1944 USAAF Serial Numbers (44-35358 to 44-39298)


Last revised November 2, 2018


44-35358/35557		Douglas A-26C-35-DT Invader
				MSN 28637/28836
				35358 (MSN 28637) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N7774C
				35359 (RB-26C) (MSN 28638) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 14Sep56. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 20Sep56. Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to May57; 
					radio callsign F-ULVE. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria May57. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria.
					Destroyed by fire at Oran, Algeria 13Sep58. SOC 8Dec58.
				35361 (MSN 28640) 107th Bomb Squadron, 127th Fighter Group, Wayne County Airport, MI. 
					Accident at Romulus, MI 1Dec48. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Departed 11Jul56. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 11Jul56. TO Armée de l'Air Française 13Oct56 as serial 664-C. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Oct56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYH. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Jan57; 
					radio callsign F-UIWH. Crashed 12Aug58.
				35363 sold on commercial market as N91347.  To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned at
					Luanda, Angola in 1975.   
				35364 (67th TRW, 6166th WRSq) lost on weather recon mission over Pyongyang, North Korea Feb 22, 1952.
				35365 (MSN 28644) to civil registry as N91353.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict at Tucson, AZ
				35366 (B-26B) (MSN 28645) served in Korea with 17th BG (Light), 37th BS.  All black with "Maiden's Delight" on nose.
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54. Returned to USAF 10Jul54.  To civil registry as N5273V, N5294V.
					Ferried Reykjavik to Gatwick 1Aug61, noted at Lod, Israel 27Jan63. Registration cancelled.
				35369 (B-26B) (MSN 28648) 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. 
					Accident landing at Kunsan 28Mar53.  loaned to to Armée de l'Air Française Apr 1954 for service in Indochina.  
					Returned to USAF Aug 28, 1954.  To MASDC.  SOC Sep 23, 1957.  
					Registered N34783G Jun 10, 1959, cancelled Aug 10, 1959 on export to Chile. 
				35371 (MSN 28650) (MSN 28650)	Designated TB-26C. HQ Squadron, 3201st Air Base Group, Air Proving Ground 
					Command, Eglin AFB, FL. Damaged taxying at the Lockheed Air Terminal, Burbank, CA 30Jun50. 3201st Base Flight, 
					3201st Air Base Group, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin AFB, FL. Accident landing in bad weather at Eglin AFB 18Jan52.  
					To civil registry as N4818E 
				35372 (MSN 28651, B-26B) 6167th Mission Support Squadron, 6167th Mission Support Group, 5th Air Force, 
					Seoul [K-16], Korea. Damaged by fire taxying at Tachikawa AB, Japan 10Sep53.
					 Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 28Aug54. 
					Madden & Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL 1962. Registered 20Mar62 as N8028E. Consolidated Air Parts Co,
					 Los Angeles, CA 1966. Stored derelict unconverted, Tucson, AZ 1969/1972. Registration cancelled 28Sep73. 
					Pima County Air Museum, Tucson, AZ 1976. Stored dismantled unconverted at rear of museum compound. 
					Jack A. Bazler, San Rafael, CA 2002. Stored dismantled at Petaluma-Gnoss Field, CA by Apr03. 
					Stockton Field Aviation Museum/Vintage Aircraft/Taigh Ramey, Stockton Metropolitan Airport, Stockton, CA 2010. 
					Stored dismantled at Stockton Metropolitan Airport, Stockton, CA  
				35374 built for RAF as KL709 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35375 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17646 in 1964.
				35376 (MSN 28655, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1958 as FAP 586.  Renumbered FAP 225 in 1960
				35382 (B-26C) (MSN 28661) Sacramento Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA. 
					Damaged while parked by Grumman SA-16A Albatross 51-061 taxying at McClellan 24Jun52.
					 Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 1Jul54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 28Aug54. 
					Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 18Dec57. Overhauled by Fairchild Aircraft 
					Corporation, St Augustine, FL prior to delivery.  To Fuerza Aérea de Chile 9Mar58 as serial 836. Grupo de Aviación 8. WFU
				35385 (MSN 28664) converted to RB-26C, then to TB-26C. To civil registry as N91352.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict
					at Tucson, AZ
				35388 (13th BS, 3rd BG) struck by ground fire during night mission 9/3/51 and crashed into hill.
				35391 (MSN 28670, B-26C) loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 1Jul54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 28Aug54. 
					Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 28Jan58. Overhauled by Fairchild 
					Aircraft Corporation, St Augustine, FL prior to delivery. To Fuerza Aérea del Perú 1958 as serial 587. 
					Renumbered 1960  as serial 226. 21 Escuadrón de Bombardero Ligero. Preserved as gate guard at Pisco Air Force Base, Peru.
				35392 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17643 in 1964.
				35396 (MSN 28675) Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France.
					 SOC 16Jul56.  To Armée de l'Air Française 27Dec56 as serial 699-C. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Jan57 to Jun57; 
					radio callsign F-UIJF. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria 
					from Jun57 to Mar62; radio callsign F-UIWD. Renumbered 44-35396 in March 1959. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France Oct62; radio callsign F-UIJH. 
					Accident at Cazaux, France February 4, 1963. SOC 10Jul63
				35398 built for RAF as KL710 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35401 (B-26B) (MSN 28680) Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Transferred to MDAP 
					project 6B541 for France. SOC 11Jul56. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 9Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 3Jul54. 
					Armée de l'Air Française 5Jan57 as serial 704-B. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91],
				 	Oran La Sénia, Algeria Jan57; radio callsign F-UIJQ; to Aug60; radio callsign F-UIJT. 
					Renumbered 44-35401 in March 1959. Modified Dec61 as TB-26B. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Dec61 to Jun64. Centre d'Expériences Aériennes Militaires [CEAM], Mont-de-Marsan, France; 
					radio callsign F-SDBT. SOC 29May65. 
				35402 (13th BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission in Korea.
				35404 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2512. 
					w/o Apr 29, 1958 at Madrid, Cundinamarca.
				35405 (B-26B) (MSN 28684) 160th Fighter Squadron, 117th Fighter Group, Alabama Air National Guard, 
					Birmingham ANG Base, AL. Damaged taxying at Birmingham ANG Base 28Apr48. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 9Apr54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 31Aug54
				35405 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5154.  w/o
					Jun 13, 1958 at Sao Jose de Mipibu.
				35407 (17th BW, 34th BS) shot down by AAA on day mission Oct 7, 1952
				35410 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 843.
				35411 (B-26C) delivered to USAAF Apr 26, 1945. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française  Jul 1, 1954 for service in Indochina.  Returned to
					USAF Aug 31, 1954.  Participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35412 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2513. 
				35413 (B-26B) (MSN 28692) 34th Bomb Squadron, 17th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Pusan East [K-9], Korea. 
					Crash landed after takeoff at Pusan 25May53. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Returned to USAF 3Jul54. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 
					for France. SOC 11Jul56. Back to Armée de l'Air Française 18Jan57 as serial 716. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Jan57 to Jan64; radio callsign F-UIJY. 
					Renumbered 44-35413 in March 1959. Disposed of to La Service des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 4Feb64
				35414 built for RAF as KL711 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35415 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5155.  w/o Sept 28, 1965 at Niquelandia
				35416 crashed at K-3 Korea July 5, 1953.  Crew escaped with only minor injuries
				35420 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35422 built for RAF as KL712 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35425 (MSN 28704, B-26B) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RBLQ. 
					Returned to USAF 31Aug54. Aero Enterprises Inc., 1963. Registered N3427G. Kem-Air, Worland, WY 1966. Tanker #B27. 
					Lynch Air Tankers, Billings, MT 27Jun73. Tanker #B27, later #59.  Crashed and destroyed while fire bombing 
					at Grand Junction, CO 8Aug76. The aircraft flew into a blind canyon, was unable to climb out, stalled during a steep bank, 
					and crashed into terrain at about 9700 feet.  Registreatin cancelled Jul 7, 1977.   
				35426 (B-26B) (MSN 28705) 525th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 86nd Composite Group, 2nd Air Division, 
					Neubiberg, West Germany. Accident taking off with mechanical failure at Neubiberg 4Oct47. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 9Apr54. Returned to USAF 3Jul54. Armée de l'Air Française 27Oct56 as serial 729-B. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Oct56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYZ. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Jan57; 
					radio callsign F-UIWZ. Crashed 6Aug58
				35427 to civil registry as N5267V.
				35431 (B-26B) (MSN 28710) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 7Apr54. Returned to USAF 4Sep54. 
					34th Bomb Squadron, 17th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Miho AB, Japan. 
					Accident after taking off with engine failure at Miho 21Dec54. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
					 Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 11Jul56. To Armée de l'Air Française 7Nov56 as serial 734-B. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Nov56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYX. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Jan57 to Aug62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWX. Renumbered 44-35431 in March 1959. WFU Aug62. Disposed of to La Service des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 4Feb64
				35433 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17661 in 1964.
				35435 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17642 in 1964.
				35437 served in Korea with 17th BG (Light) 34th BS.  Hit by flak and belly landed at base.  Repaired and
					flown to Kisarazu, Japan
				35438 built for RAF as KL713 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35439 (B-26B) (MSN 28718) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 4Sep54. 
					JPR Corp, Miami, FL 1963. Registered as N74833. Lynch Air Tankers, Billings, MT 4May79. Not converted to tanker; 
					used as spares source. Restored at Billings. Evergreen Heritage Collection, Marana, AZ 20Mar90.
					Evergreen Vintage Aircraft, Inc., McMinnville, OR 22Apr99. Evergreen Aviation Educational Institute, McMinnville, 
					Now at Evergreen Vintage Aircraft, McMinnville, OR on display
					at Air Venture Museum
				35440 (B-26B) loaned to Armée de l'Air Française Feb 1954 for service in Indochina.  
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIG.  Returned to
					USAF Oct 22, 1955.  . Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. 
					Rock Island Oil & Refining Co., Wichita, KS Mar57. Purchased at Clark AFB 18Mar57. Converted to Rock Island Consort 26 
					research and development aircraft. Registered Mar57 as N6838D. Aero Union Corp, Chico, CA 2Dec70. 
					Registration cancelled 26Jul74. Conair Aviation Ltd, Abbotsford, BC Jun71. Tanker #25. Registered 21Jun71 as CF-MSB; 
					later as C-FMSB; cancelled 27Jan89. USAF Museum Sep88. Loaned to Travis AFB, CA. Loaned to Miami-Dade County, 
					Miami, FL. 2000. Preserved and on display at Wings Over Miami Museum, Tamiami, FL. Painted to represent Cuban 
					Fuerza Aérea Revolucionaria 931, allegedly used during the Bay of Pigs assault activities by exiled Brigade 2506 
					liberation forces.
				35441 (B-26B) participated in Operation *Haik*
					May 1958.  May have been aircraft
					damaged and abandoned at Mapengat.
				35444 (MSN 28723) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N7656C.  To Airspray (67) of Canada 
					as CF-TFB May 25, 1973, then C-FTFB.  Registered N26FK Mar 20, 2007.  On display Jun 2010 at Classic
					Aircraft Aviation Museum, Hillsboro Airport, Oregon.  Moved to Taiwan for display at Air Force Museum
					next to RoCAF Academy in Kangshan, in exchange for one F-5E and one F-5F from RoCAF.
				35446 (MSN 28725) built for RAF as KL714 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.  However must have gone back to USAAF/USAF
					as target tug, since while assigned to 1st TTS at Biggs AFB, TX as TA-26C w/o when crashed into sea 2 mi
					S of Destin, FL Apr 10, 1948.  Two crew parachuted to safety and were rescued, one listed as missing.
				35451 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17644 in 1964.
				35452 with 67th TRG in Korea
				35454 built for RAF as KL715 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35456 (MSN 28735) to civil registry as N330W, N330WC.  Now #36 for Air
					Spray (67) Ltd. located in Red Deer Alberta, Canada as A-26C, 04-20-85
					registered as CF-AGO, later C-FAGO.  Registered N5625S
					Oct 16, 2007.
				35457 (MSN 28736, RB-26C) 309th Base Unit, Greenville Field, SC. Damaged with mechanical failure at 
					Brookley Field, AL 21Feb47. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France.  To Armée de l'Air Française Sep 1956 as 457. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to May57; radio callsign F-ULVF. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from May57 to Jan63; radio callsign F-UIJK. 
					Renumbered 44-35457 in March 1959. Modified Nov61 as RB-26P. Escadron de Reconnaissance 
					Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Jan63 to Nov63; Strasbourg, France 
					from 1Dec63 to Feb66; radio callsign F-ULVK. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Feb66 to Mar66. Société Cartographie Et Travail Aerien Carta, Creil 17Mar66. 
					Registered F-BMKT 6May66; cancelled 25Jan67. International Aviation Services, Pretoria, South Africa 26Jan67. 
					Registered ZS-ESX. Société Cartographie Et Travail Aerien Carta, Creil Dec67. Registration F-BLCN not taken up. 
					Stored at Creil; scrapped c1970				
				35458 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17662.
				35462 built for RAF KL716 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35466 (MSN 28745) to civil registry as N8019E.  Reported
					Nov 1969 derelict at Tucson, AZ.
				35467 given to US Navy as XJD-1 Bu. No. 57991
				35468 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17667 in 1964.
				35470 built for RAF as KL717 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35475 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35478 built for RAF as KL718 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35483 Entered service with the Army Air Force in 1945, but too late to see service in WWII.  
					By 1948 it had been converted for training as a TB-26C and assigned to the 1st Technical 
					Training Squadron at Biggs Field, TX.  It continued serving throughout the 1950s with the 
					Air National Guard.  Rebuilt as B-26K 64-17666 in 1964.
				35486 built for RAF as KL719 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35490 (RB-26C) (MSN 28769) 6th Ferry Group, Long Beach Field, CA. Accident landing at Adams Field, AR 5May45. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française Sep56. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to Apr57; radio callsign F-ULVG. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Apr57 to Nov57; 
					radio callsign F-UIJK. Modified May58 as RB-26P. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France May58; radio callsign F-UKEA. Crashed at Rouffiac, France 27Oct58..
				35492 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35493 (MSN 28772) to civil registry as N2852G, later N576JB.  On display at Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota
				35494 built for RAF as KL720 but not delivered.  Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35495 (MSN 28774) converted to On Mark Marketeer N2076A.  Later N501N, N507WB. Thought to have been lost during
					smuggling operations.
				35497 (MSN 28776) to civil registration as N3426G, 01-20-93 to Canada, registered as RB-26C, 
					C-FOVC to AirSpray 1967 Ltd. of Edmonton, Alberta, CA.  Damaged in hangar
					fire Oct 26, 2000, Red Deer.  This registration has not been cancelled indicating 
					it may have NOT have been a complete write off.
				35500 (RB-26C) (MSN 28779) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française Sep56. 
`					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to Sep57; radio callsign F-ULVH. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Sep57 to Nov60; 
					radio callsign F-UIWO. Renumbered 44-35500 in March 1959. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Apr61 to Jun62; 
					radio callsign F-UIJL. Modified as RB-26C. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Cazaux, France to Jul63; radio callsign F-UIJB. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Jul63 to Sep64; radio callsign F-UKEK. WFU Sep64. SOC 29Apr65.
				35501 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2503.  SOC 1967 
				35502 built for RAF as KL721 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35504 (MSN 28783)	Modified as RB-26C. 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 
					9th Air Force, Shaw AFB, SC. Damaged taxying at Shaw 10Feb52. 422nd Bomb Squadron, 4400th Combat 
					Crew Training Group, Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB, VA. Damaged by structural failure 30 miles N of 
					Crestview, FL 28Apr53. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.
					 Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 8Aug56. To Armée de l'Air Française 25Sep56 as serial 807-C. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Sep56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYE. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France Mar57; radio callsign F-UKEE; 
					to Apr67; radio callsign F-UKEW. Renumbered 44-35504 in March 1959. Modified 1962 as B-26APQ13 
					radar trainer by Union Aeromaritime de Transport (UAT), Le Bourget, Paris, France. SOC 27Mar68. 
					Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), Châteaudun, France. Stored. Gate guard at  Châteaudun1972/1977  
				35505 (B-26C) on civil registry as N4815E with Tallmantz.  It
					had been sold as surplus equipment around 1960 and purchased
					by the Rock Island Oil and Refinery Co of Wichita, KS.  
					Purchased by Tallmantz in 1963.  Fitted with custom-built
					Cinerama nose and used as a camera plane.  Sold in 1976. 
					Now with Planes of Fame at Chino, CA.  Restoration project at
					War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, N
				35507 delivered to USAAF May 5, 1945.  to B-26B - to Vietnam 
					in Jan 1963 with *Farm Gate*.  Crashed Feb 6, 1963
					near Pleiku due to engine failure
					after AA hit.
				35508 (RB-26C)to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2504. 
					On display at Apiay Air Base
				35510 built for RAF as KL722 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35511 built for RAF as KL723 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35512 (RB-26C) (MSN 28791) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française Sep56. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to Apr57; radio callsign F-ULVJ. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Apr57 to Sep62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWM. Renumbered 44-35512 in March 1959. Modified Sep61 as RB-26P. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Jan63 to Nov63; 
					Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Jan65; radio callsign F-ULVM. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Jan65 to Jan66. Centre d'Expériences Aériennes Militaires [CEAM], Mont-de-Marsan, France Jan66; 
					radio callsign F-SDIR; radio callsign F-SDIY. SOC 2Jul68. Captieux, France 16May68. 
					Expended as a target at Captieux May 16, 1968.
				35514 to B-26B - To Vietnam in Jan 1963 with *Farm Gate*.  Scrapped at Clark Field.
				35515 (452nd BW) lost Feb 22, 1951.
				35516 (3rd BW, 8th BS) damaged in crash landing Feb 21, 1951.
				35518 built for RAF as KL724 but not delivered. Diverted to US Navy as JD-1.
				35520 (B-26B) (MSN 28799) loaned to Armée de l'Air Française  Apr 9, 1954 for
					service in Indochina.  Returned to USAF Sept 4, 1954.  SOC in late 1950s
					and scrapped.
				35523 (MSN 28802) May 1945 to 140th AAF Base Unit (Air Training Command), Moody AAF, GA
					Oct 1945 to 138th AAF Base Unit (Continental Air Force), Lake Charles AAF, LA (assigned to 47th Bombardment [Medium] Group)
					March 1946 	To 307th AAF Base Unit (Tactical Air Command), Lake Charles AAF, LA
					May 1946 	To 4160th AF Base Unit (Air Material Command), Hills AFB, UT (storage to RB-26C)
					April 1952 	To 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Wing (TAC), Shaw AFB, SC
					April 1954 	To 183rd Tactical Reconnaissance (Night Photography) Squadron (Air National Guard), Hawkins Field, Jackson, MS
					March 1958 	To Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch (AMC), Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					July 1958 	Dropped from inventory as surplus
					Aero Atlas Inc, Red Bluff, CA, 19??.
					Registered as N3428G, expired May 5, 1997, cancelled 3\Oct 3, 2012
					Rosenbalm Aviation Inc, Medford, OR, 1963-1972.
					Flew as tanker #F29 (later #29).  William Dempsay/Central Air Service, East Wenatchee, WA, 1972-1981.
					Flew as tanker #108.  Kinney Air Tankers, Richey, MT, June 1981.  Flew as tanker #108.
					Damaged after left main gear collapsed during landing, Dubois, PA, June 2, 1982.
					Custom Farm Service of Montana, Richey, MT, 1984.
					William Dempsay/Central Air Service, East Wenatchee, WA & Rantoul, KS, July 5, 1985-2002.
					Stored in open, Rantoul , KS, 1985-2001.
					25 Aug 2008 to Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover, Delaware for restoration and display
				35524 (MSN 28803) to civil registry as N9401Z.  To Airspray of Canada Jun 22, 1979 as 
					CF-CUI, then C-FCUI, Air Spray #12.
				35525 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam with *Farm Gate* in Jan 1963.
					Crashed Apr 8, 1963 during strafing run.
				35530 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam with *Farm Gate* in Dec 1961.
					Shot down during napalm run Nov 5,   
					1962.  May also refer to 44-35692.
				35538 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 831?
				35540 08th BS, 126th BG crashed on 23 Oct 52 near Pargnan, France, during low-level aerobatics (2 fatalities)
				35541 (B-26B) (MSN 28820) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 7Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RBLE. 
					Returned to USAF 10Jul54. Madden & Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL 1962. Registered 20Mar62 as N8032E. 
					Consolidated Air Parts Co, Los Angeles, CA 1966. Stored derelict unconverted at Tucson, AZ 1969/1972.
					 Registration cancelled 27Sep73.	Scrapped in early 1970s. 
				35546 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17645 in 1964.
				35549 with 67th TRG in Korea
				35551 with 67th TRG in Korea
				35552 Built in 1945, the plane appears to have been immediately assigned to the 112th AAF Base Unit 
					at Westover Army Air Field, MA.  In 1948 it was redesignated as B-26C, but no further information 
					is found in regards to its military service. First noted civilian owner was in 1962 when it 
					was registered N5544V to Rosenbalm Aviation of Medford, OR and began operating as a fire bomber.  
					In 1972 it was sold to Dempsy, of East Wenatchee, WA to continue fire bombing.  In 1981 
					it was bought by Kinney Air Tankers of Richey, MT, continuing as a fire bomber until sold to 
					Duane D. Sly of Platte, SD on 2/20/85.  In 1992 the plane was transferred to the Bonanzaville 
					Museum in West Fargo, ND, restored to USAF markings of the ND ANG.  When Bonanzaville closed 
					in 1993 the plane was transferred to a new entity called Eagles Aircraft Museum of Fargo, ND. 
					In 2011 the plane was given to the Air Mobility Command Museum at Dover AFB, DE.
				35553 collided with Eastern Airlines DC-3 MSN 2235 NC25647 near Florence, SC Jul 12, 1945.
					DC-3 made belly landing in a field, killing one passenger.  The A-26 crashed out
					of control and both crew were killed. 
				35554 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35555 flew weather recon missions during Korean War as WB-26C.
					Ran off runway at Kimpo in 1954 and was rebuilt.
					To French AF in mid/late 1950s.
44-35558/35562		Douglas A-26C-40-DT Invader
				MSN 28837/28841
				35562 (MSN 28841) to civil registry as N9176Z, then converted to On Mark 
					Marketeer N707T, N707TG, later N7079G.
44-35563		Douglas XA-26E-DT Invader
				MSN 28842
44-35564/35655		Douglas A-26C-40-DT Invader
				MSN 28843/28934
				35565 (MSN 28844) 127th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Florence Field, SC. Accident after taking off with mechanical 
					failure at Florence 8Jul45. 4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 4400th Combat Crew Training Group, 
					Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB, VA. Damaged by mechanical failure at Hapton, VA 6Nov51. 
					Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. 
					SOC 8Aug56. To Armée de l'Air Française 25Sep56 as serial 868-C. Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de 
					Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Sep56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYD. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France Mar57 to Jun67; radio callsign F-UKEX. 
					Renumbered 44-35565 in March 1959. Modified Jun61 as B-26APQ13 radar trainer by Union Aeromaritime 
					de Transport (UAT), Le Bourget, Paris, France. SOC 21Nov67
				35566 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam with *Farm Gate* in Jan 1963.
					W/O Jan 14, 1964 in accident.
				35574 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35577 used after WW II as flying testbed for 9-inch diameter V-1 style or KUW-1 Loon pulse jet engine 
					suspended below bomb bay.
				35580 on civil registry as N74831.
				35581 (MSN 28860) to civil registry as N3485G, to CF-CXX.  To Air Spray of Canada in 1973 as C-GWJG.
					Crashed near Watson Lake, Yukon Territory Jul 1, 1982.
				35582 (MSN 28861) converted to RB-26C.  To Norton AFB, CA for storage.  Sold to W. B. Osborn, Jr of San Antonio,
					Texas Apr 24, 1958.  To civil registry as N7659C Jun 10, 1959.  Purchased by James M. Cook of Jacksboro, Texas.
					Cancelled Jun 6, 1965 as dismantled.
				35583 (RB-26C) (MSN 28862) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française Sep56. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to May57; radio callsign F-ULVK. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from May57 to Nov57; 
					radio callsign F-UIJL. Modified May58 as RB-26P. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from May58 to May59; radio callsign F-UKEI. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from May59 to Sep62; radio callsign F-UIWR. Escadron de Reconnaissance 
					Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Sep62 to Dec63; Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Apr65; 
					radio callsign F-ULVL. SOC 16Sep65..	
				35585 converted to RB-26C.  To Air America as 236 Oct 1961.  Sent to Vietnam in May 1962 with *Farm Gate*.  
					Scrapped at Clark Field.
				35586 (B-26B) (MSN 28865) 37th Bomb Squadron, 17th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Pusan [K-9], Korea. 
					Accident landing at Pusan 3Aug53. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 9Apr54. Returned to USAF 8Jul54. 
					Força Aérea Brasileira 1957 as serial 5156. 5º GAV, Base Aérea de Natal. Modified as CB-26 transport, 
					later designated C-26B. SOC Dec75. Força Aérea Brasileira Academy Museum, Pirassunga, Sao Paulo 1985. 
					Base Aérea de Natal 1987. Agusto Severo AB, Natal, Brazil 1994. Preserved and on display as gate guard near 
					the terminal of the National Air Mail. Last noted Feb13
				35590 (MSN 28869) After WWII this plane remained in service with the USAF, being converted to a recon 
					aircraft as RB-26C ca. 1952. It was sold to E.J. Quick by 1959 and registered N3248G. In 1962 it 
					was withdrawn from use and put in open storage at Chicago-Midway Airport, bearing a yellow-trimmed 
					black paint scheme. In 1963 it was acquired by Ray Karrels of Port Washington, WI.  In 1968 it 
					was either given to, or purchased by, Earl Reinert for his “Victory Air Museum” at Mundelein, IL. 
					By 1996 it was stored dismantled at Rockford, IL because the museum had closed.  Warbird collector 
					Kermit Weeks purchased the plane in 1996 and it has since been stored dismantled at 
					Fantasy of Flight in Polk City, FL.
				35592 (B-26B) (MSN 28871) Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Transferred to MDAP 
					project 6B541 for France. SOC 11Jul56. Armée de l'Air Française 14Jan57 as serial 895-B. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Jan57 to Jul63; 
					radio callsign F-UIJX. Renumbered 44-35592 in March 1959. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France Jul63. Accident 21Jul64. SOC 29Apr65.  
				35596 (MSN 28875) to civil registry as N5636V with Hawaii Public Trade
					and Instructional School, Honolulu.  By 1968 used as ground
					instructional airframe at Honolulu IAP.  Acquired by USAF Museum
					in 1986 and displayed at Hickam AFB, Hawaii.
				35599 (RB-26C) (MSN 28878) Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française Sep56. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to May57; radio callsign F-ULVL. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from May57 to Aug61; 
					radio callsign F-UIJM. Renumbered 44-35599 in March 1959. Modified Jan62 as RB-26P. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Sep62 to Nov63; 
					Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Mar65; radio callsign F-ULVN. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Mar66 to May67; radio callsign F-UKEO. WFU May67. SOC 21Nov67.
				35601 to civil registry as N202R with Commemorative Air Force		
				35607 (RB-26C) (MSN 28886)	140th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Moody Field, GA. Damaged by structural 
					failure at Moody Field 5Jun45. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française Sep56 as 607. 
					Groupe de Reconnaissance 1/32 'Armagnac' [GR 1/32], from Sep56 to May57; radio callsign F-ULVM. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Sep57; radio callsign F-UIJM; 
					to Sep62; radio callsign F-UIJL. Renumbered 44-35607 in March 1959. Modified Jul61 as RB-26P. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 1/32 'Armagnac' [ERP 1/32], Oran, Algeria from Sep62 to Nov63; 
					Strasbourg, France from 1Dec63 to Apr65; radio callsign F-ULVB. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Apr65 to Feb66. WFU Feb66. SOC 19Aug66. Société Cartographie Et Travail Aerien Carta, Creil 19Aug66. 
					Registered 8Feb67 as F-BNTN. Stored at Creil 1968. Scrapped 1970. Registration cancelled 9Sep83 as withdrawn from use.
					Scrapped c 1970.
				35608 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17660 in 1964.
				35609 (B-26B) (MSN 28888) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 9Apr54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 28Aug54. 
					Madden & Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL 1962. Registered 20Mar62 as N8030E. Consolidated Air Parts Co, Los Angeles, CA 1966.
					 Stored derelict unconverted at Tucson, AZ 1969/1972. Registration cancelled.	Scrapped in early 1970s.
				35610 (B-26B) (MSN 28889) loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 9Apr54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 8Jul54. 
					Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. Departed 19Dec56. To Força Aérea Brasileira 1957 as serial 5157. 
					Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn Dec73   
				35615 (B-26B) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 9Apr54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 28Aug54. 
					Paramount Aquariums Inc, Vero Beach, FL 1959. 
					Registered 1959 as N7648C.  Registered 1961 as CF-HPF
				35616 to RB-26C.  Formerly of the 1st TRS, 10th TRG, crashed into the Atlantic 125mi S of Keflavik on 8 Feb 1956 due to 
					icing (ferry crew killed)
				35617 (MSN 28896) converted to RB-26C.  Converted to On Mark Marketeer 
					N7660C, later N600WB.  Aorcraft impounded by US Customs about
					1985.  Acquired by USAF Museum in 1987.   Now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah.
					In 1987 was at Travis AFB Museum, CA
				35618 (3rd BW, 8th BS) crashed near K-47 due to icing May 21, 1953.  
				35620 (MSN 28899) delivered to USAAF May 14, 1945.
					(B-26B) to Guatemala in 1960 as FAG 404.  Preserved Mar 1963
				35622 (MSN 28901) to civil registry as N9658C (ferry registration), D-BELE, D-CELE Apr 1963. Crashed at
					Cotonou, Benin Nov 14, 1963
				35625 to Air America as 6248 Nov 1959.  to Congo Aug 17, 1964.  W/o in Congo in 1965.
				35627 delivered to USAAF May 14, 1945.  On display at Dodge City airport, Kansas
				35629 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.  Exploded on
					takeoff at K-2 Feb 1951.
				35630 (543rd Tac Spt Gp, 162nd TRS) crashed after takeoff from 
					K-2, Korea Jan 5, 1951.
				35631 sold on commercial market as N91346.
					To Portugal in 1965.  Abandoned
					at Luanda, Angola in 1975.
				35632 (B-26C) (MSN 28911) Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France.
					 SOC 16Jul56. to Armée de l'Air Française Dec56 as serial 935-C. Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de 
					Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Dec56 to Dec56; radio callsign F-UIYQ. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Dec56 to Feb57; 
					radio callsign F-UIJQ. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Feb57 to Dec61; 
					radio callsign F-UKEQ. Renumbered 44-35632 in March 1959. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria Dec61; radio callsign F-UIJH. Accident 21Jul64. SOC 10Aug64.
				35633 to VB-26C.  Crashlanded 10 mi W of Maxwell AFB, AL Feb 20, 1950.
				35634 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17670 in 1964.
				35637 (MSN 28916) to civil registry as N8040E.  Reported Nov 1969 derelict
					at Tucson, AZ
				35638 (MSN 28917) to civil registry as N7824B, then D-BELI Aug 1963 to 1970.
				35640 (MSN 28919) became N4204A and then converted to Smith Tempo II.  Was used by NASA for Werhner von Braun.  
					Converted into a research aircraft by the Desert Research Institute 
					of Reno, NV and used by the University of Nevada.  Stalled due to 
					icing and crashed Mar 2, 1980 in Sierra Mountains.  All aboard killed. 
				35641 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35643 (RB-26C) (MSN 28922) Modified as RB-26C. 4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 4400th Combat Crew Training Group, 
					Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB, VA. Accident landing at Langley 2Apr51. SOC Mar54.
					 Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Apr54 for service in Indochina. . Escadron de Reconnaissance 
					Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; Radio callsign F-UHJF. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 22Oct55. 
					Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. Rock Island Oil & Refining Co., 
					Wichita, KS Mar57. Purchased at Clark AFB 18Mar57. Converted to Rock Island Monarch 26 corporate aircraft. 
					Registered Mar57 as N6841D. Hodge Laboratories Inc, Wichita, KS 1970. Damaged when landed with gear 
					retracted at Hutchinson, KS 20Oct71. Registered Oct74 as C-GCES. Confederate Air Force, Harlingen, TX 1979.
					 Registered Jun79 as N8015H. Registered Feb84 as N226RW. Registered Jan99 as N626SH. 
					Grounded 1999 by the discovery of a broken spar. American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum / Commemorative Air Force	, 
					Midland, TX. Being restored to flying status in Guthrie, Oklahoma City, OK   
				35644 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35648 on display at Castle AFB museum is actually 41-39472.
				35652 168th BS, 126th BG flew into a mountain near Cava de Tirreni, Italy on 7 Nov 52 (2 fatalities)
				35654 (MSN 28933)	SOC Feb54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Apr54. Escadron de Reconnaissance 
					Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; Radio callsign F-UHJG. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 14Oct55 
				35655 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
44-35656/35782		Douglas A-26C-45-DT Invader
				MSN 28935/29061.  Originally orderd as A-26C-45-DT, but got changed to trainers as TB-26C-46-DT, with different
					production block number to show that change.
				35660 (MSN 28939) Modified as RB-26C. 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 
					9th Air Force, Shaw AFB, SC. Damaged by mechanical failure 7 miles SE of Shaw AFB 3Dec51. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française Jan54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF Apr54. 
					11th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 5th Air Force, Itami AB, Japan. 
					Accident landing with mechanical failure at Itami AB 11Feb55   
				35661 to civil registry as N9996Z.  Later with Airspray of Canada as CF-CBK, C-FCBK,
					Air Spray #11.  Disassembled due to accident.
				35663 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
					Jan 1963.  Transferred to Taiwan.
					Scrapped at Clark Field Apr 1964.
				35666 delivered to USAAF May 16, 1945.  To FA-26C, to RB-26C,
					to EB-26C, to JB-26C.  Wrecked due to collapsed right main
					landing gear at Itami AB in 1954.  Dropped from inventory as
					surplus Oct 1960.  
				35667 to TB-26C.  86th Fighter-Bomber Wing crashed on 21 Dec 51 at Neubiberg, Germany (2 injured, 1 fatality)
				35668 (67th TRW, 12th TRS) lost in Sunchon area May 15, 1952.
				35669 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35671 (B-26B) (MSN 28950) Modified as FA-26C. 363rd Tactical Reconnaissance Group, Langley AFB, VA. 
					Mid air collision with Piper J-3 N98586 one mile S of Biggs Field, TX 6Dec48. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 31Aug54. 
					Madden & Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL 1962. Registered 20Mar62 as N8033E. 
					Consolidated Air Parts Co, Los Angeles, CA 1966. Stored derelict unconverted at Tucson, AZ 1969/1972. 
					Registration cancelled 28Sep73.  Scrapped in early 1970s.
				35675 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
					12th TRS in Korea. (67th TRW, 12th TRS).  While returning from night photo
					recon mission in bad weather, landed short of runway at K-13 Oct 8, 1951 
				35676 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
					12th TRS in Korea.  To civil registry as N91355
				35677 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35678 (MSN 28957) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N3650A
				35679 to N7751B, cancelled 1958
				35680 (17th BW, 37th BS) crashed at Kyongsong near Yongdung-po,
					Korea Feb 27, 1953.
				35681 (MSN 28960) converted to On Mark Marketeer N60Y.  Later N160Y, N168Y, CF-VPR.
				35682 (MSN 28961) served in Korea with 17th BG (Light), 37th BS.  All black with "Cough Drop Special"
					painted on nose because four crew members had the last name of Smith.  
					To civil registry as N5181V, then D-CADU May 1964 and sold to Peruvian AF in 1967 as FAP 213.
				35683 to Turkey as 7421 in Mar 1948.  SOC Sep 1951 
				35684 to Turkey as 7419 in Mar 1948.  SOC Jan 1957 
				35686 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35687 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35688 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.  Crashed into
					sea off Inchon Aug 1951.
				35691 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 919.
				35692 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
					Dec 1961 under *Farm Gate*.  Shot
					down during strafing run Feb 3, 1963.
					May also apply to 44-35530.
				35696 (B-26B) MSN 28975) Delivered to USAAF 28May45. Douglas Modification Center, Tulsa, OK May45. 
					Kirtland Field, NM Jul45. Salinas Field, CA Aug45. Long Beach Field, CA Sep45. Love Field, Dallas, TX Sep45. 
					Grenada Field, MS Sep45. 4160th Base Unit, Hobbs Field, NM Dec45. 4127th Base Unit, McClellan AFB, CA Jun47. 
					Sacramento Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA Nov50. Stored. 
					Removed from storage Apr52. Modified as B-26C. 6400th Air Depot Wing, Far East Air Materiel Command (FEAMCOM), 
					Tachikawa, Japan Aug52. 95th Bomb Squadron, 17th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Miho AB, Japan Oct52. "My Mary Lou". 
					Flew over 100 combat missions. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54 for service in Indochina. 
					Returned to USAF 3Jul54. Shin Mitsubishi Plant, Komaki, Japan Jul54. Maintenance. 34th Bomb Squadron, 
					17th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Pusan East [K-9], Korea Oct54. Eglin AFB, FL Apr55. \
					345th Tactical Bombardment Group, Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB, VA Jul55. 122nd Bomb Squadron, 
					136th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Louisiana Air National Guard, New Orleans Lakefront Airport, LA Jan56. 
					Mobile Air Materiel Area, Brookley AFB, Mobile, AL Oct56. 122nd Bomb Squadron, 136th Fighter-Bomber Wing, 
					Louisiana Air National Guard, New Orleans Lakefront Airport, LA Feb57. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, 
					Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Jun57. Reclaimed Sep57. Registered 20Mar62 as N8036E. 
					Flown in pylon races at Mojave, CA 1978 & 1979, race #26 'Cotton Jenny'. Robert Collings/ Collings Foundation, 
					Stow, MA 30Sep85. On June 27, 1993 the aircraft collided with the ground in a field adjacent to a taxiway at the 
					Greater Kankakee Airport, Kankakee, Illinois, during takeoff. The aircraft was substantially damaged. 
					The aircraft was departing from an on-going airshow when the accident occurred. The pilot stated that at 
					approximately 140 MPH he performed liftoff and immediately began losing substantial power on the right engine. 
					The aircraft banked to the right and the right wingtip impacted the ground between the runway and taxiway.	
					Aviation Museum of Texas/Uvalde Aviation Museum, Garner Field, Uvalde, TX. Stored dismantled and 
					unrepaired [noted Jul11]. The identity seems to have been passed along to the rebuild in Uvalde, Texas 1998/99. 
				35697 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 921.
				35698 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion. later to N5001X.  
					Converted to On Mark Marksman N800V, N58071, N67623.
				35699 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35703 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
					in Dec 1961 with *Farm Gate*.  Transferred to Clark Field.  To Congo Aug 1964	
				35704 (B-26C) to MASDC for storage.  SOC Jul 1, 1958.  Ferry flight to St Joseph, MO for spares use.
					Purchased by Ace Smelting  Inc of Phoenix, AZ May 15, 1959. 
					Registered N3429G Jun 10, 1959.  Purchased by Aerok Enterprises Jan 12, 1960.  Purchased by Anchor Serum
					Company Oct 26, 1960.  Registratin cancelled Mar 2, 1961 as diamantled.
				35705 (MSN 28984)	Modified as RB-26C. Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 19Jul51. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 19Aug51 for service in Indochina. Escadrille de Reconnaissance Photographique 
					B 26 'Armagnac' [ERP B 26], Vietnam, Nov51; radio callsign F-UHJC. Named 'Porthos'. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; Radio callsign F-UHJC. 
					Crashed on landing at Cát Bi [Hai Phong], Vietnam April 10, 1954. SOC May54 .
				35707 to TB-26C, JTB-26C, GB-26C, JGB-26C, to B-26B.  Dropped
					from inventory due to flying accident Feb 1963.
				35708 (MSN 28987) Delivered to USAAF 25May45. Salinas Field, CA Sep45. Stored. 114th Bomb Squadron, 
					New York Air National Guard, Mitchell Field, NY Apr48. 114th Bomb Squadron, 106th Composite Group, 
					New York Air National Guard, Floyd Bennett Field, NY Aug50. 114th Bomb Squadron, 106th Bomb Wing, 
					Strategic Air Command, March AFB, CA Mar51. Warner Robins Air Material Area, Robins AFB, GA May51. 
					Sacramento Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, McClellan AFB, CA Jan52. Transferred to MDAP 
					project 000273 for France. Departed USA 19Nov51. SOC Mar52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 18Apr52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASO. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 10Nov55. 
					Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. On Mark Engineering Co, Van Nuys, CA 1963. 
					Converted to On Mark Marketeer corporate aircraft. Registered N5530V. Raytheon Manufacturing Co, Bedford, MA 1969. 
					Air Spray Ltd., Edmonton, ALB, Canada 25Oct76. Converted into a fire bomber by Aero Union. Tanker #10. 
					Registered 9Dec76 as C-GXGY. WFU 2004; stored at Red Deer, ALB. Registration cancelled 10Nov06. 
					Classic Aircraft Museum, Hillsboro, OR 2006. Registered 20Mar07 as N26PJ; current [Oct17]. 
					Painted in the colors used by the Oregon Air National Guard when they used A-26’s as target tow aircraft 1946 – 1950. 
					Converted from an A-26B to an A-26C by replacing the gun nose with the glass nose used by ‘C’ models. 
					In 2011 the plane was converted back to a “B” model.
					To N26PJ with Premier Jets, Hillsboro, OR
				35710 converted to On Mark Marketeer N7705C with Historic Invader of
					Las Vegas, NV.  Now operated from Schiphol Airport by Dutch owners.
					Now registered OO-INV still Dutch owned (Historic Invader Aviation, 
					J. Schatteman) serialled 435710 with tail code 58 and operated from 
					Schipol.  Certificate of Airworthiness was not granted by Belgian admnistration 
					the registration OO-INV was cancelled on 19 May 2000 and the aircraft 
					reverted to the registration N7705C with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, TX
				35713 (B-26B) to Brazil in 1957 as 5158.  Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn Aug 1972.
				35714 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  Returned to USAF at Hill AFB in 1962.
				35718 (MSN 28997)	HQ Squadron, Scott AFB, IL. Accident landing with mechanical failure at Greenville AFB, MS 15Apr51. 
					Designated TB-26B. 3578th Mission Support Squadron, 3575th Mission Support Group, Vance AFB, OK. 
					Damaged in collision on the ground at Vance AFB 23Jan54. 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, 
					Europe, Châteauroux, France. Stored. Armée de l'Air Française 30Aug60 as serial 44-35718. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Aug60 to Sep62. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France from Sep62 to Jul63; radio callsign F-UIJI. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Jul63 to Aug63. WFU Aug63. 
					Disposed of to La Service des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 16Jan64.				
				35721 to civil registry as N9425Z at Palm Springs Air Museum, CA.  By mid-1996 was 
					with Planes of Fame (East) at Minneapolis (still as N9425Z).
				35724 to civil registry as N7954C at Beale AFB, CA.  Now on display at Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham, Alabama
				35725 (MSN 29004) to civil registry as N800W, US Weather Bureau.  Scrapped at MASDC in 1971. 
				35726 (MSN 29005)	Modified as RB-26C. Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 19Jul51. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française Aug51 for service in Indochina. 
					Escadrille de Reconnaissance Photographique B 26 'Armagnac' [ERP B 26], Vietnam, Nov51. Named 'Aramis'.
					 Crashed offshore at Hu?, Vietnam after engine problems November 17, 1951. 
				35727 (B-26C) (MSN 29006) Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 3Mar52. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 12Mar52 for service in Indochina. Accident 4Apr53. SOC Nov53
				35729 (B-26C) (MSN 29008) Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 28Feb52. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Mar52 for service in Indochina. Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], 
					Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIR. Returned to USAF 22Oct55.  
				35730 (B-26C) to Chile in 1958 as 841?
				35732 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  This plane is now on outdoor display at 
					Warner Robins, GA.  Seen in a hangar at Warner Robins in 2009.  The plane on display has a flat
					top canopy, so it is unlikely that it is the actual 44-35732.
				35733 Built ca.1945, was redesignated as B-26C.  By 1950 it had been assigned to the 122nd Tactical Bombardment 
					Squadron of the Louisiana ANG, based at New Orleans.  About 1951 the plane was transferred to the 
					34th Bombardment Squadron, 17th Bombardment Wing (Light), Pusan West (K-9) Air Base, South Korea. 
					From there it spent the next two years flying night intruder missions, including on one where it 
					took heavy damage and as a result needed all new plexiglass near the nose and a new #1 engine and prop. 
					After the war ended in 1953, the plane was returned to the 122nd Bomb Squadron. It was flown to 
					the Air Force Museum in September 1957..
				35738 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA on night mission 12/27/50.
				35740 (B-26C) SOC Feb52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASF. Shot down April 26, 1954 over Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam
				35741 (MSN 29020) Modified as RB-26C. Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 19Jul51. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 19Aug51 for service in Indochina. 
					Escadrille de Reconnaissance Photographique B 26 'Armagnac' [ERP B 26], Vietnam, Nov51; radio callsign F-UHJE. 
					Named 'Milady', later as 'Aramis'. Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; 
					radio callsign F-UHJE. SOC May54. Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam.
					 Returned to USAF 14Oct55.
				35745 (452nd BW, 729th BS) crashed off end of runway while making a go-around Sep 3, 1951.
				35747 (B-26C) (MSN 29026) 102nd Bomb Squadron, 106th Bomb Group, New York Air National Guard, Floyd Bennett Field, NY. D
					Damaged by bomb blast at Range 18, McGuire AFB, NJ 2Oct49. Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. 
					Departed USA 24Feb52. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 5Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASB. 
					Returned to USAF 7Oct55.  
				35748 (B-26B) (MSN 29027) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 6Apr54 for service in Indochina. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Bourgogne' [GB 1/91], 
					Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RBLI. Crashed on landing at Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam June 9, 1954
				35749 (8th BS, 3rd BG) MIA during night mission 6/30/51.\
				35750 (MSN 29029)	108th Bomb Squadron, 126th Bomb Group, USAF Europe, Bordeaux-Mérignac, France. 
					Accident landing with mechanical failure at Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany 13Mar52. 
					71st Bomb Squadron, 38th Bomb Group, USAF Europe, Laon-Couvron, France. Fairey Aviation Company Ltd, 
					RAF Burtonwood, England. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 6Jul56. 
					Departed 18Sep56. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. Armée de l'Air Française 16Nov56 as serial 095. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Nov56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYU. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria 5Dec56. Destroyed 5Dec56
					Also reported as crashed near Sorn, Scotland Aug 13, 1956 during 
					delivery flight.  May have been AA serial number 8811-B.  USAF and AA
					serials uncertain.
				35752 (MSN 29031) Rolled of the line in 1945 too late to see action in WWII, but remained with the 
					Air Force, being redesignated B-26C in 1948. At sometime converted for training as a TB-26C until 
					retired to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ in April 1958.  Most likely it was with Air National Guard units 
					during that time.  It was purchased by the Rock Island Oil & Refining Co. of Wichita, KS, and 
					registered N8627E.  They started converting the plane to a Monarch 26 executive aircraft but 
					did not complete the conversion and it was left in open storage at Hutchinson, KS, until 1962 
					when it was sold to Hamilton Aircraft of Tucson, AZ.  In February 1963 it was sold to Donaire, Inc 
					of Phoenix and converted into a fire-bomber, a duty in which it continued until it was finally 
					retired.  Meanwhile, in 1970 it was sold to Thomas W. Hammon of Phoenix, and in May 1972 it 
					was sold to Kenting Aircraft of Toronto and registered CF-KBZ.  Conair Aviation of Abbotsford, BC 
					took over the plane in August 1973 and in 1979 had to change the registration to the new 
					version, C-FKBZ. The firefighting life ended on 1/15/88 when the plane was sold to Canadian 
					Warplane Heritage in Ontario.  They kept it for just over a year when on 5/8/89 it was sold to 
					Courtesy Aircraft of Rockford, IL and registered N81797.  By then it was marked as a WWII aircraft.  
					Courtesy sold it to Vern Rayburn of Boston, MA in 1989, and in 1991 he placed it in storage 
					with the Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum at Kissimmee, FL.  In March 2006, Mr. Rayburn 
					donated the plane to the Carolinas Aviation Museum at Charlotte, NC
				35753 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 824.
					Derelict at Antofagasta by late 1974.  Now a gate guard at Cerro Moreno
					air base with a fake serial (FAch 863).
				35754 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 835.
				35756 (MSN 29035) converted to TB-26C. 182nd Fighter Squadron, 136th Fighter Group, Brooks AFB, TX. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure on the Matagorda gunnery range, TX 19Nov49. 
					4th Target Tow Squadron, George AFB, CA. Damaged taxying at Larson AFB, WA 26Sep52. 
					Madden & Smith Aircraft Corp, Miami, FL 1964. Registered as N3479G.  
				35758 (3rd BW, 8th BS) MIA in night intruder mission Dec 28, 1950.
				35759 (MSN 29038) to civil registry as N5588A.  Reported derelict at Miami, FL
					Oct 1968.
				35760 (3rd BW, 13th BS) lost on night intruder mission Jun 5, 1952.
				35762 (MSN 29041) 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. Stored. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 18Jul60 as serial 44-35762. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Jul60 to Dec62; radio callsign F-UIWK. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Cazaux, France from Jun63 to Jan64; radio callsign F-UIJK. Stored 4Feb64 
				35763 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 923.
				35765 (MSN 29044) 3200th Proof Test Group, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin AFB, FL. Crash landed with mechanical 
					failure at Eglin 26Sep48. 73rd Air Depot Wing, Central Air Material Area, Europe, Châteauroux, France. Stored.
					TO Armée de l'Air Française 28Jul60 as serial 44-35765. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria Jul60; radio callsign F-UIJH. Accident November 28, 1961 in collision with 44-34411 
					during a night patrol over the Morice Line along the Algerian border. SOC 21Mar62   
				35766 delivered to USAAF Jun 4,1945.  405th BS, 38th BG, crashed on takeoff at Laon AB, France, due to engine failure on 
					8 Apr 1955 (3 crew uninjured).  Rebuilt as B-26K 64-17650 in 1964.
				35769 delivered to USAAF Jun 1, 1945.  to EB-26C, to JB-26C.
					To MASDC Oct 1958.  Dropped from inventory as salvage Sep 1961.
				35770 (B-26C) (MSN 29049)	Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 3Mar52. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 12Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 10Nov55.
				35771 (8th BS, 3rd BG) crashed on takeoff 9/26/50.
				35774 (B-26C) (MSN 29053) Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 24Feb52. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 5Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASC.
					 Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 3Dec55.
				35776 (B-26B) to Colombia in 1954 as FAC 2507. 
				35778 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1957 as FAC 2519.  On display at Museum at Eldorado Air Base.
				35780 on civil registry as N8021E
				35782 converted to B-26B. Participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  Returned to USAF at Hill AFB in 1962.
					Converted to RB-26L.  Sent to Vietnam in Mar 1963 under *Farm Gate*.  Terminated at Tainan
44-35783/35937		Douglas A-26C-50-DT Invader
				MSN 29062/29216
				35783 (452nd BG, 729th BS) shot down 3 mi N of Wonch Ang-ni, North Korea Apr 21, 1951.  3 crew MIA.
				35785 (MSN 29064)	Modified as RB-26C. Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 19Jul51. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 19Aug51 for service in Indochina. 
					Escadrille de Reconnaissance Photographique B 26 'Armagnac' [ERP B 26], Vietnam, Nov51; radio callsign F-UHJD. 
					Named 'd'Artagnan'. Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; radio callsign F-UHJH. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 22Oct55
				35787 (RB-26C) (MSN 29066) Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 24Feb52. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 5Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASD. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 10Nov55
				35788 (MSN 29067) redesignated B-26C and was involved in an accident in Hawaii in 1952, but by 1960 it 
					was in civilian hands: L.B Smith Aircraft Corp of Miami registered the plane as NL8058E.  
					He parked it at Charlotte, SC in 1962 and stored it unconverted.  In 1977 it was acquired by 
					John Stokes of San Marcos, TX and registered N8058E.  In 1981 it was acquired by Joe Mabee 
					of Midland, TX, and in November 1982 it was registered to the EAA Aviation Foundation at 
					Oshkosh, WI.  From 1987 to 1994 the plane underwent full restoration. Courtesy Aircraft Sales 
					of Rockford, IL acquired it in July 2000. In April 2001 the plane was acquired by A-26 Company Inc 
					of Van Nuys, CA and registered N126HK.  It again underwent restoration from 2002 to 2004.  
					In May 2014 the plane was acquired by Cactus Air Force Wings and Wheels Museum, Carson City, NV.
				35789 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35790 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5171. Refurbished 1968 still as B-26C, but later
					reconfigured as B-26B in Brazil.  Withdrawn Dec 1975.
				35791 (13th BS, 3rd BG) Class 26 accident 10/10/51
				35793 damaged in ground accident Jun 7, 1950 at Maxwell AFB, Alabama
				35794 w/o Apr 3, 1947 Chesterfield, USA
				35795 damaged Oct 1, 1954 at Tyndall AB, Florida
				35798 (B-26C) (MSN 29077) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIG. 
					Returned to USAF 22Oct55 .
				35799 w/o Jul 12, 1945, at Grand Prairie, Texas
				35804 converted to B-26B.  sent to Vietnam Aug 1962 under *Farm Gate*.
					Transferred to Clark Field. To Congo as 804 Aug 17, 1964
				35806 w/o in creash Jul 28, 1950 10 mi E of Langley, Virginia in midair with 44-34111?
				35808 (MSN 29087) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N8041E.
					Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969.  
				35810 (MSN 29089) to civil registry as N9403Z, in 1981 to Canada as C-GPUC 
					for AirSpray 1967 Ltd. of Edmonton, Alberta, CA.  Lost in hanger fire, 
					October 16, 2000 at Red Deer.  Registration cancelled Nov 7, 2000.
				35811 (B-26C) (MSN 29090) 140th Base Unit, 1st Air Force, Moody Field, GA. Damaged while parked by 
					Douglas A-26C 44-35855 taxying at Moody Field 29Jul45. 
					731st Bomb Squadron, 452nd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Itazuke AB, Japan. Accident landing at McClellan AFB, CA 12Jan51. 
					Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 8Mar51. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Crashed on takeoff from Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam June 19, 1951.
				35813 converted to RB-26C.  To Vietnam in May 1962 under *Farm Gate*.  To Air America as 745 Oct 1961.
					WFU Apr 1964.  Scrapped at Hill AFB.
				35817 (3rd BW, 13th BS) lost on night intruder mission
					between Sinanju/Phongyang, North Korea Jul 14, 1953.
				35818 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 925.
				35819 (MSN 29098)	Modified as RB-26C. Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 6Aug51. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 19Aug51 for service in Indochina. 
					Escadrille de Reconnaissance Photographique B 26 'Armagnac' [ERP B 26], Vietnam Nov51; 
					radio callsign F-UHJA. Named 'Athos'. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; radio callsign F-UHJD. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 14Oct55 .
				35820 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17671 in 1964.
				35821 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35822 converted to B-26B.  Sent to Vietnam
					Jun 1962 under *Farm Gate*.  
					Transferred to Clark Field April 1964.
					Crashed an burned at Khormasksar airfield, Aden
					on or about Aug 21, 1964 while on the way to the
					Congo for CIA operations
				35824 w/o in takeoff accident Apr 21, 1950 at WPAFB, Ohio.
				35826 (B-26C) (MSN 29105) 2515th Base Unit, Dodge City Field, KS. Accident landing with mechanical failure 
					8 miles W of Dodge City, KS 20Jun45. Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 28Feb52.
					 Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 10Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 22Oct55 and scrapped.
				35828 (B-26C) (MSN 29107) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIB. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria; radio callsign F-RBLF. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 7Oct55 and scrapped.
				35829 (B-26C) (MSN 29108) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Escadron de Reconnaissance Photographique 2/19 'Armagnac' [ERP 2/19]; radio callsign F-UHJU. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria; radio callsign F-RBLB. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 17Nov55  and scrapped.
				35830 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion.  To civil registry as N7745B
				35831 (B-26C) (MSN 29110) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 14Oct55 and scrapped.
				35833 delivered to USAAF Jun 15, 1945.  Dropped from inventory
					as surplus Oct 1960.
				35836 damaged May 19, 1951 at Shaw AFB, South Carolina
				35837 (B-26C) (MSN 29116) Transferred to MDAP project 000273 for France. Departed USA 24Feb52. 
					Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 5Mar52 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam; radio callsign F-RASE. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 10Nov55  and scrapped.
				35838 damage in landing accident Jul 18,1 946 at Eglin AFB, Florida
				35839 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35840 crashed on Mt Baldy, Montana in bad weather Sep 16, 1947.  Two crew killed.
				35844 (3rd BW) crew bailed out near Cho-do Jun 11, 1952.
				35845 participated in Bay of Pigs invasion
				35846 to RB-26C.  1st TRS, 10th TRG crashed on takeoff at Spangdahlem, Germany, 24 Oct 1954 (3 fatalities)
				35847 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17656 in 1964.
				35848 assigned to 162nd TRS (later 12th TRS, 67th TRG) in Korea.
				35855 converted to B-26B.  To Vietnam in
					Dec 1961 under *Farm Gate*.  Scrapped
					at Clark Field.
				35856 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 825?
				35857 (MSN 29136) to civil registry as N9300R.  To 
					Airspray (67) of Canada as CF-ZTC Oct 9, 1979, Air Spray #13, then C-FZTC 
				35858 (MSN 29137) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N8039E.
					Reported derelict at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
				35859 (MSN 29138)	Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45. Sacramento Air Materiel Area, Air Materiel Command, 
					McClellan AFB, CA. Stored. 3310th Technical Training Wing, Air Training Command, Scott AFB, IL Nov51. 
					Designated Mar52 as TB-26C. 3555th Pilot Training Wing, Air Training Command, Perrin AFB, TX Mar52. 
					Modified Jul52 as TB-26B. 3575th Pilot Training Wing, Air Training Command, Vance AFB, OK Apr53. 
					Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT Mar54. Modified as RB-26C. 1
					0th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, USAF Europe, Spangdahlem AB, West Germany May55. 
					Deployed to Rhein Main AB, Frankfurt, West Germany. 3131st Maintenance Group, 
					Air Materiel Command, Châteauroux, France Apr57. Stored. Surplus Dec57. To Armée de l'Air Française 16Jun60 
					as serial 44-35859. Centre d'Expériences Aériennes Militaires [CEAM], Mont-de-Marsan, France from
					Jul60 to Nov60. Modified as B-26APQ13 radar trainer by Union Aeromaritime de Transport (UAT), 
					Le Bourget, Paris, France. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France 
					from Nov60 to Jan67; radio callsign F-UKEY	SOC 27Mar68. Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), 
					Châteaudun, France 27Mar68. Stored. BA 106 Bordeaux-Mérignac, France. Preserved and on 
					display 1978/1998. Conservatoire de l'Air et de l'Espace d'Aquitaine, Bordeaux-Mérignac, France. 
					Dismantled for restoration 2000   
				35860 (MSN 29139) to civil registry as N8049E. Reported derelict
					at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
				35862 damaged in landint accident Jun 28, 1946 at Hill AFB, Utah
				35863 (B-26C) to Guatemala in 1960 as FAG 400?
				35864 w/o Nov 15, 1951 at Langley AFB, Virginia
				35865 converted to On Mark B-26K 64-17658.
				35867 (MSN 29146) to civil registry as N8035E.  Reported derelict
					at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
				35868 (B-26C) to MASDC for storage.  SOC Feb 3, 1958.  Registered N3475G Jun 10, 1959, cncelled Aug 10, 1959
					on export to Chile.
				35869 (3rd BW, 8th BS) aborted takeoff and overrran runway
					Dec 13, 1952.
				35870 (MSN 29149) to civil registry as N1471V.  Converted to On Mark Marksman
					as N320, later N99426.  Severely damaged at Tamiani by Hurricane
					Andrew in 1992.  Dismantled and stored.
				35872 (MSN 29151) registered as N9301R with Aircraft Specialties of
					Phoenix, AZ.  Crashed May 16, 1969
				35873 to VB-26C.  Damaged in landing accident in poor weather
					at Key Field, MS May 19, 1950.
				35874 (452nd BW, 730th BS) either hit by AAA or hit power line
					Pakchon, North Korea Dec 2, 1950.
				35875 (MSN 29154) to civil registry as N4816E.  To Airspray (67) of Canada initially as 
					CF-PGF, later as C-FPGF
				35877 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 834?
				35880 (MSN 29159) to civil registry as N8048E.  Reported derelict
					at Tucson, AZ Nov 1969
				35882 (3rd BW, 13th BS) shot down by AAA May 17, 1953.
				35884 (13th BS, 3rd BG) lost in accident 6/11/52 over
					Chodo Island.  Crew bailed out.  There is a conflict, since this plane is also listed as
					being on display at Selfrige ANGB.
				35885 to RB-26C.  7499th Support Squadron ditched into river Rhine on 5 Aug 1952 near Mainz (2 fatalities, 2 survived)
				35886 to civil registry as N7194C.
				35887 (452nd BW, 34th BS) lost while returning from night
					intruder mission Jul 23, 1952.
				35888 (MSN 29167) registered as N4810E to Military Aircraft
					Restoration Corp of Anaheim, CA.
				35889 (MSN 29168) converted to RB-26C.  To civil registry as N8037E.
					Crashed Roosevelt AZ Jun 28, 1964
				35890 converted to B-26B.  to Vietnam in Aug 
					1962 under *Farm Gate*.  Transferred to Clark Field.  To Congo as 890 Aug 1964.
				35891 (B-26C) (MSN 29170) Registered as N12787. SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina.
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIF. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/25 'Tunisie' [GB 1/25], Cat Bi [Haï Phong], Vietnam. 
					Returned to USAF 14Oct55. Registered 1964 as N34962, later N12787
				35892 (B-26C) (MSN 29171) Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 1Jul54 for service in Indochina. Returned to USAF 23Aug54. 
					3rd Bomb Wing, 5th Air Force, Johnson AB, Japan from 1955 to 1966. Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					from Dec56  to 1958. Rock Island Oil & Refining Co., Wichita, KS 11Jun58. Planned conversion to Rock Island Monarch 26 
					corporate aircraft not commenced. Open storage at Hutchinson, KS. Registered as N4811E. Consolidated Aero Export Corp, 
					Los Angeles, CA 1969. Registration cancelled 17Jul72. Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, CO May72.
					 Preserved and on display there   			
				35893 (MSN 29172) to civil registry as N4812E, in 1974 to Canada as C-GHCC for AirSpray 
					1967 Ltd. of Edmonton, Alberta, CA. Was Air Spray 31.  Lost in hanger fire, October 16, 2000 at Red Deer.  
					Registration cancelled Nov 7, 2000.  Disassembled in field north of Air Spray
					hangar.
				35894 to RB-26C.  7499th Support Squadron crashed on 31 Jul 52 near Innsbruck, Austria (all 4 survived)
				35896 was too late for action in WWI. After WWII it remained in USAF service, and in 1948 was redesignated as B-26C. 
					Eventually it went to the 149th Bombardment Squadron (Light) of the Virginia ANG at Richmond. 
					In early 1961 it was loaned to the CIA, who trained Cubans to fly it in the Bay of Pigs invasion 
					in April 1961. After the invasion failed, the USAF took it back and assigned it to the 2849th Air 
					Base Wing at Hill AFB, UT. In 1964 it was remanufactured as B-26K 64-17640..
				35898 (MSN 29177) to civil registry as N3328G.  To Airspray (67) of Red Deer, Alberta,
					Canada as CF-PGP May 14, 1971.  Later C-FPGP.  Sold to user in Australia Oct 2005.
					Registration VH-VNI reserved Dec 2007, taken up by Aviation
					Investments P/L of Archerfield Jan 4, 2008
				35900 (B-26C) (MSN 29179) 180th Bomb Squadron, 131st Composite Wing, Missouri Air National Guard, 
					Rosecrans Memorial Airport, MO. Damaged in a ground collision 10 miles SE of Manhatten, KS 13Mar51. 
					Ogden Air Materiel Area, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT. Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 10Aug56. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 21Feb57 as serial 1203-C. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], 
					Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Feb57 to Mar57. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria Mar57; radio callsign F-UIWL. Renumbered 44-35900 in March 1959. 
					Missing at sea 31Dec60  
				35901 (B-26C) converted to TB-26C.  On civil registry as N91351.  Registration cancelled
					Apr 19, 2004 as 'sale reported' Jan 14, 1977. Seen Dec 1980 at Tucson
					Apt as TB-26C with no engines.
				35902 (B-26C) to Brazil in 1958 as 5172. 
					Refurbished 1968.  Withdrawn Dec 1968.
				35904 rebuilt as B-26K 64-17647 in 1964.
				35905 on civil registry as N9400Z
				35906 (B-26C) to Chile in 1945 as 818.
				35908 delovered to USAAF Jun 26, 1945.  (B-26C) to Chile 
					in 1958 as 845. Converted into B-26D.  Survived collision 
					with FACh 812 Nov 16, 1962. Retired Nov 16, 1964.
				35910 (MSN 29189_ to civil registry as N26A
				35911 (MSN 29190, B-26C) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina.. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIE. 
					Returned to USAF 22Oct55. Pacific Air Force Command Depot (SMPAR), Clark AFB, Philippines. Stored 1955. 
					To Rock Island Oil & Refining Co., Wichita, KS Mar57. Purchased at Clark AFB 18Mar57. 
					Converted to prototype Rock Island Monarch 26 corporate aircraft. Registered Mar57 as N6840D. First flight Sep59. 
					Substantially damaged with the nose landing gear locked up landing at Will Rogers Airport, Oklahoma City, OK 8Dec67. 
					Still flying in 1992.  Sold in 2000 to George Lancaster and flown
					in Korean War black night interdictor scheme, named *Spirit of N. C.*
					Registration expired 31Oct14 .
				35912 converted to B-26B.  To Vietnam in Jan 1963 under *Farm Gate*.
					Scrapped at Taipei.
				35913 converted to On Mark Marketeer N3522G, later N303W, then N303WC.  Now on display at 
					Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, Texas.  Registered to Guy Counselam of Topeka, KA as N303WC.
				35915 (452nd BW, 729th BS) MIA Feb 21,1951.
				35918 (MSN 29197) to storage at Davis Monthan 1957.  To civil registry as N7953C with
					the Beech Aircraft Corp for air-to-air refueling trials, then TI-1040L (for Costa Rica), then
					TI-1040P, then to nominal registration HR-276 in 1969, to Honduran military as FAH 276
					then 510.  Then to N2781G for Kelly AFB, TX for display in their museum.  Transferred to 
					Lackland AFB, Texas where it is now displayed as BC-918, the Versatile Lady, later marked as 
					434287, BC-287, "A", "Versatile Lady"
				35919 (B-26C) to Chile in 1957 as 833.
				35920 modified to RB-26 status for 162nd TRS in 1950, later the
					12th TRS in Korea.
				35921 to civil registry as N3704G
				35922 (452nd BW, 728th BS) crashed into sea after takeoff N of Natsue,
					Honshu, Japan Dec 20, 1950.
				35923 on display at Louisville, KY
				35925 (3rd BW, HQ, 3rd BW) MIA on night intruder mission Jul 25, 1952.
				35926 (B-26C) (MSN 29205) Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 
					Transferred to MDAP project 6B541 for France. SOC 8Aug56. Armée de l'Air Française 28Sep56 as serial 1229. 
					Centre d'Instruction des Equipages de Bombardement B-26 [CIEB 329], Oran La Sénia, Algeria from Oct56 to Dec56; 
					radio callsign F-UIYF. Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Jan57 to Mar62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWF. Renumbered 44-35926 in March 1959. Converted to B-26N in 1962.  Escadrille de Chasse de Nuit 1/71 [ECN 1/71], 
					Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Mar62 to Sep62. Escadron d'Instruction a la Chasse de Nuit 346 [EICN 346], 
					Tours, France from Sep62 to Nov63. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], 
					Cognac, France from Nov63 to May64. Escadrille de Chasse de Nuit 2/30 'Camargue' [ECN 2/30], 
					from May64 to May65. SOC 16Sep65. Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), Châteaudun, France. Stored. 
				35927 (B-26C) (MSN 29206) SOC Dec50. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 3Jan51 for service in Indochina. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam; radio callsign F-UHIA. 
					Lost off Hon Dau island [Hai Phong], Vietnam November 6, 1953 .				
				35928 (MSN 29207, B-26C) to Peruvian AF in 1956 as FAP 579.  Renumbered FAP 218 in 1960.
				35930 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 927.
				35931 (TB-26B, VB-26C) to Guatemala as FAG 408(?) in 1960.
				35932 (B-26C) to Colombia in 1956 as FAC 2509.
				35933	 US Aircraft Section, Air Materiel Command, Freeman Field, Seymour, Indiana. Set aside for 
					proposed USAAF aviation museum. Flown to the aircraft storage area, 803rd Special Depot at 
					Orchard Place Airport, Park Ridge, Illinois May 1946.
				35937 (B-26B) to Chile in 1958 as 846.  Converted into B-26D.  Reported as
					gate guard at El Bosque AB, Santiago.  This plane is now on display since Apr 1997 
					at Jackson Barracks Military Museum, New Orleans, Louisiana.
44-35938/35947		Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29217/29226
				35938 (MSN 29217) converted to RB-26C.  Converted to On Mark 
					Marketeer N4203A.  Also N510X, N516X, D-BACA.  D-BACA made
					wheels-up landing at Stuttgart Aug 11, 1970 but repaired
					and crashed on landing at Zurich Feb 23, 1973.
					Burned for fire practice at Zurich Jul 5, 1973.
				35939 (13th BS, 3rd BG, 5th AF, "Noop Gnat II") crashed at Kunsan {K-8}, Korea during night training
					flight Oct 2, 1951.  Making a single-engine landing, the
					nose gear warning light turned on and the pilot attempted a
					single-engine go around.  Asymetrical thrust wrapped the
					airplane up and it cartwheeled, throwing the instructor pilot
					from the plane and killing the passenger.
				35941 (731st BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 11/30/50.
				35942 w/o Oct 5, 1951 O'Shima Isle, Japan when ran out of fuel
				35943 w/o Dec 1, 1951 near Aylett, Virgina
				25944 to Cuba Nov 1956 as FAEC 929
				35945 (MSN 29224) Reported 1974 at King County AP, Seattle, WA
44-35948/35952		Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29227/29231
				Completed and delivered but not taken on USAAF charge.
				35948 (MSN 29227) This plane left the production line after WWII ended so the Army Air Force took delivery 
					in October 1945 but sent it directly to the Reconstruction Finance Corporation at Kingman, AZ, 
					on 10/26/45 to be sold. It was first purchased with 21 others by Charles H. Babbb of Glendale, 
					California, who sold them all off as a dealer. This one was registered NL67164, and was ferried 
					to Glendale.  In 1954 it was sold to Stanolind Oil & Gas Co. of Tulsa, OK, as N67164, and 
					in 1961 it was sold to Pan American Petroleum Corp. of Tulsa who registered it as N1244.  
					Both companies used it as a corporate aircraft.  Pan American had the plane converted by 
					On Mark with wing tip fuel tanks and spar modifications.  On 5/31/65 the plane was sold to 
					Standard Oil (Indiana) in Chicago, who sold it to Nine Ten Corp, also of Chicago, who
					registered the plane as N910H. They sold the plane in 1966 to an unknown owner who landed 
					the plane gear up in Tulsa on 7/6/67 due to a malfunction of the hydraulic system.  
					On 9/10/68 The plane was acquired by the Hamilton Aircraft Company of Tucson, AZ, and 
					registered N161H.  Motorola Inc. of Scottsdale, AZ, became the next owner in 1969, and 
					they installed a side-looking radar belly antenna. It was then taken over by Grumman Ecosystems 
					of Bethpage, NY, for electronic survey work.  On 9/5/74 the plane was sold to Associated Products 
					of Cape May, NJ.  The registration was canclled on 12/17/74, and apparently the plane was 
					withdrawn from service.  In July 1975 the plane was registered C-GHLX by Conair Aviation Ltd of 
					Abbotsford, BC. They had the On Mark tip tanks and spar modifications removed, and converted 
					the plane to a fire-tanker.  On 7/15/87 the plane was sold to Air Spray (1967) Ltd at 
					Red Deer (later Edmonton) Alberta. In 2007 the plane was withdrawn from use at Red Deer 
					and put up for sale.  On 5/19/90 the plane was taken over by the Champaign Aviation Museum 
					and registered as N381EC on 6/19/90. It is based with them at Urbana, OH. It had served for 64 years!
				35949 converted to Le Tourneau B-26 N67165.  Crashed near Gregg County Airport, Longview, TX Jun 19, 1954.
				35950 (MSN 29229) converted to Aero Trades B-26 N67148.  Crashed 
					near Union City, OK Oct 3, 1955
				35951 to civil registry as N33674, N37493
				35952 (cn 29231) to civil registry as NX67166, N1S, N4984N, N4984U?
44-35953		Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29232.  Douglas Aircraft Co, Los Angeles, CA 1945. Registered as NX67150, later as NL67150. 
					Registered as XB-KUX. . To CEV in France in 1953 as Z002, then 150.  To Armée de l'Air Française 7Jul60 as serial 44-35953 in 1960. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Oran La Sénia, Algeria Jul60; radio callsign F-UIJA. 
					Destroyed in collision with 44-34521 and 44-35228 March 4, 1963  
44-35954		Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29233.  Cancelled before completion
44-35955		Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29234 on civil registry as N8394H.  Deregistered May 23, 1997 and is
					in open storage, partially disassembled.  To N2923Y
44-35956		Douglas A-26-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29235 
				Completed and delivered but not taken on USAAF charge.  Became NX37482.
					Flew in Bendix race of 1946
44-35957/35996		Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29236/29275
				35957 (MSN 29236) 84th Bomb Squadron, 47th Bomb Group, Lake Charles Field, LA. 
					Damaged by bird strike 26 miles ESE of Lake Charles 9Apr46. Damaged taxying at Bolling Field, DC 25Jul46. 
					Damaged by mechanical failure at Lake Charles 13Sep46. 4400th Combat Crew Training Squadron, 
					4400th Combat Crew Training Group, Tactical Air Command, Langley AFB, VA. Damaged taking off with 
					structural failure at Chanute AFB, IL 7Sep52. Damaged taking off at Langley 12Jun53. 
					To Armée de l'Air Française 7Jun60 as serial 44-35957. Centre d'Expériences Aériennes Militaires [CEAM], 
					Mont-de-Marsan, France from Jul60 to Nov60. Modified as B-26APQ13 radar trainer by Union Aeromaritime de Transport (UAT), 
					Le Bourget, Paris, France. Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France f
					rom Nov60 to Apr67; radio callsign F-UKEZ. WFU Apr67. Entrepôt de l'Armée de l'Air 601 (EAA 601), 
					Châteaudun, France. Stored. SOC 21Nov67 .
				35958 (90th BS, 3rd BG) destroyed on take off 8/31/1951
					 at K-8 Kunsan Korea killing 90th Bomb Sqdn CO.
					 L/Col James H. Moyer
				35961 (3rd BW, 90th BS) hit by AAA and landed in paddy Apr 1, 1953.
				35962 (47th BG) destroyed along with 44-35973 in crash at Great Falls, MT Aug 9, 1946
				35963 to Guatemala as 400(?) in 1960.
				35964 (MSN 29243) to civil registry as N4813E.  Crashed at Cimarron, NM Jun 26, 1988
				35968 used as spare parts source for Operation
					*Haik* in May/Jun 1958.  Most
					likely abandoned in Indonesia.
				35969 (B-26C) sold on civilian market as N8628E.
					To Brazil in 1969 as 5175.  Withdrawn 1975.
				35971 (3rd BW) crashed at K-9 in Korea Oct 1952.
				35972 (731st BS, 3rd BG) MIA after night mission 2/12/51.
				35973 (47th BG) destroyed along with 44-35962 in crash at Great Falls, MT Aug 9, 1946.
				35974 (731st, 3rd BG) MIA 4/26/51 in night mission.
				35975 (MSN 29254) 3201st Air Base Group, Air Proving Ground Command, Eglin AFB, FL. 
					Accident taking off after engine failure at Carswell AFB, Fort Worth, TX 5Apr50. 
					3578th Mission Support Squadron, 3575th Mission Support Group, Vance AFB, OK. 
					Crash landed at Vance 21Apr53. Designated as TB-26B. To Armée de l'Air Française 7Aug59 as serial 44-35975. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Aug59 to Jan64; radio callsign F-UKEF. 
					WFU Jan64. Disposed of to La Service des Domaines (Government Property Agency) 4Feb64.
				35985 (13th BS, 3rd BG) crashed at K-13 on single-engined
					GCA approach 7/29/51.
				35986 (MSN 29265) delivered to USAAF Jul 20, 1945.  To civil registry as N6382T.  Reported
					1980 as ground instructional airframe at Detroit-Metro AP
					Technical School.  On display at Selfridge ANGB, MI, marked 
					as 44-35884
				35988 to Cuba in 1956 as FAEC 931.
				35989 (MSN 29268) Armée de l'Air Française 17Nov60 as serial 44-35989. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Nov60 to Sep62. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France from Sep62 to Jul63; radio callsign F-UIJF. 
					Centre d'Instruction du Bombardement 328 [CIB 328], Cognac, France from Jul63 to Mar64. WFU Mar64. SOC 29Apr65.
				35991 (B-26C) (MSN 29270) SOC Feb54. Loaned to Armée de l'Air Française 16Feb54 for service in Indochina.
					.Groupe de Bombardement 1/19 'Gascogne' [GB 1/19], Tourane [Da Nang], Vietnam. Returned to USAF 10Nov55.
				35994 converted to TB-26C.  To civil registry as N4822E.  Scrapped at Tucson 1973
				35996 (MSN 29275) 8th Bomb Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, 5th Air Force, Kunsan [K-8], Korea. 
					Accident landing with mechanical failure at Kunsan 12Sep51. To Armée de l'Air Française 12Oct60 as serial 44-35996. 
					Groupe de Bombardement 1/91 'Gascogne' [GB 1/91], Bône-les-Salines, Algeria from Oct60 to Sep62; 
					radio callsign F-UIWB. Groupe de Bombardement 2/91 'Guyenne' [GB 2/91], Cazaux, France from Sep62 to Feb64; radio callsign F-UIJE. 
					WFU Feb64. SOC 29Apr65.
44-35997/36047		Douglas A-26C-55-DT Invader
				MSN 29276/29326
				Most were cancelled before completion.  Those
					that were completed were scrapped before delivery.
				35999 (MSN 29278) To civil registry as N5052N, converted
					to Lockheed Air Services Super 26, later to N52NM, XB-SIJ, then to Air Spray (67) Ltd
					of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada as C-GQPZ.   It had been a parts source, but was also damaged
					in the Oct 16, 200 hangar fire.  The serial number for this plane
					must be wrong, since this batch did not exist.  The serial number 44-35999 and the MSN 
					are based on the assumption that 1302 is the fuselage number.
44-36048/36097		Douglas A-26C-60-DT Invader
				MSN 29327/29376
				Most were cancelled before completion.  Those that were 
					completed were scrapped before delivery.
44-36098/36797		Douglas A-26C Invader
				MSN 29377/30076.  Cancelled contract.
44-36798/37996		Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26C Invader
44-37997/39197		Cancelled contracts
44-39198/39298		Consolidated C-87-CF Liberator Express
				MSN 1/101
				39198/39202 to USN as RY-2 39013/39017.
				39203 disappeared flying the Hump 9/24/1944.  Plane
					found near Dafflaghur Tea Estate, India 11/4/1944.
					All 4 crew killed.
				39204 (133rd TCW) lost May 8, 1945.  MACR 14393
				39205 suffered takeoff accident at Jorhat,India Jun 2, 1944,
					consequences not known.
				39207 suffered ground accident at Jorhat, India Jul 24, 1944,
					details and consequences not known.
				39208 crashed at Yefonchang, China Nov 13, 1944.
				39209 sufferedtaxying accident at Jorhat, India Nov 19, 1944,
					consequences not known.
				39211 crashlanded at Tezpur, India Dec 14, 1944
				39214 crashlanded at Chengkung, China Aug 27, 1944
				39215 suffered takeoff accident at Chengkung, China Jul 28, 1944,
					consequences not known.
				39216 suffered taxying accident at Hsingchiang, China Dec 17, 1944,
					consequences not known.
				39218 suffered landing accident at Kunming, China Mar 6, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39219 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW611.  Registered G-AKAG Jun 25, 1947 for ferry flight
					to College of Aeronautics, Cranfield where it was used as an 
					instructional airframe.  Registration G-AKAG officially cancelled
					Oct 6, 1949.  RAF record card says aircraft was sold Apr 9, 1948
					despite it being registered G-AKAG Jun 25, 1947.  Was
					instructional airframe at Cranfield from 1949 to 1958,
					then moved to Aylesbury and scrapped in 1959.
				39220 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW612.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39221 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW613.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39222 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW614.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39223 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW615.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39224 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW616.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39225 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW617.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39226 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW618.  Caught fire on approach
					to Shaibah Aug 8, 1945.  Burned out after landing
				39228 suffered landing accident at Hsinching, China Feb 12, 1945
				39230 suffered takeoff accident at Jorhat, India Sep 10, 1944,
					consequences not known.
				39231 crashed at Hsingching, China Feb 5, 1945.
				39233 crashed due to engine failure 50 mi SE of Jorhat,
					India Sep 6, 1944.  MACR 8114
				39235 suffered landing accident at Tezpur, India Feb 6, 1946 (date
					uncertain), consequences not known.
				39236 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW619.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39237 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW620.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39239 suffered landing accident at Chengkung, China Dec 13, 1944,
					consequences not known.
				39240 suffered landing accident at Hsinching, China Feb 20, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39241 suffered ground accident at Kunming, China Sep 13, 1945,
					details and consequences unknown.
				39242 suffered taxying accident at Kunming, China Jan 15, 1945,
					consequences not known
				39243 (ICW) lost Dec 5/6, 1944.  MACR 10086
				39244 crashed 2 mi SW of Jorhat, India Sep 6, 1944
				39246 lost Sep 16, 1944, Burma.  MACR 8614
				39248 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW621.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
					To Indian AF as HE843
				39249 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW622.  Crashed in sea off
					Cocos Islands Aug 30, 1945 after engine failed on takeoff.
				39250 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW623.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				39251 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW624.  Lost height while
					practicing feathering Dec 12, 1945 and crashed into
					trees 2 mi NW of Negombo
				39252 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW625.  SOC Nov 28, 146
				39253 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW626.  Flew into hill 4 mi
					W of Lagens after takeoff Mar 14, 1945.
				39254 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW627.  Crashed during overshoot,
					Mauripur Dec 20, 1944.
				39255 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW628.  Flew into Standing
					Stones Hill, Northern Ireland at night Jan 30, 1945.
				39256 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW629.  DBR when undershot
					landing at Ondal Dec 16, 1945.
				39257 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW630.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				39258 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW631.  Wrecked when struck
					trees on takeoff from Mascot Jul 19 1945.
				39259 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW632.  Relegated to ground
					instructional airframe with serial 4956M Dec 1944.
					Presumably subsequently scrapped.
				39260 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW633.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				39261 to RAF as Liberator C.VII EW634.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
					To Indian AF as HE712
				39264 suffered landing accident at Jorhat, India Sep 4, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39265 (133rd TCG) lost May 5, 1945, India.  MACR 14361
				39267 suffered ground accident at Kunming, China Jul 5, 1945,
					details and consequences not known.
				39269 suffered taxying accident at Jorhat, India Feb 24, 1945,
					consequencesnot known.
				39271 suffered landing accident at Chanyi, China Mar 14, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39272 suffered taxying accident at Kunming, China Mar 3, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39273 suffered landing accident at Jorhat, India Jul 22, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39274 suffered taxying accident at Jorhat, India Feb 4, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39276 suffered taxying accident at Jorhat, India Feb 5, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39277 crashed 30 mi N of Kunming, China Dec 19, 1944.  MACR 10617
				39278 crashed 2 mi SW of Jorhat, India Nov 12, 1944.
				39279 (1237th AAF BU) crashed short of landing strip at Luliang,
					China Jan 25, 1945.  All four onboard killed.
				39281 suffered landing accident at Luliang, China Mar 14, 1945.
				39282 suffered takeoff accident at unknown location Aug 27, 1945
				39283 suffered landing accident at Kunming, China Aug 7, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39285 suffered taxying accident at Tezpur, Inida Jan 2, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39287 hit 50 feet below the top of Pao Tin Shan mountain at night near Ipin, China Nov 8, 1944 on cargo flight 
					over the Hump from Jorhat, India to Chengtu, China.  4 crew killed.  MACR 9720.
				39288 suffered taxying accident at Kunming, China Sep 18, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39289 crashlanded 1 mi SW of Jorhat, India Dec 16, 1944
				39294 suffered landing accident at Jorhat, India Sep 4, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39295 crashlanded at Kunming, China Mar 5, 1945.
				39296 suffered taxying accident at Hsinching, China Jul 11, 1945.
				39297 in ground accident at Hsinching, China Jul 22, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				39298 suffered landing accident at Jorhat, India Sep 4, 1945,
					consequences not known.
				I have seen a photo which shows a line of C-87s being built with the last one being 44-39308.
44-39299/40048		Cancelled contracts