1945 USAAF Serial Numbers


Last revised November 15, 2016


45-1/475	Northrop P-61C Black Widow
			MSN 1484/1883.  Contract canceled
45-476/525	Douglas C-54G-1-DO Skymaster
			MSN 35929/35978
			476 (MSN 35929/DO323) 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
				as N90915, named 'Flagship Gander', to Alaska Airlines. Next to Trans Ocean 
				Airways and named Talas Panama.  To MASDC Aug 6, 1970.
			477 (MSN 35930) to MASDC as CC251 Jul 30, 1973.  To civilian registry as N51802.
			478 (MSN 35931/DO325) to N30070 for Great Lakes Airlines as Mainliner Potomac River.
				W/o Jun 15, 1954 at Gage, OK
			479 (MSN 35932/DO326) WFU and stored 1972.
			480 (MSN 35933) converted to VC-54G.  Sold to Pan American Airways 
				as N88950 *Clipper Red Rover* in 1947.  To MASDC as CC221 Sep 13, 1972.  
			481 (MSN 35934) assigned to 35th ATS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1951.  To MASDC Jun 1, 1966.  
				Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Jul 5, 1973 as CC250.  
				To civil registry as N90203 and now with Hawkins and Powers of Greybull, WY
			482 (MSN 35935) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2410 in 1960
			483 (MSN 35936/DO330) to US Steel Co in 1954 as N904.  Bought by Charlotte
				Aircraft Dorp Jun 16, 1958.  Leased by Seaboard and Western Airlines
				Jun 16, 1958.  Returned Sep 15, 1958.  Bought G. Korth Oct 16, 1958.
				Leased by Riddle Airlines Oct 16, 1958.  Bought by Alaska Airlines
				Jan 1962.  Lloyd International airlines boutht in May 3, 1962
				and registered as G-ARWK. To Iped Air Ltd "The Spirit of Enterprise"
				NTU.  Invicta Airways boutht it Jun 1966.  All-Air "Inn" bought it 
				Nov 13, 1967 registered as D-ADAD, managed by Transportflug Mar 31, 1969
				Bought by Aeroflete Aug 1969 as EC-BSK.  WFU and stored 1974.  Bought
				by AMAZ in 1975 as 9Q-COC.   WFu ans stored N'Dolo, Kinshasa,
				Zaire Apr 1981, broken up.
			484 (MSN 35937) converted to SC-54G.  Sold to Pan American Airways in 1947 as N88944 *Clipper Ocean
				Express*, then *Clipper Berlin*, then *Clipper Oslo*, then *Clipper Frankfurt*.  Must have been returned
				to USAF, since to MASDC Nov 28, 1969.
			485 (MSN 35938/DO332) damaged Feb 1, 1946 Fujisawa Strip, Japan due to bad weather.  WFU and stored 1972.
			486 (MSN 35939/DO333) to MASDC as CC214 Apr 20, 1972.  Bought by
				Dross Metals, Inc Nov 6, 1975, broken up 1976.
			487 (MSN 35940/DO334) WFU and stored MASDC Feb 14, 1966.  Broken up 1973.
			488 (MSN 35941/DO335) converted to EC-54G.  To civil registry as N468. Leased in 1961
				to Federal Aviation Administration, reregistered Jun 5, 1964 as N86, reregistered Aug 6, 1964 as N17, 
				reregistered Apr 27, 1965 as N81.  Transferred to Department of Transportation May 1969. N81 cancelled 
				Jun 27, 1969.  To MASDC Apr 7, 1970.  Bought by Ethiopian AF Jun 1969 as ETI-726.  WFU and stored 
				Debrezit, Ethiopia 1975
			489 (MSN 35942/DO336) with 1521 AAFBU went missing May 25, 1946 in Pacific
				near Guam.  MACR 15042.
			490 (MSN 35943) to US Coast Guard as R5D-4 5490.  To civil registry as N90895, then N90203, stored
				2006 at Kingman, AZ
			491 (MSN 35944/DO338) to MASDC as CC208 Jan 27, 1972.  Bought by Dross Metals Inc
				Nov 13, 1975.  Bought by Waig Aircraft Inc Nov 10, 1967, registered as
			 	N406WA and then operated by ARDCO as Tanker 119.  Damaged in midair
				collision with N19449 (Bu 91998, MSN 10750) which was another
				firebomber (#118) Dec 2, 1980 5 mi N of Indio, CA.  N19449 crashed
				but N406WA landed safely.  Bought by ARDCO Inc Jan 15, 1982.  Bought by
				Florida Air Transport and converted to freighter with new cargo floor,
				R2600 engines replaced the R200 engines.  Current May 2008 at Opa Locka, FL
			492 (MSN 35945/DO339) WFU and stored 1973
			493 (MSN 35946/DO340) WFU and stored MASDC Apr 10, 1970.  Broken up 1973.
			494 (MSN 35947/DO341) to MASDC, broken up 1973
			495 converted to JC-54G.  To MASDC Jul 24, 1970.
			496 (MSN 35949/DO343) leased to Transcontinental and Western Air (TWA)
				1946 as "The Shanghai Merchant" 652 registered as N79067.
				Returned to USAF 1949 as 45-496.  Transfered to Defense Department
				in 1960 as N79067.  Used for static tests Tucson AZ.  WFU and
				broken up Apr 1962.  Remains sold as scrap at MASDC Sep 1967.
			497 (MSN 35950/DO344) WFU and stored 1973.
			498 (MSN 35951/DO345) WFU and stored 1973
			499 (MSN 35952/DO346) WFU and stored 1973.
			500 (MSN 35953/DO347) WFU and stored MASDC at unknown date.  Sold Sep 21, 1967,
				broken up 1973.
			501 (MSN 35954/DO348) WFU and stored 1973.
			502 (MSN 35955) to MASDC as CC239 Mar 16, 1973.  To civil registry as N1022A.  On display at Hill AFB Museum, Utah
			503 (MSN 35956) assigned to 35th ATS, Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1951.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2402 in 1960.  In 1969 to FAC-640.
			504 (MSN 35957) to civil registry as N88949 for Pan American Airways, but not taken up.
				To Brazilian AF as FAB 2404 in 1960.
			505 (MSN 35958/DO352) WFU and stored MASDC Sep 24, 1964, sold Sep 21, 1967, broken up 1973.
			506 (MSN 35959) converted to JC-54G.  To N14747
			507 (MSN 35960/DO 354) wfu and stored at MASDC Jun 27, 1973.  Bought by Consolidated
				Aeronautics Corp Apr 8, 1977 as N87974.  Bought by Aircraft Surplus
				Company Aug 15, 1977.  Bought by Falcon Airways Dec 28, 1977
				and rgistered as N82FA Jul 15, 1978.  Bought by Bowman Aviation
				Inc Dec 17, 1978 and registered Mar 18, 1989 as N14BA.  Bought by
				Rio Grande Vally Airfreight Jan 11, 1985, MM Aircraft Company bought
				it Sep 18, 1985 and in Feb 1986 reregistered as N82FA again.   Went through
				a succession of owners and then ferried to Fairbanks, AK in 2005 and 
				registered to Brooks Fuel Feb 28, 2006.  W/o when it landed
				near Nenana, AK and burned after inflight engine failure and
				fire Jul 1, 2007.  Recovered from nearby crash scene and brought to
				Nenana MAP, AK.
			508 (MSN 35961/DO355) WFU and stored 1973.
			509 (MSN 35962) crashed on reef off Johnston Island Sep 6, 1946.  All 23
				onboard survived.
			510 (MSN 35963) made final flight of Berlin Airlifte Sep 30, 1949.
				To Brazilian AF as FAB 2405 in 1960
			511 (MSN 35964) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2411 in 1960.
			512 (MSN 35965/DO 359) To MASDC Jul 8, 1965.  Returned to service Aug 4, 1965 with 4080th Strategic Wing,
				Davis Monthan AFB.  Back to MASDC May 20, 1966.  WFU and stored Honolulu, Hawaii.  Derelict by
				Jan 1976.
			513 (MSN 35966) to Northwest Airlines as NC95422.  Crashed on west slope
				of Mt. Sanford, Alaska Mar 12,1948.  24 passengers 
				and six crew all killed.
			514 (MSN 35967) ran off end of runway into ditch and caught fire
				while landing at Tempelhof Aug 13, 1948 during Berlin Airlift.  
				Crew survoved.  There is a film of a burning C-54 with tail number 5514.
			515 (MSN 35968/DO362) WFU and stored 1973.
			516 (MSN 35969) converted to VC-54G. Assigned to 1254th Air Transport Squadron, Gravelly Point, VA [1950].
				Assigned to USAFE 30Nov 30, 1950.  Assigned to 7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany Jan 1951
				Assigned to 1405th ABW, Scott AFB, IL Jun 1961,  Assigned to 1604th Air Base Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda. 
				Operated last USAF passenger flight from Kindley AFB; to Andrews AFB, Maryland Jun 3,  1970.  To MASDC Jun 10, 1970.
			517 (MSN 35970) to MASDC Feb 17, 1966.  Returned to service.  Back to MASDC Feb 23, 1973 as CC237.  
				To civil registry as N4994D
			518 (MSN 35971) crashed into mountain north of Pusan, Korea Jul 7, 1950 with  23 killed.
			519 (MSN 35972/DO366) crashed Jul 3, 1947 with 1389th AAFBU in Atlantic enroute from Kindley
				Field, Bermuda to Morrison AAF, Palm Beach, FL.  4 onboard lost.  This plane is supposedly one
				example of the losses in the mysterious Bermuda Triangle. But the crew had been warned of
				thunderstorm acivity by other crews on the route
			520 (MSN 35973) to Nationalist Chinese AF as 45520
			521 (MSN 35974) assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing, Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1956-1958.  To MASDC as CC222 
				Sep 13, 1972.  To civil registry as N3370F, HK-2017 (TANA 02 Mar 1977 - 
				Transportes Petroleros de Santander (TRANSAPEL)), current Sep 99 but still on USCAR as N3370F!
			522 (MSN 35975/DO369) WFU and stored 1973.  Also reported as crashing 1 mi off Johnston Island, Pacific Oc5 11, 1946.
			523 (MSN 35976/DO370) WFU and stored MASDC as CC231 Sep 30, 1972.  Sold to Allied
				Aircraft Sales Jul 11, 1979.  Stored Sam's Scrapyard, Tucson, AZ
			524 (MSN 35977/DO371) WFU and stored MASDC Mar 2, 1970, broken up 1973.
			525 (MSN 35978/DO372) in 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
				as N90911, named 'Flagship Reykjavik', to Trans Ocean Airways, Jun 1949 to 
				Alaska Airlines then to Flying Tiger Lines by 1953 until 1957, back to 45-0525, then to 
				FAB-2400 for Forca Aerea Brasileira [FAB] Brazilian AF) in 1960, then 
				FAC-641 for Fuerza Aerea Colombiana [FAC] (Colombian AF), WFU
45-526/575	Douglas C-54G-5-DO Skymaster
			MSN 35979/36028
			526 (MSN 35979/DO373) WFU and stored MASDC . To Dross Metals of Tucson
				AZ Nov 6, 1975 and broken up
			527 (MSN 35980) converted to JC-54G.  Reconverted back to C-54G.  In 1970 appeared 
				in Columbia for Fuerza Aerea Colombiana (FAC) as FAC-694 based at the Columbian 
				Air Base of Palanquero assigned to the Comando Aereo de Transporte Militar. 
				WFU April 1998.
			528 (MSN 35981) crashed into mountain near Chuka, India Nov 3, 1945.  44 killed.
			529 (MSN 35982/DO376) assigned to 64th Air Resupply Squadron [ARS], Bergstrom AFB, TX 
				Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 1, 1960 to Jun 10, 1960
				Registered as NASA 231.  Assigned to Goddard Space Flight Center, MD 
 				WFU and stored Jan 13, 1972 as CC207 at MASDC.  To Robins
				AFB, GA Feb 8 1972, to GAC, Hondo, TX, then to MAP.
			530 (MSN 35983/DO377) 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
				as N90913, named 'Flagship Amsterdam'. Sep 1950 to sold to Pan American Airways 
				as 'Clipper White Falcon'. Aug 1961 to 45-0530, WFU.  Believe to have been delivered to FAA in 1964/5 as TC-48
				which disappeared Nov 1965.
			531 (MSN 35984/DO378) in 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
				as N90910, named 'Flagship Shannon', to Flying Tiger Lines by 1953 until 1957, back to 
				45-0531, broken up
			532 (MSN 35985) to US Coast Guard
			533 (MSN 35986/DO380) on Aug 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered as N90912, 
				named 'Flagship Washington' and then later 'Flagship Prestwick'.  May 1950 to storage as 45-0533.
				To Trans Ocean Airways as N9864F, then to Air Jordan as JY-ACD. 
				To Southern Air Transport as N9864F.  Lease purchase to Georgia Air. 05/70 to Epps Air 
				Service, Inc. of Atlanta, GA as N888RH, next sold to Brooks Air Fuel Ltd registered 
				as N898AL.  W/O April 17, 1995 after a landing incident at Kivalina, AK
			534 (MSN 35987) to Pan American Airways as N88951 *Clipper Racer* in 1947.  Must have been returned to USAF
				since went to MASDC as VC-54G Sep 12, 1972 and coded CC223
			535 (MSN 35988) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC194 Jun 15, 1971.  To civil registry as N3303F, later C-BGNV 
				with Buffalo Airways
			536 (MSN 35989/DO383) delivered to USAAF Jul 19, 1945, to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored Davis Monthan AFB, AZ Oct 29, 1973 as CC253. 
				Consolidated Aeronautics bought Jan 30, 1978. Aircraft Surplus Inc. bought Feb 21, 1978 reg. N54578. 
				William D. Kirkconnel Inc. bought May 20, 1978. Stephen L. Ruth bought Dec 26, 1978. Impounded and stored Madrid, 
				Colombia Dec 28, 1978. Broken up.
			537 (MSN 35990) converted to VC-54G, then to Pan American Airways as N88953 *Clipper Ocean Rover*.  Must have been
				returned to USAF since went to MASDC Jan 15, 1965.
			538 (MSN 35991/DO385) delivered to USAAF Jul 21, 1945, to USAF Sep 18, 1947. WFU & stored 1973.
			539 (MSN 35992) to civil registry as N2297V, then as HK-2377.  Derelict by Feb 1997.
			540 (MSN 35993) to US Coast Guard
			541 (MSN 35994) to MASDC as CC189 Apr 14, 1971.  To civil registry as N3376F, then sold abroad.
			542 (MSN 35995) damaged Aug 12, 1945 Barrackpore, India in taxi accident. To MASDC Feb 14, 1966.  Returned to service.  
				Back to MASDC as CC2347 Jun 4, 1973.  To civil registry as N81FA
			543 (MSN 35996, 14th TCS, 61st TCG) crashed in bad weather at Stake House
				Fell, Lancashire, England Jan 7, 1949.  All 6 onboard killed.
			544 (MSN 35997) converted to VC-54G.  WFU and stored at Davis Monthan AFB,
				AZ OCt 8, 1970.  Broken up 1973.
			545 (MSN 35998) to Pan American Airways as N88952 *Clipper Australia*.
				Back to USAF as 45-0545 converted to VC-54G.  To TAM-53
			546 (MSN 35999) to MASDC Apr 27, 1966.  To Peruvian AF as FAP 393. Re registered as OB-R-955
			547 (MSN 36000) to MASDC Nov 23, 1969.  To South Korean AF as 50547.
			548 (MSN 36001/DO395) delivered to USAAF Jul 30, 1945.  Damaged in landing accident Sep 21, 1946 Fairfield-Suisun AB,
				California.  to USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Attached to 1263ATS/1500ATG at Hickam AFB, HI 
				had a landing accident Sep 13, 1951 at Johnston Island AFB.  WFU & stored 1973.
			549 (MSN 36002) was personal aircraft of Maj Gen WilliamTunner, commander
				of Combined Air Lift Task Force during Berlin Airlift.  To MASDC Mar 19, 1970.
			551 (MSN 36004) to TAM-51, later CP-2292
			553 (MSN 36006) to MASDC as CC203 Nov 29, 1971.
			554 (MSN 36007/DO401) 1946 to American Overseas Airlines registered 
				as N90914, 1948 back to 45-0554, WFU (This one is a mystery - it 
				may have been used in the Bay of Pigs -April 1961
			555 (MSN 36008/DC402) missing Oct 9, 1945., no further details.   Also
				reported as surviving the war and going to MASDC Feb 5, 1970. 
			556 (MSN 36009) to SC-54G.  To MASDC at unknown date.  Became NASA 27 then NASA 427, then to civil registry as N427NA, 
				then N4958M with Aero Union Corp.  Purchased Dec 2005 by Buffalo
				Airways Ltd of Yellowknife, NT and registered Mar 1, 2006 as C-FBAM.
			557 (MSN 36010) flown to Berlin May 7, 1971, on loan from USAF Museum.  Was in storage at Berlin 
				Tempelhof Airport.  Put on display 1988. Transferred to Deutsche Technikmuseum, Berlin
				in 1992.  Displayed in poor condition at northern fence of airport, but noted in good condition
				at the terminal building in 2012. 
			559 (MSN 36012) to MASDC at unknown date
			560 (MSN 36013) to MASDC Sep 24, 1965.
			561 (MSN 36014) to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  To GAC, Victoria Jan 17, 1966, then to Colombian AF as FAC 698
			562 (MSN 36015) to N95423, back to USAF as 45-0562 and converted to
				VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC217 Jul 5, 1972.
			563 (MSN 36016) crashed on approach near Fassberg, Germany Jan 18, 1949. 1 of 3 onboard killed.
			564 (MSN 36017) to MASDC Jul 8, 1965.
			565 (MSN 36018) assigned to 1604th Air Base Group, Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1967.  to MASDC Jan 13, 1970.	
			566 (MSN 36019) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2408.  To Colombian AF in 1970
			567 (MSN 36020) suffered taxying accident at Luhsien, China Sep 23, 1945,
				consequences not known.
			568 (MSN 36021) suffered some sort of takeoff accident and subsequent
				belly landing at Kunming, China Sep 22, 1945.  Consequences not
				known.
			569 (MSN 36022/DO 416) w/o with 234d ATS when ditched in the Atlantic Ocean off Weather
				Station Echo after fuel shortage during flight from Azores (Portugal) to 
				Bermuda Jan 26, 1955.  No loss of life.
			570 (MSN 36023/DO417) delivered to USAAF Aug 13, 1945, To USAF Sep 18,1947.  Assigned to 1271 ATS/1701 ATW at
				Great Falls AFB, Montana. On Jan 10, 1950 crashed at Kodiak AFB, Alaska after landing long on runway and ran off
				the end of the runway into waters of St Paul Harbor.  6 of 28 onboard received minor injuries.
			571 to Pan American Airways as N88943 *Clipper Golden Express*, then to Flying Tiger
				Lines by 1953.  Later to Colombian AF as FAC 697, later FAC 1105
			572 (MSN 36025) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2401.  Crashed at sea Dec 11, 1960.  8 crew killed.
			573 (MSN 36026) damaged during attempted belly landing at Lashio, Burma
				Nov 8, 1945.  To MASDC Feb 5, 1970.
			574 (MSN 36027) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC Oct 4, 1970.
			575 (MSN 36028) to Brazilian Air Force as FAB-2403, Purchased by 
				CAT, leased to Air Vietnam between February 20 and August 20, 1957, 
				registered as N2168. Operated from Tachikawa, Japan for Air America up until 
				summer of 1961 when it again was leased to Air Vietnam. January 02, 1962 Air 
				America sold it to Air Asia Co. Ltd. and registered B-1010.  Next Air Asia 
				resold it to Air America on September 27, 1965 and registered as N12190. In 
				1968 it was withdrawn from used and stored. 1969 it commenced operation from 
				Yokota, Japan for Air America.  When Yokota closed in 1974 the aircraft was 
				moved to Tainan as a spare aircraft.  Next the aircraft was scheduled on May 
				8, 1975 to be delivered to the Continental US, but was sold to Air Vietnam on 
				March 29, 1975 and registered as XV-NU.
45-576/625	Douglas C-54G-10-DO Skymaster
			MSN 36029/36078
			576 (MSN 36029) to US Coast Guard.  Later to civil registry as N13060, CF-KAE, then 9Q-COF
			577 (MSN 36030) to B-1803
			578 (MSN 36031) converted to SC-54G.  Leased to Transcontinental & Western Air 1946
				Registered as N79065.  Leased to Seaboard & Western Airline Dec 19, 1947.
				Returned to USAF as 45-578 Feb 2, 1954.  Registered as NASA 238
				Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 1973
				Registered as NASA 438.  Registered as N438NA to NASA 1969
				Registered as N438NA to Aircraft Specialities Mar 1981.  Registered as N438NA to Globe Air Jul 9, 1981.
				Registered as N438NA to Air Response Mar 13, 1986.
				Registered as N438NA to Brooks Fuel Feb 18, 2010; expired Dec 31, 2013
				Stored at Falcon Field, Mesa, AZ 
			579 (MSN 36032) on display at Museum of Aviation, Warner Robins AFB, Georgia.
			580 (MSN 36033) to MASDC Mar 16, 1970
			581 (MSN 36034) to MASDC as CC190 Apr 0, 1971.
			582 (MSN 36035) to MASDC as CC136 Sep 26, 1969.  To GAC, Victoria Nov 10, 1969, then FMS to Republic of Korea AF as 50582
			583 (MSN 36036) to US Coast Guard.  To civil registry as 5W-FAC, then N17225, then HC-ASC, then N6299,
				then CP-1090.  Reported to have been written off Jan 13, 1984.
			584 (MSN 36037) to PP-BTS
			585 (MSN 36038) to N95424
			586 (MSN 36039/DO433) to Pan American Airways as N88955 *Clipper Hamburg*, *Clipper Oslo*, *Clipper Nonpareil*
				*Clipper Stockholm*, last *Clipper Ranger*.  Returned to USAF Nov 6, 1953.
				To Royal Danish AF as N586, to Air Center International as 9Q-CBE Nov 1977.
				Re-registered as 9Q-CAV.  Destrpyed by fire Apr 1978 at Kinshasa, Zaire.
				Cockpit and front fuselage destroyed, broken up.
				Did not go to British civil registry as G-GBSK.
			587 (MSN 36040) to US Coast Guard later to N4621S
			588 (MSN 36041) 
			589 (MSN 36042/DO436) in 1945 to N90909 for American Overseas Airlines, named 'Flagship Keflavik', then in 
				1950 back to 45-0589.   Bought from Southern Air Transport for Air America/CAT in early 
				Nov. 1966, further registered to Air Asia on Nov. 08, 1966.  Registered as B-1016, further
				leased to China Air as B-1016.  March 7, 1974 it was to be sold to Plum International 
				Travel Ltd. of Jakarta, but the deal fell through, as Plum was unable to make the final 
				payment.  Resold by Air Asia to Air America and immediately to CAT to retain 
				the Chinese registry of B-1016.   Departed Tainan May 08, 1975 for the 
				Continental US, registration cancelled July 02, 1975.  Sale reportedly to Bird 
				& Sons of Bird Air, Oakland, CA on July 10, 1975 at $60,000.  Sold to 
				Bo-S-Aire Airlines, Anderson, SC as N65132 also in July.  Then re-registered 
				as N74BA on Oct. 28, 1975.  Withdrawn from use and stored March 1977. 
			590 (MSN 36043) to Pan American Airways as N88948 *Clipper Westward Ho*, *Clipper Frankfurt*,
				*Clipper Berlin*  Must have been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, and to MASDC Feb 1, 1970.
			592 (MSN 36045) w/o Oct 1960 when crashlanded on beach at Retalhuleu, Guatemala.  Supposed to have gone to
				MAP in Mar 1959 but believed to have been used by CIA in "black" operations.
			593 (MSN 36046) to Spanish AF as T.4-13. later to civil registry as EC-BXL
			594 (MSN 36047) to MASDC Jan 13, 1966. Returned to service Apr 25, 1967.
			595 (MSN 36048) suffered landing accident at Barrackpore Nov 25, 1945,
				consequences not known
			596 (MSN 36049) to MASDC Jan 6, 1966.  Returned to service Apr 16, 1967.  Back to MASDC as CC261 Jun 25, 1975.
				To civil registry as N4989N, then C-BGSK.  To Buffalo Airways May 30, 2002.
				Crashlanded Aug 2, 2003 short of Ulu mine landing strip in Canadian Northwest
				Territories while delivering a load of fuel
			597 (MSN 36050) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2409 in 1960.
			598 (MSN 36051) to MASDC Aug 4, 1965
			599 (MSN 36052) to South Korean AF as 50599
			600 (MSN 36053) to Pan American Airways as N88959 *Clipper Live Yankee, then *Clipper Celestial*
			601 (MSN 36054) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2406 in 1960.
			602 (MSN 36055) crashed Aug 20, 1970 5 mi NE of Homestead AFB, FL. (ASN)
			604 (MSN 36057) to Colombian AF as FAC 696
			605 (MSN 36058) Assigned to 7167th Special Air Missions Squadron, Wiesbaden, West Germany [1950]
				Assigned to HQ TAC, Langley AFB, VA Jan 22, 1951.    To MASDC at unknown date.
			606 (MSN 36059) to Pan American Airways as N88956 *Clipper Polynesia*. Must have been returned to USAF and
				converted to VC-54G, and to MASDC Aug 31, 1970.
			607 (MSN 36060) to Pan American Airways as N88960.  W/o Dec 22, 1958 when struck Mt Illiama, Alaska.  15 killed.
			608 (MSN 36061) converted to SC-54G.  To MASDC Jan 15, 1966.  Must have been returned to service since
				back to MASDC as CC224 Nov 2, 1972.  To Pan American Airways as N88957 *Clipper Oriental*.
				To Aero Union as N3373F. Crashed Jul 14, 1981, Kenai, AL.
			609 (MSN 36062) converted to JC-54G.  To Spain as EC-BQM, T.4-12.
			610 (MSN 36063) to US Overseas Airline Nov 16, 1955 and registered as N4000A.
				Ditched and w/o in a small lake after takeoff from NAS Jacksonville airport
				Oct 15, 1959 due to incorrect fuel management.  Was to have gone to user in
				Colombia as HP-320 but never taken up.
			611 (MSN 36064) to MASDC as CC199 Aug 17, 1971.
			612 (MSN 36065) loaned to Honduran AF in 1967 as 612.  Used to ferry aid from Honduras
				to Vietnam.  To MASDC Jul 28, 1970
			613 (MSN 36066) to MASDC as CC200 Sep 15, 1971.  To N88947
			614 (MSN 36067) to US Coast Guard. To Florida Aircraft Leasing as N708Z
			615 (MSN 36068) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2407 in 1960.  To Colombian AF in 1970
			616 (MSN 36069) to Pan American Airways as N88946 *Clipper Argonaut*, later *Clipper Westward Ho*.   Must have
				been returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC Mar 30, 1970.
			617 (MSN 36070) to MASDC as CC230 Dec 14, 1972.  To Pan American Airways as N88954 *Clipper Pacific Raider*, later N9065Q
			618 (MSN 37071) destroyed by fire after taxying accident at Tezgaon
				Mar 22, 1946
			619 (MSN 36072/DO466) to Pan American Airways as N88941.  August 29, 1946 to Air Asia/CAT
				registered as B-1004, March 31, 1959 then leased to Air America as B-1004.
				On September 27, 1965 Air America purchased and registered it as N12191. 
				Put in inactive storage Tainan October 8, 1972 until November 1973. 
				On November 13, 1973 sold to Air Distribution Inc. of Honolulu registered as N404AD.
				April 12, 1974 the company went bankrupt and again the aircraft was stored at Tainan 
				and sold to Air Asia eventually on February 25, 1976.  Sold to E-Systems, Dallas, 
				Texas in April 1978, resold to Air Distribution as 'Dena' on April 17, 1978, 
				sold to Hayes Int'l Corp. on October 18, 1979, but leased back to Air Distribution 
				the same day.  Sold to Pacific Air Express on December 20, 1982 and re-registered 
				as N300JT.  It crashed after an engine failure on approach to Kahului, HI on June 29, 1983. 
			620 (MSN 36073) to Pan American Airways as N88958 *Clipper Red Rover*, then *Clipper Derby*.
				Later N9939F.  Returned to USAF and converted to VC-54G, to MASDC as CC219 Aug 9, 1972.
			621 (MSN 36074/DO468) delivered to USAAF Oct 3, 1945.  To USAF Sep 18, 1947.  Suffered minor damage from a
				mechanical failure Oct 11, 1950 while attached to 1263 ATS/1500A ATG 400 mi E of Haneda AB. WFU and stored 1973.
			622 (MSN 37075/DO469) delivered to USAAF Nov 30, 1945.  To USAF Sep 18, 1947.  WFU and stored in 1973.
			623 (MSN 36076/DO470) to Pan American Airways as N88942 *Clipper Bostonian*.  Leased to 
				Transocean Airlines as N88942, w/o March 20 1953 when it lost 
				control shortly after descending through 3500 feet in a drizzling rain while 
				on approach to Oakland International Airport from Roswell, New Mexico enroute 
				to the Pacific Island of Guam.  The aircraft was seen descending in a right 
				wing low slipping attitude until it struck the ground near Alvardo, 
				California.  The aircraft cartwheeled across an Alvarado 
				barley field and disintegrated in flames.  All 35 aboard were killed.  
				Investigators determined that the prevailing meteorological (weather) conditions 
				probably resulted in an accumulation of ice on the aircraft's control surfaces, 
				which became immobilized and caused the flight crew to lose 
				control of the plane. At the time, Transocean Air Lines was the 
				world's largest nonscheduled air carrier, airlifting thousands of military 
				personnel and tons of supplies to Korea. It entered bankruptcy in 1962
			624 (MSN 36077) converted to VC-54G.  To Nationalist Chinese AF as 50624.
			625 (MSN 36078) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC Feb 10, 1966.
45-626/637	Douglas C-54G-15-DO Skymaster
			MSN 36079/36090
			626 (MSN 36079/DO473) ran off runway at Harmon AFB, Newfoundland Aug 19, 1949. and came to rest in 6 feet of water with a
				collapsed nosegear.  WFU and stored 1973
			627 (MSN 36080) converted to VC-54G.  Leased by Pan American Airways as N88945 *Clipper Gladiator*
				from April 1947 to Feb 1954.  Back to military and to MASDC as CC236 Feb 15, 1973.  
				To civil registry as N811E.  Written off with Brooks Air Fuel Oct 8, 1993 while attempting
				to land at Point Lay-Dew Station Airport in Alaska.  No braking action due to ice on runway
				and ran off runway.
			628 (MSN 36081/DO475) WFU and stored 1973
			629 (MSN 36082) to MASDC as CC252 Oct 18, 1973.  To Aero Union as N4989P.  Crashed Jun 21, 1995 1 mi E of Ramona, CA.  
				2 onboard killed.  Collided with Beech Baron N156Z during aerial fire suppression mission
				over Anzo Borrega desert.
			630 (MSN 36083/DO477) WFU and stored 1973
			631 (MSN 36084/DO478) to MASDC Feb 5, 1970 from 3750 Maintenance Support
				Group, Sheppard AFB, TX.  Broken up in 1973
			632 (MSN 36085/DO479) WFU and stored MASDC Jun 5, 1966 from
				306th BW.  Returned to service Dec 14, 1966 with 184th TFG,
				McConnell AFB, KS. WFU and stored at MASDC again Dec 31, 1972 as CC234.
				Purchased by Dross Metals Inc Nov 6, 1975 and broken up in 1976.
			633 (MSN 36086) converted to VC-54G.  To MASDC as CC206 Jan 7, 1972.
			635 (MSN 36088) to civil registry as N4218S, later C-FIQM with Buffalo Airways as *Arctic Trader*
			636 (MSN 36089) to MASDC as CC240 Mar 22, 1973.  To civil registry as N54577 of Aircraft Surplus Co of Tucson, AZ, 
				later N2742G with Aero Union Corp, Tanker 15.  To Buffalo Airways, Ltd of
				Yellowknife, NT as C-FBAP
			637 (MSN 36090) assigned to 57th Air Resupply Squadron [ARS], Wheelus AFB, Libya. 
				Assigned to NASA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA May 5, 1960 to Jun 15, 1960
				Registered as NASA 232		[no evidence of registration as N232NA]
				Assigned to Goddard Space Flight Center, MD 
				Assigned to NASA Wallops Flight Center, Wallops Island, VA.  Registered as NASA 432 
				Registered as N432NA Apr 2, 1975; cancelled Sep 4, 1977
				Registered as N4958P Jan 11, 1980; cancelled May 8, 1981 on export to Canada.
				Registered as C-GXKN Jun 4, 1981; current registered to Buffalo Airways.
  				Damaged Jan 5, 2006 when slid off the runway at Norman Wells Airport, NT after an engine fire 
				and a two-engine shut down landing.
45-638/872	Douglas C-54G Skymaster
			MSN 36091/36325
			Contract cancelled.  However there is a record on 45-0784 (MSN 36237) listed
				as an ex-USAF C-54G stored at DMI (Dross Metals on East Nebraska)
				in Tucson, AZ Jul 22, 2000.
45-873		Douglas XC-112A
			MSN 36326.  Pressurized development of C-54E with longer fuselage, seved as military prototype of DC-6.
				First flight Feb 15, 1946.  Redesignated YC-112A.  To civil registry as N6166G, HC-ADJ of Ecuatoriana, then
				N6166G, EC-AUC, N6166G, CF-TAX then finally N901MA with Mercer Airlines.  Was
				chartered by Las Vegas casino to pick up passenters at Ontario IAP
				for a flight to Nevada.  It had just taken off from Hollywood-Burbank
				Airport on Feb 8, 1976 when a prop blade on number 3 engine 
				separated, causing an inbalance which tore out the engine from
				the wing.  The blade also damaged number 2 engine.  Aircraft 
				attempted emergency landing at Burbank airport but upon landing the
				brakes were lost and the landing was aborted and the crew diverted
				to Van Nuys airport.  While enroute, the damaged number 2 engine
				failed and the crew was forced to crashland the pane on a golf
				course.  Plane plowed through the foundation of a partially-built
				building and came to rest against a portable bungalow.  3 crew
				members were killed, and three were able to escape.
45-874		Douglas XC-114
			MSN 36327.  Development of C-54E with longer fuselage and Allison engines and pneumatic deicing
45-875		Douglas XC-116
			MSN 36328.  Development of C-54E with longer fuselage and Allison engines and thermal de-icing
45-876/1048	Douglas C-47B-45-DK Skytrain
			876 (MSN 16879/34134)
			877 (MSN 16880/34135) to OB-M-632
			878 (MSN 16881/34137) to 5878 of Corps d'Aviation de l'Armee d'Haiti, leased to
				Compagnie Haitienme de Transports Aeriens.  Destroyed March 31, 1959 
				Port-Au-Prince, Bowen Field, Haiti
			879 (MSN 16882/34138) w/o Nov 21,1 955, Akranes, Iceland
			880 (MSN 16883/34139) to Spanish AF as T.3-10
			881 (MSN 16884/34140) damaged Oct 25, 1951 at Andrews AFB, Maryland
			882 (MSN 16885/34141) went to Thai AF.  Went to Basler for conversion.  It is believed that
			      MSN 20082 ex N6898D was used for the conversion and the original aircraft was
				dumped at Oshkosh.
			883 (MSN 16886/34142) bailed from the USAF to Air America December 03, 1964 as 0-50883. 
				Numerous accidents and incidents all repaired prior being returned to the USAF. Next 
				to the Royal Thai Air Force as 45-0883 in November 1972.  Recently seen at 
				Bangkok Don Muang on January 13, 1996.   Supposedly went to Oshkosh, WI for
				Basler conversion, but reportedly dropped on the dockside while being unloaded
				from ship in USA. Replaced by MSN 9290 and remains probably dumped at Oshkosh.
				There is somedoubt whether this aircraft ever went to Thai AF or became a
				Basler TP-67 conversion.  Thai AF has a TP-67 serial 46153 with a new MSN plate
				describing it as TP-67 serial number 450883, factory no 34141 but not only is
				the factory number wrong for 45-0883, but the Thai aircraft is known to be MSN 
				9290, ex N46949
			884 (MSN 16887/34143) to US Atomic Energy Commission as N810Z
			885 (MSN 16888/34144) converted to VC-47D.  Assigned to 1604th Air Base Wing at Kindley AFB, Bermuda in 1961.
			886 (MSN 16889/34146) damaged Mar 22, 1946 at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
			887 (MSN 16890/34147) damaged Sep 22, 1945 at Memphis MAP, Tennessee
			888 (MSN 16891/34148)
			889 (MSN 16892/34149) noted at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida 1973/1983
			890 (MSN 16893/34150) w/o Jul 13, 1950 at Taejon AB, South Korea in ground accident.
			891 (MSN 16894/34151) to VASP as PP-SPM.  Crashed during emergency landing
				at Sao Paulo, Brazil May 13, 1952 after engine failure.  5 of 22
				onboard killed.
			892 (MSN 16895/34152)
			893 (MSN 16896/34153)
			894 (MSN 16897/34154) noted in K-Tech Yard 8/28/2000.
			895 (MSN 16898/34155) encountered severe downdraft and crashed 20 mi N of Curry, AK Feb 5, 1954.  10 killed, 6 survived.
			896 (MSN 16899/34156)
			897 (MSN 16900/34157) to USSR Jul 1945
			898 (MSN 16901/34158) to USSR Aug 1945.
			899 (MSN 16902/34159)
			900 (MSN 16903/34160)
			901 (MSN 16904/34161)
			902 (MSN 16905/34162)
			903 (MSN 16096/34163)
			904 (MSN 16907/34164)
			905 (MSN 16908/34165)
			906 (MSN 16909/34166)
			907 (MSN 16910/34167)
			908 (MSN 16911/34169)
			909 (MSN 16912/34170)
			910 (MSN 16913/34171)
			911 (MSN 16914/24172) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
			912 (MSN 16915/34173) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
			913 (MSN 16916/34174) to USSR Aug 4, 1945
			914 (MSN 16917/34175) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
			915 (MSN 16918/34176) to USSR Jul 27, 1945
			916 (MSN 16919/34177) converted to AC-47
			917 (MSN 16920/34178) as VC-47D to MASDC on July 24, 1969
			918 (MSN 16921/34179) to Armee de 'Air as 45918 to Cambodian AF Aug 1956 as 45918, wfu Aug 1973.
			919 (MSN 16922/34180) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF
			920 (MSN 16923/34181)
			921 (MSN 16924/34182)
			922 (MSN 16925/34183) w/o Dec 8, 1945 Billings MAP, Montana on approach.  Crashed into a field after hitting trees 
				while attempting to land in a snowstorm.  Operated by Northwest Airlines.  17 of 21 onboard killed.
			923 (MSN 16926/34184)
			924 (MSN 16927/34185)
			925 (MSN 16928/34186) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP Dec 8, 972.
			926 (MSN 16929/34187) converted to VC-47D.  W/o Apr 4, 1952 in midair with C-124A 50-1260 near Mobile Brookley AB, Alabama.
			927 (MSN 16930/34188) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF
			928 (MSN 16931/34189) with Royal Moroccan AF in 1978 as CNA-LE.  FAA N54599 on static display at MAPS Museum, Akron, Ohio.
			929 (MSN 16932/34190)
			930 (MSN 16933/34192) w/o Jul 18, 1946 in crash into field 4 mi N of Goodland, Kansas in electrical storm.  All 13 onboard killed.
			931 (MSN 16934/34193) to N2841D
			932 (MSN 16935/34194)
			933 (MSN 16936/34195) to N87623, sold to Taiwan
			934 (MSN 16937/34196) crashed near Ban Me Thuot, SVN Oct 21, 1968.  23 killed.
			935 (MSN 16938/34197)
			936 (MSN 16939/34198) to French Morocco AF as 05936.  Reregistered as
				CN-ALH.  May 19, 1978 to Euroworld California Inc of Long Beach,
				CA as N9839A.  Registration later revoked.
			937 (MSN 16940/34199) converted to EC-47P.  Crashed on takeoff from Tan Son Nhut AB,
				Vietnam Aug 19, 1971.  No injuries, and plane was later
				restored to flight status.
			938 (MSN 16941/34200)
			939 (MSN 16942/34201)
			940 (MSN 16943/34202) to N17778, then N403JB
			941 (MSN 16944/34203) to Thai AF in 1953.  W/o Pathum Thani province
				Jun 27, 1977.
			942 (MSN 16945/34204) converted to VC-47D
			943 (MSN 16946/34205) converted to VC-47D
			944 (MSN 16947/34206) to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAM-146. W/o Cerro Aranca Machete, Peru Mar 20, 1960
			945 (MSN 16948/34207)
			946 (MSN 16949/24208) converted to AC-47.  to MASDC in 1966.  to MAP in 1967.
			947 (MSN 16950/24209)
			948 (MSN 16951/34210) converted to VC-47D
			949 (MSN 16952/34211, 374th TCW, 21st TCS) crashed due to mechanical problems near Chosin 
				Reservoir, N. Korea Dec 2, 1950.
			950 (MSN 16953/34213)
			951 (MSN 16954/34214) converted to WC-47. Became N73856; to Spanish AF Apr 23, 1962 as T3-54. became 
				G-BLFL, then N951CA, then G-BLFL again, then N951CA again.  Now preserved in Deutsches 
				Technikmuseum, Berlin, Germany, put on roof of museum in 1999.
			952 (MSN 16955/34215)
			953 (MSN 16956/34216) converted to VC-47D
			954 (MSN 16957/34217) w/o Apr 26, 1950 due to structural failure near Leon Springs, Texas
			955 (MSN 16958/34218)
			956 (MSN 16959/34219) to RCAF as Dakota IV 991.  W/o 1954.
			957 (MSN 16960/34220) to RAAF as A65-124.  Now on display at RAAF Association Museum, WA.
			958 (MSN 16961/34221) to RAAF as A65-123.  To Royal Australian Navy as N2-123 2/22/1968.  Withdrawn 10/1973
				and sold in USA.
			959 (MSN 16962/34222) to RNZAF as NZ3552.  Became ZK-BBJ in New Zealand.  Still extant 1988 with Fieldair Freight.
			960 (MSN 16963/34223) to RNZAF as NZ3551.  WFU 1977.  Had been used to fly around
				the new Queen Elizabeth II about 6 months after her coronation in Dec 1953.  Noted in 1989 at RNZAF Museum, Wigram,
				New Zealand.
			961 (MSN 16964/34224) to RNZAF as NZ3555.  By 1954 was ZK-APA of New
				Zealand National Airways. Leased to Polynesian Airlines (Samoa) as 5W-FAC.  Crashed on takeoff Jan 13, 1970 at Apia,
				Western Samoa due to wind shere.  All 32 killed.  
			962 (MSN 16965/34225) to RNZAF as NZ3553.  
			963 (MSN 16966/34226) to RNZAF as NZ3554.  Converted to DC-3 Freighter
				by de Havilland at Wellington Apr 5, 1947.  SOC Harewood
				May 31, 1947.  To ZK-AOI of New Zealand National Airways Jun 20, 1947.
				Withdrawn from service with NAC Jul 19, 1966.  To James Aviation
				Jan 16, 1967.  Converted to topdresser (apparently an agricultural
				application).  To Southern Air Super May 11, 1971.  Crashed into 
				hillside near Clarence, South Island Feb 23, 1973 when right 
				wing separated in flight. Pilot (sole occupant) killed
			964 (MSN 16967/34227) to RNZAF as NZ3556.  By 1954 was ZK-APK of New
				Zealand National Airways.  Reregistered as VQ-FAH (Fiji Islands) and WFU in 1984 (?).  
				To Mangaleka Nov 2006 and put on display to promote a tearoom.
			965 (MSN 16968/34228) to RNZAF as NZ3557.  By 1954 was ZK-AOK of New Zealand National Airways
			966 (MSN 16969/34229) to RNZAF as NZ3558
			967 (MSN 16970/34230) converted to GC-47D
			968 (MSN 16971/34231) assigned to US Dem Project, crashed on takeoff
				Oct 2, 1946 after engine failure at Hermosillo, Mexico.
			969 (MSN 16972/34232) to USSR Aug 5, 1945
			970 (MSN 16973/34233) 
			971 (MSN 16974/34235) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
			972 (MSN 16975/34236) flying as N8040L with Allied Air Freight.  Now at Valiant Air Command 
				Museum, Titusville, FL.  Was used as the donor hulk to restore 42-100591.  Collapsed during maintenance,
				killing a volunteer.
			973 (MSN 16976/34237) to USSR Aug 11, 1945
			974 (MSN 16977/34238) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
			975 (MSN 16978/34239) to USSR Aug 7, 1945
			976 (MSN 16979/34240) to USSR Aug 6, 1945
			977 (MSN 16980/34241) to USSR Aug 13, 1945
			978 (MSN 16981/34242) to USSR Aug 7, 1945
			979 (MSN 16982/34243) converted to AC-47 .  To EC-47D.  to MASDC Jun 30, 1970
			980 (MSN 16983/34244)
			981 (MSN 16984/34245) to USSR Aug 13, 1945
			982 (MSN 16985/34246) to USSR Aug 9, 1945
			983 (MSN 16986/34247) to USSR Aug 11, 1945
			984 (MSN 16987/34248) to USSR Aug 9, 1945.
			985 (MSN 16988/34249) converted to AC-47.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2089.
			986 (MSN 16989/34251) to USSR Sep 9, 1945
			987 (MSN 16990/34252) to USSR Sep 16, 1945
			988 (MSN 16991/34253)
			989 (MSN 16992/34254)
			990 (MSN 16993/34255) to RFC Jan 27, 1946.  To CC-CLL of LAN Chile, becam CC-CLDH,
				CC-CBN.
			991 (MSN 16994/34256) to Laos AF as 991 Aug 10, 1956
			992 (MSN 16995/34257)
			993 (MSN 16996/34258)
			994 (MSN 16997/34259) abandoned by French Air Force in Indochina in 1954.
				Bailed from the USAF to Air America 1962 as '994' (not B-994). Numerous 
				accidents, incidents over the years all repaired.  Returned to the USAF June 
				30, 1975, after escaping from Saigon on April 29, 1975 and landing in 
				Bangkok, Thailand. Declared surplus by the USAF as of May 1975.  To Thai
				AF as L2-54/19 Jan 1976.  SOC Aug 14, 1981.
			995 (MSN 16998/34260) to RFC Jan 27, 1946.  TO CC-CLM of LAN Chile, becam CC-CLDI,
				CC-CBO
			996 (MSN 16999/34261)
			997 (MSN 17000/34262) to VC-47D
			998 (MSN 17001/34263)
			999 (MSN 17002/34265) used by Air America as 999
			1000 (MSN 17003/34266) to Brazil Dec 17, 1945 as FAB 2020.  To VOTEC
				Servicos Aereos SA as PT-KZE.  To Royal Aero Taxi as PT-KZE.
				Destroyed, certificate cancelled Dec 31, 1991
			1001 (MSN 17004/34267) to Brazil Dec 17, 1945 as FAB 2021.  To VOTEC
				Servicos Aereos SA as PT_KYW then TAF Lihhas Aereos.
				Derelict, certificate cancelled Oct 16, 1991.
			1002 (MSN 17005/34268) converted to AC-47A/EC-47D.  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2088.  To
				Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KZW, to Unos as CP-1957.
				Presently stored with Unos.
			1003 (MSN 17006/34269) to Peruvian Air Force.
			1004 (MSN 17007/34270) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-483.  Renumbered FAP-301. Transferred to SATCO as 
				OB-XAF-539 and later to Aero Peru as OB-R-539.  Re-registered OB-R-1147 and later OB-1147
			1005 (MSN 17008/34271) to Peruvian Air Force.
			1006 (MSN 17009/34272) to Brazil Dec 17 1945.  By 1954 was PP-YQG of S. A. 
				Transportes Aeros REAL
			1007 (MSN 17010/34273) 
			1008 (MSN 17011/34274) bought by VASP and registered PP-SPL.  W/o
				May 18, 1951 when crashed into high ground in bad weather near
				Rancharia, SP Brazil.  All 6 onboard killed. 
			1009 (MSN 17012/34275)
			1010 (MSN 17013/34276) by 1954 was PP-VAY of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
				Aerea Rio-Grandense
			1011 (MSN 17014/34277) crashed on takeoff near Kansas City, MO Sep 15, 1945.  23 of 24 onboard killed.
			1012 (MSN 17015/34279)
			1013 (MSN 17016/34280) landed on Bardarbunga glacier in Icelsnd Sep 19, 1945 to rescue
				the civilian crew of an Icelandic C-54 (see 44-9014) that had crashed Sep 14.  They
				were unable to take off and eventually abandoned the aircraft and hiked out with a
				rescue team.  After spending the winter of 1950-51 on the glacier, it was dug out
				and towed to the glacier and flown to Reykjavik after minor repairs.   became TF-RVP.  
				By 1955 was EC-AHA of Iberia.  To N62265, to RP-C148.
			1014 (MSN 17017/34281)
			1015 (MSN 17018/34282) w/o Jan 30, 1059 in crash 20 mi SSW of Whitehead, Yukon.
			1016 (MSN 17019/34283) by 1954 was PP-PCA of Panair do Brasil
			1017 (MSN 17020/34284) to Aerovias Brasil (REAL Transportes Aereos) as PP-AXY.  To
				Brazilian AF as FAB 2068.  W/o Jun 15, 1967
			1018 (MSN 17021/34285) to PP-SPO then PT-KUB
			1019 (MSN 17022/34286) converted to VC-47D.  Now on civilian registry as N843DD, owned by the state of Florida.
			1020 (MSN 17023/34287) 
			1021 (MSN 17024/34288).  To Thai AF.  Converted to Basler BT-67 (Basler conversion no 30) and to Thai AF as 
				RTAF021. Belived reserialled 46152/021.
			1022 (MSN 17025/34289)
			1023 (MSN 17026/34290)
			1024 (MSN 17027/34292) by 1954 was PP-YQF of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
			1025 (MSN 17028/34293) by 1954 was PP-ANI of Transportes Aereos Nacional Ltda.
			1026 (MSN 17029/34294)
			1027 (MSN 17030/34295) to N87367, to CF-TFV, to HK-3359X
			1028 (MSN 17031/34296) to VASP (Viacao Aerea Sao Paulo SA) as PP-SPN, then to Brazilian AF as FAB 2081, then
				to Rondonia Industria y Comercio (RICO Taxi Aereo) as PT-KVK.  Scrapped by RICO
				Rio de Janeiro, Jacarepagua, Brazil
			1029 (MSN 17032/34297) converted to AC-47D.  to Khymer AF Feb 4, 1971.  Destroyed during rocket attack at
				Battambang AB Jun 12, 1973.
			1030 (MSN 17033/34298) to N48230.  To CAT July 1958, in 1960 to Air Asia/Air America as B-829 
				for $40,000 to the Pacific Corp.  Numerous incidents and accidents, all repaired. 
				Sold to Xieng Khouang Air Transport, Vientiane, Laos as XW-TFB in 1970.  Then to Tri-9 Corp., 
				Phnom Penh as XW-TFB and leased to Khemara Air Transport, Phnom Penh 1972/73, 
				leased to Lane Xang Airlines Vientiane, Laos in March 1974.  Leased to Air 
				Cambodge, Phnom Penh in late 1974.  Leased to Golden Eagle Airlines, Phnom 
				Penh still 1n 1974. Re registered to N48230 in 1975, but not taken up as it 
				was destroyed by a rocket attack at Penh-Pochentong Airport (Cambodia) on April 11, 1975.  The US 
				registration was canceled in June 1977.
			1031 (MSN 17034/34299) to Linhas Aereas Brasileiras as PP-BRD, to Transprtes Aereos Nacional
				(Nacional) as PP-ANE, to Brazil AF as FAB 2080.  To US civil registry as N9049Y.
				WFU
			1032 (MSN 17035/34300) to Honduras AF as FAH 308 Aug 1970.
			1033 (MSN 17036/34301) by 1954 was PP-VBH of S. A. Empresa de Viacao
				Aerea Rio-Grandense
			1034 (MSN 17037/34302)
			1035 (MSN 17038/34303) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2022.  To Rico Taxi Aereo
				as PT-KUW.  WFU, derelect
			1036 (MSN 17039/34304)
			1037 (MSN 17040/34306) on civil registry as N7712B.  Another report has the plane
				as going down Feb 7, 1950 during a search for a C-54 that went missing Jan 26, 1950.
				All 10 onboard survived and were rescued.  The hulk sits on a hillside
				in the Yukon territory, Canada
			1038 (MSN 17041/34307) to USSR Aug 11, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1053 with Aeroflot
			1039 (MSN 17042/34308) to USSR Aug 9, 1945.
			1040 (MSN 17043/34309)
			1041 (MSN 17044/34310) to USSR Aug 4, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1059 with Aeroflot
			1042 (MSN 17045/34311)
			1043 (MSN 17046/34312)
			1044 (MSN 17047/34313) converted to EC-47P.  To SVAF.  Then MAP to Thailand
			1045 (MSN 17048/34314) to VC-47D.  To N5540V.
			1046 (MSN 17049/34315) converted to EC-47P.  To MAP in 1972.
			1047 (MSN 17050/34316) converted to AC-47.  To South Vietnam AF, later to Royal Laotian AF.
			1048 (MSN 17051/34317) to USSR Aug 17, 1945, diverted to USAAF Sep 14, 1945.  Salvaged Adak, AK Sep 23, 1946
45-1049/1139	Douglas C-47B-50-DK Skytrain
			1049 (MSN 17052/34319) to USSR Aug 14, 1945.
			1050 (MSN 17053/34320)
			1051 (MSN 17054/34321) to USSR Aug 16, 1945
			1052 (MSN 17055/34322) to USSR Aug 14, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1060 with Aeroflot
			1053 (MSN 17057/34323)
			1054 (MSN 17057/34324) to USSR Aug 16, 1945.  To civil registry as CCCP-L1212 with Aeroflot
			1055 (MSN 17058/34325) to VC-47D. Suffered extensive damage in crash Feb 11, 1957.  To N4788C for Sholton and Carson of Spenard, Alaska. 
				August 17, 1964 bought by Air America.  Sold to Air Asia Co. Ltd. and registered as B-879 on 
				September 1964. Numerous accidents, incidents all repaired.  June 29, 1974 
				sold to China Air Lines, registered as B-1555 and delivered to Phnom Penh, 
				Cambodia.  Withdrawn from use at Taipei, Taiwan in March 1977. There is a possiblility that the damage
				in the 1957 crash was too extensive for the plane to be rebuilt as N4788C, and that the previous identity
				of N4788C is not true.
			1056 (MSN 17059/34326)
			1057 (MSN 17060/34327) converted to VC-47D, then to AC-47.  To South Vietnam
				AF.  W/o following crash Nov 24, 1972.  2 killed.
			1058 (MSN 17061/34328) to civilian registry as NC63351. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAQ-167 and 
				later re-registered OB-R-167. Sold to Peruvian Navy.  Now (2004) with
				Aerolineas de La Paz of Colombia as HK-4292X
			1059 (MSN 17062/34329)
			1060 (MSN 17063/34330)
			1061 (MSN 17064/34331) to Flamingo Air Services as NC54336, to C-1503X, C-1530E,
				HK-1503E, to Colombian Petroleum Co as HK-1503P, HK-1503W, to Aerocar Columbia
				as HK-1503.  Then as operated by Aerovanguardia as HK-1503 it was w/o on 
				a cargo flight from Villavicencio to Medellin-Jose
				Maria Cordova Airport.  Airport was fogged in and the pilot decided to
				divert to Medellin-Enrique Olaya Herrera Airport.  While descending, the
				plane struck electric wires and crashed into a wooded area.  3 crew killed.
			1062 (MSN 17065/34332)
			1063 (MSN 17066/34333)
			1064 (MSN 17067/34334)
			1065 (MSN 17068/34335) 28 Mar 1950 The airplane's no.2 engine caught fire shortly after departure from RCAF 
				Rockcliffe,  Ontario.  One passenger was able to bail out safely. 
          			Four occupants died in crash, one being American Ambassador Laurence A. Steinhardt.
			1066 (MSN 17069/34336)
			1067 (MSN 17070/34337) converted to VC-47D.
			1068 (MSN 17071/34338)
			1069 (MSN 17072/34339)
			1070 (MSN 17073/34340)
			1071 (MSN 17074/34341)
			1072 (MSN 17075/34342)
			1073 (MSN 17076/34343) 
			1074 (MSN 17077/34344) fuselage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
			1075 (MSN 17078/34345) by 1955 was N62044 of Hawaiian Airlines Ltd.
			1076 (MSN 17079/34346)
			1077 (MSN 17080/34347) converted to EC-47D.  To MASDC
			1078 (MSN 17081/34348)
			1079 (MSN 17082/34349) to Khymer AF.  Escaped to Thailand Apr 1975.
				To Thai AF as L2-47/18 Nov 1975.  SOC Sep 7, 1989 due
				to corrosion and dumped at Lopburi.  Possible conflict here, as reported
				in Apr 2006 issue of AFM as converted to Basler BT-67 and to Thai
				AF as 46159 Dec 1, 2004.  However, the genuine MSN 34379 was noted on a dump
				at Lop Buri, Thailand Jan 2005, and that 44-76678 was the plane used for the
				conversion.
			1080 (MSN 17083/34350)
			1081 (MSN 17084/34351) by 1954 was CP-530 of Lloyd Aero Boliviano SA
			1082 (MSN 17085/34352)
			1083 (MSN 17086/34353)
			1084 (MSN 17087/34354)
			1085 (MSN 17088/34355) broke up in flight near Hobard Mills, CA Mar 19, 1946.  26 killed.
			1086 (MSN 17089/34356) to civilian registry as N88754. Sold to Faucett of Peru as OB-PBD-456.
			1087 (MSN 17090/34357) to US civil registry as N86443.  To Spanish AF as T.3-45.  Registered as G-BFPV to Warbirds of 
				Great Britain Limited of Blackbushe, Surrey, England Apr 7, 1978 and then cancelled Sep 8, 1978 reportedly for 
				export to Yemen.
			1088 (MSN 17091/34358) on civil registry asn N6387A.
			1089 (MSN 17092/34359)
			1090 (MSN 17093/34360)
			1091 (MSN 17094/34361) to US civil registry as N86442, then to T.3-50 with Spanish
				AF, then to Spanish civil registry as EC-CPO.  Derelict at Zaragosa, Spain, then moved to Malaga in
				2003, allegedly for display in a museum.  In 2013 on display at Museo Nacional de Qaeopuertos y
				Transporte Aereo at Malaga as EC-ABC
			1092 (MSN 17095/34362) to Faucett of Peru as OB-PAL-145.
			1093 (MSN 17096/34363) To Thai AF Mar 1976 as L2-51/19 in 1976.  Dumped/preserved
				at Lopburi fron 1998.  To Oshkosh, WI for Basler conversion, but rejected
				for conversion and replaced by MSN 20082.  Remains probably dumped at
				Oshkosh.
			1094 (MSN 17097/34364)
			1095 (MSN 17098/34365) to Brazilian AF as FAB 2023.  W/o Jun 6, 1949
				when crashed at Cambirck, Brazil
			1096 (MSN 17099/34366) to Linhas Aereas Brasileiras as PP-BRE, to Servicos Aereos
				Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CCW "Piquiri".  To Brazilian AF as FAB 2083.
			1097 (MSN 17100/34367)
			1098 (MSN 17101/34368) still flying with Miami Valley Aviation, Ohio
			1099 (MSN 17102/34369) to Peruvian Air Force as FAP-677. Renumbered FAP-311. Transferred to SATCO as 
				OB-XAT-653 and later re-registered OB-R-653. W/o Mt. Killukichu, Peru Apr 20, 1972
			1100 (MSN 17103/34370) became N541GA
			1101 (MSN 17104/34371) on civil registry as N1385P 
			1102 (MSN 17105/34372) converted to EC-47P.  I also have this converted to VC-47D with Air University.  W/o
				Apr 13, 1972.
			1103 (MSN 17106/34373) by 1954 was PP-YQP of S. A. Transportes Aeros REAL
			1104 (MSN 17107/34374)
			1105 (MSN 17108/34375)
			1106 (MSN 17109/34376) converted to VC-47D
			1107 (MSN 17110/34377) in 1972 was assigned to Air Attache at US Embassy in Tanamarive, Madagascar
			1108 (MSN 17111/34378)
			1109 (MSN 17112/34379) struck Mt Pichincha, Ecuador Jul 11, 1960.  18 killed.
			1110 (MSN 17113/34380)
			1111 (MSN 17114/34381) registered later as 0-51111.  To Uruguayan AF received from the USAF mission in Paraguay 
				Nov 27, 1970.  Operated by Transporte Aereo Militar Uruguayo-Tamu, also as No 511 (see 42-100838), code CX-BJH.
				W/o when crashed shortly after takeoff near Artigas Airport (ATI) Uruguay Feb 10, 1970.  44 passengers and crew
				killed.  
			1112 (MSN 17115/34382)
			1113 (MSN 17116/34383)
			1114 (MSN 17117/34384)
			1115 (MSN 17118/34385)
			1116 (MSN 17119/34386) converted to VC-47D.  To Khymer AF 1973, escaped
				to Thailand Apr 1975.  To Thai AF as L2-45/18 Sep 12, 1975.
				To Oshkosh, WI for conversion to Basler in 2004.  The genuine 34316 was not shipped
				to Oshkosh until early July 2004 and was still there, unconverted Jul 25, 2004.
				The aircraft redelivered to Thai AF must have been a different airframe.
			1117 (MSN 17120/34387) converted to AC-47D.  Later to Royal Laotian AF.
			1118 (MSN 17121/34388)
			1119 (MSN 17122/34389) noted at George T. Baker Aviation School, Miami, Florida 1970/78
			1120 (MSN 17123/34390) converted to AC-47D.  Missing Dec 24, 1965 in Laos.
			1121 (MSN 17134/34391) to South Vietnam AF
			1122 (MSN 17125/34392)
			1123 (MSN 17126/34393)
			1124 (MSN 17127/34394) crashed on east flank of Mt. San Gorgonio, CA 
				Dec 1, 1952.  13 killed.
			1125 (MSN 17128/34395) converted to VC-47D.   W/o Jul 15, 1966 at Mejorado del campo, Torrejon de Ardoz, Spain following a forced landing
				after a midair collision with Spanish AF F-104G C.8-5 on approach to Torrejon.  The F-104G lost a wingtip tank
				and the VC-47D part of a wing.  The F-104G landed safely but the VC-47D was destroyed by fire following the
				forced landing.  Crew of 3 and 6 passengers all escaped safely.
			1126 (MSN 17129/34396)
			1127 (MSN 17130/34397) to Royal Lao AF by 1970.  To Thailand.  Derelict by Oct 1997.
			1128 (MSN 17131/34398) converted to VC-47D.  To civil registry as N62102 with
				Shawnee Airlines,  converted to turboprop power as Basler BT-67 (conversion
				no. 19).  To Guatemala AF initially as 560, and now with Guatemala AF as TG-FAG-4
			1129 (MSN 17132/34399)
			1130 (MSN 17133/34400)
			1131 (MSN 17134/34401) converted to EC-47Q.  
			1132 (MSN 17135/34402)
			1133 (MSN 17136/34403) converted to EC-47Q.  Missing Feb 5, 1969 with 362nd TEWS, 460th TRW
				on mission over Laos from Pleiku AB, Vietnam.  Wreckage discovered in fall of 1969.  10 crew
				presumed KIA.
			1134 (MSN 17137/34404)
			1135 (MSN 17138/34405) To N91378
			1136 (MSN 17139/34406)
			1137 (MSN 17140/34407)
			1138 (MSN 17141/34408)
			1139 (MSN 17142/34409)
45-1140/2544	Douglas C-47B Skytrain
			MSN 34410/35814
			Contract cancelled.
45-2545/2548	Douglas C-117A-1-DK
			MSN 34129/34132
			Completed as VC-117A
45-2549		Douglas C-117A-5-DK
			MSN 34133.  Transferred to US Forestry service in March 1973 as N919M.
45-2550/2561	Douglas C-117A-1-DK
			2550 (MSN 18553/34136)
			2551 (MSN 18554/34145)
			2552 (MSN 18555/34168).  to C-117B
			2553 (MSN 18556/34191).  to C-117B. Damaged Jan 1, 1946 at Patterson AAF in ground accident
			2554 (MSN 18557/34212) w/o Aug 24, 1948 at Newton, New Jersey in midair collision with B-25J 44-86870  9 killed.
				The B-25J landed safely
			2555 (MSN 18558/34234)
			2556 (MSN 18559/34250) damaged Apr 21, 1950 at National Airport, DC in ground accident
			2557 (MSN 18560/34264)
			2558 (MSN 18561/34278)
			2559 (MSN 18562/34291) Registered in 1997 as N4421R
			2560 (MSN 18563/34305)
			2561 (MSN 18564/34318) damaged Feb 18, 1950 at Bolling AB, DC in ground accident.
45-2562/2675	Douglas C-117A
			MSN 35815/35928
			Contract cancelled
45-2676/4400	Contract cancelled
45-4401/5200	Piper L-4J Grasshopper
			MSN 13141/13940.  Model J3C-65D
			4407 (MSN 13147) became F-BCPK.
			4408 (MSN 13148) became HB-OVU, then F-BBTD
			4413 (MSN 13153) became NC74119, then F-BFBO
			4416 (MSN 13156) to HB-OWR, D-ELUL.  Destroyed Aug 14, 1966
			4417 (MSN 13157) to civil registry as LN-MAV
			4423 (MSN 13163) became LN-MAU, then LN-KLA
			4433 (MSN 13173) to HB-OSC, D-EBER, OY-DHC
			4437 (MSN 13177) became F-BETY	
			4441 (MSN 13181) became F-BDTI.
			4445 (MSN 13185) to NC60396 then PI-C352, current as N60396	
			4446 (MSN 13186) became F-BCPC.  Registered G-BDOL Dec 18, 1975. 
				It seems certain that fuselage frames were swapped in France with
				45-4630. 
			4448 (MSN 13188) became HB-OFV Jul 4, 1947
			4455 (MSN 13195) became NC74188, then F-BFBP. 
			4457 (MSN 13197) to F-BDTF, SL-AAR, D-EBAF Apr 30, 1956, current
			4458 (MSN 13198) to civil registry as N68970
			4462 (MSN 13202) To Swedish civil registry as SE-CGU, to Lillehammer Flyklubb in Norway Mar 1948 as LN-RAI.
			4464 (MSN 13204) became HB-OVO, the OE-ABD, then D-EJGI.  At one point,
				D-eIJG was reserved but NTU, and remained D-EJGI.
			4466 (MSN 13206) to French civil registry as F-BDTJ, now registered as G-BCPJ in UK
			4467 (MSN 13207) to F-BDTB.  To British civil registry as G-BILI Jan 14, 1981.
			4470 (MSN 13210) became HB-OCB, then D-EMER.
			4471 (MSN 13211) became PH-UCR, then OO-AGL.  TO G-AKTH Jul 14, 1986.
				Still current on UK register as of Aug 7, 2006.
			4481 (MSN 13221) to OO-SEL, F-OAFB, CN-TVK
			4488 (MSN 13228)sold to Holland 11/7/1946 as PH-UCS.   Now being restored to 
				airworthy condition at Oosterhout.
			4491 (MSN 13231) became HB-OBG
			4496 (MSN 13226) assigned to US Army National Guard, New Mexico.  Airworthy with Jim Sorley as N5580
			4497 (MSN 13237) became HB-ELO
			4501 (MSN 13241) to civil registry as NC74120.  Now F-BETK with Aeroclub du Finistere at
				Brest, France.  Recently restored.
			4503 (MSN 13243) to HB-OIB, D-ECIF, to US civil registry as N5794N, current
			4511 (MSN 13251) became F-BCPF
			4516 (MSN 13255) to civil registry as NC79805, then to Aero Club de France 
				Mar 1948 as F-BEGT.
			4517 (MSN 13257) became HB-OBF
			4519 (MSN 13259) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 01.
			4520 (MSN 13260) to PH-UCX, D-EKQE
			4522 (MSN 13262) became HB-OSW
			4524 (MSN 13264) became SE-AYZ
			4533 (MSN 13273) to PH-UCT, D-ECAP.  Destroyed Aug 15, 1970
			4536 (MSN 13276) to PH-UCU, D-DGYM.  Destroyed Jun 28, 1967
			4537 (MSN 13277) became HB-OIF then G-BFDL in 1977.
			4541 (MSN 13281) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 02
			4544 (MSN 13284) on civil registry as N1071N with Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum, Hood River, Oregon  
			4545 (MSN 13285) became HB-OFR
			4549 (MSN 13289) became F-BFQG.
			4551 (MSN 13291) to CAA as NC250.  to civil registry as N5163N
			4552 (MSN 13292) to CAA as NC251
			4554 (MSN 13294) to PK-SAD Jul 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-332
			4555 (MSN 13295) became PK-SAC May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-331.
			4556 (MSN 13296) to NC75708
			4558 (MSN 13298) to PI-C193, RP-C193
			4559 (MSN 13299) to civil registry as N73351
			4567 (MSN 13307) became PK-SAB May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-330.
			4571 (MSN 13311) became PK-SAE May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-333.
			4576 (MSN 13316) to PI-C326, then RP-C326.  Front fuselage on display at 82nd Airborne Division
				Museum, Fort Bragg, NC.
			4580 (MSN 13320) became PK-SAA May 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF September 1946 as R-329.
			4584 (MSN 13324) to CAA as NC254, later N254.  To civil registry as N8527V, cancelled Dec 23, 2014 on export to France.
				Registered F-AYQG Sep 9, 2015.
			4585 (MSN 13325) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 03
			4590 (MSN 13330) to civil registry as N66318
			4594 (MSN 13334) to civil registry as N66332.
			4597 (MSN 13337) became PC4-021 Aug 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-321
			4602 (MSN 13342) became HB-ODH.
			4604 (MSN 13344) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 04
			4608 (MSN 13348) became NC74115, then F-BFFN
			4611 (MSN 13351) became PH-UCI
			4616 (MSN 13356) to PI-C464, RP-C464
			4617 (MSN 13357) to civil registry as N13357.
			4618 (MSN 13358) became PC4-013 Aug 1946. To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-313
			4622 (MSN 13362) became PC4-018 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-318
			4627 (MSN 13367) became PH-UCO, then D-EGPI (D-EDUX originally reserved but NTU),
				then D-EGPL, then OY-ECS.
			4628 9MSN 13368) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 05
			4630 (MSN 13370) to civil registry as F-BFBU, then G-BCUB Dec 13, 1974.  
				has parts incorporated in 45-4446  
			4637 (MSN 13377) to civil registry as N5741N
			4640 (MSN 13380) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 06
			4641 (MSN 13381) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 07
			4643 (MSN 13383) to civil registry as N5738N
			4644 (MSN 13384) became D-EDYR (D-EDET originally reserved but NTU), then SE-BEG.
			4655 (MSN 13395) delivered to USAAF Mar 24, 1945. It immediately departed the US via Norfolk for the 15th Air Force in 
				Bari, Italy.  In Sept. 1945 it returned to the US via Warner Robins Air Depot in GA.  In Dec. 1945 transferred to 
				US Army Artillery School at Fort Sill.  In Dec. 1947 moved to the 2432nd AF Base Unit at San Marcos, AFB, TX.
				In May 1948 went to 7th Liaison Squadron at March AFB, CA.  In March 1949 transferred to 1st Maintenance and 
				Supply Group at March.  May 1949 assigned to Calif Civil Air Patrol at Los Angles airport, CA.
				Aug. 1949 to Idaho Civil Air Patrol at Boise airport, UT.  March 1952 dropped from the active USAF inventory 
				due to a flying accident.  It was later purchased by the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah for display at 
				the museum.  Noted on display at Hill Aerospace Museum, restored, 19 Aug 2012. 
			4658 (MSN 13398) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 08
			4665 (MSN 13405) current as C-FAUO
			4667 (MSN 13407) to PI-C327, RP-C327
			4669 (MSN 13409) to PI-C230, RP-C230.  W/o by 1979
			4671 (MSN 13411) became PC4-015 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-315
			4672 (MSN 13412) became PC4-024 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-324
			4675 (MSN 13415) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 09
			4676 (MSN 13416) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 10
			4678 (MSN 13418) became PC4-008 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-308
			4681 (MSN 13421) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 11
			4682 (MSN 13422) became PC4-009 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-309
			4684 (MSN 13424) became PC4-005 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-305
			4685 (MSN 13425) became PC4-007 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-307
			4689 (MSN 13429) to PI-C116, RP-C116
			4692 (MSN 13432) became PC4-023 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-323.
				W/o Sep 23, 1947 Tandjung Balei
			4693 (MSN 13433) became PC4-022 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-322.  W/o
			4695 (MSN 13435) to PI-C136, RP-C136
			4697 (MSN 13437) to PI-C190, RP-C190
			4699 (MSN 13439) to Philippines AF.  To civil registry as RP-X25
			4700 (MSN 13440) became PC4-019 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-319
			4709 (MSN 13449) became PC4-025 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-325
			4714 (MSN 13454) became PC4-017 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-317
			4716 (MSN 13456) became PC4-016 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-316
			4719 (MSN 13459) became PC4-026 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-326
			4720 (MSN 13460) became PC4-006 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-306
			4722 (MSN 13462) to PI-C170, RP-C170
			4724 (MSN 13464) became PC4-028 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-328
			4726 (MSN 13466) became PC4-012 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-312
			4727 (MSN 13456) became PC4-027 Aug 1946.  W/o Jul 21, 1947 at Bandung
			4734 (MSN 13474) became PC4-014 Aug 1946.  To Netherlands East Indies AF Jul 1947 as R-314
			4758 (MSN 13498) to PI-C302, RP-C302
			4764 (MSN 13504) to Far East Flying Training School Oct 1949 as VR-HEJ.  To French Indo-China
			4772 (MSN 13512) to PI-C350, RP-C350
			4773 (MSN 13513) to Royal Thai AF as 53-4/90.  Now in Royal Thai AF Museum, Don Muang.
			4774 (MSN 13514) to PI-C73, RP-C73.  Fuselage noted at Plaridel Mar 1991
			4783 (MSN 13523) to PI-C174, RP-C174
			4795 (MSN 13535) to PI-C336, RP-C336
			4796 (MSN 13536) to PI-C268, RP-C268
			4797 (MSN 13537) to PI-C-76, RP-C76
			4798 (MSN 13538) to Netherland East Indies AF as PC-2, later PC0-2, PC4-002, R-302
			4802 (MSN 13542) to Netherland East Indies AF as PC-21, later PC0-1, PC4-001, R-301
			4809 (MSN 13549) on US civil registry as N3989B.  Currently airworthy after restoration
			4828 (MSN 13568) to Far East Flying Training School Nov 1948 as VR-HEF.  To French Indo-China.  To PI-C172, RP-C172
			4841 (MSN 13581) to civil registry as N66975
			4845 (MSN 13585) to PI-C344, RP-C344.  W/o at Cabuyo Laguna Mar 6, 1978
			4846 (MSN 13586) to PI-C118, RP-C118.  W/o May 5, 1977
			4847 (MSN 13587) to Far East Flying Training School Jul 1948 as VR-HDY.  Ditched in Lamma Channel, Hong Kong Nov 14, 1948.
			4861 (MSN 13601) to civil registry as N5718N
			4864 (MSN 13604) to RP-X25.  Quoted as Piper L-4J Tri-Gear.  Used fuselage number 13439, hence confusion with 45-4699.
				WFU at Manila
			4869 (MSN 13609) to civil registry as N75766
			4870 (MSN 13610) registered N4967V, cancelled Sep 5, 2012.  Airworthiness certifivate issued May 10, 1957
			4883 (MSN 13623) became N5798N.  Reported 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL.
			4884 (MSN 13624) to civil registry as N61787.  Registration cancelled Feb 11, 2013 after sale reported May 2, 1997.
				Restored as N61787 Sep 18, 2014.  Recently restored and based in UK. Painted as 330426, 53-K as "Rosie the Rocketeer".
				Not to be confused with 44-80595 on display at Valiant Air Command Museu in same color scheme.
			4890 (MSN 13630) to civil registry as N5797N
			4937 (MSN 13677) registered N10511.
			4948 (MSN 13688) to PI-C114, RP-C114
			4955 (MSN 13695) to civil registry as N68935.
			4956 (MSN 13696) to civil registry as N68928
			4962 (MSN 13702) to civil registry as N69825
			4963 (MSN 13703) to civil registry as N68947
			4967 (MSN 13707) became NC68199, then N68199, then SE-BEO.
			4972 (MSN 13712) to civil registry as N75265
			4974 (MSN 13714) to RP-C305.  WFU at Manila
			4993 (MSN 13733) to civil registry as N68957
			5000 (MSN 13740) to civil registry as N5437N
			5001 (MSN 13741) to civil registry as N68921
			5014 (MSN 13754) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-335
			5015 (MSN 13755) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-336
			5016 (MSN 13756) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-337
			5017 (MSN 13757) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-338
			5021 (MSN 13761) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-339
			5022 (MSN 13762) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-340
			5023 (MSN 13763) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-341
			5024 (MSN 13764) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-342
			5025 (MSN 13765) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-343
			5026 (MSN 13766) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-344
			5021 (MSN 13767) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-345
			5028 (MSN 13768)to Netherlands East Indies AF as R-346. Became PK-SAF of Batavia Flying Club June 1948.
			5029 (MSN 13769) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-347
			5030 (MSN 13770) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-348
			5031 (MSN 13771) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-349
			5032 (MSN 13772) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-350
			5033 (MSN 13773) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-351
			5034 (MSN 13774) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-352
			5036 (MSN 13776) became PK-SAD of Batavia Flying Club about October 1947.
			5037 (MSN 13777) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-353	
			5038 (MSN 13778) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-354
			5039 (MSN 13779) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-355
			5040 (MSN 13780) became PK-SAA of Batavia Flying Club June 1947.
			5042 (MSN 13782) became PK-SAE of Batavia Flying Club June 1947.	
			5045 (MSN 13785) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-356.  W/o May 3, 1948
			5047 (MSN 13787) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-357.
			5049 (MSN 13789) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-358
			5054 (MSN 13794) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-359
			5056 (MSN 13796) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-360
			5057 (MSN 13797) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-361
			5059 (MSN 13799) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-362
			5062 (MSN 13802) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-363
			5066 (MSN 13806) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-364
			5067 (MSN 13807) became PK-SAC of Batavia Flying Club October 1947.
			5068 (MSN 13808) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-365
			5069 (MSN 13809) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-366
			5070 (MSN 13810) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-367
			5072 (MSN 13812) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-368	
			5074 (MSN 13814) became PK-SAB of Batavia Flying Club about June 1947.
			5075 (MSN 13815) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-369
			5076 (MSN 13816) to Netherlands East Indies AF as R-370 and became PK-SAG of Batavia Flying Club June 1948.  
				Preserved at Mandala Air and Space Museum, Suryadarma AFB, Subang, West Java, Indonesia as R-370
			5077 (MSN 13817) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-371
			5078 (MSN 13818) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-372
			5079 (MSN 13819) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-373
			5081 (MSN 13821) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-374
			5083 (MSN 13823) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-375
			5116 (MSN 13856) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-376
			5121 (MSN 13861) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-377
			5128 (MSN 13868) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-378
			5143 (MSN 13883) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-379
			5146 (MSN 13886) to Netherland East Indies AF Jun 1947 as R-380
			5157 (MSN 13897) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 12
			5162 (MSN 13902) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 13
			5170 (MSN 13910) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 14
			5178 (MSN 13918) to Turkish Army Sep 1948, code 15
			5191 (MSN 13931) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29669
			5192 (MSN 13932) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29670
			5193 (MSN 13933) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29671
			5194 (MSN 13934) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29672
			5195 (MSN 13935) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29673 
			5196 (MSN 13936) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29674.
			5197 (MSN 13937) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29675
			5198 (MSN 13938) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29676
			5199 (MSN 13939) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29677.
			5200 (MSN 13940) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29678
45-5201/5275	Waco CG-4A-WO
			5201 to RAF as Hadrian II KK918.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
			5202 to RAF as Hadrian II KK919.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
			5203 to RAF as Hadrian II KK920.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
45-5276/5660	Waco CG-15A
45-5661/5975	Northwestern CG-4A-NW
			Waco Model NZR built under contract by Northwestern
			5689 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ735.  Not delivered
			5690 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ736.  Not delivered
			5691 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  Not delivered
			5730 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ740.  Not delivered
			5731 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ737.  Not delivered
			5737 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ758.  Not delivered
			5749 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ739  Not delivered
			5751/5759 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ741/VJ749.  Not delivered
			5762 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ750.  Not delivered
			5763 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  Not delivered
			5764/8 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ751/5.  Not delivered
			5770 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK.  Not delivered
			5771 to RAF as Hadrian II VJ756.  Not delivered
			5775 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ757.  
			5777 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ758.  
			5779/5782 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ759/VJ762.  
			5788/5789 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ763/VJ764.  
			5796/5800 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ765/VJ769.  
			5802/5807 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ770/VJ775.  
			5818 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ776. 
			5847/5848 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ777/VJ778. 
			5850/5851 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ779/VJ780. 
			5860 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ781.  
			5862/5863 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ826/VJ827.  
			5866/5880 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ828/VJ842.  
			5888/5889 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ843/VJ844.  
			5890/5891 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ821/VJ822.  
45-5976/6700	Ford CG-4A-FO
			Waco Model NZR built under contract by Ford
			5978 (76th TCS, 435th TCG) w/o in midair collision near Bretigny, 
				France May 14, 1945.
			6004 to RAF as Hadrian II KK921.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
			6009 to RAF as Hadrian II KK923.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
			6097 (43uth TCG, 85th TCS) lost Mar 24, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13357.
			6158 (436th TCG, 82nd TCS) lost Mar 24, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13367
			6182 hit by enemy fire after being released from towline over Wesel,
				Germany and crashlanded Mar 24, 1945.  MACR 13433.
			6186 (436th TCG, 81st TCS) lost Mar 24, 1945, Germany.  MACR 13362.
			6348 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ845.  
			6369 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ846.  
			6371/6372 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ847/VJ848.  
			6384 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ823.  
			6417 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ824.
			6419 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK573, but not delivered.
			6431 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK574, but not delivered  
			6476 tail and other components used in construction of '237123', a CG-4A
				on display at Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington, England
			6503 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK575, but not delivered
			6506 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK576, but not delivered
			6511 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK577, but not delivered
			6512 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK578, but not delivered
			6513 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK579, but not delivered
			6530 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK580, but not delivered
			6536/6541 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK581/VK586, but not delivered
			6544 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK587, but not delivered
			6545 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK588, but not delivered
			6548 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK589, but not delivered
			6552 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK590, but not delivered
			6553 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK591, but not delivered
			6555 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK592, but not delivered
			6558 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK593, but not delivered
			6560 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK594, but not delivered
			6561 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK595, but not delivered
			6562 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK596, but not delivered
			6563 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK597, but not delivered
			6564 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK598, but not delivered
			6566 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK599, but not delivered
			6567 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK600, but not delivered
			6570 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK601, but not delivered
			6571 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK602, but not delivered
			6573 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK603, but not delivered
			6574 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK604, but not delivered
			6583/6587 were to have been transferred to RAF as VK605/VK609, but not delivered
			6588 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK623, but not delivered
			6590 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK624, but not delivered
			6592 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK625, but not delivered
			6593 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK626, but not delivered
			6595 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK627, but not delivered
			6596 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK628, but not delivered
			6597 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK629, but not delivered
			6598 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK630, but not delivered
			6600/6606 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK631/VK637, but not delivered
			6607 to RAF as Hadrian II KK922.  SOC Feb 28, 1946
			6608 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK638, but not delivered
			6609 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK639, but not delivered
			6611 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK640, but not delivered
			6613 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK641, but not delivered
			6614 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK642, but not delivered
			6415 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK643, but not delivered
			6616 was to have been transferred to RAF as VK644, but not delivered
			6625/6631 were to have been transferred to RAF as VK645/VK651, but not delivered
			6633/6636 were to have been transferred to RAF as VK652/VK655, but not delivered
45-6701/7700	Reserved (not sure what for)
45-7701/8300	Douglas-Long Beach B-17G-100-DL Fortress
			Contract cancelled
45-8301		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1515
45-8302		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1516
45-8303		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1517.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
45-8304		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1518
45-8305		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1519.  Modified as F-80C-11-LO
45-8306		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1520.  With 67th TRW, 15th TRS flamed out and ditched in Wonsan Harbor Oct 30, 1952. 
45-8307		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1521
			Modified as F-80C-11-LO
45-8308		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1522.  Ditched due to flameout while attempting landing at Cho-do, Korea May 23, 1953.
45-8309		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1523.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
45-8310		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1524.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
45-8311		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1525
45-8312		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1526
45-8313		Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1527.  Upgraded to P-80A-10-LO
45-8314		Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1528
45-8315/8363	Lockheed P-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1529/1577
			8315 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8316 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8318 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8319 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8320 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8321 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8324 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8325 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8326 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8327 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8328 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8329 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8330 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8331 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8334 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8335 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8336 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8337 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8339 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8342 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8343 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8346 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8347 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8348 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8350 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8351 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8353 (56th FG, 61st FS) crashed in training accident Selfridge Field, MI Sep 9, 1974.  Pilot killed
			8354 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8355 modified to P-80A-10-LO
			8357 modified as F-80C-11-LO.  Now on display at Robins AFB, Georgia.
			8358 modified as F-80C-11-LO
			8359 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8362 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8363 modified as F-80C-11-LO
45-8364/8477	Lockheed FP-80A-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1578/1691
			8372/8375 upgraded to RF-80C-11-LO
			8380 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) crashed SE of K-14, Korea Feb 21, 1952.
			8383 upgraded to RF-80C-11-LO
			8386 in ground accident with 45-8462 and 45-8391 at unknown date.
				(543rd TSG, 8th TRS) lost on mission Sep 16, 1950.
			8391 in ground accident with 45-8462 and 45-8386 at unknown date.
			8392 (543rd TSG, 8th TRS) MIA near Pyongyang, N. Korea Oct 20, 1950.
			8393 lost Dec 1, 1950.
			8398 at EAA Museum in Oshkosh, WI in 1983 is really 48-0868 N80PP.  Not sure if it is still there.
			8405 (543rd TSG, 8th TRS) lost on mission between Chockyon-dong and Sungin-myon,
				Korea Sep 11, 1950.
			8406 modified as RF-80A-15-LO
			8421 upgraded to RF-80C-11-LO
			8428 (363rd TRW) seen at Friendship Airport, Baltimore, MD Mar 1951.
			8430 at Castle Air Museum, CA
			8432 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) MIA on mission between Taegu and Sinmak, N. Korea Jun 10, 1951.
			8434 failed to return, Panama, Jan 20, 1948
			8440 (49th FBG, 8th FBS) MIA Korea Jan 26, 1952.
			8447 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) crashed Feb 28, 1952 while returning from mission over Korea.
			8457 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) shot down by AAA 10 mi N. of Pyongyang, N. Korea Feb 28, 1952.
			8462 in ground accident with 45-8386 and 45-8391 at unknown date.
			8472 (67th TRW, 15th TRS) shot down by MiGs near Sinanju, N. Korea Oct 2, 1951.
45-8478/8480	Lockheed P-80B-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1692/1694
45-8481		Lockheed P-80B-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1695
45-8482/8565	Lockheed P-80B-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1696/1779
			8484,8485,8528,8538,8561 used in tests of guidance system of Bell GAM-63 missile, tests carried out at 
				Holloman AFB between Jun 1953 and Nov 1954.
			8489 assigned to 159th Fighter Squadron, Jet Propelled (159 FSJ), Florida ANG 
			8490 on display at Castle Air Museum, CA.
			8492 struck ground during dive bombing pass 17 mi ESE of Muroc, CA Aug 26, 1947.
			8501 was on display at Chanute AFB Museum, IL.  In 2013 was mounted on a pole at Kirtland FAB, New Mexico.
			8517 on display at Baton Rouge park
			8530 w/o Jan 15, 1952 in fatal accident at Williams AFB, AZ
			8544 assigned to 159th Fighter Squadron, Jet Propelled (159 FSJ), Florida ANG 
			8557 transferred to USN as TO-1 BuNo 29690.  After the Navy finished with it it was returned to USAF.  To USAF Museum
				system and put on display at Holloman AFB, New Mexico and painted to resemble F-80C 49-853
45-8566/8595	Lockheed P-80B-5-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1780/1809
			8570 assigned to 159th Fighter Squadron, Jet Propelled (159 FSJ), Florida ANG 
			8591 (3525th FTW) crashed 4 mi E of Williams AFB, AZ Nov 16, 1950 after engine 
				exploded.  Piloted ejected, but was seriously injured.
45-8596/8717	Lockheed P-80B-1-LO Shooting Star
			MSN 080-1810/1931
			8606 (23rd FBS, 36th FBG) wing tank came off and hit tail during simulated armed recon flight
				and crashed near Ochsenfurt, Germany Sep 19, 1950
			8612 on display at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			8632 (36th FW, 53rd FS) crashed at Helmstadt, Germany Feb 24, 1949 after high speeed stall in rain and
				low visibility.  Pilot killed.
			8672 was Colorado ANG Demo Team aircraft.
			8683 assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH.
				Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 10, 1953 to Sep 16, 1958
				Registered as NACA 152.  Salvage Langley AFB, VA
			8704 retired to MASDC July 1958.  Now on display at Aerospace Museum of California, at former McClellan AFB, California.
45-8718/8800	Lockheed P-80B Shooting Star
			Contract cancelled
45-8801/8899	North American B-25J-35/37-NC Mitchell
			MSN 108-47652/108-47750 (Andrade quotes 108-47552/47650)
			8806  in accident at Vance AFB, OK.
			8811 (MSN 108-47562) to civilian registry as N9621C.  Airworthy
				in France with Flying Legends at Dijon-Longvic as F-AZID.  Reported Feb 2005
				to be sold to Semalog AG of Switzerland, with registration HB-RDE reserved.
				Jan 2005.  Has left Switzerland and registered F-AZZU.
			8822 converted to TB-25N and then to VB-25N
			8824 to civil registry as N75150
			8829 to civil registry as N66548 "The Flying Seal"
			8830 to civil registry as NL2424
			8834 to civil registry as NC300
			8835 to RFC Oct 1945.  Used by Bendix as test bed under civilian registry of
				 N69345 for next 20 years.  In 1972, to Canadian registry as C-FDKU.  Used as
				a water bomber with G&M Aircraft,
				Alberta, Canada.  Sold in 1994 to C&P Aviation of
				MN and reregistered as N5672V.  Currently being
				restored at Chino, CA.  Now with Texas Flying Legends Musem
			8836 to civil registry as N64384
			8843 (MSN 108-47694) delivered Aug 1945.  Converted to VB-25N.  SOC 1958 to civil registry as N9091H 1958,
				cancelled, then became XB-HEY, cancelled.  Deliberately burned for scene in "Catch 22' and remains
				buried 1969 at Guaymas Airfield, Sonora, Mexico.
			8846	1st WRS. Detached to Kindley Field, Bermuda 1945
			8851 to civil registry as N8093H, then N190V.  Reported derelict at
				Ocala, FL by 1968
			8869 (TB-25) disappeared 11/5/1945 on flight from Bolling AFB
				to Newfoundland.  6 missing.
			8882 to civil registry as N32T.  Reported derelict at Teterboro, NJ
				by 1970, then gone to Pawling, NY where one static display airframe was
				apparently made from this an PBJ BuNo 35876.  
			8883 (MSN 108-47734) N75755, then C-GCWA (ntu), then C-GCWM.  Airworthy with Canadian Warplane Heritage,
				Hamilton, Ontario.  Restored as HD372 of 98Sqdn RAF.
			8884 airworthy at Alpharetta, GA as N5833B, named "Lady Luck".  Previously owned by Air acres Air Museum of
				Cartersville, Georgia nicknamed "Georgia Girl".  Ex C-GCWJ, N3156G.  
			8887 (TB-25N) dismantled and stored at Aero Trader,
				Chino, CA. N3680G.  Suffered undercarriage collapse while landing
				at Vega, TX sometime around 1978 and trucked dismantled to Borrego
				Springs, CA.  Reported 1984 stored at Aero Traders, Chino, CA
			8891 converted to VB-25J VIP transport
			8896 to N9075Z
			8898 (TB-25N) airworthy at Scottsdale AZ in RAF
				color scheme as N898BW.
45-8900/9244	cancelled contract for B-25J-35-NC Mitchell
			MSN 108-47751/48095
45-9245/11342	Cancelled contract
45-9478		Rotorcraft XR-11 
			Some have questioned if this is a valid number, but I have seen a photograph
				of a helicopter with this serial number on it.
45-11343/11542	North American P-51D-25-NT Mustang
			MSN 124-48096/48295
			11350 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) ditched in bay south of K-10 due to engine failure
				Mar 18, 1951.
			11353 (292nd FS, Nevada ANG) crashed at Reno AFB, Nevada during mock dogfight Dec 11, 1949, killing pilot
				Croston Stead.  Base was subsequently named Stead AFB in his honor.
			11356 (6002nd TSW, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire Aug 5, 1950.
			11360 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed near Yangyon-ni, Korea Oct 7, 1951.  Pilot bailed out.
			11361 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA near Mundung-ni, Korea Apr 13, 1951.
				Pilot bailed out.
			11365 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashlanded at K-16, Korea Jul 5, 1951.
			11367 to civil registry as N2871D, rebuilt as N63810, then to N451BC.  Reported in 
				1990 as being airworthy as N63810.
			11370 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed near Yo-do, Korea Mar 2, 1951.
			11371 (MSN 124-48124) according to a 1987 edition of 'FlyPast' magazine, 
				this aircraft went to the Nicaraguan National Guard as GN 121 and in 1963 
				became N12067 Jul 8, 1963, cancelled. In 1970 it became N1051 and was used for display purposes by 
				Myrick Aviation in the UK.  To N751CB, cancelled.  N10515, cancelled.  To N51KF Mar 10, 1994.  
				On July 2, 1995 the aircraft struck the ground in Malone, New York. The airplane was destroyed, and 
				the pilot was fatally injured. The airplane was part of an airshow at the Malone Airport. The accident 
				pilot was the lead airplane of two F-51s. After the 2nd pass, the airplane was observed to 
				perform a right turn of 90degrees. This was to be followed by a left turn of 270degrees, to reverse 
				course for another flyby; however, as the bank increased to near 90 degrees, the nose dropped, and the 
				airplane disappeared from view while rotating to the right.  Registration cancelled May 18, 2012
			11381 to civil registry 1963 as N5471V.  Crashed Jun 1981 and rebuilt 1983 as
				C-GRLR "Flying Undertaker".  To N151MR Apr 1985, to N551CB later in 1985.
				Airworthy as N551CB with Carrier Aviation of Advance, NC, painted as
				44-14888 "Glamorous Glen III".  Crashed at Lincolnton, NC Sep 6, 2001 after 
				experiencing engine failure.  Two people aboard the plane parachuted to safety.
				Registration N51CY reserved Feb 8, 2007, so being rebuilt following
				the accident.  N51CY taken up Mar 28, 2007.
			11386 (MSN 124-48139) operated by 182nd FS, Texas ANG.  To Costa Rica AF in 1955.  W/o Jan 22, 1956 in
				landing accident at San Jose after an anniversary flypast.
			11390 (2nd SAAF Sq) shot down by ground fire in Punchbowl, Korea Sep 5, 1951.
			11391 (MSN 124-48144) to civil registry as N6170C, N5151N, N51WT (Feb 1976).  Reregistered N51MV Oct 2002
			11398 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed in water near Sin-Do, Korea Oct 15, 1950.
			11399 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed into hill Mar 15, 1951.
			11404 (35th FIW, 8th FBS) collided with L-17 near Haeju, Korea and crashed Oct 16, 1950.
			11407 (18th FBG, 39th FBS) shot down by AAA at Hakkyo-ri, Korea Jul 5, 1951.
			11408 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) hit by ground fire and belly landed near Tok-Chon, 
				Korea Nov 30,
			11411 to SAAF as 381.  To ROKAF
			11412 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) gear collapsed during landing Nov 19, 1952
			11417 (2nd SAAF sq) mechanical failure Feb 11, 1952.
			11419 (2nd SAAF Sq, "Shy Talk") lost in Korea Apr 20, 1952.  Pilot KIA
			11420 (185h FBG, 12th FBS) hit by ground fire and crash landed in
				rice paddy near 38th parallel Apr 25, 1951.
			11427 (18th FBG) shot down by AAA near Suan, Korea Feb 2, 1951.
			11429 (No 2 Sqdn, SAAF) lost Mar 4, 1951, Korea
			11430 (35th FIW) crashlanded and salvaged Dec 19, 1950.
			11438 (18th FBG, 20th Weather Sq) MIA Sep 3, 1950.
			11439 on civil registry as N51HY
			11443/11450 converted as TP-51D two-seat trainer.
			11452 pictured at Stout Field, Indiana in 1947 in Indiana ANG markings.
			11453 to civil registry as N5479V, to Bolivian AF as FAB 511.  Sold as C-GXUP May 1978
				but NTU and became N59038.  Reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N551MR.
			11454 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) crashed into sea N of Ashiya AB, Kyushu, Japan Aug 15, 1950.
			11455 to RAAF as A68-800.  Scrapped Nov 15, 1949
			11456 crashed on delivery to SAAF.
			11458 to RAAF as A68-801.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953.  To
				Bolivian AF in 1954 as FAB 504.  Crashed at La Paz Jul 21, 1972
			11461 to RAAF as A68-802.  Broke up while recovering from dive over
				Iwakuni ranges Dec 3, 1948 and crashed into sea off Japan.
			11462 to RAAF as A68-803.  Scrapped May 22, 1951
			11464 to RAAF as A68-804.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953.  Became
				N4687V, registration cancelled Jan 6, 1955 on sale to Bolivia.
				To Bolivian AF as FAB-502 in 1954.  Crashed at Rosapata Mar 23, 1963.
				Must have been repaired, since reservation N339US reserved Jun 4, 2008
			11465 to RAAF as A68-805.  Scrapped Apr 15, 1948
			11466 to RAAF as A68-806.  To South Korean AF Nov 11, 1952
			11467 to RAAF as A68-807.  Relegated to use as target Apr 1, 1952.
			11469 to civil registry as N5417V
			11470 to SAAF as 382.  Returned to USAAF
			11471 to civil registry as N5481V, N332, then N51UR with Lady Alice Corp, Wilmington, DE.
				Registration N51ZM reserved Jan 3, 2006, taken up Mar 31, 2006.
			11473 to RAAF as A68-808.  Sold in Korea Nov 8, 1953
			11474 to RAAF as A68-809.  Crashed Sep 9, 1950 during ground attack mission against
				Angang-ni, Korea.  Pilot KIA.
			11475 (2nd SAAF) pilot bailed out over water due to engine trouble SE of Wonsan, Korea Feb 2, 1951.
			11476 (35th FIW, 40th FIS) crashed after takeoff from K-9, Korea Jan 5, 1951.
			11477 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashlanded to aid downed pilot May 11, 1951.
			11479 to RAAF as A68-810.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 as N4674V.
				To Bolivian AF as FAB-501 in 1954.  Crashed Sep 5, 1966.  Registered N305PM
				Mar 14, 2008, so must have been repaired.
			11481 to RAAF as A68-811.  Collided in midair with another RAAF Mustang 
				(A68-765, ex 44-84492) Mar 17, 1949.
				Pilot bailed out and was recovered.  Other Mustang landed safely.
			11482 to RAAF as A68-812.  RAF records say missing 30 mi N of East Taegu Jan 14, 1951.
			11483 to RAAF as A68-813.  Sold to American Aeronautics Corp Feb 23, 1953 as N4674V.
				To Bolivian AF as FAB-503 in 1954.  Crashed at La Paz May 22, 1965.  
				Back to USA.  Now on civil registry as N286JB.
			11484 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by AAA Jun 19, 1951, pilot KIA.
			11489 To Trans Florida Aviation, Sarasota, FL 1959.  Registered as N5421V, then N551D Mar 17, 1966,
				cancelled Jun 29, 1966.  Rebuilt as 2nd Cavalier prototype.  Stan Hoke/Stanley Dunbar Studies, 
				Charlotte, NC 1963-1964.  Flew as race #99.  Crashed during aerobatics Lincoln, VA Apr 17, 1966.
				Ed Browning/Brownings Inc, Roberts, ID 1978.  Registered as N5421V, cancelled.
			11490 to New Zealand as NZ2401 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Damaged after crashing during overshoot caused by
				undercarriage problem at Taieri May 10, 1953.  To instructional airfram INST162 at Woodbourne Jan 1954.
				Consigned to base dump in 1955-56 and later sold as scrap.
			11491 to New Zealand as NZ2402 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Apr 1957, stored and scrapped 1958.
			11492 to New Zealand as NZ2403 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Feb 1957, stored and scrapped 1961 
			11493 to New Zealand as NZ2404 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Crashed at Tongaporutu in northern Taranaki on a flight
				from Ohakea to Whenuapai after pilot became disoriented in cloud and lost control Dec 22, 1953.
			11494 to New Zealand as NZ2405 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Damaged in takeoff accident at Taieri after power loss
				Nov 9, 1953.  To instructional airframe INST164 at Woodbourne Jan 19, 1954.  Broken up 1955-56.
			11495 to New Zealand as NZ2406 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU Dec 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.  Parts
				of this aircraft sold to user in UK for rebuild to flying condition.  Registered N5551DZ to Robert S. Baker 
				Jul 25, 2006.  
			11496 to New Zealand as NZ2407 Aug 1945.  Aircraft had been damaged during unloading at Auckland when it was
				dropped on a wharf bollard and received ventral damage aft of the mainplane.  Never flown in New
				Zealand. Stored until 1952.  Reduced to spares at Te Rapa Aug/Sep 1953.  WFU Feb 1957 and scrapped in 1961. 
			11498 to New Zealand as NZ2408 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU after damaged in air-to-air firng at Ohakea
				Oct 7, 1954 while towing a drogue.  Scrapped in 1961.
			11499 to New Zealand as NZ2409 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
			11500 to New Zealand as NZ2410 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU in 1957, stored and scrapeed 1958.
				There is an ex-Indonesian Mustang painted as NZ2410 on display at Wigram, NZ.
			11501 to New Zealand as NZ2411 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Crashed at tongaporutu in northern Taranaki on a flight
				from Ohakea to Whenuapai after pilot became disoriented in cloud and lost control Dec 22, 1953
			11502 to New Zealand as NZ2412 Aug 1945.  Stored until May 1952.  Broke up during pull out for high speed dive over
				Springston, near Christchurch Apr 23, 1955.
			11503 to New Zealand as NZ2413 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jul 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored and scrapped 1958.
			11504 to New Zealand as NZ2414 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jul 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored ans scrappee 1958
			11505 to New Zealand as NZ2415 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jun 1952.  Damaged in landing accident at Wigram after losing
				power on approach Jan 23, 1954.  to Woodbourne for repair but remained there until sold, badly damaged and minus
				engine May 1958 and scrapped.  44-74829 now flying in New Zealand as NZ2415.
			11506 to New Zealand as NZ2416 Sep 1945.  Stored until Jul 1952.  WFU Sep 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
			11507 to New Zealand as NZ2417 Sep 1945. WFU Aug 1955, stored and sold May 1958.   To ZK-CCG Nov 1964, stored 1968
				and cancelled Aug 9, 1974.  Sold in USA to Experimental Aircraft Association Flying Museum, Spokane,
				Washingtonas as N921 1975.  Reported 1991 to be at Weeks Air Museum, Tamiami, FL.  Seen at
				Fantasy of Flight Museum, Polk, FL painted as 44-13321.
			11508 to New Zealand as NZ2418 Sep 1945. Stored until 1952.  WFU Aug 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
			11509 to New Zealand as NZ2419 Sep 1945. Stored until Jul 1952.  Force landed near Manaia after engine overheated
				Feb 19, 1954.  W/o as reduced to spares at Wolodbourne Feb 12, 1955.
			11510 to New Zealand as NZ2420 Sep 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Jan 1957, stored and scrapped 1958.
			11511 to New Zealand as NZ2421 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU Aug 1955, stored and scrapped 1958.
			11512 to New Zealand as NZ2422 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFU Nov 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
			11513 to New Zealand as NZ2423 Aug 1945.  Stored un1il 1952.  WFU 1957 and sold.  Reported in 1990 as being under 
				restoration in New Zealand.  Currently stored at Mapua
			11514 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by ground fire 3 mi E of Pukchin, Korea Nov 11, 1950. 
			11515 to New Zealand as NZ2424 Aug 1945.  Stored until Jun 1952.  Dove into Lyttleton Harbor from high altitude due
				to oxygen failure Sep 27, 1952.
			11516 to New Zealand as NZ2425 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Went missing N of Auckland  Mar 20, 1955.  Believed
				to have crashed into Tasman Sea
			11517 to New Zealand as NZ2426 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  WFu Aug 1955, stored and scapped 1958.
			11518 to New Zealand as NZ2427 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Aug 1955, stored and sold 1958.
				Rebuilt in the UK as G-MTSG Sep 2, 1997, but painted as 44-14419.  Crashed near Hardwick Airfield,
				East Anglia, UK Oct 2, 2016.  One killed, one seriously injured.
			11519 to New Zealand as NZ2428 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  WFU Oct 1955, stored and scrapped 1961.
			11521 to New Zealand as NZ2429 Aug 1945.  Stored until Aug 1951.  Force landed on beach at Raumai after power loss
				on bombing run Feb 27, 1952.  Dismantled and returned to Ohakea and later used as weapons range target.
				Main fuselage to Phuilip Warner in UK early 21st centure for use in rebuild of NZ2406.
			11522 to New Zealand as NZ2430 Aug 1945.  Stored until 1952.  Crashed after suffering an engine seizure on takeoff
				from Ohakea Feb 10, 1955.  W/o as reduced to spares.	
			11525 to Indonesian AF; returned to USA and to War Eagles Air Museum, Santa Teresa, 
				NM.  In 1997 bought by Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders and operated as N151AF.
				Still airworthy as N151AF with Heritage Flight Museum, Eastsound, WA.
				Reported Airworthy in 1990 as N91JB
			11526 (MSN 124-48279) registered in Australia Aug 12, 1999 as VH-FST.  Was noted Mar 2, 2003 at 
				Busselton Air Show, Western Australia painted as '472505'.
			11529 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed near Taedong River, N. Korea Jun 9, 1951.
			11534 (6131st W, 8th FBS) pilot bailed out due to mechanical problems Nov 10, 1950.
			11536 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashlanded S of Taegu in bad weather Feb 8, 1951.  w/o
			11538 (18th FBG, 36th FBS) probably lost to AAA Sep 2, 1950.
			11539 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) hit wire while on SAR mission Jun 15, 1952.  Hit by AAA 
				while on SAR mission Jan 14, 1953.
			11540 on civil registry as N151W with JRMC, INC, of Chesterton, IN.  To N5162V, crashed
				Columbia, MO Feb 176, 166.  Reported that parts would be used for N79111 (44-15651)
				but it appears that it was rebuilt instead.
			11541 (8th FBG, 35th FBS) pilot bailed otu S of Kanggye, Korea Nov 22, 1950.
				Also listed as with 2nd SAAF Sq and shot down by AAA Mar 10, 1951.
45-11543/11742	North American P-51D-30-NT Mustang
			MSN 124-48296/48495
			11546 to N5470V, to Northern Air Services, Grand Rapids, MI (1963-1964) registered 
				as N518M. to Don Shepard of Houston, Texas (1966) registered as N518MC, to 
				Douglas L. Champlin of Enid, OK (1969) registered as N518M, to Well Aircraft 
				Inc. of Hutchinson, KS (Aug. 1969) registered as N518M. Next to Enrique Zobel 
				of Manila, Philippines (1970) registered as PI-C1046 (later RP-C1046). next 
				to John P. Wright of San Francisco, CA (1971-1982) registered as N51JW. 
				September 11, 1982 crashed and was destroyed while performing aerobatics at 
				Elko, NV - Wright + 1 was killed.
			11553 to civil registry as N5415V, N713DW, N22DC, N51T, N51TZ, NL38JC.  Now on civil registry as N51VF with Blue Sky Aviation, Streetman, TX
				Reported in 1990 as being airworthy as N5415V
			11558 on civil registry as N514DK with DK Warbirds, Inc, Las Vegas, NV.  Reported in
				1990 as being airworthy as N6175C
			11559 to civil registry as N5469V Dec 1957, the N6451D Dec 1967, to Honduras AF as FAH 401, then on civil registry as
				N30FF in 1974, then N51MX with Gardner Capital Management Corp, New York, NY.
				Now N451TB, with "adopted ID" of 45-11153.
			11560 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) hit ridge while strafing near Sakchu, Korea Nov 27, 1950.
			11563 (2nd Sqdn, SAAF) lost in Korea Aug 30, 1951.
			11570 (18th FBG) crashed Dec 16, 1950.
			11571 to civil registry as N5415V, then N51T
			11578 (67th TRW, 45th TRS) crashed due to engine trouble Nw of Sesari, Korea Mar 3, 1951.
			11582 (336th FS, 4th FG, "Spam Can").  Airworthy as NL5441V with Air Museum, Chino, CA.
			11586 (MSN 124-48339) to civil registry as N5423V, then N51HT.  Crashed at Ottawa airshow Jul 1, 1990,
				killing the pilot.  Has either been or is being rebuilt following
				the crash, and reregistered N51PE Apr 7, 2005.  Now at Texas Flying Legends Museum
			11593 (35th FIW, 39th FIS) shot down by MiGs near Sinmi-do, N. Korea Jun 20, 1951.
			11594 (35th FIW) hit by ground fire and crashlanded 15 mi N of K-16 May 5, 1951.
			11599 (ROKAF) shot down by AAA near Goesong, Korea Mar 6, 1953.
			11605 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) shot down by AAA near Pyongyang, N. Korea Sep 1, 1951.
			11606 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) hit by AAA over Sunchon, Korea and landed on sandbar
				in Taedong River Oct 5, 1950.
			11607 to SAAF as 384.  Returned to USAAF
			11609 (18th FBG) salvaged Dec 7, 1950.
			11613 (45th TRS, "Linda and Bobby Jr") shot down in Korea Nov 2, 1951 by AAA
			11619 (6146th Air Base Sq, ROKAF) shot down by ground fire Jun 26, 1952.
			11620 to civil registry as N2872D.  Crashed Jun 9, 1973 in Lake County, CA, killing 
				William Penn Patrick, who ran against Ronald Reagan for California governor.
			11627 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed while landing Jun 24, 1952.
			11628 on civil registry as N151X with Ho Hun, Inc of Mesa, AZ.
			11632 (2nd SAAF Sq) crashed during strafing run near Yonghung, N. Korea Feb 7, 1951.
			11633 on civil registry as N151MW with Lady Alice Corp, Wilmington, DE.  Reported
				in 1990 as being N5413V.
			11636 to civil registry as N5467V, then N11636.
			11643 (18th FBG) lost Apr 5, 1952.
			11646 to SAAF as 390.  Returned to USAAF
			11647 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) crashed into sea 10 mi W of Yonan, S. Korea Jan 18, 1951.
			11648 (2nd Sqdn, SAAF) lost in Korea Feb 24, 1952
			11656 (TF-6D, 363rd PRG, 161st PRS) crashlanded at Brooks Field, TX
				Sep 3, 1946.
			11700 on civil registry as N5422V with Leeward Aero Sales, Miami, FL.  Ended up serving in Cuban AF
				as FAR-400. It was secretly flown to a rebel airfield in Cuba Nov 23, 1958
			11704 (2nd SAAF Sq) believed shot down by MiG Mar 20, 1952.
			11707 (2nd SAAF Sq) MIA Apr 10, 1952.
			11732 (18th FBG, 67th FBS) shot down by AAA Sep 22, 1951.
			11736 (18th FBG, 12th FBS) crashed Apr 13, 1952 after target run.
			11738 to SAAF as 396.  Returned to USAAF
			11742 (18th FBG, 39th FIS) hit by ground fire and crashlanded at liaison strip Oct 18, 1951.
45-11743		North American P-51M Mustang
			MSN 124-48496
45-11744/12742	North American P-51M Mustang
			MSN 124-48497/49495.  Contract cancelled.  
45-12743/12784	Waco CG-15A-WO
			12749 nose on display as CG-4A at Atterbury-Balakar Air Museum, Columbus, Indiana.
45-12785/13232	Waco CG-15A-WO
			Contract cancelled
45-13233/13387	G&A CG-4A-GA
			Waco Model NZR built under contract by G&A Aircraft
			13233/13236 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ268/VJ271.  
			13238/13239 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ272/VJ273.  
45-13388/13682	G&A CG-4A-GA
			Contract cancelled
45-13683/13949	Northwestern CG-4A-NW
			Waco Model NZR built under contract by Northwestern
			13745/13746 delivered to RAF in India.  RAF serial unknown and may
				never have been issued.
			13786 delivered to RAF in India.  RAF serial unknown and may
				never have been issued
			13817 delivered to RAF in India.  RAF serial unknown and may
				never have been issued
45-13950/14033	Northwestern CG-4A-NW
			Contract cancelled
45-14034/14043	Northwestern PG-2A-NI
45-14044/14093	Northwestern PG-2A-NI
			Contract cancelled
45-14094/14121	Northwestern CG-4A-NW
			Waco Model NZR built under contract by Northwestern
45-14122/14542	Northwestern CG-4A-NW
			Contract cancelled
45-14543/15062	Commonwealth CG-4A-CM
			Waco Model NZR built under contract by Northwestern
			14647 at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ.
			14658 became a childrens playhouse in Pennsylvania. the lumber from the 5 crates were used to add on to the buyers house
                  	(sold as surplus by War Assets Administration ) for $75.(crated)(1100 sold, 5 crates each plane))
			14807 delivered to RAF in India.  RAF serial unknown and may
				never have been issued
			14821 delivered to RAF in India.  RAF serial unknown and may
				never have been issued
			14823/14825 delivered to RAF in India.  RAF serial unknown and may
				never have been issued
			15009 in Aug 1945 to 4820th AAF Base Unit (Specialized Depot Fairfeild Air Technical Service Command), 
				South Bend, IN.  In Sep 1945 to 4831st AAF Base Unit (SD, FATSC), Parcel Supply Depot, Shelby, OH
				In  Jan 1946 declared excess.  In Jul 1946 to War Assets Administration and disposed as salvage
				Now under restoration at Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover AFB, DE
45-15063/15142	Commonwealth CG-4A-CM
			Contract cancelled  ?
			15073 is reported as one of two CG-4As whose restored fuselages were rolled out at Lenhart 
				Airpark, Hubbard, OR Oct 5, 1996 (the other being 45-15821).  On display at Airborne and Special Operatons
				Museum, Fayetteville, NC
45-15143/16239	Ford CG-4A-FO
			Waco Model NZR built under contract by Ford
			15147 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ274. 
			15149/15152 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ275/VJ278.  
			15154 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ279.  
			15160/15162 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ280/VJ282 .  
			15164/15165 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ283/VJ284.  
			15166 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ313
			15168/15170 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ314/VJ316.  
			15173 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ317.  
			15175 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ318.  
			15178/15180 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ319/VJ321.  
			15183/15184 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ322/VJ323.  
			15186/15188 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ324/VK326. 
			15191/15193 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ327/VJ329.  
			15195 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ330.  
			15197/15211 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK VJ331/VJ345.  
			15213 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ346.  
			15220/15222 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ347/VJ349.  
			15223/15224 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ368/VJ369.  
			15226/15227 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ370/VJ371.  
			15229/15237 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ372/VJ380.  
			15239/15240 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ381/VJ382.  
			15242/15252 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ383/VJ393.  
			15270/15271 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ394/VJ395.  
			15273/15274 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ396/VJ397.  
			15276/15277 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ398/VJ399.  
			15282/15288 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ400/VJ406.  
			15294/15296 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ407/VJ409.  
			15298 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ410.  
			15300 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ411.  
			15302 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ412.  
			15304 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ413.  
			15305 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ136
			15307 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ261.  
			15314 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ122.  
			15318/15319 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ126 and VJ125.  
			15321 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ127.  
			15323 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ213.
			15325 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ120 
			15326 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ247
			15327 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ259
			15328 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ253
			15329 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ254    
			15342 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ211.  
			15345 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ252.  
			15360 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ250. 
			15362 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ251.
			15363 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ262
			15364 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ142
			15366 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ241
			15367 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ134
			15368 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ218
			15369 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ150
			15370 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ152
			15371 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ141
			15372 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ151
			15373 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ131
			15374 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ219
			15375 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ220
			15377 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ123
			15378 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ135
			15379 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ249
			15380 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ204
			15381 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ214
			15383 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ160
			15385 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ129
			15388 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ199
			15389 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ217
			15390 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ244
			15391 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ162
			15392 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ205
			15393 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ153
			15394 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ163
			15395 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ124
			15396 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ242
			15397 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ198
			15399 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ212
			15400 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ221
			15401 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ209
			15402 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ202
			15403 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ266
			15406 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ264
			15408 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ138
			15409 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ139
			15410 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ140
			15415 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ156
			15416 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ157
			15417 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ267
			15419 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ147
			15421 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ145
			15423 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ215
			15424 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ148
			15425 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ146
			15427 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ263
			15428 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ245
			15429 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ133
			15430 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ206
			15431 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ207
			15432 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ149
			15433 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ161
			15434 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ144
			15435 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ201
			15436 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ164
			15437 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ143
			15438 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ159
			15439 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ137
			15440 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ216
			15441 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ200
			15443 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ265
			15445 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ158
			15446 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ154
			15447 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ165
			15448 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ130
			15449 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ128
			15450 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ208
			15451 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ203
			15454 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ257
			15455 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ256
			15458 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ155
			15465 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ210
			15466 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ246
			15467 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ248
			15468 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ222
			15469 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ260
			15470 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ239
			15471 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ240
			15472 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ255
			15473 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ258
			15474 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ243
			15477 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ132
			15483 transferred to RAF from USAAF stocks in UK as VJ121
			15565/7 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15569 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15572/3 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15574 at Cradle of Aviation Museum, NY
			15575/9 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15584/5 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15587 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			155765 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15768/9 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15788/91 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15819 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15821 reported as one of two CG-4As whose restored fuselages were rolled out at Lenhart Airpark, 
				Hubbard, OR Oct 5, 1996 (the other being 45-15073).
			15865 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15872 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15880/1 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15955/62 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			15965 reported Feb 25, 2008 at Air Zoo, Kalamazoo, MI painted as 42-46574.
45-16240/16241	Ford GC-4A-FO
			Contract cancelled
45-16242/16263	Ford CG-4A-FO
45-16264/16265	Ford GC-4A-FO
			Contract cancelled
45-16266/16272	Ford CG-4A-FO
45-16273		Ford GC-4A-FO
			Contract cancelled
45-16274/16409	Ford CG-4A-FO
45-16410/16411	Ford GC-4A-FO
			Contract cancelled
45-16412/16414	Ford CG-4A-FO
45-16415/17142	Ford GC-4A-FO
			Contract cancelled.
45-17143/17242	Laister-Kauffman CG-4A-LK
			17189/91 transferred to RAF in India.  RAF serials unknown and may never 
				have been issued
			17241 at Musee des Troupes Aeroportees, St Mere Eglise, France
45-17243/17341	General Aircraft CG-4A-GE
45-17342		General aircraft CG-4A-GE
			Contract cancelled
45-17343/19342	Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26E-DT Invader
			MSN 37329/39328
45-19343/21692	Cancelled contracts
45-21693/21742	Boeing B-29-90-BW Superfortress
			MSN 13587/13636.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
			21693	 Delivered to USAAF 14Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
			21694	 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21695	 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
				Force landed 27Aug45 due to mechanical failure at Kirtland AAF, NM
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54 
			21696	 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				To 3040th Aircraft Storage Depot, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 for storage
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Nov56 
			21697	 Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Salvaged 1Jun50 
			21698	 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Accident 6Aug45 taxying at Clinton City AAF, OH
				Last reported at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 31Jan55 
			21699	 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45.   Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21700	 Delivered to USAAF 20Jul45.  Modified to TB-29
				Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
				Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54 
			21701 Delivered to USAAF 19Jul45
				Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
				Damaged 25Jul45 by a bird strike 45 miles SE of Alamogordo, NM
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
			21702	 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 55th Air Refueling Squadron, 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Forbes AFB, KS
				Accident 5Mar53 in a ground collision taxying at Forbes AFB, KS
				Last reported at Forbes AFB, KS 31Mar54 
			21703	 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Salvaged at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
			21704	 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21705 (MSN 13599) Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Crashed 58 mi from Clark AFB Mar 1, 1949 while returning to Clark after refueling the B-50 Lucky Lady II 
				on its round-the-world flight.  9 killed.
				Reportedly, the accident report was altered to state that it was a TB-29 on a routine training mission, 
				to keep the accident from casting a bad light on the record flight of the B-50.
			21706	 Assigned to 3510th Combat Crew Training Wing, Randolph AAF, TX.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Accident 22Apr49 due to mechanical failure landing at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Crashed 25Jan50 13 miles NNW of Fort Stockton, TX
			21707 Assigned to 307th Bomb Group.  Salvaged 22Aug49 
			21708	 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
				Last reported at Dow AFB, ME 13Sep54 
			21709	 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 
			21710	 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
				Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
				Accident 10Nov50 taxying at Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Last reported at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 1Feb55 
			21711	 Delivered to USAAF 21Jul45.  Assigned to 44th Bomb Group.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 24Sep53 
			21712	 Delivered to USAAF 23Jul45.  Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT
				Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 25Mar54 
			21713 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
			21714	 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 90th Bomb Group
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 31May54 
			21715	 Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather
				Assigned to 514th Bomb Squadron, 376th Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
				With 376th BW, en-route UK to Barksdale AFB, LA with tech stop at Kindley AFB, Bermuda May 2. 1952. 
				Caught fire when testing replacement fuel transfer pump, fuel poured out; aircraft destroyed by fire
			21716 Delivered to USAAF 24Jul45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Sheeza Goer’
				Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 421st Air Refueling Squadron, Yokota AB, Japan.  Named ‘Sky Octane’
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54 
			21717 Modified to WB-29.  Assigned to 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather.  Named ‘Wachin Jo’
				Last reported at Eielson AFB, AK 14Jul54 
				With 308th Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather at Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA (later renamed Travis AFB)
			21718	 Delivered to USAAF 26Jul45
				Assigned to 3417th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 3415th Aircraft Maintenance Group, Lowry AFB, CO 
				Accident 26Feb51 landing at Lowry AFB,CO.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21719	 Delivered to USAAF 26Jul45.  Modified to TB-29B
				Assigned to 427th Army Air Force Base Unit, Roswell AAF, NM
				Damaged 12Dec45 in a collision on the ground with B-29 44-84095 at Roswell AAF, NM
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21720 Delivered to USAAF 25Jul45.  Assigned to 3510th Combat Crew Training Group, Randolph AFB, TX
				Mid air collision 20Jul55 over San Antonio, TX.  Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 22Aug54 
			21721 Named ‘Burke’s Jerks’.  Named ‘Sweet Judy II’.  Named ‘Tail Wind’
				Assigned to 369th Bomb Squadron, 306th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
				Damaged 7Jul49 due to engine failure at MacDill AFB, FL
				Assigned to 345th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan
				Accident 23Jan51 due to structural failure near Yokota AB, Japan
				(98th BW, 345th BS) crashed on takeoff on combat mission 5 mi N of Yokota AB, Japan Feb 7, 1952. 13 killed.
			21722	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Lakenheath, England Feb51-May51
				Last reported at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 
			21723	 Delivered to USAAF 26Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21724	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT
				Last reported at Hill AFB, UT 20Apr54 
			21725 Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam
				Assigned to 370th Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Wing, Kadena AB, Okinawa
				(307th BW, 370th BS) crash landed at Naha AB, Okinawa Apr 6, 1951 due to bad weather.  
				Only one crew member was injured.
			21726 Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 242nd Army Air Force Base Unit, Grand Island AAF, NB .  (242nd AAFBU, Grand Island AAF, Nebraska) 
				crashed during storm Oct 1, 1946 30 mi SE of Battle Mountain, Nevada enroute on training flight to Hamilton AAF, 
				California.  No survivors.
			21727	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 11May53 
			21728	 Delivered to USAAF 27Jul45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 5May54 
			21729	 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 106th Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21730	 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Reported lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54 
			21731	 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Mid air collision 9Jun49 with B-29 44-87742 3 miles NW of Tucson, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Jul54 
			21732 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 4135th Army Air Force Base Unit, Hill AAF, UT
				Reclaimed at Hill AFB, UT 25Mar54 
			21733	 Delivered to USAAF 30Jul45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54 
			21734 Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45.  Assigned to 4th Ferrying Group, Nashville AAF, TN
				Forced landing 15Dec45 due to engine failure at El Paso Municipal Airport, TX.  Named ‘Cross Over The Bridge’
				Assigned to 2750th Air Force Base Wing, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
				Converted as an aerial refuel tanker using a looped hose system
				Modified with a probe and drogue system.  Designated KB-29M
				Additionally modified with wing tip hoses by Flight Refuelling Limited, Tarrant Rushton, England
				Quoted as YKB-29T but designation does not appear in official records
				Damaged 13Aug51 in a ground collision at Flight Refuelling company airfield at Tarrant Rushton, UK
				Used in refuelling trials with RAF 245 Squadron Meteors
				Assigned to 421st Air Refueling Squadron, Yokota Air Base, Japan, 1954 
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ Feb55
			21735	Delivered to USAAF 31Jul45
				Assigned to 33rd Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Wyton, England Sep51-Dec51
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 18May53 
			21736 to the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree version for the 
				carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM.  Salvaged 15Aug50
			21737 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Wing.  Modified to TB-29
				Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
				Mid air collision 18May53 near Randolph AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21738	 Delivered to USAAF 1Aug45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
			21739 (MSN 13633) Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45
				to the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree 
				conversion for the carriage of atomic weapons. Transferred to US Navy
				Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA 1956. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				Was stored at NAS China Lake, CA.  To Korean War Museum in 1982.  On display at museum in Seoul, Korea 
				since 1972 ?.  Now at Korean Aerospace Industry Aerospace Museum, Sacheon AFB, South Korea.
			21740	 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
				Damaged 29Dec47 in a bird strike 15 miles NNE of Fairfield-Suisun AAF, CA
				Last reported at Eielson AFB, AK 18Aug53
			21741	 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21742 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 46th, later 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron
				Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
				Named ‘Honeybucket Honshos II’
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
45-21743/21757	Boeing B-29-97-BW Superfortress
			MSN 13637/13651.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
			21743	 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Returned to CONUS 12Dec51
				Mid air collision 6May54 at Range 70, Eglin AFB, FL.  Last reported at Eglin AFB, FL 18Jul54
			21744 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 620th Army Air Force Base Unit, Muroc AAF, CA
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21745 Modified for the Tarzon guided bomb. The bomb mated the guidance system of the earlier Razon radio-controlled 
				weapon with a British Tallboy 12,000-pound bomb.  Designated EB-29
				Assigned to 1st Experimental Guided Missiles Group, Eglin AFB, FL
				Damaged 6Jul49 due to mechanical failure near Valparaiso, FL
				Assigned to 30th Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa.  Named ‘Lucifer’
				Crashed N of Barksdale AFB runway Dec 17, 1951.  4 killed of the 13 onboard.   Destroyed a house in the crash but
				the couple sleeping in the house survived.
			21746 Delivered to USAAF 10Aug45.  Last reported at Griffiss AFB, NY 16Aug54
			21747 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM
				Assigned to Project Ruby, RAF Marham, England, 15Mar46 to 31Oct46
				Modified in 1946 to carry either the Tallboy or Grand Slam bombs. The program called for the testing of the 
				American 2,000 pound M103, fabricated T-10, and T-14 weapons. The British bombs tested included the Tall Boy, 
				the Disney, and a 1,650 pound model of the 12,000 pound concrete penetrating rocket assisted bomb. The 
				program grew and added the 22,000 pound T-2S (SAP) bomb called Amazon. The trials took place on a 
				submarine pen on the island of Helgoland. Continued to serve with Project Harken operating through 1947.
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21748 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to Tinker AAF, OK Aug45
				Assigned to Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ Nov45 for storage.  Assigned to Tinker AAF, OK Apr46
				Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM Dec46.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
				Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Smoky Hill AFB, KS
				Assigned to San Antonio Air Materiel Area (SAAMA), Kelly AFB, TX Oct48
				Assigned to 2754th Air Forces Base Group, Holloman AAF, NM Jan50.  Redesignated as EB-29 Jan50
				Assigned to 3345th Technical Training Wing (ATC), Chanute AFB IL Oct50; as a GIA Jul52
				Dropped from USAF inventory June 1954 and used as ground school instructional airframe.  
				Put on display at Chanute AFB Museum, IL marked as Enola Gay
				After closure of Chanute AFB Sept 30, 1993, plane moved
				to National Atomic Museum, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
				Renamed as the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, Albuquerque, NM
				[The ‘Sandia Atomic Museum’ was renamed 1973 to the ‘National Atomic Museum’, i.e., long before the B-29 arrived]
			21749 Assigned to 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group, Andersen AFB, Guam. Deployed to Kadena AB, Okinawa
				(19th BW, 93rd BS) lost over E. China Sea after being damaged by MiG fighters in mission over Korea Mar 29, 1951. 
				The plane marked as 21749 with USAFM at Chanute AFB, Rantoul, IL was actually 21748.  
			21750 Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX 
				Assigned to Project Ruby, RAF Marham, England, 15Mar46 to 31Oct46
				The program called for the testing of the American 2,000 pound M103, fabricated T-10, and T-14 weapons. 
				The British bombs tested included the Tall Boy, the Disney, and a 1,650 pound model of the 12,000 pound 
				concrete penetrating rocket assisted bomb. The program grew and added the 22,000 pound T-2S (SAP) bomb 
				called Amazon. The trials took place on a submarine pen on the island of Helgoland. 
				Continued to serve with Project Harken operating through 1947.
				Assigned to 330th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
				Accident 15Feb48 taking off at Chanute AFB, IL
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 7Dec54
			21751 Delivered to USAAF 17Aug45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM
				Assigned to Project Ruby, RAF Marham, England, 15Mar46 to 31Oct46
				The program called for the testing of the American 2,000 pound M103, fabricated T-10, and T-14 weapons. 
				The British bombs tested included the Tall Boy, the Disney, and a 1,650 pound model of the 12,000 pound 
				concrete penetrating rocket assisted bomb. The program grew and added the 22,000 pound T-2S (SAP) bomb 
				called Amazon. The trials took place on a submarine pen on the island of Helgoland. 
				Continued to serve with Project Harken operating through 1947.
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 43rd Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Accident 10Feb53 on the ground at March AFB, CA.  Last reported at Griffiss AFB, NY 14Sep54
			21752	 Delivered to USAAF 13Aug45.  Assigned to 3208th Strategic Bomb Test Squadron, Muroc AAF, CA
				Last reported at Edwards AFB, CA 19Aug54
			21753	 Assigned to 9th Bomb Squadron, 7th Bomb Group, Carswell AFB, TX
				Damaged 9Sep48 in a collision on the ground at Carswell AFB, TX
			21754	 Delivered to USAAF 13Aug45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 25Mar54
			21755	 Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 1st Radar Calibration Squadron (ADC), Griffiss AFB, NY
				Accident 3Dec53 at Griffiss AFB, NY.  Last reported at Griffiss AFB, NY 14Sep54
			21756	 Delivered to USAAF 17Aug45.  Assigned to 6th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 25Mar54
			21757 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 3200th Proof Test Group, Eglin AFB, FL
				Accident 17Jan52 at Eglin AFB, FL.  To GIA at Chanute AFB, IL 23Jun54
45-21758/21792	Boeing B-29-95-BW Superfortress
			MSN 13652/13686.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
			21758	 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Assigned to 97th Bomb Group, Biggs AFB, TX 
				Last reported at Lowry AFB, CO 18Nov52
			21759	 Delivered to USAAF 4Aug45.  Assigned to 28th Bomb Group
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 14Sep53
			21760	MSN 13654.  Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group.  Named ‘Al-Ask-Er’
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21761 Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29.  Assigned to 485th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
				Accident 24Oct45 at Kearney AAF, NB.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47
				Accident 28Feb48 in a ground collision with B-29 44-86338.  Named ‘Boeing’s Boner’
				Assigned to 111th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Fairchild AFB, WA
				Crashed 10Jul52 when the aircraft stalled on landing at Fairchild AFB, WA. Salvaged 18Aug52
			21762 Delivered to USAAF 3Aug45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 5th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron
				Assigned to 46th, later 72nd RS at Ladd Field.  Set a squadron record for heaviest takeoff while carrying
				supplies to drop to the downed Kee Bird in Greenland.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
			21763 Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29.  Assigned to 46th, later 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron
				Named ‘The Northern Star’
			21764	 Delivered to USAAF 4Aug45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 43rd Bomb Squadron, 45th Bomb Group, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ
				Accident 17May49 due to weather at El Paso AFB, TX
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
			21765	 Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21766 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 46th, later 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron. Named ‘Bucket of Bolts’
				Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
				Last reported at Yokota AB, Japan 21Oct54
			21767	 Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 375th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather)
				Redesignated 58th Strategic Weather Squadron, 2107th Air Weather Group, Eielson AFB, AK
				Accident 2May50 due to mechanical failure landing at Eielson AFB, AK
				Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, Air Weather Service, McClellan AFB, CA
				Mid air collision 29Nov52 5 miles NW of McClellan AFB, CA.  Last reported at Eielson AFB, AK 31Dec54
			21768 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Modified to F-13.  Assigned to Grand Island AAF, NB
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK
				Named *Kee Bird*.  Abandoned Feb 21,1947 on frozen lake in Greenland, allegedly after 
				getting lost during return from spying flight over Soviet Union.  Remained abandoned
				on lake for many years.  Registered N70887 10Aug93; cancelled 19Jul13
				During attempt to recover, caught fire and burned May 21/22, 1995.
			21769	 Delivered to USAAF 6Aug45.  Assigned to 485th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB
				Accident 24Sep45 taxying at Kearney AAF, NB.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21770	 Delivered to USAAF 10Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 19May53
			21771	 Assigned to 330th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AAF, CA
				Accident 15Jan48 landing at Castle AAF, CA
				Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
				Crashed 11Jan51 returning to Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, after a seven-hour training flight. 
				The aircraft crashed ten miles southwest of Seguin, Texas. At 8,000 feet the pilot cut off the automatic 
				pilot and began descending through an overcast, flying on instruments. He reported losing all flight 
				instruments and the aircraft became uncontrollable. Six of the crew members were killed, while five 
				others parachuted to safety.
			21772	 Delivered to USAAF 10Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54\
			21773 Delivered to USAAF 10Aug45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Named "Leaking Lena" and assigned to 46th, later 72nd RS at Ladd Field.
				Assigned to 111th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, Pennsylvania Air National Guard, Fairchild AFB, WA
				Damaged 10Oct52 by structural failure over Ein-Bach, West Germany.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
			21774 Delivered to USAAF 9Aug45.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 374th Reconnaissance Squadron, Weather, 308th Reconnaissance Group, Weather, Fairfield-Suisun AFB, WA
				Accident 21Jan48 due to mechanical failure taking off at Fairfield-Suisun AFB, WA
				Assigned to 308th Bomb Group, Tinker AFB, OK.  Damaged 8Dec49 by engine fire at McClellan AFB, CA
				Last reported at McClellan AFB, CA 31Dec54
			21775 Modified to F-13.  Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 237th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AAF, NM
				Force landed 19Dec45 due to engine failure at Kearney AAF, NB.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47
				Named "The Forlorn Turkey" aka "The Clobbered Turkey", crashed into hillside Dec 23, 1947 95 mi N of Nome, AK 
				(east slope of Hot Spring mountain).  2 killed while attempting to walk out, 6 rescued.  3 rescue men killed.  
				The official investigation found the cause of the accident to be a defective altimeter. While the pilot 
				thought that they were cruising at 10,000 feet, there were actually at less than 1,000 feet altitude, meaning 
				that this was a classic case of CFIT, or controlled-flight-into-terrain.
				While the official story is, as was mentioned above, there were persistent rumors floating around at the time 
				that the situation was actually quite different and much more dire for the crew. These stories are attributed 
				to Alaskan locals, and conversations they had with the crew. According to the stories, the Clobbered Turkey 
				had been on a mission to photograph the Soviet side of the Baring Strait (the nearest Soviet land was a 
				mere 125 miles due west of the crash site, or a half-hour at a B-29's cruising speed; in contrast, 
				the crash site was 430 nm from their home base at Fairbanks), had been shot at and sustained damage, 
				and at least one of the crew members had been injured when they took fire. The pilots had been struggling 
				to keep the aircraft airborne until they could get back over Alaskan territory.  Thus, it isn't at all 
				surprising that after the crew was rescued, an Air Force team went back and burned the wreckage, 
				and then subsequently bombed it in order to destroy any evidence of the actual mission, 
 			21776 Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Assigned to 594th Army Air Force Base Unit, Topeka AAF, KS
				Accident 12Aug46 taxying at Robins AAF, GA.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group
				Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
				Damaged 23Oct52 due to a bird strike 5 miles NNW of Randolph AFB, TX.  Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 3Jan53
			21777 Delivered to USAAF 14Aug45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 485th Army Air Force Base Unit, Kearney AAF, NB.  Accident 24Sep45 at Kearney AAF, NB
				With 72nd RS, "My Achin' Back".  Transferred to US Navy
				Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
				Last photographed at China Lake NTS Apr 1974.  Scrapped. 
			21778	 Delivered to USAAF 13Aug45.  Assigned to 43rd Bomb Group.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54
			21779 Delivered to USAAF 13Aug45.  Assigned to 301st Bomb Wing, Barksdale AFB, LA
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 18May53
			21780	 Delivered to USAAF 17Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group.  Last reported at Randolph AFB, TX 20Jan55
			21781 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 93rd Bomb Group
				Converted to KB-29 and used for inflight refuelling trials.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21782 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Last reported at Mountain Home AFB, ID 27Jul54
			21783	 Delivered to USAAF 17Aug45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
				Accident 4Apr48 landing at Kelly AFB, TX.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 16Aug54
			21784	 Salvaged 31May46
			21785	 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM
				Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21786	 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group
			21787 to US Navy May 5, 1947 as P2B-1S BuNo 84029
			21788 Delivered to USAAF 20Aug45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54 
			21789 to US Navy May 6, 1947 as P2B-1S BuNo 84028
			21790 Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 373rd RS, VLR, Weather. Detached to Kindley AFB, Bermuda 1950. 
				Damaged Jul 14, 1950 when taking off after simulated engine failure at Bermuda. Scrapped at Bermuda.
			21791 to US Navy May 14, 1947 as P2B-2S BuNo 84030
			21792 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
45-21793/21812	Boeing B-29-96-BW Superfortress
			MSN 13687/13706.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
			21793 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to USAAF All Weather Flying Center.  Used for cosmic ray research
				Named ‘Ole Miss VI’.  Last reported at Eglin AFB, FL 18Jul54
			21794	 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX 
				Accident 27Aug45 taxying at Tinker AAF, OK.  Modified to TB-29
				Assigned to 1st Tow Target Squadron, Biggs Air Force Base, TX
				Crashed 20Nov53 when the aircraft stalled at Biggs AFB, TX
			21795	 Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Assigned to 4149th Army Air Force Base Unit, Olmsted AAF, PA
				Accident 17Sep46 23 miles S of Sayville, NY.  Surveyed 27Mar47
			21796	 Delivered to USAAF 21Aug45.  Assigned to 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX 
				Accident 7Jan46 taxying at Love Field, Dallas, TX
				Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
			21797	 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45. Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
			21798	 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
			21799	 Delivered to USAAF 22Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
			21800 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Artwork ‘Stork with baby’
				Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Dec 15, 1954.
				used as "mothership" for X-1 trials.  Delivered X-1B 48-1385.  To MASDC Jul 2, 1959.
			21801 Assigned to Oklahoma City Air Depot, Tinker AFB, OK.  Assigned to 609th Army Air Forces Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
				Assigned to NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory, later as NACA Langley Research Center, 
				Langley Field, VA Nov 16, 1945 to Dec 15, 1955.  Registered as NACA 124.
				Assigned to Aberdeen proving Ground, MD and used as a target for weapons testing.
			21802	 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
			21803	 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21804 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 611th Army Air Force Base Unit, Eglin AAF, FL
				Used during Bikini atomic bomb tests as observer aircraft with
				enlarged square windows and large vision domes on top of the
				fuselage.  Reclaimed at Kelly AFB, TX 14Nov53
			21805	 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 10May54
			21806	 Delivered to USAAF 23Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 8Aug54
			21807	 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54
			21808 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to NACA Aircraft Engine Research Laboratory, Lewis Field, Cleveland, OH 
				Apr 1946 to Oct 1948 Code BF-808.  Used as a flying testbed for turbojet and ramjet engines. The engines were mounted 
				under the fuselage and operated in flight conditions. Ramjet-powered missiles were also launched 
				from the aircraft.  Registered NACA 266.  Last reported at Boeing, Seattle, WA 12May54
			21809	 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 2Aug54
			21810	 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Army Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
			21811	 Delivered to USAAF 24Aug45.  Assigned to 4105th Air Force Base Unit, Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 4Oct54
			21812 Delivered to USAAF Aug45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Assigned to 324th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group, Barksdale AFB, LA
				Accident 1Nov49 due to mechanical failure 40 miles S of Barksdale AFB, LA .  Salvaged 13Mar50
45-21813/21842	Boeing B-29-95-BW Superfortress
			MSN 13707/13736.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
			21813 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Named ‘Heavenly Body’.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
				Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
				Crashed 3Dec55 due to mechanical failure landing at Yokota AB, Japan 
			21814 (307th BW, 371st BS) Assigned to 371st Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
				Accident 27Jan47 landing at MacDill AAF, FL
				Combat damage 10Nov50 and crashed 15 miles NE of Antung, North Korea. The aircraft was part of a formation 
				of seven and had an escort of F4U Corsairs. It was shot down by one MiG-15 of the 139th GIAP, Soviet Air Force
			21815	 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. 
				TDY to Lakenheath, England Feb51-May51.  Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Oct54
			21816	 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45.  Modified to WB-29.  Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 27Sep54
			21817	 Delivered to USAAF 27Aug45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
				Redesignated 54th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Named ‘Snoopy Droopy’
				Last reported at Andersen AFB, Guam 2Jun54
			21818 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45
				To the Sacramento Air Material Center, Sacramento, CA, 1947 for Project DOM-515 Saddletree conversion 
				for the carriage of atomic weapons.  Assigned to 3078th Air Force Base Unit, Kirtland AFB, NM
				Modified to EB-29.  Assigned to HQ Section, Flight Operations Branch, Tinker AFB, OK
				Damaged 27May53 at Tinker AFB, OK.  Last reported at Patrick AFB, FL 19Nov53
			21819	 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 57th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 1500th Air Base Group, Hickam AFB, HI
				Accident 12Jul51 due to mechanical failure landing at Hickam AFB, HI
				Last reported at Eielson AFB, AK 29Sep54
			21820	 Delivered to USAAF 28Aug45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM
				Assigned to 1st Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
				Damaged 12Mar53 in a collision taxying at Travis AFB, CA.  Last reported at Mountain Home AFB, ID 27Jul54
			21821	 Delivered to USAAF 11Sep45
				Assigned to 19th Bomb Squadron, 22nd Bomb Wing, March AFB, CA. TDY to Lakenheath, England Sep51-Dec51
				Accident 13Mar54 in a collision on the ground at Niagara Falls Municipal Airport, NY
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21822 Named ‘Heavenly Laden’.  Assigned to 344th Bomb Squadron, 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA. 
				Deployed to Yokota AB, Japan.  Damaged 9Aug50 due to mechanical failure at Yokota AB, Japan
				(98th BW, 344th BS) crashed near Yokohama, Japan after engine fire Jan 29, 1952.  Crew bailed out.
			21823 Delivered to USAAF 29Aug45.  Modified to WB-29 for weather reconnaissance
				Detached to Task Force 7 at Kwajalein, Marshall Islands for Operation Sandstone 1948
				Used to catch air samples from the nuclear tests
				Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
				Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron
				Assigned to 514th Recon Squadron (VLR) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam.  Last reported at Andersen AFB, Guam 25Mar54
			21824 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Converted to WB-29, Assigned to 54th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, 
				North Field, Guam.  Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
				Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
				Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
				Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Named ‘The Thing’
				Last reported at Andersen AFB, Guam 28Apr54
			21825 Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				(93rd BG, 328th BS) crashed on takeoff from Peterson Field, CO Nov 5, 1948 when
				2 engines failed and crashlanded in open fields near Patty Jewett
				Golf course in Colorado Springs.  All 10 crewmembers eacaped the
				wreck before it burst into flames.  Salvaged 22Nov48
			21826 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 55th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, McClellan AFB, CA
				Redesignated 55th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 9th Weather Group, McClellan AFB, CA
				Accident 16Apr54 landing at McClellan AFB, CA.  Last reported at Elmendorf AFB, AK 9Feb55
			21827 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Modified to KB-29P at Boeing, Seattle, WA
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
			21828	 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Assigned to 559th SR.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
				Transferred to US Navy.  Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
			21829	 Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM
				Assigned to 328th Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AAF, CA
				Accident 6Jan48 landing at Castle AAF, CA
			21830	 Delivered to USAAF 30Aug45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Reported lost at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54
			21831	 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 56th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
				Redesignated 56th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Last reported at Yokota AB, Japan 1Sep54
			21832	 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45
				Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Lakenheath, England Feb51-May51
				Last reported at Mountain Home AFB, ID 22Jul54
			21833	 Delivered to USAAF 7Sep45.  Named ‘Hangar Queen’.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 373rd Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Weather), 2108th Air Weather Group, Kindley Field, Bermuda
				Damaged 10Sep49 due to engine failure at Westover AFB, MA.  Last reported at Yokota AB, Japan 1Sep54
			21834	 Delivered to USAAF 31Aug45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group, Spokane AFB, WA
				Last reported at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Oct54
			21835	 Assigned to 330rd Bomb Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Castle AFB, CA
				Crash landed 7Jan49 due to engine failure near Smoky Hill AFB, KS
			21836	 Surveyed 14Dec49
			21837	 Surveyed 11May48
			21838 Delivered to USAAF 5Sep45.  Converted to WB-29, named "Typhoon Goon", based at 54th SRS at Andersen AFB, Guam.
				Redesignated as the 514th Reconnaissance Squadron (VLR) Weather, North Field, Guam
				Redesignated as the 54th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Andersen AFB, Guam
				Last reported at Tinker AFB, OK 22Sep54
			21839	 Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Group, Walker AFB, NM
				Crashed 11Nov49 after the crew bailed out due to engine failure near Brownsville, TX
			21840	 Modified to B-29MR.  Assigned to 393rd Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM
				Crashed 9Mar51 near Gibraltar
			21841 Delivered to USAAF 6Sep45.  Modified to WB-29
				Assigned to 57th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range) Weather, 2143rd Air Weather Wing, Misawa AB, Japan
				Redesignated to 57th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather
				Redesignated 57th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.  Damaged 27Mar54 taxying at McClellan AFB, CA
				Last reported at Hickam AFB, HI 4Apr54
			21842 Delivered to USAAF 12Sep45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 77th Bomb Squadron, 28th Bomb Group, Elmendorf AAF, AK
				(28th BG, 77th BS) crashed 25 mi from Naknek, AK Feb 28, 1947.  The aircraft was on a search mission for 
				the missing B-29 44-86253. The crew bailed out due to an uncontrollable propeller, one died and twelve survived.
45-21843/21872	Boeing B-29-100-BW Superfortress
			MSN 13737/13766.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham, with info from The B-29 Superfortress: A Comprehensive 
					Registry of the Planes by Robert A. Mann
			21843 Assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing.  Assigned to 5th Ferrying Group, Love Field, Dallas, TX 
				Attached to Love Field, TX, whilst on a ferry flight from Lowery Field, CO crashed Nov 6, 1945 
				12 mi NE of Chico AAF, CA.   3 onboard killed.
			21844 (MSN 13738)  attached to 16BW, Chico AAF, CA, crashed 24 Nov. 1945 near Victorville, CA after a 
				forced landing due an engine failure.
			21845 (MSN 13739) Delivered to USAAF 12Sep45
				Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, Roswell, NM, named "Black Bunny".  Last reported at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Oct54
			21846 Delivered to USAAF 12Sep45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 28th Bomb Group
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47.  Named ‘Over Exposed’
				Converted to B-29F electronic reconnaissance aircraft used in Arctic conditions.  Converted back to 
				standard B-29 configuration.  Assigned to 91st Strategic Reconnaissance Group.
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
			21847 Delivered to USAAF 13Sep45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to Oklahoma City Air Depot (OCAD), Tinker AAF, OK
				Assigned to Combat Crew Training Squadron, 488th Army Air Force Base Unit, Chico AAF, CA Oct45
				Assigned to 4196th Army Air Force Base Unit, Victorville AAF, CA Nov45
				Assigned to 4117th Army Air Force Base Unit, Warner Robins Air Depot (WRAD), Robins AAF, GA Apr46
				Modified for cold weather operation designated as B-29F
				Assigned to 4134th Army Air Force Base Unit, Spokane Air Depot (SPAD), Fairchild AAF, WA Jun46
				Assigned to 4144th Army Air Force Base Unit (Flight Test), Muroc Flight Test Base, CA Apr47
				Assigned to 4127th Army Air Force Base Unit, Sacramento Air Depot (SAD), McClellan AAF, CA Jun47 to Sep47
				Modified to RB-29.  Assigned to Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), NAWS China Lake, Armitage Field Jul48
				The aircraft was stripped of its armaments and fitted with a Sun Tracker, an experimental sensor unit that, 
				when perfected, would allow missiles to navigate by the sun. Used for upper air research in conjunction with V-2, 
				Aerobee and Viking rocket flights from White Sands, NV
				Crashed into Lake Mead, NV during research flight July 21, 1948.  Crew of 5
				was able to scramble away before the plane sank.  Has been located by
				sonar in 170 feet of water.  Largely intact except for 3 missing engines.  The
				flight was for a secret missile guidance system that allowed navigation
				by tracking of the Sun.  A low pass over calm water with pilot error
				put it into the lake.  Private dive team located the plane in 2001, and later by government divers.
				The bomber is listed on the National Register of Historic Places
			21848 Assigned to 509th Bomb Group, Roswell AAF, NM
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK
				Modified for cold weather operation designated as B-29F
				With Alaska Air Command 1946-47.  46th Reconnaissance Squadron, at Ladd Field Alaska. 
				Acft. "848" was first aircraft in history to fly over Geographic North Pole Oct 16, 1946. 
				Later named "Dreamboat" (F-13A, Long range configuration). 
				With 46th RS, crashed 3 mi E of Fairbanks, Alaska shortly after takeoff from Ladd Field, Alaska May 29, 1947.  
				9 crew injured, 3 missing. 
			21849 (MSN 13743) Delivered to USAAF 14Sep45.  Assigned to 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AAF, FL
				Accident 23Sep46 due to engine failure taking off from MacDill AAF, FL
				Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
				Assigned to 5th Bomb Squadron, 9th Bomb Wing, Mountain Home AFB, ID
				Mid air collision 29Sep53 at Mountain Home AFB, ID.  Last reported at Mountain Home AFB, ID 25Jul54
				46th Reconnaissance Squadron
			21850	 Delivered to USAAF 14Sep45.  Assigned to 4144th Army Air Force Base Unit (Flight Test), Muroc Flight Test Base, CA
				Accident 6Sep48 due to engine failure 15 miles NW of LaGrange, GA
				Assigned to 2759th Air Force Base Unit, Edwards AFB, CA.  Last reported at Laurel AFB, MS 26Sep54
			21851	 Delivered to USAAF 14Sep45.  Assigned to 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Last reported at Mountain Home AFB, ID 18Jul54
			21852	 Delivered to USAAF 14Sep45.  Assigned to 3203rd Maintenance & Supply Group, Eglin AFB, FL
				Last reported at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH 2Dec54
			21853 Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK
				Named ‘Barrow Sparrow’.  Named ‘We’ve Had It’.  Modified for cold weather operation designated as B-29F
				Crashed in bad weather on takeoff with engine failure Dec 12, 1946 at Ladd Field, Alaska.
			21854 Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing.  To 46th Reconnaissance Squadron, then attached to 830 BS/509BG 
				at Walker AFB, NM.  On April 11, 1950 (some say April 12) carrying a probable nuclear weapon, fatally crashed at 
				Sandia Base 5.7 miles east of Kirtland AFB shortly after takeoff. All 13 crewman killed. The official version of 
				the crash stated that the B-29 was on a routine "navigation training flight." 
			21855 Assigned to 3902nd Air Forces Base Wing (SAC), Offutt AAF, NB.  Surveyed 10Jun48
			21856 Delivered to USAAF 14Sep45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47
				Modified for cold weather operation designated as B-29F.  Converted back to standard B-29 configuration
				Modified to RB-29.  Assigned to 320th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron, 90th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 
				Forbes AFB, KS
				Accident 2Nov53 in a ground collision during taxying at Forbes AFB, KS
				Reclaimed at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 14Jul54
			21857 modified to EB-29 status for upper atmosphere research.  The aircraft was stripped of its armaments and 
				fitted with a Sun Tracker, an experimental sensor unit that, when perfected, would allow missiles to 
				navigate by the sun. Used for upper air research in conjunction with V-2, Aerobee and Viking rocket flights 
				from White Sands, NV.  Assigned to Naval Ordnance Test Station (NOTS), NAWS China Lake, Armitage Field. 
				Assigned to Armatile Field, Inyokern, California (China Lake NAS).  Suffered onboard fire on ground Nov 4, 1949 
				in rear compartment.  Surveyed Jan 5, 1950.
			21858 Delivered to USAAF 17Sep45.  Assigned to 9th Bomb Group. Last reported at Offutt AFB, NB 6Feb55
				Transferred to US Navy. Assigned to NAWS China Lake, CA. Used as a ground target for weapons testing.
			21859 Delivered to USAAF 17Sep45.  Modified to F-13; redesignated 1948 as RB-29
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47.  "Ladies Delight" "Dreamboat" (Long range configuration)
				Named ‘Ladies Delight’.  Modified for cold weather operation designated as B-29F
				Converted back to standard B-29 configuration.  Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21860	 Delivered to USAAF 17Sep45.  Last reported at Laurel AFB, MS 1Jan55
			21861	 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep45
				Assigned to 715th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to England Feb51-May51
				Accident 12Jun51 due to mechanical failure landing at Walker AFB, NM
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21862 Delivered to USAAF 25Sep45
				Assigned to 830th Bomb Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Mildenhall, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21863	 Delivered to USAAF 18Sep45.  Modified to EB-29
				Assigned to 6520th Flight Test Squadron, 6520th Test Support Wing, LG Hanscom AFB, MA
				Accident 1Dec54 landing at Norton AFB, CA
			21864	 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Last reported at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 31Oct54
			21865	 Delivered to USAAF 19Sep45.  Modified to KB-29M at Boeing, Wichita, KS
				Assigned to 509th Air Refueling Squadron, 509th Bomb Wing, Walker AFB, NM. TDY to Wyton, England Feb51-May51
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21866 (3150th Electronics Squadron) crashed 2 mi S of Waycross, GA after taking off from 
				Robins AFB Oct 6, 1948.  9 killed, 4 parachuted to safety.  The flight was a secret test for Project Banshee, 
				the use of unmanned B-29 aircraft to remotely drop atomic weapons
				The cause of the crash was a fire and drop in manifold pressure in the number 1 engine, as well as an 
				inadvertent feathering of the number 4 engine, which was not successfully unfeathered prior to the crash
			21867 Assigned to 372nd Bomb Squadron, 307th Bomb Group, MacDill AFB, FL
				Accident 27Aug47 due to engine failure taking off at MacDill AAF, FL
			21868	 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45.  Assigned to 98th Bomb Group. Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 6Aug54
			21869	 Delivered to USAAF 24Sep45
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47.  Named ‘Ladies Delight’.  Modified to EB-29
				Assigned to 3171st Electronics Research Group, Rome AFB, NY
				Accident 17May54 due to engine failure landing at Griffiss AFB, NY
				Last reported at Griffiss AFB, NY 16Aug54
			21870	 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45
				Assigned to 3512th Maintenance and Supply Squadron, 3510th Maintenance and Supply Group (ATC), Randolph AFB, TX
				Accident 20Jun51 due to mechanical failure landing at Randolph AFB, TX
				Reclaimed at Tinker AFB, OK 8Aug54
			21871 Delivered to USAAF 20Sep45
				Assigned to 46th Reconnaissance Squadron (Very Long Range, Photographic), Alaska Air Command, Ladd AAF, AK. 
				Redesignated 72nd Reconnaissance Squadron 13Oct47.  Last reported at Niagara Falls AFB, NY 6Aug53
			21872 (c/n 13767) This last Boeing B-29 Superfortress to be delivered, Boeing-Wichita-built B-29-100-BW, in 
				September 1945, Modified to WB-29.  Assigned to 2108th Air Weather Group, Kindley Field, Bermuda
				Damaged 7Oct48 in a ground collision at MacDill AFB, FL
				Assigned to 58th Strategic Reconnaissance Squadron (Medium) Weather, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska 
				Crashed 25Sep53 3 miles west of Eielson AFB, AK while assigned to the 58th Strategic Reconnaissance 
				Squadron (Medium), Weather.
45-21873/22392	Cancelled contract for Boeing B-29 Superfortress
			MSN 13767/14286
45-22393/22792	Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26D-DL Invader
			MSN 36929/37328
45-22793		Kellett XR-10
			Model KH-2X-C experimental twin-rotor helicopter.  Redesignated XH-10.  First flight Apr 24, 1947. 
			Crashed Oct 3, 1949
45-22794		Cancelled contract
45-22795		Kellett XR-10
			Model KH-2X-C experimental twin-rotor helicopter.  Redesignated XH-10.  May not have been completed.
45-22796/24379	Radioplane OQ-14
45-24380/25435	Frankfort OQ-14
45-25436/25438	North American C-82N-NT Packet
			MSN 135-49496/49498
			25436 delivered Oct 25, 1945.  To ground instructional airframe at Lawson AAF, Ga in 1946,
				scrapped there in 1947 
			25437 delivered Dec 5, 1945.  To ground instructional airframe at Freeman AAF, IN in 1946,
				scrapped at Davis-Monthan AAF, AZ Aug 3, 1947
			25438 delivered Dec 25, 1945.  To ground instructional airframe at Keesler AAF, MS in 1946,
				redesignated as ZC-82N in 1948, scrapped at Sheppard AFB, TX in 1951
45-25439/26435	North American C-82N-NT Packet
			MSN 135-49499/50495
			Contract cancelled on V-J Day
45-26436/26466	Pratt-Read CG-4A-PR
45-26467/27935	Pratt-Read CG-4A-PR
			Contract cancelled
			Aircraft destroyed by fire at Yankee Air Museum was supposedly a
				composite of 43-40833 and 45-27691, which conflicts with
				this being a cancelled contract.
45-27936/27948	Gibson Refrigerator CG-4A-GN
			27948 in USAF Museum, Ohio
45-27949/27961	Gibson Refrigerator CG-4A-GN
			Contract cancelled
45-27962/27971	Gibson Refrigerator CG-4A-GN
45-27972/34910	Cancelled contracts
45-34911/35025	Stinson L-5G Sentinel
			Redesignated U-19B in 1962
			34912 to N4756C
			34913 to N4758C
			34918 to N4759C
			34927 assigned to Bolling Field, DC.  Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA 
				Mar 17, 1950 to Nov 1950.  To N10524
			34928 (10th Liason Squadron Headquarters 5th Air Force (K16) crashed during search and rescue mission over
				South Korea Sep 25, 1951.  Pilot survived and was rescued.
			34947 to N2516B
			34950 at Planes of Fame as N6055C
			34954 to N2517B
			34958 to Philippine AF
			34960 to N10499
			34961 to N2515B
			34962 to Philippine AF, later to N2518B
			34974 to Japanese Army
			34977 to N2519B
			34985 in 1987 was at US Army Aviation Museum, Fort Rucker, AL
			34986 to Japanese Army
			34988 to Japanese Army
			34991 to Japanese Army
			34992 to N7605B
			34996 to Japanese Army, to N9840F
			34997 to Japanese Army
			35012 turned over to US Marine Corps as BuNo 120469.
			35018 to N3939A
			35025 delivered to US Army Nov 2, 1945.  To JASDF as 10412 and is on permanent display at Tokorozawa 
				Aviatiom Museum near Tokyo as 535025 "NSF"
45-35026/35030	Cancelled contract for Stinson L-5G
			Went directly from the factory floor to the CAA
			35026 (MSN 76-3608) to NC224 in 1946.  To NC224E
			35027 (MSN 76-3613) to NC225 in 1946.  To NC2251
			35028 (MSN 76-3614?) to NC227 in 1946. 
			35029 (MSN 76-3599) to NC223 in 1947.
			35030 (MSN 76-3614?) to NC229 in 1946.  To NC229H
45-35031/40910	Cancelled contracts
			35031 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4616) became N60440.  It was grounded in 1976 and was completely restored in the 2002 - 2008 timeframe
			35032 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4615) which became C-GSTG, then N6209Z.
			35034 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4618).  To civil registry as N45AK in 1946.  To Thailand c 1994/5.
				Moved to Tango Squadron Wing 41 Museum, Chiang Mai Airport, Chiang Mai, Thailand.  N45AK cancelled Dec 2, 2014.
			35045 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4627) which became N63356
			35046 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4628) which became N63373
			35047 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4629) which became N63372.
			35052 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4634) which became N63397.
			35057 allocated to L-5G (MSN 76-4640) which became N1945S
			35059 allocated to L-5G
			35947 allocated to L-5G.  Registered N88861 with c/n 45-35947 Apr 10, 1982.  NTU and cancelled Oct 23, 2012.
45-40911/41735	Cancelled contract for Boeing B-29 Superfortress
			MSN 14287/15111
45-41736/41765	Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman
			MSN 820/849.  Dispositions from Stewart Lanham
			41736 (MSN 820) Delivered to USAAF April 4, 1945; Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas; 6th Air Force; 
				46th Base Unit; crashed Manzanillo Bay, Colon, Panama June 14, 1945.
			41737 (MSN 821) Delivered to USAAF April 12, 1945; Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas; 6th Air Force; 
				To Foreign Liquidation Commission December 3, 1946; Taxi Aero Colombiano SA, Bogota, Colombia; 
				registered C-706; reregistered HK-706; missing en route Villavicencio-Vanguardia to Paz de Ariporo, 
				Colombia 28Mar78
			41738 (MSN 822) Delivered to USAAF April 12, 1945; Balboa, Panama via Brownsville, Texas; 6th Air Force; 
				26th Fighter Squadron; damaged in a landing accident at Cape Mala, Panama, August 6, 1945; 
				damaged in a landing accident at Albrook Field, Canal Zone, August 18, 1945; 
				Panama Air Depot for major overhaul September 4, 1945; beyond economical repair; 
				condemned November 6, 1945.
			41739 (MSN 823) Delivered to USAAF April 14, 1945; Watertown AAF, South Dakota April 21, 1945; 
				11th Air Force, Alaska; damaged in takeoff accident at Chena Slough, Alaska August 12, 1945
			41740 (MSN 824) Delivered to USAAF ; 11th Air Force, Alaska; destroyed in landing accident 25 miles 
				SE of Yakataga, Alaska May 23, 1945.
			41741 (MSN 825) Delivered to USAAF April 21, 1945; US Military Defense Aid diversion to Eldorado Mining 
				and Refining (1944) Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario, April, 1945; registered CF-BZW; 
				Air Supply Unit No.1, Gimli, Manitoba; used for the Canadian Army winter exercise ‘Musk Ox’ 
				which travelled across nearly the entire Canadian Arctic in 1945-6. Musk Ox marked the first 
				attempt at crossing the northern latitudes by vehicle, and was designed as a non-tactical 
				exercise to test the soundness of military equipment and its application to peace time pursuits. 
				Overturned while landing on wheels in slush at Leith Point, NWT, November 11, 1948, destroyed. 
			41742 (MSN 826) Delivered to USAAF April 24, 1945; Newark, New Jersey May 2, 1945; 
				The aircraft was scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, 
				Indiana, flown there on June 12, 1945; To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 20, 1945; 
				registered to Civil Aeronautics Administration, Alaska as NC407; reregistered NC137; reregistered N137M; 
				reclaimed 1948.
			41743 (MSN 827) Delivered to USAAF April 26, 1945; Newark, New Jersey May 5, 1945; the aircraft was 
				scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but was diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 
				flown there June 12, 1945; Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Walnut Ridge, Arizona, November 6, 1945; 
				sold to Algord Oil Co., Dallas, Texas; registered NC59793, later as N59793; 
				Wien Alaska Airlines Inc., Fairbanks, Alaska; written off at Old Crow, Yukon May 8, 1953.
			41744 (MSN 828) Delivered to USAAF April 30, 1945; Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 5, 1945; 
				the aircraft was scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but was diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, 
				Indiana, flown there on June 12, 1945; To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; 
				Dal-Air, Dallas, Texas; Bishop J. Trocellier (Oblates of Mary Immaculate), Fort Smith, NWT; 
				registered CF-GTM February 18, 1952. It had a refrigeration unit installed and had been used to 
				haul shrimp from New Orleans to Chicago.  One wing was damaged in a ground loop on its last trip 
				and it was sold “as is”. The refrigeration unit was sold in Kalamazoo to pay for temporary wing 
				repairs and a new battery. The aircraft was based in Fort Smith, NWT and operated in the 
				western NWT from 1952 to 1957. It was flown exclusively by Father Bill Leising during this period. 
				Registered to Bullock Wings and Rotors, Calgary, Alberta, June 13, 1961; registered to John Midgett 
				and G. Clark, Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan October 6, 1961; sale reported, cancelled 27May82; 
				reported to be at Skyline, Gimli, Manitoba in 1991; may have gone to Joe McBryan, Edmonton, Alberta 
				for use as parts.
			41745 (MSN 829) Delivered to USAAF April 30, 1945; Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 5, 1945; the 
				aircraft was scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, 
				Indiana, flown there June 12, 1945; To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; 
				Dal-Air, Dallas, Texas; registered N88751; registered N60672; registered OB-QAD
			41746 (MSN 830) Delivered to USAAF May 3, 1945; Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 5, 1945; the aircraft 
				was scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 
				flown there June 12, 1945; Elmendorf, Alaska; takeoff accident due weather 37 miles S of Anchorage, 
				Alaska December 22, 1948; accident landing at Lake Hood, Alaska August 4, 1950 
			41747 (MSN 831) Delivered to USAAF May 8, 1945; Newark, New Jersey, arriving May 11, 1945; the 
				aircraft was scheduled to be shipped to Karachi, India but diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, 
				Indiana, flown there June 12, 1945; 555th Base Unit, Love Field, Texas; damaged when ground 
				looped due weather at Garden City, KS April 3, 1946; To RFC in Kansas August 8, 1946; 
				Dayton Aero, Dayton, Ohio; registered NC75938; registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, 
				Ontario as CF-DRD April 15, 1953; registered to Teal Air Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba November 13, 1958; 
				registered to Ontario Central September 13, 1968; 
				registered to Swanair Ltd., Dryden, Ontario on August 27, 1973; 
				registered to Wings Aviation Ltd., Red Lake, Ontario February 7, 1974; 
				reported as last flown in 1981; sale reported 1983; 
				registered to Kuby’s Aircraft Ltd., Kenora, Ontario March 26, 1990; bought by the Town Of 
				Red Lake, restored to display condition, and mounted on a pedestal on the waterfront 
				overlooking the Chimo Air seaplane base in Red Lake, Ontario in 1992.
			41748 (MSN 832) Delivered to USAAF May 15, 1945; Newark, New Jersey May15, 1945; the aircraft was 
				scheduled to be shipped to Karachi, India but was diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Indiana, flown 
				there June 12, 1945; To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; 
				Dayton Aero, Dayton, Ohio; registered N59798, cancelled.
			41749 (MSN 833) Delivered to USAAF May 24, 1945; Elgin Field, Florida; 7th CWTD, Ladd, Fairbanks, Alaska; 
				damaged in landing accident 105 miles N of Nome, Alaska January 11, 1948; 
				damaged in landing accident 60 miles SE of Fairbanks, Alaska.
			41750 (MSN 834) Delivered to USAAF May 22, 1945; Newark, New Jersey May 22, 1945; the aircraft was 
				scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but was diverted to Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 
				flown there June 12, 1945; 816th Base Unit, Alliance, Nebraska; 
				Damaged taking off 31 miles S of Sweetwater, Wyoming July17, 1945; 
				To RFC February 4, 1946; registered N53334, cancelled.
			41751 (MSN 835) Delivered to USAAF May 24, 1945; Newark, New Jersey May24, 1945; the aircraft was 
				scheduled for shipment to Karachi, India but diverted to Lawson Field, Fort Benning, Georgia June 8; 
				Arrived there June 12, 1945; To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona November 6, 1945; 
				Fisher Paper Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota; registered N41201, cancelled.
			41752 (MSN 836) Delivered to USAAF May 24, 1945; Newark, New Jersey; the aircraft was scheduled for 
				shipment to Karachi, India but was diverted to Lawson Field, Fort Benning, Georgia June 8; 
				Arrived there June 13, 1945; 811th Base Unit, Lawson Field, Fort Benning, Georgia; 
				Damaged landing at Lawson August 25, 1945; To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona November 6, 1945; 
				K. Starnes, Conway, Arkansas; registered NC64932, cancelled 18Apr56 on export to Canada; r
				registered CF-IRH; Ontario Central Airlines 1956; 
				Crashed July 25, 1958 after a mid-air collision with Parson’s Airways Norseman CF-BZM (MSN 005) 
				at Kenora, Ontario. Ontario Central Airline’s CF-IRH was arriving from Ball Lake with the 
				pilot and eight passengers.  Parsons Airways’ CF-BZM was circling in from the south after a 
				trip from Lake Malachi with four passengers, the pilot, and a dog.   Unseen by each other, 
				both airplanes came together side to side.  CF-BZM dropped into the water, crushing her floats, 
				while CF-IRH nosed over. Full application of power levelled the airplane out as it sliced 
				into the water over the sandbar, ripping off a float before sinking with only the tail section 
				showing. Out of a total of fifteen people, all survived, the worse injury was a broken arm. 
				OCA mechanics recovered CF-IRH and it sat on the landing gear stubs until it was rebuilt 
				and returned to service in Red Lake.
				Destroyed at Red Lake, Ontario March 26, 1960, during the landing approach, a heavy snow 
				squall was encountered and on the overshoot attempt the aircraft crashed. 
			41753 (MSN 837) Delivered to USAAF May 31, 1945; Pope Field, Fort Bragg, North Carolina June 11, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; Wilderness Seaplane Service, Ely, Minnesota; 
				registered NC50326; Foothills Aviation Ltd., Calgary, Alberta; registered CF-FCU May 13, 1952; 
				registered to Balych Brothers Flying Service, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan January 24, 1953; 
				registered to Superior Airways Ltd., Fort William, Ontario April 21, 1954; 
				registered to R. Myers (Rusty Myers Flying Service), Fort Frances, Ontario In 1956; 
				registered to Ernie Leunenberger, Nakina, Ontario in 1971; 
				registered to Leunenberger Air Service, Nakina November 11, 1972; 
				registration cancelled 27May82; 
				frame only last reported 2013 stored at Northland Aviation Service, Ignace, Ontario
			41754 (MSN 838) Delivered to USAAF May 31, 1945; Pope Field, Fort Bragg, North Carolina June 9, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; Rev. A.A. Cartier, Belleville, Illinois; 
				registered NC57961; registered to Bishop M. Lacroix, Churchill, Manitoba December 3, 1948 as CF-GJL; 
				registered to Arctic Wings Ltd., Churchill, Manitoba April 29, 1955; 
				Crashed and burned en route from McConnell River to Eskimo Point, NWT June 5, 1956; pilot and 
				one passenger killed.
			41755 (MSN 839) Delivered to USAAF May 31, 1945; Pope Field, Fort Bragg, North Carolina June 7, 1945; 
				812th Base Unit, Pope Field, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; 
				damaged when ground looped at Seymour Johnson Field, North Carolina September 20, 1945; 
				sold as surplus to G.E. Willard, Alexandria, Virginia.
			41756 (MSN 840) Delivered to USAAF June 7, 1945; Stout Field, Indianapolis, Indiana June 7, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; registered NC41222; 
				J.A. Mathieu, Fort Frances, Ontario April 20, 1946; registered CF-DRR September 14, 1946; 
				destroyed at Grey Trout Lake, Ontario June 22, 1947, floats broke off on takeoff and the 
				aircraft sank in 100 feet of water.
			41757 (MSN 841) Delivered to USAAF June 12, 1945; Stout Field, Indianapolis, Indiana June 14, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; T.J. Enger, Minneapolis, Minnesota; 
				registered NC41340; Freuhauf Trailers, Detroit, Michigan November 1960; re-registered N1207; 
				Parachutes Incorporated in 1962 and was based at Orange, Massachusetts where it participated 
				in the World Parachute Meet in 1962; 
				Damaged when it had a brake lock on landing at Orange after the World Meet and flipped on its back; 
				repaired and sent to Lakewood, New Jersey; complete rebuild in the spring of 1964; 
				Engine failed on take-off due to fuel starvation caused by incorrect positioning of the fuel 
				selector and the aircraft crashed beside the runway at Lakewood, NJ, August 2, 1970.
			41758 (MSN 842) Delivered to USAAF June 14,1945; Stout Field, Indianapolis, Indiana June 21, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; Central Flying Service, Little Rock, Arkansas; 
				registered N57964, cancelled
			41759 (MSN 843) Delivered to USAAF August 6, 1945; Laurinburg-Maxton, North Carolina; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; K. Starnes, Conway, Arkansas; registered N65362; 
				Purchased in San Antonio, Texas in 1955 by Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario; registered CF-HZR; 
				registered to Austin Airways Ltd., Toronto, Ontario May 27, 1955; 
				On July 31, 1958 it hit trees and crashed while landing on a narrow winding river and the left 
				wing was torn off; wreck purchased by Superior Airways, Fort William, Ontario; rebuilt; 
				Parsons Airways; on April 9, 1964 it crashed and was destroyed 70 miles WNW of Frobisher Bay, NWT.
			41760 (MSN 844) Delivered to USAAF August 22, 1945; Laurinburg-Maxton, North Carolina August 28, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; Dal-Air, Dallas, Texas; registered N59774; 
				registered to Ontario Central Airlines, Kenora, Ontario July 29, 1955 as CF-HZS; 
				damaged by hail storm at Separation Lake Lodge, Kenora, Ontario 1955; 
				registered to Fred Chiupka, Lynn Lake, Manitoba May 19, 1959; 
				Chiupka Airways Ltd., Lynn Lake January 4, 1961; 
				On September 12, 1966 the aircraft overturned after hitting a large wave while landing at 
				Wilson’s Lodge, Reindeer Lake, Saskatchewan, pilot and passenger suffered minor injuries; 
				salvaged and transported to Lynn Lake; Cross Lake Air Service, Wabowden, Manitoba; 
				Used in the rebuild of CF-LSS (MSN 637).
			41761 (MSN 845) Delivered to USAAF August 27, 1945; Laurinburg-Maxton, North Carolina September 9, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; Dal-Air, Dallas, Texas; registered N59773; 
				registered XB-FUE.
			41762 (MSN 846) Delivered to USAAF August 27, 1945; Laurinburg-Maxton, North Carolina September 13, 1945; 
				To RFC October 23, 1945; Dal-Air, Dallas, Texas; registered N59772; 
				Société Compagnie Laotienne de Commerce et de Transports, Hanoi, Viet Nam; registered F-OACP June 11, 1949; 
				registered as a Norseman Mk.V; 
				Damaged at Gia Lam airport, Hanoi August 7, 1951; registration cancelled October 20, 1951 as destroyed.
			41763 (MSN 847) Delivered to USAAF September 13, 1945; Laurinburg-Maxton, North Carolina September 25, 1945; 
				To RFC at Walnut Ridge, Arizona October 23, 1945; Dal-Air, Dallas, Texas on November 21, 1945; 
				registered N59776; Cravens, Dargen and Company March 22, 1946;  
				registered July 22, 1946; Phineas Millis, Houston, Texas December 23, 1947; 
				registered January 16, 1948; Demetrios J. Traggis, Westerly, Rhode Island; 
				registered November 29, 1949; 
				registered to Island Air Ferries Inc., MacArthur Airport, Bohemia, Long Island, New York August 20, 1952; 
				James McEwan, Bay Shore, Long Island, New York; 
				registered December 29, 1954; Jack Adams Airplane Sales Inc., Memphis Tennessee September 9, 1956; 
				W. Gordon Wing, Houston, Texas; intent to export to Costa Rica; registration cancelled; 
				registered N7794B circa September 1956; Harvey Ferguson, Upper Valley Airpark, McAllen, Texas;  
				A.P. Pfotenhauer Jr., Phar, Texas;  Floyd B. Park Jr., Almo, Texas July 1962; 
				registration cancelled 13Jan71.
			41764 (MSN 848) Delivered to USAAF August 27, 1945; Laurinburg-Maxton, North Carolina September 22, 1945; 
				sold as war surplus to Dal-Air, Dallas, Texas; registered N59777, cancelled.
			41765 (MSN 849) Construction began but USAAF order cancelled; Plane was completed and sold to 
				Wheeler Airlines, St. Jovite, Quebec; registered CF-DEP on February 2, 1946; 
				on September 22, 1955, while moored to a buoy at Goose Bay, Labrador, the aircraft capsized 
				during a storm; salvaged, shipped to Montreal for repair but found to be beyond economical 
				repair due to salt water damage; written off.
45-41766/42479	Cancelled contracts
45-42480/43079	Cancelled contract for Boeing B-29 Superfortress
			MSN 15112/15711
45-43080/44449	Cancelled contracts
45-44450/44459	Laister-Kaufmann YCG-10A
			44453/44459 were cancelled
45-44460/45449	Cancelled contract for CG-10A
45-45450/46724	Cancelled contracts
45-46725/49087	Radioplane OQ-3
45-49088/49089	Grumman OA-13B Goose
			Two civilian G-21A taken over by US Navy as 87726, 34064 and assigned USAAF serials.  Redesignated A-13B in 1948.
			49088 (MSN B-120) was US Navy JRF-5 87726.  WFU Jul 1, 1947.  To N3096 in 1947.  To CF-IWW May 10, 1960.  To
				N4575C Dec 8, 1963.  WFU Apr 1, 2013  
			49089 (MSN 1193) was US Navy JRF-5 34064. W/o Aug 29, 1945 at Rabat, Morocco
45-49090/49554	Republic P-47D-40-RA Thunderbolt
			49101 served with 104th FS, 175th FW of Maryland ANG at Harbor Field, Baltimore, Maryland between
				1946 and 1951.
			49102 (MSN 399-55641) to Colombian AF as FAC407.  On display at Museo Aeroespacial Colombiana, Bogota.
			49105 crashed on ferry flight 4 mi S of Grand Prairie, TX Mar 10, 1952.
			49113 to Peru
			49117 served with 131st, 104th TFW of Massachusetts AMG at Otis AFB beteen 1946 and 1951.
			49125 to Peru
			49130 (MSN 399-55669) to Brazilian AF as 4181 Sep 10, 1953.  To instructional airframe at Pinto Martins AB,
				Fortaleza Jun  6, 1957.  On display at Pinto Martins AB, Fortaleza 1970-1987.  Museu Aerospecial, 
				Campo dos Afonsos, Rio, 1988.  Airplane Sales International, Santa Monica (later Beverly Hills), CA, 1988-1996.
				Registered as N9246W, September 1995.   Neal Melton, Luttrell, TN, October 2, 1996-2004.
				Registered N9246W to Neal Melton 2Oct96, current.  Under restoration to airworthy at Rialto, CA.
			49131 to Peru.  Now registered as N444SU and is on display at the
				Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum.
			49133 to Peru
			49151 (MSN 339-55690) to Brazilian AF as 4184.  Over period 1987 to 1996 was restored to 
				airworthy condition with false serial 22766.  Now at Museu Aeroespacial, Rio
				de Janeiro, Brazil painted as 4120.  
			49156 to Peru 
			49167 on display at WPAFB Museum, marked as
				P-47D-30-RA 44-32718.  Was FAP 116 (Peru AF).  To civilian registry
				as N47DB and to USAF Museum in 1982.  
			49169 to Peru
			49176 to Peru 
			49181 (MSN 399-55720) to Peru as FAP 539 then FAP 115.  To civilian registry as N47DC,
				then N159LF.  To Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum as N444SU.  Marked as 42-26418.
			49187 to Peru
			49191 to Peru
			49192 (MSN 399-55731) Allocated to Air Training Command. Removed from active service and stored at Tinker AFB, OK.
				Delivered to FA Peruana as FAP119, 1953.  Withdrawn from service and stored at Piura Air Base in the open until 1969.
				Vintage Aircraft International Ltd, Nyack, NY, 1969-1975.  Registered as N47DD.  Assembled by CAF, Harlingen, TX, 
				first flight 1972. Flew as Grumpy.  To Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Chino, CA, Apr. 1975-1980.
				Stored Barstow-Dagget, CA, Apr. 1975-1977.   Yesterdays Air Force/Kansas Wing, Forbes Field, Topeka, KS, 
				February 1977-January 1980.  Robin Collard, Del Rio, TX, January 1980.
				Crashed in Tulsa, OK, during take-off for delivery flight, February 9, 1980. Suffered engine failure on take-off.
				Wreck trucked to Del Rio, TX.  John Ward, Saugus, CA, June 1980-1984.  Shipped to Tuckee-Tahoe airport, NV, for 
				restoration.  Jim Kirby, 1984.  The Fighter Collection, Duxford, UK, 1984-2002.  Rebuilt at Fighter Rebuilders, 
				Chino, CA. First flight, August 1985.  Shipped to Duxford, Arriving on January 22, 1986.
				Registered G-THUN 18Jun99, cancelled 21Jul06 on export to USA. Flown as 226671/MX-X/No Guts No Glory!
				Claire Aviation Inc, Wilmington, DE, March 1, 2007-2008.  Registered as N147PF to Provenance Fighter Sales 
				Inc, Sep 29, 2006. Registered to Claire Aviation Inc, 1Mar07, current.  The aircraft at the American Air Museum 
				is a composite marked as 226413.
			49204 to Peru
			49205 (MSN 399-55744) to Peru as FAP 547, later FAP 122, to civilian registry as N47DE in 1969,
				then G-BLZW, then N47RP, then back to N47DE Jun 1986.  On display at Planes of Fame Air Museum, Minnesota.
				Marked as 42-28743.  Seen at Palm Springs Air Museum, 2001.  Still there in 2005, painted
				as 228473.
			49209 (MSN 339-55748) was destined for Chile but crashed at Columbia, Havana, Cuba following
				lost of power on takeoff.  Pilot slightly injured.  Remainer of plane deivered to Cuban
				AF for use in training.
			49219 (MSN 399-55758) to Chile Jul 18, 1953 as 750.  Retired 1959.  Preserved at National
				Aeronautics Museum, Santiago, Chile.
			49221 to Chile July 18, 1953 as 751.  The serial 751 was previously used by 44-90336 which
				was lost in an accident.
			49224 to Peru
			49228 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4129
			49229 belly landed in 1050 with 149th FS, Virginia ANG.  Must have been repaired since it went 
				to Chile in 1947 as 761.  W/o Quintero, Chile Jun 8, 1949.
			49231 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4130
			49234 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4131
			49235 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4132
			49236 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4133
			49237 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4134
			49238 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4135
			49239 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4136
			49240 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4137
			49243 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4138
			49244 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4139
			49245 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4140
			49246 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4141
			49247 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4142
			49249 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4143
			49250 to Chile in 1953 as 756
			49251 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4144
			49252 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4145
			49256 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4146
			49262 Lend-Lease to Brazil as FAB 4147
			49276 served with 104th FS, 175th FW of Maryland ANG at Harbor Field, Baltimore, Maryland between
				1946 and 1951.
			49295 (MSN 399-55834) Jun 11, 1945 Accepted by USAAF.  Jun 14, 1945 Arrived at Majors Field; assigned to No.266 
				AAF Base Unit, Second Air Force, Continental Air Forces.
				Jul 2, 1945 Transferred to No.283 AAF Base Unit, Galveston Army Air Field, Galveston, Texas, Second Air 
				Force, Continental Air Forces. Jul 5, 1945 Transferred to No.281 AAF Base Unit, Brownsville Municipal 
				Airport, Brownsville, Texas, still as part of Second Air Force, Continental Air Forces.
				Jul 18, 1945 Redesignated TP-47D?  Sep 9, 1945 Returned to No.283 AAF Base Unit, Galveston Army Air Field.
				Oct 15, 1945 Transferred to No.261 Base Unit, Abilene Army Air Field, Abilene, Texas, Second Air Force, 
				Continental Air Forces.  Oct 25-29, 1945 Transferred to No.4185 AAF Base Unit, Independence Army Air Field, 
				Independence, KS, Air Technical Service Command (For Storage ? ).  Jul 3, 1947? Transferred to No.4136 AAF 
				Base Unit, Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Air Material Command.  Redesignated TF-47D.
				Feb 2, 1950 Transferred to Oklahoma City Air Material Command Area, Tinker AFB.  May 9, 1951 Transferred 
				to Hensley AFB.  Sep 11, 1951 Returned to Tinker AFB; redesignated F-47D.
				Nov 14, 1951 Mutual Assistance Pact signed, under which Yugoslavia received substantial arms aid from 
				Britain and the USA, including 150 P-47 Thunderbolts from the US.  Served with Yugoslavian Air Force 
				(Yugoslovensko Ratno Vazduhoplovovsto - J.R.V) coded 13064 (or, as thought for some years, 13024).
				1973 At least three, and possibly up to seven, static Yugoslav P-47s survived by this date, the present 
				RAFM example being stored with the Yugoslav Aeronautical Museum at Belgrade, and at one time presumed to 
				be the aircraft bearing the serial 13024.  Correspondence with Yugoslav P-47 Thunderbolt historian Marko 
				Beloglavec in 2006 revealed further information concerning the possible Yugoslav identity of the RAFM 
				airframe, which his researches, together with those of Serbian author Ognjan Petrovic, indicate is 
				Yugoslav 13064/45-49295, not 13024 (which was 44-90438) as previously recorded.
				His researches indicate that 13064 was the only Yugoslav P-47 to have a name, ‘Hajduk’ (‘Outlaw’) carried 
				on the engine cowling in Cyrillic script below the serial ‘64’. It took part in the May Day parade 
				held in Belgrade in May 1954, when two echelons of Thunderbolts, totalling 32 aircraft flew over Belgrade. 
				13064 was flown that day by the Croatian Lt Col Ante Sardelic, and since Lt Col Sardelic originated from 
				the Dalmatian region of Croatia and the local football club in Split was also known as the Outlaws, this 
				may account for the name!  Marko Beloglavec’s researches indicate that 13064 later formed part of the 
				collection of Belgrade’s engineering college, and then went to the Aeronautical Museum, from where it 
				was sold, presumably to Doug Arnold. 1985 recovered (together with fellow P-47 13021) from Belgrade by 
				collector Doug Arnold and stored at Bitteswell, Leics with other aircraft forming his Warbirds of Great 
				Britain Collection.  1986 Exchanged with RAF Museum for the former Spitfire LFXIVE gategaurd TE356 from 
				RAF Leeming, Yorkshire. As acquired by the RAF Museum, the aircraft was described as ‘an amalgam of parts’ 
				but complete except for one small panel and indeed had the Yugoslav serial 13064 painted on the cowling 
				and fin when inspected by the RAF Museum in February 1986.  Jun 1986 To RAFM Reserve Collection and 
				Restoration Centre at RAF Cardington, Beds.   31 Aug 31, 1993 Allotted RAF Maintenance serial 9212M.
				c. Oct 94 Moved to Duxford for restoration to static display condition by The Fighter Collection on behalf 
				of the Royal Air Force Museum.  Restored in the SEAC markings of KL216 /RS - L of No 30 Squadron, which 
				operated Thunderbolts between July 1944 and June 1946, when it re-equipped with Tempests.
				Jun 6, 1995 Delivered to Aerospace Museum RAF Cosford, Salop by Road from Duxford.
				May 20, 2003 By road to RAFM Hendon for display in main aircraft hall.  Allocated RAF "maintenance" serial of 9212M
			49300 served with 104th FS, 175th FW of Maryland ANG at Harbor Field, Baltimore, Maryland between
				1946 and 1951.
			49304 to Chile in 1953 as 762.  Retired 1959.  I also have this one as going to Peru
			49308 to Peru
			49326 to Peru
			49335 to Peru as FAP-127.  Now on civil registry as N47DF
			49337 to Chile in 1947 as 752.  Retired 1959.
			49343 to Chile in 1947 as 753.
			49345 to Chile in 1953 as 765.  Retired 1959.
			49346 MSN 399-55885.  Delivered to Brazilian AF as F-47/4191. BOC September 10, 1953. SOC 1967.
				Displayed in park, Sao Paulo City as 4191/C3, 1968-1975. Damaged by student riots, Sao Paulo, 1969.
				FAB Academy, Pirassununga AB, 1987. Displayed as 4226762/Ca (later 4194/C1).
				Museu Aerospacial, Campo dos Afonsos, Rio, 1988.
				Airplane Sales International, Santa Monica (later Beverly Hills), CA, 1988-1990.
				Yankee Air Corps, Chino, CA, September 13, 1991-1992.
				Registered as N3152D to Charles F Nichols 11Oct91, current.
				Charles F. Nichols/Yanks Air Museum, Chino, CA, 1992-2002. Restored, Chino, CA, 1993-1996.
				Displayed as USAAF/549346.
			39347 served with 47th FIS, 518th ADG of New York ANG at Niagra Falls MAP from the late 1940s
				until about 1953.
			49349 to Peru
			49353 to Chile in 1947 as 754
			49356 to Chile in 1953 as 767.  Retired 1959
			49379 to Chile in 1953 as 766
			49385 (MSN 399-55924) Delivered to USAAF July 20, 1945. SOC: July 24, 1953.
				Delivered to Peruvian AF as 549 (later reserialed as 127). BOC: March 1953.
				Stored, Piura AB, Peru, 1963-1969. Ed Jurist/Vintage Aircraft International Ltd., Nyack, NY, July 24, 1969-1974.
				Registered as N47DF.  Assembled by CAF, Harlingen, TX. First flight 1973. Flew as 228790/Unadilla Killa.
				Tom Friedkin, Carlsbad-Palomar, CA, 1974.  David Tallichet/Military Aircraft Restoration Corp, Chino, CA, 
				Apr. 1975-1994.  Stored Barstow-Daggett, CA, 1975-1980.
				Crashed on take-off, Barstow, CA, July 3, 1980. Full power run-up not completed due brakes not holding; 
				applied full power halfway down runway and stalled off end of runway.  Rebuild started Tulsa, OK, finished 
				at Casper, WY, 1980-1986.  Loaned to Liberal Air Museum, Liberal, KS, 1986-1990.
				Damaged by forced landing near Flagstaff, AZ during ferry flight from Topeka to Chino, October 1990. 
				Engine was surging due ruptured diaphragm in carburettor.
				Rebuilt to airworthiness, Chino, CA, 1991-1993.
				Bill Klaers & Alan Wojciak/Klaers Aircraft/WestPac Restoration, Rialto, CA, May 1994-1996. Rebuild completed, 
				first flight December 16, 1995.  Ted R. Melsheimer, Carson City, NV, March 13, 1996-2002.
				Registered N47DF to Ted R. Melsheimer, Carson City, NV, May 9, 1996
				Registered N47DF to Alan Wojciak, Wellington, NV, Jul 16, 2008, current. Based at Colorado Springs, CO.
			49386 in midair collision and crashed near Wilson, NC Aug 13, 1945.
			49391 to Chile in 1947 as 755
			49397 crashed Jun 18, 1945 on test flight while attempting an emergency landing
				3 mi SE of New Harmony, IN.  Pilot killed.
			49404 to Peru
			49406 MSN 399-55945.  Delivered to Brazilian AF as F-47/4192. BOC: September 10, 1953.
				Instructional airframe, Sao Jose dos Campos AB, January 14, 1960.  Displayed, Campo Grande AB, 19??.
				Displayed, Natal AB, 1986.  Museu Aeroespecial, Campo dos Afonsos, Rio, 19??.
				Airplane Sales International, Santa Monica, CA, 1988-1990.
				Victor Haluska/Santa Monica Propeller Inc, Santa Monica, CA, July 1990-1992.  Registered as N7159Z.
				Dick Wixom/Wixair Inc, Janesville, WI, May 1993-1998.  Flying Heritage Collection, Bellevue, WA, August 26, 1998
				Registered to Flying Heritage Inc, Bellevue, WA, March 9, 2001. Current registered to Vulcan Warbirds, Inc. 
				Named "Tallahassee Lassie"
			49408 to Peru
			49409 (401st Air Force Base Unit, Caribbean Defense Command) lost from unknown cause 100 mi S of Cape Mala,
				Panama while on a flight to Santiago, Chile Jul 18, 1946.  MACR 15048.  Pilot missing and presumed killed.
			49424 to Peru
			49426 to Peru
			49427 to Peru
			49428 (401st Air Force Base Unit, Caribbean Defense Command) lost from unknown cause 100 mi S of Cape Mala,
				Panama while on z flight to Santiago, Chile Jul 18, 1946.  MACR 15050.  Pilot missing and presumed killed.
			49434 to Peru
			49437 to Peru
			49441 served with 131st TFS, 104th TFW of Massachusetts ANG at Otis AFB between 1946 and 1951.
			49442 to Chile in 1947 as 757.  Retired 1959
			49451 to Peru
			49452 to Peru
			49458 (MSN 399-55997) to Peru.  Given to USAF Museum by Peru Government in 1972.  In 1987 was at New 
				England Air Museum, Windsor Locks, CT.  Noted May 2006 on display at
				New England Air Museum painted as 45-20344.  
			49461 to Peru
			49465 to Peru
			49469 to Peru
			49471 to Chile in 1947 as 758.
			49476 to Peru
			49478 to Peru
			49481 to Chile in 1947 as 759.  Retired 1958.
			49484 (401st Air Force Base Unit, Caribbean Defense Command) lost from unknown cause 100 mi S of Cape Mala,
				Panama while on z flight to Santiago, Chile Jul 18, 1946.  MACR 15050.  Pilot missing and presumed killed.
			49486 to Peru
			49492 to Peru 
			49493 to Peru
			49494 to Peru
			49501 to Peru
			49506 to Chile in 1953 as 770.  Retired 1959.
			49509 to Chile in 1947 as 760.
			49529 to Chile in 1953 as 771.  Retired 1959.  I also have this going to Peru
			49552 to Chile in 1953 as 772.  Retired 1959.  I also have this going to Peru
45-49555/49974	Republic P-47D Thunderbolt
			Contract cancelled
45-49975/50123	Republic P-47N-20-RA Thunderbolt
45-50124/53574	Republic P-47N Thunderbolt
			Contract cancelled.
45-53575/54824	Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26E-DT Invader
			MSN 41604/42853
45-54825/55174	Cancelled contract for Douglas A-26D-DL Invader
			MSN 40579/40928
45-55175/55524	Piper L-4J Grasshopper
			MSN 13941/14290.  Model J3C-65D
			55178 (MSN 13944) to civil registry as N94576
			55184 (MSN 13950) became N1075N.  Registered 2002 to TAC Air Centro III
				as CS-DIE
			55192 (MSN 13958) on civil registry as N68841.
			55199 (MSN 13965) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29679
			55200 (MSN 13966) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29680
			55201 (MSN 13967) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29681
			55202 (MSN 13968) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29682
			55203 (MSN 13969) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29683
			55204 (MSN 13970) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29684
			55205 (MSN 13971) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29685.
			55206 (MSN 13972) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29686
			55207 (MSN 13973) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29687
			55298 (MSN 13974) to US Navy as NE-2 BuNo 29688
			55209 (MSN 13975) damaged on delivery flight during emergency landing at Glady, WV Aug 13, 1945.  To Maryland
				CAP Mar 1952.  Converted to J-3 configuratin before it was given the civil registration of N1432V.  Restored
				back to L-4 configuratin 2010.  Has incorrect tail number 45-54939. 
			55210 (MSN 13976) as N9073C on display with Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Addison, Texas.
			55216/55223 (MSN 13982/13989) cancelled, but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cubs
				55220 (MSN 13986) to civil registry as N33548
				55223 (MSN 13989) to civil registry as N33551
			55232 (MSN 13998) to civil registry as N1273V.
			55257 (MSN 14023) to civil registry as N128ME
			55258 (MSN 14024) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub
			55259 (MSN 14025)
			55260 (MSN 14026)
			55261 (MSN 14027) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub.  to civil registry as N33553
			55262 (MSN 14028) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub
			55263 (MSN 14029)
			55264 (MSN 14030)
			55265 (MSN 14031) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub.  To civil registry as N33555 but NTU
			55266 (MSN 14032) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cub
			55267 (MSN 14033)
			55268/55325 (MSN 14034/14091) cancelled but completed post-war as J3C-65 Cubs.
				55272 (MSN 14038) to civil registry as N33561 but NTU
				55289 (MSN 14055) to civil registry as N33578 but NTU
				55290 (MSN 14056) to civil registry as N33579 but NTU
				55295 (MSN 14061) to civil registry as N222N but NTU
				55296 (MSN 14062) transferred to a broker in Watertown, SD in 1945, then to a flight instructor with civil 
					registry as N33585.  To E. J. Perry in 1949/50.  Still flying.
				55298 (MSN 14064) to civil registry as N33587 but NTU
				55299 (MSN 14065) to civil registry as N33588 but NTU
					55304 (MSN 14070) to civil registry as N33593 but NTU
				55307 (MSN 14073) to civil registry as N33596 but NTU
				55309 (MSN 14075) to civil registry as N33598 but NTU
				55317 (MSN 14083) to civil registry as N42008 but NTU
				55318 (MSN 14084) to civil registry as N42009 but NTU
			55326/55524 (MSN 14092/14290) cancelled, not built
45-55525/55529	Piper YL-14 Grasshopper
			MSN 5-3001/3005.  Model J5C
			55525 (MSN 5-3001) to NX33529, then to US Army.  To civil market as NX41552
			55526 (MSN 5-3002) to NX33534, then to US Army. 
			55529 (MSN 5-3005) to civil registry as N154YL. May have been reregistered as N14YL
				By Aug 1996 had reportedly become N414YL (had previously been NC69255).
				Now registered as N14YL
45-55530/56374	Piper L-14 Grasshopper
			Only 7 were completed, rest of order was cancelled at war's end, along with an eighth aircraft
				under construction.
			55530 (MSN 5-3006) to civil registry as NC41399
			55531 (MSN 5-3007) according to a 1996 article in 'FlyPast' magazine notes this as having become 
				NC41594 registered Jan 3, 1946, cancelled Apr 12, 1946 on export to Cuba, then to Cuba in 1946 as CU-P18,
				CU-N18, then to Spain as EC-AAP Mar Mar 10, 1947 and under restoration 1996.
				Spanish civilian registry quotes MSN 5-3007 for EC-AAP
				An article in a 2003 issue of 'Aircraft Illustrated' magazine has a 
				picture of this aircraft in flight after completion of rebuild; grounded 
				since 1957, first flight after rebuild was in May 2003 and aircraft is in 
				military colours with tail number 555531. It history is quoted as (oldest 
				first) NC41594, CU-P18, CU-N18, EC-AAP (1947 to present day).
			55532 (MSN 5-3008)
			55533 (MSN 5-3009)
			55534 (MSN 5-3010)
			55535 (MSN 5-3011)
			55536 (MSN 5-3012)
			55537 (MSN 5-3013) cancelled, not built
			55538 (MSN 5-3014) cancelled, but built and to civil market
			55539/56374 (MSN 5-3015/5-3850) cancelled, not built.
45-56375/57282	Radioplane OQ-14
45-57283/57312	Bell RP-63G-1-BE Kingcobra 
			redesignated QF-63G-1-BE in 1948.
			57295 on display at USAF History and Traditions Museum, Lackland AFB, Texas.
			57300 converted as Vee-tailed testbed.
45-57313/57732	Bell RP-63G Kingcobra
			Contract cancelled.
45-57733/57832	Fairchild C-82A Packet
			MSN 10103/10202
			57733 (MSN 10103) to civilian registry as N4834V, then XH-163, HR-163, HR-163P, then HR-SAM, then
				N4834V again. Crashed in ocean off Lermer, campeche, Mexico Jul 29, 1965.
			57734 (MSN 10104) converted to SC-82A.  To civilian registry as N6240C, then N2060A, then TG-OOC-3 with 
				Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala.
			57735 (MSN 10105).  The plane marked as 45-57735 at the USAF Museum, WPAFB was really 48-581.
			57736 (MSN 10106) to civilian registry as N4835V, then  XB-ZUZ, LV-PNY, LV-GIS.  Stored in Buenos Aires-Eziza and
				broken up Aug 1967.
			57737 (MSN 10107) converted to SC-82
			57738 (MSN 10108)
			57739 (MSN 10109) crashed at Pickens, South Carolina Nov 11, 1950.
			57740 (MSN 10110) was assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift.  Loaned to Structural Mechanical and Engineering Flight,
				Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, England Dec 5, 1951 for supply
				drop trials as replacement for 45-57784.  Returned to USAF Nov 13, 1952.
				To N75884, then to Compania Mexicana de Aviacion as XA-LOJ.  Scrapped at Long Beach airport, California in 1972.
			57741 (MSN 10111) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5110B 1957-1969
			57742 (MSN 10112)
			57743 (MSN 10113) crashed at Neubiberg, West Germany Nov 22, 1950.
			57744 (MSN 10114)
			57745 (MSN 10115) to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEH in 1958.  Crashed in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro Jan 11, 1958
			57746 (MSN 10116 converted to EC-82A with tracked landing gear in 1948.
			57747 (MSN 10117) to Aerovias Guest of Mexico as XA-LIL then to Aerovias Condor of Bolivia as CP-677.
				Crashed Mar 15, 1970 at Sasasama, Bolivia.
			57748 (MSN 10118) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
			57749 (MSN 10119) to civilian registry as HK-426
			57750 (MSN 10120) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
			57751 (MSN 10121) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
			57752 (MSN 10122) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.  Crashed at Smyrna AFB, Tennessee Mar 21, 1950.
			57753 (MSN 10123) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
			57754 (MSN 10124) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
			57755 (MSN 10125) to civil registry with Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5109B
			57756 (MSN 10126) to civilian registry as N75885, XA-LOK of Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, CP-694 (ntu).  Stored
				at Mexico City 1963-1966.  To N1799 but ntu. Scrapped at Long Beach airport, California in 1972.
			57757 (MSN 10127) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled
			57758 (MSN 10128) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.  To Mexican civilian registry as XB-YOA, XA-LIK, then 
				CP-678 with Aerovias Condor of Bolivia.  Crashed Nov 26, 1960 at Santa Cruz, Bolivia
			57759 (MSN 10129) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled
			57760 (MSN 10130) proposed EC-82A conversion cancelled.
			57761 (MSN 10131) crashed at New Boston, Texas Jun 3, 1951.
			57762 (MSN 10132) to George T. Baker Aviation School of Miami, FL 1971-1974, unregistered.
			57763 (MSN 10133) to civil registry as N4830V.   To Transperuana de Sviacion SA of Lima, Peru Jul 20, 1964 as OB-T-749.
			57764 (MSN 10134) to civil registry as N74039 in 1955, to Fairchild Hiller Corp as N6781A but ntu.
			57765 (MSN 10135) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5108B 1957-1969
			57766 (MSN 10136) to civilian registry as N75886, XA-LOL of Compania Mexicana de Aviacion, CP-693 (ntu).  To
				N93067, then N93068.  Ultimate fate obscure.
			57767 (MSN 10137) to civilian registry as N4962V, CP-634 (ntu), OB-LHF-508 of Minerales Y Meales SA, Lima, Peru,
				later OB-WAD-508.
			57768 (MSN 10138)
			57769 (MSN 10139) rebuilt as prototype XC-82B, then redesignated XC-119A (Model 105).  Delivered to USAF as C-119A
				Jun 1948.  Redesignated EC-119A for tests.  To ground instructional airframe at Chanute AFB, IL Jan 22, 1951.
				Later scrapped.
			57770 (MSN 10140) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5107B 1957-1969.
			57771 (MSN 10141) to civilian registry as N7853B, PP-CEG with Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil Aug 1958.
			57772 (MSN 10142) crashed Jan 16, 1953 at Chaumont, France
			57773 (MSN 10143) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5106B 1957-1969
			57774 (MSN 10144) to civilian registry as CX-AQA with Aerovias Monder, Modevideo, Uruguay, to PP-CEE with Cruzeiro do
				Sul, Brazil.  To nightclub in Rio de Janeiro in 1965
			57775 (MSN 10145) to civilian registry in Uruguay as CX-AQB, then to Bankers Life and Casualty
				Co of Chicago,IL as N5105B from 1957 to 1969.
			57776 (MSN 10146) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5104B 1957-1969
			57777 (MSN 10147) to Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Inc as N7856B.  To Cruzeiro
				do Sul as PP-CEK.  Converted to Jet-Packet 1600.  To civil registry in Bolivia as CP-983.
				Crashed Dec 27, 1976, San Ramon, Bolivia.
			57778 (MSN 10148) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5103B 1957-1969.
			57779 (MSN 10149) crashed Fort Nelson, British Columbia, Canada Dec 23, 1948.
			57780 (MSN 10150) to NX54210, HP0220, OB-TAI-438, N6236C, OB-WAE-438, OB-UAA-438,
				N74810, TG-AYA, N74810, N127E.  Now derelict at Athens airport
			57781 (MSN 10151) crashed Damascus, Syria Jan 20, 1951.
			57782 (MSN 10152) to civil registry as N5102B.  Converted to Jet-Packet 1600A.  Airframe broken up at some point
				after 1987l  Fuselage currently preserved at Hagerstown Aviation Museum, Hagerstown, MD
			57783 (MSN 10153) to US civil registry as N7855B.  To Brazilian civil registry as PP-CEL.  Derelict at Manaus, 
				Amazonas, Brazil at Eduardo Gomes airport.  The C-82 preserved at Museu Aerospacial de FAB, Rio de
				Janeiro, Brazil is a replica.
			57784 (MSN 10154) used by British Royal Aircraft Establishment July to Nov 1951.
			57785 (MSN 10155) scrapped after retirement.
			57786 (MSN 10156) to Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEJ but ntu. Used as spares source only.
			57787 (MSN 10157)
			57788 (MSN 10158) to civilian registry as N5101B with Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago IL in 1957, to Colombian
				civil registry as HK-538E, HK-538.  SOC in 1974
			57789 (MSN 10159) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5100B in 1957.
			57791 (MSN 10161) was assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift.  Crashed at Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany Jan 28, 1952.
			57792 (MSN 10162) to civil registry as N74044, to Fairchild Hiller Corp as N6845A but ntu
			57793 (MSN 10163) to civilian registry in 1957 as N5120B with Bankers Life and Casualty
				Co, later in Jan 1960 with Aviation Facilities of Miami, FL.  To Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala in Dec 1960 as 
				TG-OOC-5, to Interior Airways Inc as N208M.  Forced down in Alaskan bush near Beaver, Yukon Flats after
				engine failure Jan 16, 1965 with no injuries.  Wreck is still there.
			57794 (MSN 10164) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL Sep 1955 as N5121B, then Aviaparts Inc of Miami
				FL Feb 6, 1962.  To Miami Aircraft Maintenance Feb 7, 1962. To Esso Standard Feb 12, 1962.  Reregistered N128E
				Mar 7, 1962.  To John W. Mecom Oil Co Juston, TX Jul 1963.  In late 1963 based in Middle East under US registration.  
				Shot down by United Arab Republic MiG fighters Dec 19, 1964 25 mi E of Alexandria after
				ignoring warning signals, warning shots and failing to land at Cairo as instructed.  Both crew killed.
			57795 (MSN 10165) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5122B, then to Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala
				as TG-OOC-4, then to Interior Airways, Inc of Fairbanks, Alaska as N209M.  Seen
				derelict on fire dump at Fairbanks, Alaska 1973-1979.
			57796 (MSN 10166) crashed at Rhein-Main AFB, West Germany Aug 16, 1951.
			57797 (MSN 10167) crashed Clinton, Louisiana Oct 17, 1948
			57798 (MSN 10168)
			57799 (MSN 10169)
			57800 (MSN 10170) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5126B 1957-1969.
			57801 (MSN 10171, 11th TCS) crashed into Mt. Dore near Claremont-Ferrand, France Nov 13, 1951 due
				to navigational error.  Total of 36 killed.
			57802 (MSN 10172) to civilian registry as N6241C, then to Royal International
				Corp as N2065A, to Ohio Oil Co of Guatemala as TG-OOC-2.
			57803 (MSN 10173) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5127B 1957-1969.
			57804 (MSN 10174) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5128B 1957-1969
			57805 (MSN 10175)
			57806 (MSN 10176) to civil registry as N56582 in 1966
			57807 (MSN 10177) to US civilian registry as N75888, co Compania Mexicana de Aviacion SA as XB-PEK, thenXA-MAW, 
				to Bolivia as CP-697 but ntu, then to US civil registry as N74127.  Crashed at Vera Cruz, Mexico Nov 7, 1964
			57808 (MSN 10178) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co, Chicago, IL as N5123B.
			57809 (MSN 10179)
			57810 (MSN 10180) to Cruzeiro do Sul Sep 1958 as PP-CEM.  DBR in ground collision
				with ZP-CAD (ex PB4Y 66277) Jan 26, 1960 at Rio de Janeiro.  Became a spare parts source, scrapped Oc5 20, 1965.
			57811 (MSN 10181)
			57812 (MSN 10182) to US civil registry  as N7857B, then to Cruzeiro do
				Sul of Brazil as PP-CFF but ntu.  Used as spare parts source only.
			57813 (MSN 10183) scrapped after retirement.
			57814 (MSN 10184) to US civil regisrtry as N2047A.  To TWA fleet no. 5551 Apr 1956 as N2047A.  In 1956/57 fitted with
				Fairchile J44-R jet-pak.  To ET-T-12 in Ethiopia  Feb 1960 with jet engine on top of fuselage.
				To N9701F Mar 1960, Converted in 1973 to Jet-Packet 2400B.  To Briles Wing and Helicopter, Inc Feb 1973, then 
				to Ball Bros, inc of Alaska May 1, 1978.  To Northern
				Pacific Transport, Inc of Alaksa Dec 20, 1982, then to Alaska Aircraft Leasing of Anchorage Apr 1992.  Repossessed
				by First National Bank of Anchorage, Alaska Apr 27, 1992.  To Hawkins and Powers of Greybull, WY Aug 12, 1992.  
				Now preserved at Hagerstown Aviation Museum, MD.
			57815 (MSN 10185) to Leeward Aeronautical Sales, Inc as N7854B and then to private user at Miami, FL in 1958, then to 
				Cruzeiro do Sul as PP-CEH but ntu and used as spares source only.
			57816 (MSN 10186) 
			57817 (MSN 10187) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5124B 1957-1969
			57818 (MSN 10188) assigned Sep 13, 1948 to Berlin Airlift.
			57819 (MSN 10189)
			57820 (MSN 10190)
			57821 (MSN 10191)
			57822 (MSN 10192) to Brazilian AF as 2208 in 1955.  Retired and scrapped in 1967.
			57823 (MSN 10193) scrapped after retirement.
			57824 9MSN 10194)
			57825 (MSN 10195) to Bankers Life and Casualty Co of Chicago, IL as N5125B 1957-1969
			57826 (MSN 10196) scrapped after retirement.
			57827 (MSN 10197) to US civil registry as N6233C. To LEBCA International, Inc as N6233C, then to Venezuela as YV-C-LBA but
				ntu.
			57828 (MSN 10198) converted to SC-82A. to civilian registry with Bolivia as CP-614 (ntu), to Peru as OB-WAG-458, OB-RAB-458.
			57829 (MSN 10199) to US civil registry as N6235C, to LEBCA International, Inc Aug 1955 as N6235C.  To Colombian user
				as HK-426.  Seen derelict at Eldorado International Airport, Bogota, Colombia 1973-1997.
			57830 (MSN 10200) to US civil registry as N6247C, to Cruzeiro do Sul of Brazil as PP-CEF.  w/o near Belem, Brazil
				Jan 16, 1958.  3 killed.
			57831 (MSN 10201) crashed Kenia AP, Alaska Jul 21, 1950.
			57832 (MSN 10202) to civilian registry as N2054A, HP-219 (ntu), to Expreso Aero Peruano SA, Lima, Peru as OB-RAB-439, later
				OB-RAA-439, OB-WAF-439, OB-UAB-439, to TG-AVA Nov 1958 with Guatemalteca.
45-57833/57907	Consolidated OA-10B Catalina
			Survivors redesignated A-10B in 1948.
45-57908/58707	Cancelled contracts
45-58708/58709	Convair XL-13
45-58710/58759	Cancelled contract
45-58760/59119	Culver PQ-14A
			Model LCA modified as radio controlled target.
45-59120/59299	Cancelled contract
45-59300/59319	Northrop F-15A-1-NO Reporter
			MSN 3201/3220
			59300 modified as EF-15C.  Assigned to NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field, CA Feb 6, 1948 
				to Oct 1954.  Registered as NACA 111.  Used for transonic model tests. Heavily weighted models of 
				the configuration of interest were dropped from high altitudes.
			      Thereafter registered as N5093V, XB-FUJ, and N9768Z.  Operated as aerial tanker by
			      Aero Enterprises Inc.  w/o Sept 6, 1968 near Hollister, CA.
			Rest struck off charge 1949-50.
45-59320/59335	Northrop F-15A-5-NO Reporter
			MSN 3221/3236.
			All struck off charge in 1949.
45-59336/59474	Northrop F-15A Reporter
			MSN 3237/3376.  Contract canceled
45-59475/59477	Republic XP-84 Thunderjet
45-59478		Rotorcraft XR-11
			Official USAAF document list this as a cancelled contract.  Some
				databases list this as a cancelled contract for Hughes XF-11.  
45-59479/59481	North American XB-45 Tornado
			MSN 130-38391/38393
			59479 w/o at Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio Jun 28, 1949.
45-59482/59484	Republic YP-84A-1-RE Thunderjet
45-59485/59491	Republic YP-84A-5-RE Thunderjet
			59486 (4000 AAFBU Flight Test Division) crashed 4 mi E of Dayton, OH Jun 23, 1947
			59488 assigned to NASA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory, NAS Moffett Field CA Dec 2, 1947 to Oct 5, 1948.
				Used for aerodynamic research.
			59490 assigned to Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
				Assigned to NACA Langley Research Center, Langley Field, VA Aug 22, 1949 to Nov 18, 1949
				Registered as NACA 134. Assigned to NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station, Edwards AFB, CA Nov 18, 1949
45-59492/59496	Republic YP-84A-10-RE Thunderjet
			59494 was displayed at Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum, Rantoul MAP, IL as 488656 (1969 to 2001).
				Still there Sept 2003.  When this museum closed, moved to Discovery Park, Union City, TN
45-59497		Republic P-84B-2-RE Thunderjet 
45-59498/59531	Republic P-84B-3-RE Thunderjet
			59502 crashed near Neenach, CA Nov 26, 1947.  Pilot Robert Hoover
				ejected safely.
			59504 displayed at cradle of Aviation Museum, Garden City, NY (Aug 1991)
45-59532/59556	Republic P-84B-11-RE Thunderjet
			59538 (37th FS) crashed in farm pasture near Charleston, ME May 16, 1949.  Pilot
				bailed out (did not eject)
			59554 in storage at Pima Air and Space Museum, Tucson, AZ
			59556 noted Oct 2004 at Planes of Fame Grand Canyon, Valle, AZ
45-59557/59581	Republic P-84B-16-RE Thunderjet
			59580 (49th FS) crashed 1 mi N of Clifton, ME Apr 22, 1948 after running out of fuel
				during training mission.  Pilot killed.
45-59582/59584	Convair XB-46
			Model 109.
			59582 scrapped Feb 28, 1952 except for nose section which is on display at National
				Museum of USAF, Dayton, OH.
			59583 and 59584 were cancelled, and serials were reassigned to XA-44 (XB-53), which was
				not proceeded with.
45-59585/59586	Martin XB-48 
45-59587/59592	Boeing YC-97
			MSN 15712/15717
			59587 to the Air Material Command, Kirtland Field, NM, for Project Chickenpox conversion for the 
				transport, mobile assembly and maintenance of atomic weapons
				Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Unit, SAC, Kirtland Field, NM.
 				To civilian registry as N9538C with De Long Corp as sprayer in Arizona.
				Purchased in 1961 by Seven Seas.  To HP-376 in early 1962 with Contract 
				Air.  Seized in Brussels July 1965.  Broken up Jan 1967.
			59588 to the Air Material Command, Kirtland Field, NM, 1947 for Project Chickenpox conversion for the 
				transport, mobile assembly and maintenance of atomic weapons
				Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Unit, SAC, Kirtland Field, NM.
				SOC at Tinker AFB Dec 16, 1958 and scrapped.
			59589 to the Air Material Command, Kirtland Field, NM, 1947 for Project Chickenpox conversion for the 
				transport, mobile assembly and maintenance of atomic weapons.
				Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Unit, SAC, Kirtland Field, NM.
				To civilian registry as N9537C.
			59590 to the Air Material Command, Kirtland Field, NM, for Project Chickenpox conversion for the 
				transport, mobile assembly and maintenance of atomic weapons.
				Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Unit, SAC, Kirtland Field, NM.
				To civilian registry as N2799A with De Long Corp.  To Charles Woods of Dothan AL as sprayer
			59591 to the Air Material Command, Kirtland Field, NM, for Project Chickenpox conversion for the 
				transport, mobile assembly and maintenance of atomic weapons.
				Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Unit, SAC, Kirtland Field, NM.
				To civilian registry as N9540C with De Long Corp.  May have been
				used to ferry arms to Katangan rebels in early 1960s.  Impounded
				by UN.  Ultimately went to Israel Aircraft Industries, and was
				later scrapped.
			59592 to the Air Material Command, Kirtland Field, NM, for Project Chickenpox conversion for the 
				transport, mobile assembly and maintenance of atomic weapons.
				Assigned to 1st Strategic Support Unit, SAC, Kirtland Field, NM
				To civilian registry as N9539C with De Long Corp.
45-59593/59595	Boeing YC-97A
			MSN 15718/15720
			Higher tail, R-4360 engines.  All later redesignated C-97A
			59593 used by Boeing at Seattle for test work.  To MASDC Jan 6, 1965.
				Broken up at Miami sometime after Sept 1993.  Not sure of when this happened.
			59595 saw extensive service in Berlin airlift, being the only Stratofreighter to be so used.
				Had to be be withdrawin May 1949 after damaged its undercarriage
				in a very heavy landing.  Was later converted to C-97D
45-59596	Boeing YC-97B
			MSN 15721.  Deluxe personnel transport - Later redesignated C-97B.  
			In 1954 redesignated C-97D.  Since 1965 used by Lt. Gen. H. Wade and
				staff until retired to MASDC Dec 15, 1969.
45-59597/59599	North American XP-86 Sabre
			MSN 140-38424/38426
			59597.  There is a possibility that 45-59597 flown by George Welch may have been the
				first aircraft to exceed the speed of sound.  Before Chuck Yeager exceeded
				the speed of sound on October 14, 1947, the XP-86 may well have exceeded
				the speed of sound in a couple of high speed dives.  Plane later used in nuclear
				tests at Frenchman's Flat, Nevada May 8, 1952 and May 25, 1952.  Plane sold for scrap from
				Nevada nuclear test site Jan 1965.
			59598 to target at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Mar 1953.  SOC Apr 1953.
			59599 tested to destruction on Nevada Nuclear Test Site Aug 31, 1952.
45-59600/59601	Curtiss XA-43   
			Model 29A.  Project cancelled, serial number 45-59600 later assigned to XF-87.  First flight Mar 5, 1948.  
				59601 cancelled before completion
45-59602	Douglas XC-54K (?)
			MSN 10589,
45-50603/59607	Cancelled contract
45-59608		May have been cancelled contract for Douglas C-54