Princess
					Elizabeth (now Queen Elizabeth II) at Thurleigh
					Jul 6, 1944.  The original name was ‘Princess Elizabeth’, later 
					‘The Princess’ before becoming ‘Rose of York’ when christened 
					by Princess Elizabeth. There were concerns of adverse publicity 
					if the aircraft were shot down over Germany.
					Two engines damaged by flak on mission to
					Berlin Feb 3, 1945.  Last seen over North Sea.  All 
					occupants (including a BBC reporter) MIA and presumed
					killed.  MACR 12283
				102548 (384th BG, 547th BS) lost May 13, 1944, Poland.  MACR 4814
				102549 (390th BG, 569th BS) MIA Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7822
				102550 (326 Base Unit) w/o in crashlanding at Morris Field, NC Nov 29, 1944.
					To reclamation/scrap at Morris Field Feb 17, 1945.
				102551 condemned missing operational flight Nov 26, 1944
				102552 (96th BG, 339th BS) MIA Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 5917
				102553 condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 27, 1944
				102554 (96th BG, 338th BS) MIA Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10416
				102555 condemned MIA Feb 3, 1945
				102556 to Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD Jul 7, 1946
				102557 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 10, 1945
				102558 condemned salvage battle damage Aug 15, 19455
				102559 condemned salvage battle damage Feb 26, 1945
				102560 (95th BG, 334th BS, "The Thomper") MIA Nov 30, 1944.  MACR 10840
				102561 (96th BG, 337th BS) MIA May 27, 1944.  MACR 5164
				102562 (398th BG, 603rd BS) MIA Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10157
				102563 (305th BG, 364th BS) missing Nov 9, 1944.  MACR 11653
				102564 to CL-26 at MacDill AAF, FL May 10, 1944
				102565 (398th BG, 601st BS) MIA Nov 26, 1944.  MACR 11147
				102566 condemned salvage battle damage Nov 22, 1944
				102567 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 1, 1945
				102568 condemned salvage Oct 28, 1944
				102569 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 9, 1945
				102570 condemned salvage Oct 27, 1944
				102571 (96th BG, 339th BS) MIA May 12, 1944.  MACR 4863
				102572 (452nd BG, 728th BS) MIA May 27, 1944.  MACR 5301
				102573 96th BG, 338th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava,
					Russia Jun 22, 1944.  Condemned enemy action destroyed on ground Jul 1, 1944
				102574 condemned MIA Jul 8, 1944
				102575 condemned salvage battle damage Aug 26, 1944
				102576 (351st BG) crashed at Polebrook Dec 9, 1944 when pilot forgot to lower landing
					gear and salvaged.
				102577 (94th BG, 331st BS) MIA Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10307.
				102578 (381st BG, 532nd BS, "We Promised") flown to Lubboch, TX Jun 7, 1946.  To reclamation/scrap at South Plains same day.
				102579 (398th BG, 603rd BS) MIA Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 7823
				102580 condemned enemy operations Jun 29, 1944
				102581 condemned enemy operations May 28, 1944
				102582 (02 CBW, "Canvas Back III") damaged by flak Aug 3, 1944.
				102585 (381st BG, 534th BS, *The Betty L*) shot down by AAA Jours, France Jun 24, 1944.
				102587 (452nd BG) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.
				102588 converted to B-17H.  Quoted by Air-Britain as TB-17G assigned to 1377th BU Westover AFB, Massachusetts.
					Redesignated SB-17G Jun 6, 1949.  Assigned 6th ARS, Keflavik, Iceland by Mar 19, 1951.
					Assigned to AMC, Olmsted AFB, Pennsylvania Mar 8, 1951.
				102590 (381st BG, 535th BS, *In Like Errol*) shot down by AAA Syke, Germany Mar 30, 1945.
				102591 condemned Jun 7, 1944
				102592 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 28, 1945
				102593 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 5, 1945
				102594 (390th BG, 570th BS) MIA Sep 9, 1944.  MACR 8916
				102595 (303rd BG, 427th BS, "Little Tush") in crash landing
					Aug 14, 1944.  Condemned salvage battle damage Aug 15, 1944
				102596 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				102597 (398th BG, 602nd BS, "Stinker") shot down by Bf110 Sep 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8917.  Copilot survived
					and was rescjued by Swedish fishing boat.  Bodies of pilot and navigator recovered and buried in Sweden.
					Wreckage discovered in Baltic Sea off Trelleborg, Sweden.
				102598 condemned salvage battle damage Jul 30, 1944
				102599 (398th BG, 600th BS) lost Jul 16, 1944, Achenwald, Austria.  MACR 7564
				102600 (398th BG, 603rd BS) MIA Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 11212
				102601 (384th BG, 546th BS) crashlanded in France Sep 10, 1944
				102602 (305th BG, 366th BS) MIA Aug 24, 1944.  MACR 8206.
				102603 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 23, 1945
				102604 condemned missing operational Jan 11, 1945
				102605 condemned salvage battle damage Jul 6, 1944
				102606 (385th BG, 550th BS, 'Curley's Kids') MIA Jul 12, 1944.  MACR 7489
				102607 (398th BG, 601st BS) MIA Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9382
				102608 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 6, 1945
				102609 condemned salvage battle damage Aug 17, 1944
				102610 (398th BG, 602nd BS) MIA Dec 30, 1944.  MACR 11243
				102611 (100th BG, 350th BS) missing Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6993
				102612 (96th BG, 339th BS) MIA Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 5897.
				102613 (351st BG, 508th BS) shot down by fighters May 27, 1944 on mission to Ludwigshafen.  MACR 5324.
				102614 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 1,1945
				102615 (452nd BG, 728th BS, *Forbidden Fruit II*) hit prop wash while forming, spun in
					and crashed over Tibenham, UK Feb 17, 1945.  6 killed, 2 bailed out.
				102616 (94th BG, 410th BS) MIA Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9558
				102617 (384th BG, 544th BS) salvaged Aug 4, 1944
				102618 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102619 condemned salvage battle damage Aug 9, 1944
				102620 (384th BG, 546th BS) salvaged May 14, 1945
				102621 condemned salvage battle damage Aug 1, 1944
				102622 (452nd BG) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned enemy action 
					destroyed on ground Jul 2, 1944
				102623 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Jan 8, 1946
				102624 (100th BG, 349th BS) MIA May 24, 1944.  MACR 5170
				102625 (96th BG, 337th BS, "All American Girl") destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.
					Condemned enemy action destroyed on ground Jul 1, 1944
				102626 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				102627 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 6, 1945
				102628 (379th BG, 526th BS) MIA Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 5989
				102629 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102630 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22,1945
				102631 condemned salvage battle damage Aug 10, 1944
				102632 (447th BG, 708th BS) MIA Aug 27, 1944.  MACR 8458
				102633 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				102634 condemned missing enemy operation Nov 29, 1944
				102635 (100th BG, 349th BS) MIA May 24, 1944.  MACR 5171
				102636 (385th BG, "Sleepytime Gal") to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 27, 1945
				102637 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102638 (447th BG, 711th BS) lost May 13, 1944, Germany.  MACR 4772
				102639 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102640 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102641 (339th BS, 96th BG) destroyed on ground by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.
					Condemned Jul 1, 1944.
				102642 temporarily used for clandestine operations as NC10029.  Condemned salvage Mar 30, 1945
				102643 (92nd BG, 326th BS) MIA Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 7356.
				102644 surveyed at Hunter Field, LA Apr 27, 1944.
				102645 (305th BG, 365th BS) MIA Aug 9, 1944.  MACR 8067
				102646 (96th BG, 337th BS) MIA Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 10415
				102647 delivered Cheyenne Mar 23, 1944, Hunter Apr 9, 1944, to Dow Field Apr 19, 1944.  Assigned
					to 613rd BS, 401th BG at Deenethorpe May 24, 1944.  (401st BG, 615th BS, "BTO of ETO") MIA 
					on mission to Dessau and crashed Niemeck, 7 mi W of Treuenbrietzen, Germany May 28, 1944.  MACR 5305.  
					5 KIA, 5 POW.
				102648 (100th BG, 349th BS) shot down near Sufeld, Germany on mission to Berlin May 24, 1944.  MACR 5172
				102649 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 16, 1945
				102650 (452nd BG) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.  Condemned enemy action on 
					ground Jul 2, 1944
				102651 (447th BG, 710th BS, *Piccadilly Ann II*) interned in Switzerland Jul 11, 1944. MACR 6937 
					Returned Sep 11, 1945.
				102652 (447th BG, 708th BS) MIA Jun 29, 1944.  MACR 6729
				102653 96th BG, 339th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing on ground at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.  Condemned 
					enemy action on ground Jul 1, 1944
				102654 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 14, 1945
				102655 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102656 condemned salvage from enemy actin Oct 31, 1945
				102657 (100th BG, 350th BS) shot down by fighters Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8820
				102658 (447th BG, 708th BS) MIA Dec 6, 1944.  MACR 11052
					Wing and nose section recovered  1980:Belterwiede, Netherlands
				102659 condemend salvage battle damage Jan 10, 1945
				102660 condemned salvage Dec 28,1944
				102661 condemned salvage from enemy action Nov 6, 1945
				102662 (452nd BG, 728th BS) MIA Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 6239
				102663 (381st BG, 534th BS, *Yardbird*) flown to Kingman, AZ Dec 13, 1945.  To RFC Dec 31, 1945.
				102664 (381st BG, 532nd BS, *Happy Botton*) ditched in English Channel Jul 16, 1944.
				102665 (452nd BG, 730th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.  Condemned 
					salvage battle damage Jul 16, 1944
				102666 (388th BG, 562nd BS, "Wizard of Oz") destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. 
					Condemned enemy action destroyed on ground Jul 2, 1944
				102667 (100th BG, 351st BS) MIA Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7814
				102668 (447th BG, 710th BS, 'Cock Of the Sky') returned to USA
					Jul 6, 1945, to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 29, 1945.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946
				102669 (306th BG, 369th BS) MIA Aug 8, 1944.  MACR 8434
				102670 (96th BG, 338th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned enemy action 
					destroyed on ground Jul 1, 1944
				102671 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 1, 1945
				102672 (381st BG, 533rd BS, "Ole' Swayback") shot down by fighters Piethen, Germany May 30, 1944.  MACR 5233
				102673 (390th BG, 571st BS) MIA Jan 14, 1945.  MACR 11724
				102674 condemned salvage not battle damage Nov 8, 1944
				102675 (379th BG, 525th BS) MIA Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8900
				102676 (351st BG) returned to USA May 23, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 3, 1945
				102677 (390th BG, 568th BS) MIA Jan 14, 1945.  MACR 11725
				102678 (95th BG, 334th BS, "Ole Worrybird") MIA Nov 2, 1944.  MACR 10309
				102679 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 19, 1945
				102680 (305th BG, 358th BS) MIA Aug 15, 1944.  MACR 8437
				102681 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102682 to reclamation/scrap at Gulfport AAF, MS Feb 9, 1945
				102683 condemned MIA Jul 20, 1944
				102684 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 13, 1945
				102685 wrecked at Kearney Field, Nebr Apr 24, 1944 after an oxygen fire broke out on board.
				102686 (96th BG, 339th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. Condemned enemy 
					action destroyed on ground Jul 1, 1944
				102687 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102688 condemned missing operational Feb 14, 1945
				102689 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 16, 1945
				102690 condemned MIA Aug 8, 1944
				102691 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 4, 1946
				102692 condemned salvage battle damage Nov 14, 1944
				102693 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102694 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 18, 1945
				102695 (100th BG, 350th BS) MIA Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8821
				102696 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				102697 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102698 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102699 (305th BG, 365th BS) MIA May 29, 1944.  MACR 5335.
				102700 (95th BG, 412nd BS, "I'll Get By") MIA Aug 2, 1944.  MACR 7701
				102701 96th BG, 338th BS, "Angel Puss") destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.
					Condemned enemy action destroyed on ground Jul 1, 1944
				102702 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Mar 16, 1946
				102703 (381st BG, 532rd BS, *Pella Tulip*) reduced to salvage Oct 16, 1944
				102704 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102705 to reclamation/scrap at Gulfport AAF, MS Apr 11, 1945
				102706 (483rd BG, 817th BS) lost Feb 16, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12145
				102707 to reclamation/scrap  at Gulfport AAF, MS Apr 11, 1945
				102708 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Oct 17, 1945
				102709 to reclamation/scrap at Chanute AAF as TB-17G Oct 30, 1946
				102710 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22, 1945
				102711 to CL-26 at Grenada AAF, MS Apr 4, 1944
				102712 to reclamation at Avon Park AAF Apr 20, 1945
				102713 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102714 surveyed at Avon Park AAF, FL Aug 2, 1944
				102715 to TB-17G and to RFC at Altus Nov 5, 1945.  To Boy Scout
					Troop, Polo, IL Sep 1946 and named "Polo Queen".  Registered
					N66573 by California Atlantic Airways.
				      Operated by Fairchild Aerial Surveys between 
				      1953 and 1961 to map middle east and Southeast Asia
				      for US Army (and CIA?).  Eventually sold to Black
				      Hills Aviation as aerial tanker.  Crashed during firebombing
					mission near Superior, Montana July 1979.
				102716 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Aug 22, 1945
				102717 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22, 1945
				102718 delivered McDill Mar 31, 1944.  326 BU McDill  Feb 28, 1945.  330 BU Dyersburg Mar 23, 1945.
					327 BU  Aug 28, 1945.  330 BU Dyersburg Sep 4, 1945.  To RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945 (FORTLOG)
				102719 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102720 to reclamation/scrap at Pope Field Feb 1, 1949
				102721 to reclamation/scrap at Drew Field as TB-17G Aug 4, 1945
				102722 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102723 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AAF as TB-17G Mar 31, 1949
				102724 to reclamation/scrap at Avon Park AAF, FL Feb 9, 1945
				102725 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 22, 1945
				102726 to reclamation/scrap at MacDill AAF Aug 21, 1945
				102727 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 26, 1945
				102728 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102729 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102730 salvaged at Eglin AAF, FL Jan 29, 1946
				102731 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 26, 1945
				102732 to Portugal as FAP 729, later 7405 in 1953.  W/o in 1960.
				102733 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 21, 1945
				102734 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 7, 1945
				102735 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 12, 1945
				102736 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 19, 1945
				102737 to reclamation/scrap at Keesler Field, TN Oct 13, 1950
				102738 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 12, 1945
				102739 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as Sep 26, 1945
				102740 to CL-26 at MacDill AAF Jun 27, 1944
				102741 to RFC at Kingman as TB-17G Nov 28, 1945
				102742 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22, 1945
				102743 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22, 1945
42-102744/102978	Boeing B-17G-60-BO Fortress
				MSN 8246/8480
				102744 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102745 to RFC at Kingman as TB-17G Nov 28, 1945
				102746 to CL-26 at Avon Park AAF, FL Aug 1, 1944
				102747 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 21, 1946
				102748 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102749 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 25, 1945
				102750 to reclamation/scrap at Drew AAF, FL Sep 4, 1945
				102751 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 11, 1945
				102752 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Feb 27, 1946
				102753 to reclamation/scrap at Pyote AAF, TX as TB-17G Jan 14, 1949
				102754 to reclamation/scrap at Rapid City AAF, SD as TB-17G Jun 19 1945 following
					crash 12 mi NE of Rapid City, SDZ May 17, 1945.
				102755 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Oct 18, 1945
				102756 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 7, 1946
				102757 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Feb 15, 1946
				102758 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 8, 1946
				102759 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 14, 1945
				102760 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 19,1945
				102761 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22,1945
				102762 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Jan 16, 1946
				102763 surveyed at Sioux City AF, Iowa Aug 9, 1944
				102764 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 19, 1945
				102765 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Feb 27, 1946
				102766 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102767 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 7, 1945
				102768 to rFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Nov 13, 1945
				102769 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 7, 1945
				102770 surveyed at Alexandria AAF, GA Apr 18, 1944
				102771 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 21, 1945
				102772 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102773 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102774 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102775 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102776 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102777 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 19, 1945
				102778 to reclamation/scrap at Lockbourne AAB, OH Oct 19, 1945
				102779 to RFC at Golden Airport, MS as TB-17G Dec 10, 1945
				102780 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 19, 1945
				102781 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Apr 18, 1946
				102782 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 1, 1946
				102783 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 7, 1946
				102784 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 17, 1945
				102785 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 29, 1945
				102786 crashed 1000 ft N of Ardmore AAF, OK Apr 24, 1944.  11 killed.
					to CL-26 at Ardmore AB, OK Apr 25, 1944
				102787 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Sep 25, 1945
				102788 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 22, 1945
				102789 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Nov 13, 1945
				102790 to RFC at Kingman as TB-17G Nov 9, 1945
				102791 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Nov 9, 1945
				102792 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102793 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 14, 1945
				102794 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102795 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102796 surveyed at Gulfport AAF, MS Aug 29, 1944
				102797 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Oct 16, 1945
				102798 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 4, 1946
				102799 to reclamaition/scrap at South Plains AAF, TX May 29, 1947
				102800 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				102801 to RFC at Altus Oct 29, 1945
				102802 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102803 (TB-17G) crashed Aug 27, 1947 on landing at Keflavik, Iceland.
				102804 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 8, 1946
				102805 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102806 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Oct 29, 1945
				102807 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102808 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102809 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 19, 1945
				102810 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102811 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102812 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 28, 1945
				102813 delivered Cheyenne Apr 7, 1944.  To 488th BG at McDill Apr 23, 1944.  Crashed 5 mi E of Drew Field
					May 19, 1944.  To CL-26 at Drew AAF May 20, 1944
				102814 delivered Cheyenne Ap4 7, 1944.  To 488th BG at McDill Apr 21, 1944.  To 327th BU at Drew Field
					May 4, 1945.  To 201 BU at Drew Field Oct 22, 1945.  To RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102816 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102818 to RFC at Walnut Ridge s TB-17G Sep 25, 1945
				102819 salvaged at Eglin AAF, FL Jan 29, 1946
				102820 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 21, 1945
				102821 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 24, 1945
				102822 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 24, 1945
				102823 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 12, 1945
				102824 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102825 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 17, 1946
				102826 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 18, 1945
				102827 to RFC at Morrison AB, FL as TB-17G Sep 28, 1947
				102828 surveyed at MacDill AAF Aug 9, 1944
				102829 to RFC at Altus Nov 5, 1945.   To Parks College, Cahokia, IL by 1946.  Probably scrapped early 1950s.
				102830 condemned salvage Dec 2, 1944
				102831 surveyed at MacDill AAF Sep 29, 1944
				102832 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 28, 1945
				102833 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 24, 1945
				102834 delivered Cheyenne Apr 9, 1944.  To 346th BG at Drew Field Apr 26, 1944.  To 327 BU at Drew Oct 24, 1944,
					To 326 BU at McDill Dec 30, 1944.  50 62 BU at McDill Apr 9, 1945.  To 554 BU at Memphis Jul 31, 1946.
				102835 to reclamati0n at Avon Park AAF, FL Nov 20, 1944
				102836 (483rd BG, 816th BS) lost Apr 1, 1945.  MACR 13471.
				102837 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102838 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102839 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 11, 1945
				102840 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 14, 1946
				102841 (483rd BG, 840th BS) lost Oct 23, 1944, Taschachferner, Pitztal, Austria.  MACR 9319
				102842 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 21, 1945
				102843 to RFC at Kingman,  AZ as TB-17G Nov 29, 1945
				102844 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102845 to RFC at Altus as TB-17G Nov 5, 1945
				102846 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102847 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 17, 1945
				102848 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 8, 1946
				102849 condemned flak Dec 18, 1944
				102850 to reclamation/scrap at Drew AAF, FL Jan 6, 1945
				102851 (99th BG, 346th BS) MIA Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6397
				102852 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 14, 1945
				102853 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 17, 1945
				102854 Del Cheyenne Apr 10, 1944; Ardmore Apr 25, 1944; 222 BU Ardmore Jan 22, 1945; 332 BU Ardmore Jun 16, 1945
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Aug 24, 1945 (FORTLOG)
				102855 condemned salvage not combat related Apr 26, 1945
				102856 condemned MIA Dec 26, 1944
				102857 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 9, 1946
				102858 condemned salvage Sep 12, 1944
				102859 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Oct 7, 1946
				102860 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 11, 1945
				102861 to reclamation/scrap at Deming AAF, NM Nov 2, 1944
				102862 (483rd BG, 817th BS) lost Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6954
				102863 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 7, 1946
				102864 to reclamation/scrap at Yuma AAF, AZ Nov 20, 1944
				102865 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Nov 1, 1945
				102866 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 4, 1946
				102867 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 5, 1946
				102868 to RFC at Walnut Ridge AS TB-17G Nov 27, 1945
				102869 (483rd BG, 815th BS) damaged over Brux then shot
					down by Oblt. Pohl in Fw 190F-8 of SG 10/1 SE of 
					Sarospatak, Hungary Oct 20, 1944.  MACR 9203
				102870 (388th BG, 560th BS, "Chistlin Daddies") destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944. 
					Condemned enemy action destroyed on ground Jul 2, 1944
				102871 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 7, 1946
				102872 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				102873 (381st BG, 532rd BS, *The Joker II*) shot down by AAA over Berlin, Germany
					Feb 3, 1945. and crashed at Eichhorst Forest, 11 km NW of Finow.  8 POW, 1 KIA.  MACR 12096
				102874 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 8, 1946
				102875 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 11, 1946
				102876 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 5, 1946
				102877 to reclamation/scrap at Laredo AAF, TX Jan 3, 1946
				102878 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 5, 1946
				102879 condemned salvage not combat Aug 2, 1945
				102880 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 7, 1946
				102881 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				102882 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				102883 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Oct 14, 1945
				102884 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 3,1946
				102885 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 11, 1946
				102886 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 29, 1945
				102887 (463rd BG, 772nd BS, "The Pisseroo") lost Jul 31, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7206
				102888 to reclamation/scrap at Hobbs AAF, NM Sep 4, 1945
				102889 (463rd BG, 774th BS) lost Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 6862
				102890 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 7, 1946
				102891 (97th BG, 340th BS) MIA Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12141
				102892 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 9, 1946
				102893 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 8, 1946
				102894 force-landed at Roswell AAF, NM Aug 12, 1945.  
					To RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 4, 1946
				102895 surveyed at Hobbs AAF, NM Aug 3, 1944
				102896 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Dec 30, 1945
				102897 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jul 8, 1946
				102898 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 2, 1946
				102899 (398th BG) lost Jul 16, 1944, Germany.  Also have this one as going to 
					reclamation/scrap at Kingman, AZ Oct 16, 1944.  Have another report of this
					plane as crashing into San Francisco Peaks N of Flagstaff, AZ, 4 killed.
				102900 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Dec 21, 1945
				102901 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Dec 21, 1945
				102902 to RFC at Kingman, AZ as TB-17G Dec 28, 1945
				102903 to reclamation at Dayton, OH as TB-17G Nov 27, 1945
				102904 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 27, 1945
				102905 (457th BG, 748th BS) made emergency landing in Sweden Oct 7, 1944. MACR 9774.
					 2 crew DOA and one badly injured.  Repaired and flown back to UK.
				102906 condemned taxi accident Apr 23, 1945
				102907 to reclamation at Stout Field, IN as TB-17G Apr 9, 1946
				102908 (2nd BG, 96th BS) lost Aug 20, 1944.  MACR 11699
				102909 condemned MIA flak Mar 23, 1945
				102910 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 6, 1945
				102911 (401 BG, 613 BS) overshot landing and hit
					ditch and burned Deenethorpe, UK Jun 29, 1944.  Condemned salvage Jul 3, 1944
				102912 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 21, 1945
				102913 (301st BG, 32nd BS) lost over Austria Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7124.
				102914 (97th BG, 340th BS) lost Aug 10, 1944.  MACR 7194
				102915 (301st BG, 419th BS) shot down over Austria Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7123.
				102916 (463rd BG, 774th BS) shot down over Austria Jul 8, 1944.  MACR 7320
				102917 (401st BG, 612nd BS) lost Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 7546
				102918 (97th BG, 342nd BS) lost Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 6688
				102919 to RFC at Walnut Ridge as TB-17G Jan 5, 1946
				102920 surveyed at Lockbourne AAB, Cloumbus, OH Jan 23, 1945
				102921 (92nd CBW, "The Dutchess")condemned salvage from enemy action and salvaged at Kingman, AZ Oct 25, 1945
				102922 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				102923 (483rd BG, 817th BS) lost Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6979.
				102924 (463rd BG, 774th BS) lost Aug 30, 1944.  MACR 8731.
				102925 condemned crash Dec 9, 1944
				102926 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Oct 29, 1945
				102927 (483rd BG, 815th BS) lost Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6980
				102928 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 27, 1945
				102929 (301st BG, 352nd BS) shot down over Austria Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7143
				102930 to RFC at Altus, OK Nov 5, 1945
				102931 (452nd BG, 731st BS) lost Nov 9, 1944.  MACR 10345
				102932 (2nd BG, 96th BS) lost Jul 16, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6904
				102933 (384th BG, 546th BS, *Queenie*) lost Dec 12, 1944 during Merseburg raid.
				102934 condemned salvage battle damage Jul 13, 1944
				102935 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 14, 1945
				102936 (390th BG) collided in midair with 42-97182 over Weston Park, UK
					Aug 26, 1944.  5 of 9 aboard killed.
				102937 (95th BG, 412th BS, "Ready Freddie") condemned salvage battle damage Jul 21,1944
				102938 condemned crash Jan 2, 1945
				102939 condemned collision Mar 16, 1945
				102940/102941 to RAF as Fortress III HB789/HB790.  Both SOC Mar 11, 1947.
				102942 to reclamation/scrap at Panama, CZ as TB-17G Dec 29, 1948
				102943 (301st BG, 352nd BS) lost Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 7310
				102944 (97th BG, 414th BS) lost Aug 27, 1944.  MACR 8934
				102945 (303rd BG, 358th BS, "Sweet Pea") condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 3, 1944
					Also reported MIA Mar 26, 1944
				102946 (388th BG, 562nd BS) lost May 29, 1944.  MACR 5315
				102947 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 26, 1945
				102948 (457th BG, 749th BS, *Denver Bandit*) shot down by flak Sep 28, 1944.  
					on mission to Magdeberg.  MACR 9775.  2 KIA, 7 POW.
				102949 (351st BG, 510th BS) shot down by fighters Jul 19, 1944 on mission to Augsburg.  MACR 7557
				102950 (96th BG, 339th BS) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.  Condemned enemy 
					action destroyed on ground Jul 1, 1944
				102951 (95th BG, 334th BS) lost over North Sea Feb 3, 1945.  5 KIA, 4 POW.  MACR 12048
				102952 (351st BG, 511st BS) shot down by fighters Jul 28, 1944 on mission to Merseberg.  MACR 7817
				102953 (388th BG, 563rd BS) lost Sep 28, 1944.  MACR 9380
				102954 (457th BG, 748th BS) sustained damage during mission to
					Seigen, Germany Jan 29, 1945 and landed at Ypres, Belgium.
					Crew uninjured and returned to base.  Plane condemned salvage battle damage Feb 3, 1945
				102955 (351st BG) returned to USA May 29, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 19, 1945
				102956 (390th BG, 568th BS) lost Jan 14, 1945.  MACR 11726
				102957 condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 12, 1944
				102958 (100th BG, 350th BS) lost Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 12047
				102959 (384th BG, 544th BS) salvaged Aug 7, 1944
				102960 condemned MIA Jul 23, 1944
				102961 (379th BG, 526th BS) lost Jul 17, 1944.  MACR 7839
				102962 (305th BG, 565th BS) lost Aug 9, 1944.  MACR 8066
				102963 (452nd BG) destroyed by enemy bombing at Poltava, Russia Jun 22, 1944.  Condemned enemy action 
					destroyed on ground Jul 2, 1944
				102964 to RFC at Kingman, AZ dec 4, 1945
				102965 (457th BG) damaged by flak on mission to Berlin May 24, 1944
					and ditched in North Sea on return.  All crew rescued.
				102966 (381st BG, 534th BS, "AvengressII*) flown to Kingman, AZ Dec 18, 1945.
				102967 condemned missing operational Feb 23, 1945
				102968 (381th BG, 534th BS, *Via Panola Express*) salvaged Nov 11, 1944.
				102969 (306th BG, 367th BS) lost Sept 12, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8836
				102970 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				102971 (351st BG, 508th BS) shot down by AAA and fighters Aug 6, 1944 on mission to Berlin.
					MACR 7586
				102972 (390th BG, 571st BS) lost Mar 14,1945.  MACR 13025
				102973 crashlanded after crew bailed out Jun 25, 1944 near
					Fitzroy, 2 mi E of Bishops Lydeard, England.
					Condemned salvage battle damage Jul 2, 1944
				102974 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Nov 7, 1945
				102975 (306th BG, 369th BS) lost Feb 14, 1945, Germany.  MACR 12325
				102976 (305th BG, 365th BS) lost Aug 24, 1944
				102977 (100th BG, 349th BS) aborted mission to bomb a bridge at
					Auxerre Jul 17, 1944 and turned around.  Aircraft began
					vibrating and crew bailed out and plane crashed near
					Friston, Suffolk.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 19, 1944
				102978 to RFC at Kingman, AZ Dec 14, 1945
42-102979/103328	North American P-51C-1-NT Mustang
				MSN 103-22416/22765.
				102979 returned to USA May 2, 1944.  Surveyed Oct 30, 1944
				102980 to RFC at Ladd Field, AK Dec 6, 1945
				102981 wrecked in takeoff accident at Wright Field, OH Sep 22, 1943.
				102982 werecked in landing accident at Patterson AF, OH Nov 4, 1943, landing gear collapsed
				102983 surveyed at Lakeland AF, FL Jun 15, 1944
				102984 to RFC at Cincinatti Jul 4, 1945
				102985 to CL-26 at Eglin AAF, FL Jan 11, 1944
				102986 to reclamation at Alachua AF, FL Oct 26, 1944
				102987 surveyed at Bartow AF, FL Feb 25, 1944
				102988 to reclamation at Orlando AGB, FL Mar 16, 1945
				102989 surveyed at Orlando AB, FL Apr 15, 1944
				102990 to RFC at Albuquerque ,NM Jul 4, 1945
				102991 (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by Lt Gunther Heckmann of JG 51/7 SE
					of Alencon, France.  MACR 6193.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				102992 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51C 42-103008 and crashed atat
					RAF Rivenhall, Essex, England Mar 21, 1944.  Condemned excess inventory Oct 31 ,1944
				102993 condemned salvage May 23, 1944
				102994 (363rd FG, 381st FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Saint Laurent, Belgium Mar 20, 1944.  MACR 3076.
					Pilot killed.
				102995 condemned crash May 13,1944
				102996 condemned salvage battle damage May 12, 1944
				102997 (354th FG, 356th FS, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Elkenrogh, 13 km NE of Altenkirchen,
					Germany May 12, 1944.  MACR 4756.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				102998 (555th FTS, 496t FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Aug 9, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage no battle damage Aug 10, 1944
				102999 (555th FTS, 496t FTG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England Aug 7, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aicraft badly damaged and condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 8, 1945.
				103000 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Boxted, Essex, England Mar 19, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage no battle damage
				103001 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 10, 1946
				103002 (363rd FS, 357th FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Leiston, Suffolk, England Sep 26, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Oct 1, 1944
				103003 condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 26, 1944
				103004 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit at
					Schackensleben, 14 km WNW of Magdeburg, Germany May 28, 1944.  MACR 5136.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103005 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 30, 1946
				103006 convertedto F-6.  condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 30, 1946
				103007 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) collided in midair with P-51C 42-103036 and crashed 1 1/2 mi S of 
					Ownby, Lincolnshire, England Jun 7, 1944. Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage no 
					battle damage Jun 8, 1944
				103008 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51C 42-102992 and crashed at RAF Rivenhall,
					Essex, England Mar 21, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed and condemned salvage no battle 
					damage Mar 24, 1944
				103009 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) crashed SE of Orleans, France due to engine failure Aug 1, 1944.  MACR 7729.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				103010 condemned salvage May 10, 1944
				103011 condemned salvage not combat related
				103012 condemned AAA Sep 2, 1944
				103013 (F-6C, 11th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Nancy/Azelot 
					airfield A-95, Azelot, France.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. Condemned salvage 
					Apr 15, 1946
				103014 condemned salvage May 18, 1944
				103016 (HQ, 12th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Foggia main airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 20, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, condemned salvage Aug 18, 1945
				103017 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 15, 1946
				103018 converted to F-6.  condemned AAA May 6, 1944
				103019 to RAF as Mustang III FB125.  Wrecked when abandoned takeoff and overshot at RAF Bentwaters May 7, 1945.
				103020 to RAF as Mustang III FB126.  Sold for scrap May 7, 1947
				103021 to RAF as Mustang III FB127.  Crashed when wing hit ground
					on approach to Matlask Oct 11, 1944.
				103022 to RAF as Mustang III FB128.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103023 to RAF as Mustang III FB129.  Crashed when abandoned by pilot after flak damage Sep 9, 1944
				103024 to RAF as Mustang III FB130.  Damaged in heavy landing at Andrews Field Nov 27, 1944.  SOC
				103025 to RAF as Mustang III FB131.  Crashed after colliding with Mustang FB222 (42-103116) near Nijmegen Jan 15, 1945
				103026 to RAF Nov 1943 as Mustang III FB132.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103027 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB133.  Wrecked when undercarriage prematurely retracted during takeoff at
					Bognor Aug 4, 1944
				103028 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB134.  Wrecked when bellylanded in field following engine failure Cholmondeley
					Dec 12, 1945
				103029 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB135. Collided with Mustang KH566 (44-10991) during practice dogfight and
					crashed near Cantley May 23, 1945
				103030 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB136.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				103031 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB137.  Wrecked when struck
					by Mustang HB826 (42-103675) while parked at Matlask Oct 13, 1944
				103032 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB138.  Crashlanded 8 mi E
					of Hulst Sep 27, 1944 after engine failure.
				103033 to RAF Nov 1943 as Mustang III FB139.  Missing from sweep Jun 7, 1944
				103034 to RAF Nov 1943 as Mustang III FB140.  Wrecked when bellylanded
					at Aston Down Jun 13, 1944 after engine failed in circuit.
				103035 to RAF Nov 1943 as Mustang III FB141.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103036 was to have gone to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB142 but not delivered, went to USAAF unit in UK.  
					Was replaced as FB142 by 42-103569.  With 555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF collided in midair with P-51C
					42-103007 and crashed 1/2 mi N of Faldingworth, Lincolnshire, England.  Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed
					and condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 8, 1944.  
				103037 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB143.  Wrecked when swung
					on landing and struck Mustang FZ116 (43-6417) at Rednal
					Mar 25, 1945
				103038 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB144.  Wrecked when struck
					Mustang FZ185 (43-6606) while taxying at Andrews Field Dec 1, 1944
				103039 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB145.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103040 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB146. Missing Aug 4, 1944,
					no further details
				103041 was to have gone to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB147, but not
					delivered, went to USAAF instead.  Replaced as FB147 by 42-103636.
					To 363rd FS, 357th FG and shot down by Fw 190A-7 flown by Oblt. Hans-Heinrich Koenig of JG 11/3
					Mar 8, 1944 near Hoya 30 mi NW of Hannover, Germany.  MACR 2994.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103042 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB148.  Shot down by flak near
					Apeldoorn Sep 9, 1944
				103043 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB149.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				103044 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB150.  Destroyed by exploding
					train, Enschede Feb 21, 1945.
				103045 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB151.  Missing from escort
					mission to Emmerich Sep 27, 1944
				103046 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB152.  Crashed into sea 30 mi
					from Dutch coast when pilot bailed out after engine failure Mar 9, 1945
				103047 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB153.  SOC Oct 15, 1945
				103048 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB154.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103049 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB155.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103050 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB156.  SOC Sep 20, 1946
				103051 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB157.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103052 to RAF Dec 1943 as Mustang III FB158.  Missing from flight over
					Denmark May 21, 1944
				103053 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB159.  Crashed afer pilot abandoned
					aircraft following flak damage Aug 19, 1944. 
				103054 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB160.  Hit ground and crashed while
					attacking enemy motor vehicles near Domfront Jun 10, 1944
				103055/103128 to Britain Jan 1944
				103055 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB161.  Wrecked when bellylanded at Elmstead
					Jul 23, 1945 after engine caught fire
				103056 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB162.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				103057 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB163.  SOC Mar 20, 1947
				103058 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB164.  Crashed at Andrews Field Apr 11, 1945
					after colliding with Mustang HB878 (42-103767).
				103059 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB165.  Crashed and destroyed by fire after
					striking trees during takeoff at Coolham Jun 17, 1944
				103060 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB166.  SOC Dec 20, 1946
				103061 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB167.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103062 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB168.  Blew up while attacking barges
					on River Seing Aug 7, 1944
				103063 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB169.  DBR when bomb dropped off while
					taxying at Coolham Jun 15, 1944.
				103064 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB170.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103065 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB171.  SOC Jan 21, 1947
				103066 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB172.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103067 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB173.  Crashlanded near Alencon Jun 27, 1944
					following flak hit
				103068 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB174.  Damaged by Bf 109s off Norwegian
					coast Jul 30, 1944.  SOC upon return.
				103069 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB175.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103070 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB176.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103071 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB177.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103072 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB178.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				103073 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB179.  Struck ground during recovery
					from attack dive, Berberie May 20, 1944
				103074 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB180.  Crashlanded in Normandy Jul 26, 1944
					after being damaged by Fw 190s.
				103075 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB181.  SOC Sep 12, 1946
				103076 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB182.  Missing from photo recon mission
					to Arnhem Mar 14, 1945
				103077 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB183.  SOC Sep 4, 1944
				103078 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB184.  SOC Sep 29, 1946
				103079 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB185.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff
					and hit Mustang FZ121 (43-6422) at Coolham May 20, 1944
				103080 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB186.  Crashed near Caen Aug 18, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following damage by enemy fighters
				103081 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB187.  Broke up in flight after losing
					elevator, Great Bardfield Feb 20, 1945.
				103082 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB188.  Crashed in Normandy Jun 10, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit.
				103083 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB189.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103084 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB190.  DBR when swung on takeoff and
					crashed, Rednal Mar 28, 1945
				103085 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB191.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				103086 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB192.  SOC Mar 20, 1947
				103087 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB193.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103088 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB194.  Missing from sewwp Aug 20, 1944
				103089 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB195.  SOC Mar 13, 1947
				103090 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB196.  Missing Jun 28, 1944
				103091 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB197.  SOC Jan 12, 1947
				103092 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB198.  SOC Nov 1, 1946
				103093 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB199.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				103094 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB200.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				103095 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB201.  Missing Aug 27, 1944
				103096 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB202.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103097 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB203.  Crashed in Netherlands Sep 15, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit.
				103098 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB204.  SOC Jan 21, 1947
				103099 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB205.  Crashed before delivery to RAF
				103100 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB206.  Crashed 1 1/2 miles west of Ham
					Street Aug 18, 1944 after colliding with Spitfire NH713
				103101 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB207.  Sold for scrap May 7, 1947
				103102 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB208.  Missing from attack on barges
					on River Seine Aug 3, 1944
				103103 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB209.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103104 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB210.  Crashed near Eythorne Feb 12, 1946
					after pilot lost control
				103105 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB211.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103106 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB212.  SOC Nov 1, 1946
				103107 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB213.  Crashed after stalling on approach
					to Andrews Field Nov 6, 1944
				103108 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB214.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				103109 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB215.  Crashlanded at Moerbecke during
					escort mission to Duisburg Jan 18, 1945
				103110 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB216.  Crashed 2 mi E of North Walsham
					Jun 5, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft following engine failure.
				103111 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB217.  SOC Mar 14, 1947
				103112 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB218.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				103113 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB219.  SOC Aug 18, 1947.
				103114 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB220.  Damaged by flak Sep 14, 1944
					and subsequently SOC.
				103115 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB221.  SOC Dec 28, 1946
				103116 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB222.  Collided with Mustang FB131 (42-103025)
						near Nijmegen Jan 15, 1945 and crashed
				103117 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB223.  Force-landed near Potigny Jul 27, 1944
					following engine failure during sweep.
				103118 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB224.  DBR by heavy landing at Madelely
					Nov 12, 1946.
				103119 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB225.  Missing from sweep over Germany
					Feb 21, 1945
				103120 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB226.  SOC Dec 19, 1946
				103121 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB227.  SOC Dec 16, 1946
				103122 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB228.  Crashed after engine failed on
					takeoff at Ellon Aug 26, 1944
				103123 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB229.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103124 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB230.  Wrecked when undercarriage retracted
					during takeoff run, Bognor Regis Aug 5, 1944
				103125 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB231.  SOC Dec 13, 1946
				103126 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB232.  Wrecked when overshot landing,
					West Raynham Nov 30, 1945
				103127 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB233.  Shot down by Fw 190s near Dreux
					Jun 20, 1944
				103128 to RAF Jan 1944 as Mustang III FB234.  SOC Oct 7, 1946.  Also reported as being destroyed in a ground
					accident while parked at Armitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 23, 1944 with 99th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee
					airmen), 15th AF.
				103129 was to have gone to RAF as FB235 but was retained in USA.  
					Condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 26, 1946
				103130 to RAF Feb 1944 as Mustang III FB236.  Crashed near Cherbourg Jun 22, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage.
				103131 was to have gone to RAF as FB237 but was retained in USA.
					With 10th PRG, 15th TRS crashed Apr 10, 1945 at Ruppertenrod,
					between Giessen and Alsfeld, Germany.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 10, 1945
				103132 was to have gone to RAF as FB238 but was retained in USA.
					Condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 15, 1946
				103133 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB239.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103134 was to have gone to RAF as FB240 but retained in USA.
					(F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 5 mi S of Periers, France Jul 26, 1944.  MACR 7485.
					Pilot killed.
				103135 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB241.  Shot down in error by British
					AAA 3 mi S of Hastings Jul 29, 1944 while chasing V-1
				103136 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB242.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103137 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB243.  SOC Jan 7, 1947
				103138 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB244.  SOC Oct 1, 1946
				103139 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB245.  Shot down by flak near Lake
					Carterno Jun 2, 1944 while attacking enemy motor transport
				103140 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB246.  Destroyed by fire when
					bellylanded at Lesi Nov 16, 1944 and struck Marauders HD436 (42-96363)
					and HD451 (42-96378)
				103141 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB247.  Missing near Sarajevo from
					sweep Dec 11, 1944
				103142 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB248.  Crashed near Brod Nov 5, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage.
				103143 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB249.  Crashed on takeoff, Crete Aug 2, 1944
				103144 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB250.  Crashed on landing, Cutella Apr 2, 1944
				103145 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB251.  Shot down by flak over front ine
					in Italy Oct 15, 1944.
				103146 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB252.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103147 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB253.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				103148 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB254.  Crashlanded Jan 11, 1945
					following flak damage
				103149 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB255.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103150 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB256.  Crashed near Lovinac,
					Yugoslavia after pilot abandoned aircraft following running
					out of fuel.
				103151 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB257.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103152 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB258.  Crashed Aug 9, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage.
				103153 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB259.  Flew into box valley
					and crashed into mountain 30 mi W of Trento Jul 26, 1945
				103154 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB260.  SOC May 9, 1946
				103155 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB261.  Crashed 10 mi NE of
					Rimini Sep 25, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft following
					flak damage
				103156 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB262.  Crashed at Casara Mar 3, 1945
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage
				103157 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB263.  Crashed at San Felice
					Oct 12, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage.
				103158 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB264.  Crashed Apr 19, 1945
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damate
				103159 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB265.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103160 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB266.  Crashlanded and
					destroyed by fire May 25, 1944 after flak damage
				103161 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB267.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103162 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB268. 
				103163 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB269.  SOC Dec 14, 1946
				103164 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB270.  Shot down by flak
					Ravenna Jul 22, 1944
				103165 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB271.  Crashed near Brod 
					Nov 5, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak
					damage.
				103166 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB272.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				103167 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB273.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103168 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB274.  Shot down by flak
					while attacking train Conegliano Jan 15, 1945.
				103169 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB275.  Hit tree and crashed
					while attacking enemy motor transport near Vicenza Dec 1, 1944.
				103170 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB276.  SOC Mar 4, 1946
				103171 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB277.  SOC Mar 4, 1946
				103172 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB278.  Crashed into sea near
					Crete after pilot abandoned aircraft when bomb hung up.
				103173 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB279.  Wrecked when swung on
					takeoff and struck P-47, Fano Jan 3, 1945
				103174 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB280.  Crashed at Pragersko,
					Yugoslavia Jan 23, 1945 after pilot abandoned aircraft
					following flak damage.
				103175 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB281.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				103176 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB282.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103177 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB283.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103178 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB284.  Crashed Sep 30, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage.
				103179 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB285.  Crashed Aug 2, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage.
				103180 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB286.  Wrecked when swung
					on takeoff and struck vehicle, Falerium Jun 28, 1944
				103181 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB287.  Shot down by flak
					near San Felice Sep 16, 1944.
				103182 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB288.  Crashed near Graz
					Apr 3, 2005 after pilot abandoned aircraft following engine failure.
				103183 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB289.  Crashed near Zagreb
					Nov 12, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage
				103184 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB290.  Crashed near Maribor Apr 3, 1945
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage
				103185 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB291.  Crashlanded near Crete
					Jul 13, 1944 following engine failure.
				103186 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB292.  SOC Apr 14, 1946
				103187 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB293. Dove into ground while
					in circuit, Catania Jun 8, 1944
				103188 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB294.  Crashed on landing at
					Cutella May 10, 1944 following engine failure
				103189 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB295.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103190 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB296.  Missing Aug 6, 1944
				103191 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB297.  Missing from close
					support mission Sep 4, 1944
				103192 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB298.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				103193 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB299.  Shot down by flak
					during close support mission Apr 14, 1945
				103194 to RAF Mar 1944 as Mustang III FB300.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				103195 condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 29, 1944
				103196 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at
					Nancy/Azelot Airfield A-95 Azelot, France Dec 31, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage Apr 15, 1946
				103197 (368th FS, 359th FG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk,
					England Feb 3, 1945.  Pilot survived but aircraft was DBR and condemned salvage no battle damage Feb 3, 1945
				103198 condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 25, 1944
				103199 condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 25, 1945
				103200 (F-6C, 111th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, XII Tactical Air Command, 12th AF) crashed from unknown
					cause 5 mi S of Bastia, Corsica in Tyrrenian Sea while on training flight Aug 13, 1944.  MACR 8742.
					Pilot killed.  MACR has wrong serial number as 42-104200, which was a P-38J
				103201 condemned Mar 15, 1944
				103202 (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Conflans Airfield A-94,
					Conflans, France.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1946.
				103203 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) collided in midair with F-6D 44-11739 over Winterburg, Germamy
					Apr 11, 1945.  Able to land.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired, condemned salvage Jun 26, 1946
				103204 condemned salvage Jun 26, 1946
				103205 condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 27, 1944
				103206 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Petit Warel, Belgium
					due to engine failure Nov 19, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
					Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1946
				103207 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at
					Nancy/Azelot airfield A-95 Azelot, France Feb 14, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage Apr 15, 1946
				103208 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 15, 1946
				103209 to RAF as Mustang III SR435 Mar 31, 1944.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103210 condemned salvage MIA Jun 10, 1944
				103211 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA NW of Bastonge, Belgium Dec 24, 1944.  MACR 11426.
					Pilot believed killed.
				103212 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 24, 1946
				103213 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 15, 1946
				103214 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103215 condemned salvage no battle damage Oct 13, 1944
				103216 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) shot down byh AAA near Waldangelloch,
					Germany Apr 1, 1945.  MACR 13654.  Pilot believed captured or killed.
				103217 condemned salvage no combat Oct 7, 1944
				103218 condemned salvage Jun 27, 1944
				103219 (F-6C, 12 th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Conflans airfield A-94, Conflans, France
					Jan 27, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage no battle 
					damage May 20, 1945.
				103220 condemned enemy action Apr 22, 1944
				103221 (F-6C, 269th Air Service Squadron, 26th Service Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at Charleroi
					airfield A-87, Gosselies, Belgium Feb 16, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if
					repaired.  Condemned salvage Jun 22, 1946
				103222 (F-6C, 12th TRS, 12th PRG 9th AF) Shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit
					at St Marie-Aux, Anglais, France Jul 14, 1944.  MACR 6662.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103223 (F-6C, 12th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire,
					England Jun 8, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft DBR and condemned salvage Aug 8, 1944
				103224 (F-6C, 10th PRG) MIA Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6275
				103225 (15th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire,
					England Apr 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 26, 1944
				103226 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th PRG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Eupen, Belgium Dec 23, 1944. MACR 11406.
					Pilot killed.
				103227 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 24, 1946
				103228 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) groundlooped at Haguenau
					airfield Y-39, Haguenau, France Apr 11, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if
					repaired.  Condemned salvage Apr 24, 1946.
				103229 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Conflans Airfield A-94, Conflans, France
					Jan 26, 1945. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage Apr 15, 1946
				103230 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 67th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Fauqueembergues, France Jun 7, 1944.  MACR 5652.
					Pilot MIA and believe killed.
				103231 to RAF as Mustang III FB301 Mar 1944.  Crashed near Venice Dec 6, 1944
	`				after pilot abandoned aircraft after running out of fuel.
				103232 to RAF as Mustang III FB302 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103233 to RAF as Mustang III FB303 Mar 1944.  Shot down by flak near
					Vavi Dejes, Yugoslavia Nov 7, 1944  However there is a photo that seems to indicate that this plane
					was assigned to the 118th TRS, 23rd FG in China as an F-6C
				103234 to RAF as Mustang III FB304 Mar 1944. SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103235 to RAF as Mustang III FB305 Mar 1944. Shot down by flak while attacking
					bridge Aug 30, 1944
				103236 to RAF as Mustang III FB306 Mar 1944.  SOC Jul 26, 1945.
				103237 to RAF as Mustang III FB307 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103238 to RAF as Mustang III FB308 Mar 1944.  Missing in cloud over
					Yugoslavia Feb 2, 1945
				103239 to RAF as Mustang III FB309 Mar 1944.  SOC May 9, 1946
				103240 to RAF as Mustang III FB310 Mar 1944.  Crashed near Sidi Amor
					during ferry flight Jun 17, 1944
				103241 to RAF as Mustang III FB311 Mar 1944.  Missing from sweep near Miravoi,
					Greece Sep 10, 1944
				103242 to RAF as Mustang III FB312 Mar 1944.  Missing in cloud near Perkovic,
					Yugoslavia Jan 26, 1945
				103243 to RAF as Mustang III FB313 Mar 1944.  Shot down by flak while attacking
					train at Slatina Jul 16, 1944
				103244 to RAF as Mustang III FB314 Mar 1944.  Crashed in Adriatic Apr 5, 1945
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit
				103245 to RAF as Mustang III FB315 Mar 1944.  Crashlanded 3 mi N of Turopolje
					Aug 26, 1944 following flak hit
				103246 to RAF as Mustang III FB316 Mar 1944.  Shot down by flak while attacking
					train at Slatina Jul 16, 1944
				103247 to RAF as Mustang III FB317 Mar 1944. Crashed on takeoff at Create Aug 1, 1944
				103248 to RAF as Mustang III FB318 Mar 1944.  Crashed during attempted forced landign
					3 mi NE of Urosevac, Yugoslavia
				103249 to RAF as Mustang III FB319 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 29, 1945
				103250 to RAF as Mustang III FB320 Mar 1944.  Missing from sweep to Zagreb
					Nov 6, 1944
				103251 to RAF as Mustang III FB321 Mar 1944.  Overturned during attempted
					forced landing Jul 14, 1944 after running out of fuel
				103252 to RAF as Mustang III FB322 Mar 1944.  Crashed 1 mi NNW of Hovice Aug 4, 1944
					following flak hit.
				103253 to RAF as Mustang III FB323 Mar 1944.  Missing from close support
					mision Sep 25, 1944
				103254 to RAF as Mustang III FB324 Mar 1944.  Shot down by flak, Pristina,
					Yugoslavia Aug 9, 1944
				103255 to RAF as Mustang III FB325 Mar 1944. SOC Feb 27, 1947
				103256 to RAF as Mustang III FB326 Mar 1944. SOC Sep 28, 1944
				103257 to RAF as Mustang III FB327 Mar 1944. Crashed near Brac Apr 11, 1945
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak damage
				103258 to RAF as Mustang III FB328 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103259 to RAF as Mustang III FB329 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103260 to RAF as Mustang III FB330 Mar 1944.  Crashed Dec 27, 1944 after pilot
					abandoned aircraft following flak hit
				103261 to RAF as Mustang III FB331 Mar 1944.  Missing in cloud 10 mi S of
					Sibenik Sep 27, 1944
				103262 to RAF as Mustang III FB332 Mar 1944.  SOC Sep 4, 1945
				103263 to RAF as Mustang III FB333 Mar 1944. SOC Aug 1944
				103264 to RAF as Mustang III FB334 Mar 1944.  Crashlanded at Prammaggiore
					Aug 15, 1946 after engine caught fire
				103265 to RAF as Mustang III FB335 Mar 1944.  Crashed at Krusevac, Yugoslavia
					Aug 11, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit.
				103266 to RAF as Mustang III FB336 Mar 1944.  Crashed at Amarino, Greece
					Aug 25, 1944 after pilot abandoned aircraft following flak hit.
				103267 to RAF as Mustang III FB337 Mar 1944.  Crashlanded in Yugoslavia
					Oct 16, 1944 following flak hit
				103268 to RAF as Mustang III FB338 Mar 1944.  Crashed on takeoff, Crete
					Aug 27, 1944
				103269 to RAF as Mustang III FB339 Mar 1944.  Wrecked when hit roller on
					landing, Capodichino Feb 16, 1945
				103270 to RAF as Mustang III FB340 Mar 1944.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff
					and hit P-40, Crete Aug 9, 1944.
				103271 to RAF as Mustang III FB341 Mar 1944.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				103272 to RAF as Mustang III FB342 Mar 1944.  Crashed on takeoff, Biferno
					Aug 21, 1944
				103273 to RAF as Mustang III FB343 Mar 1944.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103274 to RAF as Mustang III FB344 Mar 1944.  SOC Sep 17,1945
				103275 to RAF as Mustang III FB345 Mar 1944.  Flew into ground during bad
					weather, Buyfield Hall, England Sep 8, 1944
				103276 to RAF as Mustang III FB346 Mar 1944. Wrecked when struck tree during
					attempted forced landing 1 mi NW of Kempston, England Jul 27, 1944
					after engine failed.
				103277 to RAF as Mustang III FB347 Mar 1944.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103278 to RAF as Mustang III FB348 Mar 1944. Spun into ground near
					Petworth, England Jun 25, 1944
				103279 to RAF as Mustang III FB349 Mar 1944.  Crashed near Laigle Jul 26, 1944
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following damage, believed caused by Fw 190.
				103280 to RAF as Mustang III FB350 Mar 1944.  SOC Nov 9, 1946
				103281 (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Le Molay Airfield A-9, Basse-Normandie, France
					Aug 4, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. Condemned salvage no battle 
					damage May 27, 1945
				103282 (355th FG, 357th FS, 8th AF) crashlanded 15 km N of Bray-Sur-Somme France due to flak hit Jun 22, 1944.  
					MACR 5963.  Pilot survived and evaded until Jul 19, 1944 when captured and became POW.
				103283 (486th FS, 352nd FG) ground looped at RAF Bodney, Norfolk, England Nov 21, 1944.  Pilot
					survived.  In forced landing at RAF Lavenham, Suffolk, England Jan 19, 1945 due to engine failure.
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Jan 20, 1945
				103284 condemned salvage no batle damage Jun 24, 1944
				103285 condemned MIA Oct 14, 194
				103286 (357th FG, 363rd FS) shot down by AAA near Wolgast 8 mi NW of Anklam, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 4997.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW
				103287 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Evereux, Normandy, France while strafing
					truck convoy Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5609. Crashlanded, pilot survived and evaded.
				103288 condemned salvage battle damage May 31, 1944
				103289 (381st FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Staplehurst, Kent, England May 2, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage no battle damage May 13, 1944
				103290 (352nd FG, 328th FS) shot down by AAA 10 mi N of Herbouville, France Apr 28, 1944.  MACR 4414.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				103291 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 15 mi S of Liege, Belgium Sep 11, 1944.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				103292 (4th FG, 334th FS, 8th AF) crashed into ground while attacking ground targets NE of Villedien-les-Poules,
					France Jun 11, 1944.  MACR 5572.  Pilot killed.
				103293 (MSN 103-22730) with 370th FS, 359th FG) crashed from unknown cause 2 mi NE of RAF Knettishall, Norfolk,
					England May 1, 1944.  Pilot killed.  Aircraft condemned salvage battle damage May 3, 1944.  Registration 
					N24177 has been allocated Jun 27, 2003 to this aircraft.  Registration N251MX reserved
					Jun 25, 2004, taken up Aug 28, 2004.  Has been sold to Collings Foundation, who took
					delivery Mar 2008.  Converted by field modification to TP-51C dual-control two-seater.
				103294 (370th FS, 359th FG) in landing accident at RAF East Wertham May 30,1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft
					was destroyed and condemned salvage battle damage May 30, 1944
				103295 (339th FG, 503nd FS, 8th AF) crshed near St Willebrord, 12 km SW of Breda, Netherland after ran out
					of fuel May 21, 1944.  MACR 4982.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103296 (310th Ferry Squadron, 27th Aircraft Transport Group, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Fowlmere,
					Cambridgeshire, England while on ferry flight Apr 24, 1944.  Pilot survived, aicraft badly damaged and
					condemned salvage May 2, 1944
				103297 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 28, 1946
				103298 condemned salvage no battle damage May 11, 1944
				103299 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown while strafing a truck convy N of Fougere, France 
					Jun 8, 1944.  MACR 5618.  Pilot KIA
				103300 (463rd Service Squadron, 309th Service Group, 9th AF) in landing accideent at RAF Staplehurst, Kent,
					England May 24, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, condemned salvage no battle damage May 26, 1944
				103301 (374th FS, 361st FG) crashlanded at RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England May 30, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 15, 1944
				103302 condemned salvage from enemy action Sep 21, 1945
				103303 condemned salvage Nov 22, 1944
				103304 (F-6C, 111st TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) crashed while looking for convoy
					between Karlsrue and Landau, Germany Jan 29, 1945.  MACR 11739.  Pilot killed
				103305 (505th FS, 339th FG0 w/o in takeoff accident at Fowlmere, England May 12, 1944.  Condemned salvage 
					no battle damage May 14, 1944
				103306 (311th Ferry Squadron, 27th Aircraft Transport Group, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Warton, Lancashire,
					England while on ferry flight Apr 28, 1944. Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage no battle damage 
					Jul 11, 1944
				103307 (555th FTS, 496th FTG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Goxhill, Lincolnshire, England 
					May 31, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned Jun 8, 1944
				103308 (310th FRS, 27th ATG) crashlanded at RNAS Burscough, England Apr 20, 1944.  Condemned MIA Jul 8, 1944
				103309 (55th FS, 20th FG) crashed on takeoff at King's Cliffe, England Jul 12, 1944.  Condemned salvage no 
					battle damage Jul 12, 1944
				103310 (487th FS, 352nd FG) involved in midair collision and crashed near Bradwell, England 
					May 9, 1944.  Condemned missing May 9, 1944
				103311 (15th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire,
					England Apr 28, 1944.  Pilot survived aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage Apr 15, 1946
				103312 (352nd FG, 487th FS) crashed from unknown cause near Ziesen, 40 kM E of burg Near Magdeburg, Germany 
					Aug 5, 1944.  Pilot KIA.  MACR 7440
				103313 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 10 mi E of Bockingen, Germany Oct 28, 1944.   MACR 10257.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103314 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Buzancais, 15 mi SW  of Nogent, France due to engine failure 
					Jul 4, 1944.  MACR 6548.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				103315 condemned salvage Jun 30, 1944
				103316 (352nd FG, HQ) hit by AAA near Dummer Lake, Germany and made wheels-up belly landing 1 km
					NE of Bersenbruck, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 4988.  MACR and German report says pilot made POW.
					352nd website states pilot KIA.
				103317 (355th FG, 358th FS, 8th AF) crashed into trees while chasing Bf 109 fighters near Katne, NW of Warsaw, Poland 
					Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 9239.  Pilot KIA
				103318 (359th FG, 368th FS) crashed 35 mi S of Beachy Head, East Sussex, England in English Channel 
					Sep 1, 1944 due to engine failure.  MACR 8550.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				103319 condemned salvage from enemy action Sep 21, 1945
				103320 (487th FS, 352nd FG, 8th AF) crashed 3 km S of Dunkerque, France after being hit by friendly fire
					Mar 14, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage May 14, 1945.
				103321 (357th FS, 355th FG) forcelanded at Matching, England Jun 27, 1944.  Condemned salvage battle damage Jul 9, 1944
				103322 (368th FS, 359th FG) crashed from unknown cause 2 mi NE of Hedingham, Essex, England Jun 17, 1944.
					Pilot killed, aircraft condemned salvage battle damage Jun 22, 1944
				103323 condemned salvage battle damage Jan 16, 1945
				103324 (319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Feb 24, 1945.
					Condemned crash Jun 25, 1945
				103325 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed at Husum on the NW of coast of Germany due to engine failure 
					Aug 27, 1944.  MACR 8309.  Pilot was killed
				103326 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause near Paris, France Aug 25, 1944.  MACR 8494.  Last
					seen in dogfight with Bf 109G fighters.  Pilot MIA and believed killed.
				103327 condemned salvage battle damage Sep 15, 1944
				103328 (463rd Service Squadron, 309th Service Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Staplehurst, Kent,
					England May 28, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 24, 1944
42-103329/103778	North American P-51C-5-NT Mustang
				MSN 103-22766/22815, 103-25933/26332.
				103329 (359th FG, 368th FS) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 16 km NW of Evreux, 6 mi SE of
					Mantes Gassicourt, France Jun 10, 1944 do to mechanical failure.  MACR 5594.  Pilot surivived and evaded.
				103330 condemned salvage no battle damage Aug 21, 1945
				103331 condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 23, 1944
				103332 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Evreux, Normandy, France while attacking a
					train Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5610.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.  Hidden by French Underground for 3 months
					until liberated by Canadian army.
				103333 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed after flew into bomb blast of other P-51s over target while
					attacking trucks W of carteret, France Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 6291.  Pilot killed.
				103334 (355th FG, 354th FS) shot down by AAA over Lechfeld Jul 24, 1944.  MACR 7730.  Pilot KIA
				103335 (380th FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit 5 km W of
					Quedlinburg, SW of Wittenberg, Germany Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6110.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103336 (352nd FG, 486th FS) crashed after being damaged by exploding truck that was just strafed between
					Elbeuf and Louviers, France Jun 8, 1944.   MACR 5555.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				103337 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in midair collision at San Severo airfield, Foggia,
					Italy Feb 15, 1945.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Aug 11, 1945
				103338 (382nd FS, 363rd FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-51B 43-6328 and crashlanded E of Sein
					near Les Andelys, SW of Beauvais, France Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6188.  Pilot killed.
				103339 (359th FG, 369th FS) shot down by AAA at Hoevinghause, 5 k m S of Mettingen, Germany Nov 4, 1944.  MACR 10427.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103340 condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 12, 1944
				103341 (487th FS, 352nd FG) crashed from unknown cause 1 mi N oF RAF Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England
					Jun 7, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				103342 (339th FG, 504th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Lubeck, Germany May 19, 1944.  MACR 4983.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103343 (359th FG, 370th FS) shot down by AAA near Reims, France May 12, 1944.  MACR 4703.  Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				103344 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 26, 1946
				103345 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia,
					Italy Mar 28, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Sep 30, 1945
				103346 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed after hitting some wires while strafing a locomotive at
					Denaon, France Jun 22, 1944.  MACR 6105.  Pilot killed.
				103347 (361st FG, 375th FS) shot down by AAA 5 mi N of Chartes, France Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 5521.  Pilot bailed out
					but was KIA.
				103348 (364th FS, 357th FG) crashed during wheels up belly landing at RAF Leiston airfield Jul 20, 1944.  Pilot
					survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				103349 (361st FG, 375th FS) shot down by AAA at Torgau, 5 km W of Stendal, Germany May 21, 1944.  MACR 5002.
					Pilot KIA.
				103350 (376th FS, 361st FG) crashed near Nijmegen, Holland due to mechanical failure Nov 27, 1944.  Pilot bailed
					out and was rescued by Canadian army patrol.
				103351 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause while strafing locomotives SW of Seregelyes,
					Hungary Oct 14, 1944.  MACR 9141.  Pilot killed.
				103352 (354th FS) in midair collision west of Foulmere Apr 20, 1945.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Sep 29, 1945
				103353 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Dreux,
					France Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 8197.  Pilot bailed out, fate unknown.
				103354 (359th FG, 369th FS) hit by AAA near Saarbrucken, Germany May 25, 1944 and crashed W of Sarrebourg,
					France.  MACR 5114.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				103355 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 10, 1946
				103356 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 26, 1946
				103357 (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 8 mi SW of Duren, Germany Dec 2, 1944.  MACR 10554.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103358 (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Saint Dizier Airfield A-64, Saint Dizier,
					France Dec 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  condemned salvage Apr 24, 1946
				103359 (362nd FS, 357th FG) crashlanded at Leiston, England Jun 8, 1944.  Condemned Jun 10, 1944
				103360 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Furth Airfield R-28, Furth, Bavaria, Germany
					Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Oondemned salvage Apr 24, 1946
				103361 surveyed at Dallas ATC, TX Mar 16, 1944
				103362 (374th FS, 361st FG) in landing accident at RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England May 30, 1944.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage May 31, 1944
				103363 (353rd FG, 352nd FS) bellylanded May 2, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage May 26, 1945
				103364 (F-6C, 67th PRG) crashed from unknown cause 5 mi N of Eschwege airfield R-11, Hesse, Germany 
					May 10, 1945.  MACR 14451.  Pilot survived and returned to duty, aircraft was destroyed.
				103365 condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 25, 1944
				103366 condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 24, 1945
				103367 condemned salvage Jun 28, 1945
				103368 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 26, 1946
				103369 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 50 mi NE of Galati, Rumania Jun 6, 1944.  
					MACR 5854.  Pilot killed
				103370 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly AAA from Allied ships off Audouville, France
					in English Channel Jun 9, 1944.  Pilot believe killed.
				103370 (F-6C, 67th FG) MIA Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 5700
				103371 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 15, 1946
				103372 condemned salvage from enemy action Sep 29, 1945
				103373 (2nd Base Air Depot, 8th AF) crashlanded at bille Paisis, France Nov 16, 1944.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 20, 1044
				103374 condemned salvage from eney action Apr 15, 1946
				103375 condemned MIA Aug 11, 1944
				103336 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Charleroi Airfield A-87, Gosselies, Belgium
					Jan 14, 1945.  Pilot surivived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage Jan 15, 1945
				103377 (302nd FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen) ground looped at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 28, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Oct 13, 1944
				103378 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 67th TRG) shot down by small arms fire 15 mi W of St Quentin, France Jun 22, 1944. 
					 MACR 6276.  Pilot killed.
				103379 (302nd FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in forced landing at Pianosa, Italy due to engine failure
					Aug 19, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Aug 30, 1944
				103380 (326 FRS, 31 ATG) w/o at Lasham, England May 8, 1944.  Condemned salvage no battle damage
				103381 (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Charleroi airfield A-87 Gosselies, Belgium
					Nov 28, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1946.  
				103382 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown bo Oblt Alfred Neumayer of JG 4/1 
					at Bellheim, E of Landau and crashed 3 km NW of Dahnk SW of Pirmasens, Germany Sep 29, 1944.  MACR 9280.
					Pilot killed.
				103383 (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Charleroi airfield A-87, Gosselies, 
					Belgium Nov 28, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage 
					May 6, 1947.  To reclamation/scrap Jun 9, 1948
				103384 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Emmering, 15 km
					N of Aibling, Germany due to engine failure Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12670.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				103385 condemned salvage Aug 18, 1945
				103386 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) crashed W of Trier, Germany due to engine failure Feb 2, 1945.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aicraft destroyed and condemned Feb 3, 1945
				103387 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia,
					Italy Feb 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage no battle damage Feb 3, 1945
				103388 condemned MIA Dec 4, 1944
				103389 (357th FG, 364th FS) shot down by AAA over France May 24, 1944.  MACR 5109.  Pilot KIA
				103390 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) collided in midair with P-51B 43-6511 over Tortorella airfield, Foggia,
					Italy and crashed Aug 21, 1944.  Pilot bailed out but was killed, aircraft was destroyed. Aircraft
					condemned crash landing Aug 21, 1944
				103391 condemned salvage Nov 26, 1945
				103392 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed on takeoff at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy May 29, 1944.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.  Aircraft condemned crash takeoff May 29, 1944
				103393 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) crashed at Poperinge, 12 km W of Ypern, Belgium due to engine
					failure May 15, 1944.  MACR 4694.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103394 (339th FG, 504th FS, 8th AF) crashed 800 m S of brahcnewinda Thuringen in Gamarkung Am Anblick, Germay 
					after aircraft started leaking fuel and caught fire Jul 29, 1944.  MACR 7720.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103395 2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flownd by Uffz Heinrich Koch of JG 52/6 over
					airfield at Reghin, Rumania Aug 31, 1944.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103396 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at
					Nancy/Azelot Airfield A-95, Azelot, France Jan 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 5, 1945
				103397 (F-6C, 12th RS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 1 1/2 mi N of Valognes,
					France while on flight from RAF Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, England to Le Molay Airfield A-9 Basse-Normandie,
					France Jul 21, 1944.  MACR 15903.   Condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 22, 1944
				103398 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 25, 1945
				103399 condemned salvage no battle damage Dec 21, 1944
				103400 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) shotdown by AA near Eleusis, Greece Oct 6, 1944.  MACR 8979.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded with help of some Greek civilians and returned Oct 18, 1944 to his unit.
				103401 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed 1 mi E of Castel Frentano, Italy after caught fire May 5, 1945.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				103403 (F-6C, 11th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissqance Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at Dijon-Longvic
					Airfield Y-9, Longivc, France Nov 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, condemned salvage no 
					battle damage Nov 7, 1944
				103404 condemned excess inventory Aug 18, 1944
				103405 condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 24, 1946
				103406 condemned salvage Jul 24, 1946
				103407 condemned MIA Apr 17, 1945
				103408 (107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashlanded 1 1/2 mi SWS of Le Molay airfield A-9 Basse-Normandie,
					France due to engine failure Aug 17, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage Aug 18, 1944
				103409 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashlanded 3 km SW of Coissy, 15 km SE oF Poix, France after
					ran out of fuel Aug 10, 1944.  MACR 7791.  Pilot survived and evaded.
				103410 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF) missing on local test flight Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10588.  Pilot MIA and
					presumed killed.
				103411 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause at
					Friedlingsbach, 20 km NW of Freiburg, Germany Feb 11, 1945.  MACR 12314.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103412 condemed salvage from enemy action Apr 24, 1946
				103413 condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 6, 1945
				103415 condemned from enemy action Aug 18, 1944
				103416 condemned MIA Nov 5, 1944
				103417 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 15, 1946
				103418 condemned accident Sep 24, 1944
				103419 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109K-4 flown by Hptm Siegrfied
					Luckenback of JG 53/3 Stab at Ramsden and crashed 1.5 kn NW of Harsbert, 7 km S of Landstuhl, Germany
					Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12353.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103420 to reclamation/scrap Venice AAF, FL Jul 11, 1945
				103421 (118th TRS, 23rd FG) crashed near Liuchow airfield due to bad weather Nov 7, 1944.  MACR 10093.
					Pilot killed.
				103422 condemned burned Oct 4, 1944
				103423 (325th FG, 319th FS, 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Rudolf Harbort of JGr 200/3 S of
					Marseille, France over Guly of Lyon Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 5775.  Pilot killed.
				103424 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Wiener Neustadt, Austria May 29, 1944.  MACR 5410.
					Pilot killed.
				103425 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 22, 1946
				103426 condemned salvage Sep 7, 1945
				103427 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) MIA over Northeastern France Sep 27, 1944.  MACR 9226.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				103428 (F-6C, 111th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, XII Tactical Air Command, 12th AF) shot down by AAA over
					southern france Aug 22, 1944.  MACR 8774.  Pilot killed.
				103429 (107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Charleroi Airfield A-87 Gosselies, Belgium
					Jan 20, 1945.  Pilot surivived, aicraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1946
				103430 surveyed at Pittsburgh AAF, PA Apr 8, 1944
				103431 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield,
					Foggia, Italy Jun 30, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned wrecked Jun 30, 1944
				103432 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 50 mi NE of Galati, Rumania Jun 6, 1944.   MACR 6763.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103433 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Ober Olf Airfield Y-64 Mainz, Germany Apr 15, 1945.
					Condemned salvage Apr 15, 1946
				103434 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia,
					Italy Apr 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned Apr 10, 1945
				103435 condemned salvage Apr 30, 1946
				103436 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Aug 23, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				103437 condemned salvage no battle damage Feb 20, 1945
				103438 condemned salvage from enemy action Jul 18, 1946
				103439 (5th FS, 52nd FG) crashlanded at Madna, Italy Jun 14, 1944.  Condemned crash landing Jun 14, 1944.
				103440 condemned MIA Apr 16, 1945
				103441 (309th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashlanded at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Jun 13, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage crash Jun 15, 1944
				103442 (328th Ferry Squadron, Air Transport Command) in landing accident at El Aouina airfield at Tunis,
					Tunisia while on ferry flight Aug 1, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Aug 1, 1944
				103443 (302nd FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Ramitelli
					airfield, Foggia, Italy Jul 1, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103444 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103444 condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 24, 1944
				103445 (325th FG, 319th FS, 15th AF) crashed 5 mi E of Avignon Puga, France after hitting high tension
					wire while strafing railroad cars Jun 15, 1944.   MACR 6131.  Pilot killed.
				103446 (325th FG, 319th FS, 15th AF) crashed at Moquemaure, France after hitting high-tension wire Jun 15, 1944.   
					MACR 6130.  Pilot bailed out and evaded and made it to Spain with help of French Maquis and returned
					to duty.
				103447 (325th FG, 317th FS, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause while strafing vehilces 1 m S of Andrijevica,
					Yugoslavia Jul 23, 1944.   MACR 7039.  Pilot killed.
				103448 (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashlanded at RAF Middle Wallop airfield, Hampshire, England
					due to engine failure Jun 17, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage no battle 
					damage Jun 21, 1944
				103449 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 1 mi NW of
					Beroughton Farm, England due to engine failure Jun 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed, 
					condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 30, 1944
				103450 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103451 (F-6C, 12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) shot don by AAA 1 mi NE of Brest, France Oct 27, 1944.  MACR 9632.
					Pilot killed.
				103452 (15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) MIA near Avaranches, France Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6881.  Pilot believed killed.
				103453 condemned salvage from enemy action Jul 26, 10946
				103454 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed near Vienna, Austria due to engine
					failure Jan 21, 1945.  MACR 11540.  Pilot killed.  According to amateur Czech historian Jan Mahr the pilot's body was 
					found in a field south of Brno Czechoslovakia and buried. Later reburied at Lorraine American Cemetery in France.
				103455 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF, *Tennessee's Partner*) crashed from unknown cause near Vienna, Austria
					Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10729.  Pilot killed.  Plane captured by Luftwaffe.
				103456 condemned MIA Jun 23, 1944
				103457 (111th TRS, XII Air Support Command, 12th AF) shot down by AAA Sw of Cortona, Italy Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6043.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown
				103458 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF, *My Lady/Miss Marilyn*) crashlanded from unknown cause near Raab, Hungary
					Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10784.  Pilot survived and became POW.  Plane captured by Luftwaffe.
					MACR 10784
				103459 (107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Toussus-le-Noble airfield A-46 Toussus-le-Noble,
					France Sep 8, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraf DBR and condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 21, 1944
				103460 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by
					unknown pilot and uinit SW of Frankfurt, Germany Dec 25, 1944.   MACR 11619.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103461 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB351.  Crashed 10 mi S of Nijmegen
					Sep 6, 1944 when pilot abandoned aircraft following engine failure.
				103462 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB352.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103463 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB353.  SOC Feb 25, 1947
				103464 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB354.  SOC Feb 18, 1947
				103465 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB355.  Missing from sweep Aug 18, 1944
				103466 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB356.  Damaged while taxying at
					Andrews Field Jan 19, 1945, not repaired and SOC.
				103467 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB357.  Overshot forced landing at
					RAF Coltishall Jun 6, 1946 following engine failure.
				103468 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB358.  SOC Jan 16, 1947
				103469 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB359.  Crashed Mar 13, 1945 after
					hitting high-tension cables on high ground 1/2 mi S of Cove, Scotland
				103470 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB360.  SOC Dec 6, 1946. 
				103471 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB361.  SOC Mar 13, 1947
				103472 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB362.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103473 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB363.  SOC Nov 26, 1946
				103474 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB364.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				103475 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB365.  Shot down by flak Jul 3, 1944
					while attacking bridge at Lavagotiere
				103476 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB366.  SOC Nov 16, 1946
				103477 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB367.  Missing Sep 20, 1944
				103478 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB368.  Spun into ground near Villers
					Bocage Jun 30, 1944
				103479 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB369.  SOC Mar 22, 1945
				103480 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB370.  SOC Jan 23, 1947
				103481 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 26, 1946
				103482 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) shot fown by AAA from a train
					near Ingolstadt, Germany Apr 11, 1945.   MACR 13753.  Pilot killed.
				103483 (325th FG, 319th FS, 15th AF) shot down by AAA over Agignon Puga, France Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 6022.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103484 condemned MIA Nov 28, 1944
				103485 (325th FG, 319th FS, 15th AF) crashed in Liguran Sea after air scoop hit water Jun 15, 1944.  MACR 5766.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103486 (F-6C, 111th TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) crashed 6 km NW of Karlsruhe,
					Germany due to engine failure Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 12678.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				103487 (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Charleroi airfield A-87 Gosselies,
					Belgium Nov 26, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
					Condemned salvage Jun 26, 1946
				103488 (F-6C, 109th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Eschwege Airfield R-11, Hesse, Germany
					Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
					Condemned salvage Jun 22, 1946
				103489 (325th FG, HQ) shot down by AAA off coast of Southern France and crashed  into Ligurian Sea Jun 15, 1944.  
					MACR 6309.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				103490 condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 29, 1944
				103491 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) ground looped at Chievres airfield A-84, Casteau, Belgium
					Dec 7, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed and condemned salvage no batle damage Dec 12, 1944
				103492 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Pescara airfield, Italy Oct 23, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Sep 7, 1945
				103493 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 1/4 mi ENE of Rahms, Germany after helping
					shoot down an Fw 190 fighter Mar 15, 1945.   MACR 13035.  Pilot killed.
				103494 converted to F-6C.  Lend-Leaseto French ADO Mar 8, 1945.  Operated by GR II/33.  Damaged May 1, 1945.
					Repaired and returned to service.  WFU c May 1948
				103495 (F-6C, 162nd TRS, attached to Provisional Reconnaissance Group, 9th AF) MIA in Ingolstadt, Germany
					area Apr 14, 1945.  MACR 14154.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				103496 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in landing accident near Sinn, Germany Apr 11, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 16, 1945
				103497 condemned salvage no battle damage Nov 10, 1944
				103498 (319th FS, 325th FG) crashed at Cutella gunnery range, Italy Jul 17, 1944.  Condemned crash landing Jul 18, 1944
				103499 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF) lost off unknown cause NE of Lake Balaton, Hungary Jul 27, 1944.  MACR 7108.
					Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				103500 delivered to RAF ADO Feb 22, 1945 as Mustang III FZ161.  SOC Feb 24, 1947.
					The British Air Commission records show this plane as a P-51B,
					presumably because serial FZ161 was originally allocated to 
					P-51B 43-6542, which was not delivered to RAF.
				103501 (302nd FS, 332nd FG) w/o in landing accident at Ramitelli, Italy Jun 15, 1944.  Condemned salvage Jul 22, 1944
				103502 condemned salvage Nov 22,1944
				103503 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed near Tremesna village, Czechoslovakia Jul 7, 1944 after being
					attacked by Bf 109s.  MACR 6514.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute was ripped by the aircraft
					tail section..
				103504 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 22, 1946
				103505 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103506 (F-6C) assigned to 118th TRS, 23FG in China.  Condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				103507 (325th FG, 319th FS, 15th AF) shot down by 20-mm AA while strafing Ecka airfield and crashed W of
					Muschla, Yugoslavia Sep 8, 1944.   MACR 8757.  Pilot killed.
				103508 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Nov 4, 1944.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned crash Nov 4, 1944
				103509 to reclamation/scrap at Lakeland AAF, FL Jan 1, 1945
				103510 to excess inventory list Aug 15, 1944
				103511 condemnned enemy action Sep 30, 1944
				103512 condemned MIA Mar 26, 1945
				103513 (325 FG, 319 FS) in midair collision with 43-24866 near Garganico,
					Italy Jun 29, 1944.  Both pilots killed.
				103514 condemned MIA Dec 25, 1944
				103515 condemned MIA Jul 19,1944
				103516 to excess inventory list Apr 26, 1944
				103517 (317th FS, 325th FG) crashed at Lesina, Italy Jun 13, 1944.  Condemned destroyed Jun 13, 1944.
				103518 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103519 (319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 17, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aicraft condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103520 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in forced landing at Mondolf airfield, Marche, Italy due to
					engine failure Apr 8, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103521 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB371.  SOC Jun 26, 1947
				103522 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB372.  Missing from sweep to
					Munster Sep 10, 1944. 
				103523 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB373.  Crashlanded at West Malling
					Jul 7, 1944 following engine failure
				103524 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB374.  Crashed after losing wing
					in recovery from dive, Catfield Oct 2, 1944
				103525 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB375.  SOC Dec 4, 1946
				103526 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB376.  SOC Mar 3, 1947
				103527 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB377.  SOC Feb 22, 1947
				103528 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB378.  Crashed when pilot abandoned
					aircraft after being caught in blast from exploding V-1 Jul 12, 1944
				103529 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB379.  SOC Mar 14, 1947
				103530 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB380.  SOC Feb 25, 1947
				103531 to RAF Apr 1944 as Mustang III FB381.  Spun into sea 8 mi off
					Listerfjord Sep 3, 1944.  Also listed as being with 307th FS, 351st FG, 15th AF and involved in
					landing accident at San Severo airfield, Foggia, Italy Feb 2, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				103532/103549 to Britain May 1944.
				103532 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB382.  SOC Jan 8, 1947
				103533 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB383.  Crashed 45 mi E of Bradwell
					Bay May 16, 1945 when pilot abandoned aircraft following collision
					with Mustang KH540 (44-10965)
				103534 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB384. Crashed into sea Sep 1, 1944
					when engine failed during escort mission
				103535 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB385.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103536 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB386.  SOC Jan 17, 1947
				103537 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB387.  Wrecked when struck truck
					while taxying at night, Andrews Field Nov 9, 1944
				103538 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB388.  Crashed when stalled on
					approach to Bentwaters and wing struck ground Feb 3, 1945
				103539 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB389.  Crashed at Zuid Beveland 
					Oct 18, 1944 when pilot abandoned aircraft after engine lost power.
				103540 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB390.  Missing Aug 21, 1944
				103541 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB391.  Missing Nov 11, 1944
				103542 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB392.  Crashlanded near Ypres
					Sep 27, 1944 following engine failure
				103543 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB393.  Crashelanded near Westham
					Jul 13, 1944 following engine failure.
				103544 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB394.  Crashed into sea off Blakenberge
					Mar 16, 1945 following engine failure
				103545 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB395.  Spun into ground 3 mi S of
					Ashford Aug 20, 1944.
				103546 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB396.  Shot down by flak near s'Hertogenbosch
					Sep 6, 1944
				103547 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB397.  SOC Feb 27, 1947
				103548 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB398.  Missing from sweep over Normandy
					Jun 22, 1944.  
				103549 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III FB399.  SOC Feb 18, 1947
				103550 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Oct 25, 1944.  Also listed as boing to RAF as HB821
					and being destroyed by fire after swung on takeoff and hit crane at Friston
					Aug 13, 1944.
				103551 condemned MIA Jun 25, 1944
				103552 (325th FG, 319th FS, 15th AF) shot down by AA and crashed 1 1/2 mi off Fano Italy in the Adriatic
					Sea while on air-sea rescue mission looking for a pilot shot down off the coast of Italy Jun 24, 1944.  
					MACR 6178.  Pilot killed.
				103553 (HQ, 31st FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Egyed, Hungary Jun 27, 1944.  MACR 6413.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103554 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF) crashed SW of Ploesti, Rumania Jun 23, 1944.  MACR 6733.  Pilot bailed
					out and became POW
				103555 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Dec 6, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				103556 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) groundlooped at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Aug 22, 1944.
					Pilot surivived, aircraft condemned crash Aug 22, 1944
				103557 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103558 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) lost from unknown cause near Linz, Austria Jul 21, 1944.  
					MACR 6965.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				103559 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause into railroad station at Busigny, 20
					km SE of Cambrai, France Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6795.  Pilot killed.
				103560 (319th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Nov 7, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Nov 7, 1944.
				103561 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA near Aachen, Germany, but able to fly and headed home but
					crashed in Bornem, Belgium Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 6849.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				103562 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Lake Balaton, Hungary Dec 17, 1944.  MACR 10674.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103563 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Sep 4, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Sep 22 ,1944
				103564 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103565 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed NE of Vienna, Austria near Czech border
					due to engine failure Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 13256.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103566 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103567 (503rd FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) collided in midair with P-51D 44-14012 at Manor Farm Thriplow, 
					Cambridgeshire, England and crashed Aug 5, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				103568 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 24, 1946
				103569 to RAF May 28, 1944 as FB142 as replacement for 42-103036 which
					was diverted to USAAF.  SOC Nov 15, 19456
				103570 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crshed from uknown cause NW of Koprivnica, Yugoslavia Nov 5, 1944.  MACR 9682.
					Pilot killed.
				103571 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Munich, Germany 
					Dec 29, 1944.  MACR 10932.  Pilot killed.
				103572 to RFC at Cincinatti Oct 4, 1945
				103573 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 30, 1946
				103574 condemned crash Aug 26, 1944
				103575 condemned salvage Sep 2,1945
				103576 (F-6C, 69th TRG, 111th TRS) crashlanded at Borgo, 
					Corsica Jul 26, 1944.  Condemned salvage Jul 29, 1944
				103577 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 24, 1946
				103578 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 15, 1946
				103579 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 22, 1946
				103580 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in takeoff accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Nov 18, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Nov 18, 1944
				103581 (325th FG, 318th FS, 15th AF, *Marry Norris*) in landing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Dec 15, 1944.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				103582 (5th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged and condemned salvage Sep 7, 1945.
				103583 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				103584 condemned salvage Sep 7, 1945
				103585 served in CBI theatre with 75th FS, 23rd FG, 14th AF.  Condemned damaged Mar 22, 1945
				103586 condemned AAA Apr 3 ,1945
				103587 condemned lost at sea Jul 2, 1944
				103588 (375th FS, 361st FG) in takeoff accident at RAF Bottisham, Cambridgeshire, England Aug 16, 1944.
					Aircraft badly daamaged, condemned salvage Sep 29, 1945
				103589 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				103590 (5th FS, 52nd FG) crashed from unknown cause 20 mi W of Kotor, Yugoslavia Jun 23, 1944.  MACR 6075.
					Pilot killed.
				103591 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 26, 1946
				103592 (302nd FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) shot down by AAA at Kraljevo, Yugosolvia Jul 22, 1944.  
					MACR 6852.  Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				103593 (364th FG, 385th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Wegezin, 13.5 km WSW of Anklam, Germany Aug 25, 1944.  
					MACR 8541.  Made wheels-up belly landing in field, pilot survived and became POW.  Aircraft destroyed
					by P-51D to prevent capture.
				103594 condemned salvage from enemy action Apr 24 1946
				103595 (301 FS, 333 FG) crashed while doing 
					low-altitude barrel roll near Ramitelli
					Airfield, Italy Jun 28, 1944.  Pilot killed.
				103596 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Dec 17, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103597 (2nd FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) crashed SW of Veszprem, Hungrry after atrafing airfield Nov 19, 1944.  MACR 9873.
					Pilot MIA and believed killed.
				103598 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103599 (325th FG, 381th FS, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi E of Ploesti, Rumania Jun 24, 1944.  MACR 6077.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103600 (503rd FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England
					Nov 16, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				103601 (364th FS, 357th FG) in taxiing accident at RAF Leiston airfield Jul 24, 1944.  Pilot survived but
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage Sep 29, 1945
				103602 condemned salvage from enemy action Sep 29, 1945
				103603 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF)  crashed from unknown cause at Warrier's Farm, Somersham, England Apr 8, 1945.
					Pilot killed, aircraft condemned salvage no battle damage Apr 8, 1945
				103604 converted to F-6C with 118th TRS, 23rd FG in China.  Condemned salvage Nov 26, 1945
				103605 condemned salvage Dec 31, 1945
				103606 (75th FS, 23rd FG, 14th AF) crashlanded in China Sep 12, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was
					destroyed.  Condemned accident Sep 14, 1944
				103607 condemned MIA Jun 20, 1944
				103608 (75th FS, 23rd FG, 14th AF) crashlanded in China Sep 12, 1944.  Pilot survived but aircraft was
					destroyed.  Condemned accident Sep 14, 1944
				103609 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 20 M SW of Zandbergen, 7 km ENE of Grammont,
					France May 31, 1944.  MACR 5670.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
				103610 (118th FRS, 23rd FG) shot down by AAA S of Kukiang, China Nov 20, 1944.  MACR 10089.  Pilot KIA
				103611 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) crashed due to mechanical failure S of Chemnitz,
					Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13268.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103612 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 4 km ENE of Laon, France Jun 3, 1944.  MACR 5541.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103613 condemned enemy operations Apr 3, 1945
				103614 (India Burma Theatre Training Command, 10th AF) in landing assicent at Malir Airfield, Karachi, India
					Jun 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Jun 30, 1945
				103615 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 30, 1945
				103616 (F-6C, 107th TRS, 67th TRG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Charleroi Airfield A-87 Gosselies, Belgium
					Jan 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft destroyed and condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 14, 1945
				103617 (317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Dec 7, 1944.
					Pilot survived, aircraft condemned crash May 1, 1945
				103618 (109th TRS, 67th TRG) crashed on takeoff at Middle Wallop, England Jun 13, 1944.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 18, 1944
				103619 (12th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Saint Dizier Airfield A-64, Saint Dizier, France
					Nov 25, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Condemned salvage Apr 24, 1946
				103620 (F-6C, 15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Conflans airfield A-94 Conflans, France
					Feb 13, 1945.  Condemned salvage Feb 20, 1945
				103621 condemned salvage Nov 26, 1945
				103622 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 22, 1946
				103623 condemend salvage Aug 12, 1945
				103624 (India Burma Theatre Training Command, 10th AF) crashed from unknown cause 2 1/2 mi S of Mauripur, India
					Aug 23, 1945.  Pilot killed, aircraft condemned crash landing Aug 25, 1945
				103625 condemned salvage Jul 9, 1945
				103626 condemned salvag Jul 9 1945
				103626 condemned salvage Fab 5, 1945
				103627 condemned salvage Sep 2, 1945
				103628 (118th TRS, 23rd FG) shot down by AAA 10 mi NW of Samshui, China Oct 5, 1944.  MACR 9299.
					Pilot bailed out and evaded.
				103629 condemned salvage Oct 22, 1945
				103630 condemned accident Feb 25, 1945
				103631 to reclamation/scrap at Venice AAF, FL Jul 11, 1945
				103632 condemned salvage Nov 26, 1945
				103633 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) ground looped at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia, Italy
					Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Sep 30, 1945
				103634 to reclamation at Wright Patterson AAB May 11, 1948
				103635 (301st FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by Lt Oskar Romm of
					JG 3/12 near Kempten, Germany Jul 18, 1944.  MACR 6973.  Pilot crashlanded the aircraft, survived and
					became POW.
				103636 delivered to RAFDO as FB147 Feb 22, 1945 as replacement for
					42-103041 which was diverted to USAAF.   Missing near Arnhem Sep 25, 1944,
					presumed shot down by enemy fightes.  Seems to be a conflict of dates here,
					maybe Feb 22, 1945 was the date that the paperwork for the transfer
					caught up?
				103637 condemned crash Feb 28, 1945
				103638 surveyed at Pinellas AF Sep 27, 1944
				103639 to reclamation/scrap at Key AF, MS Jan 17, 1945
				103640 to reclamation/scrap at Venice AF, FL May 12, 1945
				103641 to reclamation/scrap at Bartow AF, FL Oct 26, 1944
				103642 surveyed at Pinellas AB, FL Aug 12, 1944
				103643 to RFD at Albuquerque, NM Jul 28, 1945
				103644 to reclamation/scrap at MacDill AAF, FL May 24, 1946
				103645 (MSN 103-26199) to RFC at Bozeman, MT Oct 3, 1945.  To Confederate AF as NL61429, later N61429.  
					At one time this was N215CA.  Was N9288 before becoming N215CA.  Crashed
					at Wings of Freedom Air Show in Bay City, WI May 29, 2004.  There appears to
					have been some problem immediately after takeoff, as pilot attempted to force-land
					in a nearby field but struck a tree.  Pilot critically injured and died in
					hospital next day.  Aircraft has been restored, first flight Jul 22, 2009.
					Suffered substantial damage after landing gear failure and landed wheels-up Feb 3, 2016 at Dallas, Texas.
				103646 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 28, 1945
				103647 to CL-26 at Pinellas AB, FL Oct 5, 1944
				103648 to reclamation/scrap at Dal Mabry AAF, FL Jan 21, 1946
				103649 to reclamation/scrap at Dale Mabry AAF, FL Jan 21, 1946
				103650 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 25, 1945
				103651 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 25, 1945
				103652 to reclamation/scrap at Pinellas AB, FL Sep 19, 1944
				103653 surveyed at Pinellas AB, FL Nov 28, 1944
				103654 surveyed at Pinellas AB, FL Sep 14, 1944
				103655 surveyed at Jacksonville AAF, FL Jul 21, 1944
				103656 surveyed at Panellas AB, FL Apr 21, 1944
				103657 to reclamation/scrap at Pinellas AB, FL Sep 18, 1944
				103658 surveyed at Lakeland AB, FL Jun 16, 1944
				103659 surveyed at Pinellas AB, FL Jun 20, 1944
				103660 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 20, 1945
				103661 surveyed at Lakeland AAF, FL Oct 1, 1944
				103662 to reclamation/scrap at Venice, FL May 9, 1945
				103663 (MSN 103-26217) to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Oct 5, 1945. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946.
					Became NX4821N, then NL4821N.  To Dominican Republic in 1948 as FAD 1700.  
					Crashed on delivery at Villa Julia Molina Jun 6, 1948
				103664 to reclamation/scrap at Venice, FL Mar 1, 1945
				103665 to reclamation/scrap at Venice, FL Mar 1, 1945
				103666 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 25, 1944
				103667 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 20, 1945
				103668 to RFC at Claremont Sep 27, 1945
				103669 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 25, 1945
				103670 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 22, 1945
				103671 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB822.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
				103672 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB823.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				103673 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB824.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				103674 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB825.  SOC Feb 28, 1947
				103675 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB826.  Struck parked Mustang FB137 (42-103031)
						at Matlask Oct 13, 1944
				103676 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB827.  Damaged by flak and crashed into
					house, Vimoutiers Aug 18, 1944
				103677 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB828.  Wrecked when bellylanded after engine
					failure, B.78 (Eindhoven) Jan 3, 1945
				103678 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB829.  Crashed on approach to Earls colne
					Oct 5, 1944 after engine failure
				103679 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB830.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103680 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB831.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103681 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB832.  SOC Jan 31, 1947
				103682 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB833.  DItched off Norwegian coast Dec 6, 1944
					following engine failure.
				103683 was to have gone to RAF as HB834, but not delivered.  Condemned MIA Aug 7, 1944
				103684 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB835.  SOC Dec 16, 1946  
				103685 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB836.  Missing off Forde Fjord Feb 9, 1945,
					presumed shot down by Bf 109s
				103686 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB837.  SOC Mar 14, 1947
				103687 was to have gone to Britain as HB838 but was returned to USAAF
					Jun 19, 1944.  Condemned MIA Nov 19, 1944
				103688 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB839. Sold for scrap May 7, 1947
				103689 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB840.  Wrecked when bellylanded at Park Wood
					Jul 28, 1944 following engine failure
				103690 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB841.  DBR when tasied into fuel bowser at
					Hethel Mar 22, 1946
				103691 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB842.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				103692 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB843.  SOC Jan 17,1947
				103693 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB844.  Wrecked when struck by Mustang FX889
					(43-12378) at Andrews Field Nov 16, 1944.  
				103694 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB845.  SOC Nov 19, 1946
				103695 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB846.  SOC Sep 6, 1947
	`			103696 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB847.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103697 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB848.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				103698 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB849.  SOC Feb 8, 1947
				103699 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB850.  Missing Dec 8, 1944
				103700 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB851.  Flew into ground while attacking
					train near Zagreb Mar 1, 1945
				103701 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB852.  SOC Jan 4, 1947
				103702 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB853.  Crashelanded near Zagrep Apr 21, 1945
					after flak hit
				103703 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB854.  Shot down by flak over Kutina,
					Yugoslavia Oct 21, 1944
				103704 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB855.  SOC Dec 13, 1946
				103705 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB856.  SOC Aug 1944
				103706 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB857.  SOC Dec 7, 1944
				103707 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB858.  Shot down by flak while attacking
					enemy motor transport near Houtoncon Aug 15, 1944
				103708 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB859.  Crashed into Adriatic Sea Mar 16, 1945
					after pilot abandoned aircraft following engine failure
				103709 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB860.  Bellylanded in France Apr 16, 1945
					after engine failure.
				103710 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB861.  SOC Jan 3, 1949 (?)
				103711 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB862.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103712 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB863.  SOC Feb 11, 1947
				103713 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB864.  DBR Feb 9, 1945, relegated to ground
					instructional airframe with serial 5062M
				103714 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB865.  Swung on takeoff, hit snowbank and 
					overturned, Banff Jan 29, 1945
				103715 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB866.  SOC Dec 26, 1946
				103716 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB867.  Dove into ground, Blythborough Oct 9, 1945
				103717 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB868.  SOC Feb 20, 1947
				103718 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB869.  SOC Mar14, 1946
				103719 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB870.  SOC Jan 31,1 947
				103720 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB871.  Wrecked when swung on takeoff and
					hit gully, Friston Sep 22, 1944
				103721 surveyed at Lakeland AAF, FL Jul 18, 1944
				103722 surveyed at Lakeland AAF, FL May 19, 1944
				103723 to reclamation/scrap at Venice AAF, FL Nov 13, 1945
				103724 (374h FS, 361st FG) crashed tdue to bad weather a Normandy, France Jun 19, 1944.  Pilot KIA.
					Condemned MIA Jun 20, 1944
				103725 (MSN 103-26279) to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Oct 5, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to 
					Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946  Became NX4814N.  Crashed Sep 1947 while racing
				103726 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 24, 1945
				103727 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 25, 1945
				103728 surveyed at Jacksonville AAF, FL Jul 21, 1944
				103729 to RFC at Albuerque, NM Jul 25, 1945.
				103730 (MSN  103-26284.  to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK Oct 5, 1945. Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
					To civil registry as NX4831N.  To Aviacion Militar Dominicana as 403.  To Dominican Republic AF in 1948 as 
					FAD 1703.  WFU Sep 1948
				103731 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 22, 1945
				103732 (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli airfield, Foggia,
					Italy Aug 2, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Aug 18, 1944
				103733 to reclamation/scrap at Venidce AAF, FL Mar 16, 1945
				103734 surveyed at Lakeland AB, FL Jun 2, 1944
				103735 (355th FG, 357th FS, "Tiger's Revenge") MIA Oct 5, 1944 due to engine failure near Medemli/Zuider Zee and 
					crashed near Aartwood.  MACR 9263.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103736 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Aug 27, 1945
				103737 condemned salvage battle damage Dec 13, 1944
				103738 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 25, 1945
				103739 surveyed at Alachua, FL Jul 13, 1944
				103740 (MSN 103-26294) surveyed at Cross City AAF, FL Jun 21, 1944.  Registered
					N309PV Mar 21, 2008.
				103741 to reclamation/scrap at Bartow, FL Jan 6, 1945
				103742 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Me 261A-1a flown by Ofw Helmuth Baudach of Epr.Kdo 261 
					1 km E of Aidlingen, SW of Boblingen, Germany Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8696.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				103743 (359th FG, 369th FS) shot down by AAA SE of Wingen, France Aug 10, 1944.  MACR 7780.  Pilot KIA
				103744 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 15, 1945
				103745 to RFC at Venice, FL Oct 5, 1945.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp 
					to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				103746 to reclamation/scrap at Venice, FL Apr 20,1945
				103747 (328th FS, 352nd FG) crashed from unknown cause somewhere in England Jul 21, 1944.
					Pilot bailed out and survived.  Condemned Jul 21, 1944
				103748 to RFC at Walnut Ridge Apr 14, 1946
				103749 (361st FG, 375th FS) collided in midair wwith B-24H 42-95138 over Eerde Ommen, 17 mi SE of Meppel,
					Netherlands Sep 11, 1944.  MACR 8703.  Pilot killed.
				103750 condemned salvage from enemy action Sep 29, 1945
				103751 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 22, 1945
				103752 to RFC at Albuquerque, NM Jul 22, 1945
				103753 (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AFG, "Barbara") ground looped at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England due to
					engine failure Aug 28, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage no battle damage Sep 1, 1944
				103754 to reclamation/scrap at Venice, FL May 9, 1945
				103755 to  at Albuquerque, NM Jul 25, 194556
				103756 (339th FG, 505th FS, 8th AF) dhot down by AAA at Holzkirchen airfield S of Munich, Germany
					and crashed at Katzenburg 6 km NE of Miesbach, Germany Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8662  Pilot bailed out and
					became POW.
				103757 (MSN 103-26311) to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, FL Oct 6, 1945.  Bought by Paul Mantz and
					his partners Feb 19, 1946 as NX4845N from the War Assets Administration.
					Named "Beguine", it was extensively modified, including removal of
					the radiator scoop, wings clipped and radiators installed in two
					wingtip pods using tip fuel tanks from a FJ-1 Fury.  Bought by
					Jacqueline Cochrane and her husband Floyd Odlum shortly before
					the 1949 Cleveland Air Races.  On the second lap of the Thompson
					Trophy Race Sep 5, 1949, pilot Bill Odum lost control and plane crashed inverted
					into a residential neighborhood, killing Odum and two people on the ground.
				103758 (487th FS, 352nd FG) ground looped at RAF Honington, Suffolk, England Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, condemned salvage Sep 29, 1945
				103759 surveyed at Lakeland AB, FL Oct 2, 1944
				103760 surveyed at Bartow, FL oct 9, 1944
				103761 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB872.  SOC Dec 28, 1946
				103762 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB873.  SOC Jun 26, 1946
				103763 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB874.  SOC Feb 21, 1947
				103764 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB875.  Missing from sweep over Yugoslavia
					Feb 14, 1945
				103765 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB876.  Spun into ground during aerobatics,
					Keevil Sep 24, 1945
				103766 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB877.  Wrecked when undercarriage collapsed
					on landing following engine failure on approach, RAF Coltishall
					Sep 20, 1944
				103767 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB878. Crashed at Andrews field Apr 11, 1945
					after colliding with Mustang FB164 (42-103056)
				103768 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB879.  Crashed into sea off Biferno
					Dec 20, 1944 after swinging on takeoff and hitting sandbank
				103769 to RAF Jul 1944 as Mustang III HB880.  Ditched in Adriatic Sea Apr 30,1945
					after losing glycol Apr 30, 1945.
				103770 to RAF Oct 1944 as Mustang III HB881.  Crashed May 5, 1945 after hitting
					tree while attacking enemy vehicles. 
				103771/103778 to Britain May 1944
				103771 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB882.  Stalled during dogfighting practice
					and crashed, Aberdeenshire Nov 8, 1944.
				103772 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB883.  Overturned after overshooting landing,
					Vis Jan 26, 1945
				103773 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB884.  Crashed near Split Dec 1, 1944 after
					pilot abandoned aircraft after running out of fuel
				103774 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB885. Missing Dec 23, 1944.
				103775 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB886.  SOC Sep 12, 1946
				103776 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB887.  SOC Sep 12, 1946
				103777 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB888.  Flew into ground 8 mi NW of Crepaja,
					Yugoslavia Sep 13, 1944 while attacking SM.79.
				103778 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB889.  DBR Aug 13, 1944
42-103779/103978	North American P-51C-10-NT Mustang
				MSN 103-26333/26532.
				103779 to RAF as Mustang III HB890.  Sold for scrap May 8, 1947
				103780 to RAF May 1944 as Mustang III HB891.  SOC Feb 24, 1947
				103781 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RNAS Charlton Horethorne, Somerset, England after
					returning from leafleting mission to Germany Jul 22, 2944.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged,
					plane condemned salvage battle damage Jul 26, 1944
				103782 condemned crash Feb 10, 1945
				103783 to RFC at Albuquerque Jul 25, 1945
				103784 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Debden, Essex, England
					Feb 22, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft condemned salvage Feb 23, 1945
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