44-83886/83887 North American XP-82 Twin Mustang c/n 120-43742/43743 83886 (611 AAFBU) crashlanded at Eglin Field, FL Jul 25, 1947 83887 To NACA; sold to Walter Soplata after accident mid-1950. Now with the Walter Soplata collection, Newbury, OH. Reported in June 2008 issue of "Aircraft Illustrated" to be under restoration to fly at Kissimmee, FL. 44-83888/83889 North American XP-82A Twin Mustang c/n 120-43744/43745 83889 was cancelled. 44-83890/83893 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress 83892 (331st BG, 356th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 5, 1945. All crew survived, not known if aircraft was repaired. 83893 (331st B G, 355th BS) in taxiing accident at Northwest Field, Guam Jul 6, 1945. All crew survived. Aircraft believed repaired. 44-83894 Bell-Atlanta B-29-40-BA Superfortress 44-83895 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-40-BA Superfortress 44-83896/83899 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 83897 converted to KB-29P 44-83900 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83901/83903 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83904 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83905/83907 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 83905 (KB-29P) suffered landing gear failure during touch- down at Eielson AFB, Alaska April 7, 1956. Ended up derelict at the base, and is now immersed in a lake. 83906 converted to KB-29P 44-83908 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83909/83910 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83911 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress (TB-29) damaged Sep 25, 1945 in taxi accident at Van Nuys, California 44-83912/83913 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83914 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83915/83916 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83917 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83918/83919 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 83918 damaged Sep 7, 1945 in taxi accident at NW Field, Guam 44-83920 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83921/83922 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 83922 converted to KB-29P tanker. 44-83923 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83924/83925 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83926 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83927 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83928 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83929 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83930 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83931 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83932 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83933 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83934 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83935 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83936 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83937 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83938 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83939 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83940 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83941/83944 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 83942 (502 BG) lost Aug 30, 1945, Central Pacific 83943 converted to KB-29P 83944 converted to KB-29P, w/o Feb 13, 1951 at Vance AB, Oklahoma 44-83945 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83946 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83947 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83948 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83949 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83950 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P. Crashed near Kirkcudbright, Scotland Jul 7, 1951. 11 on board killed. 44-83951 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P 44-83952 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83953 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 92nd BG, transferred to 307th BG, reclaimed Dec 7, 1954 at Tinker AFB. Damaged Jan 19, 1951 in landing accident at Macdill AB, Florida 44-83954 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83955 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83956 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83957 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83958/83959 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress 44-83960 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress W/o 12 mi S of Livermore, Califormia Mar 19, 1946. 44-83961 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-45-BA Superfortress damaged Sep 9, 1952 in landing accident at Sewart AB, Tennessee 44-83962 Bell-Atlanta B-29-45-BA Superfortress 44-83963 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83964 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress With 435th BS, 333rd BG Missing near Guam Oct 7, 1945. MACR 14979. Fate of crew unknown. 44-83965 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83966 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83967 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P. Damaged Jan 17, 1951 in midair collision with B-50D 49-0315 near Hunter AB, Georgia 44-83968 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83969 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83970 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83971 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83972 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83973 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress Crashed while making emergency landing at Muroc Dry Lake, CA Jun 4, 1946. 44-83974 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress Damaged Oct 24, 1945 in taxi accident at Kadena AB, Okinawa 44-83975 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83976 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83977 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83978 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress Damaged Oct 12, 1949 in landing accident at North Field, Guam 44-83979 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83980 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83981 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83982 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83983 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83984 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83985 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P. Crashed Jul 10, 1953 with 2nd BW, 2nd ARS, Hunter Field, GA. All 10 aboard killed. 44-83986 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83987 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83988 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83989 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83990 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress damaged Feb 19, 1950 in takeoff accident at Westover AB, Massachusetts. 44-83991 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83992 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83993 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83994 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83995 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83996 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-83997 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-83998 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress There is a photo showing this polane completely destroyed by fire on the ground. 44-83999 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-84000 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-84001 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-84002 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-84003 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-84004 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-84005 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-84006 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-84007 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-50-BA Superfortress 44-84008 Bell-Atlanta B-29-50-BA Superfortress 44-84009 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84010 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84011 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84012 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84013 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84014 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84015 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84016 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84017 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84018 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84019 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84020 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84021 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84022 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84023 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84024 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84025 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84026 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84027 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84028 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 92nd BG, 327th BS, crashed Aug 30, 1949, Spokane 44-84029 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P. Crashed on landing at Bergstrom AFB, TX Jan 10, 1957. 4 killed. 44-84030 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84031 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress (331st BG, HQ) suffered structural failure and ditched 10 mi S of Harmon Field, Guam Jan 22, 1946. However, there is a photo of a plane bearing this serial number taken in 1952, fitted with a refuelling boom. 44-84032 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 92nd BG, salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 44-84033 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84034 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84035 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84036 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress (2nd BG, 49th BS) crashed after takeoff 3 mi SE of Tucson, AZ Dec 16, 1947. 12 killed, 8 survived. 44-84037 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84038 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P 44-84039 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84040 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84041 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84042 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84043 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress Converted to XB-29G jet engine test bed. 44-84044 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84045 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84046 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84047 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P 44-84048 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84049 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84050 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84051 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84052 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84053 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress Converted to TB-29B. On display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB. 44-84054 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84055 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-55-BA Superfortress 44-84056 Bell-Atlanta B-29-55-BA Superfortress 44-84057 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84058 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84059 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84060 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84061 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress Converted to YB-29J and then to FB-29J 44-84062 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84063 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84064 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84065 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 92nd BG, "Queen of the Neches", to reclamation Nov 28, 1954 Tinker AFB 44-84066 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 92nd BG, 325th BS, "Townswicks Terrors" to reclamation Sep 27, 1954 McClellan AFB 44-84067 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84068 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84069 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84070 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84071 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P 44-84072 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84073 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress Used as mothership for X-7/XQ-5 programs 44-84074 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84075 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84076 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress On display at SAC Museum, Offutt AFB, NE. Moved to a new museum west of Omaha 44-84077 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress with 17th BS, 16th BG W/o Sep 2, 1945 at NW Field, Guam. MACR 15384. Fate of crew unknown. 44-84078 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84079 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84080 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 92nd BG, 325th BS transferred to 98th BG. Salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 44-84081 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84082 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84083 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84084 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress Modified as SB-29B at China Lake with underfuselage boat; in store at Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk City, Florida. Owned by Aero Trader, Chino, CA. Offered for sale as a potential flying restoration package. 44-84085 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84086 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84087 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84088 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84089 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84090 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84091 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84092 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84093 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84094 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84095 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84096 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84097 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84098 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress 44-84099 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84100 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress Damaged Jan 15, 1947 in Florida 44-84101 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84102 Bell-Atlanta B-29-60-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P tanker. 44-84103 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-60-BA Superfortress 44-84104 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84105 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84106 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84107 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84108 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84109 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84110 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84111 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Converted to EB-29B carrier for XP-85 parasite. 44-84112 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84113 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Damaged Oct 11, 1954 near Indianapolis, Indiana 44-84114 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84115 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84116 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84117 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Damaged Jan 16, 1946 at Wright Field, Ohio 44-84118 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84119 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84120 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84121 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Used in 1948-49 Stratovision experiment in airborne TV signal relay sponsored by Martin and Westinghouse. Had large retractable TV transmission antenna on belly and uplink antenna on tip of vertical tail. Was damaged Jun 3, 1946 at Patterson Field, Ohio. 44-84122 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84123 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress crashed 3 mi SE of Johnson AB (3rd Air Rescue Squadron) 44-84124 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress Converted to SB-29. Crashed shortly after takeoff Jan 13, 1951. 3 killed. 44-84125 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84126 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84127 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84128 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84129 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84130 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84131 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84132 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84133 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84134 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P. Crashed Aug 13, 1954 near Lockbourne AFB, OH with 506th ARS due to progressive failure of engines. Crew of 16 bailed out successfully. 44-84135 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84136 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84137 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84138 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84139 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84140 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress Cancelled 44-84141 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Converted to EB-29B. W/o May 21, 1951 10 mi NW of Cienaga, New Mexico. 44-84142 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84143 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Damaged Oct 18, 1949 on ground accident at Castle AFB, California. 44-84144 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84145 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84146 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84147 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84148 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84149 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P in Nov 1950. Crashed Dec 26, 1956 in Alaska. 44-84150 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress - cancelled 44-84151 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress Converted to KB-29P 44-84152 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84153 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress - cancelled 44-84154 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress - cancelled 44-84155 Bell-Atlanta B-29B-65-BA Superfortress 44-84156 Bell-Atlanta B-29-65-BA Superfortress 44-84153/84154 Christopher XAG-1CH Contract cancelled (conflict with cancelled Bell-Atlanta B-29/B-29B-65-BA) 44-84157/84389 Cancelled contracts 44-84390/84989 North American P-51D-25-NT Mustang c/n 124-44246/44845. 84651/84654, 84660, 84662, 84663, 84665/84670,84676 modified as dual control trainers by Temco 84390 on civil registry as N2869D 84391 to RAF as Mustang IV KM696. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84392 to RAF as Mustang IV KM697. SOC Jul 28, 1946 84393 to RAF as Mustang IV KM698. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84394 to RAF as Mustang IV KM699. SOC Jul 28, 1946 84395 to RAF as Mustang IV KM700. SOC Jul 28, 1946 84396 to RAF as Mustang IV KM701. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84397 to RAF as Mustang IV KM702. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84398 to RAAF as A68-713. For target use Apr 1, 1952. presumably subsequently scrapped. 84399 to RAAF as A68-714. Damaged when struck while parked by Beaufighter A8-184 Dec 10, 1945, Laubuan airstrip. 84400 to RAAF as A68-715. Served in Korea with 77 Sq. Crashed Near Inchon Mar 20, 1951 after pilot bailed out due to damage by ground fire. 84401 to RAAF as A68-716. To civil market Feb 23, 1953 as N4679V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA 84402 to RAAF as A68-717. Relegated to use as target Mar 1, 1952, presumably subsequently scrapped. 84403 to RAAF as A68-700. Crashed on landing, Bofu Apr 22, 1946, converted to components. 84404 to RAAF as A68-701. Converted to components Nov 15, 1949, cockpit subsequently used as ground instructional aid with serial A68/X7. 84405 to RAAF as A68-702. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84406 to RAAF as A68-703. Crashed Mar 15, 1951, pilot OK, relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84407 to RAAF as A68-704. Crashlanded with 77 Sq. Feb 25/26, 1951 in rice paddy in Korea, near Inchon. Plane flipped over and trapped pilot, who drowned. 84408 to RAAF as A68-743. Scrapped May 8, 1946 84409 to RAAF as A68-705. Crashed into hill near Masuda, Japan Sep 5 1950 after pilot bailed out. 84410 to RAAF as A68-706. To civil market Feb 23, 1953 as N4681V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA. Registration N83KD reserved Apr 2, 2003, taken up Nov 8, 2003 At Tri State Warbird Museum, Batavia/Clermont CAP, OH Jan 2008. 84411 to RAAF as A68-763. To civil market Feb 23, 1953 as N4682V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA. 84412 to RAAF as A68-707. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84413 to RAAF as A68-708. Crash landing in enemy territory on island in Han River, Korea Mar 16, 1951 and w/o. 84414 to RAAF as A68-709. To civil market Feb 23,1953 as N4684V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA 84415 to RAAF as A68-710. Converted to target use Apr 1952. 84416 to RAAF as A68-711. Converted to components Jan 22, 1946. 84417 to RAAF as A68-718. Missing during ferry flight between Okinawa and Japan Mar 18, 1946 84468 to RAF as Mustang IV KM703. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84469 to NEIAF as N3-620, H-320 84470 to NEIAF as N3-621, H-321. To AURI as F-321 84471 to NEIAF as N3-622, H-322. 84472 to NEIAF as N3-623. Crashed Jun 11, 1946 84473 to NEIAF as N3-624, H-324. To AURI as F-324 84474 to NEIAF as N3-625, H-325. To AURI as F-325. Crashed May 1, 1949 84475 to NEIAF as N3-626, H-326. 84476 to NEIAF as N3-627, H-327. 84477 to NEIAF as N3-628, H-328. To AURI as F-328 84478 to NEIAF to N3-629, H-329. To AURI as F-329 84479 to RAAF as A68-719. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84480 to RAAF as A68-744. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84481 to RAAF as A68-712. Crashed on landing Miho Oct 14, 1946. Converted to components Nov 1946. 84482 to RAAF as A68-720. Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953 84483 to RAAF as A68-745. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84484 to RAAF as A68-721. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1954. 84485 to RAAF as A68-746. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84486 to RAAF as A68-747. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84487 to RAAF as A68-748. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84488 to RAAF as A68-749. DBR when swung on landing at Bofu Aug 12, 1947 84489 to RAAF as A68-750. relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84490 to RAAF as A68-764. Scrapped Feb 10, 1947 84491 to RAAF as A68-751. Scrapped Aug 12, 1946. Believed to have struck vehicle at Clark Field, Philippines during ferry flight. 84492 to RAAF as A68-765. Shot down by AA Jan 7, 1951 with 77 Sqdn, Korea. Pilot MIA 84493 to RAAF as A68-752. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84494 to RAAF as A68-753. Crashed in enemy territory Sep 3, 1950 following AAA hit with 77 Sqdn. Pilot MIA. 84495 to RAAF as A68-766. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84496 to RAAF as A68-754. Crashed into sea 2 mi E of Pusan with 77 Sqdn Jan 12, 1951. 84497 to RAAF as A68-755. Damaged by explosion of own rockets in Korea, not repaired, scrapped Mar 6, 1951. 84498 to RAAF as A68-767. Crashed west of Kochi, Shikoku Jun 8, 1948 84499 to RAAF as A68-756. Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Mar 23, 1953. Now on US civil registry as N4676V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA 84500 to RAAF as A68-768. Crashlanded at Takamatsu Aug 10, 1948 after engine failed on approach. 84501 to RAAF as A68-757. Missing near Samchick, Korea Jul 7, 1950 while carrying out strafing attack in Korea. Pilot KIA. 84502 to RAAF as A68-769. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952, subsequently sold on civil market. Registered as VH-MFT to Warplanes PTY, Ltd of Australia. 84503 to RAAF as A68-770. Missing during ferry flight between Okinawa and Japan Mar 18, 1946 84504 to RAAF as A68-758. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84505 to RAAF as A68-759. Crashed at Bofu Feb 22, 1947 84506 to RAAF as A68-760. Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953. 84507 to RAAF as A68-761. W/o after being hit by Beaufighter A8-184 at Laubuan Airstrip Dec 10, 1945. 84508 to RAAF as A68-762. Failed to return from test flight from Labuan Sep 30 1945. 84519 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA May 9, 1952. Pilot bailed out. 84523 (8th FBG, 80th FBS) crashed at Kunu-ri, Korea Jan 8, 1952. 84537 (67th TRW, 456th TRS) shot down by AAA Aug 10, 1952. 84543 (c/n 122-44399) to Italian AF as MM4345 84544 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) crash-landed 3 mi N of Singye, Korea Apr 2, 1951. 84547 (c/n 124-44403) to Italian AF as MM4346 84548 (c/n 124-44404) to Italian AF as MM4370 84551 (c/n 124-44407) to Italian AF as MM4347 84552 (c/n 124-44408) to Italian AF as MM4348 84553 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by AAA and crashlanded on friendly strip Oct 30, 1951. 84554 (c/n 124-44410) to Italian AF as MM4349 84555 (c/n 124-44411) to Italian AF as MM4350 84556 (c/n 124-44412) to Italian AF as MM4351 84559 (c/n 124-44415) to Italian AF as MM4352 84561 (c/n 124-44417) to Italian AF as MM4353 84562 (c/n 124-44418) to Italian AF as MM4354 84563 (c/n 124-44419) to Italian AF as MM4371 84564 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Feb 18, 1952. 84565 (c/n 124-44421) to Italian AF as MM4372 84566 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Jan 31, 1952. Pilot bailed out. 84575 (c/n 124-44431) to Italian AF as MM4373 84590 (c/n 124-44446) to Italian AF as MM4374 84591 (c/n 124-44447) to Italian AF as MM4375 84592 (c/n 124-44448) to Italian AF as MM4376 84593 (c/n 124-44449) to Italian AF as MM4377 84594 (c/n 124-44450) to Italian AF as MM4378 84596 (c/n 124-44452) to Italian AF as MM4379 84598 (c/n 124-44454) to Italian AF as MM4380 84600 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) in midair collision with Navy F4U Jul 7, 1952. 84601 (c/n 124-44457) to Italian AF as MM4381 84605 (c/n 124-44461) to Italian AF as MM4382 84606 (c/n 124-44462) to Italian AF as MM4383 84607 (c/n 124-44463) to Italian AF as MM4384 84610 modified as TP-51D in 1954. 84611 modified as TP-51D in 1954. To N6326T. in 1957 to Bolivian AF as FAB 508. 84612 (c/n 124-44468) to Italian AF as MM4385 84613 (c/n 124-44469) to Italian AF as MM4386 84615 (c/n 124-44471) to Italian AF as MM4387. To civil registry as N55JL with Bahia Oaks, Inc, Ocala, FL 84617 (c/n 124-44473) to Italian AF as MM4388 84618 (c/n 124-44474) to Italian AF as MM4389 84623 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Jan 14, 1951. 84624 (c/n 124-44480) to Italian AF as MM4390 84625 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed near Kichang, Korea Dec 15, 1951. 84626 (c/n 124-44482) to Italian AF as MM4391 84628 (185h FBG, 12th FBS) crashed on bomb run Dec 23, 1951. 84630 (c/n 124-44486) to Italian AF as MM4392 84632 (c/n 124-44488) to Italian AF as MM4393 84634 (c/n 124-44490) on civil registry as N51ES, named *Big Beautiful Doll*. Reregistered as N351BD Sep 9, 2003. Incorrect serial 44-85634 shown as its c/n on FAA registry. 84635 (c/n 124-44491) to Italian AF as MM4394 84636 (c/n 124-44492) to Italian AF as MM4395 84637 (c/n 124-44493) to Italian AF as MM4396 84638 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by MiG May 31, 1952. 84639 (c/n 124-44495) to Italian AF as MM4399 84640 (c/n 124-44496) to Italian AF as MM4400 84641 (c/n 124-44497) to Italian AF as MM4401 84642 (c/n 124-44498) to Italian AF as MM4402 84643 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) damaged after right gear failed Oct 3, 1952. 84643 (c/n 124-44499) also listed as going to Italian AF as MM4403 84644 (c/n 124-44500) to Italian AF as MM4404 84645 (c/n 124-44501) to Italian AF as MM4405 84649 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Nov 13, 1951. Pilot bailed out. 84652 (6146th Air Base Sq) shot down by AAA near Taepori, Korea Aug 2, 1952. 84653 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) veered off runway while landing at K-46, Korea Jun 7, 1952. 84655 to Nicraguan AF as GN-98. In 1960 to Bolivian AF as FAB 510. To US civil registry as N74075, later N6362T. Landed gear up Aug 28, 1954, La Porte, Indiana. Rebuilt as Cavalier TF-51D 69-6599. To Bolivan AF as FAB 510. 84658 on civil register as N51TF. At War Eagles Museum, Santa Teresa, NM 84660 (TF-51D) to civil registry as N4151D 84669 on display at Yeio-Do Island, South Korea. 84681 to RAF as Mustang IV KM704. SOC Arp 25, 1946 84682 to RAF as Mustang IV KM705. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84683 to RAF as Mustang IV KM706. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84684 to RAF as Mustang IV KM707. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84685 to RAF as Mustang IV KM708. SOC Jul 28, 1946 84686 to RAF as Mustang IV KM709. SOC Jul 28, 1946 84687 to RAF as Mustang IV KM710. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84688 to RAF as Mustang IV KM711. SOC Mar 14, 1946 84689 to RAF as Mustang IV KM712. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84690 to RAF as Mustang IV KM713. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84691 to RAF as Mustang IV KM714. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84692 to RAF as Mustang IV KM715. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84693 to RAF as Mustang IV KM716. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84694 to RAF as Mustang IV KM717. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84695 to RAF as Mustang IV KM718. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84696 to RAF as Mustang IV KM719. SOC Jul 25, 1946 84697 to RAF as Mustang IV KM720. SOC Jul 25, 1946 84698 to RAF as Mustang IV KM721. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84699 to RAF as Mustang IV KM722. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84700 to RAF as Mustang IV KM723. Damaged when swung on takeoff during ferry flight, Phaphamau Nov 15, 1945. Not repaired, presumably subsequently scrapped. 84701 to RAF as Mustang IV KM724. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84702 to RAF as Mustang IV KM725. SOC Jul 25, 1946 84703 to RAF as Mustang IV KM726. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84704 to RAF as Mustang IV KM727. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84705 to RAF as Mustang IV KM728. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84706 to RAF as Mustang IV KM729. SOC Jul 25, 1946 84707 to RAF as Mustang IV KM730. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84708 to RAF as Mustang IV KM731. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84709 to RAF as Mustang IV KM732. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84710 to RAF as Mustang IV KM733. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84711 to RAF as Mustang IV KM734. SOC Jul 25, 1946 84712 to RAF as Mustang IV KM735. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84713 to RAF as Mustang IV KM736. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84714 to RAF as Mustang IV KM737. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84715 to RAF as Mustang IV KM738. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84716 to RAF as Mustang IV KM739. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84717 to RAF as Mustang IV KM740. SOC Jul 25, 1946 84718 to RAF as Mustang IV KM741. SOC Mar 28, 1946 84719 to RAF as Mustang IV KM742. SOC Jul 25, 1946 84720 to RAF as Mustang IV KM743. SOC Apr 25, 1946 84721 to RAAF as A68-722. Crashed Apr 17, 1950 over Inland Sea (Japan) after midair collision with Royal Navy Firefly PP434. Pilot injured. 84722 to RAAF as A68-771. Missing during navigation exercise between Palawan and Labuan Nov 28, 1945. 84723 to RAAF as A68-723. Later to South Korean AF. 84724 to RAAF as A68-724. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84725 to RAAF as A68-725. Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 84726 to RAAF as A68-772. Hit by AAA 4 mi W of Pyongyang Jan 19, 1951 and belly landed behind enemy lines. Pilot POW. 84727 to RAAF as A68-773. Missing during ferry flight between Okinawa and Japan Mar 18, 1946. 84728 to RAAF as A68-726. Served in Korea with 77 Sqn. Shot down near Pyongyang Dec 11, 1950 by AAA. Pilot KIA. 84729 to RAAF as either A68-789 or A68-790. Both relegated to use as targets Apr 1, 1952. 84730 to RAAF as A68-727. Crashed at Labuan Nov 28, 1945 84731 to RAAF as A68-728. DBR when struck high-tension cables Iwakuni Sep 27, 1948 84732 to RAAF as A68-729. Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953 84733 to RAAF as A68-730. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84734 to RAAF as A68-731. On US civil registry as N4683V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA, according to Landings database. RAAF records say bellylanded in paddock at Laverton, Victoria Aug 31, 1945 after engine failure, not repaired and subsequently scrapped. 84735 to RAAF as A68-732. Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953. On US civil registry as N4685V with American Aero Corp, Burbank, CA. 84736 to RAAF as A68-733. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84737 to RAAF as A68-734. Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 84738 to RAAF as A68-735. Crashed on takeoff Labuan Dec 14, 1945 84739 to RAAF as A68-736. Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 84740 to RAAF as A68-774. Suffered damage at Iwakuni, not repaired, scrapped Aug 30, 1950 84745 to TF-51D; c/r N851D; named Crazy Horse 84749 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA 6 mi S of Kaesong, Korea Apr 14, 1951. 84750 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by AAA and crash-landed at K-16 Sep 20, 1951. Plane destroyed. 84753 on civil registry as N251BP. Substantially damaged at Minden, NV Dec 7, 2005 when ran off runway during hard landing. 84761 to SAAF as 369. Returned to USAF, transferred to ROKAF Mar 17, 1954. 84763 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) lost Nov 19, 1950. 84766 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) hit by ground fire Oct 27, 1951. 84771 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA near Kuhwa-ri, Korea Sep 27, 1951. Pilot bailed out. 84780 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by small arms fire Feb 28, 1952. Pilot bailed out. 84781 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) lost Apr 10, 1952. 84782 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Feb 4, 1952. 84784 (TF-6D< 69th TRG, 29th RS) crashed on approach to airport Apr 13, 1946. 84788 (67th RW) shot down by AAA Feb 5, 1952. 84792 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed Apr 10, 1951. 84793 to NEIAF as N3-630, H-330. To AURI as F-330 84794 to NEIAF as N3-631, H-331 84795 to NEIAF as N3-632, H-332. To AURI as F-332. Preserved at Jalang 84796 to NEIAF as N3-633, H-333. To AURI as F-333 84797 to NEIAF as N3-634. Crashed Dec 16, 1946 84798 to NEIAF as N3-635, H-335. To AURI as F-335 84799 to NEIAF as N3-636, H-336 84800 to NEIAF as N3-637, H-337 84801 to NEIAF as N3-638, H-338. To AURI as F-338. F-338 displayed at Jakarta but not sure if it is the original 84802 to NEIAF as N3-639. Crashed May 30, 1947 84803 to NEIAF as N3-640, H-340. To AURI as F-340 84804 to RAAF as A68-737. Shot down in Korea Mar 15, 1951 with 77 Sqdn. RAAF records say DBR when engine failed on approach Apr 22, 1948 84805 to RAAF as A68-775. Crashlanded near Pohan, Korea Aug 10, 1950 84806 to RAAF as A68-776. DBR when collided with Mustang A68-706 (44-84410) while landing at Bofu Jul 10, 1947 84807 to RAAF as A68-778. Relegated to used as target Apr 1, 1952 84808 to RAAF as A68-791. Crash landed in friendly territory Jan 4, 1951 at Kingnibe airstrip in Korea and was recovered 84809 to RAAF as A68-738 84810 to RAAF as A68-792 Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 84811 to RAAF as A68-793. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84812 to RAAF as A68-779. Damaged by AAA near Pyongyang Jan 19, 1951, but returned safely. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84813 to RAAF as A68-739. Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 84814 to RAAF as A68-780. Sold to American Aeronatuics Corp Feb 23, 1953 84815 to RAAF as A68-799. Damaged by enemy fire and forced landed at Kimpo, Korea. RAAF records say sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953. 84816 to RAAF as A68-781. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84817 to RAAF as A68-777. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84818 to RAAF as A68-740. DBR when swung on landing at Bofu Jul 11,1 947 84819 to RAAF as A68-741. Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 84820 to RAAF as A68-742. Scrapped Sep 27, 1946 84821 to RAAF as A68-782. Crashed into Wonsan harbor in South Korea Mar 19, 1951 after pilot abandoned aircraft during dive. 84822 to RAAF as A68-794. Crashed on or near Middelburg Islands, Dutch New Guinea May 3, 1946 after pilot abandoned aircraft during ferry flight. 84823 to RAAF as A68-783. DBR when flew into high-tension cables, Bofu Apr 15, 1947. 84824 to RAAF as A68-784. Crashlanded at Takamatsu, Japan Aug 18, 1948 when lost power during takeoff 84825 to RAAF as A68-785. Broke up in air near Bofu Mar 19, 1947 with 82 Sqdn 84826 to RAAF as A68-786. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952 84827 to RAAF as A68-795. Crashlanded at Takamatsu, Shokoku Jul 27, 1943 when glycol takn burst after takeoff. 84828 to RAAF as A68-796. Collided in midair with A68-812 Feb 14, 1951. RAAF records say missing 30 mi N of East Taegu, Korea Feb 19, 1951 during ground attack mission. 84829 to RAAF as A68-797. Relegated to use as target Jul 13, 1950. 84830 to RAAF as A68-787. DBR when overshot landing and nosed over (77 Sqdn) in padi field, Iwakuni Sep 4, 1947. 84831 to RAAF as A68-798. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84832 to RAAF as A68-788. Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952. 84835 carried "Oh-Kay" on port side, "The Thing" on starboard side. Assigned to 45th TRS in Korea and after the war was returned to 154th TRS. 84838 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) damaged by AAA and crash-landed at K-16, Korea Jun 5, 1951. 84840 (67th TRW) shot down by AAA near Yongson-ni, Korea Aug 7, 1951. Pilot bailed out. 84841 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA near Kaesong, Korea Mar 17, 195l. Pilot bailed out. 84844 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Feb 1, 1951. Pilot bailed out. 84847 copnverted to TF-51D by Fighter Rebuilders at Chino, CA and on civil registry as N251RJ. Has been purchased by The Fighter Collection of Duxford, UK. 84848 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) pilot lost control and bailed out Aug 15, 1952. 84849 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) shot down by AAA Oct 30, 1951. 84850 flying as N15FS, later as NL850AH with Anderson Aviation, Inc. Registration N151TH reserved Sep 18, 2003, taken up Aug 28, 2004. Registration N514NH reserved Jul 12, 2007, taken up Jul 10, 2008 Crashed at Chandler, AZ airport Mar 11, 2010. Pilot killed. 84857 (c/n 122-44713) to El Salvador AF. Sold as scrap/spares but registration N5019F reserved Aug 19, 2005, taken up Jul 21, 2006. 84860 on civil registry as N327DB with Aero Classics, Inc of Chino, CA Reported in 1990 as being registered N55509. 84862 (2nd SAAF Sq) bellied in after engine failure May 5, 1952. 84863 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by AAA Jan 6, 1952 84864 to NACA as 126, then on civil registry as N4223A with American Aircraft Sales, Hayward, CA 84867 (2nd SAAF Sq) MIA Nov 24, 1951. Also listed as shot down Jan 15, 1952 with 18th FBG, 67th FBS) 84869 to SAAF. Lost Jan 25, 1952 in Korea 84870 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) ditched in Wonsan Bay, Korea after engine failure Oct 8, 1950. 84872 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed into sea after engine failure near Paengnyong-do, Korea May 6, 1952. Also listed as going to SAAF as 368 and being lost Jan 3, 1952. 84874 (2nd SAAF Sq) hit by ground fire Jan 3, 1952. 84875 (25th FIW) hit another plane while landing Oct 22, 1951. 84880 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA near Kangnung, Korea Mar 10, 1952. 84882 to SAAF as 366. Returned to USAF? 84884 (18th FBG, 39th FBS) losing fuel, pilot bailed out Mar 3, 1952. 84887 to SAAF as 364. Returned to USAAF, transferred to ROKAF 84890 to SAAF as 393. Returned to USAAF , transferred to ROKAF, lost in accident Nov 10, 1954. 84891 (1st FS) shot down AAA near Anpyun, Korea Nov 2, 1952. 84894 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by ground fire Nov 5, 1952. 84896 on civil registry as N5416V 84899 (1ith FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire Apr 20, 1951, Pilot bailed out. 84900 modified to verify the possibility of a naval version. Now on civil registry as N51YZ. Was at one time NACA 127, used for high subsonic perforamce tests. Reported in 1990 as being on display with Pittsburgh ANG, Pittsburgh,PA 84902 to SAAF as 367. Returned to USAF, transferred to ROKAF 84903 to SAAF as 334. Returned to USAF. This was "Buggs" and before SAAF (in Korea) was assigned to 109th FS. 84905 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed near Miudong, NK Apr 30, 1951. Also listed as bellying in on Han River Apr 30, 1951 in friendly territory. 84908 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) disintegrated while strafing N of Koksan, Korea Jul 30, 1951. 84909 (67th TRW) shot down by ground fire near Chup'a-ri, Korea Oct 5, 1951. Pilot bailed out. 84913 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by AAA and bellied in May 19, 1951. 84917 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA 5 mi NE of Sunchon, Korea Apr 22, 1951. 84929 to SAAF as 395. Returned to USAAF, transferred to ROKAF. 84932 (25th FIW, 39th FIS) bellied in at Pusan West Mar 29, 1951, total loss. 84933 to civil registry as N2874D, then N201F with M A, Inc, Oshkosh, WI 84939 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed after midair collision Aug 5, 1951. I also have this one being hit by AAA Aug 7, 1951 with 67th TRW, 45th TRS) and pilot bailed out. 84943 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA Nov 17, 1951. 84945 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed after target run May 15, 1952. 84951 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) shot down by small-arms fire Feb 18, 1952. 84952 to civil registry as N6495C, then N210D with Northeast Aircraft Associates, Wilmington, DE. 84954 lost in midair collision in 1950. Wreckage found in Village Green section of Newport News, VA in 1967. 84956 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) MIA Nov 25, 1952. 84959 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashlanded at K-10, Korea Mar 26, 1952. 84961 (c/n 124-44817) to civil registry as N7715C. In 2009 was painted as 44-13334 "Wee Willy II" on air show circuit. 84962 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA near Goksan, Korea Apr 21, 1951. This plane is reported as being on civil registry as N9857P 84973 collided in midair with B-36D 49-2658 while conducting gunnery training near Perkins, OK Apr 27, 1951. Pilot of P-51 killed, plus 12 crew onboard the B-36 were killed. 84974 (8th FBG) lost Dec 14, 1950. 84977 (8th FBG) hit by ground fire in Sukchon area, Korea Oct 20, 1950. 84982 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit by AAA and crashlanded 8 mi N of Pyongyang, NK Oct 2, 1950. 44-84990/84991 Bell XP-83 44-84992/85336 Lockheed P-80A-1-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1015/1359 84994 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 84999 at Hill AFB Museum, UT. 84995 used for tests in towing by B-29 85000 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29667. 85001 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85004 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85005 transferred to US Navy as BuNo 29668. 85007 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85009 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85012 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85013 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85014 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85015 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85019 modified as RF-80A-15-LO. Came in first in first Weatherhead Trophy competition as part of Cleveland National Air Races Sep 1, 1946. Achieved speed of 578.63 mph (average of 2 runs in opposite directions). 85024 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85025 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85029 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85038 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85039 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85041 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85042 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets. 85044 fitted with upward-firing guns. 85047 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85048 crashed Aug 6, 1945, killing Richard Bong, 40-kill ace. 85049 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85051 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85057 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85060 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85062 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85063 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85071 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85072 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85088 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85098 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85099 to NASA Ames at Moffett Field, California. 85101 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85104 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85105 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85107 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85109 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85110 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85112 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85116 tested with wingtip rocket racks 85120 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85122 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85123 (c/n 080-1146) at Edwards AFB, CA. Noted on display outside Lockheed Martin 'Skunk Works', Palmdale, CA Fall 2003. 85124 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85125 (c/n 080-1148) upgraded to F-80C-11-LO. Noted Jun 25, 2004 at Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum, MI painted as 44-85152 85128 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85132 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85134 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85135 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85142 modified as RF-80A-15-LO. Ditched in ocean near Cho-do, Korea with 67th TRW, 155h TRS due to engine trouble Jan 13, 1953. 85150 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85151 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85152 - Plane so marked located at Kalamazoo Historical Aviation Museum is actually 44-85125. 85154 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85155 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85160 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85161 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85163 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85166 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85167 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85168 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85171 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85172 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85175 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85176 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85177 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85178 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85179 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85180 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85181 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85182 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85183 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85190 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85191 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85196 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85200 modified as XP-80B. Later modified as XP-80R and set world's air speed record of 623.738 mph June 19, 1947 flown by Col. Albert Boyd. Now at USAF Museum, Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio. 85201 modified as XFP-80A. Later modified as RF-80C-11-LO 85205 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85208 crashed east of Toro Peak in Santa Roas Mountains of Riverside CO, Ca, killing the pilot. Date?? 85210 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85214 tested with wingtip-mounted ramjets. 85216 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85217 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85220 (3535th PTW) Williams AFB, Arizona – Flew into ground on training flight, Oct 15, 1951 85225 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85226 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85227 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85229 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85230 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85231 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85234 (NE ANG) crashed during landing into B-47s 52-369 and 53-4235 at Lincoln AFB, NE Nov 17, 1956. Pilot and two cround crew in 52-369 killed. Further 4 injured. 85235 transferred to USN as BuNo 29689 85237 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85239 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85240 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85242 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85244 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85245 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85246 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85247 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85249 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85252 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85253 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85260 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85261 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85262 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85264 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85268 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85269 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85270 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85279 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85281 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85283 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85284 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85285 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85287 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85290 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85291 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85293 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85297 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85299 to NACA at Moffett Field, California as NACA 131. Use to test vortex generators on wing. 85300 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85310 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85315 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85318 collided with 44-85372 NW of Sentinel, AZ Jan 5, 1949. Pilot badly injured, pilot of other plane killed. 85320 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85321 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85322 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85324 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85328 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85330 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85333 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85334 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 44-85337/85382 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1360/1405 85342 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85345 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85356 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85363 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85364 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85366 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85370 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85371 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85372 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO. Collided with 44-85318 NW of Sentinel, AZ Jan 5, 1949, Pilot killed, pilot of other plane badly injured. 85373 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85374 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85375 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 85376 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 85379 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85380 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 44-85383 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1406 44-85384 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1407. Upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 44-85385 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1408 44-85386/85398 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1409/1421 85386 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85390 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85391 (c/n 080-1414) front fuselage reported Jan 2009 at Air Victory Museum, Medford, NJ. 85392 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85393 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85394 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85395 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85397 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85398 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 44-85399 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1422 44-85400/85424 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1423/1447 85400 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85402 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85405 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85406 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85410 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85411 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 85414 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85416 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85418 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85421 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 85422 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 85423 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85424 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 44-85425 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1448 44-85426/85432 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1449/1455 44-85433 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1456. Lost with 67th TRW, 15th TRS on recon mission near Sukchon, Korea Mar 19, 1951. 44-85434/85438 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1457/1461 85435 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85437 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85438 upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 44-85439 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1462 44-85440/85442 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1463/1465 85440 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85441 upgraded to F-80C-11-LO 85442 modified as RF-80A-15-LO 44-85443 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1466 44-85444 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1467 44-85445 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1468 44-85446 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1469 modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85447 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1470 44-85448 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1471. Modified as RF-80A-15-LO 44-85449 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1472 44-85450 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1473. Modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85451 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1474 44-85452 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1475 44-85453 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1476 44-85454 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1477. Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 44-85455 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1478 44-85456 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1479. Modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85457 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1480 44-85458 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1481 44-85459 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1482 44-85460 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1483 44-85461 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1484 44-85462 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1485. Converted to QF-80F 44-85463 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1486 44-85464 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1487. Modified as RF-80A-15-LO 44-85465 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1488 44-85466 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1489.. Modified as RF-80A-15-LO 44-85467 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1490 44-85468 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1491. Modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85469 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1492 44-85470 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1493. Crashed Nov 17, 1950 3 mi N of Indian Springs, NV after disintegrating in flight during low-altitude strafing run. Pilot killed. This accident caused the grounding of the entire F-80A and B fleet for repairs. 44-85471 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1494 44-85472 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1495. Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 44-85473 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1496 44-85474 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1497 44-85475 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1498 44-85476 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1499. Modified as RF-80A-15-LO 44-85477 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1500 44-85478 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1501. Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO 44-85479 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1502 44-85480 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1503. Modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85481 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1504 44-85482 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1505. Modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85483 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1506 44-85484 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1507 44-85485 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1508 44-85486 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1509. Modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85487 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1510 44-85488 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1511. Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO On display at Planes of Fame, Chino, CA. 44-85489 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1512. Hit by AAA with 67th TRW, 45th TRS and crashed near Taechon AB, Korea Jul 27, 1953. 44-85490 Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1513. Modified as F-80C-11-LO 44-85491 Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star c/n 080-1514 44-85492/85591 Lockheed/Vega B-17G-95-VE Fortress c/n 8401/8500 85494 transferred to Brazilian Air Force as 5411. Withdrawn from service in 1968. 85495, 85514, 85537, 85542, 85574 transferred to Navy. Navy designation and serials not known. 85505 (6th Radar Calibration Flight) crashed Sep 10, 1951 10 mi NW of Talkeetna, Alaska on a flight from Elmendorf AFB to Ladd AFB. 1 killed, 6 survived. Wreckage being removed by Champaign Aviation Museum in July 2011 for use on 44-85813 restoration 85507 sold on commercial market as N5116N. Crashed in Nevada desert Nov 10, 1952. 85510 crashed May 16, 1946 while attempting to land at Hamilton Field AFB. Struck crest of White's Hill 8 mi SW of Hamilton. Of the 9 aboard, 2 died at the crash site and one died later. Maxwell records indicate that there were 4 fatalities, with no indication of when they died. This plane is sometimes incorrectly listed as 85516 85519 to Portugal as FAP 278 in 1947, later 7403. W/o 1953. 85531 registered Sept 1957 to Western Enterprises, Inc of Taiwan (founded by the CIA in 1951). In late 1957 missions were staged from Kurmitola Air Field in East Pakistan to parachute agents into Tibet. Stored at Clark AFB Dec 1957. Disassembled for parts at Clark between March and Oct 1958. It is believed that this plane was eventually scrapped. The number 44-85531 appeared again as registered on another B-17G Sep 1, 1960 registered to Atlantic General Enterprise, Washington DC (another CIA front) as N809Z. These registration numbers were then changed to the true numbers of 44-83785. 85548 to Portugal as FAP 277(?) in 1947. Aircraft 277 later reseralled 7402. W/o 1960. 85567 transferred to Brazilian Air Force as 5401. withdrawn from service in 1967. 85571 to Navy as XPB-1 83992 in 1946 for tests. 85579 transferred to Brazilian Air Force. Withdrawn from service in 1968. 85583 transferred to Brazilian air force as 5402. Currently on outdoor display at Base Aerea de Recife in Brazil. 44-85592/85691 Lockheed/Vega B-17G-100-VE Fortress c/n 8501/8600 85594 sold to Institut Geographique National of France as F-BGSQ. Scrapped 1972. 85599 converted to EDB-17G then to DB-17G and then to DB-17P. Displayed at Abilene MAP, TX by 1972. Moved in 1974 to Dyess AFB in Texas painted as 43-38133 "Reluctant Dragon" 85600 sold to commercial user as N3696G and later re-registered as N3701G. Destroyed Feb 1960. 85602 transferred to Brazilian Air Force as 5403. withdrawn from service in 1966. 85619 to Portugal as FAP 275 in 1947, later 7401. W/o 1960. 85624 collided with 44-85626 over Panama Jul 20, 1946. 10 killed on each aircraft. 85643 went to SNCAC at Villacoublay, France. Dec 12, 1947 sold to Institut Geographique National of France as F-BEEA. Used to film the background arctic footate for the movie *Dr. Strangelove*. Destroyed Jul 15, 1989 when crashed on takeoff and burned out at Binbrook, England while filming 'Memphis Belle'. No casualties 85648 used in remote-controlled ditching test in Gulf of Mexico in late 1940s. 85667 (EB-17G, 6531st Flight Test Squadron) crashed Rome, NY Jan 17, 1952. 2 killed, 5 injured 85683 transferred to US Navy as PB-1W Bu. No. 77258. 85628, 85657, 85661, 85656, 85681 transferred to Navy. Navy designation and serials not known 85679 to US Navy as PB-1W 77138. 77138 sold on commercial market as N6460D and later re-registered as N5225V. Destroyed March 1964. 44-85692/85791 Lockheed/Vega B-17G-105-VE Fortress c/n 8601/8700 85706 sold on commercial market as N7045C. Scrapped 1959. 85718 to SNCAC at Villacoublay, France. Dec 10, 1947 sold to Institut Geographique National of France as F-BEEC. Became ZS-EEC, then F-BEEC again, and later became G-FORT. Returned to USA as N900RW. Now at Lone Star Aviation Museum in Texas, and is still flyable. In 2011 the plane had 238050 on its tail and was painted to represent "Thunderbird" 85728 (c/n 8637) bought by TWA for use in survey and liaison work to lay out postwar routes. Was originally registered NX4600 1946. Civil registry later to NL-1B. Later given to Shah of Iran under registration EP-HIM. Became F-BGOE after Iran and then scrapped. 85731 to Navy as BuNo 83996 in 1947 as spare parts source 85733 to SNCAC at Villacoublay, France. Sold to Institut Geographique National of France and registered F-BEEB Feb 20, 1948. Crashed and destroyed at Yaounde, Cameroun March 11, 1949. 85734 converted to JB-17G. Converted as turboprop test bed by Pratt & Whitney under civil registration NX-5111N. Became N5111N, later N817BR. Went to New England Air Museum, Windsor Lock, CT between 1967 and 1987. Nearly destroyed in tornado Mar 10, 1979. Remains traded to Tom Reilly in 1987 in exchange for work done on a museum B-25H. Will be used for parts (along with 44-85813) for a flyable B-17 marked as *Outhouse Mouse* by Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum, Kissimee, FL. Assigned civil registration of N817BR in July 1999. There are rumors that Israel is interested in acquiring this plane for a museum in Israel. Registration N390TH reserved Sep 10, 2003, taken up Feb 20, 2004. Was flying on tour as "Liberty Belle" with a false tail number of 42-97849. July 2008 issue of Aircraft Illustrated claims that the registration is still N5555N, but Landings database denies this. The current civil registration is actually N390TH. Fire broke out shortly after takeoff from Aurora Municipal Airport, Illinois Jun 13, 2011. Made emergency landing in a farm field near Oswego, Illinois. All aboard escaped uninjured, but aircraft was destroyed by fire. 85738 converted to DB-17G then to EDB-17G and then back to DB-17G. Delivered by air Aug 4, 1958 to ANVETS Chapter 56, Tulare, CA. Moved in 1971 to compound at Perry's Coffee House, Tulare, then back on permanent display in 1981 at AMVETS of Tulare, CA 85740 sold to Metal Products, Amarillo, TX Jun 17, 1947 for scrapping but registered Jul 10, 1947 to Universal Aviation Inc of Tulsa, OK as N5017N . Now owned by Experimental Aircraft Association of Oshkosh, WS and maintained in flying condition painted in colors of 398th BG B-17G 42-102516 "Aluminum Overcast" which was shot down over France on Aug 13, 1944. 85741 sold on commercial market as N5110N. Scrapped at some unknown date. 85746 (SB-17G) crashed near Tyler Peak, WA Jan 19, 1952. 3 killed, 5 survived. Wreckage still there. 85747 loaned to Navy as BuNo 83999 for engine testbed work. 85748 to Navy as BuNo 83997 in 1947 as spare parts source 85752 to TB-17G drone controller with ball turret replaced by AS-154/APS-10 antenna. 85762 to Navy as BuNo 83998 in 1947 as spare parts source 85774 sold to Bolivian user as CP-621. Returned to USA as N621L and destroyed July 1975. 85778 converted to TB-17G and then to VB-17G. Sold on civilian market as N3509G and used as aerial tanker. Put in storage at Aero Nostalgia hangar at Stockton Airport, CA. Now flying with Pond Warbirds, Palm Springs, CA, but hasn't flown for several years. 85784 converted to EB-17G and to ETB-17G. Sold to Institut Geographique National of France as F-BGSR. Sold to American users as N17TE. Moved to Britain and re- registered as G-BEDF. Currently flying as *Sally B* with B-17 Preservation Ltd of Duxford with false tail number 124485 (Memphis Belle). Muse in remake of film *Memphis Belle* 85790 to Art Lacey of Milwaukee, OR 1947 and ferried from Altus AFB, OK to Portland, OR Mar 8-10, 1947. By Sept 1947 was on display above Lacy's Gas Station in Milwaukie, Oregon. Reported still there in 1980. 44-85790 nose section was removed in 1996, restored and now at the Wings of Freedom Showcase, Milwaukie, Oregon. Rest of aircrast still at the gas station. The gas station is now closed but The Bomber Restaurant at the same site is still open. 44-85792/85841 Lockheed/Vega B-17G-110-VE Fortress c/n 8701/8750 85806 transferred to US Coast Guard Nov 1946 as PB-1G Bu No. 77245. Sold on commercial market Dec 1955 as N7739B and later re-registered as N117W. Sold to Bolivian operator as CP-762. Crashed Dec 10, 1964 La Paz, Bolivia and scrapped. 85812 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G Bu No. 77246. Sold on civilian market as N4710C. Crashed May 8, 1976 while serving as sprayer. 85813 converted to EB-17G turboprop test bed by Curtiss Wright. Designation changed to JB-17G in 1956. Sold to Curtiss Wright in 1957 under civil number N6694C. Went through succession of civilian owners, ultimately ending up as aerial tanker. Crashed on takeoff Apr 16, 1980 from Bear Pen Airport, North Carolina. Crash remains eventually acquired by Tom Reilly of Kissimmee, FL for use in creating a flyable B-17 out of usable parts from this plane and from 44-85734. Reported in 2006 to be under restoration to fly at Douglas, GA. Registered N3154S Feb 26, 2007. Parts from crashed 44-85505 used for restoration. In 2012 was at Champaign Aviation Museum, Urbana, Ohio and under restoration. 85815 converted to MB-17G configuration to carry two JB-2 Loon missiles on underwing (outboard of engines) racks. Later reported as being one of 6 mothership aircraft in Operation Crossroads nuclear test series. 85817 was at one time N31851. To Bolivian AF in 1956. Oct 1956 sold to Aerovias Los Andes as CP-622. Subsequently to Frigorifico Co-Op Los Andes. W/o at Laja, Bolivia Feb 18, 1957. 85821/85831 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G Bu No. 77247/77257. 77247 sold on commercial market Jul 1958 as N2873G. Resold to Peruvian operator as OB-SAA-532 and later re-registered as OB-R-532. Fate uncertain, but there is a report that the plane was involved in a mid 1960s crash and that the airframe has been disassembled in South America and is to be shipped to British Columbia. 77248 back to US Navy as surplus Jun 1948. 77249 sold on commercial market Aug 1958 to Widtfeldt and Beigert as N3192G and later re-registered as N8055E. Destroyed Mar 1960. 77250 sold on commercial market as N4711C, later re-registered as N8055E and the N9347R. Resold to Bolivian operator CP-964. Crashed Dec 18, 1963, El Alto, Dec 1963. 77251 sold on commercial market as N7901C. Destroyed by fire Oct 1959. 77252 crashed CGAS SFO Oct 6, 1946 77253 scrapped 1953 and salvaged for parts. 77254 (44-85828) sold on civilian market in 1959 as N9323R. Now on display at 390th Memorial Museum at Pima Air and Space Museum at Tucson, AZ painted as B-17G-30-BO 42-31892. 77255 (44-85829) sold on civilian market as N3193G and is now with "Yankee Air Force" of Ypsilanti, Michigan as "Yankee Lady". bearing original USAAF serial number. 77256 crashed at NAS Norfolk, VA May 29, 1956. 77257 crashed at Goose Bay, Labrador Mar 14, 1952. 85832 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G May 1947. Kept original USAAF serial. Returned Aug 1948. Acquired by Navy in 7/48 and reserialed as BuNo 84000. Used only as spare parts source. 85833 and 85835 earmarked for USCG but scrapped before transfer. 85834 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G Bu No. 82856. 82856 returned to Navy in 1948 and may have received a new serial 85836 transferred to Brazilian Air Force as 5404. crashed in 1959. 85837 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G Bu No. 82855. Returned to USN in 1947 for scrapping 85838 transferred to US Coast Guard as PB-1G Bu No. 82857. Returned to Navy in 1948 for scrapping 85840 transferred to Lloyd Aero Boliviano Nov 1956 as CP-620 but later returned to USA in 1968 as N620L with Aircraft Specialties Inc of Mesa, AZ. Used in film "Tora, Tora Tora" in 1969. Crashed July 12, 1973 near Elko, NV while firebombing. 44-85842/85941 Lockheed-Vega B-17G-115-VE Fortress c/n 8751/8850. Contract cancelled 44-85942/85978 Ford CG-13 Designation changed to G-13A in 1948. 44-85979/86241 Waco CG-13A Cancelled contract 44-86242/86276 Martin-Omaha B-29-40-MO Superfortress 86247 (98th BW, 344th BS) crashed on takeoff at Yokota AB Nov 18, 1951. 86268 (307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by MiGs Apr 7, 1951. 86273 crashed on go around at Yakota 10/14/1951. 8 killed, 5 survived. 44-86277/86315 Martin-Omaha B-29-45-MO Superfortress 86284 shot down by MiGs. Date? I also have this plane as going to reclamation Jul 14, 1954 at McClellan AFB 86291 converted to Silverplate Victor 91. Was camera ship Aug 6, 1945. To China Lake in 1956, eventually scrapped. 86292 converted to Silverplate Victor number 82, was *Enola Gay*, which dropped atomic bomb on Hiroshima Aug 6, 1945. For many years was in storage at Paul Garber facility at NASM, Washington DC. Fuselage put on display at NASM for 50th anniversary of Hiroshima bombing. Has now been moved to and is fully assembled at the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center at Washington-Dulles IAP. 86295 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by MiGs and landed at K-14 Oct 23, 1951. 86308 converted to SB-29A 86313 (TB-29A, 875BS 498BG) while on a night navigation training flight from MacDill Field, Florida to Chicago and back, flew into the Clingmans dome mountain (Alt. 6,643 feet), approx 200-400 below the crest. during thunderstorms and cloudy weather Jun 11/12, 1946 with the loss of 12 aircrew 44-86316/86370 Martin-Omaha B-29-50-MO Superfortress 86327 (98th BG, 343rd BS) shot down Jun 1, 1951, North Korea 86328 (19th BW, 28th BS) crashed on takeoff from Kadena AB, Okinawa Sep 15, 1950. 86329 (830th BS, 509th BW) crashed into mountain on Manzano Base Nuclear Weapons Storage Area 3 min after takeoff from Kirtland AFB, NM Apr 11, 1950. All 13 crew onboard killed. There was a nuclear bomb aboard, which shattered when triggers exploded. The fuel capsule, carried separately, was recovered. 86334 (237th CCTS) crashed 6 mi SSW of Benton, Kentucky during cross country flight during electrical storm Jul 1, 1945. 9 killed, one survive. 86335 (98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951. 86343 (307th BW, 371st BS) shot down by AAA Sep 13, 1952 over Suiho Hydroelectric Plant, Korea. Recently released files show that it was shot down by a MiG-15 flown by a Soviet pilot. 86344 (462nd BG, 768th BS) crashed from unknown cause at Sakatoichiba Chiba, Japan Aug 2, 1945. MACR 14811. 1 killed, 11 bailed out and 1 was killed by Japanese Navy soldiers when he resisted capture. 10 became POW. 86346 (98th BW, 343rd BS) damaged by MiGs Oct 24, 1951, recovered at Yokota AB. Also have this plane as being a Silverplate plane, Victor number 94. 86347 converted to Silverplate Victor numbr 95. Flew weather recon Aug 9, 1945. To radar calibration, scrapped 1960 86357 (307th BW, 372nd BS) damaged by AAA Sep 16, 1950. Shot down by AAA near Sunchon, Korea Aug 24, 1951. Crew bailed out. 86361 (92nd BG, 326th BS, "Lonesome Polecat") transferred to 98th BG. Salvaged Jul 15, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 86362 (39th BG, 52nd BS) missing May 23, 1945 in Tokyo raid. 86363 converted to KB-29P tanker. 86364 in midair collision with B-29 44-69939 at 26,000 feet over Stockton, CA Nov 16, 1949. 18 crew of 21 lost. Crashed 12 mi NW of Stockton, CA 86370 (19th BW, 93rd BS) shot down by MiGs Apr 12, 1951. 44-86371/86425 Martin-Omaha B-29-55-MO Superfortress 86371 (98th BG, 345th BS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, North Korea May 7, 1951. 4 survived, one died in POW camp, three released at end of war. 86382 (7th Radar Calibration Squadron) destroyed in post-crash fire Dec 18, 1953 when pilot and copilot mistook Ogden MAP, Utah for nearby Hill AFB, but down on much shorter runway, overran threshold, bounced across deep ditch, canal, crossed highway, came to rest in pieces and immediately caught fire. One crew killed, 2 injured. 86387 (92nd Bg, 326th BS) transferred to 307th BG. Salvaged Jul 14, 1954 at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 86392 (98th BW, 345th BS) shot down by MiGs near Cho-do, North Korea Nov 19, 1952. 86398 and 86402 converted to YB-29J. both later converted to YKB-29J 86400 (98th BW) damaged by AAA Mar 1, 1951. Crashed Mar 31, 1952 near village of Daimon. 86402 used as mothership for X-7/XQ-5 programs. Reported early 1970s to be at Aircraft Industries Museum, Louisville, KY 86408 used to collect radioactive samples during postwar atomic tests.. Now on display at Hill AFB Museum, UT. 86415 (98th BW, 343rd BS) ditched in Sea of Japan after leaflet dropping mission Sep 19, 1951. 44-86426/86473 Martin-Omaha B-29-60-MO Superfortress 86432 (92nd BG) surveyed Jul 23, 1947. 86433 (92nd BG, 325th BS, "Peace Maker") to reclamation Aug 8, 1954 at Tinker AFB. 86436 (98th BW) damaged by AAA 3 mi S of Hwangju, Korea May 20, 1951. 86438 (92nd BG, 327th BS, "Flying Parts") to reclamation Feb 10, 1955 at McClellan AFB 86446 (98th BW, 344th BS) crashed after wing caught fire over Tokyo, Japan at unknown date. Fate of crew unknown. Must have been repaired as it was involved in a ground accident at NAS Kwajalein Aug 4, 1950. 86453 seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s. 44-86474/86691 Cancelled contract 44-86692/86891 North American B-25J-30/32-NC Mitchell c/n 108-47446/108-47645 (Andrade quotes 108-37486/37585 for 44-86692/86791 and 108-47446/47545 for 44-86792/86891) 86694 became N3525G 86697 (c/n 108-47451) to RCAF Jan 24, 1952 as 5239. Became N92876. I have it as having gone to Venezuela as FAV 0953 and recovered in the 1980s and restored by Tom Reilly and operated as N62163 *Killer Bee* by Bill Leary. Now reportedly up for sale. 86698 to RCAF as 5248 - became CF-NWU and operated as air tanker by G&M of Alberta, Canada. To N543VT, then C-GUNO. Now being rebuilt as N325N at Santa Rosa, CA by Mitchell Mania as a solid-nose B-25J and carries the Name *Sunday Punch*. 86699 (c/n 108-47453) converted to TB-25J. To RCAF as 5232 in 1952. Put in storage with National Aviation Museum, Ottawa, Canada. Noted 1997 as N62163 of Tri Con Group Reported 1964 at National Aeronautical Collection, Rockliffe, Ottawa, ONT 86701 converte to TB-25N. Became N7681C. Used in film "Catch-22". Arrived Luton, UK May 11, 1978 for use in film "Hanover Street". Subsequently stored at Blackbushe, later that year passed to Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace. In 1988 was reported stored by the Musee de l'Air, Paris. Destroyed May 17, 1990 when the museum storage facility burned down. 86708 became N3682G 86711 declared surplus Aug 1960. 86712 to Mexico in 1945 as BMM-3501 86715 converted to TB-25N. being restored to airworthy as N3442G 86716 (c/n 108-47470) converted to TB-25N. Registered as N2887G, but marked as cancelled May 25, 2004 as sale reported 1977. Aircraft was broken up on fire dump at Salina, Puerto Rico during 1982. 86717 to Mexico in 1945 as BMM-3502 86718 to Mexico in 1945 as BMM-3503 86724 to RCAF as 5203 in 1951. Became CF-NTU and was derelict at Kamloops, BC. Recovered and refurbished. Now on static display at Air Command Hq. CFB Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. 86725 to RCAF as 5224 Jan 1952 but serial not taken up, became 5243. To Venezuelan AF in 1963 as 5880. Later to Bolivian AF as FAB 541. Returned to USA and restored and registered as N25NA May 1985. Force-landed in Everglades Apr 2, 1987 following failure of both engines, recovered and under restoration 1988. Acquired in 1996 by Jim Morgan and loaned to Evergreen Air Museum, McMinnville, OR. Sold to Wirraway Air Museum, Beaudesert, Australia and to be restored to airworthy condition prior to delivery. 86726 (c/n 108-47480) to RCAF as 5237 in 1952. To civil registry as N92880 then CF-NTP. On static display at Reynolds Aviation Museum, Alberta, Canada. 86727 to RCAF as 5230 in 1952. SOC May 23, 1962 and became N92875. Reported 1975 at USMC Museum, MCAS Quantico, VA. By 1976 on static display at El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. Now at Flying Leathernecks Museum, MCAS Miramar, CA. 86728 to RCAF Jan 15, 1952 as 5247. SOC Apr 26, 1962. Became CF-NTW, noted in early 1970s as derelict at Kamloops, BC 86729 to RCAF as 5220 in 1951 86730 to RCAF as 5235 in 1952 86731 to RCAF as 5216 in 1951 86733 to RCAF as 5222 - possibly not received. Also listed as RCAF 5239. w/o July 1955 Also listed as RCAF 5282. 86734 (c/n 108-47488) to TB-25N. Now airworthy as N333RW at Lone Star Flight Museum, Houston, TX. Ex N9090Z, N600DM. 86735 to RCAF as 5227 in 1951. w/o Feb 1957. 86736 to RCAF as 5233 in 1952. SOC Jun 12, 1963 and became N92886 86738 to RCAF as 5229 in 1952. SOC Jun 12, 1963 and became N92878 86743 became N3508G 86747 (c/n 108-47501) converted to TB-25N. With Planes of Fame Air Museum of Minnesota, airworthy as N8163H "Mitch the Witch" Used in filming of *Pearl Harbor*. 86749 converted to TB-25N. Became N8194H, noted derelict at President Stroesser Airport, Ascuncion, Paraguay in mid 1970s. 86752 converted to TB-25N. To N2812G 86758 (c/n 108-47512) with Confederate Air Force as "Devil Dog", airworthy as N9643C, restored with 8-gun nose shell and markings of USMC VMB-612. 86772 accepted by USAAF Jun 28, 1945 and put into storage. Assigned to 1050th Maintenance Service Unit at Andrews AFB. To 1401st Air Base Wing--Utility at Anderews AFB Aug 1952. To Birmingham, AL for Hayes conversion in 1954 and returned to Andrews AFB. To 1001st Air Base Wing Dec 1957. Converted to TB-25N at some point. To storage at MASDC in 1958. Sold on civil registry as N9333Z Jan 1959. Made forced landing in Argentina Jan 1962 (may have been used in cigarette smuggling), biven to a local flying club and put on display. Registration cancelled Dec 1964. Returned to USA in 1990 by Don Whittington and sat in pieces at Fort Lauderdale, FL until 1993, when traded to the USAF Museum for four H-1 helicopters Now on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, UT 86773 became RCAF 5282, then N8010, then registered YV-E-IPU to S.A. PROYECTOS Y LEVANTAMIENTOS AEREOS Y TERRESTRES (SAPROLATE) YV-19CP reserved but NTU. Crashed Aug 11, 1977 and reported derelict at caracas-Maiquetia. 86777 converted to TB-25N. Sold on civil register as N9167Z in Jan 1959. Went through a succession of owners. Registration changed to N345BG in 1988. Reported to be at Tulsa, OK as N9167Z. Overhauled and restored early in 2012. Owned and displayed by Liberty Aviation Museum, Port Clinton, Ohio. Active. 86779 converted to TB-25N. Crashed and totally destroyed 7 miles west of Manchester, Georgia on Oct 1, 1953. 5 killed, 1 survivor in a collision with mountainous terrain in Pine Mountain Valley, Georgia. 86782 (TB-25N) to civil registry as N3677G 86785 converted to TB-25N. Airworthy at Troy, AL as N5262V. 86786 to N3514G 86791 (TB-25J, c/n 108-47545) as Australian war memorial, Canberra. Restored Stockton CA as N8196H in 1982/83. Two years as VH-XXV "A47-31", then to Canberra War Memorial. Imported back into US in 1999. Registration N6116X allocated May 2002. Noted in restoration area at Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA Nov 2002 86797 converted to TB-25J. Airworthy at Troy, AL as N3438G "Ol' Gray Mare". Planned to be displayed in a proposed Glendale Aircraft Museum at Glendale Apt, AZ 86798 converted to TB-25N. To N543VT 86799 (c/n 108-47553) with 246th BU at Pratt AAF, KS crashed 2 mi S of Hutcheson, KS Aug 3, 1945. 86800 (c/n 108-47554) converted to TB-25N before leaving USAF service. To civil registry as N9091Z. Reported to have crashed near Flores, Guatemala Sep-Nov 1960. 86805 converted to TB-25N. Crashed in snowstorm Jan 26, 1956 on flight from Goodfellow AFB, TX to Norton AFB, CA. All 4 onboard killed. 86806 (c/n 108-47560) converted to TB-25J. In landing accident at Craig AFB, AL Dec 14, 1951 86807 (c/n 108-47561) crashed 4 mi SE of Duvall, OH Dec 10, 1946 86809 (c/n 108-47563) converted to TB-25J. Crashed with belly landing after engine failure 1 mi SE of Ellington AFB, Apr 2, 1951. 86811 (TB-25N) to civil registry as N345G. 86820 to RCAF as 5204 Jul 6, 1951. SOC May 23, 1962. To US civil registry as N92874, then N232S, then CP-808. Crashed at Itagua, Bolivia Apr 19, 1967but presumably repaired as registered to Volivariana of La Paz by 1972 and then reported crashed Nov 21, 1977. 86834 converted to TB-25N. Became N9495Z, then TI-1026C, then XB-MOP. Damaged at Miami Jan 20, 1968 by bomb in wheel whell and noted derelict there Oct 1968 86843 (c/n 108-47597, TB-25N) on static display at Grissom AFB, IN as *Passionate Paulette* N3507G. Was *Catch 22* aircraft. 86844 (c/n 108-47598, TB-25N) to civil registry as N3453G. Reported derelict at New Orleans/Lakefront AP by 1973 and still there in 1977. Mounted on a plinth above Big Kahuna Water Park, Destin, FL. Lost its port vertical fin in hurricane Ivan Sep 15, 2004. Registration N3453G restored Sep 15, 2005. 86853 (c/n 108-47507, B-25N) became N3521G, w/o at Red Bluff, CA May 6, 1967. 86855 to RAAF as A47-50. SOC 3/50 86859 to RAAF as A47-49. SOC 3/50 86861 to civil registry as N3482G, then to CP-718 of F. Vasquez, w/o at Cobija Mar 2, 1966 86865 to civil registry as N3511G 86866 to civil registry as N9069Z. Was apparently impounded at Quito. Put on static display at Museo de La FAE Quito Airport, Ecuador. 86872 operated as aerial tanker under civilian number N2888G. Reported derelict and stripped at Boise, ID by 1983. Restored 1987 by Aero Nostalgia of Stockton, CA and passed to USAFM at Robbins AFB, GA. Now at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, GA (N2888G). Has been repainted as *Little King*, a 310th BG B-25 that flew 121 combat missions in Italy. 86873 converted to TB-25K. Became N9639C, later N87Z. Reported as having crashed at Long Island, Bahamas Aug 2,1982, but still on the FAA roster. 86879 to RCAF as 5205 in 1951. 86880 converted to TB-25N. Put on static display in Reese AFB collection, Lubbock, TX. 86883 converted to TB-25J. To civil registry as N3444G, then to N344G 86891 on static display at Castle Air Museum, CA restored as 40-2344. Ex N3337G 44-86892/86897 North American B-25J-35/37-NC Mitchell c/n 108-47646/108-47651 (Andrade quotes 108-47546/47551) 86893 was airworthy as N6123C at Kansas City Warbirds, Richards Gebaur AFB, Missouri Combat Air Museum, Topeka, KS. Reported WFU and derelict at Mesa, AZ by 1969. Acquired by J. J. Stokes of San Marcos, TX in 1977 and subsequently owned by Kansas City Warbirds, Kansas City, MO. Now registered since 1997 to Aircraft Guarantee Corp Trustee and flying with the demo team of The Flying Bulls/Red Bull, still as N6123C and is a regular performer at European air shows. 86898 Ex RCAF 5248, to civilian register as C-GUNO, to Texas in 1983 as N543VT. Now a water bomber with G&M Aircraft of Alberta, Canada. 44-86898/87441 Beech C-45F Expeditor c/n 8157/8700. Some to Navy as JRB-3/4 86901 (c/n 8160) to Italian AF as MM61671 Apr 1949 86903 (c/n 8162) to Italian AF as MM61670. W/o Mar 19, 1951. 86904 (c/n 8163) to Italian AF as MM61680. 86907 (c/n 8166) to civil registry as N8046H 86908 (c/n 8167) to civil registry (C.18S) as N6766C 86920 (CAP, Puerto Rico ANG) crashed Nov 17, 1950 at Isla Grande Apt, San Juan, PR due to engine failure on takeoff. Minor injuries to crew. 86927 (c/n 8186) to civil registry (C.18S) as N3001 (current with Four Way Production Company, Dallas, TX. since 18-Sep-1968) 86938 (c/n 8197) to civil registry as N6769C 86945 (c/n 8204) to RAF as Expeditor II KN110. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61672. Scrapped after 1988. 86946 (c/n 8205) to civil registry as N9729H (current with Robert A Youkin, Lowell, AR. since 18-Jan-1990) 86947 (c/n 8206) to RAF as Expeditor II KN111. Returnedto USAAF May 30, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61666. W/o Aug 23, 1955 86948 (c/n 8207) to RAF as Expeditor II KN112. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61668 86949 (c/n 8208) to RAF as Expeditor II KN113. Returned to USAAF Aug 29,1946. To Italian AF as MM61675. Seen mounted on pole at Parco Ditellandia, Castel Volturno, Italy 86951 (c/n 8210) to RAF as Expeditor II KN114. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61667 Apr 1949. 86952 to RAF as Expeditor II KN115. SOC Jul 11, 1946 86953 to RAF as Expeditor II KN116. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. 86954 (c/n 8213) to RAF as Expeditor II KN117. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61674. W/o Jun 13, 1956 86983 (c/n 8242) to N8065H, next registered in Surinam as PZ-TAN on Jun 1960, later cnx 86985 (c/n 8244) to civil registry as N8060H (current with Conner F A Co, Miami Springs, FL. since 25-Aug-1966) 86986 (c/n 8245) to civil registry (C.18S) as N8038H (current with Airfreight, Cornelius, OR. since 22-Jan-1974) 86987 (c/n 8246) to Italian AF as MM61640 Apr 1949 86990 to RAF as Expeditor II KN118. Ran out of fuel and crashed near Mergui, Burma Apr 25, 1946. 86991 (c/n 8250) to RAF as Expeditor II KN119. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61716, scrapped in 1980s. 86992 to RAF as Expeditor II KN120. DBR when taxied into sunken road after brakes failed, Victoria Point, Burma May 16, 1946 86993 (c/n 8252) to RAF as Expeditor II KN121. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. To civil registry as N79813, sold to French AF, returned N79813, then SX-EAB, later SX-ADG 86994 to RAF as Expeditor II KN122. SOC Jul 11, 1946 86995 (c/n 8254) to RAF as Expeditor II KN123. Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61659 Apr 1949 86996 to RAF as Expeditor II KN124. SOC Apr 24, 1947 86997 (c/n 8256) to RAF as Expeditor II KN125. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61660 Apr 1949 86999 (c/n 8258) to Italian AF as MM61689 May 3, 1949 87015 (c/n 8274) to US Navy as JRB-4 44607. 87018 (c/n 8277) to civil registry as N6645C 87020 (c/n 8279) to Italian AF as MM61719. Derelict Feb 1978 87021 (c/n 8280) to Italian AF as MM61661 87022 (c/n 8281) to civil registry (C.18S) as N218HC (current with Rolland R Lapelle, Walnut Creek, CA. since 17-Feb-1977) 87023 (c/n 8282) to Italian AF as MM61661 Apr 1949 87026 (c/n 8285) to civil registry (C.18S) as N13130 (current with Richard L Anderson, Salt Lake City, UT. since 06-Nov-1967) 87028 (c/n 8287) to Italian AF as MM61747 Jul 3, 1949 87032 (c/n 8291) to Italian AF as MM61663 Apr 1949 87035 (c/n 8294) to Italian AF as MM61641. W/o 1970 87037 (c/n 8296) to Italian AF as MM61724. To Somalia Air Corps. 87042 (c/n 8301) to civil registry as N6276C (Delogra Aviation, Ft Lauderdale, FL.) 87055 (c/n 8314) to Italian AF as MM61642 Mar 1949 87056 (c/n 8315) to Cuban AF pri 1945 as 213. 87059 (c/n 8318) to civil registry as N80224 (current with F Raymond Hendrix, Sunland, CA. since 23-May-1972) 87062 (33rd AAFBU) crashed into Mt Diablo near Walnut Creek, CA Apr 8, 1946. 2 on board killed. 87063 (c/n 8322) to Italian AF as MM61669 Apr 1949 87070 (c/n 8329) to civil registry as N6262C 87078 to RAF as Expeditor II KN126. Returned to USAAF Sep 26, 1946 87079 (c/n 8338) to RAF as Expeditor II KN127. Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61673 Apr 1949 87080 (c/n 8339) to RAF as Expeditor II KN128. Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61643. Stored Jun 1992. 87081 (c/n 8340) to RAF as Expeditor II KN129. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. To civil registry as F-BECZ, then F-OADV 87082 (c/n 8341) to RAF as Expeditor II KN130. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61665 Apr 1949 87083 (c/n 8342) to RAF as Expeditor II KN131. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. 87084 (c/n 8343) to RAF as Expeditor II KN132. Returned to USAAF Jun 17, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61644. Seen mounted on pole Parco Ditellandia Aut 9, 2004. 87085 (c/n 8344) to RAF as Expiditor II KN133. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. Then to CAA Oct 22, 1947, then to US Embassy in Paris Jul 3, 1952 as N398. To Italian AF as MM61722. Mounted on pole outside Restaurant L'Impero. There is a report that the this plane went to the French AF around 1955 with serial 085. 87103 (c/n 8362) to civil registry as N79848 Jul 15, 1948, to SE-BTS Jun 28, 1951, to HB-GAC in 1952, B-8 (Swiss AF in 1952), to HB-GAC again in 1957. PReserved at Fligermuseum, Dubendorf, Switzerland 87106 (c/n 8365) to Italian AF as MM61645. Scrapped 87114 (c/n 8373) in accident at Sharman AAF, KS. In 1956 to Nicaragua, Escuadron de Transportes 87123 (c/n 8382) to civil registry as N4910N (current with James E Jackson, Brainerd, MN. since 24-Aug-1987) 87133 (c/n 8392) to civil registry as N8058H (current with Roy E Ray Airport, Irvington, AL. since 21-Mar-1979) 87136 (c/n 8395) to Italian AF as MM61646. Seen mounted on pole Parco Ditellandia Aug 9, 2004 87137 transferred to US Navy as JRB-4 BuNo 86295. 87142 (4000 AAFBU) bellylanded 2 mi S of Windsor, Ontario, Canada May 19, 1947. 87144 (c/n 8403) registered Nov 22, 1956 to C. Itoh Aviation as JA5034. W/o at Chofu Feb 5, 1963 but parts still in existence Apr 1967 87150 to B-6 (Swiss AF), then HB-GAI (wfu) 87152 (c/n 8411) to RAF as Expeditor II KN134. Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946. To Royal Thai AF as LI-6/90. In RTAF Museum, Don Muang. 87153 to RAF as Expeditor II KN135. Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946. 87154 (c/n 8413) to RAF as Expeditor II KN136. Returned to USAAF Oct 17, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61647 Mar 1949. 87155 (c/n 8414) to RAF as Expeditor II KN137. Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61648 Mar 1949 87156 (c/n 8415) to RAF as Expeditor II KN138. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61759 Jul 1949 87157 (c/n 8416) to RAF as Expeditor II KN139. Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61649 Apr 1949 87158 (c/n 8417) to RAF as Expeditor II KN140. Returned to USAAF Aug 29, 1946. To Italian AF As MM61650. Scrapped Sep 1977. 87159 (c/n 8418) to RAF as Expeditor II KN141. Returned to USAAF Jun 18, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61651. W/o May 2, 1953 Valmontone 87172 (c/n 8431) to civil registry as N5552A (current with Allen Chorman Inc. Milton, DE. since 03-Feb-1987) 87175 9c/n 8434) to civil registry as N8039H. Seen at J. W. Duff Aircraft, Stapleton APT, CO Aug 2007 87177 (c/n 8436) to civil registry (C.18S) as N334G (current with Robert C Murphy, Daytona, FL. since 21-Apr-1972) 87181 (c/n 8440) to civil registry as N4758N (current with Sheridan Flying Service, Sheridan, OR. since 04-May-1977) 87186 (c/n 8445) to civil registry as N8052H 87188 (c/n 8447) in 1956 to Nicaragua, Escuadron de Transportes 87190 (c/n 8449) to civil registry (C.18S) as N8037H 87193 (c/n 8452) to civil registry (C.18S) as N37R 87196 (c/n 8455) to civil registry as N8040H (used as a sprayer by Glen Holt, Brookneal, VA. since 11-Apr-1972) 87201 (c/n 8460) to civil registry (C-18S) as N7391C (used as sprayer by Hawkins and Powers Aviation, Greybull, WY. since 12-May-1970). WFU Jun 16, 2009. Preserved at Museum of Flight and Aerial Firefighting, Greybull, Wyoming. 87206 (c/n 8465) to PI-C-52, then F-BESC (w/o) 87208 (c/n 8467) to F-OAOF. Was PI-C121 and AP-ABU before F-OAOF. To Air Laos Commerciale as XW-TBC in Feb 1963 and was cancelled Jul 1963. 87209 (c/n 8468) to Philippines as PI-C80. To Hong Kong as VR-HED. To UK as G-ALjj, to Australia as VH-KFD, then VH-CLF 87210 (6167th ABG) crashed while landing Aug 24, 1952. 87212 (c/n 8471) to civil registry as N7377C (current with Sarasota Jet Center, Sarasota, FL. since 25-Jul-2000). Now listed as being for sale. 87216 (c/n 8475) to civil registry (C.18S) as N4701V 87235 to RAF as Expeditor II KN142. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. 87236 to RAF as Expeditor II KN143. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. 87237 (c/n 8496) to RAF as Expeditor II KN144. Returned to USAAF Jun 13, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61652 Mar 1949 87238 (c/n 8497) to RAF as Expeditor II KN145. Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61653 Mar 1949. 87239 to RAF as Expeditor II KN146. Returned to USaAF May 9, 1946 87240 to RAF as Expeditor II KN147. Returned to USAAF May 30, 1946. 87241 (c/n 8500) to RAF as Expeditor II KN148. Returned to USAAF May 9, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61760. To Somalia Air Corps 87242 (c/n 8501) to RAF as Expeditor II KN149. Returned to USAAF Jun 27, 1946. To Italian AF as MM61654. Scrapped 87259 (c/n 8518) to civil registry (C-18S) as N37MS (Marian Air Service) 87277 (c/n 8536) to Italian AF as MM61655 Mar 1949. 87278 (c/n 8337) to Italian AF as MM61656 Mar 1949 87279 (c/n 8338) to Italian AF as MM61657 Feb 1949 87280 (c/n 8339) to Italian AF as MM61658 Mar 1949. 87291 (c/n 8551) in landing accident Sep 16, 1945 at Post Field, OK 87293 (c/n 8552) in landing accident Nov 12, 1946 at Kimpo AAB, Korea. 87294 (c/n 8553) lin landing accident at Nichols Field, Philippines Jun 30, 1946 87295 (c/n 8554) to Philippines as PI-C81, to Hong Kong as VR-HEB. To France as F-OADA then to Centre d'Essais en Vol (French Flight Test Center) 87296 (c/n 8555) to Philippines as PI-C51, to Pakistan as AP-ABX 87297 (c/n 8556) ground looped in takeoff accident Jan 25, 1953. 87307 (c/n 8566) to civil registry (C.18S) as N133BF (current with Koscot Interplanetary, Orlando, FL. since 23-Apr-1968) 87318 (c/n 8577) to civil registry as N8048H 87367 to Avions Taxis d'Indochine May 1948 as F-BENQ 87374 (c/n 8633) to civil registry (C.18S) as N2731A (current with Earl V Long, Wichita, KS. since 25-Jun-1991) 87376 to civil registry (C.18S) as N47GC (current with Charles E Leonard Jr, Mandeville, LA. since 08-Oct-1980) 87388 to US Navy as JRB-4 66427 87390 (c/n 8649) to civil registry as N7387C 87407 (c/n 8666) to civil registry as N8050H 87439 (c/n 8688) to US NAVy as JRB-4 67212 44-87442/87583 Cancelled contracts 44-87584/87633 Boeing B-29-80-BW Superfortress c/n 12387/12436 87591 (19th BW, "Blkstrap") seen at NWF China Lake in mid 1950s. To MASDC Jul 14, 1954. Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 87618 (19th BW, 30th BS) suffered heavy battle damage from MiG-15 gunfire over Sinuiju railway bridge over Yalu River, North Korea Apr 12, 1951. Able to fly to South Korea but crashed near Seoul Airport, South Korea. All crew survived but aircraft was scrapped. 87620 (92nd BG, 327th BS) salvaged Mar 28, 1948, McDill 87627 (c/n 12430) as TB-29 at China Lake. Reported 1979 in storage at Philips AAF, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD and there until at least 1985. Now on display at Barksdale AFB, LA 44-87634/87683 Boeing B-29-85-BW Superfortress c/n 12437/12486 87638 (19th BG, 30th BS) crashed on takeoff from Kwajelein Apr 19, 1947. MACR 16207. All 16 onboard killed. 87651 (B-29MR) crashed on takeoff with bombs loaded Fairfield AFB Aug 5, 1950. 20 on board, 8 survived, but 7 on ground also died. Killed in the accident was Brig Gen Robert E. Travis. Fairfield AFB later renamed Travis AFB in his honor 87652 (877th BS) MIA Pacific, Jul 20, 1945. 87657 "Command Decision" destroyed in transportation accident between NMUSAF facilities. Flew 123 missions in Korea and destroyed a total of 5 MiG fighters. The fuselage and nose on display at the USAF Museum marked as 44-87657 are actually 44-62139. 87664 (29th BG, 8th BS) shot down by AAA over Tokyo Aug 8, 1945 while on mission to Nakajima aircraft factory at Tachikawa Tokyo, Japan. 11 crew KIA, one bailed out and became POW. 44-87684/87733 Boeing B-29-86-BW Superfortress c/n 12487/12536 87695 used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 87703 seen at NWF China Lake, CA in mid 1950s. Used for explosives testing before being scrapped at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ 87719 at Scott AFB, Illinois in 1946. 44-87734/87783 Boeing B-29-90-BW Superfortress c/n 12537/12586 87734 (19th BW, 93rd BS) missing between Okinawa and Korea Jan 23, 1952. 87735 crashed while attempting to land at Walker AFB near Roswell, NM Dec 15, 1949. 7 of 12 onboard killed. 87741 (B-29MR) crashed on landing at Anderson AFB, Guam Dec 17, 1953. 16 on board, 11 survived, but 8 on ground also died. 87744 (WB-29, 58th WRS) crash landed at Moses Point, Alaska in late 1951 due to two inflight engine failures. 87753 converted to KB-29 and used for inflight refuelling trials 87760 (92nd BG, 325th BS) transferred to 307th BG. To reclamation Aug 8, 1954, Tinker AFB. 87766 to USN as P2B-2S #84031 87769 (509th BG, 715th BS) suffered engine fire on takeoff from Tampa, FL during search mission for ditched B-29 42-68289 Nov 18, 1949. Crashed into marsh returning to field. 5 crew killed. 87770 (509th BG) converted to KB-29. Crash landed May 15, 1949 at Marham, UK 87779 as KB-29B at China Lake. Now at South Dakota Air and Space Museum, Ellsworth AFB. 87782 converted to KB-29M. Crashed Mar 26, 1952 (43rd ARS, 43rd BG(M)), Davis Monthan AFB, AZ. Cause of crash was failure of engines #3 and #4. All 8 crew killed. 44-87784/88333 Republic P-47N-1-RE Thunderbolt 87821 (318th FG) lost at sea May 17, 1945 87834 (413rd FG) lost Aug 23, 1945, Europe 87867 (318th FG) lost at sea May 18, 1945. 87875 (318th FG) shot down by AAA Jun 14, 1945. Pilot rescued 87877 (318th FG) crashed after stall Jul 29, 1945. Pilot OK. 87892 (318th FG) crashed on takeoff May 30, 1945. Pilot killed 87901 (318th FG) lost Jul 8, 1945, Central Pacific when skip bomb set plane on fire and pilot bailed out. 87905 (130th AAF BU) lost off Crescent Beasch, South Carolina Jun 25, 1945 due to engine failure. Aircraft successfully ditched near shoreline. Pilot OK 87906 (318th FG) shot down by AAA Jun 27, 1945. Pilot KIA. 87909 (318th FG) lost May 30, 1945, Central Pacific due to bad weather 87913 (318th FG) crashed on takeoff May 29, 1945. Pilot killed. 87921 (73rd FS) lost at sea Jun 7, 1945. Pilot MIA 87930 (318th FG) shot down on sweep over Truk May 6, 1945. Pilot bailed out but presumed KIA 87938 (318th FG) lost due to bad weather Jun 13, 1945, Central Pacific. Pilot MIA. 87939 (413rd FG) lost Jul 4, 1945, Pacific. 87946 (73rd FS) crashed during emergency landing Jun 21, 1945 87956 (418th FG) lost at sea due to bad weather May 30, 1945, Central Pacific. Pilot MIA 87968 (318th FG) shot down by AAA Jul 10, 1945 while trying to cover downed 507th FG pilot. Pilot recovered 87976 (318th FG) shot down by AAA Jul 10, 1945 while trying to cover downed 507th FG pilot. Pilot KIA 87978 (318th FG) crashed on takeoff May 28, 1945. Pilot killed 87980 (318th FG) crashed when collied with another plane on landing Jul 31, 1945. Pilot killed. 87981 (318th FG) shot down by AAA over Kagoshima Jul 27, 1945. Pilot MIA 87994 (318th FG) lost at sea Jun 21, 1945. Pilot rescued 87997 (413th FG) lost Jul 22, 1945, South Pacific. 88007 (318th FG) lost at sea Jul 24, 1945. Pilot picked up after several days. 88024 (318th FG) shot down by AAA Jun 27, 1945. Pilot KIA 88040 (318th FG) lost at sea Jun 9, 1945. Pilot picked up. 88050 (318th FG) shot down by AAA off China Jun 30, 1945. Pilot bailed out and was rescued. 88051 (381th FG) lost May 30, 1945, Central Pacific. 88055 (318th FG) crashed on takeoff Jun 21, 1945. Pilot killed. 88059 (318th FG) shot down by Japanese fighter over Kyushu Jul 8, 1945. Pilot KIA 88061 (73rd FS) stalled and crashed at sea while circling downed pilot Jun 21, 1945. Pilot KIA 88074 (318th FG) stalled and crashed May 27, 1945. Pilot OK 88076 (318th FG) destroyed on ground when 507th FG plane crashed into it Jul 1, 1945. 88083 (318th FG) lost at sea deu to oil loss Jul 10, 1945. Pilot picked up 88086 (413rd FG) lost Jun 23, 1945, South Pacific. 88102 (318th FG) shot down by AAA while trying to cover downed 507th FG pilot. Pilot picked up. 88104 (318th FG) shot down by AAA Jul 17, 1945. Pilot picked up. 88108 (507th FG, 463rd FS, "Sweet Betsy Ann") hit over Ibusuki Point and crashed into sea Jul 28, 1945. MACR 14800. Pilot MIA. There is also a report that this plane was with 318th FG and was destroyed in ground fire, South Pacific May 20, 1945. 88118 (507th FG) lost Aug 14, 1945, South Pacific 88131 (73rd FS) struck bulldozer on takeoff Jun 21, 1945. Pilot killed. 88134 (318th FG) lost at sea Jul 15, 1945. Pilot MIA. 88136 (73rd FS) damaged when landing gear collapsed Jun 3, 1945. 88137 (73rd FS) damaged in belly landing Jun 7, 1945. 88160 (318th FG) destroyed when 507th FG plane crashed into it Jul 1, 1945. 88189 (507th FG) lost Jul 9, 1945, Central Pacific. 88215 (507th FG) lost Jul 15, 1945, Pacific. 88256 (507th FG) lost Jul 10, 1945, Pacific 88268 (507th FG) lost Jul 30, 1945, South Pacific. 88277 (51st FG) crashed after takeoff on target-towing mission 10 mi SW of Yohtan AFB, Okinawa May 13, 1947. MACR 16206. 88292 (507th FG) lost Jul 4, 1945, South Pacific. 44-88334/88883 Republic P-47N-5-RE Thunderbolt 88367 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed in mountains near Honolulu, HI Sep 2, 1948. Pilot bailed out successfully. 88395 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed while landing at Hickam AFB, HI Aug 2, 1949. Pilot killed. 88487 (414th FG) lost Jul 22, 1945, South Pacific. 88490 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed in mountains near Wahiawa, Hawii Sep 19, 1953. Pilot killed. 88496 (415th FG) lost Aug 1, 1945, South Pacific. 88546 (414th FG 456th FS) pilot was killed while attempting to land at Iwo Jima, 28 July 1945 88549 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean between Kauai and Niihau, Hawaii after colliding with 44-88786 during aerobatics Jun 15, 1952. Pilot bailed out OK. 88786 (199th FS, Hawaii ANG) crashed into Pacific Ocean between Kauai and Niihau, Hawaiil after colliding with 44-88549 during aerobatics Jun 15, 1952. Pilot killed. 44-88884/89083 Republic P-47N-15-RE Thunderbolt 89014 crashed at Vernam Field, Jamaica BWI Aug 1, 1947 during an air show. Pilot killed. 44-89084/89283 Republic P-47N-20-RE Thunderbolt 89131 to Fuerza Aerea Nicaraguense as GN-73. Withdrawn from use after rough landing. Scrapped 89136 on display at Cavanaugh Flight Museum, TX. Registered as N47TB with American Airpower Heritage Flying Museum of Midland, TX. Crashed Mar 21, 2001 Albqueurque, NM due to engine failure. Pilot slightly injured, plane suffered major damage. 89259 to Fuerza Aerea Nicaraguense as GN-69. Crashed at Las Mercedes in 1960. 89265 crashed at Quetzaltepeque, Chiquimula, during PB Success. Declared destroyed and used for spares. 44-89284/89450 Republic P-47N-25-RE Thunderbolt Last Thunderbolt production at Farmingdale. 89320 at USAF Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL. Became N345GP 89322 crashed on takeoff at Pinecastle AAF, FL Aug 22, 1946. 89348 at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, TX. 89360 (Puerto Rico ANG) ditched in Guajataca Lake, Puerto Rica Aug 6, 1948. Pilot OK. 89400 crashed at Honduras during PB Success. Declared destroyed and used for spares 89425 was on pedestal at Peterson AFB, CO. Now in the Colorado Springs Old City Hanger Museum (located on Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, CO) being restored to static display condition. Noted Aug 2006 at Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado Springs, CO. 89436 to Fuerza Aerea Guatemalteca, July 1954 as FAG-0568. Later to Fuerza Aerea Nicaraguense as GN-71. Bought by Confederate Air Force in 1963 and registered as N47TB. 89439 to Fuerza Aerea Nicaraguense as GN-70. Sold to MACO in Sept. 1963. Registered as N6147U. Crashed in Mexico in 1965. 89444 at Cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, LI on loan from USAF Museum 44-89451/89683 Republic P-47N-RE Thunderbolt Contract cancelled 44-89684/90283 Republic P-47D-30-RA Thunderbolt 89712 to Italian AF as MM4626 89726 to Italian AF as MM4636 89728 to Italian AF as MM4621 89730 to Italian AF as MM4633 89735 to Italian AF as MM4676. 89744 to Italian AF as MM4649 89746 to Italian AF as MM4653. In 1987 was on charge of Italian AF Museum. 89747 to Italian AF as MM4675 89762 to Italian AF as MM4661 89774 to Italian AF as MM4652 89820 to Italian AF as MM4680 89822 to Italian AF as MM4606 89832 to Italian AF as MM4614 89834 to Italian AF as MM4624 89836 to Italian AF as MM4659 89840 to Italian AF as MM4673 89842 to Italian AF as MM4666 89843 to Italian AF as MM4637 89853 to Italian AF as MM4620 89854 to Italian AF as MM4619 89859 to Italian AF as MM4612 89862 to Italian AF as MM4663 89864 to Italian AF as MM4639 89869 to Italian AF as MM4658 89871 to Italian AF as MM4627 89873 to Italian AF as MM4608 89881 to Italian AF as MM4628 89886 to Italian AF as MM4679 89893 to Italian AF as MM4672 89898 to Italian AF as MM4660. Crashed near Verona, Italy May 10, 1952. Pilot killed. 89902 (69th FS) crashlanded Porac Strip, PI due to AAA damage Jul 26, 1945. 89914 to Italian AF as MM4678 89915 to Italian AF as MM4632 89917 to Italian AF as MM4618 89918 (525th FBS, 86th FBG) Struck ground during simulated attack, Allersheim, Germany Sep 17, 1950 89919 to Italian AF as MM4609 89923 to Italian AF as MM4674 89929 (310th FG) lost Aug 28, 1945, Europe 89940 to Italian AF as MM4617 89941 to Italian AF as MM4610 89959 to Italian AF as MM4611 89985 to Italian AF as MM4656 90002 to Italian AF as MM4616 90008 to Italian AF as MM4641 90058 (Mexican Squadron 201) went missing on July 19, 1945. Pilot declared MIA 90076 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL842. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90077 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL843. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90078 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL844. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90079 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL845. SOC Jun 27, 1946 90080 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL846. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90081 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL847. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90082 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL848. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90083 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL849. Wrecked when struck by Spitfire TZ191 at dispersal, Hmawbi Mar 14, 1946 90084 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL850. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90085 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL851. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90086 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL852. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90087 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL853. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90088 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL854. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90089 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL855. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90090 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL856. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90091 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL857. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90092 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL858. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90093 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL859. SOC Nov 14, 1946 90094 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL860. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90095 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL861. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90096 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL862. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90097 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL863. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90098 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL864. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90099 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL865. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90100 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL866. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90101 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL867. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90102 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL868. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90103 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL869. SOC Apr 11, 1946. To Brazilian AF, ending up as gate guard. Delivered to Chino, CA Jul 1988 90104 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL870. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90105 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL871. SOC Mar 14, 1946 90106 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL872. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90107 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL873. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90108 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL874. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90109 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL875. SOC Nov 14, 1946 90110 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL876. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90111 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL877. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90112 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL878. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90113 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL879. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90114 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL880. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90115 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL881. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90116 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL882. SOC Jan 14, 1946 90117 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL883. SOC Mar 28, 1946 90118 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL884. Wrecked when lost power and bellylanded, Kramat, Java Oct 26, 1945 90119 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL885. SOC Apr 25, 1946 90120 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL886. SOC Apr 11, 1946 90126 crashed on takeoff near Greenwood, MS Aug 2, 1945. 90193 to Chile Sep 29, 1947 as 750. w/o. It was customary in the FACH to reuse serial numbers of crashed aircraft. 750 was later assigned to 45-79219. 90229 (311th FS) crashed into sea Iyo Nada Sea, Philippines Jul 30, 1945. Pilot killed 90238 (69th FS) crashed at Kadena Airfield, Okinawa Aug 5, 1945 90239 (69th FS) crashed into sea in Nansei Islands Aug 9, 1945. 90258 (373rd FG, 410th FS) crashed near Norfolk, VA Sep 19, 1945. 90264 collided with towed target and crshed 24 mi SE of Brownsville, TX Aut 18, 1945. 44-90284/90483 Republic P-47D-40-RA Thunderbolt 90293 to Peru 90294 to Brazilian AF, ending up as gate guard. Delivere dto Chino, CA Jul 1988 90298 to Peru 90332 to Peru 90335 to RAF as Thunderbolt II KL887. Sold for scrap Mar 12, 1947 90336 (c/n 339-55401) to Chile AF Sep 20, 1947 as FACH 751. W/o. It was customary within the FACH to re-use the serial numbers of crashed aircraft. In this case FACH 751 was also again used on 45-49221 delivered July 18, 1953 90368 to Venezuelan AF, then to Salis Collection in France. Returned to USA in 1971. Is registered as N4747P painted as 44-32773 with Lone Star Flight Museum, TX. Repainted 44-33240 in 1995 90373 crashlanded near Washington, AR Jul 25, 1945. 90399 to Peru 90402 to Peru 90413 to Peru 90425 to Peru 90438 (c/n 399-55583) to Yugoslav AF as 13021, then to Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum, Belgrade. Sold to Doug Arnold in UK 1985, and then sold to John Whittington of Knoxville, TN in 1986. Now airworthy as N647D with John Whittington. Noted in 2002 at Tennessee Museum of Aviation. 90442 to Peru 90444 to Peru 90447 with American Airpower Museum of NY as NX1345B, later N1345B. 90455 to Peru 90456 to Peru 90459 to Peru 90460 (c/n 399-55605) airworthy as N9246B with Neal Melton of CA. Noted in 2002 at Tennessee Museum of Aviation. 90471 (c/n 389-55616) to Peru as FAP-114. Now airworthy as N47DA with Butch Schroeder of Danville, IL 90477 to Peru 90479 to Peru 90483 to Peru 44-90484/90485 Reserved It has been reported on Air-Britain that 44-90485 was carried by a DeHavilland Gipsy Moth which crashed 19 mi NE of Dakar, Senegal Jan 22, 1945. Also reported that 44-90484 was also reserved for another Gipsy Moth. 44-90486/90488 Consolidated B-32-1-CO Dominator Only 90486 fully completed. The last two lacked military equipment and were flown directly to an aircraft disposal site 44-90489/90985 Cancelled contracts 44-90986 Waco XPG-3 44-90987/90988 Waco XCG-15A-WO 44-90989/90990 Chase XCG-14A-CA 44-90991/90992 Timm XAG-2-TI Cancelled contract 44-90993/90999 Cancelled contract 44-91000/91001 Convair XP-81 Both aircraft are in storage at the National Museum of the US Air Force near Dayton, Ohio. 44-91002/91003 Republic XF-12A-RE Redesignated XR-12A-RE 91003 crashed in Choctawhatchee Bay 2 miles south of Eglin AFB, FL Nov 7, 1948. 2 of 7-man crew killed. The inner port engine exploded as the aircraft was returning from a photographic suitability test flight. Pilot was unable to maintain control and ordered the crew to bail out. 5 of the seven escaped safely, including the pilot. 44-91004/92003 North American P-51L-NT Mustang Contract cancelled 44-92004/92006 Consolidated B-36A-1-CF Peacemaker c/n 1/3 44-92007/92011 Consolidated B-36A-5-CF Peacemaker c/n 4/8 44-92012/92017 Consolidated B-36A-10-CF Peacemaker c/n 9/14 44-92018/92025 Consolidated B-36A-15-CF Peacemaker c/n 15/22 92019 damaged in ground accident with 92022 Aug 22, 1951. 44-92026/92037 Consolidated B-36B-1-CF Peacemaker c/n 23/34 92029 w/o 2/8/55 at Carswell AFB during practice landing when pilot misjudged approach during twilight conditions and landed short and gear sheared off. 92030 written off 3/5/55 at Loring AFB when wingtip hit snowbank during landing. 92032 crashed 3/29/54 at Fairchild AFB during takeoff practice abort. 7 killed, 3 survivors. 92035 (7th BW, 26th BS) crashed Nov 22, 1950 near Cleburne, TX 14 mi S of Carswell AFB due to loss of electrical power and engine fire while on training mission. 2 of crew of 16 killed in bailout. 44-92038/92049 Consolidated B-36B-5-CF Peacemaker c/n 35/46 92038 lost in ground fire and explosion at Convair San Diego plant 6/12/52. I have a reference to this fire as having taken place over a year earlier than that. Anyone have any more info? 92041 w/o at Biggs AFB 1/19/56 due to hard landing. 92042 attempting to land at Boscombe Down, England during a snowstorm in January 1952, aircraft missed airfield altogether and landed in adjacent fields! No damage, except to ground and some haystacks; aircraft was retrieved and flew back to USA. General LeMay had the pilot demoted from colonel to lieutenant and sent home under arrest! 44-92050/92064 Consolidated B-36B-10-CF Peacemaker c/n 47/61 92050 crashed on takeoff from Fairchild AFB Apr 15, 1952. The cause has been blamed on an improperly-set trim tab prior to takeoff. 15 killed, 2 survived with major injuries. However, there is uncertainty about the actual cause of the accident. It may have happened that the aircraft was airborne briefly for a quarter mile when one starboard engine began backfiring and caught fire, followed by the shutdown of all six engines. There may have been a nuclear bomb aboard, which may be the reason for the high amount of secrecy surrounding this incident. 92051 damaged 9/1/52 by tornado at Carswell AFB. Not returned to service. 44-92065/92079 Consolidated B-36B-15-CF Peacemaker c/n 62/76 92069 (92nd BW) burned on taxiway at Fairchild AFB 2/26/54 due to landing gear collapse and subsequent fuel tank rupture. 92071 (7th BW, 492nd BS) crashed into Franklin Mountains near El Paso, TX Dec 11, 1953 due to pilot disorientation and disregarding of GCA warnings. All 9 crew killed. 92075 crashed 2/13/50 in northern British Columbia due to carburetor icing and engine fires. 5 lost in bailout at night over water. Wreck not located until Sep 2, 1953 in British Columbia. 92079 crashed into Lake Worth 9-15-49 due to propeller reversal during takeoff. 5 killed. 44-92080/92087 Consolidated B-36B-20-CF Peacemaker c/n 77/84 92080 landed short at Fairchild AFB 1/29/52 and skidded into snowbank. Plane burned. 44-92088/92094 Consolidated RB-36D-1-CF Peacemaker c/n 85/91 92088 modified to carry huge *Boston Camera* and redesignated ERB-36D. Scrapped at Kelly AFB 1955. 92090 flew record endurance flight of 51 hours 20 minutes Jan 14-16, 1951. Later modified to GRB-36D. 92092 modified as GRB-36D. 92094 modified as GRB-36D 44-92095/92098 Consolidated B-36D-1-CF Peacemaker c/n 92/95 92097 crashed near Biggs AFB 8/28/54 due to loss of engine power on practice landing approach. One crew killed 44-92099/92103 Convair B-36B Peacemaker Contract cancelled to free up funding for the B-36C program.