1944 USAAF Serial Numbers (44-40049 to 44-70254)


Last revised November 9, 2016


44-40049/40148		Consolidated B-24J-145-CO Liberator
				MSN 3985/4084
				40050 (492nd BG, 859th BS, "Super Wolf") shot down over 
					Bernberg, Germany Jul 7, 1944.  7 KIA, 2 POW.  MACR 7228
				40051 (446th BG, 706th BS, *Bust-Er*) returned to USA
				40053 (492nd BG, 859th BS, "Sweat'er Gal") lost Jun 18, 
					1944 over North Sea.  MACR 8235.  8 KIA, 2 POW.
				40054/40063 to USN as PB4Y-1 32301/32310
				40064 originally to 492nd BG, 858th BS, reassigned
					Jun 20, 1944 to 859th BS, reassigned to 856th BS 
					Jun 23, 1944.  Lost Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 8199.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				40065 (492nd BG, 858th BS, "Silver Lady") lost over 
					Brunswick May 19, 1944.  MACR 5247
				40066 originally to 492nd BG, 858th BS, transferred May 1944
					to 458th BG, 753rd BS.  Modified as Azon plane (radio 
					controlled bombs).  Salvaged Nov 14, 1944 with 458th BG, 
					753rd BS
				40067 originally with 492nd BG, 856th BS, "Big Fat Mama".  Aug 1944
					transferred to 466th BG, 579th BS.  Lost Sep 5, 1944.
				40068 originally with 492nd BG, 859th BS.  Aug 1944 strasferred to 
					467th BG, 708th BS.   Lost Feb 17, 1945, North Sea.  MACR 12431
				40070 (467th BG, 790th BG, *Mademoiselle Zig Zag*) set on fire at Brussels/Melsbroek, 
					Belgium by strafing during Operation Bodenplatte Jan 1, 1945.  Salvaged.
				40072 ("Big Time Operator") originally for 492nd BG, 857th BS, transferred
					Aug 19, 1944 to 489th BG, 846th BS.  Nov 11, 1944 transferred
					to 453rd BG, 734th BS, Apr 11, 1945 transferred to 466th BG
				40073 (853rd BS, 491st BG, *Ark Angel*) shot down on mission to Misburg Nov 26, 1944.  All crew KIA.
					MACR 10764.
				40074/40083 to USN as PB4Y-1 32311/32320
				40085 (389th BG, 567th BS) shot up by German intruder while on landing approacy to
					Hethel apr 22, 1944, crashed into airfield radar building and burned out.
					All crew escaped but two people in the building were killed.
				40086 (492nd BG, 858th BS, reassigned to 856th BS Jun 20, 1944) 
					shot down Jul 7, 1944 on Bernburg mission.  MACR 7831.  Exploded
					with everyone inside, 9 KIA.
				40087 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "Sweet Chariot") lost May 11, 1944 when
					crashlanded near Bury St. Edmonds, England.  1 killed, 3 injured,
					7 OK.  Believed salvaged at 389th BG.
				40088 (492nd BG, 857th BS, "My Dying Ass") lost May 19, 1944, Brunswick, Germany.  MACR 5246.
					5 KIA, 4 POW
				40089 (855th BS, 491st BG, 8th AF) at Metfield, UK Apr 25, 1944 to Aug 15, 1944.  Moved to
					North Pickenham Aug 15, 1944.  Plane crashed NW of Paris Sep 13, 1944 while coming
					back from bombing mission due to battle damage.  All crew bailed out safely.
				40091 (376th BG) lost Jun 26, 1944, Austria.  MACR 6170
				40092 (389th BG, 565th BS, *Betty Jane*) pilot gave order for crew to bail out after they
					were hit by AAA over Misburg, but the pilot and copilot elected to try and fly the
					plane back to England, which they did.  Remaining 9 crew POW.  Plnae returned to USA 
					July 1945.  Presumably scrapped.
				40093 (466th BG, 786th BS) interned in Sweden Jun 21, 1944.  MACR 6164.
				40094/40097 to USN as PB4Y-1 32321/32324
				40098 (44th BG, 68th BS, "Lone Ranger") shot down by flak Aug 24, 1944
					during mission against Focke-Wulf factor at Hannover-Langenhagen,
					Germany.  MACR 8273.  Plane crashed about 3 NM NE of 
					Peine in an open field All crew bailed out, but one was shot
					by a farmer and two by German officers. All others POW.
				40099 (448th BG, 712th BS, later 714th BS, "Tarfu II") shot down by 
					Me 262s of JG 7 and exploded during mission to Buchen
					Mar 25, 1945, wreckage fell to earth at Schneverdingen.  
					MACR 13547.  8 KIA, 1 POW.
				40101 (491st BG, 855th BS, "Tubarao") declared war weary after only 20 combat
					missions and became group formation assembly ship, replacing 44-40165
				40102 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "Heaven Can Wait") interned in Switzerland May 27, 1944.  MACR 5209.  Flown by Swiss crew
					from Geneva to Payerne Oct 7, 1944 where it remained for the rest of the war.
					Returned Oct 1, 1945.
				40103 (492nd BG, 858th BS, reassigned Jun 20, 1944 to 857th BS, "Say When") 
					interned in Sweden on Politz mission Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 7072
				40105 (392nd BG, 579th BS) shot down Apr 24, 1944 over Kortrijk, Belgium.  MACR 4292
				40106 (492nd BG, 857th BS) interned in Sweden on Politz mission Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 7073
				40107 (448th BG, 714th BS) shot down over Sassey, France 
					Jun 10, 1944 during raid on Evreaux.  6 KIA, 4 POW.  MACR 5630
					40107 also listed as being damaged Oct 1944 after 20 missions, not repaired until Dec.  
					After repairs declared unfit to fly combat and used as 491st assembly ship.
				40108 (491st BG, 855th BS) lost Nov 26 1944, Germany.  MACR 11155
				40109 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Feb 14, 1945, Holland.  One KIA, 8 POW.  MACR 12340
				40110 (492nd BG, 859th BS) lost Jul 7, 1944 on Bernburg mission.  MACR 7229.  1 KIA, 11 POW
				40112 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "Flak Happy") hit by Flak over Politz, the whole crew bailed
					except for the pilot who reached Sweden and bailed out,
					the plane crazshed into a mountain.  Pilot interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 7074.
					8 KIA, 2 POW, 1 interned.
				40113 *Gamblin' Lady" originally for 492nd BG, 857th BS, Aug 1944
					transferred to 93rd BG, 329th BS.  Jan 1945 converted to Pathfinder
					and transferred to 490th BS.  Returned to USA 1945.
				40115 (492nd BG, 858th BS, "Militant Mistress") lost May 29, 1944 on Politz mission.
					MACR 5222.  1 KIA, 9 POW.
				40116 "Tobasco Keeds" originally for 492nd BG, 856th BS, transferred
					Aug 1944 to 93rd BG, 409th BS.  Returned to USA 1945.
				40117 (491st BG, 852nd BS) lost Nov 26, 1944.  MACR 11156
				40118 "We'll Get By" originally for 492nd BG, 857th BS, May 1944
					transferred to 458th BG, 752nd BS.  Oct 1944 reassigned to 753rd BS.
					Mar 4, 1945, as group was getting ready for a mission, a waist
					gunner on 42-50565 accidentally fired a few rounds from his gun.
					The bullets hit 40118, causing its gas tank and incendiary bombs
					to ignite.  The explosion caused damage to 9 other planes, but
					no serious casualties were sustained.  Salvaged May 14, 1945.
				40119 "Night Knight" originally for 492nd BG, 858th BS, Jun 20, 1944
					reassigned to 856th BS, Aug 1944 transferrred to 93rd BG, 329th BS.
					Returned to USA 1945.
				40120 "That's All Brother" originally for 492nd BG, 859th BS,
					Aug 1944 transferred to 467th BG, 788th BS.  Returned to USA 1945
				40125 "Herk's Jerks" originally to 492nd BG, 858th BS.  Jun 20, 1944
					reassigned to 856th BS, Jun 28, 1944, reassigned to 857th BS.
					Aug 1944 transferred to 389th BG.
				40126 "Spitten Kitten" orignally to 492nd BG, 858th BS, May 1944 transferred
					to 458th BG, 754th BS, renamed "Sky Tramp".
				40128 (492nd BG, 856th BS) lost Jun 20, 1944 near Rugen Island.  MACR 7075.  10 KIA
				40129 (491st BG, 855th BS) lost Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 6722
				40130 (492nd BG, 859th BS) forced to land at Ghedi airfield by Luftwaffe fighters Jul 12, 1944 
					after being damaged by AAA on mission to Munich and trying to make it
					back to Allied-occupied Italy.  1 KIA, 10 POW.  Luftwaffe pilot Ewald Schummer
					of 5/JG 77 credited with forcing down the plane.  On July 14, aircraft was destroyed
					on the ground by P-38s of the 82nd FG.  MACR 7563
				40131 originally with 492nd BG, 859th BS, Transferred Aug 1944 to 467th BG,
					789th BS.  Reassigned to 791st BS.  Returned to USA 1945.
				40132 (492nd BG, 859th BS, "I'll Be Around") lost Jul 7, 1944.  MACR 7230.  8 KIA, 4 POW
				40133 (492nd BG, 858th BS, "Uninvited") lost May 19, 1944 near Brunswick, Germany.  MACR 5245.
					8 KIA, 3 POW.
				40134 originally to 492nd BG, 856th BS, may 1944 transferred to 458th BG,
					753rd BS.  Modified as AZON plane (radio controlled bombs).  Salvaged
					Mar 2, 1945.
				40135 originally with 492nd BG, 858th BS, "Daisy Mae", reassigned to 859th BS
					Jun 20, 1944, reassigned to 856th BS Jun 23, 1944.  Lost Aug 4, 1944, North Sea.  MACR 7714.
					10 POW.
				40136 (492nd BG, 857th BS, "Silver Witch") interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944 on
					Politz mission.  MACR 7076.  1 POW, 11 interned in Sweden.
				40137 (492nd BG, 857th BS, "What's Next Doc?") suffered collision May 21, 1944 with 44-40166
					while the latter was taxying.  40137 never flew again, and was salvaged Jul 10, 1944
				40139 (492nd BG, 859th BS) while returning from night training mission landed
					by mistake at Snetterton fighter base May 30, 1944 and overran the
					end of runway.  Aircraft was totaled and salvaged.
				40140 "Alice" originally with 492nd BG, 857th BS, Aug 1944 transferred to the
					467th BG, 788th BS.  Returned to USA 1945.
				40141 (491st BG 853rd BS "Ponderous Pachyderm" T8-Q) written off as salvage following a bomb dump explosion
                                on Jul 15, 1944 which damaged her beyond repair.
				40142 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "Sknappy") interned in Sweden Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 7077.  Flown back to England Jun 16, 1945.
					SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				40143 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "The Mary Ellen") lost Jun 20, 1944 near Rugen Island.  MACR 7078.  10 KIA
				40144 (491st BG, 852nd BS) lost Sep 12, 1944.  MACR 8858
				40145 origianly with 492nd BG, 858th BS, Jun 20, 1944 transferred to 865th BS.  Lost Jul 7, 1944 on Bernburg mission.  
					MACR 7231.  9 KIA.
				40146 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "Sugar-n-Spice") lost Aug 6, 1944 in midair collision
					with 42-50719.  1 killes, 9 injured.
				40147 converted to F-7B. With 1st PhG, 4th PhS, damaged in landing
					accident at Yontan, Okinawa Nov 12, 1945.
				40148 (98th BG, 344th BS, *Silver Queen*) salvaged Jul 30, 1945.
44-40149/40248		Consolidated B-24J-150-CO Liberator
				MSN 4085/4184
				40150 (492nd BG, 856th BS, *Ruptured Duck*) lost near Rugen Island Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 6775.
					7 KIA, 2 POW.
				40151 (492nd BG, 858th BS, "G I Joe") lost near Brunswick May 19, 1944.  MACR 5244.
					7 KIA, 3 POW.
				40152 (492nd BG, 858th BS, "Sierra Blanco") lost May 19, 1944.  MACR 5243.  Crew bailed
					out over Holland.  2 KIA, 8 POW.
				40153 (492nd BG, 859th BS) lost Jul 7, 1944 on Bernburg mission.  MACR 7232.
					2 KIA, 8 POW
				40154 (492nd BG, 859th BS) ditched in North Sea May 29, 1944.  MACR 5221.
					1 KIA, 9 rescued.
				40155 originally with 492nd BG, 859th BS, transferred Aug 1944 to
					467th BG, 788th BS.  Returned to USA Jun 1945
				40156 (492nd BG, 859th BS) lost Jul 7, 1944 on Bernburg mission.  MACR 7233.
					3 KIA, 7 POW.
				40157 "Lucky Lass" originally with 492nd BG, 857th BS.  On May 19, 1944 the
					pilot earned the DFC by bring this battered plane back to England.
					Reassigned Jul 1944 to 856th BS.  Transferred Aug 1944 to 93rd BG,
					329th BS, reassigned to 328th BS.  Returned to USA May 26, 1945.
				40158 "Tinker Belle" origially with 492nd BG, 857th BS, Aug 1944 transferred
					to 44th BG, 506th BS.  Lost Apr 5, 1945.  MACR 14110.  2 KIA, 7 POW.
				40159 (492nd BG, 858th BS, "Battling Boop") interned in Sweden Jun 18, 1944.  MACR 6767
				40160 converted to F-7B
				40161 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "Troublehunter") ditched in Baltic Sea near Rugen Island Jun 20, 1944.  
					MACR 7079.  9 KIA
				40162 (*Hot Rock*, 491st BG, 855th BS) shot down over Germany 
					Mar 24, 1945.  All aboard KIA.  MACR 13551
				40163 (492nd BG, 856th BS) lost Jun 20, 1944 near Rugen Island.  MACR 7080.
					4 KIA, 6 POW.
				40165 (491st BG, 852nd BS, 'Rage in Heaven').  After combat career ended, became
					formation assembly ship Rage in Heaven of 491st BG, replacing 42-40722 "The Little Gramper".
					Salvaged after crashing and exploding on takeoff during blinding snowstorm to lead assembly
					of the group Jan 5, 1945.  Replaced by 44-40101
				40166 "Irishman's Shanty" originally with 492nd BG, 857th BS.  Aug 1944 
					transferred to 467th BG, 788th BS, renamed "Dirty Dago" for a week and
					then changed to "Monster".  Returned to USA 1945.
				40167 "Sierra Blanca" originally with 492nd BG, 858th BS, May 15, 1944 the copilot
					was killed by flak.  Jun 20, 1944 transferred to 857th BS.  Aug 1944 transferred
					to 44th BG.  Lost Oct 7, 1944.  MACR 9342.				
				40168 (492nd BG, 857th BS, 'Tequila Daisy') interned in Switzerland Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6934
				40169 "Bottle Baby" originally with 492nd BG, 858th BS, transferred Jun 20, 1944
					to 856th BS.  Lost near Rugen Island Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 7081.  9 KIA, 1 POW.
				40170 (491st BG, 853rd BS) lost Sep 12, 1944.  MACR 8859
				40171 (492nd BG, 857th BS, "Boomerang") crashlanded in Tuitjenhorn, Netherlands May 19, 1944.  MACR 5242.
					1 KIA, 8 POW.
				40172 (491st BG, 854th BS) lost Nov 26, 1944, Germany.  MACR 11157
				40173 "Ernie's Beavers" originally with 492nd BG, 857th BS.  Aug 12, 1944 transferred
					to 453rd BG, 735th BS, reassigned to 733rd BS.  While at 453rd BG was
					renamed "Our Baby".  Apr 1945 transferred to 466th BG, 786th BS.
					Returned to USA in 1945.
				40174/40183 to USN as PB4Y-1 32325/32334
				40184 (64th BS, 43rd BG) named "Shining Example" since it was the first natural finish B-24 in SW Pacific.
				40190 (90th BG, 319th BS, "The Butcher's Daughter")
				40193 (90th BG, 321st BS, "Booby Trap")
				40195 "Boulder Buff" originally with 492nd BG, 858th BS, reassigned to 856th BS
					Jun 20, 1944.   Interned in Sweden Jul 6, 1944.  MACR 7234
				40196 (451st BG) lost Aug 23, 1944, Austria.  MACR 7958
				40197/40199 converted to F-7B
					40198 crashed into test flight over water NW of San Theresa Village, Mindoro
						Apr 21, 1945 when engine caught fire.
					40199 destroyed while taxiing at McGuire Strip, Mindoro Apr 2, 1945 when ran
						into ditch while avoiding another aircraft.
				40200 (853rd BS, 491st BG, *Delirious Delores*) crashed on return to Metfield Jul 13, 1944. 5 killed.
				40201 "Silver Chief" originally for 492nd BG, 857th BS, May 1944 transferred
					to 458th BG, 753rd BS.  Modified as AZON plane (radio controlled bombs)
					Salvaged Jan 11, 1945.
				40202 received Altus, OK Oct 15, 1945
				40204 (34th BG, 391st BS) lost Jul 19, 1944.  MACR 7422
				40205 (491st BG, 853rd BS) lost Nov 26, 1944, Germany.  MACR 10765
				40208 (34th BG "The Dutchess II")
				40209 converted to F-7B
				40210 (491st BG, 854th BS) shot down by flak, crashlanded, and exploded 1 km NE of
					Udenhout, Netherlands Sep 18, 1944.  MACR 10211.  9 KIA.  1 badly burned and was hidden and
					treated by local doctors.
				40211 "September Pops" originally with 492nd BG, 859th BS, Aug 1944
					transferred to 467th BG, 788th BS, renamed "Our Team".  Returned
					to USA 1945.
				40212 (491st BG, 853rd BS) shot down Nov 26, 1944, Germany.  MACR 11158
				40214 to USN as PB4Y-1 32335
				40215/40223 to USN as PB4Y-1 38733/38741
				40227 (492nd BG, 856th BS, "Four Beers Doc") lost near Rugen 
					Island Jun 20, 1944.  MACR 7082.  7 KIA, 3 POW.
				40232 (491st BG, 855th BS) crashed at Verdun, France Dec 11, 1944.  MACR 11351
				40234 (491st BG, 855th BS) lost Sep 13, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8860
				40241 (491st BG) lost Aug 3, 1944, France.  MACR 7755
				40243 (491st BG, 853rd BS) lost Jun 5, 1944.  MACR 5633
				40245 (389th BG, 567th BS) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13536
				40246 (491st BG, 853rd BS) lost in midair collision over Germany Sep 13, 1944.  MACR 8861
				40247 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 7020
44-40249/40348		Consolidated B-24J-155-CO Liberator
				MSN 4185/4284
				40251 to RAAF as A72-31 - converted to components 3-46
				40252 to RAAF as A72-32 - soc 12-52.
				40254/40263 to USN as PB4Y-1 38742/38751
				40264 "Kiss Me Baby" with 458th BG on Azon mission 6 Jun 14, 1944.  w/o Sep 8, 1944.
				40265 (449th BG, "Table Stuff") lost Jul 15, 1944, Yugoslavia. MACR 7100
				40266 (460th BG) shot down by Bf 109 Aug 7, 1944 over Blechammer, Germany.  MACR 7294
				40267 (34th BG, 18th BS, "Bad Penny II") ground-looped Aug 15, 1944 and was salvaged.
				40271 (491st BG, 854th BS, *House of Rumor*) lost Nov 26, 1944, Miburg, Germany.  MACR 10766
				40275 w/o Nov 14, 1944
				40281 (458th BG/753re BS) crash landed Feb 13, 1945 Norwich, England,
					caught fire, and was salvaged.
				40283 (458th BG/753rd BS, "Lassie Come Home") crashed at Norwich, England on return from mission to Hellendorf, Germany Jan 14, 1945.
					All but one of the crew were killed, plus two children on the ground.
				40284 (34th BG, "Tondelayo") lost Jul 19, 1944, English Channel
				40285 "Table Stuff" with 458th BG on Azon mission 6 Jun 14, 1944.
				40286 (491st BG, 852nd BS) lost Mar 24, 1945 near Wesel, Germany.  MACR 13552.  9 KIA.
				40287 "Bachelor's Bedlam" with 458th BG on Azon mission 7 Jun 15, 1944
				40288 (458th BG, 753rd BS, "Bad Girl") crashed Oct 2, 1944.
				40290 (492nd BG, 859th BS) interned in Switzerland Jul 21, 1944.  
					MACR 7260.
				40291 (458th BG, "Royal Flush") crashed on takeoff May 31, 1944
				40294 (455th BG, 701st BS) lost over English Channel Oct 31, 1944.  MACR 10160
				40295 (392 BG, 578 BS) crashlanded Aug 13, 1944 at Thorpe Abbotts, UK.
				40296 (308th BG) lost Apr 2, 1945, China.  MACR 13689
				40298 “The Shack” with 458th BG, 754th BS for 200th mission, England Feb 26th 1945
				40303 (34th BG, "Turgo Joe") lost Jul 11, 1944.  MACR 6720
				40304/40313 to USN as PB4Y-1 38752/38761
				40314 (90th BG, 319th BS, "Queen Mae") salvaged in Philippines
					June 18, 1945.
				40315 flown from Clark Field, Philippines to Mather Field, CA Nov 15, 1945
				40316 ("Ding How Dottie", 373rd BS, 308th BG, 14th AF), later to 374th BS.
				40317 (491st BG, 854th BS) blew left tire during takeoff and landing gear 
					collapsed Apr 16, 1945.  Salvaged Apr 16, 1945.
				40320 ("Generator Jennie")
				40323 ("Sunshine Rose")
				40324 (98th BG, 415th BS, *Pappy*) crashed near Landshut Sept 12, 1944 after midair
					collision with 42-50417.  MACR 874?
				40326 (459th BG, 758th BS) damaged by AA near Bleckhammer, later damaged by fighters and one crew
					bailed out over Hungary, plane eventually ditched in Adriatic Aug 22, 1944.  MACR 15457.  
					4 KIA, 4 rescued, one MFD
				40327 “Umbriago!” with 11th BG at Guam, Marianas Islands May 4th 1945. 
				40328 ("This Above All")
				40331 (449th BG) lost Dec 11, 1944.  MACR 10389
				40332 crashed in Oahu, Hawaii May 5, 1944 after takeoff from Hickam Field en route from
					California to Australia.  All 10 aboard killed.
				40343 scrapped May 18, 1945 after being severely damaged by AAA on mission to Luzon, Philippines.
				40344/40348 to USN as PB4Y-1 38762/38766
44-40349/40448		Consolidated B-24J-160-CO Liberator
				MSN 4285/4384
				40349/40353 to USN as PB4Y-1 38767/38771
				40356 converted to F-7B
				40357 (466th BG, 787th BS) lsot Sibbe(L), Netherlands Mar 12, 1945.
				40359 (30th BG) lost Apr 27, 1944, Hawaii.  MACR 4442.
				40363 (43rd BG) lost Jun 13, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14624
				40366 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Slightly Dangerous")
				40368 (90th BG) lost Oct 10, 1944, Borneo.  MACR 9323
				40370 (380th BG, 530th BS, "Mary M") salvaged Oct 16, 1945 and
					SOC Oct 11, 1946
				40376 converted to F-7B
				40380 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  RAF serial unknown to me.
				40382 “Dangerous Critter” with 11th BG, 26th BS at Guam, Marianas Islands May 4th 1945
				40384/40393 to USN as PB4Y-1 38772/38781
				40397 (408th BS, "Star Eyes")
				40398 (380th BG, 531st BS) shot down by AAA Oct 9, 1944, Koepang, SW Pacific.  MACR 11647.  All crew MIA.
				40402 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Red-Hot Riden-Hood II")
				40404 (90th BG, 400th BS) lost Oct 7, 1944, SW Pacific. MACR 9458
				40405 (320 BS) missing Feb 14, 1945 on flight from San Jose, Mindoro,
					Philippine Islands.
				40406 to RAAF as A72-34 - soc 12-52.
				40407 to RAAF as A72-37 - soc 12-52
				40408 to RAAF as A72-35 - soc 12-52.
				40409 to RAAF as A72-36 - crashed on landing 4-45.
				40410 to RAAF as A72-33 - soc 12-52.
				40411 to RAAF as A72-38 - soc 12-52.
				40412/40413 converted to F-7B
				40415/40417 converted to F-7B
				40419 converted to F-7B
				40420 ("Fast Company")
				40421 (451st BG, 725th BS) major AAA damage Jan 20, 1945 and
					salvaged.
				40422/40423 converted to F-7B
					40422 (6th BG) lost returning from mission to Philippines Sep 30, 1944.  11 KIA.l
					40423 (20th CMS) destroyed Oct 4, 1944 landing at Biak after damaging its nose gear during takeoff.
				40428 (43rd BG, 64th BS, "Cocktail Hour")
				40429 (43rd BG, 84th BS, "Michigan")
				40433 w/o May 22, 1944 in taxiing accident at Fairfield-Suisan AAF, California
				40439 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Mar 31, 1945 on mission to Brunswick, Germany.  MACR 13725
				40436 (34th BG, "Nancy")
				40441 (34th BG, "Floogie Boo")
				40442 (490BG) salvaged Jul 30, 1944.
				40443 (34th BG, 4th BS, "Jerk's Beserk") damaged by AAA over target
					during mission to Kiel and crew bailed out over North Sea Aug 24, 1944.
					Only the pilot survived, because he stayed with the plane and bailed out
					over land.  Aircraft crashlanded itself and struck farmhouse near Holt.
					MACR 8462.  Crew who bailed out took to dinghy but rescuers
					were unable to find them.  Only one body was ever found, washed
					up on Danish coast Sep 25, 1944 and found to have died of
					gunshot wounds.  Speculation that the crew was murdered by
					gunfire from enemy vessel.
				40444 (485th BG) lost Jul 19, 1944, Germany.  MACR 6915
				40445/40448 to USN as PB4Y-1 38783/38786
44-40449/40548		Consolidated B-24J-165-CO Liberator
				MSN 4385/4484
				40449/40453 to USN as PB4Y-1 38787/38791
				40454 (34th BG, "Betta Duck")
				40457 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as TS533, coded 6G M in 223 Squadron (100 Group).  Sold for
					scrap Mar 12, 1947.
				40458 (493rd BG, 861th BS, transferred to 485th BG, 828th BS, *Picadilly Tilly*) lost 
					Italy Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12710
				40464 (490th BG, 851st BS) lost June 22, 1944.  All crew killed.
				40468 (34th BG, "Mean Kid")
				40470 (34th BG, "Worry Bird")
				40471 (493rd BG, 863rd BS, *No Love, No Nothing*) went down in English Channel Jun 6, 1944
					after midair collision with 42-94789.  MACR 5485
				40476 (389th BG, 566th BS) shot down by AAA Jan 29, 1945 during raid on Hamm, Germany.  MACR 11989
				40478 (801st BG, 406th BS) lost May 29, 1944.  MACR 5294
				40479 (459th BG) lost Jun 9, 1944.  MACR 5849
				40482 (34th BG, "The Dugan Wagon")
				40484 (25th BG, 652nd BS) interned in Portugal Nov 18, 1944.  On civil registry as CS-ELC
				40485 (456th BG, 747th BS) lost Mar 23, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13250
				40486 (34th BG, "Cokey Flo")
				40487 (456th BG, 746th BS, 'Second Hand Rose') lost Aug 10, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 7466
				40489 (376th BG, 512th BS) hit by AAA over Ploesti, Rumania,
					Aug 17, 1944 and went down over western Bulgaria.  MACR 7631 and 7637
				40491 (11th BG) lost in South Pacific Sep 10, 1945
				40493 (456th BG, 746th BS) lost Jun 16, 1944.  MACR 6019
				40494 (98th BG) lost Jun 6, 1944.  MACR 6101
				40495 (460th BG) lost Apr 26, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 14080
				40497 (464th BG) Flew into fireball of 41-29275 in raid on Ploesti and heavily damaged
					 Jul 28, 1944.  Two bailed out over target, rest of 
					crew flew on and abandoned plane over Adriatic coast.  MACR 7337
				40502 (376th BG, 512th BS) lost Aug 22, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 11???.   Aircraft was damaged by
					flak during attack on underground reservoirs at Labau, east of Wienna.  While on way back
					collided with 42-73085 and both planes crashed east of Kijevo near Knin.  Only two parachutes
					seen.
				40503 (464th BG, 777th BS) collided with 44-41213 Dec 28, 1944 on mission to Roudnice, CZ.
					Landed at Vis Island but was w/o.
				40504/40513 to USN as PB4Y-1 38792/38801
				40514 (460th BG, 760th BS, *Mexicali Rose*) shot down Dec 25, 1944 west of Graz, Austria.
					MACR 10925.
				40523 crashed near Mt Gleason Dec 23, 1944.
				40526 (30th BG, 819th BS, "Bat Out Of Hell")
				40528 (30th BG) lost Jan 17, 1945, North Pacific.  MACR 11375
				40529 (5th BG) lost over Borneo Oct 30, 1944.  MACR 9456
				40532 (30th BG, 819th BS, "Night Session").  “Night Mission” with 11th BG at Guam, Marianas Islands May 4th 1945. 
				40536 (5th BG) lost Jan 5, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 11532
				40540 (307th BG) lost Oct 18, 1944.  MACR 10288
				40542 (307th BG) lost Aug 25, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 9325
				40547 (307th BG) lost Oct 26, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10845
				40548 (5th BG) lost Jan 10, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 11626
44-40549/40648		Consolidated B-24J-170-CO Liberator
				MSN 4485/4584
				40549 (307th BG) lost Aug 25, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 9326
				40550 (11th BG, 42nd BS, *Ruff Knights*)
				40551 (5th BG, 394th BS) shot down Dec 1, 1944, north of Tagola Point, Mindanao, 
					Philippines.  MACR 10843
				40552 crashed and burned during test flight from Fairfield-Suisun Airfield, CA Sep 17, 1944.
				40553 (307th BG) lost Jan 8, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 11903
				40555 (307th BG) collided with 42-73119 over Yap atoll Jul 15, 1944.  MACR 6923 and 6924
				40557 (30th BG, 392nd BS, "Miss Fit") lost in raid over Yap atoll Oct 21, 1944.  MACR 9750
				40559 (494th BG) lost Jul 25, 1945, South Pacific
				40563 “Double Trouble” with 494th BG, 865th BS c1945.
				40565 (307th BG) lost Oct 3, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 10485
				40566 (5th BG) lost Jun 17, 1944.  MACR 7013
				40568 (307th BG) lost Oct 3, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10489
				40571 (307th BG) lost Aug 10, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 8638
				40572 (31st BS, 5th BG, 13th AF, "Snow Job II") lost Jan 5, 1945 over Celebes Islands.  MACR 12252.
				40574/40583 to USN as PB4Y-1 38802/38811
				40588 with 7th BG, 493rd BS lost Oct 22, 1944 over
					Bilugyun Island off Burma.   MACR 9615
				40594 (5th BG) lost Jul 19, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 9580
				40595 (5th BG) lost Nov 22, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 11379
				40596 (5th BG) lost Aug 25, 1944, South Spacific.  MACR 8873
				40598 (307th BG) lost Jun 25, 1944.  MACR 10023
				40599 (307th BG) lost Oct 3, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 12179
				40602 converted to F-7B
				40603 (307th BG, 372nd BS) lost at Palau, date unknown.  All 11 onboard killed.
				40604 (307th BG, 371st BS "Kit's Tadger")
				40605 (307th BG) lost Oct 26, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10121
				40606 (5th BG) lost in South Pacific Nov 1, 1944 during bombing run over Alicante.  MACR 10017
				40608 crashed 15 mi NE of Yuma AAF after midair collision with 42-95467
					Apr 25, 1944.  No survivors
				40609 (307th BG) lost Jul 13, 1944.  MACR 10653
				40611 (307th BG) shot down Jul 5, 1944 150mi SE of Yap Island, exploded on
					impact in ocean.  MACR 6526.
				40612 converted to F-7B
				40614 (307th BG) lost Oct 3, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10488
				40615 (450th BG, 720th BS) lost Aug 17, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 7951
				40616 converted to F-7B.  40616 “Glamouras” with 311th RW, 2nd PRS at Palawan, Philippine Islands Jul 29th 1945
				40617 (11th BG) lost May 8, 1945, central Pacific.  MACR 14398
				40621 (461st BG, 767th BS, "The Mary E")
				40622 converted to F-7B.  Lost Apr 18, 1944, China
				40623 (456 BG) lost Nov 11, 1944, Mediterranean.   MACR 9674
				40625/40627 converted to F-7B
				40629 converted to F-7B
				40631 (98th BG) lost Nov 22, 1944.  MACR 10009
				40632 (461st BG, 764th BS) condemned Jul 25, 1944.
				40634/40643 to USN as PB4Y-1 38812/38821
				40645 ("Superchick") flown backto USA after the war.
				40647 (49rth BG, 867th BS, "Lady Eve")
44-40649/40748		Consolidated B-24J-175-CO Liberator
				4585/4684
				40649 to RAAF as A72-40 - soc 7-52
				40650 to RAAF as A72-44 - soc 12-52.
				40651 to RAAF as A72-42 - soc 12-52.
				40652 to RAAF as A72-41 - soc 12-52.
				40653 to RAAF as A72-39 - damaged in 
					landing accident 9-44, converted to components.
				40654 to RAAF as A72-43 - soc 12-52.
				40656 converted to F-7B
				40658/40659 converted to F-7B
					40659 destroyed on ground at Tacloban, Leyte Jan 29, 1945 when a C-46
						crashed into it during takeoff.
				40661 “Jeeter Bug” 30th BG, 819th BS at Guam, Marianas Islands May 4th 1945
				40663 converted to F-7B
				40665 (30th BG) lost Aug 14, 1944, Central Pacific.  MACR 7832
				40666 lost South Pacific Sep 10, 1945.
				40667 (373rd BS, 308th BG) lost in accident 75mi S of Luichow, China Oct 4, 1944
				40669 converted to F-7B.  With 3rd PRS, crew bailed out off the coast of Okinawa Sep 28, 1945 when a tire,
					damaged on takeoff, made landing impossible.  All crew parachuted safely into water and were picked up
					by naval craft.
				40670 “Dragon Lady” with 11th BG, 42nd BS at Guam, Marianas Islands May 4th 1945
				40674 “Going My Way” with 11th BG, 431st BS at Guam, Marianas Islands May 4th 1945
				40677 (30th BG) lost Jan 24, 1945, North Pacific.  MACR 11740
				40679 (30th BG) lost Aug 14, 1944, Central Pacific.  MACR 7981
				40680 (494th BG, 866th BS, *Lonesome Lady*) shot down Jul 28, 1945, Inland
					Sea of Japan.  Crew POW.  All except the pilot and the tail gunner
					killed by atomic bomb at Hiroshima.
				40684 (866th BS) lost Jan 2, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 11263
				40868 (867th BS, 494th BG, 7th AF, "Kelley's Kobras")
				40688 (494th BS) lost Dec 13, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10595
				40690 (494th BG) lost Jan 25, 1945, Samar, PI.  MACR 12178
				40692 (11th BG) lost Sep 12,1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 8449
				40694/40703 to USN as PB4Y-1 38822/38831
				40704 “Black Cat” nose art with 494th BG, 864th BS c1945
				40705 (494th BG, 865th BS, *Sniffin' Griffin*)
				40706 (17th Tow Target Sq) crashed after takeoff from Wheeler
					Field, Oahu, Hawaii Jul 28, 1945.  Aircraft burned.  Also reported as having crashed at Barkings Sands,
					Kauai, Hawaii Nov 22, 1944.  
				40707 “Bugs Buggy” with 494th BG, 864th BS c1945
				40709 “Bomb Babe” with 494th BG, 866th BS c1945. 
				40711 (494th BG) lost Jul 17, 1945, Central Pacific.
				40712 (494th BG, 864th BS "Plunderbus") seen at Kingman, AZ Apr 1947.
				40714 (7th BG, 493rd BS) lost Oct 22, 1944 over Bay
					of Martaban off coast of Burma in collision with 40992.  MACR 9616
			 	40715 “The Missouri Mule” with 494th BG, 865th BS, nose gear damaged by Japanese AAA and forced to land with main gear
					only on return to Anguar Island, Caroline Islands Apr 10th 1945
				40716 (494th BG) shot down Jul 28, 1945 and crashed in Hiroshima, Japan.  Most
					of vrew died in the crash but the rest died from the atomic bomb.
				40721 (90th BG, 400th BS) crew fourced to bail out while returning from mission to
					Indo China when ran out of gas returning to McGuire May 27, 1945, SW Pacific.  Crew picked
					up by a Catalina, but two of the crew were lost.  MACR 14523
				40725 (90th BG) lost Sep 30, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 9147.
				40739 (494th BG, 864th BS, "Contrary Mary") to RFC at Kingman, AZ
				40743 (494th BG) lost Feb 17, 1945, Hawaii.  MACR 13084.
				40744 “8 Ball” with 494th BG, 866th BS c1945. 
44-40749/40848		Consolidated B-24J-180-CO Liberator
				MSN 4685/4784
				40757 (864th BS, 494th BG, 7th AF "Big Time Operator")
				40758 (494th BG, 866th BS) caught fire while flying in thunderstorm, exploded in midair and 
					crashed 2 mi SE of Chappell, Nebraska Jun 7, 1944.  All 10 onboard killed.
				40759 (494th BG, 867th BS, "Shack Bunny")
				40760 “Black Sheep” nose art with 494th BG, 867th BS c1944-45.
				40764/40773 to USN as PB4Y-1 38832/38841
				40774 (308th BG) rammed by Japanese fighter Oct 10, 1944 during raid on oil installations at Balikpapan, Borneo.
				40780 (308th BG, 347th BS, *Red Hot Riding Hood*) lost Oct 9, 1944, CBI theatre.  MACR 9089
				40782 (308th BG) lost Jan 1, 1945, China.
				40783 (308th BG) flew into a mountain in China Aug 31, 1944.  MACR 8018.  Wreckage not 
					discovered until 1996.
				40785 (308th BG, 374th BS) 2 engines failed and crew bailed out Oct 16, 1944 near Luichow, China.
					All 11 crew members survived after bailing out. 
				40787 lost Sep 17, 1944.  MACR 8619.
				40796 “Sack Time Sal II” with 494th BG, 866th BS c1944-45
				40799 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Shittiningittin") lost Jun 27, 1944
					following a forced landing on Balambangan Island due to
					engine problems.  Crew rescued by PBY.
				40801 (380th BG) lost Apr 15, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14251
				40811 (7th BG, 492nd BS) crashed on mission from Madhaiganj, India Nov 21, 1944 after engine
					caught fire.  All 11 crew killed.  MACR 10050
				40822 (308th BG) lost Aug 9, 1944, China.  MACR 7215
				40823 (308th BG, 425th BS) crew was unable to locate landing field because
					of solid ground cover for the entire flight, ran out of fuel,
					and crew bailed out over China Oct 3, 1944.
				40825 (308th BG) crashed 40 m E of Tungchen, China Oct 26, 1944.  5 of 11 aboard
					killed in crash or bailout.  MACR 9612
				40826 (425th BS, 308th BG) lost over China Dec 17/18, 1944.  All crew KIA.  MACR 10626
				40834/40843 to USN as PB4Y-1 38842/38851
				40847 converted to F-7B.  Severely damaged on landing at McGuire Strip, Mindoro
					May 13, 1945.
				40831 (308th BG, 375th BS) lost in China Aug 31, 1944
					on mission to Taiwan.  MACR 8020.  Crew remains
					recovered and interred in Arlington Aug 2000.
44-40849/40948		Consolidated B-24J-185-CO Liberator
				MSN 4785/4884
				40870/40873 to RAAF as A72-45/48
					all SOC in 1952.
				40876 (456th BG, 744th BS) lost Dec 16, 1944.  MACR 10491
				40883 converted to F-7B
				40884 (376th BG) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10895
				40885 converted to F-7B.  Lost Jul 20, 1944, Italy.
				40886 (485th BG) lost Jul 20, 1944.  MACR 6914
				40895 converted to F-7B.  Destroyed on ground by air raid, Morotai Nov 25, 1944.
				40896 (461st BG, 764th BS) transferred to 484th BG
				40904/40913 to USN as PB4Y-1 38852/38861
				40916 (22nd BG) lost Jan 23, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 12628
				40920 (MSN 4856, 380th BG, 531st BS, "Shy-Chi Baby") to ACFH-RFC, Kingman , AZ Nov 1, 1945.
				40924 (5th BG) lost Nov 16, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10335
				40925 (456th BG, 744th BS) lost Jul 28, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7121
				40929 (307th BG) lost Dec 10, 1944.  MACR 11028
				40932 (5th BG) lost Sep 30, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 11033
				40933 (307th BG) lost Oct 3, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10487
				40947 (5th BG) lost Oct 24, 1944, South Pacific.  MACR 10018
44-40949/41048		Consolidated B-24J-190-CO Liberator
				MSN 4885/4984
				40951 (307th BG) lost Nov 6, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 12187
				40952 crashed on takeoff at Grenier AB, Manchester, New Hampshire Jul 9, 1944 while on ferry flight.
				40955 (307th BG) lost Oct 3, 1944.  MACR 14084
				40961 converted to F-7B.  MIA with 6th PRG Jan 11, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 11773
				40962 (5th BG) lost Nov 16, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10844
				40963 converted to F-7B
				40964 (5th BG) lost Dec 1, 1944, Mindanao Strait.  MACR 11624
				40965 (464th BG, "Victory Gal") destroyed in gasoline fire and explosion on
					ramp Aug 21, 1944
				40967 converted to F-7B
				40968/40972 to USN as PB4Y-1 38862/38866
				40973 (43rd BG, 64th BS, "The Dragon and His Tail") seen at Kingman,
					apparently headed for the smelter.
				40979 (43rd BG) lost Mar 7, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14144
				40991 ("Tale of Miss Fortune") seen in Guam scrap dump.
				40992 of 7th BG, 493rd BS lost Oct 22, 1944 over Bay
					of Martaban off coast of Burma in collision with 40714.  MACR 9617
				40993 (308th BG) lost Dec 24, 1944.  MACR 10959
				41009 (454th BG) lost Apr 2, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13489
				41011 (465th BG, 780th BS) lost Aug 3, 1944.  Crashed in Alps near Biberwier,
					Austria.  6 KIA.  MACR 7334
				41012 (465th BG) lost Oct 4, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9139
				41013 converted to F-7B
				41014 (460th BG) lost Oct 20, 1944, Mediterranean.  MACR 9334
				41015 crashed in rainstorm near Topeka, KS Jun 29, 1944.  3 killed.
				41016 (461st BG, 765th BS) lost Dec 17, 1944 on mission to Blechhammer, Germany when attacked by fighters
					from JG300.  MACR 10636.  Uffz Paul Lixfield of 6/II JG300 flying Fw 190A-8 credited with the kill.
				41017 (465th BG, 782nd BS) lost Aug 3, 1944, North side of Mt. Hohe Munde, Austria.  MACR 7537
				41019 (460th BG) crshed on takeoff at Spinazolla AB, Italy
				41020 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Judy R") salvaged Dec 17, 1944
				41029 crashed after takeoff from Canton Island, Pacific Ocean, Jul 19, 1944 near the reef edge.  5 killed.  
				41031 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Patient Kitten") lost Apr 15, 1945 after being hit by flak.
				41034/41038 to USN as PB4Y-1 38867/38871
				41039 (461st BG, 764th BS, "Male Box") lost Oct 4, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8976
				41040 converted to F-7B (may have been converted to an F-7B)
				41041 (450th BG, 720th BS, "Passionate Pirate") shot down by AAA over 
					Innsbruck, Austria Dec 25, 1944.  8 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 10744
				41042 (459th BG) lost Aug 7, 1944, Germany.  MACR 7195
				41043 (464th BG) lost Oct 13, 1944, Germany.  MACR 9060
				41044 (461st BG, 767th BS) crashed Jan 23, 1945
				41046 (461st BG, 764th BS) ditched Dec 1, 1944
				41047 (98th BG) lost Aug 10, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7674
44-41049/41148		Consolidated B-24J-195-CO Liberator
				MSN 4985/5084
				41050 (460th BG)
				41053 (464th BG, 779th BS, "Black Mike") lost Sep 10, 1944, Vienna, Austria.  MACR 8262
				41054 (460th BG) lost Sep 12, 1944.  MACR 8344
				41055 (455th BG) lost Nov 22, 1944, Yugoslavia.  MACR 9947
				41056 (451st BG) lost Oct 13, 1944, Austria.  MACR 9088
				41059 (454 BG, 736th BS "Good Heavens") crashed 8.4 nm SSE of Udine, Italy Nov 11, 1944 after being
					hit by flak over Austria.  MACR 9745 and not 9700.
				41060 (725th BS) shot down Oct 13, 1944.  MACR 9051
				41061 (449th BG) lost Aug 18, 1944, Rumania. MACR 7680
				41063 (459th BG) lost Jul 28, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7315
				41064 was 5000th Consolidated-built Liberator.
				41065 (459th BG) MIA Mar 8, 1945.  MACR 12918.  Later turned up in USSR
				41066 (450th BG) lost Dec 29, 1944.  MACR 10938
				41067 (449th BG) lost Aug 27, 1944.  MACR 8251
				41069 (461st BG, 767th BS, "Ford's Folly") lost Jul 25, 1944.  MACR 8933
				41070 (464th BG, 777th BS, *Lively Lady*) lost Oct 17, 1944, Vienna, Austria.  MACR 9302
					8 bailed out and became POW.  2 KIA
				41075 (459th BG, 756th BG) interned in Switzerland Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 23264.  Returned Oct 11, 1945.
				41078 (868th BS) lost Jan 12, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 12251
				41084 (464th BG, 778th BS) lost Nov 16, 1944 on mission to Munich.  MACR 9853
				41091 (461st BG, 764th BS) lost Mar 23, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13190
				41093 (461st BG, 766th BS) lost Oct 16, 1944.  MACR 9192
				41095 crashed Sep 2, 1944, Pantanella AAB, Italy.  Roger Freeman has this being
					with 492nd BG, 856th BS "Boulder Bluff" and hit by flakover Kiel Jul 6, 1944,
					causing No 1 engine to runaway and aircraft entered uncontrollable dive.
					Control recovered and crew diverted to Sweden where aircraft was interned.
				41096 (460th BG) lost Sep 10, 1944.  MACR 8375
				41098 (459th BG) lost Aug 21, 1944, Yugoslavia.   MACR 7688
				41100/41104 to USN as PB4Y-1 38872/38876
				41106 (465th BG) lost Dec 19, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 10690
				41108 (456th BG, 747th BS) lost due to mechanical failure Mar 25, 1945, Czechoslovakia.  MACR 13263
				41111 (460th BG) lost Oct 20, 1944, Mediterranean.  MACR 9333
				41113 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Irish Angel/She Wolf") SBD Sep 10, 1944
				41114 (451st BG) lost Dec 11, 1944, Austria.  MACR 10366
				41116 (484th BG) lost Aug 22, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 8395
				41118 (308th BG) lost Jan 18, 1945.  MACR 11884
				41120 (461st BG, 766th BS) transferred to 484th BG.  (484th BG) lost Dec 9, 1944.  MACR 10248
				41121 (465th BG, 780th BS) interned in Switzerland Aug 16, 1944.  MACR 7684
				41126 (22nd BG) lost Jun 5, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14847
				41134 (454th BG) lost Jan 31, 1945, Austria.  MACR 11831
				41137 (465th BG) lost Sept 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 8957
				41140 (461st BG, 767th BS) crashed Nov 15, 1944
				41142 (465th BG, 780th BS) crashed during landing in dense fog at Poltava, Russia Jan 4, 1945.
				41144 (485th BG) lost Nov 17, 1944, Italy.  MACR 9879
				41145 (484th BG) lost over Austria Jan 15, 1945.  MACR 11289
				41147 (484th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, Italy.  MACR 11835
				41148 (456th BG, 744th BS) shot down by AAA near Feldmoching, Germany Oct 4, 1944.   MACR 8948
44-41149/41248		Consolidated B-24J-200-CO Liberator
				MSN 5085/5184
				41152 (451st BG) lost Oct 13, 1944, Austria.  MACR 9092
				41156 (766th BS, 461st BG) destroyed when tire blew during takeoff Sep 5, 1944.
				41157 (485th BG) lost Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 13981
				41158 (461st BG, 767th BS) lost Dec 17, 1944.  MACR 10650
				41159 (455th BG) lost Jan 31, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12112
				41161 (459th BG, 757th BS) forced landing on island of Vis Dec 18, 1944.  To RFC at Altus, OK Oct 26, 1945.
				41162 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Stumpy Joe") lost Nov 20, 1944.  MACR 10490
				41163 (454th BG) lost Aug 23, 1944.  MACR 7974
				41164 (465th BG) lost Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12521
				41165 (454th BG) lost Dec 27, 1944, Austria.  MACR 10646
				41166/41170 to USN as PB4Y-1 38877/38881
				41171 (376th BG) lost Nov 12, 1944.  MACR 10014
				41174 (5th BG) lost in South Pacific Nov 1, 1944 in bombing run over Alicante.  MACR 10021
				41176 (307th BG) lost Feb 27, 1945.  MACR 12788
				41179 (307th BG) lost May 9, 1945.  MACR 14413
				41184 (43rd BG) lost Dec 22, 1944, Leyte.  MACR 11679
				41185 (98th BG, 415th BS) lost Aug 18, 1944, Rumania.  MACR 7952
				41187 (460th BG) lost Apr 11, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13795
				41188 (450th BG) lost Feb 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12510
				41190 (90th BG, 321st BS) 
				41193 to RAAF as A72-56 - sold 6-50
				41194 to RAAF as A72-49 - sold 6-50
				41195 to RAAF as A72-58 - soc 12-52.
				41196 to RAAF as A72-54 - soc 12-52.
				41197 to RAAF as A72-50 - soc 12-52.
				41198 (451st BG, 726th BS) lost Oct 16, 1944
				41203 to RAAF as A72-51 - soc 12-52.
				41204 to RAAF as A72-53 - sold 6-50. 
				41205 to RAAF as A72-57 - soc 12-52.
				41206 to RAAF as A72-55 - soc 12-52.
				41207 to RAAF as A72-52 - soc 12-52.
				41213 (464th BG, 777th BS, *Big Fat Mama*) downed Dec 28, 1944 on mission to
					Roudnice, Cz. MACR 10926.  In midair collision with 44-40503
				41218 (449th BG, 716th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Acstezar,
					Hungary Mar 1, 1945.  1 KIA, 8 crew bailed out and POW but
					seven of them were executed by an SS commando.  MACR 12745.
				41225 (459th BG) lost Oct 7, 1944, Austria.  MACR 8971.
				41228 left US Aug 9, 1944, assigned to 450th BG, 721st BS.  
					Crashed at friendly airbase in Bari, Italy Dec 1944 due to
					battle damage.  Condemned Dec 1944.
				41231 (464th BG) MIA on raid on Blechhammer South oil refinery Dec 2, 1944.
				41233 (460th BG) lost Oct 17, 1944, Austria.  MACR 9212.
				41234 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Liberty Belle II")
				41235 (90th BG) lost Jul 15, 1945, SW Pacific.
				41239/41248 to USN as PB4Y-1 38882/38891
44-41249/41348		Consolidated B-24J-205-CO Liberator
				MSN 5185/5284
				41249 to RAAF as A72-62 - soc 12-52.
				41253 (459th BG) lost Aug 28, 1944.  MACR 9941
				41254 (90th BG) lost Jan 26, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14226
				41258 (90th BG) lost Nov 19, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 12582
				41264 (307th BG) lost Nov 8, 1944, Philippines.  MACR 10587
				41279/41288 to USN as PB4Y-1 38892/38901
				41293 (308th BG) lost Aug 7, 1945, Asia
				41296 (465th BG) lost Oct 11, 1944, Austria.  MACR 9058
				41297/41308 to USN as PB4Y-1 38902/38913
				41311 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Sleepy Time Gal")
				41319/41328 to USN as PB4Y-1 38914/38923
				41332 (90th BG, 319th BS) w/o May 10, 1945
					while landing at McGuire after a mission
					against Canton, China.
				41339 (464th BG) suffered engine problems Jan 20, 1945, crew bailed out
					over base.  Plane flew on autopilot to Adriatic before crashing.
				41340 (450th BG) lost Sep 4, 1944.  MACR 8390
				41344 (90th BG) lost Mar 3, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14146
				41345 (5th BG) lost Nov 7, 1944, SW Pacific.  Crashed near Oroquieta, Philippines.  MACR 11655.
				41347 (5th BG) lost Nov 21, 1944.  MACR 12791
44-41349/41389		Consolidated B-24J-210-CO Liberator
				MSN 5285/5325
				41355 (461st BG, 764th BS) returned to USA Jun 6, 1945.
				41358 (668th BG) lost Jun 20, 1945.  MACR 14656
				41359/41368 to USN as PB4Y-1 38924/38933
				41373 to RAAF as A72-66 - failed to return
					from operations 8-45.
				41374 to RAAF as A72-63 - soc 12-52.
				41375 to RAAF as A72-61 - lost to enemy action
					7-45.
				41376 to RAAF as A72-68 - soc 12-52.  
				41379 (307th BG) lost Dec 2, 1944.  MACR 11031
				41381 (307th BG) lost Nov 8, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10461
				41382 (5th BG) shot down by fighters over Philippines Nov 1, 1944.  MACR 10460
				41383 lost Jan 4, 1945.  MACR 11791
				41384/41385 to RAAF as A72-64/65   
					A72-64 lost to enemy action 7-45
					A72-65 soc 12-52.
				41386 to RAAF as A72-67 - sold 6-50.
				41387 (5th BG, 23rd BS) shot down by AAA in mission over
					Brunei Bay, Borneo Nov 16, 1944.  MACR 10667.  11 MIA.
				41388 to RAAF as A72-60 - soc 12-52.
				41389 to RAAF as A72-59 - damaged by enemy
					action 3-45, converted to components.
44-41390/41448		Consolidated B-24L-1-CO Liberator
				MSN 5326/5384
				41391/41394 to RAAF as A72-69/72      
					A72-69 soc 12-52.
					A72-70 missing on operations 1-45.
					A72-71 soc 2-52.
					A72-72 sold 6-50.
				41395 to RAAF as A72-74 - soc 12-52.
				41400 (307th BG) lost Dec 2, 1944.  MACR 11034     
				41401 to RAAF as A72-73 - sold 6-50.     
				41402 to RAAF as A72-76 - soc 12-52.     
				41403 with 380th BG, to RAAF as A72-75 Oct 16, 1944.  Soc 12-52.     
				41404/41405 to RAAF as A72-77/78      
					A72-77 lost on operations 9-44.
					A72-78 soc 12-52.
				41406/41416 to USN as PB4Y-1 38934/38944
				41421 (307th BG) lost Nov 8, 1944, Philippines.  MACR 10456
				41422 (307th BG) lost Oct 22, 1944, SW Pacific.  MACR 10486
				41430 (308th BG, 374th BS) to Walnut Ridge Oct 28, 1945
				41438 (380th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, China.  MACR 11640
				41439 (308th BG) lost Dec 17, 1944.  MACR 10630
				41440 (7th BG) lost Nov 5, 1944.  MACR 12006
				41441 (308th BG) lost Jan 27, 1945, China.  MACR 11888
				41444 to RAAF as A72-79 - sold 6-50.   
				41445 (308th BG) lost Jul 29, 1945, Asia   
44-41449/41548		Consolidated B-24L-5-CO Liberator
				MSN 5385/5484
				41450 to RAAF as A72-80 - w/o in crash 3-45.    
				41452 to RAAF as A72-82 - soc 12-52.     
				41454 to RAAF as A72-81 - lost on operations
					4-45.     
				41455/41460 to RAAF as A72-83/88      
					A72-83 soc 8-49
					A72-84 soc 12-52.
					A72-85 soc 8-49.
					A72-86 soc 12-52.
					A72-87 soc 8-49.
					A72-88 w/o in crash 2-45.
				41465 (11th BG) lost Feb 10, 1945, North Pacific.  MACR 12052
				41466 “Bugs Bomby Jr.” with 11th BG, 42nd BS at Guam, Marianas Islands c1945
				41470 (11th BG) MIA Feb 8, 1945, North Pacific.  MACR 12050
				41475 (494th BG) lost Jul 9, 1945, South Pacific.
				41477 converted to F-7B
				41481 (43rd BG) lost Mar 7, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 13313
				41482 (90th BG, 400th BS) missing on flight from McGuire Fleld, Mindoro to Clark Field, Luzon
					June 6, 1945.  A search was begun on June 7th and abandoned on June 11th.  24 MIA.  MACR 14608.
				41484/41493 to USN as PB4Y-1 38945/38954
				41494 (11th BG, 431st BS) lost Aug 7, 1945.
				41495 scrapped Sep 5, 1945.
				41497 (11th BG) lost Mar 20, 1945, Central Pacific.  MACR 13181.
				41499 to RAAF as A72-126 - soc 12-52. 
				41500 “Pacific Passion” with 30th BG, 392nd BS at Guam, Marianas Islands May 4th 1945     
				41502 to RAAF as A72-127 - soc 12-52.     
				41503 to RAAF as A72-128 - converted to
					components 10-45.     
				41504 to RAAF as A72-129 - soc 12-52         
				41505 to RAAF as A72-125 - soc 12-52.     
				41506 to RAAF as A72-130 - soc 12-52.         
				41507 to RAAF as A72-132 - soc 12-52.         
				41508 to RAAF as A72-131 - soc 12-52.         
				41509 to RAAF as A72-133 - ditched returning
					from ops 4-45.         
				41510 to RAAF as A72-134 - damaged in taxiing
					accident 3-45, converted to components
				41511 to RAAF as A72-135 - soc 12-52.         
				41512 to RAAF as A72-136 - soc 12-52.         
				41513 to RAAF as A72-137 - damaged beyond repair
					11-45, converted to components.
				41514 to RAAF as A72-138 - soc 12-52         
				41515/41518 to RAAF as A72-149/152
					A72-149 soc 6-48
					A72-150 soc 12-52
					A72-151 soc 12-52
					A72-152 soc 12-52.
				41519/41528 to USN as PB4Y-1 38955/38964
				41529 to RAAF as A72-157 - soc 12-52.        
				41530/41533 to RAAF as A72-153/156
					A72-153 soc 12-52.
					A72-154 sold 6-50
					A72-155 soc 12-52.
					A72-156 soc 12-52.	
				41537 (22nd BG, 19th BS, "Modest Maiden") lost Mar 26, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14227
				41538 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Round Trip Ticket")
				41541 (394th BS, 5th BG, 13th AF) in midair collision with 44-41869 Apr 30, 1945
					30 mi from Morotai Island, Molucca Islands.  All 10 onboard killed.
44-41549/41648		Consolidated B-24L-10-CO Liberator
				MSN 5485/5584
				41549 (5th BG) lost Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 13311
				41554/41568 to USN as PB4Y-1 38965/38979
				41569/41573 to USN as PB4Y-1 90462/90466
				41575 to RAAF as A72-89 - soc 12-52   
				41576 (11th BG) lost Jun 19, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14917  
				41577 to RAAF as A72-103 - soc 12-52.     
				41579 to RAAF as A72-90 - sold 6-50.     
				41580/41583 to RAAF as A72-91/94      
					A72-91 soc 12-52.
					A72-92 failed to return from search
						mission 7-45.
					A72-93 soc 12-52.
					A72-94 sold 6-50.
				41584/41600 to USN as PB4Y-1 90467/90483
				41601/41603 to USN as PB4Y-1 46725/46727
				41604 to RAAF as A72-95 - soc 12-52.     
				41605 to RAAF as A72-106 - sold 6-50      
				41607 to RAAF as A72-107 - soc 12-52.     
				41608 to RAAF as A72-97 - sold 6-50      
				41609 to RAAF as A72-100 - soc 12-52.     
				41611 to RAAF as A72-102 - soc 12-52.     
				41612 to RAAF as A72-104 - soc 12-52.
				41615 (11th BG, 42nd BS, "Wild Ass Ride") at Guam, Marianas Island May 4, 1945.    
				41617 to RAAF as A72-105 - soc 12-52.     
				41618 to RAAF as A72-108 - soc 12-52. 
				41623 (23rd BS, 5th BG) crashed on takeoff from Oorotai Jan 28, 1945.  5 killed.    
				41629 to RAAF as A72-113 - soc 12-52.     
				41630 to RAAF as A72-109 - sold 6-50.     
				41631 to RAAF as A72-116 - sold 6-50.     
				41632 to RAAF as A72-115 - sold 6-50.     
				41633 to RAAF as A72-114 - soc 12-52.     
				41634 to RAAF as A72-117 - soc 12-52.     
				41635 to RAAF as A72-118 - soc 12-52.     
				41636 to RAAF as A72-119 - soc 12-52.     
				41637 to RAAF as A72-122 - soc 3-48.     
				41638 to RAAF as A72-123 - damaged in crash
					landing 1-45, converted to components.
				41639/41640 to RAAF as A72-98/99      
					A72-98 sold 6-50.
					A72-99 soc 12-52.
				41641 (6th BG) lost May 21, 1945.  MACR 14478
				41642 to RAAF as A72-120 - soc 12-52.
				41645 (5th BG, 72nd BS, "Red Headed Woman")  
				41647 (22nd BG) lost Jun 22, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14674   
44-41649/41748		Consolidated B-24L-15-CO Liberator
				MSN 5585/5684
				41653 to RAAF as A72-96 - soc 12-52.      
				41654 to RAAF as A72-101 - soc 12-52.      
				41656 to RAAF as A72-110 - soc 12-52.     
				41657 to RAAF as A72-124 - w/o in crash 2-45.
				41658 to RAAF as A72-139 - sold 6-50.          
				41663/41664 to RAAF as A72-111/112      
					A72-111 soc 12-52.
					A72-112 w/o in crash 2-45.
				41665 to RAAF as A72-140 - soc 12-52         
				41666 to RAAF as A72-121 - soc 12-52. 
				41672 (43rd BG) lost Mar 9, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 13314 
				41677 to RAAF as A72-141 - soc 12-52.         
				41678/41681 converted to F-7B
					41678 (24th CMS, 8th PRG) w/o in takeoff accident at
						Cox's Bacaar, India Mar 17, 1945
				41682 to RAAF as A72-142 - soc 12-52.         
				41683/41691 to USN as PB4Y-1 46728/46736
				41693 with 307th BG
				41701 to USN as PB4Y-1 46737
				41702/41748 to USN as PB4Y-1 65287/65333
44-41749/41806		Consolidated B-24L-20-CO Liberator
				MSN 5685/5742
				all to USN as PB4Y-1 65334/65391
44-41807/41848		Consolidated B-24M-1-CO Liberator
				MSN 5743/5784
				41808 (868th BS) lost Jul 23, 1945, South Pacific. 
				41809 (43rd BG, 63rd BS, "Out Of The Night II") lost Jun 12, 1945, 
					SW Pacific.  MACR 14879.  Was a radar countermeasures aircraft.
				41811 (380th BG, 530th BS, "Missouri Miss") seen at Kingman, AZ being scrapped.
				41814 (43rd BG) lost Apr 28, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14335
				41828 to RAAF as A72-143 - soc 12-52.          
				41831 to RAAF as A72-144 - soc 12-52.        
				41834 to RAAF as A72-145 - soc 12-52.        
				41836 to RAAF as A72-146 - soc 12-52.
				41841 (5th BG) lost May 30, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14739
				41842 (5th BG) lost May 18, 1945.  MACR 14469 
				41843 (307th BG) lost Jun 22, 1945.  MACR 14673       
44-41849/41948		Consolidated B-24M-5-CO Liberator
				MSN 5785/5884
				41852 (22nd BG, 33rd BS, "Daddy's Girl")
				41853 (5th BG) lost Apr 2, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14252
				41857/41861 to USN as PB4Y-1 65392/65396
				41862 to USN as PB4Y-1 90132.
				41864/41865 to USN as PB4Y-1 90134/90135.
				41867 (528th BS, 380th BG, "Rangy Lil" seen being scrapped at Kingman, AZ Apr 1947.
				41869 (394th BS, 5th BG, 13th AF) in midair collision with 44-41541 Apr 30, 1945 
					30 mi from Morotai Island, Molucca Islands.  All 11 onboard killed.
				41885/41886 to RAAF as A72-147/148         
					A72-147 sold 6-50.
					A72-148 soc 12-52.
				41872 "Who's Next"
				41887/41942 to USN as PB4Y-1 90136/90191.
					90155 (44-41906) converted as personal transport
					for commandant of Marine Corps with side windows
					and solid nose.  Sold after war on commercial
					market as N4K for round-the-world flight attempt.
					Sold to Bolivian user in 1951 as CB-76.
					Returned to US and converted as 93rd BG B-24
					and put on display at Castle AFB Museum.  The Castle Museum
					website identifies the B-24M there as ex-90155, but the tail
					number painted on the aircraft is 441916, which is incorrect
				41943/41944 converted to F-7B
44-41949/42048		Consolidated B-24M-10-CO Liberator
				MSN 5885/5984
				41949 to RAAF as A72-160.  w/o in crash 5-45.
				41950 to RAAF as A72-161. Converted to components 5-47.
				41951 to RAAF as A72-162.  SOC 12-52.
				41952 to RAAF as A72-163.  SOC 12-52.
				41953 to RAAF as A72-164.  SOC 12-52.
				41954 to RAAF as A72-165.  SOC 12-52.
				41955 to RAAF as A72-166.  To DCA 12-49 for fire training
				41956 to RAAF as A72-176.  SOC Mar 1948.  Purchased by George Toye who intended to 
					use the fuselage as shelter for cross-country skiers. Never used as such; lay 
					derelict until rescued for museum use. Fuselage held in yard
					at Moe, Australia for RAAF Museum.  Now under
					restoration at Werribee, VIC.  42-41091 recovered
					from Papua New Guinea and used in restoration.
				41957 to RAAF as A72-167.  Sold 6-50
				41958 to RAAF as A72-168.  SOC 12-52.
				41959 to RAAF as A72-169.  SOC 12-52.
				41960 to RAAF as A72-170.  SOC 12-52.
				41961 to RAAF as A72-171.  SOC 12-52.
				41962 to RAAF as A72-172.  Sold 6-50.
				41963 to RAAF as A72-173.  SOC 12-52.
				41964 to RAAF as A72-174.  SOC 12-52.
				41965 to RAAF as A72-175.  SOC 12-52.
				41966 to RAAF as A72-177.  Lost on ops 5-45.
				41967 to RAAF as A72-178.  SOC 12-52.
				41969 to RAAF as A72-179.  SOC 12-52.
				41970 to RAAF as A72-180.  Sold 6-50.
				41973 to RAAF as A72-181.  SOC 12-52.
				41974 to RAAF as A72-182.  SOC 12-52.
				41975 to RAAF as A72-183.  Sold 6-50.
				41976 to RAAF as A72-184.  Converted to components 9-45	
				41977 to RAAF as A72-185.  Sold 6-50.
				41978 to RAAF as A72-186.  To DCA 12-51 for fire training
				41979 to RAAF as A72-187.  SOC 12-52.
				41980 to RAAF as A72-188.  SOC 12-52.
				41982 to RAAF as A72-189.  Sold 6-50.
				41983 to RAAF as A72-190.  SOC 12-52.
				41984 to RAAF as A72-191.  Missing on ops 3-45.
				41986 assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH Nov 1945.
					NACA’s B-24M became one of the laboratory’s most frequently used aircraft. Mechanics repeatedly 
					modified the B-24M to study different icing phenomena on components such as windshields, 
					antenna, propellers, and engines. Each component had individual thermal ice protection devices 
					which allowed researchers to determine the effect of ice on specific areas. Over the next 
					nine years researchers studied almost all components, including wings, tail, engine cowls, nose, 
					propellers, and antennas in icing conditions.
					The B-24M was also used to study ice buildup on jet engines. A General Electric I?16 engine 
					was installed in the aircraft’s waist compartment. An air scoop on the top of the aircraft 
					ducted cold external air to the engine inside. Water spray nozzles inside the aircraft simulated 
					icing conditions at the turbojet’s inlet. Later a Westinghouse 24C turbojet was installed 
					under the B?24M’s right wing to study its performance as the crew flew the aircraft into 
					hazardous icing conditions. 
				41987 to RAAF as A72-192.  Sold 6-50.
				41988 to RAAF as A72-193.  Sold 6-50.
				41989 to RAAF as A72-194.  SOC 12-52.
				41990 to RAAF as A72-195.  SOC 12-52.
				41991 to RAAF as A72-196.  Shot down 6-45
				41992 to RAAF as A72-197.  To DCA 12-52 for fire training
				41993 to RAAF as A72-198.  SOC 12-52.
				41995 crashed south of Kenny, CA and north of Usal, CA near Anderson Cliff and Mistake Point May 12, 1945 
					on training flight from March Field to Oregon.  All 11 crew killed.
				41968 converted to F-7B
				41971 to RAAF as A72-158.  SOC 12-52
				41972 to RAAF as A72-159.  Missing on ops 5-45.
				41997/41999 to USN as PB4Y-1 90192/90194.
				42000/42016 to USN as PB4Y-1 90195/90211.
				42017 to USN as PB4Y-1 90133.
				42023 destroyed by fire in takeoff accident in Pacific Feb 16, 1945.
				42026 converted to F-7B.   Destroyed on takeoff from McGuire Strip May 8, 1945 when
					nose gear collapsed.  No casualties.
				42028 converted to F-7B
				42031 converted to F-7B
				42032/42048 to USN as PB4Y-1 90212/90228.
44-42049/42148		Consolidated B-24M-15-CO Liberator
				MSN 5985/6084
				42049/42051 to USN as PB4Y-1 90229/90231.
				42052 (494th BG, 866th BS) crashed in South Pacific Sep 10, 1945 while ferrying
					former POWs from US/Dutch/Australian armed forces.  5 crew and 20 passengers killed.
				42055 (494th BG, 864th BS) crashed on takeoff at Harmon Field, Guam 
					May 1, 1945.  MACR 14348
				42056 (494th BG, 865th BS)
				42058 (494th BG, 867th BS, "brief") lost May 4, 1945 over Koror Island in Palau, Central
					Pacific  MACR 14351.  10 crew KIA, 1 captured and executed.  This plane was hit by AAA between no 2 engine
					and the fuselage and was the aircraft featured in the film "Air Death--A B-24 Shot down in Carolines Raid"
				42059 converted to F-7B
				42067/42093 to USN as PB4Y-1 90232/90258.
				42097/42098 converted to F-7B
				42111 damaged in takeoff accident Lages, Azores Feb 7, 1945.
				42114 (308th BG, 373rd BS) crashed after takeoff near Luliang, 
					China Feb 27, 1945.
				42127 (43rd BG) lost Jul 28, 1945, South Pacific
				42131 (868th BS) crashed into mountain on Namhae Island in
					southern Korea while on night anti-shipping mission
					Aug 7, 1945.  All 11 crew killed.  There is a memorial 
					marker at the site.
				42135/42136 converted to F-7B
				42140 (308th BG) lost Mar 26, 1945, China.  MACR 13458
				42141 converted to F-7B
				42144 went missing 500 mi SW of Johnston Island, 
					Pacific Mar 12, 1945.  Also listed as Sep 9, 1945.  MACR 14535
44-42149/42248		Consolidated B-24M-20-CO Liberator
				MSN 6085/6184
				42151 (11th BG, 431st BS, "Bolivar Jr")
				42169 crashed Feb 14, 1944 12 mi NE of Gander, Newfoundland during ferry flight.  MACR 12013.
					All onboard killed.
				42176/42188 to USN as PB4Y-1 90259/90271.
				42196 damaged in takeoff accident at Johnston Island, 
					Pacific Mar 8, 1945.
				42239 converted to F-7B
				42245 (5th BG, 23rd BS, "Top Of The Mark")
				42246 (43rd BG, 65th BS)
44-42249/42348		Consolidated B-24M-25-CO Liberator
				MSN 6185/6284
				42265 converted to F-7B
				42270 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42272 converted to F-7B
				42262 (90th BG, "Ceaseless Cindy") lost engine Jul 12, 1945 during
				 	raid on Canton, hit by AAA over target.  After dropping bombs
					the crew had to bail out in a valley of rice paddies surrounded
					by mountains.  Plane crashed into side of mountain.  All crew
					survived a journey of more than 300 miles across China, behind
					enemy lines.
				42276 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42283 (44th BG, 66th BS) returned to USA May 31, 1945.
				42292 assigned to Headquarters, 315th BW.  Converted to cargo aircraft Jun 1945.  Assigned to 501st BG Mar 23, 1946.
				42302 converted to F-7B
				42313/42314 converted to F-7B
				42315 (482nd BG, 814th BS) w/o in midair collision over Wash
					estuary, England Apr 18, 1945.
				42320 missing near Mokerang airfield, Los Negros island Apr 6, 1945.  MACR 13630
				42321 (5th AF) lost Apr 8, 1945, SW Pacific.
				42328 converted to F-7B
				42329 (380th BG) lost Jun 12, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14622
				42331 (331st BG, 529th BS, "Moonlight Maid") to Kingman, AZ.
44-42349/42448		Consolidated B-24M-30-CO Liberator
				MSN 6285/6384
				42350 converted to F-7B
				42352 (380th BG) lost May 18, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14533
				42358 (65th BS, 43rd BG) lost in mission to Formosa May 18, 1945
				42364 (307th BG) lost Jun 13, 1945.  MACR 14623
				42373 converted to F-7B
				42376 converted to F-7B
				42385 salvaged at Kingman, AZ Apr 23, 1946.
				42387 converted to F-7B
				42390 returned to USA Oct 28, 1945. To RFC at Kingman, AZ
					Oct 27, 1945.
				42403 converted to F-7B
				42409 converted to F-7B
				42418 (5th BG, 23rd BS, "Miss Illeene"
				42426 converted to F-7B
				42431 (22nd BG) lost Jun 25, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14925
44-42449/42548		Consolidated B-24M-35-CO Liberator
				MSN 6385/6484
				42452 converted to F-7B
				42461 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42462 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42468 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42469 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42470 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42472 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42473 damaged in landing accident at Topham Field, Canton Island,
					Pacific Apr 23, 1945.
				42475 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42476 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42477 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42478/42480 converted to F-7B
				42481 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42483 to Chinese Nationalist AF.  Defected to Communists in late 1940s.
				42484 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42485 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42500 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42501 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42502 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42503 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42505 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42506 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42507 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42508 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42510 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42512 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42513 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42514 to Chinese Nationalist AF as B-24003.  Defected to Communists in late 1940s.
				42515 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42516 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42520 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42521 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42527 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42528 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42529 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42530 to Chinese Nationalist AF.  Defected to Communists in late 1940s.
				42531 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42532 to Chinese Nationalist AF
				42533 to Chinese Nationalist AF
44-42549/42648		Consolidated B-24M-40-CO Liberator
				MSN 6485/6584
				42580 converted to F-7B
				42604/42605 converted to F-7B
				42621 converted to F-7B
44-42649/42722		Consolidated B-24M-45-CO Liberator
				MSN 6585/6658
				42653 converted to F-7B
				42686/42687 converted to F-7B
				42689/42691 converted to F-7B
				42693 converted to F-7B
				42695/42722 converted to F-7B
44-42723/44048		Cancelled contract for B-24 Liberator				
44-44049/44148		Consolidated B-24J-85-CF Liberator
				MSN 1344/1443
				44049 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH188.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44050 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH189.  SOC Dec 17, 1946.
				44051 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH190.  Damaged beyond repair when swung on landing
					and hit hole at Kankesanturai, Ceylon Mar 15, 1945.
				44052 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH191.  To Indian AF as T-18.  In Indian AF
					Technical College, Jalahali by 1972.  Acquired by Warbirds of GB Ltd and
					delivered to UK by Heavylift May 6, 1982.  Stored dismantled at
					Blackbushe AP, England.  Purchased by Collings Foundation and shipped
					to USA in 1986 and restored to flying condition, flying for the
					first time after restoration Aug 1989.  Now with Collings Foundation.
					Last flyable "real" B-24.  Registered as
					N224J and named "All American"  In 2009 was named "Witchcraft" and
					bore the number 252534 on the tail.  42-52534 flew 130 combat sorties.
				44053 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH192.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				44054 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH193.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				44055 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH194.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.
				44056 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH195.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44057 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH196.  SOC May 9, 1946
				44058 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH197.  SOC May 9, 1946
				44059 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH198.  SOC Nov 22, 1946.
				44060 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH199.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44061 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH200.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				44062 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH201.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44063 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH202.  Damaged beyond repair when nosewheel collapsed
					on takeoff from Lavariano, Italy May 13, 1945.
				44064 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH203.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44065 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH204.  MIA on mission to Szombathely, Hungary Nov 22, 1944
				44066 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH205.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44067 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH206.  Damaged beyond repair when nosewheel collapsed
					during takeoff from Bari, Italy Dec 6, 1945.
				44068 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH207.  Demaged beyond repair when nosewheel retracted on
					landing at Celone, Italy Feb 7, 1945.
				44069 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH208.  SOC Nov 13, 1946.
				44070 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH209.  MIA on mission to ST Veit, Austria Mar 23, 1945.
				44071 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH210.  Crashed into sea 130 mi S of Calcutta, India
					following engine fire May 1, 1945.
				44072 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH211.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44073 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH212.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44074 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH213.  SOC Dec 14, 1945.
				44075 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH214.  Shot down by AAA during attack on bridges of Burma-Siam
					railway Jan 3, 1945.
				44076 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH215.  Crashed near Tigen, Burma while returning from
					mission Jan 23, 1945.
				44077 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH216.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				44078 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH217.  Lost power during propeller feathering practice
					and ditched in sea 10 mi off Cox's Bazaar, India Apr 23, 1945.
				44079 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH218.  Ditched in Andaman Sea Aug 18,1945.
				44080 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH219.  Crashed in Bay of Bengal Oct 2, 1945.
				44081 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH220.  Hit mast of MTB during skip-bombing practice 10 mi
					NE of Madras, India Mar 10, 1945.  SOC after return to base.
				44082 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH221.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44083 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH222.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				44084 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH223.  SOC Jan 4, 1946. 
				44085 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH224.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44086 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH225.  To instructional airfram Jul 1946 as 6022M.
				44087 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH226.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				44088 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH227.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44089 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH228.  Sank back on takeoff from Cairo West, Egypt
					Jun 22, 1945 and damaged beyond repair when nosewheel collapsed.
				44090 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH229.  SOC Mar 14,1 946
				44091 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH230.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44092 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH231.  Shot down by AAA over Pola, Italy Feb 21, 1945.
				44093 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH232.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44094 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH233.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44095 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH234.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44096 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH235.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44097 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH236.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44098 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH237.  Caught fire on ground and damaged beyond repair
					Amendola, Italy May 8, 1945.
				44099 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH238.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44100 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH239.  MIA on supply drop over northern Italy Oct 13, 1944
				44101 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH240.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44102 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH241.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				44103 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH242.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44104 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH243.  MIA on suppply drop over northern Italy Nov 6, 1944
				44105 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH244.  MIA on mission to Bruck, Austria Mar 19, 1945
				44106 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH245.  MIA on mission to Graz, Austria Apr 1,1945
				44107 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH246.  SOC Mar 14,1946
				44108 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH247.  SOC Nov 13, 1946
				44109 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH248.  Undershot landing and hit building, Amendola, Italy,
					Jun 1, 1946.
				44110 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH249.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				44111 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH250.  Shot down by AAA over Port Blair, Andaman Islands,
					May 17, 1945
				44112 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH251.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44113 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH252.  Flew into ground in bad weather near Feni, India,
					Jun 13, 1945.
				44114 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH253.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44115 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH254.  Collided with Liberator KG974 (44-10479) in
					circuit at Dhubalia, India Jan 21, 1945
				44116 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH255.  MIA on raid on Khao Hua Gang railway yards
					Feb 9, 1945.  Was with 159 Sqdn based at Digri, India 
				44117 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH256.  MIA on raid on Burma-Siam railway Mar 15, 1945.
				44118 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH257.  Damaged behond repair when undercarriage
					leg collapsed and swung off runway, Jessore, India Aug 24, 1945.
				44119 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH258.  Dove into ground after engine cut on takeoff
					from Jessore, India Oct 6, 1945.
				44120 to RCAF as 3729
				44121 to RCAF as 3723
				44122 to RCAF as 3724
				44123 to RCAF as 3725
				44124 to RCAF as 3726
				44125 to RCAF as 3727
				44126 to RCAF as 3728.  Force-landed Sable Island Feb 12, 1945.
				44127 to RCAF as 3732
				44128 to RCAF as 3731
				44129 to RCAF as 3730
				44130 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH259.  Damaged beyond repair when undershot landing
					at Lydda, Palestine and undercarriage collapsed Dec 12, 1945
				44131 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH260.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44132 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH261.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44133 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH262.  SOC Jan 5, 1947
				44134 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH263.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44135 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH264.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44136 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH265.  SOC Nov 22, 1946
				44137 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH266.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44138 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH267.  SOC Jun 13, 1946.
				44139 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH268.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44140 to RAF as LIberator B.VI KH269.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44141 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH270.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44142 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH271.  SOC Feb 28, 1946.
				44143 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH272.  Dove into canal on bombing run Apr 18, 1945.
				44144 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH273.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44145 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH274.  Hit by AAA Jan 1, 1945, SOC on return.
				44146 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH275.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44147 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH276.  Shot down by AAA off Elephant Point Dec 29, 1944.
				44148 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH277.  Crashed near Kalemyo, Burma during special
					duties mission Jan 23, 1945
44-44149/44248		Consolidated B-24J-90-CF Liberator
				MSN 1444/1543
				44149 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH278.  Missing from special duties mission to French
					Indo-China Jan 23, 1945
				44150 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH279.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44151 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH280.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44152 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH281.  SOC Mar 11, 1946
				44153 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH282.  Missing, crash site found 15 mi W of Baotla, 
					French Indo-China Feb 21, 1945.  Not sure if this is the date of the loss or
					the date of finding the wreck.
				44154 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH283.  SOC Apr 20, 1945
				44155 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH284.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44156/44159 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH285/KH288.
					Transferred to RCAF
				44160 (98th BG) lost Aug 22, 1944, Germany.  MACR 10643.  I also have this plane as going to RAF
					as Liberator B.VI KH289 and being SOC May 20, 1946.
				44161 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH290.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44162 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH291.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44163 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH292.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44164 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH293.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44165 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH294.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44166 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH295.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44167 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH296.  Sank back onto runway during takeoff
					and crashed into sea China Bay, Ceylon Jul 8, 1945.
				44168 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK297.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44169 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH298.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44170 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH299.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44171 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH300.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44172 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH301.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44173 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH302.  Damaged beyond reapir when undercarriage
					collapsed while taxiing at Ballykelly, Northern Ireland Apr 25, 1944.
				44174 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH303.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44175 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH304.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE877.  Became
					N7866 for return to USA.  Now with Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson, Arizona.
				44176 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH305.  Relegated to instructional airframe 6025M
					July 1946
				44177 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH306.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44178 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH307.   Undercarriage collapsed when overshot
					landing and ran into ditch, Akyab, Burma Jun 22, 1945.
				44179 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH308.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				44180 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH309.  SOC Apr 17, 1946
				44181 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH310.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE923.
					Retired Dec 31, 1968 and stored at Poona AB
				44182 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH311.  SOC Dec 11, 1944.
				44183 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH312.  Ran out of fuel and ditched 30 mi SW
					of Cheduba Island, Burma Apr 1, 1945.
				44184 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH313.  SOC Feb 28, 1946.
				44185 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH314.  SOC Apr 1, 1945
				44186 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH315.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44187 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH316.  Flew into hill in cloud 30 mi ESE of
					Nowgong, India Jun 12, 1945
				44188 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH317.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44189 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH318.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44190 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH319.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44191 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH320.  SOC Apr 11, 1946. 
				44192 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH321.  SOC May 1, 1945
				44193 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH322.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44194 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH323.  Flew into ground on takeoff Jessore, India Apr 1, 1945.
				44195 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH324.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44196 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH325.  Brakes failed while taxying and ran into ditch
					and damaged beyond repair Minneriya, Ceylon Jul 9, 1945.
				44197 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH326.  MIA Jun 6, 1945.
				44198 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH327.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44199 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH328.  SOC Mar 11, 1946
				44200 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH329.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44201 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH330.  SOC Mar 3, 1947.
				44202 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH331.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44203 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH332.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44204 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH333.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44205 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH334.  SOC Jun 27, 1947
				44206 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH335.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44207 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH336.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44208 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH337. Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44209 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH338.  MIA Apr 26, 1945
				44210 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH339.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44211 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH340.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44212 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH341.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44213 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH342.  SOC Apr 11, 1946 and went to
					Indian AF as HE924.  Now with Indian AF Museum, Palam, India.
				44214 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH343.  SOC Jul 11, 1946
				44215 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH344.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44216 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH345.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44217 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH346.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				44218 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH347.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44219 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH348.  SOC Mar 12, 1947.
				44220 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH349.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44221 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH350.  Flew into ground 2 mi NW of Jessore, India
					after night takeoff Jun 12, 1945.
				44222 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH351.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44223 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH352.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44224 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH353.  Suffered hydraulic failure at Jessore, India
					May 23, 1945 and not repaired.
				44225 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH354.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44226 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH355.  Delivered to Dorval, Canada Oct 23, 1944, and then ferried
					to India.  Named "Kentucky Colonel"  Converted to DDT spraying and sent to 1354 Flight Mar 18, 1945.  
					SOC Jun 21, 1945 as unrepairable because of a broken spar.
				44227 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH356.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44228 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH357.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44229 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH358.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44230 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH359.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44231 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH360.  Shot down by AAA (99 Sqn) off Kalegauk Island Jan 1, 1945.
				44232 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH361.  Lost Jun 15, 1945.
				44233 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH362.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44234 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH363.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44235 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH364.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44236 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH365.  Ran out of fuel and forcelanded in swamp,
					Bengal, India Jul 10, 1945.
				44237 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH366.  Soc Apr 11, 1946
				44238 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH367.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44239 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH368.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44240 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH369.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				44241 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH370.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44242 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH371.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				44243 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH372.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44244 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH373.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44245 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH374.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				44246 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH375.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44247 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KH376.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44248 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH377.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
44-44249/44348		Consolidated B-24J-95-CF Liberator
				MSN 1544/1643
				44249 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH378.  Soc Apr 11,1 946
				44250 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH379.  Returned to USAAF Nov 6 1945.  No recorded RAF service
				44251 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH380.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44252 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH381.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				44253 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH382.  SOC May 30, 1946
				44254 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH383.  SOC May 30, 1946
				44255 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH384.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
				44256 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH385.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44257 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH386.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				44258 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH387.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44259 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH388.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44260 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH389.  Spiraled into sea 145 m W of Kyaukpyu, Burma Jun 5, 1945.
				44261 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH390.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44262 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH391.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE848.
					Retired Dec 31, 1968 and stored at Poona AB.
				44263 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH392.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE846.
					Retired Dec 31, 1968 and stored at Poona AB.
				44264 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH393.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44265 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH394.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44266 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH395.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44267 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH396.  Damaged beyond repair when nosewheel collapsed on
					landing at Tortorella, Italy Apr 2, 1945.
				44268 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH397.  Crashed into trees on takeoff from Jessore, India Mar 25, 1945.
				44269 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH398.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				44270 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH399.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44271 to RAF as Liberator V.VI KH400.  Crashed during delivery flight at Newark, NJ Nov 21, 1944.
				44272 (MSN 1567) to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH401.  SOC Sep 26, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE771.
					Sold to Yesterday's Air Force in 1973 as N94459.  Loaned to 15th AF Museum, March AFB, CA in 1981.
					Noted as N94459 (but painted as 250551) Apr 2001 in Kermit Weeks' Fantasy of Flight 
					Museum, Polk City, FL.
				44273 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH402.  SOC May 8, 1946.
				44274 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH403.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44275 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH404.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44276 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH405.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44277 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH406.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44278 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH407.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44279 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KH408.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44280 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH409.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE845.
					Retired Dec 31, 1968 and stored at Poona AB.
				44281 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH410.  Missing Apr 21, 1945
				44282 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH411.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44283 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH412.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44284 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH413.  SOC Sep 12, 1496
				44285 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH414.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				44286 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH415.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44287 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH416.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44288 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH417.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44289 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KH418.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.	
				44290 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH419.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44291 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KH420.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44292 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK221.  SOC Jan 17, 1947
				44293 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK222.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44294 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK223.  crashed on landing at Kankesanturai, Ceylon
					Nov 30, 1945 and destroyed by fire.
				44295 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK224.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44296 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK225.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				44297 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK226.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44298 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK227.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				44299 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK228.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				44300 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK229.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44301 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK230.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44302 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK231.  Damaged during taxying at Ramat David, Palestine Mar 18, 1946.
					Further damaged during recovery and SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44303 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK232.  Engine failed over Greece Oct 2, 1945 and SOC on return.
				44304 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK233.  Crashed into ground after night takeoff from
					Tortorella, Italy Apr 10, 1945.
				44305 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK234.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44306 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK235.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44307 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK236.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947. 	
				44308/44313 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK237/KK242.
					Transferred to RCAF.  KK241 crashed.
					44308 to RAF as KK237, passed to RCAF.  SOC Oct 8, 1946.  Hulk recovered from
						farm at Chase, BC in 1971 and advertised for sale.  Report that it was sold
						to an American museum, but I have no further details.
				44314 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK243.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44315 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK244.  SOC Oct 22, 1946.
				44316 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK245.  SOC Jan 11, 1947.
				44317 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK246.  SOC Oct 25, 1946.
				44318 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK247.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44319 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK248.  Damaged beyond repair when undercarriage
					retracted prematurely during takeoff from Waterbeach, England Mar 1, 1946.
				44320 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK249.  SOC Oct 22, 1947.
				44321 to RAf as Liberator GR.VIII KK250.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44322 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK251.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44323 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK252.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				44324 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK253.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				44325 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK254.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44326 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK255.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44327 to RAF as Liberator GR.VII KK256.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44328 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK257.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44329 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK258.  SOC Dec 31, 1946.
				44330 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK259.  MIA Apr 9, 1945.
				44331 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK260.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44332 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK261.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44333 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK262.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44334 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK263.  Flew into ground on takeoff from St. Eval Nov 5, 1945.
				44335 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK264.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44336 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK265.  Damaged beyond repair when undercarriage
					collapsed on takeoff from Lydda, Palestine Jan 16, 1946.
				44337 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK266.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				44338 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK267.  Was intended for use as instructional airframe
					as 6028M, but instead sold for scrap Jul 7, 1948.
				44339 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK268.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44340 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK269.   SOC Oct 29, 1946
				44341 to RAF as Liberator V.VI KK270.  Engine caught fire at Aqir, Palestine Nov 12, 1945
					and destroyed by fire.
				44342 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK271.  Engine failed over Greece Sep 5, 1945, not repaired.
				44343 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK272.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44344 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK273.  SOC Oct 9, 1946.
				44345 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK274.  MIA on mission to Villach, Austria Apr 15, 1945.
				44346 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK275.  SOC Apr 11, 1946.
				44347 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK276.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44348 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK277.  SOC Oct 29, 1946.
44-44349/44448		Consolidated B-24J-100-CF Liberator
				MSN 1644/1743
				44349 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK278.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44350 to RCAF as 3737
				44351 to RCAF as 3742
				44352 to RCAF as 3735
				44353 to RCAF as 3734
				44354 to RCAF as 3738
				44355 to RCAF as 3733
				44356 to RCAF as 3739
				44357 to RCAF as 3736
				44358 to RCAF as 3740
				44359 to RCAF as 3741
				44360 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK279.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44361 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK280.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44362 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK281.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44363 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK282.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44364 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK283.  Damaged beyond repair when ran into loosely-filled
					crater and undercarriage collapsed at Lavariano, Italy May 9, 1945.
				44365 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK284.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44366 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK285.  SOC Oct 3, 1946.
				44367 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK286.  SOC Mar 12, 1947.
				44368 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK287.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44369 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK288.  Damaged on landing at Hassani, Greece Jul 19, 1945.
					Not repaired and SOC>
				44370 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK289.  Suffered severe vibration on takeoff from
					Lossiemouth, Scotland Oct 17, 1945 and damaged beyond repair when undercarriage
					raised to stop.
				44371 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK290.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44372 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK291.  SOC May 14, 1947.
				44373 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK292.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44374 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK293.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44375 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK294.  Brakes seized while landing at St Eval, England
					Sep 27, 1945 and undercarriage collapsed.  Damaged beyond repair.
				44376 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK295.  Ran out of fuel on ferry flight Feb 10, 1945 and
					force landed on beach at Lough Swily, Eire.
				44377 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK296.  SOC May 14, 1947.
				44378 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK297.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44379 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK298.  SOC May 14, 1947.
				44380 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK299.  MIA May 5, 1945.
				44381 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK300.  SOC Nov 7, 1947.
				44382 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK301.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44383 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK302.  Crashed after colliding with Liberator KL355 (44-44467)
					in circuit at Celone, Italy Apr 4, 1945.	
				44384 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK303.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44385 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK304.  Undercarriage damaged on landing at Abu Sueir,
					Egypt Jun 21, 1945.  Not repaired.
				44386 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK305.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44387 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK306.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44388 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK307.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44389 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK308.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44390 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK309.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44391 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK310.  Damaged beyond repair on landing at Celone, Italy
					Jun 2, 1945.
				44392 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK311.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44393 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK312.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44394 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK313.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44395 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK314.  SOC May 9, 1945.
				44396 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK315.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				44397 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK316.  SOC Mar 3, 1947.
				44398 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK317.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44399 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK318.  SOC Oct 9, 1946
				44400 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK319.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44401 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK320.  Hit by bombs from another aircraft over Monfalcone,
					Italy Mar 16,1945.  Returned safely but damaged beyond repair.
				44402 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK321.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44403 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK322.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44404 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK323.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44405 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK324.  SOC Dec 17, 1946.
				44406 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK325.  Soc May 14, 1947.
				44407 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK326.  Soc Nov 11, 1947.
				44408 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK327.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44409 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK328.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44410 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK329.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44411 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK330.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.			
				44412 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK331.  Crashed in Lunde, Norway at night on training mission 
					with 111 OTU Jan 4, 1946.  8 killed.
				44413 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK332.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44414 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK333.  SOC May 14, 1947.
				44415 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK334.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44416 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK335.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44417 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK336.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44418 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK337.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				44419 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK338.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44420 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK339.  Damaged beyond repair when undershot landing in
					bad weather at Ballykelly, Northern ireland May 9, 1945.
				44421 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK340.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				44422 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK341.  Nosewheel collapsed during takeoff at Castel Benito,
					Libya Nov 26, 1945 and damaged beyond repair.
				44423 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK342.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				44424 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK343.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44425 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK344.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44426 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK345.  MIA on mission to Novska, Yugoslavia Apr 3, 1945.
				44427 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK346.  Brakes failed on landing at Lavariano, Italy
					May 11, 1945 and damaged beyond repair.
				44428 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK347.  Bounced on landing t Foggia Main, Italy
					Apr 15, 1945, stalled, and spun into ground.
				44429 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK348.  SOC Mar 3, 1947.
				44430 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK349.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44431 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK350.  Hit house on high ground after engine fire at
					Manfredonia, Italy Mar 3, 1945.
				44432 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK351.  SOC Dec 4, 1946.
				44433 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK352.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				44434 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK353.  SOC Oct 9, 1946.
				44435 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK354.  Shot down by AAA over Trieste Mar 5, 1945.
				44436 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK355.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44437 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK356.  SOC Oct 3, 1946.
				44438 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK358.  Landing gear collapsed after landing at Celone, Italy
					Jul 9, 1945.  Not repaired and SOC May 9, 1946.
				44440 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK359.  SOC May 9, 1945.
				44441 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK360.  Undershot landing at Bari, Italy Sep 14, 1945, bounced
					and undercarriage collapsed.  Not repaired.
				44442 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK361.  Abandoned takeoff at Foggia Main, Italy Mar 29, 1945
					but overshot and hit crashed Wellington and damaged beyond repair.
				44443 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KK362.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				44444 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK363.  SOC Jun 2, 1947.
				44445 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK364.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				44446 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK365.  SOC May 14, 1947.
				44447 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK366.  Undercarriage collapsed when tire burst on landing
					at Windsor Field, Bahamas May 22, 1945.  w/o
				44448 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK367.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
44-44449/44501		Consolidated B-24J-105-CF Liberator
				MSN 1744/1796
				44449 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK368.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44450 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK369.  SOC Oct 22, 1946
				44451 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KK370.  SOC Oct 29, 1946
				44452 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK371.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44453 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK372.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				44454 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK373.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44455 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK374.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				44456 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK375.  SOC Jun 4, 1974
				44457 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK376.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				44458 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK377.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44459 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KK378.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				44460 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KL348.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44461 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KL349.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948.
				44462 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KL350.  SOC Nov 28, 1946.
				44463 to RAF as Liberator GR.VI KL351.  SOC Jun 4, 19o47
				44464 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL352.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				44465 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL353.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				44466 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL354.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44467 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL355.  Crashed at Celone, Italy Apr 4, 1945
					after midair collision with Liberator KK302 (44-44383)
				44468 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL356.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
				44469 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL357.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44470 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL358.  Undercarriage collapsed while taxying
					at Celone, Italy Jul 9, 1945 and w/o.
				44471 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL359.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44472 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL360.  SOC Mar 21, 1946
				44473 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL361.  MIA on missin to Novska, Yugoslavia Apr 3, 1945.
				44474 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL362.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44475 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL363.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44476 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL364.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44477 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL365.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				44478 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL366.  SOC Mar 12, 1946.
				44479 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL367.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				44480 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL368.  Undercarriage leg broke off while landing at
					Shallufa, Egypt Jan 21, 1946 and SOC Feb 28, 1946.
				44481 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL369.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44482 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL370.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44483 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL371.  Crashed before delivery to UK
				44484 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL372.  Delivered to Dorval, Montreal Jan 38, 1945.  To Mediterranean
					Allied Air Forces, arrived Rabat/Sale, Morocco Jan 23, 1945.  SOC Nov 13, 1946.  
				44485 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL373.  SOC Mar 3, 1947.
				44486 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL374.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44487 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL375.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44488 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL376.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				44489 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL377.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44490 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL378.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				44491 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL379.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44492 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL380.  Destroyed by fire at Hassani, Greece
					Sep 11, 1945 after being hit while parked by Baltimore FW800 (43-8957)
				44493 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL381.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44494 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL382.  Engine cut during takeoff from Foggia Main,
					Italy Apr 10, 1945. Hit wires and w/o when undercarriage collapsed upon landing
				44495 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL383.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44496 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL384.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44497 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL385.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				44498 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL386.  Crashed into sea after takeoff from Kindley
					Field, Bermuda Feb 6, 1945.  Seems to have been on a delivery
					flight to India.
				44499 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL387.  Nose wheel collapsed on takeoff from
					Bari, Italy Dec 14, 1945.  Ran into quarry and was not repaired.
				44500 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL388.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				44501 condemned salvage May 26, 1945
44-44502/44548		Cancelled contract for B-24 Liberator
44-44549/44554		Fisher P-75A Eagle
				44549 crashed Oct 10, 1944 7 mi NNW of De Funiak Springs, FL in forced landing
					due to mechanical failure during delivery to Elgin Field, 
					FL.  Pilot attempted dead-stick landing but crashed short of
					field on approach, and pilot was killed.  Surveyed Nov 6, 1944
				44550 designated XP-75A-1.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA 
					Nov 22, 1944 to Feb 7, 1946.  Used for flying qualities, stability and control, and performance 
					evaluations.  To reclamation at McClellan AFB May 24, 1946
				44551 to War Assets Administration Aug 3, 1946
				44552 to RFC at Urbana May 10, 1946
				44553 to Class 12 at Chicago Sep 18, 1946.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum, OH
				44554 to CL-26 Jul 5, 1945
44-44555/47048		Fisher P-75A-1-GC Eagle
				Cancelled contract
44-47049/47748		Beech C-45F Expeditor
				Some to US Navy as JRB-3/4
				47049 (MSN 6841) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11744 in 1953.
				47050 to reclamation at Hill AFB Jul 7, 1948
				47051 to reclamation Bolling Fld Mar 14, 1950
				47052 (MSN 6845) to France Jun 1, 1948 as F-BEAO (wfu)
				47053 condemned salvage no battle damage Jul 14, 1945
				47054 (MSN 6848) to N6818C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47055 condemned salvage Jun 12, 1946
				47056 to reclamation European Theater Mar 11, 1947
				47057 condemned salvage no battle damage 26 May 1945
				47058 to reclamation Panama Sep 23, 1949
				47059 to French Oct 12, 1946
				47060 (MSN 6857) to Halliburton Oil Company, Duncan, Okla Jul 15, 1944. Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G
					51-11492 in 1952.
				47061 (MSN 6859) to reclamation Las Vegas AAF Apr 4, 1945.  To NC44565, N44565.  Ditched due to engine failure and
					sank, West Falmouth, Massachusetts Jul 30, 1973.
				47062 (MSN 6860) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11737 in 1953.
				47063 (MSN 6862) to civil registry as N6411C
				47065 to reclamation Las Vegas AAF Apr 4, 1945
				47067 to reclamation Bolling Fld Dec 16, 1946
				47069 Lend-Leaseto Paraguay as C-45F Mar 19, 1945 as FAP T-3 (Modified at Hamilton 
					Field as F-2B Jan 19, 1945)
				47070 (MSN 6940) to reclamation Tinker AFB May 18, 1948.  To civil registry as N5168N, N3333, N3338, 
				47071 to reclamation Bolling Fld Dec 28, 1945
				47072 to reclamation Bolling Fd Oct 14, 1949
				47073 (MSN 6945) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11907 in 1953.
				47074 to reclamation Jacksonville AAF Aug 17, 1947
				47076 to reclamation Wright Fld Jul 19, 1947
				47077 (MSN 6951) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to civil use.  To Standard Oil Company Jul 15, 1944 as NC44566.  
					To N39Q.  Struck wires during go-around and crashed and destroyed by fire Fairfield-Caldwell Wright, New
					Jersey Nov 15, 1964. 
				47078 (MSN 6952) to reclamation Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11534
				47080 to RAF as Expeditor II HB273.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.
					To Italy Feb 7, 1949
				47081 (MSN 6957) to reclamation Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11533 Jul 23, 1952.
				47082 supposedly went to RAF as Expeditor II HB274, but no record of fate
					nor indeed of any RAF use.  To reclamation Kelly AFB Sep 30, 1949(orig for UK)
				47083 (MSN 6960) to N6819C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47084 to RAF as Expeditor II HB275.  DBR when undercarriage collapsed
					while taxying, Pandaveswar Mar 19, 1945.
				47085 (MSN 6963)  to civil registry as N8058H
				47086 (MSN 6964) to RAF as Expeditor II HB276.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italian AF
					as MM61754.  Preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy.
				47087 (MSN 6966) to reclamation Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11523 Jun 26, 1952.
				47088 to RAF as Expeditor II HB277.  DBR in gale, Bilbeis May 14, 1945
				47089 (MSN 6969) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10577 in 1953
				47090 to RAF as Expeditor II HB278.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1946
				47092 to RAF as Expeditor II HB279.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47093 (MSN 6975) to N7390C, current with Walter W Mercer, Arvin, CA.
				47094 (MSN 6976) to RAF as Expeditor II HB280.  Returned to USAAF Apr 18, 1946.
					To Italy May 12, 1949 as MM61714, named "Spirit of Guidonia" .  Was reported January 1995 as being 
					the next restoration project of the Italian group Gruppo Amici Velivoli Storici.  Noted preserved at
					Istituto Tecnico Industraile Statale Carlo Grassi in Turin Oct 2013.
				47096 to RAF as Expeditor II HB281 Aug 1944.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				47097 Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 1944
				47098 to RAF as Expeditor II HB282 Aug 1944.  Dropped wing on takeoff
					and crashed, Benson Dec 9, 1944.
				47099 Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 1944
				47100/47101 to USN Jul 1944
				47102 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD752 Sep 1944
				47103 to USN as BuNo 44315
				47104/47109 to USN (BuNo 90532-90536) Jul 1944
				47106 to US Navy as 90534.  Returned to USAF.  Assigned to Hill AFB, UT
					Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 24, 1955 to Mar 17, 1959
					Registered as NACA 106.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA
				47107 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD753
				47109 MSN 6999.
				47110 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD754.  Returned to USAAF.  Assigned to NAS Norfolk, VA
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jan 11, 1946 to May 1947.
					Registered as NACA 105.  Assigned to Muroc Flight Test Unit, Muroc Field, CA
					To reclamation Langley AFB Mar 2, 1950 (orgn for UK)
				47111/47112 to USN (BuNo 90537/90538) Aug 1944
				47113 (MSN 7005) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11501 in 1952.
				47114 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD755 Sep 1944
				47115 (MSN 7008) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10961 in 1954.
				47116 in 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes
				47117 (MSN 7011) to N6790C, LV-GTA
				47118 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD756 Sep 1944
				47119 to reclamation Kirtland AAF Sep 4, 1945
				47120 to Italy Jan 25, 1945 (orgin for UK)
				47121 (MSN 7017) to C-18S N8055H (Skyways, Cody, WY.)
				47122 to RAF as Expeditor II HB283.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
				47124 to reclamation Chicago Nov 10, 1948
				47125 (F-2B) to reclamation at Kadena AB, Okinawa as RC-45F Oct 17, 1950
				47126 to RAF as Expeditor II HB284 Aug 1944.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				47127 to reclamation Luke Fld Jun 20, 1946
				47128 to reclamation European Theater Apr 30, 1948
				47129 (MSN 7029) To Buick Motor Div, Flint, Michigan Jul 1944.  To C-18S NC44567, N1920 then XA-PEG 
				47130 to RAF as Expeditor II HB285.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47131 Lend-Lease to Colombia Aug 1944, later as FAC 901
				47132 (MSN 7033) Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 18, 1944 as 447132, later 7132.  Call sign F-RAEF.  Noted stored at 
					Chateaudun AB in 1972.
				47133 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 2, 1944 as 447133, later 133.  Scrapped in 1985.
				47134 to RAF as Expeditor II HB286.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949.
				47135 (MSN 7038) Lend-Lease to French AF Sep 28, 1944 as 447135, later 135.  SOC Nov 14, 1969.  Reported dumped at 
					Reims/Champagne Jun 15, 1974.
				47136 (F-2B) to reclamation FEA Jan 15, 1948
				47137 (MSN 7041) to Chevrolet Div, GMC Jul 4, 1944 as NC44568, later NC5103, N5103.  To N44568 
				47138 to Emerson Electric Jul 1944.  RAF record card says that it
					went to RAF as Expeditor II HB287 and SOC Oct 31, 1946.
				47139 (MSN 7044) to C-18S NC44569, N44569.  With Heritage in Flight Museum, Springfield, IL. since 
					31-Jul-1985
				47141 (MSN 7047) to reclamation Kelly Fld Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11539 in 1952.
				47142 to RAF as Expeditor II HB288.  Returned to USAAF Apr 4, 1946.
					Salvaged in Germany Jul 25, 1949
				47144 (MSN 7051) to N6786C.  Fitted with Edo floats.  To CF-MJT
				47145 (MSN 7053) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10580 in 1953.
				47146 to RAF as Expeditor II HB289.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
					To reclamation WIPE ET Mar 29, 1948
				47147 Wendover AFB, UT salvaged Oct 4, 1949
				47148 to Britain Sep 1944
				47149 (MSN 7059) to N6792C
				47150 to RAF as Expeditor II HB290.  DBR in gale, Bilbeis May 14, 1945.
				47151/47153 to USN (BuNo 90539-90541) Aug 1944
					47153 MSN 7065
				47154 (MSN 7066) to RAF as Expeditor II HB291.  Returned to
					USAAF Jun 9, 1946.  To French AF Jan 6, 1948, callsign F-ZJAI.  Reservation F-BECX reserved Oct 1948 but
					NTU.  To F-OADT Jul 7, 1949, cancelled Apr 1955.  To French AF at Centre d'Essais en Vol Feb 1955 as 066.
				47155/47156 to USN (90542/90543) Aug 1944
				47157 Ladd AAF,AK surveyed Feb 31, 1946
				47158 to RAF as Expeditor II HB292 Sep 1944.  SOC Oct 4, 1945.
				47159 (MSN 7074) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10909 in 1954
				47160 (MSN 7075) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10912 in 1954.
				47161 (MSN 7077) to N8005H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47162 supposedly went to RAF as Expeditor II HB293, but no record
					of fate nor indeed of any RAF use.  Reclamation Lockburn AAF Dec 9, 1947
				47163 (MSN 7080) to N6793C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47164 to reclamation Erding AFB, Germany Mar 8, 1950
				47165 (MSN 7083) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10908 in 1954.
				47166 to RAF as Expeditor II HB294.  Returned to USAAF at Payne Field, Cairo Egypt Jul 25, 1946.  
					Registered NC79924 to Arabian-American Oil Company (Aramco) at Dharan, Saudi Arabia Oct 16, 1947, 
					later as N79924.  Cancelled Oct 25, 1954.
				47167 to reclamation Peterson AFB Mar 2, 1948
				47168 (MSN 7087) to FA Dominicana as FAD15 in 1956.  
				47169 (MSN 7089) to reclamation Tinker AFB Jun 9, 1948.  To civil registry as N5338N
				47170 to RAF as Expeditor II HB295 Sep 1944.  Flew into hill in cloud
					near Ariano Irpino, Italy Apr 3, 1945.
				47171/47173 to USN (90544/90546) Aug 1944
				47174 to RAF as Expeditor II HB296 Sep 1944.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				47175/47176 to USN (90547/90548) Aug 1944
				47177 (MSN 7101) to Italian AF Jan 25, 1949 as MM61717.  Noted on pylon at Castel Volturno, Italy 1994-2004.
					Site cleared in 2004/
				47178 (MSN 7102) to RAF as Expeditor II HB297.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61717.
					Preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy.
				47179 to RFC Denver, Co May 8, 1946
				47180 (MSN 7105) to N8006H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47181 13AF condemned salvage Jul 24, 1945
				47182 to RAF as Expeditor II HB298 Sep 1944.  DBR when bellylanded on hillside following engine failure, 
					Bajidhanpara, Amipur Jan 28, 1945
				47183 to RFC Denver, Colorado Jan 22, 1947
				47184 (MSN 7111) to N6794C.  Fitted with Edo floats.  To CF-NCL
				47186 to RAF as Expeditor II HB299.  Returned to USAAF Apr 11, 1946.  To Italy May 12, 1949
				47187 (MSN 7116) to Bendix Corp Aug 1944 as NX44570.  To PP-XEY, PP-FEP.  Noted derelict at Sao Paulo in 1980.
				47188 (MSN 7117) to N8007H, modified as Conrad 10200.  To N102G
				47189 reclamation completed BADE Dec 30, 1947
				47190 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ468.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
					Reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
				47192 (MSN 7123) was at one time N2843G.  Registration N8096C reserved Jul 13, 2005.
				47193 Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1389 Aug 1944
				47194 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ469.  Returned to USAAF Apr 11, 1946.
					Reclamation completed Jun 9, 1948
				47195 reclamation completed Maxwell AFB Apr 18, 1950
				47196 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 2, 1944
				47197 Union SAF diverted to Military Intelligence Nov 4, 1944
				47198 (MSN 7132) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ470.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949 as MM61708.  Preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy
				47200/47201 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 2, 1944
				47202 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD757 Sep 1944
				47205 reclamation completed Stout Nov 19, 1947
				47206 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD758.  Reclamation completed Nov 30, 1948
				47207 Redmond surveyed Sep 20, 1944
				47208 (MSN 7147) Lend-Lease to French AF as 208 Sep 28, 1944
				47209 to N6795C.  Crashed and destroyed during mosquito spraying run, Brownsville, Texas Oct 21, 1967
				47210 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD759 Sep 1944
				47211 (MSN 7152) to Allison Motors, GM Corp Aug 1944 as NC44571, later N5101.  To D-IDHE, N5181.  Fitted with
					floats.  Crashed when struck earth bank during water takeoff from canal, North Perry, FL Nov 9, 1967.
				47212 (MSN 7153) to N6787C current with Karl Knight, Miami, FL. since 15-Sep-1966
				47213 (MSN 7155) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1390 Aug 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To French AF in 1962 
					as 1390, later 390.  Noted stored at Chateaudun AB in 1973.
				47214 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD760 Aug 1944
				47215 (MSN 7158) Lend-Lease to RCAF Aug 1944 as Expeditor II 1391.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  
					To French AF as 1391, later 391.  Noted in storage at Chateaudun AB in 1972.
				47216 (MSN 7159) Lend-Lease to RCAF Aug 1944 as Expeditor II 1392.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  
					To N506PA in 1968.  Current with Charles G Wentworth, Paso Robles, CA. since 21-Jan-1998
				47218 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD761
				47219 Lend-Lease to RCAF Aug 1944 as Expeditor II
				47220 reclamation completed Paterson AAF Oct 3, 1945
				47221 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 1944
				47222 to RAF as Expeditor II  KJ471.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy Feb 7, 1949
				47223/47225 to USN (90549/90551) Aug 1944
					47223 (MSN 7170) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 90549
				47226 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ472.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47227/47228 to USN (90552/90553) Aug 1944
					47228 (MSN 7177) transferred to US Navy as BuNo 90553.
				47229 (MSN 7179) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11486 in 1952.
				47230 (MSN 7180) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ473.  Returned to USAAF
					May 9, 1946.  To French AF Jun 1, 1948.  To F-BECA
				47231 (MSN 7182) reclamation completed Kelly Fld Mar 9, 1948.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11544 in 1952.
				47232 Marieta salvaged Dec 5, 1946; Reclamation completed Jan 28, 1947
				47234 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ474.  Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946.
					Reclamation completed Germany Jul 7, 1948
				47235 (MSN 7188) to Italy Jan 25, 1949.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11743 in 1953.
				47236 (MSN 7189) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10575 in 1953 
				47237 (MSN 7191) to N6268C to Clover Park School District, Tacoma, Washington in 1956 as instructional airframe.
				47238 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ475.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
				47239 diverted to War Assets May 29, 1946
				47240 Kirtland AFB salavaged Oct 5, 1950
				47241 (MSN 7691) reclamation completed Germany Feb 11, 1949.  To F-BEDV wfu
				47242 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ476.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47243/47245 to USN (BuNo 90554/90556) Aug 1944
				47246 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ477.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To Italy Feb 7, 1949
				47247/47248 to USN (BuNo 90557/90558) Aug 1944
					47248 (MSN 7207)
				47249 condemned salvage Jul 8, 1946
				47250 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ478 Sep 1944.  DBR when caught fire
					during maintenance at New Delhi Aug 7, 1945.
				47251 (MSN 7212) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11502 in 1952.
				47252/47253 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47254 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ479 Oct 1944.  Officially returned to
					USAAF Jun 11, 1946 but while on delivery flight dove into ground
					out of cloud at Tavoy Point, Burma Jun 22, 1946.
				47255 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47256/47257 reclamation completed FEA Jan 6, 1947
				47258 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ480 Sep 1944.  SOC Jun 27, 1946.
				47259 (MSN 7224) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11910.
				47260 reclamation completed Patterson AAF Oct 26, 1944
				47261 (MSN 7227) to N2842G (Dicks Air Service, Lepanto, AZ.)
				47262 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ481.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 13, 1946.  To France Jun 1, 1948
				47263 France diverted to Military Intelligence May 1, 1946
				47264 assigned to Wright Field, OH.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, 
					later as NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Mar 9, 1945 to Jan 8, 1954
					Assigned to Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY.  Reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 12, 1951
				47265 (MSN 7233) to Britain Sep 1944.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11524 in 1952.
				47266 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ482.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				47267 reclamation completed Olmstead AAF Aug 18, 1947
				47268 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47269 WAA scrapped Jun 19, 1947
				47270 condemned salvage May 4, 1946
				47271 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ483 Sep 1944.  Crashed and destroyed
					by fire after striking trees in bad weather 15mi ENE of
					Mirpur Apr 7, 1945.
				47272 reclamation completed Newark AB Jun 2, 1946
				47273 Lend-Lease to Chile Sep 1944.  Crashed by Jan 1945.  Replaced by 44-87100.
				47274 (MSN 7244) to Cities Service Co Aug 31, 1944 as NC2000.  To N2000, N2011.
				47275 to USN (90559) Sep 1944
				47276 (MSN 7246) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ484.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					To French purchaser as F-BEDY Jun 1948.  To TR-LLV
				47277/47279 to USN (90560/90562) Sep 1944
				47280 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ485. No record of fate but probably
					returned to USAAF, since reclamation completed Germany Jul 25, 1949
				47281 to USN (95063) Sep 1944
				47282 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 22, 1945
				47283 condemned accident not combat related Oct 14, 1945
				47284 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 11, 1944
				47285 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ486.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.  To Italy 25 Jan 1949
				47286 Wright-Patterson AFB destroyed Jun 1, 1950
				47288 (MSN 7260) diverted and sold to India Govt Apr 10, 1946.  To VT-CET
				47289 Kirtland AFB salvaged Feb 13, 1950
				47290 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ487.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
				47291 (MSN 7265) remanufactured by Beec as TC-45G 51-11599 in 1952.
				47292 to RFC Cincinatti Mar 21, 1946
				47293 reclamation completed Brookley AFB Feb 1, 1949
				47294 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 29, 1944
				47295 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ488 Oct 1944. SOC Mar 18, 1945.
				47296 (MSN 7671) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 1, 1949.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11532 Jul 23, 1952.
				47297 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ489 Oct 1944.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				47298 (MSN 7675?) in landing accident Nov 13, 1946 5 mi NW of
					McKeesport, PA.  In 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de
					Transportes.
				47300 (MSN 7676) to RAF as Expeditor II KG490 in Oct 1944.  Damaged
					when swung on landing at Nagpur Jan 28, 1946.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.
				47301 (MSN 7678) to Sinclair Prairie Oil Co Sep 1944 as NC44573, later N44573.  
				47302 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD762
				47303 (MSN 7680) to RAF as Expeditor II Oct 1944.  Returned to USAF.  To civil registry as N6796C 
					(Delogra Aviation, Fort Lauderdale, FL.)
				47304 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD763 Oct 1944
				47305/47306 to USN (90564/90565) Sep 1944
				47307 (MSN 7685) to Royal Navy as Expeditor II HD764 in 1944.  To Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm in Australia
					with call sigh VJ-AAD.  To French AF as 307 Jun 1948.  To F-BECQ, returned to French AF as 307.
				47308 to USN (90566) Sep 1944
				47309 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD765 Oct 1944
				47310/47311 to USN (90567/90568) Sep 1944
					47311 (MSN 7690) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 90568
				47312 Lend-Lease to Royal navy as HD766.  To French AF Jun 1, 1948
				47313 reclamation completed Maxwell AB Jun 27, 1947
				47314 (MSN 7693) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11741 in 1953.
				47315 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ491.  Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
				47318 to RFC Denver Jul 29, 1946
				47319 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 1944
				47320 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ492.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy Mar 3, 1949
				47321/47323 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 29, 1944
				47325 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ493 Nov 1944. SOC Oct 31, 1946.  To Italian AF as MM61714 in 1949
				47326 to Air Research Manufacturing Co 18 Sep 1944
				47327 (MSN 7709) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10954.
				47328 condemned crashed at Guam Island, Marianas Jun 20, 1945
				47329 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ494.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.  To Italy Mar 5, 1949
				47330 reclamation completed Apr 29, 1948
				47331/47333 to USN (90569/90570) Sep 1944
				47334 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ495 Oct 1944.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946
				47335/47337 to USN (90571/90573) Sep 1944
				47338 (MSN 7723) to OB-WAQ-481, OB-QAJ-481, N6797C
				47339 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ496.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
				47340 (MSN 7725) to N8010H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47341 reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 12, 1951
				47342 (MSN 7728) to civil registry as N8011H, CF-PSU (Air Dale), later N1047B.
				47343 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ497.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
					To Italy May 1949
				47344 (MSN 7730) to Republic Aviation Corp Sep 1944 as NC445786.  To N7eX, N3534B, HP-319
				47345/47346 to USN (90574/90575) Oct 1944
					47345 (MSN 7731) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 90574
				47347 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ498 Oct 1944.  SOC May 30, 1946.
				47348/47350 to USN (90576/90578) Oct 1944
				47351 reclamation completed Jan 6,1947
				47352 (MSN 7740) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ499.  To VT-ASW with Government of India Apr 1945 and cancelled
					May 30, 1946.  Returned to USAF in Germany.  To French civil registry as F-BECF Jun 1, 1948
				47353 to Brazil Nov 1944
				47354 (MSN 7743) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to Fisher Body division of General Motors Sep 1944.
					Issued civil registry as NC44578, later N5104.  To N44578, N286M
				47355 (MSN 7744) to French Jun 1948.  In 1956 to Nicaraguan AF, Escuadron de Transportes.  To N6145U
				47356 (MSN 7745) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ500.  Returned to USAAF in Germany Jun 27, 1946.  Transferred
					to French AF Jun 2, 1948 as 447356.  SOC May 18, 1972 at Chateaudun.  Reported still there Jun 17, 1974
				47358 (MSN 7748) to N6798C (Delogra Aviation, Fort Lauderdale.)
				47359 (MSN 7749) reclamation completed Brookley AFB Feb 13, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11603 in 1952.
				47360 (MSN 7750) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ501 Oct 1944.  To VT-ASS with Government of India Apr 1945 and
					cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  SOC Jun 27, 1946. 
				47362 (MSN 7753) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11490 in 1952. 
				47363 (MSN 7754) modified to F-2B.  To RFC Denver Jul 29, 1946. To NC75703, N75795, N75M, N7570
				47364 (MSN 7755) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ502.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.   To French AF Jun 18, 1948.
					to French civil registry as F-BEDB.
				47365/47367 to USN (90579/90581) Sep 1944
					47365 (MSN 7756) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 90579 in 1944.  
				47368 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ503 Oct 1944.  Returned to USAAF Dec 31, 1946.
				47369/47370 to USN (48246/48247) Oct 1944. SOC Jun 26, 1947
					47370 (MSN 7763) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 48247.
				47372 (MSN 7770) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ504 Oct 1944.  TO VT-ASZ with government of India Apr 1945 and
					cancelled Jul 31, 1946.
				47373 (MSN 7766) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11528 in 1952. 
				47374 to excess inventory list Sep 1, 1945
				47375 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 11, 1944
				47376 (MSN 7770) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ505.  to Government of India as VT-ASZ 1945-46.  Returned to USAAF 
					Nov 28, 1946.  To Italian AF Apr 30, 1949
				47377 (MSN 7771) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11740 in 1953.
				47379 condemned surplus Dec 29, 1944
				47380 (MSN 7775) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ506.  Returned to USAAF
					May 30, 1946.  To  French Jun 2, 1949.  To F-BEDK, wfu
				47381 (MSN 7776) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11905 in 1953.
				47382 (MSN 7778) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11906 in 1953.
				47383 (MSN 7779) to RFC Washington May 3, 1945.  To civil registry s NC52722, N52722
				47384 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ507 Nov 1944.  DBR when blown off
					runway into ditch after landing and undercarriage collapsed,
					Alipore Sep 7, 1945.
				47385/47387 to USN (48248/48250) Oct 1944
				47388 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ508.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
					Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47389 to USN (48251) Oct 1944
				47390 to USN (85096) Oct 1944
				47391 to Brazil Nov 1944
				47392 (MSN 7790) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ509.  Returned to USAAF Jun 29, 1946.
					To VT-ASX with government of India Apr 1945 and cancelled Jul 31, 1946.  To French civil
					registry as F-OAAJ Nov 12, 1947.  To F-BHTZ in 1958.
				47393 (MSN 7791) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10956 in 1954
				47394 (MSN 7793) to Barnsdell Oil Company Oct 1944; to C-18S NC44572, N44572 
				47395 reclamation completed Maxwell AAF 25 Aug 1947
				47396 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ510.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					To Italy Feb 7, 1949
				47397 to Brazil Nov 1944
				47398 (MSN 7798) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951. Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11515.
				47400 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD767.  Reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47401 to Brazil Nov 1944
				47402 reclamation completed Almogordo Oct 15, 1945
				47403 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 11, 1944
				47404 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD768 Dec 1944
				47405 to Brazil Nov 1944
				47406 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 12, 1944
				47407 to Brazil Nov 1944
				47408 Lend-Lease to oyal Navy as HD769.  To Italy Feb 7, 1949
				47409 (MSN 7811) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor Mk.II 1397 Oct 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-SBD
				47410 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 12, 1944.  Candidate for US registry May 1979 but no US
					registration known
				47411 condemned inventory Jun 11, 1945
				47412 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD770.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47413 Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1395 Oct 1944
				47414 reclamation completed Sioux City AAF Oct 25, 1945
				47415 Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD771 Jan 1945
				47416 (MSN 7820) to Socony Vacuum Oil Co. Oct 1944 as NC2631, N2631.
				47417 (MSN 7821) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11518 in 1952.
				47418 (MSN 7823) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ511.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 17, 1946.  To French Jun 2, 1948.  To F-BENA, F-VNAL
				47419/47421 to USN (85097/85099) Oct 1944
					47421 (MSN 7826) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85099
				47422 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ512 Nov 1944.  Destroyed by fire after
					being hit by shell from Japanese anti-tank gun, Meiktila
					Mar 21, 1945.
				47423/47424 to USN (85100/85101) Oct 1944
				47425 Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1394 Oct 1944
				47426 (MSN 7833) delivered to USAAF, assigned to 427AAFBU at Roswell, AAF, NM crashed on take-off at Biggs Field, TX on 
					Oct 25, 1946 damaging a C-47B (44-77265).  Reclamation completed Biggs Fld May 15, 1947
				47428 (MSN 7835) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1396 in Oct 1944, then to civil market as CF-RVL in 1966, and C-FRVL 
					on floats May 13, 1971, with Rusty Myers Flying Service(1986), Fort Frances, ONT. 
					since Jun 14, 1991.  Noted at Fort Frances on ramp with both engines removed in 2006.
				47429 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ513 Jan 1945.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				47430 to storage Bedford AAF, Mass Oct 6, 1946
				47431 (MSN 7839) to N6801C, N5444A, CX-BAL (ntu)
				47432 (MSN 7840) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ514.  Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946.
					To French Jun 25, 1948 as F-OAAK, F-BGTN.
				47433 (MSN 7841) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor Mk.II 1398 Oct 1944.  Rebuilt as Mk.3T standard.  To N6368 with
					Hamilton Aircraft Co, Tucson, AZ.  N518PA reserved.  N6368 noted in Hamilton storage compound in 1971.
				47434 reclamation completed Boise, ID Oct 19, 1950
				47435 (F-2B) reclamation completed Clark AFB, PI Aug 9, 1950
				47436 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ515 Nov 1944.  Returned to USAAF Apr 24, 1947.
				47437 (MSN 7845) to Dresser Mgf Co, NY Oct 1944 as NC44579.  Later N44579, XA-BIN, N165S, HR-263.
				47438/47439 to USN (85102/85103) Oct 1944
				47440 to RAF as Expeditor II KJ516.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To Italy Apr 26, 1949
				47441/47443 to USN (85104/85106) Oct 1944
					47441 (MSN 7849) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85104
				47444 (MSN 7852) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ517.  To VT-ASR with government of India Apr 1945 and
					cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.  To Italian AF May 2, 1949
				47445 (MSN 7853) remanufactured as C-45G 51-11601 in 1952.
				47446 (MSN 7854) reclamation completed Lowry AFB, CO Aug 16, 1949
				47447 (MSN 7855) reclamation completed Amarillo AAF Oct 15, 1945
				47448 (MSN 7856) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ518 Dec 1944.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 27, 1946
				47449 (MSN 7857) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10959 in 1954
				47450 (MSN 7858) to Fairbanks Morese Co Oct 1944 as NC44580.  To N445N.  Crashed and destroyed by fire in
					forced landing off-airport due to engine failure after takeoff, Houston, Texas Jul 18, 1965.
				47451 (MSN 7859) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951
				47452 (MSN 7860)  to RAF as Expeditor II KJ519 Dec 1944.  SOC Jun 27, 1946
				47453 (MSN 7861) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  To N8012H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47454 (MSN 7862) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11541 in 1952.
				47455 (MSN 7863) to Britian Dec 1944.  Remanufacted by Beech as TC-45G 51-11527 in 1952.
				47456 (MSN 7864) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ520.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				47457 (MSN 7865)
				47458 (MSN 7866) to Brazil Nov 1944
				47459 (MSN 7867) to N1851C
				47460 (MSN 7868) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ521.  To VT-ASP with government of India Apr 1945 and
					cancelled Jun 22, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
				47461 (MSN 7869) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10583 in 1953.
				47462 (MSN 7870)
				47463 (MSN 7871) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ522.  To VT-ASU with government of India May 1945 and
					cancelled May 20, 1946.  Returned to USAAF at Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany by April 1947.  Then to Foreign
					Liquidation Commission.  To Poland Jun 1, 1948.  To civil registry as F-OACB, w/o Pakse, Vietnam Jun 17, 1950.
				47464 (MSN 7872)
				47465 (MSN 7873) (F-2B) Buckley Field surveyed May 9, 1951
				47466 (MSN 7874) Lend-Lease to Mexico Nov 1944
				47467 (c/m 7875) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ523 Jan 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
				47468 (MSN 7876) reclamation completed Kelly AFB Jan 21, 1951.  Remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11543 in 1952.
				47469 (MSN 7877) reclamation completed Drew AAF Jul 11, 1945
				47470 (MSN 7878) reclamation completed Erding AFB, Germany  Nov 4, 1948
				47471 (MSN 7879) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ524.  Returned to USAAF
					Jun 27, 1946.  To F-BENB then To French AF as 447471 Jun 3, 1948, later 471.  
				47472 (MSN 7880)
				47473 (MSN 7881) F-2B to RFC Denver Aug 8, 1946.  To NC39142, in 1946, as N39142 in 1948.  To N81GB in 1973.  
					On display at Proud Bird Restaurant, Los Angeles IAP, California since 2002.
				47474 (MSN 7882) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10574 in 1953
				47475 (MSN 7883) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ525 Dec 1944.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
				47476 (MSN 7884)
				47477 (MSN 7885)
				47478 (MSN 7886)
				47479 (MSN 7887) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ526. Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29, 1946.  To Campaignie Air Transport Apr 1948 as F-BEDE.  Registration VH-BRQ reserved by
					not taken up, back as F-BEDE, then sold to Gabon as TR-LLU
				47480 (MSN 7888) to US Navy as BuNo 85107 Nov 1944
				47481 (MSN 7889) to JA5031
				47482 (MSN 7890) to US Navy as BuNo 85108 Nov 1944
				47483 (MSN 7891) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ527.  To VT-ASV with government of India May 1945 and cancelled
					May 25, 1946.  Returned to USAAF in France Dec 11, 1947, to VT-ACV, F-BEDG, w/o
				47484/47486 to USN (85109/85111) Nov 1944
				47487 (MSN 7895) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ528. Returned to USAAF
					Aug 29, 1946.  To France Jun 3, 1948.  To civil registry as F-BECG, CN-MAG wfu
				47488 (MSN 7896) to N7166C
				47489 (MSN 7897) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10951 in 1954.
				47490 (MSN 7898) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10920 in 1954
				47491 (MSN 7899) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ529.  To VT-ASO with government of India Mar 1945 and
					cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF Nov 28, 1946.  To Italy May 5, 1949
				47492 (MSN 7900) condemned salvage no battle damage 20 Jun 1945
				47493 (MSN 7901) to Brazil Nov 1944
				47494 (MSN 7902) to Collins Radio Co Nov 1944
				47495 (MSN 7903) to RAF as Expeditor II KG530.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					To Italy May 5, 1949
				47496 (MSN 7904) diverted to USMC 31 Mar 1946
				47497 (MSN 7905) to N6802C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47498 (MSN 7906) to USN (85112) Jan 1945
				47499 (MSN 7907) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD772 Jan 1945
				47500/47502 to USN (BuNo 85113/85115) Nov 1944
					47500 (MSN 7908)
					47501 (MSN 7909)
					47502 (MSN 7910)
				47503 (MSN 7911) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as Expeditor II HD773 Jan 1945.  To C-18S N4858V (Isle Royale Seaplane Service), 
					current as C-GESW with Clearwater Airways, Emo, ONT since Oct 19, 1999
				47504 (MSN 7912) to USN as JRB-4 85116 Nov 1944
				47505 (MSN 7913) Stout AAF surveyed Apr 27, 1945
				47506 (MSN 7914)
				47507 (MSN 7915) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as HD774 Jan 1945
				47508 (MSN 7916) reclamation completed Memphis, TN Jan 24, 1945
				47509 (MSN 7917) (HQ, 15th AF) damaged Jul 24, 1945 when ground looped at Rome
					Ciampino AFB.  Condemned salvage not combat related Aug 2, 1945
				47510 (MSN 7918) to excess inventory list Aug 3, 1945
				47511 (MSN 7919) Lend-Lease to British Royal Navy Jan 1945 as HD775
				47512 (MSN 7920) Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 17, 1944
				47513 (MSN 7921) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10903 in 1954.
				47514 (MSN 7922) Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 17, 1944
				47515 (MSN 7923) Lend-Lease to British Royal Navy as HD776 Mar 1945
				47516/47518 Lend-Lease to French AF Dec 17, 1944
					47516 (MSN 7924) to French AF as 447516, call sign F-RAEA
					47517 (MSN 7925)
					47518 (MSN 7926)
				47519 (MSN 7927) RAF as KJ531, returned to USAAF Apr 1947, then to French civil registry as F-BESD Sep 1948,
					To French AF as 447519, later 519 in 1956, callsign F-YJAH
				47520 (MSN 7928) excess inventory list Nov 19, 1947
				47521 (MSN 7929) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47522 (MSN 7930) to Switzerland Oct 5, 1949
				47523 (MSN 7931) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ532 in 1945.  Returned to USAAF
					at Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany.  To Italian AF Feb 7, 1949 as MM61702.  Seen on fire dump in 1983
				47524 (MSN 7932) condemned salvage not combat related Jun 21, 1945
				47525 (MSN 7933)
				47526 (MSN 7934) to Balboa, Panama Mar 16, 1949
				47527 (MSN 7935) to British Dec 1944
				47528 (MSN 7936) reclamation completed Feb 2, 1946
				47529 (MSN 7937) reclamation completed Jan 14, 1944.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10913 in 1954
				47530 (MSN 7938) to Britian Dec 1944
				47531 (MSN 7939)
				47532/47534 to USN (85117/85119) Dec 1944
					47532 (MSN 7940)
					47533 (MSN 7941)
					47534 (MSN 7942)
				47535 (MSN 7943) to Italian AF Feb 7, 1949 as MM61762. Displayed at Guigonia AB from 1994.
				47536/47537 to USN (85120/85121) Nov 1944
					MSN 7944/7945
				47538 (MSN 7946) to Britain as Expeditor II KD531 Jan 1945.  To C-18S N6083C, N6112, N681C
				47539 (MSN 7947) to VT-ATA with government of India Apr 1945.  Condemned salvage parts Oct 8, 1946
				47540 (MSN 7948) condemned lost, not combat related Apr 15, 1946
				47541 (MSN 7949) lost in Alaska Apr 12, 1946.  MACR 15535.
				47542 (MSN 7950) reclamation completed Alaska Jul 14, 1949.  To C-18S N57141, N92G, N92GC
				47543 (MSN 7951) to Britian Jan 1945
				47544 (MSN 7952)
				47545 (MSN 7953) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10948 in 1954.
				47546 (MSN 7954) to N8068H
				47547 (MSN 7955) to Britian Dec 1944
				47548 (MSN 7956) condemned crashed Sep 16, 1945
				47549/47550 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
					47549 (MSN 7957)
					47550 (MSN 7958)
				47551 (MSN 7959) to Britian Jan 1945
				47552/47554 to USN (85122/85124) Nov 1944
					47552 (MSN 7960)
					47553 (MSN 7961)
					47554 (MSN 7962)
				47555 (MSN 7963) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47556/47557 to USN (85125/85126) Nov 1944
					47556 (MSN 7964) to US Navy as JRB-4 85125.
					47557 (MSN 7965)
				47558 (MSN 7966) To Jack Heintz Co Nov 1944.  To C.18S NC44577, N44577.  To HP-450, back to N44577.
				47559 (MSN 7967) to Italy Apr 20, 1949
				47560 (MSN 7968) reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
				47561 9MSN 7969)
				47562 (MSN 7970) to N6805C.  Noted stripped in Connor storage compound at Miami airport in 1978.
				47563 (MSN 7971) to Italy Apr 20, 1949
				47564 (MSN 7972) condemned salvage Jul 25, 1946
				47565 (MSN 7973) reclamation completed Wright-Patterson AFB Mar 16, 1948
				47566 (MSN 7974) Lend-Lease to Paraguay Mar 16, 1945
				47567 (MSN 7975) to Britain Jan 1945
				47568 (MSN 7976) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10792 in 1954
				47569 (MSN 7977) reclamation completed Kelly AAF May 29, 1947
				47570 (MSN 7978) wrecked, Newark AB,NJ; Salvaged Apr 10, 1948
				47571 (MSN 7979) to France Jun 3, 1948
				47572 (MSN 7980) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1399 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-NRK
				47573 (MSN 7981) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10786 in 1954
				47574 (MSN 7982) reclamation completed Bolling AFB, DC Mar 18, 1949
				47575 (MSN 7983) wrecked Dec 9, 1949, London, England: Engine failure, forced-landing; 
					London HQ salvaged  Mar 30, 1950
				47576 (MSN 7984) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47577 (MSN 7985) reclamation completed McClellan AFB Jun 17, 1948.  
				47578 (MSN 7986) to USN as BuNo 85127 Dec 1944
				47579 (MSN 7987) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ546 in 1944.  Returned to USAAF in Germany.  To French civil registry
					Dec 11, 1947 as F-BECE for Ste Des Avions Taxis D. Indochine in Saigon.  Crashed Jan 4, 1950.
				47580/47582 to USN (85128/85130) Dec 1944
					47580 (MSN 7988) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85128
					47581 (MSN 7989) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85129
					47582 (MSN 7990) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 85130.
				47583 (MSN 7991) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47584 (MSN 7992) to US Navy as BuNo 85131 Dec 1944
				47585 (MSN 7993) to Hercules Powder Co, Calif Dec 1944.  To C.18S NC44581, 
					current as N44581 with Rourke Aviation, Bartlesville, OK. since 05-Dec-1968
				47586 (MSN 7994) to C-18S N6806C.  Crashed in forced landing off-airport during parachuting operations, 
					Theodore, AL Oct 5, 1980.
				47587 (MSN 7995) to CIE Air Transport May 1948 as F-BEDD
				47589 (MSN 7997) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47590 (MSN 7998) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47591 (MSN 7999) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ549.  Returned to USAAF in Germany by 1947
					and sold Jun 3, 1948 as F-BEDH.  To French AF as 447591, later 591
				47592 (MSN 8000) to N7165C 
				47593 (MSN 8001) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10964 in 1954
				47594 (MSN 8002) reclamation completed Griffiss AFB (Rome AD), NY Oct 7, 1948
				47595 (MSN 8003) reclamation completed Mar 8, 1947
				47596 (MSN 8004) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10578 in 1953
				47597 (MSN 8005) remanufactured by Beech as C-45h 52-10782 IN 1954.
				47598 (MSN 8006) to USN (85132) Dec 1944
				47599 (MSN 8007) to RAF as Expeditor II.  Returned to USAAF in Germany.  To French user Jun 3, 1948, registered 
					as F-BEDR Oct 1948.  W/o in 1952
				47600/47602 to USN (85133/85135) Dec 1944
					MSN 8008/8010
				47603 (MSN 8011) converted to F-2B.  To TG-DEG.  Crashed Feb 2, 1960.
				47604 (MSN 8012) to USN (44555) Dec 1944
				47605 (MSN 8013) to Foreign Liquidation Commission Italy Feb 7, 1949.  To N6807C with Delogra Aviation Corp,
					Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
				47606 (MSN 8014) to N6806C, N234GB, N51717
				47607 (MSN 8015) to government of India as VT-AST Apr 1945 and cancelled Mar 28, 1946.  Returned to USAAF in
					Germany.  To Italian AF in 1949.
				47608 (MSN 8016)
				47609 (MSN 8017)
				47610 (MSN 8018)
				47611 (MSN 8019) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47612 (MSN 8020)
				47613 (MSN 8021) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47614 (MSN 8022) to Italian AF Jan 25, 1949 as MM61683
				47615 (MSN 8023)
				47616 (MSN 8024) to N3306E
				47617 (MSN 8025) reclamation completed Mitchel AFB, NY Jan 17, 1951.  Now on display
					at Altus AFB, OK 
				47618 (MSN 8026) to N6809C with Delogra Aviation Corp, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
				47619 (MSN 8027) to RAF as Expeditor II KJ556.  To government of India as VT-ASY Apr 1945 and cancelled Jul 31, 1946.
					47622 to West Production Co Dec 1944
				47620 (MSN 8028) to N6409C, N202WV
				47621 (MSN 8029)
				47622 (MSN 8030) to NC111W, N111W
				47623 (MSN 8031) to Foreign Liquidation Commission Italy Apr 23, 1949
				47624 (MSN 8032) reclamation completed Hamilton Fld Jun 7, 1946
				47625 (MSN 8033)
				47626 (MSN 8034) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1421 Jan 1945, sold to civil market as CF-UWE, C-FUWE (Atlantic Central Airlines).  
					Preserved at Canadian Bushplane Heritage Center, Sault Ste Marie, Canada.
				47627 (MSN 8035) reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
				47628 (MSN 8036) to C-18S N6810C 
				47630 (MSN 8038) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1417 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-PCH.  Retired with
					Canadian Voyager Airlines in 1980.
				47631 (MSN 8039) reclamation completed Mar 8, 1947
				47632 (MSN 8040) Smoky Hill AAF surveyed Dec 4, 1945
				47633 (MSN 8041) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1418 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  Sold to civil market 
					as CF-KAK in 1966.
				47634 (MSN 8042) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1419 Dec 1944.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standard.  To CF-RSS, CF-DWS, C-FDWS
				47635 (MSN 8043) to Britain Jan 1945
				47636 (MSN 8044) reclamation completed Memphis, TN Jul 13, 1950
				47637 (MSN 8045) to Consolidated Steel Corp Dec 1944 as NC44582, later N44582
				47638/47642 to USN (44556/44560) Dec 1944
					47638 (MSN 8046) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44556
					47639 (MSN 8047)
					47640 (MSN 8048)
					47641 (MSN 8049)
					47642 (MSN 8050)
				47643 (MSN 8051) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11739 in 1953.
				47644 (MSN 8052) Lend-Lease to Brazil diverted to Military Intelligence Jan 4, 1945
				47645 (MSN 8053) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11500 in 1952.
				47646 (MSN 8054)
				47647 (MSN 8055) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11900 in 1953.
				47648 (MSN 8056) to N8013H (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47649 (MSN 8057) remanufactured by Beech as TC-45G 51-11595.
				47650 (MSN 8058) to N305, N161Z, N5082K
				47651 (MSN 8059) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47652 (MSN 8060) reclamation completed Chanute AFB Dec 20, 1948
				47653 (MSN 8061) reclamation completed Tyndal AAF Aug 25, 1947
				47654 (MSN 8062)
				47655/47657 to USN (44561/44563) Jan 1945
					47655 (MSN 8063
					47656 (MSN 8064) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44562
					47657 (MSN 8065)
				47658 (MSN 8066) to CAA as NC92, N92, N79.
				47659 (MSN 8067) to D-18C N1355N, current with 
					Sky Tours Hawaii, Honolulu, HI. since 19-May-1967
				47660 (MSN 8068) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10780.
				47661 (MSN 8069) converted to F-2B.  Diverted to Foreign Liquidation Commission 15 Sep 1947
				47662 (MSN 8070) reclamation completed Biggs Fld Oct 1, 1945.  To NC59550, N59550.  Struck trees during
					forced landing at International Fall, Minnesota Aug 28, 1965.
				47663 (MSN 8071) to Eastern Aircraft Division, General Motors Corp, Dec 1944 as NC44583.  Later N44583, N5102.
				47664 (MSN 8072) reclamation completed McClellan AAF Mar 4, 1946
				47665 (MSN 8073) to N6811C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.) 
				47666 (MSN 8074) to RFC Denver, CO Jul 14, 1946.  To N65576, N170V
				47667 (MSN 8075) to N6812C, CP-716.  Crqashed Puerto Suarez Sep 21, 1965.
				47668 (MSN 8076) to N5974V.  Crashed and destroyed in forced landing due to fuel exhaustion, Sonora, Texas
					Feb 28, 1965
				47669 (MSN 8077)
				47670 (MSN 8078) remanufactured by Beech as C-45G 51-11909 in 1953.
				47671 (MSN 8079) to N8014H
				47672 (MSN 8080)
				47673 (MSN 8081) to RFC Rome, NY Mar 14, 1946
				47674 (MSN 8082) reclamation completed May 30, 1948
				47675 (MSN 8083) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47676 (MSN 8084) condemned salvage Jun 6, 1946
				47677 (MSN 8085) to Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47678 (MSN 8086) (15AF) condemned salvage Nov 29, 1945
				47679 (MSN 8087) (9AF) condemned salvage Apr 6, 1946
				47680 (MSN 8088) reclamation completed Nov 19, 1947
				47681 (MSN 8089) to N7330C
				47682 (MSN 8090) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10953 in 1954.
				47683 (MSN 8091) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10793 in 1954
				47684 (MSN 8092) Ft. Richardson, AK to civilian application Nov 17, 1949.  Remanufactured by Beech as
					C-45H 52-10943 in 1954.
				47685 (MSN 8093) reclamation completed Dec 1947
				47686 (MSN 8094) with Alaska Air Command 1946-47.  Remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10794 in 1954.
				47687 (MSN 8095) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10795 in 1954.
				47688 (MSN 8096) to N6816C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.) 
				47689 (MSN 8097) to N6274C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.)
				47690 (MSN 8098) to N7378C 
				47691 (MSN 8099) to N8057H with University of Illinois, Champaign, IL
				47692 (MSN 8100) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10915 in 1954
				47693 (MSN 8101) to N6817C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.).  Later to ZP-CBH 
				47694 (MSN 8102) Lend-Lease to RCAF as Expeditor II 1422 Jan 1945.  Rebuilt to Mk.3T standards.  To N8124.
				47695 (MSN 8103) to N7871B.  Ditched in water due to engine failure while mosquito spraying, Marathon, FL Jul 10, 1965
				47696 (MSN 8104) on civil registry as N7381C.  Current with Robert Phillips since Jul 14, 2000.
					Registered to Harold Ewing Oct 14, 2004, still current
				47697 (MSN 8105) to RFC Greensboro AAF Jul 30, 1946.  To NC9111H, N9111H
				47698 (MSN 8106) reclamation completed Westover AAF, MA Aug 18, 1947
				47699 (MSN 8107) to N8033H, N480DB, N8033H.  To C-FGUE, with Clearwater Airways, Emo, ONT. since May 18, 2001
				47700 (MSN 8108) Lend-Lease to RCAF as 1420 Jan 1945
				47701 (MSN 8109) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP100.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47702 (MSN 8110) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP101.  To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47703 (MSN 8111) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as KP102.
				47704 (MSN 8112) to RAF as Expeditor II KN100.  Damaged when sunk back on takeoff
					and undercarriage raised to stop, Anisakan Jan 29, 1946.
					SOC May 30, 1946
				47705 (MSN 8113) to RAF as Expeditor II KN101.  SOC Jun 28, 1945
				47706 (MSN 8114) to F-2B. Reclamation completed as RC-45F Jul 13, 1947
				47707 (MSN 8115) to RAF as Expeditor II KN102 Mar 1945. SOC Jun 24, 1947.  To VT-CNB. Broken up Bombay-Santa Cruz in 1992.
				47708 (MSN 8116) to RAF as Expeditor II KN103.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47709 (MSN 8117) to RAF as Expeditor II KN104.  Returned to USAAF Jul 11, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949
				47710 (MSN 8118) to RAF as Expeditor II KN105.  Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946.
					To Italy Jan 25, 1949 as MM61677.  Was preserved at Ditellandia Park, Castel Volturno, Italy.
					Preserved and on display at Zi Pietro restaurant, Frascata-Vermicino, Rome, Italy
				47711 (MSN 8119) to RAF as Expeditor II KN106 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
					Nov 9, 1946.
				47712 (MSN 8120) to RAF as Expeditor II KN107.  Returned to USAAF Nov 9, 1946.
					Reclamation completed Germany Sep 3, 1948
				47713 (MSN 8121) to RAF as Expeditor II KN108.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
					To Foreign Liquidation Commission Italy Feb 7, 1949
				47714 (MSN 8122) to RAF as Expeditor II KN109.  Returned to USAAF
					May 30, 1946.  To France Dec 11, 1947.  To F-BEXO wfu
				47715 (MSN 8123) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10952 in 1954.
				47716 (MSN 8124) to Warner Gear Division of Borg Warner Corp Jan 1945 as NC44584.  To N1171, N1171S
				47717/47735 to USN as BuNo 44564/44582 Jan 1945
					MSN 8125/8143
					47717 (MSN 8125) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44564.
					47722 (MSN 8130) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44573 
					47728 (MSN 8136) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44575
					47729 (MSN 8137) may not have gone to Navy, to civil registry as N8015H.  Ditched in Bimini, Bahamas May 19, 1964.
					44730 to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44576
					44734 (MSN 8142) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44580
					44735 (MSN 8143) to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 44581
				47736/47737 to Italy Jan 25, 1949
					MSN 8144/8145
				47738 (MSN 8146) reclamation completed Germany May 27, 1948
				47739 (MSN 8147) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10946 in 1954.
				47740 (MSN 8148) 
				47741 (MSN 8149) reclamation completed Mitchell Fld Aug 21, 1945
				47742 (MSN 8150) To F-2B.  reclamation completed Naha AFB, Okinawa Oct 17, 1950
				47743 (MSN 8151) not delivered to USAAF, diverted to civil use.  To N6047V in 1963, current with 
					Robert D Wiplinger, Inver Grove Heights since 07-Oct-1994
				47744 reclamation completed Bolling AFB Oct 3, 1950
				47745 reclamation completed Bolling AFB Apr 17, 1947
				47746 (CQ-45H) reclamation completed Tachikawa AFB Jul 7, 1948
				47747 (MSN 8155) (DC-45F) reclamation completed Hickham AFB, HI Apr 25, 1950.  Remanufactured by Beech
					as C-45H 52-10776 in 1954.
44-47749/47968		Curtiss P-40N-40-CU Warhawk
				MSN 33741/33960
				47749 (TP-40N) to RFC Albuquerque, NM Jul 5, 1945
				47750 (RP-40N) reclamation completed Greenville, SC Jan 21, 1946
				47751 to RFC Albuquerque Jun 28, 1945
				47752 to RFC Altus, OK Aug 18, 1945
				47753 (TP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 19, 1945
				47754 to RFC Altus Aug 13, 1945
				47755 (TP-40N) crashlanded 17 mi SE of Victoria, TX 
					Apr 16, 1945.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 27, 1945
				47756 to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 31, 1945
				47757 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 20, 1945
				47758 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 17, 1945
				47759 to RFC Stuttgart AAF, Ark Oct 4, 1945.  SOC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, OK.  Sold by War Assets 
					Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				47760 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 11, 1945
				47761 to RFC Altus Aug 13, 1945
				47762 reclamation completed Atlanta, Ga Mar 20, 1946
				47763 (RP-40N) reclamation completed Naples AAF, FL Jan 3, 1946
				47764/47773 to Brazil Nov 1944
				47764 (MSN 33756) to Brazil, later to FAB 4080
				47765 (MSN 33757) to Brazil, later to FAB 4081
				47766 (MSN 33758) to Brazil, later to FAB 4082.
				47767 (MSN 33759) to Brazil, later to FAB 4083
				47768 (MSN 33760) to Brazil, later to FAB 4084
				47769 (MSN 33761) to Brazil, later to FAB 4085
				47770 (MSN 33762) to Brazil, later to FAB 4086
				47771 (MSN 33763) to Brazil, later to FAB 4087
				47772 (MSN 33764) to Brazil, later to FAB 4088
				47773 (MSN 33765) to Brazil, later to FAB 4089
				47774 (MSN 33766) to RAAF as A29-1100.  Delivered Dec 1944.
				47775 (MSN 33767) to RAAF as A29-1101.  Delivered Dec 1944.
				47776 (MSN 33768) to RAAF as A29-1102.  Delivered Dec 1944.
				47777 (MSN 33769) to RAAF as A29-1103.  Delivered Dec 1944.  served with 76 Sqn.   Went missing 6Jul45 
					on ops in the Kendari area Celebes.
				47778 (MSN 33770) to RAAF as A29-1104.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76th Sqn.
					SOC Mar 9 1945 and scrapped.  Served with 76 Sqn.  Burnt Jan 11, 1946.
				47779 (MSN 33771) to RAAF as A29-1105.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn. Burnt Jan 11, 1946
				47780 (MSN 33772) to RAAF as A29-1106.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn.  Burnt Jan 11, 1946
				47781 (MSN 33773) to RAAF as A29-1107.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn.  SOC OCt 10, 1945 and scrapped.
				47782 (MSN 33774) to RAAF as A29-1108.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn.  Burnt Jan 11, 1946.
				47783 (MSN 33775) to RAAF as A29-1109.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn.  Lost on operations 
					13Jul45 while strafing targets in the Patengor area.
				47784 (MSN 33776) to RAAF as A29-1110.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn. Damaged centre section 
					of fuselage when oxygen bottle exploded while on Wama strip Morotai Island 2Jul45.  SOC 10Oct45 and scrapped.
 				47785 (MSN 33777) to RAAF as A29-1111.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47786 (MSN 33778) to RAAF as A29-1112.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47787 (MSN 33779) to RAAF as A29-1113.  Delivered Dec 1944. 
				47788 (MSN 33780) to RAAF as A29-1114.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47789 (MSN 33781) to RAAF as A29-1115.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47790 (MSN 33782) to RAAF as A29-1116.  Delivered Dec 1944.  
				47791 (MSN 33783) to RAAF as A29-1117.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47792 (MSN 33784) to RAAF as A29-1118.  Delivered Dec 1944.  
				47793 (MSN 33785) to RAAF as A29-1119.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47794 (MSN 33786) to RAAF as A29-1205.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47795 (MSN 33787) to RAAF as A29-1206.  Delivered Feb 1945.
				47796 (MSN 37788) to RAAF as A29-1207.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47797 (MSN 37789) to RAAF as A29-1178 Apr 1945, later reserialled A29-1447.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Collided mid-air 17Jul45 with A29-1183 over Tarakan Island, Borneo.
				47798 (MSN 37790) to RAAF as A29-1208.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47799 (MSN 33791) to RAAF as A29-1179 Apr 1945, later reserialled A29-1449.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Ran off the strip 27Jul45 while landing at Balikpapan; eventually burnt at Balikpapan Jan46.
				47800 (MSN 33792) to RAAF as A29-1180.  Delivered Jan 1945, later reserialled A29-1450. Served with 80 Sqn.
					Flown back to Oakey, QLD to be scrapped.
				47801 (MSN 33793) to RAAF as A29-1181.  Delivered Jan 1945, later reserialled A29-1451.  Served with 80 Sqn.
					Flown back to Oakey, QLD to be scrapped.
				47802 (MSN 33794) to RAAF as A29-1182.  Delivered Jan 1945, later reserialled A29-1452.  Served with 80 Sqn.
					W/o at Oekey Nov 19, 1946.
				47803 (MSN 33795) to RAAF as A29-1183.  Delivered Jan 1945, later reserialled A29-1453.  Served with 80 Sqn.
					Scrapped at Taraken Jan 1946.
				47804 (MSN 33796) to RAAF as A29-1184.  Delivered Jan 1945, later reserialled A29-1454.  Served with 80 Sqn.
					Flown back to Oakey, QLD to be scrapped.
				47805 (MSN 33797) to RAAF as A29-1185.  Delivered Jan 1945, later reserialled A29-1455.  Collided with 
					A29-1220 Apr 6, 1945 near Ross River airfield, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
				47806 (MSN 33798) to RAAF as A29-1186.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47807 (MSN 33799) to RAAF as A29-1187.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.  Flown back to Oakey, QLD to be scrapped.
				47808 (MSN 33800) to RAAF as A29-1209.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47809 (MSN 33801) to RAAF as A29-1188.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47810 (MSN 33802) to RAAF as A29-1189.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47811 (MSN 33803) to RAAF as A29-1190.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Crash landed Oct 3, 1945 at Breddan
					airstrip near Charters Towers, QLD, Australia when undercarriage collapsed on landing.
				47812 (MSN 33804) to RAAF as A29-1210.  Delivered Feb 1945.  Served with 14 RSU. Collided in mid-air Nov 15, 1945 with 
					A29-527 after slowing down prior to landing.
				47813 (MSN 33805) to RAAF as A29-1191.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47814 (MSN 33806) to RAAF as A29-1192.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47815 (MSN 33807) to RAAF as A29-1211.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47816 (MSN 33808) to RAAF as A29-1212.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47817 (MSN 33809) to RAAF as A29-1193.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn.  SOC Jun 1951 and sold to Mr R. Grant.
				47818 (MSN 33810) to RAAF as A29-1213.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47819 (MSN 33811) to RAAF as A29-1194.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47820 (MSN 33812) to RAAF as A29-1214.  Delivered Feb 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. Missing while returning 
					from an operation in the Balikpapan area on 4Aug45;  it is believed this a/c collided with A29-1145 in a storm front.
				47821 (MSN 33813) to RAAF as A29-1215.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47822 (MSN 33814) to RAAF as A29-1195.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47823 (MSN 33815) to RAAF as A29-1216.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47824 (MSN 33816) to RAAF as A29-1196.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn.  SOC 3Dec48 approval to 
					convert to components.
				47825 (MSN 33817) to RAAF as A29-1197.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47826 (MSN 33818) to RAAF as A29-1198.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47827 (MSN 33819) to RAAF as A29-1199.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.  Scrapped at Balikpapan Jan 1946.
				47828 (MSN 33820) to RAAF as A29-1200.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 84 Sqn.  Crashed on takeoff Aug 4, 1945 
					at Breddan airstrip near Charters Towers, QLD, Australia when engine failed.
				47829 (MSN3 33821) to RAAF as A29-1201.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.  Flown back to Oakey, QLD to
					be scrapped.
				47830 (MSN 33822) to RAAF as A29-1217.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47831 (MSN 33823) to RAAF as A29-1202.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47832 (MSN 33824) to RAAF as A29-1203.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.  Flown back to Oakey, QLD to
					be scrapped.  Must not have been scrapped, since reported to be on display 2008 at Fargo Air Museum,
					Fargo, ND
				47833 (MSN 33825) to RAAF as A29-1204.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.  SOC Jun 29, 1951 and sold to
					R. H. Grant
				47834 (MSN 33826) to RAAF as A29-1120.  Delivered Dec 1944
				47835 (MSN 33827) to RAAF as A29-1121.  Delivered Dec 1944
				47836 (MSN 33828) to RAAF as A29-1122.  Delivered Dec 1944
				47837 (MSN 33829) to RAAF as A29-1166.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47838 (MSN 33830) to RAAF as A29-1123.  Delivered Dec 1944.  No active service. Modified to tactical reconnaissance 
					aircraft Aug45;   Crash landed 23May46 at Garbutt strip while based with CMU from Oakey, Qld causing damage to the 
					propeller, port wing and undercarriage;  SOC 26Jul46 and scrapped.
				47839 (MSN 33813) to RAAF as A29-1124.  Delivered Dec 1944
				47840 (MSN 33832) to RAAF as A29-1125.  Delivered Dec 1944.  Served with 76 Sqn.  Sent to 6 AD at Oakey, QLD 
					22Nov45 and written off there on 19Nov46.
				47841 (MSN 33833) to RAAF as A29-1126.  Delivered Dec 1944
				47842 (MSN 33834) to RAAF as A29-1167.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47843 (MSN 33835) to RAAF as A29-1127.  Delivered Dec 1944
				47844 (MSN 33836) to RAAF as A29-1168.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47845 (MSN 33837) to RAAF as A29-1169.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47846 (MSN 33838) to RAAF as A29-1170.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47847 (MSN 33839) to RAAF as A29-1171.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47848 (MSN 33840) to RAAF as A29-1172.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47849 (MSN 33841) to RAAF as A29-1173.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47850 (MSN 33842) to RAAF as A29-1174.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47851 (MSN 33843) to RAAF as A29-1175.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47852 (MSN 33844) to RAAF as A29-1176.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47853 (MSN 33845) to RAAF as A29-1177.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47854 (TP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge Aug 21, 1945
				47855 (TP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge Sep 27, 1945
				47856/47857 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 17, 1945
					47857 damaged in ground accident at Moore Field, TX Jan 9, 1945.
				47858 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 5, 1945
				47859 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 17, 1945
				47860 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 27, 1945
				47861 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 17, 1945
				47862 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 4, 1945
				47863 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 10, 1945
				47864 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 17, 1945
				47865 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 16, 1945
				47866 (MSN 33858) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4090
				47867 (MSN 33859) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4091
				47868 (MSN 33860) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4092
				47869 (MSN 33861) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4093
				47870 (MSN 33862) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4094
				47871 (MSN 33863) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4095
				47872 (MSN 33864) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4096
				47873 (MSN 33865) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4097
				47874 (MSN 33866) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4098
				47875 (MSN 33867) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4099
				47876 (MSN 33868) to Brazil Feb 1945.  Later to FAB 4100
				47877 (MSN 33869) to RAAF as A29-1128.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.   While strafing targets 
					at tree top level 1Jul45, struck the tops of some coconut trees damaging both mainplanes Tarakan Island.
				47878 (MSN 33870) to RAAF as A29-1129.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn.
				47879 (MSN 33871) to RAAF as A29-1130.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn. Near Babo 29Mar45 
					aircraft was hit by AA fire and burst into flames.
				47880 (MSN 33872) to RAAF as A29-1131.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47881 (MSN 33873) to RAAF as A29-1132.  Delivered Jan 1945.  
				47882 (MSN 33874) to RAAF as A29-1133.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn.
				47883 (RP-40N) Stuttgart AAF, Ark surveyed Aug 23, 1946
				47884 (MSN 33876) to RAAF as A29-1134.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn. 
					While strafing Keningau strip 26Jun45 the aircraft flipped onto its back and dived into the ground disintegrating 
					on impact and burning.
				47885 (MSN 33877) to RAAF as A29-1145.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.  Missing following 
					an operation to the Balikpapan area on 4Aug45;  it is believed this aircraft collided with A29-1214 in a storm front.
				47886 (MSN 33878) to RAAF as A29-1135.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 and 76 Sqn. 
					Landing accident at Tarakan on 23Jul45
				47887 (MSN 33879) to RAAF as A29-1136.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47888 (MSN 33880) to RAAF as A29-1137.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47889 (MSN 33881) to RAAF as A29-1138.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped
				47890 (MSN 33882) to RAAF as A29-1139.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn
				47891 (MSN 33883) to RAAF as A29-1140.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn. 
					Returning from a cover patrol over Lutong, aircraft crashed on landing after a believed brake failure. 
					SOC 6Sep45 approval to convert to components
				47892 (MSN 33884) to RAAF as A29-1141.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 76 Sqn. 
					Just after take-off from Sanga Sanga strip, Tarakan Island 28May45 on an air alert patrol the aircraft 
					was ditched due to engine problems.
				47893 (MSN 33885) to RAAF as A29-1142.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped
				47894 (MSN 33886) to RAAF as A29-1143.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped
				47895 (MSN 33887) to RAAF as A29-1144.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped
				47896 (MSN 33888) to RAAF as A29-1146.  Delivered Jan 1945.  .Damaged by shrapnel from its own bombs 
					while dive bombing Katabangoen 7Aug45;  flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped.
				47897 (MSN 33889) to RAAF as A29-1147.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. Damaged by AA 
					over Lolobata, Halmahera on 7Apr45.
				47898 (MSN 33890) to RAAF as A29-1148.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. Damaged by the shrapnel 
					from its own bombs on 20Jul45 while bombing Sandakan; flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped.
				47899 (MSN 33891) to RAAF as A29-1149.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. Crash landed at Wama 
					strip Morotai on 27Mar45.
				47900 (MSN 33892) to RAAF as A29-1150.  Delivered Jan 1945.  
				47901 (MSN 33993) to RAAF as A29-1151.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47902 (MSN 33894) to RAAF as A29-1152.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Crash landed at Wama strip Morotai on 13Nov45.
				47903 (MSN 33895) to RAAF as A29-1153.   Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.  Apr 1945
				47904 (MSN 33896) to RAAF as A29-1154.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 4 Sqn.  SOC Jul 29, 1948
				47905 (MSN 33897) to RAAF as A29-1218.  Delivered Feb 1945.  served with 84 Sqn and 80 Sqn. 
					SOC at Oakey, Qld 19Nov46.
				47906 (MSN 33898) to RAAF as A29-1155.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 4 Sqn.  SOC Jul 29, 1948. 
				47907 (MSN 33899) to RAAF as A29-1156.  Delivered Jan 1945.
				47908 (MSN 33900) to RAAF as A29-1157.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped
				47909 (MSN 33901) to RAAF as A29-1158.   Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn.   
					Taxying accident with A29-1153 at Wama strip Morotai Island 19Apr45; flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped.
				47910 (MSN 33902) to RAAF as A29-1159.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47911 (MSN 33903) to RAAF as A29-1160.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47912 (MSN 33904) to RAAF as A29-1161.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					While strafing in the Anggana area 9Aug45 this aircraft was hit by AA aft of the cowling and it caught fire. 
					Forced to belly land, the aircraft skidded along the ground crashing into an oil pumping plant causing both to burst into flames.
				47913 (MSN 33905) to RAAF as A29-1162.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47914 (MSN 33906) to RAAF as A29-1219.  Delivered Feb 1945
				47915 (MSN 33907) to RAAF as A29-1163.  Delivered Jan 1945.  Served with 80 Sqn. 
					Flown back to Oakey, Qld to be scrapped
				47916 (MSN 33908) to RAAF as A29-1164.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47917 (MSN 33909) to RAAF as A29-1165.  Delivered Jan 1945
				47918 (MSN 33910) to RAAF as A29-1220.  Delivered Feb 1945.  Served with 84 Sqn.  Collided with A29-1185 
					Apr 6, 1945 near Ross River airfield, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
				47919 (MSN 33911) to RAAF as A29-1221.  Delivered Feb 1945.  The last Kittyhawk received by the RAAF 
					during WW2; struck off charge Nov48.
				47920 (TP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 27, 1945
				47921 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 21, 1945.  
				47922 (TP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 11, 1945
				47923 (MSN 33915, TP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 11, 1945.  To civil registry as N923, under restoration and 
					declared airworthy Jul 25, 1957.  To Paul Mantz in 1959, afterwards owned by Frank G. Tallman.  In 1985
					purchased by Kermit Weeks and stored from 1985-2004 while under restoration.  Made first flight
					after restoration Apr 2004. It is also the only surviving factory-built TP-40N, and will be displayed 
					at the recently organized Wings Over Miami Museum.  Current as N923 with Kermit Weeks
				47924 (TP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 14, 1945
				47925 (RP-40N) to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 14, 1945
				47925 to RFC Altus, OK Aug 14, 1945
				47926/47927 to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 18, 1945
				47928 (RP-40N) RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 27, 1945
				47929/47931 to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 16, 1945
				47932 to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 18, 1945
				47933 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 11, 1945
				47934 to RFC Altus, Ark Aug 18, 1945
				47935 to RFC Altus, ARK Aug 16, 1945
				47936 to RFC Altus, Ark Aug 18, 1945
				47937 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 11, 1945
				47938 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 15, 1945
				47939 to RFC Altus, Ark Aug 17, 1945
				47940 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, Ok Oct 2, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				47941 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 11, 1945
				47942 to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 16, 1945
				47943 to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 16, 1945
				47944 to RFC Altus, Ok  Aug 14, 1945
				47945 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 11, 1945
				47946/47947 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, Ok Oct 2, 1945
					47946 sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
					47947 sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				47948 to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 18, 1945
				47949 to RFC Albuquerque, NM Jul 31, 1945
				47950 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 27, 1945
				47951 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 31, 1945
				47952 to RFC Albuquerque, NM Jul 31, 1945
				47953 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 11, 1945
				47954 reclamation completed at San Bernardino AAF, Ca Nov 28, 1945
				47955 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 31, 1945
				47956 to RFC Albuquerque, NM Aug 16, 1945
				47957 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 31, 1945
				47958 (RP-40N) reclamation completed at Freeman AFB Oct 30, 1946
				47959 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark  Aug 31, 1945
				47960 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 31, 1945
				47961 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 11, 1945
				47963 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 13, 1945
				47964 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 31, 1945
				47965 (RP-40N) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 31, 1945
				47966 (RP-40N) to RFC Altus, Ok Aug 18, 1945
				47967 (RP-40N) to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, Ok Oct 4, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				47968 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Aug 13,1945
44-47969/48748		Curtiss P-40N-40-CU Warhawk
				Contract cancelled.
44-48749/48752		Cancelled contract
44-48753		Ford XB-24N-FO Liberator
				MSN 3608.  To reclamation Patterson AAF, OH Feb 28, 1946
44-48754/49001		Ford B-24J-20-FO Liberator
				MSN 3609/3856
				48754 to RFC Altus, Ok Oct 26, 1945
				48755 converted to C-109.  Lost Mar 22, 1945, India.  MACR 13234
				48756 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 30, 1945
				48757 (461st BG, 767th BS) lost Jan 8, 1945, Yugoslavia.  MACR 10943
				48758 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 8, 1946
				48759 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48760 condemnd salvage not combat related  Jun 27, 1945
				48761 (461st BG, 766th BS) lost Jan 20, 1945, Austria.  MACR 11805
				48762 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 21, 1945
				48763 condemned crash Jan 16, 1945
				48764 condemned flak Feb 23, 1945
				48765 to relcamation Greenville AAB, SC Apr 30, 1946
				48766 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 22, 1945
				48767 (464th BG, "Ramblin' Wreck") crashed on takeoff Feb 17, 1945
					due to engine failure
				48768 returned to US May 29, 1945.  To RFC Albuquerque, NM May 29, 1945
				48769 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 17, 1945
				48770 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 22, 1945
				48771 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL430.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman, Az Nov 29, 1945
				48772 (TB-24J) to reclamation Victorville AAB, Ca May 12, 1945
				48773 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL417.  Not delivered.
				48774 (451th BG) lost Feb 7, 1945, Hungary.  MACR 12085
				48775 (455th BG, 742nd BS) interned in Switzerland Feb 27, 1945.  MACR 12484.  Returned Sep 19, 1945.
					To RFC Oct 29, 1945.
				48776 (451st BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 14056
				48777 condemned ditched Jan 20, 1945
				48778 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL396.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 27, 1945
				48779 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				48780 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 24, 1945
				48781 (MSN 3636) to RFC Altus, Oklahoma Dec 7, 1945.  Sold by USAAF to Spartan Scool of Aeronautics at 
					Tulsa, OK presumably for use as ground instructional airframe. Sold by them for 
					scrap 1960 and languished derelict after engines removed until acquired 
					by Eighth Air Force Museum 1978.  As *Laiden Maiden* with Barksdale Global Power Museum,
					formerly known as Eighth Air Force Museum, at 
					Barksdale AFB, Louisiana.  On display as "Louisiana Belle II" in Aug 2002.
				48782 to RFC Altus, Ok Dec 7, 1945.  I have an MACR (number 9857) on this plane (dated Nov 12, 1944) 
				48783 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				48784 (345 BS, 98 BG) damaged by flak Dec 11, 1944 over Moosbierbaum
					Refinery near Vienna.  Pilot KIA, copilot nursed the
					plane back to vicinity of Tortorella, Italy and
					ordered the remaining crew to bail out and crashlanded
					the plane in a field.  Condemned Dec 11, 1944.  Never flew again.  MACR 11803
				48785 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL395.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 23, 1945
				48786 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				48787 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 14, 1946
				48788 lost over Atlantic after takeoff from Goose Bay, Labrador 
					Oct 17, 1944.  
				48789 (459th BG, 759th BS) lost Feb 28, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12751
				48790 To RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				48791 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 5, 1945
				48792 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 22, 1945
				48793 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				48794 to RFC Kingman Jan 10, 1946
				48795 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL397.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				48796 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48797 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 11, 1945
				48798 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL394.  Delivered, but no RAF service.
					Returned to USA Oct 31, 1945.
				48799 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman, Az Dec 5, 1945
				48800 wrecked, Aug 31, 1944, at Contractors Plant (Willow Run);Crashed.
					Surveyed  Aug 31, 1944
				48801 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48802 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 15, 1945
				48803 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 5, 1945
				48804 condemned salvage not combat related Aug 11, 1945
				48805 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				48806 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				48807 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48808 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL418.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48809 to RFC Altus, Ok Oct 24, 1945
				48810 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 13, 1945
				48811 (TB-24J) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark May 16, 1946
				48812 (TB-24J) to RFC Chanute Mar 31, 1947.  Became N79427.
				48813 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL400.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48814 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL413.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48815 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 3, 1945
				48816 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				48817 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL402.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				48818 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL437.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48819 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL398.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48820 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48821 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 16, 1945
				48822 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 17, 1945
				48823 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL412.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 21, 1945
				48824 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL448.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				48825 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL399.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				48826 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Sep 26, 1945
				48827 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL407.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 37, 1945
				48828 (484th BG, 826th BS) crashed after collision Feb 17, 1945.  1 crew bailed out,
					10 killed.  MACR 12701
				48829 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jan 17, 1946
				48830 (446th BG, 704th BS) crashed May 4, 1945 on night transition and 
					salvaged at Melton Mobray, Leicestershire.
				48831 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL421.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48832 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48833 (461st BG, 765th BS) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48834 to RFC Chanute Feb 16, 1946.  Was on display at Ypsilanti, MI from 1946 to about 1950.  Parked in an
					apple orchard near the Village where people who assembled bombers at the Ford plant lived.  Plane
					was eventually scrapped
				48835 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				48836 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL434.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				48837 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				48838 (TB-24J) to RFC Chanute Mar 31, 1947.  Before leaving USAF
					service, was converted to C-87.  To civilian registry as N79428, then CP-618 
					of Compania Boliviana de Aviacion.  Crashed May 21, 1960 at El Alta, 10 km from La Paz shortly
					after takeoff.  1 killed, 2 injured.
				48839 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Feb 16, 1946
				48840 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				48841 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL439.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 28, 1945
				48842 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL404.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 19, 1945
				48843 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 16, 1945
				48844 (445th BG, 703rd BS) lost Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12882
				48845 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL408.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				48846 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL415.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 4, 1945
				48847 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL438.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 28, 1945
				48848 Liberty AAF, Kans surveyed Jun 11, 1945
				48849 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jan 22, 1946 
				48850 condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 25, 1945 
				48851 (445th BG, 701st BS) lost Mar 20, 1945.  MACR 13563
				48852 condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 6, 1945
				48853 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL425.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 3, 1945
				48854 (445th BG) suffered engine failure during training mission
					Apr 6, 1945, stalled and crashed while attempting to land
					at Thorpe Abbots.  All crew killed.  Condemned salvage Apr 7, 1945
				48855 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				48856 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL426.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48857 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL409.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				48858 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jan 17, 1946
				48859 to RAF May 11, 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL393.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				48860 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 17, 1945
				48861 (465th BG) lost Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12747.  Ended up in USSR service.
				48862 (460th BG) lost Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12712
				48863 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 25, 1945
				48864 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jan 17, 1946
				48865 (TB-24J) reclamation completed Hondo AAF, Tx. Jan 29, 1946
				48866 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL410.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 27, 1945
				48867 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL427.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48868 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL428.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48869 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL416.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 5, 1945
				48870 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 27, 1945
				48871 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 7, 1945
				48872 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL432.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48873 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL435.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 22, 1945
				48874 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 12, 1945
				48875 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 14, 1945
				48876 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL429.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 14, 1945
				48877 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage  Aug 25, 1945
				48878 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 24, 1945
				48879 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Dec 16, 1944
				48880 to RFC Albuquerque, NM Sep 24, 1945
				48881 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 7, 1945
				48882 converted to C-109.  crashed 15 mi SDE of Jorhat, India
					Mar 1, 1945, condemned Mar 4, 1945
				48883 converted to C-109.  Condemned wash-out Jun 15, 1945
				48884 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL433.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48885 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL392.  Crashed before delivery Mar 13, 1945 at Bellowflower, MO
					when collided in full flight with object on the ground.
				48886 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Feb 10, 1946
				48887 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL406.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 6, 1945
				48888 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 17, 1945
				48889 to RFC Altus, OK Oct 26, 1945.
				48890 converted to C-109.  (134th TCG) lost Jul 28, 1945, Asia
				48891 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL423.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48892 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 20, 1945
				48893 condemned salvage not combat Aug 10, 1945
				48894 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				48895 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL431.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				48896 (TB-24J) reclamation completed Langley Fld, Va Jul 23, 1945
				48897 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL440.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 16, 1945
				48898 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 5, 1945
				48899 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL441.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				48901 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL443.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48902 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jan 16, 1946
				48903 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				48904 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 23, 1945
				48905 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 31, 1945
				48906 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				48907 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Apr 11, 1946
				48908 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 7, 1945
				48909 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				48910 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL442.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48911 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL447.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48912 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				48913 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL444.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				48914 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				48915 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 3, 1945
				48916 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 5, 1945
				48917 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL422.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 6, 1945
				48918 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL445.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 17, 1945
				48919 (TB-24J) to RFC Altus, Ok Dec 3, 1945
				48920 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL420.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 27, 1945
				48921 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				48922 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL436.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 15, 1945
				48923 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				48924 to RFC Walnut Ridge 3 Oct 1945
				48925 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 11, 1945
				48926 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 3, 1945
				48927 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				48928 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 3, 1945
				48929 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 6, 1945
				48930 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 13, 1945
				48931 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 7, 1945
				48932 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL411.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 6, 1945
				48933 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 1, 1945
				48934 (TB-25J) reclamation completed Hondo AAF, Tx Oct 25, 1945
				48935 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				48936 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 4, 1945
				48937 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				48938 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				48939 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 22, 1945
				48940 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				48941 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 25, 1945
				48942 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 16, 1945
				48943 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 18, 1945
				48944 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				48945 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 7, 1945
				48946 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL414.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 20, 1945
				48947 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 8, 1945
				48948 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage  Nov 20, 1945
				48949 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				48950 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jun 18, 1946
				48951 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 3, 1945
				48952 (TB-24J) to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 2, 1945
				48953 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48954 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				48955 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				48956 condemned combat Mar 21, 1945
				48957 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 15, 1945
				48958 condemned crash landing Mar 8, 1945
				48959 to RFC Knoxville,Tenn as TB-24J Jan 21, 1946
				48960 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				48961 to RFC at Searcy Field, Stillwater, Ok Aug 29, 1945.  Sold by War Assets Corp to Paul Mantz Feb 19, 1946
				48962 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 31, 1945
				48963 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48964 (376th BG) lost Feb 7, 1945, Yugoslavia.  MACR 12114.  I have a reference which has this 
					plane as going to USSR.
				48965 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 31, 1945
				48966 (460th BG) loat Feb 13, 1945. MACR 12105.
				48967 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				48968 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 9, 1945
				48969 converted to C-109: Condemned salvage from enemy action  Feb 18, 1946
				48970 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 3, 1945
				48971 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 29, 1945
				48972 (376th BG, 514th BS) lost Feb 7, 1945, Gospic, Yugoslavia.  MACR 12699
				48973 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 1, 1945
				48974 converted to C-109.  Condemned crash  Nov 23, 1944
				48975 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL419.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 16, 1945
				48976 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL449.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 24, 1945
				48977 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ  as TB-24J-20 Oct 29, 1945
				48978 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL424.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 15, 1945
				48979 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC  Nov 15, 1945
				48980 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 26, 1945
				48981 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 2, 1945
				48982 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				48983 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL401.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 3, 1945
				48984 converted to C-109.  Condemned wash-out (DBR) Apr 4, 1945
				48985 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 25, 1945
				48986 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL405.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 29, 1945
				48987 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 3, 1945
				48988 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 25, 1945
				48989 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL446.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				48990 (465th BG) lost Mar 31, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13488.
				48991 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ  as TB-24J Oct 20, 1945
				48992 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL403.  Not delivered.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 21, 1945
				48993 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Gene's Harepower") crash landed Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12475.  Ended up in USSR
				48995 converted to C-109.  Crashed 16 mi SW of Silchar, India
					May 13, 1945 after crew bailed out when aircraft ran out
					of fuel.  Condemnend salvage May 13, 1945
				48996 converted to C-109.  Crashed NW of Likiang, China Feb 14, 1945
					after crew bailed out when aircraft ran out of fuel.  MACR 12032
				48997 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ as TB-24J Nov 2, 1945
				48998 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				48999 converted to C-109.  Lost Jul 30, 1945, Asia
				49000 condemned burned Dec 6, 1944
				49001 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 18, 1945.
					Fuselage rported 1973 at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA
44-49002/49251		Ford B-24L-1-FO Liberator
				MSN 3857/4106
				49002 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 24, 1945
				49003 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49004 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 22, 1945
				49005 condemned crash Jan 12, 1945.  With 454th BG, 736th BS, hit by flak over
					Austria made forded landing at Bellaria near Rimini, Italy.
				49006 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49007 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage  Sep 28, 1945
				49008 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC  Nov 22, 1945
				49009 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC  Nov 22, 1945
				49010 condemned salvage due to crash Dec 15, 1944
				49011 converted to C-109.  Suffered landing accident at Kwanghan, China May 19, 1945
				49012 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 26, 1946
				49013 converted to C-109.  (ICD) lost Feb 2, 1945, India.  MACR 12029
				49014 converted to C-109.  (ICD) lost Nov 24, 1944, China.  MACR 10074
				49015 converted to C-109.  Suffered takeoff accident at Kunming, China
					Jan 19, 1945.  Condemned crash Jan 20, 1945
				49016 converted to C-109.  (ICATC) crashed enroute from Tezpur to 
					Chengtu Jan 7, 1945.  MACR 11102
				49017 converted to C-109.  Suffered landing accident at Hsinching,
					China Jul 18, 1945.  Condemned Jul 29, 1945
				49018 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 17, 1945
				49019 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 18, 1945
				49020 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 18, 1945
				49021 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49022 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 17, 1945
				49023 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 22, 1945
				49024 condemned MIA Apr 15, 1945
				49025 converted to C-109.  Condemned crash Feb 11, 1945 following
					midair collision with C-46 42-107328
				49026 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL531.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				49027 (451th BG) lost Nov 17, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 9887
				49028 (464th BG) lost Nov 15, 1944.  MACR 9748.  Took off, disappeared into
					overcast, never seen again.
				49029 to Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 22, 1945
				49030 converted to C-109.  Suffered takeoff accident at Tezgaon,
					India Nov 10, 1944.  Condemned crash Nov 12, 1944
				49031 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC  Nov 14, 1945
				49032 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 16, 1945
				49033 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 12, 1946
				49034 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC  Nov 17, 1945
				49035 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC  Nov 20, 1945
				49036 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				49037 converted to C-109.  Condemned enemy bomb Nov 24, 1944
				49038 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Billie K") to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49039 condemned salvage Dec 26, 1944
				49040 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 17, 1945
				49041 (98th BG, 344th BS, *I'll Get By*) MIA Nov 12, 1944.  MACR 9899
				49042 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				49043 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				49044 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				49045 converted to C-109.  Condemned wash-out (DBR) Mar 20, 1945
				49046 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 25, 1946
				49047 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 28, 1945
				49048 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 3, 1945
				49049 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL472.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49050 converted to C-109.  Crashlanded at Hsinching, China Jan 19, 1945.
					Condemned crash Jan 20, 1945
				49051 converted to C-109.  Condemned missing  Dec 7, 1944
				49052 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL473.  To Royal Indian AF as HE833 Mar 11, 1946.
					Retired Dec 31, 1968 and stored at Poona AB.
				49053 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49054 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49055 condemned crash  Jan 15, 1945
				49056 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL474.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49057 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 20, 1945
				49058 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL475.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49059 excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945  
				49060 converted to C-109.  Crashed 45 mi S of Tilagaon, India 
					Feb 10, 1945 after crew bailed o ut when aircraft
					ran out of fuel.  MACR 12035
				49061 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL476.  Crashed before delivery to RAF Feb 25, 1945.
				49062 converted to C-109.  Lost Mar 11, 1945, China.  MACR 12990
				49063 converted to C-109.  Crashed and destroyed by fire
					at Szemao, China Jul 8, 1945
				49064 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL477.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
				49065 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 16, 1945
				49066 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL478.  Damaged beyond repair when undercarriage
					collapsed during landing at Hassani, Greece Sep 20, 1945.
				49067 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 18, 1945
				49068 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 27, 1945
				49069 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL479.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49070 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945
				49071 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 17, 1945
				49072 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL480.  SOC Nov 12, 1947.
				49073 (464th BG) lost Dec 17, 1944.  MACR 10497
				49074 Langley Fld, Va surveyed Nov 27, 1945; Reclamation completed Dec 5, 1945
				49075 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 15, 1945
				49076 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL481.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				49077 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 20, 1945
				49078 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL482.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49079 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 16, 1945
				49080 wrecked, Sep 29, 1944; Mitchel AAF,NY; Crashed after take-off Truax AAF, Wis 
					surveyed  27 Oct 1944
				49081 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL483.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49082 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 7, 1946
				49083 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL484.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49084 (455th BG) lost Jan 31, 1945, Yugoslavia.  MACR 11809
				49085 (465th BG) lost Mar 14, 1945.  MACR 12944
				49086 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 22, 1945
				49087 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49088 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49089;Victorville surveyed Sep 18, 1945.  Reclamation completed Victorville AB,Ca as TB-24L  
					Sep 20, 1945
				49090 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL485.  Broke up in dive over Mt Vesuvius, Italy
					during bad weather Jul 12, 1945
				49091 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 22, 1945
				49092 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL486.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49093 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL487.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49094 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL488.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				49095 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL489.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49096 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL490.  SOC Jul 11, 1946.
				49097 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL491.  Crashed during supply drop on POW camp
					near Palembang, Sumatra Sep 1, 1945.
				49098 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL492.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				49099 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL493. SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49100 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL494.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49101 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL495.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49102 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL496.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49103 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL497.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				49104 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL498.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49105 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL499.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				49106 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL500.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49107 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL501.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49108 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL502.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49109 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL503.  SOC Mar 3, 1947.
				49110 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL504.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				49111 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL505.  DBR when lost power and bellylanded
					near Salawas, India Nov 6, 1945
				49112 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL506.  To RCAF as 11120 
					Mar 26, 1945.  Sold as surplus Oct 7, 1946.  Remains recovered
					from farm at Chase, BC and advertised for sale 1971.
				49113 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL507.  DBR when caught fire on ground at
					Shallufa, Egypt Jan 5, 1946
				49114 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL508.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49115 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL509.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49116 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL510.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49117 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL511.  SOC Jul 14, 1947
				49118 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL512.  DBR when overshot landing, ran into
					ditch, and undercarriage collapsed at Celone, Italy Jun 19, 1945.
				49119 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL513.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
				49120 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL553.   SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49121 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL515.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49122 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL516.  SOC Feb 11, 1947
				49123 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 23, 1945
				49124 reclamation completed at Victoryville AB as TB-24L Sep 4, 1945
				49125 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 21, 1945
				49126 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL517.  Nov 11, 1947
				49127 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL518
					and then to RCAF as 11122
				49128 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 20, 1945
				49129 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 21, 1945
				49130 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 22, 1945
				49131 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL519
					and then to RCAF as 11121.  Crashed Jul 13, 1945
					when hit mountain at 2800 foot level.  14 killed.
				49132 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 22, 1945
				49133 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL520.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49134 Mather to WAA as TB-24L Jun 16, 1946
				49135 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49136 to RFC Kingman  Oct 21, 1945
				49137 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL521.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49138 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49139 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL522.  SOC Nov 11,1947
				49140 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL523.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49141 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945
				49142 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL524.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49143 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49144 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL525.  SOC May 7, 1947
				49145 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL526.  SOC May 9, 1946.   
				49146 (464th BG) lost on mission to Vienna Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13129.
					All crew POW.
				49147 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL527.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49148 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL528.  Returned to USA Nov 26, 1945.
				49149 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 23, 1945
				49150 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL529.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49151 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL530.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49152 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 13, 1945
				49153 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL568.   SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49154 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL532.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49155 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL533.  SOC Jul 18, 1947
				49156 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL534.   SOC May 9, 1946
				49157 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL535
					and in Mar 1945 to RCAF as 11124
				49158 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL536.   SOC Apr 11, 1946
				49159 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL514.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49160 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL538.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49161 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL529
					and in Mar 1945 to RCAF as 11123
				49162 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL540.  SOC Nov 13, 1946
				49163 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL541.  SOC Oct 22, 1946
				49164 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL542.   SOC Jun 13, 1946
				49165 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL543.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49166 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL544.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49167 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL545.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49168 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL546.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				49169 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL547.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				49170 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL548. SOC Feb 26, 1947
				49171 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL549.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49172 to RFC Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				49173 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL550.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49174 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 6, 1945
				49175 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49176 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL551.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49177 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49178 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL558.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49179 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49180 destroyed near Helendale, CA Jan 30, 1945.  2 escaped,
					4 killed.  Wreck was removed to Victorville AAB in
					Feb 1945 and reclamation completed at Victorville AB, Ca, Feb 9, 1945
				49181 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 17, 1945
				49182 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49183 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 15, 1945
				49184 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 17, 1945
				49185 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49186 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Oct 18, 1945
				49187 condemned salvage Jan 6, 1945
				49188 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49189 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Jan 7, 1946
				49190 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Oct 9, 1945
				49191 converted to C-109.  Suffered landing accident at Tezgaon,
					India Dec 6, 1944.  Condemned crash Dec 7, 1944
				49192 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 17, 1945
				49193 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49194 (464th BG, "Bonnie Annie Laurie") lost Mar 26, 1945, Czechoslovakia.  MACR 13194
				49195 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL537.  SOC Oct 22, 1946
				49196 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL554.   SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49197 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 18, 1946
				49198 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL555
					and then to RCAF as 11125
				49199 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL556.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				49200 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL557.   Overshot landing and ran into
					snowbank, nosewheel collapsed, Dorval, Canada Mar 25, 1945.  Transferred
					to RCAF, but uncertain if it saw any RCAF service.
				49201 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 13, 1945
				49202 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 15, 1945
				49203 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL565.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				49204 converted to C-109
				49205 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL559.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49206 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL560.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49207 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL561.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49208 converted to C-109.  Wrecked, Dec 2, 1944,Bangor,Me; Wash-out; 
					Reclamation completed  Dec 16, 1944
				49209 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL562.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49210 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL563.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49211 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945
				49212 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL564.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49213 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 12, 1945
				49214 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL471.  Nosewheel collapsed on landingat
					Kankesauturai, Ceylon Feb 20, 1946.  Not repaired.
				49215 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL566.  SOC Sep 26, 1946.
				49216 (451st BG) lost Feb 7, 1944.  MACR 12074
				49217 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL552.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49218 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL567.  SOC Sep 26, 1946.
				49219 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 19, 1946
					This was the 6000th Ford-built B-24.
				49220 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL569.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49221 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KL570.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49222 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 18, 1946
				49223 to RAF Mar 195 as Liberator B.VI KL571.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				49224 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 7, 1946
				49225 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 15, 1945
				49226 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 17, 1945
				49227 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				49228 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 11, 1945
				49229 to RFC Walnut Ridge  Oct 18, 1945
				49230 converted to C-109.  Condemned FFC Dec 7, 1944
				49231 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 17, 1945
				49232 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 11, 1945
				49233 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 18, 1945
				49234 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC  Nov 20, 1945
				49235 converted to C-109.  (ICATC) missing near Kurmitola, India Jan 6, 1945.  MACR 11068
				49236 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Dec 26, 1945
				49237 crashed near Henderson, NC Dec 12, 1944 when
					engine exploded.  Crew bailed out OK.
				49238 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage no battle damage May 14, 1945
				49239 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 21, 1946
				49240 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 16, 1946
				49241 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 18, 1945
				49242 (764th BS, 461st BG) hit by flak Jan 19, 1945 and 3 men bailed out.  Plane able to return to base and
					landed safely.   MACR 11534.  Aircraft to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49243 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49244 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 11, 1945
				49245 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jan 8, 1945
				49246 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 16, 1946
				49247 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 18, 1946
				49248 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 25, 1946
				49249 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 16, 1946
				49250 to RFC Kingman Oct 7, 1945
				49251 converted to C-109.  Condemned missing operations May 8, 1945
44-49252/49501		Ford B-24L-5-FO Liberator
				MSN 4107/4356
				49252 to RFC Walnut Ridge  Jan 17, 1946
				49253 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 20, 1946
				49254 (389th BG) lost Apr 7, 1945, Germany.  MACR 14113.
				49255 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 23,1946
				49256 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 26, 1946
				49257 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 20, 1946
				49258 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Mar 25, 1946
				49259 (454th BG) lost Dec 18, 1944, Hungary.  MACR 10918
				49260 condemned crash Feb 22, 1945
				49261 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49262 (461st BG, 764th BS) to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946.  
				49263 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 10, 1945
				49264 (454th BG) lost Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 13279
				49265 converted to C-109.   Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 15, 1946
				49266 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49267 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action  Feb 23, 1946
				49268 reclamation completed at Victorville AB, Cal May 12, 1945
				49269 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 25, 1946
				49270 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 25, 1946
				49271 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 19, 1946
				49272 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 16, 1945
				49273 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 18, 1945
				49274 converted to C-109.  Suffered landing accident at Shamshernagar,
					India Apr 6, 1945.  Condemned salvage May 1, 1945
				49275 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 15, 1946
				49276 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 28, 1947
				49277 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 25, 1946
				49278 condemned crash  Mar 8, 1945
				49279 in crash landing near Ashwellthorpe, Norfolk, England Feb 6,1945.
					Condemned salvage due to battle damage Aug 6, 1945
				49280 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 15, 1946
				49281 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 21, 1946
				49282 condemned crash Apr 12, 1945
				49283 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 19, 1946
				49284 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 28, 1947
				49285 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 19, 1946
				49286 to RFC Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				49287 to RFC Kingman Dec 20, 1945
				49288 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 19, 1946
				49289 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 20, 1946
				49290 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action  Feb 20, 1946
				49291 to RFC Kingman Dec 18, 1945
				49292 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 16, 1946
				49293 to RFC Kingman Jan 15, 1946
				49294 (485th BG) lost Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13977
				49295 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 20, 1946
				49296 to RFC Kingman Nov 19, 1945
				49297 condemned salvage due to battle damage Apr 14, 1945
				49298 to RFC Kingman Dec 17, 1945
				49299 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 20, 1946
				49300 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49302/49303 converted to C-109
				49305 converted to C-109
				49311 (459th BG) lost Mar 8, 1945.  MACR 12916
				49312 (455th BG) lost Apr 11, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13712
				49313 converted to C-109
				49314 (464th BG) hit by flak over target Jan 20, 1945 in raid on Linz,
					Austria.  Made belly landing at base, plane to CL-26.
				49317 converted to C-109
				49319 converted to C-109.  Suffered landing accident at Kwanghan, China
					Mar 24, 1945.  Consequences not known
				49326 converted to C-109
				49328 (464th BG) lost Dec 2, 1944.  MACR 10107
				49330 converted to C-109
				49333 converted to C-109
				49334 (464th BG) ditched in Adriatic Dec 15, 1944.  One lost.
				49336 (885th BG) lost Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 10934
				49337 converted to C-109
				49341 (454th BG) lost Dec 11, 1944, Austria.  MACR 10133
				49342 (492nd BG, 858th BS) lost Apr 19, 1945.  MACR 14190
				49343 (454th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, Austria.  MACR 11536
				49344 converted to C-109
				49346 (484th BG, 825th BS) left USA Feb 1, 1945, returned to USA Jun 9, 1945.
				49348 converted to C-109
				49351 converted to C-109.  Crashed 130 mi NW of Kunming, China 
					Sep 11, 1945 after crew abandoned aircraft following engine
					failure.
				49352 converted to C-109.  Suffeed landing accident at
					Shamshernagar, India Lul 20, 1945.  Condemned salvage Jul 27, 1945
				49353 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 22, 1945
				49354 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage ANLC Nov 13, 1945
				49355 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				49356 to RFC Kingman Jan 15, 1946
				49357 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 6, 1945
				49358 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 16, 1946
				49359 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 23, 1946
				49360 converted to C-109, then to TB-24L.  To RFC Bush Field Nov 26, 1945
				49361 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946 
				49362 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49363 (464th BG, "Yellow N") condemned crash Mar 4, 1945.  #3 engine blew
					up during climb.  Suspected sabotage.
				49364 to RFC Kingman Dec 23, 1945
				49365 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49366 (455th BG) lost Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 12941
				49367 to RFC Kingman Dec 18, 1945
				49368 to RFC Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				49369 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 23, 1945
				49370 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49371 condemned crash Jan 4, 1945
				49372 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49373 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49374 to RFC Kingman Jan 15, 1946
				49375 (461st BG, 765th BS) to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				49376 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49377 (455th BG) lost Dec 26, 1944 over Hungary.  MACR 10748
				49378 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49379 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				49380 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				49381 condemned crash landing Mar 3, 1945
				49382 (389th BG, 564th BS) lost Mar 9, 1945.  MACR 12959.
				49383 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				49384 to RFC Kingman Nov 29, 1945
				49385 to RFC Kingman Nov 23, 1945
				49386 to RFC Kingman Dec 13, 1945
				49387 to RFC Kingman Jan 14, 1946
				49388 reclamation completed Gore AAF, Mt Jul 11, 1945
				49389 Eglin AAF, Fl salvaged Jan 29, 1946
				49390 (461st BG, 767th BS) to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49391 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49392 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49393 (454th BG) lost Jan 20, 1945, Austria.  Condemned salvage  Mar 26, 1945
				49394 to RFC Kingman Jan 7, 1946
				49395 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49396 to RFC Kingman Dec 1, 1945
				49397 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49398 condemned crash landing Mar 14, 1945
				49399 lost Nov 2, 1944, North Sea.  MACR 9460
				49400 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49401 to RFC Kingman Dec 17, 1945
				49402 (464th BG) hit by flak Apr 25, 1945 during raid on rail yards at
					Linz, Austria Apr 25, 1945.  Aflter landing, plane was
					scrapped.
				49403 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49404 to RFC Kingman Dec 17, 1945
				49405 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49406 to RFC Kingman Nov 9, 1945
				49407 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				49408 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 4, 1945
				49409 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49410 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				49411 condemned FFC Dec 11, 1944
				49412 (451st BG) lost Dec 18, 1944, Germany.  MACR 10605
				49413 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49414 (451st BG, 726th BS) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10735.
					Crashed in Hungary near Lake Balaton in Magyarkeszi village.
				49415 (464th BG, 778th BS) returned to USA.  To RFC Kingman Dec 2, 1945
				49416 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49417 RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49418 (451th BG) lost Feb 7, 1945, Germany.  MACR 12089
				49419 to RFC Kingman Nov 26, 1945
				49420 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 1, 1945
				49421 (459th BG, 759th BS) interned in Switzerland Feb 27, 1945.  MACR 12754.  Returned Oct 3, 1945.
					Condemned salvage from enemy action Oct 22, 1945
				49422 condemned ssalvage Dec 5, 1944
				49423 (451st BG) lost Dec 26, 1944.  MACR 10702
				49424 condemned ack ack Mar 4, 1945
				49425 to RFC Kingman Jan 15, 1946
				49426 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL572.  SOC Mar 3, 1947
				49427 (456th BG, 746th BG) lost Feb 7, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12142
				49428 (461st BG, 765th BS) lost Mar 26, 1945.  MACR 13197.  Ended up in USSR service.
				49429 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				49430 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				49431 condemned salvage obsolete May 9, 1947
				49432 (90th BG) lost Feb 18, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14438
				49433 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				49434 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				49435 (459th BG) lost Feb 16, 1945, Adriatic.  MACR 12100
				49436 (451st BG) lost Mar 16, 1945.  MACR 13061
				49437 condemned salvage Dec 29, 1944
				49438 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49439 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL573.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49440 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL574.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49441 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL575.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				49442 to RFC Kingman Oct 16, 1945
				49443 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL576.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				49444 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL577.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				49445 converted to C-109.  Lost Nov 19, 1944, Iceland.   MACR 9736.
				49447 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL578.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				49449 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL579.  DBR in crashlanding at Foggia Main,
					Italy Apr 16, 1945 after two engines cut out due to fuel mismanagement.
				49450 converted to C-109.  Crashed at Khilpara, India Apr 10, 1945
					after crew abandoned it it in bad weather.
				49451 (308th BG, 375th BS, *Poco Moco*) missing Aug 6, 1945 while flying over the Hump
					from Hsingching, China to Rupsi, India.  Crew of 6 missing.
				49452 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL580
				49453 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL581
				49454 to RFC Kingman Dec 17, 1945
				49455 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL582.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49456 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 7, 1946
				49457 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL583.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
				49458 condemned burned Mar 13, 1945
				49459 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL584.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49460 (451th BG) lost Jan 31, 1945, Austria.  MACR 11830
				49461 condemned accident Feb 14, 1945
				49462 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL585.  DBR after ground fire at Celone, Italy Jul 23, 1945.
				49463 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as B-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49464 (454th BG) lost Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 13277.  Ended up serving with USSR
				49465 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL586.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				49466 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 22, 1946
				49467 condemned salvage Mar 11, 1945
				49468 condemned accident Apr 4, 1945
				49469 condemned combat Apr 12, 1945
				49470 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL587.  Flew into mountain on Crete during 
					ferry flight Nov 22, 1945.
				49471 condemned combat Apr 12, 1945
				49472 condemned missing combat Jan 28, 1945
				49473 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL588.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				49474 (Adak Island, Aleutians) AAC condemned salvage obsolete May 12, 1947
				49475 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL589.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49476 (492nd BG) lost Feb 1, 1945, France.  MACR 12152
				49477 to RAF Feb 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL590.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947.
				49478 to RFC Kingman Dec 16, 1945
				49479 (Manila, Luzon, 7AF) condemned accident not combat related Sep 2, 1945
				49480 (90th BG) lost Jan 10, 1945, Leyte.  MACR 11906
				49481 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49482 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49483 condemned salvage obsolete May 12, 1947 Elmendorf
				49484 condemned accident Jan 1, 1945
				49485 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 22, 1945
				49486 to RFC Kingman Jan 15, 1946
				49487 condemned accident May 24, 1945
				49488 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				49489 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49490 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 21, 1946
				49491 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				49492 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49493 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49494 In accident Oct 20, 1945.  Reclamation completed Victorville AAB, CA Feb 13, 1946.  
				49495 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49496 to RFC Kingman Oct 26, 1945
				49497 condemned salvage ANLC Nov 12, 1945
				49498 condemned accident not combat related Sep 12, 1945
				49499 to RFC at Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49500 (492nd BG, 858th BS) lost Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12585
				49501 (461th BG, 767th BS, "Red Head") lost Jan 31, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 14228.
44-49502/49751		Ford B-24L-10-FO Liberator
				MSN 4357/4606
				49502 to RFC Kingman Feb 6, 1946
				49503 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49504 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				49505 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49506 (MSN 4360) with 55th WRS at Guam. Named "Weather Witch" with 655th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					in 1945. Declared surplus Nov 30, 1945.
				49507 to RFC Kingman Oct 24, 1945
				49508 reclamation completed at Victorville AAB, Cal May 12, 1945
				49509 to RFC Kingman May 2, 1946
				49510 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 26, 1946
				49511 (461st BG, 764th BS, "Miss Lace") lost Apr 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 14058.  Last 461st BG combat loss
				49512 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49513 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				49514 (460th BG) lost Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12814
				49515 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 22, 1945
				49516 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49517 condemned reclamation Dec 20, 1945
				49518 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				49519 to RFC Walnut Ridge Mar 18, 1946
				49520 to RFC Walnut Ridge Mar 11, 1946
				49521 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 7, 1946
				49522 to RFC Kingman Mar 7, 1946
				49523 condemned salvage not from battle damage Jun 17, 1945
				49524 to RFC Walnut Ridge Mar 11, 1946
				49525 condemned salvage from battle damage Mar 10, 1945
				49526 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 22, 1945
				49527 to RFC Kingman Feb 27, 1946
				49528 to RFC Kingman Feb 25, 1946
				49529 condemned salvage from battle damage Mar 23, 1945
				49530 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 7, 1945
				49531 to RFC Kingman Feb 27, 1946
				49532 to RFC Kingman Dec 9, 1945
				49533 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Apr 7, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13892
				49534 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 26, 1945
				49535 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49536 to RFC Kingman Nov 23, 1945
				49537 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 15, 1945
				49538 condemned ferry flight crash Jan 13, 1945
				49539 (451st BG) lost Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 12717
				49540 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				49541 to RFC Kingman Dec 18, 1945
				49542 to RFC Walnut Ridge Feb 15, 1946
				49543 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				49544 (458th BG, 755th BS) returned to USA in 1946 and sent to Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
					and scrapped there.
				49545 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				49546 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49547 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49548 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				49549 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49550 reclamation completed Victorville AAB, Ca Aug 4, 1945
				49551 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49552 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				49553 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49554 condemned salvage Jun 12, 1945
				49555 to RFC Kingman Feb 23, 1946
				49556 to RFC Kingman Dec 31, 1945
				49557 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				49558 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49559 to RFC Kingman Nov 24, 1945
				49560 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 20, 1945
				49561 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49562 crashed Jul 18, 1945 due to engine fire 20 mi NW of Victorville
					AAF.  All 5 aboard survived.  Reclamation compeleted at Victorville AAB, Ca Jul 25, 1945
				49563 to RFC Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				49564 condemned ditched Jan 20, 1945
				49565 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49566 (465th BG) lost Mar 22, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13127
				49567 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49568 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 22, 1945
				49569 condemned crash Aug 2, 1945
				49570 converted to C-109.  To RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Jan 3, 1946
				49571 condemned salvage May 26, 1945
				49572 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				49573 (93rd BG, 329th BS) lost Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 13602.
					Condemned salvage no battle damage Mar 23, 1945. 
				49574 condemned salvage Aug 7, 1945
				49575 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				49576 to RFC Kingman Nov 27, 1945
				49577 to RFC Kingman Nov 27, 1945
				49578 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49579 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49580 (484th BG) lost Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13120.  Reportedly ended up in USSR service.
				49581 to RFC Kingman Dec 18, 1945
				49582 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49583 to RFC Walnut Ridge  Jan 8, 1946
				49584 (767th BS, 461st BG) condemned following crash landing Jan 31, 1945.  Report that it crash landed 
					Feb 23, 1945 at Hsingching, but the aircraft history card and accident report identifies it as a 461st aircraft.
				49585 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49586 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				49587 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				49588 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49589 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 28, 1945
				49590 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 17, 1946
				49591 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				49592 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				49593 to RFC Kingman Nov 22, 1945
				49594 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49595 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49596 to excess inventory list Jun 1, 1945
				49597 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 21, 1946
				49598 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 7, 1946
				49599 converted to C-109.  To RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Jan 2, 1946
				49600 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 1, 1945
				49601 converted to C-109.  To RFC Bush Field as TB-24L Oct 1, 1945
				49602 converted to C-109.  To RFC Altus as B-24L Oct 15, 1945
				49603 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49604 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				49605 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 10, 1946
				49606 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49607 (7th BG) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13435.
				49608 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49609 to RFC Kingman Jan 16, 1946
				49610 condemned salvage from battle damage Mar 25, 1945
				49611 to RFC Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				49612 condemned MIA May 29, 1945
				49613 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49614 to RFC Kingman Jan 12, 1946
				49615 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 15, 1945
				49616 converted to C-109. To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 20, 1946
				49617 to RFC Kingman Nov 20, 1945
				49618 to RFC Kingman Nov 8, 1945
				49619 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49620 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 1, 1945
				49621 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 14, 1945
				49622 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 11, 1945
				49623 (461st BG, 767th BS) transferred to 451st BG.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49624 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				49625 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49626 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49627 condemned salvage accident no combat related Jul 27, 1945 - effective  Apr 23, 1946
				49628 converted to C-109.  Missing Jul 17, 1945 on flight from Jorhat, India
					to Hsinching, China.  Crew of 4 presumed killed.  Wreckage spotted by
					a group of trekkers in November 2007 at Dopowa Desali in
					Mishimi Hills in Arunachal Pardesh, Northeast Idnia.
				49629 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49630 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Dec 13, 1945
				49631 to RFC Kingman as TB-24 Oct 22, 1945
				49632 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49633 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				49634 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49635 converted to C-109.  To RFC Altus as TB-24L Oct 16, 1945
				49636 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49637 crashed after takeoff from Gander, Newfoundland en route
					to Azores Dec 12, 1944.   6 crew killed.
				49638 (459th BG) lost Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 12368
				49639 to RFC Kingman Nov 24, 1945
				49640 condemned salvage Aug 17, 1945
				49641 (461st BG, 764th BS) lost Mar 26, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13192
				49642 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49643 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49644 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				49645 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49646 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 17, 1946
				49647 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				49648 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				49649 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 28, 1945
				49650 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L  Oct 21, 1945
				49651 to RFC Kingman Nov 29, 1945
				49652 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 21, 1945
				49653 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49654 to RFC Kingman Oct 27, 1945
				49655 converted to C-109. To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 11, 1946
				49656 condemned salvage Apr 3, 1945
				49657 (485th BG) lost Feb 16, 1945, Italy.  MACR 12494
				49658 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 10, 1946
				49659 condemned crashed landing combat May 1, 1945
				49660 converted to C-109.  Crashlanded following engine failure
					at Jorhat, India Jun 12, 1945.  Condemned Jun 12, 1945. 
				49661 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 11, 1946
				49662 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 14, 1945
				49663 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 21, 1946
				49664 to RFC Kingman Oct 17, 1945
				49665 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49666 to RFC Kingman Dec 1, 1945
				49667 condemned crash Mar 21, 1945
				49668 to RFC Kingman Oct 14, 1945
				49669 crashed inverted after takeoff from Grenier Field, NH Nov 20, 1944 when
					tail surface hinge failed.  10 killed.  Plane was enroute to Gander, Newfoundland.
				49670 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49671 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KL390.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49672 condemned MIA May 28, 1945
				49673 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49674 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Maggie's Boomerang") to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49675 converted to C-109.  To RFC Altus Oct 17, 1945
				49676 converted to C-109.  To RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Nov 6, 1945
				49677 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 21, 1946
				49678 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Nov 9, 1945
				49679 (461st BG, 764th BS, "The Uninvited Guest") to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 11, 1945
				49680 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49681 (308th BG) lost in India Jun 13, 1945.  MACR 14615
				49682 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL391.  SOC Ma 14, 1946
				49683 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49684 converted to C-109.  Suffered landing accident at Kunming,
					China Jun 12, 1945.  Condemned Jun 12, 1945
				49685 condemned crash Feb 3, 1945
				49686 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL591.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49687 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49688 to RFC Kingman Jan 12, 1946
				49689 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL592.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49690 converted to C-109.  To RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49691 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage from enemy action Feb 21, 1946
				49692 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL593.  Damaged Aug 27, 1946 and SOC Oct 17, 1946.
				49693 (460th BG) lost Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12813
				49694 converted to C-109.  To RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Jan 3, 1946
				49695 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49696 to RFC Kingman Dec 18, 1945
				49697 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL594.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49698 (22nd BG) lost Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13680
				49699 to RFC Kingman Jan 10, 1946
				49700 to RFC Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				49701 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL595.  Destroyed by fire when sank back on takeoff and
					crashed at Melsbroek, Belgium Oct 13, 1945.
				49702 condemend salvage not combat related May 27, 1945
				49703 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49704 converted to C-109.  Lost Aug 5, 1945, Asia
				49705 converted to C-109.  To RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Dec 19, 1945
				49706 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL596.  DBR when crashlanded 2 mi SE of Bari, Italy while
					on landing approach Jun 14, 1945.
				49707 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49708 condemed crash Jan 12, 1945
				49709 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL597.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49710 (464th BG, 779th BS, *Stevonovitch II*) shot down by AAA near Lugo, Italy
					Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13711.  10 crew KIA, radar bombardier who was standing on the
					bomb bay catwalk at the time was thrown free and survived.  There is a well-known 
					photo that was taken of the loss of this plane showing the wing collapsing between the No 1 and
					No 2 engines. 
				49711 (459th BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Mediterranean.  Also listed as going to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49712 condemned crash Jan 31, 1945 
				49713 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KL598.  SOC Nov 22, 1946. 
				49714 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49715 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 16, 1945
				49716 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49717 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL599.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49718 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49719 condemned crash Jan 20, 1945
				49720 converted to C-109.  Condemned salvage Nov 15, 1945
				49721 condemned collision Feb 18, 1945
				49722 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL600
				49723 converted to C-109.  Suffered landing addident at Hsinching,
					China Jun 7, 1945.  Condemned salvage Jun 20, 1945
				49724 to RFC Kingman Jan 2, 1946
				49725 to RFC Kingman Oct 14, 1945
				49726 condemned accident combat Mar 23, 1945
				49727 condemned accident May 24, 1945
				49728 converted to C-109.  Suffered takeoff accident at Kurmitola,
					India Mar 3, 1945.  Condemned crash Mar 4, 1945
				49729 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL601.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49730 condemned crash Feb 21, 1945
				49731 (464th BG, 779th BS, "Hoosier Pete") to RFC Kingman Jan 16, 1946.  MACR 12997 has 44-49713 being 
					lost Mar 14, 1945, but the serial number on the MACR should be 44-49731, *Hoosier
					Pete*, 464BG, 779th BS.   Plane landed and was repaired
					and returned to Pantanella Mar 24, 1945.
				49732 to RFC Kingman Jan 21, 1946
				49733 to RFC Kingman Oct 15, 1945
				49734 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 22, 1945
				49735 to RFC Kingman Nov 3, 1945
				49736 condemned crash landing Mar 9, 1945
				49737 to RFC Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				49738 to RFC Kingman Nov 30, 1945
				49739 to reclamation completed at Independence ATS, MO Jan 28, 1947
				49740 to RFC Kingman Dec 7, 1945
				49741 condemned salvage obsolete  Sep 25, 1945, to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				49742 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49743 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49744 to RFC Kingman Nov 9, 1945
				49745 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 22, 1945
				49746 (461st BG, 764th BS) left USA Jan 1, 1945.  To RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49747 (451th BG) lost over Yugoslavia Jan 15, 1945.  MACR 11288.
				49748 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				49749 (307th BG) lost Aug 1, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14846
				49750 to RFC Kingman Nov 16, 1945
				49751 (464th BG, 776th BS, *Sky Pirate*) forced landed on enemy field near Bjelovar, Croatia
					Feb 19, 1945.  Crew captured.  MACR 12101. Aircraft strafed and burned by P-38s a few days
					later.
44-49752/50001		Ford B-24L-15-FO Liberator
				MSN 4607/4856
				49752 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				49753 (5th BG, 23rd BS, "Dragon Lady") to RFC Kingman Nov 10, 1945
				49754 (459th BG, 759th BS) lost Feb 28, 1944, Austria.  MACR 12509
				49755 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL624.  SOC May 9, 1946.
				49756 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL620.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				49757 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL622.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49758 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL615.  SOC Mar 28, 1946.
				49759 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				49760 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL666.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				49761 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL673.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				49762 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL630.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
				49763 condemned crash landing Mar 29, 1945
				49764 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				49765 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL611.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				49766 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL657.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				49767 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				49768 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL686.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				49769 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL612.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				49770 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL613.   Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49771 (459th BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13992
				49772 (485th BG) lost Feb 16, 1945, Italy.  MACR 12700
				49773 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 30, 1945
				49774 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL614.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				49775 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL625.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				49776 reclamation completed at Olmstead AAF, Pa Jan 24, 1945
				49777 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL616.  SOC May 9, 1946
				49778 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL617.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				49779 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Nov 6, 1945
				49780 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL618.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				49781 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL619.  Undercarriage leg collapsed while
					taxiing at Lydda, Palestine Feb 10, 1946 and DBR.
				49782 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL667.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				49783 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49784 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				49785 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL621.  Scrapped Mar 12, 1947
				49786 condemned salvage Jun 30, 1945
				49787 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL665.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49788 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				49789 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				49790 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL623.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				49791 condemned flak Feb 19, 1945
				49792 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL669.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49793 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL628.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				49794 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL626.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				49795 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				49796 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49797 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 28, 1945
				49798 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL627.  SOC Jun 2, 1947 
				49799 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL664.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				49800 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL629.  SOC Apr 11, 1946 and passed
					to Indian AF as HE834.
				49801 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				49802 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL679.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49803 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL631.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				49804 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL632.  SOC Oct 16, 1947
				49805 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL633.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				49806 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL634.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				49807 condemned salvage obsolete May 12, 1947
				49808 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49809 to RFC Walnut Ridge,Ark as TB-24L Oct 9, 1945
				49810 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				49811 to RFC Walnut Ridge,Ark as TB-24L Oct 11, 1945
				49812 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL635.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49813 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL636.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49814 to RFC Kingman Dec 18, 1945
				49815 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL637.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				49816 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49817 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				49818 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49819 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL638.  SOC Dec 4, 1946
				49820 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL639.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				49821 to RAF as Apr 1945 Liberator B.VIII KL640.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				49822 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				49823 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL641.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49824 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL642.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				49825 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL643.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				49826 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				49827 condemned accident not combat related Sep 7, 1945
				49828 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL644.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				49829 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49830 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL645.  SOC Jan 5, 1947
				49831 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL646.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				49832 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL610.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				49833 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL681.   Undershot landing and hit radio van and
					undercarriage leg detached Oakington, England Jan 28, 1946 and DBR
				49834 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL648.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
				49835 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL649.  SOC Mar 28, 1946
				49836 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL650.  Was to have been instructional airframe as 6024M,
					but SOC Feb 19, 1947.
				49837 to RFC Kingman Dec 1, 1945
				49838 (485th BG) lost Feb 23, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12471.
				49839 condemned salvage Mar 21, 1945
				49840 (5th BG) lost Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 13310
				49841 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 14, 1946  
				49842 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL651.  SOC Jun 4, 1947.
				49843 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL688
				49844 to RFC Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				49845 to RFC Kingman Oct 24, 1945
				49846 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL653
				49847 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 11, 1945
				49848 (5th BG) lost Apr 8, 1945, SW Pacific. 
				49849 condemned inventory Apr 30, 1945
				49850 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49851 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				49852 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				49853 (43rd BG, 64th BS "Mabel's Labels") condemned salvage obsolete Oct 14, 1945
				49854 to RFC Kingman Nov 3, 1945
				49855 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 4, 1945
				49856 to RAF May 1954 as Liberator B.VI KN705
				49857 to RFC Kingman Dec 2, 1945
				49858 (484th BG) lost Feb 21, 1945, Austria.  MACR 12454
				49859 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				49860 condemned combat Jul 1, 1945
				49861 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL655
				49862 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL656
				49863 condemned accident Oct 10, 1945
				49864 condemned from enemy action Jul 15, 1945
				49865 to RFC Kingman Oct 15, 1945
				49866 condemned salvage Apr 9, 1945
				49867 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				49868 (451th BG, 725th BS) lost Feb 7, 1945, Hungary.  MACR 12086
				49869 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49870 Manila Luzon Philippine Islands; 7AF condemned combat Jun 18, 1945 
				49871 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL647
				49872 to RFC Kingman Nov 23, 1945
				49873 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 9, 1945
				49874 to RAF as Liberator B.VI KN702
				49875 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49876 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49877 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49878 to RFC Kingman Nov 23, 1945
				49879 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 14, 1946
				49880 to RFC Kingman Jan 16, 1946
				49881 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 11, 1945
				49882 condemned salvage Feb 7, 1945
				49883 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL659
				49884 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				49885 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 4, 1945
				49886 to RFC Kingman Dec 13, 1945
				49887 (461st BG, 764th BS, "Bingo") to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				49888 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL660
				49889 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 14, 1946
				49890 to RFC Kingman Jan 11, 1946
				49891 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL661
				49892 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				49893 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL662
				49894 (465th BG) lost Mar 22, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13121
				49895 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				49896 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 10, 1946
				49897 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49898 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL670
				49899 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				49900 to RFC Kingman Nov 23, 1945
				49901 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL658
				49902 to RFC Kingman Dec 21, 1945
				49903 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL652
				49904 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 28, 1945
				49905 (465th BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13986
				49906 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN704
				49907 to RFC Kingman Jan 8, 1946
				49908 reclamation completed Traux AAF, Wisc Jan 6, 1945
				49909 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL682
				49910 to RFC Kingman Dec 2, 1945
				49911 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 27, 1945
				49912 to RFC Kingman Dec 4, 1945
				49913 to RFC Kingman Jan 12, 1945
				49914 (465th BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13987
				49915 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 9, 1946
				49916 converted to XB-24Q Jul 30, 1946.  Reclamation completed at Olmstead AAF, 
					Pa  as XB-24Q  Aug 16, 1948
				49917 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL668
				49918 (ATC) lost Jan 4, 1945, Brazil during ferry flight.  MACR 10708 and 1084.
				49919 to RFC Kingman Oct 23, 1945
				49920 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1945
				49921 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49922 to RAF as May 1945 Liberator B.VI KN707.
				49923 to RFC Kingman Jan 6, 1946
				49924 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				49925 (461st BG, 766th BS) lost Feb 13, 1945.  MACR 12498
				49926 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49927 (454th BG) lost Apr 2, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13475. I have a reference which has this
					plane as ending up in the USSR.
				49928 (455th BG, 742nd BS) interned in Switzerland Feb 27, 1945.  MACR 12481.  Returned Sep 29, 1945
				49929 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				49930 condemned MIA flak Mar 26, 1945
				49931 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL609
				49932 to RFC Kingman Jan 7, 1946
				49933 (ATC) lost Jan 20, 1945, Central Atlantic on ferry flight.  MACR 11717.  Was one of a group of 52
					B-24s being delivered from Bangor to Europe via Kindley Field, Bermuda and the Azores.
				49934 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN703
				49935 to RFC Kingman Nov 28, 1945
				49936 (484th BG) lost Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12508.
				49937 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 14, 1946.  I also have a reference which has this
					plane as ending up in USSR
				49938 to RFC Kingman Oct 24, 1945
				49939 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49940 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				49941 to RFC Kingman Dec 19, 1945
				49942 to RFC Kingman Dec 3, 1945
				49943 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				49944 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				49945 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				49946 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49947 to RFC Kingman Jan 16, 1946
				49948 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49949 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 23, 1945
				49950 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49951 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL671
				49952 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 20, 1945
				49953 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 25, 1945
				49954 assigned to 445th BG, 701st BS as an H2X equipped aircraft. 
					Crashed on training flight near Thorpe Abbotts airfield,
					UK Apr 6, 1945.  3 of 9 aboard killed. Report that the plane
					went to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946 seems to be incorrect.
				49955 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				49956 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL676
				49957 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Jan 7, 1946
				49958 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 14, 1946
				49959 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL663
				49960 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				49961 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49962 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL674
				49963 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49964 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 19, 1945
				49965 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				49966 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 27, 1945
				49967 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 24, 1945
				49968 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL675
				49969 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL672
				49970 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 22, 1945
				49971 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				49972 (453rd BG, 733rd BS) lost Mar 31, 1945, Lutjewinkel, Netherlands.  MACR 13734.  7 POW, 2 evaded
				49973 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark as TB-24L Nov 6, 1945
				49974 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				49975 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				49976 returned to USA Jun 16, 1945.  To RFC Kingman Nov 26, 1945
				49977 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				49978 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL607
				49979 to RAF Mar 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL677
				49980 to RFC Kingman Nov 11, 1945
				49981 to RFC Kingman Dec 15, 1945
				49982 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL678
				49983 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				49984 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 11, 1946
				49985 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN706
				49986 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				49987 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL680
				49988 to RFC Kingman  Dec 13, 1945
				49989 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 4, 1945
				49990 to RFC Kingman Jan 12, 1946
				49991 to RFC Kingman Nov 2, 1945
				49992 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL687
				49993 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL654
				49994 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL683
				49995 to RFC Kingman Dec 7, 1945
				49996 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL684
				49997 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL689
				49998 to RAF Apr 1945 as Liberator B.VI KL685
				49999 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50000 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1944
				50001 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KL608
44-50002/50251		Ford B-24L-20-FO Liberator
				MSN 4857/5106
				50002 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 5, 1946
				50003 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN754
				50004 reclamation completed at Langley AAF, Va. Apr 30, 1945
				50005 condemned salvage Nov 12, 1945
				50006 to RCAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11134
				50007 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 17, 1945
				50008 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN749
				50009 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 20, 1945
				50010 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN802
				50011 reclamation completed Langley AAF, Va as TB-24L Jul 2, 1945
				50012 to RCAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11131
				50013 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN762
				50014 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN767
				50015 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark as TB-24L Oct 18, 1945
				50016 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN766
				50017 to Britian but retained by USAAF.  To RFC Kingman Nov 25, 1945
				50018 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP150
				50019 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN748
				50020 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN824
				50021 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN791
				50022 to RCAF as Liberator GR VIII 11133
				50023 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN779.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50025 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN764.  Damaged beyond repair when undercarriage
					collapsed on landing at Poona, India Jun 29, 1946
				50026 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN790.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
				50027 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN765.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50028 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark as TB-24L Oct 15, 1945
				50029 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN810.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50030 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jun 21, 1946
				50031 to RFC Kingman Nov 22, 1945
				50032 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberattor GR.VIII KN803.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50033 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN750.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				50034 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN809.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50035 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN784.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50036 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN778.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50037 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN783.  SOC Apr 15, 1946
				50038 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN752.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50039 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN777.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50040 to RCAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11135
				50041 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN782.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50042 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN761.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
					Registration CP-681 reserved but NTU.
				50043 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN722.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50044 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN804.  SOC Mar 15, 1948
				50045 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN772.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				50046 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN800.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50047 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN825.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50048 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP154.  Not delivered to RAF.   To RFC Walnut Ridge, 
					Ark Jan 18, 1946
				50049 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN758.  DBR when undershod landing and undercarriage
					collapsed at Castle Benito, Libya Feb 7, 1946
				50050 to RCAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11132
				50051 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN753.  SOC Nov 11, 1947.
				50052 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN806.  SOC Apr 11,1 9o46
				50053 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN787.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50054 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 31, 1945
				50055 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN728.  SOC Oct 31, 1946
				50056 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN801.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
				50057 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN826.  Flew into ground after night takeoff from
					Lydda, Palestine Aug 2, 1945.
				50058 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 25, 1945
				50059 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN760.  Engine cut on takeoff from Pegu, Berma Mar 28, 1946
					lost height and bellylanded.  DBR.
				50060 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN731.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50061 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN786.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50062 to RCAF May 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11127
				50063 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN776.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50064 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN730.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50065 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN732.  Damaged when flew into sea.  On return to base was
					DBR when nosewheel collapsed on landing at Kankesauturai, Ceylon Jun 7, 1946.
				50066 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN780.  Belly landed when ran short of fuel in bad weather
					on ferry flight Sep 16, 1945.
				50067 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN729.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50068 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN769.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50069 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN771.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				50070 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN744.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50071 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN792.  SOC Mar 3, 1947
				50072 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN811.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				50073 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN768.  Undercarriage retracted prematurely on takeoff from
					Dorval, Canada Jun 30, 1945 and aircraft crashed out of control.
				50074 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN775.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50075 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN774.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				50076 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN832.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
				50077 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN773.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50078 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP146.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50079 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN721.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50080 to RFC Kingman Oct 24, 1945
				50081 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN763.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50082 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN812.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
				50083 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP147.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RFC Kingman Dec 5, 1945
				50084 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50085 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP155.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RFC Kingman Dec 14, 1945
				50086 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN808.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				50087 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN770.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50088 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN723.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50089 to RFC Altus, Okla Nov 3, 1945
				50090 to RFC Altus, Okla Nov 3, 1945
				50091 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP148.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RFC Kingman Nov 14, 1945
				50092 to RFC Altus Nov 3, 1945
				50093 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				50094 to RFC Altus Nov 29, 1945
				50095 to RFC Altus Nov 3, 1945
				50096 to RFC Altus Nov 3, 1945
				50097 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 22, 1945
				50098 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 10, 1945
				50099 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator B.VII KP140.  Abandoned by crew after all engines
					cut during supply mission over Bengal, India Sep 2, 1945
				50100 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN816.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50101 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN781.  Crashed and burned after sinking back
					after takeoff Salbani, India Sep 14, 1945
				50102 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KP134.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50103 reclamation completed at Williams AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				50104 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN817.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50105 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 23, 1945
				50106 to RFC Kingman as TB-24 Oct 21, 1945
				50107 to RAF Jun 1944 as Liberator GR.VIII KN797.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50108 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 2, 1945
				50109 to RFC Altus Nov 3, 1945
				50110 to RFC Altus Nov 3, 1945
				50111 to RFC Altus Nov 3, 1945
				50112 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN741.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				50113 to RFC Altus Nov 3, 1945
				50114 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN828.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50115 to RFC Kingman Feb 27, 1946
				50116 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP144.   SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50117 to RFC Kingman Oct 24, 1945
				50118 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN827.  I have no details
				50119 to RFC Kingman Oct 29, 1945
				50120 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN796.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
				50121 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN725.   SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50122 to RFC Kingman Oct 24, 1945
				50123 to RAF as Liberator KP136.  SOC Jun 13, 1946 
				50124 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KP126.  SOC May 9, 1946
				50125 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN799.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				50126 to CL-26 at Truax AAF Jan 24, 1945
				50127 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN829.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50128 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP143.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50129 condemned ack ack Apr 15, 1945
				50130 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN823.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50131 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN814.  SOC Aug 14, 1946
				50132 to RFC Kingman Jan 24, 1946
				50133 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L  Nov 5, 1945
				50134 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN755.   SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50135 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN733.  SOC May 14, 1947
				50136 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP149.  Not delivered to RAF.  Reclamation 
					completed Garden City AAF, Kans Jan 28, 1947
				50137 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN813.  SOC May 14, 1947
				50138 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP137.  Returned to USA Oct 31, 1945
				50139 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP129.  Crashed at Reykjavik, Iceland when undershot
					landing May 29, 1945.
				50140 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KP138.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				50141 to RFC Kingman Oct 22, 1945
				50142 reclamation completed at Boca Raton AAF, FL as TB-24L Oct 15, 1945
				50143 to RFC Kingman Dec 16, 1945
				50144 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				50145 to RFC Kingman Oct 21, 1945
				50146 reclamation completed at Boca Raton AAF, FL Mar 1, 1945
				50147 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIIII KN819.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50148 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN815.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50149 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 29, 1945
				50150 to RFC Kingman as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				50151 to RAF Jun 1944 as Liberator GR.VIII KN788.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50152 to RFC Kingman Oct 20, 1945
				50153 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN821.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50154 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN820.  SOC Sep 26, 1946.  To Indian AF as HE773.
					Later donated to Canadian museum in exchange for a Westland Lysander.  Flown to Canada
					and officially handed over June 1968.  
					Now on display at the National Aeronautical collection in Ottawa, Canada.
				50155 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP139.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50156 to RFC Kingman Nov 28, 1945
				50157 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP127.  Returned to USA Oct 30, 1945.
					Declared excess by ADO per exc.report #245 at Kingman AAF, AZ. Shipping ticket 
					#4710  Nov 3,1945 W.A.A. Kingman,AZ
				50158 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP141.  Returned to USA Nov 6, 1945
				50159 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP130.  SOC May 30, 1946
				50160 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN798.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50161 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN793.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50162 to RFC Kingman Dec 6, 1945
				50163 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN795.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50164 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN727.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50165 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN719.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50166 to RFC Kingman Nov 30, 1945
				50167 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN724.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50168 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN807.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
				50169 to RFC Kingman Jan 16, 1945
				50170 to RAF as Liberator GR.VII KP156.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RFC Kingman Dec 6, 1945
				50171 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN831.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50172 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN822.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50173 to RFC Kingman Nov 1, 1945
				50174 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN833.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				50175 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN794.  SOC Apr 25, 1946
				50176 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN737.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50177 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN739.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50178 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN789.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50179 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN734.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50180 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50181 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KN726.  SOC Oct 31, 1947
				50182 to RCAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11129
				50183 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN818.  SOC May 20, 1946
				50184 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN759.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
				50185 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN735.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50186 to RCAF May 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11130
				50187 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN742.  Crashed and burned after night takeoff from
					Bassingbourn, England Nov 8, 1945
				50188 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 13, 1945
				50189 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 18, 1945
				50190 reclamation completed at Langley AAF, Va Jul 24, 1945
				50191 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP142.  Returned to USA Nov 6, 1945.  No record of this
				50192 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN736.  Flew into ground near Cockayne Hatley, England
					Sep 18, 1945 while flying on two engines
				50193 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN738.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				50194 to RFC Kingman Dec 13, 1945
				50195 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN757.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50196 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN785.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948
				50197 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP133.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				50198 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN805.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50199 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN747.  Scrapped Jun 4, 1947
				50200 to RFC Kingman Dec 13, 1945
				50201 to RFC Kingman Oct 31, 1945
				50202 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN743.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50203 reclamation completed at Victorville AAB, Ca as TB-24L Jul 2, 1945
				50204 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Oct 18, 1945
				50205 to RFC Kingman Dec 5, 1945
				50206 (MSN 6907L) to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN751. SOC Apr 11, 1947 and transferred to Indian AF 
					as HE807.  Retired Dec 31, 1968 and stored at Poona AB.  Acquired
					by RAF Museum and arrived at RAF Lyneham Jul 6, 1974.
					Put on display at RAF Museum at RAF Cosford, Wolverhampton Jan 20, 1976
					Moved to RAF Museum, Hendon
				50207 to RFC Kingman Jan 7, 1946
				50208 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN740.  SOC Jun 4, 1947
				50209 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 6, 1945
				50210 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP135.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50211 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Nov 6, 1945
				50212 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN756.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50213 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN834.  Damaged
					beyond repair in crash landing near Sessano, Italy Sep 2, 1946.  
				50214 to RCAF May 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11126
				50215 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP131.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50216 to RFC Kingman Jan 12, 1946
				50217 to RAF Aug 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP145.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50218 to RCAF May 1945 as Liberator GR VIII 11128
				50219 to RFC Kingman Dec 6, 1945
				50220 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ as TB-24L Oct 20, 1945
				50221 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Oct 27, 1945
				50222 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ as TB-24L Oct 21, 1945
				50223 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Nov 6, 1945
				50224 to RFC Walnut Ridge as TB-24L Jan 9, 1946
				50225 (98th BG) lost Mar 15, 1945.  MACR 12998.
				50226 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN835.  SOC Mar 12, 1947
				50227 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KP125.  SOC Nov 11, 1947
				50228 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KP128.  Scrapped Jul 7, 1948 
				50229 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP151.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 6, 1945
				50230 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN830.  SOC May 30, 1946
				50231 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Oct 20, 1945
				50232 to RAF Jul 1945 as Liberator B.VIII KN836.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50233 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP153.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50234 to RAF May 1945 as Liberator B.VI KN745.  SOC Apr 11, 1946
				50235 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 16, 1946
				50236 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 18, 1946.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50237 to RAF as Liberator GR.VIII KP152.  Not delivered to RAF.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50238 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946.
				50239 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50240 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				50241 to RFC Walnut Ridge Nov 4, 1945
				50242 to RAF Jun 1945 as Liberator GR.VIII KN720.  SOC Jun 2, 1947
				50243 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 18, 1946
				50244 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50245 (450th BG) lost Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 12820.
				50246 to RAF as Liberator B.VIII KP132.  SOC May 30, 1946
				50247 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				50248 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				50249 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50250 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 4, 1945
				50251 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
44-50252/50451		Ford B-24M-1-FO Liberator
				MSN 5107/5306
				50252 condemned crash May 12, 1945
				50253 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50254 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				50255 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50256 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 10, 1946
				50257 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 9, 1946
				50258 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				50259 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 17, 1946
				50260 condemned salvage May 12, 1945
				50261 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946.  Also listed as going to USSR.
				50262 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 4, 1946
				50263 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 6, 1946
				50264 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 17, 1946
				50265 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 17, 1946
				50266 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 18, 1946
				50267 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 28, 1945
				50268 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50269 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				50270 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 22, 1946
				50271 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 4, 1946
				50272 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50273 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 28, 1945
				50274 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50275 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 29, 1945
				50276 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 9, 1946
				50277 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 6, 1946
				50278 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50279 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 20, 1946
				50280 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 20, 1946
				50281 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50282 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				50283 condemned crash Apr 19, 1945
				50284 Kingman AAF, Az Jan 18, 1946
				50285 to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50286 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50287 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 23, 1946
				50288 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50289 condemned crashed  Jul 31, 1945.  To excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50290 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50291 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50292 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50293 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jan 7, 1946
				50294 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 6, 1946
				50295 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 26, 1946
				50296 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				50297 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 29, 1946
				50298 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 8, 1945
				50299 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				50300 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50301 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 4, 1946
				50302 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 31, 1946
				50303 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 26, 1945
				50304 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				50305 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				50306 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 28, 1945
				50307 Lowry AAF, Colo surveyed Jul 15, 1945
				50308 condemned accident not combat related Sep 27, 1945.  To excess 
					inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50309 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 23, 1946
				50310 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 16, 1946
				50311 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 29, 1945
				50312 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 25, 1945
				50313 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 25, 1946
				50314 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50315 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50316 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 20, 1946
				50317 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 31, 1946
				50318 to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 29, 1945
				50319 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 18, 1945
				50320 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 23, 1946
				50321 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50322 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 25, 1946
				50323 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50324 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 18, 1946
				50325 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 29, 1945
				50326 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 23, 1946
				50327 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 25, 1946
				50328 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50329 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50330 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 25, 1946
				50331 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 28, 1946
				50332 (464th BG, 779th BS, "Black-I") lost Mar 22, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13122
					Hit by flak just before target, rolled into inverted spin.  One bailed out.
				50333 (5th BG, 31st BS, "Old Black Magic") to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				50334 condemned crashed Mar 22, 1945
				50335 (7th BG) lost Mar 29, 1945.  MACR 13467
				50336 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 5, 1946
				50337 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				50338 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 9, 1946
				50339 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 20, 1946
				50340 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50341 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				50342 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50343 condemned salvage obsolete May 12, 1947
				50344 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50345 (28th BG) lost Jun 16, 1945.  MACR 14658
				50346 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50347 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				50348 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 10, 1946
				50349 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 24, 1946
				50350 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50351 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50352 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50353 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50354 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				50355 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 4, 1946
				50356 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 25, 1946
				50357 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 2, 1946
				50358 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50359 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50360 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 28, 1946
				50361 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50362 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 5, 1946
				50363 condemned salvage not combat related Jun 16, 1945
				50364 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50365 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50366 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50367 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 27, 1946
				50368 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50369 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 21, 1946
				50370 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50371 crashed into Castle Harbour after taking off from Kindley Field, Bermuda during ferry flight 
					Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12061
				50372 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 24, 1946
				50373 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 18, 1946
				50374 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 24, 1946
				50375 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50376 crash landing May 6, 1945
				50377 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 23, 1946
				50378 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50379 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50380 ferry flight crash at Gander, Newfoundland Mar 1, 1945
				50381 condemned flak Apr 25, 1945
				50382 (456th BG, 746th BS) damaged by AAA and crashlanded in Austria 
					Apr 25, 1945.  MACR 14037.  Crew evaded to Hungary and were
					returned.  I have a reference which has this plane as ending up in USSR service.
				50383 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				50384 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 2, 1946
				50385 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				50386 (461st BG, 767th BS) to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50387 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50388 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50389 condemned missing Jul 1, 1945
				50390 (380th BG) lost Jul 12, 1945, SW Pacific.
				50391 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50392 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark  Jan 3, 1946
				50393 (376th BG) lost Mar 31, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13473.  I have a reference which has this
					plane as going to the USSR.
				50394 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50395 (868th BG) lost Jul 25, 1945, South Pacific
				50396 to RFC Kingman Oct 25, 1945
				50397 condemned missing Nov 30, 1945
				50398 to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945
				50399 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50400 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 12, 1945
				50401 condemned combat Mar 23, 1945
				50402 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50403 condemned destroyed Mar 23, 1945
				50404 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50405 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 5, 1945
				50406 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50407 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				50408 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50409 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50410 (461st BG, 764th BS) condemned air collision Mar 2, 1945
				50411 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				50412 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50413 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				50414 (485th BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13995.  I have a reference which has this
					plane as going to the USSR.
				50415 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50416 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 17, 1946
				50417 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				50418 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50419 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50420 Cincinatti ATC ferry to RFC Nov 30, 1945
				50421 condemned crash landing combat May 11, 1945
				50422 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50423 to RFC Altus, Okla Jun 27, 1946
				50424 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 4, 1945
				50425 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 25, 1945
				50426 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50427 condemned ferry flight crash Feb 20, 1945
				50428 (461st BG, 766th BS) to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				50429 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 14, 1945
				50430 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				50431 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 15, 1945
				50432 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50433 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				50434 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50435 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50436 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				50437 (484th BG0 lost Mar 23, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13816.  I have a reference which has this
					plane as going to the USSR.
				50438 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				50439 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 16, 1946
				50440 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50441 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				50442 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50443 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				50444 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				50445 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50446 condemned ferry flight crash Mar 16, 1945
				50447 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				50448 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50449 (98th BG) lost Mar 1, 1945.  MACR 12819.
				50450 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				50451 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
44-50452/50651		Ford B-24M-5-FO Liberator
				MSN 5307/5506
				50452 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				50453 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50454 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50455 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				50456 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 21, 1945
				50457 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50458 condemned salvage Jun 7, 1945
				50459 condemned missing no combat related Sep 13, 1945
				50460 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				50461 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50462 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				50463 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				50464 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				50465 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				50466 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50467 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50468 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 24, 1945.  Also listed as crashing at San Giovanni, Italy with 455 BG, 740 BS Apr 12, 1945.
					I have a photo of the plane standing on its nose.
				50469 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50470 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				50471 (464th BG, 777 BS) crashed on maintenance test flight 4 mi E of Pantanella, Italy May 1, 1945.  2 killed, 3
					injured.  Condemned salvage not combat related May 2, 1945
				50472 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50473 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50474 reclamation completed at Brookley AAF, Ala as TB-24M Apr 30, 1946
				50475 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50476 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 17, 1946
				50477 condemned salvage due to battle damage Mar 15, 1945
				50478 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50479 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50480 (456th BG, 746th BS) lost Mar 15, 1945.  MACR 12942
				50481 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50482 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50483 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50484 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				50485 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 11, 1946
				50486 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50487 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50488 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				50489 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50490 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				50491 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50492 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50493 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945.   
				50494 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				50495 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 8, 1946
				50496 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50497 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 14, 1946
				50498 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 23, 1946
				50499 (450th BG) lost Apr 8, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13709
				50500 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 9, 1946
				50501 reclamation completed at Brookley AAF, Ala as TB-24M Mar 13, 1946
				50502 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				50503 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 24, 1945
				50504 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 25, 1945
				50505 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50506 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				50507 (454 BG, 737 BS) crash landing at San Giovanni, Italy Apr 2, 1945
				50508 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50509 (448 BG, 714 BS) w/o in landing accident at Seething, England Mar 27, 1945
				50510 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 21, 1945
				50511 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50512 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 29, 1945
				50513 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 16, 1946
				50514 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50515 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 20, 1945
				50516 reclamation completed at Brookley AAF, Ala as TB-24M Mar 3, 1946
				50517 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 5, 1945
				50518 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 5, 1946
				50519 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50520 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 17, 1946
				50521 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50522 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50523 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50524 crashed 7 mi S of Chatham Field, GA Jan 9, 1945.
					11 of 12 onboard killed.
				50525 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50526 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50527 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50528 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 17, 1946
				50529 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 14, 1946
				50530 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				50531 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				50532 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50533 (466 BG, 787 BS) crashed on takeoff at Attlebridge, England Apr 14, 1945
				50534 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50535 lost on ferry flight near Iceland Feb 7, 1945.  MACR 12023
				50536 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 2, 1946
				50537 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				50538 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50539 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50540 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50541 reclamation completed at Brookley AAF as TB-24M Apr 30, 1946
				50542 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1942
				50543 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50544 reclamation completed at Brookley AAF as TB-24M Mar 3, 1946
				50545 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50546 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50547 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50548 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50549 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50550 condemned salvage obsolete  Sep 26, 1945.  To excess inventory list  Dec 31, 1945
				50551 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 29, 1945
				50552 reclamation completed Brookley AAF as TB-24M Mar 13, 1946
				50553 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50554 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50556 (450th BG, 722nd BS) condemned crash landing at Manduria, Italy Mar 17, 1945
				50557 Kingman AAF, Az Jan 16, 1946
				50558 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 2, 1946
				50559 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50560 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50561 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Az Jan 3, 1946
				50562 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 26, 1945
				50563 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 28, 1945
				50564 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				50565 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50566 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				50567 condemned fire  Mar 22, 1945
				50568 (392nd BG, 578th BS) returned to USA May 30, 1945.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50569 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50570 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 3, 1945
				50571 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50572 (448th BG, 715th BS) crashed on takeoff at Seething, England Apr 17, 1945
				50573 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 20, 1945
				50574 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				50575 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 26, 1945
				50576 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 5, 1945
				50577 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 29, 1945
				50578 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 30, 1945
				50579 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 25, 1945
				50580 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50581 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50582 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 12, 1946
				50583 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50584 (450th BG) lost Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13261
				50585 condemned ferry flight crash on takeoff at Meeks Field, Iceland Feb 13, 1945
				50586 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50587 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50588 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				50589 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50590 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50591 to RCAF Jan 25, 1945 as 11102
				50592 (449th BG, 718th BS) w/o in taxiing accident at Rome, Italy May 22, 1945
				50593 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50594 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50595 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50596 condemned salvage obsolete May 12, 1947
				50597 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				50598 condemned salvage obsolete May 15, 1947
				50599 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50600 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 25, 1946
				50601 to RCAF Jan 27, 1945 as 11104
				50602 (380th BG) salvaged at Kingman, AZ Nov 1, 1945.
				50603 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50604 to RFC Altus,Okla as TB-24M Oct 17, 1945
				50605 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50606 (485th BG) lost Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13280
				50607 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 27, 1946
				50608 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				50609 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 22, 1946
				50610 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				50611 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				50612 to RFC Altus, Okla Oct 24, 1945
				50613 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				50614 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50615 condemned fire Mar 17, 1945
				50616 (461st BG, 765th BS) to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50617 to RFC Altus, Ok Oct 17, 1945
				50618 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50619 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				50620 reclamation completed Brookley AAF as TB-24M Mar 13, 1946
				50621 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 22, 1945
				50622 to RCAF Jan 28, 1945 as 11103
				50623 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				50624 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 4, 1946
				50625 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 1, 1946
				50626 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				50627 to RFC Altus, Ok as TB-24M Oct 24, 1945
				50628 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50629 reclamatiom completed Brookley AAF as TB-24M Apr 9, 1946
				50630 to RFC Altus,Ok as TB-24M Oct 24, 1945
				50631 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50632 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ok Oct 7, 1945
				50633 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50634 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 4, 1946
				50635 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 6, 1945
				50636 to RFC Albuquerque, NM Dec 20, 1945
				50637 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50638 to RFC Altus,Ok as TB-24M Oct 16, 1945
				50639 to RCAF Jan 30, 1945 as 11105
				50640 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50641 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50642 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 16, 1946
				50643 condemned ferry flight crash May 31, 1945
				50644 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 25, 1946
				50645 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				50646 reclaimed at Brookley AAF as TB-24M May 24, 1946
				50647 to RFC Altus, Ok Oct 17, 1945
				50648 RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945	
				50649 reclamation completed Brookley AAF as TB-24M Mar 13, 1946
				50650 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				50651 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
44-50652/50851		Ford B-24M-10-FO Liberator
				MSN 5507/5706
				50652 declared excess 16 Oct 1945 Ogden AAF, UT
				50653 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 10, 1946
				50654 (98th BG) lost Apr 8, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13708.
				50655 to RFC Greenville AB, SC Dec 19, 1945.  Also reported as being lost between Bermuda and the Azores Mar 25, 1945.
				50656 (448th BG, 712th BS) shot down Mar 25, 1945 over Schneverdingen, Germany.
					7 KIA, 3 POW.  MACR 13444	  
				50657 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 3, 1945
				50658 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50659 (90th BG) lost Jun 20, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14877
				50660 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				50661 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				50662 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50663 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50664 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1946
				50665 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 10, 1946
				50666 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50667 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50668 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50669 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50670 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50671 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50672 reclamation completed Spokane AAF, Wa Jul 15, 1946
				50673 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50674 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50675 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az  Dec 2, 1945
				50676 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50677 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50678 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50679 condemned ferry flight crash Mar 24, 1945
				50680 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50681 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				50682 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 30, 1945
				50683 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50684 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50685 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 30, 1945
				50686 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50687 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50688 condemned crash May 20, 1945
				50689 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50690 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 6, 1946
				50691 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				50692 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 21, 1946
				50693 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50694 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				50695 (713rd BS, 448th BG) crashed 4 mi SE of Ballantrae, Scotland Jun 12, 1945
				50696 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50697 (93rd BG, 328th BS) lost Apr 5, 1945, Zuider Zee, Netherlands. MACR 13846.
					Wreckage & bomb load recovered 1973;Haamstede
				50698 (44th BG, 506th BS) crashlanded 1/2 mi S of Watton, England May 11, 1945
				50699 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 5, 1946
				50700 to RFC Walnut Ridge,Ark Dec 20, 1945
				50701 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50702 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				50703 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50704 to RFC Walnut Ridge,Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50705 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50706 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50707 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 19, 1945
				50708 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50709 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50710 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				50711 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 6, 1945
				50712 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50713 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50714 condemned destroyed Apr 25, 1944
				50715 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 29, 1945
				50716 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				50717 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50718 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50719 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 3, 1945
				50720 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 16, 1945
				50721 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50722 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50723 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 22, 1945
				50724 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 29, 1945
				50725 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50726 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 9, 1946
				50727 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50728 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50729 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				50730 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				50731 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50732 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				50733 to RFC Charleston, SC Oct 28, 1945
				50734 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50735 to RFC Walnt Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50736 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 28, 1945
				50737 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 20, 1945
				50738 (461st BG, 765th BS, "Rhode Island Red II") to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50739 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50740 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				50741 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				50742 condemned crash landing May 1, 1945
				50743 (461st BG, 765th BS) lost Apr 11, 1945, Mediterranean.  MACR 13983
				50744 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50745 Spokane AAF, Wa declared excess Oct 16, 1945
				50746 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 10, 1946
				50747 (389th BG, 566th BS) lost Apr 5, 1945.  MACR 13727
				50748 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				50749 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50750 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 20, 1945
				50751 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50752 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 7, 1946
				50753 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50754 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				50755 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 10, 1946
				50756 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50757 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50758 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50759 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 28, 1945
				50760 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50761 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50762 (484th BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Austria.  MACR 13994
				50763 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 5, 1946
				50764 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50765 condemned MIA flak  Apr 8, 1945
				50766 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1945
				50767 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				50768 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 7, 1945
				50769 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
				50770 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 5, 1945
				50771 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 9, 1946
				50772 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				50773 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 20, 1945
				50774 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50775 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50776 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				50777 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 10, 1946
				50778 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50779 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50780 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				50781 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 24, 1945
				50782 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 3, 1945
				50783 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 29, 1945
				50784 (786th BS, 466th BS) w/o at Attlebridge, England May 12, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage May 13, 1945
				50785 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 14, 1945
				50786 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az  Nov 9, 1945
				50787 to RFC Walnut Ridge Dec 29, 1945
				50788 Cincinatti ATC ferry flight crash at Romulus AAF, Mich Aug 5, 1945
				50789 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 15, 1945
				50790 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 4, 1946
				50791 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50792 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 27, 1945
				50793 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				50794 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 28, 1945
				50795 condemned combat Aug 13, 1945
				50796 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50797 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 29, 1945
				50798 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50799 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 8, 1945
				50800 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az  Dec 19, 1945
				50801 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946.  Converted to C-87
					before leaving USAAF.  To civil registry as N299A, then
					to CP-611 of Compania Boliviana de Aviacion.  Crashed Mar 27, 1964
					and was rebuilt as CP-787.  CP-787 reportedly WFU and
					broken up at La Paz during 1975.
				50802 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 4, 1945
				50803 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 31, 1945
				50804 condemned salvage obsolete 18 Oct 1945
				50805 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 2, 1946
				50806 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50807 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 2, 1946
				50808 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 4, 1945
				50809 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 9, 1946
				50810 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50811 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				50812 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 8, 1945
				50813 modified at Topeka, KS, left USA Mar 9, 1945.  Returned to USA May 9, 1945.
					Declared excess at Spokane, WA Oct 16, 1945.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50814 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50815 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50816 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 1, 1945
				50817 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50818 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50819 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50820 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50821 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 12, 1946
				50822 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50823 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50824 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50825 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50826 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50827 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50828 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 7, 1945
				50829 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50830 returned to USA May 1945.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				50831 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				50832 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50833 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				50834 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50835 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 10, 1945
				50836 Cincinatti ATC ferry to RFC  Dec 9, 1945
				50837 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				50838 (448th BG, 714th BS) shot down by Me 262 Apr 4, 1945 over Ludwigslust, Germany.  
					9 crew MIA, one POW.  MACR 13730.  There is a famous photograph of this plane falling after
					being hit.  It was cut in half by the Me 262. 
				50839 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50840 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50841 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50842 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 18, 1945
				50843 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50844 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50845 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50846 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50847 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 21, 1945
				50848 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 15, 1945
				50849 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				50850 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				50851 (783rd BS, 465th BG) crashed on takeoff at Pantanella, Italy Apr 20, 1945
44-50852/51051		Ford B-24M-15-FO Liberator
				MSN 5707/5906
				50852 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 17, 1945
				50853 returned to USA May 20, 1945.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 14, 1946
				50854 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50855 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50856 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50857 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 6, 1945
				50858 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50859 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50860 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 3, 1945
				50861 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50862 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 28, 1945
				50863 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50864 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 18, 1945
				50865 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				50866 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 22, 1945
				50867 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50868 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50869 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50870 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				50871 Cincinatti ATC ferry to RFC Dec 19, 1945
				50872 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				50873 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				50874 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 21, 1945
				50875 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50876 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 13, 1946
				50877 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				50878 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50879 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50880 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50881 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50882 (461st BG, 767th BS) to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50883 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				50884 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50885 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				50886 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50887 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1954
				50888 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50889 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50890 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50891 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 4, 1946
				50892 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				50893 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 29, 1945
				50894 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 5, 1945.  To excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50895 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				50896 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50897 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50898 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50899 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50900 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50901 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				50902 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50903 to storage at Hill AAF, Ut  Jun 4, 1945 Hill AAF, UT declared excess Oct 16, 1945
				50904 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				50905 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50906 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50907 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 5, 1946
				50908 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50909 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50910 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50911 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				50912 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				50913 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 5, 1945.  To excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50914 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50915 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				50916 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 22, 1945
				50917 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				50918 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				50919 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				50920 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				50921 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 8, 1946
				50922 condemned salvage accident not combat related Sep 21, 1945.
					To excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50923 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50924 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 26, 1945
				50925 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				50926 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50927 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 21, 1945
				50928 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50929 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 28, 1945
				50930 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 4, 1946
				50931 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50932 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				50933 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 30, 1945
				50934 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				50935 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				50936 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50937 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50938 condemned combat Jun 30, 1945
				50939 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50940 (406th BS) w/o in takeoff accident at Harrington, England Jun 8, 1945.  Condemned salvage no battle damage Jun 10, 1945
				50941 (380th BG, 529th BS "Virgin Abroad") condemned salvage obsolete Nov 3, 1945.  To excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50942 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				50943 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				50944 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				50945 condemned salvage May 9, 1945
				50946 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				50947 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50948 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				50949 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				50950 condemned salvage obolete Oct 20, 1945
				50951 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				50952 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				50953 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 7, 1946
				50954 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				50955 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az May 3, 1945
				50956 to RFC Walnut Ridge, AZ Nov 3, 1945
				50957 (494th BG) lost Jul 17, 1945, Central Pacific.
				50958 (11th BG) lost Jul 31, 1945, Central Pacific.
				50959 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 7, 1945
				50960 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				50961 reclamation completed FEA PAC Jan 15, 1948.  Condemned salvage  Nov 25, 1946.
					Aircraft assigned FEA PAC  Apr 30, 1947
				50962 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 15, 1945
				50963 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				50964 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				50965 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				50966 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 6, 1945
				50967 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				50968 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				50969 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				50970 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				50971 condemned combat Jun 17, 1945
				50972 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Nov 2, 1945
				50973 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948 
				50974 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				50975 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				50976 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 24, 1945
				50977 condemned MIA  Jun 21, 1945
				50978 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 10, 1946
				50979 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Jan 6, 1946
				50980 to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				50981 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 5, 1945
				50982 condemned salvage obsolete Sep 8, 1945
				50983 condemned accident not combat related Oct 27, 1945
				50984 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 7, 1945
				50985 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				50986 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				50987 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				50988 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				50989 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 4, 1945
				50990 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 21, 1945
				50991 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				50992 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				50993 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				50994 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				50995 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				50996 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 2, 1945
				50997 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				50998 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 2, 1945
				50999 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 6, 1945
				51000 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				51001 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				51002 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 17, 1946
				51003 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 5, 1945
				51004 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				51005 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 26, 1945
				51006 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 4, 1945
				51007 condemned accident Jul 19, 1945
				51008 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 13, 1945
				51009 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 30, 1945
				51010 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 1, 1945
				51011 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 15, 1945
				51012 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51013 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				51014 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 3, 1945
				51015 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 16, 1946
				51016 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				51017 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				51018 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 21, 1945
				51019 condemned salvage Jul 31, 1945
				51020 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51021 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51022 reclamation comepleted Jan 15, 1948
				51023 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 4, 1945
				51024 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 11, 1946
				51025 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 4, 1945
				51026 (43rd BG) lost Jun 12, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 14621
				51027 condemned missing Jul 12, 1945
				51028 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 6, 1946
				51029 condemned salvage from enemy action Jun 8, 1946
				51030 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 29, 1945
				51031 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 29, 1945
				51032 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				51033 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				51034 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 17, 1945
				51035 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 5, 1945
				51036 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 15, 1945
				51037 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51038 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				51039 to RFC Walnut Ridge,Ark Oct 26, 1945
				51040 to RFC Walnut Ridge,Ark Dec 24, 1945
				51041 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				51042 condemned salvage accident related Aug 29, 1945
				51043 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51044 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51045 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 2, 1946
				51046 condemned accident not combat related Sep 13, 1945
				51047 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				51048 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 3, 1945
				51049 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51050 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				51051 to RFC Walnut Ridge Jan 3, 1946
44-51052/51251		Ford B-24M-20-FO Liberator
				MSN 5907/6106
				51052 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51053 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				51054 condemned salvage obsolete Oct 14, 1945
				51055 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51056 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51057 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51058 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51059 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51060 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 17, 1946
				51061 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 9, 1946
				51062 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51063 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				51064 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51065 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51066 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				51067 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51068 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51069 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51070 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 22, 1945
				51071 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51072 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51073 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51074 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51075 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51076 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51077 Cincinatti ATC ferry to RFC Jan 15, 1946
				51078 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51079 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51080 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51081 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5,1945
				51082 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 29, 1945
				51083 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51084 condemned missing Jul 5, 1945
				51085 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 27, 1945
				51086 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 8, 1946
				51087 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 4, 1945
				51088 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				51089 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				51090 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51091 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51092 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51093 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51094 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51095 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51096 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51097 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51098 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51099 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 16, 1946
				51100 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 1, 1945
				51101 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51102 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51103 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				51104 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 15, 1946
				51105 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51106 condemned accident not combat related Sep 4, 1945
				51107 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51108 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51109 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 13, 1945
				51110 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				51111 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51112 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51113 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 2, 1945
				51114 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51115 condemned salvage accident Jul 20, 1945
				51116 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51117 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51118 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51119 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51120 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51121 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51122 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51123 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 22, 1945
				51124 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51125 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51126 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51127 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51128 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51129 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51130 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51131 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				51132 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				51133 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51134 reclamation completed Independence AAF. Mo May 17, 1947
				51135 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51136 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51137 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51138 condemned salvage  Jun 24, 1945
				51139 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51140 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51141 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 12, 1945
				51142 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51143 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 31, 1945
				51144 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				51145 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51146 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51147 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51148 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				51149 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 13, 1945
				51150 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51151 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				51152 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51153 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51154 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51155 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				51156 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51157 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51158 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51159 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51160 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51161 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51162 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51163 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 26, 1945
				51164 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 22, 1945
				51165 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				51166 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				51167 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 15, 1945
				51168 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Dec 5, 1945
				51169 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51170 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 1, 1945
				51171 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51172 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51173 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51174 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51175 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51176 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 22, 1945
				51177 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 11, 1946
				51178 to RFC Walnut Ridge Feb 18, 1946
				51179 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				51180 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az. as TB-24M Jan 20, 1946
				51181 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51182 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51183 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51184 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51185 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51186 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 3, 1946
				51187 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az as TB-24M Jan 20, 1946
				51188 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51189 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51190 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				51191 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51192 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51193 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 13, 1945
				51194 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51195 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51196 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51197 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 7, 1946
				51198 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51199 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51200 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51201 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51202 to RFC Kingman AAF, AZ Dec 6, 1945
				51203 reclamation completed Independence AAF, Mo May 15, 1947
				51204 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51205 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				51206 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51207 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51208 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51209 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51210 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51211 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 22, 1945
				51212 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51213 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51214 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51215 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51216 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51217 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51218 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51219 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51220 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51221 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51222 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				51223 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				51224 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51225 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51226 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51227 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51228 modified as EZB-24M-21-FO ice research
					aircraft.  Used by Aeronautical Icing Research Laboratory when it crashed on takeoff at
					Berlin, NH Mar 6, 1951.  Was on display at Lackland AFB
					Museum in Texas.  Now at Duxford, UK restored
					for Imperial War Museum and painted as 44-40593 *Dugan*.
				51229 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51230 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51231 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51232 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51233 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Mar 16, 1946
				51234 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51235 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51236 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				51237 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51238 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51239 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51240 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				51241 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51242 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				51243 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51244 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51245 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51246 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51247 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				51248 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az as TB-24M Jan 20, 1946
				51249 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51250 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51251 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
44-51252/51451		Ford B-24M-25-FO Liberator
				MSN 6107/6306
				51252 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51253 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51254 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51255 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51256 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51257 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51258 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51259 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51260 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51261 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51262 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51263 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51264 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51265 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51266 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51267 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51268 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51269 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51270 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51271 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51272 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51273 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51274 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51275 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 17, 1945
				51276 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51277 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jun 3, 1946
				51278 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 2, 1945
				51279 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51280 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51281 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51282 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark May 20, 1946
				51283 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				51284 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51285 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 18, 1945
				51286 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51287 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51288 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51289 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51290 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 12, 1945
				51291 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51292 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51293 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				51294 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 5, 1946
				51295 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				51296 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51297 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51298 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51299 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51300 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51301 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 8, 1945
				51302 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 30, 1945
				51303 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				51304 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51305 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51306 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51307 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 2, 1945
				51308 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51309 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				51310 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51311 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51312 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51313 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				51314 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51315 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 22, 1945
				51316 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51317 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51318 crashed Oct 15, 1945 on takeoff from Guam on flight to Kwjalein.  All 8 crew killed.
					Plane went to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				51319 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51320 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51321 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 17, 1945
				51322 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51323 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51324 (461th BG, 764th BS) lost Jan 31, 1945, Austria.  MACR 11838
				51325 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				51326 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 29, 1945
				51327 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51328 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51329 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 15, 1945
				51330 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51331 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				51332 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 17, 1945
				51333 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 1, 1945
				51334 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51335 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 15, 1945
				51336 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51337 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51338 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51339 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51340 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51341 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51342 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51343 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51344 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51345 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51346 condemned salvage obsolete Nov 5, 1945
				51347 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51348 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51349 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51350 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51351 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51352 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				51353 Garden City AAF, Kans (storage) declared excess Nov 26, 1945
				51354 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51355 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51356 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jun 3, 1946
				51357 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51358 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 17, 1945
				51359 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51360 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 7, 1945
				51361 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 19, 1945
				51362 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1945
				51363 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				51364 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 27, 1945
				51365 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 4, 1946
				51366 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51367 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51368 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51369 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51370 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 13, 1945
				51371 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51372 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51373 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Jan 9, 1946
				51374 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51375 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az  Dec 4, 1945
				51376 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51377 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51378 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 1, 1945
				51379 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51380 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51381 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51382 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				51383 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51384 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				51385 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 31, 1945
				51386 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 7, 1945
				51387 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 28, 1945
				51388 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51389 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51390 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 11, 1945
				51391 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 12, 1945
				51392 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51393 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51394 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 10, 1945
				51395 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51396 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51397 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51398 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51399 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 29, 1945
				51400 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 2, 1946
				51401 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 27, 1945
				51402 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 21, 1945
				51403 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51404 to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
				51405 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51406 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51407 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51408 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51409 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51410 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51411 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 28, 1945
				51412 reclamation completed at Hill AAF, UT Mar 17, 1947
				51413 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51414 (380th BG, 529th BS, 531th BS, "Atomic Blonde") to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51415 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 20, 1945
				51416 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51417 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 16, 1945
				51418 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51419 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51420 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 1, 1945
				51421 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 15, 1945
				51422 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 13, 1945
				51423 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51424 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51425 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 23, 1945
				51426 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az as TB-24M Dec 20, 1945
				51427 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51428 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51429 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 28, 1945
				51430 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51431 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 24, 1945
				51432 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51433 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 12, 1945
				51434 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 5, 1944
				51435 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51436 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
				51437 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51438 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 25, 1945
				51439 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51440 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 13, 1945
				51441 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51442 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 26, 1945
				51443 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 22, 1945
				51444 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51445 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51446 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 4, 1945
				51447 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 10, 1945
				51448 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51449 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 3, 1945
				51450 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 13, 1945
				51451 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 20, 1945
44-51452/51928		Ford B-24M-30-FO Liberator
				MSN 6307/6783
				51452 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 1, 1946
				51453 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 10, 1946
				51454 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Oct 31, 1945
				51455 reclamation completed at Garden City AAF (storage), Kans Aug 20, 1946
				51456 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 6, 1945
				51457 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945.  Nose section at National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, Pooler, GA
				51458 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 16, 1945
				51459 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Mar 1, 1946
				51460 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 27, 1946
				51461 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 18, 1946
				51462 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 27, 1946
				51463 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 18, 1946
				51464 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 26, 1946
				51465 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 7, 1945
				51466 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 8, 1945
				51467 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51468 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51469 reclamation completed at Mitchel AAF, NY Aug 27, 1946
				51470 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 14, 1945
				51471 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 3, 1946
				51472 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 28, 1946
				51473 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 27, 1946
				51474 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark  Mar 15, 1946
				51475 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 27, 1946
				51476 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 27, 1946
				51477 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 18, 1946
				51478 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51479 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Apr 11,1946
				51480 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 26, 1946
				51481 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Mar 3, 1946
				51482 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Mar 11, 1946
				51483 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az May 4, 1946
				51484 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Mar 15, 1946
				51485 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 18, 1946
				51486 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 18, 1946
				51487 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 10, 1946
				51488 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 9, 1945
				51489 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51490 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Feb 27, 1946
				51491 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Mar 4, 1946
				51492 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Nov 13, 1945
				51493 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51494 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az as TB-24M Dec 10, 1945
				51495 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 5, 1946
				51496 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51497 reclamation completed Jan 15, 1948
				51498 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 3, 1946
				51499 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 12, 1946
				51500 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 26, 1946
				51501 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51502 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51503 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 5, 1946
				51504 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51505 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 28, 1945
				51506 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 24, 1945
				51507 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 15, 1946
				51508 condemned RT6 to US Jan 24, 1947
				51509 reclamation completed at Hunter AAF, Ga Jun 19, 1945
				51510 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az as TB-24M Jan 17, 1946
				51511 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 18, 1946
				51512 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 12, 1946
				51513 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51514 Long Beach AAF to War Assests Administration Jul 16, 1946
				51515 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				51516 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Jan 23, 1946
				51517 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Mar 11, 1946
				51518 converted to F-7B.  To RFC Kingman AAF, Az as TB-24M Dec 10, 1945
				51519 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az as TB-24M Jan 16, 1946
				51520 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Oct 4, 1946
				51521 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 10, 1946
				51522 reclamation completed Langley AAF, Va Jul 27, 1945
				51523 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 11, 1945
				51524 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 19, 1945
				51525 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 5, 1946
				51526 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 18, 1945
				51527 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 12, 1946
				51528 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Mar 29, 1946
				51529 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 18, 1946
				51530 reclamation completed FEA PAC Jan 15, 1948
				51531 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Dec 18, 1945
				51532 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 14, 1945
				51533 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Nov 9, 1945
				51534 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Apr 15, 1946
				51535 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Mar 15, 1946
				51536 to RFC Kingman AAF, Az Feb 27, 1946
				51537 to RFC Walnut Ridge, Ark Mar 15, 1946
				51589 (29th BS)		
				51655 converted to F-7B
				51706 (PACD) lost Aug 1, 1945 on ferry flight between Tarawa and Guam.  MACR 15397.
				51784 (304th BS) crashed at Shemya Island, Alaska due to heavy fog Jun 16, 1946.  3 survivors.
44-51929/52052		Ford B-24M-FO
				Cancelled contract
44-52053/52059		Ford YB-24N-1-FO Liberator
				MSN 6908/6914
44-52060/52852		Cancelled contract for B-24N Liberator
44-52853/52977		Cancelled contract for C-87 Liberator Express
44-52978/52987		Consolidated C-87 Liberator Express
				MSN 102/111
				52985 to Brazilian AF as FAB 2054 in 1945.  WFU 1955.
44-52988		Piper L-4F Grasshopper
				MSN 5-1120.  J-5A Cub impressed by USAAF from civilian user.  Was NC40688.  To RFC at Sheppard
					AAF Apr 20, 1945
44-52989		Stinson UC-81-ST Reliant
				Model SR.8B MSN 9602 NC15111 impressed by USAAF.  To RFC/Scrap Aug 9, 1945.
44-52990/52991		Douglas C-48C 
				DC-3A-367s MSN 3286/3287 delivered to Northeast May 1941 as NC33621/33622
					and operated for USAAF as C-53 without military serials.  Sold to TWA Apr 23, 1942
					and re-registered NC1950/1951, but these serials probably NTU.  Alotted military serials
					44-52990/52991 Jan 31, 1944 as C-48C.  
				52990 MSN 3286 NC33621 sold to Western Air Lines Feb 10. 1944 (still registered as
					NC33621) and crashed Apr 24, 1946 North Hollywood, CA. 
				52991 MSN 3287 NC33622 to civil registry as (DC-3A) NC19948
					(Lsd Feb 03, 1944 to United Airlines until bought Mar 09, 1945, named *Oakland* then *Ogden* -
					Lsd to PAA Mar 08, 1945 to May 11, 1944 and Piedmont Airlines Jan 1949 until bought 
					Mar 21, 1949). Rr N40V (Piedmont *Freat Smokies*). Wfu 1962, possibly for spares.
44-52992		Stinson L-12A-LT Reliant
				Model SM.7B impressed by USAAF.  Sold to Western Airlines Jul 8, 1944.
44-52993		Stinson UC-81J-ST Reliant
				Model SR.9E impressed by USAAF.   To RFC Oct 24, 1944.
44-52994		Stinson L-12-LT Reliant
				Model SR.5A impressed by USAAF.  To RFC at Salt Lake City Feb 19, 1945
44-52995		Stinson L-12A-LT Reliant
				Model SM.7B impressed by USAAF.  To RFC Feb 12, 1945
44-52996		Stinson L-12-LT Reliant
				Model SR.5A impressed by USAAF.  Condemned salvage obsolete Aug 27, 1946.
					Reclamation completed Apr 1, 1947.
44-52997		Grumman OA-14
				Civilian G-44 MSN 1208 NC28669 impressed by USAAF Nov 1944.  Returned to civil registry as N1250N after Jun 1956.  
					Registration cancelled Jul 8, 2013.
44-52998		Cessna UC-78A Bobcat
44-52999		Douglas C-49D
				DC-3 impressed from civilian user.  Original N-number not known.
44-53000		Cancelled contract
44-53001		Cessna UC-78A Bobcat
44-53002/53007		Reserved
44-53008/53327		Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning
				MSN 422-8263/8582.  There is some confusion with MSN identities particularly as the P-38 was not fitted 
					with a manufacturer’s data plate and the cannibalisation of parts during the war and later
				53008 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8263) became NX63300.
				53009 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8264)
				53011 (MSN 422-8266) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53012 (MSN 422-8267, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC at Kingman AAF Feb 4, 1946.  To civil regiatry
					as N718, now owned by Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA
				53013 (MSN 422-8268, F-5G-6-LO) to RFC at Kingman AAF,Feb 2, 1946
				53014 (MSN 422-8269) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Feb 25, 1946
				53015 (MSN 422-8270) F-5G-6-LO) to RFC at Kingman AAF Jan 24, 1946.  To Mac Millian Oil Company 
					in 1946 as NX57492, used as Bendix Racer #55.  To Costa Rica in 1948.  Later to Honduran AF.
					To Hycon Aerial Surveys, Pasadena CA Nov 1955 and restored as N9957F.
					To Tallmantz Collection, Orange Count, CA Jan 1964 to 1965.  To Rosen Novak Auto Co, Omaha, NB 1965-1966. 
					To RW. H, Erikson, Minneaapolis, MN 1969.  Was at Yesterday's Air Force, Chino, CA by 1972.
					To Military Aircraft Restoration, Chino, CA 1972-1980.  To Gary R. Larkins/RMP Aviation, Colfax, CA 1980-1981.
					To McGuire AFB, NB as gate guard Apr 1981.  Registration N9957F now inactive.
				53016 (MSN 422-8271) crashed near Bedford, MA Jul 19, 1945 while practising feathering of props.  Pilot killed. 
				53017 (MSN 422-8272) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53019 (MSN 422-8274) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NC62835 in 1946. NFD
				53020 (MSN 422-8275) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53022 (MSN 422-8277) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53023 (MSN 422-8278) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53024 (MSN 422-8279) F-5G-6-LO)
				53025 (MSN 422-8280) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.
					Warbirds Worldwide Director has this being convertedto
					F-5G, no mention of P-38M.  Became NX66613.
				53026 (MSN 422-8281, F-5G-6-LO) purchased by William Lear, Jr May 20, 1946
					at Kingman, AZ.  Registered as NX66613.  Raced in the Bendix air race until crashed
					at Twin Falls, ID Jul 20, 1947
				53027 (MSN 422-8282, F-5G-6-LO).  To NX57497 in 146.  Quoted as later MSN 422-8282.  NFD
				53028 (MSN 422-8283, F-5G-6-LO)
				53029 (MSN 422-8284) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53030 (MSN 422-8285) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53031 (MSN 422-8286) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53032 (MSN 422-8287) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53034 (MSN 422-8289) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53035 (MSN 422-8290) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53036 (MSN 422-8291, F-5G-6-LO)
				53037 (MSN 422-8292, F-5G-6-LO)
				53038 (MSN 422-8293, F-5G-6-LO) to NX62828 in 1946.  Race #34.  Crashed Ohio early 1950s.
				53042 (MSN 422-8297) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53044 (MSN 422-8299, F-5G-6-LO)
				53045 (MSN 422-8300, F-5G-6-LO) on civil registry as NX21765, later CF-HSC.  Crashed
					Jun 25, 1956, Prince George, BC.  Pilot and passenger killed.
				53050 (MSN 422-8305) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53052 (MSN 422-8307) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53056 (MSN 422-8311) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To Honduras AF as
					FAH-501 Oct 1948.  Crashed during emergency landing approach to
					Tegucigalpa airport May 13, 1955.  Pilot killed.
				53059 (MSN 422-8314) became NX69800.  Race #58.  Abandoned Peru late 1940s.
				53062 (MSN 422-8317) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53063 (MSN 422-8318) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53064 (MSN 422-8319) to NX4532N in 1946.  Race #36.  Scrapped ca 1956.  Cancelled Jan 31, 1956.
				53066 (MSN 422-8321) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53067 (MSN 422-8322) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53068 (MSN 422-8323) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53069 (MSN 422-8324) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.
					became NX62828.
				53073 (MSN 422-8328) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53074 (MSN 422-8329) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NC61470 in 1946
				53076 (MSN 422-8331) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53077 (MSN 422-8332) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53078 (MSN 422-8333) converted to F-5G. Became NX21764, then N21764, then N504MH.  The well-known 
					Anthony ‘Tony’ W. LeVier used it between 1946 and 1948 as racer #3 named ‘Fox of the Skyways’, 
					placing second in the Thompson Trophy Race at the National Air Races, Cleveland, OH, 1946.
					Crashed Aug 4, 1965 near Los Olivos, CA
				53079 (MSN 422-8334) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53080 (MSN 422-8335) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53082 (MSN 422-8337) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  Became NX62805, then believed sold to Cuban AF as CAEC-124
					Aug 1947.  Quoted with MSN 422-5496 and aso serial number 44-53089 and/or 44-24492.
				53083 (MSN 422-8338) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter 
				53084 (MSN 422-8339) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53085 (MSN 422-8340) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53086 (MSN 422-8341) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53087 (MSN 422-8342) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To RFC at Kingman AAF Dec 28, 1945.  To civil registry as 
					NL62887 Jun 18, 1947.  To CF-GDS.  To N1107V May 23, 1956, to YV-C-BAR Sep 1959.  To N1107V again Apr 1960.
					To N3800L May 31, 1971.  Now with Experimental Aircraft Association Museum, Oshkosh, WI.  Painted as 2103993, 
					Maj. Richard Bong's 'Marge'.  Warbirds Worldwide Directory has this as being converted to F-5G, no mention 
					of P-38M.  Given to EAA Foundation, Oshkosh, WI Sec 1981.  Reported in 1989
					to be airworthy, having been mated with P-38E nose acquired from MGM Studios.
				53088 (MSN 422-8343) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53089 (MSN 422-8344) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53090 (MSN 422-8345) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53092 (MSN 422-8347) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53093 (MSN 422-8348) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53094 (MSN 422-8349) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53095 (MSN 422-8350) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NC6645 To Honduras AF as 
					FAH-506 Jul 1954.  Acquired by Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe
					BA Feb 1960 as N9005R.  Now on flyable display at Lone Star Museum,
					Galveston, TX registered as N9005R.  Reported May 2006 as having
					been acquired by Tom Blair and will stay at Kissimmee.  Reported
					June 2008 issue of "Aircraft Illustrated" to be under restoration
					to fly at Douglaa, GA.  Rebuilt complete, first flew Jun 2008.
					Registration N38TF reserved Jan 2, 2009
				53096 (MSN 422-8351) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53097 (MSN 422-8352) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To RFC at Kingman AAF Dec 29, 1945.  To civil
					registry as NX67861.  To Cuban AF, then to Fuerza Aerea Hondurena, July 1954 as 
					FAH-503 (2nd use of the serial).  Acquired by Bob Bean Aircraft
					of Blythe, CA Feb 1960 and registered as N9011R.  then N7TF, then N3JB.  At the
					Champlin Fighter Museum.  Possibly acquired by the Museum of
					Flight, Seattle, WA.  Now on flyable display as N3JB at Champlin Fighter Aircraft Museum, Mesa, AZ.
					Relocation to Seattle, Washington reported
				53098 (MSN 422-8353) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53100 (MSN 422-8355) converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NC67849, to the Caribbean Legion on Cayo Confites base
					of MRD (Movimiento Revolucionaria Dominicano), 08/47 taken over by Cuba as CAEC
					121. Summer 1950 suffered fatal accident over Santa Fe Beach in Havana.
				53101 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.  To NC73467 in 1947
				53105 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53106 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53107 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53109 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53110 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter
				53111 (MSN 422-8366) became NX33698.  Cancelled Feb 28, 1951.
				53112 converted to P-38M-6-LO night fighter.
				53134 (MSN 422-8389) to NX66108 in 1946.  Race #99
				53155 to Honduras Sep 1948 as FAH501.  Crashed on takeoff from 
					Tegucigalpa airport May 13, 1955.  Pilot killed.
				53159 (MSN 422-8414) converted to F-5G.  Became NX66678.
				53170 (MSN 422-8425, F-5G-6-LO) became NX61121.  Race #27 "Teterboro Special", later Race #22.  To Teterboro
					School of Aeronautics, DBR
				53171 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53173 (MSN 422-8428, F-5G-6-LO) became NX70087.  To Race #70.  To Spartan A/S for spares
				53176 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53178 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53179 (MSN 422-8434, F-5G-6-LO) became N62345
				53180 (MSN 422-8470) to RFC at Kingman AAF Jan 24,1946.  To civil registry as N69902 for use in aerial
					photography.  Crashed near the Greater Pittsburgh Apt Aug 23, 1957.  
					2 crew killed.  Cause was loss of control while trying to avoid
					collision with a TWA Constellation, probably
					caused by wake turbulence (CAB Accident report 2-0046).
				53181 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53182 (MSN 422-8469) F-5G-6-LO) To NX62345 in 1946.  Cancellex to Bolivia Mar 10, 1964.
				53183 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8472) to NX56687 in 1946.  To CF-GCG.  Crashed Macgregor Lake, Quebec Mar 17, 1955
				53194 (MSN 422-8439) to NXc33697 in 1947, race #22.  To N1502V Apr 1951.  Cancelled Feb 17, 1956.
					To CF-GKH.  Crashed Dawson, Yukon Jul 31, 1953.
				53185 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53186 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8441) to RFC at Kingman AAF Nov 2, 1946.  Sold in 1946 to Kargl Aerial Surveys as 
					N62350.  Sold to Aero Exploration Company in 1947.  Reregistered as NL62350
					Sold to Mark Hurd Mapping Company in 1952 and re-registered as N505MH.  Bought in 1967 by
					Harrahs Club for display in Reno, NV.  Bought in 1985 by David Tallichet and restored to flying
					status.  Bought in 1988 by Doug Arnold and flown to England.  Bought by Evergreen in 1990 and
					restored, the civil registration N38EV being assigned.  N38EV not listed by FAA and probably used
					for display purposes only.  Now on display at Evergreen Vintage Aircraft at McMinnville, OR.  Also 
					was allocated the registration G-MURU, but may never have been worn.  G-MURU not listed by UK CAA.
				53187 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53188 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53189 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53190 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53191 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53192 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53193 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8448) to RFC at Kingman AAF Nov 2, 1946.  To civil registry as NX34993 in 1947.
					To N34993, to CF-NMW, then  N3005.  Was registed with MSN 5747, causing confusion with 44-24743. 
					Shipped to Canada for scrap in 1965.  Restored fitted with F-80 nose.  Registration N38PS reserved but 
					not taken up.  Crashed and destroyed near Whitehouse, OH Aug 1, 1978, killing
					the pilot.  Restoration project after crash, Kissimmee, Florida.  Marked as N3005/PS
				53194 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8449) to NC62875 in 1947.  NFD
				53195 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53196 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8191) to NX62354 in 146.
				53197 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53198 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53199 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53200 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53201 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53202 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53203 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53204 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53205 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53206 (MSN 422-8461) to NC75632/CF-HDI Jun 5, 1953. W/O nr Ottawa, ONT May 2, 1955
				53212 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53220 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53229 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53232 (F-5G-6-LO) to RFC at Kingman AAF 16 Feb 1946.  To NX66678 in 1946.  Race #11.  To Honduran AF
					as FAH-05 Mar 1949.  Acquired by Bob Bean Aircraft, Blythe, CA
					in Mar 1960 as N66678.  To N9003R but NTU.  Now at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, OH marked
					as P-38J-10-LO 42-67885.  Registration N66678 now inactive
				53236 at Richard Bong Memorial, Poplar, WI.  Has been restored and now in Superior, WI at 
					Richard I. Bong Veterans Heritage Center
				53239 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53241 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53242 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8465) to NX57496 in 1946, Race #47.  Crashed near Bishop, California 1957/58.
					Now quoted with MSN 8497.  Restoration project after crash, Kissimmee, Florida; registered to Weather 
					Modification Co., Redlands, California as N57496 and used for cloud seeding.  Cancelled Feb 21, 2013.
				53244 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53245 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53246 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53247 (F-5G-6-LO, MSN 422-8502) to RFC at Kingman AAF Feb 4, 1946.  ToNX90813 in 1946.
					Used as Bendix racer in 1947 as N57496.  Crashed 1960.  Wreck now owned by Tom Reilly of Kissimmee, FL.
					Warbirds Worldwide Directory gives a different history--became
					N90813, acquired by USAFM and loaned in 1974 to Pima County
					Museum, Tucson, AZ.  Traded May 1989 to Musee de l'Air et
					de l'Espace at Le Bourget, Paris.  DBF May 17, 1990 and wreck returned to USA.
				53248 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53249 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53251 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53252 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53253 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53254 (F-5G-6-LO) to RFC at Kingman AAF Feb 20, 1946.  
					Flyable as N25Y by Marvin "Lefty" Gardner at Austin, TX.  Under
					restoration after forced landing Jun 25, 2001.  Acquired by
					Flying Bulls of Salzburg, Austria and moved Jan 2005 to Ezell
					Aviation of Breckenridge for restoration to flying condition.
					Renovation complete, first flight Jun 2, 2008.  Apr 2008
					issue of Aircraft Illustrated says that the plane has been
					shipped to its owners at Salzburg, Austria.
				53255 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53256 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53257 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53258 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53260 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53262 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53282 (F-5G-6-LO)
				53283 (F-5G-6-LO)
44-53328/54707		Lockheed P-38L-5-LO Lightning
				Contract cancelled.
44-54708/56107		Frankfort OQ-3-FR
44-56108/59707		Radioplane OQ-3-RP
44-59708/61507		Cancelled contracts
44-61508/61509		Douglas XB-43
				Pure jet development of XB-42
				61508 was static test airframe for XB-42 and modified as prototype XB-43.  First fligght May 17, 1946.
					Damaged Feb 1, 1951 and retired from flying.  Was used for target practice in the desert.
				61509 used as engine test bed.  Retired late 1953.  Was in storage at Paul Garber Facility, Suitland, MD.  
					Transferred in 2010 to National Museum of USAF for restoration.   Now in Udvar/Hazy Center of NASM, 
					Chantilly, Virginia
44-61510/61609		Boeing B-29A-35-BN Superfortress
				MSN 10987/11086.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				61510 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45,  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					W/o May 11, 1948 in crash 125 mi NW of Dhahran, Saudi Arabia due to engine failure.  9 killed.
				61511 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61512 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61513 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
				61514 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61515 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Transferred to US Navy 27Apr54
				61516 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 5Jun45
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54 
				61517 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45
					Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 14May45
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 26Jun47 due to engine failure landing at Brookley AAF, TX
					W/o Aug 3, 1950 in belly landing at Castle AFB, CA
				61518 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61519 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61520 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54 
				61521 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Convincer’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				61522 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61523 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 328th Army Air Force Base Unit, Gulfport AAF, MS
					Crashed 7 mi S of Wedowee, AL Sep 7, 1945. MACR 15431.  All 10 crew killed, 2 injured on ground.
				61524 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for Guam 2Jun45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Youngstown’
					Named ‘Confederate Soldier’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53 
				61525 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar45.  Named ‘Lady Jayne’ 
					(444th BG, 677th BS) landed at North Field, Iwo Jima May 25, 1945 due to battle damage while returning 
					from mission to Tokyo, Japan.  No crew were injured, but aircraft suffered major battle damage.  
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				61526 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61527 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61528 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar45.  Modified to F-13A.  Salvaged 5Aug48
				61529 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Departed Davis-Monthan AAF, KS 5May45 to Topeka AAF, KS. Departed Topeka AAF, KS 23May45 to Mather AAF, CA. 
					Departed Mather AAF,CA 25May45 to Oahu, HI, Kwajalein and Tinian, arriving 31May45
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian
					Named ‘Virginia Tech'--paid for by War Bonds purchased by Virginia Tech alumni 
					First combat mission 7Jun45.  Returned to CONUS 8Oct45
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA
					W/o Apr 2, 1951 in crash 20 mi ENE of Desert Center, California.  Crew of 14 bailed out.
				61530 MSN 11007.  Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45
					(500th BG, 882nd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Isely Field, Saipan Jun 16, 1945.  All 11 crew survived, 
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				61531 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				61532 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45,  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for Marianas 2Jun45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group,  Named ‘City of Santa Barbara’
					Named ‘Hell’s Belle’.  Returned to CONUS 31Oct45.  Named ‘Salem Witch’.  Reclaimed 12Nov53
				61533 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Named ‘Salem Witch’.  Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 26Aug54 
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61534 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61535 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 30Nov51 due to engine failure near Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Raz’n Hell’.  Reclaimed 27Jun54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA Feb57. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA. 
					Composite aircraft using nose of 44-70064 and wings of 44-84084
					Preserved and on display at Castle Air Museum, CA
				61536 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53 
				61537 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘TDY Widow II’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54 
				61538 Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Kinney Dalle’
					Detached to Task Force 1 at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for Operation Crossroads 1946
					Assigned to 367th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 6Nov49 at MacDill AFB, FL.  Assigned to 365th Bomb Squadron, 305th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 23Jan51 landing at MacDill AFB, FL 
					W/o May 1, 1952 in crash in sea 27 mi WNW of Tarpon, Florida.  7 lost, 7 survived.
				61539 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar45.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group
				61540 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 59th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Salvaged 17Mar47
				61541 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61542 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian.  Salvaged 7Jul48
				61543 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Inchcliffe Castle’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				61544 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 2Dec52 taxying at Goodfellow AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61545 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61546 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45
					Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Dudhkundi, India. Transferred to Tinian
					Named ‘Hun-Da-Gee’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				61547 Delivered to USAAF 7Apr45.  Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46.  Salvaged 27May48
				61548 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian
					Named ‘Mus’n Touch It’.  Returned to CONUS 13Oct45
					Assigned to 20th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Damaged 23Jul48 due to mechanical failure 40 miles E of Wendover, UT
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 9Sep52 due to Structural failure 17 miles SW of Randolph AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61549 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Shasta’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61550 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Big Boots II’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61551 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ace of the Base’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				61552 Delivered to USAAF 7Apr45.  Departed Topeka AAF, KS for Marianas 1Jun45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Renegade’
					Accident 3Oct45 landing at North Field, Guam. Severely damaged by a post crash fire
					Returned to CONUS 28Apr46.  Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				61553 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 12Jun45
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61554 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45
					Crashed 30Aug45. The aircraft departed from Tinian Island to drop Prisoner of War supplies at 
					Fukuoka #12. In dense fog and pouring rain the B-29 attempted to cross the Sobo Mountain Range, 
					but clipped a mountain peak and crashed, bursting into flames. The wreckage of the plane was 
					located on the southern slope of Sobozan on the boundary between Miyazaki and Oita Ken.
					MACR 14898
				61555 (MSN 11032) Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					Named ‘Miss Judy’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
				61556 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Departed CONUS for PTO; arrived Tinian 30May45
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian.  Named ‘USS Comfort’s Revenge’
					Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group. Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					To McClellan AFB, Sacramento for modification to WB-29.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 59th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed 11Jul54
				61557 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 5May49
				61558 (MSN 11035) Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					6th BG, 24th BS, "Jake's Jernt"/"Porcupine") lost on Operation Sunset ferry flight Mar 11, 1946 after
					takeoff from Kwajalein to Oahu leg when suffered runaway prop and engine fire.  Ditched in 20-30 feet 
					waves 30-35 mi from Kwajalein, aircraft broke up and sank.  6 survived, 6 lost.  MACR 15621.
				61559 Delivered to USAAF 7Apr45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF511 Mar 10, 1951.  Assigned to 44 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Returned to USAF Aug 31, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Sep53
				61560 Delivered to USAAF 7Apr45
					To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL. Departed 17May45
					Departed CONUS for Tinian 5Jun45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Sep53
				61561 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group, Clark Field, Philippines
					Accident 3Dec46 landing at Clark Field, Philippines
				61562 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 9Jun45 
					Named ‘Chicago Sal’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Never Hoppen’.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					Accident 16Feb53 landing at Yokota AB, Japan.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 25Aug54
				61563 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Mar53
				61564 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 12Jun45
					Named ‘Sentimental Journey’.  Reclaimed 28Sep54
				61565 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45,  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45
					Named ‘Drunkard – Stagger Inn’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61566 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 9Jun45.  Named ‘Jack’s Hack’
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 9Jul47.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
					To Aberdeen Proving Ground in 1956 for use as target for weapons testing, then to New England Air Museum, 
					Bradley IAP, CT in 1973.  Now under restoration, rear fuselage of 44-61739 used in restoration.
				61567 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				61568 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61569 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45
					(462nd BG, 768th BS) crashed and burned at West Field, Tinian Jul 18, 1945 while on training mission.
					All 15 crew killed, aircraft destroyed by fire.
				61570 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Jun53
				61571 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Assigned to 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry AFB, CO
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61572 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 5Aug48
				61573 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 7Jun45
					Crashed from unknown cause at Miyaura Okayama, Japan Jun 29, 1945 while on mission to Okayama, Japan.  
					MACR 14691.  All 11 crew were killed.
				61574 Delivered to USAAF 17Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 324th Army Air Force Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					W/o Jun 20, 1945 in crash on takeoff 7 mi SE of Tampa, Florida
				61575 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61576 Delivered to USAAF 17Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61577 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 16th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					"Suella J" used during Operation Crossroads as photo aircraft flying out of Kwajalein.
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61578 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Named ‘Sweet’n Lola’
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ.  Accident 18Apr49 at McGuire AFB, NJ
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61579 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61580 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61581 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61582 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 28Jul53
				61583 Delivered to USAAF 17Apr45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 16th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Named ‘Kamra-Kaze’.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54	
				61584 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					Assigned to 215th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pueblo AAF, CO
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF446 Jul 7, 1950.  Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Sep53
				61585 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF506 Jan 19, 1951.  Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Returned to USAF Jan 4, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy 16Aug54
				61586 Delivered to USAAF 15Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				61587  Delivered to USAAF 15Apr45.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian 7Jun45
					Named ‘Yucatan Kids’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61588 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 3510th Combat Crew Training Wing, Randolph AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61589 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61590 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 5May52 landing at Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 24Jan53 in a ground collision at Randolph AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Jul54
				61591 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61592 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 324th Army Air Force Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					Accident 7Jul45 at Chatham AAF, GA [possibly damaged by B-29 44-86272, qv]
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61593 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 2132nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Maxwell AAF, AL
					Accident 26Aug45 due to engine fire at Lowry AAF, CO
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				61594 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				61595 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				61596 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX. Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				61597 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45. Assigned to 310th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Mar54
				61598 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61599 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45
					Assigned to 324th Army Air Force Base Unit, Chatham AAF, GA
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF434 Mar 22, 1950.  Assigned to Washington Conversion Unit, RAF Marham; code FB-K
					To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Island for storage. Scrapped 5Jul56
					To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness May 8, 1957 for use as a target and ordnance testing
					Sold as scrap Aug 8, 1957.
				61600 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Accident 10Dec47 due to mechanical failure taking off at Smoky Hill AFB, KS.  Named ‘Miss Irene’
					Modified to WB-29A.  Assigned to 57th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Hickam AFB, Hawaii
					Named ‘Haulin’ Ass’
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, RAF Burtonwood, England
 					Crashed near Kirby Lonsdale, England Oct 25, 1955. All 11 crew bailed out safely.
				61601 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Salvaged 30May48
				61602 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61603 Reclaimed 5May54
				61604 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61605 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Assigned to 507th Bomb Squadron, 333th Bomb Group
					Accident 3Jul45 on the ground at Alexandria AAF, LA.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Mar54
				61606 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45. Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61607 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 17Aug45 taking off at Pueblo AAF, CO
					Assigned to 72nd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group 
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				61608 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 1Sep54
				61609 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
44-61610/61709		Boeing B-29A-40-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11087/11186.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				61610 Delivered to USAAF 23Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61611 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61612 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61613 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Assigned to 420th Bomb Squadron, 382nd Bomb Group.  Crashed 11Jun45 6 miles W of Rush Springs, OK
				61614 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61615 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61616 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Force landed 14Sep45 due to engine failure at Clovis AAF, NM
				61617 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Pride of Brooklyn: Leo the Lion’
					Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Nipp-On-Nees’
					Crash landed 20Sep50 due to weather at Miho AB, Japan.  Off inventory Oct 26, 1950
				61618 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Rock Island’.  Named ‘Babies Buggy’.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					To reclamation at Hill AFB Nov 17, 1953.
				61619 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 72nd Air Service Center, 6th Bomb Group , Clark Field, Philippines 15Mar47
					Salvaged 17Nov53
				61620 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45.  Assigned to Flexible Gunnery School, 2117th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Buckingham AAF, FL.  Damaged 20Jul45 by friendly fire 25 miles SSW of Fort Myers, FL
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61621 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61622 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61623 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sally Delle’
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				61624 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Mar54
				61625 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61626 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45
					Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB.  Named ‘Janke’s Jinx’
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				61627 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 224th Army Air Force Base Unit, Sioux City AAF, IA
					Damaged 12Jun45 due to mechanical failure 1 mile W of El Dorado, NE
					Accident 21Jun45 landing at Harvard AAF, NB
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61628 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61629 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61630 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61631 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61632 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61633 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 2126th Army Air Force Base Unit, Laredo AAF, TX
					Damaged 21Jun45 due to mechanical failure at Laredo AAF, TX
					Assigned to 367th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 7Dec50 taxying at MacDill AFB, FL.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				61634 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45
					To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS
					Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian.  Named ‘Flak Magnet’
					Returned to CONUS 13Oct45
					Assigned to 1505th Army Air Force Base Unit, Mather AAF, CA 16Oct45. Declared as war weary
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit, Victorville AAF, CA for storage
					To the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker Air Force Base, OK May48
					Assigned to 7th Bomb Group, Carswell AFB, TX
					Assigned to 4002nd Base Services Squadron, Campbell Field, KY May49 for storage
					To Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Robins AFB, GA Feb50 for refit prior to being loaned to the RAF
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF439. May 3, 1950.  Assigned to Washington Conversion Unit, RAF Marham; code FB-P
					To 22 Maintenance Unit for Storage 20Jul51
					Returned to USAF Mar 31, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 
					Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				61635 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 15Sep53
				61636 Delivered to USAAF 3May45
					Assigned to 9th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				61637 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61638 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Bug’s [Ball] Buster’.  Named ‘Going My Way’
					Assigned to 342nd Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 14Sep48 due to mechanical failure at Wilcox bombing range, AZ
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					(19th BW, 30th BS) damaged by NKAF YaK-9 during attack on west railroad bridge seoul, Korea Jul 19, 1950.
					Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				61639 Delivered to USAAF 1May45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Artwork ‘Hellbird’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61640 Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 11Jul45 
					Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Lost Feb 26, 1952, 6 killed.  
				61642 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF493 Dec 6, 1950.  Returned to USAF Oct 20, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan 
					AFB, AZ 22Oct53
				61643 Delivered to USAAF 5May45.  Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, Guam
					Named ‘Yankee Dollar’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61644 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61645 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Mar54
				61646 Delivered to USAAF 3May45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 13Jun45
					Named ‘This Is It!’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61647 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61648 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 15Jun45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 21Apr47 – 12 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX Apr47.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61649 Delivered to USAAF 3May45.  in landing accident Jun 18, 1945.  All crew survived, 
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				61650 Delivered to USAAF 3May45
					To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL. Departed 1Jun45
					Departed CONUS for Tinian 22Jun45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54	
				61651 Delivered to USAAF 3May45.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Named ‘Tagalong’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 3Jan53
				61652 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61653 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Fire Belle’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61654 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 23Sep53
				61655 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Mighty Fine II’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61656 Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45.  Returned to CONUS 14Oct45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Cream of the Crop’
					(19th BW, 30th BS) shot down by MiGs Oct 22, 1951 while on strike mission against Taechon airfield, Korea, 
					crew bailed out, plane crashed into Yellow Sea.  All 12 crew rescued.
				61657 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Cream of the Crop’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					Accident 3Nov53 due to structural failure near Yokota AB, Japan.  Reclaimed 13Sep54
				61658 Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 13Jun45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Barbara Ann’
					Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1May54
				61659 Delivered to USAAF 5May45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 5Jun53
				61660 Delivered to USAAF 5May45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Stormy Petrel’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61661 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, March AFB, CA.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61662 Delivered to USAAF 5May45. Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				61663 Delivered to USAAF 5May45.  Named ‘Fickle Finger of Fate’
					(497th BG, 869th BS) crashed on landing at Kobler Field, Saipan Oct 6, 1945.  MACR 14946. 16 crew and 
					passengers killed, 4 survivors The aircraft was returning to CONUS with passengers going home after the war.
				61664 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Lynn’
					Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				61665 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group. Salvaged 6May49
				61666 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Named ‘Sweet Sixteen’
					(873rd BS, 498th BG) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 while on mission to Osaka 
					Tokyo, Japan. Crew survived.  MACR 14914.  All 11 crew survived and were rescued.  MACR 14914 has the 
					date of loss Being Sep 4, 1945 and crashed 4Sep45 on a POW supply mission to Fukuoka, Japan. 14 crew MIA. 
					Some crew were cremated with assistance from the POW.  Conflict here
				61667 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Mar54
				61668 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Three Feathers III’.  Returned to CONUS – 11 missions
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61669 Delivered to USAAF 5May45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Accident 2Aug45 taxying at North Field, Guam. Assigned to 833rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘4th Marine Division’.  Named in tribute to the 4th Marines for their heroic efforts in liberating 
					the Pacific islands of Iwo Jima, Tinian, Saipan, and Roi Namur, and commemorating 2000 B-29s flying off 
					of Iwo Jima.  Named ‘Three Feathers III’.  Named ‘Flagship 500’ Named when the 500th Bomb Group Commander 
					flew the aircraft back to the USA.
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Kadena AB, Okinawa [1950]
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Modified to TB-29A
					Transferred to US Navy 18Mar56
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake 18Mar56. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; loaned to Yesterday’s Air Force 1974. Flown to Barstow, CA for storage 
					Registered N3299F to ‘USAF Owner’, Long Beach, CA 30Apr76; cancelled 15Aug95
					On loan from the USAF Museum  to the March Field Air Museum, March ARB, CA. 
					Flown from Daggett Field, Barstow, to March AFB in January, 1981 by MARC (Military Aircraft Restoration Corp)
					The March AFB Museum painted it and gave it the name “Mission Inn”.  That was until it was learned that 
					this plane carried the name “Flagship 500”.  It was repainted with the “Flagship 500” markings in 2003. 
					Shortly after, it was learned that this plane has a WWII service record, and the name was “Three Feathers III”.  
					The name was changed one more time! [The aircraft was painted as ‘Mission Inn’ to commemorate a local 
					watering hole for March AFB. The original ‘Mission Inn’ aircraft was 44-27263]
					Used by 22nd BW in Korea, named "Mission Inn". Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA.  
				61670 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Lady Francis’.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61671 (MSN 11148) Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Modified to SB-29
					Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Damaged 13Mar48 in a collision on the ground at Mitchel AAF, NY.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 1957. Used as a target for weapons testing
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to Pease AFB, NH 1979-92 
					On loan to the 509th Bomb Wing, Whiteman AFB, MO 1992.
					Preserved and on display at the Spirit Gate, Whiteman AFB 
					Now on display at Whiteman AFB, Missouri, painted as "The Great Artiste" 44-27353, the plane which 
					flew observation on both atomic bombing missions.
				61672 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed 27Sep54
				61672 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed 27Sep54
				61673 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61674 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 3Jul45
					Named ‘Johnny Rebel’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Mar54
				61675 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61676 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Flint’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Fairchild AFB, WA. TDY to Yokota AB, Japan [1951]
					Named ‘Sad Sac’.  Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					(307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by MiG-15 of the 139th GIAP while attacking Yalu bridges to China Nov 14, 1950.  
					Able to make it to Kimpo but crashed into parked aircraft.  3 crew injured.
				61677 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Southern Belle’
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 27Dec51 at Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Crashed 28Apr55 on a routine low-level training mission when it struck a hill on the south end of 
					Okinawa, three miles from Naha Airport, as it gropes through overcast. The aircraft was destroyed 
					by fire with no survivors from the ten crew members
				61678 Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Maiden’s Prayer’
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					w/o Jun 21, 1951 in crash 5 mi N of Cibolo, Texas.  Crashed after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 
					and fire
				61679 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 7th Ferrying Group, Boeing Field, Seattle, WA
					Accident 13Jun45 due to weather 2 miles S of Jennings, LA.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed 9Jun48
				61680 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Reclaimed 9Jul48
				61681 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Wheelus Field, Libya
					Crashed Jan 15, 1953 near Wheelus AFB, Libya. Salvaged at Wheelus AFB, Libya 19Mar54
				61682 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61683 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61684 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Silver Thunder’
					Returned to CONUS – 13 missions.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
					To Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, CA
					Accident 18Dec51 on the ground at McClellan AFB, CA
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 23Apr52 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa
				61685 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Barbara Ann’.  Returned to CONUS – 13 missions
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61686 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Forever Amber II’.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61687 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Reclaimed 22Sep53
				61688 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS.  Departed CONUS for PTO 15Jul45
					Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Anonymous IV’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam 
					Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AFB, KS 17May48
					Assigned to 4121st Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AFB, TX 19Nov48 for storage
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF498 Dec 8, 1950.  Assigned to 149 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby; code LS-B.  igned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham 
					Returned to USA Jul 22 1953 and sent to 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage.
				61689 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Departed CONUS for PTO 30Jun45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Damaged Aug45 on non-combat mission. Condemned 4Dec45
				61690 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Shirley Ann’
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to England Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed 17Jun53
				61691 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS
					Departed Topeka AAF, KS for PTO 30Jun45.  Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Damaged 6Nov46 in a collision on the ground at Clark Field, Philippines
					Returned to CONUS 10Feb47 – 11 combat missions
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, Sacramento Air Depot (SAD), McClellan AFB, CA 17Feb49
					Transferred to US Army.  Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 21Sep49. Used as a target for weapons testing
				61692 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group. Named ‘Sharon Sue’
					Returned to CONUS – 13 missions.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61693 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Constant Nymph’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing 
					Named ‘Blue Tail Fly’. Named ‘Ze Taint!  Departed CONUS and arrived Kadena AB, Okinawa 9Jul50
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Hit by AAA over Pyongyang, North Korea May 7, 1951.  Damaged 19Oct51 due to mechanical failure 
					landing at Yokota AB, Japan.  Condemned 5May52
				61694 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jul45
					Returned to CONUS 12Oct45 – 5 missions
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Wyton, England Sep51-Dec51
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed 13Sep54
				61695 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 10Jul45
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF496 Dec 6, 1590.  Returned to USAF Mar 22, 1954 and to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Mar54
				61696 Delivered to USAAF 14May45. Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 28May46
				61697 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Named ‘Little Fellow’.  Modified to WB-29A
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61698 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				61699 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sting Shift’
				61700 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Accident 24Feb48 due to mechanical failure landing at Northwest Field, Guam
					Missing in action 20Apr48
				61701 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 3Jun45 
					Assigned to 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61702 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Hero Haters’.  Reclaimed 28Sep54
				61703 Delivered to USAAF 16May45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 4Jul45 
					Named ‘O’Reillys Daughter II’.  Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61704 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61705 Delivered to USAAF 19May45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 
					Accident 14Sep48 due to mechanical failure taking off from North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				61706 Delivered to USAAF 19May45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Accident 14Sep48 due to mechanical failure taking off from North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
					Damaged Aug 31, 1955 in landing at Hickam AB, Hawaii
				61707 
				61708 Delivered to USAAF 16May45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 8Jul45 
					Reclaimed 14Sep54
				61709 Delivered to USAAF 17May45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Salvaged at Marianas Islands, 12Aug45
44-61710/61809		Boeing B-29A-45-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11187/11286.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				61710 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, 1604th Army Air Force Base Unit,
					Kindley Field, Bermuda.  Damaged 29Nov51 due to mechanical failure
					Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Group, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Accident 16Jan52 due to mechanical failure during taxying at Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Accident 23Jul53 landing at Kindley Field, Bermuda.  Reclaimed 30Nov53
				61711 Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group. 
					Reclaimed 22Sep53
				61712 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Crashed Sep 7, 1945 when the takeoff from North Field, Tinian was aborted for an unknown reason; the 
					aircraft was destroyed by fire. Five crew killed, six injured
				61713 Delivered to USAAF 18May45
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					w/o Jul 15, 1948 in crash near Smolan, Kansas due to engine failure.  8 lost, 4 survived.
				61714 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 18Apr46 on the ground at MacDill AAF, FL
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF441 Jun 3, 1950.  To Ministry of Supply Sep 16, 1958
					(believed for Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness, for use as a target and ordnance testing)
				61715 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed 22Sep53
				61716 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Marianas 21Jul45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					W/o Oct 6, 1945, missing over Pacific Ocean.  The aircraft was returning to CONUS with passengers. Some survivors.
				61717 Delivered to USAAF 23May45
					Damaged Aug 24, 1945 in taxiing accident at Saipan.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 321st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
					Accident 6Aug53 due to weather near Kansas City, MO.  Reclaimed 1Mar53
				61718 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61719 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Accident 24Aug45 taxying a Isely Field, Saipan.  Reclaimed 17Jun53
				61720 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed 14Sep54
				61721 Delivered to USAAF 22May45
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Mason’s Honey’
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					W/o Jul 15, 1945 in crash 180 mi NW of St Paul, Minnesota.  Crew bailed out OK.  The aircraft with 11 
					crew members had departed for a 3,000 mile practice flight from ‘Rattler’ Army Air Field in Pyote, Texas 
					to Duluth, Minnesota to Wolf Point, Montana then returning back to Pyote, Texas. Around midnight 
					gas fumes were detected. As the fumes saturated the plane, all of the crew was affected. The 
					Air Commander, fearing an explosion, ordered the men to adjust oxygen masks and prepare for bail out. 
					After making sure that all the crew had left the plane, the commander set the autopilot on 9,000 
					feet and directed it toward Wolf Point, Montana. He then bailed out. The crew were strewn out 
					in a 15-30 mile range; they were all picked up within 18 hours. 
					The Army search for the plane was abandoned on July 18. No one knows what happened to it. There 
					was plenty of fuel on board. It may have hit a mountain in the Rockies or went all the way to the Pacific Ocean.
				61722 Delivered to USAAF 23May45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed 8Sep54
				61723 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 3510th Combat Crew Training Wing, Randolph AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				61724 Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Accident 5Oct45 landing at Pyote AAF, TX.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61725 Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61726 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 1Apr52 on the ground at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				61727 MSN 11204.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘So Tired – Seven to Seven’
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan 
					Accident 4Sep51 due to mechanical failure 5 miles N of Yokota AB, Japan
					Shot down Jul 4, 1952 by a MiG-15 flown by Major Anatoly Karelin, 351 IAP, VVS near Anju, North Korea. 
					Major Anatoly Karelin observed one B-29 in the searchlight beams near Khakusen at an altitude of 7200 meters 
					and attacked it. Orienting on the flaming aircraft, the pilot conducted three more attacks
 					and shot down the B-29. The bomber started to break up midair and fell two kilometers west of Khakusen. 
					Four engines and the burnt fuselage were found at the crash site.
 					Eight crew members of the B-29 were taken prisoner.
				61728 Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Modified to WB-29A.  To RAF as Washington B.1 WF508 Feb 16, 1951.  Assigned to 44 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Returned to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61729 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 241st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61730 Delivered to USAAF 19May45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				61731 Delivered to USAAF 22May45. Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61732 Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Assigned to 3510th Combat Crew Training Wing, Randolph AAF, TX Aug53
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61733 Assigned to 498th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 66th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, Lake Charles AFB, LA
					Accident 18Aug52 landing at Lake Charles AFB, LA
				61734 Delivered to USAAF 21May45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Departed CONUS 11Jul45; arrived PTO. Named ‘Lucky Seven’
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, Sacramento Air Depot (SAD), McClellan AFB, CA
					Modified to WB-29A.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather, Fairfield-Suisun AFB, WA
					Damaged 24Aug48 due to mechanical failure at Fairfield-Suisan AFB, WA
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
				61735 Delivered to USAAF 21May45
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Warner Robins Air Depot (WRAD), Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				61736 Delivered to USAAF 23May45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Sep53
				61737 Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Missing 3Jan45 during mission to Nagoya, Japan
				61738 Delivered to USAAF 22May45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Weather Squadron, Fairfield-Suisun AFB, CA
					Assigned to 513th Reconnaissance Weather Squadron, Tinker AFB, OK
					Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Crashed 27Feb53 after the crew bailed out due to mechanical failure near Tokorozawa, Japan
				61739 (MSN 11216) Delivered to USAAF 24May45
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 1300th Air Base Wing, Great Falls AFB, MT
					Damaged 5Jun53 due to mechanical failure 4 miles S of Blowing Rock, NC.  Reclaimed 31May54
					Transferred to US Army.  Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1960. Used as a target for weapons testing
					Reported 1985 stored at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.  Nose on display at Robins AFB, GA.  Rear fuselage 
					used in restoration of 44-61975 at the New England Air Museum, Bradley, CT
				61740 Delivered to USAAF 23May45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Sep53
				61741 Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Jul53
				61742 Delivered to USAAF 23May45.  Assigned to 3121st Electronics Research Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				61743 Delivered to USAAF 25May45
					Assigned to 342nd Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Damaged 9Apr49 by a bird strike 45 miles NE of El Paso, TX
					Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF448 Jul 17, 1950.  Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953.
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61744 Delivered to USAAF 24May45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				61745 Delivered to USAAF May45.  Assigned to 502nd Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 40th Bomb Group, 58th Bomb Wing 26May45
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Salvaged at Harmon Field, Guam 5Aug48
				61746 Delivered to USAAF 26May45. Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Aug45
					Named ‘Kagu-Tsuchi - Scourge of the Fire God’.  Assigned to 313th Bomb Wing
					Salvaged at Harmon Field, Guam 22Dec48
				61747 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45,  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 4Apr46 taxying at Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Assigned to 31st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan
					Assigned to 375th Bomb Squadron, 308th Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA
					W/o Mar 29, 1953 in engine failure on takeoff at Lajes, Azores.  6 killed, 9 survived.
				61748 (TB-29A) Delivered to USAAF 26May45
					Assigned to 421st Army Air Force Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA May45
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage Nov 1945.   Returned to service Nov 1951.
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 17Oct54 due to weather.  Named ‘It’s Hawg Wild’
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Oct54 for storage.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 4750th Air Defense Wing, Yuma County AFB, AZ Jul55
					Used as a target tug, towing targets for gunnery practice
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake Nov56. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Retired and stored there by 1959.  Acquired by Imperial War Museum, left Tucson, AZ
					Feb 17, 1980 after renovation and arrived at Duxford Mar 2, 1980.
					Now on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK 
					registered as G-BHDK, which was assigned Sep 27, 1979.  G-BHDK was
					cancelled Feb 29, 1984 as withdrawn from use.
				61749 Delivered to USAAF 25May45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Marianas 29Jul45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Southern Comfort’.  Major battle damage Sep 19, 1950.  
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa.
					Force landed 7Nov50 at Itazuke AB, Japan due to an in-flight fire. Two crew members injured
					Salvaged at Itazuki, Japan Dec 13, 1950.
				61750 Delivered to USAAF 26May45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group [sic].  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61751 Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Our Gal’.  Named ‘Lubricating Lady’.  Accident 27Sep52 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					(19th BW, 93rd BS) crashed 9 mi NW of Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Oct 31, 1952.  the plane lost three engines, possibly due to fuel starvation, and was ditched 
					nine miles northwest of Kadena Air Base.  There were only three survivors.
				61752 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61753 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61754 Delivered to USAAF 26May45
					Assigned to 582nd Resupply and Communication Wing, RAF Molesworth, England.  Reclaimed 7Mar54
				61755 Delivered to USAAF 26May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61756 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for Marianas 19Jul45
					Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, Guam
					Named ‘USS Pintado’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Salvaged at Guam 8Jun49
				61757 Delivered to USAAF 28May45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61758 Assigned to 111th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Fairchild AFB, WA
					Crashed 14Aug52 after the crew bailed out due to an engine fire 5 miles E of Ritsville, WA
				61759 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				61760 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 15Jul45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 25Mar47 – 8 combat missions
					Assigned to 4121st Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AFB, TX 28Feb49.  Salvaged at Kelly AFB, TX 25Jul49
				61761 Delivered to USAAF 29May45. Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Jul53
				61762 Delivered to USAAF 28May45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61763 Delivered to USAAF 29May45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Nov53
				61764 Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61765 Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Sep53
				61766 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Sep53
				61767 Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 31Dec50
				61768 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61769 Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 12Feb52 7 miles E of Bruneau, ID
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				61770  Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 2132nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Maxwell AAF, AL
					Accident 14Sep45 due to mechanical failure in flight 20 miles S of Drew Field, Tampa, FL
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61771 Delivered to USAAF 30May45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed 27Jun54
				61772 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61773 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Mar53
				61774 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed 1Oct54
				61775 Delivered to USAAF 31May45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 16Sep48 due to friendly fire at Range 52, Eglin AFB, FL
					W/o Jan 26, 1949 in crash 35 mi S off Canary Isles on flight from Dakar to UK.  15 crew missing.
				61776 Assigned to 677 Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 357th Bomb Squadron, 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Rapid Rabbit’
					Assigned to 368th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 17Jun49 due to mechanical failure 15 miles S of Tampa, FL
					Accident 15Aug49 taxying at MacDill AFB, FL.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					Suffered engine failure on way to target, crew bailed
					out 3 mi N of Kansong, Korea Apr 1, 1952.
				61777 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45.  Surveyed overseas 31Dec45
				61778 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 55th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, Morrison AAF, Fl
					Damaged 7May47 due to structural failure near Morrison AAF, FL.  Reclaimed 1Sep54
				61779 Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45. Assigned to 3171st Electronics Research Group, Rome AFB, NY
					Accident 9Nov49 due to engine failure at Griffiss AFB, NY
					Reclaimed at Griffiss AFB, NY 16Aug54
				61780 Delivered to USAAF 1Jun45
					Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 16Sep48 due to friendly fire at Range 52, Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 582nd Resupply and Communication Wing, RAF Molesworth, England
					Crashed Jun 10, 1955 Crashed into a mountain (Teckberg) near Gelber Fels, Germany after being 
					redirected from Stuttgart-Echterdingen to Fürstenfeldbruck because of fog.  All aboard killed.
				61781 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group. 
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61782 Delivered to USAAF 2Jun45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Little Fellow’.  Returned to CONUS – 9 missions
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Warner Robins Air Depot (WRAD), Robins AAF, GA Jul49
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID Jul52. Deployed to Clark Field
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Molesworth, England
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply Squadron, Yokota AB, Japan 1956. Salvaged Feb57
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Ended up as target at China Lake NTS, CA.  Scrapped after 1968.
				61783 Delivered to USAAF 2Jun45.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				61784 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Holton’s Hellions’.  Named ‘Incendiary Journey’
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61785 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				61786 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45
					To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL. Departed 2Jul45
					Departed CONUS for Tinian 21Jul45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					(58th BW) lost from unknown cause Sept 4, 1945.  MACR 14905.  On 4 September 1945 the aircraft took 
					off from Kwajalein, Marshall Islands, en-route to Mather Field, California for the purpose of 
					transporting organizational supplies. Also on board were 8 AAF crewmen who were going home. The 
					aircraft flew into the ocean after takeoff at night, possibly blinded by lights at end of runway. 
					No more B-29 takeoffs at night after this accident. No survivors from the 16 crew and passengers.
				61787 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Wing
					Lend-lease to Royal Air Force 22Mar50 as WF435
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF435 Mar 22, 1950.  Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham 19Sep51
					To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Ireland for storage 25Mar54. Scrapped 5Jul56
					To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness Aug 8, 1957 for use as a target and ordnance testing
				61788 Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 367th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 7Oct48 at MacDill AFB, FL.  Accident 15Oct48 due to mechanical failure landing at MacDill AFB, FL
					Modified to WB-29.  Salvaged 20Nov51
				61789 (MSN 11266) Delivered to USAAF 6Jun45.  Assigned to 16th Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing 23Mar46
					Z-38 salvaged Aug 31, 1948, at North Field, Guam.   Hulk used as a gunnery school training 
					device at Pati Point, Andersen AFB, Guam
				61790 Delivered to USAAF 4Jun45
					Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Peace On Earth’.  To reclamation Jul 14, 1954 at McClellan AFB
				61791 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Accident 1Nov45 taxying at North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Damaged 20Jan48 by friendly fire due to mechanical failure on the bombing range at Farallon de Medinilla, Guam
				61792 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF436 Mar 22, 1950.  To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Island for storage. 
					Scrapped 5Jul56.  To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness Aug 8, 1957 for use as a target and 
					ordnance testing
				61793 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 59th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Salvaged at Eglin AFB, FL 16Oct46
				61794 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Laredo’.  Salvaged at Kelly AFB, TX 19Apr49
				61795 Delivered to USAAF 5Jun45.  Departed CONUS for Guam 19Jul45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Laredo’.  Named ‘Luella Jean’
					Accident 3Oct45 taxying at North Field, Guam 	[possibly damaged by B-29 44-61552 which crashed on landing]
					Returned to CONUS 26Mar46
				61796 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Modified to RB-29 for weather reconnaissance and air sampling
					Assigned to 59th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather , Merced AAF CA (later renamed Castle AFB)
					Detached to Task Force 1 at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for Operation Crossroads 1946
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61797 Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 25Jul45.  Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Named ‘20th Century Limited’.  Returned to CONUS 10Apr47 – 6 combat missions.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 3417th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 3415th Aircraft Maintenance Group, Lowry AFB, CO 
					W/o Dec 3, 1951 in crash into houses near Lowry AFB, Colorado.  8 killed, 7 survived. The aircraft was 
					trying to reach Lowry Air Force Base in Denver, Colorado, with one engine not working when it crashed 
					into a row of residential homes, killing eight airmen. At least one civilian and five airmen were injured. 
					Five houses were damaged, four of them demolished. 
				61798 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 59th Reconnaissance Squadron
					Salvaged at Eglin AFB, FL 16Sep46
				61799 Delivered to USAAF 11Jun45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				61800 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS
					Departed Topeka AAF, KS for PTO 25Jul45.  Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Guam Feb46.  Assigned to Clark Field, Philippines Mar46
					Returned to CONUS 21Apr46 – 2 combat missions
					Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT 30Apr46 to 11Feb47
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA 21Jul47 21Aug47.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to B Flight, 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, Fairfield AFB, CA 8Dec47 to 1Nov48
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AFB, TX 7Nov48 to 7Jan52
					Assigned to Marietta, GA 7Jan52 to 17Sep52
					Assigned to Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Sidi Slimane, French Morocco 1953
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Sep53 for storage
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 3Sep53
				61801 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					W/o Jul 30, 1946 Pacific.  Crew bailed out.
				61802 (Delivered to USAAF 7Jun45.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					On 10 January 1953 the aircraft was on a bombing mission over the Anju Marshaling Yard when it was 
					hit by enemy fire from MIG-15s immediately prior to bombs away. Immediately following bombs away 
					and while still under attack, the aircraft started losing altitude. After crossing the river Chinnampo, 
					the aircraft commander reported number three engine on fire. Twelve of thirteen members of the crew 
					bailed out. The burning B-29 flew toward friendly lines while USAF Fighter Jets followed it, however, 
					the B-29 continued to descend until it hit the side of a mountain and exploded.
				61803 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘The Rocket’.  Named ‘Rattle N’Roll’.  Salvaged at Kelly AFB, TX 30Jun49
					61804 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				61805 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Jul53
				61806 To GIA 19Feb48
				61807 Delivered to USAAF 9Jun45.  Assigned to 792nd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 4Aug45
					Assigned to 4th Weather Squadron, 315th Bomb Wing 21Sep45
					Assigned to 501st Bomb Group 23Mar46.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Nov53
				61808 Delivered to USAAF 12Jun45.  Modified to WB-29A.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				61809 Delivered to USAAF 8Jun45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Sic Em!’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep53
44-61810/61909		Boeing B-29A-50-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11287/11386.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				61810 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Ichiban’	Japanese word meaning “Number One”
					Missing over Sea of Japan Jun 13, 1952.  12 crew MIA.  Rumors that the plane had been shot
					down by Soviet fighters and that the crew had been captured.  The official records state that the aircraft 
					was on a classified surveillance mission of shipping activity over the Sea of Japan. The plane was followed 
					by radar over the course of the flight until 1320 hours at which time the radar contact was lost. 
					The aircraft failed to return to Yokota Air Base and although several attempts were made to establish 
					radio contact, no communications from the crew were received. 
					On June 14 1952, during the search, an empty six-man life raft was sighted, right side up, at a point 
					about 100 miles off the Russian coast, but search planes were unable to salvage the raft due to 
					prevailing conditions. The search continued until June 17, 1952 but no wreckage was found and no 
					survivors were sighted. 
					Documents released by the Russians to the Department of State included a copy of a June 13, 1952 top 
					secret memo to Joseph Stalin reporting that an American B-29 bomber was shot down in flames at 5:35 PM, 
					18 miles from the Russian shoreline.
				61811 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61812 Delivered to USAAF 13Jun45.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jul45
					Named ‘Genie II’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Sep53
				61813 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Pacific Princess’
					Assigned to 31st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Named ‘Overexposed’.  (RB-29A, 31st SRS) damaged by MiGs and crashlanded at Johnson AB,
					Japan Nov 9, 1950.  The aircraft had been taking reconnaissance photos over the Yalu River at the 
					China/Korean border.  The plane was attacked by Russian MiG-15s and was severely damaged.  
					Two of the engines on the left side had been shot up and were no longer operating.  The crew 
					managed to creep home to Johnson AFB.  Upon their final approach for a crash landing the nose 
					of the aircraft suddenly dove into the ground.  Upon crashing, the plane split in half and the 
					wings crashed over the front section killing all but one occupant of the cockpit.  Interestingly, 
					the lone survivor from the cockpit was Harry Lavene who had been the tail gunner.  While being 
					attacked, military records show that he was the first enlisted man to shoot down a MiG-15 from a B-29. 
				61814 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Force landed 11Jul54 due to engine failure at Randolph AFB, TX.  Salvaged at Randolph AFB, TX 1Sep54
				61815 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 331st Bomb Group, 315th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Moonshine Raiders’.  Named ‘Gay Times’
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Diajobu’
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Beat Up Bastard’
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan 
					Named ‘Moon’s Moonbeam’.  Named ‘Sunbonnet King’.  Accident 25Mar52 taxying at Yokota AB, Japan
					Shot down by two Soviet LA-11 Oct 7, 1952 near Yuri Islands, Kuriles, USSR.  Eight crewmembers killed.
				61816 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 4th Ferrying Group, Nashville AAF, TN
					Accident 11Jul45 taxying at Tinker AAF, OK.  Departed CONUS and arrived Tinian 5Aug45
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 5Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sit’n Git’
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					(307th BW, 371st BS) hit by gunfire from MiG-15 over Namsi Airfield, North Korea Oct 23, 1951.  Able to land 
					back at Kadena AB, All crew survived.  Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Mid air collision 19Dec55 6 miles N of Port Saint Joe, FL
				61817 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 9th Reconnaissance Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Yokota AB, Japan
					Damaged 28Feb47 due to mechanical failure near Yokota AB, Japan
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Named ‘Ah Sooooooo’
					Assigned to 31st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Named ‘Shutterbug’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61818 Delivered to USAAF 16Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 9th Reconnaissance Squadron, 71st Reconnaissance Group
					Accident 25Apr47 landing at Yokota AB, Japan.  Assigned to 31st Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan 
					Named ‘Boomerang’.  Accident 15Oct51 taxying at Misawa AB, Japan
					Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 26Aug54
				61819 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Reclaimed at Eglin AFB, FL 3Dec55
				61820 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Mar53
				61821 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Joy-Ous Venture’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61822 Delivered to USAAF 14Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group. Named ‘The Belle of Bikini’
					Named ‘Destination Known’.  Named ‘Heavenly Laden’
					Assigned to 16th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Reconnaissance Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 3Mar48 landing at Spokane AFB, WA.  Crashed 19Aug54 south of Yokota AB, Japan
				61823 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL. Departed 12Jul45
					To the Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AAF, OK. Departed 14Jul45. Departed CONUS for Tinian 26Jul45
					Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Daddy Come Home’.  Assigned to 6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach AAF, CA
					W/o Oct 11, 1945 in crash landing at Cheyenne Municipal Airport Wyoming due to mechanical failure.
				61824 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					(307th BW, 370th BS) hit by gunfire from MiG-15 over Namsi airfield, North Korea Oct 23, 1951.  Able to 
					fly back to Kadena AB, Okinawa.  All crew survived, but aircraft was DBR.  
					Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				61825 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Great Falls AFB, MT
					Assigned to 582nd Resupply and Communication Wing, RAF Molesworth, England
					Damaged 18Nov53 by a bird strike near Great Falls AFB, MT.  Reclaimed at Tinker AAF, OK 20Jul54
				61826 
				61827 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61828 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				61829 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				61830 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Myasis Dragon’.  Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Every Man A Tiger’.  Accident 26Feb48 due to engine failure at Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					(98th BW) damaged by MiGs while attacking bridge at Kogungong-dong, Korea Mar 1, 1951.  
					It was badly damaged but was repaired and was in the formation when MiG-15s attacked again on April 12, 1951 
					during the Yalu River Bridge mission.  Transferred to 19th BW, to reclamation
					Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				61831 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				61832 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 24th Bomb Group.  Salvaged at Harmon Field, Guam 5Aug48
				61833 Delivered to USAAF 16Jun45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Jul53
				61834 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan.  Named ‘Slow Freight IV’
					Named ‘Lady Be Good’.  To GIA 17Jun54
				61835 Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Dragon Lady’.  Damaged by MiGs, landed at Suwon in Korea Apr 12, 1951.  During the Yalu Railroad 
					Bridge mission 12Apr51, the aircraft took a hit on the left side of the cockpit, killing the pilot 
					and bombardier.  The co-pilot continued to fly the plane, continuing on to drop its bombs on target.  
					He then flew the plane back to Suwon.  One injured and two fatalities.
					On 31Oct51 the aircraft exploded shortly after take-off, 40 miles north of Kadena, when its #3 engine 
					caught fire and a wing blew off.  All but two crew members perished in the crash.
				61836 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed 16Mar54
				61837 Delivered to USAAF 16Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61838 Delivered to USAAF 16Jun45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 2Jun53
				61839 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61840 Delivered to USAAF 15Jun45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 28Jul45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS 24Mar47 – 2 combat missions
					Assigned to 4121st Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AFB, TX 21Dec48
					Salvaged at Kelly AFB, TX 6May49
				61841 Delivered to USAAF 16Jun45
					Assigned to Flexible Gunnery School, 2117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Buckingham AAF, FL
					Damaged 18Jul45 in a landing accident caused by friendly fire 25 miles SSW of Fort Myers, FL
					Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 27Aug54 due to mechanical failure near Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Nov53
				61842 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Salvaged at Kelly AFB, TX 30Jun49
				61843 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 71st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron.  Named ‘Margie’s Mad Greek III’
					Assigned to 367th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 7Nov49 at MacDill AFB, FL.  Reclaimed 26Aug54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake Jun 1, 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61844 Delivered to USAAF 16Jun45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61845 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Pacific Princess’
					Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed 13Jul53
				61846 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61847 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Surveyed 13Jul50
				61848 Delivered to USAAF 18Jun45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Aug45
					Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Crashed 4Mar49 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 10 miles E of Colorado Springs, CO
				61849 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Damaged 13Oct45 when hit by a P-47 at Bole Field, Okinawa
					Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT
					Reclaimed at Hill AAF, UT 10Feb48
				61850 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Assigned to 3510th Combat Crew Training Wing, Randolph AAF, TX
					Reclaimed 8Oct53
				61851 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group.  Named ‘La Boheme’
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Nov53
				61852 Delivered to USAAF 19Jun45.  Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Clark Field, Philippines 30Nov53.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA Jun 1, 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61853 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Mar54
				61854 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 31st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Named ‘Butterfly Baby’
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan 
					Accident 29Oct50 due to mechanical failure taking off at Johnson AB, Japan
					Accident 19Apr51 due to mechanical failure 30 miles NW of Shishizu, Japan
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61855 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 5th Reconnaissance Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Yokota AB, Japan
					Damaged 28Feb47 in a ground collision at Clark Field, Philippines
					Assigned to 31st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Group
				61856 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Sep54
				61857 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61858 Delivered to USAAF 20Jun45.  Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS.  
					W/o Aug 24 1946 in crash on takeoff at McChord AB, WA
				61859 Delivered to USAAF 21Jun45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61860 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 7th Refueling Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Accident 18Jun50 due to mechanical failure landing at Ladd AFB, AK
					Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 18May53
				61861 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 4Jul45
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Accident 18Apr46 due to mechanical failure landing at Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				61862 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 9th Reconnaissance Squadron, 3rd Bomb Group, Yokota AB, Japan
 					W/o Jun 18, 1947 in belly landing at Showa, Japan
				61863 (MSN 11340) Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 24Aug46 landing at Paine AAF, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 31Mar49
					Transferred to US Army.  Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. Used as a target for weapons testing
					Noted in 1974 as a target aircraft in US Army Proving Ground, Aberdeen, Maryland.
				61684 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Mar53
				61685 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun54
				61866 Delivered to USAAF 22Jun45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 17Nov53
				61867 Assigned to 135th Bomb Squadron, 106th Bomb Group, New York Air National Guard, March AFB, CA
					Crashed on training flight near March AFB 2/5/1952.  3 killed.  The aircraft approached March AFB, CA 
					during a two engine out simulation when it crashed several miles short of the runway
				61868 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Aug53
				61869 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Jan53
				61870 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Mar54
				61871 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 17Mar53 due to a collision taxying at Randolph AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61872 Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL.  Named ‘Ace in The Hole’.  Named ‘SAC’s Appeal’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota, Japan
					Converted to WB-29, named "Screem'n Meemi" and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea at Kindley AFB,
					Bermuda in 1949.  (98th BW) damaged by AAA during raid on Sinanju, crashlanded at
					K-14, Korea Apr 22, 1952.  Accident 29Oct53 landing at Yokota AB, Japan
				61873 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 12Feb52 7 miles E of Bruneau, ID
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply Squadron, 581st Air Resupply and Communications Group, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 27Feb52 taking off from Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed 5Jan54
				61874 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Slick Chick’.  Forced landing at Kimpo AB, Seoul 1952
					Accident 8Apr54 due to structural failure 3 miles W of Tokyo range, Japan
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Oct53
				61875 Delivered to USAAF 23Jun45
					Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 5Oct46 landing at Las Vegas AAF, NV
					Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Jul53
				61876 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, Sacramento Air Depot (SAD), McClellan AFB, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61877 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Jan53
				61878 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 24May52 when the aircraft ground looped during takeoff at Yokota AB, Japan.  Reclaimed 22Jul53
				61879 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Sep53
				61880 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61881 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep53
				61882 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 19Aug54
				61883 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					to RAF as B.1 Washington WF443 Jun 12, 1950.  Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham; code KO-D
					Returned to USAF Jul 22, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				61884 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45. Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Lost 13Jun52. Reclaimed 20Jun54
				61885 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45. Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Salvaged at Yokota AB, Japan 1Sep54
				61886 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Wing. Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Nov53
				61887 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45
					Assigned to 359th Bomb Squadron, 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 23Jul52 taxying at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Mar53
				61888 Delivered to USAAF 25Jun45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Accident 19Jan48 taxying at Clinton County AAF, OH
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed 9Mar54
				61889 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 429th Air Refueling Squadron
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF499 Dec 11, 1950.  Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy 18Aug54
				61890 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45
					(301st BW, 32nd BS) crashed in field 2 mi S of Peterson Field, CO Oct 8, 1948 while
					attempting to land and overshot the runway.  All 12 onboard survived,
					with pilot suffering slight injuries.  Salvaged at Peterson AFB, CO 6Dec48
				61891 converted to RB-29 for weather recon, named "La Boheme" and assigned to 59th Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather 
					at Merced AAF, CA (later renamed Castle AFB).  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 373rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61892 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 4Sep46 due to mechanical failure landing at Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61893 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed 1Sep54
				61894 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Damaged 30Jul45 in a collision on the ground at Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Accident 26Mar47 due to mechanical failure landing at Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF502. Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham; code WP-O
 					Crashed at Llanarmon, Wales, UK Jan 8, 1953 during night exercise.  All ten crew killed.
				61895 Delivered to USAAF 26Jun45.  Assigned to 427th Army Air Force Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
					Assigned to Headquarters Squadron, 2918th AMG, Kelly AFB, TX
					Damaged 6Nov50 due to mechanical failure 25 miles NW of San Antonio
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF492 Dec 6, 1950.  Returned to USAF Aug 11, 1953.  Reclaimed at 
					Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61896 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				61897 Delivered to USAAF 27Jun45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					Assigned to 16th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
					Accident 9Nov49 due to mechanical failure 30 miles SW of Denver, CO
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
				61898 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Wing.  Salvaged 14Jul54
				61899 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				61900 Delivered to USAAF 28Jun45.  Assigned to 300th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
					Transferred to US Navy. Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61901 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 353rd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Accident 14Apr48 taxying at Goose Bay, Newfoundland
					Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed 19Mar54
				61902 Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS 
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Apache’	was going to be ‘Clusterphobia’ depicting four buxom SYTs prominently displaying 
					their Air Medals. Alas, the lasses fell victim to Lemon Drop Kid, which took priority--and the artist’s 
					free time.
					(19th BG, 28th BS) hit by AAA and MiG-15 gunfire over railway bridge at Kwakson, North Korea Jun 10, 1952.
					Able to make it to (K-14) Kimpo air base in South Korea.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan Jun52
					ed 13Jun52 15 miles E of Lae Atoll, Pacific Ocean [presumably being returned to the US for repair or salvage]
				61903 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Nov53
				61904 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 22Jul54
				61905 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lovely Lois’
					Reclaimed 9May54
				61906 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61907 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45. Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather.
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 27Mar54
				61908 Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Collided in midair with B-29 44-86392 (307th BW, 371st BS) 5 mi off Bolo Point, Okinawa Feb 1, 1952.  All crew
					on 61908 killed, but 86392 landed safely at Kadena	
				61909 Delivered to USAAF 29Jun45.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Accident 13Jun49 taxying at Walker AFB, NM.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
44-61910/62009		Boeing B-29A-55-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11387/11486.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				61910 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 2759th Air Force Base Unit, Edwards AFB, CA
					Assigned to Northrop Corporation, Hawthorne, CA
					Accident 2Dec49 due to mechanical failure during takeoff at Edwards AFB, CA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 15Jul54
				61911 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45. Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61912 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Wing.  Surveyed 22Jul52
				61913 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				61914 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Jan53
				61915 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Jan53
				61916 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45.  Assigned to 1103rd Army Air Field Base Unit, Morrison AAF, FL
					Damaged 18Apr47 in a collision on the ground at Morrison AAF, FL
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61917 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 6Jan53
				61918 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61919 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				61920 Delivered to USAAF 30Jun45
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Crashed 24Aug53 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 15 miles WNW of Yokota AB, Japan
				61921 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61922 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 575th Army Air Force Base Unit, Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA
					Accident 29Aug45 at Greater Pittsburgh Airport, PA
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 11th Radar Calibration Squadron (Air Defense Command), Hamilton AFB, CA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61923 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Hoxie’s Hoax’
					Bombs prematurely exploded at Oki-Gunto, and crashed
					near Dogo Island, Japan Jul 13, 1950.  Six crew members of this aircraft were fatalities as 
					the result of an explosion onboard at Oki-Gunto and crashed near Dogo Island, Japan. The aircraft 
					was lead aircraft in the attacking squadron. At some point over the Japan Sea (on the way to the 
					bombing run) the aircraft lost an engine, dropped out of the formation and began a return to its base. 
					In order to maintain altitude, the bomb load was salvoed over the sea. One 500 lb bomb hung up in the racks. 
					While attempting to release the bomb, it detonated either within the bomb bay or immediately beneath the 
					belly of the plane. The five who survived salvaged a raft (no one knows how it got out of the plane, 
					since it required a human effort to do so) and spent 36-48 hours at sea before a Japanese fishing 
					vessel picked them up near Dojo Island.
				61924 to F-13A.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Surveyed 2Jun52
				61925 Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AAF, WA 4Sep45
					Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘The Red Eraser’
					Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					(92nd BG, 327th BS, "Chief Spokane") transferred to 98th BG.  W/o Jan 30, 1952 in engine fire and
					crash landed at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  One lost, 12 survived.
				61926 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61927 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				61928 Delivered to USAAF 2Jul45
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged 23Feb54 due to structural failure at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Oct54
				61929 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan 
					Named ‘Honeybucket Honshos’.  Accident 23Feb53 taking off at Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 31Mar54 landing at Yokota AB, Japan.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 5Oct54
				61930 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK.  Salvaged at Tinker AFB, OK 27May48
				61931 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Assigned to 319th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
					Accident 25May53 due to structural failure near Tulis, TX.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61932 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Our Gal’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Our Girl’
					(98th BW, 343rd BS) damaged by MiGs over North Korea Oct 24, 1951 and crew bailed out over Wonsan 
					Harbor near Tri-yom-do. All but two were rescued.
				61933 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 103rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 111th Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Pennsylvania 
					Air National Guard, Fairchild AFB, CA
					W/o Nov 27, 1951 in crash 3 mi WNW of Winchester, CA.  Crew OK
				61934 Delivered to USAAF 3Jul45.  Modified to F-13A
					Assigned to 23rd Reconnaissance Squadron, 5th Reconnaissance Group, Fairfield-Suisun AFB, CA 
					Accident 30Dec49 taxying at Westover AFB, MA
					To Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAMA), McClellan AFB, CA
					Accident 9Jan52 in front of hangar 5 at McClellan AFB, CA
				61935 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61936 Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Reclaimed 13Sep54
				61937 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW346 Jul 20, 1951.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Assigned to 192 Squadron, Central Signals Establishment, RAF Watton Apr53 for crew training 
					To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Island for storage. Scrapped 17Apr58
					To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness as parts Sep 16, 1958 for use as a target and 
					ordnance testing.
				61938 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Assigned to 492nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Accident 4May47 at Barksdale AAF, LA.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF504 Jan 15, 1951.  Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Returned to USAF Aug 11, 1953
				61939 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Assigned to 55th Reconnaissance Wing
					Assigned to 129th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 111th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Pennsylvania 
					Air National Guard, Fairchild AFB, WA
					Crashed 18Jan52 landing at Ellington AFB, TX. Surveyed 5May52
				61940 Assigned to 97th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Miss North Carolina’
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Damaged 27Oct48 in a ground collision with B-29 44-86422 at RAF Waddington, UK
					Damaged by MiGs and crashed in Yellow Sea Oct 23, 1951.crew had to bail out in the Yellow Sea.  
					Of the crew of 13, one was picked up after landing in the Yellow Sea by an Australian destroyer; 
					one man's body was found the next day washed ashore.  Five of the men were taken prisoners of war 
					and returned in 1953.  The remaining men were not heard from again.
				61941 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 1May52 due to structural failure at Randolph AFB, TX.  Salvaged at Randolph AFB, TX 7Apr53
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61942 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				61943 Delivered to USAAF 5Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61944 Delivered to USAAF 7Jul45.  Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep53
				61945 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A.  Damaged 24Aug45 on the ground at Tinker AAF, OK
					Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing
					Assigned to 322nd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Damaged 7Oct50 by fire on the ground at Barksdale AFB, LA.  Surveyed 12Apr51
				61946 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK.  Surveyed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				61947 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45. Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61948 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Sheer Madness’
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Named ‘The Gypsy’
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				61949 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, Sacramento Air Depot (SAD), McClellan AFB, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 25Mar53
				61950 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, March AFB, CA.  Reclaimed 14Jul54
				61951 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Yokota AB, Japan 
					Named ‘Our L’Lass’
					Accident 11Mar53 due to structural failure 20 miles S of Oshima Island, Japan
					Accident 14Dec53 on the ground at Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 10Jul54 due to structural failure 7 miles SE of Yokota AB, Japan
					To reclamation Aug 26, 1954.
				61952 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WW345 Jul 20, 1951.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Feb 27, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				61953 Delivered to USAAF 6Jul45
					Assigned to 340th Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Accident 3Sep46 taxying at Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				61954 Delivered to USAAF 7Jul45
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Wyton, England Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61955 Delivered to USAAF 7Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61956 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45. Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61957 Delivered to USAAF 7Jul45.  Assigned to 342nd Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Damaged 4Mar49 in a collision on the ground at Biggs AFB, TX
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
				61958 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				61959 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘BUB’	‘Beat Up Bastard’.  First B-29 to complete 100 missions
					Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 9Nov53
				61960 Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL.  Named ‘Mary Lou’
					Assigned to 16th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ
					Accident 23Jan49 landing at McGuire AFB, NJ
					Assigned to 323rd Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ
					Accident 15Aug49 due to engine failure taking off at McGuire AFB, NJ.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61961 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61962 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group
					W/o Apr 7, 1950 in crash 6 mi WSW of Kelly AFB, Texas
				61963 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW354 Aug 25, 1951.  o Vickers-Armstrong for modification Oct52.  Later to RAAF.  
					Allocated RAAF serial A76-2 but NTU and remained WW354.  Assigned to Aircraft Research and Development 
					Unit (ARDU) Trials Flight, RAAF Base Edinburgh, Adelaide, Australia 12Dec52
					Used for manufacturers trials at Woomera on behalf of the UK Ministry of Supply
					Displayed at the Malaya air show 1956.  Struck off RAF charge Sep 5, 1956.  . Sold for scrap 18Jan57. 
					Scrapped at RAAF Edinburgh Oct57
				61964  Delivered to USAAF 9Jul45.  Modified to WB-29A.  Assigned to 54 Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 24May54
				61965 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jul53
				61966 Delivered to USAAF 10Jul45.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Raiden Maiden’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				61967 Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Miss Jackie The Rebel’
					(19th BW, 30th BS) The aircraft was shot down by Soviet pilot Studilin on June 10, 1952 in the region 
					of Sensen-Tetsyuzan (near the railroad bridge at Kwakson, North Korea).  The Soviet aircraft 
					attacked "Miss Jackie" four times.  The first attack was unsuccessful due to distance.  On the second 
					attack the engine on the left wing caught fire.  After the fourth attack an engine on the right 
					wing caught fire.  "Miss Jackie" exploded and crashed 15-20 kilometers southeast of the Tetsyuzan 
					peninsula into the sea.   All crew members were missing in action
				61968 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW349 Jul 26, 1951.  Assigned to Scottish Aviation for testing
					Assigned to Vickers Armstrong for missile trials.
					Allotted for transfer to RAAF for operation by the Aircraft Research 
					and Development Unit (ARDU) Trials Flight, RAAF Base Edinburgh, Adelaide, Australia.
					Allocated RAAF serial A76-3; ntu.  Hit while parked at Wisley,
					by Valiant WB215, second prototype, Jul 29, 1955.  SOC same day
				61969 Assigned to 498th Bomb Group
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF560 Jun 4, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham.  Assigned to 44 Squadron, 
					RAF Coningsby.  Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Jan 19, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61970 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				61971 Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Assigned to 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing
					Reclaimed 23Jun53
				61972 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group
					Modified to TB-29B for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker Air Force Base, OK
					Assigned to 4th Radar Calibration Squadron (ADC), Hamilton AFB, CA, February 1953.
					Damaged 17Mar54 in a collision with TB-29 44-84076 on the ground at Hamilton AFB, CA
					Reclaimed at Hamilton AFB, CA 14Sep54
				61973 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed 14Jun54
				61974	Delivered to USAAF 11Jul45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Accident 4Feb52 taxying at Robins AFB, GA.  Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
 					Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952. Named ‘Ramp Vamp’
				61975 Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, 582nd Air Resupply and Communication Wing, Great Falls AFB, MT
					Mid air collision 21Aug53 7 miles WSW of Blairsville, GA.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1960-1973. Used as a target for weapons testing
					Reported 1974 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
					Moved 1976 to Bradley Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.   Damaged
					by tornado Oct 3, 1979 but repaired. Rear fuselage used from 44-61739
 					Since 1987 with New England Air Museum, Bradley Airport, CT.
				61976 Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Squadron, 90th Bomb Group, Forbes AFB, KS
					Accident 15Aug51 due to friendly fire S of Wendover, UT
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61977 Delivered to USAAF 12Jul45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				61978 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF558 Jun 4, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Coningsby.  Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy 22Aug54
				61979 Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61980 Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 30Sep53
				61981 Delivered to USAAF 13Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Named ‘Cheechako’.  Reclaimed 4Oct54
				61982 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 485th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
					Accident 24Oct45 taxying at Kearney AAF, NB
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF501 Dec 13, 1950. Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham; code N
 					Returned to USAF Aug 11, 1953.  Reclaimed 14Jul54
				61983 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW347 Oct 14, 1952.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Mar 16, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61984 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Assigned to 319th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
					Accident 11Feb53 landing at Forbes AFB, KS.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep53
				61985 Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Assigned to 7th Radar Calibration Squadron, Hill AFB, UT
					Accident 9May50 taxying at Langley AFB, VA.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61986 Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group
				61987 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Reclaimed 31Jul53
				61988 Assigned to 367th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 24Jan49 at MacDill AFB, FL.  Accident 15Aug49 taxying at MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 68th Air Refueling Wing, Lake Charles AFB, LA
					Crashed 30Jun52 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure and fire 12 miles SE of Higgins, TX
				61989 Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 16th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61990 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Wing.  Named ‘Quantrell’s Raiders’
					To McClellan AFB, CA Apr53. Reclaimed 28Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake Aug55. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				61991 MSN 11468.  Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 40th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Angelic Pig’.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				61992 Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Wing
					To McClellan AFB, CA Apr53. Reclaimed 28Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake Aug55. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
				61993 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				61994 Delivered to USAAF 16Jul45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Wing.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 11Jun54 due to weather 50 miles NW of Minneapolis, MI
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Sep54
				61995 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				61996 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Wing
					To McClellan AFB Jun 1954, off inventory as surplus.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				61997 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Reclaimed 8Sep53
				61998 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				61999 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Composite Group.  Named ‘Kamode Head’.  Named ‘Over Exposed’
					On July 1st 1946, B29 Superfortress "Dave's Dream" [44-27354], accompanied by "Over Exposed", took off 
					from Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands to take part in Operation Crossroads - the Atomic Bomb tests 
					at Bikini Atoll. The B29 was to drop an atomic bomb which was to explode over Bikini Atoll Lagoon and 
					it was the job of "Over Exposed" and its 25 cameras to photograph 'Dave's Dream' and the bomb leaving 
					the aircraft. It then dived 1000ft and was seven miles away when the bomb exploded. On July 25th "Over Exposed" 
					was used to photograph the results of an underwater bomb test and at the end of the tests was sent back 
					to Wright field, with the other 7 F-13s involved, where the extra cameras were removed and then sent 
					to Roswell Field for contamination checks. They then returned to their squadrons.
					Assigned to 16th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ
					With 16th PRS, 91st RG) crashed at Higher Shelf Stones near Glossop, England Nov 3, 1948 while flying from RAF
					Scampton near Lincoln to RAF Burtonwood near Warrington.  All 13 onboard killed.  The flight was carrying 
					the payroll for the American airbase at Burtonwood and sacks of mail to be sent back to the United States. 
					It is believed that the pilot must have descended out of the overcast sky to establish his current 
					position and impacted with the ground just below Higher Shelf Stones, about 2000 feet above sea level.
					Major components reported moved around 1963 to Proof & Experimental Establishment, Foulness, England
				62000 Delivered to USAAF 17Jul45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 16th Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ
					Accident 4Feb49 landing at Tinker AFB, OK.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				62001 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF505 Jan 18, 1951. Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
 					Returned to USAF Nov 3, 1953.  Reclaimed 8Sep54
				62002 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62003 Delivered to USAAF 28Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF509 Feb 16, 1951.  Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Assigned to 44 Squadron, RAF Coningsby; code D
					Returned to USAF Jan 22, 1954.  Reclaimed 8Aug54
				62004 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45
					Assigned to 3705th Army Air Force Base Unit (Technical School), 3415th Technical Training Wing, Lowry Field, CO
					Reclaimed 31Aug53
				62005 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 64th Army Air Force Base Unit, Andrews AAF, MD
					Accident 8Sep46 taxying at Andrews AAF, MD
					Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF510 Mar 1, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953. Reclaimed 8Sep54
				62006 to RAF as Washington WF563 Jun 13, 1951.  Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington, later RA Coningsby
					Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham.  Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954.  Transferred to US Navy 17May54
					Scrapped at MASDC Nov 1954.
				62007 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62008 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 23rd Bomb Squadron, 5th Bomb Wing, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Accident 27Aug53 due to mechanical failure between Japan and Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62009 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 66th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, Lake Charles AFB, LA
					Accident 26Sep51 taxying at Lake Charles AFB, LA
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 for storage
44-62010/62109		Boeing B-29A-60-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11487/11586.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				62010 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45
					Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA, named "Lucky Strike II"
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62011 Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Shot down 25 mi N. of Pyongyang, North Korea Dec 30, 1952 during a mission to bomb the Choak-Tong ore 
					processing center in North Korea by a MiG-15 flown by Major Anatoly Karelin, 351 IAP, VVS. 6 KIA, 
					6 bailed out and became POW.
				62012 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF497 Dec 8, 1950. Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
 					Returned to USAF Nov 3, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62013 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF549 Apr 16, 1951.  Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington
					Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham; code M
					Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham; code EM-M
					Returned to USAF Jan 19, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62014 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF559 Jun 4, 1951.  Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham.  Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF, departing RAF Marham Jan 5, 1954, arriving Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 24Feb54.  
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Aug54
				62015  Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62016 Delivered to USAAF 18Jul45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF512 Mar 19, 1951. Assigned to 44 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
 					Returned to USAF Aug 18, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62017 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				62018 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Jul53
				62019 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Mar54
				62020 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Reclaimed at Griffiss AFB, NY
				62021 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Mar54
				62022 (MSN 11499) Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Named ‘Old Double Deuce’
					Accident 31Jan50 taxying at Fairfield-Suisun AFB, CA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 7Dec53.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA.  
					Parts used to reconstruct ‘Peachy’ [42-63508] at the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum, Pueblo, CO.
				62023 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				62024 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 27May51 due to weather landing at Offutt AFB, NB
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10Dec53
				62025 Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Jita’[“jab in the ass”]
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Lost over Korea Apr51
				62026 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 25May54 for storage
				62027 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45
					Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Modified with R-3350-CA-2 fuel injected engines and revised nacelles.  Designated YB-29J
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 21Oct54
				62028 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
				62029 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 19Jul53 for storage
				62030 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF573 Jun 29, 1951.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Jan 15, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62031 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF553.  Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington, later at RAF Coningsby
					Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Flew into ground at Horncastle, England in bad weather while on approach to RAF Coningsby Jan 5, 1953. 
					Wreckage scrapped at 58 Maintenance Unit, Sutton Bridge
				62032 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF550 Apr 17, 1951. Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington, later RA Coningsby
					Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62033 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Jan53 for storage
				62034  Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Assigned to 7th Ferrying Group, Boeing Field, Seattle, WA
					Accident 24Aug45 taxying at Tinker AAF, OK.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Named ‘Paddy Daddy’
					Reclaimed at Yokota AFB, Japan 1Sep54
				62035 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 25May54 for storage
				62036 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62037 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF513 Mar 24, 1951.  Assigned to 44 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby.  Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF, departing RAF Marham Feb 15, 1954
				62038 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62039 w/o Sep 29, 1951 in landing at Carswell AFB, Texas, destroyed by fire
				62040	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Converted to WB-29. Assigned to 53rd SRS, Medium, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952.
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 23Jul53 for storage
				62041 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Mar54 for storage
				62042 Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
					(98th BW, 345th BS, "Vicious Roomer") 2 engines on fire, landed safely Mar 28, 1952.  Five crew 
					bailed out before the fire was extinguished; only one survivor
					Accident 21Apr52 taxying at Yokota AB, Japan
					Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				62043 Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF500 Dec 13, 1950.  Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham; code C
					Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953. Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Sep53
				62044 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62045 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62046 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW344 Jul 16, 1951.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
  					Returned to USAF, departing RAF Marham Feb 22, 1954, arriving at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Mar54.  
					Transferred to US Navy 8Jun54
				62047 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Jul53
				62048 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Jun54
				62049 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW353 Aug 25, 1951, To Vickers-Armstrong for modification 
					Transferred to RAAF 23Sep52. Assigned RAAF serial A76-1; remained as WW353
					Assigned to Aircraft Research and Development Unit (ARDU) Trials Flight, RAAF Base Edinburgh, Adelaide, Australia 26Sep52
					Used for manufacturers trials at Woomera on behalf of the UK Ministry of Supply
					Struck off RAAF charge Sep 5, 1956.  To storage 16May56. SOC 5Sep56. Sold for scrap 23Oct56. 
					Scrapped at RAAF Tocumwal, NSW Sep57 but still extant until Apr62
				62050 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF551 Apr 20, 1951. Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington
					Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby.  Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Jan 4, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Oct54
				62051 Delivered to USAAF 28Jul45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Sep53 for storage
				62052 Named ‘Cat Girl’.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62053 Delivered to USAAF 28Jul45
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘Rock Happy’
					Accident 20Oct49 due to mechanical failure taking off from North Field, Guam
					Transferred to Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Hot To Go’.  Accident 8Nov50 landing at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 1May52 on the ground at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62054 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				62055 (MSN 11532) Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
				62056 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62057 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Assigned to 3417th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 3415th Aircraft Maintenance Group, Lowry AFB, CO 
					Accident 3May52 at the Split Rock gunnery range, WY.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 6Dec54
				62058 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW348 Jul 31, 1951. Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Jan 5, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62059 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62060 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, March AFB, CA
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Spirit of Freeport’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62061 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				62062 MSN 11539.  Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					Assigned to 717th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
					Accident 31Aug49 taxying at Weaver AFB, SD
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF445 Jun 29, 1950. Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62063 Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Big Shmoo’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AAF, WA
					W/o Nov 13, 1947 in crash 30 mi NE of Spokane, WA.  The aircraft took off from Spokane AAF, WA for a 
					routine training mission with seven crew onboard. After a couple of hours flying and several landings 
					and takeoffs, the aircraft approached the Spokane area. During a snow storm, the aircraft crashed into 
					the mountain near Bald Knob.  5 lost, 2 survived.
				62064 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Crashed 3May48 taking off at Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany.  Surveyed at West Germany, 16Dec48
				62065 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 64th Army Air Force Base Unit, Andrews AAF, MD
					Damaged 13Dec46 in a collision on the ground at Kelly AAF, TX
					To reclamation Jul 21, 1953 at Hill AFB
				62066 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Townswick’s Terrors’.  Accident 3Jun48 due to weather 30 miles SE of Billings, MT
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				62067 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 26Jul53 for storage
				62068 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 32nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Accident 7Jan49 due to weather landing at Furstenfeldbruck AFB, West Germany
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62069 Delivered to USAAF 7Aug45
					Assigned to 492nd Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Crash landed 17Sep47 due to weather landing at Lagens Field, Azores
					Reclaimed at Lagens Field, Azores 22Jun49
				62070 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45 at Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS Aug45
					Assigned to 232nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Dalhart AAF, TX Sep45
					Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB Oct45
					Assigned to 718th Bomb Squadron, 449th Bomb Group, Grand island AAF, NB
					Accident 23Dec45 due to engine failure at Grand Island AAF, NB
					Modified to TB-29A Apr46.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX Nov47. Stored. 
					To contract maintenance and modification Oct51. Restored as B-29A
					Redesignated B-29A Apr52
					Assigned to 310th Bombardment Wing (SAC), Smoky Hill AFB, Kansas.  Named ‘Lucky Strike’
					To Sacramento Air Materiel Area (SMAAR), McClellan AFB, CA Apr53
					Returned to 310th Bombardment Wing (SAC), Smoky Hill AFB, Kansas May53
					Assigned to 3510th Flying Training Wing (Air Training Command), Randolph AFB, TX Aug53
					Modified to TB-29A Nov53.  Transferred to U.S. Navy Oct56
					Assigned to the US Navy Naval Weapons Center, China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station, China Lake, CA 1956 to 1971
					Registered as N4249 Mar 23, 1971 with Confederate AF, Harlingen, TX.  Recovered and flown to Harlingen, TX 3Aug71
					Was restored with components, from three other B-29s.  
					Registered N529B to the American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum Aug81
					Current with the Commemorative Air Force as "Fifi", Based at the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, TX 				
				62071 Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Damaged by a MiG-15 of the 523rd IAP, Soviet Air Force. Crashed while making a forced landing at K-14 Oct 27, 1951.
				62072 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group. Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62073 Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Shot down by by a MiG-15 flown by Major Anatoly Karelin, 351 IAP, VVS while on night bombing mission over 
					North Korea Nov 8, 1952.  Nine of the crew were killed (presumed KIA/MIA), and three were taken PoW.
				62074 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45,  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF490 Nov 17, 1950.  Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Returned to USAF Oct 20, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62075 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 2750th Air Force Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Accident 15Oct53 taking off at Cheyenne Municipal Airport, WY
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7Nov54 for storage
				62076 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					*Hogan's Goat*  92nd BW, 98th BG, 343rd BS Nov 12, 1948 while conducting search for 
					missing B-29 &  crew from the 23d Reconnaissance Sq (7 Nov 48) 44-62076 suffered multiple failures 
					of navigation & radio, running low on fuel, ditched in shallow water of
					Fais Island near the island of Yap. Crew was recovered by Navy PBM
				62077 Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A.  Reclaimed at Hickam AFB, HI 31Dec54
				62078 Assigned to 341st Bomb Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 13Jul48 due to mechanical failure 11 miles S of San Diego, CA
					(22nd BW, 33rd BS) crashed at sea at Prairie Bay, Azores Dec 6, 1951 after leaving Lages Field, Azores.
					16 on board, no survivors found.  The plane was on its way home for Christmas when it got caught in 
					tail winds and crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff.  The men had been in England for three 
					months on a routine training mission. 
				62079	  Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Accident 4Apr46 taxying at Fort Worth AAF, TX
					Damaged 13Sep46 due to mechanical failure 20 miles E of Fort Worth, TX
					Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 14Mar54
				62080	Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1952. Named ‘Doc Hurricane’
				62081 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
				62082 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AAF, WA
					Accident 14Dec47 at Spokane AAF, WA
					On July 28, 1950, while on a combat mission, an engine caught fire. The bombs were released and some crew 
					members bailed out. The aircraft finally landed safely at Haneda Air Base, Japan.
					(92nd BG, 326th BS) to reclamation at McClellan AFB Jul 14, 1954
				62083 Assigned to 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 16Dec50 due to mechanical failure at MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					(307th BW, 372nd BS) MIA over China Sea 1/30/52.  Departed Kadena AB, Okinawa on a routine training 
					mission; last contact 100 mi N of Kadena AB.
				62084 Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘United Notions’
					Accident 7Feb49 due to engine failure landing at Spokane AFB, WA
					Damaged 15Mar50 by a bird strike near Spokane AFB, WA
					(92nd BG, 325th BS) shot down by AAA near Wolbong-ni, Korea Sep 9, 1950.
					8 MIA, 2 POW.  Hit by AAA, exploded in mid-air near Wolbong-ni. 5 chutes cleared the aircraft
				62085 Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62086 Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				62087 Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 22Jul53 for storage
				62088 (MSN 11565) Delivered to USAAF 2Aug45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.  
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
				62089 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Damaged 10Aug50 in a bird strike near Misawa AB, Japan
					Reassigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Named ‘Sukebe Girl’
					Reclaimed at Kindley Field, Bermuda 31Dec54
				62090 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Accident 28May51 landing at Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				62091 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul53 for storage
				62092 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul53 for storage
				62093 Assigned to 2750th Air Force Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Delivered to USAAF 11Aug45
					Converted to ETB-29A for Project Tip Tow, with experimental wing tip
					hookups with two EF-84Ds (48-641 and 48-661).  Two of the aircraft were
					destroyed in crash April 24, 1953.  A coupling and fully-towed flight was
					accomplished using the right-handed EF-84B, but no electrical
					power was received from the B-29.  The right hand fighter uncoupled
					and the left hand fighter coupled with the B-29 and was retracted
					in the fully-locked towing position.  The cockpit panel light
					indicated that electrical power was available from the B-29, and
					as soon as everything was trimmed and stabilized and the automatic
					flight control system was activated momentarily from the fighter.
					This resulted in a violent pitching motion of the EF-84B causing
					it to flip up and inward into the B-29.  The B-29 outer wing
					panel crumpled and struck the main B-29 wing spar, shearing
					off the F-84 nose section before the two aircraft separated.
					B-29 went into steep spiral and crashed into Peconic Bay,
					Long Island and the F-84 crashed shortly thereafter.  All
					crew members killed.  The left hand fighter was 48-641.  The other 
					fighter, having unhooked, presumably landed safely.  Project Tip Tow was immediately cancelled.
				62094 Delivered to USAAF 5Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 24Aug54
				62095 Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 21Jul53 for storage
				62096 Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45.  Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54 for storage
				62097 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45
					Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Feb55
				62098 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					W/o Jan 21, 1949 in crash 7 mi ENE of Great Falls, Montana after takeoff.  3 killed, 9 survived.
				62099 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Nipponese Baby’
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 for storage
				62100 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 92nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 20th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					On 3 September 1948 the aircraft crashed in the Scheldt estuary off Flushing (Vlissingen), the Netherlands. 
					The aircraft was assigned to 2nd BG, 20th BS, then based at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ. The BG was detached 
					to RAF Lakenheath, England during the Berlin blockade and on said date participated in a joint UK-US 
					air defense exercise called Operation Dagger. The B-29 had a failed engine (cylinder). Ten men of 
					the 11-men crew survived the crash(92nd BG) salvaged Mar 18, 1949, England
				62101 Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  To RAF as Washington B.1 WF546 Apr 5, 1951.  Returned to USAF Jul 2, 1953.  
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 21Sep54
				62102 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA, named "Wright's Delight"
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Crashed Nov 19, 1952, Ch'o-Do Island, North Korea.
				62103 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Haulin’ Ass’.  To McClellan AFB Apr 1954.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
					To US Navy Aug 1955.
				62104 Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 4Dec53
				62105 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF569 Jun 27, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham; code EM.
					Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62106 Delivered to USAAF 8Aug45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, MacDill AAF, FL
					Damaged 15Apr46 due to mechanical failure 4 miles SSW of Hillsborough, FL
					Named ‘Ready Willin Wanton’.  Named ‘Vicious Roomer’. Named ‘Chief Mac’s 10 Little Indians’
					Named ‘Miss Yankee Doodle’		At one point had art on both sides of nose
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Damaged 25Feb51 by enemy fire from MiG-15s of the 28th GIAP, Soviet Air Force
					(98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951.
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 19May53 for storage
				62107  Assigned to 67th Bomb Squadron, 44th Bomb Group, Lake Charles AFB, LA
					Accident 17Oct52 landing at Kirtland AFB, NM.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
					Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				62108 Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota, Japan
					Named ‘Myakinas’
					(98th BW, 343rd BS) crashlanded due to engine failure at Taegu AB after night intruder mission
					against Sinanju/Kunu-ri, Korea Apr 10, 1951.
				62109 Delivered to USAAF 11Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF561 Jun 4, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Assigned to 44 Squadron, RAF Coningsby.  Returned to USAF Dec 1, 1953.  Assigned to Lake Charles AFB, LA 8Sep54
44-62110/62209		Boeing B-29A-65-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11587/11686.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				62110 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62111 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Damaged 6Apr49 50 miles NE of  Sculthorpe, England, reported as due to friendly fire
					Force landed 2Jun49 due to engine failure 30 miles S of Superly, MT
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 5Aug50 due to weather landing at Yokota AB, Japan
					Surveyed Dec 18, 1950, Yokota
				62112 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					One of 4 B-29's obtained by Disney from China Lake for use in the movie “The Last Flight of Noah's Ark”. 
					Forward fuselage noted at Pima Air and Space Museum 1983-92
					Reported as destroyed but also reported at Aero Trader, Borrego Springs, CA Jun02; possibly the forward fuselage.
					Rear fuselage reported to have gone to Disney Studios.
				62113 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62114 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AAF, WA
					(92nd BG) w/o Dec 11, 1947 The aircraft crash landed with two engines on fire in a field 2 miles N of 
					Medical Lake, WA.  Surveyed Jun 19, 1948, Spokane, WA
				62115 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 12Sep54
				62116 Delivered to USAAF Aug45. Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54
				62117 Delivered to USAAF Aug45
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF557 May 24, 1951.  Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington, later RA Coningsby.  
					Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953. Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62118 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 2Feb54 for storage
				62119 Delivered to USAAF Aug45
					Assigned to 102nd Bomb Squadron, 106th Bomb Group, New York Air National Guard, March AFB, CA
 					Destroyed in midair collision with F4U BuNo 81218 off southern CA coast 5/13/1952.  Only six survived.
				62120 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
					Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				62121 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7Jan53 for storage
				62122 Delivered to USAAF Aug45. Assigned to 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7Sep53 for storage
				62123 Delivered to USAAF Aug45
					Assigned to 59th Reconnaissance Squadron, 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather, Fairfield-Suisun AAF, WA
					Damaged Jan 30, 1947 in landing at Elmendorf AAF, Alaska. Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				62124 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62125 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Mid air collision 15Feb46 taking off at Kelly AAF, TX.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 59th Reconnaissance Squadron, Weather, 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather, Fairfield-Suisun AAF, WA
					Damaged 4Apr47 due to structural failure at Anchorage, AK
					Assigned to 513th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK Oct54
				62126 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 4000th Air Force Base Unit, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Accident 23Oct48 taking off at Muroc AFB, CA.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather, Fairfield-Suisun AAF, WA
					Damaged 27Jun46 landing at Fairfield-Suisan AAF, WA.  Salvaged at Muroc AFB, CA 25Oct49
				62127 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Surveyed 1Apr50
				62128 Delivered to USAAF 11Aug45
					To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL Aug45
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Material Command), Victorville AAF, CA
					Modified to RB-29 for weather reconnaissance
					Named "Warm Front" and assigned to 59th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather Jan46 at Merced AAF, CA 
					(later renamed Castle AFB)
					Detached to Task Force 1 at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for Operation Crossroads 1946.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					To Warner Robins Air Materiel Area, Robins AFB, GA for refit prior to being loaned to the RAF
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF495 Dec 6, 1950.  Assigned to 149 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham 11Mar53; code KO-J.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					On return to USAF delivery flight crashed enrouge from Prestwick, Scotland to Lajes, Azores
					into Morecambe Bay, off north-west England in severe icing conditions Jan 26, 1954
				62129 Delivered to USAAF Aug45
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF554 May 22, 1951. Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington, later RA Coningsby
 					Returned to USAF Jan 4, 1954.
				62130 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 6Jan55 for storage
				62131 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 376th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5Jan53 for storage
				62132 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62133 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 15Jul53 for storage
				62134 MSN 11611.  Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed 14Jul54
					Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Seen derelict at China Lake Igloos (test site) in 2007.
				62135 Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF566 Jun 15, 1951.  Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Mar 16, 1954.  Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62136 Delivered to USAAF 18Aug45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62137 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62138 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45
					Assigned to 310th Bombardment Wing (SAC), Smoky Hill AFB, Kansas.
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Mar54 for storage
				62139 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45
					Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Surveyed at Wright AAF, OH 22Jul46
					Nose and fuselage on display as a walk-through exhibit at Wright Patterson AFB Museum, OH, marked 
					as 44-87657 "Command Decision".  "Command Decision" was probably inspired by the stage play and 1948 
					movie of the same name. The cast of the film reads like a "who's who" of Hollywood actors at the time. 
					The lead character, played admirably by Clark Gable, was rumored to have been based on the 98BG's 
					Colonel "Killer" Kane.  The most knowledgeable of the Seven Dwarfs (from Disney's Snow White & the 
					Seven Dwarfs), Doc, is making his "command decision" based on Dopey's flip of a coin. 
					Although the depicted scene is satirical, Command Decision is certainly the best known B-29 of the 
					Korean War. It is the only bomber ace and last B-29 bomber retired from the USAF. Officially 
					credited with shooting down five MiG-15s. Command Decision's nose art is on display at the Air Force 
					Museum, but what you see is not the original art or airplane. After the original was destroyed in 
					a multiple transportation accident, the forward section of #44-62139 was requisitioned and 
					painted for the display. It's ironic that an aircraft that survived heavy flak and multiple MiG attacks 
					was damaged after being dropped from a helicopter, and while being transported from the AF Museum, 
					on loan to another museum, rolled off of a flatbed truck, was destroyed, and had to be replaced.
				62140 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62141 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Caught fire in flight and crashed near West Walton, England 
					Jul 21, 1949 and destroyed by fire.  Crew bailed out
				62142 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53 for storage
				62143 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11Nov53 for storage
				62144 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45
					Assigned to 328th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
					Damaged 18Dec48 in a ground collision at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Assigned to 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Crashed 12Sep49 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 5 miles W of Milpitas, CA
				62145 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 321st Bomb Squadron, 90th Bomb Group, Forbes AFB, KS
					Accident 26Sep51 due to mechanical failure landing at Forbes AFB, KS
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				62146 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 7Feb55
				62147 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45
					Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Crashed 5 mi NNE of Sequin, TX Oct 19, 1950.  Aircraft dropped out of overcast
					and dove into ground.  All 8 crew killed.
				62148 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				62149 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun53
				62150 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54 for storage
				62151 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather.  Named ‘Lonesum Poll Cat’.  Named ‘Lonesome Polecat’
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather)
					Redesignated 58th Strategic Weather Squadron, 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Damaged 12Sep49 due to mechanical failure 900 miles N of Eielson AFB, AK
					Redesignated 58th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Accident 16Jun53 due to weather 60 miles W of Galena, AK
				62152 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Stateside Reject’
					The aircraft was combat damaged on November 15, 1950 at Kimpo AB, Seoul [K-14].  (19th BW, 93rd BS) 
					crashed on takeoff from Kadena AB, Nov 15, 1950.
					The aircraft was written off as damaged beyond repair. The crew was injured, but all were rescued.
				62153 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 2753rd Aircraft Storage Squadron, Pyote AFB, TX
					to RAF as Washington B.1 WF545 May 5, 1951.  Returned to USAF Mar 26, 1954
				62154 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF548 Apr 9, 1951.  Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham
  					Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 12May54
				62155 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Modified to WB-29A
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF494 Dec 6, 1950. Assigned to 149 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
 					Returned to USAF Aug 18, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62156 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
				62157 Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, 7th Air Weather Group, Ladd AFB, AK
					Shemya AFB, Alaska crashed Sep 28, 1948.  4 killed.  Named "Polar Queen".
				62158 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					Assigned to 77th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
					Accident 23Sep49 due to friendly fire and engine failure at the Wendover gunnery range, UT
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62159 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF447 Jul 10, 1950.  Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953.  
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62160 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Wyton, England Sep51-Dec51. Deployed 
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				62161 Delivered to USAAF 31Oct45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11May53 for storage
				62162 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 90th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 12Dec53 for storage
				62163 Delivered to USAAF 25Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather)
					Redesignated 58th Strategic Weather Squadron, 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Named ‘Polar Queen’.  Crashed Nov 23, 1951 at Eielson AFB, Alaska. in landing accident.
				62164 Assigned to 320th Bomb Squadron, 90th Bomb Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
					Crashed at night Apr 3, 1952.  Crew bailed out over a farmer's field 8 mi N, 5.5 mi W of Onaga, Kansas.
					The captain died in the crash and one airman was killed when his parachute failed to open.  The surviving
					crew was fired at by the farmer, who believed them to be invading "Russkies"
				62165 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 319th Bomb Squadron, 90th Bomb Group
					Accident 31Aug51 due to weather at Kanopolis, KS
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 18Sep53 for storage
				62166 Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Named ‘Fujigmo, [Stands for “F**k U Jack, I Got My Orders]
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					The aircraft caught fire northeast of Ocho-o, South Korea and crashed at Taegu on July 22, 1952, killing 
					all 13 crew members
				62167 Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Bust’n The Blue’
					Crashed near Taegu, South Korea Aug 30, 1952 due to engine fire.
				62167 Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Bust’n The Blue’
				62168 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 8Jun46 taxying at Newark AAF, NJ
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Mar54 for storage
				62169 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 28Feb53
				62170 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 11Feb54 in a collision during taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62171  Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45.  To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Mar54 for storage
				62172 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 29Jun53 for storage
				62173 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Peak of Perfection’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62174 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Peak of Perfection’.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62175 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Mar54 for storage
				62176 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Damaged 10Oct46 due to structural failure at Pyote AAF, TX
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				62177 Delivered to USAAF 1Sep45. Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 11Jun53 for storage
				62178 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
				62179 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 31Aug53 due to a ground collision at Randolph AFB, TX
				62180 Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Crashed 27Sep52 landing at Kadena AB, Okinawa
				62181 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45.  Assigned to 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Accident 7Dec50 taxying at MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62182 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54
				62183 Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Hot To Go’
					Shot down by MiG-15 flown by Major Anatoly Kareli, 351 IAP, VVS during night mission over North Korea 
					Jun 10, 1952.
				62184 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Force landed 14Aug54 at Clark AB, Philippines.  Assigned to Air Materiel Command 27Jan55
				62185 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Oct54 for storage
				62186 Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Chief Mac’s 10 Little Indians’
					Assigned to 321st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
					Crashed 22Jul52 after the aircraft stalled and spun in 6 miles E of Forbes AFB, KS
				62187 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45.  Assigned to 68th Bomb Group
				62188 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					(92nd BG, 326th BS "Tremlin Gremlins") to reclamation Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
				62189 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				62190 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45.  Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Sep52
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				62191 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45.  Assigned to 310th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Crashed 21Jul49 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 2 miles E of Wisbech, England
				62192 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54
				62193 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62194 Delivered to USAAF 10Sep45 
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Sep52
					Assigned to B Flight, 3rd Air Rescue Squadron, Japan
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Oct54
				62195 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather
					Assigned to 58th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK 1951
					Damaged 20Aug52 due to mechanical failure 60 miles S of Point Barrow, AK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				62196 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					Named ‘Never Happen’.  To McClellan AFB Mar 1953.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
					Off inventory as surplus Aug 1955.  Nose section to Ed Maloney museum, Ontario, CA 1965
				62197 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS Sep45
					Assigned to Chico AAF, CA Oct45.  Assigned to Merced AAF, CA Jan46
					Assigned to Victorville AAF, CA Feb46 for storage.  Assigned to Kelly AAF, TX Jul46 for storage
					Assigned to 59th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, Fairfield AAF, CA Jun47
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather), 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Assigned to B Flight, 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, Fairfield AFB, CA Oct47
					Modified to RB-29A Jul48.  Assigned to Elmendorf AFB, AK Nov48
					Damaged 25Apr49 due to mechanical failure at Shemya AFB, AK
					Assigned to Eielson AFB, Fairbanks, AK Oct50.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 58th Strategic Weather Squadron, 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK Mar51
					To Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jan55.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 4750th Air Defense Wing, Yuma County AFB, AZ Jul55.  Transferred to US Navy Sep55
				62198 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 20th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Chatham AFB, GA
					Accident 27Apr50 taxying at RAF Marham, England
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF491 Nov 17, 1950.  Assigned to 149 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				62199 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 18May53 for storage
				62200 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, 7th Air Weather Group, Fairfield-Suisun AFB, CA
					Crashed Elmendorf AFB, Alaska Dec 31, 1947, 9 killed.
				62201 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather), 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Accident 22Sep50 landing at Eielson AFB, AK.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62202 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 25Nov54
				62203 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 24Feb52 landing at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  Accident 18Jun52 taxying at Westover AFB, MA
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Wheelus Field, Libya
					Accident 25Feb53 taxying at RAF Bovingdon, England.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1960-1985. Used as a target for weapons testing
				62204 (MSN 11681) Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 308th Bomb Squadron, 310th Bomb Wing, Forbes AFB, Kansas
					(310th BW, 380th BS) encountered UFO near Paulette, MS Jun 20, 1952
					while on routine training flight.  A USAF pilot and bombardier with 308th Bomb Squadron, 310th Bomb 
					Wing, Forbes AFB, Kansas, flying at 190 mph at 17,000 feet saw a cone-shaped object approach on a 
					collision course from the two o'clock position. Before evasive action, the object made a sharp left 
					and disappeared, followed by a second object (?).
				62205 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Assigned to 2750th Air Force Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Accident 24Jul50 taxying at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62206 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply Squadron, 581st Air Resupply and Communications Group, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Damaged 14Mar52 by a bird strike 5 miles NE of Hansen, ID
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Noted at Kadena AB, Okinawa 24Oct54
				62207 Named ‘To Each His Own’
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Accident 9Jun52 when the 
					aircraft diverted to Taegu airfield [K-2], Korea due to poor weather conditions at Yokota AB, Japan. 
					The aircraft landed on a runway under construction, causing substantial damage but no injuries to the crew.
					Crashlanded at Ashiya AB Jun 24, 1952.
				62208 Delivered to USAAF 4Sep45.  Assigned to326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Miss Liberty Belle’.  Damaged 9Jun49 due to mechanical failure at Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Wing.  To RAF as Washington WF514 Apr 2, 1951 .  Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1953.  Went to storage at Davis Monthan Feb 1, 1955.
				62209 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45. Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54 for storage
44-62210/62309		Boeing B-29A-70-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11687/11786.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				62210 Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45.  Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Aug52
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62211 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Squadron, 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Clark AB, Philippines
					Accident 19Jul52 taxying at NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Noted at Kadena AB, Okinawa 24Oct54
				62212 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45. Accident 11Sep51 due to mechanical failure landing a Maxwell AFB, AL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62213 (Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 327th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Force landed 16Aug49 due to engine failure at Wendover AFB, UT
					Damaged 23Jul50 due to mechanical failure at Yokota AB, Japan
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Friendly Undertaker’
					Salvaged at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Jul 14, 1954.
				62214 Delivered to USAAF 5Sep45.  Assigned to Chico AAF, CA Oct45
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather.  Modified to RB-29A Jul48
					The aircraft made the first discovery that the Soviet Union was experimenting with Nuclear Power August 29, 1949.
					Assigned to Sacramento Air Material Area, McClellan AFB, CA 1950.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 58th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 7th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK 1951
					Suffered ground accident Dec 17, 1954 at Eielson AFB in Alaska
					and scavenged for spare parts.  Eventually carted away to a frozen water-filled gravel 
					pit near the base and dumped there.  The wreck is still there, partly
					submerged.
				62215 Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 7th Radar Calibration Squadron (Air Defense Command), Griffiss AFB, NY
					Accident 28Sep50 taxying at Langley AFB, VA
					Assigned to 109th Radar Calibration Squadron (ADC), Griffiss AFB, NY
					Crashed 22Dec51 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure 1 mile SSE of Flushing, NY
				62216 Delivered to USAAF 1Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather.  Named ‘Blizzard Wizard’
					Named ‘Duffy’s Tavern’.  Crashed 20Mar49 due to engine failure landing at Shemya AFB, AK
				62217 Delivered to USAAF 5Sep45
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Named ‘Stardust Four Zero’.  Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					(91st SRS) shot down by MiGs during leaflet dropping mission Jan 13, 1953.  One of the most sensational 
					missions of the 581st in Korea occurred on 12 January 1953, when a 581st ARC B-29 (tail number 44-62217) 
					on its first leaflet drop mission with the 581st ARC Wing Commander, (as well as the operations commander 
					of the 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Wing) on board, was shot down on their last leaflet target just 
					south of the Yalu River in far northern Korea near the Chinese town of Antung.
					At the time, Russian fighter squadrons, some equipped for night flying, were supporting and supplying 
					the Chinese with airpower, including the Russian-made MiG-15 Fagot. Twelve Russian MiG-15s from the 351st 
					(and perhaps the 535th) Fighter Air Regiments (IAP) intercepted a lone Superfortress of the 581st ARCW 
					south of the Yalu River, about 15 miles from the Chinese border.
					The MiGs were scrambled and vectored to the bomber's location by Russian radar-controlled searchlight 
					units stationed near Antung, China. The searchlights illuminated the unarmed Superfortress and several 
					MiGs engaged the bomber. Russian MiG pilot of the 351st IAP was credited with the intercept and downing 
					of the B-29.  Although US sources believe the B-29 was flying in North Korean airspace at the time of its 
					mayday call, a belief that is strongly disputed by the Chinese and Russian authorities, crew members who 
					bailed and landed believe they were in North Korean territory. Upon capture, the crew was rounded up, 
					blindfolded and put aboard trucks, subsequently transported into China and later charged as CIA 
					spies (the Chinese subsequently learned of the CIA connection with the ARCW units).
					During the highly publicized Chinese trial in Peking in October 1954, the surviving crew members, 
					along with captured CIA agents, who were imprisoned two years earlier after they had been shot down 
					while attempting to pick up their Chinese double agent, were given prison sentences ranging from 5 years to life.
					Not until 4 August 1955, two years after the Korean War Armistice, were the surviving crew members released 
					from Chinese prison. These crew members held the distinction of being the longest held POW USAF captives of 
					the war.
				62218 Delivered to USAAF 6Sep45.  Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Shinpainai’..  Salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.
				62219 Delivered to USAAF 26Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A.  Assigned to 308th Weather Reconnaissance Group
				62220 (MSN 11697) Delivered to USAAF 5Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 57th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather 
					Redesignated 57th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 57th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1960-1985. Used as a target for weapons testing
					Reported 1985 stored at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland.  Acquired by USAFM 1988.  
					Was on display at Kelly AFB Museum, TX.  When this base was closed, plane was moved to Lackland AFB, Texas.
				62221 Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7Jun53 for storage
				62222 (MSN 11699) Delivered to USAAF 6Sep45
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake,CA.
					Forward fuselage reported 1983 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
					Rear fuselage reported to have gone to Disney Studios.  One of four B-29s obtained by Walt Disney 
					Studios from the U.S. Navy at NAWS China Lake for use in the movie The Last Flight of Noah's Ark 1979-80
				62223 Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					The aircraft was assigned to Project Banshee, the use of unmanned B-29 aircraft to remotely drop atomic weapons
					On 12 March 1952, two B-29 aircraft, 44-87774 and 44-62223, both assigned to Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, 
					were involved in a mid-air collision approximately 19 miles north of Randolph Air Force Base.  Results of the 
					collision were such that the tail section of the rammed aircraft, No. 44-62223, separated from the fuselage, 
					rendering this aircraft uncontrollable.  
					Aircraft No. 44-62223 was seen to be flying in a near westerly direction, at an estimated altitude of 
					3000 to 4000 feet, when aircraft No. 44-87774 approached from the left rear, on a heading estimated 
					to be 20 to 30 degrees greater than the first aircraft.  The aircraft approaching B-29 No. 44-62223 
					appeared to pass completely underneath the rammed aircraft, then continued on course with no apparent 
					damage or difficulty.  The rammed aircraft maintained course and altitude momentarily before dropping 
					off on the right wing, followed by a spin estimated to be one and one-fourth turns, leveling off 
					momentarily, then rolling onto its back.  From this inverted position the aircraft was observed to go 
					into a dive.  The severed tail section of this aircraft floated to the ground with very little damage 
					on impact. Fragments of both aircraft were observed falling through the air immediately following the collision.  
					Both planes crashed and all personnel were killed in this mid-air collision. This aircraft had a crew of eight. 
				62224 Delivered to USAAF 7Sep45.  Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. 
					Transferred to Yokota AB, Japan [1951].  Named ‘The Wanderer’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Named ‘Guardians of Peace’
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Combat damage 6Dec50 by MiG-15 aircraft, Salvaged at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Jul 14, 1954.
				62225 Delivered to USAAF 6Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 2108th Air Weather Group, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Damaged 3Mar49 due to mechanical failure at Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather)
					Redesignated 58th Strategic Weather Squadron, 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Damaged 22Nov50 due to engine failure and fire 25 miles NW of Fairbanks, AK
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 6May54
				62226 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62227 Modified toWB-29A
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WW350 Aug 10, 1951. Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF 22Feb54. Departed RAF Marham to Prestwick 25Jan54; returned to RAF Marham due to bad 
					icing conditions over Irish Sea; to Lajes AFB, Azores 26Feb54; to Kindley Field, Bermuda 28Jan54; 
					to Dover AFB, DE 3Mar54 and to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Mar54
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62228 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45
					Assigned to 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Crashed into Hawks Mountain, Vermont in bad weather Jun 14, 1947.  All 12 onboard killed.
				62229 Delivered to USAAF 7Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Accident 18Jul49 due to mechanical failure during takeoff at Yokota AB, Japan
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather)
					Redesignated 58th Strategic Weather Squadron, 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Accident 17Jan51 due to mechanical failure taking off from Eielson AFB, AK
					Last reported at Eielson AFB, AK 31Dec54
				62230 Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62231 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Forever Ambling’
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF503 Jan 15, 1951. Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham.
 					Returned to USAF Jul 28, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Sep54
				62232 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather), 2107th Air Weather Group, Shemya AFB, Japan
					Accident 25Dec48 landing at Elmendorf AFB, AK.  Last reported at Eielson AFB, AK 14Jul54
				62233 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 308th Weather Reconnaissance Group
					Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather), 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
					Force landed 29Jun49 due to engine failure at Shemya AFB, AK
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 6Apr50
				62234 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45
					Assigned to 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Mid air collision 17Apr47 3 miles S of Chandler, AZ.
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF507 Feb 14, 1951. Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
 					Returned to USAF Aug 18, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62235 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW343 Jul 5, 1951. Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Jul 7, 1953,  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62236 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF562 Jun 11, 1951. Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham.
  					Returned to USAF Jan 19, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62237 Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
					Artwork ‘Eight Ball’.  Named ‘Tondemonai’.  Accident 26Nov51 landing at NAS Kwajalein
					Crashed on takeoff at Yokota AB, Japan Aug 6, 1952.  At an altitude of 150 feet following take-off 
					on a combat mission, #4 engine caught on fire.  At an altitude of 500 feet, #2 engine caught fire.  
					Bombs were salvoed.  Then two explosions from #2 engine occurred.  The aircraft went out of control.  
					The crew started bailing out at an altitude of approximately  650 feet.  There were three fatalities
				62238 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62239 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW355 Aug 25, 1951. To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Island for storage. 
					Scrapped 17Apr58.  To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness as parts Sep 16, 1958.
				62240 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62241 Lend-lease to Royal Air Force 29Jun51 as WF570
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF570 Jun 29, 1951. Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Flew into ground 5 mi ENE of RAF Marham, England Dec 14, 1952 while letting down at night.  4 crew members killed.
				62242 Assigned to Military Assistance Advisory Group (MAAG) UK 
					Accident 5Jun51 at Westover AFB, MA
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WW342 Jul 5, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham.
 					Returned to USAF Nov 3, 1953. Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62243 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF565 Jun 15, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham; code EM-B
 					Returned to USAF Feb 15, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62244 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF574 Jul 4, 1951.  Assigned to Washington Conversion Unit, RAF Marham 4Jul51; 
					code FB-S.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham 1Sep51; code FB-S
					Accident 3Jan53 when the left main landing gear failed to retract fully and could not be lowered for 
					landing at RAF Marham.  Returned to USAF Nov 17, 1953.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62245 Delivered to USAAF 30Sep45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				62246 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62247 Assigned to 321st Bomb Squadron, 90th Bomb Group, Forbes AFB, KS.
					W/o Oct 3, 1951 in landing at Forbes AFB, Kansas.
				62248 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62249 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 320th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 102nd Bomb Squadron, 106th Bomb Group, New York Air National Guard, March AFB, CA
					Damaged 29Nov51 by a bomb blast 40 miles W of Point Conception, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 28Sep54
				62250 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF556 May 22, 1951.  Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Jan 4, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62251 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62252 Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Damaged by MiGs at Sinuiju railroad bridge, crashed near Suwon, Korea Apr 12, 1951.  The B-29 was 
					part of a three wing formation aimed at destroying railway bridges across the Yalu river at Sinuiju 
					and Antung. This was a dangerous daylight mission that was so disastrous for the Air Force that on 
					the following days the planes were painted black on the bottom and scheduled for safer night time 
					raids. The aircraft was acting as the electronics countermeasure aircraft for that particular bombing 
					mission. Its job was to confuse enemy ground radar through the use of electronic jamming equipment 
					combined with the dropping of aluminum foil strips called chaff. It was in the slot (last) position 
					of the 2nd group (of 3 groups) which put it in the middle of the 3 groups. There was some space 
					between each group. This B-29 had some engine trouble (from age) causing it to slow down, so 
					rather than force its own group to slow down it dropped from the last spot of the 2nd group back to 
					become the lead plane of the next group (the 22nd Bomb Squadron). It was during this brief 
					unfortunate window that the Russian piloted MiG-15's attacked, finding a lone B-29 all by itself 
					between two groups. The aircraft was damaged by the MiG-15s. A fire erupted forcing seven crew 
					members to bail out; they became PoWs. The remaining crew managed to extinguish the fire and 
					nursed the aircraft back to Suwon AB, Korea. Badly damaged, the crew did not attempt to land but 
					bailed out, leaving the aircraft to crash into a hill near Suwon, 10 miles S of Seoul.
				62253 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. TDY to Yokota AB, Japan [1952]
					Artwork ‘Dragon and Lady’
					("Reluctant Drag'on") seen at NFW China Lake, CA in mid-1950s.  Used for explosives 
					testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				62254 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF555 May 22, 1951. Assigned to 57 Squadron, RAF Waddington
 					and two engines failed.  On 29 September 1951, the crew was tasked to fly on a NATO exercise to test 
					western defences. On the way home No. 3 engine developed problems with the constant speed propeller 
					which eventually ran away and sheared off, severely damaging No. 4 engine. Three of the crew bailed out 
					but the pilot managed to nurse the crippled aircraft as far as Amiens in Northern France where he 
					successfully crash landed on a disused wartime airfield.
				62255 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW352 Aug 15, 1951.  Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham; code EM-F
  					Returned to USAF Feb 25, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				62256 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF567 Jun 19, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham
 					Returned to USAF Mar 16, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				62257 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF571 Jun 28, 1951.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Assigned to 90 Squadron, RAF Marham.  Returned to USAF 11Aug53.  Departed RAF Marham to Prestwick 11Aug53; 
					to Ernest Harmon AFB, NFD 12Aug53; to Dover AFB, DE and Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Aug53
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62258 to RAF as Washington B.1 WW351 Aug 14, 1951. Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF 15Jan54. Departed RAF Marham to Prestwick 15Jan54; to Lajes AFB, Azores 16Jan54; 
					to Kindley Field, Bermuda 20Jan54; to Dover AFB, DE 21Jan54 and to Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 26Jan54
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62259 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF564Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF 15Feb54, departing RAF Marham 5Feb54 to Prestwick, Scotland then to Lages, Azores. 
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62260 Delivered to USAAF 23Nov45.  Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 17Aug53 in a ground collision taxying at Clark AB, Philippines
					Last reported at Kadena AB, Okinawa 24Oct54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				62261 Delivered to USAAF 13Nov45
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
					Named ‘Nip On Nees’.  Accident 26Jun53 landing at Haneda AB, Japan
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 for storage
				62262 Delivered to USAAF 13Nov45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				62263 Assigned to US Army Proving Ground, Eglin AAF, FL 
					Assigned to Flight Test Section, 610th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
					Modified at Boeing Wichita in 1945 to carry the US produced T-12 bomb (redesigned Grand Slam)
					Flight testing continued through 1946.  Fuselage center section between the bomb bays was removed,
					making a cutout in forward and rear bomb bay doors to fit the bomb.  Testing followed at Muroc AAFB.  Six
					inert casing drops at altitude of 25,000 feet were made from Mar 5, 1948.  Just before noon on 5 March 1948, 
					the bomb was released from B-29 44-62263. The Group historian recorded the event in these words, 
					“On this date the heaviest bomb the world has ever known, weighing 43,755-lbs was dropped from a B-29 
					aircraft from an altitude of 25,000 feet. The entire mission was highly successful and the bombing 
					results were excellent.” By 19 April 1948 the personnel of Squadron C and B-29 44-62263 were veterans, 
					having dropped six of the extra-super blockbusters. Their part in the operation was completed.
					Modified to TB-29A.  Assigned to 3200th Proof Test Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Accident 15Jun49 at Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged by fire 3Aug51 at Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 24Nov51 due to a bird strike at Brownsville, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62264 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec45
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Crashed 8Sep55 55 miles SW of Miyako-jima, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				62265 Delivered to USAAF 26Sep45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF568 Jun 19, 1951. Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham; code EM-W
 					Returned to USAF Jan 15, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				62266 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF572 Jun 29, 1951.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
  					Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 27Jun54
				62267 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan46.  Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 7May54
				62268 Delivered to USAAF 17Jan46.  Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
				62269 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan46
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Damaged in mid-air collision with a Civilian 
					Luscombe during low level flight Nov 29, 1951 Boise ID.  #4 engine prop & tail damaged. 
					The B-29 was surveyed at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  The Luscombe crashlanded and the crew of
					2 were uninjured.
				62270 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan46.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Alabama Sweetheart’.  Named ‘Me Worry’.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				62271 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Salvaged at Ladd AFB, AK 16Sep48
				62272 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan46
					Modified as an armament test aircraft. Designated XB-29H, later as YB-29H
					Assigned to 5150th AES, Robins AFB, GA.  Accident 7Feb50 taxying at Robins AFB
					Assigned to 3203rd Maintenance & Supply Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to 6571st Support Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL
					Accident 6Feb53 due to weather at Crestview, FL
					Accident 7Apr53 taxying at Eglin AFB, FL
				62273 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb46.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
				62274 Delivered to USAAF 4Feb46.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Named ‘Dee-Fence Buster’ 
					Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing
				62275 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan46
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Assigned to 32nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					W/o Nov 10, 1947 in takeoff accident at Tinker Field, Oklahoma.  
				62276 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb46
					Assigned to 31st Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Crashed below Beinn Tharsuinn about 2.5 mi W of Lochgoilhead near Glasgow, Scotland Jan 17, 1949.  
					20 on board killed.  On the morning of January 17, 1949, the aircraft took off from RAF Scampton in 
					Lincolnshire, England, on a return trip to Smoky Hill Air Force Base (AFB), Salinas, Kansas, with
					twenty passengers and crew on board, accompanied by a similar aircraft. The crew were reported to be 
					on leave, having previously been involved in the Berlin Airlift, dropping supplies into the city 
					which had been blockaded by Soviet forces.
					The planned route was overland via Scotland, then on to Keflavik, Iceland, where they would stop to 
					refuel and take on supplies. The weather was variable, and as the two aircraft reached Strathclyde, 
					falling temperatures and cloud began to cause icing of their wings and control surfaces. The pilot 
					of the second B-29 decided conditions had become too severe to continue, and turned back for Scampton. 
					Unfortunately, there is no record of the circumstances surrounding the first aircraft. The B-29 crashed 
					into the side of Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn, a hill in Succoth Glen, near Lochgoilhead, Argyll, spreading 
					wreckage in the valley between Stob na Boine and Beinn Tharsuinn. All twenty passengers and crew 
					perished, with the aircraft being consumed by the resultant fire.
				62277 Delivered to USAAF 11Feb46.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Group, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Converted to WB-29.  Crashed Sep 18, 1953 500 mi E of Cape Hatteras on return flight from Hunter AFB
					to home base at Kindley AB, Bermuda when a runaway prop on No. 3 engine caused it to separate and strike 
					No. 4 engine setting it and the wing on fire.  Pilot ordered immediate bailout, but aircraft went out of 
					control and exploded.  9 were able to bail out, but 6 were killed.
				62278 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb46.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12Nov53
				62279 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb46.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, March AFB, CA
					On 19 October 1950 the aircraft took off for a combat mission against North Korea.  Shortly after 
					takeoff some sort of trouble developed in the number one engine which caught fire. This required 
					that they salvo the bombs to lighten the aircraft, which action would have enabled it to return to the base.  
					Although the bombs were dropped in a safe condition, some of them exploded on impact with the sea.  
					Fragments of the bombs severely damaged the airplane to the extent that it was necessary to ditch in 
					the sea about five miles from the end of the runway. Eight crew died, three survived.
				62280 Accident 13Sep53 landing at El Paso International Airport, TX
				62281 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb46.  Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group [1947]. 
					Deployed to Kadena, Okinawa [1948]; Sculthorpe, England [1949]; Yokota, Japan [1950-52].  Named ‘Fire Ball’
					Damaged by AAA over Pyongyang on May 7, 1951; recovered at Yokota AB, Japan. 
					Converted to WB-29.  Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep53 for storage. SOC Feb57
				62282 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
  					To RAF Mar 11, 1952 as Washington WZ967.  Assigned to 192 Squadron, Central Signals Establishment, 
					RAF Watton Apr52.  To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Island for storage. Scrapped 17Apr58
					To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness Sep 16, 1958 for use as a target and ordnance testing
				62283 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 374th Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ
					Accident 23Jun49 4 miles WSW of Waco, TX
					To RAF Mar 3, 1952 as Washington WZ966.  Assigned to 192 Squadron, Central Signals Establishment, RAF Watton Apr52
					To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Island for storage. Scrapped 17Apr58
					To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness Sep 16, 1958 for use as a target and ordnance testing
				62284 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
				62285 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar46.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.  Assigned to 6550th Air Base Group, Patrick AFB, FL
					Accident 9Apr53 when the aircraft landed short at Patrick AFB, FL
				62286 Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 343rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Accident 13Dec50 during taxying at Barksdale AFB, LA.  Lend-lease to Royal Air Force 3Mar52 as WZ968
					Assigned to 192 Squadron, Central Signals Establishment, RAF Watton Jun52
					To 23 Maintenance Unit, Aldergrove, Northern Island for storage. Scrapped 17Apr58
					To Proof and Experimental Establishment, Foulness Sep 19, 1958 for use as a target and ordnance testing
				62287 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar46.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL.  Combat damage 7May51 by AAA at Pyongyang, North Korea
				62288 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar46.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 324th Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ
					Accident 15Mar49 due to mechanical failure landing at Offutt AFB, NB
				62289 Delivered to USAAF 26Mar46.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 324th Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, McGuire AFB, NJ
					Accident 7Jun49 due to engine failure landing at Kelly AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
				62290 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr46.  Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 324th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Accident 4Mar50 during taxying at Barksdale AFB, LA
					To Yokota AB, Japan 20Jun52 for missions over Korea. Later deployed to Alaska for missions over 
					Kamchatka then on to Europe and North Africa.
					Assigned to San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, TX Jun53  To TEMCO for maintenance 1953
					Assigned to 6091st Reconnaissance Squadron, Yokota AB, Japan Mar54
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ for storage
					Assigned to San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, TX
					Modified to test the RB-50 Airborne Communication Reconnaissance Program [Big Safari]
					Used as prototype for Airborne COMINT Reconnaissance Platform program.  Later modified 
					for Project Blue Sky, a communications intelligence project.
					SOC at Yokota AB, Japan May 9, 1957 due to corrosion.  Served as a
					fire-fighting carcass there until consumed and scrapped.
				62291 Delivered to USAAF 22Apr46
				62292 Delivered to USAAF 22Apr46.  Assigned to 3171st Electronics Research Group, Rome AFB, NY
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Sep54
				62293 Delivered to USAAF 22Apr46.  Modified to EB-29A
					Assigned to 3203rd Maintenance & Supply Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to 6520th Flight Test Squadron, 6520th Test Support Wing, LG Hanscom AFB, MA
					Damaged 28May54 due to mechanical failure 4 miles NE of LG Hanscom AFB, MA
					Accident 13Aug54 taking off at LG Hanscom AFB, MA
				62294 Delivered to USAAF 22Apr46.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 3203rd Maintenance & Supply Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to 3200th Proof Test Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Accident 29Mar52 landing at Eglin AFB, FL
				62295 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr46.  Named ‘The Iron Bird’
					Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				62296 (MSN 11773).  Delivered to USAAF 29Apr46
					Modified to F-13A; redesignated 1948 as RB-29A
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, Morrison AAF, Fl
					Damaged 17Dec46 due to mechanical failure at Morrison AAF, FL
					Assigned to 324th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					(91st SRW/324th SRS(M) crashed and caught fire on approach to Carswell AFB Aug 14, 1950.  Four of 12 crew
					killed.  Assigned to 324th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					RAF database has this going to RAF as WZ968, but WZ968 was 44-62268
				62297 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr46.  Modified to WB-29A
					Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather, Fairfield-Suisun AFB, WA
					Accident 10Jun49 landing at Fairfield-Suisan AFB, WA.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 17Nov53
				62298 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr46  Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 17Nov53
				62299 Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 112th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, Western Air Defense Force (WADF), Hamilton AFB, CA
					W/o Sep 8, 1952 in crash 4 mi NNE of Phillipsburg, Montana due to engine failure.  Crew bailed out.
				62300 Delivered to USAAF 1May46.  Modified to EB-29A
					Assigned to 3203rd Maintenance & Supply Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Assigned to HQ Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.  Damaged 3Mar52 due to mechanical failure at Fort Walton, FL
					Assigned to 6571st Support Squadron, Eglin AFB, FL.  Accident 15Feb53 on the ground at Eglin AFB, FL
				62301 Delivered to USAAF 1May46.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62302 Delivered to USAAF 3May46.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Jul53 for storage
				62303 Delivered to USAAF 3May46.  Assigned to 96th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Chatham AFB, GA
					Accident 3Aug49 taxying at Chatham AFB, GA.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
				62304 Assigned to 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 3Apr50 due to mechanical failure landing at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Assigned to 16th Bomb Group. Named ‘Miss Lace’
				62305 Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 
				62306 Modified to WB-29A.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather.  To GIA 17Mar52
				62307 Delivered to USAAF 31May46.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20May53 for storage
				62308 Assigned to 65th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Damaged 13Dec46 at Kelly AAF, TX.  To GIA 17Mar52
				62309 Delivered to USAAF 20May46.  Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Walker AAF, KS
					Assigned to 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					W/o Jul 27, 1948 in crash into sea after takeoff Khormaksar, Aden.  6 killed.
44-62310/62328		Boeing B-29A-75-BN Superfortress
				MSN 11787/11805.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				62310 Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
				62311 Delivered to USAAF 21May46.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20May53 for storage
				62312 Delivered to USAAF 20May46
					Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
					Accident 19Sep50 taxying at Walker AFB, NM.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62313 Delivered to USAAF 22May46.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 24May53 for storage
				62314 Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Gas Gobbler’.  Named ‘Lucky Lady’
					Used for a round-the-world flight. With two other B-29 aircraft, they departed Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 
					22Jul48 to MacDill AFB, FL; Departed 23Jul48 to Azores and Wheelus Field, Libya but the formation 
					returned to the Azores with engine failure on another aircraft. Departed 26Jul48 to Wheelus Field, 
					Libya and RAF Khormaksar, Aden. Departed Aden 28Jul48 but returned when one of the aircraft crashed 
					into the sea during take-off. Departed 29Jul48 to Negumbo, Ceylon and Clark Field, Philippines. 
					Later routed to Yokata, Japan, Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage and back to Davis-Monthan on 6Aug48
				62315 Delivered to USAAF 22May46. Assigned to 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 9Feb47 taxying at Greater Pittsburg Airport, PA
					Accident 3Nov47 taxying at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Satan’s Mate’
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Lakenheath, England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62316 Delivered to USAAF 29May46.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Group, Walker AFB, NM
					Accident 13Jul50 landing at Walker AFB, NM
					Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 24May53 for storage
				62317 Assigned to 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 10Mar48 taxying at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  To GIA 17Mar52
				62318 Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Accident 23Oct50 at Fairfield-Suisun AFB, CA
				62319 Delivered to USAAF 29May46.  Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					W/o Mar 8, 1951, Zamora, California.  Crashed after the crew bailed out due to engine failure and fire
				62320 Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group, 15th AF.
					Crashed 1.5 mi from Wilsonville, Oregon Oct 8, 1952 after collision with F-94
					fighter.  No survivors.  This aircraft, from Travis AFB, was flying a simulated bombing mission 
					against Portland. An F-94A from McChord AFB, 49-2574, collided with the B-29A during a simulated 
					gunnery pass. The F-94 was able to land at Aurora airport. The B-29 suffered serious structural 
					failure and crashed.
				62321 Assigned to 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Damaged 21Aug47 due to engine failure 35 miles SE of Merced, CA
					Damaged 30Oct47 due to weather 40 miles E of Dallas, TX
				62322 Delivered to USAAF 29May46.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Jun53 for storage
				62323 Delivered to USAAF 7Jun46.  Assigned to 409th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 27Oct46 taxying at Mitchel AAF, NY
					Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Lakenheath, England Feb51-May51
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 9Sep54
				62324 Delivered to USAAF 29May46.  Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX
					Assigned to 63rd Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 17Jan47 landing at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				62325 Assigned to 96th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group
				62326 to RAF as Washington B.1 WF552 Apr 25, 1951. Assigned to 15 Squadron, RAF Coningsby
					Assigned to 115 Squadron, RAF Marham. Returned to USAF Feb 22, 1954.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				62327 Salvaged 20Mar51
				62328 Delivered to USAAF 11Jun46	The last B-29 to be delivered
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Assigned to 248th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 64th Bomb Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ 12Dec46
					Named ‘Pride of Tucson’, the winning entry in a contest held by the radio show ‘Wings over Tucson’
					Assigned to 20th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Chatham AFB, GA
					Damaged 14Apr50 due to mechanical failure 41 miles ESE of Chatham AFB, GA
					Assigned to Air Materiel Command, Columbus AAF, MS 31May50
					To Air Material Command at Robins AFB, GA for refit prior to being loaned to the RAF
					Departed Robin AFB, GA 17Mar51.  To RAF as Washington B.1 WF547 Apr 7, 1951.  Returned to USAF Oct 20, 1953.
					Assigned to 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot for storage, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54			
44-62329/62909		Cancelled contract for B-29
				MSNs 11806/12386 assigned to this lot.
44-62910/63159		Cancelled contracts
44-63160/64159		North American P-51D-20-NA Mustang
				MSN 122-30886/31885.
				63161 (364th FG, 384th FS, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Wissenbach, 6 km SE of
					Dillenburg, Germany due to fuel system failure Dec 29, 1944.  MACR 11174.  Pilot survived and became
					POW.  Aircraft destroyed by P-51D to prevent its capture.
				63162 (355th FG, 358th FS, "Little Brown's Jug") lost to flak near Minden and bellied in near
					Bad Eilsen Jan 20, 1945.  MACR 11916.  Pilot POW
				63163 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) in ground accident at RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England Jan 10, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63165 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in taxiing accident at Lecce airfield, Italy Apr 6, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63166 (4th FG) shot down Mar 3, 1945 while attacking ground
					targets.  Pilot was picked up by another 4th FG pilot who
					landed and gave him a ride back to the base at Debden.
					The same pilot had been shot down before in 44-13883 and
					had spent a month being hidden by the French resistance before
					being returned to duty.
				63167 (375th FS, 361st FG) in taxiing accident at Chievres airfield, Casteau, Belgium Feb 8, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63169 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres En Haye Airfield A-98 Meurthe-et-Moselle,
					France Mar 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63170 (78th FG  82nd FS) crash landed Mar 1, 1945 while on a training flight
				63171 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing train N of Kaiserlautern, Germany 
					Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12594.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63173 (375th FS, 361st FG) crashed during wheels up belly landing at Chievres airfield, Casteau, Belgium after
					ran out of fuel Feb 14, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Repaired and in landing accident
					at Chievres airfield A-84 Casteau, Belgium Mar 8, 1945.   Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown
					if repaired.
				63174 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot down by friendly fire over Belgium Jan 14, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and
					survived.
				63176 (MSN 122-30902) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2076.
				63177 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing marshaling yard 25 mi W of Hannover,
					Germany Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12613.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63181 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Wimpole Hall, Cambridgeshire, England while
					on training flight Jan 13, 1945.  Pilot killed
				63182 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield at Luneburg, Germany and crashed
					in a wooded area 1 km E of Laasch, near Neuwtadt-Glewe, Germany Feb 3, 1945.  MACR 12166.  Pilot
					bailed out and became POW.
				63183 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF0 in forced landing behind Russian lines in Germany due to mechanical
					failure Mar 17,1945
				63184 (364th FG, 385th FS, 8th AF) crashed at Frieberg, Germany due to engine failure Mar 17, 1945.  MACR 13306.
					Pilot killed.
				63185 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) hit by 20 mm AA fire while strafing marshaling yard 50 mi NE of
					Frankfurt, Germay and crashed at Kappel, 6 km NE of Kirchberg, German Feb 9, 1945.  MACR 12167.
					Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63186 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Lesina airfield, Foggia, Italy Feb 12, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63188 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA NE of Hamburg, 4 mi E of Elmshorn, Germany Jan 17, 1945.  
					MACR 11861.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63189 (479th FG, 434rd FS, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 15 mi SE of Magdeburg, Germany
					due to engine failure Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12881.  Pilot was seen walking away into some woods, unknown
					if he was captured or evaded.
				63190 (402nd FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Munchen_Gladbach airfield Y-56
					due to engine failure Apr 14, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				63192 (436th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England Feb 3, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63193 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Neustadt, Germany Feb 21, 1945.  MACR 12599.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown
				63194 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Mondolfo airfield, Marche, Italy Mar 9, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63196 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes, France Apr 15, 1945.  Pilot 
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63197 (350t FS, 353rd FG) crashed at Thaxted Lodge, Essex, England due to structural failure Apr 15, 1945.
					Pilot killed.
				63199 (362nd FS, 357th FG, "Toolin' Fool's Revenge") crashed from unknown cause at RAF Leiston Mar 24, 1945.  
					Pilot killed.
				63201 (310th Ferry Squadron Base Air Depot Area, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at RAF Pestwick airfield,
					Ayrshire, Scotland while on ferry flight Dec 20, 1944.  Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				63203 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) drashed at Vielbach, NE of Montabaur, Germany due to engine failure 
					Feb 28, 1945.  MACR 12795.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63204 (3rd Scouting Force, 55th FG) in landing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England Apr 8, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63205 (460th FS, 348th BG, 5th AF) crashed W of Kyushu, Japan in East China Sea due to engine failure 
					Aug 6, 1945.  MACR 14887.  Pilot bailed out but was never seen again.
				63207 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) hit by AAA while strafing locomotives near Stuttgart, Germany, tried to fly home
					but crashed near Valenciennes, France Feb 20, 1945.  Pilot killed
				63209 on display at American Air Museum, Duxford, UK.  This is a replica.
					The original 63209 crashed from unknown cause SE of Nordlinge., Germany Apr 4, 1945 with
					78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF ("Sherman was Right").  MACR 13399.  Pilot killed
				63212 (Headquarters, 78th FG, 8th AF) crshed from unknown cause 8 mi W of Haguenau airfield, France Apr 21, 1945.
					Pilot killed.
				63214 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing airfield at Prague, Czechoslovakia Apr 15, 1945.
					MACR 13862.  Pilot killed.
				63215 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed 50 mi W of Hague, Holland in North Sea after aircraft caught fire
					Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13951.  Pilot bailed out and was seen in water, but was never seen again.
				63217 (435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England Jan 38, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63218 converted to 2-seater for use by 55th FG
				63219 (MSN 122-30945) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2067.
				63220 (357th FG, 363rd FS) crashed in bad weathernear Leiston air station, England Jan 16, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				63221 (362nd FS, 357th FG) in landing accident at RAF Leiston, Suffolk, England Mar 17, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft was destroyed.
				63225 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England Apr 6, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63227 (MSN 122-30953) to Italian AF as MM4303
				63229 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed near airfield at Alsfeld, Germany after wing broke off during a
					dive Feb 22, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				63230 (14th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashlanded at RAF Mount Farim, Oxfordshire, England after ran out of
					fuel Mar 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63231 (MSN 122-30957) to Swedish AF as 26127.  W/o Jun 16, 1952
				63233 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed near Asendorf on the Asendorf Nienburg Road, Graue, Germany after
					hitting trees while strafing trucks Feb 11, 1945.  MACR 12322
				63236 (435th FS, 479th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England
					Mar 31, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63238 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed on takeoff 1 mi W of RAF Duxford, Cambridgeshire, England Mar 5, 1945.
					Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
				63242 (F-6D, MSN 122-30968) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2106.
				63245 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA 1 mi S of stettin, 15 km W of Heilbronn, Germany Jan 13, 1945.
					MACR 11856.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63246 assigned to 82nd FS, 78th FG based at Duxford, UK
				63248 (78th FG, 83rd FS, 8th AF) hit by AAA while strafing barge in canal N of Meppen, Germany.  Pilot tried
					to make it back but crashed in Ijsselmeer, Netherlands Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12628.  Pilot bailed out but was
					killed.
				63249 (MSN 122-30975) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2116.
				63250 (359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) shot down by 88-mm AAA at Heilbronn, Germany and crashed 3 km SE of Kim,
					Germany Feb 20, 1945.  MACR 12552.  Pilot bailed out but he was too low and was killed.
				63255 (MSN 122-30981) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2052.
				63256 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in France Feb 19, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived.
				63259 (354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, England
					Feb 3, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63261 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) groundlooped at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes, France Mar 3, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, washed out.
				63263 (MSN 122-30989) to Swedish AF as 26058.  W/o Jun 21, 1950.
				63268 (356th FG, 359th FS) diverted to Couvron Airfield, Laon, France due to
					weather after raid on marshalling yard at Kaiserslauten, Germany Jan 18, 1945.
					Departed alone from enginand that same afternoon.  Lost contact 20
					mi off Clacton-on-Sea, England.  Plane and pilot MIA.
				63271 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at Collins Pebworth, Worcestershire, England
					Feb 6, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				63272 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				63275 (342nd FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) crashed from unknown cause S of Wasa, Luzon Apr 3, 1945.  MACR 14133.
					Pilot bailed out and landed behind enemy lines and was MIA.
				63279 (78th Ft, 83rd FS, "Mr Ted III") sold to Sweden in 1948 and used there as spare parts source.
				63280 (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in landing accident at Dagua Airfield East Sepik,
					Papua New Guinea May 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63284 (72nd FS, 21st FG) crashed on takeoff at Central Field, Iwo Jima Apr 30, 1045.  Pilot killed
				63285 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Burg airfield Near Magdeburg, Germany
					Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12863.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63286 (82nd FS, 78th FG) ditched from unknown cause in English Channel Dec 29, 1944.  Pilot survived and
					was rescued.
				63287 (55th FG 338th FS, "My Jane") crash landed Apr 16, 1945  due to flak hit, pilot later found
                            unconscious in aircraft.  Originally posted MIA.   MACR 13917
				63289 (531st FS, 21st FG) ground looped at Central Field, Iwo Jima due to mechanical failure Jun 30, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63290 w/o Feb 4, 1945 at Nadzab, PNG on takeoff
				63294 (460th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) crashed off Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean after ran out of fuel 
					Aug 11, 1945.  MACR 14853.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				63295 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 35-45 mi SE of Kyushu, Japan over Pacific
					Ocean Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14351.  Pilot killed.
				63297 w/o May 9 1947 when ground looped at Chitose AB, Japan
				63302 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost at sea from unknown cause 60 mi N of Iwo Jima Jun 30, 1945.
				63310 (360th Air Service Group, CRTC School, 5th AF) crashlanded 10 mi W of Nadzab airfield Morobe, Papua
					New Guinea Mar 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63311 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed on takeoff at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				63314 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 21, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63324 (4th Fighter Squadron Commando, 3rd Air Commando Group, 5th AF) crashed into mountain 3 mi N of Likiti,
					Formosa due to bad weather Jun 6, 1945.  MACR 14678.  Pilot killed.
				63325 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 22, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				63328 (155h FG, 78th FS, "Moogie II") MIA May 25, 1945 on mission to Matsudo
					Airfield, Japan.  MACR 14499.
				63331 (4th Fighter Squadron Commando, 3rd Air Commando Group, 5th AF) crashed into mountain 3 mi N of
					Likiti, Formosa due to bad weather Jun 26, 1945.  MACR 14680.  Pilot killed.
				63335 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) hit by machine gun fire and crashed into water while on shipping 
					strike along NW coast of Kyushu, Japan Aug 14, 1945.  MACR 15701.
					Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				63337 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14649.  Pilot and plane 
					never found.
				63338 (HQ, 3rd Air Commando group, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause 30 mi N of Morotai Island in Maluku Islands,
					Indonesia due to bad weather Feb 26, 1945.  MACR 15904.  Pilot MIA
				63350 (MSN 122-31076) on civil registry as N2870D, then as N51TK with Amphib, INC, Lake Zurich, IL.  N51TK was noted during 1997 
					painted as '413410'.  Suffered substantial damage when lost control during
					a go-around at Camarillo, Apt, CA Jul 15, 2007 and rolled left
					and impacted the ground beside the runway inverted.  Pilot killed.  Confusion with 44-63550.
				63352 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jun 24, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63353 named "Jimmy" with 78th FS, 15th FG
				63355 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 5 mi N of Iwo Jima due to engine failure Jul 3, 1945.  Pilot bailed out
					and was rescued.
				63357 (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in landing accident at Nadzab airfield Morobe, Papua
					New Guinea Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63358 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) ground looped at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63359 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to bad weatehr Apr 28, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63360 (318th FS, 325h FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause 20 mi NW of Budapest, Hungary Mar 14, 1945.
					MACR 12994.  Pilot killed.
				63364 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) shot down by AAA N of Takao, Formosa Apr 13, 1945. MACR 14265.  Pilot bailed out and seen on
					the ground but never again, fate uncertain
				63371 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 25 mi No of Tori Shima Island in Izu Islands due to engine failure
					May 25, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				63373 (302st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) crashed 20 mi W of Nadzab airfield, Morobe, Papua New 
					Guinea due to mechanical failure Feb 25, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				63375 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63380 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 22, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63381 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed 29 mi N of Iwo Jima due to mechanical failure Aug 5, 1945.  MACR 14821.
					Pilot bailed out but believe drowned.
				63382 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) inl landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 4, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63383 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63385 w/o Jan 16, 1945 in crash 3 mi off Bellows Hd, Hawaii.  Pilot killed.
				63387 w/o Jan 13, 1945 Makapuu Hd, Hawaii.  Pilot lost
				63390 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost at sea from unknown cause N of Iwo Jima Jun 26, 1945.
				63392 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 251.  Crashed at Carrasco Oct 5, 1955
				63396 (317th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Rimini airfield, Italy Mar 26, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63398 (45th FS, 15th FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63399 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 100 mi from Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean Apr 26, 1945.
					MACR 14342.  Pilot killed.
				63400 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down in Korea May 11, 1951.
				63401 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 31, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63402 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 100 mi from Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean Apr 26, 1945.
					MACR 14344.  Pilot MIA and believe killed.
				63403 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) collided in midair with P-51D 44-63985 and crashed 10 mi off Mount Suribachi,
					Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean Jul 27, 1945.   Pilot killed.
				63404 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed in Tokyo Bay, off Yokohama, Japan Aug 6, 1945.  MACR 14844.
					Pilot bailed out was never seen again.
				63405 (15th FG) lost Aug 6, 1945, South Pacific.
				63406 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) collided in midar with P-51D 44-63698 over Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz,
					Germany Apr 15, 1945.  Able to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft DBR.
				63407 (MSN 122-31133) to Guatemalan AF as 324.  Back to USA and registered as N63407 in 1972.  Cancelled.
					Last reported with Connie Edwards
				63408 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63409 (72nd FS, 21st FG) shot down by AAA while strafing Itami airfield at Osaka, Japan Jul 30, 1945.  MACR 14813.
					Pilot released the canopy but was not seen to bail out and believe KIA.
				63416 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 14239.  Pilot KIA
				63417 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				63418 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 100 mi from Kyushu, Japan in Pacific Ocean
					Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14343.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				63420 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 9, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63422 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 100-150 mi from south of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean due to
					turbulent weather Jun 1, 1945.  MACR 14639.  Pilot killed.
				63423 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 30 mi S of Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean due to structural failure
					Aug 25, 1945.  Pilot killed. 
				63429 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost due to mechanical failure over Central Pacific Ocean May 8, 1945.
					MACR 14399.  Pilot killed.  Also MACR 14340 on Apr 26, 1945.  Believe aircraft not lost and returned
					on that date.
				63430 to NX66851, then to Dominican Republic in 1948 as FAD 1701.  Crashed at sea Oct 11, 1950.  Pilot bailed
					out and was rescued.  Might be 44-63539.
				63434 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 28, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63440 (MSN 122-31166) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2062.
				63446 (462nd FS, 506th FG) crashlanded at North Field, Iwo Jima May 18, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				63451 (46th FS, 21st FG) in takeoff acicdent at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 22, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63453  (15th FG, 78th FS, "Miss Jo III") crashed landed on Iwo Jima March 10, 1945.
				63456 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi offshore from Kahuku Point, Oahu, Hawaii
					in Pacific Oean while on training mission Jan 8, 1945.  MACR 16354.  Pilot killed.
				63457 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					but aircrafrt was destroyed.
				63458 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Chich Iima in Bonin Islands Jun 2, 1945.  MACR 14715.  
					Pilot killed.
				63460 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause 35-45 mi SE of Kyushu, Japan over Pacific Ocean 
					Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14339.  Never seen again after coming out of clouds.  Pilot killed.
				63463 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed from unknown cause 10 mi offshore from Kahuki Point, Oahu, Hawaii in
					Pacific Ocean while on training mission Jan 8, 1945.  MACR 16353.  Pilot killed.
				63464 (15th FG   47th FS) Mar 6, 1945 blew tire on landing  and ground looped.
				63467 (15th FG   47th FS) Jun 19, 1945 wrecked in a takeoff accident. 
				63471 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63472 (MSN 122-31198) became N1765B Oct 12, 1951, cancelled Dec 4, 1970.  Intended for sale to Dominican AF but
					sale fell through.  Aircraft presumably then scrapped.
				63473 (MSN 122-31199) on civil registry as N5437V, registered N551TF May 2, 2005
				63476 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 252.  Ditched in Rincon del Bonete
					dam Aug 8 1955.  Salvaged and rebuilt as N63476 "City of Winnipeg".  
					Photographed Sep 2007 with false tail number 484410 and name 
					"Cincinatti Miss"
				63478 to Urugayan AF Nov 1949 as 253.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
				63481 (MSN 122-31207) to RCAF as 9553.  To civilian registry as N6303T.
					Appears to have been converted to Cavalier Mustang.
				63483 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima May 10, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63484 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) crashed from unknown cause after strafing locomotive between Budejovice and
					Vesgli, SE of Budjevoice, Czechoslovakia Mar 26, 1945.  MACR 13213.  Pilot killed.
				63485 Nov 22, 1950 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 254.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.  Sep 15, 1960 to
					Bolivian AF as FAB 502.  Crashed at La Paz Mar 23, 1963.
				63491 (354th FG, 353rd FS, "Angel's Playmate") Displayed in the USSTAF [United States Strategic Air 
					Forces in Europe] Military Equipment Exhibition under the Eiffel Tower, Paris Aug-Sep 1945.
				63492 Nov 22, 1950 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 255.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.
					Aug 1967 to Bolivan AF as FAB 503.  Crashlanded at La Paz-El Alto
					May 22, 1965
				63500 (318th FS, 325th FG, 15th AF) hit by AAA while strafing railroads between Sopron and Wiener Neustadt,
					Austria and crashed 30 mi NW of Kaposvar, Hungary after engine failed Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13125.
					Pilot bailed out and was met by Russian soldiers.
				63503 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashlanded at Iwo Jima due to engine failure Jul 4, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					but aircraft was destroyed.
				63505 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost from unknown cause SW of Futagawa, Japan Aug 14, 1945.  MACR 14870.
					Pilot killed.
				63507 to RCAF as 9554.  To civilian registry as N6345F, and later numbers, all of which are uncertain. Also N6345T.  
					Plane was damaged in crash at Brownwood, TX in 1968.  Rebuilt, adopted the ID with FAA of 44-72483.
					Given registration of N51EA.  Now flyable and presented as "Double Trouble Two" 44-63684, still registred as N51EA.
					On display at Military Aviation Museum, Virginia Beach, VA.
				63508 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 256.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
				63511 (MSN 122-31237) to Swedish AF as 26149.  To Dominican Republic AF in 1952 as FAD 1901.
				63515 (2nd SAAF SQ) shot down by AAA Nov 29, 1951.
				63517 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 257.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.
				63518 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 250. Crashlanded on takeoff Jun 15, 1956
				63521 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 3 mi SW of Bieville en Haye, France Mar 23, 1945.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				63522 (307th FS, 31st FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Mondolfo airfield, Marche, Italy Mar 16, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				63524 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Magdeburg, Germany
					Apr 19, 1945.  MACR 14200.  Pilot killed.
				63526 w/o Apr 17 1947 South Plains AAF, Texas.  Pilot lost.
				63530 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 258. SOC Nov 14, 1957
				63532 (46th FS) belly-landed on Iwo Jima.  Pilot OK
				63535 (MSN 122-31261) to Uruguayan AF Dec 4, 1950 as FAU 259.  SOC 
					Feb 23, 1960.  To Bolivian AF Jul 26, 1960 as FAB 504.  SOC
					Apr 2, 1974.
				63536 (MSN 122-31262) to Nicaraguan AF as GN 116.  To N6167U, converted with Rolls-Royce Dart 510 as Cavalier Turbo Mustang III.
					Later fitted with Lycoming T55-L-9 turboprop and purchased by Piper Aircraft.  Submitted to USAF for A-X
					competition and later named Piper Enforcer.  Presumed as converted to PA-48 Enforcer prototype as N201PE
					with MSN PE1-1001.  N201)E registered to Lindair Inc Jan 15, 1979, cancelled Nov 14, 2012.
				63539 (MSN 122-31265) to Aviacion Militar Domicana as 402, later to Dominican AF as 1701.  W/o Oct 11, 1950
				63542 (MSN 122-31268) on civil registry as N5450V, then N51HR
				63546 (4th FS, 52nd FG, 15th AF) in landing accident at Madna airfield, Foggia, Italy Mar 19, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63549 (MSN 122-31275) to Uruguayan AF Dec 4, 1950 as FAU 260.  SOC 
					Feb 23, 1960.  To Bolivian AF Sep 15, 1960 as FAB ???.  Crashed
					Jul 30, 1961
				63551 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA near Frankfurt, Germany Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13660.
					Pilot killed.
				63552 (MSN 122-31278) to Swedish AF as 26049.  To Fuerza Aerea de Republica Domicana.  To Nicaraguan AF
					as GN 81. WFU 1955
				63553 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 261.  SOC Feb 23, 1960
				63555 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) crashlanded 13 km E of Leeuwarden Friesland, Netherlands after ran
					out of fuel Feb 25, 1945 while strafing an enemy airfield in Germany near Dutch border.  Dutch resistance
					helped the pilot evade.
				63559 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 262.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
				63560 (F-6D, MSN 122-31286) to Swiss AF as J-2108.
				63561 SOC after receiving wing damage in early 1945 after one wheel failed to 
					extend due to flak damage and pilot landed with two wheels.  Plane 
					cannibalized and left behind in Italy.
				63566 (341st FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) crashed between Clark Field and Lingayen Gulf in Philippine Islands
					due to engine failure Mar 8, 1945.  MACR 13304.  Pilot MIA and believed dead.
				63567 (343rd FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Renningen, 15 km W of Stuttgard, Germany after strafing
					train Feb 20, 1945.  MACR 12543.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63574 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU 263.  Sep 16, 1960 to Bolivian
					AF as FAB 505.  Crashed at La Paz Oct 12, 1963
				63575 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 264.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.
				63576 registered as N37492 in Evergreen collection, McMinnville, OR.  By mid-1996 
					(still with Evergreen) had been reregistered N51DH.
				63577 (MSN 122-31303) to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU265.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.  Later to
					Uruguayan AF Museum in 1960.  Returned to USA in 1985 andon US civil registry as N51TE.  Registered
					N151JT Sep 13, 2012
				63580 w/o Aug 7, 1945, Nurnburg, West Germay
				63583 (334th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashlanded in Belgium Apr 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63584 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-14/AS flown by Fw Willy Czernotzki of JG 53/7 N of 
					Limburg, Germany Mar 16, 1945.  MACR 13077.  Pilot killed.
				63588 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed near Eferding, Austria due to engine failure Apr 15, 1945.
					MACR 14099.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute opened just as he hit the ground.
				63592 (MSN 122-31318) became NX61151, then to Israeli Defense Force AF as 2324.
				63593 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU266.  SOC Nov 14, 1957
				63594 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as UAU267.  Crashed near Uruguayana Jul 2, 1959
				63599 (335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed 3 km E of Bierda near Walsrode, Germany ffter hit by explosion of
					target it has just strafed Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12899.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63602 (MSN 122-31328) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2050.
				63606 to RCAF as 9555.
				63611 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 268.  Involved in midair collision and
					crashed Oct 4, 1956.
				63613 (MSN 122-31339) to Uruguyan AF Nov 1949 as FAU270 (not 269).  SOC Nov 14, 1957.  
					Stored at Montebello, CA and eventually put on display at Montevideo-
					Carrasco AP.  Reported 1984 stored somewhere in USA
				63615 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 270.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.  Now on display
					at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware.  Also reported to be on display
					at Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina
				63618 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 271.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.
				63619 (F-6D, MSN 122-31345) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2107.
				63620 (83rd FS, 78th FG) wrecked at RAF Duxford May 6, 1945.
				63621 (27th PRS, 7t PRG, 8th AF) in landing accident at Chievres Airfield A-84 Casteau, Belgium Mar 5, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63624 (356th FG, 355th FS, 9th AF) shot down by 20-mm AAA while strafing train near Bamberg, Germany Feb 23, 1945.  
					MACR 12644.  Pilot KIA
				63627 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashed after midair collision at Bingen, Germany Apr 19, 1945.
					Pilot killed, aircraft destroyed.
				63629 to Italian AF as MM4234.
				63630 (MSN 122-31356) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2051.  W/o after emergency landing at
					Buochs Oct 20, 1948.
				63631 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed after being hit by explosion of boxcar in train just strafed W of
					Erfurt, Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13674.  Pilot killed.
				63633 (MSN 122-31359) (357th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire,
					England Apr 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Repaired and to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2069.  
					W/o in emergency landing near Vilters Mar 24, 1950.
				63634 (MSN 122-31360) to Swedish AF as Fv26121, then to Nicaraguan AF as GN 93
					Jan 17, 1955.  Later on civil registry as N6149U (sale reported Jan 14, 1977), then N2114 Nov 9, 1965.  Crashed
					at Springfield, IL Apr 21, 1968.  Registration cancelled Oct 5, 1950
				63635 (MSN 122-31361) to Swedish AF as 26063.  W/o Oct 5, 1950
				63637 (MSN 122-31363) to Swedish AF as 26154.  W/o Sep 28, 1950
				63639 (MSN 122-31365) to Swedish AF as Fv26137, then to Nicaraguan AF 
					Jan 17, 1955.  Subsequently became N6262U, but crashed Oct 20, 1964
					during delivery flight back to USA
				63640 (MSN 122-31366) Nov 1949 to Uruguayan AF as FAU 274.  SOC
					Nov 14,1957.  July 26, 1960 to Bolivian AF as FAB ???
				63641 (F-6D, MSN 122-31367) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2097.  
				63643 (MSN 122-31369) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2103.  W/o after emergency landing near
					Inwil Oct 1, 1954.
				63646 (MSN 122-31372) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2060.  destroyed while taxing at Payerne Jun 18, 1953.
				63647 (462nd FS, 506th FG, 20th AF) in takeoff accident at North Field, Iwo Jima Jul 19, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63649 (MSN 122-31375, 355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 4 mi SE of St Mihiel, France after
					ran out of fuel Mar 23, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Must have
					been repaired, since went to Swedish AF as 26137.  Then to Nicaraguan AF.  Registered N6162U, crshed 1964,
					presumably on ferry flight from Nicaragua to USA.  Registration cancelled Jun 25, 1976
				63651 (201st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) crashed 15 m8 from Lae in the Huon Gulf, Morobe,
					Papua New Guinea while on practice dive bombing mission Apr 14, 1945.  MACR 13834.  Pilot killed.
				63652 (27th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashed 10 mi W of Meiningen, Germany due to mechanical failure Apr 15, 1945.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				63655 (MSN 122-31381) to Swedish Af then to Nicaraguan Af Jan 17, 1955.
					Later on civil registry as N6153U but crashed May 1, 1965 on
					delivery flight back to Usa.  Presumably rebuilt as now registered
					N5500S with Ambhib, Inc, Wheeling, IL
				63658 (362nd FS, 357th FG) crashed from unknown cause in North Sea Jan 19, 1945  while on ferry flight from RAF Stansted
					to RAF Leiston in Suffolk, England.  MACR 11872.  Pilot killed.
				63659 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed after hit by explosion of boxcar in train just strafed W of Erfurt,
					Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13675.  Pilot killed.
				63660 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA shile strafing airfield at Eferding, Austria Apr 25, 1945.
					MACR 14100.  Pilot killed.
				63663 (MSN 122-31389) to Guatemala AF as 354, then to N41749 with Howard Development, Big Springs, TX.
					Being restored to flying status as N41749.
				63666 (MSN 122-31392) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2064.
				63668 (MSN 122-31394) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2087. To Nicaraguan AF. On US civil registry as N6161U.
					Registration cancelled Aug 5, 2004 as sale reported 1977.  Aircraft last
					heard of somewhere in Texas during 1970.
				63670 (4th FG, 335th FS, 8th AF) shot down while strafing 2 mi N of Hesepe airfield near Osnabruck,
					Germany Mar 11, 1945.  MACR 16129.  Pilot bailed out but was killed when his parachute failed to
					open.  He was only 50 feet above the ground when he bailed out.
				63675 (MSN 122-31401) to Swedish AF, then to Nicaraguan AF.
					Later on US civil registry as N5452V, then N1751D
				63679 (MSN 122-31405, 356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at edge of airfield at Alsfeld, Germany
					Feb 22, 1945.  MACR 12651.  Pilot killed. 
				63681 (MSN 122-31407) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2123.
				63684 was "Double Trouble Two" with 352 FS, 353rd FG.
				63685 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause 3 mi SW of Vieville en Haye, France Mar 23, 1945.
					Pilot killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				63686 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly fire from P-51 by mistake near Karlsruhe, Germany
					Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12483.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63688 (MSN 122-31414) to Swedish AF as 26161.  To Dominican Republic AF in 1952 as FAD 1902.  Damaged in 1953 in 
					taxiing accident and used for spares.
				63690 (22nd PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Chalgrove, Oxfordshire,
					England Apr 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63691 (MSN 122-31417) to Swedish AF as 26068, then to Fuerza Aerea de Republica Dominicana and then
					to Nicaraguan AF.  WFU 1955
				63692 (F-6D, MSN 122-31418) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2098.
				63693 (MSN 122-31419) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2959.
				63694 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 30, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				63695 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed into woods ast Wernigerode, Germany after hitting tree tops while 
					strafing trucks Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 14209.  Pilot killed.
				63698 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) collided in midair with P-512D 44-63406 over Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, 
					Germany Apr 15, 1945.  Abile to land.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				63699 (MSN 122-31425) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2099.
				63701 (MSN 122-31427) to Swedish AF as 26015.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1904. Sold to Johnson 
					Aviation in USA in 1964 as N51VT, cancelled .  Now with Almanor Aviation of San Jose, CA as N26PW, 
					registered N26PW
				63704 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) ground looped at Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, Germany Apr 12, 1945.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				63705 (MSN 122-31431) to Swedish AF as 26148.  To Nicaraguan AF
				63708 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres en Haye airfield A-98 Meurthe-et-Moselle,
					France Feb 19, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63709 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost at sea from unknown cause 2 mi S of Iwo Jima Jul 14, 1945.
				63710 (363rd FS, 357th FG) collided in midair and crashed May 3, 1945 with RAF Mustang 1/2 mi E of Westleton, 
					Suffolk, England while on a training flight.  Pilot killed.
				63711 (MSN 122-31437) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2100.
				63712 (84th FS, 78th FS, 8th AF) crashed 30 mi W of Koblenz, Germqny in very bad weather Apr 21, 1945.
					MACR 14122.  Pilot killed.
				63716 (MSN 122-31442) to Swedish AF as 26047.  W/o Sep 30, 1946
				63717 (MSN 122-31443) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2046.  Collided with D-3801 J-172 over Belpberg
					Apr 24, 1951.
				63722 (MSN 122-31448) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2109.
				63723 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AA near Langensalza, Germany Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13576.
					Pilot MIA and fate unknown.
				63724  spotted in Iwo Jima junk yard of crashed 21st FG P-51's being salvaged by crews of 363rd Service Group.
				63729 (MSN 122-31455) to Swedish AF as 26146.  W/o Sep 22, 1954
				63730 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ansbach Airfield R-45 Katterbach, Germany May 1, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63732 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly fire from US Army troops near Erzenhausen, Germany
					Apr 4, 1945.  MACR 13845.  Pilot killed.
				63733 lost when B-29 crashed into line of planes.
				63735 (55th FG 338th FS) crashed 1/2 mile south of Thalhofen, Germany Sep 6, 1945.  Pilot killed. 
				63738 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, germany Apr 12, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				63739 (MSN 122-31465) to Swedish AF as 26070.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1906.
				63740 (368th FS, 359th FG) shot down by friendly fire over Ludendorgg Brige at Remagen, Germany Mar 10, 1945.
					MACR 13405.  Pilot killed.
				63742 (MSN 122-31468) became N1764B, cancelled Dec 4, 1970.  Intended for sale to Dominican AF
					but sale fell through.  Aircraft presumably scrapped.
				63743 (MSN 122-31469) to Swedish AF as 26016.  W/o Jam 25, 1950
				63744 (HQ, 21st FG) crashed 360 mi from Iwo Jima due to turbulent weather Jun 1, 1945.  MACR 14628.  Pilot and plane never found
				63745 (55th FG, 343rd FS, 8th AF) crashed 4 mi AS of Prague/Letnany, Prague, Czechoslovakia Mar 3, 1945.  MACR 12897.
					Pilot had landed to pick up a downed pilot but could not get up enough speed for takeoff and cartwheeled.
					Both pilots survived and became POWs.
				63747 plane marked at 44-63747 and registered as N251CS is really 44-74977.  Registered to Southern Heritage Air LLC.
				63748 (1st Scouting Force, attached to 857th BS) crashed north of Berlin, Germany due to engine failure
					Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13758.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63750  to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as 273.  SOC Nov 14, 1957.
				63751 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) lost from unknown cause over Germany Mar 18, 1945.  MACR 13133.  Fate of
					pilot unknown.
				63753 (46th FS, 21st FG) list from unknown cause over Pacific Ocean Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14275
				63754 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause WSW of Hiratsuka Kanagawa, Japan May 17, 1945.  MACR 14448.
					Pilot killed.
				63756 (46th FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63757 (317th Air Service Squadron, 5th Air Depot Group, 15th AF) in landing acident at Brindisi Airfield, Brindisi,
					Italy Mar 27, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63758 (MSN 122-31484) to Swedish AF as 26017.  W/o May 17, 1946.
				63759 (22nd PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, England May 3, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, repaired.  To Swedish AF as 26067.  To Dominican Republic AF in 1952 as FAD 1907.
				63760 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  Collided with another
					P-51D in midair and crashed 100-150 mi south of Osaka, Japan.  MACR 14647.  Pilot and plane never found.
				63762 (MSN 122-31488) (27th PRG, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at Denain/Prouvy A-83 Valenciennes,
					France.  Pilot survived.  Aircraft damaged but repaired.  To Swedish AF as 26129.  To Dominican Republic in 
					1952 as FAD 1908.  Registered N762WR Apr 16, 2009.
				63765 (364th FS, 357th FG) shot down by AAA 30 mi SW of Magdeburg, Germany Mar 2, 1945.  MACR 12866.
					Pilot bailed but was killed by German fighters.
				63766 (MSN 122-31492) to Swedish AF Apr 23, 1945, then to Nicaraguan AF
					as GN 94 Jan 17, 1955.  Subsequenty became N6166U as a Cavalier Mustang, cancelled Aug 19, 1971.
					Damaged after running off runway into fence, Wickenburg, AZ Mar 19, 1966
				63767 (MSN 122-31493) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2110.
				63768 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed after hit by exploding train just strafed near Schwabisch Hall,
					Germany Mar 30 1945.  MACR 13678.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63769 (MSN 122-31495)  (354th FG, 353rd FS) crashed 3 km W of Aschaffenburg, Germany after bomb either exploded
					on wing or just after dropped Feb 23, 1945. MACR 12634.  Pilot killed. 
				63774 (46th FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at south Field, Iwo Jima Aug 6, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63775 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Kumano-Nada, Southern Honshu, Japan Aug 1, 1945.  MACR 14817.
					Pilot MIA.  
				63779 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by 20-mm AAA from train and crash landed near Uder, Germany
					Mar 31, 1945.  MACR 13676.  Pilot survived and became POW.
				63782 w/o Mar 17, 1946 when ground looped at Neubiberg, West Germany
				63786 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) exploded in midair from unknown cause near railroad station in Kirn, Germany
					Feb 23 1945.  MACR 12635.  Pilot killed.
				63788 (MSN 122-31514). Became N6171C in 1957, cancelled, then N335J Jan 13, 1958, cancelled, then N3350 Feb 24, 1958,
					cancelled, then N166G Oct 1968, cancelled Jul 20, 1981 on export to UK, then G-PSID Jul 27, 1981,  cancelled
					Feb 19, 1988 on export to France,  then F-AZFI May 9, 1988.  As F-AZFI marked as French AF 412471 of the 
					L'Amicale Jean-Baptiste Salis Collection at La Ferte-Alais, was destroyed when crashed on take off at La Roche-sur-Yon,
					France Jul 24, 1998.  Pilot and passenger both killed.
				63790 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) hit by AAA while strafing train 10 mi from Neustadt, Germany Mar 3, 1945.
					MACR 12879.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63791 (MSN 122-31517) to Swedish AF as 26086.  To Dominican AF as 1926. Under restoration with 
					Warbird Recovery, reservation N151GP reserved Nov 9, 2006, taken up May 1, 2007.  Current with
					Brown Helicopter Inc, Pensacola, FL
				63793 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63795 (72nd FS, 21st FG) hit by AAA 5 mi SW of Suno Saki, Japan Jul 6, 1945.  MACR 14723.  Pilot bailed out
					5 mi offshore in Sagami Bay and got in his liferaft.  Rescue plane dropped him a boat.  Believe he was
					rescued.
				63801 (72nd FS, 12st FG) lost 360 mi from Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14650.
					Pilot and plane never found.
				63804 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by unknown pilot and unit near Querfurt, Germany
					Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13838.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				63807 to Uruguayan AF Nov 1949 as FAU 272.  SOC Feb 23, 1960.  Mar 19, 1960 to
					Bolivian AF as FAB 506.  Dec 1997 to Canadian user as C-GXUO, 
					on US civil registry as N20MS
				63808 (20th FG, 55th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA at Nunspeet, Netherlands Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12705.  Pilot KIA
				63809 (MSN 122-31535) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2054.
				63810 (MSN 122-31536) to 363rd FC, 357th FG.  Flew as "Stump Jumper".  Displayed at Norton AFB, CA.
					To Ed Maloney/The Air Museum, Ontario, CA 1965-1972.  Rebuilt
					to airworthy status, adopted ID 45-11367, registered as N63810.  To Robin Collard
					1973-1978.  To Jerry Hayes 1982-1988.  Damaged in belly landing
					at Denver, CO Jun 1984 but repaired. To Bernard Raouls
					1988-1992.  To Joseph Newsome 1992-2002. Registered as
					N451BC 1993.  Flown as "Angels Playmate" 
				63814 assigned to 159th Fighter Bomber Squadron Augmented I(159th FBSA), Florida ANG
				63815 (MSN 122-31541) to Swedish AF as 26157.  To Israel Defense Force AF as 3505
				63817 (MSN 122-31543) to Swedish AF as 26153.  To Israel Defense Force AF
				63818 (MSN 122-31544) to Swedish AF as 26147.  To Dominican Republic AF as 1942
				63819 (MSN 122-31545) to Swedish AF as 26150.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1909
				63820 (326th Ferrry Squadron, 1st Transport Group, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres en Haye airfield A-98
					Meurthe-et-Moselle, France while on ferry flight Feb 13, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63822 (MSN 122-31548)  became N3915B Sep 27, 1949 according to Warbirds Worldwide
					Directory.  No mention of going to SAAF.  Also listed as going to
					SAAF as 347. Crashed on landing Aug 16, 1951.
					Could also be 44-13851 (SAAF 374)
				63824 (MSN 122-31550) became N3916B Sep 27, 1949, cancelled Dec 22, 1949
				63825 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ober Olm Airfield Y-64 Mainz, Germany Apr 13, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63826 assigned to Dayton Army Air Field, Vandalia, OH.  Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical 
					Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Aug 14, 1945 to Apr 4, 1946.
					Assigned to Langley Field, VA
				63827 to RCAF as 9556.
				63829 (MSN 122-31555) became N3917B Sep 27, 1949, cancelled Dec 22, 1949.
				63830 (MSN 122-31556) to Swedish AF as 26125.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1910
				63831 (336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing Praha Kbely airfiell, Prague,
					Czechoslovakia Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14123.  Pilot killed.
				63832 (MSN 122-31558) became N5210N Sep 27, 1949, cancelled May 13, 1954.  Believed to have gone to Israeli AF
				63833 (MSN 122-31559) to Swedish AF as 26108.  To Israel Defense Force Air Force as 3605
				63835 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Ike") in landing accident at RAF Steeple Morden, Cambridgeshire, Englan
					Apr 11, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
				36840 (MSN 122-31566) to Swedish AF as 26157.  W/o Aug 9, 1950
				63842 (MSN 122-31568) to Swiss AF in 1948 in J-2124.
				63843 with 479th FG, 434th FS, named "Laura Jo".  To RCAF Jun 7, 1947 as 9557.  SOC Sep 20, 1960.
					To civilian registry as N6342T, cancelled.  Stored, unconverted at RCAF station Carberry, Nanitoba
					1957-1961.  Crashed during test flight at Carberry Aug 24, 1961.  To Robert Ediemert, Carmen, Manitoba
					in 1967 as wreckage.
				63844 (MSN 122-31570) became N3919B Sep 27, 1949, cancelled Jan 4, 1950
				63851 (2nd SAAF Sq) MIA Nov 4, 1951, Korea
				63853 (MSN 122-31579) (100th FS, 332nd FG (Tuskegee Airmen), 15th AF) in landing accident at Ramitelli
					airfield, Foggia, Italy Apr 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Must have been
					repaired, since became N3910 acccording to Warbirds Worldwide Directory.
					No mention of SAAF career or loss in Korea.  Report that it went to SAAF as 363.  Lost with No 2 Sqdn Nov 4, 1951
					 in Korea.
				63856 (MSN 122-31582) to Swedish AF as 26144.  W/o Sep 28, 1951.
				63857 (MSN 122-31583) to Swedish AF as 26042.  W/o Jul 20, 1948
				63860 (MSN 122-31586) to Swedish AF s 26035.  W/o Feb 2, 1949
				63861 (MSN 122-31587, 364th FS, 357th FG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF East Wrentham, Norfolk, England due
					to engine failure Feb 25, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.  Must have
					been repaired since to Swedish AF as 26145.  W/o Sep 28, 1951.
				63863 (MSN 122-31589) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2071.
				63864 (MSN 122-31590) During the war, this machine had been with the 78th FG/83rd FS, 8th AF, based at Duxford.  
					3 confirmed kills (2 ME 262s, one Bf 109), flown by Hubert Davis.  
					To Swedish AF in 1948 as 26158.  To Israel Defense Force AF  Feb 9, 1953 as 3506 (code 38).  To civil registry
					as 4X-AIM c 1984, cancelled on export to Sweden   Then became SE-BKG Apr 24, 1987, cancelled Apr 26, 2002
					on export to UK.  Registered G-CBNM Apr 29, 2002.  Sold to Fighter Collection of Duxford, UK.  
					Registered N251L Apr 16, 2010, current. 
					Ken Ellis has this plane becoming N251L after Israeli AF service, then N42805, 
					then SE-BKG, then G-CBNM.  Crashed Keflavik Airport, Iceland Jun 6, 1963 during ferry flight from France,
					pilot killed.  Wreckage stored in iceland.  Restored as N42805 May 1991.  Has fully operating machine guns.
					Preserved and on display at Fagen Fighters World War II Museum, Granite Fall, Minnesota as "Twilight Tear"
				63865 (MSN 122-31591) to Swedish AF as 26018.  Later to Dominican Republic AF, then to Nicaraguan AF
					as GN 90.  To civilian registry as N6163U Sept 23, 1963, cancelled.  Later became N51JK 1972,
					cancelled.  Rebuilt to TF-51 configuration by Square One of Chino, CA and re-registered N151TF.
				63868 to RCAF as 9558.  Crashed Nisutlin Bay, Teslin Lake, Yukon, Canada Jul 10, 1952 during dive bombing
					exercise due to wing failure.  Pilot killed.
				63869 (165th FS, Kentucky ANG) crashed near Franklin, KY Jan 7, 1948 during attempted 
					intercept of UFO.  Pilot Capt Thomas Mantell killed.   This incident is legendary in
					the folklore of UFOs and flying saucers.  The usual explanation was that Capt Mantell
					was trying to reach a Skyhood balloon (which was highly secret at the time) and lost
					consciousness due to a failure of his oxygen system and crashed.
				63870 (8th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Jan 31, 1952, Korea.
				63871 (MSN 122-31597) to Swedish AF as 26039 Apr 1945 as J 26 serial number 26039.  To Israel Defense Force AF Feb 6, 1953, 
					Later registered as N9722F.  In 1968 to Musee de'l Air at Le Bourget, France, falsely marked as 466318.
				63872 (MSN 122-31598 to RCAF as 9552.  To civilian registry as as N6519D, N6158D.
					Destroyed Jun 27, 1970
				63874 (MSN 122-13600) to Swedish AF as 26019.  W/o Apr 15, 1948
				63875 to RCAF as 9559.
				63879 (MSN 122-31605) to Swedish AF as 26128.  W/o May 29, 1951
				63880 (MSN 122-31606) to Swedish AF as 26156.  To Dominican Republic AF, to Nicaraguan AF as GN 97.  WFU 1955
				63883 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) crashed in South China Sea due to engine failure Jul 10, 1945 while on
					fighter sweep mission to Kyushu, Japan.  MACR 14747.  Pilot bailed out and was seen in the water but
					never seen again and believed drowned.
				63886 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Sep 13, 1951.
				63888 (MSN 122-31614) to Swedish AF as 26027.  W/o May 28, 1945
				63889 (MSN 122-31615) to N7710C, the to Canadian civil registry as CF-FUZ, C-FFUZ.  Later N4034S
				63891 (46h FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Sep 1, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63892 (MSN 122-31618) to Swedish AF as 26050.  W/o Sep 20, 1945
				63893 to RCAF as 9560.  to civilian registry as CF-PIO, N3333E.
				63896 (350th FS, 353rd FG) shot down by German fighter NW of Kassel, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13441.
					Pilot KIA.
				63900 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Aug 21, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63902 (21st FG   72nd FS) Apr 16, 1945 crashed on takeoff on mission to strafe the Japanese airfields
                              on the island of Kyushu. 
				63906 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) shot down by AAA over Kasumigaera airfield at Hohshu, Japan Jul 4, 1945.  MACR 14704.
					Pilot killed.
				63908 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 21, 1945.   Pilot survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				63911 (531st FS,21st FG, 7th AF) shot down by AAA 2 mi NW of Tacikawa, Japan Jul 28, 1945.  MACR 14801.  Pilot
					bailed out but was killed.
				63912 (21st FG, 531st FS, "Miss Jackie") ground looped at Central Field,
					Iwo Jima and wrecked Mar 30, 1945.  Used for spare parts.
					Declared excess and dropped from inventory Jun 11, 1945.
				63915 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause 4-5 mi NW of Nariamasu airfield, Japan Jul 28, 1945.  MACR 14802
					Pilot killed.
				63916 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 30, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63917 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause off caust of Nejimazaki, Japan May 17, 1945.  MACR 14446.
					Pilot killed.
				63918 (72nd FS, 21st FG) suffered mechanical failure at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 17, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63919 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Aug 21, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63920 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed 15 mi N of Iwo Jima after ran out of fuel Jun 9, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and
					was rescued.
				63921 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause 150 mi off Japan Jul 16, 1945.  No MACR.  Pilot killed.
				63922 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 13, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63925 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crshed 15 mi N of Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean due to mechanical failure 
					Jun 14, 1945.  MACR 14657.  Pilot killed.
				63926 (72nd FS, 21st FG) crashed on takeoff at Central Field, Iwo Jima due to engine failure May 17, 1945.
					Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				63927 (15th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  Pilot and plane never found.
				63928 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in takeoff accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to engine failure Jun 19, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63930 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14636.  Pilot and plane never found
				63931 (46th FS, 32st FG) in landing accident at Isley Field, Saipan Jan 4, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63932 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 4, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63933 (531st FS, 21st FG) ground looped at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jun 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
					damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63934 (531st FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jul 15, 1945.   Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63935 (21st FG, 72nd FS) crashed with engine fire Aug 1, 1945 Nomi valley village Takami Yoshino-gun, Nara Prefecture,
					Japan.  Pilot parachuted, captured, and was executed.  MACR 14814.
				63936 (531st FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jul 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63939 (72nd FS, 21st FG) collided in midair with P-51D 44-72886 and crashed 14 mi S of Iita Iwo Jima Jul 13, 1945.
					Pilot bailed out and survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63940 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 20 mi N of Kita Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean after arn out of fuel
					May 29, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				63941 (531st FS, 21st FG) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63942 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in ground accident while parked at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 4, 1945.  Aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63944 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed 5 mi off coast of Daio-Vaki, Japan due to engine failure Jun 9, 1945.  MACR 14648.
					Pilot bailed out but was killed.
				63948 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed into Pacific Ocean Jul 20, 1945 while on mission to Nagoya area, Japan.  MACR 14787.
					Pilot killed.
				63950 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) lost Jun 1, 1945 150 mi S of Osaka on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  
					MACR 14645.  Pilot and plane never found.
				63953 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 8, 1945.  Pilot
					survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63955 (21st FG   46th FS   "Tiny 'Gay Baba'") lost in a midair collision Sep 21, 1945,
                              40 miles southeast of Iwo Jima.
				63956 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 28, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
					was destroyed.
				63957 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Chichi Jima in the Bonin Islands May 10, 1945.  MACR 14407.
					Pilot killed.
				63958 (47th FS, 15th FG) crashed 150 mi S of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 due to bad weather.  
					MACR 14642.   Pilot and plane never found
				63962 (72nd FS, 21st FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14651.  Pilot and plane never found.
				63965 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 150 mi S of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 due to bad weather.  
					MACR 14643.  Pilot and plane never found.
				63968 (531st FS, 21st FG) in takeoff accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima May 30, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63970 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) diteched from unknown cause 1 mi SW of Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean Jun 15, 1945.
					Pilot rescued, aircraft was lost.
				63972 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 150 mi S of Osaka, Japan in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 due to bad weather.  
					MACR 14640.  Pilot and plane never found.
				63974 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) hit by AAA 5 mi S of Katori Airfield, Japan Aug 3, 1945.  Able to fly out to
					sea and pilot bailed out 7 mi off coast of Japan and was seen on raft, but never seen again.  MACR 14819.
				63975 (72nd FS, 21st FG) ditched from unknown cause 90 mi off Japan Jul 1, 1945.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
				63980 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to mechanical failure Jun 10, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63981 (72nd FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jun 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
					badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				63982 (463rd FS, 507th FG, 2nd AF) lost from unknown cause near Eniwetok Atoll, Marshall Islands while on ferry
					flight May 20, 1945.  MACR 16554.  Pilot MIA
				63983 (506th FG, 457th FS) hit by debris of a downed a Ki.100 and crashed 10 mi NW of Nagoya Bay, Japan Jul 16, 1945. 
					Pilot KIA. MACR 14675.
				63985 (531st FS, 21st FG, "The Deacon") collided in midair with P-51D 44-63403) and crashed 8 mi NW of Iwo Jima Jul 27, 1945.
					Pilot was killed, aircraft lost.
				63986 (531st FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown case after strafing ship at Chichi Jima in Bonin Islands Jun 3, 1945.
					MACR 14646.  Pilot killed.
				63987 (21st FG  531st FS) crshed from unknown cause off coast of Nejimazaki, Japan Jun 9, 1945 on a VLR escort 
					mission to Atsugi Airfield, Japan.  MACR 14445.  Pilot was KIA when he bailed out too low.
				63989 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 10, 1945.  Pilot survived, but 
					aircraft was destroyed.
				63990 (46th FS, 21st FG) lost from unknown cause over Osaka Bay, Japan Aug 8, 1945.   MACR 14843.  Pilot killed.
				63992 (MSN 122-31718) to Swedish AF as 26020, then to Israeli Defense Force AF as 2353, coded 58.
					Shipped to Gothenburg Sweden, arriving Jan 1, 1966.  Since 1979 on display at Flygvapenmuseum, Malmstatt, Linkoping, Sweden.
				63993 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima due to engine failure Apr 25, 1945.
					Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				63994 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed in Pacific Ocean due to engine failure while on mission to Japan July 28, 1945.
					Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
				63996 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed after spun in 400 mi From Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean Jun 1, 1945 
					due to bad weather.  MACR 14631.  Pilot and plane never found.
				63997 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed on takeoff at South Field, Iwo Jima Apr 29, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				63998 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Apr 26, 1945.  Pilot survived,
					aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				64004 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA, Yongwon-ni, Korea Oct 6, 1951.
				64005 to RCAF as 9561.  To civilian registry as CF-N6339T, N51WB, N51CK 
				64011 (355th FG, 357th FS, "Miss Steve") lost to flak over Ansbach Apr 8, 1945.  Pilot POW
				64012 (503rd FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at RAF Grafton Underwood,
					Northamptonshire, England Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				64015 (HQ, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed at Kagamigabara, Japan when aircraft disintegrated during compressibility
					dive Jul 19, 1945.  MACR 14782.  Pilot killed.
				64018 (40th FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) lost from unknown casue at Okinawa Jul 27, 1945.  MACR 15940.  Pilot MIA and
					presumed killed.
				64034 (MSN 122-31760) to Swedish AF as 26037.  W/o May 7, 1946
				64036 (4th Fighter Squadron, 3rd Air Commando Group, 5th AF) shot down by automatic weapons fire 5 mi SW of
					Taito, Formosa May 31, 1945.  MACR 14587.  Pilot MIA.
				64039 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause N of Kirn, Germany Feb 23, 1945.  MACR 12633.
					Pilot killed.
				64051 to Italian AF as MM4235
				64059 (MSN 122-31785) to Swedish AF as 26034.  To Israel Defense Force AF
				64062 (MSN 122-31788) to Swedish AF as 26033.  W/o May 15, 1945
				64065 (MSN 122-31791, 301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in landing accident at Nadzab Airfield Morobe, Papua
					New Guinea Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.  However, listed as going to Swedish
					AF as 26096, and w/o Jul 5, 1948
				64068 (355th FG, 358th FS) lost to flak anb bellied in 20 mi W of Rendsburg Apr 13, 1945.  MACR 13792.  Pilot POW.
				64071 (MSN 122-31797) to Swedish AF as 26082.  To Nicaraguan AF as GN 89.  WFU 1955
				64072 (MSN 122-31798) to Swedish AF as 26024.  To Israel Defense Force AF
				64084 (336th FS, 4th FS) crashed into farm land of Monks Road, Glossop, England May 29, 1945 on ferry flight
					from Debden to Speke.
				64087 (MSN 122-31813) to Swedish AF as 26046.  To Israel Defense Force AF as 3607
				64089 (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in midair collision 15 mi NE of Lae Morobe, Papua New
					Guinea May 17, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				64091 (MSN 122-31817) to Swedish AF as 26111.  To Dominican Republic AF as 1938
				64097 w/o Aug 14, 1946 in landing at Johnson AB, Japan
				64100 (MSN 122-31826) to Swedish AF as 26040.  To Israel Defense Force AF as 3502
				64101 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Sep 12, 1951, Korea. 
				64104 (MSN 122-31830) to Swedish AF as 26135.  W/o Jul 6, 1948
				64109 (MSN 122-31835) to Swedish AF as 26023.  W/o Sep 29, 1947
				64116 (33rth FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause 1 1/2 mi W oF Little Walden, Essex, England
					Apr 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				64122 (MSN 122-31848) to Swedish AF as 26130, then to Nicaraguan AF as GN 80 Jan 17, 1955.  Subsequently 
					registered N150TU Sep 23, 1963, cancelled, then N150U 1966, cancelled.  Registered N339TH May 23, 1997
					Reported 1990 as stored at Big Springs, TX.  On civil registry as N339TH with Ozark Management, Inc 
					of Jefferson City, MO
				64132 (MSN 122-31853) to Swedish AF as 26044.  W/o Feb 13, 1948
				64134 (51st FS) lost in Korea Jul 12, 1950.
				64143 (41st FS, 35th FG, 5th AF) believed crashed into East China Sea or Pacific Ocean while returning to Okinawa from
					mission to Shanghai, China Jul 22, 1945.  MACR 14834.  Pilot MIA and presumed killed.
				64144 (MSN 122-31870) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2055.
				64145  (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) in taxiing accident at Nadzab Airfield, Morobe, Papua
					New Guinea Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				64147 (MSN 122-31873) to Italian AF as MM4304
				64149 (MSN 122-31875) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2063.
				64151 (22nd PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashlanded 5 mi W of Munster, Germany due to engine failure Apr 6, 1945.
					Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				64152 (MSN 122-31878) to Swedish AF as 26110.  To Dominican Republic AF as 1911 in 1952.
				64156 (84th FSD, 78th FG, 8th AF) hit by AAA over Werder airfield, Germany and crashed 20 mi W of Berlin,
					Germany Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13772.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
				64157 (MSN 122-31883) to Swedish AF as 26005.  W/o Aug 19, 1948
				64158 (340th FS, 348th FG, 5th AF) lost from unknown cause Mar 15, 1945, SW Pacific.  MACR 13499
				64159 (343rd FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) collided in midair with unknown P-51D from 4th FG and crashed near Munich,
					Germany Apr 9, 1945.  MACR 13950.  Pilot killed.
44-64160/64179		North American P-51H-1-NA Mustang
				MSN 126-37586/37605.
				64164 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA 
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, Langley Field, VA Jun 20, 1945 to Sep 1946
				64173 (97th FS) ground looped May 11, 1948.  Aircraft w/o
44-64180/64459		North American P-51H-5-NA Mustang
				MSN 126-37606/37885
				64181 to RAF as Mustang IV KN987.  Used for trials at Aeroplane and
					Armament Experimental Establishment, no service use.  Fate unknown.
				64192 to US Navy as BuNo 09064 in 1948.  Reassigned to ANG in 1952. Was at one time used by
					NACA for studies of high subsonic performance. 
				64236 in Sep 1954 was with 1045h FG of Maryland ANG.
				64265 (MSN 126-37691) was accepted by USAAF July 1945 and sent to Pinecastle AFB in Florida where
					it was used as a training and familiarization aircraft.  Transferred
					to Chanute AFB to be used as airframe maintenance trainer.  Officially
					retired in 1949.  Was on display at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul, Illinois.  This museum
					was set to close Dec 31, 2015 and the plane was transferred to the Museum of Aviation, Robins AFB, Georgia.
				64314 reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N551H.  Was N1108H before becoming
					N551H.  Flying in airshows with false tail number of 464551 (44-64551)
				64328 (TP-51H, 3626 AMS, 3625 AMG) damaged in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, FL Jan 29, 1951.
				64333 (1053 MS, 1050 M&S) crashed Oct 19, 1950, 1 mi W of Fuquay Springs, NC.  Pilot killed.
				64334 flown by 131st FS, Massachusette ANG in Mar 1953.
				64335 to 101st FIS, Massachusetts ANG  in winter of 1951.
				64344 (611 AAFBU) crashlanded at Eglin Field, FL May 6, 1947.
				64353 flown by 133rd FS, New Hampshire ANG in 1952.
				64364 (97th FS) crashed while landing at Whitehourse, Yukon Apr 9, 1948.
					Pilot OK.
				64375 became N67149.  Was rebuilt from a wreck salvaged from Alaska.  The
					original had force landed at Steves Village and had been stripped
					and deliberately destroyed
				64376 on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
				64415 assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA, later the NASA 
					Ames Research Center Dec 18, 1946 to Apr 1961.  Registered as NACA 130
					Modified with gun sight tracking displays.  Now airworthy as N49WB.  Was N313H before becoming N49WB
				64416 force landed at Stevens Village, Alaska and was stripped
					and deliberately destroyed.
				64420 loaned to US Navy for low speed performance testing Aug 1945.
				64453 in May 1952 flown by 104th FG of Maryland ANG
44-64460/64714		North American P-51H-10-NA Mustang
				MSN 126-37886/38140.
				64471 (56th FG, "Jackie")
				64532 flown by 169th FS of Illinois ANG in 1952
				64558 crashed during cross-country flight.  Pilot killed.
				64562 flown by 126th FS of Wisconsin ANG in Mar 1953.
				64570 flown by Massachusetts ANG aerial demonsration team.
				64603 assigned to 159th Fighter Bomber Squadron Augmented (159th FBSA), Florida ANG
				64605 (New York ANG) collided with another F-51H duing night landing Jul 29, 1953.
					Other F-51H might have been 44-64373
				64647 assigned to 159th Fighter Bomber Squadron Augmented (159th FBSA), Florida ANG
				64648 (1 AAFBU) damaged in takeoff accident at Selfridge Field, MI Oct 4, 1946.
				64651 (3626 MS, 3625 MSG) damaged in landing accident at Tyndall AFB, FL Jan 17, 1953.
				64652 (1 AAFBU) crashed 5 mi NE of Frederick, PA Aug 18, 1946
				64655 crashed into wooded hillside near Granby, Connecticut May 7, 1954.  Pilot killed.
				64672 assigned to 159th Fighter Bomber Squadron Augmented (159th FBSA), Florida ANG
				64683 assigned to 159th Fighter Bomber Squadron Augmented (159th FBSA), Florida ANG
				64691 Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Jan 25, 1947 to May 17, 1948.
					Used for transonic model tests.
				64697 (3625 ABG) crashed 5 mi NNW of Sunset, AZ Dec 30, 1950
				64700 loaned to US Navy and modified with centerline catapult launch fitting, but never went aboard ship.
				64703 Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Nov 6, 1947 to May 17, 1956
					Registered as NACA 110.  Used for transonic model tests
				64711 (56th FIG, 63rd FIS) crashed 6 mi SW of Oscoda AFB, MI Jun 26, 1951.
44-64715/65159		North American P-51H-NA
				Contract cancelled
44-65160/65168		North American P-82B Twin Mustang
				MSN 123-43746/43754
				65162 (MSN 123-43748)on display on pylon at Lackland AFB up until 1966.
					Donated to Confederate Air Force May 1966 and restored
					to flying status in 1969.  Suffered crash landing at
					Harlingen, TX Oct 10, 1987.  Currently undergoing
					restoration.  Noted as N12102 at Gillespie Field, CA Jan 2002.  Latest
					issue of *Aircraft Illustrated* reports aicraft back with CAF at Midland,
					TX but only restored to static display condition.  CAF wants to exchange
					the plane for something else, but the NMUSAF claim that they own the
					aircraft and it must be returned to them.   Reported in Apr 2008
					issue of Aircraft Illustrated to be returning to USAF Museum.  A legal ruling
					was issued that the museum is the owner, not the CAF.  In 2011 was back in USAF Museum
					painted black
				65168 (MSN 123-43754) assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, 
					Cleveland, OH Sep 1950 to 1957.  Code EFQ-168.  Used as a test bed for ramjet engines
					Suffered wing damage in June 1957.
					The plane (named "Betty Joe") set a record by flying 5000 miles from Hawaii nonstop
					on Feb 27, 1947, covering 5051 miles in 14 hrs 33 min at an average
					speed of 334 mph.  Named Betty Jo after the wife of one of the pilots,
					but painted Betty Joe but later corrected.  Preserved and on display at
					National Museum of the United States Air Force.
44-65169		North American P-82C Twin Mustang
				MSN 123-43755
				Conversion of 10th P-82B to P-82C night fighter
44-65170		North American P-82D Twin Mustang
				MSN 123-43756
				Conversion of 11th P-82B to P-82D night fighter
44-65171/65179		North American P-82B Twin Mustang
				MSN 123-43757/43765
44-65180/65659		North American P-82B Twin Mustang
				contract cancelled.
44-65660/66659		Frankfort OQ-3-FR
44-66660/67699		Radioplane OQ-3-RP
44-67700/67804		Beech UC-43 Traveler
				Transferred from US Navy and given USAAF serials for Lend-Lease 
				67700 (MSN 6669) from US Navy BuNo 23657.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT461
				67701 (MSN 6689) from US Navy BuNo 23661.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 41
				67702 (MSN 6690) from US Navy BuNo 23662.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 42
				67703 (MSN 6691) from US Navy BuNo 23663.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 43
				67704 (MSN 6692) from US Navy BuNo 23664.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 44
				67705 (MSN 6693) from US Navy BuNo 23665.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 45
				67706 (MSN 6683) from US Navy BuNo 23671.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT462
				67707 (MSN 6684) from US Navy BuNo 23672.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT463.  Returned to US Navy as BuNo 32868.
				67708 (MSN 6685) from US Navy BuNo 23673.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT464.  Returned to US Navy as BuNo 32869.
					To CAA as NC40, N40E
				67709 (MSN 6686) from US Navy BuNo 23674.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT465
				67710 (MSN 6687) from US Navy BuNo 23675.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT466.  Returned to US Navy as BuNo 32870 in
					1946.  
				67711 (MSN 6688) from US Navy BuNo 23676.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT467.  Returned to US Navy as BuNo 32871 in
					1946.
				67712 (MSN ) from US Navy BuNo 23677.
				67713 (MSN 6690) from US Navy BuNo 23678.
				67714 (MSN 6691) from US Navy BuNo 23679.  But 44-67761 also shows linkup to BuNo 23679.  To Brazilian AF as 2778.  
					To civilian registry as PT-CVC.  Now in Museu Aeroespacial, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
				67715 (MSN ) from US Navy BuNo 23680
				67716 (MSN 6693) from US Navy BuNo 23681
				67717 (MSN 6694) from US Navy BuNo 23682.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT468
				67718 (MSN 6695) from US Navy BuNo 23683.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT469  
				67719 (MSN 6696) from US Navy BuNo 23684.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT470
				67720 (MSN 6697) from US Navy BuNo 23685   Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT471
				67721 (MSN 6698) from US Navy BuNo 23686.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT472.  Returned 
					to US Navy.  To CAA as NC33, N33H
				67722 (MSN 6699) from US Navy BuNo 23687.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT473.  Returned to
					US Navy as BuNo 32872.
				67723 (MSN 6700) from US Navy BuNo 23688.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT474.  Returned to 
					US Navy as BuNo 32873
				67724 (MSN 6701) from US Navy BuNo 23689.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT475.  Returned to 
					US Navy as BuNo 32874.  
				67725 (MSN 6702) from US Navy BuNo 23690.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT476
				67726 (MSN 6703) from US Navy BuNo 23691.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT477.  
					Returned to US Navy as BuNo 32875.
				67727 (MSN 6704) from US Navy BuNo 23692.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT478.  
					Returned to US Navy as BuNo 32876.
				67728 (MSN 6705) from US Navy BuNo 23693.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT479
				67729 (MSN 6706) from US Navy BuNo 23694.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT480
				67730 (MSN 6707) from US Navy BuNo 23695.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 46
				67731 (MSN 6708) from US Navy BuNo 23696.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 47
				67732 (MSN 6709) from US Navy BuNo 23697.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 48
				67733 (MSN 6710) from US Navy BuNo 23698.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 49
				67734 (MSN 6711) from US Navy BuNo 23699.  Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 50
				67735 (MSN 6743) from US Navy BuNo 23700.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT481.  Returned to US Navy.  To CAA as NC52
				67736 (MSN 6744) from US Navy BuNo 23701.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT482.
				67737 (MSN 6745) from US Navy BuNo 23702.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT483
				67738 (MSN 6746) from US Navy BuNo 23703.  Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT484.  Returned to US Navy as
					BuNo 32881
				67739 (MSN 6747) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT485
				67740 (MSN 6748) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT486.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32883.
				67741 (MSN 6749) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT487.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32884
				67742 (MSN 6750) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT488.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32885
				67743 (MSN 6751) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT489.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32886
				67744 (MSN 6752) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT490.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32887 
				67745 (MSN 6753) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT491.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32888
				67746 (MSN 6754) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT492.
				67747 (MSN 6755) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT493
				67748 (MSN 6756) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT494.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32889
				67749 (MSN 6757) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT495.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32890
				67750 (MSN 6758) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT496
				67751 (MSN 6759) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT497.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32891
				67752 (MSN 6760) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT498.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32892
				67753 (MSN 6761) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT499
				67754 (MSN 6762) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT500.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32893
				67755 (MSN 6763) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT501, then VH-BBL. Noted November 2002 at 
					Hart's Flying Fighter Museum, Archerfield, Queensland, Australia.
				67756 (MSN 6764) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT502.
				67757 (MSN 6765) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT503.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32895
				67758 (MSN 6766) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT504.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32896
				67759 (MSN 6767) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT505.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32897
				67760 (MSN 6768) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT506.  Became ZS-BBZ Jul 1946. Destroyed in
					hangar fire Dec 11, 1976, but fuselage frame reported stored at SAAF Museum,
					Pretoria, South Africa
				67761 (MSN 6769) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT507.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32898
				67762 (MSN 6770) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT508.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32899
				67763 (MSN 671) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT509.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32900
				67764 (MSN 6772) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT510.
				67765 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23679.  But 23679 also shows linkup to 44-67738.
				67766 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23681
				67767 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23689
				67768 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23690
				67769 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23691.  BuNo 23691 also listed as being 44-67726
				67770 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23692.  BuNo 23692 also listed as being 44-67727.
				67771 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23693
				67772 (MSN) from US Navy BuNo 23694.  Now at Kermit Weeks Museum as N52962
				67773 (MSN 6879) from US Navy BuNo 23695.  To CAA as NC48, N248, NC75620
				67774 (MSN 6880) from US Navy 23696
				67775 (MSN 6881) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT511.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32901
				67776 (MSN 6882) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT512
				67777 (MSN 6883) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT513.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32902
				67778 (MSN 6884) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT514.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32903
				67779 (MSN 6885) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT515.  Became LN-HAG, then OH-VKN, then BC-02 of
					Finnish AF.  Sold for scrap in 1960 and parts used to rebuild N28WK
					(MSN 4872) in 1977.  Other parts acquired by R. J. Nurge of Gilroy, CA and
					registered as N4013K
				67780 (MSN 6886) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT516.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32904
				67781 (MSN 6887) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT517
				67782 (MSN 6888) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT518.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32905
				67783 (MSN 6889) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT519
				67784 (MSN 6890) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT520
				67785 (MSN 6891) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT521.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32907
				67786 (MSN 6892) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT522.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32908
				67787 (MSN 6893) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT523.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32909
				67788 (MSN 6894) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT524.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32910
				67789 (MSN 6895) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT525
				67790 (MSN 6896) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT526
				67791 (MSN 6897) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT527.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32911
				67792 (MSN 6898) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT528.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32912
				67793 (MSN 6899) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT529
				67794 (MSN 6900) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT530
				67795 (MSN 6901) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT531.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32914
				67796 (MSN 6902) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT532
				67797 (MSN 6903) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT533
				67798 (MSN 6904) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT534.  Returned to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 32915
				67799 (MSN 6905 ) Lend-Lease to Royal Navy as FT535
				67800 (MSN ) ex US Navy BuNo 23697
				67801 (MSN ) ex US Navy BuNo 23698.  67801 is on display at US Naval Air Museum, Pensacola, FL
				67802 (MSN ) ex US Navy BuNo 23699.
				67803 (MSN ) ex US Navy BuNo 23700
				67804 (MSN ) ex US Navy BuNo 23701
44-67805/67954		Martin B-26G-15-MA Marauder
				67805 (494th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) collided in midair with B-26G 43-34367 during bad weather and crashed 1 1/2 mi NNW of
					Beaumont, France Feb 6, 1945.  All crew bailed out and survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67809 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) crashed on takeoff Apr 19, 1945 2 mi E of Clastres Airfield A-71
					Picardy, France due to engine failure.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67811 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) in taxiing accident at Peronne/St Quentin Airfield
					A-72 Estress Mons, France Mar 3, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				67813 (322nd BG, 451st BS) shot down by flak Jan 1, 1945
					on mission to Stadtkyll, Germany.  All crew KIA with
					exception of pilot, who became POW.  MACR 12003
				67815 (322nd BG) shot down by AAA Jan 5, 1945
				67818 (585th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed 1 1/2 mi N of Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
					due to engine failure Apr 6, 1945.  All six crew survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				67820 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Irlich, Germany Feb 24, 1945.  MACR 12606.  
					3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				67821 (494th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at St Trond Airfield A-92 Sint-Truiden, Belgium Mar 21, 1945.
					All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				67825 (585th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) crash landed at La Roche, Belgium due to engine failure Mar 25, 1945.
					All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67826 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190A-8 flown by unknown pilot of JG 2 near
					Bitburg, Germany Dec 23, 1944.  MACR 11660.  Three crew killed, three bailed out and became POW.
				67827 (386th BG, 553rd BS) crashed on returning to base Dec 29, 1944
				67829 (574th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy, France
					Jan 27, 1945. All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67834 (1254th Air Force Base Unit, Air Transport Command) crshed 30 mi N of Taroudant, French
					Morocco lost Nov 1, 1944 while on ferry flight from Mallard Field, Dakar, Senegal French West Africa
					to Marrakech Airfield Station 10, French Morocco.  MACR 10337.  All 5 crew killed.
				67840 (391st BG, 573rd BS) crashed on takeoff Jan 16, 1945
				67844 (387th BG, 559th BS) crashlanded, bombs on board, 27 killed Dec 9, 1944
				67845/67859 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 1944
				67860 (Air Transport Command) crashlanded at Dakar, Senegal French West Africa Nov 11, 1944 while
					on ferry flight.  Pilot killed, rest of crew survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				67861 departed Roberts Field, Liberia, destination Rabat, Morocco for delivery to Free French
					Air Force, lost Nov 7, 1944, Africa.  MACR 9925
				67862/67864 Lend-Lease to French AF Oct 1944.
				67865 (391st BG, 574th BS) crashlanded due to AAA damage Feb 10, 1945
				67866 (Air Transport Command) lost from unknown cause off cost of Africa Nov 7, 1944 while on delivery to Free French
					AF.  Departed Roberts Field, Liberia, destination Rabat, Morocco.  MACR 9925.  All 5 crew killed.
				67870 (449th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 7 mi S of Arnhem, Holland Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13236.
					2 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				67871 (574th BS, 391st BG, 9th AF) in takeoff accident at Roye/Amy Airfield A-73, Picardy, France Jan 16, 1945.
					All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				67872 (387th BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Versigny, France Mar 2, 1945.
					All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67877 (391st BG, 574th BS) right engine knocked out, crashed near Honnef Apr 3, 1945
				67878 (598th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) crashed and burned fron unknown cause at Douchy, France Jan 10, 1945.
					2 crew killed, 4 crew survived.  Aircraft destroyed by fire.
				67880 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) crashed on takeoff at Clastres Airfield A-71, Picardy, France Jan 2, 1945.
					During takeoff, the aircraft hit the prop wash of the preceding B-26 that just took off, causing the pilot
					to lose control and crash off the end of the runway.  One crewman killed, 5 injured and survived.
					Aircraft was destroyed.
				67881 (1st Pathfinder Squadron (Provisional) 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-14/AS flown by
					Ofw Franz Meindl of JG 11/8 Dec 23, 1944 and crashed at Esslingen 5 km S of Bitburg, Germany.
					MACR 15984.  All 7 crew KIA.
				67886 (387th BG, 556th BS, 9th AF) MIA at Schwenningen, Germany Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 14372.  All six crew killed.
				67889 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) crashed while sightseeing near Eysden, Holland May 8, 1945.  It is said that the
					crew weere celebrading VE Day and were engaged in some local buzzing.  All 6 crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				67890 (391st BG, 574th BS) crashed on takeoff Mar 3,1945
				67893 (394th BG) MIA Mar 22, 1945
				67894 (387th BG, 559th BS, 9th AF) crashed near Zuzgen, Switzerland due to flak damage Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14455.
					2 crew killed, one when his parachute failed to open.  Four crew bailed out, 2 landed in germany
					2 were interned in Switzerland. 
				67896 (587th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at RAF Burtonwood, Lancashire, UK Dec 29, 1944.
					All six crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67897 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Charleroi Airfield
					A-87, Gosselies, Belgium due to engine failure Mar 13, 1945.  All crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				67899 (394th BG, 585th BS, 9th AF) shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by unknown pilot of JG 26 Feb 21,1945.  
					MACR 12584.  3 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
				67902 (391st BG, 575th BS) crashed due to AAA damage Feb 24, 1945
				67903 (587th BS, 394th BG, 9th Af) shot down by AAA near Goor, Netherlands Mar 23, 1945.  MACR 14040.
					All 8 crew bailed out and became POW.
				67907 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA W of Sinzig, Germany Feb 15, 1945.  MACR 12382.
					All 6 crew bailed out, one was killed, 5 became POW.
				67908 (Air Transport Command) in takeoff accident at Atkinson Field, British Guiana Nov 17, 1944 while
					on ferry flight  All crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				67912 (397th BG) shot down by AAA Jan 13, 1945
				67914 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA W of Palmersheim 5 km SW of Euskirchen,
					Germany Jan 25,1945.  MACR 12203.  Two crew killled, 4 crew bailed out and became POW.
				67915 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at echternach, Germany Feb 14, 1945.  MACR 12342.
					All six crew bailed out and became POW.
				67920 (391st BG, 574th BS) crashed on takeoff and wrecked 42-107808 Mar 3, 1945
				67921 (Air Transport Command) in takeoff accident at Parnamirin Field, Natal, Brail Nov 19, 1944 due to
					engine failure while on ferry flight.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damged, unknown if repaired.
				67929 (391st BG, 574th BS, 9th AF) crashed in Germany due to engine failure Apr 3, 1945.  MACR 13671.
					Three crew killed, three survived.
				67930/67944 Lend-Lease to French AF Nov 1944
					67939 (Air Transport Command) in takeoff accident at Roberts Field, Liberia Dec 1, 1944 while on
						ferry flight.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				67945/67954 converted to TB-26G-15-MA.  To US Navy as JM-2 BuNo 90507/90516
44-67955/67969		Martin TB-26G-20-MA Marauder
				67955/67959 to US Navy as JM-2 BuNo 90517/90521.
				67960/67969 were to have gone to US Navy as 90522/90531, but were retained by USAF.
44-67970/67989		Martin B-26G-20-MA Marauder
				67970 (Air Transport Command) collided in midair Dec 13, 1944 with C-47 41-7859 at Marrakech airfield Station 10, Morocco
					during ferry flight.  Able to land.  All crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				67984 (597th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 12 mi S of Frankfurt at Langen, Germany 
					Mar 13, 1945.  MACR 13011.  2 crew killed, 6 crew bailed out and became POW.
				67988 (1st Base Air Depot, 8th AF) hit while parked by taxiing aircraft at RAF Buronwood, Lancashire, England Jan 17, 1945.
					Aircfraft was destroyed.
				67989 (596 BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) ran out of fuel and crashed 5 mi S of Binche, France Feb 21, 1945. 
					All crew bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed. 
44-67990/68064		Martin B-26G-21-MA Marauder
				For RAF as Marauder III HD677/HD751
				67990 (HD677) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				67991 (HD678) SOC Mar 28, 1946
				67992 (HD679) SOC Jun 27, 1946
				67993 (HD680) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				67994 (HD681) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				67995 (HD682) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				67996 (HD683) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				67997 (HD684) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				67998 (HD685) SOC Apr 11, 1946
				67999 (HD686) SOC Mar 28, 1946
				68000 (HD687) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68001 (HD688) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68002 (HD689) wrecked when struck while parked by B-24G 42-78239
					at Bari, Italy Jun 4, 1945
				68003 (HD690) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68004 (HD691) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68005 (HD692) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68006 (HD693) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68007 (HD694) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68008 (HD695) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68009 (HD696) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68010 (HD697) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68011 (HD698) SOC Mar 28, 1946
				68012 (HD699) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68013 (HD700) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68014 (HD701) SOC Apr 11, 1946
				68015 (HD702) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68016 (HD703) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68017 (HD704) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68018 (HD705) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68019 (HD706) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68020 (HD707) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68021 (HD708) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68022 (HD709) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68023 (HD710) SOC Apr 11, 1946
				68024 (HD711) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68025 (HD712) SOC Mar 28, 1946
				68026 (HD713) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68027 (HD714) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68028 (HD715) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68029 (HD716) SOC Jul 20, 1945
				68030 (HD717) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68031 (HD718) SOC Jun 27, 1946
				68032 (HD719) SOC Sep 26, 1946
				68033 (HD720) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68034 (HD721) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68035 (HD722) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68036 (HD723) SOC Mar 28, 1946
				68037 (HD724) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68038 (HD725) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68039 (HD726) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68040 (HD727) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68041 (HD728) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68042 (HD729) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68043 (HD730) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68044 (HD731) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68045 (HD732) SOC Apr 11, 1946
				68046 (HD733) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68047 (HD734) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68048 (HD735) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68049 (HD736) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68050 (HD737) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68051 (HD738) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68052 (HD739) wrecked when overshot landing and undercarriage
					collapsed, Treviso, Italy May 23, 1945
				68053 (HD740) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68054 (HD741) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68055 (HD742) SOC Apr 11, 1946
				68056 (HD743) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68057 (HD744) SOC Apr 11, 1946
				68058 (HD745) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68059 (HD746) SOC Mar 28, 1946
				68060 (HD747) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68061 (HD748) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68062 (HD749) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68063 (HD750) SOC Mar 14, 1946
				68064 (HD751) SOC Mar 14, 1946
44-68065/68104		Martin B-26G-20-MA Marauder
				MSN 9545/9584
				68072 (Air Transport Command) crashed into Y-Garn mountain, Near Llanberis, North Wales, UK
					Feb 1, 1945 on delivery flight from RAF St Mawgan, Cornwall, England to RAF Burtonwood,
					Lancashire, England.  All 5 crew killed.
				68076 (17th BG, 432nd BS, 1st Tactical Air Force) shot down by Me 262A-1a/R-1 flown vby Ltr Klaus Neumann of
					JV 44 over Neuburg, Germany Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14162.  3 crew killed, four bailed out and became POW.
				68079 (2nd Base Air Depot, 8th AF) crash landed at Killenagh Wexford, Ireland due to engine fire on ferry flight
					from Saint Mawgan in Scotland to RAF Warton, Lancashire, England Feb 15, 1945.  Both crew survived, but aircraft
					was badly damaged and was salvaged.
				68081 (17th BG, 34th BS) shot down by AAA Apr 2, 1945
				68086 (598th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Buisgny, France Mar 11, 1945.
					MACR 15921.  All 7 crew killed, aircraft was destroyed.
				68088 (322nd BG, 451st BS, 9th AF) hit by bomb dropped from higher B-26 and crashed at Dinslaken,
					Germany Mar 23, 1945.  All crew bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
				68089 (320th BG, 441th BS) shot down Jan 19, 1945
				68100 (450th BS, 322nd BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA 1 mi S of Bonefeld, Germany Mar 13, 1945.  MACR 13096.
					4 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
				68101 (496th BS, 344th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA over Colbee, Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13337.  Five crew killed,
					one bailed out and became POW.
				68103 (387th BG, 558th BS, 9th AF) hit by AAA over Germany, headed home but crashed at Appeldorn, Holland 
					Mar 21, 1945.  MACR 13229.  All six crew bailed out and became POW.
44-68105/68254		Martin B-26G-25-MA Marauder
				68105 (Air Transport Command) crashed into Vakayri mountain in Belem, Brazil Jan 25, 1945 while on
					ferry foight from Atkinson Field, British Guiana to Belem, Brazil.  All 5 crew killed.
				68109 (40th Air Depot Group Base Air Depot) in ground accident while parked at Raf Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, England
					Apr 13, 1945.  Aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				68122 served as PN-W in 449th BS, 322nd BG in 1944/45.
				68140 (584th BS, 394th BG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Cambrai/Niergnies Airfield A-74, France
					Mar 23, 1945.  All six crew survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
				68148 (599th BS, 397th BG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA at Peine, Germany Apr 8, 1945.  MACR 14263.
					4 crew killed, 1 killed after he bailed out and his chute was on fire.  2 bailed out and became POW.
				68165/68219 Lend-Lease to French AF
					68173 (Air Transport Command) crashed from unknown cause at Belem, Brasil Apr 15, 1945 while on
						ferry flight.  Unknown number of crew killed, aircraft was destroyed by fire.
					68188 to French AF named "Gaston Le Morvan"
					68219 To French AF May 31, 1945.  To Air France as technical training
						airframe in 1951; 1951 to Air Force Apprentices School at Vilgenison.  Donated by
						Air France to Musee de l'Air in 1964. On display 
						at MAE, Le Bourget, France.  In 1997 was under restoration at Musee de l'Air, Paris.
						Presumably restoration is complete, as aircraft was noted June 15, 2003 on display 
						at the Paris Salon d'Aeronautique at Paris/le Bourget.  To go to Utah Beach museum with serial 41-31576.
				68221 modified as XB-26H as test aircraft for tandem landing gear to see if it could be used on the XB-48.
					Named "Middle River Stump Jumper"
				68222/68253 converted to TB-26G.  To US Navy as JM-2 BuNo 91962/91993
					68239 crashed Apr 21, 1945 5 mi NW of Easton, MD while on
						test flight from Martin plant in Baltimore.  Civilian
						pilot killed, copilot bailed out.
				68254 Lend-Lease to French AF May 10, 1945.
44-68255/68498		Culver PQ-14B-CL
				Model LCA modified as radio-controlled target
				68334 at EAA Airventure Museum, Oshkosh, WI as N999ML.  Modified & Used in "TIPTOW" wing tip experiments in
         				1949 & 1950 at Wright Field with C-47 42-23918 as the tow plane.
         				231+ test couplings (56 at night) with 17 pilots involved.
         				Longest coupled flight lasted 4.08 hours
				68462 registered as N5389N with MSN W1059 to Robert E. Parcell May 3, 1975, cancelled Jun 15, 1984.  
					Now at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
44-68499/68738		Culver PQ-14A-CL
				Model LCA modified as radio-controlled target
				To USN as TD2C-1
44-68739/69256		Culver PQ-14B-CL
				Model LCA modified as radio-controlled target
				68789/69256 were cancelled
44-69257/69654		Culver PQ-14A-CL
				Model LCA modified as radio-controlled target
				To USN as TD2C-1
44-69655/69704		Boeing B-29-55-BW Superfortress
				MSN 10487/10536.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				69655 (499th BG, 877th BS) shot down by Ki-84 over Osaka, Japan Jun 26, 1945 while on mission to Osaka,
					Japan.  MACR 14911.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and became POW.  All 9 executed.
				69656 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec44.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Accident 19Mar45 due to mechanical and engine failure on the Guadalupe bombing and gunnery range, NM
					Accident 1Sep45 taxying at Pyote AAF, TX
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Hearts Desire II’
					Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					On March 18, 1951 the aircraft was attacked by 6-9 MiG-15s while hitting a bridge at Kogungong-dong, 
					North Korea.  Number 1 and 3 engines were knocked out.  There was a partial bailout. The aircraft was 
					later recovered safely at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				69657 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Accident 3Feb45 due to engine failure taking off from Honolulu, HI
					Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group .  Named ‘Li’l Abner’
					Returned to CONUS – 32 missions
				69658 Delivered to USAAF 11Dec44.  Assigned to 1st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
					Reclaimed 12May54
				69659 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44
					(40th BG, 44th BS) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian Aug 7, 1945.  All crew survived, but
					aircraft DBR.
				69660 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec44
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Kharagpur, India. Arrived India 3Feb45. 
					Transferred to Tinian May45.  Named ‘My Gal Sal’
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 19Dec54
				69661 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to England Sep51-Dec51
					Accident 20Jan50 due to mechanical failure taking off at Wheelus AB, Libya
					Mid air collision 26Mar52 40 miles W of March AFB, CA
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				69662 Delivered to USAAF 11Dec44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 28Jul48
				69663 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Dragon Lady’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 18Mar54
				69664 Delivered to USAAF 11Dec44.  Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Tyler’.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
				69665 Delivered to USAAF 12Dec44.  (468th BG, 793rd BS) shot down by Ki-100 fighters from Akeno Jun 5, 1945 
					over Shorenji Nabari City Mie, Japan while on mission to Kobe and crashed in a forest at Otani.   MACR 14390.  
					2 crew KIA, 9 bailed out and became POW.  3 died in captivity and 6 were executed by Japanese personnel 
					at the Tokai Air Defense HQ.
				69666 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Round Robin’
					Lost from unknown cause in Pacific Apr 1, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima
					aircraft factory in Tokyo.  MACR 14230.  Crashed in Haramichida Town, Minamitama County, Tokyo. 
					Nine KIA, two POW, one burnt to death in fire at Tokyo Military Prison 25May45
				69667 Delivered to USAAF 12Dec44.  Departed CONUS 14Jan45 for PTO, arriving 23Jan45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘SnuggleBunny’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Accident 16Feb46 taxying at North Field, Guam
					The aircraft completed 65 missions in the Pacific Theater during WWII, then was declared "war weary" 
					and returned to the States.  Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Badly damaged 1Mar51 on a mission to bomb a bridge over the Yalu River and had to make an emergency 
					landing in South Korea.  Completed 45 missions in Korea.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10Mar54
				69668 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec44
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Chakulia, India. Transferred to Tinian May45
					Departed CONUS for CBI; arrived Chakulia, India 30Jan45,  Named ‘The Outlaw’.  Returned to CONUS Aug45
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AAF, WA
					Accident 15Jan48 landing at Spokane AAF, WA.  Named ‘The Wild Goose’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				69669 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44
					(29th BG, 6th BS) shot down by AAA on mission to Nagoya Apr 7, 1945.  All 11 crew KIA.
				69670 Delivered to USAAF 16Dec44.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
				69671 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69672 Delivered to USAAF 14Dec44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Reamatroid’
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 13Jun54
				69673 MSN 10505.  Delivered to USAAF 16Dec44
					(19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sojiji Temple, Higashiterao-cho, Tsurumi-ku, 
					Yokohama City, Japan Apr 16, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 13925.  All 12 crew killed.
				69674 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed 4Aug54
				69675 Delivered to USAAF 13Dec44.  Named ‘Bad Penny’
					(6th BG, 40th BS) crashed in Shimonoseki Straits due to engine failure Mar 27, 1945 after departing Tinian to lay
					mines in Shimonoseki Straits, Japan.  MACR 13464.  All 11 crew killed.
				69676	 Delivered to USAAF 15Dec44.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Raleigh’
					Named ‘Jughaid III’.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Detached to Saudi Arabia 1951. Emergency landing at Karachi, Pakistan; 
					crew detained for unlawful arrival.  Aircraft named ‘Karachi Kids’.  Returned to Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 1952.				
					Reclaimed at Burtonwood AFB, UK 30Nov53
				69677 Delivered to USAAF 16Dec44.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 7May54
				69678 Delivered to USAAF 17Dec44.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Syracuse’.  Named ‘City of University Park’.  Named ‘Sound And Fury’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69679 Delivered to USAAF 17Dec44.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69680 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam 28Jan45
					Departed CONUS for PTO, arriving 20Feb45.  Named ‘Princess Pat’.  Named ‘City of Bakersfield’
					On the night of April 15, 1945 the aircraft was attacked and hit by 2 night fighters, setting fire 
					to the radar compartment and damaging the rear bomb doors so that they would not close. The gunners 
					put out the fire. The aircraft made it back to Guam; it was extensively damaged and out of service 
					for about 3 weeks.  Named ‘City of Trenton’.  Returned to CONUS 4Nov45 – 35 missions
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Material Command), Victorville AAF, CA, for storage 
					November 1945.  Assigned to 2nd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Jun48
					To RAF as Washington B.1 WF437 Mar 22, 1950.  delivery ceremony at RAF Marham 22Mar50
					Assigned to 207 Squadron, RAF Marham; code EM-Y.  Assigned to 35 Squadron, RAF Marham
					Returned to USAF Jul 22, 1953.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK Oct54
				69681 Delivered to USAAF 17Dec44.  Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Black Sheep’.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Austin’
					Damaged May 14, 1945 2 mi E of North Field, Guam while with 28th BS, 19th BG. All crew
					survived, aircraft was repaired and transferred to 52nd BS, 29th BG.  There is MACR 14880, 
					dated Jun 20, 1945, PacificModified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69682 Named ‘City of Flatbush’.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Atomic Tom’.  Named ‘Hot Box’
					Shot down by 15-20 MiG-15s Apr 12, 1951.  Crashed into mountain, no parachutes.
				69683 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44.  Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Surveyed at Pyote AFB, TX 5Mar45
				69684 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				69685 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					(28th BS, 19th BG, 314th BW, 20th AF, "City of Boston/Miss Behavin") flew 34 missions, based on Guam.
					Converted to KB-29M.  Reclaimed Tinker AFB, Oklahoma Aug 8, 1954.
				69686 Delivered to USAAF 17Dec44.  Named ‘Tall in the Saddle’
					(19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Itahashi Village, Ibarki, Japan Mar 10, 1945
					while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 13857.  9 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.  
				69687 Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Salvaged 23Jun49
				69688 Delivered to USAAF 18Dec44.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 717th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Weaver AFB, SD
					Crash landed 23Jun49 with two engines on fire 2 miles E of Artasia, CO
				69689 Delivered to USAAF 17Dec44.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Orlando’.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Squadron, 346th Bomb Group, Kadena Field, Okinawa
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				69690 Delivered to USAAF 17Dec44.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69691 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Named ‘Tiny Tim’
					(29th BG, 43rd BS) crashed at Minamishuna-cho Koto-Ku, Tokyo, Japan Mar 10, 1945 while on mission
					to Tokyo.  MACR 12967.  All 11 crew killed.
				69692 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Assigned to 245th Army Air Force Base Unit, McCook AAF, NB
					Crash landed 6Feb45 due to mechanical failure at McCook AAF, NB
				69693 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Old Rusty’
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 6Jul51-Aug51
					Accident 8Feb51 landing at Hunter AFB, GA.  Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 16Sep54
				69694 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69695 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10Jan54
				69696 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Accident 27Jul45 landing at North Field, Guam.  Named ‘City of Red Bank’
					Named ‘Heavenly’.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Happy Savage’
					Accident 27Feb46 taxying at Hickam Field, HI.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10May49
				69697 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Crashed 1Apr45 eight miles northeast of Alamogordo AAF, NM. Twelve crew killed.
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 5May51-Aug51
				69698 Delivered to USAAF 20Dec44.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sky Queen’.  Returned to CONUS 13Oct45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					Accident 17Jul52 due to mechanical failure and fire at Perrin AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 25May54
				69699 Delivered to USAAF 19Dec44.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Forced landing 4Apr49 due to mechanical failure at Robins AFB, GA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69700 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec44
					Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research 
					Center, Langley Field, VA Jul 31, 1945 to Nov 6, 1950.  Returned to USAF
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69701 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AAF, KS 
					Accident 17Dec48 landing at Roberts Field, Liberia.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				69702 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				69703 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					(497th BG) in crash landing on Motoyama Airfield, Iwo Jima Mar 10, 1945.  The aircraft had its 
					controls shot away while encountering heavy flak over Tokyo. It made an emergency landing on 
					Motoyama Airfield, Iwo Jima. Before coming to rest on an embankment, the plane ran into a truck, 
					killed a Seabee, and injured two men sleeping in a tent.
				69704 Delivered to USAAF 2Jan45.  Modified to RB-29A
					Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
					Assigned to 3711th Army Air Force Base Unit, Seattle, WA
					Converted to KB-29M and used for inflight refuelling trials.  Assigned to 97th Air Refueling Squadron, 
					47th Bomb Wing.  Assigned to 421st Air Refueling Squadron, 49th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Damaged 1Feb54 due to structural failure at Yokota AB, Japan.  Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 1Sep54
44-69705/69804		Boeing B-29-60-BW Superfortress
				MSN 10537/10636.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann. 
				69705 Delivered to USAAF 21Dec44.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				69706 Delivered to USAAF 26Dec44.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group. 
					Named ‘Black Bart’s Revenge’.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group. 
					Named ‘Vanishing Rae’	renamed.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69707 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Lost 20Mar45 during mission to Nagoya, Japan
				69708 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group.  To GIA at Sheppard AFB, TX 17Jun54
				69709 Delivered to USAAF 27Dec44.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Oct54
				69710 Delivered to USAAF 27Dec44.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 29Jul45 landing at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Named ‘Homogenized Ethyl’
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
					Accident 12Mar51 landing at RAF Wyton, England
				69711 Delivered to USAAF 31Dec44.  Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB 
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, TX 14Sep54
				69712 Delivered to USAAF 22Dec44. Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Force landed 31Jul45 with engine fire 20 miles SW of Alamogordo, NM
				69713 Delivered to USAAF 2Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 231st Army Air Force Base Unit, Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Accident 31Jan45 landing at Alamogordo AAF, NM
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69714 Delivered to USAAF 28Dec44.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 31Mar45 taxying at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69715 Delivered to USAAF 2Jan45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69716 Delivered to USAAF 3Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 28Feb45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group. Named ‘Timely Reminder’
					Returned to CONUS 5Nov45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 19Sep54
				69717 Delivered to USAAF 2Jan45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69718 Delivered to USAAF 2Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 11May45 due to mechanical failure 11 miles SSW of Tampa, FL
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69719 Delivered to USAAF 3Jan45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69720 Delivered to USAAF 3Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Crashed 17Apr45 after the crew bailed out 15 miles W of Punta Gorda, FL
				69721 Delivered to USAAF 3Jan45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Returned to CONUS – 47 missions.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69722 Delivered to USAAF 3Jan45
					Named "Battlin' Betty III" with 498th Bg, 73rd BW.Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69723 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69724 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Named ‘The Fighting Panchito’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69725 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Ben’s Raiders’.  Returned to CONUS – 68 missions
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 19Mar53
				69726 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45. Salvaged at Marianas 10Apr45
				69727 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Hot T’ Trot’
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The One You Love’
					Reclaimed at Biggs AFB, TX 30Aug54
				69728 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 498th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 29th Bomb Group 14Jan45
					(29th BG, 52nd BS) MIA May 26, 1945 in mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14510  The aircraft crashed 
					in Iriya-cho, Adachi-ku, Tokyo. Two crew members were killed in the crash; eight crew members 
					bailed out and were taken prisoner.
				69729 Delivered to USAAF 4Jan45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Transferred to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group,
					Returned to CONUS Oct45 – 39 combat missions
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS Jan50
					Assigned to 55th Air Refueling Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Ramey AFB, PR
					Transferred to Forbes AFB, KS as the 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing 10Oct52
					Named ‘Tillie the Tanker’.  Reclaimed at Biggs AFB, TX 30Aug54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.  Assigned to USAF 
					Museum Loan Program.  In 1986 was transported to Lowry Heritage Museum.  Went through restoration and
					put on display there in 1987.   Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum (formerly LHM) when 
					Lowry AFB closed in September 1994
					Transferred in 1995 to Seattle Museum of Flight, Washington.  Put on display 
					there in 1996 after another restoration.  In 2006 was back in the restoration shop.
				69730 Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Butch’.  Named ‘Miss Hart of America’
					Reclaimed at Hamilton AFB, CA 14Sep54
				69731 Delivered to USAAF 5Jan45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69732 Delivered to USAAF 5Jan45. Assigned to 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Marianna Ram’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 27Sep54
				69733 Delivered to USAAF 5Jan45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 26Feb45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Nip Nemesis’
					Returned to CONUS 10Jun46 – 37 combat missions
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK 30Jun46
					Salvaged at Tinker AAF, OK 28Jul48
				69734 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 769th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					(462nd BG) lost May 23, 1945.  MACR 14479
				69735 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 8Nov54
				69736 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Look Homeward Angel’
					During the night of 15Jul45 the aircraft was on a mission to mine the harbour at Rashin, North Korea. 
					On the return the aircraft had a double engine failure and headed for Okinawa. It was the first B-29 to 
					land at the Bolo fighter airfield on Okinawa.
					When the crew attempted to return the aircraft to CONUS post-war, the aircraft suffered four successive 
					engine failures that resulted in the aircraft being abandoned on Kwajalein Atoll, Marshall Islands. 
					It was eventually destroyed there during fire training in mid-1946.
				69737 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 329th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
					Accident 19Nov48 due to mechanical failure landing at Castle AFB, CA.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 18Nov53 landing at Randolph AFB, TX
				69738 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan45
					In landing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Mar 21, 1945.  All crew survived but aircraft DBR.
				69739 Delivered to USAAF 10Jan45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘890th Aviation Engineering Co’
					Assigned to 540th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Honorable Cock Wagon’.  Artwork ‘winged nude with drink’
					(504th BG, 398th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Tinian Feb 27, 1945.  All crew survived
					but aircraft DBR
				69740 Delivered to USAAF 10Jan45.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘The Silver Streak’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69741 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Columbus’.  Named ‘Ten Under Parr’.  Named ‘Defiant Lassie’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 3Feb49 due to mechanical failure landing at Spokane AFB, WA
					Salvaged at Spokane AFB, WA 15Feb49
				69742 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan45.  Named ‘Sting Shift’
					(500th BG, 882nd BS) lost from unknown cause May 24, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14489.
					10 crew killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.	
				69743 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69744 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Trigger Mortis II’.  Named ‘Here’s Lucky’
					Transferred to US Army.  Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 28Apr46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				69745 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Skyscrapper III’
					Was with the 869th Squadron on Saipan. It was called Sky-Scrapper III. It flew 35 missions, returned to 
					the U.S. and was later flown training pilots for The Korean War.  Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and 
					Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 28Aug53 when the aircraft landed short at Randolph AFB, TX
				69746 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group Mar45
					Named ‘Booze Hound – It Shouldn’t Happen To A Dog!’	[assigned to the crew of Lt George Booze]
					Returned to CONUS – 46 missions.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA
					Named ‘Charlie’s Wagon’.  Accident 29Apr50 due to friendly fire 175 miles SE of Tonopah, NV
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘September Song’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					(19th BW, 28th BS) damaged by MiGs over Sinuiju and landed at Itazuke AB Mar 30, 1951.  There were 
					six occupants when this aircraft received MiG damage It landed at Itazuke Air Base with wounded and was 
					written off as damaged beyond repair, but there were no fatalities.
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Named ‘Snoopy Droopy’.  Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					Accident 12Feb54 at the Mito gunnery range, Japan.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				69747 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan45
					(498th BG, 873rd BS) crashed at Fubo Mountain, Shichigashuku Village, Miyagi, Japan due to bad weather Mar 10, 1945
					while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 12949.  All 11 crew killed.  This was its first operational mission
				69748 Delivered to USAAF 10Jan45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 6Mar45.  Named ‘Li’l Iodine II’
					(9th BG, 1st BS) shot down by AAA Mar 25, 1945 and crashed at Nakashinden Yatomi-chi Nagoya, Japan
					while on mission to Mitsubishi aircraft engine works at Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 13448.  All 11 crew KIA.
				69749 Delivered to USAAF 9Jan45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53
				69750 Delivered to USAAF 8Jan45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69751 Delivered to USAAF 10Jan45.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Homing De-Vice’
					(498th BG) lost Apr 3, 1945.  MACR 13765  On April 3, 1945 the aircraft took off from Isely Field No. 1 
					on Saipan as one of sixty-one B-29s on a bombing mission against Tachikawa Aircraft Assembly Plant at 
					Tachikawa, Japan. The weather was clear with unlimited visibility. Last contact with the bomber was 
					at the time of take-off; no other contact was made afterwards. This B-29 failed to return and was 
					declared Missing In Action (MIA) on April 4, 1945. 11 MIA
				69752 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45  (498th BG, 873rd BS) shot down by AAA Apr 2, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima 
					aircraft plant at Tokyo, Japan.   MACR 13761.  All 11 crew KIA.
				69753 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  The Boeing workers at Wichita raised the money to build the plane and 
					predicted that it would someday return to Wichita victorious. Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Bataan Avenger’
					The aircraft was flipped over on to its back during a heat thermal updraft over Osaka on March 13, 1945.  
					General Wainwright visited the Wichita Boeing plant after the war, the "Bataan Avenger" was there to greet 
					him.  General Wainwright had commanded the forces on Corregidor and, after he was forced to surrender, 
					his men were forced to walk to the POW camps in the "Bataan Death March”.  Salvaged 6Sep49
				69754 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 26Feb45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Uninvited’.	40 combat missions
					Accident 10Jan46 when the aircraft landed with the landing gear retracted at Tinian.
					To Clark Field, Philippines Mar46. Condemned at Clark Field, Philippines 19Apr46
				69755 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45
					(500th BG, 881st BS) ditched from unknown cause off coast of Japan May 26, 1945 while on mission to
					Tokyo.  MACR 14509. 3 crew killed, 8 bailed out and became POW.
				69756 Delivered to USAAF 13Jan45.  Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Binghampton’.  Named ‘Silver Streak’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69757 Delivered to USAAF 11Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 27Mar45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Speagle Eagle’
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 4Nov45
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Clark Field, Philippines 9Jul48
				69758 Delivered to USAAF 13Jan45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Apr54
				69759 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group/  Crashed 5Mar45 during take-off
				69760 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 2Mar45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Purple Heartless’
					Returned to CONUS 30Nov45 – 44 combat missions
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Crashed 10Mar49 due to engine failure after the crew bailed out 12 miles W of Mayhill, CO
				69761 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing.  Salvaged at Andersen AFB, Guam 27Jul54
				69762 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan45.  Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
					Accident 3Mar45 landing at Kearney AAF, NB.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Fort Gibson’
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 26Jun51 due to mechanical failure taxying at Randolph AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69763 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 21Mar45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Cherie’
					Named ‘City of Boulder’.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Top of the Mark’.  Damaged 30Mar51. Repaired and returned to operations
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69764 Delivered to USAAF 12Jan45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 6Mar45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Miss Mi-Nookie’
					Returned to CONUS 26May46 – 39 combat missions
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK 30Jun46.  Salvaged 27Jul48
				69765 Delivered to USAAF 15Jan45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					(498th BG, 873rd BS) lost one engine enroute to target May 24, 1945.
					Bomb bay doors would not close after bombs were salvoed.  Ditched in Pacific Ocean on return.  
					MACR 15422.  Entire crew rescued.
				69766 Delivered to USAAF 17Jan45.  Departed Walker AAF, KS for PTO 24Mar45
					Named ‘City of Burbank’.  Named ‘Old Soldier’s Home’
					(330th BG, 459th BS) shot down by Japanese fighter Jun 4, 1945 and crashed at Aodani Village Kyoto,
					Japan while on mission to Kobe.  The pilot attempted to force land on the river bed of the Kizu river, 
					Najima but crashed into the eastern bank.  MACR 14602.  5 crew KIA, 6 bailed out and became POW.  4 of them died
					in captivity either by disease or by being executed.  2 were executed.
				69767 Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  To GIA 21May52
				69768 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 21Mar45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group. Named ‘City of Cleveland’.  Named ‘Experiment Perilous’
					Returned to CONUS 31Oct45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Salvaged 11Aug48
				69769 Delivered to USAAF 16Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 2Mar45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Scotland Neck’
					Named ‘Southern Drawl’.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather.  Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 
					Reclaimed at Kindley Field, Bermuda 3Feb54
				69770 Modified to WB-29, named "Typhoon Goon II".  
					Assigned to 3150th Electronics Squadron, Robins AFB, GA 
					Accident 7May49 landing at Mitchel AFB, NY
					Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam Jan51
					Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
					Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Crashed with 54th SRS crashed Oct 26, 1952 while flying into
					Typhoon Wilma.  The aircraft went down 300 miles east of Leyte in the Philippines during a 14-hour 
					over-water flight.  10 crew killed, no trace found.
				69771 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Danny Mite’
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Old Wild Goose’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				69772 Delivered to USAAF 18Jan45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Battlin’ Betty III’.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53.  Made first flight after restoration Jul 17, 2016
				69773 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 23Mar45
					Named ‘City of Pittsfield’.  Named ‘Two Passes and a Crap’
					(39th BG, 61st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 15, 1945 while on mission to North
					Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14425.  2 crew killed, 10 survived and were rescued.
				69774 Delivered to USAAF 19Jan45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Patterson’.  Named ‘Koehane’s Kulprits’.  Named ‘Waltzing Matilda’
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 4Jan51 landing at Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				69775 Delivered to USAAF 23Jan45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Ditched 26May45 on a mission to Tokyo
				69776 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Sep53
				69777 Delivered to USAAF 20Jan45.  Named ‘Danny Mite’
					(498th BG), 874th BS) lost 2 engines over target May 24, 1945.  Last
					reported trying to reach sea.  MACR 14486.  7 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.
				69778 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan45.  Named ‘City of Montgomery’.  Named ‘Wedding Belle’.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					W/o Apr 9, 1945 in crash 40 mi SW of Carlsbad, New Mexico.  Crew bailed out due to fire.
				69779 Delivered to USAAF 23Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 2Mar45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, Guam.  Named ‘City of Montgomery’
					Named ‘Wedding Belle’.  Returned to CONUS 2Nov45
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 7May54 
				69780 Delivered to USAAF 2Feb45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				69781 Delivered to USAAF 24Jan45.  Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK
					Salvaged at Tinker AFB, OK 28Jul48
				69782 Delivered to USAAF 23Jan45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54 
				69783 Delivered to USAAF 23Jan45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				69784 Delivered to USAAF 23Jan45.  Assigned to 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS
					Accident 1May45 taxying at Herington AAF, KS
					Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53 
				69785 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 20Mar45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Galveston’
					On 26Jun45 the aircraft was on a mission to the arsenal complex at Nagoya. As the aircraft turned 
					into Nagoya Bay toward the IP, a group of five enemy ‘Tony’ aircraft attacked the aircraft and 
					others in the group. The crew of 12 bailed out and survived.
				69786 Delivered to USAAF 25Jan45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Reno’.  Named ‘City of Detroit’.  Named ‘Here To Stay’
					Accident 2Sep45 taxying at North Field, Guam.  Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
				69787 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45.
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Damaged 13Apr45 due to mechanical failure 40 miles SW of Carlsbad, NM
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53 
				69788 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 20Mar45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Atlanta’
					Returned to CONUS 17Nov45.  Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA 
					Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 22Jul54 
				69789 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 9Sep54 
				69790 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Birmingham’.  Named ‘Ole Boomerang’.  Salvaged 26May50 
				69791 Delivered to USAAF 26Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 29Mar45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Charleston’
					Named ‘Little George Jr’.  Returned to CONUS 3Nov45
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Modified to WB-29.  Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Reclaimed at Kindley Field, Bermuda 5Dec53
				69792 Delivered to USAAF 29Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 27Mar45.  Named ‘Fifty-Second Seabees’
					(39th BG, 61st BS) missing in South Pacific, Oct 3, 1945.  MACR 14943.  The aircraft was on a training 
					mission when it suffered an engine failure and ditched 8 miles west of Aguijan, Marianas. 9 MIA- 1 survivor
				69793 Delivered to USAAF 30Jan45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Damaged 12Apr45 due to friendly fire at Alamogordo gunnery range, NM
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				69794 Delivered to USAAF 30Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 29Mar45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Athens’
					Named ‘Ole Forty and Eight', the nickname, "Ole Forty and Eight", came from the crew number and the 
					old WWI box cars in France which were suitable for forty men or eight horses. 
					The aircraft got so shot up on the first mission that it was moved to Harmon Field, decommissioned, 
					and cannibalized.  Returned to CONUS 10Oct45
					Assigned to 3380th Technical Training Wing, Keesler AFB, MS
					Accident 30Sep49 due to mechanical failure taking off at Keesler AFB, MS
					To GIA Keesler AFB, MS. Reclaimed 14Nov49
				69795 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Named ‘City of Grass Valley’.  Named ‘Busty Babe Bomber’
					(330th BG, 457th BS) crashed at North Field, Guam Apr 12, 1945 after hitting some trees while returning
					from mission to Japan.  10 crew killed, 1 survived.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				69796 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 30Mar45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Albuquerque’.  Named ‘Piledriver’
					Returned to CONUS 13Sep45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54 
				69797 Delivered to USAAF 31Jan45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Springfield’
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54 
				69798 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 9th Air Refueling Squadron, 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 15May53 when the aircraft landed long at Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 
				69799 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Weddin’ Belle’
					(330th BG, 458th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sanuma Ibaragi, Japan Apr 13, 1945 while on 
					mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14240.  1 crewman killed, 11 crew bailed out and became POW, who all died 
					in the Tokyo Military Prison fire on May 25, 1945
				69800 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of San Francisco’
					Named ‘Little Rae’.  Named ‘Beetle Bomber’.  I have a photo of 44-69800 named
					BEETLE BOMBER serving at RAF Sculthorpe in mid 1949.  At that
					time it was assigned to the 98th BG, 344th BS. 
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa.
					Accident 3May54 due to weather 100 miles N of Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54 .  Removed from inventory as surplus Feb 1957
					Reported to have crashed into Lake Mead in 1948.  This can't be
					right, since there are records of this plane being with the
					307th BW/371th BS in 1952/53 and having returned to the USA in 1954.
					To Davis Monthan AFB for storage June 1955.  Removed from inventory as surplus Feb 1957. 
				69801 Delivered to USAAF 1Feb45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Medford’.  Named ‘Lightning Baby’
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 5Aug52 due to mechanical failure taking off at Randolph AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 3Jun54 
				69802 Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Banana Boat’
					Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Transferred to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Bait Me’.  (19th BW, 93th BS) stalled and crashed SW of Kangnung, South
					Korea due to wing icing Sept 12, 1952.
				69803 Named ‘Loaded ‘Leven’.  Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 16Sep49 at Spokane AFB, WA
					(98th BW, 344th BS) crew bailed out due to engine problems Feb 28, 1952.  The plane crashed 15 miles 
					southwest of Kaesong, North Korea.
				69804 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45
					(19th BG, 93rd BS) sustained major battle damage Apr 13, 1945 and made
					emergency landing at Iwo Jima.  Plane struck a truck and was damaged further.
					Fuselage was stripped and returned to North Field, Guam where it was used
					for gunnery practice. 
44-69805/69904		Boeing B-29-65-BW Superfortress
				MSN 10637/10736.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				69805 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Named ‘Miss Bea Haven’
					Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					(92nd BG, 325th BS, "Deal Me In") caught fire but landed successfully Oct 14, 1950.  While on a 
					bombing mission, the aircraft was damaged by anti-aircraft fire. Its engines caught fire and the 
					crew was ordered to bail out. Later, the fire was extinguished and the order was cancelled, but not 
					before one crew member had bailed out; he landed in Sagami Bay, and drowned.
					To reclamation at Tinker AFB Aug 8, 1954
				69806 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Biggs AFB, TX 25Aug54 
				69807 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 
				69808 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 26May54 
				69809 Delivered to USAAF 3Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Deuces Wild’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
				69810 Delivered to USAAF 3Mar45
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 25Mar45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group, Guam
					Named ‘Censored Lady’	[Censored artwork of a naked lady].  Named ‘Censored’	[renamed]
					Named ‘Old P-7’.  Returned to CONUS 3Nov45
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					W/o Sep 4, 1951 in crash 1 mi S of Mountain Home AFB, Idaho in takeoff accident.
				69811 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45
					Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
					Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 20Mar45
					(9th BG, 1st BS, "Tinny Anne") lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 28, 1945 while mission to 
					sow mines in Shimonoseki Strait.  MACR 14522.  All 11 crew killed.
				69812 Delivered to USAAF 6Feb45.  Accident 27Apr45 landing at Depot Field, Guam
					Named ‘The Fry’in Pan’.  Named ‘Suchosi Ni!’.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					AAA damage to engine Mar 1, 1951 and outboard left wing while conducting a bombing mission over Pyongyang, Korea; 
					aircraft recovered safely at home base at Yokota AB, Japan
					Damaged 3May52 due to structural failure at Yokota AB, Japan
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54 
				69813 Delivered to USAAF 7Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 25Apr46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				69814 Delivered to USAAF 5Feb45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Indianapolis’.  Named ‘Mary Kathleen’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Apr54 
				69815 Delivered to USAAF 5Feb45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Tulsa’.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Accident 20Jan53 landing at RAF Lakenheath, UK.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 
				69816 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69817 Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Roanoke’
					Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ready Bettie’
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 30Nov51 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Named ‘Hot to Go II’
					(19th BG, 28th BS) left main landing gear retracted by accident while parked on hardstand at Kadena AB,
					Okinawa Feb 5, 1952.  Aircraft DBR.
				69818 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45.  Assigned to 49th Ferry Squadron, 21st Ferry Group
					Damaged 26Jul48 by friendly fire 5 miles S of Knowl, UT
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Star Duster’.  Named ‘Rough Roman’
					(19th BW, 28th BS) crashed during approach to K-3, Korea Jul 7, 1953.  On a tactical mission, the 
					aircraft encountered poor weather at the recovery airfield, and, low on fuel, crashed during the 
					landing approach at airfield K-3 (Pohang, North Gyeongsang Province, South Korea). All 13 crew were killed, 
					but only the remains of nine of the crew were recovered
				69819 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 97th Air Refueling Squadron, 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX
					Accident 10Jul52 landing at Biggs AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				69820 Delivered to USAAF 7Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Crash landed 17Apr45 due to engine failure 9 miles SE of Albuquerque, NM
					Surveyed at Kirtland AAF, NM 29Apr45
				69821 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 407th Air Refueling Squadron, 407th Strategic Fighter Wing, Great Falls AFB, MT
					Accident 23Mar54 due to structural failure taking off at Great Falls AFB, MT
					Reclaimed at Fairchild AFB, WA 30Jun54
				69822 Delivered to USAAF 7Feb45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 4May51-Aug51
					Assigned to 429th Air Refueling Squadron, 4505th Air Refueling Wing, Langley AFB, VA 
					Accident 21Nov54 due to weather and structural failure 100 miles SSW of Langley AFB, VA
				69823 Delivered to USAAF 7Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 17Feb54
				69824 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Lost 16May45 during mission to Nagoya, Japan
				69825 (Delivered to USAAF 7Feb45
					(6th BG, 40th BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean May 26, 1945.  MACR 15424.  The number 4 
					engine was shot out over the target and number 1 only produced reduced rpm. Low on fuel and with bad 
					weather at Iwo Jima, the aircraft ditched in shallow water at Iwo Jima; all crew rescued.
					The MACR has the plane's serial number being 42-69325, which was a P-63A.
				69826 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Damaged 1Jun45 due to mechanical failure at Barksdale AAF, LA
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Dow AFB, ME 15Sep54
				69827 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 18May53
				69828 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS 14Oct45. Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Dow AFB, ME 9Nov54
				69829 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Duke of Albuquerque’.  Returned to CONUS – 39 missions
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69830 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					W/o May 30, 1945 in crash due to engine failure 20 mi NNE of James Springs, New Mexico.  Crew bailed out
				69831 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69832 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Jul54
				69833 Delivered to USAAF 9Feb45.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, 580th Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 10Aug51 at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  Salvaged at Wheelus AFB, Libya 22Mar54=
				69834 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 21Mar45
					(9th BG, 5th BS) crashed from unknown cause Souma Girl’s School yard, Nakamaru, Naka-ku, Yokohama City, 
					Japan Apr 15, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14277.  8 crew killed 4 bailed out and became POW.
				69835 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 26May46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				69836 Delivered to USAAF 8Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Damaged 26Apr45 due to mechanical failure at Barksdale AAF, LA
					Assigned to 301st Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69837 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 11Jul54
				69838 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Accident 24Mar45 taxying at Honolulu, HI.  Surveyed 14Apr45
				69839 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Named ‘Forever Amber’
					(6th BG, 39th BS) damaged by flak Jun 5, 1945 while on mission to Kobe, Japan.  2 crew killed, 9 
					survived.  Aircraft DBR and was salvaged at Iwo Jima.
				69840 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Named ‘Bad Penny’
					(6th BG, 40th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Tinian May 16, 1945.  All crew survived, but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				69841 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69842 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at Wheelus AFB, Libya 16May54
				69843 Delivered to USAAF 10Feb45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Salvaged overseas 15Nov47
				69844 Assigned to 39th Bomb Group. Named ‘City of Tyler’.  Named ‘Lancer’
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.
				69845 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45
					(19th BG, 93rd BS) crashed in the sea near Kashiwa Island, Ouchi Town, Katta County, Kochi Prefecture, 
					Japan from unknown cause Jun 18, 1945 while om mission to Kagoshima.  MACR 14893.  All 11 crew killed.
				69846 Delivered to USAAF 13Feb45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Spirit of FDR’
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA. Reclaimed at Alexandria AAB, LA 9Jun54
				69847 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Battlin’ Betty’
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 1May51-Aug51
					Accident 23Jun51 due to mechanical failure at RAF Lakenheath, England
					Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 11Oct54
				69848 Delivered to USAAF 13Feb45.  Assigned to 500th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					(498th BG, 873rd BS) ran out of fuel Aug 6, 1945 and ditched 40 miles NW of Saipan.  All 11 crew rescued.
				69849 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 27Mar45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Warsaw Pigeon’
					Returned to CONUS 18Jun46 – 35 combat missions
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK 30Jun46
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				69850 Delivered to USAAF 13Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hamilton AFB, CA 14Sep54
				69851 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Crashed 20Jun45 due to poor weather conditions
				69852 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Filthy Fay III’.  (498th BG) missing May 24, 1945.  MACR 14491
				69853 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69854 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69855 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Little Jeff’.  Salvaged at Tinker AFB, OK 1Apr49.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Nose and tail section recovered by the US Aviation Museum, Inyokern, CA 1999
				69856 Delivered to USAAF 15Feb45
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘City of Buffalo’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				69857 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Miami Beach’
					Named ‘Ole Smoker’.  Named ‘Merry Fortune’
					(330th BG, 459th BS) ditched in Pacific Ocean on a mission to a chemical plant at Koriyama, 
					Japan Apr 12, 1945.  MACR 14238.  Fate of crew unknown.
				69858 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45.  Modified to TB-29A
					Assigned to 846th Bomb Squadron, 489th Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Accident 23Jun45 due to mechanical failure 9 miles NNE of Tucson, AZ
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA.  Reclaimed at Great Falls AFB, MT 12Sep54
				69859 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.
				69860 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘We Dood It’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS 19Oct49
					Assigned to 9th Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 5Dec51 due to mechanical failure landing at Hickam AFB, HI
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69861 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Accident 27May45 due to mechanical failure taking off at Biggs AAF, TX
					Assigned to 32nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					W/o Jun 16, 1950 in landing at RAF Lakenheath, UK
				69862 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69863 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Oct53
				69864 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Transferred to US Army.  Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 22May46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				69865 Delivered to USAAF 16Feb45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Tinny Ann’.  Salvaged 28Jul48
				69866 Delivered to USAAF 17Feb45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					(19th BW, 28th BS) damaged by three KPAFAC Yak-9 fighters near Seoul, Korea and crew bailed out over 
					Yellow Sea Jul 12, 1950.
				69867 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Named ‘Mary Fortune’.  Departed Topeka AAF, KS for Guam 13Apr45
					(39th BG, 60th BS) ditched 50 mi off coast of Japan May 29, 1945 due to battle damage while on
					mission to Yokohama, Japan.  MACR 14537.  8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and were rescued by US Navy
					submarines
				69868 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Returned to CONUS – 27 missions.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 4Oct53
				69869 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Portland’.  Named ‘Timm-id Virgin’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69870 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 14Apr45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Aurora’.  Named ‘Caboose’
					Crashed 9Jul45 after the aircraft was abandoned over Gifu, Japan due to an engine fire.
				69871 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45
					(19th BG, 30th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sueyoshi Chiba, Japan Apr 16, 1945 while on mission to 
					Kawasaki, Japan.  MACR 14269.  5 crew killed, 6 bailed out and became POW.
				69872 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Oakland’.  Named ‘Whites Cargo’.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, 314th Bomb Wing
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply Group, RAF Molesworth, England
					Accident 29Jan54 due to engine failure enroute Lajes, Azores to RAF Burtonwood, England
					Salvaged at Molesworth, UK 22Feb54
				69873 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					(19th BG, 28th BS) rammed by Ki-61 over Nabari Honshu, Japan Jun 26, 1945 while on mission to Kawasaki aircraft
					factory at Kagamigahara Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14711.  10 crew killed, one bailed out became POW.  Executed
					in July.
				69874 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 4Apr45
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Lady Jane’
					Returned to CONUS 11Nov46 – 25 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 21Oct53
				69875 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Named ‘The Black Cat’.  Named ‘City of Covington’
					Modified to KB-29M and assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale
					AFB, LA.  Crashed at Lajes Field, Azores May 18, 1950.  All 16 onboard killed.
				69876 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
				69877 Delivered to USAAF 19Feb45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 22Aug51 taxying at Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 26May52 by structural failure
					Reclaimed at Laurel AFB, MS 29Jun54
				69878 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb45.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Three Feathers II’
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 307th Air Refueling Squadron, 6th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
					Damaged 3Oct52 by fire at NAS Kwajalein, Marshall Islands
					Assigned to 307th Air Refueling Squadron, 6th Bomb Wing, Bergstrom AFB, TX
					Damaged 17Jul53 due to weather over New Orleans, LA
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				69879 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69880 Delivered to USAAF 20Feb45.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Griffiss AFB, NY 16Aug54
				69881 Delivered to USAAF 23Feb45.  Named ‘City of Flint’
					Collided and crashed near the Abe River, about 150 miles south of Tokyo.
					(29th BG, 52nd BS) collided in midair with B-29 42-65373 on mission to Shizuoka, Japan Jun 20, 1945 and 
					crashed near the Abe River, about 150 miles south of Tokyo.   A11 12 crew 
					killed.  A Japanese citizen Mr. Ito found two surviving crewmen and tried to help them. 
					These two men died of their injuries so Mr. Ito buried the two flyers at a Shinto Shrine at the base 
					of Mt. Sengen and gave them a Shinto burial. This act took great courage because it was violating 
					the military law; all enemies, dead or alive were to be turned over to the authorities. For this act, 
					Mr. Ito was labeled a traitor and forced to live in disgrace until the war's end. Following the war, 
					Ito built a monument to the Japanese citizens killed in that raid and wanted to erect one for the 
					airmen who lost their lives. He needed to inscribe their names, and according to his religion, 
					the matter had to be resolved within thirty (30) years. The efforts to get the names began a warm 
					and strong relationship between the Japanese and the Americans that still continues today
				69882 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Named ‘City of Los Angeles’.  Named ‘City of Niagara Falls’
					Named ‘Snatch Blatch’.  Named ‘Snatch Blatch’ (Witch on a Broom)
					(29th BG, 52nd BS) crashed from unknown cause at Nara-Cho Yokohama, Japan Apr 16, 1945 while on 
					mission to Kawasaki, Japan .  MACR 14270.  11 crew killed, 1 bailed out and became POW.
				69883 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 31Mar45.  Named ‘Mariana Belle’
					(9th BG, 1st BS) crashed at Iwo Jima due to battle damage Aug 7, 1945 while returning from mission 
					to Toyokawa, Japan.  MACR 15418.  All 11 crew bailed out and survived.
				69884 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Departed Topeka AAF, KS for Guam 29Mar45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Tyler’.  Named ‘Lancer’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69885 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Returned to CONUS – 39 missions.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 20Apr54
				69886 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Allentown’
					Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Mar54
				69887 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Niagara Falls’.  Named ‘Knipps Vs Nips’
					(505th BG, 484th BS) shot down by Ki-45 and crashed at Utogi Oita, Japan May 7, 1945 while on mssion 
					to Oita, Japan.  MACR 14400.  10 crew killed, one bailed out and became POW.  He was executed.
				69888 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Departed Topeka AAF, KS for Guam 18Apr45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘General Andrews’	The "General Andrews" was so dedicated by General Arnold in memory of 
					Lt General Frank Maxwell Andrews. General Frank Andrews had been one of the great pioneers of the 
					Eighth Air Force in England. As a tribute to this outstanding man, the U.S. Army Air Forces had 
					a Superfortress for him and the strike at Kushira on 27 April 1945 was officially designated the 
					General Andrews Mission. 
					(39th BG) lost from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean Apr 27, 1945 while on mission to airfields in
					Japan.  MACR 14328.  8 crew killed, 3 rescued by US Navy submarine USS Gato SS-212.
				69889 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Departed Topeka AAF, KS for Guam 3Apr45
					Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Slic Chic’.  Named ‘The Old Girl’
					(39th BG, 60th BS) crashed in Pacific Ocean May 29, 1945 while returning from mission to Yokohama, Japan
					due to engine damage from flak hits.  MACR 14539.  4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and were rescued by US Navy
					submarine.
				69890 Delivered to USAAF 14Feb45	
					The aircraft was delivered on the Boeing Wichita Plant II north apron in the presence of four Army Air 
					Force generals, high Boeing officials, and more than 20,000 Boeing-Wichita employees.
					Plastered on the wings, tail and fuselage of the plane during this historic delivery ceremony 
					was $10,343.38 in currency and coins, voluntary contributions of Boeing employees toward the national 
					infantile paralysis fund. Standing beside the B29 during the ceremony and delivered at the same time 
					was the 10,346th, and last, equivalent Boeing Kaydet primary trainer to be built here. The little 
					Kaydet had $218.85 plastered on its fuselage.
					Named ‘Boeing Wichita 1000’, The 1,000th B-29 built by Boeing at Wichita, Kansas
					Assigned to 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS
					Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 13Apr45.  Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘The Antagonizer’.  Returned to CONUS 3Nov45
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Warner Robins Air Depot (WRAD), Robins AAF, GA
					Assigned to 29th Bomb Squadron, 2nd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 31Jan49 taxying at Offutt AFB, NB.  To Boeing, Wichita for modification May49
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69891 Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Grundy Center’
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Crashed 9Jul52 due to engine failure and fire after the crew bailed out 11 miles SW of Gonzales, TX
				69892 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Peoria’.  Named ‘Pad 5 (Pontoon)’.  Named ‘Arkansas Traveler’
					Shot down 24May45 on a mission to Tokyo
				69893 Delivered to USAAF 24Feb45.  Named ‘Maximum Effort #3’
					(19th BG, 93rd BS) shot down by AA offshore of Gobo Wakyama, Japan Jun 22, 1945 while on mission to Mitsubishi
					aircraft factory at Mizushima, Japan  MACR 14918.  All 11 crew killed.
				69894 Delivered to USAAF 26Feb45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 11Apr45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Santa Rosa’.  Named ‘Uncle Tim’s Cabin
					(39th BG, 60th BS) damaged in takeoff accident at North Field, Guam Jul 28, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft
					was repaired and flown stateside.  Returned to CONUS 4Nov45
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Grumpy’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Ape Ship’.  Named ‘Jungle Jolly’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69895 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45.  Named ‘City of Beaumont’.  Named ‘Southern Comfort’
					(39th BG, 61st BS) lost Apr 28, 1945, Pacific.  MACR 14333.  The aircraft was rammed by an enemy fighter 
					over Miyazaki Prefecture. 12 MIA.  Shortly after dropping its bombs, a Japanese fighter rammed the right 
					wing knocking off about 20 feet of the wing. It was flying at about 22,000 feet at the time and 
					iately started to fall. Fortunately, it leveled off at about 12,000 feet but was being attacked by three 
					Japanese fighters. Another B-29 came to assist and the gunners managed to drive the fighters off. 
					The number 4 engine failed and the aircraft limped along until it was estimated to be 90 miles from the 
					Japanese coast. The plane had been gradually losing altitude until it hit the water. The buddy aircraft 
					circled the area and counted the men in the lifeboat. There were 12 men in the plane and all had gotten 
					in the lifeboat. The next day aircraft spotted a downed crew in a life boat and the search was called off. 
					When the rescued crew was identified later it was not that of 44-69895. Another search team was sent 
					out but nothing further was ever found
				69896 Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 3516th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 17Jul51 taxying at Randolph AFB, TX
					W/o Nov 30, 1951 in crash 10 mi SW of Yoakum, Texas due to engine failure.  Crew bailed out.
				69897 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45.  Named ‘City of Laramie’
					(330th BG, 459th BS) ditched off coast of Japan Apr 24, 1945 due to engine failure while on mission
					to Hitachi aircraft factory at Tachikawa.  MACR 14311.  8 crew killed, 3 bailed out and became POW.
					The aircraft received damage to #1 engine over the target and #2 engine after falling back and was 
					jumped by fighters. Neither propeller could be feathered so the order to bailout was given (three crew 
					members did), but the remainder stayed with the aircraft which ditched just as the aircraft left the 
					coast of Japan.  A buddy aircraft had witnessed this ditching and also life rafts. The fate of the 
					remaining crew is unclear, either perished at sea, or were killed by Japanese Naval vessels. The three 
					survivors did not see each other for ten days. They were then placed in a POW camp near Nagoya.
				69898 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Marianas 25Apr45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Strato Wolf II’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to England Sep51-Dec51
					Mid air collision 26Mar52 40 miles W of March AFB, CA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 25May54
				69899 Delivered to USAAF 27Feb45
					(497th BG, 871st BS) shot down by Ki-44 and crashed at Honshu, Japan May 5, 1945 while on mission to Kobe.  
					MACR 14365.  7 crew killed, 4 bailed out and became POW.  All were executed.
				69900 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group
					Damaged 14May45 on a mission to Nagoya, Japan. Abandoned at Iwo Jima.
				69901 Delivered to USAAF 5Mar45.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS
					Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 10Apr45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Maywood’
					Named ‘Double Trouble’.  Returned to CONUS 7Sep45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ 6Dec45
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 26Apr54
				69902 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Apr54
				69903 Delivered to USAAF 28Feb45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 12Apr45
					Assigned to 39th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 30Oct45
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA 
					Assigned to 2532nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Randolph AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69904 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Dow AFB, ME 16Mar54
44-69905/70004		Boeing B-29-70-BW Superfortress
				MSN 10737/10836.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				69905 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				69906 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45
					Named ‘Tabooma IV’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53
				69907 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 22Mar45
					Named ‘K-Dink’ (39th BG, 60th BS) lost from unknown cause over Pacific while on mission to Kawasaki, Japan Apr 15, 1945.  
					MACR 14279.  All 11 crew killed.
				69908 Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of La Grange’
					Named ‘Low & Lonely’.  Assigned to 328th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
					Damaged 18Oct49 in a ground collision with B-29 44-84143 at Castle AFB, CA
					Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Force landed 5Aug52 due to engine failure at Coaldale Junction, NV
				69909 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Named ‘Dyna-Mite II’
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Warner Robins Air Depot (WRAD), Robins AAF, GA. 
					Was the first B-29 to be cocooned at Robins AAF 11Jul46
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Old Grandma’ for the 208th mission.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69910 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Departed Smoky Hill AAF, KS for Guam 23Mar45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Eugene’
					Named ‘City of Spokane’ renamed.  Named ‘Betty Marian’
					Returned to CONUS 29Oct45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69911 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Richmond CA’.  Named ‘Vivacious Lady’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 7May54
				69912 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 10Aug54
				69913 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam.  Named ‘City of Tulsa’
					Assigned to 871st Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Gonna Mak’er II’
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 28Apr54
				69914 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Eagle Rock’.  Named ‘Lord’s Prayer’.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 19Apr45
					Returned to CONUS 31Oct45.  Named ‘Ed’s L’il Betsy’.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Reclaimed at Dow AFB, ME 18Jul54
				69915 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 3Jun51-Aug51
					Accident 4Dec52 landing at Lajes, Azores.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				69916 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				69917 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69918 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Crashed 29Apr45
				69919 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Combat damaged by flak at Osaka. Surveyed 8Jun45
				69920 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 274th Army Air Force Base Unit, Herington AAF, KS 
					Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 25Apr45.  Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Named ‘T-N-Teeny II’.  Returned to CONUS 5Dec46 – 27 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 31Dec46 for storage
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69921 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				69922 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Named ‘Lady Jean’
					(444th BG, 677th BS) in landing accident at West Field, Tinian Jun 24, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft 
					was repaired.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 27Sep53
				69923 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 8Nov51 due to mechanical failure 5 miles S of Austin, TX
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				69924 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69925 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69926 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45
					(499th BG, 878th BS) ditched off Iwo Jima May 14, 1945 after ran out of fuel while on mission to
					North Nagoya, Japan.  MACR 14430.  2 crew killed, 10 survived and were rescued.
				69927 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				69928 Delivered to USAAF 8Mar45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘City of Berkeley’.  Named ‘Je Revien’
					(330th BG, 457th BS) in landing accident at North Field, Guam May 4, 1945.  All crew survived, aircraft 
					was repaired.  Returned to CONUS 1Nov45
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 31Aug51 taxying at Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69929 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Assigned to 869th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Misty Christi’.  Returned to CONUS – 21 missions.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Aug53
				69930 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69931 Delivered to USAAF 9Mar45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69932 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Departed CONUS 22Apr45; arrived PTO.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group, Isely Field, Saipan.  Named ‘Little Jo’
					(498th BG, 873rd BS) in landing accident at Isley Field, Saipan Jul 1, 1945.  Crew survived, but aircraft
					was damaged.  The plane was repaired.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53
				69933 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 7Jul51 taxying at Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69934 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 22Apr45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 31Mar47 – 31 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 31Mar47
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Sep53
				69935 Delivered to USAAF 12Mar45.  Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 14Jul54
				69936 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Named ‘Dina Might’
					(504th BG, 421st BS) ditched from unknown cause in Pacific Ocean on bombing mission to Nagoya, Japan Jun 26, 1945.  MACR 14996.  
					Crew bailed out, 4 crew killed, 8 rescued.
				69937 Delivered to USAAF 10Mar45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 27Sep53
				69938 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69939 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Wing
					In midair collision with B-29 44-86364 at 26,000 feet over Stockton, CA Nov 16, 1949.  18 crew
					of 21 lost.  69939 crashed 14 mi NW of Stockton.  The aircraft were on a "round robin" training 
					flight from Spokane Air Force Base, with a mock bombing target to Stockton, California, then 
					onward to Ogden, Utah, then a return home when tragedy struck on the night of November 16th, 1949. 
					Two in the group of thirteen Superfortresses collided at 26,000 feet above Stockton and plunged to 
					earth in flaming wreckage. Only two airmen survived from this aircraft by bailing out in time and 
					parachuted safely to the ground. Nine other fliers perished when the aircraft impacted in 6-10 feet 
					of mud on Rindge Tract Island in the San Joaquin Delta, about 11 miles to the northwest. One crew 
					member parachuted to safety from the other B-29 (44-86364) but nine were killed when it impacted 
					on McDonald Island about 2 miles further south of this crash site.
				69940 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Technical Services Command), Victorville AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69941 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45
					(505th BG, 482nd BS) crashed on takeoff at North Field, Tinian Aug 16, 1945 due to bad weather while 
					on test flight.  Crew survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
				69942 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45
					(383rd BG, 880th BS) in taxiing accident at Batista Field, Cuba Apr 19, 1945.  All crew survived, 
					aircraft was repaired.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				69943 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 233rd Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					(TB-29, 233rd AAFBU) crashed into high ground 8 mi S of Guadalupe Peak, Texas Jun 30, 1945
					while on night navigation training mission during return leg from Davis Monthan AAF to
					Mobile, AL.  All 12 aboard killed.
				69944 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Fire Bug’
					Returned to CONUS – 30 combat missions
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Loaded Lady’
					Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Damaged 31Aug47 in a gunnery accident at RAF Marham, England 
					Accident 4Jun48 landing at Walker AFB, NM.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				69945 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45
					Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s, used for explosives testing before being scrapped at 
					Davis Monthan AFB, AZ.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69946 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Apr54
				69947 Delivered to USAAF 16Mar45
					Assigned to 247th Army Air Force Base Unit, Smoky Hill AAF, Salina, KS
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Apr54
				69948 Delivered to USAAF 13Mar45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				69949 Delivered to USAAF 14Mar45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				69950 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69951 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Named ‘Short Time Only’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Assigned to 421st Air Refueling Squadron, 49th Fighter-Bomber Wing, Yokota AB, Japan
					(98th BW, 345th BS) damaged by gunfire from MiG-15 over bridge at Chongju, North Korea Mar 1, 1951.  Able to
					land in South Korea.  Damaged 12Nov54 due to mechanical failure at Nagoya Range Station, Japan
					Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan
				69952 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 10Oct54
				69953 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				69954 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Mar54
				69955 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 29Jul45 taxying at Newark AAF, NJ.  Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 8Feb54
				69956 Delivered to USAAF 17Mar45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69957 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Assigned to 879th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group
					Artwork ‘The Hot Number’.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Jul52
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 24Mar54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake 1960. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					The severely damaged and gutted nose section was recovered from China Lake by the US Aviation Museum, Inyokern, CA 2000
					Used as a parts source in restoration of ‘Doc’ (44-69972)
				69958 Delivered to USAAF 20Mar45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
 				69959 (Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
					Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘BUB - Beat Up Bastard’
				69960 Delivered to USAAF 19Mar45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69961 Delivered to USAAF 21Mar45
					(505th BG, 484th BS) ditched after takeoff 2 mi W of North Field, Tinian May 19, 1945 due to flaps 
					being raised too soon.  MACR 14474.  7 crew killed, 4 survived and were rescued.
				69962 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB.  Departed CONUS May45 for PTO
					Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Miles City’
					Returned to CONUS Mar46.  Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT for storage Apr46
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS Jun49
					Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
					Assigned to 9th Aerial Refueling Squadron, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Dec51
					Assigned to 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID Jul53
					To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Jul54 for storage. Reclaimed 16Aug54. SOC Feb57
				69963 Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Winnie II’
					Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Big Schmoo’
					Assigned to Muroc AFB, CA
					("Big SCHMOO / WINNIE II" 444BG/58BW/678BS) was one of two B-29s used for post-war rocket 
					assisted takeoff test program, designed to extend range by using less fuel on take-off.   
					Program probably cancelled because of development of the B-47 /B-36 and  in-flight refueling advances. 
  					Salvaged Dec/1951
				69964 Delivered to USAAF 21Mar45.  Assigned to 482nd Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Mary Anna II’
					(505th BG) shot down over Tokyo May 26, 1945 Crashed in Takenishi, Funaho Village, Inba County, Chiba 
					Prefecture, Japan.  MACR 14502. 8 crew killed, 3 crew fate unknown
				69965 Delivered to USAAF 22Mar45.  To the Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL
					Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS.  Departed CONUS 16May45 for PTO
					Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					(462nd BG) shot down by Ki-45 Jun 5, 1945 over Kobe, Japan.  MACR 14605. The aircraft was hit by a flak 
					burst which caused damage to the left wing around #2 engine. A fire started in this engine, but was 
					extinguished temporarily by the application of CO2 and the feathering of the propeller. The decrease 
					in airspeed was soon evident, and it began to drop back out of formation.  The fighter attack 
					at this point was very concentrated. Two fighters attacked it. The aircraft began to blaze fiercely, 
					and it was evident that it would not make it. A great sheet of flame enveloped the aircraft  and the 
					left wing fell off. Both wing and plane were burning as they tumbled toward the earth. The aircraft 
					hit the ground and exploded. The aircraft crashed approximately 35 miles southeast of Kobe.
 					4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POWs.  6 were executed, 1 died in captivity.  
				69966 Delivered to USAAF 23Mar45.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					(462nd BG) shot down by J2M3 Jack May 14, 1945 near Nagoya, Japan and crashed in Iseno Bay.  MACR 14431.
					4 crew killed, 7 bailed out and became POW.  5 were executed, 2 released in 1945.
				69967 Delivered to USAAF 21Mar45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group May45.  Surveyed 8Jun45
				69968 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 28Jul48
				69969 Delivered to USAAF 23Mar45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Oregon Express’
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
				69970 Delivered to USAAF 23Mar45
					(504th BG, 398th BS, "Nip Finale") shot down by AAA and crashed at Yaehara Chiba, Japan May 29, 1945 while on
					mission to Yokohama, Japan.  MACR 16100.  All 12 crew KIA
				69971 Delivered to USAAF 23Mar45.  Assigned to 421st Army Air Force Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA
					Accident 19Jun45 due to mechanical failure landing at Muroc AAF, CA.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Oct52
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 17Feb54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				69972 (MSN 10814) to Bechtel-McCone Modification Center, Birmingham, AL Mar 1945.  To Combat
					Crew Training Squadron, 331st AAFBU, Barksdale Field, LA Apr 1945.
					To 4141st AAFBU, Pyote Field, TX Nov 1945.  To 41st Base Unit, Pyote Field, TX Feb 1946.
					To 2753rd Aircraft Storage Squadron (Air Material Command) at Pyote AFB, TX Oct 1950.
					to San Antonio Air Material Area, Kelly AAF, TX Nov 1950.  Redesignated TB-29 
					for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK May51
					To 7th Radar Calibration Squadron at Griffiss AFB, NY Jul 1951.
					Accident 28Nov51 due to mechanical failure landing at Robins AFB, GA
					To 109th Radar Calibration Squadron at Griffiss AFB, NY Sep 1952.
					To 1st Radar Calibration Squadron at Griffiss AFB, NY Dec 1952
						Named ‘Doc’		[the squadron named its aircraft for Snow White and the seven dwarfs’
					To 4713rd Radar Evaluation Flight at Griffiss AFB, NY Mar 1954.
					To Arco Manufacturing Corp at Berry Field TN for work Mar 1955 
					To 17th Tow Target Squadron, Yuma County Airport, AZ May 1955.
					To 4750th Air Defense Wing, Yuma County Airport, Az May 1955.
					Transferred to US Navy Mar 1956.  To China Lake Oct 15, 1956 for use as ballistic target for air combat training.
					Retired to China Lake Mar 14, 1965.  *Doc* stored on range for many years 
					at Naval Air Warfare Center, China Lake, CA.  Acquired by
					National Museum of Naval Aviation Feb 1994 and registered
					N6735C but did not leave China Lake until recovered Apr 15, 1998 and 
					moved to United States Air Museum, Inoykern, CA  in exchange for a B-25
					for restoration.  Registered N44697 Mar 19, 1998  and sent to Boeing plant in Wichita
					KS for restoration back to flying condition as N69972 Jul 1998.  Aircraft
					moved out of Boeing plant Mar 2007 (they needed the room) and
					a hangar appeal has been launched.  Restoration virtually complete Sep 2015.  Awarded FAA Air
					Worthiness Certificate May 19, 2016.  On loan to Kansas Aviation Museum, Wichita, KS
				69973 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					W/o Aug 8, 1945 in crash 7 mi E of Milton, Florida.  One killed, rest of crew bailed out.
				69974 Delivered to USAAF 26Mar45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
				69975 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
					Departed CONUS for PTO 3May45.  Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The Spearhead’
					On May 28, 1945, General A.W. Kissner, Chief of Staff, 21st Bomber Command, wrote to General Keller 
					Rockey, Fifth Marine Division, that as a token of respect and appreciation of the great contribution 
					made by the Fifth Marine Division in the taking of Iwo Jima, they desired to name a new B-29 for 
					the Fifth Marine Division in the taking of Iwo Jima, and to inscribe the Division Insignia on the plane. 
					The aircraft was named “The Spearhead”. The brass of the Fifth Marine Division and the 9th BG got 
					together and had a dedication ceremony on Tinian, August 17, 1945. 
					Returned to CONUS 8May46.  Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 23May46. Used as a target for weapons testing
				69976 Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 328th Army Air Force Base Unit, Gulfport AAF, MS
					Damaged 2Jun45 due to structural failure at Gulfport AAF, MS
					Assigned to 98th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 16Apr51
				69977 Delivered to USAAF 24Mar45.  Assigned to 793rd Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Miss Peggy’
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 28Feb49 due to mechanical failure landing at Spokane AFB, WA
					Accident 25Jun49 due to engine damage at RAF Sculthorpe, England
					(98th BW) attacked by MiGs while hitting bridge at at Kogungong-dong,
					Korea and crash landed at Taegu Airfield (K-2) South Korea Mar 1, 1951.
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				69978 Delivered to USAAF 25Mar45.  Named ‘City of Atlanta’
					(504th BG, 398th BS) aircraft was shot down over Tokyo and crashed in a rice paddy at Enomoto, Hiyoshi 
					Village, Chosei County, Chiba Prefecture May 25, 1945 while on mission to Tokyo.  MACR 14503.
					6 crew killed, 5 bailed out and became POW.
				69979 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar45.  Assigned to 24th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Damaged while parked at North Field, Tinian May 20, 1945 by crashing B-29 42-24913.  
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				69980 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Connecticut Yankee II’.  Assigned to 325th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Lake Success Express’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
					("Deal Me In") to reclamation at Tinker AFB Aug 8, 1954.
				69981 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for Guam 4May45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Allendale’.  Named ‘Old Eighty One’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69982 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Cajun Queen’.  Named ‘1885 Aviation Engineers’
					Named ‘110th Seabees’	Named to honour the Naval Construction Battalions (known as the “Seabees”) who 
					built the airfields, bridges, roads and hospitals across the Pacific.
					Modified to SB-29.  Assigned to 52nd Air Rescue Squadron, 6th Air Rescue Group, Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland
					(SB-29) disappeared March 18, 1953 while searching in Newfoundland for RB-36H 51-13721 that General Ellsworth
					was lost on.  None of the crew of 10 were ever found.  It is believed to have crashed into St. Georges Bay, 
					a few miles from the runway, killing 11. Wreckage was never found, no cause for the crash was ever identified.
				69983 (MSN 10815) Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					in 1974 was at Sandia Atomic Museum, Kirtland AFB, NM.  Museum failed, and aircraft reported 
					1976 to be derelict and dismantled.  Reported at Saipan, Marianas in 1985 and later at Travis AFB, CA
				69984 (MSN 10816) Delivered to USAAF 27Mar45.  Departed Mather AAF, CA for PTO 7May45
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Assigned to 459th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 22Feb54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA
				69985 Delivered to USAAF 27Mar45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 8May45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Jake’s Jalopy’
					Accident 22Nov46 taking off from Honolulu, HI.  Returned to CONUS 20Mar47 – 29 combat missions
					Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, McClellan AAF, CA 13Aug48
					Salvaged at McClellan AFB, CA 14Sep48
				69986 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for Guam 5May45
					Assigned to 60th Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Vincennes’.  Named ‘Many Happy Returns’
					Returned to CONUS 30Oct45.  Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA
					Assigned to 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 17Jun54
				69987 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 873rd Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Kayo Kid’.  Modified to WB-29.  Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 1604th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Accident 2Dec51 due to mechanical failure during takeoff at Andrews AFB, MD
					Reclaimed at Burtonwood, UK 1Oct54
				69988 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Hickam AFB, HI 18May54
				69989 Delivered to USAAF 28Mar45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Warner Robins Air Depot (WRAD), Robins AAF, GA
					Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group
					Damaged in crash Nov 4 1947 3 mi SW of Wilbur, Washington.  
				69990 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45
					(19th BG, 30th BS) crashed NW of Iwo Jima Jul 1, 1945 due to two engines on fire while on mission
					to Shimonoseki, Japan.  MACR 14693.  2 crew killed, 9 bailed out and were rescued.
				69991 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
				69992 Delivered to USAAF 29Mar45.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian May45
					Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Griffiss AFB, NY 14Sep54
				69993 Delivered to USAAF 31Mar45
					(498th BG, 874th BS0 lost 2 engines after takeoff and crash landed at Kobler Field, Saipan Jun 22, 1945. All
					crew survived but aircraft was destroyed.
				69994 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS
					Departed Topeka AAF, KS for PTO 13May45.  Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group
					Combat damage 5Jun45 and crashed on landing at Iwo Jima with one crew member killed. The aircraft was repaired.
					Returned to CONUS 28Apr47 – 7 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 28Apr47
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				69995 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Accident 4Apr45 landing at Kearney AAF, NB.  Named ‘City of Knoxville’
					Named ‘Ernie Pyle’	Named ‘Ernie Pyle’s Milk Wagon’
					Was one of the four aircraft that flew the first B-29 mission of the Korean conflict, 27Jun50
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				69996 Delivered to USAAF 30Mar45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 457th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Gary’
					(330th BG, 457th BS) crashed at Iwo Jima due to engine failure Aug 8, 1945.  All crew survived but
					aircraft was destroyed.
				69997 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45. Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group, 314th Bomb Wing
					Named ‘City of Spanish Forks’.  Named ‘Heavenly Body’
					Assigned to 505th Bomb Group, 313th Bomb Wing.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				69998 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Assigned to 870th Bomb Squadron, 497th Bomb Group
					(497th BG, 870th BS) lost from unknown cause Aug 28, 1945, South Pacific.  MACR 14867.  Took off from 
					Saipan to drop supplies on a POW camp in Japan. Never heard from after takeoff, all 12 on board missing. 
					Crashed Toga, Honshu Island, Japan
				69999 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 14Jan48 due to mechanical failure taking off at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Accident 8Apr48 due to mechanical failure landing at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Four of a Kind’.  Named ‘Sure Thing’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				70000 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Transferred to US Army 30Apr46
				70001 Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sweet Sue’	
					Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 18Jul54
				70002 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr45.  Named ‘Sky Chief’
					(444th BG, 677th BS) crashed at West Field, Tinian May 17, 1945.  Aircraft was destroyed.
				70003  Delivered to USAAF 2Apr45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Chicago’.  Named ‘Parker’s Van’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 6May48
				70004 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr45.  Named ‘City of Cooperstown’
					(60th BS, 39th BG) accident in taxying at North Field, Guam May 4, 1945.  MACR 14367.  . 7 MIA, 4 saved
44-70005/70104		Boeing B-29-75-BW Superfortress
				MSN 10837/10936.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				70005 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr45.  Named ‘The Herd of Bald Goats’
					(482nd BS, 505th BG) lost from unknown cause at Saipan Island Nov 5, 1945.  MACR 15986.  The pilot was 
					the only casualty after a third engine failure made the aircraft drop 1,000 feet a minute.
				70006 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Virgin Sturgeon’
					Assigned to 1504th Army Air Force Base Unit, Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA
					Accident 19Apr46 taxying at Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA
					Modified to KB-29P boom tanker at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 11May51-Aug51
					Reclaimed at Bergstrom AFB, TX 29Sep54
				70007 Delivered to USAAF 5Apr45.  Named ‘Target For Tonight’.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. 
					Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Accident 18Jun51 due to mechanical failure landing at Pusan East AB, Korea
					Accident 7Apr52 taxying at Hickam AFB, HI.  Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				70008 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Named ‘City of Seattle’.  Named ‘Ruthless Ruthie’
					(29th BG, 52nd BS) shot down by AAA over Kobe, Japan Jun 5, 1945 and crashed at Yamada Village
					Hyogo, Japan while on mission to Kobe.  MACR 14604.  9 crew killed, 2 bailed out and became POW.
					1 died in captivity, one was executed.
				70009
				70010 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Named ‘City of Pacific Palisades’.  Named ‘City of Hatch’
					Named ‘City of Glen Falls’.  Named ‘Cue Ball’
					(458th BG, 330th BG) On the night of May 17, 1945 the aircraft took off from North Field on Guam on a 
					night incendiary bombing mission against Nagoya. While en route to the target the number 2 engine 
					appeared to be on fire approximately 20 miles from the Japanese coast, and failed to feather. The 
					bombs were salvoed and the aircraft turned towards Iwo Jima and the crew alerted to be ready to bail 
					out because the airplane seemed uncontrollable due to the vibrations and wind milling propeller. 
					Later, the order was given to bail out, and the five crew in the rear of the plane jumped. 
					The rest of the crew in the nose and cockpit were unable to lower the nose landing gear down to 
					exit the aircraft. The vibrations ceased and the rest of the crew successfully landed on Iwo Jima. 
					The number 2 engine burst into flames on landing but was extinguished after 10-15 minutes. 
					Two other B-29s dropped two rafts and a “gibson girl” and supplies to the men who had bailed out. 
					A destroyer searched for the remainder of the day and night, but failed to find any trace of 
					a missing crew member. Afterwards, this B-29 was listed as ACNL .  MACR 14444.  
					Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 352nd Bomb Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
					Attached to 22nd Bomb Wing during TDY to Lakenheath, England 24Sep51-Dec51
					Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54
				70011 Delivered to USAAF 4Apr45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 27Apr45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘French’s Kabazie Wagon’
					Returned to CONUS 8Apr47 – 25 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 1Jan48
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Oct53
				70012 Delivered to USAAF 5Apr45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘Max Effort’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				70013 Delivered to USAAF 3Apr45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘Feather Merchant’.  Transferred to US Army 16May46
				70014 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 468th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				70015 Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian May45.  Named ‘Marianas Belle’
					Selected for a non-stop flight from Japan to Washington, DC to be led by General Curtiss LeMay.
					Modified with additional fuel storage and the removal of unnecessary equipment, guns and turrets. 
					40th Bomb Group markings removed; Twentieth Air Force emblem applied to the vertical stabiliser.
					Departed Tinian 15Sep45 for Iwo Jima to refuel and on to Mistune, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. 
					Departed Mizutani 18Sep45 flown by General LeMay. Stronger headwinds forced a refuelling stop 
					in Chicago, IL after a flight time of 27 hours, 30 minutes. After refuelling, departed and arrived 
					Washington National Airport, DC in the evening of 19Sep45.
					Salvaged 2Jun52
				70016 (MSN 10848) Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 458th Bomb Squadron, 330th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Sentimental Journey’.  Named ‘City of Quaker City’
					Returned to CONUS 1Nov45 – 32 missions
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Material Command), Victorville AAF, CA, for storage November 1945
					Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Robins AAF, GA for storage Jun46
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Mar51
					Assigned to the Rome Air Development Center Squadron, Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY
					Assigned to 4713th Radar Evaluation Squadron [ECM], Griffiss AFB, Rome, NY Mar54
					Named ‘Dopey’.  Reclaimed at Griffiss AFB, NY 14Sep54
					To the Arizona Aircraft Storage Branch, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Jun59.  Displayed on ‘celebrity row’ 1965-69
					Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program 1969; on loan to the Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
					Put on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, Arizona.
				70017 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					(19th BG, 28th BS) crashed after disintegrated in midair over Nagoya, Japan May 14, 1945 while on 
					mission to Nagoya.  Crashed in Kodama 3-Chome, Nishi-ku, Nagoya City.  MACR 14428.  All 11 crew killed.
				70018 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 26Apr45
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Monroe’.  Named ‘Doc Jones’
					Named ‘The Ernie Pyle’.  Returned to CONUS 21Mar46 –25 missions
					Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT.  Reclaimed 4Jan51
				70019 Delivered to USAAF 6Apr45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Who’s Next’
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Used for trials at Flight Refuelling Limited, Tarrant Rushton, England Jul51
					Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 421st Air Refueling Squadron, Yokota AB, Japan.  Named ‘Who’s Next’
					Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 1Sep54
				70020 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				70021 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Nov54
				70022 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 25May54
					70023 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70024 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 307th Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Crashed Nov 16, 1950 53 mi w of Davis Monthan AFB, AZ in midair collision with B-50A 46-097.  
					6 of 10 aboard the KB-29 were killed.
				70025 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				70026 Delivered to USAAF 9Apr45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
					Assigned to 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, 2nd Bomb Wing, Hunter AFB, GA. TDY to Lakenheath, UK 2Jun51-Aug51
					Salvaged at Turner AFB, GA 12Oct54.
				70027 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				70028 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Nov54
				70029 Delivered to USAAF 10Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				70030 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr45.  Assigned to 314th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Michigan City’
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Nov54	
				70031 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr45.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, 
					Biggs AAF, TX.  Crash landed 1May45 due to mechanical failure at Biggs AAF, TX
				70032 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 235th Army Air Force Base Unit, Biggs AAF, TX
					Accident 26May45 landing at Biggs AAF, TX.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54
				70033 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Nov54
				70034 Delivered to USAAF 11Apr45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70035 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Nov54
				70036 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70037 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				70038 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45
					Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit (Air Technical Services Command), Victorville AAF, CA
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Apr54
				70039 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Modified to TB-29
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
					Crashed 22May45 due to engine failure taking off from Kirtland AAF, NM
					Modified to TB-29 for radar evaluation by the Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK
					Assigned to 5040th Radar Evaluation Flight, 5040th Consolidation Maintenance Group, Elmendorf AFB, Anchorage, AK.
					(TB-29, 5040th CMG, 5040th RF) crashed into mountain 39 mi SE of Talkeetna, 
					AK Nov 15, 1957.  6 killed, 4 survived. 
				70040 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				70041 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA.  Named ‘Stinger Queen’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				70042 Delivered to USAAF 12Apr45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 12May45
					Assigned to 22nd Bomb Group, March AFB, CA
					Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa 
					Named ‘The Lemon Drop Kid’
				70043 Delivered to USAAF 13Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Accident 11Aug45 landing at Barksdale AAF, LA.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70044 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				70045 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 23Sep53
				70046 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
				70047 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54		
				70048 Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 11Jun45 when the aircraft ground looped at MacDill AAF, FL
					Assigned to 7155th tow Target Squadron. Detached to 36th Fighter-Bomber Group, Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany
					Accident 25Jul52 taxying at Furstenfeldbruck, West Germany
					Reclaimed at Randolph AFB, TX 10Feb54
				70049 (MSN 10881) Delivered to USAAF 14Apr45
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Clark Field, Philippines 23Mar54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					One of 4 B-29’s obtained by Disney from China Lake for use in the movie “The Last Flight of Noah’s Ark”. 
					reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA.  Acquired 1987 by Weeks Air Museum and reported later
					same year stored dismantled at Borrrego Springs, CA.  Reported stored dismantled at Aero Trader, 
					Borrego Springs, CA 1988-2002 for Kermit Weeks.
					Parts in store at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, Florida
				70050 Delivered to USAAF 16Apr45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Great Falls AFB, MT 3Dec53
				70051 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 22Sep53
				70052 Delivered to USAAF 17Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70053 Delivered to USAAF 17Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 328th Army Air Force Base Unit, Gulfport AAF, MS
					Accident 31Jul45 due to engine failure over Gulfport AAF, MS
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53
				70054 Delivered to USAAF 17Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70055 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group
					Combat damaged 1952 and made an emergency landing at Kimpo, Seoul, Korea
					Reclaimed at Kadena AB, Okinawa 27Jun54
				70056 Delivered to USAAF 17Apr45.  Assigned to 236th Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Accident 28Apr45 at Pyote AAF, TX.  Surveyed at Pyote AAF, TX 8May45 
				70057 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 13Sep54
				70058 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45
					Assigned to 3511th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 18Apr53 in a collision landing at Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				70059 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				70060 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 2750th Air Forces Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Converted as a test bed for wing-rack experiments. Each rack could carry one 22,000lb Grand Slam or 
					one 12,000lb Tall Boy, or a pair of 4,000lb M56 light case demolition bombs. 
					Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 12May54 
				70061 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 3Nov53
				70062 Delivered to USAAF 19Apr45.  Reclaimed at McClellan AFB, CA 15Jul54
				70063 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				70064 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 13Jul51 on the ground at Randolph AFB, TX.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Reported 1975 in storage at NAS China Lake, CA.  Moved to Castle AFB Musuem in 1980.
					Forward fuselage of 44-70064 used in rebuild of 44-61535 on display at Castle Air Museum, Atwater, CA.
					Plane is actually made up of three derelict targets from China Lake (44-61535, 44-70064, and 44-84084)
					Reported Sep 2006 to be displayed as 461535  Now on display at Castle Air Museum, CA.  
				70065 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Damaged 2Oct52 in a bird strike 10 miles NNE of Randolph AFB, TX
				70066 Delivered to USAAF 18Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53
				70067 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Apr54
				70068 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 1Nov54
				70069 Delivered to USAAF 20Apr45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Dearly Beloved: The Ramp Tramp’.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54		
				70070 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 29Apr45
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘The 8 Ball’
					Returned to CONUS 27Jun46 – 35 combat missions
					Assigned to 4136th Army Air Force Base Unit, Tinker AAF, OK 30Jun46
					Salvaged at Tinker AFB, OK 31Mar48
				70071 Delivered to USAAF 21Apr45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 25Mar54
				70072 Delivered to USAAF 23Apr45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 29Apr45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Limber Richard’
					Returned to CONUS 17Jun46 – 30 combat missions.  Salvaged at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54
				70073 Delivered to USAAF 23Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 331st Army Air Force Base Unit, Barksdale AAF, LA
					Damaged 30May45 due to engine failure and fire at Barksdale AAF, LA
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to England Sep51-Dec51
					Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Assigned to 326th Bomb Squadron, 92nd Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Named ‘Winchester “73” – Red Raider’
					(92nd BG, 327th BS, "Mac's Effort) to reclamation Nov 8, 1954 at Smoky Hill
				70074 Delivered to USAAF 22Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Force landed 18May45 due to fire 7 miles N of MacDill AAF, FL
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 20Apr54
				70075 Delivered to USAAF 24Apr45
					(498th BG, 875th BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo, Japan May 24, 1945.  MACR 14485.  All 11 crew KIA.
				70076 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
					Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Turner AFB, GA 25Jul54
				70077 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for Guam 5May45
					Assigned to 61st Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Cleveland’.  Named ‘Little Bully’
					Returned to CONUS 27Oct45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				70078 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group.  Named ‘William Allen White’
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 8Nov50
				70079 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
					Departed Kearney AAF, NB for Marianas 8May45.  Assigned to 62nd Bomb Squadron, 39th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Redfield’.  Named ‘Forever Amber’.  Returned to CONUS 20Oct45
					Assigned to 38th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				70080 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group, Guam
					Named ‘City of Michigan City’.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Named ‘City of Griffin’.  Named ‘Oily Boid III’.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 25Mar54
				70081 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group
					Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
				70082 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				70083 Delivered to USAAF 22Apr45.  Named ‘Flying Fool’
					(499th BG, 877th BS) shot down by AAA Jun 1, 1945 while on mission to
					Osaka, Japan. MACR 14428.   All 11 crew killed.  
				70084 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45
					(468th BG, 793rd BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Yoshino Kochi, Japan Jun 22, 1945 while on mission 
					to Kure, Japan.  MACR 14672.  7 crew KIA, 4 bailed out and became POW. 
				70085 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 234th Army Air Force Base Unit, Clovis AAF, NM
					Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian May45.  Named ‘Patches’
					On 25May45 damaged by AAA while over the target. The aircraft returned to West Field Tinian. 
					After landing, the aircraft was being moved off to one side of the runway to let another B-29 land. 
					The emergency brakes did not hold and the aircraft ran off the runway causing damage to the lower 
					forward turret and all the propeller tips.  Returned to CONUS 14Oct45
					Reclaimed at Mountain Home AFB, ID 25Jul54
				70086 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 29Sep53
				70087 Delivered to USAAF 25Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				70088 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70089 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr45
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Dec51
					Assigned to Flight D, 2nd Air Rescue Squadron, Kadena AB, Okinawa, Apr52
					Assigned to 34th Air Rescue Squadron, 2nd Air Rescue Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa 
					Accident 15Aug53 due to weather 5 miles E of Manila, Philippines
				70090 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45
					Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 326th Army Air Force Base Unit, MacDill AAF, FL
					Accident 15May45 due to weather landing at MacDill AAF, FL
					Surveyed at MacDill AAF, FL 15May45
				70091 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 10Jan54
				70092 Delivered to USAAF 26Apr45
					(30th BS, 19th BG) crashed at North Field, Guam Nov 2, 1945.  MACR 15406.  Fate of crew unknown.
				70093 Delivered to USAAF 27Apr45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				70094 Delivered to USAAF 28Apr45.  Assigned to 25th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian May45
					Named ‘B-Sweet IV’
				70095 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 10Jun51
				70096 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				70097 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 2132nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Maxwell AAF, AL
					Accident 19Oct45 due to mechanical failure landing at Maxwell AAF, AL
					Assigned to 4000th Army Air Force Base Unit, Wright AAF, OH
					Assigned to 2750th Air Force Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
					Reclaimed at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 2Jul54
				70098 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group
					Salvaged at McClellan AFB, CA 24Sep49
				70099 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 878th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Sep53
				70100 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian May45
					Named ‘Miss You’.  Returned to CONUS 12Oct45.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				70101 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 330th Bomb Group.  Named ‘City of Berkeley’
					Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Je Reviens’ (“I shall return”)
					Returned to CONUS – 27 missions
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Dec51
					Assigned to 2nd Air Rescue Squadron, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 34th Air Rescue Squadron, 2nd Air Rescue Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa 
					Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 13Sep54
				70102 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Here’s Hopin’
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Oct53.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
					Remainder of aircraft sold to the US Aviation Museum, Inyokern, CA Mar00. Towed to museum Apr00
					Returned to US Navy and towed back to China Lake 2006. Stored for proposed US Naval Museum of 
					Armament and Technology at China Lake.
					Rear fuselage and tail removed on sale to Kermit Weeks. Stored at Aero Trader, Borrego Springs, CA 2000
					Remainder of aircraft sold to the US Aviation Museum, Inyokern, CA Mar00. Towed to museum Apr00
					Returned to US Navy and towed back to China Lake 2006. Stored for proposed US Naval Museum 
					of Armament and Technology at China Lake.
				70103 Delivered to USAAF 30Apr45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, North Field, Guam
					Named ‘City of Lincoln’.  Named ‘Princess Pat II’.  Salvaged 15Nov47
				70104	(MSN 10936)  Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 768th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					SB-29 Assigned to 1st Rescue Squadron, Kindley AFB, Bermuda Feb52
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 11Mar54
44-70105/70154		Boeing B-29-80-BW Superfortress
				MSN 10937/10986.  Dispostions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
				70105 Delivered to USAAF 3May45.  Assigned to 29th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 343rd Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
					Forced landing 27Jul48 due to engine failure at Geiger Field, WA
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				70106 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS 2May45 to 22May45
					Named ‘Nip Finale’.  Departed CONUS for PTO 26May45, arriving 29May45
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 12Dec45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70107 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 52nd Bomb Squadron, 29th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Cherry-The Horizontal Cat’.  Accident 7Nov45 taxying at North Field, Tinian
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53		
				70108 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 26May45
					Named ‘Sweet Thing’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 31Jul54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				70109 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Named ‘Delilah’
					(504th BG, 398th BS) lost from unknown cause Jun 26, 1945 in South Pacific while on mission to Japan.  
					MACR 14940. 4 crew killed, 8 survived and were rescued.
				70110 Delivered to USAAF 3May45.  Assigned to 770th Bomb Squadron, 462nd Bomb Group
					Departed CONUS for PTO, arriving 31May45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				70111 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 504th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Strap Hanger’.  Salvaged at Clark Field, Philippines 9Jul48
				70112 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Departed Kearney AAF, NB for PTO 24May45
					Assigned to 19th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sweet Sue’
					Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group, Clark Field, Philippines
					Accident 6Mar47 at Clark Field, Philippines.  Returned to CONUS 27Apr47 – 16 combat missions
					Assigned to 4121st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kelly AAF, TX 9Nov50.  laimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				70113 Assigned to 883rd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Ancient Mariner’
					Named ‘Marilyn Gay’.  Named ‘Hoof Hearted’
					Returned to CONUS – 27 combat missions and 5 POW missions
					Assigned to 580th Air Resupply Squadron, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Assigned to 581st Air Resupply and Communications Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 582nd Air Resupply and Communications Wing
					Assigned to 3200th Proof Test Group, Eglin AFB, FL
					Mid air collision 13Oct52 6 miles south of Eglin AFB, FL
					Transferred to US Army
					Assigned to Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD, 1956. Used as a target for weapons testing
 					Converted to TB-29.  Recovered in 1973 and moved in pieces to the now defunct Florence Air and Missile 
					Museum in South Carolina.  Aircraft was left in the open disassembled until 1989. After reassembly, 
					while aircraft was being towed to its display spot, the fuselage split at two seams and collapsed. 
					The museum hadn’t properly bolted the fuselage sections together and the plane could not stand the strain. 
					The aircraft was abandoned where it fell.   Further damage was caused by Hurricane Hugo; the nose 
					section was rolled onto its side. The aircraft lay derelict until obtained by the B-29 Superfortress 
					Association at Dobbins ARB.  Assigned to USAF Museum Loan Program; on loan to the 94th Maintenance Group, 
					Dobbins ARB, GA. Restoration was conducted between 1994-1996. The B-29 Superfortress Association named 
					the aircraft “Sweet Eloise” in a ceremony in the 1990’s.
					Preserved and on display as gate guard at Dobbins ARB, GA. 
				70114 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				70115 Delivered to USAAF 2May45.  Departed CONUS for PTO, arriving 29May45
					Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 21Oct45
					Assigned to 505th Bomb Group. Assigned to 98th Bomb Squadron, 11th Bomb Group, Northwest Field, Guam
					Damaged 18Jul46 by mechanical failure at Northwest Field, Guam.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Aug53
				70116 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Named ‘Sharon Linn’
					(6th BG, 24th BS) shot down by AAA and crashed at Yokogoshi Niigata, Japan Jul 20, 1945 while on mission
					to mine Niigata Harbor.  All 11 crew bailed out and became POW.  4 were lynched by Japanese civilians.
				70117 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 881st Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Returned to CONUS – 16 missions
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK 11Dec52
					Reclaimed at Yokota AB, Japan 1Sep54
				70118 Delivered to USAAF 4May45.  Assigned to 271st Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB.  Named "The Ernie Pyle"
					Departed CONUS for PTO 27May45.  The nose art was removed when the aircraft reached its intended operations 
					base in the Pacific, as the base commander thought it would become a prime target of the Japanese. 
					Assigned to 504th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS 22Oct45
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 23Jun54
				70119 Delivered to USAAF 7May45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Outhouse Mouse’.  Assigned to 497th Bomb Group
				Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK 31Jul51
					Reclaimed at Hickam AFB, HI 9Feb54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				70120 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Memphis Maid’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53
				70121 Delivered to USAAF 3May45.  Departed Herington AAF, KS for PTO 19May45
					Assigned to 99th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Group.  Named ‘William Allen White’
					Assigned to 11th Bomb Group, Northwest Field, Guam
					Accident 3Sep46 landing at Northwest Field, Guam
					Returned to CONUS 26Mar47 – 7 combat missions
					Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX 1Jan48
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 25Sep53
				70122 Delivered to USAAF 8May45
					(505th BG, 484th BS) lost from unknown cause 35 mi S of Iwo Jima Oct 10, 1945, North Pacific.  MACR 14951.  
					Fate of crew unknown.
				70123 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group, Tinian 26May45
					Named ‘Ho Hum’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
				70124 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 40th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Tojo’s Nightmare’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 14Oct53
				70125 Delivered to USAAF 4Jul45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				70126 Delivered to USAAF 8May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
				70127 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 678th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 5Jun45
					Named ‘Here’s Hop’n’.  Named ‘Unconditional Surrender’
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK 
					Assigned to 52nd Air Rescue Squadron, 6th Air Rescue Group, Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland
					Damaged 13Jun54 in a ground collision taxying at Kindley Field, Bermuda
					Accident3Oct54 due to mechanical failure taking off at Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 12May54
				70128 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 26May45
					Named ‘Big Ain’t It?’.  Reclaimed at Andersen AFB, Guam 14Jul54
				70129 Delivered to USAAF 9May45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Arson Inc’.  Named ‘Flak Maid’.  Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 16May54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				70130 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 444th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 19Aug54
				70131 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Patience Reward’.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 53rd Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Modified to SB-29 at Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area (OCAMA), Tinker AFB, OK Dec52
					Assigned to 2nd Air Rescue Squadron, Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Assigned to 34th Air Rescue Squadron, 2nd Air Rescue Group, Kadena AB, Okinawa 
					Accident 2Oct53 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Last noted at Kindley Field, Bermuda Feb55
				70132 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					(444th BG) suffered direct flak hit while bombing Shumitomo Metal Factory at Osaka and crashed
					Osaka Bay Jul 24, 1945. Both parts of plane were seen to land in Osaka Bay Area MACR 14792.  10 KIA, 
					1 POW/executed.
				70133 Delivered to USAAF 10May45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group.  Assigned to 505th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
				70134 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group 
					Assigned to 2nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
					Named ‘No Sweat !’
					Converted to WB-29, named "The Desert Rose", and based at 373rd Recon Squadron (VLR) Wea, based at Kindley AFB, 
					Bermuda.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				70135 Delivered to USAAF 16May45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Antoinette II’
					Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54
				70136 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group
					Named ‘Buckin’ Bronc’	[17Jun-2Jul45].  Named ‘Hog Wild’	[3Jul45]
					Shot down by a couple of Russian Yak fighters 29Aug45 while dropping supplies to POWs in Korea. 
					The aircraft was on a humanitarian mission to air drop supplies to the Konan POW Camp near Hungnam 
					and Hamhung in North Korea. 
				70137 Delivered to USAAF 11May45.  Assigned to 677th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Robins AFB, GA 13Apr54
				70138 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 398th Bomb Squadron, 505th Bomb Group
					Accident 31Dec45 taking off from North Field, Tinian
				70139 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45
					Named ‘Global Glamor’.  Returned to CONUS 13Oct45.  Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				70140 Delivered to USAAF 12May45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 5Jun45
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54.  Transferred to US Navy
					Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				70141 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group 
					Named ‘Nippon Nemesis’.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Mar54
				70142 Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 17May51 on the ground at Randolph AFB, TX
					Crashed 8Nov51 due to engine failure and fire after the crew bailed out 2 miles NW of Kelly AFB, TX
				70143 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 1Jun45.  Named ‘Talie Ho!’
					Assigned to 3510th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
					Accident 15Oct52 when the aircraft stalled landing at Randolph AFB, TX
					Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70144 Delivered to USAAF 14May45.  Assigned to 882nd Bomb Squadron, 500th Bomb Group 
					Returned to CONUS – 17 missions.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
					Assigned to 9th Air Refueling Squadron, 303rd Bomb Wing, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
					Accident 1Apr53 due to mechanical failure 6 miles E of Marana, AZ
					Assigned to 9th Air Refueling Squadron, 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Accident 8Jul53 in a ground collision taxying at Mountain Home AFB, ID
					Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
				70145 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 875th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group 
					Last noted at Prestwick, Scotland 11Apr54
				70146 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 794th Bomb Squadron, 468th Bomb Group, Tinian 7Jun45
					Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 20Apr54
				70147 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 874th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sentimental Journey’
					Assigned to 301st Air Refueling Squadron, 301st Bomb Wing, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
					Crashed 9Aug49 landing at Smoky Hill AFB, KS.  Salvaged at Smoky Hill AFB, KS 7Sep49
				70148 Delivered to USAAF 15May45.  Assigned to 462nd Bomb Group
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 12Nov53
				70149 Delivered to USAAF 16May45.  Assigned to 676th Bomb Squadron, 444th Bomb Group 1Jun45
					Named ‘Lucky 13’.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70150 named “Tokyo Trolley II”.  Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 39th Bomb Squadron, 6th Bomb Group
					Assigned to 4925th Test Group (Atomic), Kirtland AFB, NM
					Accident 24Mar53 taxying at Wichita Municipal Airport, KS
					Reclaimed at Patrick AFB, FL 10May54
				70151 Assigned to 45th Bomb Squadron, 40th Bomb Group, Tinian Jun45.  Named ‘Eddie Allen II’
					Assigned to 301st Bomb Group
					Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
					(307th BW, 370th BS) damaged by MiGs during bombing mission to Yalu River, crew bailed out over Yellow 
					Sea Oct 23, 1951.The crew bailed out in the Chinnampo/Inchon area (Yellow Sea). Thirteen occupants, 
					nine fatalities.
				70152 Delivered to USAAF 18May45.  Assigned to 499th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				70153 Assigned to 877th Bomb Squadron, 499th Bomb Group.  Returned to CONUS – 11 missions.  Modified to WB-29
					Assigned to 512th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
					Redesignated to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
					Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
					Accident 28Mar51 landing in a heavy snowstorm at Misawa AB, Japan
				70154 Delivered to USAAF 22May45.  Assigned to 4141st Army Air Force Base Unit, Pyote AAF, TX
					Reclaimed at Pyote AFB, TX 14Oct53
44-70155/70156		Hughes XF-11
				Redesignated XR-11.
				70155 crashed on first and only flight in flames Beverley Hills, CA July 7, 1946.  Pilot Howard Hughes badly injured.
					Prop had gone into reverse pitch while in flight.
				70156 First flight Apr 5, 1947 by Howard Hughes.  Arrived at Eglin Field, Florida, in December 1948 from Wright Field, 
					Ohio, to undergo operational suitability testing through July 1949.  The airframe was transferred to Sheppard AFB, 
					Texas, on 26 July 1949 for use as a ground maintenance trainer by the 3750th Technical Training Wing.
					Dropped from the USAF inventory in November 1949.
44-70157/70254		Hughes F-11
				Contract cancelled