1944 USAAF Serial Numbers (44-70255 to 44-83885)


Last revised July 7, 2014


44-70255/70554	Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman
			c/n 520/819
			70255 (c/n 520) in accident Jul 28, 1945.  Salvaged Aug 6, 1945
			70256 (c/n 521) to surplus Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as NC79821.
				Ferried to Israel
			70257 (c/n 522) crashlanded near Wurzburg, Germany Oct 5, 1945
			70258 (c/n 523) to SE-AZP in 1947, later OY-ACA in 1949, later TF-AIA
			70259 (c/n 524) salvaged Dec 20, 1945.
			70260 (c/n 525) to surplus Apr 30, 1947
			70261 (c/n 526) to surplus Apr 30, 1947
			70262 (c/n 527) to surplus Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as NC79822.
				Ferried to Israel,and crashed near Rome, Italy May 20, 1948 during
				ferry flight.  2 killed.
			70263 (c/n 528) to surplus Apr 30, 1947
			70264 (c/n 529) to salvage Mar 6, 1945
			70265 (c/n 530) with 394 SrS/85 SrG ground looped at Martlesham Heath,
				England Mar 10, 1945.  To salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70267 (c/n 532) to civil registry as LN-PAE in 1948, F-OBTK, F-BRGG
			70268 (c/n 533) to disposal as surplus Apr 30, 1947
			70269 (c/n 534) crashed due to fuel starvation near Sivry-Rance, Belgium Oct 20, 1944
			70270 (c/n 535) to surplus Apr 12, 1946.  To US Forest Service as
				NC66799, to Canada as CF-LZO, then N50646, and C-FLZO.
				Registration CF-LZO reserved Mar 19, 2004.
			70271 (c/n 536) found in dump in Indonesia and registered PK-SAM.
				To Netherlands East Indies Air Force and serialed T-400.  Handed over
				to AURI as PK-SAM.
			70272 (c/n 537) to salvage Aug 5, 1945
			70273 (c/n 538) to surplus Aug 7, 1945.  To US civil registry
				as NC59796.  To CF-JDG in 1956.  Damaged in accident Jun 4, 1987
				and parts from c/n 131 used to rebuild. Airworthy with British Columbia Aviation
				museum as CF-DRE.
			70274 (c/n 539) to RFC Jul 16, 1945. To US civil registry as N60671
			70275 (c/n 540) to RFC Nov 2, 1945.
			70276 (c/n 541) to RFC Nov 2, 1945.  To US civil registry as NC59819
				with Southern Commercial Air Transport of Lousiiana.
				To Canadian civil registry in 1952 as CF-GBI of Central Northern
				Airways Ltd of Manitoba, which later became Transair Ltd.  To
				Northland Airlines in 1968 and to Courier Trading and Enterprises
				in 1969.
			70277 (c/n 542) to RFC Nov 2, 1945. became NC54316 of Kansas City
				Southern Skyways, then to VO-ABX Jan 1, 1949, then CF-GUE Dec 2, 1950.
				To US civil registry in 1999 as N225BL.
			70278 (c/n 543) to RFC Nov 2, 1945.  To civil registry as N67896, then F-BECI
			70279 (c/n 544) to RFC Sep 19, 1945.  to US civil registry as N67897.  To F-BECJ.
			70280 (c/n 545) to salvage Jan 20, 1945.
			70281 (c/n 546) to Czechoslovakia in Dec 1946.  
			70282 (c/n 547) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947
			70283 (c/n 548) to salvage Dec 20, 1945
			70284 (c/n 549) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as
				NC79831.  Later ferried to Israel.
			70285 (c/n 550) disappeared over English Channel Dec 15, 1944 with Maj. 
				A. Glenn Miller and two others on board.  MACR 10770.  
				It is believed that the plane was lost by straying
				into a forbidden zone in mid-channel which was designated for the
				jettisoning of surplus ordnance.  On that day, a squadron of RAF
				Lancasters had aborted a mission and and were jettisoning their
				bombloads in this zone.  One crewman claims to have looked down
				and saw a Norseman flying low over the water.  Before he could
				draw any attenion to this, the Norseman was apparently overwhelmed
				by bomb splashes/bursts and disappeared.
			70286 (c/n 551) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947
			70287 (c/n 552) to salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70288 (c/n 553) 
			70289 (c/n 554) used in England as communications aircraft by 44th BG.
				Crashlanded at Shipdam, England Oct 13, 1944.  To salvage
				Jul 17, 1946.
			70290 (c/n 555) used in England as communications aircraft by 20th FG.
				To salvage Dec 29, 1945.
			70291 (c/n 556) to salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70292 (c/n 557) to salvage
			70293 (c/n 558) 
			70294 (c/n 559) to AB Ahrenbergsflyg of Sweden as SE-ATB Aug 1946.
				To Royal Swedish AF as 78003.
			70295 (c/n 560) to RFC Nov 3,1945.  To US civil user as NC60808.  To 
				HC-SCH of ANDESA.  To Transportes Aeros Orientales of Ecuador as 
				HC-SNB-002.  Sold in Peru as OB-T-745.
			70296 (c/n 561) to RFC Feb 25, 1946.  To US civil registry as N55860.  To Canadian civil registry
				as CF-KVB, then to US civil registry as N57WS.  Now on display at WPAFB Museum painted as 44-70534
			70297 (c/n 562) to RFC Nov 2, 1954.  To N55430, exported to Guatemala in 1946 
				as LG-AIA, then TG-AIA
			70298 (c/n 563) to RFC Nov 2, 1945.  To US civil registry as N58407.  To Argentinian civilian registry as LV-AAV.
			70299 (c/n 564) to RFC Oct 11, 1945.  To US civil registry as NC54665 with
				Alaska Airlines, to CF-NJV with Northern Fort Nelson Air Service.
				Later to McInnes Products Corp, to Allan Loutitt, to Buffalo
				Airways.  Crashed at Thuban Lake Aug 6, 1970.  
			70300 (c/n 565) crashed near Siliguri, India Jun 10, 1945.  Condemned
				Aug 6, 1946.
			70301 (c/n 566) crashed at Siliguri, India Jun 10, 1945.  Pilot killed.  Listed as going to US civil registry as N54231.
			70302 (c/n 567) 
			70303 (c/n 568) to RFC Feb 27, 1945.  To civil registry as NC33177.  To
				Canadian registry Sep 1953 as CF-HCB.  Landed on ice floe May 19, 1956
				but pilot was unable to start the engine.  Aircraft broke loose
				and sank.  Pilot was rescued.
			70304 (c/n 569) to RFC Jul 14, 1945.  To Honduran Air Force in 1945.  To 
				Colombian civil registry as HK-8P Aug 16, 1947
			70305 (c/n 570) to RFC Jul 29, 1945.  To US civil registry as N59969
			70306 (c/n 571) became NC59589, then believed to have become VO-ABL.
				Crashed in Halls Bay Jun 20, 1947
			70307 (c/n 572) to RFC Sep 19, 1945.  To US Fish and Wildlife Service as N276
			70308 (c/n 573) to RFC Mar 29, 1946.  To Civil registry as N64721, N1047N?
			70309 (c/n 574) 
			70310 (c/n 575) to RFC Mar 30, 1946.  To NC53037, sold to Aviacion 
				General SA, Panama as RX-144
			70311 (c/n 576) condemned Nov 5, 1945.
			70312 (c/n 577) to salvage Dec 10, 1945.
			70313 (c/n 578) to salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70314 (c/n 579) condemned Feb 27, 1947.
			70315 (c/n 580) to salvage Jun 28, 1945.
			70316 (c/n 581) used in England as communications aircraft by 351st BG.
				To surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as NC79833,
				ferried to Israel.
			70317 (c/n 582) to Skandinaviska Aero AB of Sweden as SE-APY Sep 1946.
				Destroyed in hangar fire at Vasteras, Sweden Jan 26, 1949.
			70318 (c/n 583) sold to India Apr 29, 1946.  To Siamese Airways in 1946 as HS-SGD.  To Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.
				Registration HS-SGD cancelled Oct 27, 1958
			70319 (c/n 584) with 1 ACG damaged in taxiing accident at Meiktila, Burma
				Apr 9, 1945.  To salvage Sep 5, 1945.
			70320 (c/n 585) destroyed by tornado in India Mar 20, 1945.
			70321 (c/n 586) destroyed by tornado in India Mar 20, 1945. 
			70322 (c/n 587) to CF-OBF of Ontario Provincial Air Service, later to
				Central Northern Airways Ltd, later to Trans-Air Ltd.  To Northland
				Wild Rice Jan 1965, to Northland Airlines Ltd Mar 1965.  Aircraft
				went missing on flight to selkirk, Manitoba Oct 11, 1965.  Not
				found until Jun 1966.  Pilot was killed.
			70323 (c/n 588) condemned Aug 8, 1945
			70324 (c/n 589) diverted to Brazilian AF Sep 1944 as FAB 05, later 2799.
			70325 (c/n 590) diverted to Brazilian AF Sep 1944 as FAB 06, later 2800.
			70326 (c/n 591) diverted to Brazilian AF Sep 1944 as FAB 07, later 2801
			70327 (c/n 592) diverted to Brazilian AF Sep 1944 as FAB 08, later 2802.
			70328 (c/n 593) to RFC Dec 11, 1945.  To US civil registry as N59882
			70329 (c/n 594) destroyed by tornado in India Mar 20, 1945.
			70330 (c/n 595) destroyed by tornado in India Mar 20, 1945.
			70331 (c/n 596) to salvage Sep 5, 1945.
			70332 (c/n 597) to salvage Sep 5, 1945.
			70333 (c/n 598) sold to India Apr 29, 1946.  To Siamese Airways Mar 1946 as HS-SGE.  To Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.
				Destroyed when ran off end of runway while landing at Mae Hong Son, Thailand Jun 27, 1956.
			70334 (c/n 599) to salvage Jan 18, 1945.
			70335 (c/n 600) to salvage Dec 29, 1945
			70336 (c/n 601) to Swedish civilian user as SE-ASA Nov 1964.  To Swedish
				government as 70882 Apr 1949.  Crashed in forced landing Jul 14, 1954.
			70337 (c/n 602) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as
				NC79827, ferried to Israel.
			70338 (c/n 603) crashlanded near Grosse Belsen, Germany Oct 31, 1945.
				To salvage Dec 22, 1945.
			70339 (c/n 604) to RFC Mar 28, 1946.   To US civil registry as N53029, to N63865
			70340 (c/n 605) to salvage Jan 18, 1945.
			70341 (c/n 606) to surplus Apr 30, 1947.
			70342 (c/n 607) with 326 FRAS/1 TpG damaged in landing accident at
				Reims, France Mar 23, 1945.  To salvage Apr 30, 1945
			70343 (c/n 608) to salvage Sep 6, 1945.
			70344 (c/n 609) to salvage Jul 17, 1946
			70345 (c/n 610) to salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70346 (c/n 611) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as
				NC74133, ferried to Israel.
			70347 (c/n 612) on Belgian civil registry as OO-AAR in 1946.
			70348 (c/n 613) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947
			70349 (c/n 614) to salvage Sep 6, 1945
			70350 (c/n 615) 
			70351 (c/n 616)
			70352 (c/n 617)
			70353 (c/n 618) to salvage Nov 10, 1945.
			70354 (c/n 619) 
			70355 (c/n 620) destroyed by fire May 11, 1945
			70356 (c/n 621) destroyed by tornado in India Mar 20, 1945.
			70357 (c/n 622) dold in India Apr 29, 1946.  To VT-CFV with Northern
				Airways Ltd of Lahore.  To Pakistani user in 1956 as AP-AGU.
			70358 (c/n 623) to RFC Nov 19, 1945. To civil user as NC56782.  To Varig
				Airlines in Brazil as PP-VBE in 1947.  Crashed Dec 18, 1950.
			70359 (c/n 624) to RFC Aug 27, 1945.  To US civil registry as NC1425.
			70360 (c/n 625) to RFC Sep 22, 1945.  To US civil registry as NC51131.
				To Central Northern Airways, Ltd as CV-FQX, later Transair Ltd.
			70361 (c/n 626) to RFC Feb 11, 1946.  To US civil registry S N65394
			70362 (c/n 627) became NC54315 with Kansas City Southern Skyways, then 
				to Newfoundland Airways as VO-ABW Jan 1, 1949, then CF-GPG in 1949
				after Newfoundland became a Candadian province Apr 20, 1949.  
				Crashed in Gander Lake Aug 18, 1950
			70363 (c/n 628) to RFC Oct 13, 1945.  to US civil registry as N59789.  To Canadian user as CF-HAD Jun 1953.
				Crashed at Uplands Airport, Ottawa Mar 10, 1959.
			70364 (c/n 629) to RFC Dec 5, 1945.  To US civil registry as N88779
			70365 (c/n 630) 
			70366 (c/n 631) to RFC Sep 1945.  To US civil registry as N49879
			70367 (c/n 632) to RFC Nov 19,1945.  To US civil registry as N88733
			70368 (c/n 633)
			70369 (c/n 634)
			70370 (c/n 635) to RFC Mar 21,1 946.  To US Department of Agriculture
				as NC58689.  To Central Northern Airways (later Transair) as CF-IRE.
				Destroyed by fire at Eskimo Point, NWT Aug 28, 1958.
			70371 (c/n 636) to RFC MAr 21, 1946.  To US Department of Agriculture
				as NC58690.  To Canadian registry as CF-KAO in 1957.
			70372 (c/n 637) to RFC Mar 21, 1946.  To US Department of Agriculture
				as NC58691.  To Canadian registry as CF-LSS in 1959.  Now on
				US civil registry as N78691.
			70373 (c/n 638) to RFC Sep 19, 1945.  To US civil registry as NC18588.
				To Canadian civil registry as CF-DHW.  Destroyed at Sept Iles, 
				Quebec Dec 18, 1946.
			70374 (c/n 639) to RFC Sep 18, 1945.  To US civil registry as NC49768.
				To Canadian civil registry as CF-GSS.  Destroyed by fire at
				Sioux Lookout, Ontario Dec 3, 1952.
			70375 (c/n 640) to NC58404, then LV-AAX.
			70376 (c/n 641) to RFC Nov 28, 1945.  TO US civil registry as N18957, then as N61323
			70377 (c/n 642) to Swedish registry as SE-AYW.  Crashed on Lake Sitasjaure
				and sank Sep 25, 1950.
			70378 (c/n 643) to civil registry as SE-ASI, F-OALK, F-LAAD, N3099
			70379 (c/n 644) to Czechoslovakia Nov 1946.
			70380 (c/n 645) to SE-ASM Sep 1946, then OY-ADK, SE-ASM
			70381 (c/n 646) to Switzeraland Nov 1946 as HB-UIK, OH-NOA
			70382 (c/n 647) to salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70383 (c/n 648) crashed near Schweinfurt, Germany Nov 15, 1945
			70384 (c/n 649) to LN-PAD, to Norwegian AF as R-AI, LN-BFN
			70385 (c/n 650) to salvage Apr 30, 1946
			70386 (c/n 651) to salvage Feb 19, 1945.
			70387 (c/n 652) to salvage Apr 4, 1946.
			70388 (c/n 653) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry
				as NC79830, ferried to Israel.
			70389 (c/n 654) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.
			70390 (c/n 655) to salvage Jun 24, 1946.
			70391 (c/n 656) to salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70392 (c/n 657) used in England as communications aircraft by 4th FG.
				To salvage Jun 24, 1946.
			70393 (c/n 658) to Czech Republic as OK-ZDA.
			70394 (c/n 659) crashed near Goppingen, Germany Oct 1, 1945
			70395 (c/n 660) to salvage Jan 2, 1946.
			70396 (c/n 661) to Skandinaviska Aero AB of Sweden as SE-APX.  To
				Denmark as OY-ABN.
			70397 (c/n 662) to Brazilian AF Oct 1944 as FAB 09, later 2803.
			70398 (c/n 663) to Brazilian AF Oct 1944 as FAB 10, later 2804.
			70399 (c/n 664) to Brazilian AF Oct 1944 as FAB 11, later 2805.
			70400 (c/n 665) to Brazilian AF Oct 1944 as FAB 12, later 2806.
			70401 (c/n 666) to RFC Sep 22, 1945.  To US civil registry as N60802
			70402 (c/n 667) to RFC Sep 26, 1945.  To civil registry as N69795
			70403 (c/n 668) to RFC Sep 28, 1945.  To US civil registry as N734
			70404 (c/n 669) to RFC Nov 1945.  To US civil registry as NC59888.
				To Peru as OB-M-249.  To Canadian registry as CF-ZMX.
			70405 (c/n 670) to RFC Sep 22, 1945.  To US civil registry as N736.
			70406 (c/n 671) to RFC Sep 22, 1945.  To US civil registry as N19116.
			70407 (c/n 672) to RFC OCt 11, 1945.  To US civil registry as N59965.  To CF-IRI.  Crashed at
				Pekogaming Lake, Ontario May 25, 1966.
			70408 (c/n 673) to RFC Oct 19, 1945, then to NC59788, tnen to N63133, then to CF-EPZ.
				Crashed Sep 20, 1973.
			70409 (c/n 674) 
			70410 (c/n 675) to salvage Nov 11, 1945.
			70411 (c/n 676) to surplus Aug 14, 1947
			70412 (c/n 677) condemned Apr 19, 1946
			70413 (c/n 678) condemned Oct 11, 1945.
			70414 (c/n 679) to PI-C-263 with Philippine Airlines.  W/o Aug 21, 1953.
			70415 (c/n 680) condemned Oct 1, 1946
			70416 (c/n 681) by 1954 was PI-C-28 of Philippine Air Lines
			70417 (c/n 682) to surplus Aug 19, 1947
			70418 (c/n 683) to salvage Nov 13, 1946
			70419 (c/n 684) 
			70420 (c/n 685) condemned Oct 1, 1946
			70421 (c/n 686) destroyued in typhoon in Philippines Nov 5, 1946
			70422 (c/n 697) to surplus Aug 14, 1947
			70423 (c/n 698) to salvage Oct 11, 1946
			70424 (c/n 689) by 1954 was PI-C-263 of Philippine Air Lines
			70425 (c/n 690) to Indian registry as VT-AZL
			70426 (c/n 691) to India in 1945.
			70427 (c/n 692) to Indian registry as VT-AZD in 1946
			70428 (c/n 693) sold in India Apr 29, 1946
			70429 (c/n 694) to Indian registry as VT-AZN
			70430 (c/n 695) to Siamese Airways Apr 1946 as HS-SGA.  To Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.
				Damaged during forced landing after engine failure Dec 20, 1952.  Registration 
				HS-SGA cancelled Oct 27, 1958
			70431 (c/n 696) to salvage Sep 6, 1945.
			70432 (c/n 697) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation 
			70433 (c/n 698) to Indian civil registry as VT-AYP.  To Siamese Airways in 1946 as HS-SGF.
				w/o early 1951 in Tak Province, Thailand.
			70434 (c/n 699) condemned Sep 5, 1945.
			70435 (c/n 700) to Indian registry as VT-AZS
			70436 (c/n 701) to Indian registry as VT-AZP
			70437 (c/n 702) to Indian civil registry as VT-CAV, then to Ethiopian
				registry as ET-P-6
			70438 (c/n 703) to Indian civil registry as VT-AZQ
			70439 (c/n 704) condemned Aug 23, 1946
			70440 (c/n 705) to PI-C-228 with Philippine Air Lines
			70441 (c/n 706) to salvage Jun 10, 1945.
			70442 (c/n 707) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947
			70443 (c/n 708) to surplus disposal Agu 28, 1947
			70444 (c/n 709)
			70445 (c/n 710) to surplus disposal Feb 27, 1946.
			70446 (c/n 711) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry
				as NC79826, ferried to Israel.
			70447 (c/n 712) sold as surplus to Sweden and registered to
				Arosflyg Dec 12, 1946 as SE-AYG.  Sank in lake of Mavasjaure
				Sep 8, 1948.
			70448 (c/n 713) to US civil registry as N79828.  to South African civil registry as ZS-DNH, To French
				civil registry in Gabon as F-OBGU, registered TR-LKP when Gabon
				became independent.
			70449 (c/n 714) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.
			70450 (c/n 715) by 1954 was PI-C-228 of Philippine Air Lines
			70451 (c/n 716) condemned Feb 27, 1947
			70452 (c/n 717) to salvage Sep 6, 1945
			70453 (c/n 718) to Indian civil registry as VT-CFM in 1946
			70454 (c/n 719) to salvage Nov 17, 1945.
			70455 (c/n 720) to salvage Nov 7, 1945
			70456 (c/n 721) to Siamese Airways Apr 1946 as HS-SGC.  To Thai Airways Nov 1, 1951.
				Registration HS-SGC cancelled prior to 1955.
			70457 (c/n 722) to Indian civil registry in 1946 as VT-AZE.  
				W/o Nov 21, 1948
			70458 (c/n 723) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry 
				as NC74134, ferried to Israel.
			70459 (c/n 724) 
			70460 (c/n 725) 
			70461 (c/n 726) to salvage Nov 8, 1945
			70462 (c/n 727) to Switzerland Nov 21, 1946 as HB-UIL
			70463 (c/n 728) to Sweden as SE-ASK in 1946, to Norway as LN-SUW in 1953.
				Caught fire on takeoff at Narvik Oct 3, 1953 and destroyed.
			70464 (c/n 729) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947
			70465 (c/n 730) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947
			70466 (c/n 731) sold in India Mar 29, 1946
			70467 (c/n 732) to excess inventory list Nov 30, 1945.
			70468 (c/n 733) to Indian registry as VT-AZO Mar 1946, To Ethiopian
				Airlines as ET-T-13, to Kenyan registry as VP-KNG, to South
				Africa as ZS-DMB.  Crashed at Leribe, Batusoland Jun 13, 1955
			70469 (c/n 734) to Indian registry as VT-CFF Jun 1946
			70470 (c/n 735) 
			70471 (c/n 736) to Indian civil registry as VT-CGS
			70472 (c/n 737) to Indian civil registry VT-AYE.  Blown into a ditch at Bombay during hurricane Nov 20, 1948.
			70473 (c/n 738) sold Feb 10, 1946
			70474 (c/n 739) to Indian civil registry as VT-AXU
			70475 (c/n 740) to Brazilian AF Mar 2, 1945 as FAB 13, later 2807.
			70476 (c/n 741) to Brazilian AF Mar 2, 1945 as FAB 14, later 2808
			70477 (c/n 742) to Brazilain AF Mar 2, 1945 as FAB 15, later 2809.
			70478 (c/n 743) to Brazilian AF Mar 2, 1945 as FAB 16, later 2810.
			70479 (c/n 744) to Brazilian AF Mar 2, 1945 as FAB 17, later 2811. 
			70480 (c/n 745) to Indian civil registry as VT-AZG Mar 1, 1946.
			70481 (c/n 746) 
			70482 (c/n 747) to Indian civil registry as VT-CHS Nov 27, 1946
			70483 (c/n 748) to VT-AVF
			70484 (c/n 749) to India Jan 19, 1945.
			70485 (c/n 750) to India Jan 19, 1945.
			70486 (c/n 751) to Indian civil registry as VT-AXV Apr 26, 1946
			70487 (c/n 752) destroyed in India by tornado Jun 1, 1945.
			70488 (c/n 753) diverted to US Navy Jun 8, 1945 
			70489 (c/n 754) sold as surplus in India Apr 26, 1946.
			70490 (c/n 755) to India Feb 26, 1945
			70491 (c/n 756) shipped to Australia May 5, 1945.  Put on excess
				inventory list
			70492 (c/n 757) disposed of as surplus in Japan Aug 14, 1947
			70493 (c/n 758) by 1954 was PI-C-26 of Philippine Air Lines
			70494 (c/n 759) shipped to Australia May 5, 1945 and disposed of as
				surplus.
			70495 (c/n 760) shipped to Australia May 5, 1945 and disposed of as
				surplus.
			70496 (c/n 761) to Indian civil registry as VT-CBX Sep 19, 1946
			70497 (c/n 762) to Indian civil registry as VT-AYF Sep 19,1946.
			70498 (c/n 763) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry
				as NC79829, ferried to Israel.
			70499 (c/n 764) to salvage May 4, 1946
			70500 (c/n 765) to salvage Jul 10, 1945
			70501 (c/n 766) to salvage Apr 4, 1946
			70502 (c/n 767) condemned Feb 29, 1947
			70503 (c/n 768) to LV-AFR
			70504 (c/n 769) to US civil registry as NC79832 and ferried to
				Israel.  To civil registry as 4X-ARS.  On display at Israeli Air
				Force Museum.
			70505 (c/n 770) to surplus Apr 30, 1947
			70506 (c/n 771) to surplus Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as NC79823
				and ferried to Israel
			70507 (c/n 772) to salvage May 23, 1946
			70508 (c/n 773) to salvage Nov 1, 1946
			70509 (c/n 774) to surplus disposal Apr 30, 1947.  To civil registry as I-AIAK, 
				YE-AAD(not taken up), I-AIAK, EC-ANO, CN-TEE, F-AZBN.
				As F-AZBN, spent some time painted with false registration D-ANBZ 
				for film purposes.  Frame noted 2004 at Aviodrome, Lelystad, Holland
				as long term restoration project.  Still under restoration in 2007.
			70510 (c/n 775) to Royal Norwegian AF as  N-21, then R-AC.  To civil registry as LN-BWG,
				F-OBTJ, then F-BKFJ.
			70511 (c/n 776) to Norwegian AF as R-AB.  Temp to LN-BDI, back to R-AB.
				Sank at Bodo harbor Jan 31, 1957.
			70512 (c/n 777) condemned in Alaska.
			70513 (c/n 778) to Royal Norwegian AF as R-AD, then to civil registry as LN-TSS, F-OBTC,
				F-BSTC.  Modified as Latecoere 17 replica.  After F-BSTC, was F-AZBD when
				it was converted to Latecoere 17P configuration by Salis Collection at La Ferte
				Alais.  Registered in USA as N4474 Sep 2002.
			70514 (c/n 779) to Norwegian AF as R-AE.  Then to civil registry as LN-BFA.
			70515 (c/n 780) to Norwegian AF as RA-F, then to LN-TSN, then to SE-CGM
			70516 (c/n 781) to Norwegian AF as R-AG, temp to LN-BDF, back to R-AG 
			70517 (c/n 782) to Norwegian AF as R-AH.  To civil registry as LN-TSO
			70518 (c/n 783) to Norwegian AF as R-AI, but aircraft was w/o before code
				could be assigned.  Code R-AI was assigned to c/n 649
			70519 (c/n 784) to Indian civil registry as VT-AYD Jan 10, 1946
			70520 (c/n 785) became VT-AVG then became AP-ABI with Pakistan upon partition 
				of British India in 1948.
			70521 (c/n 786) to salvage in India Feb 20, 1946
			70522 (c/n 787) to civil registry in India Mar 1, 1946 as VT-AZF.  
				Crashed Apr 10, 1947 at Tirupur, India
			70523 (c/n 788) to Indian civil registry as VT-AZH, later VT-AXW
			70524 (c/n 789) to Indian civil registry as VT-CFU, then AP-ADP 
				when Pakistan was split from India.
			70525 (c/n 790) to civil registry VT-AZI Mar 1, 1946, then F-OANG in
				VietNam
			70526 (c/n 791) to Indian civil registry as VT-CBW
			70527 (c/n 792) to Indian civil registry as VT-CBW Sep 19, 1946.
				W/o in hurricane in India Nov 21, 1948
			70528 (c/n 793) to Australia Apr 15, 1945.  Put on excess inventory list.
			70529 (c/n 794) to civil registry with Maryland Airlines of Easton, MD as N56438.
				To VietNam as F-OACY, then F-LAAA.
			70530 (c/n 795) to RFC Nov 2, 1945.  To US civil registry as N735
			70531 (c/n 796) to Indian civil registry as VT-AZJ, N9999F
			70532 (c/n 797) to RFC Nov 19, 1945.  To US civil registry as
				NC60188.  To Canadian civil registry as CF-GJN.  In accident
				May 14, 1981. Donated to Western Canada Museum, Winnipeg,
				Manitoba.
			70533 (c/n 798) to RFC Sep 18, 1945.  To civil registry as NC58405.
				Sold to Compania Argentina De Aeronavigation Dodera as LV-AAW.
			70534 (c/n 799) Built for RCAF as A591, direct to USAAF as UC-64A/44-70534. Attached to 2152RU, Dec 20, 1948 damaged in 
				landing accident at Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada.  Attached to 6RU, Mar 10, 1949 damaged in a taxi accident at 
				Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada.  By 2012 was hanging from the ceiling in the USAF Museum 
			70535 (c/n 800) to RFC Sep 15, 1945.  To US civil registry as N51805
			70536 (c/n 801) to RFC Feb 2, 1946.  To US civil registry as N63408
			70537 (c/n 802) to Indian civil registry as VT-AZT Mar 1, 1946
			70538 (c/n 803) to Indian civil registry as VT-AZK Mar 1, 1946.  
				Crashed May 12, 1947 at Birkener, India
			70539 (c/n 804) to Indian civil registry as VT-CLF May 3, 1946.
			70540 (c/n 805) w/o in ground accident at Ondal, India Jun 9, 1945
			70541 (c/n 806) to Indian civil registry as VT-AVK Jan 10, 1946.
				To Peacock Airlines of Burma in 1947 as XY-ABB.  Destroyed
				by insurgents Aug 17, 1949.
			70542 (c/n 807) w/o in ground accident at Ondal, India Jun 9, 1945
			70543 (c/n 808) damaged in landing accident at Bar Le Duc, France May 29, 1945
			70544 (c/n 809) to Swedish registry as SE-ATA Jun 8, 1946
			70545 (c/n 810) to Swedish registry as SE-AYF Oct 16, 1946, to
				Norwegian registry Aug 31, 1965 as LN-AAO
			70546 (c/n 811) became LN-PAB with Norwegian civil registry Jul 17, 
				1947.  Crashed when it hit sure during landing at Lake Gavnevaan,
				Norway Sep 3, 1952.  Noted spring 2004 under restoration at 
				Norwegian Aviation Museum, Bodo, Norway.
			70547 (c/n 812) to salvage Nov 5, 1946
			70548 (c/n 813) to salvage Jun 24, 1946
			70549 (c/n 814) to excess inventory list Dec 31, 1945
			70550 (c/n 815) crashlanded due to fuel starvation near Caen, France
				Nov 26, 1945
			70551 (c/n 816) to RFC Mar 19, 1946.  To US civil registry as N53034
			70552 (c/n 817) damaged in takeoff accident at Agualdulce, Panama Apr 18, 1945
			70553 (c/n 818) to surplus disposal Jun 13, 1946.
			70554 (c/n 819) to surplus disposal Mar 26, 1946.
44-70555/70904	Cancelled contracts
44-70905/71104	Bell P-39Q-25-BE Airacobra
			70905 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70906/70909 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70910 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70911/70916 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70917/70920 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
				70920 to French AF. Damaged in landing accident Oct 13 1944 at Vallon, France.  Pilot unhurt.
			70921/70934 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70935/70938 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
			70939 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70940 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70941/70943 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70944 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70945 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70946/70952 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70953/70955 Lend-Lease to Free French AF
			70956/70969 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70970/70973 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70974/70975 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70976 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70977 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70978 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70979/70987 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70988/70991 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70992/70993 Lend-Lease to USSR
			70994 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			70995/71007 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71008 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71010/71012 to USSR
			71013/71019 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71020/71022 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71023/71024 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71025 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71026/71029 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71030 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71031/71048 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71049 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71050/71104 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
44-71105/71504	Bell P-39Q-30-BE Airacobra
			71105/71108 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71109 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71110/71131 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
				71122 (6th Ferrying Group) crashed Jun 11, 1944 near Bismarck ND. Engine failed, initial climb. WASP pilot 
					killed. Delivery flight Buffalo to Great Falls.
			71132 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71133/71140 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71141 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71142/71154 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71155 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71156/71160 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71161 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71162/71166 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71167 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71168/71170 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71171 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71172 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71173/71174 Lend-Lease to USSR
			71175/71176 Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71177	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71178	Lend-ease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71179	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71180/71182	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71183	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71184	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71185	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71186	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71187/71193	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71194	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71195	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71196	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71197/71212	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71213	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71214	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71215	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71216	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71217	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71218	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71219/71221	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71222	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71223/71226	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71227	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71228	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71229/71231	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71232/71235	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71236	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71237/71249	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71250/71258	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71259	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71260	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71261	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71262/71265	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71266	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71267	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71268	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71269	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71270	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71271/71281	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71282	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71283	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71284	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71285	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71286	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71287	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71288	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71289	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71290/71299	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71300	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71301	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71302	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71303/71305	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71306/71314	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71315	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71316	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71317	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71318	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71319	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71320/71322	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71323	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71324/71326	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71327	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71328	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71329/71331	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71332	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71333	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71334	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71335	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71336	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71337	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71338	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71339	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71340	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71341/71346	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71347	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71348	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71349	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71350	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71351/71352	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71353/71355	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71356	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71357	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71358/71363	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71364/71366	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71367	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71368	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71369	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71370	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71371	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71372	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71373	Lend-Lease to USSR
			71374	Lend-Lease to UK, transferred to USSR
			71375/71504	Lend-Lease to USSR
				71500 with American Veterans Memorial Museum, Denver, Colorado as N57697.  Originally of
					US Historical Aircraft, Anchorage, Alaska
44-71505/72004	Cancelled contracts
44-72005/72026	Beech AT-11 Kansan
			Formerly owned by Dutch Marine Luchtvaard Dienst, serving with Royal Netherlands Military Flying School at 
				Jackson, Mississippi.  Originally there were 24 aircraft with c/n 3057/3080 and MLD serials A-1/-24.  22 of
				them received 'bogus' USAAF serials of 42-3057/3066 and 42-3069/3080, based on their c/ns (3067 and 3068 
				must have crashed by then.  They were transferred to the USAAF in Feb. 1944 and given "real" serial numbers.
			72005 (c/n 3057) to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67333
			72006 (c/n 3058)
			72007 (c/n 3059).  To PP-CCH, PT-CBL
			72008 (c/n 3060) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10741 c/n AF-671 in 1954.
			72009 (c/n 3061) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10901 c/n AF-831 in 1954.
			72010 (c/n 3062) to Turkish AF as 6874 May 15, 1948.  Collided in
				midair Dec 12, 1950 with AT-11 42-37282 over Eskisehir AB, Turkey.
			72011 (c/n 3063) 
			72012 (c/n 3064) to NC75830 in 1951, CU-N475.  To Bolivian AF as TAM-830 in 1962.
			72013 (c/n 3065) to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67268.
			72014 (c/n 3066)
			72015 (c/n 3069) to US civil registry as N6251C, still active
			72016 (c/n 3070) to PP-CCF with Cruzeiro do Sol, Brazil.  Crashed Itacuru, Minas Gerais, Brazil Nov 15, 1957.
			72017 (c/n 3071) 
			72018 (c/n 3072) to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67349
			72019 (c/n 3073) to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67252.
			72020 (c/n 3074) to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67270.
			72021 (c/n 3075) 
			72022 (c/n 3076) remanufactured by Beech as C-45H 52-10639 in 1953.
			72023 (c/n 3077)
			72024 (c/n 3078) to Turkish AF as 6937 Jul 1948.  WFU Aug 20, 1958. Subsequent history unknown, but noted as wreck at Jeddah,
				Saudi Arabia Jan 1976.
			72025 (c/n 3079) to US Navy as SNB-1 BuNo 67271
44-72027/72626	North American P-51D-20-NA Mustang
			c/n 122-31886/31985,38586/39085
			72028 (c/n 122-31887) was to have gone to Swedish AF, but went to Israel as 41.  May have been 
				reserialled as 2304.  Recovered from a kibbutz
				playground in 1986 and registered as N22B in USA.  Restoration commenced in
				UK as G-LYNE.  Project moved to USA and registered as N51JY
			72031 (c/n 122-31890) to Swedish AF as Fx26021.  Oct 16, 1954 to Nicaraguan
				AF as GN-83.  To US civil registry as N6152U, then N6160U.  To
				Bolivian AF Jun 1966 as FAB 514.  Crashed Mar 18, 1967.
			72033 to Sweden as 26099.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1913.
			72035 (c/n 122-31894) named "Jumpin Jacques".  To Bolivian AF as FAB 506. To civil 
				registry as N5411V, then HK-2812X, then HK-2812P, N5306M, and
				finally F-AZMU.  Active on European display scene.  Recently sold to owner in UK.
				Registered Mar 20, 2003 to P. A. Teichman of North Weald, England as G-SIJJ.
			72036 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, "Normie"  HL-J) in landing accident at RAF Duxford Mar 14, 1945.  Pilot survived,
				but aircraft was destroyed. 
			72043 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed 25 mi NW of Seoul Dec 13, 1951.
			72051 to Sweden as 26026/H.  To Dominican Republic Dec 1952 as FAD 1912.  Sold to Johnson
				Aviation in 1984.  Reported in 1990 as being owned by JRS Enterprises
				of Chino, CA as N68JR
			72052 crashed in swamp near San Antonio, FL May 13 1945 after midair
				collision with 44-73537. Both pilots killed.
			72054 (301st Service Squadron, 8th Service Group, 5th AF) crashed at Kaiapit Morobe, Papua New Guinea May 16, 1945
				due to engine failure May 16, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
			72059 to Swedish AF as Fx26142.  To Nicaraguan AF in 1955 as GN-96.  
				Back to USA as N6150U.  To Bolivian AF in 1966 as FAB 513.  Back to 
				USA in 1995 as N911WJ, then N951HB.  Now under restoration with 
				Vintage Aero at Wilmington, DE as N951HB
			72065 (505th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) lost from unknown cause over Europe Mar 30, 1945.  Pilot killed.
			72068 to Italian AF as MM4236
			72075 (14th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, England Apr 11, 1945.
				Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72076 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by Bf 109K-4 flown by Lt Karl Broo of JG 53/5 8 mi E of Prague,
				Czechoslovakia Apr 20, 1945.  MACR 14101.  Pilot bailed out and returned 4 days later.
			72078 (359th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) ground looped at RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, England Mar 17, 1945.
				Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72080 (55th FG, 38th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Bf 109G-6 flown by JhjOofw Walter Arnold of JG 27/9 Mar 24, 1945.  
				MACR 13438.  Pilot bailed out and became POW
			72086 (c/n 122-31945) to Swedish AF as 26009, then to Dominican AF as 1936.  To civil registry as N68DH,
				then N510JS with Vintage Air Ltd, Yardley, PA.  Reported
				in 1990 as being airworthy as N789DH.  In 1994 reregistered N510JS
			72087 (6146th Air Base Sq) shot down by AAA Apr 5, 1952.
			72088 to Italian AF as MM4237
			72101 (485th FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ophoven airfield Y-32, Belgium Mar 30, 1945.
				Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72107 (c/n 122-31966) to Dominican AF as 1929. W/o in 1967.  Someone has retrieved
				it and registered as N551WR Mar 5, 2009.
			72112 (356th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Rosieres En Haye airfield A-98 Meurthe-et-Moselle,
				France Apr 6, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72123 to Sweden as 26092.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1914.  
				Reported in 1990 as being on display at San Isidro AB, Dominican
				Republic
			72126 to Sweden as 26012.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAS 1915
			72134 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA near Kaesong, Korea Jul 23, 1951.  Pilot POW.
			72145 to civil registry as N6169C, N311G, then on civil registry as N51PT with Castlewood Air Motive, Towson, MD
			72146 (c/n 122-38605) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2047.
			72149 (c/n 122-38608) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2053.
			72152 named Tar Heel with 339th FG.
			72158 (13th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Mount Farm, Oxfordshire, England Mar 30, 1945.
				Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired. 
			72159 (55th FS, 20th FG, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing 1 mi S of Caster, England after ran out
				of fuel Mar 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72160 (20th FG, 55th FS, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing NW of Gottingen, Germany after damaged by
				Fw 190 fighter Feb 25, 1945.  MACR 12706.  Pilot survived and became POW.
			72162 (185h FBG) damaged in combat, crashlanded, total loss Dec 7, 1950.
			72163 (84th FS, 78th FG) wrecked at RAF Duxford at unknown date.
			72164 (402nd FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Gutersloh Airfield Y-99, Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
				Apr 22, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72165 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in France Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot killed.
			72166 to Italian AF as MM4238.  Crashed at Pomigliano d'Arco, Italy Jul 20, 1948
			72167 (c/n 122-36626) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2118.
			72173 (14th PRS, 7th PRG, 8th AF) crashed near Ingolstadt, Germany due to engine failure Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 13921.
				Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			72175 (353rd FG, 350th FS) shot down by AAA at Pocking, Germany Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 13972.  Pilot KIA
			72178 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in Germany Mar 1, 1945.  Pilot killed while bailing out
			72180 to Italian AF as MM4239.  Crashed at mogadishu, Italian Somaliland 
				Mar 20, 1950.
			72181 (c/n 122-38640, 3665h FS, 4th FS) crashed on Castleshaw Moor May 29, 1945
				while being ferried from Debden to Speke.  Pilot killed.  A P-47D with this
				c/n  was registered Jul 5, 2006 as G-CEBW.  This may be more of a
				replica than a restoration.
			72184 to Swedish AF as Fv-nr 26029 F16BL.  Collided with 72222 over Lake 
				Vanern, Sweden Jun 1946.  Both pilots killed.
			72186 (355th FG, 354th FS, "Dragon Wagon") lost to flak near Wurzberg Mar 22, 1945.  MACR 13408.  Pilot POW
			72190 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed near Heimsheim, Germany after wing hit truk it was strafing on the
				Autobahn Mar 1, 1945.  Pilot killed.
			72191 (c/n 122-38650) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2075.
			72192 on civil registry as N5460V with California Warbirds, Cupertino, CA.
				By 1990 N5460V was painted as 44-14111 'Straw Boss'
			72195 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) hit high-tension wire and crashed near Kuksa-bong,
				Korea Jul 14, 1950.
			72199 (c/n 122-36658) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2019.
			72197 airworthy as N6327T.  I saw it at Freedom Flight in Aurora, Ill on 8-5-95.
			72200 (8th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause at unknown location in Europe Mar 12, 1945.
				Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
			72201 (c/n 122-38660) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2036
			72202 (c/n 122-38661) to Swedish AF as 26112, then to Dominican AF as
				1917.  Acquired 1984 by Hohnson Aviation of Hialeah, FL and by 1988
				was at SAAF Museum, Saxolwold, South Africa.  Reported in 1990 as being under restoration.
			72203 to Italian AF as MM4240.
			72207 (HQ, 359th FG) crashed near Rysum, Germany due to engine failure Mar 11, 1945.  MACR 13392. Pilot bailed out
				and became POW.
			72209 (c/n 122-38668) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2041.
			72210 converted to 2-seater, fitted with experimental airborne search radar and tested
				by 4th FG May 1945.
			72212 (c/n 122-38671) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2010.
			72213 (402nd FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ophoven Airfield Y-32, Belgium Mar 15, 1945.
				Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72214 (78th FG, 83rd FS, "Poops Shooter II") lost Mar 12, 1945.  MACR 13416.
				Engine caught fire and pilot bailed out over Denmark.  Pilot evaded and
				escaped to Sweden.
			72216 (c/n 122-38675) to Fv.26116, then to IDFAF 43, later reserialled 2343.  Now 
				flying in UK as G-BIXL.
			72217 (83rd FG, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot by friendly fire from another P-51 NE of Dummer Lake, Germany Apr 7, 1945.
				MACR 13952.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			72218 (78th FG, "Big Beautiful Doll") flown by Col J. D. Landers, ace with
				14.5 victories.  Sold for scrap after the war.  I have a reference having this gone to civil
				registry as G-HAEC, then D-FBBD, and being involved in a midair collision with AD-4N 124143 Jul 10, 2011
				at Duxford UK airshow.  Pilot bailed out but P-51 was a total write off, AD-4N landed safely.  However, it
				seems that D-FBBD is actually an Australian-built CA-18 Mustang 22, serial A68-192.
			72219 (82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashlanded at unknown location in Europe Apr 16, 1945.  Pilot survived, but
				aircraft was destroyed.
			72200 (8rth FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in Europe Mar 12, 1945.
			72222 to Swedish AF as Fv-nr 26022 F16bJ.  Collided with 72184 over Lake
				Vanern, Sweden Jun 1946. Both pilots killed.
			72226 to Italian AF as MM4241
			72227 (HQ, 55th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA near Dresden, Germany Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13916.  Made wheels up belly landing.
				Pilot survived but believed killed by German civilians.
			72228 at IDF/AF Museum as IDFAF 01
			72229 (55th FS, 20th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Kings cliffe, Cambridgeshire, England due to 
				engine failure Apr 9, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72231 to Italian AF as MM4242
			72233 (Headquarters, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in Germany  Mar 21, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
			72235 (6th Ferrying Group, Air Transport Command) crashlanded at Chihuahua, Mexico due to engine failure while
				of ferry flight Jan 12, 1945.  Pilot survived, aicraft was destroyed.
			72238 DBR after belly landed at Gablingen AB, Germany Mar 18, 1946.
			72240 (485th FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Ophoven Airfield Y-32, Belgium Mar 28, 1945.  Pilot survived,
				but aircraft was destroyed.
			72242 (c/n 122-38701) to Swiss AF as J-2056 in 1948.  Crashed into Sustenhorn Aug 4, 1951.
			72243 (c/n 122-38702) to Swiss AF as J-2015 in 1948.
			72249 (35th FIW) shot down by ground fire Feb 5, 1952.
			72251 (Headquarters, 4th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA over Praha Kbely airfield, Prague, Czechoslovakia 
				Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 14130.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			72253 (354th FS, 355th FG, 8th AF) collided in midair with P-51D 44-14346 and crashed in England Jun 2,1944.
				Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72254 diverted to Sweden Aug 9, 1944.  Served with Swedish AF as 26065.  Thought to have been sold to Dominican Republic.
			72255 (505th FS, 339th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire, England Apr 21, 1945.
				Polot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72256 (c/n 122-38715) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2028.  Crashed near Helmenschwand Mar 24, 1950.
			72258 (c/n 122-38717) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2066
			72259 to Italian AF as MM4243
			72260 (359th FG, 368th FS) crashed SW of Hamburg, Germany due to engine failure Apr 13, 1945.  MACR 13905.
				Aircraft hit the top of some trees during strafing and tore off the cooland scoop.  Aircraft unable to gain
				altitute and crashed into some trees.  Pilot killed.
			72261 (c/n 122-38720) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2040.
			72262 (c/n 122-38721) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2016.
			72263 (c/n 122-38722) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2026.
			72265 (c/n 122-38724) with 335th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF in takeoff accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England
				Apr 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, Repared and to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2030.
			72267 (c/n 122-38726) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2025.  Crashed near Rudolfstetlen Jan 12, 1951.
			72270 to Italian AF as MM4245
			72271 (13th ARP Sq.) shot down by ground fire Aug 14, 1951.
				Also listed as going to SAAF as 349 and being lost same day.
			72274 (55th FG, 338th FS, 8th AF) shot down over Burg, Germany while strafing airfield Apr 10, 1945.  MACR 13774.
				Pilot killed.
			72275 (c/n 122-38734) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2035.
			72280 to Italian AF as MM4245
			72281 (c/n 122-38740) to Italian AF as MM4246.  W/o Oct 9, 1948
			72283 (c/n 122-38742) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2068.
			72284 (c/n 122-38743) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2034.
			72285 (44th Air Depot Group, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Charleroi airfield A-87 Gosselies,
				Belgium due to engine failure Apr 11, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72290 (c/n 122-38749) to Swedish AF as Fv26074.  To Dominican AF.  
			77291 (c/n 122-38750) to Swedish AF as Fv26055.  To civil registry as N6140U.  To Nicaraguan AF
				as GN-83.  To Bolivian AF as FAB 512.  To N2114.  Crashed on Dec 30, 1967.
			72293 (c/n 122-38752) to Italian AF as MM4247
			72296 (55th FG, 338th FS, 8th AF) shot down by gunfire from B-17 by mistake near Pritzwalk, Germany Apr 7, 1945.  
				MACR 13949.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			72298 (20th FG, 77th FS, 8th AF) shot down by 40 mm AAA while strafing Handorf airfield 5 mi NE of Munster,
				Germany Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13436.  Pilot believed killed.
			72301 (c/n 122-38760) to Swiss AF as J-2018 in 1948.
			72302 (350th FS, 353rd FG) crashed 3 mi W of Shalford Village, Surrey, England due to weather Mar 26, 1945.
				Pilot bailed and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
			72304 (c/n 122-38763) to Swiss AF as J-2012 in 1948.
			72306 (355th FG, 354th FS, 8th AF, "Mary Lou") collided in midar with P-51D 44-15346 SE of Bremen, Germany
				and crashed at Schwarmsted, Germany Apr 7, 1945.  MACR 13960.  Pilot KIA
			72309 (368th FS, 359th FG) ditched in English Channel Mar 30, 1945.  Pilot was rescued.
			72310 (c/n 122-38769) to Swiss AF as J-2045 in 1948.
			72314 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crshed from unknown cause in Belgium Mar 26, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and survived.
			72316 (c/n 122-38775) to Swiss AF as J-2037 in 1948.
			72317 (c/n 122-38776) to Swiss AF as J-2044 in 1948.
			72319 (485th FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Gutersloh Airfield Y-99 North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
				Apr 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72321 (c/n 122-38780) with 401st FS, 370th FG, 9th AF in forced landing at Ophoven Airfield Y-32, Belgium due to
				eingine failure Apr 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft damaged but repaired and transferred after the war
				to Dominican AF as 1932. Sold on unknown date to private owner.  Registration N551GP reserved Mar 19, 2008, taken
				up May 8, 2008.  .
			72322 (c/n 122-38781) to Swiss AF as J-2048 in 1948.  Crashed near Lachen Mar 2, 1954.
			72325 (c/n 122-38784) to Swiss AF as J-2105 in 1948.  Configured as two-seater.
			72326 (15th TRS, 10th PRG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Limburg airfield Y-83 Hesse, Germany
				due to engine failure Mar 31, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft was destroyed.
			72327 (c/n 122-38786) to Italian AF as MM4248
			72328 (357th FG, 363rd FS) crashed 5 mi N of Schiermoonnikoog Island in West Frisian Islands, Netherlands Mar 30, 1945
				due to engine failure.  MAC 13967.  Pilot bailed out and became pOW.
			72332 (310th erry Squadron, 302nd Transport Wing, Air Technical Service Command) crashed from unknown cause
				in Silloth Bay, Cumbria, England while on ferry flight from Renfrew, Scotland to RAF Warton, Lancashire,
				England May 10, 1945.  MACR 14411.  Pilot killed.
			72335 (1st Scouting Gp, 857 Bomb. Sqdn) crashed Apr 17, 1945 1.5 mi. SSE of Ridgewell AAB Sta. 167, England. 
				Lost control while buzzing the tower. Pilot killed.
			72336 (c/n 122-38795) to Swiss AF as J-2032 in 1948.
			72339 to Swedish AF as 26115, then Dominican AF as 1918.  On civil registy as N51JC.  
				Reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N51EH.  In 1991 to N251JC with Cavanaugh
				Flight Museum.
			72341 (c/n 122-38800) to Italian AF as MM4249
			72342 (c/n 122-38801) to Italian AF as MM4250
			72343 (c/n 122-38802) to Swiss AF as J-2020 in 1948.
			72344 (c/n 122-38803) to Italian AF as MM4251
			72345 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by friendly anti-aircraft fire W oF Glauchau, Germany Apr 14, 1945.  
				MACR 14215.  Pilot bailed out and survived and returned to duty.
			72348 (c/n 122-38807) to Swiss AF as J-2033 in 1948
			72349 (55th FG, 343rd FS, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause near Dresden, Germany Apr 17, 1945.  MACR 13915.
				Pilot killed.
			72350 (c/n 122-38809) to Swiss AF as J-2003 in 1948.  Collided with J-2072 at Payerne
				Aug 11, 1951.
			72351 (78th FG, 83rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by unknown pilot of JG 26 near Osnabruck,
				Germany Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13158.  Pilot killed.
			72352 (c/n 122-38811) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2014.
			72355 (c/n 122-38814) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2039.
			72357 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) crashed S of Plauen, nar Adorf, Germany due to engine failure Apr 17, 1945.  MACR 13940.
				Pilot bailed out and became POW
			72358 (364th FG, 383rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Slany, Czechoslovakia Apr 17, 1945.  MACR 13933.
				Pilot bailed out and became POW.  
			72360 (83rd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) crashed from unknown cause in France Apr 21 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was 
				destroyed.
			72363 (Headquarters, 339th FG, 8th AF) crashed 8 mi NE of Rackheath, Norfolk, England due to engine failure while
				on training flight Apr 13, 1945.   Pilot bailed out and survived, aircraft was destroyed.
			72364 (352nd FS, 353rd FG, 8th AF).  To civil registry as NL723FH, current owner Vulcan Warbirds, Seattle, Washington.
			72367 (78th FG, 82nd FS, 8th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing at Prague airfield, Czechoslovakia 
				Apr 17, 1945.  MACR 13939.  Pilot survived and became POW.
			72374 (c/n 122-38833) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-902, later reserialed J-2002
			72364 to Sweden as Fv26061. To Dominican Republic Oct 31, 1952 as FAD 1916.  Reported spring 2004
				with Flying Heritage Collection of Arlington, WA as N723FH
			72374 to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2002
			72376 (364th FG, 385th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing Tarnewitz airfield and crashed
				SE of Schaal Lake, Germany Apr 13, 1945.  MACR 13903.  Pilot bailed out and evaded.
			72377 (c/n 122-38836) to Italian AF as MM4252
			72381 (c/n 122-38840) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2130.
			72382 to RCAF as 9562.  To civilian registry as N6308T with Appliance Buyers Credit Corp, St Joseph, MO.
			72383 (c/n 122-38842) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2029
			72384 (c/n 122-38843) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2022. 
			72386 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by unknown pilot of JG-26 NE of Osnabruck,
				Germany Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13159.  Pilot killed.
			72387 (485th FS, 370th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Gutersloh Airfield Y-99 North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
				Apr 20, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72388 to Swedish AF as 26106, then to Dominican AF as 1904
			72389 to Sweden as 26083.
			72390 (c/n 122-38849) w/o Dec 19, 1955, but registered N349WR Jun 17, 2009
			72391 (356th FG, 361st FS) crashed Meppel, Netherlands Apr 4, 1945.  Pilot bailed out over Belgium.
			72392 (c/n 122-38851) to Italian AF as MM4253
			72396 (78th FG) crashlanded at Duxford, UK Mar 1, 1945.
			72399 to Swedish AF as 26076.
			72400 to NC69406, then NX13Y, then N502, then N913Y, then became N13Y.  Reported in 1990 as stored at 
				New England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.  Restoration is planned.
			72402 (79th FS, 20th FG, 8th AF) crashd from unknown cause in the Rhur, Germany Apr 25, 1945.  Pilot bailed
				out and was rescued, aircraft was destroyed.
			72406 (368th FS, 359th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF East Wretham, Norfolk, England Mar 12, 1945.
				Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72407 (84th FS, 78th FG, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by Oblt Hans Dortenmann of JG 26/14 in Rheine Lingen 
				area of Germany Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13157.  Pilot bailed out and evaded capture.
			72409 (38th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) shot down by AAA and crashed at Augsburg, Germany while strafing aircraft
				parked on edge of Autobahn on edge of Brunnthal airfield Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 13941.  Pilot killed.
			72410 became N71L
			72404 (c/n 122-38863) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2007
			72406 to Sweden as 26094.  To Dominican Republic in 1952 as FAD 1905.  
			72407 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Fw 190D-9 flown by Oblt Hans Dortemann of JG 26/14 in the
				Rheine Lingen area of Germany Mar 19, 1945.  MACR 13157.  PIlot bailed out and evaded.
			72409 (55th FG, 38th FS) lost Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 13941
			72411 (336tH FS, 4th FG, 8th AF) crashed 2 mi W of Valkenburym, Germany due to engine coolant leak Mar 26, 1945.  
				Pilot believed killed.
			72412 (c/n 122-38871) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2058.
			72413 (c/n 122-38872) becazme NX33685, then NX4E.  Reported to have crashed while racing Sep 1, 1947.
			72415 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashed during wheels-up belly landing S of Gera, Germany due to engine
				failure Apr 11, 1945.  MACR 14212.  Pilot survived and became POW.
			72420 (c/n 122-38879) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2101.
			72422 (c/n 122-38881) to Italian AF as MM4254
			72427 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by MiGs Sep 13, 1951.
			72432 (c/n 122-38891) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2009.
			72435 (c/n 122-38894) to Italian AF as MM4255
			72436 (c/n 122-38752) to Italian AF as MM4256
			72438 to Swedish AF as 26131, then to Dominican AF as 1920.
				Reported in 1990 as being under restoration in FL as N7551T.  Seen at 2006 Merced Fly-in.
			72442 (c/n 122-38901) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2042.
			72445 (360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, England Mar 19, 1945.
				Pilot survived but aircraft was destroyed.
			72446 to Swedish AF as Fv26139, then to Nicaraguan AF November 1954 as 
					GN-76. Later N6164U, then N12700
			72449 to Sweden as 26124.  To Dominican Republic as FAS 1903 in 1952.  W/o Mar 1968. 
			72451 (c/n 122-38910) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2017
			72455 (360th FS, 356th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Martlesham Heath, Suffolk, England due to engine
				failure Mar 19, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72456 (c/n 122-38915) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2006.
			72457 (c/n 122-38916) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2027.
			72458 (c/n 122-38917) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2049.
			72461 (c/n 122-38920) named "Sweet Rosalie" with 78th FS, 15th FG.  To Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2013.
			72462 (c/n 122-38921) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2023.  W/o after emergency landing at Dubendorf May 19, 1948.
			72469 (c/n 122-38928) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2024.
			72470 (c/n 122-38929) to Italian AF as MM4257
			72472 (c/n 122-38931) to Italian AF as MM4258
			72475 (c/n 122-38934) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2038.
			72476 (c/n 122-38935) to Italian AF as MM4259
			72477 (c/n 122-38936) to Italian AF as MM4260
			72481 (c/n 122-38940) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-901, later reserialed J-2001.
			72483 to El Salvador AF as FAES 411.  To civil registry as N36DD, later
				on civil registry as N51EA with Swiss Warbirds, Inc, Stratford, CT.  An article
				in FlyPast give a different history--to Swedish AF as 26087, to 
				Nicaraguan National Guard as GN85, then N6160U in 1983, then N13410,
				then N51EA.  It seems that 72483 went to Swedish AF as Fv26087 in 1947, then to Nicaraguan National
				Guard as GN85 in 1955, returned to USA in 1963 as N616OU (on return ID was quoted
				as 44-63769).  To N13410 in 1965.  To El Salvador AF as FAS 411 in 1969,  back
				to USA in 1974 as N36DD and assigned 44-13250 by FAA. To N151DM Dec 1975.  Restored as "Ridge Runner III" 472308. 
				44-13250 was a RAF Mustang, surely not N151DM. 
			72485 (339th FG, 503rd FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing Budejovice airfield at Ceske Budejovice,
				75 mi SE of Prague, Czechoslovakia Apr 17, 1945.  MACR 13937.  Pilot KIA.
			72489 (c/n 122-38948) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2021.
			72486 (c/n 122-38945) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2008.  Crashed near Malters Mar 23, 1952.
			72494 (c/n 122-38953) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2031.
			72497 (c/n 122-38956) dropped from inventory as salvage Jul 22, 1946.
			72502 (c/n 122-38961) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2011.
			72503 (359th FG, 369th FS) crashed into North Sea Apr 3, 1945.  MACR 13968.  Pilot reported that his oxygen was gone,
				aircraft went into dive and crashed into the water.  Pilot killed.
			72504 (c/n 122-38963) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2043.  Collided with J-2057 while taxying at
				Alpnacyh Sep 21, 1953.
			72514 (c/n 122-38973) to Italian AF as MM4261
			72516 (c/n 122-38975) to Italian AF as MM4262
			72523 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AAA while strafing Praha Kbely airfield, Prague, Czechoslovakia and
				crashed 20 mi S of the airfield Apr 16, 1945.  MACR 13858.  Pilot killed.
			72537 crashed near San Antonio, FL May 31,1945 after midair collision
				with 44-72052.  Both pilots killed.
			72546 to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2006
			72550 (506th FG  462nd FS    "Meatball")  lost in a midair collision in the traffic pattern over
                                North Field on Aug 28, 1945 with P-51D 44-72892
			72552 (457th FS, 506th FG) crashed from unknown cause 6 mi NW of Hot Rocks, Iwo Jima in central Pacific Ocean
				June 1, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
			72553 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14633.  Pilot and plane never found
			72560 (8th FG 36th FS) lost on Feb 11, 1947 eight miles NW of Chefu, Japan. 
			72561 (462nd FS, 506th FG) in takeoff accident at North Field, Iwo Jima Jun 4, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
				badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72562 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14997.  Pilot and plane never found
			72563 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14630.  Pilot and plane never found
			72566 (457th FS, 506th FG) lost from unknown cause over Pacific Ocean Jul 8, 1945.  Fate of pilot unknow.  No MACR
			72567 (462nd FS, 506th FG) crashlande at West Field, Tinian Island, Marianas Mar 30, 1945.  Pilot survived but
				aircraft was destroyed.
			72569 (458th FS, 506th FG) crashed 225 mi NW of Hot Rocks, Iwo Jima in central Pacific Ocean due to turbulent
				weather Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by US Navy destroyer 2 days later.
			72572 (Headquarters, 506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan after hit and damaged by another P-51D (44-72598) in
				bad weather.  MACR 14652.  Pilot and plane never found
			72575 (457th FS, 506th FG) in landing accident at North Field, Iwo Jima Jul 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft
				was destroyed.
			72579 (458th FS, 506th FG) crashed off Minaui, Iwo Jima due to engine filure while on training mission Oct 5, 1945.
				MACR 15963.  Pilot bailed out and landed in the water and was rescued.
			72582 (547th FS, 506th FG) in takeoff accident at North Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, but
				aircraft was destroyed.
			72584 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14637.  Pilot and plane never found
			72586 (458th FS, 506th FG) ground looped at North Field, Iwo Jima Jun 1, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was
				destroyed.
			72588 with 462nd FS on Iwo Jima and named "Shanghi Lil"
			72590 (462nd FS, 506th FG) in landing accident at North Field, Iwo Jima Jun 15, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
				badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72592 (457th FS, 506th FG) collided in midair with P-51D 44-63328 from 47th FS, 15th FG over North Field, Iwo Jima
				May 22, 1945.  Pilot killed.
			72593 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14635.  Pilot and plane never found
			72594 (462nd FS, 506th FG) crashed from unknown cause 5 mi E of Hot Rocks, Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean May 27, 1945.
				Pilot rescued.
			72595 (458th FS, 506th FG) collided in midair with another aricraft 30 mi N of North Field, Iwo Jima Jul 26, 1945.
				Able to land, pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72597 (462nd FS, 506th FG) in landing accident at North Field, Iwo Jima May 27, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
				badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72598 (462nd FS, 506th FG) crashed 15 mi from Tori Shima Island in Izu Islands east of Japan in Pacific Ocean due
				to mechanical failure Aug 31, 1945.  MACR 16015.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.
			72601 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14629.  Pilot and plane never found
			72607 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14653.  Pilot and plane never found
			72608 (506th FG) lost Jun 1, 1945 on mission to Japan due to bad weather.  MACR 14565.  Pilot and plane never found
			72611 (462nd FS, 506th FG, 20th AF) crashed 8 mi N of North Field, Iwo Jima after ran out of fuel while returning from
				a mission Jul 30, 1945.  Pilot bailed out, aircraft was destroyed.
			72613 (462nd FS, 506th FG, 20th AF ) in landing accident at North Field, Iwo Jima May 18, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
				damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72619 (458th FS, 506th FG, 20th AF) crashed on takeoff at North Field, Iwo Jima May 17, 1945.  Pilot survived, but
				aircraft was destroyed.
			72620 with 462nd FS on Iwo Jima and named "Shawnee Princess"
			62622 with 506th FG on Iwo Jima
44-72627/74226	North American P-51D-25-NA Mustang
			c/n 122-39086/40085,40167/40766.
			72627 (c/n 122-39086) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2077.
			72634 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) shot down by Japanese J2M3 off coast of Honshu, Japan Jul 8, 1945. MACR 14742.
				Pilot killed.
			72635 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 26, 1945.   Pilot survived, aircraft
				badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72637 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 5, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
				badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72643 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed during bomb run over Chichi Jima in Bonin Islands Jul 13, 1945.  MACR 14757.
				Pilot killed.
			72650 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) shot down by Japanese N1K1 west of Chosi Point, Chiba, Japan Jun 23, 1945.  MACR 14983.
				Pilot bailed out but was killed.
			72654 (72nd FS, 21st FG) crashlanded at South Field, Iwo Jima Jul 24, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72655 ("Palpitatin Pal", 431st FS, 475th FG)
			72656 to SAAF as 360.  Lost in Korea Oct 14, 1952
			72661 (531st FS, 21st FG) crashed during wheels up belly landing 2 mi S of Kashiwa airfield, Chiba, Japan due
				to engine failure Aug 6, 1945.  MACR 14838.  Pilot MIA
			72666 (457th FS, 506th FG) shot down by AAA over Shimodate, Japan and crashed near Kasiwa, Japan Jul 28, 1945.  MACR 14803.
				Pilot bailed out but was killed.
			72673 (506th FG) shot down by AAA 20 mi from Irumagawa Airfield, Shayama, Japan Jul 8, 1945.  MACR 14741.  Pilot
				bailed out but was killed.
			72674 (c/n 122-39133) to Italian AF as MM4263
			72679 (c/n 122-39138) to Italian AF as MM4264
			72702 (c/n 122-39161) to Italian AF as MM4265
			72703 (c/n 122-39162) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2070.
			72706 (c/n 122-39165) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2111.
			72709 (c/n 122-39168) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2125.
			72715 (c/n 122-39174) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2074.
			72718 (c/n 122-39177) became N6174C Sep 1957.  Crashed Nov 3, 1958.
			72725 (F-6D, c/n 122-39184) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2102.
			72732 (c/n 122-39191) to Italian AF as MM4266
			72739 (c/n 122-39198) flying as N44727 with Elmer Ward of Santa Ana, CA.  To Western
				Museum of Flight, Hawthorne, CA Dec 12, 2004, painted as 44-14292.
			72740 (c/n 122-39199) to Italian AF as MM4267
			72754 (c/n 122-39213) to Italian AF as MM4268
			72764 (27th FS (prov), 5th FG (prov)) hit by AAA while on bombing run on barges at Shihhweiyao, China and crashed
				30 mi S of Lotien, Cina Jul 22, 1945.  MACR 14789.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued by Chinese farmers and
				returned.
			72767 becane N6836C
			72769 (4th FG, 336th FS, 8th AF) shot down by AA over Praha Kbely airfield, Prague, Czechoslovakia  Apr 16, 1945.  
				MACR 14129.  Pilot bailed out and became POW.
			72772 (78th FG, 84th FS, 8th AF) crashed 30 mi W of Koblenz, Germany during very bad weather Apr 21, 1945.  MACR 14121.
				Pilot killed.
			72773 (c/n 122-39232) to Nicaraguan National Guard in 1958 as FAN GN120, then to US civil registry as 
				N12066 in 1963. To UK civil registry G-SUSY Jul 23, 1987.  Has always flown in USAAF
				colors with correct tail number.  Registered Jan 31, 2005 to new owners
				as G-CDHI.  Registration cancelled Nov 15, 2007 on sale to owner
				in Germany.  Registered D-FPSI Nov 30, 2007.
			72774 (c/n 122-39233) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2061.
			72777 (c/n 122-39236) converte4d to Cavalier F-51D Mk 2 and reserialled 72-1537.
			72778 (c/n 122-39237) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2104.
			72781 (c/n 122-39240) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2073.
			72787 (c/n 122-39246) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2072.  Crashed at Payerne after collision with 
				J-2003 Aug 11, 1948.
			72789 (c/n 122-39248) with 336th FS, 4th FG, 8th AF in landing accident at RAF Debden, Essex, England.
				Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, repaired and to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2119.  
			72795 (c/n 122-39254) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2079.
			72797 (c/n 122-39256) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2086. 
			72806 to SAAF as 391.  Lost in Korea Jul 9, 1952.
			72811 (c/n 122-39270) to Israeli AF as 13, then to US civil
				registry as N2688D.  Registration N215RC then reserved but NTU.
				Then to civil registry as N471R, reported sold Nov 2006 to
				owner in Germany.  Registered as D-FBUN.
			72814 (338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) in takeoff accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England May 1, 1945.  Pilot
				killed, aircraft was destroyed.
			72816 (c/n 122-39275) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2089.
			72818 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed west of Hisinsiassuchi, China due to engine failure while on ferry
				flight Oct 22, 1945.  MACR 14981.  Pilot bailed out and believed returned.
			72819 (c/n 122-39278) to Italian AF as MM4269
			72821 (c/n 122-39280) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2112.
			72823 (c/n 122-39282) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2005.
			72826 (434th FS, 749th FG, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk, England May 1, 1945.
				Must have been repaired since went to RCAF as as 9563.  To civilian registry as N6344T, NL6344T,
				C-FBAU, N51YS.  Seen marked as 44-11746
			72828 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) crashlanded at Ansbach Airfield R-45 Katterbach, Germany due to engine failure
				May 1, 1945. Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72840 (c/n 122-39299) bedcame N7718C.  Reported in storage in 1990
			72844 (c/n 122-39303) became N5076C, then N156C, then N64C, then N7406.
			72848 (530th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed after takeoff in China while on administration mission from Sian to
				Peishiyi Sep 12, 1945.  MACR 14929.  Pilot killed.
			72851 (457th FS, 506th FG) in landing accident at North Field, Iwo Jima Aug 2, 1945.  Pilot survived, but
				aircrat was destroyed.
			72860 (457th FS, 506th FG) crashed from unknown cause at North Field, Iwo Jima Aug 5, 1945.  Pilot killed and
				aircraft was destroyed.
			72863 (72nd FS, 21st FG) shot down by AAA N of Koriyama, Japan Aug 1, 1945.  MACR 14842.  Pilot bailed out but was killed.
			72865 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed on takeoff at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jul 2, 1945.  Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72866 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Jun 7, 1944.  Pilot survived, aircraft
				badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72869 (46th FS, 21st FG) in landing accident at Central Field, Iwo Jima Jun 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft badly
				damaged, unknown if repaired.
			72871 (46th FS, 21st FG) crashed from unknown cause 19 mi N of Iwo Jima Jun 7, 1945.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued.  
			72872 (45th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 150 mi from S of Osaka, Japan due to turbulent weather Jun 1, 1945.  MACR 14641.
				Pilot killed.
			72873 (46th FS, 21st FG) hit by AAA over Hanshin airfield, Osaka, Japan and crashed in Osaka Bay, Japan Aug 8, 1945.
				MACR 14837.  Believe that he was captured and killed.
			72879 (21st FG, 72nd FS) crashed into sea during strafing run over Arita-cho, Oki-gun, Wakayama Prefecture, Yuasa, Japan
				Aug 8, 1945.  MACR 14841 
			72883 (458th FS, 506th FG) shot down by AAA and crashed N of Mount Fujiyama, Japan Jul 8, 1945.  MACR 14733.  Pilot
				bailed out and was MIA, believe killed.
			72885 (457th FS, 506th FG) crashed 360 mi from Iwo Jima in Pacific Ocean due to turbulent weather Jun 1, 1945.  MACR 14634.
				Pilot killed.
			72886 (72nd FS) 21st FG) collided in midair with P-51D 44-63969 and crashed 14 mi S of Kita Iwo Jima Jul 13, 1945.
				Pilot bailed out and survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72892 506th FG  462nd FS    Lost in a midair collision in the traffic pattern over North Field on Aug 28, 1945 
				with P-51D 44-72550
			72896 (c/n 122-39355) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2078.  Crashed at Jungfau Aug 20, 1948.
			72902 to RCAF as 9564.  To civilian registry as N6343T, N335.
			72904 (c/n 122-39363) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2082. 
			72907 to Guatemala AF as 357, then on civil registry as N41748, changed to N334FS Mar 2002.
			72911 (c/n 122-39370) to Italian AF as MM4286
			72913 was in Nevada ANG in 1950.
			72914 (35th FIW) lost W of Chinnampo, Korea Apr 5, 1952.
			72922 (c/n 122-39381) was Maj. Robin Olds's aircraft with 479th FG/434th FS ("Scat VII").  To RCAF.
				to civil registry as N7718C, then N18Y, then N6803T, then N577W, then N577WT.  Crashed in 1991 and
				rebuilt as TF-51D and re-registered N93TF.  Crashed near Urbana, IL Feb 20, 2003.  Pilot killed.  Was
				rebuilt a second time and now registered PH-VDF
			72924 to RCAF as 9565.  SOC Jun 12, 1958
			72927 (c/n 122-39386) to Italian AF as MM4270
			72934 to US civil registry as N513PA.  To Mexican civil registry as XB-HVL
			72936 (c/n 122-39395) to civil registry as N7711C.  Crashed at Eufala, AL Dec 16, 1979.  Reported
				in 1990 as being under restoration.  Reported Mar 1983 with Marvin L. Crouch of Encino, CA for rebuild.
			72942 on civil registry as N5427V, but is actually 44-74942.  Painted as "Petie 2nd" (414151) of 352nd FG
			72946 (c/n 122-39405) to Italian AF as MM4287
			72948 on display with WV ANG at Kanawa County Ap.
			72950 (c/n 122-39409) to Italian AF as MM4271.  Craqshed after midair collision
				with F-51 MM4283 Jun 1, 1952.
			72951 (c/n 122-39410) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2083.
			72957 (c/n 122-39416) to Italian AF as MM4288
			72958 (c/n 122-39417) with 338th FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) in taxiing accident at RAF Wormingford, Essex, England
				Apr 26, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft damaged but repared and to Swiss AF in 1948 in J-2084.
			72960 (18th FBG, 12 FBS) crashed near Sariwon, Korea Dec 5, 1950.
			72963 (3SF) lost Wijk bij Duurstede Netherlands Apr 20, 1945.  Pilot killed.
			72967 (355th FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) shot down by AAA during attack on marshalling yard N of Reudnitz,
				Germany Apr 26, 1945.  MACR 14098.  Pilot killed.
			72969 (8th FBG) crashed near Namwon during strafing run Sep 19, 1950.
			72973 (c/n 122-39432) owned by Paul Peters as N973 and
				under restoration to fly in Chino, CA.
			72974 belly landed on Great Salt Plains, OK Jul 27, 1948 after engine
				quit.
			72977 to civil registry as N93TF.  Crashed near Urbana, Indiana Feb 20, 2003. Pilot killed.
			72981 (c/n 122-39440) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2080.
			72983 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashlanded in friendly territory Jul 26, 1951.
			72984 (c/n 122-39443) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2081.
			72985 (2nd Base Air Depot, 8th AF) in landing accident at RAF Warton, Lancashire, England Apr 5, 1945.
				Pilot survived, but aircraft was destroyed.
			72987 (355th FG, 357th FS) lost to flak Apr 16, 1945 while strafing near Linz.  MACR 13931.  Pilot POW
			72988 (c/n 122-39447) to Italian AF as MM4272
			72989 on display at Volk Field ANGB, WI
			72990 to RCAF as 9283 in 1945.  To civilian registry as N6322T
				in 1951.  To US Army 1967 for use as chase plane in
				AH-56 program.  Now on display at US Army Aviation Museum,
				 Ft Rucker, AL.
			72992 (c/n 122-39451) to civil registry as N7718C, N18Y, N6803T, N577WP, N93TF.
				Registration PH-VDF reserved Apr 22, 2009 for Wings Over Holland
			73001 (c/n 122-39460) to Italian AF as MM4273
			73002 (c/n 122-39461) to Italian AF as MM4305
			73003 (c/n 122-39462) to Italian AF as MM4289
			73010 (c/n 122-39469) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2096.
			73023 (c/n 122-39482) to Italian AF as MM4274
			73027 (c/n 122-39486) to RCAF as 9250.  To civilian registry as N9146R, N5747, N51MP, NL51MP,
				F-AZJM.  N51MP reported to have crashed and burned at Lancaster, CA Oct 4, 1980.
				Sold to Swiss user Apr 1988 as HB-RCW. Crashed Sep 3, 1998
				in Gotthard-pass, near Erstfeld enrout to Ambri.  2 aboard killed.
			73028 (c/n 122-39487) to RCAF as 9288.  To civilian registry as N7377E?, N8678E.  Crashed Aug 28, 1964.
			73029 (c/n 122-39488) to Nicaraguan AF as GN 122.  To civil registry in 1963 as N7999A.
				In 1969 on civil registry as N51JB.  Still in existence in USA.
			73030 (c/n 122-39489) (18th FBG) pilot bailed out and rescued May 22, 1952.
			73035 (364th FG, 385th FS, 8th AF) shot down by Russian fighter by mistake but able to fly until engine
				failed and crashed NW of Stuttgart, Germany Apr 19, 1945.  MACR 14150.  Pilot bailed out and was rescued
				by US Army troops.
			73038 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed during strafing pass Jan 6, 1952.
			73039 (c/n 122-39498) to Italian AF as MM4275
			73042 (c/n 122-39501) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2120.
			73044 (c/n 122-39503) to Italian AF as MM4290
			73047 (c/n 122-39506) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2121.
			73048 (c/n 122-39507) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2122
			73049 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA near Nibyon-ni, Korea Jun 22, 1951.
			73053 to Indonesian AF.  Reported 1984 with Fighter Rebuilders at Chino, CA
			73058 (18th FBG) lost to enemy action Dec 15, 1950.
			73064 as 282, preserved at Gangneung AB, South Korea
			73065 to SAAF as 385.  Returned to USAAF, transferred to ROKAF.
			73066 (c/n 122-39525) to Italian AF as MM4276
			73068 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashlanded in Han River Aug 29, 1951.
			73072 (c/n 122-39531) to Italian AF as MM4306
			73073 to SAAF as 370.  Lost in Korea Feb 20, 1952 with No. 2 Sqdn
			73074 (c/n 122-39533) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2126.
			73077 (c/n 122-39536) crashed into the summit of Beartown Tazewell Mountain, in Tazewell County, Virginia, on Mar 19, 1954. 
				The pilot was killed. The aircraft was on a cross-country training mission and was assigned to the 172nd Fighter 
				Squadron of the Michigan Air National Guard. 
			73078 (c/n 122-39537) to Italian AF as MM4291
			73079 to civil registry as N7716C, N576G, N576GF, and now on civil registry as N151BL.  Reported in 1990 as being airworthy
				as N567GF.
			73080 crashed in Gold Canyon above Pacomia, CA Sep 21, 1949.
			73081 on civil registry as N5074K
			73084 to SAAF as 324.  Lost in Korea with No 2 Sqdn Dec 3, 1951.
			73085 (2nd SAAF Sq) in midair collision with another SAAF F-51 and crashed into
				Han River Dec 3, 1951.
			73090 (c/n 122-39549) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2057.
			73092 to SAAF as 378.  Returned to USAF, transferred to ROKAF Sep 9, 1953.
				Lost Oct 16, 1954 in accident
			73096 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA near Goseong Jun 13, 1953.
			73097 to RCAF as 9566.  W/o Nov 20, 1953
			73098 (c/n 122-39557) to Italian AF as MM4292.  To UK civil registry 
				as G-BMBA.  Now under restoration at Daytona Beach, FL
			73099 tested with Aerojet 1340 lb thrust rocket mounted between
				radiator and tailwheel.  Achieve a speed of 513 mph on 
				Apr 23, 1945.  
			73100 (8th FBG) lost to enemy action Nov 22, 1950.
			73105 (c/n 122-39564) to Italian AF as MM4293
			73109 (c/n 122-39568) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2094.
			73116 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed during strafing run May 25, 1951.
			73117 on civil registry as N251SQ
			73122 (8th FBG, 36th FBS) crashed near Pyongyang, NK Dec 9, 1950.
			73129 (c/n 122-39588) to civil registry s N5480V, then to Hait AF as FAH-15650, sold as
				N515L in 1974.  Now on civil registry as N151SE.  Named "Merlin's Magic".
				Had extensive fuselage damage at 2006 Reno races when a technician overpressurized
				its oxygen bottle.   
			73130 to RCAF as 9551. W/o Aug 8, 1951
			73134 (c/n 122-39593) to Italian AF as MM4277
			73139 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) flew into ground Oct 19, 1950.
			73140 to RCAF as 9567.  To civilian registry as C-FBAU, C-GZQX, NL314BG, N6337T, N169MD, N51N, N6340T,
				N51DJ, plus other numbers which are uncertain. A mystery is appearing here!  After RCAF 
				service it appears that this aircraft became N51N, and in 1981 C-FBAU. However, C-FBAU 
				crashed in Ontario Jul 7, 1984; whilst the two occupants escaped unhurt, it appears that
				the aircraft was destroyed by fire with only the starboard horizontal stabiliser salvageable. 
				However, the registration C-GZQX was reserved July 1985 for a P-51 claiming 
				to be formerly 44-73140; this registration appears never to have been taken 
				up, the aircraft becoming N314BG in August 1986.  There is also mention of 
				registration N151PA being reserved circa 1988 but never taken up. To confuse 
				matters further, by 1990 N314BG was painted as 44-14151 'Petie 2nd'.
			73141 (c/n 122-39600) to Italian AF as MM4307
			73142 (c/n 122-39601) to civil registry as N6173C, then N51PW, then
				N51VP.  Damaged in a crash landing at Denton, TX in 1988.  In 
				2006 listed as up for sale.  Was N551TB, N151PF reserved 
				Nov 11, 2006, taken up Jan 24, 2007.  Registration N51GY reserved
				Jul 25, 2008, taken up Aug 12, 2008
			73144 (c/n 122-39603) to Italian AF as MM4294
			73146 (c/n 122-39605) to Italian AF as MM4295
			73148 (c/n 122-39607) to Italian AF as MM4308
			73149 (c/n 122-39608) to RCAF as 9568.  To civilian registry as N6340T, N51JJ, G-BTCD.  G-BTCD flies
				from Duxford, England in false USAAF markings as 413704
			73150 (c/n 122-39609) to Italian AF as MM4296
			73157 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) shot down by AAA Mar 30, 1951.
			73158 (c/n 122-39617) to Italian AF as MM4309.  Crashed into Lake Garda Aug 7, 1951
			73163 to RCAF as 9285.  To civilian registry as N6340T, N5151M, N5151R, N51MR.
				Currently G-BTCD operated by the Old Flying Machine Company at Duxford, UK in
				USAAF colors with fake tail number 413704.
			73165 (c/n 122-39624) to Italian AF as MM4297
			73167 (c/n 122-39626) to Italian AF as MM4278, or is it MM4298?
			73169 (506th FG) lost Aug 3, 1945, South Pacific.
			73171 (c/n 122-39630) to Italian AF as MM4310
			73177 (353rd FS, 354th FG, 9th AF) in landing accident at Munich/Reim Airfield R-82 Munich, Germany May 8, 1945.
				Pilot survived, aircraft badly damaged.  Shipped to USA and sold and restored.  Registered to Pioneer Aero
				Service of Chino, California asn N251SQ
			73178 (c/n 122-39637) to Italian AF as MM4311
			73180 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out over friendly 
				territory Nov 9, 1951.
			73181 lost Sep 30, 1950.
			73185 (18th FBG) hit by small arms fire Sep 12, 1950.
			73186 (c/n 122-39645) to Italian AF as MM4299
			73191 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by ground fire, pilot bailed out Oct 3, 1951.
			73193 (c/n 122-39652) to Costa Rica AF in 1955 and serialed 1.  Subsequently registered N6170U but w/o on return delivery
				flight to USA Mar 31, 1964
			73195 (530th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed somewhere beteen Kunming and Shanghai, China due to bad weather while
				on ferry flight Nov 19, 1945.  MACR 15010.  Pilot killed.
			73196 on civil registry as N5449V
			73199 (c/n 122-39658) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2004
			73200 (343rd FS, 55th FG, 8th AF) crashed at Oxford Ness, England due to structural failure May 15, 1945.  Pilot killed,
				aircraft was destroyed.
			73201 (c/n 122-39660) to Italian AF as MM4312
			73206 (c/n 122-39665) on civil registry as F-AZAG, later N3751D with Blue Sky Aviation 
				of Sellersburg, IN.  At one time was also N3371D.  In 1992 N3751D was noted
				painted as 44-13586.
			73210 on civil registry as CF-IKE.  Was recovered from an Israeli kibbutz for
				restoration so must have been ex Israeli AF.  Reported in 1990 as having
				registration N1040N
			73211 (c/n 122-39670) to Italian AF as MM4300
			73216 to RCAF as 9569.  To civilian registry as N6302T, and later
				numbers which are uncertain.
			73220 (c/n 122-39679) to Italian AF as MM4279
			73224 (c/n 122-39683) to Italian AF as MM4397
			73227 to SAAF as 388.  Transferred to ROKAF, lost in accident Dec 1, 1955.
			73229 (c/n 122-39688) to Italian AF as MM4313
			73232 (c/n 122-39691) to Italian AF as MM4314
			73233 (c/n 122-39692) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2095.
			73234 to RCAF as 9570.  SOC Sep 20, 1960
			73242 lost Sep 7, 1951.
			73245 (c/n 122-39704) to Italian AF as MM4315
			73249 (308th BG) lost Jan 12, 1945, China.
			73254 to RCAF as 9571.  Reported in 1990 as being on civil registry
				as N6328T.   N6328T was revoked in the past but was restored Jun 27, 2007.
			73255 (35th FIW) lost Oct 15, 1950.
			73258 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) landed in river bed SE of Hamchang, Korea after
				engine failure Mar 13, 1951.
			73260 to civil registry as N5075K, N451D, then to Indonesian AF as F-360 in 1970.
				Crashed in Java in 1975, remains recovered and is currently under restoration 
				as N83KD
			73264 (c/n 122-39723) on civil registry as N5428V with American Airpower Heritage
				Flying Museum, Midland, TX.  Currently N83KD.  Was ex Urugyayan AF,
				salvaged 1995 from lake, rebuilt and next flown 2004.  Seen 2007
				with fake RCAF serial 9274.
			73273 to civil registry as YS-210P, to El Salvador AF as FAES 102
				in 1969.  To civil registry as N200DD
			73275 on civil registry as N119H
			73279 (c/n 122-39738). Became N451D Jul 10, 2003
			73282 on civil registry as N151SQ
			73284 (18th FBG) pilot bailed out due to engine trouble Aug 15, 1950.
			73287 reported in 1990 as being on civil registry as N5445V, in 1988 to N751JC,
				in 1989 to N5445V, in 1990 to N951M
			73289 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) napalm tank came off during target run, hit 
				ridge and exploded Dec 8, 1951.
			73292 (c/n 122-39751) to Italian AF as MM4318
			73294 (c/n 122-39753) to Italian AF as MM4280
			73302 (c/n 122-39761) to Italian AF as MM4301
			73303 (c/n 122-39762) to Italian AF as MM4281
			73304 (c/n 122-39763) was "Blondie" with 4th FG.  To Italian AF as MM4282
			73306 (c/n 122-39765) to Italian AF as MM4302
			73309 (c/n 122-39768) to Italian AF as MM4319
				73309 to RCAF as 9572.  W/o Feb 7, 1953
			73317 (c/n 122-39776) to Italian AF as MM4320
			73320 became N5463V
			73322 to RCAF as 9573.  W/o Jul 3, 1951
			73323 on civil registry as N151MD
			73327 (18th FBG) crashed on takeoff Nov 9, 1950.
			73338 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Mar 2, 1951.
			73339 (c/n 122-39798) to Indonesian, AF, N151MC (ntu), N51RR.  Rebuilt in 1982/84 and
				reported to have assumed the identity of 44-74008.  To British registry as
				G-SIRR, painted as 474008.   Struck off the British registry as sold to USA and
				registered N510TT.
				I have a reference having this plane as going to Costa Rica AF in 1955
			73342 (c/n 122-39801) to Italian AF as MM4316
			73343 on civil registry as N5482V, later as N551JV
			73347 to RCAF as 9298.  Now at Canadian National Museum, Rockcliffe.
			73349 (c/n 122-39808) to Swiss AF in 1948 as J-2113.  In 1990 was on
				display at Swiss AF Museum at Dubendorf, Switzerland.
			73350 to civil registry as N6176C, to El Salvador AF as FAES 402, then 
				on civil registry as N33FF in 1974.
			73361 (c/n 122-39820) to Italian AF as MM4283.  Crashed after midair
				collision wiht F-51 MM4271 Jun 11, 1952.
			73362 to RCAF as 9295.  W/o Nov 1, 1951
			73366 (47th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) collided in midair with P-51D 44-73404 and crashed 15 mi W of
				Mount Suribachi, Iwo Jima Oct 20, 1945.  MACR 14955.  Pilot killed.
			73369 (458th FS, 506th FG) shot down by AAA and crashed in water at Sagami Bay, Japan Aug 3, 1945.  MACR 14816.
				Pilot bailed out but was killed.
			73386 crashed on landing approach, Johnson AFB, Japan Jun 16, 1947.
			73371 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) crashed 1 mi SW of airfield at Okazaki Honshu, Japan Jul 20, 1945.  MACR 14784.
				Pilot killed.
			73376 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in taxiing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 31, 1945.  Pilot survived, 
				aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			73408 to SAAF as 389.  Transferred to ROKAF, then to Philippine AF
			73409 served with 131st FBW at George AFB during Korean War period.
				Flown to Glasgow, UK Apr 1953 and then to Mobile AL then to Norton AFB,
				CA for termination.
			73411 to RCAF as 9286 in 1951, SOC Aug 1959.  To civilian registry as N3993A, N551D, N550D.
			73415 to RCAF as 9289.  To civilian registry as N6526D, N551VC with Button Transportation, Inc,
				Dixon, CA.  Crashed with major damage at Richmond, VA Feb 15, 1962.
				Crashed on takeoff at Olympia, WA Mar 19, 1977.  Rebuilt using
				AURI airframe.  At one time it was modified as a racer named Voodoo Chile (N551VC).
				According to some sources, N6526D was acquired by the RAF Museum and for 
				many years and was displayed at Hendon painted as '413573'; it has the RAF 
				'bookkeeping' identity 9133M (as the aircraft is nominally on RAF charge, it 
				must have an RAF serial - such 'bookkeeping' identities are allocated from 
				the 'M-suffix' series normally allocated to airframes relegated to ground 
				instructional duties). It has recently been moved from Hendon to the RAF 
				Museum at Cosford.  It was ceremoniously handed over to the RAF Museum Apr 20, 1989
				at RAF Halton.  I have seen a photo of N551VC taken in 2009, so the plane at the RAF
				Museum might not be 44-73415.  Still active as N551VD, named "Voodoo" ant took part in 2013 Reno Air Races.
			73416 (c/n 122-39875) to Italian AF as MM4321
			73420 to civil registry as ZK-PLI then registered as N7722C Dec 7, 2005
			73422 (c/n 122-39881) to RCAF as 9287.  To civilian registry as N6401D, N10539, N103TL.  
				To Salvadorean AF Jul 1969.  Registration N103TL cancelled Nov 23, 1970,
				restored Aug 2000 with Executive Airmotive, CO, Miami, FL.  N103TL cancelled again
				Jun 26, 2009.
			73423 on civil registry as N5465V
			73424 (c/n 122-39883) to Italian AF as MM4317
			73435 to RCAF as 9290.  To civilian registry as CF-MWN, N6311T.  Reported
				in 1990 as being under restoration.
			73436 (c/n 122-39895) to RCAF as 9300.  To civilian registry as N6313T, N51TK, N51KD with Olympic Jet, Inc
				of Olympia, WA.
			73437 to RCAF as 9291.   W/o May 31, 1962 
			73438 to RCAF as 9292.  To civilian registry as N6523D, N6521D.
			73439 (c/n 122-39898) to Italian AF as MM4322
			73444 (c/n 122-39903) to Italian AF in 1954 as MM4323.  To Italian AF Museum in 1984.
			73447 (3595 MS) lost control during aerobatics and pilot bailed out Jul 10, 1950.
				Crashed 10 Mi SSW of Nellis AFB.
			73450 to Guatemala AF as 366.  To US civil registry as N74190.  In Oct 2008
				was flying after 2-year restration by Midwest Aero of Danville, IL
			73451 (c/n 122-39910) to Italian AF as MM4324
			73452 to Guatemala AF, then to N74190 (duplicates entry for 73450) with Howard Development, Big Springs, TX
			73453 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) crashed 5 mi No of Kumhwa, Korea Mar 19, 1951.
			73454 to civil registry as N6172C, then N2051D
			73457 to RCAF as 9574.  W/o Jun 9, 1948
			73458 to RCAF as 9294.  To civilian registry as N6525D, N6347T, N554T,
				to El Salvador AF as FAS 404 or FAS 45 and converted to two-seater, then to N36FF,
				N4151D, NX4151D.  Operated by Lone Star Flight Museum, crashed into water near Galveston, 
				Texas Oct 23, 2013.  2 killed.
				The true identity of FAS 404 has been a long-time mystery, although some sources claim it to be former USAAF 44-73458. 
				Indeed, the wreckage of this airframe was acquired by a Jack W. Flaherty (Flaherty Factors Inc, Monterey, CA) on Oct. 28, 1974, however, 
				the problem with this serial number is that FAS 404 was shot down over Honduran territory on July 17, 1969 by Capt. Fernando Soto 
				Henríquez. Only bits and pieces of this Salvadoran Cavalier were recovered from the crash site.  A second Salvadoran Mustang was given 
				serial 404, sometime after the July 1969 conflict with Honduras, which could be airframe 44-73458. 
			73460 to RCAF as 9293. W/o May 26, 1954 
			73463 (c/n 122-3992) to RCAF as 9575. Civilianized as N351D. Reported in 1990 as being 
				under restoration in Florida.  Registration cancelled Oct 14, 2005 on
				sale to Foundation for the Preservation and Display of
				Historic Aircraft Gatineau of Ottawa, Canada as CF-VPM.  Reported 2007
				to be owned by Vintage Wings of Canada
			73471 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by ground fire Nov 13, 1950.
			73474 to RCAF as 9296.  W/o Feb 7, 1952
			73475 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Dec 10, 1951.
			73488 (c/n 122-39947) to Italian AF as MM4325
			73494 to Korean AF as 205.  Reported in 1990 as being on display at Yondunpo AB, South Korea.
			73504 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) shot down by AAA 5 mi W of Pyongyang, Korea Oct 6, 1950.
			73518 on civil registry as N5483V with Whittington Brothers, Inc, Fort Lauderdale, FL
			73520 (528th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed between Kunming and Shanghai, China due to bad weather while on ferry
				flight Nov 19, 1945.  MACR 15008.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
			73524 (44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF) crashed from unknown cause 20 mi N of Port of Princesa Palawan Island in
				Philippines Apr 25, 1946.  MACR 15039.  Pilot killed.
			73527 (c/n 122-39986) to Italian AF as MM4326
			73531 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashlanded after mission Jan 18, 1951, total loss.
			73533 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) damaged on landing Oct 20, 1951.
			73543 (c/n 122-40002) became N5458V, then to Indonesian AF, then G-BLYW Jun 3, 1985, sold to US owner as N800DK Jun 1986. 
				To N51SB in 1992. To as NL151TP with Patten Aviation, Inc in 1998
			73548 (c/n 122-40007, 123rd FBG, 165th FBS) collidied with F-51D 44-73669 during taxiing at Eglin AFB, FL Apr 5, 1951. 
				Pilot killed.
			73553 to RCAF as 9576.  W/o Feb 4, 1952
			73554 (c/n 122-40013) to Italian AF as MM4327
			73560 (35th FIW, 405h FIS) engine failure, pilot bailed out SE of Paek
				Yong Dong, Korea Aug 14, 1950.
			73564 (39th FIS, 35th FIW) bellylanded in Korea.  Later served with SD ANG.
			73568 (c/n 122-40027) to Italian AF as MM4328
			73570 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) crashed after takeoff from Pohang Nov 6, 1950.
			73574 (c/n 122-40033, 31st FBG, 307th FBS) accident 10 mi S of from Ft. Walton, FL Jan 31, 1950. Repaired?  To civil 
				registry as N5478V in 1963.  Bounced on landing and struck Piper N5878D at Pottstown, PA Sep
				5, 1967.  No injuries.  In 1984 under restauration. Reportedly used in restoration of N6175C (45-11558).
			73582 to SAAF as 386.  Returned to USAAF, transferred to ROKAF Feb 1, 1953.
			73584 became N51Q.  Reported in 1990 as stored in CA.
			73586 (c/n 122-40045) to civil registry as N5412V "Gentle Libby".   Crashed and destroyed
				by fire at Coatesville, PA Oct 13, 1974.
			73592 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed 5 mi S of Pyongyang, Korea Apr 5, 1951.
			73608 (51st FS) lost Jul 30, 1950.
			73624 assigned to 8th FS, 49th FG at Chitose Army Air Base, Japan.  Crashed at Obara-Mura, Japan Jul 29, 1947.  Pilot killed.
			73642 (78th FS, 15th FG, 7th AF) in landing accident at South Field, Iwo Jima Aug 2, 1945.  Pilot survived, aircraft
				badly damaged, unknown if repaired
			73648 (18th FBG) lost Apr 10, 1952.
			73656 on civil registry as N5073K with Duncan Aeromotive, Galveston, TX.
				A mystery may be emerging here! According to an article in a 1990 
				edition of 'FlyPast' magazine, this aircraft became N5073K in February 1958 
				and was sold (probably illegally) to the EL Salvador AF in 1968 as FAS406. 
				The article goes on to say that it returned to USA in 1974 under the false 
				identity of 44-12473, was registered N32FF and later N2151D, being by 1990 
				painted as 44-14273 'Moonbeam McSwine'. However, both N5073K and N2151D appear 
				to be current in the Landings database, N5073K being 
				quoted as 44-73656 and N2151D being quoted as 'P-51D 44-12473', although 
				44-12473 is/was a P-51K!  The current FAA database lists the airfrme as
				being 44-12473.  Aircraft was repainted as 44-14273, but the 
				numbers got transposed on the registration document as 44-12473.
			73669 (123rd FBG, 165th FBS) collidied with F-51D 44-73548 during taxiing at Eglin AFB, FL Apr 5, 1951. Pilot survived.
			73681 (c/n 122-40221) to Italian AF as MM4329
			73683 sold in 1958 to Nicaraguan AF.  Reported airworthy in 1990 with Heritage 
				Aircraft, GA as N5551D.  Was on display at Dover AFB, DE, moved 
				to San Diego Air and Space Museum and put on display, marked as 
				44-15569 with 332nd FG, the famous Tuskegee Airmen.  Went to New
				Zealand in 2004 and is now based there.  Still has US registered
				serial number.
			73684 (18th FBG) lost Feb 15, 1951.
			73688 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out Jul 25, 1951.
			73691 to RCAF as 9284.  W/o Jun 16, 1954
			73693 to Nicaraguan AF as FAN GN116, on civil registry as N6357T, to
				Salvadorean AF as FAS 408, and finally N35FF with "adopted id" of
				44-13253.
			73704 on civil registry as N6168C
			73718 (17th FS, Illinois ANG) wrecked in landing accident Aug 13, 1950 at Camp Williams airfield, Wisconsin (now Volk Field)
			73733 may be the plane on display at Philippine AF Museum painted as
				44-74627.
			73751 returned to USA Jul 1945  To 4112th AAF Base Unit, 170th AAF Base Unit, to 306th
				AF Base Unit, 466th AF Base Unit, 2583rd Air Base Group, 31st Fighter Group,
				31st Fighter Bomber Wing, 31st Fighter Escort Wing, 146th Fighter Bomber Wing,
				21st Fighter Bomber Wing.  To North Dakota ANG 178th FS Apr 8, 1953.  To
				Illinois ANG 169th FS Oct 1954.  Dropped from inventory by commercial sale 
				Jan 1958.  To civil registry as N5444V in 1963.  In 2002 
				was with PTI, Inc., San Jose, CA.  Reportedly undergoing restoration to
				airworthy.
			73757 (c/n 122-40297) to Italian AF as MM4330
			73782 (c/n 122-40322) to Italian AF as MM4344
			73796 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) wing fell off during bombing run Jul 18, 1951.
			73803 (HQ, 310th BW, 5th AF) crashed off Chikoku, Japan in Pacific Ocean due to bad weather Sep 27, 1945.
				MACR 15015.  Pilot killed.
			73805 (51st FS) lost Jul 14, 1950.
			73816 (51st FS) lost Jul 21, 1950.
			73822 on civil registry as N51BS
			73829 (51st FS) lost Aug 12, 1950.
			73832 on civil registry as N117E with Hunewill Construction Co, Wellington, NV
			73842 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) crashed 15 mi W of Chorwon, Korea Jul 2, 1951.
			73843 to RCAF as 9271.  To civilian registry as N10601, now with American Airpower
				Heritage Flying Museum, Midland, TX.
			73848 to RCAF as 9278.  SOC Nov 1, 1960
			73849 to RCAF as 9247.  To civilian registry as N6516D, N335J91), N835J,
				N51WH, N51JL.  N51JL destroyed in fatal crash Nov 17, 1984.
			73854 (c/n 122-40394) to Italian AF as MM4331
			73856 to civil registry as N7TF
			73857 to RCAF as 9244.  To civilian registry as N6315T, N651D, NL651D.
			73860 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) engine problems, gear failed, bellied in short
				of runway May 1, 1952.
			73861 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) engine problems, pilot bailed out Nov 9, 1951.
			73863 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) damaged during bomb run, landed at K-14 Sep 5, 1951.
			73864 to RCAF as 9249.  To civilian registry as N6316T, N1451D(1).  Was
				w/o at Rosenburg, OR Jun 15, 1964.  Someone is presumably rebuilding
				it since N90338 was allocated Jul 23, 2004.
			73865 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire Apr 23, 1951.
			73868 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Jul 4, 1951.
			73871 (c/n 122-40411) to RCAF as 9245, then to Israeli AF.  To civilian registry as N7098V.  Noted
				Feb 2004 stored at Greenham Common, England.  Somewhere along the line was
				converted to TF-51D.  Registration N7098 cancelled by FAA Sep 30, 2008 
				on sale to owner in Germany.  In 2011 was on German registry as D-FTSI.  
			73874 (c/n 122-40414) to Italian AF as MM4332
			73875 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed prior to target run Apr 27, 1952.
			73877 to RCAF as 9279.  To civilian registry as N6320T, then CF-PCZ, N167F with JODA LLC, MO.
				Registration LN-AKS reserved Jan 31, 2006 for Scandinavian Historic Flight
				of Oslo, Norway who have been operating this plane for many years.
			73878 (18th FBG, 39th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 31, 1951.
			73879 (51st FS) lost Jul 26, 1950.
			73885 to RCAF as 9242.  W/o May 7, 1951
			73886 (44th FS, 18th FG, 13th AF) lost from unkinown cause off Palawan Island, Phillipines Mar 18, 1946.
				MACR 15034.  Pilot missing.
			73888 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down during target run Apr 27, 1952.
			73892 to SAAF as 330.  Lost i Korea May 15, 1951.
			73898 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) crashed off end of runway at K-10, Korea Mar 21, 1952.
			73900 on civil registry as N1755B with Dal Air, Dallas, TX
			73903 to SAF as 362.  Lost in Korea Feb 29, 1952 with No. 2 Sqdn
			73911 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA near Changp'o-ri, Korea Apr 9, 1951.
			73914 (27th FS (prov), 5th FG (prov)) in taxiing accident at Ondal Airfield, India Aug 22, 1945.  Pilot survived,
				aircraft badly damaged, unknown if repaired.
			73920 to Chinese Nationalist AF with serial 03.  Captured by Communists in 1948.
				Noted 1987 in Military Museum of Chinese People's Revolution, Beijing.  Still there Oct 2010.
			73924 (c/n 122-40464) to Italian AF as MM4333
			73954 to RCAF as 9280.  W/o Aug 10, 1953
			73959 (18th FBG) crashed while pulling out of bomb run May 21, 1952.
			73960 to SAAF as 383.  Shot down by mistake by USMC AD Skyraider Nov 25, 1952.
			73970 (c/n 122-40510) to Italian AF as MM4398
			73971 (c/n 122-40511) to Italian AF as MM4334
			73972 on display at ANG Fresno-Yosemite IAP, CA.
			73973 to RCAF as 9281.  To civilian registry as N6325T, then to El Salvador
				AF ?, then N35DD, N37FF, N51JC, C-CJCJ, N151DP.  Also N6325T.
				Used "adopted ID" of 44-10755. N6325T revoked by FAA, restored
				Jun 16, 2008.  At Museum of Flying, Santa Monica, CA
			73976 (c/n 122-40516) to Italian AF as MM4335
			73978 to RCAF as 9241.  To civilian registry as N89E then to Cuban air force
				as FAR 401. Reported in 1990 as being on display at the Museo de la 
				Revolucion, Havana, Cuba.
			73979 to RCAF as 9246.  Now at Imperial War Museum, London.  By Mar 2004 painted as
				472218.
			73981 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) lost to AAA 25mi SW of Sunchon, Korea Jul 9, 1951.
			73983 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) lost wing and crashed on strafing pass near
				Oechon-ni, Korea Apr 2, 1951.
			73990 to RCAF as 9282.  To civilian registry as N8674E, N51LT, N2116,
				N51LT, N51TH.
			73992 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA near Chinnampo, Korea Aug 14, 1951.
			73993 (c/n 122-40533) to Italian AF as MM4337
			73994 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed during low-altitude run E of Munsu-ri,
				Korea Mar 8, 1951.
			73999 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) hit by ground fire and dove into target Jan 31, 1952.
			74003 (c/n 122-40543) to Italian AF as MM4345
			74008 (c/n 122-40548) transferred to RCAF as 9274 in 1951.  Sold on commercial market in 
				1959 as N8676E, then N76AF.  May have been used in restoration of 44-73339, but currently on the
				civil record as N510TT
			74009 (c/n 122-40549) to RCAF as 9275.  To civilian registry as N6323T, N988C, N51KB with
				B&K Leasing, Nantucket, MA.  
			74012 to RCAF as 9243.  To civilian registry as N6518D, N6519D, C0-GPSI(1), N6519D.
			74017 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA near Hahukdong, Korea Jan 9, 1952.
			74021 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) lost Aug 18, 1951.  Also listed as being with
				SAAF No 2 Sqdn as 373 and being lost Mar 6, 1952.
			74029 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA near Miudong, Korea Apr 30, 1951
			74032 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by ground fire near Suwon, Korea, pilot
				bailed out Mar 20, 1951.
			74035 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) crashed into hill 20 mi S of Pyongyang, Korea Aug 14, 1951.
			74037 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire, pilot bailed out Jan 1, 1952.
			74046 to SAF as 379.  Transferred to ROKAF
			74049 (c/n 122-40589) to Italian AF as MM4338
			74072 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) shot down by AAA ENE of Pyongyang, Korea Oct 2, 1950.
			74105 (311th FG, 528th FS) crashed due to bad weather in China Nov 19, 1945.  MACR 15007.  Pilot killed.
			74107 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA near Kwangtan-ni, Korea Oct 9, 1950.
			74132 (c/n 122-40672) to Italian AF as MM4337
			74137 (18th FBG) shot down by AAA near Hwachon Reservoir, Korea Jul 3, 1951.
			74150 (c/n 122-40690) to Italian AF as MM4356
			74153 (c/n 122-40693) to Italian AF as MM4340
			74154 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) damaged by ground fire, crashlanded E of 
				Yonan, Korea Apr 19, 1951.
			74161 (c/n 122-40701) to Italian AF as MM4341
			74162 to RCAF as 9581.  W/o Mar 4, 1951
			74165 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed during bomb run Aug 22, 1952.
			74168 (2nd SAAF Sq) samaged by exploding bomb during strafing run Dec 5, 1950.
				Also listed as being lost with 18th FBG Dec 9, 1950.
			74174 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA 5 mi N of Uijongbu, Korea Nov 13, 1951.
			74176 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by AAA, pilot bailed out over friendly
				territory Aug 7, 1951.
			74177 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) hit by ground fire and crashlanded on sand bar
				in river Jun 2, 1951.
			74178 (c/n 122-40718) to Italian AF as MM4357
			74179 (c/n 122-40719) to Italian AF as MM4358
			74183 (c/n 122-40723) to Italian AF as MM4359
			74187 (c/n 122-40727) to Italian AF as MM4360
			74189 to SAAF as 394.  Transferred to ROKAF
			74190 (c/n 122-40730) to Italian AF as MM4342
			74191 (c/n 122-40731) to Italian AF as MM4361
			74192 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by ground fire and landed in friendly
				territory Sep 9, 1951.
			74195 (c/n 122-40735) to Italian AF as MM4343
			74196 (c/n 122-40736) to Italian AF as MM4362
			74199 (c/n 122-40739) to Italian AF as MM4363
			74200 (c/n 122-40740) to Italian AF as MM4364
			74202 on civil registry as N5420V.
			74203 (c/n 122-40743) to Italian AF as MM4365
			74204 on civil registry as N51U.  Was painted as 44-13691 and crashed Sept 28, 1990 near Chatham, MA. 
			74206 (c/n 122-40746) to Italian AF as MM4366
			74212 (c/n 122-40752) to Italian AF as MM4367
			74216 on display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
			74218 (c/n 122-40758) to Italian AF as MM4368
			74222 (c/n 122-40762) to Italian AF as MM4369
44-74227/75026	North American P-51D-30-NA Mustang
			c/n 122-40767/41566.
			74229 on a pole at Indonesian AF HQ.
			74230 (c/n 122-40770) on civil registry as N5466V.  Registration N51CY reserved Aug 25, 2003,
				taken up Oct 2, 2003.  Registration N551J reserved Aug 9, 2005, taken
				up Sep 29, 2005.
			74262 on civil registry as N515J.
			74267 (35th FIW) hit by AAA and belly-landed 5 mi N of Seoul, Korea Feb 20, 1951.
			74281 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) crashed during rocket pass 14 mi NE of Taejon,
				Korea Jul 15, 1950.
			74297 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) hit by ground fire and belly-landed 5 mi No of
				Singye, Korea Apr 5, 1951.
			74311 to RCAF as 9577.  Now on civil registry as N151KM
			74314 to RCAF as 9582.  W/o Nov 25, 1953
			74325 to RCAF as 9254.  SOC Sep 17, 1957
			74327 to RCAF as 9583.  To civilian registry as N6309T.
			74339 to Swedish AF, and later to the Dominican Republic AF.  Retired from activ service
				in 1985 and sold to private owner.  Now part of collection of Cavanaugh Flight Museum
				Addison, TX painted as Col Don Blakeslee's plane
			74341 to RCAF as 9584.  W/o Nov 12, 1952
			74343 (1th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Dec 1, 1951.
			74344 to SAAF as 326.  Returned to USAF, transferred to ROKAF
			74360 to RCAF as 9585.  SOC Sep 17, 1957
			74362 to RCAF as 9224.  W/o Oct 25, 1952
			74363 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 25, 1952.
			74367 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) shot down by AAA 10 mi NW of Sinanju, Korea Jan 19, 1951.
			74376 to RCAF as 9578.  To instructional airframe A582
			74378 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) engine failed while pulling out of bomb run,
				pilot bailed out Apr 20, 1951.
			74379 (35th FIW) engine failed after takeoff Jan 20, 1951.
			74380 to RCAF as 9579.  W/o Jan 25, 1953
			74381 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA 10 mi S of Yul-li, Korea Apr 9, 1951.
			74384 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by AAA and belly-landed Mar 4, 1952, pilot POW
			74389 to RCAF as 9580.  To civilian registry as N6346T, later N64824.
			74391 to Guatemalan AF as 351.  To US civil registry as N38229,
				Now on civil registry as N351MX with Woods Aviation of Carefree, AZ.  
			74394 (6002nd TSptW, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Aug 5, 1950.  Pilot Maj Louis
				J. Sebille crashed plane into target near Hamchang.  Pilot given
				posthumous Medal of Honor.
			74398 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) shot down by AAA Aug 22, 1950.
			74401 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed near Sansan-ni, Korea Apr 14, 1951.
			74404 to RCAF as 9276.  To civilian registry as N4132A, now N151RJ.  Sustained substantial
				damage during landing at Oshkosh, WI Jul 27, 2007 when struck in the empennage and
				fuselage by an amateur-built Beck P-51A N8082U.  Pilot of N8082U was killed.
				Reportedly will not be repaired, but now reported under repair to fly.
			74407 on static display with North Dakota ANG, Fargo, ND.
			74409 to RCAF as 9235.  To civilian registry as N6319T, N4409, N555BM,
				YV-508CP, N555BM, N51RT.  Current owner of N51RT is Bob Tullius of Sebring, FL.
				Currently painted as '413317'. Owner plans to fly it from Duxford, UK summer 2003 to raise funds 
				for RAF Museum, Hendon and at end of season donate the aircraft to the RAF Museum.   
				Did not make 2003 UK display season, as was noted October 2003 
				disassembled at Kissimmee ready for shipment to UK.  Put on display at RAF Museum, Hendon
				Dec 2003.
			74412 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed on takeoff Feb 19, 1952.
			74413 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Aug 22, 1951, pilot rescued.
			74416 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA May 29, 1951.
			74417 remained in storage until 1950, when it was sent to RCAF as 9586.  
				To civilian registry as CF-MWB, N6327T.  Involved in accident in Fort Wayne,
				IN Aug 4, 1966 when the plane struck a Cessna 175 from behind during a fast
				taxi after landing.  Repaired and returned to service.  Involved in another
				accident Jul 28, 1994 at Oshkosh air show whhen it struck the tail of a
				Commander 114A while taxying after landing.  Repaired again.  Crashed during
				warbird fly-by at Oshkosh EAA Airshow July 26, 2005.  Pilot killed.
				Registration N6327T cancalled Dec 12, 2007.
			74421 to RCAF as 9587.  W/o Apr 6, 1953
			74423 to RCAF as 9595. Reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N64CL
			74425 (c/n 122-40965) to RCAF as 9591.  To civilian registry as N6522D, N22D, N51HB,
				N11T, NL11T, N11T, now with Western Aviation Maintenance, Mesa, AZ.
				Reservations PH-PLI and PH-PSI reserved in 2004.  Registration N11T
				cancelled by FAA Apr 7, 2005 as sold to Meuler (Stichting Dutch
				Historic Aircraft Co) of Lelystad in Netherlands and 
				registration PH-PSI allocated Apr 11, 2005.  Painted as 474425 OC-G "Damn Yankee"
			74426 to RCAF as 9596.  W/o Jul 22, 1952
			74427 to RCAF as 9592.  To civilian registry as N9148R, N2251D, then to French civil 
				registry as F-AZSB in Dec 1999.  With the Salis Collection at La Ferte-Alais,
				France and is currently painted as 44-11622
			74429 to RCAF as 9598.  To civilian registry as N6313T, N6353T
			74430 to RCAF as 9588.  To civlilan registry as N6873E, YS-149-P, TG-REI,
				N22765P, N52HA, N2265P.
			74432 (13th ARP Sq, SAAF) shot down by AAA near Wonsan, Korea Jul 22, 1951.
			74435 to RCAF as 9221.  To civilian registry as CF-LOQ, then N130JT.
			74438 to RCAF as 9589.  W/o Jul 14, 1952
			74441 to RCAF as 9593.  To civilian registry as N9149R.  Crashed in 1972
			74442 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by AAA and pilot bailed out over
				friendly territory Aug 2, 1951.
			74443 (3595th Pilot Training Wing, 3595 M&S Group, 3595 MS) lost control
				during aerobatics Jul 7, 1950 and crashed 20 Mi NE of Nellis AFB, NV.
				Pilot killed.
			74444 to RCAF as 9222.  W/o May 30, 1953
			74445 to RCAF as 9594.  To civilian registry as N4143A?, N4132A. 
			74446 to RCAF as 9223.  To civilian registry as CF-LOR, then N1451D
			74451 to RCAF as 9590.  SOC Nov 1, 1960
			74452 to RCAF as 9225.  To civilian registry as N74190.  May have gone to 
				Guatemala air force.  Taken to Poland by a company named Millenium Classics
				for disassembly and reverse engineering for production of new aircraft.
				Now on US civil registry as N1335.
			74453 to RCAF as 9597.  To civilian registry as N9150R, N1335.  Crashed in 1963, killing the pilot.  Rebuilt in 1981
				and adopted the serial 44-13903.  To C-GJCK, N151JP "Glamorous Gal", then N251HR, then N751RB.
			74454 to RCAF as 9599.  W/o Apr 27, 1956
			74458 to RCAF as 9226.  To civilian registry as N9145R, then N65206,
				then N351DM with Barnstorm Aviation of Jacksonville, FL
			74459 to RCAF as 9600. To civilian registry as N9151R, to Guatelmala AF
				as FAG 369.
			74460 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) hit by AAA and pilot bailed out S of Imjin
				River inside friendly lines Apr 5, 1951.
			74461 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Jul 23, 1951.
			74466 to RCAF as 9227.  To civilian registry as N10607, now with Parmley Aviation Services, 
				Council Bluffs, IA.  Damaged in a crash at Tarkio, MO Jul 9, 2005.
			74468 to RCAF as 9236.  W/o Aug 15, 1955
			74469 on civil registry as N1251D with Classic American Aircraft, Poland, OH.  Reported
				in 1990 as being N7723C, then under restoration by Fighterbirds West, AZ
				Reregistered N74469 Sep 15, 2004.  N514RP reserved Jun 4, 2007,
				taken up Jul 11, 2007.
			74472 to RCAF as 9277.  To civilian registry as N6323T
			74479 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) hit by AAA and crash-landed in river bed Mar 5, 1951.
			74480 to RCAF as 9248.  W/o Dec 6, 1950
			74481 to RCAF as 9238.  W/o Sep 9, 1954
			74483 to RCAF as 9228.  To civilian registry as N6523D, then N51GP.  Reported in	
				1990 as being airworthy in CA as N1GP.  Aircraft recently completed
				20-year rebuild and is now based at Schellville, CA as N51GP.
				First flight after restoration Mar 27, 2009.
			74484 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed near enemy lines near Pobwon-ni, Korea
				Apr 26, 1951.
			74486 to RCAF as 9229.  W/o Mar 15, 1956
			74487 lost Aug 13, 1951.
			74489 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed 3 mi E of Sinmak, Korea Apr 30, 1951.
			74494 to RCAF as 9237.  To civilian registry as N6313T, N6356T, N72FT 
			74497 to RCAF as 9230.  To civilian registry as N6320T with Lady Alice Corp, Wilmington, DE
				Also have this being at one time N51VW.  Registration N51LW
				reserved Dec 12, 2008
			74499 to RCAF as 9239.  To civilian registry as CF-MWS, N6312T
			74502 to RCAF as 9232.  To civilian registry as CF-MWC, then N6321T,
				N70QF, NX51VC.  Now with Vintage Warbirds, Inc as N351DT.
			74503 to SAAF as 333.  Lost with No 2. Sqdn Jun 9, 1951.
			74504 to RCAF as 9240.  W/o May 7, 1953
			74505 to RCAF as 9233.  To civilian registry in 1956 as N68DR.  Passed through several owner
				and ended up in Miami as N3990A.  Flown secretly to Cuba Nov 23, 1958
				and entered service with Cuban AF as FAR 401.  During the 70's FAR-401 was displayed 
				besides a Sea Fury in the Museum of the Revolution (ex- Presidential Palace).  Today 
				it remains as the only one of them remaining, the FAR-401 in the Museum of the DAAFAR, in Havana.  
			74506 to RCAF as 9231.  To civilian registry as CF-MWM, then N6325T, N6317T,
				N335J, F-AZJJ.  Currently N8093Z, registration N151FT reserved Jul 18, 2005,
				taken up Sep 12, 2005. 
			74507 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) dove into target Apr 26, 1952.
			74509 (18th FBG) shot down by MiGs Apr 30, 1951.
			74510 (18th FBG) exploded in midair Jul 9, 1951.
			74511 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed Jul 23, 1951.
			74512 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) hit by AAA and crash-landed 2 mi S of Chunchon,
				Korea Mar 11, 1951.
			74513 (18th FBG, Headquarters) shot down by AAA Aug 25, 1951.
			74515 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed Jan 8, 1952.
			74516 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) lost control in landing at K-10, Korea Nov 20, 1951.
			74517 to RCAF as 9234.  W/o May 6, 1954.
			74518 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Mar 1, 1952.
			74521 (6002nd TSptW, 67th FBS) crashed 10 mi SE of Wonsan, Korea Jul 28, 1950.
			74525 (67th TRW) shot down by AAA Jul 17, 1951, pilot bailed out but MIA.
			74532 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) crashed in bad weather Apr 28, 1952.
			74534 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) crashed into Taedong-ni River, Korea Aug 14, 1951.
			74536 To civil registry as N5452V, N991RC, N991R, converted to unlimited air racer *Miss America*.  Reported in 1990 as being
				airworthy as N991K.  N991R "Miss America" noted at Oklahoma Museum of Flying, Oklahoma City Oct 2012.
			74539 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA 20 mi E of Changjin, Korea May 23, 1951.
			74543 (c/n 122-41083) to RCAF as 9252.  To civilian registry as N5458V.  
			74544 to RCAF as 9299.  W/o Mar 15, 1954
			74550 (6002nd TSpt W, 51st FS) pilot bailed out in Uison area Jul 10, 1950.
			74553 (18th FBG) crash-landed at home base and written off Nov 11, 1950.
			74565 (2nd SAAF Sq) engine failure, pilote bailed out behind friendly lines
				and was rescued Sep 9, 1951.
			74570 (2nd SAAF SQ) hit by ground fire and crash-landed Sep 5, 1951.
			74577 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by MiG Oct 12, 1952.
			74582 to RCAF as 9253.  To civilian registry as N6524D, N6329T, N53JT, N6329T.
				Reregistered N51JT Jul 1, 2004
			74589 on civil registry as N251D
			74601 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) exploded in midair 5 mi NW of Ultun, Korea May 14, 1952.
			74602 to RCAF as 9255.  To civilian registry as N6318T, N35, N3580.
			74605 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) crashlanded May 15, 1952.  Suffered engine failure
				Jul 15, 1952.
			74606 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) hit by AAA Sep 5, 1951.
			74612 (18th FBG) belly landed on mudflats, pilot rescued Apr 23, 1952.
			74614 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) show down by MiG near Taehwa-do, Korea Jun 1, 1951.
			74615 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) show down by AAA 6 mi S of Sibyon-Ni, Korea Apr 17, 1951.
			74617 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA in Korea Jan 15, 1952.
			74618 lost with 18th FBG Jun 9, 1951 before could be transferred to SAAF.
			74619 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed due to engine trouble Jan 14, 1952.
			74621 (35th FIW) lost Oct 15, 1950
			74623 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed due to engine failure May 20, 1952.
			74627 reported in 1990 as being on display at Basa AB, Philippines.
				Traded to the Taiwanese FA in 1955 for a flyable F-5A.  Now in
				a Museum in Taiwan and repainted in Taiwanese markings.
			74630 served in Korea with 45th TRS as "Laura Gene" and with 18th FBG.  To ROKAF May 4, 1953.
			74632 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA near Young-dong, Korea Sep 1, 1951.
			74643 (18th FBG) lost on friendly island Apr 5, 1952, Korea.
			74646 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA 45 mi SE of Wonsan, Korea Jun 6, 1951.
			74652 (77th FS, 20th FG)  based at Shaw Field,  South Carolina On May 8, 1947, crashed near Cassatt, South Carolina 
			74655 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Jul 25, 1952.
			74658 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) in midair collision near Hill 1407, Korea Oct 18, 1951.
				Also listed as having belly landing at K-46 Jun 7, 1952.
			74671 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA Jun 3, 1953.
			74691 (1992nd TSpt W, 67th FBS) crashed NW of Mukpang-ni, Korea Jul 21, 1950.
			74692 to RoKAF summer of 1950.  It was the mount of Major (later Colonel)
				Dean Hess, the senior instructor pilot/advisor to the RoKAF.  He
				was the author of the book Battle Hymn
			74694 to N6815D, then became I-BILL, which crashed, killing the pilot Jul 3, 1977
			74699 (3595th TS, 3595th TG) Nellis AFB, Nevada – Struck ground on dive bombing run 14 miles 
				NNE of Indian Springs, NV, Sep 28, 1950
			74712 (8th FBW) lost Nov 30, 1950.
			74716 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) crashed into sea short of runway at Pusan, Korea Dec 19, 1950.
			74718 (2nd SAAF SQ) shot down by AAA Jul 1, 1951.
			74727 (18th FBG, 12t, FBS, damaged by AAA and crashlanded in river in friendly
				territory May 11, 1951.
			74730 (18th FBG) bellied in Apr 11, 1952.
			74739 to RCAF as 9297.  To civilian registry as N8672E, N151Q, N51RH
			74740 (529th FS, 311th FG, 14th AF) crashed between Kunming and Shanghai, China due to bad weather while on ferry flight
				Nov 19, 1945.  MACR 15006.  Pilot killed
			74745 to SAAF as 357.  Lost in Korea Sep 20, 1951.
			74748 to SAAF as 343.  Returned to USAAF, then to Philippine AF
			74750 to SAAF as 344.  Lost with No 2 Sqdn Sep 8, 1951
			74752 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Jun 16, 1951, Chunhwa, North Korea.
			74753 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Feb 2, 1951.
			74756 on civilian registry as N68QF.  Crashed on approach to
				Mojave Airport for Mojave Air Races Jun 16, 1976.  Pilot killed.
			74757 (2nd SAAF SQ) crashed after bellying-in Oct 29, 1951.
			74759 (2nd SAAF Sq) in midair collision with another SAAF F-51 Dec 3, 1951 and
				crashed into Han River.
			74771 (35th FIW) lost to enemy action Dec 5, 1950.
			74774 (c/n 122-41014) to RCAF as 9270.  Now owned by 
				Jack Roush and flying as N6341T.  By Aug 1996 was painted as 44-14450.
				Registratin N451MG reserved Jun 14, 2006
			74777 on civil registry as N151D.
			74781 to RCAF as 9263.  To civilian registry as N6305T
			74786 to SAAF as 387.  Returned to USAF, transferred to ROKAF Feb 1, 1953.  Scrapped in 1957.
			74787 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA Mar 6, 1953.
			74788 to SAAF as 314.  Lost Jun 6, 1951 in Korea
			74794 (18th FBG, 39th FBS) shot down by AAA Sep 5, 1951, pilot bailed out.
			74803 (35th FIW) lost to enemy action Dec 5, 1950.
			74813 to RCAF as 9261.  To civilian registry as N6301T, later N151KW.  N151BW
				reserved May 7, 2008, taken up Jun 5, 2008.  Named "Cripes A' Mighty"
				Painted with serial 44-14906
			74814 (2nd SAAF Sq) suffered engine fire, pilot bailed out SW of Wonju, Korea Mar 20, 1951.
			74827 reported in 1990 as being on display at RNZAF Museum, Wigram, NZ.  It had come
				from the Indonesian AF in 1985, which was a Cavalier conversion with Indonesian AF seria
				of F-307.  It is displayed as RNZAF NZ2410.  It was exchanged with the Indonesian 
					AF Museum for a DH.115 Vampire Trainer
			74829 to Philippines but now flying in NZ as NZ2415.  I have another report which
				has this plane as going to RCAF as 9265 then going to civil registry as
				N8675E, N169MD, N769MD, N6125C, ZK-TAF.  Flying as ZK-TAF in the markings of NZ2415
			74831 to RCAF as 9268.  To civilian registry as N9152R, then to Guatemala air force
				as FAG 372.
			74832 to RCAF as 9269.  To civilian registry as CF-MWT, N3610T, N551MR.  Now on French
				civil registry as F-AZJJ since 1993.  Must have reverted to N551MR
				Dec 6, 2005.  Currently registered N51CY, registration N94384 reserved
				Oct 18, 2006, taken up Dec 27, 2006.
			74836 to RCAF as 9260.  To civilian registry as N3991A, N69X.  To Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH
			74839 on civil registry as N50FS with Picacho Aviation,  Fairacres, NM.
			74843 to RCAF as 9251.  To civilian registry as N6314T.
			74846 (18th FBG) hit by AAA and belly-landed at K-46 Oct 2, 1951.
			74848 to RCAF as 9267.  W/o Nov 29, 1953
			74851 to RCAF as 9266.  W/o Sep 26, 1954
			74853 now painted as FZ626.
			74854 to RCAF as 9272.  To civilian registration as N9147R, then to Guatemala
				air force as FAG 375
			74859 to RCAF as 9257.  To civilian registry as N7097V
			74860 to RCAF as 9264.  I also have a report of this one being lost in Korea with
				18th FBG, 67th FBS Aug 2, 1952.
			74862 lost Oct 22, 1952 in accident before transfer to SAAF.
			74863 to SAAF as 361.  Lost with No 2 Sqdn Oct 22, 1952
			74865 to RCAF as 9258.  To civilian registry as N8677E
			74868 to RCAF as 9256.  WS/o Nov 6, 1954
			74877 (18th FBG) crashed Mar 11, 1952.
			74878 to RCAF as 9259.  To civilian registry as N6306T
			74879 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) tail gear collapsed on landing Jan 11, 1952.
			74881 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA near Kunwha, Korea Apr 17, 1951, pilot
				bailed out.
			74883 (35th FIW) shot down by AAA Jan 2, 1951.
			74888 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Jul 7, 1951, pilot bailed out.
			74897 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) lost in action Aug 14, 1951.
			74902 to Guatemala AF, then became N38227 with Howard Development, Big Springs, TX.
			74908 to RCAF as 9273.  To civilian registry as N1070Z, N965D, N151BP, now with Palm Springs
				Air Museum, Palm Springs, CA.
			74910 (c/n 122-41450) to civil registry as N74920.  Now on display at Yanks Air Museum, CA
				Reported in 1990 as being N51SJ, then airworthy with Yankee Air Corps, Chino, CA
			74913 crashed near  Crestview, Florida Apr 9, 1948.  Pilot killed.
			74923 to Salvadorean AF as FAS 410.  To civil registry as N5438V, then
				N132, N100DD, N345, N6935.   Registration PH-JAT reserved Nov 20, 2006
			74936 on display at WPAFB Museum (marked as P-51D-15-NA Ser. No. 44-15174)
			74939 reported 1988 in NASM, Washington, DC.  Noted Dec 2005 at the Mall facility
				of NASM in Washington.
			74942 is registered with FAA as 44-72942, don't know why.  On civil registry as N5427V.
			74950 on civil registry as N4564V, later N51DT.  Crashed Aug 25, 1971 when airframe failed in flight while performing
				aerobatics.  The identity of the airframe was transferred to an Australian CA-18 with c/n 1500.  
				Registered as N20JS, later N7496W, then N51DT.
			74959 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) crashed 8 mi NW of Kaesong, Korea Jun 11, 1951. Also
				listed as being part of a group of Mustangs serving in Iceland. Flown
				to Glasgow, UK Apr 1953 and then to Mobile AL then to Norton AFB,
				CA for termination.
			74960 (c/n 122-41500) served with WV ANG FS 167 in the 1950s and then to El 
				Salvador AF as FAES 414.  Sold as scrap/spares but
				registration N50191 reserved Aug 19. 2005.  Now undergoing restoration in 
				Lubbock, TX
			74962 on civil registry as N51DK
			74971 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Oct 17, 1951.
			74976 reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N98582.
			74977 on civil registry as N5448V
			74978 to Costa Rica AF in 1955.  Sold on civil registry as N6169U, later N74978
			74984 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed near Chinhae, Korea Jul 11, 1951.
			74989 to SAAF, details uncertain
			74992 to SAAF as 359.  Lost in Korea with No 2 Sqdn Oct 29, 1951
			74995 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA May 17, 1951.
			74996 to civil registry as N5410V, used as racer.  Damaged Jun 1970, current status
				uncertain.
			75001 (35th FIW) lost 2 mi NW of Namwon, Korea Sep 18, 1950.
			75006 to RCAF as 9262.  W/o Jan 6, 1952
			75007 on civil registry as N3451D with EAA Aviation Foundation, Oshkosh, WI
			75009 on civil registry as N51TC
			75016 (8th FBG, HQ) lost on bombing run Sep 16, 1950.
			75024 under restoration in Texas as N96JM
			75025 to ROKAF Sep 27, 1952.  W/o in accident Sep 18, 1953.
44-75027/76026	Boeing B-29 Superfortress
			Contract cancelled.  C/ns may have been 12587/13586
44-76027/76028	North American XP-51J Mustang
			c/n 105-47446/47447.  Same c/ns as the first two B-25Js (c/n 108-47446/47447)
44-76029/76091	Beech UC-43 Traveler
			To US Navy as GB-2
			76041 (c/n 6723) to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 23706
			76045 (c/n 6727) to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 23710
			76056 (c/n 6738) originally ordered by US Navy as 23721, which it took up
				after USAAF service.
			76062 (c/n 6907) to US Navy as GB-2 23727
			76068 (c/n 6913) to US Navy as GB-2.  Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
			76069 (c/n 6914) to US Navy as GB-2 Bu No 23737
			76071 (c/n 6916) to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 23736.
			76088 (c/n 6933) to US Navy as GB-2 BuNo 23753.
44-76092/76191	Cancelled contracts
44-76192/76193	General Airborne XCG-16A
44-76194	Cancelled contract for General Airborne XCG-16A
44-76195/76524	Douglas C-47B-25-DK Skytrain
			c/n 32527/32856
			76206,76214,76223,76240,76248,76257,76265,
				76273,76282,76290,76298,76306,76314,76322,
				76330,76338,76346,76354,76362,,76370,76378,
				76386,76394,76402,76410,76418,76430,76438,
				76446,76454,76462,76470,76478,76486,76494,
				76502,76510,76518,,76524 completed as TC-47B-25-DK.
			76196,76197,76254,76292,76344,76395,76449
				completed as C-47B-27-DK
			76203,76210,76219,76227,76236,76244,76252,
				76261,76269,76277,76286,76294,76302,76310,
				76318,76326,76334,76342,76350,76358,76366,
				76374,76382,76390,76398,76406,76414,76422,
				completed as C-47B-28-DK
			76195 (c/n 15779/32527) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
				under Lend-Lease Jan 28, 1945.  Became XT-84
			76196 (c/n 15780/32528) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76197 (c/n 15781/32529) delivered as VD-47D-27-DK.  To civil registry N87664, C-GGCS, then as N73CD
			76198 (c/n 15782/32530) delivered as VD-47D-27-DK.  Delivered to China
				National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) under Lend-Lease Feb 18, 1945.
				Became XT-58, then XT-133, then N8354C.  To VR-HEP. Back to N8354C.  W/o 4 mi W of Sungei Padi, Siam Jan 13, 1951.
			76199 (c/n 15783/32531) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
				under Lend-Lease Feb 18, 1945.
			76200 (c/n 15784/32532) to RAF as Dakota IV KN285 Jan 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Oct 7, 1954
			76201 (c/n 15785/32533) to RAF as Dakota IV KN286 Jan 1945.  SOC Sep 15, 1949
			76202 (c/n 15786/32534) to RAF as Dakota IV KN287 Jan 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Mar 27, 1947
			76203 (c/n 15787/32535) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  converted to VC-47D
			76204 (c/n 15788/32536) to RAF as Dakota IV KN288 Jan 1945.  Overstressed
				after engine failure over Somerset Aug 24, 1945.  SOC
			76205 (c/n 15789/32537) to RAF as Dakota IV KN289 Jan 1945.  DBR when
				bellylanded at Bury, QQ Feb 1,1 945 after engines cut due to fuel
				mishandling.
			76206 (c/n 15790/32538) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76207 (c/n 15791/32539) to RAF as Dakota IV KN290 Jan 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Gropu Sep 24, 1954.  Converted
				to AC-47D.  Shot down in South Vietnam May; 5, 1968, 3 KIA
			76208 (c/n 15792/32540) to RAF as Dakota IV KN291.  To RCAF 
				Jun 6, 1946.  Renumbered 12911 in 1970
			76209 (c/n 15793/32541) to RAF as Dakota IV KN292.  Transferred to 
				Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 20, 1953.  Became 709 of French navy, then 
				N91BF. Converted to Basler BT-67 gunship (Basler conversion no 37) and to 
				Colombian AF as FAC 1658.
			76210 (c/n 15794/32542) completed as C-47B-28-DK
			76211 (c/n 15795/32543) to RAF as Dakota IV KN293 Jan 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76212 (c/n 15796/32544) to RAF as Dakota IV KN294 Jan 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76213 (c/n 15797/32545) to RAF as Dakota IV KN295 Jan 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 19, 1953.
			76214 (c/n 15798/32546) completed as TC-47B-25-DK.   Converted to SC-47D.  To civil registry
				as N87633, then CP0729.  Crashed Jun 6, 1964, El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia.
			76215 (c/n 15799/32547) to RAF as Dakota IV KN296 Jan 1945. Returned to USAAF
				Jul 31, 1947
			76216 (c/n 15800/32548) to RAF as Dakota IV KN297 Jan 1945.  Sold Dec 31,
				1946. To civil registry as G-AOZA Jan 8, 1957.  Registration
				cancelled Jul 29, 1957, sold to French AF as 76216 Nov 1957.
				To Madagascar as 5R-MMB.
			76217 (c/n 15801/32549) to RAF as Dakota IV KN298 Jan 1945.  Broke up in
				cloud 20 mi W of Feni Apr 13, 1945
			76218 (c/n 15802/32550) to RAF as Dakota IV KN299 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Dec 18, 1947
			76219 (c/n 15803/32551) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  By 1954 was CX-AFE
				of Primeras Lineas Uroguayas de Navigacion Aerea.
			76220 (c/n 15804/32552) to RAF as Dakota IV KN300 Feb 1945.  Wrecked when
				swung on landing and struck tree, N'duli, Tanganyika Mar 16, 1950
			76221 (c/n 15805/32553) to RAF as Dakota IV KN301 Jan 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.  To Armee de l'Air as 476221.  Transferred
				under MDAP to French Air Force call sigh F-RAQH, then to F-RAOL, then to F-TEBF, then to F-SDKD.  To
				Israel Defense Force Air Force as 018, to 4X-FNO.  To Cascade Air Inc as N60049 Jul 13, 2000.  Reported
				destroyed/scrapped Alberta Mar 24, 2004.
			76222 (c/n 15806/32554) to RAF as Dakota IV KN302 Feb 1945.  Returned
				to USAAF Aug 20, 1947
			76223 (c/n 15807/32555) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76224 (c/n 15808/32556) to RAF as Dakota IV KN303 Feb 1945.  Crashed and destroyed
				by fire after striking tree during supply drop, seletar Jul 2, 1949
			76225 (c/n 15809/32557) to RAF as Dakota IV KN304 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Apr 17, 1947.  To Belgian AF K19 (call sign OT-CWI) then 
				to Katanga AF as KAT-03
			76226 (c/n 15810/32558) to RAF as Dakota IV KN305 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Jul 3, 1947.  To Belgian AF as K-21 (call sign OT-CWJ), to Katanga as KAT-02.
			76227 (c/n 15811/32559) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  To civil registry as PP-CCD.
				Crashed Apr 28, 1946 in Amazonas, Brazil
			76228 (c/n 15812/32560) to RAF as Dakota IV KN306 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by fire
				when swung on landing, ran into ditch and undercarriage
				collapsed Oct 15, 1945, Akyab Main, Burma
			76229 (c/n 15813/32561) to RAF as Dakota IV KN307.  Transferred to
				Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 18, 1953 as 476229, then
				to French Air Force as 476229, call signs F-RAMP, F-RAXP, F-RAOD
				and F-TEFJ, then to French Navy as 729, call sign F-YDQS.  
				Then to Sarl Transalvair International as F-GDXP Feb 5, 1986.
				To SA Transvalair/ACE Oct 17, 1988.  To SA Transvalair
				Normandie/TVN Feb 21, 1991.  TO SA Transvalair/ACe Mar 15, 1993.
				Exported to England Jul 26, 1994. Then registered to Aces High 
				Ltd Jul 27, 1994 as G-BVRB.  Planned to be re-exported to France
				May 9, 1995 for International Lease Finance Corporation as F-GNFD
				for Classic AW, but this was abandoned.  Expoerted to USA as N4332E
				for Euroworld Miami, Inc of Miami May 20, 1998.  Re-exported to France
				Jun 4, 1999.  Scrapped at Le Touquet (LTQ) in France.  Fuselage moved
				Oct 2006 to Saint-Mere L'Eglise for exhibit, engines to Abbeville.
			76230 (c/n 15814/32562) 
			76231 (c/n 15815/32563) while assigned to North American Aviation crashed
				Apr 5, 1947, 5 miles W of Decaturville, TN in bad weather. At least
				one killed. 
			76232 (c/n 15816/32564) w/o Oct 23, 1945 on the Hump.
			76233 (c/n 15817/32565) to USAAF 1 CCG, 2CCS.  W/o Jul 24, 1945 in landing accident
				at Nanning, China
			76234 (c/n 15818/32566) w/o May 13, 1945 on approach to Ledo, India
			76235 (c/n 15819/32567)
			76236 (c/n 15820/32568) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76237 (c/n 15821/32569) reregistered to PI-C487 to XU-CAF in Aug 1972 operated by Khymer A/Ls 
			76238 (c/n 15822/32570) crashed Jan 31, 1946
			76239 (c/n 15823/32571) 
			76240 (c/n 15824/32572) deliveres as TC-47B-25-DK.   Converted to TC-47D.
				To civil registry as N87665.
			76241 (c/n 15825/32573) 
			76242 (c/n 15826/32574) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporatin Feb 15, 1946.  Destroyed in
				Changxing County Dec 14, 1946. 
			76243 (c/n 15827/32575)
			76244 (c/n 15828/32576) w/o Jun 15, 1947 in crash landing at Fort Knox, Kentucky.
			76245 (c/n 15829/32577)
			76246 (c/n 15830/32578) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946 as XT-T33.
				To civil registry as N8331C, then N1799B
			76247 (c/n 15831/32579) 
			76248 (c/n 15832/32580) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.
			76249 (c/n 15833/32581) 
			76250 (c/n 15834/32582)
			76251 (c/n 15835/32583)
			76252 (c/n 15836/32584) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76253 (c/n 15837/32585) 
			76254 (c/n 15838/32586) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76255 (c/n 15839/32587) to RAF as Dakota IV KN308 Feb 1945.  SOC Nov 18, 1950.
			76256 (c/n 15840/32588) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Feb 1945 as XT-T22.
				Later to civil registry as N8329C, N4663V, N99H.
			76257 (c/n 15841/32589) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
			76258 (c/n 15842/32590) damaged Dec 29,1 950 in taxi accident at Itzauke AB, Japan 
			76259 (c/n 15943/32591) 
			76260 (c/n 15844/32592) to RAF as Dakota IV KN309 Feb 1945.  Sold May 12, 1953.
				Became VR-TBI
			76261 (c/n 15845/32593) deliverd as C-47B-28-DK.  Registered to Cruzeiro as PP-CCC.  Crashed
				Dec 1, 1955 after takeoff from Belim, Brazil when engine lost power.  2 crew, 4 passengers killed.
			76262 (c/n 15846/32594) to RAF as Dakota IV KN310 Feb 1945.  Sold Nov 11, 1952.
				Registered G-AMWX Dec 5, 1952.  Carried out trooping contracts
				using temporary RAF serial XF792.  Forcelanded on beach at Mers-les-Bains,
				France Dec 17, 1965 and DBR when covered by incoming tide.
			76263 (c/n 15847/32595) 
			76264 (c/n 15848/32596)
			76265 (c/n 15849/32597) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76266 (c/n 15850/32598) converted to VC-47D.  Crashed 35 mi N of Globe, AZ Dec 30, 1951 while on
				flight from Hamilton AFB to Goodfellow AFB.  4 crew and 24 passengers killed.
			76267 (c/n 15851/32599) to USSR Mar 1945
			76268 (c/n 15852/32600) to USSR Feb 1945
			76269 (c/n 15853/32601) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
			76270 (c/n 15854/32602) to USSR Mar 1945
			76271 (c/n 15855/32603) to USSR Feb 1945
			76272 (c/n 15856/32604) to USSR Feb 1945
			76273 (c/n 15857/32605) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76274 (c/n 15858/32606) to USSR Feb 1945
			76275 (c/n 15859/32607) to USSR Feb 1945
			76276 (c/n 15860/32608) to USSR Feb 1945
			76277 (c/n 15861/32609) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  To PP-PBZ of Panair do Brasil then
				PP-CCR "Bare" of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul and CP-1243.
			76278 (c/n 15862/32610) to USSR Feb 1945
			76279 (c/n 15863/32611) to USSR Feb 1945
			76280 (c/n 15864/32612) to RAF as Dakota IV KN311 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 14, 1946.
			76281 (c/n 15865/32613) to RAF as Dakota IV KN312.  Transferred to Military
				Aircraft Assistance Gropu Jul 22, 1952, later to NEIAF
			76282 (c/n 15866/32614) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To Cambodia AF Aug 12, 1970
			76283 (c/n 15867/32615) to RAF as Dakota IV KN313 Feb 1945.  SOC Aug 14, 1947
			76284 (c/n 15868/32616) to RAF as Dakota IV KN314 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
			76285 (c/n 15869/32617) to RAF as Dakota IV KN315 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947
			76286 (c/n 15870/32618) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
			76287 (c/n 15871/32619) to RAF as Dakota IV KN316 Feb 1945.   Returned to
				USAAF Aug 23, 1948
			76288 (c/n 15872/32620) to RAF as Dakota IV KN317 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 14, 1946
			76289 (c/n 15873/32621) to RAF as Dakota IV KN318 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
			76290 (c/n 15874/32622) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
				Crashed during mission in South Vietnam Mar 9, 1966, 1 KIA, 2 MIA.
			76291 (c/n 15875/32623) to RAF as Dakota IV KN319 Feb 1945.  DBR when swung on
				landing and undercarriage collapsed, Mingaladon Jul 8, 1945.
			76292 (c/n 15876/32624) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N304S
			76293 (c/n 15877/32625) to RAF as Dakota IV KN320 Mar 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1947
			76294 (c/n 15878/32626) delivered as V-47B-28-DK
			76295 (c/n 15879/32627) to RAF as Dakota IV KN321 Feb 1945. Returned to USAAF
				Jan 27, 1947
			76296 (c/n 15880/32628) to RAF as Dakota IV KN322 Feb 1945.  Sold Jan 27, 1953.
				By 1955 was VP-KLA of East African Airways Corp.
			76297 (c/n 15881/32629) to RAF as Dakota IV KN323 Feb 1945.  SOC Jun 21, 1950
			76298 (c/n 15882/32630) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76299 (c/n 15883/32631) to RAF as Dakota IV KN324 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947
			76300 (c/n 15884/32632) to RAF as Dakota IV KN325 Feb 1945.  Returned
				to USAAF Nov 14, 1947.  To Belgian AF K26
				(call sign OT-CWL) then to Netherlanda AF X-3
			76301 (c/n 15885/32633) to RAF as Dakota IV KN326 Feb 1945.  Swung on landing
				and struck Dakota KN575 (previous US serial unknown) and DBR,
				Semerang, Java Jan 30, 1946
			76302 (c/n 15886/32634) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76303 (c/n 15887/32635) was to have gone RAF as Dakota IV KN327 Feb 1945 but
				was diverted to SAAF as 6854, no RAF service
			76304 (c/n 15888/32636) to RAF as Dakota IV KN328 Feb 1945.  
				Transferred to Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 5, 1955. Returned to USAF.  Converted to EC-47Q
			76305 (c/n 15889/32637) to RAF as Dakota IV KN329 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
			76306 (c/n 15890/32638) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK Feb 1945.  To SC-47D, later HC-47D.
			76307 (c/n 15891/32639) to RAF as Dakota IV KN330 Feb 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 23, 1953.
			76308 (c/n 15892/32640) to RAF as Dakota IV KN331 Feb 1945.  SOC Jan 24, 1950
			76309 (c/n 15893/32641) to RAF as Dakota IV KN332 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by fire
				after flying into hill near Vitrolles, France while descending
				in cloud Apr 19, 1945.
			76310 (c/n 15894/32642) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Presented to King Farouk
				of Egypt Mar 27, 1945 and serialed F3.  After Egyptian revolution was
				used by Col. Nasser and reserialed 113 by Egyptian AF.  Replaced as
				Nasser's aircraft by IL-14 Jan 1956
			76311 (c/n 15895/32643) to RAF as Dakota IV KN333 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
			76312 (c/n 15896/32644) to RAF as Dakota IV KN334 Feb 1945.  To SAAF as 6882 Oct 3, 1945. Registered Jan 30, 2003 
				to National Test Pilots School P/L of Capetown, South Africa as ZS-MAP.
			76313 (c/n 15897/32645) to RAF as Dakota IV KN335 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 12, 1948.
			76314 (c/n 15898/32646) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76315 (c/n 15899/32647)
			76316 (c/n 15900/32648) destroyed by typhoon Oct 22, 1945
			76317 (c/n 15901/32649) to RAF as Dakota IV KN336 Mar 1945.  Flew into ground
				on approach in cloud Aug 9, 1949, Salalah, Oman, 12 lost.
			76318 (c/n 15902/32650) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.
			76319 (c/n 15903/32651) to RAF as Dakota IV KN337 Feb 1945.  Transferred
				to SAAF as 6874 Oct 4, 1945.  To Rhodesia/Zimbabwe as 7039.  Flown to Wonderboom, near Pretoria, South Africa
				for conversion to turboprop in 2001/2.  Taken by road in about 2009 from Wonderboom.
			76320 (c/n 15904/32652) to RAF as Dakota IV KN338 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Dec 21, 1946.  By 1954 was PP-VBB of S A Empresa de viacao
				Aerea Rio-Grandense 
			76321 (c/n 15905/32653) to RAF as Dakota IV KN339 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Jun 24, 1947
			76322 (c/n 15906/32654) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to C-47D
			76323 (c/n 15907/32655) to RAF as Dakota IV KN340 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Apr 1, 19458
			76324 (c/n 15908/32656) to RAF as Dakota IV KN341 Feb 1945.  Sold Jul 27, 1953.
				Became ZS-DHX
			76325 (c/n 15909/32657) to RAF as Dakota IV KN342 Feb 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.
			76326 (c/n 15910/32658) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D.
				Now on display at USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park
			76327 (c/n 15911/32659) to RAF as Dakota IV KN343 Feb 1945. Ditched 120
				mi S of Port Moresby, New Guinea Mar 20, 1945 after both engines
				failed.
			76328 (c/n 15912/32660) to RAF as Dakota IV KN344.  Crashed at Samari,
				New Guinea Jul 2, 1945 (not sure if this is date of crash or date
				wreck was found)
			76329 (c/n 15913/32661) to RAF as Dakota IV KN345 Feb 1945.  Crashed into 
				Mt Pinos near Riverside, CA Mar 13, 1945 at night during ferry flight
			76330 (c/n 15914/32662) (detached from 315th Air Division from Osan AB, Korea) shot down by Pathet Lao
				AAA or small-arms fire Mar 23, 1961 and crashed 4 mi nw of Phon Savan, Laos.  First US
				combat loss in Southeast Asia since WW2.  7 crew killed, one POW.  POW 
				released Aug 15, 1962 after signing of Geneva Accords on Laos.
			76331 (c/n 15915/32663) to RAF as Dakota IV  KN346 Feb 1945.  SOC Feb 4, 1948
			76332 (c/n 15916/32664) to RAF as Dakota IV KN347 Feb 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 29, 1950
				as K28 (call sign OT-CNO) then OO-SNC
			76333 (c/n 15917/32665) to RAF as Dakota IV KN348 Feb 1945.  Ditched near
				Lingayen, Luzon Sep 14, 1945 after both engines lost power.
			76334 (c/n 15918/32666) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76335 (c/n 15919/32667) to RAAF as A65-75 (VH-CIR).  Crashed Oct 26, 1956
				Daly Waters, NT.  Scrapped Nov 1956.
			76336 (c/n 15920/32668) to RAAF as A65-72 (VH-CIO).  Used as transport
				for Sir Robert Menzies.  To Adastra Airways VH-AGU 1959. 
				Now owned by By Jeff Trappett. 
			76337 (c/n 15921/32669) to RAAF as A65-79 (VH-CIV).  To civilian registry as
				VH-CDB in 1960.  To Cambodia AF in 1960.
			76338 (c/n 15922/32670) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.   To Cambodia AF Feb 2, 1971.
			76339 (c/n 15923/32671) to RAAF as A65-73 (VH-CIP).  Now on static display in
				Beck Collection, Mareeba, QLD.
			76340 (c/n 15924/32672) to RAAF as A65-80 (VH-CIW).  To civil registry as VH-AIQ.  To Cambodia AF 1971.
			76341 (c/n 15925/32673) to RAAF as A65-81 (VH-CIX).  Damaged beyond repair
				by a blizzard in Antarctic May 16, 1961.
			76342 (c/n 15926/32674) delivered as C-47B-28-DK Feb 1945
			76343 (c/n 15927/32675) to RAAF as A65-76 (VH-CIS).  To Aeroequipment of Australia
				as VH-CDA.  To Israel AF as 4X-FN in April 1960.  To Portuguese AF as FAP-6155
				in 1961.  In 1974 to Guine-Bissau Air Force and used as a bomber, possibly
				registered as CR-GBN.  Ultimate fate obscure.
			76344 (c/n 15928/32676) delivered as C-47B-27-DK
			76345 (c/n 15929/32677) to RAAF as A65-78 (VH-CIU).  Now at Point Cook
				Museum, VIC.
			76346 (c/n 15930/32678) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
			76347 (c/n 15931/32679) to RAAF as A65-77 (VH-CIT).  Crashed Jun 27, 1945,
				Mascot, NSW.
			76348 (c/n 15932/32680) to RAAF as A65-74 (VH-CIQ).  Crashed Dec 1, 1950 and scrapped
				Feb 1951.
			76349 (c/n 15933/32681) to RCAF as Dakota IV 986.  W/o Goose Bay Mar 29, 1946.
			76350 (c/n 15934/32682) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  By 1955 was PP-CCB
				"Timbira" of Servicos Aereos Cruziero do Sul
			76351 (c/n 15935/32683) to RCAF as 985.  Missing Jul 23, 1951.
			76352 (c/n 15936/32684) to French AF Feb 1945
			76353 (c/n 15937/32685) to French AF Feb 1945.
			76354 (c/n 15938/32686) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
				Shot dowin in South Vietnam Mar 29, 1967.  7 KIA
			76355 (c/n 15939/32687) to French AF Mar 1945
			76356 (c/n 15940/32688) to French AF Feb 1945
			76357 (c/n 15941/32689) to French AF Feb 1945 reg 476357, call sign F-RAZB, for service in French Indo China. 
				Mar 13, 1954 written off (DBR) at Dien Bien Phu-Gialam Airport (DIN) Vietnam. 
			76358 (c/n 15942/32690) to French AF Mar 1945.  By 1954 was PP-VAW of
				S. A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
			76359 (c/n 15943/32691) to NEIAF as DT-945
			76360 (c/n 15944/32692) to NEIAF as DT-949.
			76361 (c/n 15945/32693) to RNZAF as NZ3534 Mar 1945.  By 1954 was
				ZK-APB of New Zealand National Airways
			76362 (c/n 15946/32694) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76363 (c/n 15947/32695) to RNZAF as NZ3535 Mar 1945
			76364 (c/n 15948/32696) to RNZAF as NZ3536 Mar 1945
			76365 (c/n 15949/32697) to USSR Mar 1945
			76366 (c/n 15950/32698) crashed 5 mi S of Memphis, TN Dec 11, 1947.  20 killed.
			76367 (c/n 15951/32699) to USSR Mar 1945
			76368 (c/n 15952/32700) to USSR Mar 1945
			76369 (c/n 15953/32701) to USSR Mar 1945
			76370 (c/n 15954/32702) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To South Vietnam AF,
				then to Royal Laotian AF.
			76371 (c/n 15955/32703) to USSR Mar 1945
			76372 (c/n 15956/32704) to USSR Mar 1945
			76373 (c/n 15957/32705) to USSR Mar 1945
			76374 (c/n 15958/32706) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
			76375 (c/n 15959/32707) to USSR Mar 1945
			76376 (c/n 15960/32708) to USSR Mar 1945
			76377 (c/n 15961/32709) to USSR Mar 1945
			76378 (c/n 15962/32710) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
			76379 (c/n 15963/32711) to RAF as Dakota IV KN349 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAF Jun 18, 1948
			76380 (c/n 15964/32712) to RAF as Dakota IV KN350 Feb 1945.  SOC Mar 21, 1950
			76381 (c/n 15965/32713) to RAF as Dakota IV KN351 Feb 1945.  DBR when tire burst
				on landing, swung, and undercarriage collapsed Mar 15, 1946, Mingaladon, Burma
			76382 (c/n 15966/32714) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76383 (c/n 15967/32715) to RAF as Dakota IV KN352 Feb 1945.  Transferred
				to Southern Rhodesian AF as SR4278 (AF-103) Aug 30, 1954.  In 1964 to Zambia AF as AF-101.  W/o
				at Londozi, Zambia Aug 4, 1964.
			76384 (c/n 15968/32716) to RAF as Dakota IV KN353 Feb 1945.  Then registered G-AMYJ
				Feb 23, 1953.  Carried out trooping work under serial XF747.  Became
				SU-AZF, then reverted to G-AMYJ, registration cancelled by CAA Dec 12, 2001.
				Aircraft noted at Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, England Mar 2004 in
				RAF colors and wearing original serial of KN353.
			76385 (c/n 15969/32717) to RAF as Dakota IV KN354 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 1, 1954
			76386 (c/n 15970/32718) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
			76387 (c/n 15971/32719) to RAF as Dakota IV KN355 Feb 1945.  SOC Jul 15, 1950
			76388 (c/n 15972/32720) to RAF as Dakota IV KN356 Feb 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 19, 1954.
			76389 (c/n 15973/32721) to RAF as Dakota IV KN357 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF May 27, 1948 
			76390 (c/n 15974/32722) delivered as C-47B-28-DK Mar 1945.
			76391 (c/n 15975/32723) to RAF as Dakota IV KN358 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Jan 27, 1947.
			76392 (c/n 15976/32724) to RAF as Dakota IV KN359 Feb 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Feb 12, 1947
			76393 (c/n 15977/32725) to RAF as Dakota IV KN360 Feb 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 26, 1951.  In 1955 was
				F-BEIL of Union Aeromaritime de Transport.  Went to Luftwaffe as XA+112 when it
				acquired an F-104 nose. Was to have been reserialled 14+02, but 
				sold as N10803 instead.  Registration cancelled Mar 24, 2004 as 'sale reported Jan 14, 1977'. 
				On civil registry as N2271B with Nevada Airlines of Nevada.  
			76394 (c/n 15978/32726) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To South Vietnam AF, then
				to Philippine AF.
			76395 (c/n 15979/32727) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76396 (c/n 15980/32728) to RAF as Dakota IV KN361 Feb 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 16, 1954
			76397 (c/n 15981/32729) to RAF as Dakota IV KN362.  Returned to USAAF
				Jan 9, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAS-199 and later 
				re-registered OB-R-199.
			76398 (c/n 15982/32730) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Conveted to VC-47D
			76399 (c/n 15983/32731) to RAF as Dakota IV KN363.  Ditched in South
				China Sea Jan 4, 1946 after engine failed.  3 lost
			76400 (c/n 15984/32732) to RAF as Dakota IV KN364 Feb 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Jan 13, 1947.  By 1954 was PP-VBC of
				S. A. Empresa de Viacao Aerea Rio-Grandense
			76401 (c/n 15985/32733) to RAF as Dakota IV KN365 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Aug 20, 1947.
			76402 (c/n 15986/32734) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK. To US civil registry as N86441.  To Spanish AF as T.3-47
			76403 (c/n 15987/32735) to RAF as Dakota IV KN366 Feb 1945.  Destroyed by
				fire after flying into mountain on Wantau Island while on approach
				to Kai Tak, Hong Kong in cloud Mar 26, 1946
			76404 (c/n 15988/32736) to RAF as Dakota IV KN367 Feb 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 8, 1953.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 476404, call sign 
				F-RAZZ, for service in French Indo China. Oct 19, 1953 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
			76405 (c/n 15989/32737) to RAF as Dakota IV KN368.  Returned to USAAF
				Jan 29, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAT-200 and later 
				re-registered OB-R-200. Scrapped at Lima.
			76406 (c/n 15990/32738) delivered as C-47B-28-DK.  Disappeared off Drewin, Ivory Coast 
				May 30,1945 after emergency message.  21 missing.
			76407 (c/n 15991/32739) to RAF as Dakota IV KN369 Feb 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 13, 1954.  To civil registry as N10802
			76408 (c/n 15992/32740) to RAF as Dakota IV KN370 Mar 1945.  Returned
				to USAAF Mar 28, 1947.  Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAU-201. W/o Cuzco, 
				Peru Nov 23, 1950
			76409 (c/n 15993/32741) to RAF as Dakota IV KN371 Mar 1945.  Registered G-AMPS
				Mar 4, 1952.  Registration cancelled Mar 13, 1953 on sale to
				Central African Airways as VP-YKN "Mashona"
			76410 (c/n 15994/32742) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  
			76411 (c/n 15995/32743) to RAF as Dakota IV KN372 Mar 1945.  Sold Jun 14, 1950.
				Became ZS-AXS.
			76412 (c/n 15996/32744) to RAF as Dakota IV KN373 Mar 1945. Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Sep 13, 1954.  Returned to USAF
				as 44-76412.  W/o May 11, 1958 while enroute from Wheelus AB
				Tripoli, Libya to RAF Alconbury when had an engine failure and
				landed gear up after a second engine failure on an abandoned
				airfield near Hal Far, Malta.
			76413 (c/n 15997/32745) to RAF as Dakota IV KN374 Mar 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
			76414 (c/n 15998/32746) delivered as C-47B-28-DK
			76415 (c/n 15999/32747) to RAF as Dakota IV KN375 Mar 1945.  DBR May 26, 1948
					at North Luffenham, UK when struck while parked by Dakot KK198 (ex 43-49714)
			76416 (c/n 16000/32748) to RAF as Dakota IV KN376 Mar 1945.  Ditched 10 mi
				SE of Angaur, Palau Islands after engine failure May 23, 1945.
			76417 (c/n 16001/32749) to RAF as Dakota IV KN377 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 23, 1953.
			76418 (c/n 16002/32750) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  to SVAF, then to Thailand
			76419 (c/n 16003/32751) to RAF as Dakota IV KN378 Mar 1945.  SOC Mar 7, 1950
			76420 (c/n 16004/32752) to RAF as Dakota IV KN379 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Mar 26, 1953
			76421 (c/n 16005/32753) to RAF as Dakota IV KN380 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Feb 25, 1953.  To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 47621, call sign 
				F-RAXC, then F-RBDL for service in French Indo China.  Jul 3, 1954 written off (DBR) in French Indo China.
			76422 (c/n 16006/32754) by 1954 was PP-VAX of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
				Aerea Rio-Grandense
			76423 (c/n 16007/32755) to RAF as Dakota IV KN381 Feb 1945.  To Belgian AF as K39
				(call sign OT-CWR) Dec 19, 1949, Returned to USAF, then to French AF Sep 1952. Became IDF/AF 044/4X-FNV
				Apr 1967.  From 1970 to 1977 was 4X-DCE as RC-47.  Reregistered 044/RX-FMP in 1996.  To US
				civil regiatry as 60154.  Now at Palm Springs Air Museum
			76424 (c/n 16008/32756) to RAF as Dakota IV KN382 Mar 1945.  DBR when ran away
				following brake failure and struck Dakota KN416 (ex 44-76509) 
				Apr 6, 1948, Oakington, UK
			76425 (c/n 16009/32757) to RAF as Dakota IV KN383 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 26, 1954.
			76426 (c/n 16010/32758) to RAF as Dakota IV KN384 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Aug 14, 1947
			76427 (c/n 16011/32759) to RAF as Dakota IV KN385 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Rhodesian AF as 155 Jun 3, 1955.
			76428 (c/n 16012/32760) to RAF as Dakota IV KN386 Feb 1945.  
				Transferred to Military Aircraft Assistance Group.
				Returned to USAF.  converted to VC-47D
			76429 (c/n 16013/32761) to RAF as Dakota IV KN387 Mar 1945.  Returned
				to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Pakistan AF as H-712,
				then to Hunting Aviation as G-ANLI (registered Jan 11, 1954, registration cancelled Feb 19, 1954)
				then to Aigle-Azure Extreme-Orient asF-OAPB, then to Air Lingus as EI-AHG, 
				then Feb 18, 1964 to Portugal Soc. Acoriana Transportes Aereos (SATA or 
				Air Acores) as CS-TAE, then Nov 28, 1975 to N47028.  To Colombia's
				LANSA (Lineas Aereas Nacionales S.A.) as HR-LAL, to private user in
				Honduras as HR-AMJ, then in 2003 to El Sol de America CA of Maiquetia, 
				Venezuela as YV-911C.  Reported still active in 2005.
			76430 (c/n 16014/32762) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  converted to TC-47D
			76431 (c/n 16015/32763) to RAF as Dakota IV KN388 Mar 1945.  Listed as having
				crashed of O-shima Isl, Japan Jul 27, 1950. 25 of 26 onboard killed.
				However, RAF record card says that the plane was transferred to
				Military Aircraft Assistance Group Aug 6, 1954.
			76432 (c/n 16016/32764) to Philippine AF
			76433 (c/n 16017/32765) 
			76434 (c/n 16018/32766)
			76435 (c/n 16019/32767)
			76436 (c/n 16020/32768)
			76437 (c/n 16021/32769) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Aug 1946.
			76438 (c/n 16022/32770)
			76439 (c/n 16023/32771) converted to C-47D Aug 1948.  Crashed Jul 28, 1950
			76440 (c/n 16024/32772)
			76441 (c/n 16025/32773)
			76442 (c/n 16026/32774) 
			76443 (c/n 16027/32775) crashed Jan 27, 1948 on Cheval Blanc Mountain, southern France.  12 killed.
			76444 (c/n 16028/32776) to civil registry as N86446, to Spanish AF as T.3-46.  To civil registry as 
				G-BHUD, N2619M.
			76445 (c/n 16029/32777)
			76446 (c/n 16030/32778) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  Converted to C-47D, then to TC-47D
				To PK-JDG with Zamrud Aviation, Indonesia
			76447 (c/n 16031/32779) to US civil registry as N86445.  To Spanish AF as T.3-38.  Damaged by electrical failure at
				Cabo Bojador, Western Sahara May 15, 1963.
			76448 (c/n 16032/32780) reregistered to FAC HC-AUQ.  This plane spent some time in Jun 1945 in transport school in Brazil
			76449 (c/n 16033/32781) delivered as C-47B-27-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76450 (c/n 16034/32782) to French AF
			76451 (c/n 16035/32783) 
			76452 (c/n 16036/32784)
			76453 (c/n 16037/32785) by 1954 was PP-AVV of Empresa de Transportes
				Aerovias Brasil S.A.
			76454 (c/n 16038/32786)
			76455 (c/n 16039/32787)
			76456 (c/n 16040/32788)
			76457 (c/n 16041/32789) in 1987 preserved at Military Equipment Museum, Stout Field,
				Indianapolis, IN although nominally on charge of USAFM.  Reported fall 2003 at 
				Historic Aircraft Restoration Project, Floyd Bennett Field, NY
			76458 (c/n 16042/32790) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 50839.
			76459 (c/n 16043/32791) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39096.
			76460 (c/n 16044/32792)
			76461 (c/n 16045/32793) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39097.
			76462 (c/n 16046/32794) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39098.  Now at Pope AFB, NC.
			76463 (c/n 16047/32795) to US Navy as R4D-6 BuNo 39099
			76464 (c/n 16048/32796) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39100
			76465 (c/n 16049/32797) to USSR Mar 1945
			76466 (c/n 16050/32798) to USSR Mar 1945
			76467 (c/n 16051/32799) to USSR Mar 1945
			76468 (c/n 16052/32800) to USSR Mar 1945.
			76469 (c/n 16053/32801) to USSR Mar 1945
			76470 (c/n 16054/32802) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39101.
			76471 (c/n 16055/32803) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
				under Lend-Lease Mar 16, 1945.
			76472 (c/n 16056/32804) to USSR Mar 1945
			76473 (c/n 16057/32805) to USSR Mar 1945
			76474 (c/n 16058/32806) to USSR Mar 1945
			76475 (c/n 16059/32807) to USSR Apr 1945
			76476 (c/n 16060/32808) to USSR Apr 1945
			76477 (c/n 16061/32809) to RAF as Dakota IV KN389 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76478 (c/n 16062/32810) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39102
			76479 (c/n 16063/32811) to RAF as Dakota IV KN390 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76480 (c/n 16064/32812) to RAF as Dakota IV KN391 Mar 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 5, 1950 as KP31
				then K31 (call sign OT-CNR).  SOC Oct 19, 1971
			76481 (c/n 16065/32813) to RAF as Dakota IV KN392 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950. To RCAF Nov 1951.  Renumbered 12917 in 1970.
				To civil registry as CF-BKX.  
			76482 (c/n 16066/32814) to RAF as Dakota IV KN393 Mar 1945.  Transferred to Military
				Aircraft Assistance Group Feb 16, 1955.  Back to USAF Feb 1956, to Luftwaffe
				as GA+I LTG-61, GR+114., 
			76483 (c/n 16067/32815) to RAF as Dakota IV KN394 Mar 1945.  SOC Jan 12, 1950.
			76484 (c/n 16068/32816) to RAF as Dakota IV KN395 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jun 22, 1953.
			76485 (c/n 16069/32817) to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC) 
				under Lend-Lease Mar 22, 1945.  Became XT-81, then N8353C.
			76486 (c/n 16070/32818) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39103. 
			76487 (c/n 16071/32819) to RAF as Dakota IV KN396 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76488 (c/n 16072/32820) to RAF as Dakota IV KN397 Mar 1945.  Then registered G-AMSV
				May 15, 1952.  At one time was to have become F-BSGV, but NTU.  Noted
				Dec 2005 under restoration at Coventry AP, England.  Registration G-AMSV
				still current as of Aug 2, 2006 but certificate of airworthiness
				expired Aug 13, 2003.  Registration G-AMSV cancelled Feb 6, 2007
				on sale to owner in USA.  Redistered Feb 12, 2008 to DC3 Holdings
				Inc as N347DK.  Noted still in open storage at Coventry, UK
				Aug 9, 2008.
			76489 (c/n 16073/32821) to RAF as Dakota IV KN398 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Greek AF Mar 27, 1947.
			76490 (c/n 16074/32822) to RAF as Dakota IV KN399 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Aug 21, 1947.  To Ste Aeronautique de Transport 
				Alpes Provence May 1948 as F-BEIM.  Later to STAEO as F-BEIM.  To
				Air VietNam as F-VNBM, reregistere as XV-NID.  W/o Nov 10, 1962
				when crashed into mountain 12 mi from DaNang airport.  27 killed.
			76491 (c/n 16075/32823) to RAF as Dakota IV KN400 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAF Jul 5, 1948.
			76492 (c/n 16076/32824) to RAF as Dakota IV KN401 Mar 1945.  SOC Feb 4, 1948
			76493 (c/n 16077/32825) to RAF as Dakota IV KN402 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1959.
				By 1955 was VP-KJP of East African Airways, Corp.  To5Y-AAd, then 9J-RGY.  To South African AF
				as 6874 (20). Registered N81952 for later turboprop conversion.
				Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
			76494 (c/n 16078/32826) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76495 (c/n 16079/32827) to RAF as Dakota IV KN403 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Goruop May 27, 1953.
			76496 (c/n 16080/32828) to RAF as Dakota IV KN404 Mar 1945.  Sold Jan 11, 1950.
				Registered G-ALXK Jan 17, 1950.  Certificate of airworthiness
				expired May 21, 1967 and registration cancelled Nov 14, 1969 as
				withdrawn from use.  Aircraft parked at Lasham and subsequently
				broken up.
			76497 (c/n 16081/32829) to RAF as Dakota IV KN405 Mar 1945.  SOC Jul 14, 1950
			76498 (c/n 16082/32830) to RAF as Dakota IV KN406 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Apr 8, 1953.
			76499 (c/n 16083/32831) to RAF as Dakota IV KN407 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Jan 29, 1948.  Then to French AF, then to SMCA-Air Maroc May 1948 as F-BEIN.
			76500 (c/n 16084/32832) to RAF as Dakota IV KN408 Mar 1945. Transferred to
				Military Aircraft Assistance Group May 27, 1953.
			76501 (c/n 16085/32833) to RAF as Dakota IV KN409 Mar 1945.  Flew into sea
				4 mi W of Irvine, Scotland while descending through cloud during
				ferry flight Mar 28, 1945.
			76502 (c/n 16086/32834) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK.  To French AF, seeing service in Indochina, 
				then to South Vietnamese AF. Returned to USA Oct 19, 1968, assigned to USAFM and stored at
				AMARC.  Now at McChord Air Museum, WA although still nominally on charge of USAFM.
			76503 (c/n 16087/32835) to RAF as Dakota IV KN410 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Aircrart Assistance Group Apr 21, 1953.
			76504 (c/n 16088/32836) to RAF as Dakota IV KN411 Mar 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1946
			76505 (c/n 16089/32837) to RAF as Dakota IV N412 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF May 7, 1947
			76506 (c/n 16090/32838) to RAF as Dakota IV KN413 Mar 1945.  Flew into
				high ground after abandoning instrument approach to 
				Gardermoen, Norway Dec 18, 1945.
			76507 (c/n 16091/32839) to RAF as Dakota IV KN414 Mar 1945.  Crashed 2 mi
				WNWof Kai Tak when control was lost after takeoff Sep 25, 1946, Hong Kong.  19 lost.
			76508 (c/n 16092/32840) to RAF as Dakota IV KN415 Mar 1945.  To William Dempster
				as G-AMSS, to Dan-Air London as G-AMSS, to Air Service Co (Iran)
				as EP-AIQ, derelict.
			76509 (c/n 16093/32841) to RAF as Dakota IV KN416 Mar 1945.  DBR in ground accident at Oakington, UK
				Apr 6, 1948 when struck while parked by Dakota KN382 (44-76424)
			76510 (c/n 16094/32842) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76511 (c/n 16095/38243) to RAF as Dakota IV KN417 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.  Then became CF-GBH,
				then RCAF 10916, then N6677, then CF-CTA, then C-FCTA, then N142JR.  Registered
				Jun 15, 2006 to TAC Air Services Inc of Gimli MB as CF-FTR.
			76512 (c/n 16096/32844) to RAF as Dakota IV KN418 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJQ
				of East African Airways Corp.  Registered 5Y-AAE then ZS-OJE
			76513 (c/n 16097/32845) to RAF as Dakota IV KN419 Mar 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJR
				of East African Airways Corp.  Registered to 5X-AAQ to 5Y-BBn and w/o Feb 1992 by Air Kenya
			76514 (c/n 16098/32846) to RAF as Dakota IV KN420 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947.  By 1955 was AP-AGG of Pakistan International Airlines
			76515 (c/n 16099/32847) delivered to China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC)
				under Lend-Lease Mar 29, 1945.  Became XT-52, then N8351C.
				To civil registry as N4883V
			76516 (c/n 16100/32848) to RAF as Dakota IV KN421 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Jul 17, 1947
			76517 (c/n 16101/32849) to RAF as Dakota IV KN422.  Returned to USAAF
				Feb 27, 1947.  To Royal Thai AF as L2-8/90.  
				In RTAF Museum, Don Muang.
			76518 (c/n 16102/32850) delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
			76519 (c/n 16103/32851) to RAF as Dakota IV KN423 Mar 1945.  Engine caught
				fire in flight May 20, 1948.  Landed safely but SOC as DBR.
			76520 (c/n 16104/32852) to RAF as Dakota IV KN424 Mar 1945.  DBR Oct 20, 1948 at
				Lubeck, West Germany when tipped up while taxying in gusty conditions
			76521 (c/n 16105/32853) to RAF as Dakota IV KN425 Mar 1945.  SOC Oct 29, 1948
			76522 (c/n 16106/32854) to RAF as Dakota IV KN426 Mar 1945.  Bellylanded on
				fire Jan 10, 1948 25 mi NW of Cairo after engine exploded and fell off.
			76523 (c/n 16107/32855) to RAF as Dakota IV KN427.  TO RCAF Apr 8, 1946.
				Renumbered 12921 in 1970.
			76524 delivered as TC-47B-25-DK
44-76525/76854	Douglas C-47B-30-DK Skytrain
			c/n 32857/33186
			76680,76686,76691,76696,76700,76705,76711,76716,76722,76729,76734,76739,
				76744,76748,76753,76758,76763,76768,76773,76778,76789,76794,76801,66812,76823,76828,76838,76848,76854
				completed as TC-47B-30-DK
			76525 (c/n 16109/32857) to RAF as Dakota IV KN428 Feb 1945.  SOC Feb 17, 1950
			76526 (c/n 16110/32858) to RAF as Dakota IV KN429 Mar 1945.  Engine caught fire
				onl landing at Elmas Aut 20, 1945, not repaired.
			76527 (c/n 16111/32859) to RAF as Dakota IV KN430 Mar 1945.  Wrecked when swung
				on takeoff and struck parked aircraft, Kai Tak Aug 1, 1946
			76528 (c/n 16112/32860) to RAF as Dakota IV KN431 Mar 1945.  SOC Mar 31, 1953.
			76529 (c/n 16113/32861) to RAF as Dakota IV KN432 Mar 1945.  Destroyed by fire
				when undershot during night landing and struck bank Nov 30, 1945, Almaza, Egypt
			76530 (c/n 16114/32862) to RAF as Dakota IV KN433 Mar 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1950
			76531 (c/n 16115/32863) to RAF as Dakota IV KN434 Mar 1945.  Sold Mar 1, 1961.
				Became PI-489.
			76532 (c/n 16116/32864) to RAF as Dakota IV KN435 Mar 1945.  DBR when overshot
				emergency landing Oct 8, 1949, Castel Benito, Libya
			76533 (c/n 16117/32865) to RAF as Dakota IV KN436 Mar 1945.  To RCAF Jul 4, 1946.  Reserialed 12922 Jun 1970.
			76534 (c/n 16118/32866) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.
			76535 (c/n 16119/32867) to RAF as Dakota IV KN437 May 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947.  To Pakistan AF, then G-AOZI, N9848F,
				N5000C, N5050, D-CORA, G-41-3-67 (a British Class B registration), SAFAF 201
			76536 (c/n 16120/32868) to RAF as Dakota IV KN438 Mar 1945.  DBR when
				forcelanded on abandoned airffield Nov 12, 1952, Merowe, Sudan following
				engine failure
			76537 (c/n 16121/32869) to RAF as Dakota IV KN439 Mar 1945.  Crashed at Utersen, Germany Dec 20, 1947
				when control was lost after engine fialed during approach in bad weather.
			76538 (c/n 16122/32870) to RAF as Dakota IV KN440.  Accident Oct 7, 1948, SOC Oct 14, 1948.
			76539 (c/n 16123/32871) to RAF as Dakota IV KN441 Mar 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950. To RCAF as Dakota IV 10914
			76540 (c/n 16124/32872) to RAF as Dakota IV KN442 Mar 1945. Civilianised as G-AMPZ; became OD-AEQ, then G-AMPZ, then 
				PH-RIC (ntu), then G-41-3-66 (a British Class B registration), then TF-AIV, then G-AMPZ, then EI-BDT, then 
				G-AMPZ. Registration D-CXXX has now been reserved for Air Service Berlin CFH 
				GmbH of Berlin-Tempelhof, Germany.  Noted Mar 2006 with Air Service Berlin as D-CXXX
				"Rosinenbomber" (Candy Bomber)
			76541 (c/n 16125/32873) to RAF as Dakota IV KN443 Mar 1945.  To RCAF as Dakota IV KN443 Apr 8, 1946.  Renumbered as 12923 in 1970.
			76542 (c/n 16126/32874) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to AC-47D.
				Destroyed in landing accident at Binh Thuy, Vietnam Feb 18, 1967.
			76543 (c/n 16127/32875) to RAAF as A65-83.  Missing Oct 20, 1945 in flight from Ambon to Darwin.
			76544 (c/n 16128/32876) to RAAF as A65-87.  Damaged beyond repair Oct 1959.  Scrapped Apr 10, 1962.
			76545 (c/n 16129/32877) to RAAF as A65-84 (VH-RFA) Apr 1945.  To Papua New Guinea DF Aug 1975 as P2-002
			76546 (c/n 16130/32878) to RAAF as A65-85 (VH-RFB).  To civilian registry as N16130, PK-JDB, PK-JDB.
			76547 (c/n 16131/32879) to RAAF as A65-86.  Now VH-NVD in RAN Museum.
			76548 (c/n 16132/32880) to RAAF as A65-88 Apr 8, 1945.  To VH-AIX Nov 29, 1971.  To Cambodian AF Nov 30, 1971.
				W/o Jan 18, 1974 at Kg. Chanang, Cambodia.
			76549 (c/n 16133/32881) to RAAF as A65-89(VH-RFF).  Crashed Nov 29, 1958, while being flown by a untrained pilot.  
			76550 (c/n 16134/32882) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76551 (c/n 16135/32883)to RAAF as A65-90 (VHREG) and to RAN as N2-90 (VMNSK).  Currently 
				flying with RAN Historic Flight as N2-90 and civil registration VH-NVZ.
			76552 (c/n 16136/32884) to RAAF as A65-91 (VH-RFH, then VM-JFB, then VM-JRH).  To
				Australian civil registry as VH-TMQ Dec 1, 1987.  Believed still flying.
			76553 (c/n 16137/32885) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to TC-47D
			76554 (c/n 16138/32886) delivered to China under Lend-Lease Mar 30, 1945.
			76555 (c/n 16139/32887) to RAAF as A65-92 (VH-RFI).  Crashed Jan 23, 1961 in PNG jungle.
			76556 (c/n 16140/32888) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
			76557 (/cn 16141/32889) To L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) reg 476557, for service in French Indo China. 
				May 4, 1947 written off (DBR) at Saigon-Tan Son Nhut Airport (SGN) Vietnam, French Indo China.
			76558 (c/n 16142/32890) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to TC-47D.  To South Vietnam
				AF, to Cambodian AF May 24, 1973, later to Philippine AF as 476558 in 1975.  Derelict at Nichols AB in 1980.
				Later at Villamoor AB, Philippines
			76559 (c/n 16143/32891) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
			76560 (c/n 16144/32892) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force)  
			76561 (c/n 16145/32893) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
			76562 (c/n 16146/32894) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
			76563 (c/n 16147/32895) to RNZAF as NZ3535.  To civil registry as ZK-AOZ, 5W-FAA
			76564 (c/n 16148/32896) to RNZAF as NZ3540.  
			76565 (c/n 16149/32897) to RNZAF as NZ3538.
			76566 (c/n 16150/32898) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Noted Spring 1963 with Air International Inc at 
				Miami IAP, FL for depot-level maintenance prior to disposal under MAP, so presumably subsequently went to a 
				friendly foreign AF
			76567 (c/n 16151/32899) to RNZAF as NZ3539.  Then to NZNAC as ZK-AOF.  Leased to Fiji Airways Jun 1969
				as VP-FBJ and on Fijian independence reregistered as DQ-FBJ
			76568 (c/n 16152/32900) to USSR Apr 1945
			76569 (c/n 16153/32901) to USSR Apr 1945
			76570 (c/n 16154/32902) to USSR Apr 1945
			76571 (c/n 16155/32903) to USSR Apr 1945
			76572 (c/n 16156/32904) to USSR Apr 1945
			76573 (c/n 16157/32905) to USSR Apr 1945
			76574 (c/n 16158/32906) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  Crashed near Saigon, SVN Nov 26, 1966.  25 killed.
			76575 (c/n 16159/32907) to USSR Apr 1945
			76576 (c/n 16160/32908) to USSR Apr 1945
			76577 (c/n 16161/32909) to USSR Apr 1945
			76578 (c/n 16162/32910) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76579 (c/n 16163/32911) to USSR Apr 1945
			76580 (c/n 16164/32912) to RAF as Dakota IV KN444 Mar 1945. Bellylanded at Coulsdon, UK when
				lost power after takeoff Dec 17, 1945.
			76581 (c/n 16165/32913) to RAF as Dakota IV KN445 Mar 1945.  SOC Nov 12, 1948 
			76582 (c/n 16166/32914) delivered as TC-47D-30-DK to USAAC Mar 27, 1945.  Remained
				in USAF inventory until Nov 1966. Converted to VC-47D.  To US Atomic Energy Commision
				as N710Z.  Now on display at Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS (Oct 2006)
			76583 (c/n 16167/32915) to China under Lend-Lease Apr 3, 1945.
			76584 (c/n 16168/32916) to RAF as Dakota IV KN446 Mar 1945.  SOC Feb 6, 1956
			76585 (c/n 16169/32917) to RAF as Dakota IV KN447 Mar 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1947.
				RAF record card says that maintenance serial 9229M was allocated
				but NTU, but this may be incorrect.
			76586 (c/n 16170/32918) to RAF as Dakota IV KN448 Mar 1945.  Transferred to RCAF 
				Apr 8, 1946.  Nose section noted
				at Science Museum, South Kensington, London Mar 2004
			76587 (c/n 16171/32919) to RAF as Dakota IV KN449 Mar 1945.  To civilian registry as G-AMSW.  Crashed on Mt Canigou, near
				Perpignan, France due to a navigational aerror Oct 7, 1961 while being used by Derby Aviation.
				All 34 on board killed.
			76588 (c/n 16172/32920) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76589 (c/n 16173/32921) to RAF as Dakota IV KN450 Mar 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950.
			76590 (c/n 16174/32922) to RAF as Dakota IV KN451 Mar 1945.  To RCAF as Dakota IVM KN451
				Apr 7, 1946.  Preserved in Ottawa
			76591 (c/n 16175/32923) to RAF as Dakota IV KN452 Mar 1945.  To civil registry as G-AXJU Jul 1969.  To Kenya Police
				as 5Y-AKB, to Aero Service Corp as N62303 Dec 1974.
			76592 (c/n 16176/32924) to RAF as Dakota IV KN453 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Aircraft Assistance Group Jul 15, 1953.
			76593 (c/n 16177/32925) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to AC-47
			76594 (c/n 16178/32926) to RAF as Dakota IV KN454 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Oct 1,1948
			76595 (c/n 16179/32927) to RAF as Dakota IV KN455 Apr 1945.  Missing at
				unspecified date, found crashed near Sumsen, Burma Jun 23, 1945.
			76596 (c/n 16180/32928) to RAF as Dakota IV KN456 Apr 1945.  SOC Nov 9, 1948.
			76597 (c/n 16181/32929) to RAF as Dakota IV KN457 Apr 1945.  Spun into ground near Akyab Jul 13, 1945.
			76598 (c/n 16182/32930) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To AC-47A
			76599 (c/n 16183/32931) to RAF as Dakota IV KN458 Apr 1945.  SOC Mar 21, 1950.
			76600 (c/n 16184/32932) to RAF as Dakota IV KN459 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
			76601 (c/n 16185/32933) to RAF as Dakota IV KN460 Mar 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76602 (c/n 16186/32934) to RAF as Dakota IV KN461 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Hindstand Aircraft, Leased
				to Jamair as VT-DTG.  W/o May 15, 1954 at Saugaon, West Bengal, India
				when the pilot landed long and retracted the undercarriage to stop
				the aircraft.
			76603 (c/n 16187/32935) to RAF as Dakota IV KN462 Apr 1945.  Registered G-AMPT
				Mar 4, 1952.  Registration cancelled May 14, 1953 on sale to Central African Airways with Rhodesian 
				civil registry as VP-YKM "Angoni".  Later became 7Q-YKM with Malawi civil regiatry, then ZS-EYO with
				South African registry, then F-ODQL.  Registration D-CDST reserved but NTU, remained F-ODQL. Then became 
				F-GILV, then N48ME, then 3C-JJN with Equatorial Guinea civl registry, then T9-ABC with Bosnia/Herzegovina civl
				registry.
			76604 (c/n 16188/32936) to RAF as Dakota IV KN463 Apr 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Apr 24, 1947.
			76605 (c/n 16189/32937) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN464 but was diverted to
				SAAF as 6855, no RAF service
			76606 (c/n 16190/32938) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  W/o at Binh Thuy
				Sep 5, 1969
			76607 (c/n 16191/32939) to RAF as Dakota IV KN465 May 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 13, 1946.  By 1955 was HB-IRM of Swissair.
			76608 (c/n 16192/32940) to RAF as Dakota IV KN466 May 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76609 (c/n 16193/32941) to RAF as Dakota IV KN467 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954.  Returned to USAF 1954
			76610 (c/n 16194/32942) to RAF as Dakota IV KN468 Mar 1945.  Crashed due to
				engine fire 2 mi E of Dinawa, Burma Jun 13, 1945
			76611 (c/n 16195/32943) to RAF as Dakota IV KN469 Mar 1945.  To G-AMYV, used by
				on troop ferrying contract and given temporary "trooping" serial of XF523,
				then G-AMYV, G-41-4-67 (a British Class B registration), South Arabian Federation
				AF as serial 204
			76612 (c/n 16196/32944) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76613 (c/n 16197/32945) to RAF as Dakota IV KN470 Mar 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947.   To Pakistan AF
				as H-717, then registered G-ANMA Jan 11, 1954.  Registration
				cancelled Feb 18, 1954 on sale to MacRobertson Miller
				Aviation Co Ltd as VH-mml.  Now flying in Australia as VH-BPN
			76614 (c/n 16198/32946) to RAF as Dakota IV KN471 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to SAAF as 6863 Sep 27, 1945, then handed back to RAF and returned
				to USAAF May 13, 1947.
			76615 (c/n 16199/32947) delivered to China under Lend-Lease Apr 8, 1945. 
			76616 (c/n 16200/32948) to RAF as Dakota IV KN472 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to SAAF as 6868 Oct 8, 1945.
			76617 (c/n 16201/32949) to RAF as Dakota IV KN473 Mar 1945.  SOC Jun 26, 1950
			76618 (c/n 16202/32950) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to C-47D Jul 1947, to TC-47D Oct 1947.
			76619 (c/n 16203/32951) to RAF as Dakota IV KN474 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
				SAAF as 6878 Sep 28, 1945.
			76620 (c/n 16204/32952) to RAF as Dakota IV KN475 Mar 1945.  Transferred
				to Greek AF Aug 3, 1949
			76621 (c/n 16205/32953) to RAF as Dakota IV KN476 Mar 1945.  SOC Jan 19, 1950.
			76622 (c/n 16206/32954) to RAF as Dakota IV KN477 Mar 1945.  Sold Apr 24, 1952,
				registered G-AMSK same day.  Carried out trooping work using
				temporary RAF serial of XF769.  Registration cancelled Aug 1955
				on sale as VP-YNH
			76623 (c/n 16207/32955) to RAF as Dakota IV KN478 Mar 1945.  Sold Apr 24, 1952,
				registered G-AMST Apr 29, 1952.  Registration cancelled Sep 30, 1952
				on sale as VP-KKI
			76624 (c/n 16208/32956) to RAF as Dakota IV KN479 Mar 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
			76625 (c/n 16209/32957) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to AC-47.
				to Royal Laotian AF
			76626 (c/n 16210/32958) to RAF as Dakota IV KN480 Apr 1945.  SOC Sep 18, 1950.
				Later to South Vietnam AF
			76627 (c/n 16211/32959) to RAF as Dakota IV KN481 Apr 1945.  SOC Jul 8, 1948
			76628 (c/n 16212/32960) to RAF as Dakota IV KN482 Mar 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954
			76629 (c/n 16213/32961) to RAF as Dakota IV KN483 Apr 1945.  Transferred
				to SAAF as 6881 Oct 6, 1945.  Became ZS-DIV
			76630 (c/n 16214/32962) to RAF as Dakota IV KN484 Apr 1945.  SOC May 25, 1948
			76631 (c/n 16215/32963) to RAF as Dakota IV KN485 Apr 1945.  SOC Sep 5, 1950.
			76632 (c/n 16216/32964) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  to Cambodia AF Apr 27, 1973.  To Philippine AF as 476632 Jun 1975
			76633 (c/n 16217/32965) to RAF as Dakota IV KN486 Apr 1945.  SOC Jul 25, 1950
			76634 (c/n 16218/32966) to RAF as Dakota IV KN487 Mar 1945.  RAF record card says
				sold as scrap Jan 17, 1950.  Must have been rebuilt.  Became G-AMCA Jun 1, 1950.
				Registration cancelled Oct 16, 2003.  Noted 2005 preserved at Aviodrome
				Museum, Lelystad AP, Holland painted in prewar KLM colors as PH-ALR.
			76635 (c/n 16219/32967) to RAF as Dakota IV KN488 Apr 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group May 27, 1953.
			76636 (c/n 16220/32968)
			76637 (c/n 16221/32969)   
			76638 (c/n 16222/32970) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To Thailand or South Vietnam AF.
			76639 (c/n 16223/32971) 
			76640 (c/n 16224/32972) 
			76641 (c/n 16225/32973) 
			76642 (c/n 16226/32974) to RFC Sep 17, 1945.  on civil registry as N4039S
			76643 (c/n 16227/32975) converted to to AC-47A.  Destroyed Feb 20, 1968 at Tan Son Nhut AB, Saigon by shellfire.
			76644 (c/n 16228/32976) to Laotian AF
			76645 (c/n 16229/32977) delivered at TC-47B-30-DK
			76646 (c/n 16230/32978) 
			76647 (c/n 16231/32979) to Saudi Arabian Airlines as HC-AAK.  Crashed Jul 10, 1972 Tabouk Airport
			76648 (c/n 16232/32980) 
			76649 (c/n 16233/32981) 
			76650 (c/n 16234/32982) converted to VC-47D.  On display at People's Liberation Army Air Force Museum,
				Xiaotanzhanzen, Beiging in Oct 2010.
			76651 (c/n 16235/32983) 
			76652 (c/n 16236/32984) completed as TC-47B-30-DK. Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 
				29) and to Colombian AF as FAC 1659.
			76653 (c/n 16237/32985) 
			76654 (c/n 16238/32986)
			76655 (c/n 16239/32987)
			76656 (c/n 16240/32998) 
			76657 (c/n 16241/32989) converted to VC-47D.  To Khymer AF Sep 16, 1973
			76658 (c/n 16242/32990) delivered at TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to TC-47D Jul 1946
			76659 (c/n 16243/32991) by 1951 was VR-HDA of Cathay Pacific Airlines .  To B-1409 to XW-PAD then XW-TAE
			76660 (c/n 16244/32992)
			76661 (c/n 16245/32993)
			76662 (c/n 16246/32994)
			76663 (c/n 16247/32995) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76664 (c/n 16248/32996) 
			76665 (c/n 16249/32997)
			76666 (c/n 16250/32998)
			76667 (c/n 16251/32999)
			76668 (c/n 16252/33000) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To Vietnam AF
			76669 (c/n 16253/33001)
			76670 (c/n 16254/33002)
			76671 (c/n 16255/33003) converted to VC-47D.  To Lackland Air Museum, TX Oct 1973 to Oct 1979
			76672 (c/n 16256/33004) to USSR Apr 1945
			76673 (c/n 16257/33005) to RAF as Dakota IV KN489 Apr 1945.  Relegated
				to ground instructional airframe with serial 6345M Jun 2, 1947.
				Presumably subsequently scrapped
			76674 (c/n 16258/33006) to RAF as Dakota IV KN490 Apr 1945.   SOC Jul 28, 1950
			76675 (c/n 16259/33007) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76676 (c/n 16260/33008) to USSR Apr 1945
			76677 (c/n 16261/33009) to RAF as Dakota IV KN491 Apr 1945.  Crashed and destroyed
				by fire after striking trees while on approach Jan 24, 1949,
				Lubeck, West Germany.  24 lost
			76678 (c/n 16262/33010) to RAF as Dakota IV KN492 Apr 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMWW then EI-ARP,
				back to G-AMWW.  Registration N3102Q reserved but NTU.  Became N2685W.  Noted on Basler 
				'production' line July 2002 undergoing conversion to BT067 (Basler conversion 
				no 42).  After being converted for Royal Thai AF, it is believed to have assumed
				the identity of 45-1079 (c/n 34349)
			76679 (c/n 16263/33011) to USSR Apr 1945
			76680 (c/n 16264/33012) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to VC-47D
			76681 (c/n 16265/33013) to RAF as Dakota IV KN493 Apr 1945.  Crashed at East
				Hendred Oct 22, 1951.
			76682 (c/n 16266/33014) to RAF as Dakota IV KN494 Apr 1945.  Sold for
				spares Aug 13, 1953
			76683 (c/n 16267/33015) to USSR May 1945
			76684 (c/n 16268/33016) to RAF as Dakota IV KN495 Apr 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
			76685 (c/n 16269/33017) to USSR Apr 1945
			76686 (c/n 16270/33018) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76687 (c/n 16271/33019) to RAF as Dakota IV KN496 Apr 1945.  DBR when bellylanded
				after striking hut on approach Jan 29, 1946 at Takoradi, Gold Coast
			76688 (c/n 16272/33020) to RAF as Dakota IV KN497 Apr 1945.  Sold Mar 31, 1953.
				Registered G-AMYW Apr 1,1953.  DBR 80 mi SW of Hail, Saudi Arabia
				Apr 8, 1967
			76689 (c/n 16273/33021) to RAF as Dakota IV KN498 Apr 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Oct 22, 1954.
			76690 (c/n 16274/33022) to USSR Apr 1945
			76691 (c/n 16275/33023) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Converted to GC-47D.
			76692 (c/n 16276/33024) to RAF as Dakota IV KN499 Apr 1945. Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 9, 1954
			76693 (c/n 16277/33025) to RAF as Dakota IV KN500 Apr 1945.  Crashed 7 mi
				S of Le Mans after entering cloud Jan 30, 1946.
			76694 (c/n 16278/33026) to USSR May 1945
			76695 (c/n 16279/33027) to RAF as Dakota IV KN501 Jun 1945.  DBR when
				overshot landing, ran into ditch, and undercarriage
				collapsed May 29, 1946 KemaJoran, Batavia, Java
			76696 (c/n 16280/33028) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.
			76697 (c/n 16281/33029) to USSR Apr 1945
			76698 (c/n 16282/33030) to RAF as Dakota IV KN502 May 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
			76699 (c/n 16283/33031) to RAF as Dakota IV KN503 May 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF May 9, 1947.  To Israel AF as 042.  Retired in 2001 to IDFAF Museum at
				Hatzerim.
			76700 (c/n 16285/33032) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  On civil registry as N1350A.  Then to Spanish civil registry as
				EC-ASH.  To Spanish AF as T.3-66 Apr 1966.
			76701 (c/n 16286/33033) to USSR Apr 1945
			76702 (c/n 16287/33035) to RAF as Dakota IV KN504 May 1945.  SOC Nov 25, 1948
			76703 (c/n 16288/33036) to RAF as Dakota IV KN505 May 1945.  SOC Jul 26, 1945
			76704 (c/n 16288/33036) to USSR Apr 1945
			76705 (c/n 16289/33037) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US civil registry as N73858.  To Spanish AF as T.3-52
			76706 (c/n 16290/33038) to RAF as Dakota IV KN506 Apr 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 9, 1954.
			76707 (c/n 16291/33039) to RAF as Dakota IV KN507 Apr 1945.  SOC Aug 6, 1948
			76708 (c/n 16292/33040) to USSR Apr 1945
			76709 (c/n 16293/33041) to RAF as Dakota IV KN508 Apr 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 13, 1953
			76710 (c/n 16294/33042) to RAF as Dakota IV KN509 Apr 1945.  Sold Mar 31, 1953,
				registered G-AMYX Apr 1, 1953.  Carried out trooping work using
				temporary RAF serial XF619.  Registration cancelled Jul 8, 1966 on
				sale as EI-APJ, which registration was in turn cancelled Sep 1967
				on sale as N3102Q. As 5N-ARA of Arax Airlines in 1981 was DBR in accident at Lagos Airport
				and subsequently reduced to spares.
			76711 (c/n 16295/33043) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76712 (c/n 16296/33044) to USSR Apr 1945
			76713 (c/n 16297/33045) to RAF as Dakota IV KN510 Apr 1945.  Wrecked when
				stalled on takeoff, sank back and undercarriage collapsed,
				Elmas Aug 29, 1945.
			76714 (c/n 16298/33046) to RAF as Dakota IV KN511.  To RCAF Apr 1, 1946.  Renumbered 12926 in 1970.  Converted to
				Basler BT-67 Turbo-67 and registered as N707BA with US Department of State.
			76715 (c/n 16299/33047) to USSR Apr 1945.  To Aeroflot as CCCP-L-1011.
			76716 (c/n 16300/33048) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  Modified to TC-47D in 1946.  Dropped from 
				USAF inventory in Aug 1970.  Purchased by 
				Yankee Air Force, Willow Run, MI and restored to flying condition as N8704.
			76717 (c/n 16301/33049) to RAF as Dakota IV KN512 Apr 1945.  To Belgian AF Jan 5, 1950 as
				K29 (call sign OT-CNP), then to French AF.  To US civil registry as N15SJ.
				Now on display at American Airpower Museum, Long Island, NY.
			76718 (c/n 16302/33050) to RAF as Dakota IV KN513 Apr 1945.  Soc Oct 7, 1948.
			76719 (c/n 16303/33051) to USSR Apr 1945
			76720 (c/n 16304/33052) to RAF as Dakota IV KN514 Apr 1945 .  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 2, 1954.  Served with West German AF as 14+04.  Registered as N893 in
				1977 to ATC Incorporated, Reno, Nevada and noted as operating in Malta May 1981 with Arax Airlines.
				Registered as N515GL and cancelled Jun 6, 1988.
			76721 (c/n 16305/33053) to RAF as Dakota IV KN515.  Transferred to Military
				Assistance Advisory Group Mar 31, 1953.  To French AF as 721.  To civilian registry as N177DM, then N72BF, then
				N200AN.  Converted to turboprop power as Basler 67 (conversion number 1), to Enterprise 
				Air Inc of Oshawa, ON as C-GEAI.
			76722 (c/n 16306/33054) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  converted to AC-47D
			76723 (c/n 16307/33055) to USSR May 1945
			76724 (c/n 16308/33056) to RAF as Dakota IV KN516 Apr 1945.  SOC Jun 16, 1950.
			76725 (c/n 16309/33057) to RAF as Dakota IV KN517 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group May 5, 1953.
			76726 (c/n 16310/33058) to RAF as Dakota IV KN518 May 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group May 4, 1953. To French AF as 76726 (used various
				call signs F-RAZX, F-RAZE, F-RA0Y, F-RAKL, and F-UIHS).  To Aeronavale as 726.
				To Hemet Exploaration as F-GEOB.  To Spain and ARM Palfe as EC-220, on lease
				purchase registered as EC-EQH.  Crashed on takeoff Jan 4, 1991 at Palma de Mallorca
				Airport, Spain when operated by Aero Market (Transporte Aero de Maercania) a part of
				ARM Palfe.  Caused by a fire in right engine.  Presumably not totally
				wrecked when crashed, as reported 1997 WFU at Palma, Majorca.
			76727 (c/n 16311/33059) to USSR Apr 1945
			76728 (c/n 16312/33060) to RAF as Dakota IV KN519 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group May 11, 1953.
			76729 (c/n 16313/33061) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.
			76730 (c/n 16314/33062) to RAF as Dakota IV KN520 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 6, 1953 
			76731 (c/n 16315/33063) to USSR May 1945
			76732 (c/n 16316/33064) to RAF as Dakota IV KN521 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 28, 1954
			76733 (c/n 16317/33065) to RAF as Dakota IV KN522 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Mar 26, 1953
			76734 (c/n 16318/33066) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To Royal Thai AF in 1971.
				WFU by Feb 1894 and stored at Lopburi.
			76735 (c/n 16319/33067) to USSR Apr 1945
			76736 (c/n 16320/33068) to RAF as Dakota IV KN523 Jun 1945.  Tailwheel
				dropped into hole while taxying Oct 12, 1948, Lubeck,
				West Germany.  SOC.
			76737 (c/n 16321/33069) to RAF as Dakota IV KN524 May 1945.  Relegated
				to ground instructional airframe with serial 6348M Jun 3, 1947.
				Presumably subsequently scrapped.
			76738 (c/n 16322/33070) to USSR Apr 1945
			76739 (c/n 16323/33071) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK
			76740 (c/n 16324/33072) to RAF as Dakota IV KN525 May 1945.  To Rhodesian AF as RRAF707, then in 1964 to Zambia
				AF as AF-103.  Last noted derelict at Lusaka in 1995
			76741 (c/n 16325/33073) to RAF as Dakota IV KN526 Aug 1945.  To Royal Indian Air Force.
				W/o Oct 3, 1945 when at Jodhpur, India an engine cut out on takeoff
				resulting with a bad landing.
			76742 (c/n 16326/33074) to USSR Apr 1945
			76743 (c/n 16327/33075) to RAF as Dakota IV KN527 May 1945.  Transferred
				to Greek AF Aug 5, 1949.
			76744 (c/n 16328/33076) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 39105
			76745 (c/n 16329/33077) to USSR Apr 1945
			76746 (c/n 16330/33078) to RAF as Dakota IV KN528 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jun 15, 1953
			76747 (c/n 16331/33079) to RAF as Dakota IV KN529 Apr 1945.  DBR when
				undershot landing and undercarriage collapsed, Miho, Japan Sep 19, 1946.
			76748 (c/n 16332/33080) deliverd as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 39106
			76749 (c/n 16333/33081) to USSR May 1945
			76750 (c/n 16334/33082) to RAF as Dakota IV KN530 Apr 1945. Crashed into sea during
				approach in bad weatheo Jul 24, 1945 off Tachloban, Leyte.
			76751 (c/n 16335/33083) to RAF as Dakota IV KN531 Apr 1945.  Registered G-AMZR
				May 27, 1953.  Registration cancelled May 11, 1954 on sale to
				Sudan Airways as SN-AAJ
			76752 (c/n 16336/33084) to USSR May 1945
			76753 (c/n 16337/33085) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 39107.
			76754 (c/n 16338/33086) to RAF as Dakota IV KN532 Apr 1945.  Broke up and
				crashed south of Myingyan while flying in cloud Sep 5, 1945.
			76755 (c/n 16339/33087) to RAF as Dakota IV KN533 Apr 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
			76756 (c/n 16340/33088) to USSR Apr 1945
			76757 (c/n 16341/33089) to RAF as Dakota IV KN534 Apr 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954
			76758 (c/n 16342/33090) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK Apr 1945.  To US Navy as BuNo 39108.
			76759 (c/n 16343/33091) to USSR Apr 1945
			76760 (c/n 16344/33092) to RAF as Dakota IV KN535 Apr 1945.  SOC Mar 9, 1948
			76761 (c/n 16345/33093) to RAAF as A65-93 (VH-RFJ).  To civilian registry
				as VH-CDC, then to Israel as 4X-AOB in 1961.  To Portuguese AF as FAP 6156 in 1961.
				To Guine-Bissau Air Force in 1974, probably registered as CR-GBO
			76762 (c/n 16346/33094)
			76763 (c/n 16347/33095) to US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99824.
			76764 (c/n 16348/33096) to RAAF as A65-95 (VH-RFL).  Now VH-EAE.  Owned by
				Historical Aircraft Restoration Society.
			76765 (c/n 16349/33097) to RAAF as A65-96 (VH-RFM) May 6, 1945.  To civil registry as 
				VH-AID Oct 25, 1971, then to Cambodia in Nov 5, 1971.  W/o Jan 31, 1974 at Phonm Penh, Cambodia
			76766 (c/n 16350/33098) to USSR Apr 1945
			76767 (c/n 16351/33099) to RAAF as A65-97 (VH-RFN).  To civil registry as
				VH-RRA with CSIRO.  Withdrawn 1978.
			76768 (c/n 16352/33100) to US Navy as BuNo 99825.
			76769 (c/n 16353/33101) to USSR May 1945
			76770 (c/n 16354/33102) to RAAF As A65-98. Still flying in Australia as VH-OVM
			76771 (c/n 16355/33103) to RAAF s A65-99 (VH-RFP).  Crashed Jan 17, 1958,
				Garfield, VIC, rebuilt as VH-PNA.  Scrapped 12/78.
			76772 (c/n 16356/33104) to USSR May 1945
			76773 (c/n 16357/33105) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 99826.
			76774 (c/n 16358/33106) to RAAF as A65-94.  Still flying as VH-EAF. Owned by
				Historical Aircraft Restoration Society.
			76775 (c/n 16359/33107) to RAF as Dakota IV KN536 Apr 1945.  Flew int trees
				and crashed in valley Sep 7, 1949 N of Taiping, Malaya.  3 lost.
			76776 (c/n 16360/33108) to USSR May 1945
			76777 (c/n 16361/33109) to RAAF as A65-100 May 1945 (VH-RFQ).  To Papua New Guinea DF Aug 1975 as P2-001.
			76778 (c/n 16362/33110) to US Navy as BuNo 199827
			76779 (c/n 16363/33111) to USSR Jun 1945
			76780 (c/n 16364/33112) to RAAF as A65-101 (VH-RFR).  To civilian registry as
				N16893, then PK-JDD, then N16893.
			76781 (c/n 16365/33113) to RAAF as A65-102 (VH-RFS).  To civilian registry as VH-PTS.
			76782 (c/n 16366/33114)
			76783 (c/n 16367/33115) to RCAF as Dakota IV 987.  W/o Jan 27, 1949.
			76784 (c/n 16368/33116) to RCAF as Dakota 988.  Renumbered 12961 in 1970.
			76785 (c/n 16369/33117) to USSR May 1945
			76786 (c/n 16370/33118) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 76786, to civil registry as F-RBFM, F-RAMQ.
				F-RASQ, F-RAZN, F-RASZ, to Ivory Coast as TU-VAC.  WFU.
			76787 (c/n 16371/33119) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 476787, then civilianized as F-BAIF.  
				Not at Wings of Liberation Museum painted as 2100847.  But see 43-2002.  Was pylon mounted on WW.2 museum at
				Arlon, Belgium in D-Day color scheme, moved to Museum bevrijdende Vleugels, Best (Netherlands) 
				in February 2002
			76788 (c/n 16372/33120) to USSR May 1945
			76789 (c/n 16373/33121) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 39104.
			76790 (c/n 16374/33122) to USSR May 2, 1945.
			76791 (c/n 16375/33123) Lend-Lease L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) May 1945 as 476791.  To Israel AF Feb 1967 as 034.  
				In storage at Lod Ben Gurion May 2001.
			76792 (c/n 16376/33124) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 476792.
			76793 (c/n 16377/33125) to USSR May 6, 1945
			76794 (c/n 16378/33126) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To civil registry as N87669.
			76795 (c/n 16379/33127) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) as 476795.  
			76796 (c/n 16380/33128) to NEIAF as DT-947, callsign VH-REA
			76797 (c/n 16381/33129) to USSR May 1945
			76798 (c/n 16382/33130) to NEIAF as DT-948, callsign VH-REB.
			76799 (c/n 16383/33131) to RNZAF as NZ3541.  Reg. ZK-AOE for New Zealand National Airways Corporation - NAC.
				 W/o Aug 9, 1948 when it crashed enroute near Rununder Point, New Zealand, two fatal.
			76800 (c/n 16384/33132) to USSR May 1945
			76801 (c/n 16385/33133) delivered as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99837.
			76802 (c/n 16386/33134) to RNZAF as NZ3542.  To civil registry as ZK-AQU, then D6-CAH, to SAAF as 6486 (2).
				To N8241T.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turbprop conversion.
			76803 (c/n 16387/33135) to RNZAF as NZ3543, then ZK-AWP in New Zealand, then 5N-FAI, then
				reverted to ZK-AWP.  Regstered Mar 2006 to Peau Vava'u Ltd of Nuku;Alofa-Tongatapu
				as A3-AWP.
			76804 (c/n 16388/33136) to USSR May 1945
			76805 (c/n 16389/33137) to RAF as Dakota IV KN537.   Destroyed by hangar collapse Jun 6, 1946, Palam, Delhi.
			76806 (c/n 16390/33138) to RAF as Dakota IV KN538.  Sold Jun 20, 1955.
				To Rhodesian AF as 708.
			76808 (c/n 16392/33140) to RAF as Dakota IV KN539.  Returned to USAAF
				Apr 21, 1947.  To civil registry as N9082C
			76809 (c/n 16393/33141) to RAF as Dakota IV KN540.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947.
			76811 (c/n 16395/33143) to RAF as Dakota IV KN541.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954.
			76814 (c/n 16398/33146) to RAF as Dakota IV KN542.  Transferred to Greek
				AF Oct 27, 1949.
			76815 (c/n 16399/33147) to RAF as Dakota IV KN543.  Crashlanded on approach
				to Habbaniya May 3,1 950 after both engines failed.
			76817 (c/n 16401/33149) to RAF as Dakota IV KN544.  Crashed after both
				propellers were feathered in error while in circuit at night,
				North Luffenham Aug 29, 1949.
			76818 (c/n 16402/33150) to RAF as Dakota IV KN545.  SOC Oct 17, 1950.
			76820 (c/n 16404/33152) to RAF as Dakota IV KN546.  Sold as scrap Sep 27, 1948
			76821 (c/n 16405/33153) to RAF as Dakota IV KN547.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 10, 1954.
			76824 (c/n 16408/33156) to RAF as Dakota IV KN548.  Destroyed by fire after
				wing struck ground on landing and undercarriage collapsed, Melbourne
				Aug 25, 1945.
			76825 (c/n 16409/33157) to RAF as Dakota IV KN549.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947
			76827 (c/n 16411/33159) to RAF as Dakota IV KN550.  SOC Jun 29, 1950.
			76828 (c/n 16412/33160) completed as TC-47B-30-DK.  To US Navy as BuNo 99830
			76829 (c/n 16413/33161) to RAF as Dakota IV KN551.  DBR when undershot
				night landing at Gatow Nov 5, 1948
			76831 (c/n 16415/33163) to RAF as Dakota IV KN552.  To British Eagle International
				Airline as G-AMVA.  To Kuwait National Airwasys as G-AMVA.  To Iran
				Air as EP-ABE (temporary registration) to Gulf Aviatin as G-AMVA, then
				to Air Service Co as EP-AML, parted out derelict at Bushahr, Iran
			76832 (c/n 16416/33164) to RAF as Dakota IV KN553.  Wrecked when overshot single
				engined landing and went across road, Waterbeach Jan 7, 1948
			76833 (c/n 16417/33165) to RAF as Dakota IV KN554.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jun 8, 1953.
			76835 (c/n 16419/33167) to RAF as Dakota IV KN555.  To Belgian AF Feb 14, 1950 
				as K-34 (callsign OT-CNU).  To French AF as 76835, then to French 
				Navy.  Last heard of stored at le Bourget
			76837 (c/n 16421/33169) to RAF as Dakota IV KN556.  Stalled after takeoff
				and crashed into sea Akyab Jul 25, 1945.
			76839 (c/n 16423/33171) to RAF as Dakota IV KN557.  Flew into hill 5 mi
				S of Marseilles in bad weather Jan 15, 1946.
			76840 (c/n 16424/33172) to RAF as Dakota IV KN558.  SOC Nov 16, 1948
			76842 (c/n 16426/33174) to RAF as Dakota IV KN559.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947.  To AP-ADA, F-OAQA, G-AOAL,
				Burma AF (UBT-712, 5712).  Sold in 1978 to Nevada Airlines as N2271D and converted
				to silver iodide dropper for cloud-seeding and used by PMC Associated Co, Ltd
				in Burma from 1980-83. During this period it was owned by Air Mod Inc (San Marcus,
				CA), Gerard Charpentier t/a ComAvia Co (Oceanside, CA) or Mana Veerathanongdech
				(Oakland, CA).  Ownership was transferred between these three until finally
				settling with Miss Panida Veerathannongdech (Sausalito, CA) in Aug 1984.  Sold to
				H. J. Hanson of Seattle, WA in 1991.  Sold to Airlease Ltd of Burns, OR in 2000.
				Reported Apr 2008 to be dismantled at Ongkarak, Thailand.
			76843 (c/n 16427/33175) to RAF as Dakota IV KN560. SOC Apr 24, 1953
			76844 (c/n 16428/33176) to RAF as Dakota IV KN561.  To Military Assistance
				Advisory Group Sep 7, 1954.
			76846 (c/n 16430/33178) to RAF as Dakota IV KN562.  Crashed during attempted
				forced landing 26 mi E of Chittagong Jul 13, 1945 following engine failure.
			76847 (c/n 17431/33179) to RAF as Dakota IV KN563.  Missing in heavy cloud
				from supply dropping mission over Burma Jun 21, 1945.
			76848 (c/n 16432/33180) to US Navy as BuNo 99832.
			76850 (c/n 16434/33182) to RAF as Dakota IV KN564.  Transferred to
				Royal Rhodesian AF as SR157 Jun 10, 1955.  To Zambia AF in 1964 as AF-104.
			76851 (c/n 16435/33183) to RAF as Dakota IV KN565.  SOC Oct 4, 1948
			76853 (c/n 16437/33185) to RAF as Dakota IV KN566.  To civil registry as G-AMPO Feb 25, 1952.  
				Became LN-RTO, then reverted to G-AMPO.  Placed in storage at Coventry
				AP, England by May 1998.  Registration cancelled Oct 18, 2001.  Now on display at 
				RAF Lyneham, painted as FZ625.
44-76855/77184	Douglas C-47B-35-DK Skytrain
			c/n 33187/33516
			76860,76869,76874,76884,76895,76900,76909,76919,76924,
				76935,76943,76951,76959,76967,76973,76982,76990,76997,
				77005,77013,77019,77027,77035 completed as TC-47B-35-DK
			76855 (c/n 16439/33187) to RAF as Dakota IV KN567.  SOC Jul 5, 1950.
			76856 (c.n 16440/33188) to RAF as Dakota IV KN568.  DBR when swung on
				takeoff and undercarriage collapsed, Toungoo Main Jul 5, 1945.
			76857 (c/n 16441/33189) to RAF as Dakota IV KN569.  Sold Apr 20, 1953, next VP-TBJ (British West
				Indian Airways), chartered to Aden Airways as VR-ABJ, almost
				immediately reregistered VR-AAJ, and then returned to
				British West Indian Airways and reregistered VP-TBJ, 
				next 9Y-TBJ for British West Indian Airlines, next Jun 13, 1967 
				registered to Surinaamse Luchtvaart Maatschappij (SLM 
				of Surinam) as PZ-TAW. Registration cnx Jun 13, 1970 (another 
				source May 1975 when it was broken up.)
			76858 (c/n 16442/33190) to RAF as Dakota IV KN570. SOC Jun 5, 1950.
			76859 (c/n 16443/33191) to RAF as Dakota IV KN571.  DBR when both engines
				failed on approach and undercarriage raised to stop, Bassingbourn
				Apr 26, 1946
			76862 (c/n 16446/33194) to RAF as Dakota IV KN572.  Transferred to Military
				Assistance Advisory Group Jul 26, 1954.  To Lufrtwaffe as 14+07.  Crashed on takeoff at
				Landsberg, West Germany Jul 26, 1975.  3 killed.
			76864 (c/n 16448/33196) on UK register as G-AMSX with Cambrian Airways, with Guyana Airways Corporation as 8R-GCF
				in 1973 and later to VP-LAO in 1974.  to civil registry as N27458.
			76867 (c/n 33199) to RAF as KN575 and then to Greek AF as KN575.
			76868 (c/n 16452/33200) to VR-HFE.  To HL-07.  To HL-4009
			76871 (c/n 16455/33203) to RAF as Dakota IV KN577. Transferred to Military
				Assistance Advisory Group Oct 14, 1954
			76872 (c/n 16456/33204) to RAF as Dakota IV KN578.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76875 (c/n 16459/33207) to RAF as Dakota IV KN579.  Returned to USAAF Sep 17, 1947.
				 By 1955 was F-BCYM of Air Algerie.
			76878 (c/n 16462/33210) to RAF as Dakota IV KN580.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76879 (c/n 16463/33211) to RAF as Dakota IV KN581.  Sold Feb 26, 1952.  
				By 1955 was VP-KJS of East African Airways Corp.  Registered to 5X-AAR, VP-YKN, 7Q-YKN, ZS-EYN, converted to
				turbo and registered N332RD
			76881 (c/n 16465/33213) to RAF as Dakota IV KN582.  Sold Jan 11, 1950,
				registered G-ALXM Jan 16, 1950.  Registration cancelled Jul 1, 1960
				on sale as PH-MAA
			76883 (c/n 16467/33215) to RAF as Dakota IV KN583.  SOC Oct 18, 1948
			76884 (c/n 16468/33216) was on display at 101st Airborne Restaurant, Nashville, TN.  This restaurant is now closed.
			76885 (c/n 16469/33217) to RAF as Dakota IV KN584.  Missing from Special
				Duties mission over Burma Sep 7, 1945.
			76887 (c/n 16471/33219) to RAF as Dakota IV KN585.  Crashed 20 mi N of
				Bassein, Burma Jul 25, 1946 after port wing failed in bad weather
			76888 (c/n 16472/33220) to RAF as Dakota IV KN586.  Transferred to Military
				Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22, 1953.
			76889 (c/n 16473/33221) to RAF as Dakota IV KN587.  SOC Jun 22, 1950
			76891 (c/n 16475/33223) to RAF as Dakota IV KN588.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
			76892 (c/n 16476/33224) to RAF as Dakota IV KN589 May 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76893 (c/n 16477/33225) to RAF as Dakota IV KN590 May 1945.  Sold Apr 28, 1952.
				Had already been registered G-AMSJ Apr 24, 1952.  Carried out trooping
				duties using serial XF768. Registration cancelled Nov 23, 1961 on
				sale as I-TAVI.  W/o Mar 30, 1963 when hit Monte Vale Rotonote, Italy while operated by Itavia.  11 fatalities.
			76894 (c/n 16478/33226) to RAF as Dakota IV KN591 May 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76895 (c/n 16479/33227) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99839
			76896 (c/n 16480/33228) to RAF as KN592 Jun 1945
			76897 (c/n 16481/33229) to USSR May 1945
			76898 (c/n 16482/33230) to RAF as KN593 Jun 1945.  Crashed in Burma Sep 8, 1945.
			76899 (c/n 16483/33231) to USSR May 1945
			76900 (c/n 16484/33232) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99840
			76901 (c/n 16485/33233) to RAF as KN594 May 1945.  SOC May 30, 1946
			76902 (c/n 16486/33234) to USSR May 24, 1945
			76903 (c/n 16487/33235) to RAF As KN595 May 1945.
			76904 (c/n 16488/33236) to RAF as KN596 May 1945.  By 1955 was F-BAXZ
				of Societe Tunisienne de l'Air (Tunis Air).  To TS-AXZ and derelict at Tunis in 1970s.
			76905 (c/n 16489/33237) to USSR May 1945
			76906 (c/n 16490/33238) to RAF as KN597 May 1945.  To Luftwaffe as GA+1021, later AS+587.
				Became N10801.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 4) 
				and to El Salvador AF as FAES118
			76907 (c/n 16491/33239) to RAF as KN598 May 1945.  To Swiftair, Philippines as PI-C488.  To RP-C147.  To RP-C860.
				Repaired after damage Jan 14, 1974.  Rebuilt using c/n 19003
			76908 (c/n 16492/33240) to USSR May 1945
			76909 (c/n 16493/33241) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99841.
			76910 (c/n 16494/33242) to RAF as Dakota IV KN599.  SOC May 13, 1950.  
				By 1955 was VH-BZC of Ansett Airways Pty.
			76911 (c/n 16495/33243) to RAF as Dakota IV KN600.  Returned to USAAF Oct 6, 1948.  To US civil registry as N73857.
				To Spanish AF as T.3-53.
			76912 (c/n 16496/33244) to RAF as Dakota IV KN601.  To Belgian AF Dec 22,1949 as K40 (callsign
				OT-CWS).  Loaned to Belgian Congo Police Force May 1953, returned to BAF.  WFU in 1967
			76913 (c/n 16497/33245) to RAF as Dakota IV KN602.  Missing Jun 27, 1945.
				Presumably ditched 7 mi SW of Teknaf, Burma
			76914 (c/n 16498/33246) to RAF as Dakota IV KN603.  Sold Jul 8, 1948.
				Became AP-AFH.
			76915 (c/n 16499/33247) to RAF as Dakota IV KN604.  SOC Jul 14, 1950
			76916 (c/n 16500/33248) to RAF as Dakota IV KN605 May 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Advisory Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.  Converted to Basler BT-67 gunship 
				(Basler conversion no 23) and to Colombian AF as FAC 1681.
			76917 (c/n 16501/33249) to RAF as Dakota IV KN606.  SOC Feb 12, 1951
			76918 (c/n 16502/33250) to RAF as Dakota IV KN607 May 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Advistory Assistance Group Jul 13, 1953
			76919 (c/n 16503/33251) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99842
			76920 (c/n 16504/33252) to RAF as Dakota IV KN608.  Transferred to Military
				Advisory Assistance Group Jul 22, 1952.
			76921 (c/n 15605/33253) to RAF as Dakota IV KN609.  Returned to USAAF
				Oct 23, 1947.  To Swedish AF as FV79008, SE-IKL, then N5467Y.
				Now N56V registered to A. Erickson of Beaverton, OR.  Also have a reference that
				has this plane as going to France as F-BFGC for Aigle-Azur Extreme-Orient, in 1960 to Armee de 
				l'Air (France) as #76921, later F-RHRB, then F-RAJH. Scrapped, last with 
				Armee de l'Air (France).  Which is correct? N56V supposedly on display at Tilamook, Oregon but c/n 16405/33153
				quoted matches 44-76821.
			76922 (c/n 16506/33254) to USSR May 1945
			76923 (c/n 16507/33255) to RAF as Dakota IV KN610 May 1945.  SOC Oct 19, 1948
			76924 (c/n 16508/33256) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99843
			76925 (c/n 16509/33257) To RAF as Dakota IV KN611, then to Hunting Aviation as G-ANAS, then 
				to Wenela Air Services as ZS-DHY, then to Wenela Rhodesia as VP-YSM, then to
				A2-ZEM, then tp Pretoria Air Services of Lanseria, SA as ZS-KIV, then 
				to InterOcean Airways C9-ASQ, then back to Pretoria Air Services as ZS-KIV again. Sold 
				to Wimbi Dir Airways of the Democratic Republic of Congo as 9Q-CWI January 2003.
				W/o Jun 9, 2005 at Kilima Airport in Congo when it ground looped, bounced on
				landing tearing off one gear and one engine.
			76926 (c/n 16510/33258) to USSR May 1945
			76927 (c/n 16511/33259) to RAF as Dakota IV KN612 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				May 27, 1947
			76928 (c/n 16512/33260) to RAF as Dakota IV KN613 May 1945.  DBR when bellylanded
				Jul 21, 1945 near Toungoo, Burma while lost in bad weather.
			76929 (c/n 16513/33261) to RAF as Dakota IV KN614 Jun 1945.  DBR when
				swung on takeoff and bellylanded, Kallang Mar 15, 1946
			76930 (c/n 16514/33262) to RAF as Dakota IV KN615 Jun 1945.  DBR when
				bellylanded 1/2 mile NE of Mingaladon Sep 15, 1946 after both
				engines failed.
			76931 (c/n 16515/33263) to RAF as Dakota IV KN616 May 1945. Returned
				to USAAF Aug 14, 1947
			76932 (c/n 16516/33264) to USSR May 1945.
			76933 (c/n 16517/33265) to RAF as Dakota IV KN617 Jun 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Apr 1, 1948
			76934 (c/n 16518/33266) to RAF as Dakota IV KN618 Jun 1945.  SOC Oct 21, 1948.
			76935 (c/n 16519/33267) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99844
			76936 (c/n 16520/33268) to USSR May 1945
			76937 (c/n 16521/33269) to RAF as Dakota IV KN619 Jun 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947.
			76938 (c/n 16522/33270) to RAF as Dakota IV KN620 Jun 1945.  To civil registry with Manx Airlines as G-AMZC.
				Crashed on ferry flight to Dusseldorf, Germany Dec 22, 1955.  3 crew killed.
			76939 (c/n 16523/3327) to USSR Jun 1945
			76940 (c/n 16524/33272) to RAF as Dakota IV KN621 Jun 1945. Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76941 (c/n 16525/33273) to RAF as Dakota IV KN622 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Miitary Assistance Advisory Group Apr 5, 1955.
			76942 (c/n 16526/33274) to USSR May 1945
			76943 (c/n 16527/33275) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99845
			76944 (c/n 16528/33276) to RAF as Dakota IV KN623. SOC Jun 5, 1950
			76945 (c/n 16529/33277) to RAF as Dakota IV KN624 May 1945.  Sold to Pakistan
				AF as H-709 Jul 8, 1948.  Became AP-AFK. By 1954
				was YU-ABK of Jugoslovenski Aero-Transport.  W/o Jan 8, 1968 due to engine fire and force landing in Austria.
			76946 (c/n 16530/33278) to RAF as Dakota IV KN625 May 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1953.
				By 1955 was VP-KJT of East African Airways Corp.  Burned out at Francistown Aug 29, 1963.
			76947 (c/n 16531/33279) to RAF as Dakota IV KN626 May 1945. Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			76948 (c/n 16532/33280) to USSR May 1945
			76949 (c/n 16533/33281) to RAF as Dakota IV KN627 May 1945.  SOC Jul 19, 1950
			76950 (c/n 16534/33282) to RAF as Dakota IV KN628 May 1945.  Used as Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery's personal
				transport.  To Derby Aviation in May 1954 as G-AOGZ.  Became N4849 in 1969, then F-OGDZ
				for use in Guadaloupe for tourist flights.  After 10 years, sold to unknown buyer who
				may have used the plane for drug smuggling.  In 1983, converted to Basler BT-67 and fitted
				with FLIR and machine guns and to Salvadorian AF as FAES118 for drug interdiction missions.
				Another story has it after being bought by Derby Aviation in January 1956, it went to
				Strathair who in turn leased it out to Cirrus Aviation and Emerald Air (1965-67), 
				Acquired 1966 by Hibernian AW, Ireland.   Next after being sold and registered as F-OGDZ 
				for Air Antilles first, then as Air Guadelope (Societe Antilleise de Transports Aeriens/SATA), 
				it was broken up in Opa Locka, FL.
			76951 (c/n 16535/33283) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99846.
			76952 (c/n 16536/33284) to USSR May 1945
			76953 (c/n 16537/33285) to RAF as Dakota IV KN629 May 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22,1952, later to NEIAF
			76954 (c/n 16538/33286) to RAF as Dakota IV KN630 May 1945.  Flew into hill at
				Kampong Jenera, Malaya Aug 25, 1950 when flew into ravine while
				target marking and unable to climb out.
			76955 (c/n 16539/33287) to RAF as Dakota IV KN639 May 1945.  Relegated to
				ground instructional airframe with serial 6729M, presumably
				subsequently scrapped
			76956 (c/n 16540/33288) to USSR May 1945
			76957 (c/n 16541/33289) to RAF as Dakota IV KN632 May 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 22, 1952.
			76958 (c/n 16542/33290) to RAAF as A65-106 (VH-RFW).  Crashed Jul 31, 1961 shortly after takeoff
				from Pearce, WA.
			76959 (c/n 16543/33291) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99847. 
			76960 (c/n 16544/33292) to RAAF as A65-110 (VH-RGY).  Crashed Jan 25, 1946,
				Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines.
			76961 (c/n 16545/33293) to USSR May 1945
			76962 (c/n 16546/33294) to RAAF as A65-103 (VH-RFT).  To civil registry as
				VH-EYC.  To Philippine AF 1973.  To Philippine civil registry as RP-C535.  Derelict at Nichols AB Nov 1980.
			76963 (c/n 16547/33295) to RAAF as A65-104 (VH-RFU).  Damaged beyond repair
				by cyclone Dec 25, 1974.
			76964 (c/n 16548/33296) to USSR May 1945
			76965 (c/n 16549/33297) to RAAF as A65-108 (VH-RGZ).
			76966 (c/n 16550/33298) to USSR May 1945  
			76967 (c/n 16551/33299) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99848.
			76968 (c/n 16552/33300) to RAAF as A65-105 (VH-RFV).  Still flying in Australia as VH-UPQ
			76969 (c/n 16553/33301) to RAAF as A65-109 (VH-RGX).  To civilian registry as VH-MMD, P2-MMD.
			76970 (c/n 16554/33302) to RAAF as A65-107 (VH-RFX).  Destroyed by fire Dec 12, 1945, Morotai PNG.
			76971 (c/n 16555/33303) to RAAF as A65-112 (VH-RFZ).  Crashed Mar 19, 1957, Dntroon.
			76972 (c/n 16556/33304) to RAAF as A65-111 (VH-RFY).  Destroyed by fire Apr 10, 1974.
				Nose section was on display at Avalon 1999 and 2001.
			76973 (c/n 16557/33305) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99849
			76974 (c/n 16558/33306) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jun 7, 1945
			76975 (c/n 16559/33307) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jul 1945.  At IDF/AF Museum in derelict condition.
			76976 (c/n 16560/33308) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) Jun 1945.
			76977 (c/n 16561/33309) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
			76978 (c/n 16562/33310) Lend-Lease to L'Armée de L'Air (French Air Force) 
			76979 (c/n 16563/33311) to USSR May 1945
			76980 (c/n 16564/33312) to French AF
			76981 (c/n 16565/33313) to RNZAF Jun 1945 as NZ3546.  To ZK-AWQ of
				New Zealand National Airways by 1955 at least.  Took up Comoro
				Islands registration D6-CAG January 1981 as 'cover identity' 
				for sale to SAAF, which it joined with serial 6858 later that 
				year.
			76982 (c/n 16566/33314) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99850
			76983 (c/n 16567/33315) to RNZAF as NZ3544
			76984 (c/n 16568/33316) to RNZAF as NZ3545.  By 1954 was ZK-AZL "Kuaka"
				of New Zealand National Airways
			76985 (c/n 16569/33317) to RAF as Dakota IV KN633 May 1945.  Struck trees
				and crashed 6 mi E of Rawang, Malaya Nov 12, 1948 during search
				and rescue mission.  3 lost
			76986 (c/n 16570/33318) to USSR May 1945
			76987 (c/n 16571/33319) to RAF as Dakota IV KN634 May 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 16, 1953.
			76988 (c/n 16572/33320) to RAF as Dakota IV KN635 Jun 1945. Swung on
				takeoff Oct 22, 1946, Membury, UK and struck Dakota KN406 (44-76498)
			76989 (c/n 16573/33321) to RAF as Dakota IV KN636 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948.
			76990 (c/n 16574/33322) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99851.
			76991 (c/n 16575/33323) to RAF as Dakota IV KN637.  To Belgian AF Jan 14, 1950
				as K32 (call sign OT-CNS), later to NEIAF X-5.  To Soesterberg Military Aviation 
				Museum as X-5 in 2011.
			76992 (c/n 16576/33324) to USSR Jun 1945
			76993 (c/n 16577/33325) to RAF as Dakota IV KN638 Jun 1945.  Sold
				Apr 22, 1952.  By 1955 was VP-KJU of East African Airways Corp.  To CR-AGU to 5Y-AAF.  W/o Aug 27, 1975
				in landing at Mtwara, Tanzania.
			76994 (c/n 16578/33326) to RAF as Dakota IV KN639 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 30, 1950
			76995 (c/n 16579/33327) to RAF as Dakota IV KN640 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group May 27, 1953.
			76996 (c/n 16580/33328) to RAF as Dakota IV KN641 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 12, 1953.  To Spanish AF as T.3-19
			76997 (c/n 16581/33329) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99852
			76998 (c/n 16582/33330) to USSR Jun 1945.
			76999 (c/n 16583/33331) to RAF as KN642 Jun 1945.  To Irefly-London as G-AMSH.
				Allocated serials XF648, then XF667 for trooping contracts.  Sold to BKS
				Air Transport LTD May 7, 1952 as G-AMSH named "John Alcock".
				Used to fly to THF 1959.  Sold Dec 12, 1966 to Brothers Air Service
				of Aden, Yemen, registered as VR-ABE.  To Alyemda as 7O-ABE.  WFU
				and stored Sana'a, Yemen.  While with BKS Air Transport as G-AMSH
				hit tops of trees on approach to Leeds/Bradford and was fitted
				with G-AIWD wings.
			77000 (c/n 16584/33332) to RAF as Dakota IV KN643 Jun 6, 1945.  Flew into
				box valley in company with Dakota KN644 (44-7002) and crashed into
				hill near Myitkyina Mar 29, 1946
			77001 (c/n 16585/33333) to USSR Jun 1945
			77002 (c/n 16586/33334) to RAF as Dakota IV KN644 Jun 1945.  Flew into
				box valley in company with Dakota KN643 (44-7000) and crashed into
				hill near Myitkyina Mar 29, 1946
			77003 (c/n 16587/33335) to RAF as Dakota IV KN645 May 1945.  Transferred to RAF Museum, 
				Cosford May 1, 1974, painted as KG374.  Has the 'bookkeeping' serial 8355M.
			77004 (c/n 16588/33336) to RAF as Dakota IV KN646 May 1945.  SOC Jan 30, 1947
			77005 (c/n 16589/33337) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99853.
			77006 (c/n 16590/33338) to RAF as Dakota IV KN647 May 1945.  Flew into high
				ground near Nairobi, Keyna Jun 21, 1954 while descending through
				cloud at night.  7 lost
			77007 (c/n 16591/33339)to USSR Jun 1945
			77008 (c/n 16592/33340) to RAF as Dakota IV KN648 May 1945.  Sold Jun 8, 1953.
				Registered G-AMZZ same day.  Registration cancelled by CAA
				May 26, 1971 as WFU.  Noted derelict at Bahrain Oct 1978
			77009 (c/n 16593/33341) to RAF as Dakota IV KN649 May 1945.  Caught fire
				in air and dove into ground 5 mi S of Dishforth Aug 27, 1957
			77010 (c/n 16594/33342) to USSR Jun 1945
			77011 (c/n 16595/33343) to RAF as Dakota IV KN650 May 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Apr 24, 1953.
			77012 (c/n 16596/33344) to RAF as Dakota IV KN651 May 1945. Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Jun 29, 1955.
			77013 (c/n 16597/33345) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99854.
			77014 (c/n 16598/33346) to RAF as Dakota IV KN652 May 1945.  Sold Jan 27, 1953.
				Registered G-AMYB Jan 29, 1953.  Became SN-AAK, then ST-AAk.
				Registration G-AZDF reserved Aug 3, 1971 but NTU.  Reverted to
				G-AMYB later same month.  Registration 5N-AJE then reserved
				but NTU.  G-AMyb cancelled Jan 4, 1973 on sale as N6CA
			77015 (c/n 16599/33347) to USSR Jun 1945
			77016 (c/n 16600/33348) to RAF as Dakota IV KN653 May 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Sep 22, 1948
			77017 (c/n 16601/33349) to RAF as Dakota IV KN654 May 1945.  SOC Jan 26, 1950
			77018 (c/n 16602/33350) to USSR Jun 1945
			77019 (c/n 16603/33351) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 as BuNo 99855
			77020 (c/n 16604/33352) to RAF as Dakota IV KN655. To RCAF Jun 2, 1946 as 1000.  Renumbered 12965 in 1970.
				Became C-GGJH, then C-GSCC, then F-GIAZ, then F-GIDK
			77021 (c/n 16605/33353) to RAF as Dakota IV KN656 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Oct 27k 1954.  To civil registry as
				PH-MOA.  Crashed Jun 3, 1971 at Southend MAP, UK.  Engine failure
				after takeoff forced crew to return to Southend.  Struck a railway
				embankment on finals and was DBR.  
			77022 (c/n 16606/33354) to USSR Jun 1945
			77023 (c/n 16607/33355) to RAF as Dakota IV KN657 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Jul 15, 1953
			77024 (c/n 16608/33356) to USSR Jun 1945
			77025 (c/n 16609/33357) to RAF as Dakota IV KN658 Jun 1945.  SOC Jan 20, 1951
			77026 (c/n 16610/33358) to RAF as Dakota IV KN659 Jun 1945.  W/o Jan 24, 1946 with 
				No 10 Sqdn after a forced landing near Baroda, India after the
				port engine quit.
			77027 (c/n 16611/33359) completed as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 BuNo 99856.
			77028 (c/n 16612/33360) to RAF as Dakota IV KN660.  Sold to Greek AF
				Jan 12, 1950
			77030 (c/n 16614/33362) to RAF as Dakota IV KN661.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952.
			77031 (c/n 16615/33363) to RAF as Dakota IV KN662.  Crashlanded 5 mi W of
				Trigno Dec 17, 1946 after engine failure.
			77032 (c/n 16616/33364) to RAF as Dakota IV KN663 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 25, 1948
			77033 (c/n 16617/33365) to RAF as Dakota IV KN664 Jun 1945.  SOC Jul 28, 1950
			77034 (c/n 16618/33366) to USSR Jun 1945.
			77035 (c/n 16619/33367) delivered as TC-47B-35-DK.  To US Navy as R4D-7 Bu No 99857
			77036 (c/n 16620/33368) to RAF as Dakota IV KN665, later to RCAF.  To Canadian civilian registry as CF-WGN.  
				Cancelled Jun 3, 1993.  To N132AL then N32AL and cancelled Oct 20, 2008
			77037 (c/n 16621/33369) to RAF as Dakota IV KN666, later to RCAF.  To Indian AF BJ765 in 1962 as BJ765.
			77038 (c/n 16622/33370) to USSR Jun 1945.
			77039 (c/n 16623/33371) to RAF as Dakota IV KN667 Jun 1945. SOC Oct 4, 1948
			77040 (c/n 16624/33372) to RAF as Dakota IV KN668 Jun 1945.  SOC Jun 7, 1950
			77041 (c/n 16625/33373) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN669.  Diverted
				to South African AF as 6856, no RAF service
			77042 (c/n 16626/33374) to USSR Jun 1945.
			77043 (c/n 16627/33375) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN670.  Diverted
				to South African AF as 6857, no RAF service.  After SAAFZ service, converted to DC-3C-TP and active as N193RD.
			77044 (c/n 16628/33376) was to have gone to RAF as Dakota IV KN671.  Diverted to
				 South African AF as 6858, no RAF service
			77045 (c/n 16629/33377) to USSR Jun 1945
			77046 (c/n 16630/33378) to RAF as Dakota IV KN672.  To Greek AF Jul 23, 1949.
			77047 (c/n 16631/33379) to RAF as Dakota IV KN673.  To civil registry as G-AMSN Apr 28, 1952,
				and later became N3455, SU-BFZ, EI-BSI, G-AMSN (again) and N3455 (again), 
				in that order! Restored as G-AMSN and in 1997 was stored at North 
				Weald, England.  Fuselage was acquired in 2004 by Acebell Aviation of Redhill,
				England.  Nose is to be restored for a collector, rest of sulage may be put up
				for auction.  
			77048 (c/n 16632/33380) to USSR Jun 1945
			77049 (c/n 16633/33381) to RAF as Dakota IV KN674.  Returned to USAAF
				Jul 9, 1948.  To French AF via MDAP
			77050 (c/n 16634/33382) to RAF as Dakota IV KN675.  SOC Mar 16, 1950
			77051 (c/n 16635/33383) to USSR Jun 1945
			77052 (c/n 16636/33384) to RAF as Dakota IV KN676.  To RCAF Apr 8, 1946 
				as KN676, then to Indian AF as BJ766 in 1962.
			77053 (c/n 16637/33385) to RAF as Dakota IV KN677.  SOC Jan 18, 1950. 
			77054 (c/n 16638/33386) to RAF as Dakota IV KN678 Jun 1945.  W/o with 10 Sqdn RAF
				Oct 24, 1945 at Arkonam, India when it swung on takeoff into ditch and caught fire.
			77055 (c/n 16639/33387) to USSR Jun 1945
			77056 (c/n 16640/33388) to RAF as Dakota IV KN679.  SOC Jul 10, 1950
			77057 (c/n 16641/33389) to RAF as Dakota IV KN680.  SOC Jun 2, 1950
			77058 (c/n 16642/33390) to RAF as Dakota IV KN681.  Civilianized as G-AMVC.   Carried
				out trooping work using termporary RAF serial XF645.  Crashed on Coglin Fell, UK
				Oct 17, 1961 while operated by BKS Air Transport.  All four on board killed.
			77059 (c/n 16643/33391) to USSR Jun 1945
			77060 (c/n 16644/33392) to RAF as Dakota IV KN682 Jun 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMNL but operated
				on military charters with temporary trooping serial XF767.  Registration G-AMNL
				cancelled Nov 23, 1961.  Later I-TAVO, CX-BDB.
				Preserved Museu Aeronautica El Cid, Montevideo, Uruguay.
			77061 (c/n 16645/33393) to RAF as Dakota IV KN683 Jun 1945.  Returned
				to USAAF Nov 8, 1946.  To Swissair as HB-IRN.  Now in Swiss 
				Transport Museum at Lucerne.
			77062 (c/n 16646/33394) to RAF as Dakota IV KN684 Jun 1945.  SOC Oct 20, 1948
			77063 (c/n 16647/33395) to USSR Jun 1945
			77064 (c/n 16648/33396) to RAF as Dakota IV KN685 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947
			77065 (c/n 16649/33397) to RAF as Dakota IV KN686 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
			77066 (c/n 16650/33398) to USSR Jun 1945
			77067 (c/n 16651/33399) to RAF as Dakota IV KN687 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
			77068 (c/n 16652/33400) to RAF as KN688 Jun 1945.  SOC Jun 5, 1950
			77069 (c/n 16653/33401) to RAF as KN689 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Dec 29, 1949 as  K37
				(call sign OT-CWP) then to French AF
			77070 (c/n 16654/33402) to USSR Jun 1945.
			77071 (c/n 16655/33403) to RAF as Dakota IV KN690 Jun 1945.  
				To Belgian AF Feb 28, 1950 as K33 (call sign OT-CNT) then back to USAF
			77072 (c/n 16656/33404) to RAF as Dakota IV KN691 Jul 1945.  Transferred to
				Greek AF Aug 31, 1949
			77073 (c/n 16657/33405) to USSR Jun 1945
			77074 (c/n 16658/33406) to RAF as Dakota IV KN692 Jun 1945. SOC Aug 31, 1949
			77075 (c/n 16659/33407) to RAF as Dakota IV KN693 Jun 1945.  SOC Aug 18, 1949
			77076 (c/n 16660/33408) to RAF as Dakota IV KN694 Jun 1945.  Sold Oct 10, 1952.
				RAF card says that it became G-AMNL but G-AMNL was KN682/44-77060.
			77077 (c/n 16661/33409) to USSR Jun 1945
			77078 (c/n 16662/33410) to RAF as Dakota IV KN695 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Royal Rhodesian AF as SR153 Sep 7, 1954
			77079 (c/n 16663/33411) to RAF as Dakota IV KN696 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952.  Served with Royal Dutch
				AF from May 4, 1954 to Jan 24, 1961 as X-17, later recoded ZU-17. Returned to USA.
			77080 (c/n 16664/33412) to RAF as Dakota IV KN697 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 9, 1950
			77081 (c/n 16665/33413) to USSR Jun 1945
			77082 (c/n 16666/33414) To RAF as Dakota IV KN698 Jun 1945.  Crashed Oct 9, 1945 
				on night takeoff from El Adem, Libya
			77083 (c/n 16667/33415) to RAF as Dakota IV KN699 Jun 1945.  Transferred to Military
				Assistance Advisory Group Aug 7, 1952
			77084 (c/n 16668/33416) to RAF as Dakota IV KN700 Jun 1945.  To G-AMZG for Jersey
				Airlines.  Carried out trooping work using temporary RAF serial XF748.
				Then Tran Air, then West African, Registration G-AMZG cancelled
				Jun 4, 1966 on sale to Flugsyn and registered as TF-AIO.  
				W/o when crashed in poor weather near Vestmannaeyjar,
				Iceland May 3, 1967.  3 crew killed.
			77085 (c/n 16669/33417) to USSR Jun 1945
			77086 (c/n 16670/33418) to RAF as Dakota IV KN701 Jun 1945.  Sold Feb 25, 1952,
				registred G-AMRB Mar 8, 1952.  Crashed near Largs Mar 28, 1956
			77087 (c/n 16671/33419) to RAF as Dakota IV KP208 Jun 1945.  Transferred May 18, 1970
				to Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces 
				Museum, Aldershot, England.  Noted there Feb 2004.
			77088 (c/n 16672/33420) to USSR Jun 1945
			77089 (c/n 16673/33421) to RAF as Dakota IV KP209 Jun 1945.  SOC May 22, 1953
			77090 (c/n 16674/33422) to RAF as Dakota IV KP210 Jun 1945.  SOC Nov 23, 1950
			77091 (c/n 16675/33423) to RAF as Dakota IV KP211 Jun 1945.  Registered G-ALVZ
				Nov 9, 1949.  To Malayan Airways Ltd as VR-SDD, then reverted
				to G-ALVZ.  WFU Apr 18, 1970 and broken up at Bahrein.
			77092 (c/n 16676/33424) to USSR Jun 1945
			77093 (c/n 16677/33425) to RAF as Dakota IV KP212 Jun 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Feb 4, 1947
			77094 (c/n 16678/33426) to RAF as Dakota IV KP213 Jun 1945.  Returned
				to USAAF May 27, 1948
			77095 (c/n 16679/33427) to USSR Jun 1945
			77096 (c/n 16680/33428) to RAF as Dakota IV KP214 Jul 1945.  SOC
				Jun 12, 1950
			77097 (c/n 16681/33429) to RAF as Dakota IV KP215 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 13, 1954
			77098 (c/n 16682/33430) to RAF as Dakota IV KP216 Jun 1945.  Transferred to
				RCAF for use as ground instructional airframe with serial A7931.  To Canadair as
				CF-DXT, then to Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-ADG, hit a truck when
				it was landing in Puerot Deseado, Santo Cruz, AR.  Although
				the plane made a goaround and went to Comodoro Rivadavia, AR with
				an engine on fire.   Reregistered as LQ-ADG and assigned to
				the Provincia de Aeronautica Formosa.  Next, the plane was bought 
				in 1962 to replace the old de Havilland Dove doves in service with the 
				Prefectura Naval Argentina (PNA) and became PM-15 for the
				Servicio de Aviacion.  WFU.
			77099 (c/n 16683/33431) to RAF as Dakota IV KP217 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 7, 1954
			77100 (c/n 16684/33432) to USSR Jun 1945
			77101 (c/n 16685/33433) to RAF as Dakota IV KP218 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Feb 14, 1950 as K35
				(call sign OT-CWN) then to French AF then to French Navy 701
			77102 (c/n 16686/33434) to RAF as Dakota IV KP219 Jun 1945.  W/o Feb 7, 1946
				with 77 Sqdn RAF after an engine failure caused forced landing 
				near Dharro Naro, India and aircraft hit bank.
			77103 (c/n 16687/33435) to USSR Jun 1945
			77104 (c/n 16688/33436) to RAF as Dakota IV KP220 Jun 1945.  Civilianised as G-ANAF Jun 17, 1953
				Sold to USA Apr 29, 1987 as N170GP, then reverted to G-ANAF.  Used for
				radar trials with Thales with large radome under nose.  Still current
				on UK registry as of Jul 9, 2008.
			77105 (c/n 16689/33437) to RAF as Dakota IV KP221.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946
				as KP221.  Renumbered 12904 in 1970.
			77106 (c/n 16690/33438) to RAF as Dakota IV KP222.  DBR when swung on
				takeoff and wing struck ground and undercarriage was torn off,
				Buckeburg Jan 22, 1947.
			77107 (c/n 16691/33439) to USSR Jun 1945
			77108 (c/n 16692/33440) to RAF as Dakota IV KP223.  Crashed and destroyed
				by fire after striking trees during BABS approach to Gatow Nov 17, 1948
			77109 (c/n 16693/33441) to RAF as Dakota IV KP224.  To RCAF Apr 7, 1946.
				Renumbered 12905 in 1970.  To civil registry as C-GSCB.  Later 
				became N346AB.  Currently being restored to airworthy condition.
			77110 (c/n 16694/33442) to USSR Jun 1945
			77111 (c/n 16695/33443) to RAF as Dakota IV KP225.  Returned to USAAF Apr 24, 1947
			77112 (c/n 16696/33444) to RAF as Dakota IV KP226.   Sold Oct 1, 1953, had already
				been registered G-ANEG Sep 28, 1953.  G-ANEG cancelled Fer, 1965 on sale to Lebanon.  Returned to
				G-ANEG Jul 13, 1966.  Appears to have been many attempts to sell the aircraft, as registrations OD-AEP, 5B-CAY, N26AA, 
				9M-AUJ, and N99886 were reserved but NTU.  Registration G-ANEG cancelled Dec 1982.  Aircraft was derelict at Bahrain, still
				as G-ANEG in 1982.
			77113 (c/n 16697/33445) to RAF as Dakota IV KP227.  To RCAF Apr 11, 1946.  
				Renumbered 12906.  Becam N99665, then to civilian market in 
				Sweden as 9Q-CUK, then ES-AKE.  Registration 9Q-CUK reserved again
				in 2007.
			77114 (c/n 16698/33446) to USSR Jun 1945
			77115 (c/n 16699/33447) to RAF as Dakota IV KP228.  Sold Jan 12, 1950.
				Registered G-ALXO Jan 19, 1950.  Registration cancelled Apr 18, 1950
				on sale as EI-AFL.  Crashed into Mt Snowdon Jan 10, 1952.
			77116 (c/n 16700/33448) to RAF as Dakota IV KP229 Jun 1945.  To Belgian AF Feb 28, 1950
				as K36 (call sign OT-CWO) then French Navy as 716.  Preserved as 716 in Musee de Tradition de l'Aeronautique Navale
				at Rochefort-Soubise
			77117 (c/n 16701/33449) to RAF as Dakota IV KP230 Jun 1945.  DBR when overshot landing
				and ran into hole, Koepang, Timor Jan 18, 1947
			77118 (c/n 16702/33450) to USSR Jun 1945
			77119 (c/n 16703/33451) to RAF as Dakota IV KP231 Jun 1945.  Relegated to
				ground instructional airframe with serial 6731M Jan 24, 1950.
				Presumably subsequently scrapped.
			77120 (c/n 16704/33452) to RAAF as A65-121 (VH-RGI).  To Indonesia as P-505 in 1970.
			77121 (c/n 16705/33453) to RAAF as A65-116 (VH-RGD).  Crashed Nov 5, 1950, Schofields, NSW.
			77122 (c/n 16706/33454) to USSR Jun 1945
			77123 (c/n 16707/33455) to RAAF as A65-122 (VH-RGJ) July 1945.  To Papua New Guinea DF
				Dec 1980 as non-flying ground instructional airframe.
			77124 (c/n 16708/33456) to RAAF as A65-117 (VH-RGE).  To civilian registry as N16894,
				then PK-JDA, then PK-EHD. 
			77125 (c/n 16709/33457) to RAAF as A65-118 (VH-RGF).  To civilian registry as N16895.
			77126 (c/n 16710/33458) to USSR Jun 1945
			77127 (c/n 16711/33459) to RAAF as A65-113 (VH-RGA).  Crashed Feb 28, 1952, Botany Bay NSW.
			77128 (c/n 16712/33460) to RAAF as A65-114 (VH-RGB).  Crashed after engine failure on
				takeoff.  On static display at South Australian Aviation Museum, Port Adelaide.
			77129 (c/n 16713/33461) to RAAF as A65-120 (VH-RGH).  Crashed Jun 7, 1954 into sea off Japan.
			77130 (c/n 16714/33462) to USSR Jun 1945
			77131 (c/n 16715/33463) to RAAF as A65-119 (VH-RGG).  To civilian registry as N16896.
				To Laos in 1971.
			77132 (c/n 16716/33464) to RAAF as A65-115 (VH-RGC).  Crashed into sea off Darwin, NT Oct 1, 1946. 
			77133 (c/n 16717/33465) to USSR Jun 1945
			77134 (c/n 16718/33466) to RCAF as Dakota IVM 989.  To Indian AF in 1963 as BJ913.
			77135 (c/n 16719/33467) to RCAF as Kakota IVM 990.  Renumbered 12962 in 1970.  To civil registry
				as N99663 Aug 1967.  Crashed Oct 30, 1979 in Alaska
			77136 (c/n 16720/33468)
			77137 (c/n 16721/33469) to USSR Jun 1945
			77138 (c/n 16722/33470) 
			77139 (c/n 16723/33471)
			77140 (c/n 16724/33472) to USSR Jul 1945
			77141 (c/n 16725/33473) to Philippine AF.
			77142 (c/n 16726/33474)
			77143 (c/n 16727/33475) to NEIAF as DT-949, callsign VH-REC.
			77144 (c/n 16728/33476) to USSR Jun 1945
			77145 (c/n 16729/33477) to NEIAF as DT-950, callsign VH-RED.  To AURI as T-450
			77146 (c/n 16730/33478) to RNZAF as NZ3547 Jul 1945.  By 1954 was
				ZK-AZM "Korokoro" of New Zealand National Airways.  To D6-CAD, to SAAF as 6865 (2), to N8190X.
				Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop conversion.
				Conveted to DC-3C-TP and active as N8190X
			77147 (c/n 16731/33479) to USSR Jun 1945
			77148 (c/n 16732/33480) to RNZAF as NZ3548 Jul 1945.  By 1954 was
				ZK-AWO of New Zealand National Airways
			77149 (c/n 16733/33481) to RNZAF as NZ3550 Jul 1945.
			77150 (c/n 16734/33482) to RNZAF NZ3549 Jul 1945
			77151 (c/n 16735/33483) to USSR Jun 1945
			77152 (c/n 16736/33484) to Cambodia AF Jan 15, 1971. Escaped
				to Thailand Apr 1975. To Thai AF as L2-44/18 Nov 14 1975.   WFU Feb 27, 1984 
				SOC Feb 27, 1984.  Preserved at Phitsanulok
			77153 (c/n 16737/33485) 
			77154 (c/n 16738/33486)
			77155 (c/n 16739/33487) to Philippine AF
			77156 (c/n 16740/33488)
			77157 (c/n 16741/33489) DBR in takeoff accident at Nichols Field, Philippines
				May 7, 1946.
			77158 (c/n 16742/33490)
			77159 (c/n 16743/33491)
			77160 (c/n 16744/33492) 
			77161 (c/n 16745/33493) to USSR Jul 1945
			77162 (c/n 16746/33494) 
			77163 (c/n 16747/33495) met with some sort of accident in Philippines
				Oct 5, 1945
			77164 (c/n 17648/33496)
			77165 (c/n 16749/33497) to USSR Jul 1945
			77166 (c/n 16750/33498)
			77167 (c/n 16751/33499) to Guatemala AF Jun 1969 as 555.  Initially
				stored Mar 2002.  Converted to Basler BT-67 with turboprop power (Basler
				conversion No. 20) and now with Guatemala AF as TG-FAG-5
			77168 (c/n 16752/33500) to USSR Jun 1945
			77169 (c/n 16753/33501) to USSR Jul 1945.  By 1954 was ZK-AZN "Kokomuka"
				of New Zealand Natinal Airways, so did it go to Russia?
			77170 (c/n 16754/33502) to USSR Jul 1945
			77171 (c/n 16755/33503) to USSR Jul 1945
			77172 (c/n 16756/33504) to USSR Jul 1945
			77173 (c/n 16757/33505) to USSR Jul 1945
			77174 (c/n 16758/33506) to USSR Jul 1945
			77175 (c/n 16759/33507) to USSR Jul 1945
			77176 (c/n 16760/33508) to USSR Jul 1945
			77177 (c/n 16761/33509) to USSR Jul 1945
			77178 (c/n 16762/33510) to USSR Jun 1945
			77179 (c/n 16763/33511) to USSR Jul 1945
			77180 (c/n 16764/33512) to USSR Jul 1945
			77181 (c/n 16765/33513) to USSR Jul 1945
			77182 (c/n 16766/33514) to USSR Jul 1945
			77183 (c/n 16767/33515) to USSR Jul 1945
			77184 (c/n 16768/33515) to USSR Jul 1945.
44-77185/77294	Douglas C-47B-40-DK Skytrain
			77185 (c/n 16769/33517) to RAF as Dakota IV KP232 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  To Pakistan AF.  Became AP-AFL, then 
				registered G-ANLZ Jan 11, 1954.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 1954 on sale to Union of Burma Airways as XY-ADB.  
				To Pakistan AF as H-704.  W/o at Loikaw Mar 19, 1957
			77186 (c/n 16770/33518) to RAF as Dakota IV KP233 Jun 1945.  Sold Mar 29, 1951, became VP-BAU
			77187 (c/n 16771/33519) to RAF as Dakota IV KP234 Jun 1945.  Transferred to Greek AF Jul 20, 1949
			77188 (c/n 16772/33520) to RAF as Dakota IV KP235 Jun 1945.  Stalled and
				crashed while taking off in misty conditions, Istres Sep 5, 1945.
			77189 (c/n 16773/33521) to RAF as KP236 Jun 1945.  W/o with 76 Sqdn 
				Jan 28, 1946 at Poona, India when caught fire on ground and burnt out.
			77190 (c/n 16774/33522) to USSR Jul 1945
			77191 (c/n 16775/33523) to USSR Jun 1945
			77192 (c/n 16776/33524) to USSR Jun 1945
			77193 (c/n 16777/33525) to USSR Jul 1945
			77194 (c/n 16778/33526) to USSR Jul 1945
			77195 (c/n 16779/33527) to USSR Jul 1945
			77196 (c/n 16780/33528) to USSR Jul 1945
			77197 (c/n 16781/33529) to USSR Jul 1945
			77198 (c/n 16782/33530) to USSR Jul 1945
			77199 (c/n 16783/33531) to USSR Jul 1945
			77200 (c/n 16784/33532) to Portuguese AF in 1970 as FAP 6171.  Ferried by VisionAir
				to Sweden under registration N9983Q Jul 16, 1976 for Stiftelse for Flyghjal,
				then registered as SE-GUL used in movie "A Bridge Too Far".  To RRC Air Service
				(Ethiopian Relief and Rehabilitation Commission - RRC).  AS ET-AHS, parted out,
				now derelict at Addis Ababa-BoleAirport
			77201 (c/n 16785/33533) to Philippine AF
			77202 (c/n 16786/33534) 
			77203 (c/n 16787/33535)
			77204 (c/n 16788/33536) converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N49249
			77205 (c/n 16789/33537)
			77206 (c/n 16790/33538) 
			77207 (c/n 16791/33539) to RAF as Dakota IV KP237 Jun 1945.  W/o Jul 8, 1946 with 76 Sqdn
				when bogged down in the sand on a beach strip in India.
			77208 (c/n 16792/33540) to RAF as Dakota IV KP238 Jun 1945.  SOC Sep 5,1950.
				Rebuilt as CF-GBI.  To RCAF as 10915.  Renumbered 12969 in 1970.
			77209 (c/n 16793/33541) to RAF as Dakota IV KP239 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Jan 30, 1947
			77210 (c/n 16794/33542) to RAF as Dakota IV KP240 Jun 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Nov 27, 1947.  Became N29DR and converted to 
				Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 13), at which point c/n appears to have 
				been changed to 33568. To Guatemalan AF as TG-FAG-590.
			77211 (c/n 16795/33543) to RAF as Dakota IV KP241 Jun 1945.  Crashed on
				overshoot and destroyed by fire, Stoney Cross Apr 3,1946.
			77212 (c/n 16796/33544) to RAF as Dakota IV KP242 Jul 1945.  SOC Jun 13, 1950
			77213 (c/n 16797/33545) to RAF as Dakota IV KP243 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			77214 (c/n 16798/33546) to RAF as Dakota IV KP244 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAF Aug 25, 1948.
				Converted to VC-47D
			77215 (c/n 16799/33547) to RAF as Dakota IV KP245 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Royal Rhodesian AF as SR154 Jun 16,1955.  To Zambia AF as AF-102.  Crashed at Londozi, Zambia Aug 8, 1964.
			77216 (c/n 16800/33548) to RAF as Dakota IV KP246 Jun 1945.  Sold Apr 23, 1952.
				Registered G-AMSU May 16, 1952.  WFU at Lasham Feb 6, 1969 and
				scrapped.
			77217 (c/n 16801/33549) to RAF as Dakota IV KP247 Jun 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Dec 11, 1946
			77218 (c/n 16802/33550) to RAF as Dakota IV KP248 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Sep 3, 1954
			77219 (c/n 16803/33551) to RAF as Dakota IV KP249 Jun 1945.  SOC Jul 28, 1947
			77220 (c/n 16804/33552) to RAF as Dakota IV KP250 Jul 1945.  Transferred to
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 24, 1954.  To GA+111, AS+586, GR+11-, XA+116, 14+11, N90904,
				SAAF 6890, N149RD.  Fuselage stored outside at Wonderboom, N of Pretoria, South Africa, awaiting turboprop
				conversion.
			77221 (c/n 16805/33553) to RAF as Dakota IV KP251 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Military Assistance Advisory Group Aug 25, 1954
			77222 (c/n 16806/33554) to RAF as Dakota IV KP252 Jun 1945.  Returned to
				USAAF Sep 22, 1948. To Spanish AF as T.3-24.
			77223 (c/n 16807/33555) to RAF as Dakota IV KP253 Jun 1945.  Transferred
				to Greek AF Jul 18, 1949
			77224 (c/n 16808/33556) to RAF as Dakota IV KP254 Jun 1945.  Registered G-AMJY Jun 2, 1951.
				Became 4R-ACI Nov 1959.  Reported 2005 in Sri Lanka AF Museum, painted as CR-822
			77225 (c/n 16809/33557) to RAF as Dakota IV KP255 Jun 1945, then to Greek AF as KP255.
			77226 (c/n 16810/33558) to RAF as Dakota IV KP256 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF 
				Sep 22, 1948
			77227 (c/n 16811/33559) to RAF as Dakota IV KP257 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947.
			77228 (c/n 16812/33560) to RAF as Dakota IV KP258 Jun 1945.  Transferred to 
				Military Assistance Advisory Group Nov 15, 1954.
			77229 (c/n 16813/33561) to RAF as Dakota IV KP259 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947.  By 1955 was AP-ACZ of Pakistan International Airlines
			77230 (c/n 16814/33562) to RAF as Dakota IV KP260 Jun 1945.  SOC Apr 24, 1947.
			77231 (c/n 16815/33563) to RAF as Dakota IV KP261 Jun 1945.  W/o Jun 6, 1946 with 76 Sqdn
				when hangar collapsed in a storm at Palem, India
			77232 (c/n 16816/33564) to RAF as Dakota IV KP262 Jun 1945.  Returned to USAAF Nov 27, 1947
			77233 (c/n 16817/33565) to RAF as Dakota IV KP263 Jul 1945.  SOC Jan 17, 1950
			77234 (c/n 16818/33566) to RAF as Dakota IV KP264 Jun 1945.  W/o Jun 26, 1946 with 77 Sqdn
				when crashed after striking trees while overflying DZ during supply drop
				near Rawalpindi, India.
			77235 (c/n 16819/33567) to RAF as Dakota IV KP265 Jul 1945.  Transferred to Military
				Assistance Advisory Group Sep 17, 1954.
			77235 (c/n 16819/33567) to RAF as Dakota IV KP265 Jul 1945.  Returned to USAF.  
				Became N146Z and converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 7). 
				To US Forest Service as N115Z
			77236 (c/n 16820/33499) to RAF as Dakota IV KP266 Jun 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMSO, VP-KKH.
				Converted to turboprop power and now with Guatemalan AF as TG-FAG-2
			77237 (c/n 16821/33569) to RAF as Dakota IV KP267 Jun 1945.  Sold Apr 9, 1953, 
				registered G-AMZA Apr 16, 1953 but never converted for civilian use and
				broken up for spares at Croydon Jul 10, 1953
			77238 (c/n 16822/33570) to RAF as Dakota IV KP268 Jul 1945.  Returned to USAAF
				Nov 27, 1947.
			77239 (c/n 16823/33571) to RAF as Dakota IV KP269 Jun 1945.  Sold for spares 
				Apr 9, 1951.  To civil registry as G-AMYZ but never converted for civilian
				use and was broken up for spares at Croydon Jul 20, 1953.  N67674 has been quoted 
				with c/n 33571, but may be a fictitious c/n
			77240 (c/n 16824/33572) to RAF as Dakota IV KP270 Jun 1945.  Mussing from supply dropping
				mission, Mar 29, 1946, Bina, Burma.
				Aircraft with this c/n listed on civil registry as N4730V, but may be a fictitious c/n 
			77241 (c/n 16825/33573) to RAF as Dakota IV KP271.  Crashed May 4, 1946 in India after engine problems
				and forced landing at airstrip at Alwar, India which was too short and 
				aircraft overshot and was badly damaged.  Aircraft with c/n 33573
				also listed as N7431V, to Aerovias Brazil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AOB, 
				to Transportes Aereos Nacional (Nacional) as PP-AKB, to Brazilian AF as FAB 2074.
				WFU 1965, last seen stored in 1985.
			77242 (c/n 16826/33574) to RAF as Dakota IV KP272 Jun 1945.  SOC Mar 21, 1950
			77243 (c/n 16827/33575) to RAF as Dakota IV KP273 Jun 1945.  SOC Jul 5, 1950
			77244 (c/n 16828/33576) to RAF as Dakota IV KP274.  SOC Jul 5, 1950
			77245 (c/n 16829/33577) to RAF as Dakota IV KP275.  SOC Jun 22, 1950
			77246 (c/n 16830/33578) to RAF as Dakota IV KP276 Jul 1945.  DBR when struck while parked
				by Dakota KJ810 (ex 43-4833) at North Luffenham May 23, 1949
			77247 (c/n 16831/33579) to RAF as Dakota IV KP277 Jul 1945.  Sold Nov 13, 1962.
				Became PI-C481
			77248 (c/n 16832/33580) to RAF as Dakota IV KP278 Jul 1945.  Strafed by Spitfires of
				Egyptian AF and destroyed by fire, Ramat David May 22, 1948
			77249 (c/n 16833/33581) to RAF as Dakota IV KP279 Jul 1945.  To civil registry as G-AMNV Jan 16, 1952, then it became
				EC-ATM, then G-AMNV again, then SE-EDI, then G-AMNV yet again,then
				6V-AAM or 6V-AAW, then G-AMNV for a fourth time.  This registration
				was finaly cancelled Nov 11, 1965 on sale as VQ-ZEA.  Then became ZS-NPI,
				then ZS-ASN, then A2-HDL, then ZS-ASN yetagain then PR-MGF, then ZS-ASN
				a fourth time. Registration PR-MSY reserved early 2007.  ZS-ASN reserved yet
				again Feb 15, 2008.  Converted by Basler at some point
				to BT-67 turboprop variant (conversion no. 11).  
			77250 (c/n 16834/33582) converted to VC-47D
			77251 (c/n 16835/33583)
			77252 (c/n 16836/33584) 
			77253 (c/n 16837/33585) converted to C-47D
			77254 (c/n 16838/33586) converted to VC-47D
			77255 (c/n 16839/33587) 
			77256 (c/n 16840/33588)
			77257 (c/n 16841/33589)
			77258 (c/n 16842/33590) to Colombia Jan 1946
			77259 (c/n 16843/33591) converted to C-47D
			77260 (c/n 16844/33592) crashed 3 mi E of Fairfield-Suison AFB, CA
				Dec 16, 1948 while attempting landing in poor visibility.  All
				3 crew killed. 
			77261 (c/n 16845/33593, 274th TCW, 21st TCS) lost on leaflet dropping mission along Seoul-
				Wonsan Highway Apr 30, 1951.
			77262 (c/n 16846/33594) 
			77263 (c/n 16847/33595) converted to AC-47D
			77264 (c/n 16848/33596) converted to VC-47D
			77265 (c/n 16849/33597) delivered to USAAF. Assigned to 4FrG at Memphis Municipal Apt., TN. While parked at Biggs Field, Texas was DBR when a 
				C-45F (44-47426) on take-off crashed into it on  Oct 25, 1946. 
			77266 (c/n 16850/33598) to Airline Transport Carriers as NC36480.  
				Crashed in Diablo Canyon, CA Jan 28, 1948 in flight from Oakland IAP,CA
				to Imperial County Airport, CA carrying Mexican deportees.  No. 1
				engine caught fire and left wing fell off.  3 crew and 29
				passengers killed.
			77267 (c/n 16851/33599) converted to VC-47D
			77268 (c/n 16852/33600) converted to VC-47D
			77269 (c/n 16853/33601) 
			77270 (c/n 16854/33602) converted to VC-47D
			77271 (c/n 16855/33603) 
			77272 (c/n 16856/33604) to civil registry as N73855, then T3-40 with Spanish AF, then back to 
				civilian registry as G-BFPW, then N3753N.
			77273 (c/n 16857/33605) 
			77274 (c/n 16858/33606)
			77275 (c/n 16859/33607) converted to C-47D
			77276 (c/n 16860/33608) delivered to USAAF assigned to 6WS/8WG at Albrook Field, CZ, on Sep 19, 1947 damaged in a ground collision. 
				This C-47 was put on storage as CB310 at Davis Monthan AFB on Jul 7, 1969 until it was bought by the Colombian Air Force in April 1976 
				under MAP. To Columbia's government owned airline Servicio Aéreo a Territorios Nacionales (SATENA) registered FAC-1126. 
				W/o (DBR) when it crashed May 3, 1983 in an accident at Palmaseca Airport, Cali, Columbia.
			77277 (c/n 16861/33609) to civil registry as G-APPJ, then Ghana civil registry as 9G-AAC, then to Nigerian civil 
				registry as 5N-ATB.
			77278 (c/n 16862/33610) converted to VC-47D.  To Spanish civil registry as EC-ARV with Subsecretaria de Aviacion Civil
				Oct 21, 1963.  Scrapped Madrid 1980.
			77279 (c/n 16863/33611)
			77280 (c/n 16864/33612) converted to SC-47D.  To civil registry as N87636, N12155, TI-1042C,
				HP-393, N87636, XW-TDC.  W/o Jul 23, 1970 in landing at Long Cheng, operated by Xieng Khouang A.T.
			77281 (c/n 16865/33613) to civil registry as NC63288, then N97H
			77282 (c/n 16866/33614) 
			77283 (c/n 16867/33615) converted to C-47D.  To Vietnam AF.  To Cambodian AF May 11, 1973.  W/o May 1974 in Cambodia.
			77284 (c/n 16868/33616) converted to VC-47D
			77285 (c/n 16869/33617)
			77286 (c/n 16870/33618)
			77287 (c/n 16871/33619) converted to C-47D
			77288 (c/n 16872/33620) converted to C-47D
			77289 (c/n 16873/33621) 
			77290 (c/n 16874/33622) converted to AC-47
			77291 (c/n 16875/33623) 
			77292 (c/n 16876/33624) converted to C-47D.  Mar 28, 1950 Stephenville-Ernest Harmon AFB, Newfoundland
              		Ground-looped during a landing accident. Written off (damaged beyond repair) 
			77293 (c/n 16877/33625) converted to VC-47D
			77294 (c/n 16878/33626) 
44-77295/77443	Curtiss C-46D-5-CU Commando
			c/n 32691/32839
			77295 (c/n 32691) condemned Jan 23, 1946, salvage by ANLC
			77296 (c/n 32692) condemned Feb 7, 1946, salvage by ANLC
			77297 (c/n 32693) to Indian government.  To N68850.  To Mexico as XA-LOS for Serocarga Especializada
				of Guadalajara.  Crashed on landing Feb 22, 1966
			77298 (c/n 32694) condemned Jan 21, 1916, salvage by ANLC
			77299 (c/n 32695) condemned Sep 4, 1945, salvage, obsolete
			77300 (c/n 32696, 4th CCG) crashed near Yazugyo, Burma Dec 19, 1944.   MACR 11093
			77301 (c/n 32697) condemned Jan 21, 1946, salvaged by ANLC
			77302 (c/n 32698) condemned FEb 7, 1946, salvaged by ANLD
			77303 (c/n 32699/CU1235) to CF-JIL, then to N75926 for Zantop Air Transport in 1962,
				In 1964 to Webair, Inc of Vermont still as N75926.  Damaged on night landing
				landing Oct 29, 1965 at Pouso Algre, Minas Gerais, Brazil when undercarriage hit truck.
				Aircraft was seto on fire by the crew to destroy contraband cargo of whisky, cigarettes, and
				radios.
			77304 (c/n 32700) to Indian government, to YV-C-ARX, to N5132B Riddle Airlines, w/o 13 Sept. 1965, Dover AFB, Delaware
			77305 (c/n 32701) condemned Sep 17, 1945, salvage, obsolete
			77306 (c/n 32702) to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
			77307 (c/n 32703/CU1239) delivered to USAAF Oct 25, 1944. Attached to 15CCS/4CCG. DBR in a 
				landing accident at  Imphal, India on Dec 12, 1944. Surveyed Dec 16, 1944.
			77308 (c/n 32704) to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
			77309 (c/n 32705) condemned Feb 10, 1946, salvage by ANLC
			77310 (c/n 32706) to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
			77311 (c/n 32707) excluded Aug 1, 1946
			77312 (c/n 32708) Condemned Apr 21, 1946.  Reclamation completed Mar 8, 1949 at Clark
			77313 (c/n 32709) to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946
			77314 (c/n 32710) condemned Apr 21, 1947.  Reclamation completed Mar 8, 1949 at Clark
			77315 (c/n 32711) condemned Apr 21, 1947
			77316 (c/n 32712) condemned Apr 21, 1947
			77317 (c/n 37213) condemned Sep 30, 1945, accident, non-combat
			77318 (c/n 37214) condemned Apr 21, 1947.  Reclamation completed Mar 8, 1949 at Clark
			77319 (c/n 37215) condemned Apr 21, 1947
			77320 (c/n 32716/CU1252) delivered to USAAF Oct 26, 1944. Crashed Mar 22, 1945,  19 km (11.9 mls) SW of 
				Slater, MO,  on a local instrument training flight out of Sedalia AAF. The airplane crashed following 
				the consecutive failure of both wings. Investigators speculated that the wings failed in an 
				overstress situation during a possible unusual attitude recovery. Two killed.
			77321 (c/n 32717/CU1253) delivered to USAAF Oct 27, 1944. Crashed Sep 21, 1945. 
			77332 (c/n 32728/CU1264) delivered to USAAF Oct 30, 1944. Missing Jan 2, 1945 south-west Pacific, MACR 12254. 
				Written off Jan 4, 1945. 
			77336 (375th TCG) MIA May 26, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77338 (c/n 32734/CU1270) delivered to USAAF Oct 30, 1944. Crashed Aug 27, 1945.
			77339 (375th TCG) lost Jan 25, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77341 (433rd TCG) lost Mar 10, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77343 (c/n 32739/CU1275) delivered to USAAF Nov 1, 1944. Crashed Jan 5, 1945
			77350 (c/n 32746) to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77353 (433rd TCG) MIA Jun 11, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77359 to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77362 (c/n 32758) to 51-1119 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
			77365 to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77367 (433rd TCG) lost Mar 10, 1945, SW Pacific
			77369 (433rd TCG) lost May 17, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77372 to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77373 (433rd TCG) lost Mar 12, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77379 to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77385 to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77396 (58th TCS, 375th TCG) missing Jan 25, 1945 on flight from
				Biak to Tacloban
			77403 (c/n 32799) crashed Mar 23, 1946
			77404 (c/n 32800) w/o Mar 25, 1945
			77406 (c/n 32802) crashed May 10, 1945
			77407 (c/n 32803, 437th TC, 84th TCS) ditched near Korea Jan 21, 1952 with runaway engine.
			77409 (c/n 32805) w/o Feb 19, 1945
			77410 (c/n 32806) crashed Mar 16, 1945
			77411 (c/n 32807) w/o Mar 4, 1945
			77415 (c/n 32811, 375th TCG) MIA Jun 10, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77419 (c/n 32815) to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77420 (c/n 32816, 375th TCG) MIA Jan 29, 1945.  MACR 13781.  Also qouted as surplus 1959. 
				To N9827Z/N9075R/HK-758. DBR Mar 4, 1967 in t/off accident Bogota, Colombia
			77421 (c/n 32817) to 91-1147 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
			77423 (c/n 32819) w/o Bergstrom AAF, TX Feb 4, 1945
			77424 (c/n 32820) to 51-1101 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.  To US civil registry as N5579Z.
				Consigned to Hurlburt Field, FL Oct 11, 1986.  Seen at Hurlburt Field, FL. Sep 2003.
			77425 (c/n 32821) to MASDC as CN0082.  Still there Aug 1976
			77427 (c/n 32823) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-329 or 61-329. Sold to Trans Peruana as OB-R-806.  WFU Lima 1971
			77428 (c/n 32824) to 91-1148 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
			77429 (c/n 32825, 2346 AFRTC) to RFC at Walnut Ridge Nov 30, 1945, back to USAF May 21, 1948.  Converted to
				TC-46D Aug 8, 1949.  Crashed 3/4 mi W of Hamilton AFB, CA.  Reclamation authorized Aug 14, 1950, completed
				Aug 24, 1950.
			77430 sold from Davis-Monthan AFB Jan 26, 1965
			77435 (c/n 32831) to civil registry as N74688 Apr 9, 1948, to C-74X Jul 1, 1949, to C-74 HK-74 (ntu), N74688 Jan 14, 1957.  
				To Companhia Itau de Transportes Aereos (ITAU) registred as PP-ITK but NTU and to PP-NAO Oct 18, 1957, to.
				Damaged Mar 1, 1960 but repaired and in 1976 was in use with Servicos de Aerotaxi de Abastecimento do Vale 
				Amazonico (SAVA).  To CP-1588 in 1980
			77439 (c/n 32835) to 61-1129 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored
			77440 to N50003, then to Linea Aeropostal Venezolana (LAV) as YV-C-AML
44-77444/77893	Curtiss C-46D-10-CU Commando
			c/n 32840/33289
			77513, 77560, 77577, 77619, 77624, 77692, 77702, 77725 to TC-46
			77444 was C-46A-55-CU
			77445 to N90131, then to Cuba Aeropostal as CU-C343
			77446 was C-46A-55-C
			77452 (433rd TCG) lost Jan 15, 1945, SW Pacific.
			77469 (c/n 32865) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-322. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAM-578 
				and later re-registered OB-R-578. Sold to Aerovias Halcon of Argentina as LV-PQC. 
				Sold and re-registered and N1268.
			77470 (c/n 32866) to N51738 Apr 29, 1948, then AP-ADU Aug 2, 1950, then N51738 again Sep 13, 1951, then to
				Montreal Air Services as CF-IHR, operated by World Wide Airways.  Overran runway Sep 23, 1956 at
				DEW Line Site 28 Canada
			77471 (c/n 32867) to Peruvian Air Force as 61-326. Sold to Trans 
				Peruana as OB-R-804.  WFU at Lima prior 1971
			77472 (c/n 32868/CU1404) MIA, condemned Mar 26, 1945.
			77473 (c/n 32869/CU1405) MIA, condemned Mar 24, 1945.
			77474 (c/n 32870/CU1406) MIA, condemned Mar 24, 1945.
			77475 (c/n 32871/CU1407) WFU and stored Apr 1947.
			77476 (c/n 32872/CU1408) crrashed, condemned Mar 9, 1945.
			77477 (c/n 32873/CU1409) DBR May 16, 1945
			77478 (c/n 32874/CU1410) crashed, condemned Aug 11, 1945.
			77482 (c/n 32878) To UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947. To XT-?/N8418C. Cvtd to C-46R. To N9885F Feb 1, 1957. 
				Hydroplaned off runway at Baton Rouge, LA Nov 24, 1964.
			77483 to UNRRA/CNRRA/Civil Air Transport May 19, 1947
			77509 (c/n 32905) to Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) as 71-1131 in 1957, to Seletar
				Air Services in 1977 as N54512.  Leased to OASIS from Jun 1978 as RP-C-184.  Derelict
				by 1990.  To Manila Air Transport Services in 1991, broken up in 1992.
			77511 (c/n 32907) to 51-1102 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  To N54513 Aug 1978, cancelled Oct 20, 1979.
				Derelict at Manila Feb 1981.
			77512 (c/n 32908/CU1444) delivered to USAAF Dec 8, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
				Germany Mar 24 1945, MACR 13422.
			77513	to RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 9, 1946. Back to USAF May 21, 1948. Cvtd TC-46D Jul 16, 1949. 
				Reclam auth Aug 12, 1950, compl Dec 6, 1950.
			77514 (c/n 32910) to 51-1103 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
			77515 (c/n 32911) to 61-1128 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), to N54511
			77518 (c/n 32914/CU1450) delivered to USAAF Dec 4, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity 
				over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13423.
			77524	To RFC Walnut Ridge Oct 9, 1946. Back to USAF Mar 21, 1948. Cvtd TC-46D Aug 25, 1949
			77525 (c/n 32921/CU1457) delivered to USAAF Dec 5, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 49TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
				Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13426.
			77528 (c/n 32924) to PP-NMD, Navegacao Aerea Brasileira (NAB), w/o May 03, 1960 
				at Ramey AFB, PR.  Struck a small hill on approach, all 5 on board killed. PP-NMD is quoted as c/n 242 
				(c/n 43-47171) by Aviation Safety Network.
			77531 (c/n 32927) to MASDC as CN0084.  Still there Aug 1976.
			77537 (c/n 32933) to Indian Government as VT-DVP Dec 4, 1965.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973
			77538 (c/n 32934, 315th TCW, 34th TCS) crashed into Sea of Japan after takeoff from K-18, Korea Oct 16, 1952.  25 killed.
			77540 (c/n 32936) to RFC Walnut Ridge Feb 7, 1946. Back to USAF Mar 9, 1948. Cvtd EC-46D Feb 21, 1949. 
				Reclamation authorized Apr 6, 1949, completed Feb 24, 1949. To N8008E May 28, 1959; N9003E Mar 22, 1961; 
				N2424J Aug 29, 1961; N6376F Nov 15, 1961; CC-CAM; CP-1593
			77542 (c/n 32938/CU1474) delivered to USAAF Dec 7, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 29TCS, Crashed during Operation 
				Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13418.
			77544 (c/n 32940) to N105Z, N10592, CC-CDH.
			77545 retired to Davis Monthan.  Sold Mar 2, 1965.  To N32227 of C-46 Parts, Inc
				Apr 1969, then to Aerovias Las Minas As CP-973
			77546 to N9894Z, used by CIA in Bay of Pigs invasion, later flown as AN-AMG for a time.
			77547 to South Korean AF
			77548 to VT-DVQ Aug 17, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973
			77552 crashed Sep 1, 1967 at Howard AFB, Panama.  There were fatalities.
			77554 (c/n 32950/CU1486) delivered to USAAF Dec 9, 1944. Transferred Feb 22, 1946 to Reconstruction Finance Corporation. WFU & stored Walnut 
				Ridge, Arkansas. Reg. NC51743. China National Aviation Corp. (CNAC) bought Sep 1948 reg. XT-156. Civil Air Transport, bought Dec 1948 
				reg. N8380C. Tfd to Civil Air Transport, Inc. on Jul 8, 1950 rereg. B-856. Tfd to Air Asia in 1956. Sold to CATCL Sep 7, 1960, 
				rereg. B-908 Nov 1960. Leased from CATCL and subleased by Air America to Air Asia. W/o when it crashed near Taichung on Jun 20, 1964 
				after takeoff enroute to Taipei, causing 57 fatalities. The cause of the accident seems to have been an attempt to hijack the 
				aircraft, because, as the medical examiner noticed, the pilot had “a small hole at the right side of the face”.
			77558 (c/n 32954) registered as HK-390 and operated by Lloyd Aereo Colombiano.
				Crashed on final approach to Bogota-Eldorado Airport during flight from 
				Miami to Barranquilla, Medellin, and Bogota Apr 19, 1960.  6 crew
				of 7 and 31 passengers of 44 killed.
			77559 (c/n 32955) to MASDC as CN0085.  Still there Aug 1976.  Preserved at Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, CA.  Noted
				Oct 10, 2008 as unrestored hulk in the storage yard of the museum.
			77563 (c/n 32959/CU495) WFU and stored 1959.  Bought by C-46 Parts INc
				Oct 1973 and registered N91371.  Bought by Servicios Aereos Virgen de Copacabana
				(SAVCO) Jan 1974 registeed as CP-1063.  Crashed Apr 24, 1975,
				Sayari, Bolivia when struck Machu Sayari mountain while descending
				in IMC conditions.
			77564 (c/n 32960) to NC51802, XT-160 of CNAC, N8381C of Civil Air
				Transport, N4658V, N612Z, to N609SE of Span East Airlines.  By 1975 was in
				use with with Caribbean Air Services of St Croix, Virgin Islands.
			77565 (c/n 32961) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-331.
			77575 (c/n 32971) to Japan Air Self Defence Force as 51-1124, to N54510.  Now 
				at Castle Air Museum, California.   Named "Dinjan in Oct 1987 and in 2014 as "Honey Gal".
			77577 crashed on takeoff Myrtle Beach, SC May 23, 1950.  39 killed.
			77581 (c/n 32977/CU1513) delivered to USAAF Dec 16, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 47TCS, Crashed during Operation 
				Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13420.
			77582 (c/n 32978/CU1514) delivered to USAAF Dec 15, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 29TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over Germany 
				Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13419.
			77583 (c/n 32979/CU1515) delivered to USAAF Feb 1, 1945. Attached to 313 TCG, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
				Germany Mar 24, 1945, 
			77584 (c/n 32980) to 51-1104 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
			77586 (c/n 32982/CU1518) to RFC Jan 16, 1946.  Bought by Aerovisas 
				Nacionles del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) as HC-SCA.  Crashed July 17, 1946 Cuenca, Ecuador, killing
				all 30 on board.
			77588 (c/n 32984/CU1520) to MAP Feb 18, 1966.  Davis Monthan to AIIMF, Miami Feb 18, 1966. Indian Ministry of External 
				Affairs bought Aug 17, 1967 reg. VT-DVO. Returned to the 56th Special Operations Wing, Takhli, as 44-77588 from GI
				(outside USAF) on 28 February 1970. Transferred to outside USAF again on Apr 1, 1973. WFU & stored 1974.  
			77589 (c/n 32985) to N9458Z with Southern Air Transport in 1960, then Civil Air Transport, 
				then to OASIS in 1975 as RP-C1462.  Broken up in mid 1980s.
			77590 (c/n 32986/CU1522) delivered to USAAF Dec 16, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG, Crashed during Operation Varsity over 
				Germany Mar 24, 1945, 
			77592 (c/n 32988) to South Korean AF.  Now at Korean War Memorial
			77595 (c/n 32991/CU1527) delivered to USAAF Dec 19, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 47TCS, Crashed during Operation 
				Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13421.
			77602 (c/n 32998/CU1534) delivered to USAAF Dec 20, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation 
				Varsity over Germany Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13425. 
			77604 (c/n 33000/CU1536) delivered to USAAF Dec 19, 1944. Attached to 313 TCG 29TCS, Crashed on a freight run, 
				after a mid air with RCAF Spitfire IX (possibly ML232) over Kent, England on Apr 11, 1945, four fatal.
			77605 (c/n 33001) to N9700Z Intermountain Aviation, Marana, AZ later N56371.
				Used to support Project Coldfeet by Intermountain Aviation, a company 
				secretly owned by the CIA, in the arctic during the period May-June 1962. 
			77608 (c/n 33004) to Taiwan as 48264.  Seen in 1969.
			77609 (c/n 33005) YV-C-ARD RANSA.  Crashed into the sea Apr 26, 1955 north of 
				Tanaguarena.
			77614 (c/n 33010) to MASDC as CN0088.  Still there Aug 1976.
			77621 to B-1513, to XV-NIG, to B-1513 again.  WFU Feb 5, 1971.
			77626 SOC Aug 16, 1963.  To N10704, to VT-DRM MAr 31, 1964.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  May have gone on
				 to clandestine duties.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77632 to B-1517, to XV-NIF, to XV-NII, to B-1517 again.  WFU in 1970
			77634 (c/n 33030) to 61-1126 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored.
			77635 To MASDC as CN0089, still there Aug 1976.  Now at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			77637 (c/n 33033/CU1569) delivered to USAAF Jan 11, 1945. Attached to 313 TCG 48TCS, Crashed during Operation Varsity over Germany 
				Mar 24, 1945, MACR 13424.
			77641 (c/n 33037/CU1573)  delivered to USAAF Jan 5, 1945. Attached to 471TCS/313TCG at Achiet (B-54), France, DBR when it suffered a ground 
				accident and fire Apr 11, 1945.
			77645 (c/n 33041/CU1577) delivered to USAAF 05/1/45. While attached to 313th TCG aircraft took part in Operation Varsity (Allied Airborne 
				Assault Over the Rhine River)as Chalk 44 radio call sign V. On 24 March 1945 it was damaged by flak. When it made run in with both 
				gas tanks on fire, aircraft exploded when it struck the ground One paratrooper refused to jump , reason unknown. 
			77649 to Chinese AF as -C46313 Apr 1948
			77650 to MAP Oct 20, 1968
			77652 to Chinese AF as C-46315 Apr 1948.  Replaced 44-77871
			77653 (c/n 33049/CU1585) delivered to USAAF Jan 8, 1945.  Attached to 47 TCS/313 TCG at Achiet, France.  Damaged
				Apr 24, 1945 as Chalk 58 during Operation Varsity (Allied airborne assault over Rhine river).  DBR when fatally
				crashed at Hesdin, France Mar 27, 1945
			77654 (c/n 33050/CU1586)delivered to USAAF Jan 10, 1945. Attached to 49TCS/313TCG at Station 484, Folkingham, England. 
				Returning from a flight to B-54, Achiet, France the airplane and crew became lost on top of an overcast off the eastern coast of 
				England, one mile south of Orfordness, in the Humber Diver Area, a restricted area over the English Channel. The aircraft was shot
				 down at 2005 hours, 4 Mar 4, 1945, by friendly allied anti-aircraft (English Coastal defense guns) ground fire. Four fatal. At the 
				time the aircraft is believed to have been shot down, an enemy air raid was taking place.
			77656 (c/n 33052/CU1588) delivered to USAAF Jan 8, 1945. attached to 313TCG damaged by flak in Operation Varsity (Allied 
				Airborne Assault Over the Rhine River) on Apr 24, 1945, it then landed at Y-32 Openhoven, Belgium, reported to have 
				been w/o -DBR on Jun 5,1945. 
			77674 to MAP Oct 27, 1968.
			77681 (c/n 33077) to ROCAF as C46289.
			77687 (c/n 33083) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-332.
			77689 to Chinese AF as C-46321 in Apr 1948
			77690 SOC Sep 21, 1962.  Probably to clandestine duties.  To N10710, to VT-DRU Mar 31, 1964.  Returned to USAZF
				Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77691 (c/n 33087/CU1623), as N4880V next for Capitol Airways ('54-'55), 
				then Universal Airlines, then as TI-1019 for Aerolineas Nacionales. March 30, 1958 
				hijacked and forced down by rebels 35 miles from Havana, Cuba and damaged beyond repair
			77704 (c/n 33100) to PP-VBI, Varig (Brazil).  W/o Aug 2, 1949, Brazil after aircraft
				caught fire in midair during flight from Sao Paulo to Porto Alegre and swung violently
				during emergency landing on rough ground.  5 killed out of 36 on board.
			77708 (c/n 33104) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-323. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAN-579 
				and later re-registered OB-R-579
			77709 to MAP Apr 1966.  To VT-DVR Aug 17, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77716 to MAP Sep 25, 1968
			77722 to MAP Apr 14, 1946..  To VT-DVN Dec 7, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77723 to Chinese AF as C-46319 Apr 1948
			77736 (c/n 33132) to B-874 Civil Air Transport
			77756 (c/n 33152) to B-872 Civil Air Transport
			77757 (c/n 33153) to B-876 Civil Air Transport, N8420C, N9883F for Trans Arctic 
				Air (AK), to CP-991.
			77801 to Chinese AF as C-46318 Apr 1948
			77808 to Chinese AF as C-46320 Apr 1948
			77810 (c/n 33206) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-324. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAO-580
				and later re-registered OB-R-580
			77811 (c/n 33207) to ROCAF as C46253
			77812 (c/n 33208) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-325.
			77813 (c/n 33209) to Cuba Aeropostal as CU-C202 then to Cubana.
			77814 (c/n 33210) became NC1635M, then YV-C-AQE, then N1829M, then
				HK-513.  W/o Jun 25, 1957
			77816 to Chinese AF as C-46215 Apr 1948.
			77823 (c/n 33219) to ROCAF as C46261
			77827 to Chines AF as C-46322 Apr 1948
			77839 struck tower Hindhead, UK while flying visual in IMC May 6, 1945.  30 killed.
			77840 (c/n 33236) to civilian registry as N1657M. Sold to ANDES of Peru as OB-OAB-244. 
				Sold to CINTA of Chile as CC-CAT-0367. Sold to Linea Aerea Condor as CC-CAT. Sold to 
				LATISA.
			77841 (c/n 33237) to ROCAF as C46216
			77846 (c/n 33242) to N9891Z with Capitol Airlines Mar 1961. To Ortner Air Services, to Trans Continental 
				Airlines (Willow Run). To C-FAVO.
			77847 (c/n 33243) to PP-VBY, to N355BY Carolina Aircraft Corp./Florida 
				Aircraft Leasing, w/o Nov 15, 1980 Norman Cay, Bahamas operated by BWI 
				Leasing.
			77849 (c/n 33245) to CB-47, Frigorificos Co-operative Los Andes, crashed La Paz-El 
				Alto (Bolivia) Nov 8, 1950
			77851 to MAP Sep 25, 1968.  Went to Republic of Korea AF
			77852 (c/n 33248) by 1954 was TI-1010 of Lineas Aereas Costarricenses S.A.
			77853 to MAP May 10, 1966. To VT-DWS Dec 17, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77854 (c/n 33250/CU1786) crashed Jul 2, 1945.
			77857 (c/n 33253/CU1788) crashed May 31, 1945.
			77858 (c/n 33254) PP-VBQ, to N355BQ Carolina Aircraft Corp./Florida Aircraft Leasing, 
				to HR-LAJ has had temp. Reg. of YV-C-SBR.
			77859 (c/n 33255) to 61-1127 Japan Air Self Defence Force, withdrawn from 
				use and stored - Harada Air Park, Kawaguchiku, Japan
			77860 (c/n 33256) to Chinese AF as C-46317 Apr 1948
			77861 (c/n 33257) w/o May 6, 1945 when crashed at Long Man Hill, Wilmington, England
			77865 (c/n 33261/CU1797) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948.
			77867 (c/n 33263/CU1799) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948.
			77868 (c/n 33264) HK-494 Lineas Interamericana Aérea. To N10416 
				Riddle Airlines, to Zantop.
			77873 to MAP Jun 17, 1966.  To VT-DWZ Feb 15, 1968.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973
			77875 (c/n 32371/CU 1807) to Intercontinental Aerea de Cuba as CU-T449.
				To El Al Israel Air Lines as 4X-ALB, to Mexican Air Force as X-T-1,
				to Cordova Air Lines (of AK) as N10012.  In 1957 to Reeve Aleutian
				Airways, Inc still as N10012.  Ground looped after landing on ice
				Feb 17,1966 at Homer, AK.  Repaired.  W/o Feb 17, 1971 when
				nosed up on touchdown on an ice covered lake near Nondalton
				Airport, AK).  Nose section, including cockpit, broke off when plane
				broke through the ice.
			77876 to Chinese AF as C-46214 Apr 21, 1948.  This replaced 44-77646
			77877 (c/n 33273) to HK-603 Lineas Interamericana Aérea. Destroyed by fire Jan 31, 1954
				after emergency belly landing near Techo, Colombia.
			77878 to MAP Jun 27, 1966.  To VT-DWY Dec 7, 1967.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77880 (c/n 33276) to CU-C264, to N66326 Flying W Airways (NJ). To Colombian civil registry
				as HK-1715.  Hulk Bogota
			77883 (c/n 33279 SOC Aug 19, 1963.  Probably to clandestine activities.  TO N10703, to VT-DRN Feb 22, 1964.
				Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77887 (c/n 33283) after the USAAF became CU-P197 for Corporacion Aero Nacional of Cuba. 
				Next it became XH-TNE (Honduran) for TAN Honduras, only next to become CB-67 for LAB 
				in Bolivia.  Then to PP-LPH Linhas Aéreas Paulistas.  Crashed Mar 4, 1954 into 
				Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  An attempt to land on one engine was made. Following a
				hard landing on one wheel, full power was applied by the instructor because 
				another aircraft had entered the runway. The engine failed on climbout and the 
				C-46 struck the mast of a ship, causing it to crash into the sea.
			77889 (c/n 33285) to 51-1122 with Japan Air Self Defence Force, to N54514 Everts 
				Air Fuel unused Air cargo Express (AK) owned by Clifford Everets son Robert.
44-77894/78344	Curtiss C-46D-15-CU Commando
			c/n 33290/33740
			77978, 78029, 78040, 78047, 78513 to TC-46
			77895 (c/n 33291/CU1827) transferred to Chinese AF Mar 31, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948.
			77896 (c/n 33292) crashed Myitkyina Jul 30, 1945.
			77901 (c/n 33297) sold to Indian government Apr 10, 1946. Bought by Norman Korer 
				Aug 8, 1955 as N9899F.  Bought by L. B. Smith Aircraft Apr 2, 1957 and
				transferred to Madden and Playford Aircraft the same day.  To RANSA as
				YV-C-ARG Jul 3, 1957.  WFU and stored at Miami in 1964.
			77909 (c/n 33305/CU1841) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948.
			77912 (c/n 33308/CU1844) DBR Apr 25, 1945.
			77914 (c/n 33310/CU1846) transferred to Chinese AF Mar 31, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948.
			77916 (c/n 33312/CU1848) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948.
			77917 (c/n 33313/CU1849) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948
			77919 (c/n 33315/CU1851) DBR Apr 14, 1945
			77920 to South Korean AF
			77922 (c/n 33318/CU1854) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948
			77923 (c/n 33319/CU1855) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and
				stored 1948
			77924 (c/n 33320/CU1856) crashed Oct 7, 1945.
			77934 (c/n 33330) to 71-1134 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  Crashed on takeoff Feb 14, 
				1969, Matsushima AB, Japan.
			77941 (c/n 33337, 6332 ABG) crashed after ground looping in takeoff
				accident at Kadena AB, Okinawa Apr 10, 1950.
			77950 (c/n 33346) CB-43, Frigorifico Co-operative Los Andes.  In accident Sep 29,
				1951 La Paz-El Alto, Bolivia. 
			77951 (c/n 33347) to MAP Sep 22, 1966.
			77954 (c/n 33350) to 71-1133 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), to N54586.
			77957 (c/n 33353) to 71-1135 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), to N54588.
			77972 (c/n 33368) to 51-1105 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF).  WFU and stored.
			77976 (c/n 33372/CU1908) to RFC Mar 8, 1946.  WFU and stored at Walnut Ridge,
				Arkansas.  Bought by United Services For Air Apr 5, 1948 as NC51820.
				Bought by China National Aviation Corp Jul 26, 1948 as XT-156.  Bought
				by Civil Air Transport Dec 19, 1949 as N8379C.  Reregistered
				Mar 1950 as B-854.  Sold to Los Hermanos Sebastian y Gomez SA of
				Panama May 1963.  Interests of Los Hermanos transferred to
				TASA (Turismo Aereo SA) of Panama with concurrence of Air Asia and
				reregistered as HP-314P (no. 2) to TASA.  The provisional HP 
				registration was not taken up but cancelled Aug 10, 1964.  Bought
				by Indian Ministry of External Affairs Sep 1960 and registered as 
				VT-DRI Oct 5, 1963 assigned to Aviation Research Center (which was an
				Indian intelligence agency acting in cooperation with the CIA) and used to
				fly secret missions in support of agents in Tibet.  Returned
				to Air Asia Co, Ltd Sep 1964 as B-926, reregistered XW-DGD for
				Air America May 1969.  Flown to Tainan and put into inactive storage
				Jul 22, 1971.  Scrapped at Tainan Feb 1974.
			77979 (c/n 33375) to MAP Sep 22, 1966.
			77980 (c/n 33376/CU1912) WFU and stored 1959.  Bought by Capitol Airways
				Feb 8, 1961 and registered as N9892Z.  Leased by Lufthansa Mar 1964,
				returned in 1969.  Bought by Shamrock Airlines Feb 22, 1973.
				Bought by Caribbean Air Services Sep 17, 1976.  Bought by Efrain
				Arroyo Arroyd Mar 18, 1977.  Carib west leased it in 1978.  Bought
				by Frank gonzales Sep 26, 1980.  Bought by Aeromundo and registered
				as HI-503CT.  Bought by Aerolineas Mundo Jan 1987.  WFU and stored
				at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic Apr 1994.  W/o Sep 22 1998
				when DBR when blown into Lockheed L-1049 HI-548CT (ex 54-183) by
				Hurricane George.  Broken up early 1999.
			77981 (c/n 33377/CU1914) had landing accident Sep 10, 1950 at Wold-Chamberlain
				Field, MN, but was repaired.  WFU and stored in 1958.  SOC Aug 23, 1963.  To civil registry
				as N10709. Bought by Indian Government Ministry of External Affairs Jan 1964.  Ferried to
				India via Bahrain Jan 9, 1964.  Registered Feb 12, 1964 as VT-DRO
				for the Aviation Research Center (ARC).  The ARC was a front to coordinate aviation
				activities for the CIA.  WFU and stored 1973.  John Andrade has 
				this plane as going to South Korean AF at some stage.
			77982 (c/n 33378) SOC Aug 28, 1963.  Probably to clandestine activities.  TO N10708, to VT-DRT Feb 22, 1964.
				Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77983 (c/n 33379) by 1945 was TI-1008 of Lineas Aereas Costarricenses S.A.
			77984 (c/n 33380) to MAP Sep 29, 1968.
			77985 (c/n 33381/CU1917) to RFC Mar 22, 1946.  Somehow this plane landed in
				Mexico in 1948 with a load of weapons bound for the Dominican
				Republic.  This plane was operated by a group of Dominican exiles living in
				Cuba who wanted to invade the Dominican Republic in 1947-48 and
				overthrow the dictator Trujillo.  They formed their own air force,
				the Fuerza Aerea del Ejercito de la Revolucion Americana (FAERA).
				The plane was confiscated and turned over the Mexican AF
				as their first C-46.  As there were no spares, the plane was left out in the open
				unused.  Bought by American businessman Zygmut Warren who owned Cables ZETWU which
				was based in Mexico City and registered as XB-HUV. After a brief service
				in Mexico, bought by Paul Wiesner of Resort Airlines Oct 1951 as N75866. 
				Bought Aug 1954 by All American Airways.  Bought Feb 1961 by Aerovias Panama as HP-312.
				DBR in a forced landing at Maniamunda, Belgian Congo Jan 11, 1962
			77991 (c/n 33387) SOC Oct 5, 1963.  Probably to clandestine activities.  To N10707, to VT-DRZ Oct 1, 1964.  
				WFU Feb 27, 1970
			77995 (c/n 33391) SOC Sep 24, 1963.  Probably to clandestine activities.  To N10701, to VT-DRV Mar 31, 1964.  Returned to 
				USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			77996 (c/n 33392) SOC Sep 26, 1963.  Probably to clandestine activities.  to N1006, to VT-DSA Apr 5, 1965.  Returned to
				USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			78002 (c/n 33398/CU1934) WFU and stored Dec 1949.
			78003 (c/n 33399/CU1935) damaged in landing accident at Brady Field,
				Fukuoka, Japan Mar 8, 1951 while attached to 83rd TCS/437th TCG
				at Brady Field.  To JASDF (Japanese Air Self Defense Force) Jan 10, 1956
				as 51-1125.  DBR after ditching in sea near Okinawa Jul 5, 1967.
			78009 (c/n 33405) to MAP Sep 6, 1968.  To Republic of Korea AF
			78011 (c/n 33407/CU1943) to RFC Mar 7, 1946.  WFU and stored at Walnut
				Ridge, AR.  Ultimate fate uncertain.
			78013 (c/n 33409/CU1945)
			78015 (c/n 33411/CU1947) to RFC Mar 7, 1946.  To LACE Colombia as HK-807,
				to LEBCA (Lineas Expresa Bolivar CA of Caracas, Venezuela) as
				YV-C-LBI.  Flew into Mt La Culata, 32 KM NE of Merida, Venezuela.
				All 4 onboard killed.
			78018 (c/n 33414) last operations by 605th ACS, Howard AFB.  Now on display at USAF Museum, WPAFB, OH.
			78019 (c/n 33415/CU1951) delivered to USAAF Mar 1945, transferred to USAF Sep 18, 1947. Apr 14, 1952 assigned to 336TCSq, 
				514TCGP at Mitchel AFB, LI, NY was damaged in an incident at Attenbury AFB, Columbus, IN.  Went on display first at USAF 
				Museum and later transferred to Davis Monthan Air Force Base, AZ. The letter 'A' was added to the serial number
				to distinguish it from another type of aicraft that had the same last five digits of the serial number.
				G & G Steel Inc. bought Apr 12, 1965 and registered it as N32229.  C-46 Parts Inc. bought Apr 17, 1969. 
				Feb 26, 1974 Pima Air and Space Museum bought. WFU & placed on display. Transferred to Joe Davis 
				Heritage Airpark in Palmdale CA Jan 9, 2005.  Restoration completed Nov. 24, 2010 and placed on display.
			78021 (c/n 33417/CU1953) delivered to USAAF Mar 1945. Attached to 2584 AFRTC at Memphis, TN damaged when it struck C-47D (43-49770) in a 
				taxi accident May 4, 1950 at Tinker AFB, OK. Next attached to 2585 AFRFC at Miami Intl. Apt., FL, w/o when on Jan 10, 1955 ditched out 
				of gas 2 miles off shore, Long Beach, LI, NY.
			78022 (c/n 33418) to RFC Mar 3, 1946.  WFU and stored at Walnut
				Ridge, AR.  To ROCAF in 1949 as C46356.  WFU and stored 1973.
			78023 (c/n 33419) to MAP Oct 26, 1966.
			78025 (c/n 33421) to Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) in 1955 as 51-1106.  To Seletar
				Air Services as N54518 in 1977.  Leased by OASIS as RP-C189 from Jun 1978.  WFU in 1984.
				MATS leased from 1987.  Crashed into sea off Luzon in late 1980s. 
			78027 (c/n 33423) caught fire and crashed off Hokkaido, Japan Feb 1, 1954.  36 killed.
			78028 (c/n 33424) to MASDC as CN0093, still there Aug 1976.
			78031 (c/n 33427) to MAP Oct 26, 1966.
			78038 (437th TCW, 83rd TCS, c/n 33434) lost during night insertion mission Feb 19, 1952.  Double agent
				detonated grenade before bailout.
			78043 (c/n 33439) to MAP Oct 1966.  TO VT-DUX Aug 1969,  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			78051 (c/n 33447) to MAP Sep 6, 1968.
			78052 (c/n 33448) SOC Oct 1, 1963.  Probably to clandestine activities.  To VT-DRY
				of Ministry of External Affairs, India Jul 22, 1964.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970. WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			78053 (c/n 33449) to MAP Sep 22, 1966.
			78055 (c/n 33451/CU1987) bought by Jaime Camargo and registered as
				N9895Z.  Bought by Los Hermanos Sebastian y Gomez and registered
				as HP-314P.  Used in Bay of Pigs operation Apr 1961 as "887".
				Registration cancelled Oct 24, 1961.  B-918 registration issued
				for ferry from Miami to Taiwan.  Sold to Air Asia Nov 1, 1961
				as B-918 and leased to Air America.  Sold to USAID-Laos, of Vientiane
				Mar 8, 1963 as XW-EAB, operated by Bird and Sons and by
				Air America.  Sold May 29, 1964 to Royal Laotian Government
				as XW-PBW leased to Bird and Sons which became Continental
				Air Services Sep 1, 1965.  Slid off the runway at Vientiane
				May 15, 1973.  To Royal Air Lao Dec 1, 1973.
				Crashed 75mi NNE of Vientaine, Laos Oct 15, 1974.
			78059 (c/n 33455/CU1991) to Japanese Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) Dec
				21, 1955 as 51-1129.  DBR in belly landing Aug 21, 1964, Okayama, Japan 
			78060 (c/n 33456/CU1992) while with 2596 AFRTC at Hensley Field, TX
				was damaged by mechanical failure during takeoff Aug 3, 1950.
				Bought by Republic of Korea AF in 1967 and registered as 0-8060.
				WFU and stored Bupyong, South Korea in 1974.
			78061 (c/n 33457/CU1993) delivered to USAAF Mar 24, 1945.  Transferred
				to RFC Dec 1945.  WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.  To
				Transportes Aereos Universal May 1 1948 as PP-BBC.  Bought by Ferris and
				Buarque May 17, 1952.  Bought by Loide Aereo Nacional May 19, 1952
				registered as PP-LDN.  Bought by Transportes Aereas Bandeirantes
				May 5, 1958 and registered as PP-BLD.  Bought by Aerovias Condor
				Sep 1963 and registered as CP-730.  Leased by Lloyd Aereo
				Bolivano in 1965.  Disappeared on cargo flight from Riberalta-Gen Buesch
				Airport to Cochabamba-J Wilsterman Airport, Bolivia Mar 8, 1966.  
				Wreckage found in mountains 12 days later.  All 3 onboard killed.
			78062 (c/n 33458) to 71-1136 Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF), to N54589.
			78067 (c/n 33463) to N74690 of Aero Maintenance Inc, Miami Springs, FL
			78068 (c/n 33464) to N79995 Air Cargo Express, WA
			78069 (c/n 33465) to N91035 then F-OAFJ of Air Maroc
			78070 (c/n 33466) w/o crashed Jul 11, 1945
			78071 (c/n 33467/CU2003) to RFC.  WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.
				To United Services For Air in 1948 as N1386.  To Linha Aerea
				Transcontinental Brasileira Apr 6, 1949 as PP-ATI.  Bought by
				Loide Aereo Nactional Jan 23, 1951 as PP-LDL.  VASP managed it
				Feb 1962.  Crashed after losing a wing while landing Galeao, Rio
				de Janeiro Mar 21, 1964.  A fire had started in no. 2 engine
				and could not be extinguished.  Prop was feathered and the crew
				tried to reach Galeao airport.  Before reaching the airport, the
				right wing failed and the plane crashed into the sea. 
			78073 (c/n 33469/CU2005) WFU and stored Walnut Ridge, Arkansas.  Bought
				by Andesa May 1946 as HC-SCK.  Seized by Ecuadorian government
				Oct 20, 1947.  WFU and stored, eventually scrapped.
			78074 (c/n 33470) to YV-C-AQF of Transporte Aereo Transandino, then to HK-330 of LANSA, later to
				Lineas Aéreas del Caribe - LIDCA, crashed near Medellin, Colombia Nov 24, 1950.
			78075 (c/n 33471) to Chinese AF as C-46324 Apr 1948.
			78081 (c/n 33477/CU2013) to RFC Mar 14, 1946.  WFu and stored at Bush
				Field, GA.  Bought by Kathryn R. Martin as N95445. Bought
				by Aero Finance Phoenex in 1955 and leased to Paraguayan Air
				Services Nov 1957.  Bought by Marshall M. Landy in 1959.  In 1960
				sold to Taxi Aereo Panameño as HP-396, reregistered Apr 1961 as
				HP-334.  Sold Aug 1961 to RIPSA of Peru as OB-ZAA-606 and in Mar 1964 
				re-registered as OB-R-606. Sold to Trans Peruana Mar 12, 1965. 
				W/o when crashed into mountains near Rioja, Peru Feb 23, 1966.
			78082 (c/n 33478) crashed Jan 31, 1946
			78083 (c/n 33479/CU2015) to RFC Jan 16, 1946.  To Aerovisas
				Nacionles del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) in 1946 as HC-SCJ.  Bought by
				Linda Susan Corp in 1949 as N3947C.  Bought by Modern Air Transport
				in 1953.  Converted to Super 46C.  Bought by Aerovias Panama Airways
				in 1961 and registered as HP-325.  Bought by Aerolineas Domingo Erregaboarda
				Dec 1965 and registered as LV-PCJ.  Bought by Transaereos Frimo
				Jul 13, 1967 as CP-777.  Transferred to Figorificos Movima in 1971.
				Crashed 15 km from La Paz, Bolivia while on approach to landing
				Dec 23, 1979.
			78084 (c/n 33480/CU2016) to RFC Jan 18, 1946.  Bought by Aerovisas
				Nacionles del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) as HC-SCG "George".  Seized
				by Ecuadorian government Oct 17, 1947.  Bought by Transandina D
				Ecuador Feb 11, 1948 and registered as HC-SIB.  Crashed on
				takeofff at Quito, Ecuador May 13, 1949.
			78085 (c/n 33481) by 1945 was PP-VBJ of S.A. Empresa deViacao
				Aerea Rio-Grandense.  W/o Jul 15, 1968 near Gavata, Brazil
			78087 (c/n 33483) to N74699, then on June 03, 1949 as YV-C-ARE for RANSA (Rutas Aereas Nacionales) crashed 
				into a mangrove thicket shortly after takeoff from Miami, FL for Caracas
			78090 (c/n 33486) to YV-C-ARC,  RANSA.  Missing Dec 21, 1952 on flight to Miami, FL.
				3 crew missing.  Another aircraft missing in the 'Bermuda Triangle'.
			78093 (c/n 33489/CU2025) 7th TRCS, 62nd TCG crashed May 15, 1945
				after takeoff at Tarquini, Italy
			78107 (c/n 33503) 437th TCW, 86th TCS) crashlanded at K-3, Korea Mar 5, 1952. I have this
				plane as going to JASDF as 51-1107 and w/o Nov 30, 1964 in belly landing Haneda, Japan.
			78112 (c/n 33508) crashed and w/o Aug 13, 1945
			78114 (315th Air Division, 34th TCS, c/n 33510) crashed into Sea of Japan Nov 15, 1952 on takeoff
				from K-18 enroute to K-3, Korea.
			78116 (c/n 33512) to 51-1108 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored
			78118 (c/n 33514) crashed Oct 17, 1970.
			78123 (c/n 33519) to MAP Oct 19, 1968
			78125 (c/n 33521) crashed and w/o Sep 3, 1945
			78128 seen on scrap pile on Le Shima, date unknown
			78129 (c/n 33525) crashed and w/o Sep 3, 1945
			78132 (c/n 33528) w/o crashed Jun 22, 1945
			78138 (c/n 33534/CU2070) to RFC Jan 13, 1946.  To Aerovisas Nacionles del Ecuador 
				SA (ANDESA) in 1946 as HC-SCB, then to Expresso Aero Inter-Americano as CU-P198.  
				Crashed on approach Jul 10, 1948 at Maiquetia-La Gloria, Venezuela.	
			78139 (c/n 33535) to Taiwan as 48178.  Seen 1969.
			78141 (c/n 33537) w/o crashed Jun 5, 1945
			78142 (c/n 33538) w/o crashed Jul 10, 1945
			78143 (c/n 33539/CU2075) to RFC Jan 16, 1946.  Bought by Aerovisas
				Nacionles del Ecuador SA (ANDESA) Mar 1946 as HC-SCC "Cotapaxi".
				Seized by Ecuadorian government Oct 19, 1947.  WFU and stored,
				eventually scrapped.
			78145 (c/n 33541/CU2077) taxied Dec 12, 1945 into parked C-47 42-93788
				on Isley Field, Saipan.  Minor damaged repaired.  WFU and stored
				Sep 1946.
			78148 (c/n 33544) to CC-CAH-331 Air Chile/Lyon Air.  Damaged beyond 
				repair Nov 3, 1956 following a forced landing on a beach, San Miguel Bay, Panama.
			78153 (c/n 33549/CU2085) delivered to USAAF Apr 1945. reg. to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1959 AMARC. 
				Transferred Aug 14, 1966 to Air International Corporation, Miami, FL for MAP. Oct 5, 1966 reassigned by AMARC to 
				MAP. To N63335 (for ferry flight by World Aviation Services of Ft Lauderdale, FL. from Virginia to Spain, and 
				then Thailand and possibly to India as VT-DYZ for the Indian Government's ARC or Aviation Research Center at 
				Charbatia Air Base (“Oak Tree”) in India). While landing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda on Feb. 8, 1968, damaged 
				when it possibly had brake failure. It would have run into Castle Harbour, but the tail wheel got caught and 
				stopped it going further into the water. On 14th or 15th it was removed from the water for investigation 
				by the USAF, and on 16th it was decided to scrap the aircraft. Serviceable parts were removed by 
				Southern Air Transport of Miami.  The ARC was created on 7 September 1963 by the Indian Intelligence Bureau 
				as a front to coordinate aviation cooperation with the CIA. Its main purpose was to train agents for infiltration 
				into Tibet
			78157 (c/n 33553) w/o crashed May 20, 1945
			78158 (c/n 33554) by 1954 was PP-VBU of S.A. Empresa de Viacao
				Aerea Rio-Grandense
			78160 (c/n 33556) crashed and w/o Aug 7, 1945
			78162 (c/n 33558) crashed and w/o Aug 7, 1945
			78164 (c/n 33560) crashed and w/o Jul 16, 1945
			78168 (c/n 33564) to N79982, Monarch Air Service.  Crashed on TO Jan 4, 1951, Chicago 
				Midway, IL.  Aircraft was overloaded and after takeoff became airborne and in a near-stalled
				condiition and started left turn, striking a parked aircraft.  Came to rest in a field
				about 1/2 mile from airport.  No fatalities.
			78173 to B-1541, to N9077R, to N671B, to Air America as CA-2 Nov 1965.  W/o Oct 24, 1967 enroute from Phan Rang
				to Pleiku, Vietnam
			78183 (c/n 33579/CU2115) to RFC Dec 19, 1945.  WFU and stored at Walnut
				Ridge, Arkansas.  Bought by Corporacion Boliviano de Fomento May 1946
				and registered CB-41, reregistered CP-541 in 1951.  Crashed into
				jungle shortly after takeoff from Caranavi, Bolivia Jan 22, 1962
				after the wingtip hit a wall and cut into some trees.  All 6 onboard
				killed.
			78184 (c/n 33580/CU2116) attached to 332nd TCS/513rd TCG. Damaged Dec 13, 1945 in landing accident at Changsha,
				China.  WFU and stored Jan 1946.
			78185 (c/n 33581/CU2117) transferred to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1948.
			78186 (c/n 33582/CU2118) attached to 2nd TCS/443rd TCG.  Damaged in landing accident Sep 20, 1945 at Nanking,
				China.  WFU and stored Dec 1945.
			78187 (c/n 33583/CU2119) while attached to HQ Sqn/13th ABG at Honshu AB, Japan Feb 23, 1950 damaged while taxying at
				Tachikawa AB when it struck a parked VB-17G (44-83798).  Damaged after ground looping in a landing
				accident at Ashiya AB, Japan Apr 4, 1950.  WFU and stored Dec 1950.
			78193 (c/n 33589) to TG-AQA Aviateca.  Crashed into Tecpan Mt. Guatemala Dec 15, 1953.
				Crew of 2 killed.
			78198 (c/n 33594/CU2130) to RFC Dec 19, 1945.  WFU and stored Walnut
				Ridge, AR.  Bought by Corporacion Boliviano de Fomento
				May 1946 and registered as CB-40, later reregistered CP-540 in 1951.
				Bought by Bolivian Air System "Illimani" Dec 22, 1965.  Repossessed
				by Corporation Boliviano de Fomento in 1972.  Bought by Servicios 
				Aereos Bolliviano "Claudia" in 1973.  Crashed while landing at
				Espiritu, Bolivia Feb 1977.
			78199 (c/n 33595) To Central Air Transport in 1947 with XT registration.
				To Claire L. Chennault and Whiting Willauer in 1949 as N8321C.
				Transferred to Civil Air Transport Feb 19, 1950.  Bought by
				L. B. Smith Aircraft Corporation in 1955 as N2049, later N1384N.
				Bought by World Wide Airways Feb 1956 asn CF-IQJ.  Converted to
				C-46R in 1959.  Leased by Montreal Air Services in 1960.  Bought
				by Vicair Inc in 1965, registered as N1210W.  Leased by Atlantic
				Aircraft Corp in 1965. Subleased by Associated Aviatin Industries
				in 1965.   Crashed into high ground near Frontino, 80 km NW of Medellin,
				Colombia Nov 23, 1965.  All 4 onboard killed.
			78200 (c/n 33596/CU2132) went missing with 315th TCS, 443rd TCG Aug 1, 1945
			78202 (c/n 33598/CU2134) crashed and w/o with 9th CFCS, 3rd CCG
				Jul 27, 1945 near Tengchung, China.
			78204 (c/n 33590, probably 33600)  crashed and w/o Aug 8, 1945
			78205 (c/n 33421 ?) to JASDF as 51-1106 in 1955.  To Seletar Air Services in N54518 Oct 1977
				but incorrectly marked as N54513.  Leased to OASIS from Jun 1978 as RP-C189.  WFU in 1984.
				Ditched off Luzon after engine failure in late 1980s.
			78219 (c/n 33615) w/o crashed Jun 27, 1945
			78226 (c/n 33622) crashed Jan 31, 1946
			78230 (c/n 33626) w/o crashed Jun 22, 1945
			78240 (c/n 33636) crashed Feb 15, 1946
			78241 (c/n 33637) w/o crashed Jul 10, 1945
			78242 (c/n 33638/CU2174) delivered to USAAF Apr 23, 1945.  Attached to 4th CS, 1st CCG missing Hathazari, India
				Aug 13, 1945.  MACR 14866
			78243 (c/n 33639/CU2175) delivered to USAAF Apr 24, 1945.  Attached to 315th TCS, 443rd TCG crashed after takeoff
				Jun 9, 1945 3 mi S of Yunnanyi, China
			78244 (c/n 33640/CU2176) delivered to USAAF Apr 24, 1945.  WFU and stored Aug 1946
			78245 (c/n 33641) to XT Reg. Central Air Transport Corp. in 1949 as N8320C, then to Braniff
				as N1383N in 1955.  To Air America in 1963.  To OASIS in 1975 as RP-C1461.  WFU and
				stored at Seletar in 1982.  Broken up in mid 1980s.
			78248 (c/n 33644) crashed and w/o Sep 21, 1945
			78251 (c/n 33647) w/o crashed Jul 2, 1945
			78252 (c/n 33648) w/o crashed Jul 13, 1945
			78259 (c/n 33655) crashed and w/o Oct 15, 1945
			78269 (c/n 33665) w/o crashed Jun 22, 1945
			78270 (c/n 33666/CU2202) delivered to USAAF May 1945, rereg. USAF Sep 18, 1947. Attached to 48CTS/1CTG at Tachikawa AB, Japan was 
				DBR & w/o when on Jan 8, 1951 the landing gear collapsed on landing C-46 aircraft 44-78505 on a dirt strip at 
				Chonju AB, (K-41) South Korea and veered into the parked aircraft. 	
			78271 (c/n 33667) to 51-1109 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored.
			78278 (c/n 33674) to Central Air Transport Corp. as XT-T63, to N8319C. 
			78280 (c/n 33676) crashed and w/o Sep 14, 1945
			78306 (c/n 33702, 1st CCS) crashed on takeoff from Tsingching, China Jul 21, 1945.  1 killed, 3 injured.
			78324 (c/n 33720) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-328. Sold to Trans Peruana as OB-R-808.
			78328 (c/n 33724) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-321. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAL-577 
				and later re-registered OB-R-577. W/o Mt. Saguan, Ancash, Peru Mar 18, 1965.
			78329 (c/n 33725) crashed and w/o Sep 25, 1945
			78330 (c/n 33726) crashed and w/o Oct 20, 1945.
			78334 (c/n 33730) to 51-1117 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored.
			78341 (c/n 33737) to 51-1110 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  Ditched Mar 4, 
				1957 near Miho, Japan. 
44-78345/78544	Curtiss C-46D-20-CU Commando
			c/n 22168/22367 (not sure these are correct)
			78349 (c/n 22172) to 51-1111 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored at Miho AB. 
			78352 (374th TCG, c/n 22175) lost Aug 31, 1945, SW Pacific.
				W/o Sep 26, 1945
			78361 (c/n 22184) crashed and w/o Sep 16, 1945
			78372 (c/n 22195) to 51-1123 Japan Air self Defence Force.  WFU and stored at Miho AB.
			78373 (437th TCW, 86th TCS, c/n 22196) engine caught fire, belly-landed at Tachikawa AB, Japan Feb 1, 1952.
			78380 to MAP Sep 29, 1968.
			78392 (c/n 22215) to War Assets Administration Jan 10, 1947.  Bought
				by Civil Air Transport in 1948 and registered XT-T504, then as XT-802, then
				reregistered as N8406C Dec 1949.  Reregistered again as B-846 to
				Civil Air Transport.  Sold May 1, 1963 to Los Hermanos Sebastian
				y Gomez SA of Panama.  On May 18, 1963 the interests of Los Hermanos
				were transferred to TASA (Turismo Aereo SA) of Panama with the
				concurrence of Air Asia, and registered as HP-315P (no. 2) to 
				TASA.  The provisional HP- registration was NTU but cancelled
				Aug 10, 1964.  Sold Jul 1963 to Government of India, Ministry
				of External Affairs and registered as VT-DRH Oct 5, 1963.  Operated
				by Aviation Research Center which was an Indian intelligence
				arm that cooperated with the CIA in support of Tibet agents.
				Reacquired by Air Asia Aug 1964, registered as B-924 Sep 8, 1964.
				Sold to Air America Nov 28, 1968 and registered as XW-PEJ.  Put
				into inactive storage at Tainan Jul 20, 1971.  Broken up at
				Tainan Feb 8, 1974 and scrapped.
			78395 (c/n 22218) Aparently registered AT-T505, then AT-804, to N8407C, then to 51-1120 Japan Air Self 
				Defence Force.  WFU and stored.
			78399 (c/n 22222) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-330. Transferred to SATCO as OB-R-948.
			78405 (c/n 22228) to XT-T506, XT-806, then N8408C, then B-858, Civil Air Transport, then 
				XW-PFL, Air America, w/o Jun 2, 1971 at Bouam Long, Laos
			78407 (c/n 22230) to Colombian civil registry as HK-750
			78409 (c/n 22232) to to XT-T507, then XT-808, then N8409C, then B-870 Civil Air Transport then 
				XW-PBV, Air America, w/o 24 March 1976 Vientiane, Laos, but repaired to N9265Y in Aug 1984.  WFU Dec 1985.
			78411 (c/n 22234) w/o in the mid-1950s when landed short at Balakar AFB,
				Indiana and hit railroad tracks.
			78413 (c/n 22236) to XT-T508, then XT-810, N8410C, B-860, B-912 Civil Air Transport
			78422 (c/n 22245) to 51-1118 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored Miho AB, Japan.
			78436 (c/n 22259/CU2368) delivered to USAAF Jun 4, 1945.  Assigned to 2nd TCS, 443rd TCG.  Fatally crashed Chihkiang,
				China Sep 14, 1945.
			78442 (c/n 22265) To XT Reg. Central Air Transport Corp., to N8322C, to N1386N with Air America. Crashed after
				engine failure on takeoff Nov 25, 1968 at Savannakhet, Laos.  26 killed, 2 survived.
			78444 (c/n 22267) DBR and w/o Aug 7, 1945
			78445 (c/n 22268) crashed and w/o Aug 9, 1945
			78452 (c/n 22275) to Colombian civil registry as HK-3205
			78454 (c/n 22277) crashed and w/o Aug 14, 1945
			78462 (c/n 22285/CU2394) delivered to USAAF Jun 7, 1945, reregistered to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Attached to 48 CTS/1 CTG at
				Tachikawa AB, Japan and was DBR and w/o Jan 8, 1951 while parked at dirt strip at Chonju AGB, South Korea when landing C-46
				44-78505 gear collapsed and plane veered into the parked aircraft.
			78464 (c/n 22287) to 51-1112 Japan Air Self Defence Force, hulk at Iruma AB, Japan.
			78468 (c/n 22291) to 51-1113 Japan Air Self Defence Force. WFU and stored.
			78470 to N9473Z, w/o Aug 13, 1967 at Phu Cum, Laos
			78472 (c/n 22295) crashed and W/o Sep 5, 1945
			78478 (c/n 22301) w/o after crashed Nov 19, 1945
			78480 (c/n 22303) to 61-1130 Japan Air Self Defence Force, to N54585.
			78488 (c/n 22311/CU2422) delivered to USAAF Jun 1945.  Reregistered to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  SOC Oct 3, 1963.  
				To Southern Air Transport May 18, 1964, reg. N10702, same date ferried to India under MAP, registered as VT-ERX with 
				Ministry of External Affairs (operated by ARC or Aviation Research Center at Charbatia Air Base (“Oak Tree”) in India). 
				Feb 28, 1970 returned to 56th Special Operations Wing, Takhli as 44-78488, this was a nominal assignment only, 
				as it again transferred to outside USAF use on Apr 1, 1973, probably because it was in a shape that did not 
				allow it to return to USAF service. So the aircraft probably remained in India and was probably broken up there.
			78490 (374th TCG, c/n 22313) lost Oct 10, 1945, SW Pacific.
			78495 (c/n 22318) to 51-1114 Japan Air Self Defence Force, to N54584 Everts Air 
				Fuel, hulk Fairbanks (Aero Fuels).  Reported Feb 2008 to be airworthy
				with Everts Air Fuel and named "Maid in Japan"
			78497 to MAP Sep 8, 1968.  Probably to Republic of Korea AF
			78503 (c/n 22326) crashed and w/o Sep 16, 1945
			78504 (c/n 22327) crashed and w/o Sep 1945
			78505 (1st TCW, 48th TCS, c/n 22328) delivered to USAAF May 14, 1945, reregisterd to USAF Sep 18, 1947. Damaged Apr 17, 1946 in
				a ground collision at Kimpo AB, Korea.  Attached to 48 TCS/1 CTG at Tachikawa AB, Japan.  DBR when gear collapsed at 
				landing dirt strip at Chonju AB, Korea Jan 8, 1951.  Two fatal and the aircraft destroyed two other C-46s (44-78270
				and 44-78462)
			78509 (c/n 22332/CU2441) delivered to USAAF Jun 1945, ReReg to USAF Sep 18, 1947, WFU & stored 1959. L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp. bought 
				Dec 1960 reg. N9826Z, rereg N9071R Jan 1961, Transportes Aereo Mirleni bought Apr 1961 reg. LV-GXB, named 
				"Santa Maria". Company renamed Aerovias Halcon Mar 21, 1964. DBR & w/o by fire set by the pilots during a 
				hijacking at Buenos Aires/Ezeiza-Ministro Pistarini Airport, BA (EZE), Argentina, 1971.
			78512 (c/n 22335) to 51-1115 Japan Air Self Defence Force.  WFU and stored.
			78517 to MAP Oct 1966.  To N9073R Oct 5, 1966.  To VT-DYY May 1969.  Returned to USAF Feb 28, 1970.  
				WFU Apr 1, 1973.
			78520 (c/n 22343/CU2452) delivered to USAAF Jun 1945, rereg USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Bought by Aviation Sales & Engineering 1962, 
				reg. N9459Z.  Bought by LANICA 1963, reg. AN-AOC. DBR when undercarriage collapsed on landing Managua, 
				Nicaragua Feb 25, 1976.
			78522 (c/n 22345) to XT-T509, then XT-812, N8411C,  Civil Air Transport. Forced landing Dec. 05, 1949.
			78523 (c/n 22346/CU2455) sold 1961 and registered N9399Z.  Bought Feb 1962
				by Aerolineas Carreras Transportes Aereos registered as LV-HIJ.
				W/o Apr 30, 1964 when No 1 propeller oversped and was feathered.
				A wheels-up emergency landing was carried out on Laguana Brava salt 
				lake in Argentina.  The plane was carrying Arabian race horses
				to Buenos Aires.  One source quotes this aircraft as being w/o
				Dec 7, 1965 in crash into jungle 40 km from Panama City,
				Panama as LV-GGN
			78524 (c/n 22347/CU 2456) delivered to USAAF Jun 16, 1945. Transferred to War Assets Administration Jan 10, 1947. Bought by 
				Civil Air Transport in 1948, reg XT-814. W/o Mar 17, 1949 when it crashed landed at Lanchow after losing an engine 
				on take off. There were no passengers onboard, and the crew suffered only minor injuries, but the plane was demolished.
			78525 (c/n 22348) to 51-1116 Japan Air Self Defence Force, to N54583.
			78526 (c/n 22349/CU2458) delivered to USAAF Jun 16, 1945, attached to 374TG at Nichols Field, PI damaged Nov 22, 1946 in a 
				taxi accident at Haneda, AAF, Japan. Reregistered to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored Aug 1949.
			78527 (c/n 22350/CU2459) delivered to USAAF Jun 16, 1945, rereg. to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored Dec 1947.
			78528 (c/n 22351/CU2460) delivered to USAAF Jun 26 1945. Transferred to War Assets Administration 10 Jan. 1947. 
				Transferred to Chinese Government (CAA-MOC, Chungking) as "528", to CAT (Civil Air Transport) as XT-T511, 
				then XT-816. Feb 15, 1950 reg. N8412C, then reg. as XT-862, to Civil Air Transport. On Sep 27, 1950, w/o when 
				it crash-landed at Iwakuni Air Base, Japan.  Copilot inadvertently opened the right throttle and left cowl 
				flap instead of both cowl flaps, after landing.  Aircraft veered off the runway and onto rough ground, the landing gear
				sheared off and the left wing crumpled.  There were no injuries, but the plane would never fly again.  
				Some parts were subsequently salvaged and brought to Tainan to be used for spares.
			78529 (c/n 22352/CU2461) delivered to USAAF Jun 25, 1945. WFU & stored May 1947.
			78530 (c/n 22353) to XT-T512, then XT-818, N8413C, XT-844, B-844 Civil Air Transport in Mar 1959.  To B-156 Dec 1960.
			78531 (c/n 22354) to XT-T513, then XT-820, Civil Air Transport, w/o (crashed) in takeoff accident Dec 10, 1948,
				Taiyuan, China.
			78532 (c/n 22355) to XT-T514, then XT-822, Civil Air Transport.  Crashed Jul 29, 1948, Tsingtao, China.
				18 killed.
			78536 (c/n 22359) to B-840 Civil Air Transport, to XT-T515, then XT-824, N8414C, Civil Air Transport, to N9873F.
			78538 (c/n 22361) to South Korea.  Seen 1968.
			78539 (c/n 22362) to XT-516, XT-826, N8415C, B-864 Civil Air Transport, to H. Sebastian 
				y Gomez (Panama).
			78540 (c/n 22363) to B-842 Civil Air Transport.  To XT-T517, XT-828, N8416C, Civil Air Transport, to N9874F for
				Trans Arctic Air (AK), to CP-974.
			78541 to MAP Sep 25, 1968.
			78542 to MAP Sep 29, 1968.
			78543 (c/n 22366) to XT-T518, XT-830, N8417C, B-866 Civil Air Transport, to HP-314 oct 20, 1960.  To N8417C again
				Nov 20, 1961.  To N9279L Feb 16, 1964.  To 9Q-C?? in 1965.  To Mexican AF as 6051 in 1990.  WFU Dec 1993.
			78544 (c/n 22367) to civil registry as N13500, XH-TND, HI-14, PJ-CLA, 5N-AFA, HP-366, to PJ-CLA, to B-1535.  To
				Air America as CA-1.  W/o Apr 28, 1966 at Kon Tum, Vietnam
44-78545/78778	Curtiss C-46F-1-CU Commando
			Model CW-20B-4.  C/n 22368/22601.
			78545 (c/n 22368/CU2477) delivered to USAAF Jul 28, 1945. Tfd to Foreign Liquidation Commission Feb 7, 1948. Sold to Biscayne Aircraft 
				Corp. 1949 reg N5615V. Trans-Air Hawaii bought 1949. W/o when it crashed and burned in Maui, Hawaii May 27, 1949.  Enroute to Maui,
				a fire broke out in the No. 2 engine,  Fire got beyond the firewall, deteriorating the main spar.  When the landing gear was
				lowered, the engine tore loose and the wing failed, causing the aircraft to crash and burn.  2 killed.
			78546 (c/n 22369) to N5616V Trans Continental, to Curry Air Transport, to Great 
				Lakes Airlines Nov 12, 1951.  TO CF-IQX sold Nov 13, 1958 to Ayer Lease Plan Inc, registered N6600D Jan 5, 1959.
				Sold Apr 11, 1960 to Montreal Air Services as CF-MKV.  Sold May 6, 1965 to Vicair Inc of Miami, Florida and
				registered as N323V Jul 7, 1965.
			78547 (c/n 22370) to XT-54, then N8405C, then B-154 with Civil Air Transport.  Registration cancelled Oct 3, 1972 and
				subsequently scrapped.
			78552 (c/n 22375) to N3925C Riddle Airlines, registered as N239JL to Robert C Kellam of Christiansted, VI Apr 977.  Leased
				to Carib West to Dec 1977.  Sold to Fred W Rhea in 1978 and later to Lambair Cargo Apr 1978 as C-GYHT.  Departed 
				Churchill, Manitoba Nov 13, 1979, port engine problem forced crew to turn back to Churchill.  Aircraft
				made forced landing 1/4 mi short of runway.  No fatalities, but aircraft was w/o.  Lambair ceased operations
				Feb 19, 1981.  The aircraft was "repossessed" by North Coast Air Services.
			78553 (c/n 22376) to N1535V Ortiner Air Service, withdrawn from use. Purchased by Meteor after a period of lease
				Dec 1, 1954.  Stored Sunnyside Ent, Registration cancelled May 2001.
			78554 (c/n 22377/CU2486) delivered to USAAF Jul 7, 1945. Damaged Oct 17, 1945 at Ledo AAB, India while attached to 14CCS/4CCG at 
				Myitkyina West AF. WFU & stored Jan 1947. To GECAT then Air Express, C of A issued Dec 1948. Avions Bleu bought 1951 
				registered F-BESN. Air Maroc bought 1952,To Air Maroc in 1951 and to  Aigle Azur in 1954. 
				Jul 16, 1955 registered to Air Cameroun. Crashed and destroyed at Bangui Apr 27, 1961 operated by Société 
				Anonyme des Avions Meyer (Air Cameroun).
			78556 (c/n 22379/CU2488) delivered to USAAF Jul 7, 1945, to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Transferred to Foreign Liquidation
				Commission Jun 17, 1948.  To China National Aviation Corp as XT-T30, then to N8388C (this was one of the many
				aircraft flown by CNAC to Hong Kong after the Nationalist defeat May 1949, and was impounded by the British
				Governor in Hong Kong.  Registered as N8388C, a US State Department ploy to achieve ownership)  Transferred
				to Taiwan CAA as B-130.  Went to CAT/Air America Mar 31, 1959 as B-130.  Crashed Nov 26, 1960 on
				emergency landing in Plain of Jars, Laos.  2 killed, one injured.
			78557 (c/n 22380/CU2489) delivered to USAAF Jul 1945. Rereg USAF Sep 18, 1947. Slick Airways bt. 1951, reg. N67933. E
				While with Slick, also operated at various timeas as Argonaut airways and Flying Tiger Lines.  Executive Business 
				Transportation bought 1955. Aviation Finance Inc. bought 1957. Sky Van Airways leased 1957. W/o when it crashed 
				into the sea on go-around Cape Lisburne AFB, Alaska Jan 26, 1963.	  One of two aboard killed.
			78559 (c/n 22382) leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948, registered as NC67934, N67934 Jun 9, 1948.  Returned to
				USAF and cancelled Sep 2, 1954.  Lease purchased by Slick Airways Jun 1, 1955. registered N67934 
				again 7 Jul 8. 1955. Sold to Aaxico Sep 9, 1957, leased to Capitol Jul 1960 to last quarter 1961. 
				Sold to Marine Traders Inc May 7, 1965.  To Mary Murdoch Lake, Fort Lauderdale, FL Jan 8, 1966. 
				To Four Star Aviation Inc May 12, 1966. To J & G Carlton Inc Apr 15, 1969. Re-registered N77CC 
				Sep 15, 1970.  Sold to Auto-Ion Chemicals Inc Nov 8, 1972. To National Chlorinated Chemical 
				Products 2 Jan 2, 1975.  Sold to Rich International Oct 13, 1976, and reduced to parts. Fuselage derelict at
				Miami 1981. Registration cancelled Feb 26, 2013
			78560 (c/n 22383) leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948, registered as NC67935 Jun 7, 1948.  Purchased Nov 1, 1954.
				Sold to Aaxico Aug 21, 1957, then to Zantop.  Sold by Carolina Aircraft Corp to Clark's Aerial Service 
				Inc, Brownfield, TX Jul 7, 1972 and to Brownfield Aerial Inc, Brownfield, TX Oct 7, 1977. 
				Sold 15 Feb 15, 1978 to S E K Inc, Brownsville. TX. C of R revoked. 
			78561 (c/n 22384) to N66534 Resort Airlines.  Crashed Sep 28, 1953 nr Louisville-Standiford, KY.  
				Plane was approaching Louisville Airport when it ballooned slightly during 
				the flare out. Power was applied and the aircraft entered a steep climb. The 
				angle of attack continued to increase until the aircraft stalled at an altitude 
				of about 300ft. The plane struck the ground with the nose and left wing, 
				bursting into flames. 25 out of 41 on board killed.  Elevator may have suffered a
				structural failure.
			78562 (c/n 22385) leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948, registered as NC67936 Jun 9, 1948.  Purchased 
				Nov 1, 1954. Sold to Aaxico Sep 7, 1957. Leased to LACSA Aug 29, 1962 as TI-1038C. Cancelled 
				Aug 2, 1962. Sold to Puerto Rican American Imports Inc Feb 14, 1963, regd N67936 Mar 12, 1963. 
				Repossessed by Aaxico May 27, 1964.  Sold to Intermountain Aviation Inc Oct 1, 1965. 
				To Aviation Sales and Engineering Oct 7, 1965, and to Agency for International Development 
				Jan 18, 1966, registered N45846 Feb 28, 1966. Donated to Peruvian Air Force 1966. N45646 cancelled 
				on export to Peru Oct 11, 1966. Noted in Peruvian AF area at Lima, Peru Aug 1966.
			78563 (c/n 22386) leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948, registered as NC67937 Jun 9, 1948, to Puerto Rican American
				Airlines.  Sold to Aaxico Sep 9, 1957.  Crashed Sep 18, 1962 on takeoff from San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
			78564 (c/n 22387) leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948 as NC67938. damaged in storm at Pyote, Texas Aug 1948 and 
				returned.  Later N1443V.  To Trans Air as CF-HZI.  Crashed Fox, Canada Apr 3, 1956.
			78565 (c/n 22388) leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948 as N67939, but damaged in storm at Pyote, TX Aug 1948 
				and returned.  Leased to Conner Air Lines Aug 2, 1950, registered N1837M Sep 18, 1950. Returned to 
				USAF at Warner-Robins, GA May 24, 1954. Sold to Wien Alaska 30 Sep 55, registered N1837M again Nov 25, 1955.
				Merged as Wien Consolidated Apr 1968.  Sold to C R Everts and L A Rekow, Fairbanks, AK May 1, 1968. 
				Sold Apr 9, 1973 to Reindeer Air Service Ltd, as CF-FNC.  To Kenn Borek Air Ltd 1977. To North Coast 
				Air Services Ltd 1979 and operated by Lambair 'Miss Piggy 1'.  Lambair ceased operations 19 Feb 19, 1981. 
				Reported Feb 2008 to be airworthy with Everts Air Fuel of Fairbanks, AK and named "Hot Stuff".
			78566 (c/n 22389) leased to unknown carrier as N1811M, thwarted by damage to aircraft. Sold to Flying Tiger Sep 14, 1950 and
				registered as  N67987 Jan 26, 1951.  Sold to Zantop Jul 16, 1959.  Sold to L. B. Smith Aircraft Corp Jun 28, 1960.  
				Registration cancelled Feb 18, 1971
			78567 (c/n 22390) leased to Slick Airways 19 May 19, 1948, registered N67940 Jun 9, 1948. Returned to USAF. 
				Leased to Aaxico 24 Aug 24, 1954, registered N67940 again Sep 3, 1954. Purchased Feb 10, 1955. Leased to 
				Capitol 1960-61. Lease purchased by Aerovias Panaven SA Mar 5, 1963 as HP-322, but repossessed by 
				Aaxico Sep 13, 1964. Leased to Istmena "Ciudad de Panama", still as HP-322.  Sold to Amazon Export 
				Inc 4 Nov 4, 1965.  Leased, still as HP-322 to AFISA.  Possibly AFISA prior to Istmena. Cancelled 
				Apr 29, 1967, returnedd to Amazon Export, and restored as N67940 May 1967. Sold to Miami Aircraft 
				Ventures Oct 6, 1969. To Airlantic Transport Inc Nov 14, 1972.  To Drew National Leasing Corp Jun 1974. 
				Leased to Airways Enterprises Inc Jun 17, 1974.  Sold to Airlantic Transport Inc Oct 9, 1974. 
				Repossessed by The Philadelphia National Bank 10 Dec 10, 1975. Sold to Robert C Kellam and Bill M 
				Willard, d.b.a. Seagull Enterprises Jan 2, 1976. CofA expired Dec 17, 1976, engineless at San Juan.Canx Dec 3, 1996.
			78568 (c/n 22391) N67941 Aaxico Airlines, then to Slick Airways,  to Zantop  Forced landing near Malmstrom AFB, Montana
				after engine failure Aug 14, 1963.
			78569 (c/n 22392) leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948, registred 9 Jun 48. Purchased Nov 1, 1954. Sold to Aaxico Aug 27, 1957. 
				Sold to CYNDAL SA 28 Mar 62, operated by CAUSA.  Sold to Aerolineas Colonia 1962.  Reported as CX-BAM. 
				Repossessed by Bina Bell, Los Angeles, CA Sep 10, 1963, and restored as N67942 Jun 10, 1965. 
				Sold to Associated Airmotive Inc Oct 4, 1965. Sold to Edde Airlines Inc Feb 15, 1966, and leased to 
				Pacific Air Transport 1968. Sold to American Holdings Inc Mar 10, 1969, and to F A Conner Aug 13, 1970. 
				Registered as N67942 to F A Conner Sep 28, 1970.  Reported as derelict Colonia, Uruguay Feb 1973.
				Registration ancelled Oct 24, 2013
			78570 (c/n 22393/CU2502) delivered to USAAF Jul 1945, On May 11, 1946 while attached to 3477 BU at Bergstrom AAF, Texas
				damaged in taxi accident at Wichita MAP, Kansas.  On Jun 19, 1946 while attached to 75 TS, 316 TG at Lawson Field,
				Georgia damaged with a mechanical failure 10 mi SW of Columbia, Alabama.  Rereg. to USAF Sep 18, 1947. Leased to 
				Seaboard & Western Airlines Aug 11, 1949 registered N1646M, returned to USAF Nov 8, 1951. Sold to Eldorado Aviation 
				Ltd. 1951 registered CF-FCI. The aircraft was severely damaged on May 31, 1957 when it belly landed north of Edmonton 
				Airport, Alberta. The damaged aircraft was then purchased by Aviation Parts & Equipment in 1957 repaired registered 
				N7903C.   In 1960 registered TI-1037P in Venezuela. Jun 1965 Rutas Aereas Unicia bought and
				registered CP-769. Crashed San Ramon, Bolivia Jun 3, 1967. 
			78571 (c/n 22394) to N1647M, then to CF-HZL with TransAir.  
				Crashed Jul 6, 1956, Coral Harbour, Canada.
			78572 (c/n 22395) to N1648M with Associated Air Transport.  Crashed Jan 7, 1953 nr 
				Fish Haven, ID.  Entered an area of turbulence and icing, and being unable to climb to a safe 
				altitude, the aircraft struck trees on a mountain near Fish Haven and 
				crashed.  All 40 on board killed.
			78573 (c/n 22396) Registered to USAF as N1685M, leased to Continental Charters Inc  On static display at 82nd 
				Airborne War Memorial Museum, Fort Bragg, NC.  
			78574 (c/n 22397/CU250) to USAAF Jul 7, 1945.  Attached to 316th TG at Lawson Field, Georgia.  Damaged in landing
				accident at Pope Field, North Carolina Dec 10, 1946.  WFU and stored Mar 1949.
			78575 (c/n 22398) leased to Skyways International Trading and Transport as NC1650M.  Damaged in storm at Pyote, Texas
				Aug 1948 and returned to USAF.
			78576 (c/n 22399) leased to Skyways International Trading and Transport as NC1651M  USAF lsd to Skyways International 
				Trading and Transport 19 May 19, 1948, registered N1651M.  Accident at Basra, Iraq 30Sep48. Sold Nov 14, 1950 
				to Arabian American Airlines.  Sold May 15, 1951 to New York Car Wheel Co.  Sold 20 Jun 20, 1951 to Air America. 
				Sold Oct 15, 1951 to Colonial Trust of New York.  Sold 4 Oct 4, 1954 to Interair Parts Corp. 
				Sold Nov 3, 1954 to Aero Sales of New York (Eric Pearson). Transferred to Aerovias Inc, Miami Beach, 
				FL (Eric Pearson). Sold Aug 4, 1955 to M Marshall Landy. Sold back to Aerovias Inc Jul 7, 1956. Sold to 
				National Aero Leasing Corp 10 Jul 10, 1956. Sold to Alaska Airlines Jun 3, 1957. Leased to Executive Business 
				Transportation Sep 22, 1960, and purchased Apr 30, 1963. Sold Jun 3, 1963 to S & R Aircraft, Seattle, WA. 
				Sold to Laurentide Finance Corp Oct 3, 1963.  Leasedd to Skyvan Airways 1963. Sold to Reeve Aleutian 
				Dec 21, 1965. Sold to Fairbanks Air Service Jul 18, 1973.  Renamed Great Northern Airlines Jan 6, 19 6. 
				Sold Mar 21, 1978 to James P Friedlund. Transferred to Friedlund Aircraft Sales and Leasing Inc, Huntington 
				Beach, CA Jul 26, 1968. Repossessed by Westernaire Federal Credit Union Sep 1, 1979. Sold to Evans Aviation 
				Inc, Duvall, WA 15 Oct 15, 1979. N1651M is currently registered to Everts Air Fuel with c/n 2508.
			78577 (c/n 22400) to N4717N Slick Airways.  Crashed at Windsor Locks-Bradley 
				Field, CT Mar 4, 1953. Crashed into a wooded area following a missed ADF approach.
			78578 (c/n 22401) leased to Trans Caribbean Airways Jun 1948 until 1954 as NC69346. USAF sold to Trans Caribbean Jul 18, 1955. 
				Leased to Meteor Air Transport Oct 22, 1955 to Oct 22, 1956. Leased to Capitol Oct 22, 1956, purchased by 
				Capitol Oct 11, 1956. Leased to Air Americana 1967.  Leased to ANDES Jul 1968. Sold to Carolina Aircraft 
				Corp Sep 3, 1968. Sold Dec 3, 1968 to Robert Hall, Fairfield, OH.  Sold back to Carolina Aircraft 
				Corp 6 Oct 6, 1969.  Colors of Tarpon Zoo 1971.  Sold to J W Anderson and C E Anderson, d.b.a. Ancar 
				Aviation Mar 9, 1976. Lsd to Inter-Air, Miami May to Sep 1977.   Sold Jan 24, 1980 to Golden Airways Inc, 
				Fort Lauderdale, FL. Registration cancelled May 2, 2013.
			78579 (c/n 22402) Leased to Trans Caribbean 1948-1954.  Returned to USAF.  Purchased by Trans Caribbean
				Jul 1955.  to N69343 Aaxico Airlines,
			78580 (c/u 22403/CU2512) delivered to USAAF Jul 1945. Attached to 92TS/439TC at Sedalia AAB, MO damaged while 
				parked at Walnut Ridge AAF, AR on Mar 12, 1946. Attached to the 316TG at Lawson Field, Ft. Benning, GA 
				damaged in a taxi accident at Lawson Field on Nov 25, 1946. Rereg to USAF on 19/9/47. 
				Leased by All American Airways Jul 1948. Registered N1674M.  All American Airways bought 
				Nov 1, 1954. All American Airways renamed Saturn Airways 1960. CAUSA, [Compañía Aeronáutica Uruguaya SA (The 
				Uruguay Aeronautics Company Ltd.)] bought 1961 registered as CX-AYR. Transferred to Aerolineas Colonia 1963. 
				WFU & stored Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay in 1966. Later reported scrapped at CYR.
			78581 (c/n 22404) leased to Alsaka Airlines, then leased to Slick.  Returned to USAF Jul 17, 1954.  Sold to 
				Aaxico Airlines as N1240N,  Crashed Panther Peak, Sequoia Natl Park, CA Jan 14, 1959. The aircraft crashed 
				into the ridge of a mountain range (Panther Peak) at an altitude of 8600 feet msl, located 45 miles to the 
				right of the airway. The minimum safe altitude for the direct route Burbank-Seattle is 14500 feet compared 
				to 8500 feet over the airway route.
			78582 (c/n 22405) leased to Alaska Airlines Jun 8, 1948, registered as N1241N  Jul 2, 1948, cancelled Aug 6, 1945 as
				returned to USAF.  Leased to Universal Aviation Inc 10 Dec 48 as N5076N.  Lease transferred to 
				Air Transport Associates 5 Aug 49.  Returned to USAF 1954. Sold to Capitol Aug 8, 1955 (5 Dec 5, 1955 
				also quoted), leased to Lufthansa Sep 1964. Sold to Southern Air Transport 1 Dec 1, 1966, and to 
				Intermountain Aviation Jun 4, 1969. Lease purchased by Rosenbalm Aviation Inc Nov 24, 1973. 
				Sold to Bahamas Traders and Cargo Carriers Ltd Jul 18, 1977. Sold to Robert W Peterson, Miami, FL 
				Nov 22, 1977 (but reported as Impounded at Fort Lauderdale Oct 1977). Sold Dec 26, 1977 to Roland 
				Sockol, Miami, FL. Impounded at Naples, FL for smuggling Oct 1, 1978. Confiscated by US Customs 
				Dec 15, 1979. Sold at auction Mar 27, 1980 to Aircraft Modifications Inc, Miami, FL. 
				Sold to Peru as FAP-385. 
			78583 (c/n 22406) to N1242N Resort Airlines.  Crashed Jan 22, 1955 
				Chattanooga, TN.  Descended below the ILS glidepath while approaching 
				Chattanooga and struck trees. Part of the left wing broke off and the aircraft 
				crashed into the ground, coming to rest against a railroad embankment and a bridge.
			78584 (c/n 22407) to CATC Feb 28, 1948
			78586 (c/n 22409) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Mar 15, 1946.  Sold to Eastern Air Associates,
				operated as Hong Kong Airways, becoming VR-HFA.  Sold to Air Carrier Service corp and registered as N9995F 
				May 21, 1951.  Sold to  Flying Tiger Line May 23, 1951.  Crashed Pelly Bay, Canada Mar 18, 1956.  Crew survived
			78587 (c/n 22410) to Central Air Transport Corp Aug 1946 as XT-T30, to N8316C  N8316C cancelled 18 Dec 52 as sold 
				to CAT SA, Panama. Sold to Flying Tiger Jan 19, 1953. Registered as N4871V Feb 20, 1953. Sold to Riddle 
				Airlines May 6, 1953. Sold to Shepard Broad, Miami Beach, FL Jan 6, 1954. Leased to Aerovias Sud Americana 
				1954, purchased by them Feb 29, 1956. Sold Jan 23, 1961 to California Air Freight Corp.  Sold to Bird and 
				Sons Inc May 24, 1963.  Sold to Continental Air Services Inc 1 Sep 1, 1965. Cancelled Jul 13, 1970.
			78590 (c/n 22413) transferred to Central Air Transport Corp May 15, 1946.  Subsequently listed as
				not used, demolished
			78591 (c/n 22414/CU2523) delivered to USAAF Jul 14, 1945. On approach to Beijing-Nanyuan Airport (NAY) (Peking, China) 
				on Oct 12, 1945, the airplane struck the commercial radio antenna and crashed 25 km (15.6 mls) WNW, 59 killed.
			78592 (c/n 22415/CU2524) to Claire L. Chennault and Whiting Willauer as N8314C in 1948.
				Bought by Civil Air Transport Dec 19, 1949, may have had an XT Registration.
				Bought by Flying Tiger Lines Jan 1953 as N4873V. Bought by Riddle Airlines
				Jul 1953.  Bought Jan 1954 by Aerovias sud Americana.  Bought in 1958 by Aaxico Airlines
				(American Export and Import Company). Leased by Capitol Airlines until Nov 1961.
				In Jul 1963 bought by Zantop Air Transport.  Sep 21, 1966 name changed to Universal
				Airlines.  Boutht by Aviation Associates of Georgia 1968.  Bought by
				Associated Airmotive Feb 1969.  Bought by TRB Airlines Apr 1969. Bought Sep 1972
				by Rich International Airways.  Ditched in sea off Puerto Rico Aug 8, 1975
				on flight from St Petersburg, FL IAP to Aguadilla-Borinquen AP in Puerto Rico when both engines failed.
			78593 (c/n 22416) transferred to Central Air Transport Corporation Mar 15, 1946 as XT-T9.
				W/o as Jinan Jul 22, 1947.   
			78594 (c/n 22417) to Central Air Transport Corp (CATC) Feb 28, 1946 as XT-T27.  To N8306C (a
				ferry registration). To Riddle Airlines Jun 1953-Aug 1955 as N4872V (In 1965 became Airlift
				International), to Wheeler Air Lines as CF-ILJ, to Nordair as CF-ILJ,
				to Channel Air Lift as N30046.  Crashed on takeoff Jan 6, 1967, Hilo IAP, HI 
				when cargo shifted during takeoff and c/g moved beyond controllable limit.  Emergency
				landing attempted but aircraft stalled and crashed.  3 on board killed. 
			78595 (c/n 22418) to Chinese civilian registry as XT Registry with Central Air Transport Corp.  To N8318C. Sold to 
				Intercontinental Airways 1953, registered as N4869V Aug 1953. Sold in 1955 to Skyways Airlines, 
				registered N94591 Mar 1955. To Canadian registry as CF-JNO with Abbott Industries Ltd Feb 1957. 
				Sold to Aircraft Rentals Inc as N5536A. Seized by the Brazilian authorities at Rio Verde, Goias Sep 1958 
				for smuggling. Released and to Southern Cross Airways Dec 1958.  Sold to Aviation Leasing Co 1959. 
				Leased to Skyways Inc 1959. Sold to RIPSA of Peru as O-ZAB-607 Oct 6, 1961 . Re-registered as OB-R-607 Mar 1964. 
				Dumped at Tocumen from Nov 1971 to at least late 1977.
			78596 (c/n 22419/CU2528) delivered to USAAF Jul 12, 1945.  Purchased by Central Air Transport Corp May 15, 1946 as XT-T62.
				Bought by Claire L. Chennault and Whiting Willauer in 1948 and registered as N8310C.   Bought by Civil Air Transport
				Dec 19, 1949.  N8310C cancelled Dec 18, 1952.  Bought by CAT SA of Panama Dec 1952, bought by Flying Tiger Line 
				Jan 19, 1953 and registered N4861V Feb 20, 1953.  Bought by Intercontinental Airways Apr 1, 1953.  Bought by 
				Eric Cradock of Toronto Aug 21, 1953 and registered CF-HEI.   Bought by Dorval Air Transport in 1955 and converted 
				to Super 46C in 1956.  Bought by Wheeler Airlines in 1961.  Leased by Nordair in 1961, still as CF-HEI.  
				Crashed with Nordair short of runway on approach to Sarcpa Lake, Northwest Territories in Canada Aug 9, 1961 
				while servicing DEW Line.  Aircraft DBR.
			78597 (c/n 22420/CU2529) delivered to USAAF Jul 14, 1945.  WFU and stored Aug 1946.
			78598 (c/n 22421/CU2530) delivered to USAAF Jul 16, 1945.  Transferred to Chinese Air Force Jan 31, 1946. WFU and 
				stored 1948.
			78599 (c/n 22422) to XT Reg. Central Air Transport Corp., to N8307C.  Later became N4875V, then N78V,
				then LX-LAA.  W/o Stuttgart, Germany Jun 19, 1958.
			78600 (c/n 22423) to Chinese XT registry with Central Air Transport Corp.  To N8317C.  N8317C cancelled 
				Dec 18, 1952, transferred to CAT SA, Panama. Sold Jan 19, 1953 to Flying Tiger, registered as N4862V 
				Feb 25, 1953. Sold to Clifford R Everts Jul 24, 1956. Transferred to Sholton and Everts, Fairbanks, AK 
				Dec 5, 1956, cancelled Oct 5, 1965
			78601 (c/n 22424/CU2533) transferred to Chinese AF May 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1948
			78602 (c/n 22425/CU2534) WFU and stored Dec 1945.
			78603 (c/n 22426/CU2535) WFU and stored Aug 1946.
			78604 crashed on takeoff near Osaka, Japan Dec 10, 1946.  24 killed.
			78605 (c/n 22428/CU2537) delivered to USAAF 16/7/45. China National Aviation Corp bought May 15, 1946 reg. XT-, Civil Air 
				Transport bought Dec 1949 reg. N8374C. Flying Tiger Line bought 1952 reg. N4863V. Zantop Air Transport bought 
				Feb 1955, Flying Tiger Line leased Feb 1955. Rtn Zantop Air Transport rereg. N617Z in 1960. Zantop new name 
				Universal Airlines Sep 21, 1966. Span East Airlines bought July 1970 reg. N600SE. Otner Air Service bought Aug 1971. 
				Plymouth Leasing Company bought Apr 1973, WFU and stored Willow Run, Detroit Michigan. Dade Aviation Montenegro 
				bought 1976. Air Procace bought Jun 1976 reg. CP-1308 but NTU. Dade Aviation Montenegro repo Nov 20, 1976 reg. N600SE. 
				Transportes Aeroes Bolivar bought Nov 1976 reg CP-1319. WFU & stored La Paz, Bolivia 1983. Camba Transportes 
				Aereos bought Jul 1996. WFU & stored La Paz Bolivia Dec 2000 after minor accident on May 17, 1999. Repaired & Whilest 
				being operated by Sky Team crashed on a go-around shortly after takeoff at Santa Cruz-Viru Viru International 
				Airport (VVI) (VVI/SLVR), Bolivia on 21 April 2012. Aircraft destroyed, three crew fatal.
			78606 (c/n 22429/CU2538) damaged in takeoff accident Aug 6, 1945 at Mariginane, France, bought by Central Air
				Transport Corporation Feb 28, 1946.  Destroyed at Jinan Jul 12, 1946.
			78607 (c/n 22430/CU2539) attached to 4CCS, 1CCG, damaged when crashed on takeoff 1 mi SW of Kunming,
				China Aug 27, 1945.  WFU and stored Nov 1945.
			78608 (c/n 22431/CU2540) bought by Central Air Transport Corporation Mar 15, 1946.  Destroyed at Guiyang County
				Mar 29, 1946
			78609 (c/n 22432/CU2541) bought by China National Aviation Corporation Apr 15, 1946.  WFU and stored Apr 1946.
			78610 (c/n 22433/CU2542) transferred to Foreign Liquidation Commission Jul 17, 1945.  WFU and stored Jun 1948.
				Used by CNAC in China as either XT 32 or XT 42.
			78611 (c/n 22434/CU2543) WFU and stored Apr 1947.
			78612 (c/n 22435) To Chinese AF 15Apr46. To XT registry with Central Air Transport Corp.  To  Civil Air 
				Transport as N8312C registered Dec 19, 1949, cancelled Dec 18, 1952, transferred to CAT SA, Panama. 
				Sold to Flying Tiger Line Jan 19, 1953, registered N4876V Oct 23, 1953. Sold Jan 7, 1954 to Shepard Broad, 
				Miami Beach, Florida.  Lease purchased by Riddle Jan 7, 1954. Sold to Geraldine F Korth Jun 30, 1959, and 
				to Argonaut Aug 1, 1959. Leased to Capitol Jul 1960 to last quarter of 1961. Sold 13 (or 22) Jun 32 (or 22), 1960 
				to RIPSA.  Allotted OB-ZAC-636 Apr 17, 1962, then allotted OB-ZAC-648 May 22, 1962. Never even provisionally 
				registered. Damaged by Hurricane Cleo at Miami Aug 27, 1964, and NTU.  Sold Jan 3, 1968 to C-46 Parts Inc, 
				registered as N4976V Jan 26, 1970 for salvage of parts.  Registration cancelled Mar 11, 1971.
			78613 (c/n 22436) to Chinese AF Apr 15 1946.  to Central Air Transport Corp Aug 1946 as XT-T29, to Civil Air Transport
				as N8313C registered Dec 19, 1949, cancelled Dec 18, 1952.  Transferred to CAT SA Panama, Flying Tiger Line 
				Jan 19, 1953 registered as N4874V Oct 23, 1953. Sold Jan 7, 1954 to Shepard Broad, Miami Beach, LF. 
				Lease purchased by Riddle Jan 7, 1954. Sold to Geraldine F Korth Jun 30, 1959, and to Argonaut Aug 1, 1959. 
				Leased to Capitol Jul 1960 to last quarter 1961. Sold 13 (or 22) Jun 13 (or 22), 1960 to RIPSA of Peru.  Allotted OB-ZAC-637 
				Apr 17, 1962, then allotted OB-ZAC-649 May 22, 1962. Never even provisionally registered. Damaged by Hurricane 
				Cleo at Miami Aug 27, 1964, and NTU. Sold Jan 3, 1968 to C-46 Parts Inc, registered as N4974V with c/n 22437 
				Jan 26, 1970 for salvage of parts. Cancelled on export to Bolivia Jan 26, 1973 as CP-1025.
			78614 (c/n 22437/CU2546) bought by Central Air Transport Corporation Mar 15, 1946.  Destroyed at Xu Jia Peng
				Oct 8, 1946.
			78615 (c/n 22438/CU2547) damaged on takeoff at Cawnpore, India Sep 2, 1945.  WFU and stored Sep 1948.
			78616 (c/n 22439/CU2548) WFU and stored Aug 1946.
			78617 (c/n 22440/CU2549) WFU and stored Oct 1945.
			78618 (c/n 22441/CU2550) transferred to Foreign Liquidation Commission Oct 28, 1947.  WFU and stored Oct 1947.
			78619 (c/n 22442) to Foreign Liquidation commission Aug 20, 1947.
				Bought by Claire L. Chennault and Whiting Willauer in 1948 as N8309C.
				To XT Reg. Central Air Transport Corp Dec 19, 1949.  Bought by CAT 
				SA Dec 1952.  Bought by Flying Tiger Line Jan 19, 1953 as N4877V.
				Bought by Intercontinental Airways Jun 29, 1953.  Bought by Interair
				Parts Corporation Jul 17, 1953.  Bought by F. A.
				Miller and D. Rich Jul 17, 1953.  Transferred Dec 18, 1953 to Airplane
				Enterprisses.  Leased by Capitol Airways Apr 1954.  Bought
				by Bird and Sons Inc Nov 3, 1961.  Crashed at Phou Fa (LS 16),
				Laos Aug 31, 1962.
			78620 (c/n 22443/CU2552) transferred to Chinese AF Jan 15, 1946.  WFU and stored 1948
			78621 (c/n 22444/CU2553) transferred to Chinese AF Jan 3, 1946.  WFU and stired 1948
			78622 (c/n 22445/CU2554) to Central Air Transport Corp in 1948 as N8308C.
				To Civil Air Transport Dec 19, 1949.  To Interair Parts Corp in 1953
				as N4878V.  Bought later in 1953 by Flying Tiger Lines.  Bought
				by Canadian Pacific Airlines Mar 1955 as CF-CZN.  Converted to 
				Super C-46C in 1957.  Bought by Pacific Western Airlines Jul 1959.
				Bought by Nordair May 31, 1967.  Bought by Comcare Aircraft Leasing
				Corp May 1968 as N94594 (ntu), N3914.  Bought by Islands of the Bahamas Inc
				Aug 13, 1968.  Crashed into sea 5 km NW of Nassau, Bahamas
				near Providence Island Apr 2, 1969.  2 crew killed.
			78623 (c/n 22446)leased to Riddle Airlinesin 1949 and registered as N1812M Oct 1949.  Leased transferred to 
				Saceca Inc of Miami, Florida Jan 1950 as N1824M.  Returned to USAF.  Leased to Aaxico Airlines 1954, purchased by 
				them Nov 1, 1954.  To HP-421 Istmena late 1965, registration cancelled Jun 24, 1967. 
				To N1824M/HP-459/N1824M/CP-941.  Damaged in takeoff accident at San Borja, Bolivia, Jun 6, 1975.
			78624 (c/n 22447) to China under Lend-Lease Aug 5, 1945.
			78625 (c/n 22448/CU2558) WFU and stored 1947
			78626 (c/n 22449/CU2558) delivered to USAAF 20 July 1945. Transferred to Chinese Government (CAA-MOC, Chungking), reg as XT-T16. 
				Transferred to CNAC (China National Aviation Corp) reg. XT-134 as Chung 125. Aug 5, 1945, turned over by CNAC to 
				CAT (Civil Air Transport) on 23 Nov 23, 1949. Initially Feb 15, 1950 reg. N8370C, then XT-852. W/o on 9 Dec. 1950 when it crashed 
				into the side of Mount Fuji in Japan at the 8,000 foot level, while en route Tachikawa to Korea.  3 crew killed.
			78627 (c/n 22450/CU2259) Lend-Lease to China.  Damaged in landing accident Mallard Field, Dakar,
				Senegal Aug 12, 1945.  DBR Cairo, Egypt Sep 10, 1945.  Was intended for
				China under Lend-Lease, crashed on delivery flight.
			78628 (c/n 22451) Lend-Lease to China.  To XT registry with China National Aviation Corp., to N8369C, then to XT-130, to B-130 Mar 1959
				Civil Air Transport. To HP-316 Oct 20, 1960, "Sold" to Southern Air Transport Sep 14, 1961, registered as
				N74811 Oct 11, 1961.  Lease purchased by Rosenbaum Aviation Nov 24, 1973. Lease purchased by International Airlines 
				Academy, 2 Sep 75. Transferred to Trans Continental Airlines (Willow Run) Feb 1978. Sold to F A Conner Aug 11, 1978. 
				Sold to Cryderman Air Services Inc, operated as Century Airlines 11 Aug 78. Flown as '857' in Bay of Pigs 
				operation Sep 1961.  To N777AF Nov 1985.  To N18AC Oct 1995, to N23AC Oct 15, 1997.
			78629 (C/n 22452/CU2561) bought by Central Air Transport Corp in 1946 as XT-T28.  WFU and stored 1946
			78630 (c/n 22453) to XT-526 Central Air Transport Corp., to N8311C. to Flying Tiger Line Jan 1953 as N4879V.  
				To Cubana Mar 1954 as CU-T558, and to Ultramar Apr 1955 as N94593.  To Canadian Pacific May 1955 as CF-CZM. 
				To Fairbanks Air Service May 1974 as N802FA, and subsequently back to Canadian ownership as C-GIXZ.  
				To Lambair "Miss Piggy II", CofA May 16, 1980. Lambair ceased operations Feb 19, 1981. Returned to North 
				Coast Air Services and WFU. C-GIXZ [first use - see 44-78672] cancelled May 27, 1982. Registered to 
				Ilford-Riverton Airways, cancelled Aug 11, 1987.
			78631 (c/n 22454/CU2563) transferred to Foreign Liquidation Commission Aug 20, 1947.  
				WFU and stored Aug 1947.
			78632 (c/n 22455) to Chinese AF Apr 15, 1946, To Central Air Transport Corp on XT Reg., to N8315C. To 
				N4870V Riddle Airlines, to Zantop, to Ortiner Air Services as N601SE, now 
				hulk at Ypsilanti, MI.
			78633 (c/n 22456) Leased to Alaska Airlineas as N1243N 1950-54.  Returne to USAF.  Sold to Resort Airlines as
				N1243N, sold to Riddle Airlines Apr 25, 1955.  To Flying W Airways (NJ), w/o May 7, 1969, Medford, NJ.
			78634 (c/n 22457/CU2566) WFU and stored Apr 1947.
			78635 (c/n 22458) by 1955 was N1244N of Alaska Airlines, Inc. In Jun3 1958 was with Air Cargo Express.   
				Later seen Nov 1958 as N10435.  In 1955 was a Super 46, ex Air Transport Associates and ex Alaska Airlines.
				Crashed at Toledo, Ohio Oct 29, 1960, still as N1244N
			78636 (c/n 22459) to XT Reg. China National Aviation Corp., to N8389C, to N4881V, to N619Z to 
				N602SE Ortner Air Services, b/u Wakeman, OH.
			78637 (c/n 22460/CU2569) leased by All American Airways Jul 1948, registered as N1673M.
				Leased by Caribbean American Airlines in 1950.  Bought by Continental Charters in
				1955.  Bought by International Products corp Jan 1959 registered as ZP-CCE.
				DBR at Asuncion-Alfredo Stroessner Airport, Paraguay Jan 3, 1964.
			78638 (c/n 22461) to XT-46, to N8401C, then B-146 Civil Air Transport.  WFU Oct 3, 1972
			78639 (c/n 22462/CU2571) leased by SSW Inc in 1950 and registered as N54339.  Bought by Wein
				Alaska Airlines in 1954.  Bought by Vance International Airways in 1964.  Bought by
				Henry Muszynski May 1970.  Bought by American Aviation Services Dec 1973.  Bought by
				Miami Airlift Inc in 1975.  Bought by Aerovias Las Minas Feb 1976 and registered
				CP-1268.  WFU and stored.
			78640 (c/n 22463) to N5075N Air Transport Associates.  Crashed July 19, 1949, Seattle, WA
				after engine failed on takeoff.  Struck powerline and crashed into houses.  2 of 32
				on board killed, plus one on ground.
			78641 (c/n 22464) Leased to US Airlines Nov 15, 1948, registred as N1911M Nov 24, 1948.  Crashed Apr 5, 1952 New York-Idlewild APT, NY.
				Violent engine surges and turbulence while pulling up for a missed ILS approach 
				caused the crew to lose control of the aircraft. The aircraft crashed in a 
				residential area.  Crew of 2 plus 3 on ground killed.
			78642 (c/n 22465) to XT Reg. China National Aviation Corp., to N8390C, then B-136 
				Civil Air Transport.  W/o Aug 13, 1961 at Pha Khao, Laos.
			78643 (c/n 22466) to XT-52, then to North Continent Airlines registered N8404C Jan 5, 1950, cancelled Mar 22, 1950.
				Probably registered in Taiwan.  Sold Dec 26, 1951 to George E Batchelor, restored as N8404C Dec 26, 1951.
				Sold to Air Charters Inc Dec 28, 1951 and leased to Robin Airlines.  Operated as North Continent Mar 28, 1952. 
				Crashed into hill April 18, 1952 Whittier, CA during landing approach.  All 29 on board killed.
			78644 (c/n 22467/CU2576) leased to US Airlines Inc Nov 15, 1948 as N1912M.
				Leased by All American Airwasy 1951.  Returned to USAF 1954.
				Bought by Saturn Airways 1960 and registered again as N1912M.
				Bought by Phillip Mann 1965 registered as N1321Z.  Leased by
				Aerovias Panama Airways Feb 1961 registered as HP-313.  Returned to
				Phillip Mann 1965 registered as N1321Z.  Bought by Transportes Aereos
				Acre in 1966 registered as CP-743.  Bought by Transportes Aereos
				Litorial.  To Aerolineas El Salvador as YS-014C but NTU.  Bouth by Aerovias
				Las Minas Feb 24, 1970 registered as CP-909.  Bought by Trans
				Aereos San Miguel (ASMI) in 1982.  Crashed into swamp 56 km NE
				of San Ignacio de Moxos, Bolivia Feb 2, 1987 after engine problems.
				Five occupants OK.
			78645 (c/n 22468) to N1913M Riddle Airlines, to Zantop.  To Colombian civil registry as HK-400-X/HK-400.  
				WFU at Marranquilla, Colombia in 1976
			78646 (c/n 22469/CU2578) loaned to US Department of Justice as N1871C Dec 1955.
				Bought by DOJ Mar 19, 1956.  Bought by Associated Airmotive
				Jan 28, 1966.  Bought by Channel Air Lift Dec 29, 1966. Repossessed by
				Hawaii Bank May 13, 1971.  Bought by private individual May 1, 1971.
				Leased by Caribbean Air Services May 1, 1972, and bought by them
				May 1, 1974.  Bought by Southern Air Transport Sep 1984.  Bought
				by Ilfort-Riverton Airways of Winnipeg, Canada and registered as
				C-GRLQ.  Bought by Aircraft Modification Inc Jan 1985 as N1871C.
				WFU and stored. Observed Aug 2003 as N1871C on the ground in Mexico
				still in livery of Caribbean Air, abandoned and disassembled.  The
				aircraft had landed in 1985 with a load of contraband and was seized
				by the Mexican authorities and disassembled the plane so it could
				not be flown again.
			78647 (c/n 22470/CU2579) To US Airlines Nov 15, 1948 as N1914M.  Back to USAF
				May 1954.  Jun 1955 to Capitol Airlines as N1914M.  Apr 24, 1957 loaned
				to University of Michigan.  WFU and stored at Willow Run, MI. Donated
				to University of Michigan as N7366N Aug 3, 1971.  Bought by Environmental
				Research Institute of Michigan Jan 1, 1971.  Bought by Century Airlines
				Oct 30, 1978.  Bought by Air-Tram Leasing Inc of Bossier City, LA
				Aug 1984.  On May 25, 1985 landed near Berote, Vera Cruz Mexico with
				contraband and confisciated by Mexican authorities and assigned to
				Mexican AF as TEC-6050.  WFU and stored.
			78648 (c/n 22471) USAF leased to US Airlines as N1915M 1948. NTU.  Lsd to Aaxico Airlines as N1849M 
				Aug 29, 1950 and sold to them Nov 1, 1954.  Sold to Aerovias Sud Americana Dec 18, 1957. 
				Sold to Frank Fiorini, Miami, FL Nov 10, 1958. Sold to Zantop Sep 11, 1959. Re-registered N610Z 
				Apr 28, 1960.  Renamed Universal Sep 21, 1966. Sold to Span East Dec 30, 1969, re-registered 
				N603SE Jul 27, 1970.  Sold to Ortner Air Service Jul 31, 1971. (Regd to Quanama West Indies Co, 
				then sold to Plymouth Leasing Co 18 Apr 18, 1973, back to Quanama Jan 9, 1975, to Fred F Ortner 
				Feb 15, 1975, to Rural Aircraft Leasing Jul 21, 1975). Sold to C-46 Parts Inc 15 Nov 15. 1975. 
				Sold to Aircraft Modifications Inc, Miami, FL Oct 3, 1977. To Advance Aviation Inc, Miami, FL 
				10 May 10, 1978, delivered to Miami 7 Jun 78. Sold to Sun Country Aviation Inc, Miami,
				FL 28 Sep 28, 1978. WFU at Wakeman, OH by Aug 1974.
			78649 (c/n 22472) leased to Pan American World Airways Sep 17, 1948, registered N74171 Sep 30, 1948, 
				Returned to USAF Jan 14, 1955.  Sold to Transocean Air Lines 29 Jul 29, 1955. Sold to Aviation 
				Finance Inc 11 Sep 11, 1961. Lsd to Ortner Air Service Inc Sep 61, and purchased by Ortner 7 Jan 7, 1963. 
				Sold to Active Air Inc Aug 27, 1975. Sold to C-46 Parts Inc Nov 15, 1975. Sold to Ferre Aviation, Miami, FL 
				Feb 14, 1979. 
			78650 (c/n 22473) to N1245N Aaxico Airlines (FL), to Caroline A/C Co.  By 1957
				was N1245N of Slick Airways.  Crashed near Asuncion, Paraguay on smuggling flight Mar 20, 1966
			78651 (c/n 22474) leased to Alaska Airlines as N1241N Sep 27, 1948.  Although the USAF card shows this 
				aircraft as  leased to Pan American, it was operated by Alaska Airlines as N1241N.  Crashed Jan 26, 1949 
				Asmara, Eritea (Ethopia) after engine failure on takeoff.  Four on board survived. However, in 1955 
				N1241N was reported still with Alaska Airlines.  Photos of 4X-AQD show "1241N" underneath the crudely 
				painted Israeli regn, so it would be logical to assume that this aircraft became 4X-AQD with El Al, 
				registerd Jul 28, 1950. Re-regd 4X-ALE Oct 14, 1952, which was ferried to US via Prestwick Oct 7, 1955. 
				It is believed that this aircraft, usually quoted as c/n 117-1859 (a part number), became N2052A Jorge Carnicero, 
				purchased Jul 27, 1955, registrationn allotted Jul 28, 1955. To "ALA, Societa de Transportes Aereos Ltda" 
				prior to 18 Jan 56.  As CC-CAB-0309 with Air Chile/Lyon Air 1957. Impounded San Justo, Argentina (early 60s).
			78652 (c/n 22475) by 1954 was N1802M of Lake Central Airlines.  By 1956
				was CF-HTJ of Maritime Central Airways.
			78653 (c/n 22476/CU2585) leased by Coastal Cargo Company Nov 15, 1948 and
				registered N1683M.  Bought by Coastal Cargo Company Dec 1, 1954.  Bought by
				Coastal Cargo Company (Canada) Jul15, 1955 and registered CF-IHU.  Bought by
				Dorval Air Transport in 1956.  Bought by Nordair in 1959.  Bought by Bertram
				D. Agardy Mar 15, 1960 registered as N9327R.  Bought by David W. Brown Oct 23, 1962.
				Leased by Atlantic Aircraft Corp Oct 23, 1962.  Bought by Four Star Aviation Inc
				Jun 21, 1963.  Leased by Aerovias Quisqueyanas and registered HI-80.  Returned to
				Four Star Aviation May 1964 registered N152V.  Bought by Ruas Aereas Uncia
				May 1964 registered as CP-714.  Bought by Servicios Aereos Curtiss in 1968.
				Leased by Bolivian Airways/TABSA in 1972.  Sold to Transportes Aereos Beni in 1972.
				WFU at Cochabamba prior to Feb 1973; 
			78654 (c/n 22477) to N74170, Pan American World Airways, Jun 15, 1950. 
				A wheels-up landing was carried out near Merida, Mexico after 
				No. 2. prop separated in flight, cutting through the bottom of 
				the fuselage. Crew of 2 survived.
			78655 (c/n 22478, Line No. CU2587) leased to Unit Export Co Oct 3, 1949 as N1688M.  Leased to Caribbean
				American Lines Jul 23, 1953.  Registration cancelled May 13, 1954 as returned to USAF.
				Sold to American Air Export and Import Co (Aaxico) Aug 8, 1955, restored as N1688M Sep 8, 1955.  
				Leased To Capital Airways Jul 1960 to Dec 1961, leased to Aerovias Panavan Mar 5, 1963 as HP-317. 
				Repossessed by Aaxico Jun 1963.  Sold to Richard Staves (who lived in Bogota at the time) and 
				operated as Amazon Export, Inc Nov 4, 1965.  Sold to Aeroservicios Puntarenas and registered TI-1094C 
				Dec 1972.  Re-registered as TI-AHB Dec 19, 1974.  Sold Dec 20, 1978 to C-46 Parts Inc and 
				registered N1688M again Jan 12, 1979.  Sold Mar 2, 1979 to Aero Brokers Co, Inc Sold Mar 27 1979
				to Lucia Gonzalez of Mimo.  Impounded by Desoto County Sheriff at Arcadia, FL Ap 19, 1979 while on
				drug run.  Sold Feb 23, 1980 to C-46 Parts, Inc and delivered to Miami Mar 14, 1980.  WFU.
			78656 (c/n 22479/CU2588) to Air Transport Association as N1302N, to
				Reeve Aleutian Airways in 1957 still as N1302N.  W/o May 31, 1958
				when it took off from Driftwood Bay, AK carrying a cargo of bags
				of cement.  Immediately after liftoff the aircraft started to
				porpoise and went into a vertical climb and crashed into water.
			78657 (c/n 22480/CU2589) leased by Air Transport Associates in 1951 and registered
				as N1301N.  Returned in 1954.  Bought by Capitol Airways Mar 13, 1957 and
				reregistered N1301N.  Crashed into a mountain near Fort Collins, CO Nov 16, 1958
				after a #2 engine failure in bad weather.  Both crew killed.
			78658 (c/n 22481/CU2590) delivered to USAAF Jul 1945.  Air Transport Association leased 1948 reg N1300N. Returned to 
				USAF. Capitol Airways bought Jul 1956. W/o when it crashed Plain City, Utah on Oct 15, 1960 when an in-flight wing 
				separation at 6500 feet msl caused the plane to crash 10 miles from the airport.  Two crew fatal.
			78662 (c/n 22485) to N68963, Transocean Air Lines.  Crashed on approach to Fairbanks AP, 
				AK Dec 30, 1951.  Wreck found Jan 3, 1952.  All 4 on board killed.
			78663 (c/n 22486) to N53594 Riddle Airlines, to Zantop, to Ortiner Air Services.  Was
				flying with Confederate Air Force as N30801 *China Doll*.  In 1997 was reported to be registered 
				N53594 (with Confederate AF).
			78664 (c/n 22487) to N74173, Pan American World Airways, to Slick, to Aaxico 
				Airlines, to Zantop.
			78667 (c/n 22490) to N4718N Aaxico Airlines then to Argonaut AW.
			78668 (c/n 22491/CU260) to Transocean Airlines in 1949, leased it as N4718N.  Leased
				by Resort Airlines in 1953.  Bought by Miami Aircraft Sales in 1957 and
				converted to Super 46C.  Later in 1957 leased by All American Airways, company
				renamed Saturn Airways in 1960.  Bought by Aerovias Panama Airways in 1961 as
				HP-337.  In 1963 bought by Avemco Finance Corp as N68965.  Bought in 1966 by
				Lawson Aviation Inc.  Bought by Ecuatoriana Nov 4, 1966 as HC-AMD.  Bought by
				Bellomy-Lawson Aviation Inc Jan 1968.  Bought Apr 1969 by Hemisphere Aircraft
				Leasing.  Bought Dec 1970 by Albany Insustrial Corp.  In 1972, impounded in Mexico
				after landing with a shipment of contraband.  WFU and stored Santa Lucia, Mexico.
				Scrapped in 1993.
			78669 (c/n 22492/CU2601) leased to Transocean Airlines in 1949 as N68966.  Returned to 
				USAF as 44-78669 in 1954.  Bought by Capitol Airways Nov 1954 and registered as N68966.
				Leased by Lufthansa Dec 1964, returned to Capitol Airways Oct 1966.  Bought by
				Carolina Aircraft Corp Nov 1966.  DBR after veering off runway while taking off
				at Keflavik, Iceland Nov 19, 1966.
			78670 (c/n 22493/CU2602) WFU and stored 1948.
			78671 (c/n 22494/CU2603) leased to Transocean Airlines in 1949 as NX68967.  Returned to USAF
				as 44-78671 in 1954.  Bought by Canadian Pacific Airlines Mar 1955 and converted to
				Super C-46C. By 1956 was CF-CZL of Canadian Pacific Airlines.
				Bought by Northern Wings May 1957.  Bought by Maritime Central
				Airways in 1960.  Bought by Nordair in 1963.  WFU and stored at Montreal 1970.
			78672 (c/n 22495) to XA-MIT, to N7923C Everets Air Fuel, to C-GIXZ.
			78673 (c/n 22496) to N1248N, Westair Transport.  Ditched in Atlantic Ocean Jun 5, 1950 after
				engine lost power.  28 out of 65 on board were killed.
			78674 (c/n 22497) to N1845M Riddle Airlines, to Cordova AL.
			78675 (c/n 22498) to N1693M American Air Transport. Crashed Apr 23, 1953 near Cedar 
				Mountain, WA.  2 of 4 on board killed.
			78676 (c/n 22499/CU2608) WFU and stored Feb 1947
			78677 (c/n 22500) to XT Reg. China National Aviation Corp., to N8391C, then B-138 
				Civil Air Transport.  WFU Oct 3, 1972.
			78678 (c/n 22501/CU2610) to Foreign Liquidation Commission Apr 10, 1948.
				Bought by Biscayne Aircraft Corp in 1946 and registered as N5617V.
				Bought by Flying Tiger Line in 1949.  Bought by Aaxico Airlines
				in 1954.  Leased to Riddle Airlines and returned to Aaxico Airlines. Bought
				by Canadian Pacific Airlines Feb 1955 and registered as CF-CZK.
				Converted to Super C-46C.  Bought by Carolina Aircraft Corp Mar 1963
				and registered as N355K. Bought by Airstar Inc in 1966.  Bought by
				Kendall Aircraft Leasing in 1976 and registered as N8875. Rebuilt
				with parts from N355CC (42-107368) and then leased to Air Haiti
				(Air Adeah) Dec 1976 as HH-AHE but NTU and returned May 1980.
				Bought by North East Bolivian Airways (Cochabamba Bolivia-NEBA)
				Sep 1980 and registered as CP-1616
			78679 (c/n 22502/CU2611) delivered to USAAF Aug 3, 1945, transferred to Foreign Liquidation Commission Jun 17, 1948. Transferred 
				to Chinese Government (CAA-MOC, Chungking), reg as XT-44. Leased to CAT (Civil Air Transport) in 1949 as XT-44, 
				Feb 15, 1950 reg. as N8400C. Later as XT-44 w/o when during the evacuation of wounded from Yonpo, Korea to Japan, it crashed 
				in marginal weather on 08 Dec. 1950.   One passenger killed, crew suffered minor injuries. With no time to repair the aircraft because of Chinese 
				pressure on the UN Perimeter, it was ordered that the plane be doused with gasoline and burned. 
			78680 (c/n 22503/CU2612) leased to World Airways in 1949 as N1442V and returned to USAF
				as 44-78680 in 1954.  Bought by Capitol Airways Aug 1956.  WFU and stored 1963.
			78681 (c/n 22504/CU2613) WFU and stored Jan 1949
			78682 (c/n 22505) to N606Z, to N604SE Ortner Air Services, b/u Wakeman, OH.
			78683 (c/n 22506/CU2615) WFU and stored Oct 1948.
			78684 (c/n 22507/CU2616) transferred to Foreign Liquidation Commission Jun 17, 1948.
				WFU and stored Jun 1948.  Used by CNAC in China as either XT-32 or XT-42
			78685 (c/n 22508) to XT Reg. China National Aviation Corp., to N8392C, to N618Z, 
				to N605SE Ortner Air Services, b/u at Wakeman, OH.
			78686 (c/n 22509/CU2618) WFU and stored Feb 1946
			78687 (c/n 22510) to N8402C, then XT-48, then B-148 Civil Air Transport.  W/o Jul 17, 1963 at Ban Xieng Lom, Laos
			78688 (c/n 22511) to N67960, Flying Tiger Line.  Crashed on takeoff Jul 30, 1950 Denver, CO.
				All four on board survived.
			78689 (c/n 22512/CU2621) leased by Flying Tiger Line Oct 1948 as N67961.  Returned to USAF
				Sep 1954.  Bought by Aerovias Sud Americana Mar 1956, registered as N67961 again.
				Bought by Ayerline Corporation Jul 1, 1958 and leased to Aerovias Sud Americana.
				Transferred Dec 1, 1958 to Ayer-Lease Plane Inc.  Bought by Aerovias Sud Americana
				Feb 29, 1960.  Leased by Capitol Airways Jul 1960, returned Dec 1961. Bought by Bird
				and Son Inc Apr 9, 1964.  Bought by Continental Air Services Sep 1, 1965.  W/o in
				1969.  Believed flown to Chiang Mai, Thailand in May 1971.
			78690 (c/n 22513) to N62029 Aaxico Airlines, to SN-AFB.  WFU
			78691 (c/n 22514/CU2623) WFU and stored Dec 1946
			78692 (c/n 22515/CU2624) leased to Flying Tiger Lines in 1949 as N67962.  
				Converted to Super C-46C.  Bought by Canadian Pacific Airlines Feb 1955
				and registered CF-CZH.  Leased by Quebec Airlines, then bought
				Dec 1958.  Quebecair bought in 1962.  Bought by North Coast Air
				Service in 1976.  Crashed 24 km SE of Thompson, Manitoba, Canada
				Sep 29, 1977 after engine problems.  
			78693 (c/n 22516) to N3908B, All American Airways.  Abandoned takeoff Aug 11, 1951 Newark IAP, NJ,
				ran off end of runway and caught fire.  All 45 on board survived.
			78694 (c/n 22517/CU2626) WFU and stored Nov 1946.
			78695 (c/n 22518/CU2627) WFU and stored Sep 1946.
			78696 (c/n 22519) to N420TT operated by Flying W Airways (NJ).
			78697 (c/n 22520/CU2629) WFU and broken up Oct 1946
			78698 (c/n 22521) to N1822M Aaxico Airlines (FL) to Argonaut AW. To Everts Air 
				Fuels (AK).  W/o 04 Oct. 2000 Port Alsworth, AK.  Was repaired after that.  Current as N1822M
			78699 (c/n 22522/CU2361) to Foreign Liquidation Commission Dec 1946.
				Bought by Slick Airways in 1948 as N62030.  Bought by Capitol
				Airways Apr 1954.  Leased by Associated Aviation Industries in 1956.
				Seized by Colombian government in 1966.  Bought by Aerocosta
				Colombia in 1969 as HK-1383.  Crashed into Caribbean Sea 34 km
				off Cartagena Oct 26, 1973 after No. 1 engine fire.  3 onboard survived.
			78700 (c/n 22523) became N67958.  By 1956 was CF-CZG of Canadian
				Pacific Airlines.
			78701 (c/n 22524/CU2633) WFU and stored Feb 1950.
			78702 (c/n 22525) to N1825M Aaxico Airlines, Zantop, Trans Continental Airlines 
				(Willow Run), to Bolivia?
			78703 (c/n 22526) to N8403C, then to XT-50 and B-150 Civil Air Transport.  W/o Sep 5, 1963 at Ban Phone Mouang, Laos
			78704 (c/n 22527/CU2636) WFU and stored Mar 1947.
			78705 (c/n 22528) crashed Jul 4, 1945, Memphis, TN.
			78706 (c/n 22529/CU2638) WFU and stored Oct 1946.
			78707 (c/n 22530) became N1667M.  By 1956 was CF-HTK of Maritime
				Central Airways.
			78708 (c/n 22531) to N1668M Aaxico Airlines (FL), to JY-ABY.  To AN-BRX and exhibited at Museo del Aire
				de Honduras at Toncontin Nov 2007.
			78709 (c/n 22532/CU2641) WFU and stored Mar 1947.
			78710 (c/n 22533) to N67977 Aaxico Airlines to Zantop, Airlantic Transport (PR), 
				to Air Mar Freight Systems (Dominican Republic - temp. Reg. HH-C5A) dba Mayo Aviation. 
				w/o 24 August 1992 New Tamiami, FL in hurricane Andrew loss.
			78711 (c/n 22534) to N1830M Aaxico Airlines, to LV-PWN.
			78712 (c/n 22535) to N1915M Aaxico Airlines to CF-HTL.
			78713 (c/n 22536) to N1669M Resort Airlines.  Crashed May 23, 1953 nr Des Moines, IA after
				structural failure during thunderstorm.  Crew of 2 killed.
			78714 (c/n 22537/CU2646) to Miami Airlines July 1948 as N1670M.  Leased by Aaxico
				Airlines Aug 29, 1950.  Bought Nov 1, 1954 by Aaxico Airlies as N1850M.
				Leased by Capitol Airways Jul 1960, returned 1961.  Leased by Zantop Air
				Transport Jul 27, 1954, bought it Sep 20, 1966.  Zantop renamed Universal
				Airlines Sep 21, 1966.  Bought by Aviation Associates of Georgia Mar 15, 1968.
				Bought by Shamrock Airlines Jan 30, 1959.  Bought by Plymouth Leasing Company
				Apr 1, 1974 and leased it to Ortner Air Services on the same day.  Subleased
				in 1976 to Trans Continental Airlines who in turn bought it Apr 15, 1979.
				Bought by E. P. Brouillet Apr 26, 1979.  Oklahoma Aircraft Corp bought it
				Aug 1981.  Impounded Aug 1981 at airport in Minatitlan, Verazruz, Mexico after
				landing with a shipment of contraband.  WFU and stored with PEMEX
 				to N1850M Riddle Airlines, lsf Aaxico, to Ortiner 
				Air Services, to Trans Continental Airlines (Willow Run). 
			78715 (c/n 22538) to civil registry as N1671M to N67985 Riddle Airlines to Arctic Pacific 
				to Air America to Miami Air Lease to Colombian AF as FAC931, to HK3079/HK3079X (1984)/HK3079G (Jul 1994) with
				Trans Oriente Colombia/ ADES Colombia.  Crashed into mountain on approach to Villavicecio, Colombia May 9, 1995.
				4 crew and 5 passengers killed.
			78716 (c/n 22539) to N67988 with Flying Tiger Airlines, to N613Z with Zantop and Universal, to N606SE with span East
				from Jul 1970, Quanama West Indies.  Damaged during off-airport landing near Toledo, Ohio Oct 1, 1972.  
				Registration number withdrawn.
			78717 (c/n 22540) to N67990 Trans Continental, to Curry Air Transport, to Great 
				Lakes Airlines, to FTL.
			78718 (c/n 22541) to N74122 Pan American World Airways, then to Riddle, 
				to CP-825.  W/o Jan 31, 1970 near Cerro Vizchachuna, Peru due to engine failure.
			78719 (c/n 22542) to N1672M, CF-CZI, to N9761Z Rosenbaum Aviation, to Trans 
				Continental Airlines (Willow Run), to N91BL.
			78720 (c/n 22543) to N1846M Riddle Airlines, to N38218
			78721 (c/n 22544/CU2653) to National Air Lines as N1661M.  Landed gear
				up Oct 2, 1950 at Washington National Airport after engine failure.
				Rebuilt and in 1954 to Compania Boliviana de Aviacion as CP0752.  To Alcon
				(Aerolineas Comerciales Nacionales) still as CP-752.  To TABSA
				(Transportes Aereos Benianos) still as CP-752.  Destroyed
				May 28, 1972 at San Pedro Richard Airport, Bolivia.  2 crew and
				2 passengers survived.
			78722 (c/n 22545) to N1662M ASA International Airlines.  Ditched Dec 12, 1956 56mls 
				SE off Panama due to over-speeding propeller.  Crew of 2 rescued.
			78723 (c/n 22546) to civilian registry as N67994. Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-650. 
				Renumbered FAP-308. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAH-541 and later re-registered 
				OB-R-541.
			78725 (c/n 22548) to N1663M.  Last known operator was Great Northern Airways.
			78726 (c/n 22549) to N1664M.  Used by Freight Air, Inc.  Crashed near
				Campeche, Mexico Mar 26, 1949.
			78727 (c/n 22550) crashed at Lomita, CA Aug 14, 1945
			78728 (c/n 22551) to N1805M, then CF-IHV.  W/o at Randall Lake, Quebec,
				Canada Dec 20, 1972.
			78730 (c/n 22553) to N67938 Aaxico Airlines, to Caroline A/C Corp.
			78731 (c/n 22554/CU2663) to N1803M with Resort Airlines, Inc, then to
				AAXICO (American Air Export and Import Company). In Nov 1958 to
				Transamerican Air Transport as LV-PLS, reregistered LV-GGJ.
				Disappeared May 18, 1960 while flying from Buenos Aires to Lima via Santiago de
				Chile with 7 race horses.  Plane appears to have crashed into a mountain
				peak at 4500 m following structural failure.  Wreckage located over a year
				later Jul 1961 near El Soseado, Andes.  
			78732 (c/n 22555) to civilian registry as N67939, Aaxico Airlines (FL).  
				Sold to Trans Peruana as OB-R-780.
				Leased to Slick Airways May 19, 1948 as NC67939. To Nenana Fuel Company 
				as N1837M, next to CF-FNC, to N1837M for Everets air Fuel, AK.
			78733 (c/n 22556) to N1258N Ortner Air Service, to Trans Continental Airlines 
				(Willow Run). To Nenana Fuel Company (AK). To C-GTPO.
			78734 (c/n 22557) to N68968 Riddle Airlines, to Zantop
			78735 (c/n 22559/CU2668) delivered to USAAF Aug 11, 1945, Re-Reg USAF Sept 18, 1947. WFU & stored Oct 1948. UFO (Ultimate Fate Obscure)
			78736 (c/n 22559) To N67991, then sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-652. W/o 1958.
			78737 (c/n 22560) to N4719C Riddle Airlines, to Zantop.
			78738 (c/n 22561) leased (with five others) by Skyways International Trading & Transport Co (Miami, Fl.) from USAF 19-May-1948; 
				NC1649M registered to Skyways International Trading & Transport Co 2-Jun-48 (with incorrect c/n ‘2505’); re-regd N1649M 
				1-Jan-1949; registered to Skyways International Trading & Transport Co 14-Feb-1949 (with corrected c/n 22561); noted with 
				TT152:27 hours on 18-Mar-50; leased (with two others) by Seaboard & Western Airlines Inc (New York) from USAF 21-Mar-1950; 
				registered to Seaboard & Western Airlines Inc 30-Mar-50; leased by Slick Airways Inc (Burbank, Ca.) from USAF 14-Jul-1952; 
				registered to Slick Airways Inc 28-Jul-1952; sold to Slick Airways Inc 30-Nov-56; sold by Slick to AAXICO Airlines Inc 
				(Miami, Fl.) 9-Sep-57; registered to AAXICO Airlines Inc 11-Sep-57; sold by AAXICO to William N. Hahn (Miami, Fl.) by 
				16-Nov-1964; registered to William N. Hahn 22-Dec-1964; major overhaul by Shannon Repair Services Ltd (Shannon, Ireland) 
				1965; sold by William N. Hahn to Caraibische Lucht Transport Maatschappij NV (Willemstad, Curacao, Netherland Antilles) 
				1-Jul-1965; export CofA issued 19-Aug-65 on sale to Netherland Antilles; ferry permit applied for 19-Aug-65 for flight 
				from Miami, Fl. to Curacao, Netherland Antilles; N1649M cancelled 15-Sep-65 to PJ-CLC; sold by Caraibische Lucht Transport 
				Maatschappij NV to Millard C. Berry (Miami, Fl.) (listed as CLTM’s General Manager) 16-May-1967; PJ-CLC cancelled 19-May-1967; 
				registered N1447 to Millard C. Berry May-67; CofA issued 7-Jun-67; sold by Millard C. Berry to Continental Air Services 
				Inc (Los Angeles, Ca.) 8-Sep-67; fitted with ferry tanks in USA Sep-67; N1447 flown by Les Strouse with CASI on rice 
				drops May-71 to Jun-1973; N1447 cancelled 10-May-1974 on sale to Laos; to XW-PMF with Royal Air Lao]; escaped from Vientiane 
				to Bangkok 24-May-1975; noted stored at Don Muang Jan-1976 (as XW-PMF); noted Jan-78 as HS-SKD; Reg 17-Nov-1978 to 
				Sahakol Air Cargo; did not enter commercial or cargo service; canx Apr-80 & stored at Don Muang until at least Jan-1984; 
				moved to Lad Phrao, Bangkok to become 'Apichart' coffee shop by 1985; moved to Chonburi 2001 & still there Sep-2006
			78739 (c/n 22562/CU2671) delivered to USAAF Aug 13, 1945, Re-Reg USAF Sept 18, 1947. Flying Tiger Lines bought Sept 27, 1950 
				Reg N67992. American Leasing bought Jun 1958 converted to C-46R-1 Reg CF-KHP. C-46 Parts Inc bought 1959 Reg N9320R. 
				Union Air Cargo S.A. bought Nov 1961 Reg LV-POI, Re-Reg LV-HIB Feb 1962. Aeroplan bought 1965. WFU & stored 
				Montevideo, Uruguay 1972. Scrapped
			78740 (c/n 22563) to N1650M, to N607SE Ortner Air Services, b/u Wakeman, OH.
			78741 (c/n 22564) to Colombian civil registry as HK-751
			78742 (c/n 22565) to N1248N Westair Transport, then to Fairbanks AS.
			78743 (c/n 22566) to N1246N Westair Transport, then to CP-801.
			78745 (c/n 22568) to civilian registry as N67986. Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-653. 
				Renumbered FAP-310. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAJ-543 and later re-registered 
				OB-R-543.
			78746 (c/n 22569) by 1956 was N1801M of Aerovias Sud Americana Inc.
			78747 (c/n 22570) to N1811M Riddle Airlines, to CP-725.
			78748 (c/n 22571) to Flying Tiger Line as N67983 Sept 1950.  To Zantop as N615Z in 1960, 
				renamed Universal in 1966.  To Aviation Associates of Georgia in 1968, then To Channel
				Air Lift in 1969, then Genavco in 1972.  To Astro Air Transport in 1974.  To Philippine civil
				registry as RP-C1132.  Impounded and WFU at Cagayan de Oro, Philippines by Aug 1989 and derelict by 1999.
			78749 (c/n 22572) on December 16, 1951 as N1678M for Miami Airlines crashed on takeoff at 
				Elizabeth, NJ (Newark Int'l Airport) 4 crew and 52 pax fatal. Shortly after 
				taking off from Newark Airport the control tower noticed smoke emanating from 
				the right engine. Minutes later the aircraft gradually descended, its left 
				wing dropped and the aircraft struck the roof of a building. Hold-down studs 
				in the number 10 cylinder of the right engine failed due to fatigue. Fire 
				erupted at the base of the failed cylinder. Extension of the landing gear and 
				loss of the right engine led to the aircraft stalling at the height of about 
				200 ft.
			78750 (c/n 22573/CU2682) leased by Southern Air Transport in 1948 as
				N1697M.  DBR after landing short Dallas, Love Field, TX Jul 19, 1953.
			78751 (c/n 22574/CU2683) leased to Miami Airlines in 1948 as N1679M.  Bought 
				by Canadian Airlines International (Canadian Pacific
				Airlines) Feb 10, 1955 as CF-CZJ.  Converted to C-46C in 1957.
				Bought by Pacific Western Airlines Jul 1959.  Bought by Bird and
				Sons in 1963 registered N9760Z.  Leased by Air America
				Sep 1964.  Bought by Continental Air Services 1965.  Bought
				by Tri-9 Corp in 1972.  DBR in rocket attack Phenom-Penh,
				Cambodia Aug 26, 1974.
			78752 (c/n 22575/CU2684) Leased by Nationwide Air Transport in 1948
				as N1312V.  Merged with Resort Airlines in 1950.  Bought by Capitol
				Airways Jun 1955.  Leased by Lufthansa Jan 1965, returned Jun 23, 1965.
				Bought by Hawley N. Evans Jan 1967.  Leased by Fairbanks Air 
				Services Jan 1967.  Minor damage when pilot ground looped at
				Fort Yukon, AK Jun 7, 1972.  Crashed when pilot landed short at
				Beluga, AK Jul 10, 1973.
			78753 (c/n 22576/CU2685) leased Jun 8, 1949 to Southern Air Transport
				and registered N1698M, bought Nov 1, 1954.  Bought by Intermountain
				Aviation Jun 4, 1969.  Bought by Rosenbaum Aviation Nov 24, 1973.
				Bought by International Airlines Academy Aug 26, 1975. Leased by 
				Trans Continental Airlines (Willow Run) Aug 26, 1975.  Bought by Express
				Net Airlines Aug 11, 1978.  Bought by F. A. Conner Aug 11, 1978.
				Bought by Cryderman Air Service Aug 11, 1978 (Century Airlines).
				Bought by Air-Trans Leasing Inc Feb 1982.  Bought by American
				Airfreight Co, Inc Jul 1985, reregistered as N77AF Nov 1985.  N787AF cancelled Jun 1987.
			78754 (c/n 22577/CU2686) leased by All Trans Airlines in 1948 and
				registered N1800M.  Leased by Flying Tiger Line in 1950.  Bought by
				Southern Air Transport Nov 1, 1954.  Bought by Avensa in 1958 and
				registered on Venezuelan ivl registry as YV-C-EVF.  Crashed after takeoff at San Fernando,
				Venezuela Apr 6, 1972.  2 crew killed.
			78755 (c/n 22578) to N1823M Airlift International (ex Riddle Airlines), w/o Aug 27,
				1964 in a Miami hurricane.
			78756 (c/n 22579) to civil registry as N67984 with Flying Tigers Airline, to Arctic Pacific,
				to Air America.  To Lancia Airline as VN-BRG, then to Aeronica as VN-BRG
			78757 (c/n 22580) to Flying Tiger Airlines as N67979, to Costal Aviation as N6072,
				Leased and returned to Airlift International as N6072, leased and returned
				to Slick Airways as N6072.  By 1956 was CF-HYU of Pacific Western Airlines.
				Sold to Servicios Aereos del Oriente (SAO) of Bolivia as CP-1524.  WFU and scrapped in Bolivia.
			78758 (c/n 22581) to N74174, Pan American World Airways, to Westair Transport. 
				Then to HP-310.
			78759 (c/n 22582/CU2691) leased by Regina Cargo Airlines and registered
				N9406H.  Overloaded aircraft crashed after left engine failed on
				takeoff at Teterboro, NJ May 27, 1950.  One of 2 crew killed.
			78760 (c/n 22583/CU2692) leased by Capitol International Airways in 1950
				and registered N1308V.  Bought by Capitol International Airways
				Nov 1, 1954.  Crashed after inflight fire Katy, TX Jan 22, 1961.
				Both crew killed.
			78761 (c/n 22584/CU2693) bought by Flying Tiger Line Jul 28, 1950 and
				registered as N67982.  Bought by Interior Enterprises Inc
				Feb 5, 1957.  Leased by Interior Airways Feb 5, 1957.  Bought by
				Interior Airways Jun 6, 1960.  WFU and stored 1970. There is a photo
				of N67982 after it landed on a frozen lake in Alaska and attempted
				to taxi to shore to unload in 1970 and sank.
			78762 (c/n 22585/CU2694) leased by Continental Charters in 1949 and
				registered N1804M.  Returned to USAF in 1954.  Bought by Aero
				American Corporation in 1958 and registered N1804M again. Bought by US
				Department of Justice Jan 15, 1959.  WFU and stored 1965.
			78763 (c/n 22586/CU2695) leased by US Airlines Inc in 1949 and registered
				as N1835M.  Returned to USAF in 1954.  Bought by Los Angeles Air
				Service Jul 15, 1956 and reregistered N1835M.  Leased to Tigres
				Voladores SA Jun 9 1958 and registered XA-MIS.  Crashed Puerto
				Kino, Mexico after possible onboard explosion Apr 17, 1959.  All
				26 onboard killed.
			78764 (c/n 22587) leased by Slick Airways in 1949 as N67970.  Returned Jul 14, 1954 and
				re-registered as 44-78764.  In 1955 bought by Aaxico Airlines and July 1960
				leased to Capitol Airways.  Returned Dec 1961, leased Aug 12, 1964 to Zantop
				Air Transport who bought it Sep 20, 1966  Zantop renamed Universal Airllines
				Sep 21, 1966.  Bought by Aviation Associates of Georgia Mar 15, 1968.
				Bought in 1968 by Shamrock Airlines.  Leased by Ortner Air Services Apr 1, 1974,
				who then subleased it to Trans Continental Airlines (Willow Run).  Bought by
				Trans Continental Airlines Jan 1980.  Bought by Air-Tram Leasing Inc of Bossier
				City, LA May 1982.  Confiscated when it landed in Mexico with a load of
				contraband.  To Mexican Air Force as TEC-6049.  Decommissioned 1989 and sold to
				an American businessman, but was conficated by the airport authorities for
				failure to pay parking fees.  Scrapped Jan 2001.
			78765 (c/n 22588) to N74175, Pan American World Airways, to LV-PSD.
			78766 (c/n 22589/CU2698) to Pan American World Airways Sep 27, 1950 as
				N67980.  Bought by Capitol International Airways Jul 1956. WFU
				and broken up Dec 1967.  Several sources have N67980 as being Flying
				Tiger Lines between Sep 27, 1950 and Jul 1956.
			78767 (c/n 22590/CU2699) bought by Flying Tiger Lines Sep 27, 1945 as
				N67981.  Bought by Zantop Air Transport in 1960 and registered
				as N616Z.  Crashed due to runaway propeller at Puyallup, WA
				Feb 16, 1963 after departure from McChord AFB.
			78768 (c/n 22591) to N67971 Aaxico Airlines, by 1957 was N67971 of Slick Airways.
				To Zantop.  lsf Shamrock AL for Airlantic Transport.
			78769 (c/n 22592) to N74176, Pan American World Airways.  W/o May 8, 1951 
				in accident San Paulo, Brazil
			78770 (c/n 22593) to civilian registry as N67993. Sold to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-651. 
				Renumbered FAP-309. Transferred to SATCO as OB-XAI-542 and later re-registered 
				OB-R-542
			78771 (c/n 22594) to NN3971B Aaxico Airlines, N3971B Zantop Airlines.  w/o Nov 20,  
				1964 at Detroit Metropolitan Airport after failed takeoff due to icing.
			78772 (c/n 22595) dropped from USAF inventory Jan 10, 1950.  Sold to Flying Tiger Line
				Apr 26, 1951 as N67996 and used to carry passengers.  Sold to Zantop Air Transport
				in 1959.  Registration changed to N614Z in 1960.   Zantop changed name to
				Universal Airlines in 1967.  Sold to Aviation Association of Georgia in Mar 1968,
				and then sold to Martin Air Leasing.  Went through a number of owners, including
				International Aerodyne, Inc, Trans Arctic Air (AK) and Ilford-Riverton Airways
				in Canada (registration changed to CF-ZQX).  Sold to Fairbanks Air Service
				(later renamed Great Northern Airlines) and registration changed to N800FA.
				Involved in accident May 17, 1975 while attempting to land on frozen lake in
				Alaska.  Repaired and sold May 1978 to Coffee Point Fish Co.  Sold to Atone Air Inc of
				Texas.   Seized by US marshals in August 1988 for allegedly smuggling guns,
				and turned over to Smithsonian Institution.  On permanent loan to the 
				National Warplane Museum, Elmira NY.
			78773 (c/n 22596) leased Pan American World Airways as N74177, Sep 11, 1948.   Returned to USAF Jan 23, 1953.
				Sold to Argonaut Nov 23, 1955 as N74178 to Riddle Airlines, to 
				Airlantic Transport (PR), to Mar Caribe
			78774 (c/n 22597) leased to Pan American World Airways as N74178.  Returned to USAF Jan 23, 1953.  Sold to 
				Argonaut AW Nov 23, 1955 as N74178. To N608SE with Ortner Air Services Jul 30, 1970, to Rosenbaum. To N78774.  Was
				flying with Confederate Air Force as *Tinker Bell*.  Acquired in 2011 by the 
				Warriors and Warbirds Museum, Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport, North Carolina.
			78775 (c/n 22598) leased to Pan American World Airways as N74179 Sep 15, 1948.  Returned to USAF
				Jan 28, 1953.  Sold to Resort, later to Riddle Airlines.  To Royal Air Lao as XW-PFP Mar 1968.
				To Air Union as XW-TDG Apr 1, 1968. 
			78776 (c/n 22599/CU2708) leased 1948 as N1211V.  Leased by New England Air
				Express in 1950 as N1309V.  Bought by Flying Tiger Line Nov 1, 1954.
				Bought by Capitol Anternational Airways Jul 1956.  Crashed shortly
				after takeoff following engine failure Kingston, Jamaica Sep 13, 1967.
			78777 (c/n 22600) to US Justice Dept as N1874C.  To Nordair as CF-NAU in 1966.  To FW Rhea as N1874C Apr 1970.
				Converted to Super 46C.  To N12500 in 1970.  Leased to Nordair as CF-NAU Jun 23, 1972.  To
				Fairbanks Air Service as N801FA May 31, 1974.  To Everets Air Fuel Dec 30, 2008.  C of R expiered Jun 30, 2013
			78778 (c/n 22601) leased to Slick Aug 14, 1950, registered N5370N Aug 29, 1950, cancelled Sep 28, 1954 on
				return to USAF.  Leased to Slick as N5207N by Jun 1, 1955, registered N5370N Jul 7, 1955, later
				bought.  To  Aaxico Airlines, leased to Capitol Jul 1960, leased to Zantop Jul 21, 1964.  Cancelled  
44-78779/78944	Curtiss C-46F Commando  
			Cancelled contract
44-78945/79244	Curtiss C-46F-1-CU Commando
			C/n 22768/23067,   Only 78945 (c/n 22768) was completed, the remainder being cancelled after V-J Day
			78945 (c/n 22768) built as Model CW-20B-5, designated C-46G-1-CU.  Converted to Model CW-20G, designated
				XC-113 in 1947 with General Electric TG-100 turboprop installed in starboard nacelle for tests. 
				Uncontrollabe with differential power, test program ended by ground accident and not flown with
				turboprop power.   WFU and stored Oct 1948.  N69964 allocated but NTU.
44-79245/79544	Curtiss C-46H-1-CU Commando
			C/n 32068/23367.  Contract cancelled
44-79545/80044	Piper L-4H Grasshopper
			c/n 11841/12340
			79545 (c/n 11841) registered as RP-C168 in Philippines, then
				to Australia as VH-LIV.  Flies in WW2 RAAF colors,
				coded QE and does not wear its US serial.
			79546 (c/n 11842) became HB-OEN
			79547 (c/n 11843) became D-EDOT (D-EBOR originally reserved but NTU.
			79558 (c/n 11854) became HB-OUD
			79559 (c/n 11855) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATW.
			79564 (c/n 11860) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALG
			79580 (c/n 11876) became F-BBIN, then G-BHZA Aug 5, 1980.  Registration
				cancelled Apr 3, 1989.  Registered G-LFOR Dec 11, 2007.  In 2013 was undergoing restoration in Malta
				and scheduled to be cancelled from UK register.  There is some inconsistency, since the first civilian 
				logbook that popped up after the war states 44-79580 but airframe S/N or C/N 11883. According the manufacturer records of Clyde 
				Smith (Piper Cub), C/N 11883 belongs to 44-79587.  Former F-BBIN, G-BHZA, present G-LFOR ) always carried C/N 11883 or S/N as 
				used by the CAA, during its civil life .  There are two possibilities: Perhaps 44-79580 was equipped with the frame of 
				44-79587 (C/N 11883) during or after the war. This was entered in the civil logbook as 44-79580 (C/N11883)
				Alternatively, 44-79580 could have been mistakenly entered by error as the S/N for the L4 carrying airframe S/N or C/N 11883
			79586 (c/n 11882) to F-DAFA then CN-TTK
			79593 (c/n 11889) to French AF, then became F-BEKZ
			79597 (c/n 11893) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ASY
			79609 (c/n 11905) to F-BFQX, then D-EAXY.  Registered G-BHXY Jul 1, 1980.
			79611 (c/n 11907) to French military, then became F-BMHM.
			79615 (c/n 11911) to French AF, then became F-BFYC.  Registered
				G-COPS Jul 17, 1979 (with c/n 36-817, which is USAAC contract
				number)
			79632 (c/n 11928) became SE-ASP
			79649 (c/n 11945) became G-AIIH Sep 14, 1946. Still current as of 2006.
			79651 (c/n 11947) became OO-RAF, then OO-RAZ.  Registered EI-CFO May 13, 1992.
			79654 (c/n 11950) became I-MALU
			79663 (c/n 11959) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKT
			79666 (c/n 11962) to Polish civil registry as SP-AIC
			79668 (c/n 11964) became OO-MCG, then OY-TRP.
			79669 (c/n 11965) became SE-ATE
			79671 (c/n 11967) became OO-GAG, then F-BDRT, later on French 
				civil registry as F-BGTP.  Registered Feb 5, 2009 as F-AZXP.
			79672 (c/n 11968) became OO-AAF, Then D-EMAC, then OY-ALI, then on Swedish 
				civil registry as SE-BEN
			79675 (c/n 11971) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMM
			79683 (c/n 11979) became SE-ATT
			79698 (c/n 11994) became SE-ASS
			79709 (c/n 12005) became OO-VVV, then OO-VIL, then G-CVIL.  Sold in May 2001 to German owner as D-EGMG.
			79711 (c/n 12007) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AST
			79725 (c/n 12021) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALN
			79729 (c/n 12025) became LN-HHF, then LN-HOL, then SE-BES
			79730 (c/n 12026) became HB-ALP
			79731 (c/n 12027, fuselage frame number 11854) to Swiss registry as HB-ONC in 1947.  Towed gliders for over 60
				years, then to US registry in 2005 as N79731
			79732 (c/n 12028) became HB-OIR, then F-GJRC (G-GJPR originally reserved but NTU).  Reported
				sold to owner in Germany Jun 2009
			79741 (c/n 12037) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFU
			79744 (c/n 12040) to civil registry as F-BFQP, then G-BGPD
			79747 (c/n 12043) became SE-ATG then OH-CPH, then SE-ATG again
			79748 (c/n 12044) became SE-AWL
			79751 (c/n 12047) became PH-NBP, then D-EHID (registrations D-EKAB
				and D-ECAX had been reserved but neither were taken up). Registered
				G-BJSK Nov 20, 1981 (British registration authority shows C/n as
				11874, which is the fuselage frame number) 
			79761 (c/n 12057) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATP
			79763 (c/n 12059) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUC
			79764 (c/n 12060) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUX
			79766 (c/n 12062) became NC79807 Jun 4, 1946, to F-BCOT May 1947 and G-BKHG September 1982
			79767 (c/n 12063) became HB-ONB
			79770 (c/n 12066) became SE-AUL.  Registratin LN-BDB was then reserved
				but NTU, aircraft remained SE-AUL
			79772 (c/n 12068) became OO-DAA (OO-DAB originally reserved but NTU).
				Then D-EMUX, then EC-HUO
			79781 (c/n 12077) became SL-AAA, then D-ECAV.  To G-AISS Sep 3, 1985.  Still
				current Aug 2, 2006.  Certificate of airworthiness expired Jun 25, 1997.
			79783 (c/n 12079) became I-AGAA
			79785 (c/n 12081) became SE-ASO, then LN-IKJ
			79788 (c/n 12084) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ASZ
			79796 (c/n 12092) became HB-OFP
			79813 (c/n 12109). The registration G-AJBE was allocated Jan 17, 1947 but not 
				taken up; became NC6400N instead (I believe that the owner was a US citizen 
				so as the law stood at the time could not put the aircraft on the British 
				register). Became G-AKNC Jan 5, 1948; registration cancelled Dec 13, 1948 and aircraft 
				presumably stored, as was not registered OH-CPC until Oct 13, 1951.  Crashed at 
				Lieksa-Nurmes Jul 2, 1995.
			79817 (c/n 12113) became N9345H.  To Kalamazoo Museum of Aviation in 2007
			78923 (c/n 12119) became HB-OIN
			79826 (c/n 12122) became OO-ALY.  Frame used in 1970s to rebuild OO-GEJ, which
				identity it then took.  Became G-AHIP Jul 3, 1985, still current on UK
				civil registry as of Aug 2, 2006, but certificate of airworthiness expired Dec 11, 2003.
			79832 (c/n 12128) became I-PIST then I-BOBO
			79836 (c/n 12132) became HB-OWO
			79848 (c/n 12144) to French AF.  Became F-OBAX, then F-BFNM, then D-ELRO, then HB-ONW.
			79850 (c/n 12146) became SE-ATU
			79855 (c/n 12151) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BNI
			79858 (c/n 12154) became F-BEKV.  Rebuilt as "Rippert A.1-65 Cub" with c/n 1
				and registered as F-PHOQ.
			79859 (c/n 12155) to civil registry as EI-BCM
			79863 (c/n 12159) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKC
			79865 (c/n 12161) to French civil registry as F-BFYU.
			79866 (c/n 12162) to French AF.  To civil registry as OO-RAM, then G-AJAO, then D-EJAO.  to Netherlands civil
				registry as PH-LIK.
			79868 (c/n 12164) became F-BETR
			79870 (c/n 12166) became OO-PCR, then F-BFYM.
			79878 (c/n 12174) to French AF, then became F-OAJF, then F-BFEC.  Registered
				G-BEUI May 19, 1977.
			79884 (c/n 12180) to Polish civil registry as SP-ANL
			79888 (c/n 12184) to French AF, then became F-BGQD (F-BGQA originally allocated
				but NTU), then G-AYEN Jun 4, 1970.  British CAA shows cn to be 43865,
				which might mean that there was a fuselage swap at some point.
			79889 (c/n 12185) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFY.  Reregistered SP-AMH and later SP-FPA.  
				Recently completely rebuilt and rerestered with original civil identity of SP-AFY
			79896 (c/n 12192) became N79819, then G-ANXP Dec 13, 1954, then
				D-EGUL Oct 14, 1955, then PH-CMS, then OO-GMS (OO-LSD originally
				allocated but NTU), then F-GLMS Dec 1991.  Noted 2005 at
				Association des Cages a Poules d'Acquitaine, Koorac-sur-Louyre.
			79897 (c/n 12193) to A. Martens May 1948 as OO-ADJ.  OO-ADJ was sold to an English owner 
				and registered G-BOXJ Aug 1, 1988.
			79898 (c/n 12194) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFZ
			79902 (c/n 12198) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BCB.
			79909 (c/n 12205) to F-DAEC then CN-TUC
			79918 (c/n 12214) became G-ALMA Apr 25, 1949 (registerd with c/n 12042), then cancelled on export to Germany
				Feb 12, 1957 (presumably to USAF flying club), then registered N9865F Feb 1957 to Bentwater Aero Club based at
				RAF Bentwaters, UK with c/n 12042).  Cancelled on export to UK as G-BBXS Jan 25, 1974 but registered as C/n 9865 
				which may be a corruption of its previous registration.  Registration cancelled as WFU Nov 29, 2010.
				G-BLMA registered with c/n 12214 Jan 5, 2011
			79921 (c/n 12217) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWM
			79924 (c/n 12220) to civil registry as OO-EAB, but currently owned by DuPont, crashed at Grimbergen May 15, 2000.
				Reportedly sold to owner in Holland
			79926 (c/n 12222) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWN
			79933 (c/n 12229) became F-BFML
			79943 (c/n 12239) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3070 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3070.
			79956 (c/n 12252) became HB-OSM
			79958 (c/n 12254) became OK-YIE, then OK-UXE.
			79967 (c/n 12263) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3075 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3075.
			79968 (c/n 12264) became HB-OVE
			79977 (c/n 12273) became HB-OFW
			79982 (c/n 12278) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3070 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3079.
			79983 (c/n 12279) to Italian civil registry in 1950 as I-MINK
			79985 (c/n 12281) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BEH, to HB-OQD, to D-ELAT
			79987 (c/n 12283) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3077 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3077.
			79990 (c/n 12286) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3071 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3071.
			79993 (c/n 12289) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3076 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3076.
			79995 (c/n 12291) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3074 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3074.  To PP-GZH in 1962.
			80007 (c/n 12303) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3073 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3073.
			80008 (c/n 12304) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3078 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3078.
			80009 (c/n 12305) used in Italy 1944/5 by Brazilian 1st Esquadrilha de Ligacio
				e Observacio.   To Brazil at end of war and serialled FAB-3072 and
				later (ca 1957) reserialled L4-3072.
			80012 (c/n 12308) became OO-ZOO, then F-BFQK, then D-EFQK, then OY-AVD, then SE-IMH.
			80013 (c/n 12309) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFS
			80015 (c/n 12311) to civil registry as OO-RAY, then G-AKIB. Apr 18, 1984.
				Still current on UK registry as of Aug 7, 2006.
			80019 (c/n 12315) became HB-OUE
			80020 (c/n 12316) became HB-OUN
			80023 (c/n 12319) became SE-ATZ
			80028 (c/n 12324) became HB-OSB then D-EBUG
			80032 (c/n 12841) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BPX
			80036 (c/n 12332) became F-BDTH, converted to J/2 Cub configuration and reregistered F-WZBM, then F-AZBM
			80037 (c/n 12333) became OO-AVO, then OO-SAM, then HB-OKN
			80038 (c/n 12334) to Polish civil registry as SP-ANY
			80039 (c/n 12335) became OO-PIE, then F-BFQE, then EI-BCN Nov 26, 1976
44-80045/80844	Piper L-4J Grasshopper
			c/n 12341/13140
			80057 (c/n 12353) completed restoration May 2010.  Now N62053
			80058 (c/n 12354) on civil registry as N5782N, later N14KF, undergoing restoration.
			80060 (c/n 12356) to F-BCPL, then CN-TYA
			80076 (c/n 12372) became SE-ATX,then HB-OIC
			80083 (c/n 12379) became OO-LIL, then OO-AED
			80087 (c/n 12383) became OO-EPI, then OO-SOC.  Registered as G-BDEZ Jun 17, 1975.
			80091 (c/n 12387) on civl registry as SE-AUF.  OK-DUO-04 and OK-EUJ-44 are replicas also
				wearing this serial number.
			80110 (c/n 12406) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHB.  In 2010 was on display at Czech Aviation Museum in
				Kbely, outside Prague.
			80112 (c/n 12408) became HB-OEK, then D-EBUR
			80116 (c/n 12412) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHP
			80121 (c/n 12417) became F-BDTK, then CN-TUK, then F-DACK, then CN-TVO, then G-BKGO
				Aug 5, 1982, then OY-PJJ May 1987.
			80122 (c/n 12418) became SE-AWK
			80132 (c/n 12428) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGN
			80133 (c/n 12429) became OO-AVS.  Registered G-BDCD Apr 28, 1975.
			80139 (c/n 12435) to Polish civil registry ss SP-AKR
			80144 (c/n 12440) became HB-OEY
			80147 (c/n 12443) became F-BBQD
			80148 (c/n 12444) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATH
			80163 (c/n 12459) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKE
			80175 (c/n 12471) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATF, then to OH-BPA
			80178 (c/n 12474) became I-SISI
			80180 (c/n 12476) to OO-AJK
			80189 (c/n 12485) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUY
			80192 (c/n 12488) became F-BDTT
			80194 (c/n 12490) became F-BBQC, then G-KIRK Feb 28, 1979.  Crash landed
				on road near Kanazawa, Japan Oct 21, 2005.  Rebuilt.  Ditched due to
				engine failure and sunk into Caribbean 120 KM NW of Puerto Plata,
				Dominican Republic Feb 16, 2008.  Pilot rescued by Coast Guard.  Aircraft was named
				"Liberty Girl" and had been flown by Maurice Kirk in London-to-Sydney air race in 2001.
			80196 (c/n 12492) became NC74116, then F-BEGR, the HB-OVF
			80198 (c/n 12494) became HB-OSG, then EC-AQZ.  Registered EI-BYY
				Apr 12, 1990.
			80200 (c/n 12496) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHI
			80203 (c/n 12499) to civil registry as J-BFBZ, EICAP, G-SEED.
			80207 (c/n 12503) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUZ
			80217 (c/n 12513) was to have gone to Norway but did not, then D-EDUS
				reserved but NTU.  Became D-EBIS.
			80221 (c/n 12517) became SE-ATO
			80223 (c/n 12519) became HB-ONH
			80226 (c/n 12522) to R. Andresen Apr 1948 as LN-SAG, then D-EJIB, Then OH-PAD.
			80230 (c/n 12526) became F-BDTS
			80231 (c/n 12527) became F-BFMQ
			80234 (c/n 12530) became HB-OUP
			80236 (c/n 12532) became F-BFBT.  Registered G-BFHI Nov 25, 1977
			80238 (c/n 12534) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUG
			80239 (c/n 12535) became SE-BFD.
			80242 (c/n 12538) became OO-GAC, the OO-AAT.  Registered G-BDEY Jun 17, 1975.
			80246 (c/n 12542) became HB-OEL, then HB-ODW
			80248 (c/n 12544) became F-BDTM, then F-BGPS, then G-AXGP Jun 2, 1969.
				Still current on UK registry as of Aug 16, 2006, but the paperwork
				shows the c/n as 9542, but frame number (12374) is that for 44-80248.
			80250 (c/n 12546) became F-BFMN, then G-BCUC May 1, 1975.  Registered EI-BEN
				Apr 28, 1978.  British registration cancelled Apr 13, 1978
			80251 (c/n 12547) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BFF
			80254 (c/n 12550) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATR
			80264 (c/n 12560) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMD
			80266 (c/n 12562) to civil registryas NC62099.  Donated to Naval Air Musem, Barbers Point, Hawaii Feb 2014.
			80270 (c/n 12566) to civil registry as HB-OFZ, D-EBEN, G-BLEN, then G-HEWI
			80274 (c/n 12570) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATK, then to LN-TVN
			80278 (c/n 12574) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKS
			80279 (c/n 12575) became HB-OBL
			80283 (c/n 12579) became LN-SAI
			80285 (c/n 12581) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGF
			80287 (c/n 12583) became LN-RAP, later SE-CDH, then LN-RAP again
			80292 (c/n 12588) to Polish civil registry as SP-AFT
			80295 (c/n 12591) became HB-OBR, then D-EGAR, then OY-ALF
			80297 (c/n 12593) to Air Union Mar 1948 as OO-AHP.
			80299 (c/n 12595) became HB-OER
			80300 (c/n 12596) to Swedish civil registry as SE-ATY
			80303 (c/n 12599) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWH
			80306 (c/n 12602) to Czech AF.  Became OE-ADV, then D-EHTU.
			80307 (c/n 12603) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AUA
			80312 (c/n 12608) became SE-BNI, then LN-IKH, then SE-BNI again
			80313 (c/n 12609) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWF
			80315 (c/n 12611) became OO-VR, then LX-ACL, then D-EMYT, then HB-OXR.
			80316 (c/n 12612) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BFE, then D-ELIC, then I-SARI
			80317 (c/n 12613) became F-BBQD.  Registered G-KERK Ma 8, 1980,
				reregistered G-BILD Dec 15, 1980, reregistered G-OINK Mar 22, 1983.
				Registered G-KERK again Apr 20, 2009.
			80321 to civil registry as G-FRAN
			80323 (c/n 12619) became HB-OIA
			80326 (c/n 12622) became D-EOMA.  With Deutsches Museum, Munich.
			80329 (c/n 12625) became F-BBQZ
			80331 (c/n 12627) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKA
			80338 (c/n 12634) to Polish civil registry as SP-AKN
			80343 (c/n 12639) became HB-ODO then EC-AIY
			80344 (c/n 12640) became F-BDTL, then SL-AAC, then SL-ABC, then
				D-EDUH, the OY-ALN.  Was then to have become SE-IML but
				reservation not taken up, became LN-RBI instead.
			80347 (c/n 12643) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALP
			80349 (c/n 12645) became SE-CAN
			80352 (c/n 12648) became HB-OGZ
			80354 (c/n 12650) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BYX, then LN-SAH
			80361 (c/n 12657) became OO-GAE Jan 23, 1947, then F-BGXP Oct 22, 1953,
				then EI-BIO in 1980.  Still current as of Dec 19, 2007
			80365 (c/n 12661) became HB-ONE
			80376 (c/n 12672) to Polish civil registry as SP-AIR
			80380 (c/n 12676) to civil registry as OO-BGA, OO-AFI, then G-AGIV Aug 13, 1982.
				Still on UK civil registry as of Aug 2, 2006
			80383 (c/n 12679) became F-BFFJ
			80386 (c/n 12682) became OO-AVP, then OO-GEL
			80389 (c/n 12685) became SE-AUH
			80391 (c/n 12687) became HB-OCH.  Registered G-LOCH Dec 10, 1984.
			80392 (c/n 12688) to Polish civil registry as SP-AME
			80400 (c/n 12696) became N74123, then F-BFOZ
			80405 to civil registry as EI-BFO
			80408 (c/n 12704) became HB-OCI
			80426 (c/n 12722) became D-EDIT
			80446 (c/n 12742) to Polish civil registry as SP-AII
			80464 (c/n 12760) became OO-GEK, then OO-CEK, then 9O-CEK, then 9Q-CEK,
				then OO-CEK again
			80472 (c/n 12768) to Polish civil registry as SP-AIT
			80473 (c/n 12769) became HB-OAA, then D-EGYS, then D-EGVS.
			80474 (c/n 12770) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHA
			80476 (c/n 12772) to Belgium as OO-GEI 1946..  Reregistered as OO-AVL in 1954.  Sold to Netherlands as PH-NLI 1965.
				To Hilversum-Schipol in 1979.  Registration cancelled in 1980.  On load to Nationaal Automobiel Museum, 
				Raamsdonksveer in 1985.  To Veghel in 1989 where it was put on display in 1990 with fake s/n 32-S.
			80478 (c/n 12774) to Polish civil registry as SP-AMF
			80480 (c/n 12776) became HB-OCI, the F-BCPS.  Registered G-BECN Jul 27, 1976.
			80488 (c/n 12784) to civil registry as OO-AVT, F-BBOO, then F-BKNO.
			80492 (c/n 12788) became NC74124, then F-BFQL
			80497 (c/n 12793) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALS
			80498 (c/n 21794) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGT
			80501 (c/n 12797) to Air Union Mar 1984 as LN-SAP.
			80506 (c/n 12802) became F-BFQB, then SL-AAX, then D-ENAC, then SE-AMB.
			80507 (c/n 12083) to Swedish civil registry as SE-CEU, then LN-RTV, then LN-RAV
			80508 (c/n 12804) became F-BDTX.
			80510 (c/n 12806) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BFL
			80511 (c/n 12807) to Swedish civil registry as SE-CGY, then LN-RTM, then LN-PAM
			80513 (c/n 12809) to civil registry as G-BSYO
			80514 (c/n 12810) became F-BFQH, then HB-OKP
			80515 (c/n 12811) became LN-OAE, then LN-BFT
			80522 (c/n 12818) became OY-POL
			80527 (c/n 12823) to Polish civil registry as SP-AGY
			80541 (c/n 12837) to HB-OGU, then D-EHAC, flying in Germany as D-EMMV.
			80545 (c/n 12841) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BPX
			80546 (c/n 12842) became HB-OCU
			80551 (c/n 12847-1022) to HB-OAB, then OE-ABO, then LX-ABO, then D-EFPB reserved but not
				taken up, then to OY-ALP, then LN-KLT, to user in Sweden in 1002 as SE-BMC.
				Formally registered to M. Carlsson of Loeberoed, Sweden as SE-BMC May 12, 2003
			80554 (c/n 12850) to Lillehammer Flyklubb Mar 1948 as LN-SAN
			80560 (c/n 12856) to L. Billion May 1948 as F-BEGJ.
			80561 (c/n 12857) to Kjevik Flyklubb Mar 1948 as LN-RAR
			80562 (c/n 12858) to civil registry as N98233
			80563 (c/n 12859) became OB-OAF, then D-EGUM
			80567 (c/n 12863) became HB-OSS then OE-ACR
			80570 (c/n 12866) became HB-ODE
			80571 (c/n 12867) became HB-ONA
			80578 (c/n 12874) became HB-ONO, then D-EBIW, then LN-HAX.
			80579 (c/n 12875) to Polish civil registry as SP-AHF
			80589 (c/n 12885) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALA
			80590 (c/n 12886) became F-BEGG
			80593 (c/n 12889) became LN-RAK
			80594 (c/n 12890) became F-BDTC.  Registered G-BEDJ Aug 5, 1976.
			80595 (c/n 12891) at Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, FL 1998, displayed as 43-30426.  
				Civilian registration is N1406V
			80596 (c/n 12892) became HB-ODC
			80597 (c/n 12893) became HB-OWN, then D-EGUH, then OO-SKY, then PH-GEN.
				Registration Ph0CUB reserved but NTU, remained as PH-GEN.
			80600 (c/n 12896) became HB-OGE, then F-BFQM, then HB-OXI
			80601 (c/n 12897) became HB-OAG
			80608 (c/n 12904) by 1956 was LN-RAL (registration LN-RAK originally reserved
				but NTU) for Wideroes Flyveselskap, then became OY-AVP, then SE-BEC.
			80609 (c/n 12905) became N1315V.  Registered Sep 7, 2005 to British user
				as G-RRSR.
			80610 (c/n 12906) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALU
			80613 (c/n 12909) to Polish civil registry as SP-ALF
			80617 (c/n 12913) to Swedish civil registry as SE-AWZ
			80636 (c/n 12932) became NC74121, then F-BETT, then G-AXHP Jun 9, 1969.
				Still current on UK registry as of Aug 16, 2006.
			80641 (c/n 12937) current as HB-OAG
			80644 (c/n 12940) to civil registry as F-BFFL, then G-BGTI.
			80647 (c/n 12943) became HB-ONI, then D-EGAF
			80653 (c/n 12949) became F-BCPD, the OO-YOL
			80659 (c/n 12955) to Swedish civil registry as SE-BCX, then LN-RAT
			80663 (c/n 12959) became F-BFBQ
			80665 (c/n 12961) became F-BCPX. Registered Jun 6, 2003 to H. Malitchenko of Vesoul, France as F-PPHM
			80667 (c/n 12963) became HB-ONK, then F-GJEM
			80669 (c/n 12965) to civil registry as N23378.  Became HB-OCM, later EC-AJY.
			80690 (c/n 12986) became HB-OGY, then F-BFMM, then HB-OXZ
			80691 (c/n 12987) became HB-OCL, then D-ECYC, then D-EDMA, then OY-ALR
			80693 (c/n 12989) became HB-ODF then HB-OGR, then D-ECAS
			80707 (c/n 13003) became HB-OAE with Geneva Aero Club.  Crashed in 1966.
			80718 (c/n 13014) : An L-4 in military colours with '4480718' on the tail 
				was declared Grand Champion Warbird at Sun'N'Fun 2003. I don't know its 
				civilian identity nor whether it is the real 44-80718.  This plane is probably
				actually 44-80778.
			80723 (c/n 13019) became HB-OSP, then D-ECEL.  Registered as G-BFZB Sep 21, 1978.
			80732 (c/n 13028) became OO-SUD, then F-BFQD
			80736 (c/n 13032) became HB-ONG
			80747 (c/n 13043) to Swedish civil registry as SE-CTF, then to Flyklubben Kraka Mar 1948 as LN-SAS
			80752 (c/n 13048) became OO-SWA, then F-BFFH.  Registered G-BCXJ Feb 21, 1975.
			80753 (c/n 13049) became F-BEGZ.  Registered G-BDMS Nov 4, 1975.
			80756 (c/n 13052) was to have become D-EDYR but NTU and then to Austrian registry as OE-AAR.  Then
				became D-EFPE (originally assigned registration D-EGPI but was NTU), and then 
				to Denmark civil registry OY-ANF
			80758 (c/n 13054) became OO-AVJ on Belgian civil registry, then F-BFYI
			80762 (c/n 13058) became F-BEGB, then D-ELWY, then EI-BBV Jun 15, 1976
			80775 (c/n 13071) became HB-OES then I-ALDO
			80778 (c/n 13074) saw service with US Army in Italy.  Restored to Championship configuration
				and awarded Grand Ghampion World War II Warbird Golden Eagle trophy at Sun-n-Fun
				in 2003.
			80785 (c/n 13081) delivered to 5th Army Dec 25, 1944.  Flew in combat in Italy.  Returned to USA Sep 1946.
				To civil registry as N5930V.
			80817 (c/n 13113) became F-BFBC then HB-OII, then D-EOII
			80822 (c/n 13118) to PI-C161
			80824 (c/n 13120) to Swiss civil registry as HB-OUW, then to Austrian civil registry as OE-AAG
			80825 (c/n 13121) to civil registry as F-BCPG, then I-BISI
			80827 (c/n 13123) became HB-OGA
			80833 (c/n 13129) became HB-ELI
			80834 (c/n 13130) became HB-ODX
			80835 (c/n 13131) became HB-OFK
			80841 (c/n 13137) to Belgian civil registry as OO-AVZ,then D-EMYR, then to Finnish
				civil registry as OH-PAE
			80843 (c/n 13139) became HB-OSK
44-80845/81644	North American AT-6D-NT Texan
			c/n 121-41567/42366
			80858 (c/n 121-41580) to Spanish AF as C.6-24.  Sold Jul 9, 1983 and 
				became N107FG
			80881 (c/n 121-41603) to Spanish AF as C.6-23.  WFU at Cuatro Vientos Aug 1979
			80885/80924 (c/n 121-41607/41646) to US Navy as SNJ-5 BuNo 90891/90930.
				80912 (c/n 121-41634) to US Navy as 90918.
			80925/80994 (c/n 121-41647/41716)
				80926 (c/n 121-41648) Lend-Lease to Guatemala
				80936 (c/n 121-41658) to Spanish AF as C.6-40.  W/o, date unknown.
				80946 (c/n 121-41668) Lend-Lease to Guatemala
				80948 (c/n 121-41670) to Spanish AF as C.6-42
				80950 (c/n 121-41672)
				80953 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by AAA and crashlanded Nov 30, 1950.
				80954 (c/n 121-41676) to France as F-TERE, which was a military radio callsign, not a
					civilian registration.
				80961 (c/n 121-41683) to Spanish AF as C.6-41
				80981 (c/n 121-41703) to Spanish AF as C.6-49
				80985 (c/n 121-41707) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80986 (c/n 121-41708) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80987 (c/n 121-41709) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80988 (c/n 121-41710) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80989 (c/n 121-41711) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80990 (c/n 121-41712) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80991 (c/n 121-41713) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80992 (c/n 121-41714) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80993 (c/n 121-41715) Lend-Lease to Brazil
				80994 (c/n 121-41716) Lend-Lease to Brazil
			80995/81024 (c/n 41717/41746) to US Navy as SNJ-5 BuNo 90931/90960.
				81016 (c/n 121-41738) to USN as SNJ-5 BuNo 90952.
				81033 (6147th CTG, 6148th TCS) crashed into mountain near Panha-dong, Korea Oct 30, 1950.
				81046 (6147th TCG) lost north of Wonju, Korea Feb 6, 1951.
			81025/81089 (c/n 121-41747/41811)
				81035 (c/n 121-41757) to Brazilian AF as 1639.  Sold as PT-KUX
				81046 (c/n 121-41768) lost from unknown cause N of Wonju, South Korea Feb 6, 1951.
				81052 (c/n 121-41764) to Spanish AF as C.6-35
				81085 (c/n 121-41807) Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				81086 (c/n 121-41808) Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				81087 (c/n 121-41809) Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				81088 (c/n 121-41810) Lend-Lease to Venezuela
				81089 (c/n 121-41811) Lend-Lease to Venezuela
			81090/81124 (c/n 41812/41846) to US Navy as SNJ-5 BuNo 90961/90995.
				81097 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) shot down by ground fire Jul 14, 1951.
				81113 (c/n 121-41835) to USN as SNJ-5 BuNo 90984.
			81125/81209 (c/n 121-41847/41931)
				81149 (c/n 121-41871) to Spanish AF as C.6-52
				81152 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1953.
				81154 (c/n 121-41876) to Spanish AF as C.6-53
				81157 (c/n 121-41879) Lend-Lease to Guatemala
				81159 (c/n 121-41881) to France
				81160/81174 (c/n 121-41882/41896) Lend-Lease to Peru
				81175/81189 (c/n 121-41897/41911) Lend-Lease to Bolivia as FAB A-175/189
				81197 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.
				81201 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1953.
				81207 (c/n 121-41929) to Spanish AF as C.6-37
			81210/81249 (c/n 122-41932/41971) to US Navy as SNJ-5 BuNo 90996/91035.
			81250/81309 (c/n 121-41972/42031)
				81256 (c/n 121-41978) to Spanish AF as C.6-38
				81285 (c/n 121-42007) Lend-Lease to Guatemala
				81290/81297 (c/n 121-42012/42019) Lend-Lease to Colombia
				81298/81309 (c/n 121-42020/42031) Lend-Lease to Chile
			81310/81349 (c/n 121-42032/42071) to US Navy as SNJ-5 BuNo 91036/91075.
				81346 (c/n 121-42068) to USN as SNJ-5 BuNo 91072.  Now owned by Jack Roush and flying as N6637C
				81356 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) crashlanded after combat mission Jan 11, 1952.
				81365 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire Nov 14, 1951.
			81370/81395 (c/n 121-42092/42117) to US Navy as SNJ-5 BuNo 91076/91101.
			81396/81644 (c/n 121-42118/42366)
				81405 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by AAA and crashed N of Imjin River Aug 26, 1951.
				81433 to RCAF in May 1951.  w/o in accident Jul 25, 1952, Trenton.
				81440 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1953.
				81464 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1953.
				81468 (c/n 121-42190) to Navy as 84917, or perhaps 112049.  Anyone know which one?
				81470 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 1953.
				81482 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.
				81486 (c/n 121-42208) to France as F-TEUI, which was a military radio callsign, not a
					civilian registration.
				81488 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.
				81493 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
				81494 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1954.
				81506 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.  Was HB-331, registered
					N7231C Sep 13, 2007.  To UK registry Jun 2012 as G-TDJN
				81514 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1953.
				81525 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 1953.
				81528 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1953.
				81553 (3525th Plt Tng Wing) crashed NE of Williams AFB Aug 28, 1947.  2 crew killed.
				81564 to Brazilian AF as 1643.  Sold at PT-TRB
				81566 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 1953.
				81569 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Sep 1953.
				81577 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Nov 1953.
				81601 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Oct 1953.
				81610 (6147th CTG, 6148th TCS) shot down by AAA SW of Chungam-ni, Korea Sep 19, 1950.
				81619 (3028BU) crashed 17 mi W of Chandler, Arizona Oct 29, 1945.  Pilot killed.
				81626 (c/n 121-42348) to Spanish AF as C.6-39
				81634 to RCAF in May 1951.  Returned to USAF Feb 1953.  At one time
					to Brazilian Af as 1631.
44-81645/82600	North American AT-6F-NT Texan 
			c/n 121-42367/43322.  411 were transferred to the US Navy as SNJ-6, BuNo 111949/112359
			81645 (c/n 121-42367) with 6147th Tactical Control Squadron crashed after wings came off 3 mi SE of Kumchon, 
				North Korea Sep 23, 1950.  Both crew killed.  Listed on KORWALD as 44-86145, which is not an AT-6F
			81648 (c/n 121-42370) to N2067E.  Registration cancelled Jun 2, 2006 as
				destroyed by premises fire.
			81657 (c/n 121-42379) to Royal Thai AF as F8-91/94
			81673 (c/n 121-42395) to Japanese Air Self Defense Force as 52-0010.  Preserved in Hamamatsu Base Museum in Oct 2007.
			81684 (c/n 121-42406) to Royal Thai AF as F8-92/94
			81687 (c/n 121-42409)  registered as N68787 in 1963 with San Bernardino Junior College, CA. To Victoria
				Air Maintenance, Victoria BC then to John Schwamm, Anchorage AK Jan 15, 1986 and registered as N36JS. 
				To Phil Cooper, Reese Dill and Rus Noftsker/T64 US Inc, Bedford, MA Jan 15, 1987.  To N164US Jan 1987.
				Landed short and crashed into the Nashua River in Fitchburg, MA Nov 6,
				2010. Pilot killed, passanger survived.
			81689 (c/n 121-42411) to Royal Thai AF as F8-93/94
			81690 to Air France as F-BJBT. To COGEA as OO-JBT. Found in scrapyard 
				in Amsterdam October 1980; subsequently scrapped.
			81691 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) crashed into sea E of 38th parallel Dec 17, 1950,
				both crewmen rescued.
			81707 (c/n 121-42429) to Royal Thai AF as F8-94/94
			81708 (c/n 121-42430) with 6147th Tactical Control Squadron shot down by ground fire over South Korea Apr 23, 1951.
				Brew of 2 bailed out and were rescued.
			81719 (c/n 121-42441) became D-IDOK, then D-FDOK.  Registration cancelled
				Jan 17, 1962.
			81730 to Air France as F-BJBU. To COGEA as OO-JBU. Found in scrapyard 
				in Amsterdam October 1980; subsequently scrapped 
			81731 (c/n 121-42453) to Royal Thai AF as F8-95/94
			81743 (c/n 121-42465) to Royal Thai AF as F8-96/94
			81754 (c/n 121-42476) to Royal Thai AF as F8-97/94
			81770 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) crashed near Ousil, Korea Jul 12, 1951.
			81775 to Air France as F-BJBS. To COGEA as OO-JBS. Found in scrapyard 
				in Amsterdam October 1980; subsequently scrapped 
			81778 (c/n 121-42500) became D-IDEM, later D-FDEM. By 1991 was in Luftfahrtausstellung at
				Hermeskeil, Germany
			81780 (c/n 121-42502) transferred to Central Air Transport Corp.  Later became VR-HDC, then CATC-14
			81788 (c/n 121-42510) to Royal Thai AF as F8-98/94
			81796 (c/n 121-42518) to Royal Thai AF as F8-99/94. At Royal Thai AF Museum, Don Muang.
			81803 (c/n 121-42525) was N7809B.  Registration cancelled by FAA Oct 14, 2008
				as "derelict by 1983"
			81812 (c/n 121-42534) to Royal Thai AF as F8-100/94
			81817 (c/n 121-42539) to Royal Thai AF as F8-101/94
			81819 (c/n 121-42541) noted Sept 2003 at Linear Air Park, Dyess AFB, TX
			81820 (c/n 121-42542) to Royal Thai AF as F8-102/94
			81835 (c/n 121-42557) to Royal Thai AF as F8-103/94
			81837 (c/n 121-42559) to Royal Thai AF as F8-104/94
			81845 (c/n 121-42567) to Royal Thai AF as F8-105/94
			81849 (c/n 121-42571) to Royal Thai AF as F8-106/94
			81850 (c/n 121-42572) to Royal Thai AF as F8-107/94
			81866 (c/n 121-42588) to Royal Thai AF as F8-108/94
			81871 (c/n 121-42593) to Royal Thai AF as F8-109/94
			81875 (c/n 121-42597) to Royal Thai AF as F8-110/94
			81877 (c/n 121-42599) to Royal Thai AF as F8-111/94
			81889 (c/n 121-42611) to civil registry as N999JP
			81907 (c/n 121-42629) to Royal Thai AF as F8-112/94
			81910 (c/n 121-42632) in 2009 was on display at Randolph AFB Airpark, marked as
				481-910
			81911 (c/n 121-42633) to Royal Thai AF as F8-113/94
			81913 (c/n 121-42635) to Cuba Apr 1945 as 111
			81914 (c/n 121-42636) to Cuba Apr 1945 as 112
			81915 (c/n 121-42637) to Cuba Apr 1945 as 113
			81916 (c/n 121-42638) to Cuba Apr 1945 as 114
			81917 (c/n 121-42639) to Cuba Apr 1945 as 115
			81918 (c/n 121-42640, 6147th TCG, 6150th TCS) shot down by ground fire near Mandae-ri, Korea
				Jul 10, 1951.  Crew bailed out.
			81920 seen at NAS Corpus Christi airshow in 2009.
			81922 (c/n 121-42644) to Royal Thai AF as F8-114/94
			81935 transferred to Central Air Transport Corp
			82027 on civil registry as N7475C.  Painted to represent a fictional SNJ-6B.
			82028 (c/n 121-42750) Redigtered in Iceland in 1947 as TF-FAS.  Exported to USA in 1953 and 
				registred as N66J.  Was modified in 1956 by Bacon Corporation of Santa Monica, CA as Super T-6 and much 
				modified (including a retractable nosewheel undercarriage, a modernized power package, and one-piece 
				streamlined cockpit canopy).  No further examples were produced and N66J was sold to William J. Reedy and
				subsequently painted to resemble a Russian fighter.  Since been stored at Whiteman airport, Pacoima, CA.
			82040 (c/n 121-42762) Lend-Lease to Cuba May 1945 as 116
			82041 (c/n 121-42763) Lend-Lease to Cuba May 1945 as 117
			82042 (c/n 121-42764) Lend-Lease to Cuba
			82043 (c/n 121-42765) Lend-Lease to Cuba
			82044 (c/n 121-42766) Lend-Lease to Cuba
			82131 (c/n 121-42853)  to Royal Thai AF as F8-115/94
			82155/82189 (c/n 121-42877/42911) Lend-Lease to USSR
			82190/82600 (c/n 121-42912/43322) to US Navy as 111949/112359
				82190/82200 (c/n 121-49212/42922) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82202 (c/n 121-42924) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82203 (c/n 121-42925) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82205 (c/n 121-42927) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82206 (c/n 121-42928) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82208 (c/n 121-42930) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82210 (c/n 121-42932) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82211 (c/n 121-42933) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82217 (c/n 121-42939) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82227 (c/n 121-42949) Lend-Lease to USSR
				82290 (c/n 121-43012) to Royal Thai AF as F8-116/94
				82294 (c/n 121-43016) to Royal Thai AF as F8-117/94
				82298 (c/n 121-43020) to Royal Thai AF as F8-118/94
				82301 (c/n 121-43023) to Royal Thai AF as F8-119/94
				82323 (c/n 121-43045) to US Navy as SNJ-6 112082.
				82356 (c/n 121-43078) to US Navy as SNJ-6 112115
				82445 (c/n 121-43167) to US Navy as SNJ-6 112204
				82461 (c/n 121-43183) to US Navy as SNJ-6 112220
				82478 (c/n 121-43200) to US Navy as SNJ-6 112237
				82486 (c/n 121-43208) to Royal Thai AF as F8-120/94
				82489 (c/n 121-43211) to civil registry as N7462C
				82514 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by AAA 5 my E of Pyongyang, Korea Oct 18, 1950.
				82520 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) lost in Pohang-Kigye-Angang-ni area of Korea Sep 17, 1950.
				82521 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) MIA NW of Waegwan, Korea Aug 20, 1950.
				82529 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire near Taejon, Korea Feb 26, 1951.
				82533 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) crashed Sep 13, 1951.
				82536 to ROKAF, on diaplay in War Memoria, Seoul
				82541 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) crashed near Checon, Korea Jan 9, 1951.
				82544 (6147th TCG, 6149th TCS) in midair collision with Army aircraft Dec 14, 1951.
				82547 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by enemy fire and made emergency landing on
					sand bar near Wonchon-ni, Korea Oct 21, 1951.
				82552 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by ground fire and belly-landed SE of Sunchon,
					Korea Dec 4, 1950.  Aircraft later destroyed.
				82555 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) crashed in bad weather 5 mi NE of K-6, Korea Jul 8, 1951.
				82561 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) lost Sep 15, 1951.
				82563 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) hit by AAA in Uihung area of Korea and crashlanded
					in friendly territory Aug 28, 1950.
				82571 (6147th TCG, 6148th TCS) shot down by ground fire near Tayang, Korea Jan 15, 1951.
				82573 (6148th or 6149th Tactical Control Squadron 6147th Tactical Control Group) shot down by AAA over
					North Korea Nov 20, 1951.  Both crew were rescued.
				82575 (6147th TCG, 6147th TCS) shot down by ground fire near Yonchon, Korea Apr 23, 1951.
44-82600	Cancelled contract
44-82601/82644	Cancelled contract for North American AT-6F
			c/n 121-43323/43366
44-82645/83019	Cancelled contract for North American AT-6D
			c/n 121-43367/43741
44-83020	Lockheed XP-80 Shooting Star
			c/n 140-1001.   Now with National Air and Space Museum
44-83021/83022	Lockheed XP-80A Shooting Star
			c/n 141-1001/1002
			83021 crashed March 20, 1945 on Highway 99 near Rosamond, CA.  
				Pilot Tony LeVier parachuted to safety.
44-83023	Lockheed YP-80A Shooting Star
			c/n 080-1002
			To NACA at Moffett Field, California.  
44-83024	Lockheed XF-14 Shooting Star
			c/n 080-1003
			Originally YP-80A No 2, redesignated during production.  Destroyed in mid-air collision
			with B-25J 44-29120 near Muroc AB Dec 6, 1944.  All crew on both planes killed.
44-83025/83035	Lockheed YP-80A Shooting Star
			c/n 080-1004/1014
			83025 crashed Oct 20, 1944 Burbank, CA, killing Milo Burcham.
			83026 crashed Jan 28, 1945 Burtonwood, England, killing pilot Maj. Frederick Borsodi
			83027 shipped to UK and transferred to Rolls-Royce and fitted with Rolls-Royce RB.41 Nene. Damaged 
				beyond repair in accident at Syerston, UK Nov 14, 1945.  Wreck returned to USAAF at Burtonwood
			83028 shipped to Italy in late December 1944 for testing under combat conditions.
				Flown by Wright Field personnel and ended up with 1st FG in Apr 1945.
			83029 shipped to Italy in late December 1944 for testing under combat conditions.
				Flown by Wright Field personnel and ended up with 1st FG in Apr 1945
44-83036/83225	Fairchild UC-61K Forwarder
			For RAF as Argus III KK379/KK568.  C/n 997/1186
			83036 (c/n 997) to RAF as Argus III KK379.  Returned to USAAF Jun 6, 1947
			83037 (c/n 998) to RAF as Argus III KK380.  Returned to USAAF Jul 18, 1947.
				To French civil regiatry in 1948 as F-BEXC.  Transferred to Historic and
				Vintage registry as F-AZCI in 1983.  Still airworthy.
			83038 (c/n 999) to RAF as Argus III KK381.  Returned to USAAF Jul 18, 1947.  To F-BFPD
			83039 (c/n 1000) to RAF as Argus III KK382.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
			83040 (c/n 1001) to RAF as Argus III KK383.  Returned to USAAF Mar 27, 1947
			83041 (c/n 1002) to RAF as Argus III KK384.  SOC Aug 30, 1945
			83042 (c/n 1003) to RAF as Argus III KK385.  Returned to USAAF Apr 24, 1947
			83043 (c/n 1004) to RAF as Argus III KK386.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAEC
			83044 (c/n 1005)to RAF as Argus III KK387.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83045 (c/n 1006) to RAF as Argus III KK388.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAFT and then 7T-VMT
			83046 (c/n 1007) to RAF as Argus III KK389.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAAO
			83047 (c/n 1008) to RAF as Argus III KK390.  SOC Aug 29, 1946. To French civil registry as F-OACJ Jun 1952.
			83048 (c/n 1009) to RAF as Argus III KK391.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83049 (c/n 1010) to RAF as Argus III KK392.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAEM
			83050 (c/n 1011) to RAF as Argus III KK393.  SOC Jul 25, 1946
			83051 (c/n 1012) to RAF as Argus III KK394.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83052 (c/n 1013) to RAF as Argus III KK395.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83053 (c/n 1014) to RAF as Argus III KK396.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAAU
			83054 (c/n 1015) to RAF as Argus III KK397.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83055 (c/n 1016) to RAF as Argus III KK398.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83056 (c/n 1017) to RAF as Argus III KK399.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAES
			83057 (c/n 1018) to RAF as Argus III KK400.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-BDAP
			83058 (c/n 1019) to RAF as Argus III KK401.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OABG with Protection Civile and then to 7T-VBX.
			83059 (c/n 1020) to RAF as Argus III KK402.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  Became F-BDAO, then N4119A
			83060 (c/n 1021) to RAF as Argus III KK403.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OABB
			83061 (c/n 1022) to RAF as Argus III KK404.  SOC Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAAX
			83062 (c/n 1023) to RAF as Argus III KK405.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83063 (c/n 1024) to RAF as Argus III KK406.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
			83064 (c/n 1025) to RAF as Argus III KK407.  SOC Mar 27, 1947
			83065 (c/n 1026) to RAF as Argus III KK408.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
			83066 (c/n 1027) to RAF as Argus III KK409.  SOC Apr 30, 1947
			83067 (c/n 1028) to RAF as Argus III KK410.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83068 (c/n 1029) to RAF as Argus III KK411.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
			83069 (c/n 1030) to RAF as Argus III KK412.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
			83070 (c/n 1031) to RAF as Argus III KK413.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
			83071 (c/n 1032) to RAF as Argus III KK414.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83072 (c/n 1033) to RAF as Argus III KK415.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83073 (c/n 1034) to RAF as Argus III KK416.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
			83074 (c/n 1035) to RAF as Argus III KK417.  SOC Dec 31, 1946
			83075 (c/n 1036) to RAF as Argus III KK418.  SOC Dec 31, 1946.  To Italian civil registry as I-FRIF and displayed as
				KK418 in Museo dell'aria at San Pelagio, Italy in May 2008.
			83076 (c/n 1037) to RAF as Argus III KK419.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
			83077 (c/n 1038) to RAF as Argus III KK420.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83078 (c/n 1039) to RAF as Argus III KK421.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83079 (c/n 1040) to RAF as Argus III KK422.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83080 (c/n 1041) to RAF as Argus III KK423.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83081 (c/n 1042) to RAF as Argus III KK424.  SOC Nov 28,1946
			83082 (c/n 1043) to RAF as Argus III KK425.  SOC May 28, 1946
			83083 (c/n 1044) to RAF as Argus III KK426.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83084 (c/n 1045) to RAF as Argus III KK427.  Wrecked when struck marker on approach
				and undercarriage torn off, Garitsa, Greece Oct 15, 1946
			83085 (c/n 1046) to RAF as Argus III KK428.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
			83086 (c/n 1047) to RAF as Argus III KK429.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83087 (c/n 1048) to RAF as Argus III KK430.  Trensferred to Italian AF Oct 30, 1947.
				Registered in France as F-BEXC and later F-AZCI
			83088 (c/n 1049) to RAF as Argus III KK431.  Transferred to Italian AF Oct 30, 1947
			83089 (c/n 1050) to RAF as Argus III KK432.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83090 (c/n 1051) to RAF as Argus III KK433.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83091 (c/n 1052) to RAF as Argus III KK434.  Crashed during attempted forced landing
				near Parma, Italy after engine failure Sep 24, 1945
			83092 (c/n 1053) to RAF as Argus III KK435.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83093 (c/n 1054) to RAF as Argus III KK436.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83094 (c/n 1055) to RAF as Argus III KK437.  SOC Aug 28, 1947.  To Italian civil registry as
				I-FAMA. Ended up in Italian Air Force Museum.
			83095 (c/n 1056) to RAF as Argus III KK438.  Wrecked when overturned by gust while
				landing at Marcianise Sep 11, 1945
			83096 (c/n 1057) to RAF as Argus III KK439.  Transferred to Italian AF Oct 30, 1947
			83097 (c/n 1058) to RAF as Argus III KK440.  SOC Nov 28, 1946
			83098 (c/n 1059) to RAF as Argus III KK441.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1947
			83099 (c/n 1060) to RAF as Argus III KK442.  SOC Sep 26, 1946
			83100 (c/n 1061) to RAF as Argus III KK443.  SOC Apr 30, 1947
			83101 (c/n 1062) to RAF as Argus III KK444.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83102 (c/n 1063) to RAF as Argus III KK445.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
				Became F-BEXU, then F-OAAS, then F-BEXU again, then F-GIXU
			83103 (c/n 1064) to RAF as Argus III KK446.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83104 (c/n 1065) to RAF as Argus III KK447.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83105 (c/n 1066) to RAF as Argus III KK448.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACD
			83106 (c/n 1067) to RAF as Argus III KK449.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-BDAR
			83107 (c/n 1068) to RAF as Argus III KK450.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAAM
			83108 (c/n 1069) to RAF as Argus III KK451.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.
				Later became OO-LMV.  Stored at Royal Belgian Air Force Museum.
			83109 (c/n 1070) to RAF as Argus III KK452.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-BEXY
			83110 (c/n 1071) to RAF as Argus III KK453.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-BEXM
			83111 (c/n 1072) to RAF as Argus III KK454.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACS, then to 7T-VOS
			83112 (c/n 1073) to RAF as Argus III KK455.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACO
			83113 (c/n 1074) to RAF as Argus III KK456.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83114 (c/n 1075) to RAF as Argus III KK457.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACL
			83115 (c/n 1076) to RAF as Argus III KK458.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83116 (c/n 1077) to RAF as Argus III KK459.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83117 (c/n 1078) to RAF as Argus III KK460.  SOC May 1946
			83118 (c/n 1079) to RAF as Argus III KK461.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAFE
			83119 (c/n 1080) to RAF as Argus III KK462.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83120 (c/n 1081) to RAF as Argus III KK463.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83121 (c/n 1082) to RAF as Argus III KK464.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  TO F-OAAV, and then CN-TTN
			83122 (c/n 1083) to RAF as Argus III KK465.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83123 (c/n 1084) to RAF as Argus III KK466.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83124 (c/n 1085) to RAF as Argus III KK467.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83125 (c/n 1086) to RAF as Argus III KK468.  SOC May 30, 1946
			83126 (c/n 1087) to RAF as Argus III KK469.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83127 (c/n 1088) to RAF as Argus III KK470.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACI
			83128 (c/n 1089) to RAF as Argus III KK471.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83129 (c/n 1090) to RAF as Argus III KK472.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACF and then to CN-TUF
			83130 (c/n 1091) to RAF as Argus III KK473.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACC
			83131 (c/n 1092) to RAF as Argus III KK474.  Returned to USAAF Jun 26, 1946
			83132 (c/n 1093) to RAF as Argus III KK475.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83133 (c/n 1094) to RAF as Argus III KK476.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OABI 
			83134 (c/n 1095) to RAF as Argus III KK477.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To ZS-BES and then VP-YNF as seen in
				Salisbury, Zimbabwe in 1973
			83135 (c/n 1096) to RAF as Argus III KK478.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83136 (c/n 1097) to RAF as Argus III KK479.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83137 (c/n 1098) to RAF as Argus III KK480.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83138 (c/n 1099) to RAF as Argus III KK481.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To ZS-BLG
			83139 (c/n 1100) to RAF as Argus III KK482.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83140 (c/n 1101) to RAF as Argus III KK483.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83141 (c/n 1102) to RAF as Argus III KK484.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
			83142 (c/n 1103) to RAF as Argus III KK485.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  Subsequently sold as ZS-BEK
			83143 (c/n 1104) to RAF as Argus III KK486.  Returned to USAAF Jul 25, 1946
			83144 (c/n 1105) to RAF as Argus III KK487.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83145 (c/n 1106) to RAF as Argus III KK488.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83146 (c/n 1107) to RAF as Argus III KK489.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83147 (c/n 1108) to RAF as Argus III KK490.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83148 (c/n 1109) to RAF as Argus III KK491.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83149 (c/n 1110) to RAF as Argus III KK492.  SOC Nov 29, 1945
			83150 (c/n 1111) to RAF as Argus III KK493.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83151 (c/n 1112) to RAF as Argus III KK494.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83152 (c/n 1113) to RAF as Argus III KK495.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83153 (c/n 1114) to RAF as Argus III KK496.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83154 (c/n 1115) to RAF as Argus III KK497.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
			83155 (c/n 1116) to RAF as Argus III KK498.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83156 (c/n 1117) to RAF as Argus III KK499.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83157 (c/n 1118) to RAF as Argus III KK500.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To ZS-BLP and converted to a homebuilt
				biplane ZS-UFW
			83158 (c/n 1119) to RAF as Argus III KK501.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-BEXN
			83159 (c/n 1120) to RAF as Argus III KK502.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAFY
			83160 (c/n 1121) to RAF as Argus III KK503.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83161 (c/n 1122) to RAF as Argus III KK504.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAAP
			83162 (c/n 1123) to RAF as Argus III KK505.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83163 (c/n 1124) to RAF as Argus III KK506.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83164 (c/n 1125) to RAF as Argus III KK507.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
			83165 (c/n 1126) to RAF as Argus III KK508.  Returned to USAAF Sep 24, 1946
			83166 (c/n 1127) to RAF as Argus III KK509.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83167 (c/n 1128) to RAF as Argus III KK510.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OAED
			83168 (c/n 1129) to RAF as Argus III KK511.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To ZS-DDP
			83169 (c/n 1130) to RAF as Argus III KK512.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83170 (c/n 1131) to RAF as Argus III KK513.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
		 	83171 (c/n 1132) to RAF as Argus III KK514.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83172 (c/n 1133) to RAF as Argus III KK515.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83173 (c/n 1134) to RAF as Argus III KK516.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83174 (c/n 1135) to RAF as Argus III KK517.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83175 (c/n 1136) to RAF as Argus III KK518.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83176 (c/n 1137) to RAF as Argus III KK519.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83177 (c/n 1138) to RAF as Argus III KK520.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83178 (c/n 1139) to RAF as Argus III KK521.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 
				1946, then to civil registry as ZS-BAM, then ZS-WDD.
				Reverted to ZS-BAM. Sep 2002.
			83179 (c/n 1140) to RAF as Argus III KK522.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83180 (c/n 1141) to RAF as Argus III KK523.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83181 (c/n 1142) to RAF as Argus III KK524.  Returned to USAAF Jul 28, 1946.  To F-OAHZ
			83182 (c/n 1143) to RAF as Argus III KK525.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83183 (c/n 1144) to RAF as Argus III KK526.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83184 (c/n 1145) to RAF as Argus III KK527.  Returned to USAAF
				Oct 31, 1946.  Then ZS-BAY, then ZS-UJC, then G-RGUS Sep 16, 1986.
				Sold to owner in Holland but never registered there.  Returned to UK Sep 22, 1990.
				Flies in its original USAAF colors.
			83185 (c/n 1146) to RAF as Argus III KK528.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To Trans-Arabian Pipeline Co as NC79925 Aug 28, 1947.
				Sold to Arabian American Oil company Mar 1, 1949.  Sold to Gulf Aviation Co, LTD, Bahrein Apr 6, 1950.  NC79925 cancelled
				by CAA Jun 26, 1950.
			83186 (c/n 1147) to RAF as Argus III KK529.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83187 (c/n 1148) to RAF as Argus III KK530.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To Northern Rhodesia as VP-RBA, then
				to Belgium as OO-CDZ for use in Congo.
			83188 (c/n 1149) to RAF as Argus III KK531.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83189 (c/n 1150) to RAF as Argus III KK532.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83190 (c/n 1151) to RAF as Argus III KK533.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83191 (c/n 1152) to RAF as Argus III KK534.  SOC Apr 22, 1945
			83192 (c/n 1153) to RAF as Argus III KK535.  Returned to USAAF Oct 31, 1946
			83193 (c/n 1154) to RAF as Argus III KK536.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83194 (c/n 1155) to RAF as Argus III KK537.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83195 (c/n 1156) to RAF as Argus III KK538.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-DAAJ
			83196 (c/n 1157) to RAF as Argus III KK539.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83197 (c/n 1158) to RAF as Argus III KK540.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83198 (c/n 1159) to RAF as Argus III KK541.  Returned to USAAF Jul 28, 1946
			83199 (c/n 1160) to RAF as Argus III KK542.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83200 (c/n 1161) to RAF as Argus III KK543.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83201 (c/n 1162) to RAF as Argus III KK544.  Returned to USAAF May 2, 1946
			83202 (c/n 1163) to RAF as Argus III KK545.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946.  To F-OACM
			83203 (c/n 1164) to RAF as Argus III KK546.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83204 (c/n 1165) to RAF as Argus III KK547.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946.  To ZS-DGG being rebuilt at Port Elizabeth,
				South Africa in 1973
			83205 (c/n 1166) to RAF as Argus III KK548.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83206 (c/n 1167) to RAF as Argus III KK549.  Returned to USAAF May 29, 1947
			83207 (c/n 1168) to RAF as Argus III KK550.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83208 (c/n 1169) to RAF as Argus III KK551.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83209 (c/n 1170) to RAF as Argus III KK552.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83210 (c/n 1171) to RAF as Argus III KK553.  SOC Aug 29, 1946
			83211 (c/n 1172) to RAF as Argus III KK554.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83212 (c/n 1173) to RAF as Argus III KK555.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83213 (c/n 1174) to RAF as Argus III KK556.  Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946
			83214 (c/n 1175) to RAF as Argus III KK557.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
			83215 (c/n 1176) to RAF as Argus III KK558.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946.  To South Africa as ZS-BEN, then
				to Belgium as OO-CDY for use in Congo.
			83216 (c/n 1177) to RAF as Argus III KK559.  Returned to USAAF Apr 25, 1946
			83217 (c/n 1178) to RAF as Argus III KK560.  Returned to USAAF Feb 22, 1945
			83218 (c/n 1179) to RAF as Argus III KK561.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83219 (c/n 1180) to RAF as Argus III KK562.  Returned to USAAF Sep 27. 1946
			83220 (c/n 1181) to RAF as Argus III KK563.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83221 (c/n 1182) to RAF as Argus III KK564.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83222 (c/n 1183) to RAF as Argus III KK565.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83223 (c/n 1184) to RAF as Argus III KK566.  Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946
			83224 (c/n 1185) to RAF as Argus III KK567.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
			83225 (c/n 1186) to RAF as Argus III KK568.  Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946
44-83226/83227	Douglas C-32A
			Commercial DC-2-115G ex KNILM impressed by USAAF.
			83226 (c/n 1375) was ex PK-AFK, flown to Australia, temporarily registered VH-CXG, then 
				locally-applied serial number of 41-1375 (temporary) May 15, 1942, later 
				registered as C-32A 44-83226 Jun 14, 1944.  WFU at Essendon in 1946 and scrapped.
				There was a report that it was destroyed at Charters Towers, Qld on Jun 23, 1942.
			83227 (c/n 1376) was ex PK-AFL flown to Australia, temporarily registered VBH-CXH, then
				41-1376 (temporary) May 15, 1942.  Later registered as C-32A 44-83227, transferred
				to Australia National Airways as VH-CDZ Jan 27, 1944.  To Macair Nov 5, 1947, S. D.
				Marshall Jul 8, 19i48 and reregistered VH-CDZ Aug 1949.  Stored at Sydney Mar 7, 1965
				and bought by Hendon Aircraft and WFU Mar 6, 1968.  Noted derelict at Marellan, NSW
				Apr 1971.  Purchased by R. M. Rosser May 25, 1972.  Returned to US civil registr
				Nov 1981 as N8486D.  To Confederate Air Force Feb 23, 1983.  Later destroyed in
				an accident.  Details?
44-83228/83229	Douglas C-49H
			83228 commercial DC-3-194B c/n 1941 PH-ALT becoming PK-ALT when transferred to
				KNILM Jun 2, 1940.  Escaped Netherland East Indies May 1, 1942 to Australia and
				transferred to Australian government Mar 19, 1942.  To USAAF (ADAT) May 15, 1942 and 
				given locally-applied serial number of 41-1941 and operated by ANA as VHCXD Dec 06, 1942. To C-49H serial 44-83228 for 
				administrative purposes Jun 14, 1944, operated by 33 Sqdn RAAF Mar 17, 1945.
				Crashed Higgins Field, northern Queensland May 05, 1945. Remains still there 1978.
			83229 commercial DC-3-194B c/n 1944 PH-ALW becoming PK-ALW when transferred to
				KNILM Jun 2, 1940.  Eacaped Netherland East Indies May 1, 1942 to Australia and
				transferred to Australian government Mar 19, 1942.  To USAAF (ADAT) May 15, 1942 
				and given locally-applied serial of 41-1944 and transfered to 21 Sqdn, RAAF as VHCXE for Gen McArthur 1942/1943. 
				To 36 Sqdn, RAAF Aug 15, 1943 (VHCXL) and ANA (VH-CXL) Apr 01, 1944. To C-49H serial 
				44-83229 for administrative purposes Mar 17, 1945. Rr VH-ANR (ANA *Oana* May 22, 1946 - 
				Ansett-ANA Oct 1957 - Butler Air Transport Apr 1958 - Airlines of New South Wales 
				Feb 17, 1959). Stored Schofield Jul 24, 1972, transfered to Camden Airport Nov 1974, now on
				display at Queensland Air Museum, Caloundra, QLD.  
44-83230/83232	Douglas C-110 
			Douglas DC-5s from Dutch KNILM impressed into USAAF's 5th Air Force service in 1942 and leased to 
				ANA for service in Australia/New Guinea as VH-CXA/CXC on behalf of the Allied Directorate for 
				Air Transportation , then impressed by the USAAF in 1944 as C-110 and operated by the 374th 
				Troop Carrier Group, 5AF.   
			83230 (c/n 428) was PH-AXE at KLM, then PK-ADB with KNILM.  To civil registry as VH-CXA.  
				Destroyed on ground during Japanese attack on Ward's Strip, Australia Aug 17, 1942 before
				it was reserialed as 44-83230.
			83231 (c/n 424) was PH-AXA (name "Wakago") for KLM, then PJ-AIW with KLM in West Indies, then PK-ADD with
				KNILM.  To civil registry as VH-CXB.  Damaged in forced landing Nov 6, 1942 east of
				Charleville, Qld and used for spares for VH-CXC.  Broken up at Melbourne-Essendon in 1946.
			83232 (c/n 426) had orginally been ordered by British Airways as G-AFYK, but the
				order was cancelled.  Purchased by KLM as PH-AXB, but
				delivered to KLM West Indies as PJ-AIZ.  To KNILM in 1941 as PK-ADC .  Transferred to
				Allied Directorate of Air Transport and operated by ANA as VH-CXC.  Formally returned to USAAF
				Apr 3, 1944.  Leased to ANA as VH-CXC.  Sold to ANA in 1945.   In 1946
				it became VH-ARD of New Holland Airways, but still marked as VH-CXC.  Flown to Israel
				in 1948 and taken on charge by Israeli AF and flew missions during the June 1948 war.
				It was seen in Haifa in 1948, by which time its Australian registration had been cancelled. 
				Became ground instructional airframe in 1949 and scrapped at Haifa in mid 1950s. 
44-83233/83235	Lockheed C-111
			c/n 1414, 1442, 1443.
			KNILM Model 14-WF62 Super Electras purchased by USAAF in Australia after having been
				flown to Australia Feb 28, 1942.
			83233 (c/n 1414) was PK-AFN, given radio call sign of VH-CXI, and local USAAF serial of 41-1414.
				On Jun 20, 1944 it received the formal serial of 44-83233, but had crashed
				earlier at Alice Springs Feb 14, 1944
			83234 (c/n 1442) was PK-AFP, given radio call sign VX-CXJ and local USAAF serial of 41-1442.
				On Jun 20, 1944 it received the formal serial of 44-83234. It had been
				WFU May 16, 1944, but seems to have remained in limited use until Mar 1945
				and eventually broken up in 1945.
			83235 (c/n 1443) was PK-AFQ, given radio call sign VX-CXK and local USAAF serial of 41-1443.
				On Jun 20, 1944 it received the formal serial of 44-83235.  Before that, it had
				crashed near Cooktown Oct 8, 1942.  Broken up Feb 10, 1946.
			The above 3 aircraft are quoted as officially transferred Mar 17, 1945 in USAAF records.
44-83236/83360	Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-75-DL Fortress
			c/n 31877/32001
			83252 (381st BG, 533rd BS returned to USA May 28, 1945.
			83259 was "Boops", General Doolittle's VB-17 transport when assigned to Pacific after VE Day
			83276 (3985h BG, 600th BS) lost Apr 8, 1945.  MACR 13914.
			83279 (447th BG) in minor accident at Rattlesden, England Apr 17, 1945, to Kingman Nov 22, 1945.  Sold for scrap Jul 1, 1946
			83287 (457th BG) returned to USA Jun 8, 1945.
			83300 (91st PRS) crashed near Alamicamba, Nicaragua May 22, 1947.
			83316 converted to VB-17G.  To museum at Norton AFB, CA ca 1957 but
				never put on display.  Passed to 20th Century Fox Studios
				and used in film "Twelve O'Clock High".  Badly damaged by special
				effects at Chino 1966 and passed to Black Hills Aviation
				of Spearfish, SD who used nose section to rebuild another B-17.
				Hulk went to Weeks Air Museum, Tamiani, FL ca 1983. Noted
				in partial storage at Ocotillo Wells, CA.  In 2014 was with California
				Air Heritage Foundation being restored to static condition
			83330 delivered Hunter Feb 2, 1945, to Grenier Feb 20, 1945.  Assigned to 15th AF Feb 22, 1945.  FLC to The 
				Netherlands Dec 2, 1946 for mapping of Duch .   Scrapped Schipol Apr 30, 1947; also reported to Gilze-Rijen as GIA at RLS [Royal Flying School].
44-83361/83485	Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-80-DL Fortress
			c/n 32002/32126
			83404, 83408, 83433, 83435, 83442 transferred to US Navy.
				Navy designations and serials are not known.
			83378 transferred to Brazilian Air Force as
				5410.  Withdrawn from service in 1965.
			83439 purchased from surplus stocks and sold to
				commercial user as N6180C.  Later sold to
				aquarium dealer  as N131P to ferry tropical
				fish.  Destroyed at some unknown date.
			83447 (303rd BG) lost Apr 25, 1945, Germany.
			83463 to US Navy as PB-1W 77137.
			83467 ground-looped at Peterson AAF, CO Jul 31, 1946.
			83470 converted to SB-17G.  ditched 3 mi off Davis AFB, AK Jul 5, 1950.
			83474 converted to SB-17G.
			83483 (457th BG) returned to USA Jun 7, 1945.
44-83486/83585	Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-85-DL Fortress
			c/n 32127/32226
			83505 transferred to US Navy.  Navy designation and serial is 
				not known.
			83507 expended in ditching test in Gulf of Mexico in mid to late 1940s.
			83511 converted to SB-17G.
			83512 converted to TB-17G.  Currently on display at USAF History and Traditions
				Museum,  Lackland AFB, TX.  Named "Heaven's Above"
			83514 converted to RB-17G then to DB-17G then to DB-17P.  Sold on civilian market as aerial tanker under N9323Z.  
				Now with Confederate Air Force (now Commemorative Air Force) as "Sentimental Journey",
				flying under civilian number N9323Z.  With CAF at Falcon Field, Mesa, Arizona
			83516 (53rd RS, 1st WRG) crashlanded at Meeks Field, Iceland Sep 2, 1946
			83525 modified to DB-17G status in 1950.  Retired to Davis Monthan in 1959.  Leased
				by Tallmantz Aviation in 1966.  Used in several movies.  Flew under civil
				registration of N83525.  Sold to Junior Burchinal of Flying Tiger Air
				Museum in 1972.  Sold to Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL in 1983.  Ferried to Weeks Air
				Museum Jun 6, 1987.  Allocated N4520 but NTU.  Restored and  airworthy, registered as N83525.
				In 2014 ws stored dismantled and being restored.  Weeks Air Museum was moved to Polk City, FL as the
				Fantasy of Flight.  The museum closed in Apr 2014 so that it could be transformed into a smaller museum
				opening late 2014.
			83527 modified to SB-17G.  With Air Rescue Service, 2nd ARS) crashed 11 mi S of Haneda AB, 
				Japan in landing mishap caused by bad weather Nov 18, 1950.  W/o as beyond repair.
			83535 delivered Topeka Mar 29, 1945.  Slated 15th AF, transferred South Plains Apr 15, 1945, Patterson May 25, 1945.  129 BU Columbia
				for special weapons training Sep 25, 1945.  139 BU Shaw Nov 25, 1945; 2528 BU Midland Dec 20, 1945; 2622 BU
				Mather Mar 20, 1946; 556 BU Long Beach May 31, 1945; 613 BU Phillips Jun 3, 1946.
			83536 (c/n 32177) "Hi Penny" 6003 BFS, 6000 GSB FEAF converted to VB-17G and served as General Ridgway's plane
				during the Korean War.  Damaged during taxi accident Jan 16, 1953 Haneda, Japan
			83538 transferred to US Navy as PB-1W Bu. No. 34114. Sold on commercial market as N9235V and
				later re-registered as N7726B.  Sold to Peruvian commercial operator as OB-SAB-576.
				Destroyed June 1963.
			83542 converted to DB-17G.  Sold on civilian market with Aero Union Corp of Chico CA as N9324Z and used as
				fire bomber tanker #18.  Crashed Jul 12, 1971 near Benson, AZ.
				Some parts were stored at Davis Monthan AFB.  Plane used as the
				basis for the static display at Fantasy of Flight at Polk, FL, named
				"Picadilly Princess".   Weeks Air Museum was moved to Polk City, FL as the
				Fantasy of Flight.  The museum closed in Apr 2014 so that it could be transformed into a smaller museum
				opening late 2014.
			83546 delivered to Long Beach Apr 3, 1945.  To Topeka, KS for modifications before going to Lubbock, TX for
				short-term storage.  Moved to Patterson Field, Ohio for storage.  Converted to CB-17G and assigned
				to Air Transport Command at San Francisco.  Then assigned to Washington DC and to Germany.  In 1948 was
				redesignated VB-17G (staff transport) and assigned to Andrews AFB, followed by Offutt AFB and to Japan
				during Korean War.  To MASDC in 1594.  Sold on civilian market under civilian registration of
				N3703G.  In 1960 was converted to a water bomber and operated as Tanker 78.  Purchased by Military Aircraft
				Restoration Corporation (MARC) in 1982.  Restored as B-17F and used in 1989 in filming of "Memphis Belle".  
				Put on display at March Field and  maintained in flying condition.  Now back at Chino and 
				is reportedly up for sale.  Currently with Liberty Belle Foundation and touring as the "Memphis Belle".
			83547 converted to VB-17G.  Ground looped in landing accident at 
				Kadena AB, Okinawa Jul 21, 1950 
			83559 to Topeka, KS with ATC Apr 6, 1o945.  To Patterson Field, OH Apr 8, 1945 with 4100th AAFBU.  Declared excess
				to USAAF needs Oct 15, 1945.  Returned to military use Nov 7, 1945.  Converted in 1950 to DB-17G and then to DB-17P. 
				Dropped from USAF inventory at Patrick AFB, FL May 1958.  Put on display at SAC Museum at Offutt AFB as
				B-17F-65-DL 42-3474.  SAC museum moved in 1998 to Ashland, NE and renamed in 2001 as Strategic Air and Space
				Museum.
			83560 sold on commercial market as N7044C.  Scrapped in 1959.
			83563 delivered Hunter Apr 7, 1945.  Slated to 447th BG but transferred to Patterson and converted to CB-17G in
				Philippines, then to VB-17G.  Used by Gen Jimmy Doolitle at Kadena, Okinawa Jul 27 1945 as "Boops", also carried Gen
				Dwight D. Eisenhower. Sold on civilian market as N9563Z and used as aerial tanker and for movie making.  Appeared 
				in "The War Lover" and "Tora, Tora, Tora".  Later with with National Warplane Museum of Genesco, NY and is
				maintained in flying condition. Sold to Lawrence Kadish, who loaned it to the American
				Airpower Museum, Republic Field, Long Island, NY.  Since 2009 was at Lyon Aviation Museum, John Wayne
				Airport, Santa Ana, California marked as "Fuddy Duddy" 42-97400
			83568 (53rd WRS, 308th WRG) crashed 2 mi ESE of Lages AAF, Azores Nov 2, 1946
			83571 to Portuguese AF in 1950 withe serial 274 as replacement for crashed
				44-83712.  Later reserialed 7404.
			83575 converted to TB-17H and then to SB-17G.  Served as static test target for nuclear tests in Nevada.
				Sold on civilian market as N93012.  Served as borate bomber for 20 years.  Sold in January 1986 to Bob
				Collings and restored by Tom Reilly Vintage Aircraft.  Damaged in landing accident Aug 23, 1987 at Beaver
				County Airport but repaired.  Now owned and flown by Collings Children's Trust Fund painted as
				B-17G-30-BO 42-31909 "Nine-O-Nine".
			83577 crashed at Manchester AFB Apr 25, 1945.  2 killed, 2 injured.
			83581 crashed into sea Sep 1, 1945 in the vicinity of Okaba, Merauke.
				All 9 onboard killed.
44-83586/83685	Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-90-DL Fortress
			c/n 32227/32326
			83587 sold on commercial market as N7046C.  Scrapped in 1959.
			83592 converted to DB-17G.  Flown by Paul Mantz to film the famous crash-landing
				scene at the beginning of 'Twelve O'Clock High' in 1949.
			83599 to Kingman, AZ.
			83623 delivered Patterson Apr 15, 1945, to Kirkland Apr 21, 1945.  To 4100 BU at Patterson Apr 22, 1945.
				To RFC at Kingman Nov 2, 1945.
			83624 assigned to 552nd BS, 381st BG at Ridgewell Apr 1945.  Returned to USA in 1945 and converted to MB-17G 
				and then to TB-17G and then to DB-17G and then to DB-17P.  Operated as director aircraft with
				3205th drone squadron at Eglin AFB.  Dropped from USAF inventory Jun 1957.  Was at USAF Museum, OH in 
				1988 as "Picadilly Lily" (originally as 42-107112
				Now on display at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, Delaware as "Sleepy Time Gal".
				Carries serial number 2107112 on one side.
			83625 delivered Patterson Apr 23, 1945.  Slated for 8th AF, but transferred to Love Field Apr 25, 1945.  To RFC
				at Kingman Oct 31, 1945.
			83626 converted to F-9C photo recon aircraft
				with all bombing equipment removed and cameras
				added.  Redesignated RB-17G in 1948.
			83634 sold on commercial market as N7042C.  Scrapped in 1959.
			83653 transferred to US Navy.  Navy designation and serial is not known.
			83661 converted to VB-17G.  Damaged in ground accident Andersen AFB, Guam Oct 9, 1950.
			83663 converted to TB-17G.  Sold to Brazilian AF as 5400.  Returned to USAF in June 1968 and loaned as N47780 
				to Yesterday's Air Force in Chino, CA in early 1973.  In 1978 loaded to Warbird Museum, Topeka, KS and flown to
				a museum at the Coast Guard station in Clearwater, FL.  Museum closed and the plane was transferred to
				a museum in Cleveland, Ohio.  
				In 1987 moved to display at Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Ogden, UT, wearing colors of 860th BS, 493rd BG based at 
				Debach, Suffolk, UK as "Short Bier".
			83667 delivered South Plains May 1, 1945, to Patterson May 25, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman Oct 25, 1945.
			83668 delivered South Plains May 1, 1945, to Patterson May 25, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman Oct 27, 1945.
			83669 to QB-17N drone at Patrick Field in 1954.
			83670 deliverd South Plains May 1, 1945, to Patterson May 25, 1945, to RFC at Kingman Oct 26, 1945.
			83671 to US Navy as CB-17 in 1946
			83672 delivered South Plains May 1,1945, to Patterson May 25, 1945, to RFC at Kingman Oct 25, 1945.
			83673 delivered South Plains May 3, 1945, to Patterson May 25, 1945.  To RFC at Kingman Oct 27, 1945.
			83675 delivered South Plains May 2, 1945, to Patterson May 25, 1945, to Rome Jul 17, 1945, to
				484th BNU topeka Aug 5, 1945.  To 4000 BU at Patterson Sep 29, 1947, to HQS/807 BA Haneda, Japan Jan 1, 1948.
				To AMC Hill Field Sep 1,1949.  converted to VB-17G.  Ditched due to engine failure 9 mi SE of Haneda AB, Japan 
				Sep 27, 1950.
			83678 (DB-17G) crashed on Eglin Reservation Nov 5, 1948
				due to pilot error.  5 crew killed.
			83684 converted to DB-17G and then to DB-17P.  Flew the last operational
				mission by a USAF B-17 Aug 6, 1959 when it directed QB-17G 44-83717 out
				of a Holloman AFB as a target for a Falcon air-to-air missile
				fired by an F-101.  Retired to MASDC Aug 1959.Sold on civilian market as N3713G.  Used in 'Twelve
				O'Clock High' TV series as 'Picadilly Lily'.  Later flown in various movies.  Withdrawn from use in 1975.  On display
				at Planes of Fame museum in Chino, CA as "Picadilly Lily II"  Will be restored to
				flying condition with sponsorship from Ruby's Diner chain.  Registration
				N3713G was revoked but has been restored by FAA Oct 30, 2006.
44-83686/83863	Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-95-DL Fortress
			c/n 32327/32504
			83726, 83749, 83765 transferred to US Navy.  Navy designations and serials are not known.
			83686 missing in Amanioshima area, Okinawa Jul 25, 1946.  All onboard missing.
			83690 delivered May 9, 1945 and assigned to Patterson AFB in Ohio, 4100 Base Unit, where it was put into storage.
				Converted to DB-7G and used in nuclear tests and in missile tests.  Removed from USF inventory Aug 1960.
				Flown to Grisssom AFB (then known as Bunker Hill) in Indiana for display in 1961.  At one time painted as 
				B-17G-10-BO 42-31255, but again painted as itself.  
			83700 converted to B-17H.
			83713 converted to B-17H.
			83707 converted to SB-17G.  Crashed on Cheval Blanc Mountain in southern France Jan 31, 1948.
				9 killed, one survived.
			83710 crashed near Rifle, Colorado Oct 26, 2948.  Plane ran out of fuel, crew
				of 4 parachuted to safety.
			83712 to Portugal as FAP 276.  Crashed Apr 1, 1948.
			83714 converted to SB-17G.  (4th ARS) damaged in taxiing accident
				at Hamilton AFB, CA Aug 24, 1950.
			83717 converted to QB-17G and expended Aug 6, 1959 as target for 
				Falcon missile fired by F-101.
			83718 sold to Brazilian Air Force as 5408.  Put on display at Museu Aerospacial in Rio de Janeiro.  Currently stored 
				disassembled. 
			83720 (F-9C) with 338th RS, 5th RG crashed at Momote Air Station, Los Negros
				Island, Philippines Jun 25, 1947.
			83722 converted to B-17H, later redesignated SB-17G and assigned to 2nd ERS
				as a search and rescue aircraft.  Deliberately
				subjected to blast and radiation damage during three nuclear
				tests at Yucca Flats, NV.  Remains sold 1965 to Aviation Specialties.
				Sold to Kermit Weeks in 1985 and put in partial storage at
				Ocotillo Wells, CA.  In 1997 was at Fantasy of Flight, Polk City, FL
			83724 (c/n 32365) Converted to SB-17, damaged landing gear & engine while landing on Greenland icecap during rescue 
				attempt for crew of C-47 42-23794 Dec. 1948  Crews rescued by ski-equipped C-47 
			83728 sold to Institut Geographique National of
				France as F-BGOE.  Scrapped 1970.
				83729 sold to Institut Geographique National of
				France as F-BEED.  Scrapped 1962.
			83729 to SNEC, Villacoublay, France before going to Institut Geographique
				National at Creil Dec 10, 1947.  Registered F-BEED Jun 1, 1948
				and named "Denise".  WFU and used for spares 1962.  Remains still
				reported at Creil 1973.
			83735 sold on commercial market as N68269 and
				converted to executive transport.  To SECA, Le Bourget, France
				Aug 23, 1952, then sold to Institut Geographique National of France 
				Dec 30, 1952 as F-BDRS.  WFU at Criel Aug 1972.  Now at the American Air Museum, Imperial 
				War Museum at Duxford, England, painted as B-17G-35-BO 42-31983 "Mary Alice".
			83750 to Bolivian AF in 1956.  Sold to Lloyd Aero Boliviano as CP-623 Nov 1956.
				W/o at La Paz/El Alto July 28, 1958.
			83751 to Navy as BuNo 83993 in 1947 as spare parts source
			83753 sold on commercial market as N5024N and converted into cargo aircraft.
				Ended up transferred to Israeli air force.  After arrival in Israel served with 69 "Hammer" 
				Squadron from 1948 to circa 1958, when it was withdrawn due to age
				Scrapped in August 1962.
			83757 sold on commercial market as N5198N.  To SECA at Le Bourget, France and
				then sold Jul 25, 1950 to Institut Geographique National of
				France and registered as F-BDRR Sep 16, 1950.  WFU and registration
				cancelled in 1962.  Scrapped in 1962.  Stripped hulk still at Creil
				Sep 1972.	
			83763 sold on commercial market as N7041C,
				scrapped Nov 1959.
			83764 transferred to Brazilian Air Force as
				5409.  Crashed in 1964.
			83778 sold on commercial market as N7040C, scrapped 1959.
			83779 crashed due to bad weather at Hokuseikiko, Formosa Mar 19, 1946.
				MACR 15495.
			83780 converted to SB-17G.  (6th ARS) crashlanded at Ernest Harmon AFB,
				Newfoundland Mar 6, 1951.
			83783 (c/n 32424) while attached to 4th Emergency Rescue Squadron went missing May 27, 1946 in Kwajalein area.
			83785 converted to TB-17G and then SB-17G and then back to TB-17G.  Sold on commercial market
				and operated by CIA front Intermountain Aviation as N809Z.  Used to drop and retrieve two American
				men and equipment from drifting abandoned Soviet ice station.  Appeared in movie *Thunderball* with
				Fulton skyhook system installed. Registered to Evergreen Vintage Aircraft of Oregon as N207EV by 1993.  Put
				on inside display at the Evergreen AirVenture Museum in McMinnville, OR.  Museum was renamed in 1997 as 
				the Captain Michael King Smith Evergreen Aviation Educaion Center.
			83790 crash landed on frozen Dyke Lake in Labrador Dec 23,
				1947.  Crew rescued, aircraft abandoned and sank to
				bottom of lake.  Aircraft located in July 1998. Recovered Sep 9, 2004
				from lake, now under restoration to fly at Douglas, GA
			83794 converted to SB-17G.  (6th ARS) crashed on takeoff at Ernest
				Harmon AFB, Newfoundland May 21, 1951.
			83798 (c/n 32439) converted to VB-17G.  While attached to HQ Sqn/13th Far East Air Logistics Force at Honshu AB, Japan
				Feb 23, 1950 while parked at Tachikawa AB was damaged when C-46D 44-78187 taxied into it
			83802 converted to B-17H
			83809 loaned to USCG and returned in 1948.  To Bolivian AF in 1956,
				to Corporacion Boliviano de Fomento as CP-626 Dec 1956.
				W/o at Caranavi, Bolivia Oct 25, 1959.
			83810 to Navy as BuNo 83994 in 1947 as spare parts source
			83811 sold on commercial market as N5014N and operated by Universal Aviation of Tulsa, 
				OK as a photo-mapping aircraft on contract to the US Army Mapping Service..
				Ended up with Israeli air force, probably as 1601.  After arrival in Israel it served with 69 "Hammer" 
				Squadron from 1948 to circa 1958, when it was withdrawn due to age.  Sold to
				American user as N9814F, but was impounded in Algeria Mar 1958 for
				carrying arms.  Aircraft returned to Israel and dismantled.
				Aircraft fuselage sold to Columbia Pictures.  Fuselage noted at Croydon, England Sep 1961 and used for
				static shots in the film "The War Lover".  Subsequently broken up
				in a scrapyard in Middlesex, England ca. 1962.
			83814 to North Dakota Public School District, Hazen, ND in 1947.  Sold 
				to California Atlantic Airways of St. Petersburg, FL and registered
				Jun 20, 1951 as N66571 and then to Canada a CF-HPB and then back to
				USA as N66571 with Black Hills Aviation of Spearfish, SD.  To NASM
				Jan 1982 and displayed at Pima County Air Museum, Tucson, AZ
				in 1983.  Was in storage at Dulles Airport in Washington.  The plane
				is now the property of the Mighty Eighth Museum in Pooler, GA.  
				Registration XA-BEC has also been associated with this aircraft.
				Moved Jan 8, 2009 to Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum, Savannah, GA.
				Reported to have center fuselage and wing sections from B-17
				41-2451.
			83842 sold on commercial market as N1212N.  Re-registered with bogus serial of N7712M and
				covertly exported to new Israeli AF.  Interned in Azores by Portuguese authorities 
				on way to Israeli air force. Passed along to Portuguese AF.  Subsequent history
				after impoundment in Azores is unclear--one sourse says it went to
				Dominican AF as FAD 2301, another says to Portuguese AF for spares.
			83845 to Navy as BuNo 83995 in 1947 as spare parts source
			83851 sold on commercial market as N1098M and converted to cargo carrier.  
				Found its way to Israeli Air Force.  After arrival in Israel served with 69 "Hammer" 
				Squadron from 1948 to circa 1958, when was withdrawn due to age.  Scrapped August of 1961.
			83855 transferred to U. S. Navy as PB-1W BuNo 77225
			83857/83859 transferred to U. S. Navy as PB-1W Bu No. 77226/77228.
				77226 sold on commercial market as N7228C.
				 Scrapped August 1967.	
				77227 sold on commercial market as N6461D and
				 later re-registered as N5226V.  Sold to Bolivian
				 commercial user as CP-742.  Destroyed Feb 1965.
				77228 sold on commercial market as N6462D and
				 later re-registered as N5228V.  Sold to Peruvian
				 commercial user as OB-LIN-623 and later
				 re-registered as OB-SAC-623 and later
				 OB-R-623.  Sold to Bolivian commercial user as
				 CP-767 and destroyed April 1967.
			83861/83863 transferred to U. S. Navy as PB-1W Bu No. 77229/77231.
				77229 sold on commercial market as N6463D
				 and later re-registered as N5227V.  Sold to 
				 Bolivian commercial user as CP-741.  Destroyed
				 Oct 1965.
				77231 sold on civilian market as N6464D and
				 later re-registered N5233V.  Now
				 on display at Eglin AFB as 44-83863, its
				 original serial. 
44-83864/83885	Douglas/Long Beach B-17G-95-DL Fortress
			c/n 32505/32526
			83864 transferred to U. S. Navy as PB-1W Bu No. 77232.
				77232 sold on commercial market as N6465D and
				 later re-registered as N5234V.  Sold to
				 Mexican user as XB-BOE.  Returned to USA as
				 N73648 with Mark Hurd Aerial Survey Co. of Santa Barbara, CA.  Went
				 immediately to Cal-Nat Airways at Grass Valley, CA.  Used by Planes of Fame Air Museum
				 to film TV series *Twelve O'Clock High* as N3713G. 
				 Owned by Cal Nat Airways as Tanker B11 and became E56
				 with Black Hills Aviation.  Lost in firefighting accident
				 12/7/1972, Silver City, NM.  Crew was killed instantly
			83868/83869 transferred to US Navy as PB-1W BuNo 77233/77234
				77233 eventually to American Compressed Steel Corp, Dallas, TX, 
					Dec., 1957-1960.  Stored as USN XD-2, Dallas-Love Airport, 
					1958-1960. Von E. Carstedt/Carstedt Air, Long Beach, CA, 
					Registration N6466D reserved but not used.  Sale not 
					completed.  Aero Union Corp, Chico, CA, 1960.  Registered as
					N5237V. Calvin J. Butler/Butler Farm Air, Richmond, OR, 1963-1969. 
					Flown as tanker #E15.  Registered as N5237V.  Butler Aircraft Co, 
					Redmond, OR, 1974-1977. Flown as tanker #F15, and #65.  TBM Inc, 
					Sequoia, CA, 1979-1983.   Flown as tanker #65. RAF Museum, Hendon, 
					Dec. 9, 1983-1992.  Converted back to military configuration at 
					Sequoia, CA. 1984.   Delivered to RAF Bize Norton for the 
					Bomber Command Museum and United States Army Air Force Memorial at
					Hendon in Greater London, UK. Now on Static Display.
			83872/83879 transferred to US Navy as PB-1W Bu. No. 77235/77242
				77235 sold on civilian market as N7227C.
					Owned by Confederate Air Force as N7227C and painted as
					B-17F-27-BO 41-24592, but later repainted in
					its original USAAF serial of 44-83872 "Texas Raiders".
				77236 sold to Canadian operator as CF-JJH.
					Scrapped Jan 1962.
				77237 sold to commercial user as N6467D and
					later re-registered as N5236V.  Scrapped 1963.
				77238 sold to commercial user as N6468D and
					later re-registered as N5231V.  Sold to
					Bolivian user as CP-640.  Destroyed Aug 1967.  
				77240 sold to commercial user as N6469D and
					later re-registered as N5232V.  Scrapped Dec 
					1961.
				77241 as never modified and remained as a standard
					B-17G and was designated PB-1 (only).
			83883/83884 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 77243/77244.
				77243 sold to commercial user as N6470D and
					later re-registered as N5229V.  Scrapped Dec 
					1961.
				77244 sold on civilian market as N6471D and later re-registered N5230V.  To N91675 in 1977.  Currently on
					display at Barksdale AFB, LA in original USAAF serial of 44-83884.  Named "Yankee Doodle O" at 
					Barksdale 8th AF Museum in 1993.  Repainted in 2010 as 42-31340 "Miss Liberty", the personal aircraft 
					of Maj Gen Lewis E Lyle, a B-17 pilot who served
                              with the 303rd Bombardment Group at Molesworth, Huntingdonshire in World War Two.